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THE BUTTE DAILY POST
DILLONBUREAU BUSINESS OFFICE AT McCLURES A New* Depart ment Phone 54 Black RSITY HDNCRS A m LOCAL TEICHER ydia Roberts, Critic in mal, Granted Degree at Chicago. April 14.—On the 20th Miss Lydia Roberts, a former Jacher of the Normal training was graduated from the Chi liversity with honors seldom d on any graduate. Miss received triple honors. She nted the A. B. degree and was he few students to receive the 's degree. She also received Hors in the home economics de and was elected a member Phi Beta Kappa society, an given only to those who win lp scholarship. Miss Roberts of 10 to receive degrees on 20 at the Chicago university. ERIA LUNCHEON T NORMAL A SUCCESS April 14.—The cafeteria n provided by the domestic department of the Normal for dren from the rural districts is a great success. The work is out by a competent woman perintends the various branch is assisted by the seniors of the ent. The price of the meal Is s and each one of the children he rural districts is thus af a warm lunch at a nominal The work was begun a year nd the average number of •ved daily then was 30, while the average has been in to 85. On stormy days as s 150 have been served, the taking their place in line c pupils. ASHLOCK MARSH. April 14.—Word was received Ion yesterday by Dr. G. G. ick of the announcement of riage of Dr. H. T. Ashlock to Nell Marsh of Klrksville, Mo. de Is a business woman of that ring been engaged in the real and insurance business. Dr. eery well known in Dillon, he has hosts of friends. He is lier of the teaching staff at k avilie college of osteopathy. '* PECTING SCHOOLS. pril 14. — Miss Elizabeth and is spending this week' at pB and in the Centennial val she is inspecting the RGENTA BOY DEAD. n. April 14. — The 6-year-old Mr. and Mrs. Leonard of Ar died at that place yesterday MAINS DISCOVERED. April 14.—Word was received yesterday that the remains of a o<l been discovered in the Wise ection. No details have as yet arned. DILLON BRIEFS. "i, April 14. — Miss Forrest a student at the Normal col ft yesterday for her home in from which place she will go sgow to accept a position as r in the Eighth grade. Nay and Milt Nay left yes afternoon for Missoula, where will spend several days attend matters of business, rge Opp was a passenger to on the train yesterday after W. Newton returned to Butte day after spending several days city. * Tritt and family have re from Butte, where they made home for the past month. L. McCaleb returned last night Butte, where he attended to * of business. ■facob Thorkelson, who has attending clinics in New York «nd taking up special medical in the east, returned to Dillon ÿght. ,ord Shannon is visiting in Dil the Karl Wheat home. Myrtle Lacey of Melrose was ,n yesterday morning. i Price came in from Dell yes nft^rnoon. T Melton Is in town from the "le basin, where he has been |lng the winter. Patterson was a Dell visitor city yesterday. Russel of Lima spent yester Dillon attending to matters less. H. Stinson was in town from te.id yesterday. igc Ebert and G. R. Neal of F*»lls were transacting matters I ness in Dillon yesterday. Hii Out—It Is Worth Money MISS THIS. Cut out this enclose with 5c and mall It to * Co - 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chi lli.. writing your name and ad rlearly. You will receive In re trial package containing Foley's ■ rnd Tar Compound, for coughs, and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, In 111 sides and back, rheumatism, the. kidney and bladder all : and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a «■me and thoroughly cleansing 'tic, for constipation, biliousness, Che and sluggish bowela New ™R Co.—Adv. BÙTTÊDÂILY POST POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS OFFICERS FOR THE NEW STATE BUNK ELECTED Stockholders Choose Goodwin T. Paul as Head of the Institution. riillon, April 14.—At a meeting of the stockholders of the Beaverhead State bank.held last night the follow ing officers were elected: Goodwin T. Paul, president; Frank I.andon and .1. H. Sharpe, vice-presidents: C. W, Hudson, vice-president and cashier; T. J Mulany, manager of farm loans; Joseph Faller, assistant cashier. These officers with the following com prise the hoard of directors: Kd C. Smith, George W. Lovell, R. R. Rath bone. Isaac E,linger, Edmond J. Calla way and R. W. Bone. Others locally Interested In the institution are F. H. Garver, Hans Anderson. D. V. Erwin and A. B. Dansie. The furniture and fixtures for the hank are now on the road to Dillon and it Is expected the hank will be ready for business by May 1. RESIGNS TO ACCEPT POSITION IN BANK Dillon, April 14.—Joseph C. Faller tins resigned his position as deputy clerk of the district court to accept a position as assistant cashier at the new Beaverhead State hank, his resig nation to take effect May 1. Fred Rife, clerk of the court, has appointed J. Anson Baxter to succeed Mr. Faller. Mr. Baxter has resigned Ills position as manager of the Rife Electric company, but as yet no one has been appointed to take his place. MOVEMENT STARTED TO PLANT VEGETABLES Dillon, April 14.—A movement has been started for the planting of va cant plots of ground and backyards in the city to vegetables by school chil dren. It is planned for the older peo ple to work with the youngsters, en couraging them in this work. TO BUILD ANNEX TO GROCERY STORE Dillon, April 14.—Work \v a started this veek . i<t ihe excav ating of a basement Tor .Bond Grocery com pany. An annex will he built to their store on Helena strëejk OWL EXTINGUISHES AN ELECTRIC LIGHT Durham. rf|. Ç. —A few nights ago, about 8:80. thé dtKtyts of Morganton, N. C., began flickering find finally went out. It was later dis covered that a little Insignificant screech owl was the cause of the trouble, losing its life as a forfeit for attempting to light on un insulator and for depriving Morganton of lights for about five hours. The bird was shown on the streets of the town. Its wings were scorched from tip to tip and its body was burned by contact with the live wire. When the owl alighted on the insu lator the current was started racing to the ground and the insulator burst. The line wire was burned in two, and when it fell the current was cut off automatically at the Hickory switch ing station. A test of the line from Hickory to Valdese revealed that the trouble was somewhere between Morganton and Valdese. Bupt. F. J. Wortman went on a patrol of the line for three miles, and finally located the fallen wire a mile and a half from Morganton, on Hunting Creek. The line was re paired by next morning. KEPT BUSY. "What makes you say that the Boob is so lazy?" asked the Old Fogy. "Why, he is always busy when I see him." "Of course he is," agreed the Grouch. "It keeps him busy putting things off until tomorrow." The Chamber of Commerce and the Woman's club will co-operate in a "City Beautiful" movement In Man hattan this spring and summer. A $15,000 library building probably will be erected at Red Lodge in a short time by the city. The promoters of this public improvement are the wom en of the community. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS A QUIET EVENING AT HOME. BY ALLMAN motkbo, FATHER. Y ou TOM DO REALIZE AM THAT You ARB. AMD MOW 1 I ÄOPPbsa SOME DAY 'LL HAVE <JRAY HAIR And You'll Be bald HEADED that's RIùHTHKL&M thatSs right AMD 60 ME DAY jTOM, I EXPECT I WILL BE A RAMDMA AMD j YOU WILL BE A GRAND PAP T TUM, WILL YuO -37 ILL Love, me wmem I _I -Sure. - A uRAMDMi/THEP Nowadays Looks AvS CHIC AS r— L ^ s °t>Y ) " 7 * SQUIRREL FOOD BY AHERN » X. EûûCKlN (swtS) 26Ke OflfCrtKE 5ENY H4S HIRED MAM OLE OMARfcARiNE 1ÎJ fME PEPoT TO BRING back a HcM House he oroekep from the crtV tY P4SCOUERED A WEEK LATCR BY THE ■äTATiOM MASTc K "THAT OLE We MY Off VWtTR YHE WAlYl Ml» ROOM ROUMDSYEAKfLAl LEM WEAKBRoW 0OU&HY A HORSE FOR toOtNfa TO TOWN FURFOSES- THE HOftaE AFTER STAKTiMCj WOULPrIY STOP FOR TeM MILES, Be INC. AS HOW LEM ONLY LIVED FIVE MILES FROM YOWM HE HAD Yo BUILD The 0 arm Five miles farther out" 1 ftuYYoNHOLE (ORB) - VVHEN ciYizen learns HlS SPONOC SPANIEL naYchooo DiDNY have a park LOUD ENOUGH ~Co SCARE NkbHY PROWLERS, He PUT PHONOGRAPH HORN OVER CANINES DOME AND NOW His Yodel makes a foc, horn sound LIKE A WHISPER—_ (wià no .„uiioisit) —-, WHI5MJROOMQ). OLD GENT CHASES INNOCENT" Yea Terrier around streets for an hour his queer antics weRe explained when A COP stopped him and learned the old gent was NeARSioHYep and mistook The pup for his hat" when the wind chased it off his noodle. — £Ejje.p>HEftfJ MONTANA ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Cowboy Rescues Father and Daughter From River With Lariat. Billings, April 14.—Lewis Worthem, a cow boy, has two lives to his credit this morning. With his lariat yester day lie "snaked" two people out of the Yeljqwstone river and he is being regarded ns a hero. Andrew Holthouse and his daugh ter started for Laurel in a farm wag on. The river is out of its hanks and the trail led through water. At one point the water was deeper than Holthouse Judged. He and his daugh ter were swept from the wagon and carried down stream. Worthem heard tjifrir èries for help and he rushed to t|if bank. He rescued the daughter fîrèst and then brought the father to safety. WOMAN IS DROWNED. Lewistown, April 14.—Mrs. E. M. Butler was drowned yesterday In the Musselshell river. Her body has not yet been recovered. Mrs. Butler was in a wagon with her husband and two other men. While fording through a trail one of the horses fell and the wagon was swept to deep water. Mrs. Butler became entangled In some blankets and was unable to struggle. The others escaped. BOZEMAN RED CROSS. Bozeman, April 14.—More than 300 have Joined the Bozeman chapter of the Red Cross society. Donations in excess of $1,600 have been received. All of this has been accomplished during three days. CLERKS LOSE FEES. Helena, April 14.—More naturaliza tion fees are taken away from district court clerks as a result of an opinion rendered by Attorney General Ford. He holds that clerks should account to the county for moneys collected for making certified copies of naturaliza tion papers, and that they are re quired to charge a fee of 15 cents a folio and 50 cents for the seal. PIONEER IS DEAD. Missoula, April 14.—Dr. John J. Buckley, for 80 years one of Mon tana's leading physicians, died here Just after last midnight. Dr. Buckley came to Missoula in 1886 as head of the Northern Pacific hospital here and chief surgeon of the road between Billings and the Pacific const. He served until 1803, when he resigned to enter a private practice which he continued until Ills death. Arterial trouble caused death. EQUALLY DIVIDED. Helena, April 14.—The Commercial club announced last night that a poll taken on conscription ut the request of Congressman John M. Evans found citizens about equally divided for the draft and the volunteers plan. A WAR COMMITTEE. Missoula, April 14.—After an all night session of the committee, Dr. E. C. Elliott, chancellor of the University of Montana, this morning announced the appointment of a war committee at the state university to facilitate the institution's service of the nation. Faculty members constitute the coun cil, whose duty will be to direct every energy of the university to national service during the war. A request to the forestry school for aid in the ship building campaign will be among the first to receive attention. Many calls for expert aid have come to the uni versity since the declaration of war. TELLS OF PRISON CAMPS. Missoula. April 14.—Miss Jeannette Munn, librarian of the city of Spo kane, yesterday addressed the College Women's Vocational congress on the subject of "Opportunities in Library Work." "Opportunities for service are to be found in this work," said Miss Munn, who declared this to be the chief func tion of the librarian. Mrs. Martha Puttie Ridge, secretary of the state board of charities, spoke interestingly on the prison camps in Europe which she has visited. Mrs. Ridge gave a vivid description of the life in the prison camps and urged the j omen to realize that all of life was preparation for some line of work. Other addresses were made by Miss Bessie M. Rowe, head of the exten sion department at the state college; Miss May Trumper, state superintend ent of public instruction; Prof W. H. H. Mustain. head of the department of physical education at the state uni versity; Miss Agnes H. Craig, of Washington State college; Miss Blanche Thompson, graduate from the Montana School of Journalism; Miss Jennie R. Faddis, assistant superin tendent of public schools of Butte, and Dr. R. M. Jesse, head of the univer sity's chemistry department. HEADS RED CROSS. Helena. April 14.—Miss Margaret Hughes of Helena, chief of the child's welfare department of the state hoard of health, has received word from Washington of her appointment as chairman of the Montana Red Cross. A number of Montana nurses have en rolled. _ M Mini Occasion Will Be June Com mencement and Class Anniversary. Cambridge, Mass., April 14.—The Harvard class of 1892 is making elab orate preparations for the celebration of its twenty-fifth anniversary at the commencement in June. The class will make an anniversary gift of $100,000 to the university. Mem bers from all parts of the United States and from many foreign countries will come to Cambridge for the celebration, and as ^sual the twenty-fifth anniver sary cliffs will have the right of way among commencement week events. The university has chosen a member of this class, Thomas W. Lament of New York, as chief marshal for com- i mencement, and he will lead the academic procession and have charge of the formal exercises of the day. This Harvard class numbers among membership many notable men. j Lamont is one of the partners in the hanking firm of J. P. Morgan & Co. and a director in many corpora tions. He is chairman of the Harvard Alumni committee which has under taken to raise $10,000,000 for addi tional endowment of the university. Arthur H. Woods, police commis sioner of New r York, and W. Cameron Forbes, formerly governor general of the Philippines, are also members of this class. Among others are Bishop Perry of the Episcopal diocese Rhode Island, Provost Brewster of Barnard college; Guy Lowell, architect of the proposed New York courthouse; Philip L. Spaulding, president of the New England Telephone company; A. I. du Pont of the E. I. du Pont de Nemours Powder company; Edgar Pierce, proprietor of the Parker house. Hotel Touraine and Young's hotel, in Boston. Several members of the class have done their "bit" with the allies. Joseph E. Ganson enlisted in the French foreign legation in 1914 and is now in the artillery branch of the serv ice. Nathaniel L. Francis went to the front with one of the Canadian regi ments. Richard Norton, formerly di rector of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome, is in charge of the American Volunteer Motor Am bulance Corps in France. H. Perciva! Dodge is with the American embassy in Paris, having entered the diplomatic service seven years after his gradua tion from college. \t — i Adver- j THE BUTTE DAILY POST Of IV« tiling j rates j on appli- I DEER LODGE Room t Klein achmhit cation. j v 1 BUR E A U Block J IMITATIONS SEN! FOI ELKS' OMET PARTY Theatrical Talent From Em press at Butte to Assist in Entertainment. De er T odge, April 14. — r "he local Elks this week sent nit invit nti >ns to the :iks Cabaret ba 11 to he gh en at Milw auk îe hull on Tuesday ening. April 17. Preparations are w ell under way for the affair \ hieh pre ses to be o >f the most élaborai 7f the kind eve held in the city. A message was rece ved veste rd ty from he ma n - ager of he Empress theater In Butte assuring four acts ft eluding Bernice Si.st dell and company; and Ray, Bru to these Joh his house, in Libby, Blon ; Howe and Howe; nd Fay. In addition rewhela of Missoula 11 be among the list of entertali will also Lou Boedecker and a noh from Anaconda. DEER LODGE BRIEFS. Deer Lodge. April 14.— H. B. Earling of Seattle, general manager of the Milwaukee railway, arrived yesterday to attend the session being held here by officials of the road and electrical workers in an effort to arrange a sat isfactory working schedule. Joseph J. Davey came over from Townsend yesterday for a few days* visit with his mother, Mrs. M. R. Davey. and other relatives. Charles L. Martin this week re signed his position as manager of the McBurney house and left for Scobey, where he will engage in ranching. Miss Alice Cummins of Missoula has been a guest the past two days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coy. Lloyd Marsh, who has been taking a course in pharmacy at the state uni versity. arrived Wednesday from Hel ena, where he had been taking the state board examinations. Attorney Ed O'Flynn of Butte transacted business In the city Thurs day. William Egeland of St. Paul was a buslr s visitor here Thursday. Harris Pillsbury has been in this wee k on lusiness con with the Uollego of Montana. Jeanette Kelley, vho Is a stu neeted Miss dent at the State college at Bozeman, stopped off in Deer Lodge Wednesday evening on her way to Missoula to at tend the Vocational congress for women. DECLARATION FILED. Deer Lodge, April 14.—Johan Ed vard Billqvist, of Swedish nativity, yesterday filed his declaration of in tention to become a citizen with Clerk of the District Court Robert Midtlvng. p and Down the State About 6U students »if the Montana State college have applied for enlist ment in the officers Reserve Corps of the United States army. Tht ill lx stampede nt Mis soula this year, despite the prelimi- j nary arrangements which had been made. The Missoula Chamber of | Commerce has decided to call off the event on account of the unsettled con ditions resulting from war proclama tion. A monster celebration to commemor ate the completion of the railroad into Poison is being planned. It Is expected that the event wilt he pulled off the latter part of July. Judith Gap plans a warm reception for all tramps who visit the town dur ing the spring and summer. They will he put to work on the streets and ad jacent roads. A Pythian lodge will be installed at Baker on April 17. The degree team of the Crusader lodge at Miles City will put on the work while state of ficials of the organization will he on hand to supervise the ceremony. Stanford is experiencing a boom. A large number of immigrants have lo cated there during the past few weeks. A movement is on foot in Lewis town to close the stores on Saturday WIEL FURNISH SOLDIERS WITHOUT CONSCRIPTION Chamber of Commerce Sends Congressman Evans Ex pression on Subject. Deer Lot RO. All addressed to the Dt of Commei from Congi essman asking for m oxprf ganization is to wl advocated •onscrip An answer that it was felt th nl 14.—A telegram eer Lodge Chamber received yesterday John M. Evans ession from the or chcther the members at this time, dispatched stating ection i ill furnish Its full quota of it conscription and that in louhl he done the commun ia nd behind congress and has already furnished STATE OFFICIALS ON AN INSPECTION TRIP Stewart, Ste Ford art secret«I id Atto of State C. T. eral enmg rrived here Thursday e\ for the regular Inspection of the state institutions. After going through the state prison yesterday forenoon they left for Warm Springs and Galen. ACTION TO CLEAR TITLE TO CERTAIN PROPERTY Deer Lodge, April 14. — Edward Bandy has commenced an action in the district court against Cecil S. Powell and all others claiming an in terest in certain property located in section 8, township 14 north of range 13 west. The action is intended to clear up the plaintiff's title In the irnikow and Jordan ap propertj at tori the plaintiff. ATTENDED MEETING OF HIGHWAY COMMISSION Deer Lodge. Conley retur from Helena, Api 1 14.—Mayor Frank Thursday evening ere he attended a the newly created state mmission. The commission mimously to co-operate in ery way possible with the hoards of unty commissioners in the matter of ad building, and went on record as voring standardized roads through p state and the use of trained road llders. highw ay decided 6 o'clock. on the 1 clock. Nei filed »•es of land has been enlarged homestead the farming population of the district within the ast three or four w eeks. The She Ulan local option ease, which was started before th state voted dry a nd which has been in the courts ever since, has been it last throwi out of court upon agreement n.sel f both sides. act at Havre since the law became op erative last December, and at least 300 new inhabitants have been added to A large apartment house is to he built at Boston Heights, a suburb of Great Falls. It will be ready for oc cupancy some time in June, the con tractors state. White Sulphur Springs Hotel com pany is the name of a new concern which has Just been organized in this city for the erection and maintenance of a modern hotel at White Sulphur Springs as a pleasure and health re sort. The town of Sunburst will soon have a hanking institution. A charter has been authorized for the First State bank of Sunburst. The hank will have a capital of $20,000 and a surplus of $ 2 . 000 .