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AMSONIA
THEATER
Butte's
Best
Entertainment
House
Today, Tomorrow,
Saturday
CARLYLE
BLACKWELL
Wm. A. Brady Presents
AND JUNE ELVIDGE
—IN—
"THE PAGE
MYSTERY"
NEW VAUDEVILLE
ACT
Here for the Next
Three Days
DAWSON
and
DAWSON
Comedy Sinijinn,
Talking, Dancing
VAUDEVILLE
Here for the Next
Three Davs
WALDO
BROS
Novelty Acrobats
May 30, 31, June 1 and 2
SARAH
BERNHARDT
—IN—
"MOTHERS
OF FRANCE"
HARD WORK FOR WOMEN.
It is a question if women doing
• men's work deserve particular sympa
thy, for It Is doubtful if there is any
'Stork that is harder than every-day
lliousework. Overwork tells on the
fktdneys, and when the kidneys are af
ifected one looks and feels older than
^fthe actual years. Mrs. A. Q. Wells,
ifl. U. 5. Rocky Mount, N. Cm writes:
■T cannot praise Foley Kidney Pills
Enough for the wonderful benefit I
,)>ave derived from their use for a
phort while.** For sale by Newbro
' Drug Co.
AMUSEMENTS
igf »
The Hoyul Hawaiian Songbirds at the Peoples theater tonight, in additit
"Sacrifice,** a Paramount production, featuring Margaret lllington.
"Sacrifice,** a production,
GLADYS HULETTE
AT THE LIBERTY
Gladys Huleite, who is at the Liberty
theater tonight in "The Candy Girl." a
Pathe Gold Rooster play by Philip
Lonergan. says that there is one ele
ment which has much to do with the
success of th< play.
"It's the candy," Miss Hulette de
clares. "Pout ds and pounds of candy
have been used in this play. The
children devour it eagerly, and the
grown-ups -«re just as bad. Ill-tem
pered children and grouchy extra men
brighten at once as soon as they
munch a few mouthfuls of candy. I'm
supposed to lie the one who cheers
them up, but it's really the candy.**
Rut Miss Hulette is too modest. It
isn't the candy, but the charming little
.'•tar, for she makes every one happy
with whom she comes in contact.
If the landlord frowns upon you. or
you lose your Joli, or your best girl is
unresponsive to your ardent pleas, see
Gladys Hulette In "The Candy Girl,"
and you mav get a good idea how to
win out. She absolutely refuses to
admit she is beaten and she never Is.
ANOTHER BIG EMPRESS
SHOW DRAWS CROWDS
Crowded lu. uses are again attending
the Rmpress as the result of another
excellent bill of attractions. The of
ferings are top not- hers and would
Mrs. J. A. Fierce of 130 Main street
hue gone to Missoula, where she will
visit for a few days with her son Joint.
He is located In that city.
The social which was to have been
held last night in the Unity Methodist
Kpiscopal church has been postponed
indefinitely because of the illness of.
Mrs. W. H. Pasooe, wife of the pastor.
The dance given in the Meadervllle:
Young Men's gymnasium last night
by the members of the organization
was one of the most delightful parties
of the season and was largely at
tended.
Mrs. Thomas Treloar and Mrs
< 'hartes McDonald have gone to Red
Lodge, where they have been called
by the serious illness of their mother,
Mrs. Charles Stewart.
Richard Martin of Main street, who
haa been confined to his home for
some time from illness, is recovering
rapidly and will soon be aide to be
about again
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stevens, t
arrived In Meadervllle some time ago
to visit, have decided to remain per
raanently.
Bert Bennetts and Will Tragire wil
furnish the feature of Sunday's con
■ TODAY
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Any
Seal
10c
Remember "The Shine Girl,"
"Prudence, the Pirate," "Her
New York," "Pots and Pans
Peggy"—DON'T MISS
Any
Seat
10c
Gladys Hulette
Hie Candy Girl"
It's comedy, drama, pathos, joy, tears and laughter—All in one
COME TODAY!
Children 5c Any Time
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, EDWIN ARDEN h
"THE IRON HEART"
A Money Master
Any
Seat
10c
On Broadway
Any
Seat
10c
lie hard to equal anywhere. The fa
mous Hayashi troupe of Japanese, five
in number, present the greatest bal
ancing and ad round athletic exhibi
tion ever brought to the city. In the
musical line the Monte Carlo Sextette
have a picturesque, tuneful offering.
They are all premier singers and mu
sicians and must lie seen and heard to
be appreciated. The rest of the pro
gram contains the names of such well
known entertainers as Dot Marsell, the
Garrlty slstera. Norton brothers and
Leonard and !/Ouie. He sure and see
this big show before it closes Satur
day night.
THE MUSICAL COMEDY,
"FLORA BELLA," TO BE
HERE FRIDAY NIGHT
"Flora Bella," queen of this season's
musical comedy offering, will be the
attraction at the Broadway tomorrow
night. John Cort, producer of this
charming addition to the year's crop of
pronounced successes, will send an
excellent company and production for
this engagement. The oast will in
clude Hleanor Henry. I»orothy Rogers.
Mortimer H. Weldon. Lily Leonard,
Irving Brooks, Ben Orinnell, Guy J.
Humpsei. Adolph Link, Kate Stout,
Jack Bell and others of popular favor,
while the glittering ensemble of girls
and boys who sing, dance and make
merry is of metropolitan stamp and a
joy to behold
tests at the Meadervllle Rod and Gun
( lui) grounds, when they will contest
for a prize. Tom Moore and Jimmy
Tredenick are scheduled for a match
at the same time.
James Rowe and James Opie of Oak
street have gone to Dillon, where they
intend to remain during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bedell of Main
street, who have been visiting at Red
Rock for several days, have returned.
Mrs. Frank Ruddy of Main street is
confined to her home from illness.
WARNING IS ISSUED OF
STOLEN MONEY ORDERS
Warning has been issued by tho
postoftice department of the theft of
129 money order blanks from the post
office at Sunnyside, Wash., and local
authorities have been requested to be
on the lookout for their appearance in
Butte. The blanks are numbered
101,871 to 102,000, inclusive, and all
hear the name of the Sunnyaide post
office.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS!
Carriers are not allowed to accept
payment of subscriptions, or to accept
orders for cancellation of subscription
All such orders to have delivery of
papers discontinued must be made to
the Rutte Dally Post, business office.
TONIGHT
MARGARET ILLINGTON
-IN
))
AT THE
PEOPLES
"SACRIFICE
A Lasky Paramount Production
The Thought Uppermost in Every Mind Today (■
cerns the War. "Sacrifice" is a Tale of Devotion
That is Stirring and Inspiring. The ( ountries Are
Imaginary—But the Thrill Is None the lass r m ;
AND
The Royal Hawaiian
Songbirds
8 -ARTISTS-8
Presenting a Varied Program of Vocal and Instru
mental Music Featuring
PRINCESS PAVAHI
-IN
THE GOLDEN HULA HULA DANCE
;-■& v y.
MILLION WOMEN HAVE
TAKEN PLACES OF MEN
They Are Represented in All
Departments of Industry
in England.
London, May 7.—(Correspondence of
the associated press).—The number of
women who are acting directly as sub
stitutes for men in the field, offices
ml work shop has now passed the mil
ion mark, uccording to figures printed
by the board of trude Labor Gazette.
Allowing for displacements from other
ndustrics and domestic services, it is
estimated that 800,000 women have gone
out to work who did not do so before
the war.
Women have been substituted for
men in various kinds of employment as
follows :
Industries, including controlled firms
but excluding all kinds of government
establishments, 376,000; government
works, including arsenals, dockyards
and national shell-filling and projectile
factories, 139,000; agriculture in Great
Britain, 20,00b; transport, 52,000;
finance and banking, 42,000; commerce,
278,(MM); professions, 17,000; hotels, etc.,
31,000; civil service, 73,000; local gov
ernment. 10,000. The total is 1,071.000.
Substitution has been carried out most
extensively, in relation to the numbers
employed, in government controlled es
tablishments, the civil service, banking
and finance and transport.
IRRECONCILABLE.
They had Just finished their first
quarrel, subsequent to ^he honeymoon,
and she was in tears.
"If." she sobbed, "if you had had the
tiniest spark of love for me you would
never luxe married me!"
Every One Is Going to See This Big Show—It's a Treat—Just Look
at These Offerings
THURSDAY, FRIDAY . AND SATURDAY ONLY
MONTE CARLO SEXTETTE
A Wonderful Musical Offering
DOT MARSELL
THE CYCLONIC MARVEL OF SYNCOPATED MELODY
HAYASHI TROUPE—JAPANESE WONDERS
GARR1TY SISTERS—DAINTY SINGERS AND DANCERS
NORTON BROTHERS—THE M USICAL COMEDY BOYS
LEONARD AND LOUIE .IN FEATS EXTRAORDINARY
Empresscope—A Luke Comedy—Latest News Events
EMPRESS
Matinees Dally at 2:00 o'Clock
Night Shows at 7:15 and 9:15 o'Clock
SEVERAL SPEEDERS IRE
LINED IN POLICE COURT
Judge Says No Excuse Will Be
Taken in Future When
Law is Broken.
Several speeders were fined in po
lice court this morning, and Judge P.
J. Whitty declared that In the future
he will accept no excuse from an auto
ist who exceeds tho limits.
"What chance has a little child
against a 50-horsepower automobile?"
asked the court. "You fellows ought
to be ashamed of yourselves, and I
want to warn you all that I'm not going
to show' the slightest leniency in the
future."
TO HASTEN MEETING OF
THE RUSSIAN ASSEMBLY
Petrograd, May 24 (via London).—
The new Russian coalition government
today ordered a serleB of measures for
hastening the summoning of the Rus
sian constituent assembly. The first
meeting of a committee appointed to
discuss arrangements for the election
of this body has been fixed for June 7.
THE WORST.
"Talk about torture."
"Yes."
"Nothing is worse than sitting in a
barber's chair with your mouth full of
lather watching the boy trying to give
another customer your panama hat."—
Life.
THE POST FOR THE NEWS
GLEE CLUB CONCERT
F OR ST, AN DREW'S
This Special Entertainment is
Scheduled for Tomorrow
Evening.
The Stevens Glee club will give a
concert tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
at St. John's parish house for the bene
fit of St. Andrew's Episcopal chapel In
Centerville. The program follows:
(a) "Greetings of Spring," (b) Han
del's I^argo, Stevens Glee club.
Whistling solo, J. Winters.
Bass solo, selected, W. J. McT^eHan.
(a) Tosti's "Good Bye," (b) "Iaong
shoreman Billy," Soloist R. Waring.
Vocal solo, popular airs, D. H. An
drews.
Soprano solo, selected, Miss Pearl
Job.
Sextette from "Lucia di Lammer
moor," Steven's Glee club.
Soprano solo, selected, Mrs. Richard
Calloway.
Baritone solo, Joslah Youlden.
By request: (a) "Crusaders," the fa
mous concert piece, selected; (b) pop
ular national airs and the "Star
Spangled Banner," Stevens Glee club.
ONE BANDIT KILLED
TWO OTHERS DYING
Ardmore, Okla.. May 24.—As the re
sult of an attempt by three bandits to
rob the First State hank at Tuska
homa, Okla., today, one of the robbers
was shot to death In the bank by the
cashier and two other bandits are
dying from wounds. _
BROADWAY Till!
FRIDAY, MAY2Î
• Direct From
Casino Theatre A
Superior Cast
Fascinating Chop.
Prices §2.00, $1.5«, ilA |
75c and 50c.
SEAT SALE NOW ON
SCARLET FEVER IS
City Physician Warns I
to Take Every PossiW
Precaution.
A warning to mother* to
of their children and to «' J,rd
scarlet fever was issued tW*
by Dr. W. C. Matthews, the ™
aician. ^ I
•Several cases have
Hutte and it would be ^
to use every P«-» £3
against the disease. «
thews. "I would '*>1
call physicians " hen * ]
dication of sickness HI __
HANNA CLEMENTS JS
GIVEN MIL SENT
Hanna Clement« of ' *3
given the aiternatne "? ^ „J
of *20 or servins Q f tM *
county Jail by Ju 1
Joseph Mitchell „niltv d
she had been found, er n .i s liW*i|
lng the peace In & fVl((w c*
few days ago ,-u '■'*
tended to show that ^ gl
ous in declaring that th* I 1 *
family «re«. ™ u to
of the neighborhood „„rW*
tell It to the judge.
jail sentence._________

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