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ke codfish flavor, taste
fine?
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nwuy your Inslc for cod
, II may have looked like the
huve been a substitute and
ied he one essential-FLAVOR.
. pav a better price to «et genuine
•ïnîîtic grand hank fish not hard
"drv.hut fresh and flaky Hase
.,„,d codfish. codfish halls rod
. 1 , hash any way you wish, it s
llghlfully «ond. and so econom
ical. too.
,le codfish, special lb lie
jject bricks, honed. 2-lli packages,
criai ..................
•ood boxes boned select
box ..............
35c
BEASONABI E AND GOOD
green cabbage, special, |>er lb.
•cn rtoh asparagus, per
tinier gr
lb
10c
fcf t Telephone pea
wbitc new potatoes. 11» .....10c
Ljjfornia ripe tomatoes, lb......15c
f „ beets, carrots, turnips, pars
*.,S. special. .*1 bunches..........25c
* es h. crisp rhubarb, 7 lbs...... 25c
save every day
quart inr stuffed olives......50c
quality green gage plums.
Tgc cans, special. 3 for.........50c
egon blackberries, large can for
........... 20c
special, 3 lbs.
............50c
chocolate for
............95c
eded raisins. . . .$2.75
large prunes,
can cihiradclYl
HARDY RHUBARB PLANTS
ur garden; each........12V£c
JUVENILE TOILET SOAP
jrc. dainty, lasting toilet soap; 40c
of three cakes, special at----25c
I D-FASHIONED GINGERSNAPS
generous family Iwirrels, spe
ll AKING SODA
•ial. two packages for........15c
CHOICEST SEEDED RAISINS
•ial, two pneknges for........25c
[SELECT PINEAPPLE, BROKEN
SUCES
No. 2 cans, special........40c
WORTHY ADDITION TO EVERY
MEAL
fra g rann seems to say, "Sit
a and drink." It's hard to go
1 er after the first whiff from a
Jeaming hot cup of Lutcy's fresh
coffee. It costs no more
(1 it is a worthy addition to every
good meal.
SMOKE AND WATER DAMAGE
SALE AT LUTEY8.
WHOLESALE TO CONSUMER
ATTRACTIVE SAVINGS
CAMEOS
THAT CAPTIVATE
'e have a line of cameos that
as been selected with unusual
are. You will find them in all
izes and prices, surrounded
ith dainty little pearls or set
ith sparkling diamonds. Set
n Brooches, Scarf P«ns, I-a\ al
'ers. Bar Pins, Rings, in the
hell, coral or genuine antique
tone. The prices are attract
vely low and assortment large
owle-Winterhalter
Hannilin Co.
(JEWELERS)
101 West Park Street
Dr. Homer J. Flinn
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
'ENEBEAL AND GENITO-UBINARY
DISEASES
100-1*1 Penn.,lTuil. Blk. Phon. SM.
bitte MOTOR TRUCK CO.—
General auto and track repalr
'"*■ Prompt aarvlce. All work
sooranteed. « 2 Î Hopkins street.
Phone SM.
PJ AGED 7 AND SISTER _
EEK TO ENLIST IN ARMY
Fortland, Ore.—Terrance Walnh 1»
** r * «Id. but. Just the game, he left
nome to serve hia country in com
. Qy wlt h his small slater, Adelaide,
ho i t
1 *n going to enlist," stoutly averred
nuance. 'M«, too," echoed hts
ster.
agreed her brother, Judicial
th * y might take you as a nuree.'
* children disappeared.
Brcribe f or the Butte Daily Poe»
r
THROWING OFF THE
KAISER'S FETTERS
Germany's Best Friend, Count
Tisza, is Relegated at
Budapest.
London, May 23.—A Central News
dispatch from Amsterdam Hays that
the Hungarian cabinet, of which Count
Tisza was premier, has resigned.
TO CONFER WITH KING.
Amsterdam, May 23 (via London).—
ilapest telegram received hero by
ay of Berlin says it is reported Pre
ier Tisza submitted to the king' pro
posals for franchise reform. The king
reserved his derision upon which de
pends whether the cabinet will resign,
ount Tisza, the dispatch says, is loav
for Vienna, where he will b< re
ived by th<' king.
int Tisza, the Iron man of Aus
tria-Hungary, has been for many years
the leader «.f the pro-German party In
he dual monarchy and was the last
survivor of li e little group of states
men who surrounded Emperor Francis
Joseph when the European war begun.
)n the accession of Emperor Charles
the majority of ttie officials of the
previous regime were either dismissed
resigned. There have been per
sistent reports from many sources that
mperor Ch tries keenly resented the
Jemands of Berlin In Austrian-H
arian affa'is, and Count Tisza i
the one great obstacle which prevented
him from freeing his empire from the
fluence of Potsdam.
KAISER'S IMPERIAL
EDIFICE IS CRACKING
Geneva, May 2" (via Paris).—Thing
re going badly In Germany and the
imperial reg.me is threatened, accord
Ing to Dr. .viistldes Aguero, recalled
uban minister to Berlin, who at rived
here on his way to France.
Aguero said
bring good news. I have been
ears In Berlin and you can easily
realize that 1 have been able to thor
ughly stud/ the character of
nemles. Things are going badly on
the other aide of the Rhine. The
facade of the Imperial edifice seems
solid enough from a broad view, hut
reality th-ue are cracks in it."
WAR TAX BILL
Says Tremendous Levy Will
Prove Too Great a Bur
den on People.
(Continued from Page One.)
i until July 1. 1919,
a pound thereafter.
HOUSE COMPLETES THE
WORK IN COMMITTEE
Washington. May 23*- -Consideration
of the bill was completed in the house
sitting as a committee of the whole
this afternoon and an agreement
reached to have separate votes tor
the income and automobile tax and
second class mail rate amendments.
By a vote of 345 to 60 the Len
root income tax amendment, already
adopted in the committee of the whole,
was retained.
The Doremus amendment exempting
from the five per cent automobile tax,
the companies making less than eight
per cent of their capital actually in
vested. was eliminated from the bill
by a vote of 174 to 233.
The section of the war tax bill pro
posing a tax on advertising matter
other than that contained in news
papers and periodicals was stricken
out on motion of Democratic Leader
Kitchin.
TO DECIDE THE FREIGHT
BIOSES BÏ JOLT
The United States Commerce
Commission Resumes Its
Hearings Today.
Washington. May 23.—Hearings on
the railroads petition for a 15 per cent
advance in freight rates were resumed
today by the interstate commerce com
mission with an exhaustive program
under which shippers, state railroad
and public utility commissions and
others will be permitted to state their
views. Hearings will last three weeks
and decision, it is expected, will be
rendered prior to July 1, the date upon
which the roads have asked for au
thorization of the proposed Increase.
EXPENSES ARE GROWING
FASTER THAN EARNINGS
Washington. May 23.—The tendency
of railroad operating expenses to In
crease a great deal faster by percent
age than opeiating revenues appar
ently had checked somewhat, accord
ing to latest repoi ta of the railroads
to the Inters«ate commerce commis
sion. , .
A tabulation, showing earnings and
expenses of all the large roads for
March, made public today, shows a
slowing up of th« ratio of Increase
which first became manifest last De
cember. „
Figures for March give railway
operating revenues as $317,087,310 and
expenses as $229,091,175.
Hl\
FROM WAREHOUSE TO YOi;
r
What Do You Sleep On
Is it a pure, sanitary mattress
made of fresh new cotton and
fiber, or does it contain shoddy
(chopped-up rags) disguised un
der the name of wool?
Insist On Seeing the Inside
We manufacture every mattress
we sell and will consider it a fa
vor to have you come in and in
spect the factory and see your
mattress in the making. Out
ward appearance is sometimes
misleading.
Wood fiber, felt top, art tick ÖJQ PA
mattresses ......................JpOaDvr
Wood fiber, felt top and bottom G* A PA
mattresses ......................V * • Ovl
Gilt edge mattresses made of wood-wool and
cotton felt; look and feel like an AA
all-felt mattress .................ipOoUU
Pure felt mattress............$9.00 and I'P
Box Springs Made to Order—Any Size.
V.
Butte and Anaconda
"Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty"
UNDERTAKERS.
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SULLIVAN-—Funeral services for j
Patrick R. Sullivan will take place
tomorrow morning from the residence
of his broth©)', Edward Sullivan, 932
West Park st-eet. at 9 o'clock, thence
to Sacred Heart church, where a high
mass will be celebrated for the repose
of his soul at 9:30. Interment in the
Catholic cemetery. Automobiles.
DOWNEY — Funeral services for
James Downey will take plat e from
the residence, 231 Toboggan avenue, at
9 o'clock, thence to St. Lawrence'«
church, where mass will be celebrated
for the repose of his soul at 9:30. In
terment in Catholic cemetery.
HORTON—The remains of Jarnos
Horton are at Sherman A Reed's un
dertaking parlors. Funeral notice
later.
TORELLI—Funeral services for Paul
Torelll will take place Saturday from
the residence of A. Francis Coni, 80
Main street, Meadervllle, at 9 o'clock,
thence to Holy Savior church, wher-*
mass will be celebrated for the re
pose of his soul at 9 30. Interment In
Holy Cross cemetery.
BLACK- The remains of Charles
Black are at the undertaking parlorä
of Sherman A Reed's. Notice of fu
neral later.
SHERMANJt REED
Undertakers and Emhalmars
AetonoMte and Carriage Eqalpmaai
111-135 Eaat Broadway
Phonal 57 and If
COLLINS—Edward Collins, aged 33
years, died last night. The body was
forwarded from Richards' parlors this
morning to the family home at Victor.
Mont, at which place the funeral will
he held.
JOSEPH RICHARDS, I™
Funeral Director* ond Embalraoro
Warrington Richards. Pros, and Mgr.
15-11 Heath Montana St
Phan* 307
McNALLY—Michael McNally, aged
35 year*, died yesterday at Phlllips
burg. The remains will he brought to
Butte for interment. Funeral notice
later.
M. J. WALSH
F a serai Director and R Ol ha 1 mat
1X5 Eaat Park R.
Phan* U
WILLIAMS—The funeral of the late
Samuel Williams will be held at his
late home, 802 Colorado street, to
morrow (Thursday) afternoon at 2
o'clock, proceeding to the I. O. O. F.
hall, West Broadway, where services
will be conducted at 2:30, Rev. Mr.
Evans officiating under the auspices
of Fidelity lodge No. 8. I. O. O. F. In
terment In Mount Moriah cemetery.
CARTER—The remains of John C.
Carter are at White's undertaking
parlors, where the funeral will be held
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends
are requested to please omit flowers.
SAM R. WHITE
Panerai Director and Pm Hal met
12$ South Main Street
DUNNE—The arrangements for the
funeral of the late Bernard Dunne
have not been completed pending In
structions from relatives. The re
mains are at the Daniels A Bllboa
undertaking parlors. Funeral an
nouncement will be made later.
danielsTbilboa
Undertakers aad Em ha! mers
Aetemoblle aad Carrlags Eqalpassal
Phone 3*8. 493 Sooth Mala 8ft.
Bssldencs Phan# 5822-J.
Offie# Always Opes
LARRY DUGGAN
RdliM* Undertalt.r and fnbilnn
132 North Mnln Strool
Roll Phono 77*
JUSTICE OFFICIATES
AT DOUBLE WEDDING
A, pretty doubla wedding was sol
emnized by Justice of the Peace Orns
by last evening when Paul H. La
Vassar and Anna L. Dyer and Ernest
D. Blazdelle and Minnie Young be
came life partners at the home of
Miss Young, 27 Casey street. The
weddings were quiet and only the im
mediate friends of the contracting
parties were present. Mr La Vaasar
is a native of Missoula and Is very
well known there. The other young
people belong to a popular young set
of the city. They left for a brief
honeymoon last night and will make
their homes In this city. Mr and
Mrs. I-a Vassar will reside at 26 Casey
street, while Mr. and Mrs. Blazdelle
will live at 27 Casey street.
CASE IS DISMISSED.
At the request of County Attorney
Jackson tho charge of third degree as
sault against Mrs. Barbara Noel was
dismissed this morning by Justice of
the Peace Ornsby. Mrs. M. Fonlck
was the complaining witness and the
trouble grew out of neighborhood dlf
ferences They both live In the 200
block on Cherry street. The costs of
the action were divided equally be
tween the complaining witness and trie
defendant
TEUTONS Füll TO
STEM THE TIDE
Victory Follows Entente Ban
ners Despite Efforts of
Hintlenburg.
(Continued from Page One.)
pare effectively for their new drive at
the German key point fortress of Laon,
the capture of which would compel
falling hack of the entire German
line in this sector.
Crop of Peace Rumors.
In the meuntime, the usual crop of
eaco rumors which marks these lull»
as made Its appearunee. Reporta
from different Hourcea tell of offers
from Austria to Russia, Germany to
Huasia and Austria and Germany to
he collective entente powers.
The latest German-Hpanlah crisis
has subsided with the receipt by
Madrid of assurances from Berlin
vhlrh Premier Prieto announces aa
satisfactory. Germany promises to
respect Spain's rights in her territorial
•rs, but the text of tho commu
nication is not made public.
HINDENBURG WITNESSES
DEFEAT OF HIS TROOPS
i the French Front In France,
Tuesday, May 22.—(From a staff cor
espondent of the associated press.) —
'on Hindenbtirg himself Is understood
to have been a spectator of tho de
feat which tho French Inflicted upon
tho Germans yesterday evening on the
Moronvllllers »ar.ge, which resulted in
tho capture of several lines of German
trenches and a number of Important
observation points.
Tho German commander is known to
have been Juat to the northward of
this section of the front on Sunday
His presence is supposed to have been
connected with an attack on the
French lines which the Germans In
tended to deliver on Tuesday morning.
The French forestalled th* m and after
demolishing German machine nests
and other defenses with artillery,
launched an assault which was so
brilliantly successful that more than
1,000 Germans were captured. At the
io time the French obtained elbow
room beyond the ridge for future
operations.
For Observation Points.
late
his
As outline
d to the correspo
ndent to
day the ope
rations in this re
gion do
veloped intr
a "struggle for
ohserva
tion points,
' possession of
which Is
absolutely
ndispensahle for
success
under prose
ni conditions of
warfare.
In their forward drive on th
e Moron
villlers ram.
e the French ca
itured all
those posit
ons dominating
the sur
rounding t
trntory. The heights of
Ciirniilett, Blond, Haut, (';•
sque and
Teton and
the MoronviUiers
hills are
now indiup
itably in their possession.
and from them they are able
to tv.it' h
the moverm
nts of German s
jpply col
umns and
reinforcements
and thus
harass ther
n. making prêta
rious tho
German ten
ure of the Rhelm
s plain.
Formidable Fortifications.
The system of fortifications e
countered by the French in their a
vance was more formidable than any
they had met before that time, but
the clever maneuvering of their In
fantry and the pile driving of their
artillery overcame these difficulties.
Thus the French were able to register
a victory at a cost amounting to only ,
one-fifth of that of the Germans.
James Haz^n Hyde was permitted
to make a flight over the lines In an
airplane before the attack. Two
French flghtirg airplanes escorted hirn I
and held off German machines which
hovered about. Mr. Hyde had taken
an offi-ial position with the Young
Men's Christian Association which in
tends to make arrangements for Amer
ican troops similar to those which have
been made for the British behind the
lines. They are invaluable for the
men when they are resting after trench i
duty.
THREE ATTACKS BY
FRENCH SUCCESSFUL
Paris, Ma/ 23.—Successful attacks
were made by the French last night
on three parts of the front, the war of
fice announced
The statement follows:
"We made spirited attacks with good
results yesterday evening at three
points on the front. On the Vauclerc
plateau and on the Californe plateau
our troops onquered the last of the
observation points dominating the
Aillette valley. They enlarged con
siderably their positions on the north
ern slopes.
"We carried three lines of German
trenches east of Che'-reux during the
night. A counter attack by the enemy
against our new positions on the Call
forne plateau was »topped by our fire,
which Inflicted heavy losses on the at
tackers. We captured 350 Germans,
of whom 11 were officers.
"An enemy attack on th« slopes
southwest of Eparges was checked"
ARTILLERY FIRE, BUT
NO GERMAN ATTACK
London. May 23—"Last night the
enemy agni.i heavily bombarded our
Positions on the Hind*»nburg line In
FRENCH
the neighborhood of Bullecourt,
today's official statement. "Our artil
lery replied .ijrorousl/. No hostile at
tack developed.
"We made a successful raid early
this morning southeast of Gavrelle. A
number of Germans were killed with
out any casualties among our troops.
"We capt ired a few prisoners dur
ing the night as a result of patrol en
counters.''
SUFFER REVERSE
IS THE VIEW OF BERLIN
Berlin. May 23 (via London).—The
French have suffered a sanguinary
blow because of the failure of their at
Trunks EÜIiç Better Sort
The trunks listed here today are
those of the better grades, for travel
ers who wish something of superior
quality. Trunks of elegant appear
ance, trunks made according to the
most modern requirements, and fin
ished throughout in a manner to ap
peal to fastidious people. Before
you buy traveling accessories of any
kind see our extensive stock, it
covers every requirement.
If you live out of Butte
order by mail. We pre
pay freight charges to your
address.
FIBER COVERED TRCNKS
Fiber covered trunks, brass
trimmed, fitted with strong
locks and hinges.
Size 34 inches, for $14.50
Size 36 inches, for $15.00
Size 38 inches, for $16 00
FIBER COVERED TRUNKS
Round corner construction,
cloth lined and brass trim
med. Very durable.
Size 34 inches, for $17.50
Size 36 inches, for $18.50
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FIBER COVERED TRUNKS
Fiber covered trunks, Gibral
tar construction, Yale locks,
extra strong and durable.
Size 36 inches, for $27.50
Size 38 inches, for $28.50
FIBER STEAMER TRUNKS
Fiber covered steamer trunks, well constructed and fitted
with good locks.
Size 36 inches, price ......................... $16.50
Size 38 inches, price ........ $17.50
Size 40 inches, price .......................... $18.50
LADY'S SKIRT TRUNK
This specially constructed
trunk is canvas covered and
brass trimmed, fiber bound
and fancy cretonne lined. A
special value at.... $32.50
LADY'S SPECIAL TRUNK
Trunk designed for packing
hats, shoes, skirts and waists.
Gibraltar construction, blue
fiber covered. Special value
at ............... $25.00
HARTMANN W ARDROBE TRUNKS
Hartmann wardrobe trunks, in full size, steamer and taxi
size. Many different styles, for ladies, gentlemen, and both
combined in one. From............ $28.00 to $65.00
IJ R# CAR«tTC0 AIN TY
48 to 54 WEST PARK
*
jn
y
Closing Oil
Onyx Hosiery
35c and 40c Values-..... 25C
50c, 60c and 75c Values,
three for . ..... $1.00
Fisher's Millinery
PARK AND MONTANA STS.
tacks on the German lines In Prance
yeeterday, says today's army head
quarters statement.
BAVARIAN PREMIER
PREDICTS EARLY END
Amsterdam May 23 (via London).—
In an Interview published by German
newspapers from a Hungarian paper
Count Hertltng. Bavarian premier, is
quoted as having said In regard to the
reported partition of Alsace Lorraine
between Prussia and Bavaria;
"It is completely new and hitherto
unknown that & decision has been
reached about the position of Alsace
Lorraine."
Count Hertling expressed the convic
tion that the war would end by fall
and said the results of the submarine
warfare were satisfactory.
WILSON RENEWS FIGHT TO
GET THE CENSORSHIP
(Continued from Page One >
Until the president projected the
weight of his influence anew into th rt
situation, it was supposed that con
gress Itself had given up all Idea of
an enforced censorship. Those who
fought censorship on the floor of both
houses pointed out that the adminis
tration still had opportunity to exert
pressure on the conferee«.
At a brief sesaion the conferees were
unable to agree, even to the exteat of
considering a compromise section, and
an adjournment was taken until Fri
day.
Unusually Good
Grocery Values
They're » holesale prices,
of course, and we deliver
direct to your home from
our warehouse on the
tracks.
ALL THE TIME—MORE
FOR VOI R DOLLAR.
Jelly — Excellent quality
Jelly in a number ten
pound can for... $1.25
Matches —A 30c package
of Matches for.. 25C
Olive Oil—A quart can of
good Olive Oil at $1.00,
or at.............. 95C
FOR CLEANING
Dustbane— 2 cans of Dust
bane for only..... 45C
Dust-Kill —Its fine, 100 lbs.
f or only $2.90
TOBACCO AT WHOLE
SALE
Horse Shoe or Star To
bacco, pound for. . 554
Union Leader. Patterson's
Seal or "H. O." Tobacco,
can for . . . . ........45*
2 PHONES. 1130
and 1131
Economy Wholesale
Grocery Company
«04-606-608-610 Utah Art
e
Dim Up H»u Trimble Beta
DRESS HATS
for Men who appreciate first-qual
ity apparel—Dunlaps and Trimbles
Buy your hea «wear at this store
and you'll be CERTAIN that It is
CORRECT: Mail orders for HATS
received at our store every day.
Send us yours!
MATTINGLY'S
li? From main
(By Mail—Anything Yen Wish)
Of course we have no desire to be
facetious, and we know that it is none
of our business. But Mias Iva Child
lives at Rosebud. Texaa

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