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UNCLE SIM'S NAVAL HEROES
ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY
&
Ail America mourned the death last i
(Januar, of Admiral George Dewey, 1
iu bay und highest rank- i
In < ..... of the I'nited States navy.!
!" •• success was due to thor-J
omli • booling and discipline, lie was 1
horn In Montpelier, Vt., Dec. IP». 1837,1
»m«i tv;! trained at Norwich military
a i l*iny ;it Annapolis. lie became
lieut.imnt in 1861 and was under Ad- 1
,, l! 'd I !i igut on his famous drive to
NV.v Orleans.
' ommandcr Smith of the Mississippi)
<ii<l not htiow the channel, so he called j
on Dew«:;.
" 1)0 yoi
ho ask«*].
T'rul**
or help.
»now the channel. Dew
Dewey did not, but he
fire of forta on each side, the
' 1 « 'tenant got l»is ship safely
tin • «riÿrD the channel.
V\ h«-n the Spanish-American war
i'Oi.*mi it 1S98 Dewey was in com
mand of the Asiatic fleet at Hong
* • W ith six fighting ships he
1 ■' 1 ' - 1 Manila bay. arriving at
"More for Your Money at Kelley-Alton's"
GARBAGE CANS, Special, $2J0
Just received a shipment of Three Hundred extra heavy
iir| d well-made Garbage and Ash Cans. Regular $3.50
'allies. Get yours in time for the big CLEAN-UP
Campaign! •
USED FURNITURE BARGAINS
BED SPRINGS, low as.................$1.00
METAL BEDS, low as..................$2.00
DRESSERS, golden oak. up from........$7.50
BLFFET, fumed oak, $30.00 when new. .$15.00
KELLEY & ALTON
F urniture—Hardware—Electric Supplies—Plumbing
209-211-213 East Park St., Butte.
Phone 897.
THE KAISER
The Kaiser ha« a «\stem
That will work out very fine:
They41 raise much watermelons
And live upon the Rhine.
To reduce tho cost of living
A secret has been found:
To move into Seattle
And live upon the Sound.
Some people have a custom
Of living off their wits:
While others often try it
And prove to be misfits.
Aside from passing humor
Remember you'll save more
On each Spring SUIT, COAT DRESS
and HAT
At the FLORENCE GARMENT
ST< >RE.
115 Wert Park St.
i Cavite, five miles off Manila, at dawn
1 of May 1 Before him was Admiral
i M«mtoJos fleet of 10 ships
Devv«.*y wem straight for tin* • nerny.
The Span; h forts and ships belched
1 .ire at him. but he moved on closer
without firing a shot.
When n«*a.r enough Dewey turned
to t'aptain Gridley of tiie Olympia and
1 <i"l>*tlv said:
You may fire when you are ready,
Gridley."
Immédiat» I- the guns of the Asiatic
j Meet opened fire and when the battle
was over, «ix hours later, D«- -'ey found
not an American was lost and only
seven wounded, while 200 Spaniards
were killed and between 500 and 700
wounded.
Dewey's victory was the greatest
»•vent of the war. Congress made him
admiral by special act in 1899, and the
whole country sang his praise. He re
tired from a< tive service and became
a member of the naval advisory board,
which office he held when he died.
MEEIEMEIE
Eavesdroppers Said to Over
run National Capital—The
Espionage Bill.
Tim I'oHt'H Worthington Itiireau.
Washington, u. April is. ITiiIohh
niomliHiM of roiiKii-MM urn wry much
mistaken German spies mo thick about
Washington these days. There is a
great dual of complaint l»y muuilx iu
I hut their footHtnpM ore dogged and
that they are harasHed by ohvoh
droppers wIim presumably an* In the
employ me nt or the (lernmn govern
ment.
I bn othor day," Haid Itcprcsruitalivn
'I'oni J I »*11 in of Alabama, "I accosted
ItcprcMnntatls « Percy Quin, who bud
jtiHt arrived from bis home in MIhhIh
•'dppi. We \v#*m on the HtepH of l be
house ofTIr-u building. A strung« man
nidled up to uh and with an apparently
lltlCOIICO
rnt'/l
look
Ml lilt
fa.
gazed
Into Mpi
CO \\
Dil«» i
a put
lim*
dr iu a
position
to
•ni «h
m car
-full
Till*
1m only
on«
»«r rr
any
u fun* • * «»f
<*H|>iotlil
«• th
if ar«
going
ivirii»*
the
bill*
o puni
ih ro
pionagft
ponding
In
congr«
MH Ilil
«• b»
un il»»
n«min < d
umoly
drastic, those
who are Informed as to the activities
*.r agent* or the central power« In the
I'tilted Stales agree that il will re
luire «orne strong lemedy to offset
■heir work The passage of a bill in
troduced jo the senate by Senator <!ul
beihon, «rlitfl.ltman of the Judiciary com
mittee. would make the I'nited States
and all its possessions virtually spy
l-inof, in the opinion of "«(ministration
leader*, i'linishment. ranl.irig from a
line of 4IO,Oi)U or two years' imprison
mi nt to life Hentence« , - provided for
violators of the proposed law.
The Dill co' er* «• «-i . form of espion*
if,". "dation of 11 "I I * j i.lity or treason
tn t he I « ni of w .ti Spving on ruinais
and rivers, o citing «11* ttisf;«« tion in
Hi«* army or navy, making false state
ments liiat. might inHu«*n< <■ i h« actmn
of th«s I'nited States, fomenting expedi
tion* against friendly nations which
w«»u!d include helping a revolutionary
I
Ircji
ill
■ultiei
Will"
in the propose«] law.
Profiting Dy the cliff
tered in prosecuting recent <
Plot ''-i government experts
ci ati-d with members of . ong
framing the measure.
Some facts have crept out
throw a light on the significance <»f
President Wilson'* warning of German
spies "even in our offices of govern
ment." It has become known that
trulls «if tho activity of the German se
cret service In the most closely guarded
executive department-* at. Washington
hue
ills
•I Gi« gory states that
I of activities of per
conlidential informa
countries have iieen
Attornoy <l<.n<
numerous repor
s'iim furnishing
tinu to foreign
ont to the deparirnioit of tic« by
other federal department- Tint this
information has been secure«] by per
son* connected with the departments 1«
evident, be said, fr«»rn the fact that no
*»'te other than an employe could have
re fail'd information «»f the character
In Muestinri.
Since the European war began the
bureau of Investigation of the depart- j
ment «»f Justice, charged with the pros- !
ecution «>f foreign agents and disloyal I
citizen*, has been enlarged several j
times and that bureau I* doing a very
thorough work under the direction of
A. Hruce Bielaski. It w«»w' Is expected 1
to be given much wider facilities and ,
powers and t<» become an increasingly '
important part of the federal govern-|
ment An organization of 100,000 com- :
mercial travelers of the United States
has written t«> \tt«»rney General Gr»g- i
ory offering t*» enlist in the service of !
ferreting out spies and keeping the de- |
partnient advised of acts inimical to
th»*
welfare «»f the country.
FOURTEEN MINES HAD
NO ACCIDENT IN MONTH
Fourteen mines of the Anaconda
Copper Mining company have a record
of no a« eidents for the month, at least
accidents that would incapacitate a
man for 14 days. In all the mines of
the A. C. M. company a total of 24
accidents of all kinds occurred, with j
a total number of shifts of 308,911.
The Tramway mine, which has a total ;
of 22,984 shifts for the month
not a single accident.
had i :
GOVERNOR STEWART
PRAISES U. S. W. V.
At the regular meeting of the United j
Spanish War Veterans of the local
camp Jast evening the reply of Gov* |
ernor Stewart to the recent <»ffc*r of
the services of the members to the
government was read. It compli- I
men ted the members on their loyalty.
Three candidates were initiated. A 1
number of talks were made and the »
mieting proved to be a very enthusi-j
artIc Interesting -nd patriotic one. |
STUFF e>LOSE
.SLEEP OVER
"V
r
C6«siCKESS ESTt-t-fATcS
100,000 SPiES INI T L
UN IT£D STATE-S
I
I
j
,
I
Hugo Nobel of 1540 Monticello
Street Received Medal From
French Government.
The followinK Higm-d statement
wnn made by Mr. Hugo Nobel, who
lives at No. 1540 Monli"c||«) street,
Chicago, III., and la a painter by or
«•iipatlon Mr. Nobel nerved in the
ill An
irl In
five
sorted I n Africa and
Foreign Legion, being v
times. He received « m.
French government foi
und heroism. He says
"Long service in llm Fm-iicP
had put in y huait h in a vu
condition. My food f«-riiiente<l
stomach and caused gas t«» for
I wan always nervous and dizzy
not sleep at niglit ami l«It v»*ij
and all played out For < -is
tried various rena-di"' and .
"ciires " willioilt any permanent
About two weeks ago I i< .«] in »!»«•
dally paper where Plant .lube bad
cured a man win# cifiered • xnc.tly
AM I did O I
Juice and fiotic«*»! alnm a tminedbitc
* 'bina in t hu
'■'»UllfJeiJ four
dal from the
In. gallantry
! bad
k idne
to dig".
relief lu mj
food began
first lim« In \eai
feeling fine, the b«
and give all credit
my recovery. I ar
to nil my friend
Tlmro are nun»
thlH trouble t b.it I
lievo In fact, ar
lowing may denoti
stomach: Indig*
buh-hing of Ind,
throbbing head'i« 1
tlon, cost.I Vene**, «
poor complexion.
Plant .1 nice ! : **»l
bro Drug comnai.
a< tlie Smlt ii I" 1
and si « I
proper
v for I bo
iow I ain
in years,
J . <1 or
a ling it
t
CONTRACT LET TO
Wallace Thanks Members for
Courtesies at Last Meeting
of the Old Board.
Tii*
utra
ing and ventilai
new Lake Avow,
to be built Mjuth
Mon school was i
Kn
bid ubrnitt»«)
school trustees
Last night was
old hoard and
av. ;« I ded last eight t*>
nb. : g company at the
This was the lowest
t the meeting of the
of the Iiuttu district,
'.lie last meeting of the
'hkirman Wallace ex
pre
J bis appreciation of the court
esies extended to hJm during his term
by tit- other members of the board and
Arc hi tut
prepare pi
i' ted to :
for th"
j»r« »(>••-.• «.
Greet» y
for it.« *
dltion
meet r <■
audit«»!-;
rlson. 1 '
granted
"Hal \
passed to A J Davis for flags wb. hj
had been donated to the schools. In |
reply to a igg^stion by Mrs I*»»ttcr. j
Superintend* nt Mad dock -itated that he
would ha ve litting mention «»f the
death of .M • Dinsmore. lat** drawing
supervi-or, in his annual report. An i
« ho«»l.
Smith was
* and specific
»rig«* and addition* at the
9nsid**rati«»n of bids j
•r a school in the Gilman ad- j
i l«*ft over until the next
The use of the high school
. nd of the Franklin, Har
rs»»n and Hlaine .-»choois was
request of a committee f«»r ,
A vote of thank* •'--is
extension «»f time to June 20
granted to the plumbing contract«,
the new Cleveland school.
at
I ro vente
her j h -
operate«! -n
tion of the
save her if
SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT IN
BERNHARDT'S CONDITION
n: April 18.—A slight im
v ns evident this morning
rub non of Sarah fiernhardt,
ians said. The actress was
>n last night for an infec
ineyi in
:
_j
JAMAICA, N. Y.
# ^
Sufferings Cured Dy '«leal«
cine Recommended by
Sister-in-law.
Jamaica, N. Y.—"I suffer''-! gr~c?.''y
with m; head and with backache, was
iWtak, dizzy, ner
vous, with hot
Sashes and feit very
miserable, as I w ti
irregular for two
years. One day
when 1 was fee.mg
unusually bad my
sister-in-law came
in and said, 'I
wish you would try
Lydia E. Pinkham's
om pound. ' So I
began taking it and I am now in good
health and am cured. I took the Com
pound three times a day after meals,
and on retiring at night. I always keep
s bottle in the houæ."— Mrs. L. N.
Burnham. 296 South St., Jamaica, N.Y.
Women who recover their healthr.at- '
urally tell others what helped them, i
Some write and allow their names and
photographs to be published with testi
montais. Many more teU their friends.
Write Lydia E. Pinkhnm Medl
cine Co. (confidential». Lvsu.,
__ , .. .
Mans., for an>tuiag you need to
know about your ailiuente.
SPECIAL ORDERS
TO G. A. R. CAMPS
Extra Solemnity in Observance
of Memorial Day
This Year.
day tills
the I'n
greatest
the
of the solemnity \
the observa n«-« of
Year because of 11 1 <•
ill"«l State
H Ilil
entcroi] the
Ih«*
• «»rld'H history
« « >111'i* 1 « • in 1
»!»• in
i« i »*Ht in fh« an
o« l.irnatIon
fron
i fh»* h»*M»i(piur
f It«* f 1 i and
Army «»f tho llcpuh
'Ittsl.urg, 1
»M ... 11
« «»l»y «if whl«*li
n i « « .*» . » «1
hr:r»t
and which f«*l
crordanne
with
t>io r uHl«nii and
nent« <«f
th«* <
*ran«l Army »>f
»ubli» ,' the
proi
l.irnatlon Mtat»-H.
0 will I»«- «1
**«J hh Merri«»rlai
'or ulin*»Ht
Ii« If
a century till*
< been d»*v
«it»«l
f «* honoring the
/ r.r our heroic
<J»*a«l. Thi* la
on which
KIM
i » «»fill fieople pa y
day
day
memory
t Do »lay
homage to Ih«>r who «I
tio.i might 11— This
apart by our order to
narnoiate the glorlotn
trif-n wdci fell Inimitié
«I that Ml« I
h the day
fittingly co
I'l lia
Mill'
ail
It Is
the hound"
comrade to paitici
services of M-rnor
member the men
milillM |/«*W I *- .t. .J I
of «!<•
rna ki
nds
nidi«
dut y of every loyal
iiit*• in the patriotic
»1 day. Let us re
wholly it «J iy ««f sorrow. Whii
a cympatliefl«: tear f«»i ♦ t»« »■*«*
l«-ft ii * Ine«, last Memorial #
rejoi"" at the filgfi standard <
Ism that inspired the stalwar
»nd.
defer
inMv in )♦"
M« mariai day I
JOY PALACES OF NEW
YORK MUST CLOSE AT
1 A. M. DURING WAR
:
|
j
i
^h* lif«
issue«!
,
j ,
j
,
OASTORIA
For Infants ami Children
n Use For Over 30 Years
'.Iway« bears
the
g narare of
GERMAN GOVERNOR OF
BELGIUM IS ILL
*ram.
el
General v<
the time
is at pres
year and
m, April < via Londr
t«a a Brussels telei
etjeral von Hissing is
.* emperor has apjK
n Zwehl his suc» lessor fo
«•Ing. General \ on Zwei
nt governor at Antwerp.
• »n Hissing has been re
»«»rted ill during t «• last
condition last December,
his resignation have been
quent. but have never b**e
jfferlng \
t dangerot
Reports •
SONS OF VETERANS
WILL HOLD DRILLS
MARTIN KELLY HURT
Martin Kelly, y .e,] year», of 80«
Kaxt äeeond stre«i, i, a patient at
the Murray hospital under «'. -ne treat
ment for painful bruises and minor!
injuries sustained a hen he fell four
sets down a ehute in the Oeùfir.al mine,
yesterday.
Dr Mills will preach tomsht ••• t-,e
' Be-hei Baptist church Idah i Mer
i cur streets, at 8 o'cloc k
REFORMING.
- , -re sir." sed Old Man „■> 1
u ' n •>•' * to cut ou! "
L r " ' vr * n 1 "
-but or • ur
-ah right, u i ch : ed
Young Rfin«!» "I'll nc\*r aine arralh." I
Plans v.ill be considered tonight at
the meeting of the local camp of the
Son» of Vetera .» for volunteer drills
for the irember* in Hutte The har
ter for the ne* local organization 1»
on its w.v and Is expected every day
All eligible to membership are .rgçi,
LOSES BROTHER IN WAR
Mrs James J Maxwell and brothers
of Butte have received word of the
death of their brother. George Henry
Warrick, which occurred .n a tion on
the Br.tish front.
AT BETHEL CHURCH
'From Warehouse to You "
&
With Spring Comes the
Need of Taking Baby
Out Daily
One should Ik- so tqui|>p<-<l (hat this important duly
Hhould lie done with the i*-.i-( exertion to one's self.
The earriat'e or uo-eart should Ik* HrwHith-running,
easy to handle, sturdy, alihouj-h graceful in construc
tion and ride easily.
We have received a carload of
Go-Carts and Carriages
They are the latest models. t\li-h and sulistantial
in construction, hall Iwarings throughout, ruiiiier tir«-s,
steel frames and sen iti\e s eel springs. Ihulies and
lops in reed, -ilil ratlan or leather.
During Our Third Anni
versary and Floor
Clearing Sale
a -ïulwtantial priced-reduction i
) ou'll find a -t le to suit your purse
them to you?
-.May we show
A m maim a
BUTTE
ANACONDA
HarrÎMon and Front
t 1'iofl liuildmg
Take t ar 1, 2 or .'5 |
I'ark and Oak
Payments to Suit Yourself
BENEDiCTS ARE
ANXIOUS TO DRILL
Suggest That Huncceds Could
Be Taught the Modern
Maneuvers.
while appréciatif g
consideration tor •
for dependents, ar«
to sit Idly by wh!>
m«-n are pre par ir g
In the army. 8* e
asked the «j ues r.
volunteer drill be e
that the married r
ed to
might he train a«|
that they wo . i be .
men«'« notice "*
Ore young mar v
name E»e withheld, s
' We may never \
In the present war.
»•veral months of
*aved later on when
• erything. if we w«
know hundreds < y
who would gladly gi
every «lay tn order
menu of drtl! and d
A «y,.d ent&Il no ^ rif.'
and if the time came
needed in a hurry we i
*nd it would n«>t be ne**«
Get the home care of
shoes habit—It pays
Well dressed people always have well shined shoes.
SawotA, with the key for opening the box, its quick
shining qualities and the handy
ShinoiA Home Set
for polishing, makes the
home care of shoes a
pleasure.
black -TAN-WHITE
SHINE WITH SmmA
AND SAVE
At all dealer»—Accept no robMitute
SIT
the «trAirneut «»f
» and I baiieve that
n proficient drill
'-ut in the modora
I wouid i*ku to see
h tar ted. They cao
K rhjd or anything
it appear« to rna
NOTICE.
- : ? -j «/f hay ar 1 eats
t-s l? d , ,6 *.*3» fro:n *f «
II V> per «ja/ ex upt H-n
um thi.
da*e on ex
Y * ill rœ 110 64.
i* J , GROGAN*.
JIM DAVI«,
MA K M I/iNALD,
J. \> MILLER,
MAI RT E EGAN A
DIVORCE NOW POPULAR
AMONG KANSAS INDIANS
in.—8ir.ee Mr» L . u
of the K: king K:ck*
d rce fr a Mr Iron
■.oath di vorce has sod -
.palar on the reeerra*
1 i .ree <nher eq avs
. t m tr.e district court
fary Lightfoot, Ire re
• r*a Undue eü »'->ge
:in spouse« are ma.trl
ar.d demand freedom.
' ^ry Lightfoot got ai -
month and the others
they're entitled to t
THE POST FOR THE NEWS

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