A Very Special
SALE PRICES one-fourth
to one-half the actual
worth. All good desirable
patterns. Bring the meas
urement of your rooms.
A Square Yard for
Mill lengths, of course, in
qualities that are worth as
much as $2.00 a square
yard. Sale prices, as low
as. square yard.....50c
Linoleum in Full
Rolls of New Spring
75c a square yard for
$1.35 a square yard for
$2.25 a square yard for
It Continues Tomorrow,
Special Reduction Sale of
Large Size Rugs.
Every rug a new Spring
style, bought last fall for
this Spring's delivery. »Je
purchased these rugs at
the old prices and are sell
ing the entire line in all
sizes this week at specially
OVER 1.000 RUGS
TO SELECT FROM
New Brussels Rugs
6x9-foot Brussels rugs re
duced to ........$8.75
9x9-foot Brussels rugs now
on sale for . . .. $10.75
9xl2-foot carpet size Brus
sels rugs; price is cut to
only ...... $12.75
9\9-foot Pro-Brussels rugs
now on sale for.. $8.75
9x 10.6-foot Pro-Brussels
rugs: cut to $10.75
9x 12-foot Pro-Brussels
rugs; priced a: $12.75
9\12-Ft. Axminister Rugs
Reduced to $25.00
New Spring patterns,
heavy Axminister rugs in
the 9xl2-foot size, on sale.
9xl2-Foof Velvet Rugs
Are Priced at $25.00
Full carpet size 9xl2-foot
velvet rugs are on sale to
morrow at the low price of
Fine Wilton 9x 12-Foot
Rugs on Sale for $38.00
Every rug is new and per
fect. having just been re
ceived for our Spring busi
ness. The highest class
Wilton rug on the market.
In 9x12-foot size, at a price
range from $75.00
9\12-Foot Wool Filler
Rugs Now $9.00
A nice range of good pat
terns in large 9x 12-foot
wool fiber rugs on sale for
fix9-Foot Ingrain Rugs on
Sale at $3.50
Ingrain 6x9-foot rugs in a
nice line of selected pat
terns will be on sale tomor
row at only. . . $3.50
Everything to Furnish the
Home From Kitchen
The Only Six-Story
TO M CREPE
6ETRID OF FLIES
Annual "Swat the Fly" Cam
paign" Now on in Butte.
Advioe is Given.
I "A yard of screen on the window is
better than u yard of crepe on the
: The above slogan has been adopted
j by the Hutte health department, al
! ready started on its campaign against
the house fly. All Butte is asked t-»,
j co-operate for the extermination of the
j pest that takes away ao many live»*
: in the United States,
j The following statement was issueu
[ from the health office this morning
"Butte is at the threshhold of an
other cleanup season. The campaign
will be carried through tlie entli
summer. Ninety per cent of all flies
are hatched in stables where horses
are kept. Clean stables will moan a
big step toward the extermination of
the house fly.
"Fighting the fly in the home, either
b> swatting or poisoning, is regarded
as last trench fighting If the ).
Jiminary work is dont —and it should
be done now—there will be but little
work left for the housewives in keep
ing their homes rid of the pests.
"People who refuse to enlist in this
war against flies are enemies to them
selves. to their children and to their
neighbors. A fly is the sign of death ''
BUTTE 1« BRIEF
Miss Cosette Lamb, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lamb of this city
j and a student at the University
-Montana, has been selected by
sorority to represent the Delta Gatn
i mas at the national gathering to be
held in Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vaughn
31»; East Broadway are rejoicing oy
I he arrival of a son. boro April 16
Capt. Oliver S. Perry of the Kalispell
company, Montana National guard, was
ja guest at the Kinlen last e\ ening.
A. Whipple, former state senator,
How in the state land office, was
here last evening from Helena.
The Parent-Teacher organization of
the Lincoln circle will meet tomor
row afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
J. H. Durston, managing editor of
the Post, left yesterday for New York
He will be absent one month.
Mias Edith Breslin has gone to
Ryegate, Mont., to visit her sister,
Mrs. Dr. E. F. Eubeley.
Leslie and Waller Khobe of the State
orphan;» - home at Twin Bridges are
here today on business.
George Nick, a Milwaukee employe,
came on er from Deer Lodge last ev e
ning on business.
F H Longe w ay, son of Dr. Ixmge
way of Great Falls, was at the Butte
S C. Ashby. Jr., claim agent for the
Northern Pacific, is here on a brief
The Lev. W N. Sloan of Helena is
here to attend the meeting of the Butte
Aaron H. Hoover, a realty operator,
is among the capital city visitors
Judge J. Li Poindexter of Dillon was
at the Thornton last evening
Mr and Mrs. William Range of Boze
man are guests at the Grand.
Mr. and Mrs A V. Church of Jeffer
son came over last evening.
W. A. Dodge of Great Falls is u
guest at the Thornton.
Mrs. B < » Hare of Helena is the gue*t
- f friends in the city.
Arthur Keiler, a candymaker of the
capital. Is here today.
Randolph Arnold of Great Falls is
among the visitors
J. H O'Neill is here from Sheridan
on a business trip.
Mr and Mrs. R. E. Devine of Mis
soula are here today.
Miss < ». Spence is here from the
Powell county seat.
M. W Sullivan of Great Falls is a
guest at the Kinlen.
Robert L. King and wife are among
the Helena visitors.
Mrs. Edna Burrows of Dillon is a
guest at the Butte
A S Beardsley is among the ar
rivals from Lima.
11. J McDonald of Great Falls came
over last evening.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Bilsted of Billings
are here today.
J. H. Mitchell of Boulder is a guest
at the Finlen.
John Mujerus is among the visitors
H. E Wick wire of Bozeman is among
the v isltors
R B. Lot »dell of Belgrade is among
N. L. Martin of Billings is visiting
W J Johnson of Deer Lodge came
Ben W Bridges of Boulder is here on
J Stover of Billings is among the
High liquors at the Mint.—Adv.
Lloyd Williams of Missoula Is here
Kam G region of Whitehall is here
S. K. Working of Wilsall came over
Thomas Dyer of Livingston is in
D. E. Rainville of Boulder is here |
Dr. lt»rn*». O»u-o|>»th. Daly Rank Adv.
E K Edmonson is here from Great
Miss Crisp of Great Falls came over
oscar A. oison of Helena is here to
Joe Rumney. Jr., came over from Ia>
M. A Westgate of Hobson is here to
"1. J. Cooke of Helena is in the city.
Y. C. Rue is here from Helena.
JEANNETTE OF MONTANA.
j Jeannette Rankin, the first congress
J woman in the United Btates. ia ably
and clearly described as the womanly
woman, the student of economics, the
1 booster for physical Montana, and the
"Quality FI ntT Stow
The "Quality Fünf Store
TWO SPLENDID BIG SALES
For Women and Misses That Offer
Unusual Opportunities For Economy
SALE OF NEW DRESSES
Offering a Great Large Assortment of Beautiful
New Dresses and Frocks for Street
and Afternoon Wear
In Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Silk Jersey,
Crepe Meteor, Mes saline, Taffetas, Khaki Kool,
Wool Jersey, Novelty Crepes, Serges, Wool
Crepes and dozens of wonderfully smart combi
nations of these different materials, shown in all
colors, all sizes and all the most fashionable styles.
Regular Prices $29.50, $35 and $39
Now For $25.00
A SALE OF NEW COATS
Offering an Almost Unlimited Variety of the
Season's Best Styles for Dress, Sport
and Street Wear.
In Poiret Twills, Gunnyboyle, Burella, Tricotine,
Jersey, Velours, Gabardine, Pebello, Fancy
Plaids, Serges, Poplins, Novelty Fabrics, etc., car
ried in all the colors that are fashionable and in a
large number of very smart combinations. In
style this line of coats is most unusual, containing
as it does at least one model in nearly every cor
rect style of the season.
Regular Prices $19.50, $22.50, $25 and $29.50
I Now For $19.50
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS—In the favored
Pandora styles with low neck, sleeveless and in
ankle lengths; regular sizes. Special.....85C
Extra sizes. Special..... ............$1.00
WOMEN S UNDERWEAR—A special lot of the
famous Carter vests and tights in a variety of
different styles; sizes 4. 5 and 6. Special. .75<*
Sizes 7. 8 and 9. Special................85<?
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR—
Vests in a great assortment of styles and sizes,
and pants in the popular knee length. Special
at only ............................... 35Ç
GIRLS' AND BOVS' UNION SUITS—Of an
excellent quality, made with short sleeves in
^knee lengths; all sizes. Special..........65Cy
Very Specially Priced
To the splendid assortment of blankets that
we are now offering on special sale have been
added a great special lot of handsome bed
spreads and bed sets consisting of spread and
bolster. Both of these big assortments were
purchased by us at a great price concession
that enables us to offer them now at actual
wholesale prices. The varieties in quality,
style and design are very large and the values
^New Silk Poplins
In a splendid quality for appear
ance and service ; 36 inches wide.
Carried in Russian green, gold,
navy, plum, brown, gray, mus
tard and old rose, with dainty
figure and floral designs in har
ymonizing colors. Yard. .. $1.25
New Showing of
Domestic challies in a great variety of
dainty figured patterns in dots, Per
sian and floral designs on white and
colored backgrounds, yard........25c
Imported wool challies in white only,
with neat colored figured patterns in a
wide assortment, yard.............50c
Imported wool challies in a splendid
quality; carried in all colors with pat
terns of small figures and dots, yd. 60c
NEW SCRIM CURTAINS—In a very
attractive hemstitched style, finished
with lace edging, full sizes; pair $1.50
NEW SCRIM CURTAINS—In a large
variety of handsome new styles in
white, cream and ecru, trimmed with
lace edgings and insertions; pair for
only ........................ $1.50
NEW MARQUESETTE CURTAINS—
In white, cream and ecru, a splendid
quality, finished with clunv lace edging
and hemstitching, full 2/ t yards long;
For Rain or Shine
Made of the finest Gloria cloth,
mounted on eight rib, Paragon
steel frames, shown in a number
of different styles with plain or
fancy handles; warranted not to
l ^ade ....................$1.25y
Sale of Stockings^
For Women and Children
Women's stockings of cotton
and lisle in splendid, durable
qualities, including black and
Boys' and girls' stockings of
fine lisle and heavy cotton, car
ried in black and white.
Special 25c Pair
NEW VOGUE HATS
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
Of a Complete Sample Line of Hats from the Famous
bats represent all of the season's different
fashionable styles in the smartest modes for street
and afternoon wear, including; models that would
regularly sell as high as
$20. All of these sam
ples are bright and
fresh and in perfect
successful politician and statesman in
Collier's Weekly this week. Her
magnetic personality is clearly shown
in the description of the scene in Car
negie hall in New York where she
spoke on subjects which at first seemed
so unfitting for her, but as she went
on all her questioners, doubters, cynics
and in fact the entire audience were
convinced and completely won over to
her and her remarkable wisdom,
whether In matters of womanly inter
est or of political economy. On sale
today at The P. O. News Stand,
West Park street.—Adv.
CONVICTED MEN WILL
HUB LITE 5ITIIBMI
Judge Grants Continuance in
the Imposing of Sentence on
Fisher and O'Neill.
Krank Fixhar and Juhn O'Xeill, tint,
wo men vonvkted of niur<).-r two]
weeks ago and who were to have been
sentenced this morning by Judge John
V. Dwyer, had the time 1'or sentence
extended until Saturday, The men
were in court and when asked by th
juuge if they were ready for sentence
replied that they desired further time
so that their attorney might have
time in which to prepare a motion for
u new trial. Attorney Kremei Tuohy.
in behalf of the defendants, informed
the court that he wished to have time
to prepare a motion for a new trial
and also time in which to prepare and
serve a bill of exceptions.
Uhief Deputy County Attorney N. A.
Rotering opposed the granting of
further time, pointing out that it would
not make any difference to the de
fendants ro far as their rights were
concerned. )d c0 n
The judge said that he g*|.
tinue the time for sentence 11
DISMISSED AS SETTLE^
In the suit of R N h»*
Dr. D. R. Brockman, a sUP' lllf .
been filed with the clerk ol fulff
tlict court dismissing the i
settled for the sum of W __
THE Sîffi« E *
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