MEN'S WORK PANTS. Men'» tad ), Cotf shirts fljflRflWflY! WOMEN'S TRIMMED HATS , ^ _^ s BOYS
IN III.UK. okay and in
DANK BBOWN MIXTURES
Several hundred pair* make up the
selling! The pants are built from
substantial quality of worsteds in
those colors most practical for
work; S2.75 value; ONE NINETY
Launders*! and French ettrf ftnlf
rnloraj tnahjf nat terne
ONM DOLLAR BACH.
tterne t at »nljf
Men's Good Union Suits
Lawreno« maka I Made with
"Cooper" ol<Mit>d crotch ; Ion*
iIwvh i ankle length ; made
from combed bleached cotton i
perfectly tailored; ONE-FIFTY.
This Season's Goods-Assorted Color Effects
FORMER PRICES UP TO $10.00, NOW AT
Aik Æm mm 4 M if» U» ansi Kiting »t • »roup •/ «■.■■■ 8»rin* mm JB
«I-e a 1 M a S«t« embracing turb.na, Milor. *nd s»«>rua fsner »bspe. ; 11 — ■ M B
XA M a%| ■ th< cbl.f trimming, hu lud. ribbon., h.nd^kbrold.rnd M Ml (
.11/ -■■■motif., bond-mod. br.id., G.orretl. cr.p. ond win*.; ■> .fl# .olll
WBiaW>°ntd color conibtnstlon. omonp which sro auch fovored WÉF ■■ ■ MM W
* colora a. purpl., narr, green, etc.J form.r price, to 910.00. ■
hill --- --------- ----— - —
bray I home In white, blue and li*ht
Boys' All-Over Play Suits
--- - •> uikiuue percale.
V ' in assorte l color eff ! Ch "
'.'t I DC s ° rted s >npes and Dlain ^ «•
Hiaea from 1 to T year« and they aro
the rngular 860 grade I Indigo blue,
domine and chambraya ; plain blue,
and etrma trimmed In red ; special
plain color* and '
ACT UU1CKLÏI tt| Bn I
A Regular 75c V.| w Pof
Sizes range from 3 to 8 ,
choose from; FIFTY.
SALE! WOMEN'S NIGHTGOWN S
OF BATISTE AND CREPE IN PINK AND WHITE
Regular II.BO value I Women's new slip
over nightgowns of pink mercerized batiitte,
cotton crepe In pink or white and "Blue
Bird" crepe; made generously full; 11.60
value at DOLLAR NINETEEN EACH.
WOMEN'S WHITE SKIRTS
GENUINELY WORTH 51.50 EACH
Muwlin tops ; trimmed
with embroidery, laces,
beading and ribbon ; all
fresh and new; 11.50
value; special ut 11.29.
Famous "Nature's" Rival Make
Regular 69c value 1 Come in
hook-in-front and croo«-ovar style«,
nical y trimmed with lacea and
embroidery . size« 34 to 46 ; at
only FORTY-FIVE CENTS.
W.B.C0RSETS -NEW MODELS
IX)W AND MEDIUM BUST W ITH LONG HII*S
LITTLE TOTS' APPAREL AND WOMEN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR
ROMPERS, DRESSES, PLAY SUITS AND KNITTED CORSET WAISTS FOR THE WEE TOTS;
WOMEN'S KNIT VESTS AND UNION SUITS IN SEASONABLE WEIGHTS—SPECIAL!
SIX SPECIAL BARGAIN ATTRACTIONS FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY
pl " in co1 »* ni
CHILDREN'S PI.AY SUITS—IA size* from 2 to
8 years I Made from blue-and-white atriped chev
iot and trimmed with faat color red j
regular 65c value, special at.............
"DEISHER" KNIT UNION SUITS -For women I
Made from bleached cotton In low neck style ;
HlcevelcsM ; cuff knee ; regular and extra OQ^
aizes ; 66c value, special at................ sJa/C
CHILDREN'S DRESSES—Slsas 2 to 6 I CHILDREN'S ROMPERS—Sizes 2 to «
years ; French and belted styles ; made from years ; made from plain and striped ging
ginghams and percales ; regular 60c OA * ham in assorted colors ; regular 60c QQ_
, *b«/C I value, special at only.............
special at only.
CHILDREN S KNIT Corset Waists | WOMEN S SLEEVELESS VESTS—
—In sizes from 1 to 12 years I All Of fine bleached cotton; low neck
well taped and finished ; 1 O style : regular and extra I O —
ImC I sizes: 20c value, special at. .
20c vulue, special at.
; 20c value, special at.
A SPECIAL FRIDAY SELLING IN THE DOWNSTAIRS STORK EMBRACING VARIOU 8
NEEDS FOR THE KITCHEN AND ALL OF THEM ARK PRICED EXTREMELY LOW
An Unusual Opportunity for Housewives to Save Money
STEW PANS -Of gray granite ;
- made with cover and long
handle ; seamless ; extra
special value at........
WATER GLASSES Of medium
eight In plain and fluted bot
>m style« ; extra special ^
slue at only.............
A $1.60 value! The celebrated W. B.
in low and medium bust models with long hips ;
materials are of splendid quality ; all are nicely
finished ; size» from I» to 30; value $1.60, at
CUPS AND SAUCERS -Of regulation
family size; plain white; medium
weight ; an excellent value at
the price, Friday.........
SPRINKLINO CANS-Built from heavy
grade of galvanized iron ; made in large
size and constructed substantially ; a new
lot of them just In for special
selling at ........................ • %/C
Bilver-Platnd knives and forks
handle ; splendid quality and
priced, per set of 6 of each.. .
DOUBLE COOKERS Of gray granite
and are splendidly enameled ; sub
stantially built and nre made in regula
tion size ; an extra special value QQ.
at only ..........................«/OC
BLACK IVORY AND LIGHT OR DArFc^i
SV?. , : c „d"$2 w 6oi t m
»'«T ** h " d . !" .'teht ""'1 'lark "I" I
C HANGEABLE ('OIM
STEW PANS-Of aluminum; double"
lipped and ara made with long handle ;
splendidly constructed ; an extra CQ_
special value at...............
ROGERS' SILVER PLATED TEA
SPOONS- -In two new and beautiful
patterns ; guaranteed for 26 years ; priced
H|»ecial, per aet or 6 «1 9R
SALE! CREPE PE METEOR
CHIFFON TfiFFETAj ti|
High-Top Affairs of Vld^l
men's black vlrl ki.l ^ 1
NEW IVORY KID TQP M
FOR WOMEN; ALL MADE WITH BROWN VAMPjl
*"!<' at 85c.
Here's a shoe offering extraordinary for wom
.n I New Ivory kid top .hoe. with brown
and leather Cuban heel«: fa.hlon.hle nnd very
Taffeta Silk Ribbon
Regular 20c valuel No. 40
ill-silk taffeta ribbons in a
full assortment of wanted col
ors; 3Vfe inches wide; a 20c
value, TWELVE CENTS YD.
Women's Cotton Hose
A 20c article! Women's cot
ton hosiery in black made
with white feet; double heels
tnd toes; very dependable;
sale, FIFTEEN CENTS PAID.
Boys' and Girls' Hose
These, too, are a 20c valuel
Medium weight black cotton
hose with double heel and
toe; best for boys nnd girls;
FIFTEEN CENTS PAIR.
'' uunu "«m, iBHnionuii
dressy: while the lot holds out thev
at SIX-FIFTY A PAIR. *
Boudoir Caps Cakes Jergen's Soap
! Made from fine II HA# Value 10c a cake! JergcnN
Value 35c! Made from fine
mercerized crepe; are daintily
trimmed with laces, ribbons
and ribbon rosebuds; 35c value
at NINETEEN CENTS.
famous bath tablet toilet soap
In assorted odors; one of the
greatest favorites; sale, SIX
CAKES FOR A QUARTER.
Sale! 36-Inch Percale
Regular 15c value! Yard wide
percales in assorted light and dark
colors; neat dots, stripes; fancy
figures; special at 11c.
Fancy Dress Gingham
inches wide nnd ure the 15c
value! Come in pretty plaids,
checks and stripes; fast colors;
fine for aprons, etc.; special 11c yd.
25 Pieces of Galatea
Full 25c value! Dependable qual
ity of (iulutfa cloth 20 inches wide;
light and «lark colors; every desir
able pattern; special at 15c.
Wash Crepe De Chine
lue and 36 inchi
great demand for gowns, under
wear. waists, etc.; full range of
the best colors; special 47c.
The Sale Starts at 9:00 A. M.
Butte Agency for
MANUFACTURERS' SURPLUS SALE ®
Friday's Splendid Spread At Once Shows That This Wonderful Event Is Still Rich With Bargains—Still Brimful of
Interest—Read the List Over Carefully and Thoughtfully and Then Make It a Point to Attend the Sale.
Sale! Smartest Cloth Coats Æ Entirely New Line of whù^Ssigi Silk and Cloth Suits
--and Stripéd Waists
Bolivia Cloths, Chinchillas, Gaberdines,
Values to $22.50 1 Many coats of Bolivia cloth
and chinchilla ; then there are a great many
remarkably good-looking garments fashioned
from wool velours, wool poplins, gaberdines
and jerseys; mostly ripple and belted models;
long and short lengths ; all the g<xxl staple
colors and black assorted sport shudea ; values to $22.50; TEN NINETY.
WHITE MARQUISETTE, 8ECO CLOTH AND
THE VALUES ARE
UP TO »1.46.
White and assorted striped waists in many styles;
»*6 Dainty Handkerchiefs!
9 I Women's handkerchiefs of
fine sheer white lawn; colored
initial embroidered in the cor-
Jner; 10c value at SIX lolll
White Curtain Smb|
Regular 12%c value. Choice new
white curtain swiss in ,1 variety of
dots and stripes; full :iij inches
wide; special at 10c yard. '
Full 60c value ! Beautiful new
Battenberg doilies; round shape;
slightly soiled; size 13 inches In
diameter; 60c value, at 25c.
Jerseys, Taffetas, Poiret Twills, Serges, Etc.
Suits of jerseys, assorted cloths such as poiret
twills, serges, poplins, etc. ; also taffeta silk
suits in a pleasing variety of Btyles ; the color
range is exceptionally complete since In takes
in practically all the new sport shades, as
well as black and all the staple shades for —
Spring; values up to $35.00; at only THIRTEEN SEVENTY-FIVE.
$ 13 . 7.5
Sale! Window Shadtsl
TAUL JONES MIDDIES -
In sizes 0 to 22 years and
44 bust; galutea cloth
HOUSE DRESSES — F
women ! Made from j
cales and ginghams in
sorted colors; light
.and darks; $1 val., utUOC
SPECIAL! 110 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' NEW SERGE GOATS
Values Sk mm !* prf on ** le l * ot Nin. A. M. Frida, If yon hop. to ret the choice.! ,
; __all 'he« co.t. .t FW. Doll. r .l Women', and mU«.- new ..r*.To.tT (MO H* I" Values
to $ 10.00 rilk th fc n \î nlr i V" , n ,* ,T bl "' * nd in bl,ck: • n >* rt ««»ft.; trimmed with ttlO Art
ivr ^ v.uvy V «Ik braid and button., every co.t now, atyliah and lmcomin*; actual T.lue. Ujj '0 $ 10.00
r.nre up to 110.00; choice «hit. the lot hold, out ut FIVE DOLLARS ^
Sale! Women's Serge Skirts T New Taffeta Slk Dress Skirts
Regular 65c value! Window
shades in light ond dark green;
3 feet wide 7 feet long; complete,
ready to hang; sale at 45c.
Values up to £3! Women's w'ool
^serge dress skirts in navy blue and
®black; plain back style; trimmed
pocket and buttons; values to $3 at
Values up to $8.50! New line of
1 OV striped taffetu silk dress skirts in a
WAmvQ • variety of the best
And others of cotton mes
sKline and heatherbloom ;
i variety of the best color combina
tions for present wearing; plain or 1
shirred back styles; at $5.95.
SILK UNDERSKIRTS In
solid colors, changeable* and
black ; fitted tops ; tailored
and plaited ©O A Q
L flounce styles : at "O
Damask Table Ck
Regular value $1.75! Hand- A4
some Damask tablecloths, size |L 1
64x64 inches; round slupc;
beautifully scalloped, at $1.33. ■
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No Telephone Orders
Women's New Handbags';'$1.25 Silk Camisoles
45 c $ 1.00
Values to $1 ! New black
leather handbags and back
strap purses in a variety of (
pleasing styles; values to $1
at FORTY-FIVE CENTS.
Shimmering crepe de
chine silk camisoles
in flesh color ; duint
ily trimmed with 3
inch fancy iac«*s ;
$1.26 value, at $1.00.
"Wear-Long" Umbrellas';'$1.75 New Cape Gloves*
$1.25 valuel Women'* ^ ^ _ LulHn nun« ^ ^
$1.25 value ! W>
umbrellas ; guaran
teed to keep out the
rain : black ebonized
handle ; Paragon steel
$1 ■ 00 jsss $ 1-50
Butte Agency Tor
HERE TO BOOST
Speakers of National Reputa
tion Will Be in Butte
on June 4.
Two speakers of national repute will
be in Butte on June 4 to help in boost
ing for the Liberty loan, according to
the following telegram received here
today by A J. Davis of the First Na
tional Lank from Jerome Thralls, sec
retary of the clearing house section of
the American Bankers' association:
"Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis, a Speaker
of national reputation, and Lawrence
Chamberlain, universally recognized
expert on bonds, who are touring the
United States under the National As
sociation of Manufacturers in an ef
fort to arouse patriotism and to in
duce people to subscribe to the Lib
erty loan, are making a tremendous
sacrifice. We want their meetings to
be great success. Please confer with
representatives of the National Associ
ation of Manufacturers of your city
and arrange for a big meeting. Will
arrive at 12:60 noon, June 4; will leave
5:05 afternoon of same date."
Mr. Davis referred the telegram to
the Chamber of Commerce and Secre
tary Austin of the Chamber announced
that complete arrangements for the
meeting will be made and announced
In the near future.
MRS. MASSEY PASSES.
Mrs. Mary Jane Massey, aged 63
years, died at an early hour this morn
ing at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Florence Bennett, 930 California j
avenue, following an extended illness.
Mrs. Massey was born in Stratton, 1
Devonshire, England, and since coming
to Butte had enjoyed the respect and
confidence and love of all with whom
she came In contact. She had resided
in this city for the past 21 years. She
was the widow of the late James Mas
sey. The surviving relatives are:
Two daughters, Mrs. Bennett and
Miss Gladys Massey; a grandson, Ray
mond Benn*-t'; a sister, Mrs. S. A.
Rundle; a niece, Mrs. James O'Neill,
and three nephews, William, Howard
and Leonard Rundle. The funetal will
be held Sunday afternoon from the
resilience of Mrs. Bennett. Ensign
William Harris will have charge of
PROGRAM GIVEN BY
The Boys' Glee club gave the fol
lowing program at the weekly assem
bly at the Butte high school this morn
" 'Tls Morn.'' club.
"Old Black Joe," club.
"The Sunshine of Your Smile" and
"Absent," Leslie Bank.
"Doan* Ye Cry, Ma Honey," club.
"One, Two, Three, Four," club, with
solo by Leslie Hank.
"A Twilight's Message," club.
"How Much Wood?" "A Winters
Tale" and "Sweet Cider Time," club.
MRS. SOKOLICH DEAD.
Mrs. Annie Sokolich, wife of Frank
Sokolich, died today at the family
home, 813 South Idaho street. Sho
was born In 1863 In Croatia. The sur
viving relatives include: Her hus
band, a son, Tony; a daughter, Lena,
wife of Charles Segulla; a brother.
Charles Kriskovlch of St. Louis; a'
sister In Croatia and two cousins, An
drew Kriakovich of Grace, Mont., and
Matt Krlskovich of Anaconda. The
funeral will be held Monday morning,
with mass at St. Patrick's church.
LODGE WILL ATTEND.
The funeral services for John C.
Carter, w ho died Monday, will be held
tomorrow afternoon at the White i
dertaking parlors, under the auspices
of Enterprise lodge, I. O. O. F. Inter
ment will he made in the Mountain
The remains of George Sibron, aged
16 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sibron, who died here yesterday, were
shipped this morning to Sheridan,
Mont., where the Interment will be
William Gross of Melrose and Miss
Nellie Louise Beal, also of Melrose,
both born In Montana, were married
at noon today by Rev. G. D. Wolfe at
the Mountain View parsonage.
SOUTH SIDE MOTHERS'CLUB
The South Side Mothers' club will
meet at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at the Emerson schoolhouse. The an
nual election of officers will take place
and all members are urged to be
KAISER TURNS IN HIS
COLLECTION OF COINS
Berlin, May —To set an example
to his subjects, Emperor William has
turned over to the German treasury
a collection of gold coins which have
been In the private royal museum for
Recruiting Offices Get Call for
12.000 Ambulance and
Uncle Sam wants 12,000 ambulance
und truck drivers, 8.000 skilled work
men in various crafts and 6,000 field
artillerymen for Immediate service In
France, according to telegraphic ad
vices received today by Sergeant
Bryant of the local army recruiting
office. The government recently placed
an order for 12,000 trucks and 8,000
motor ambulances and now every ef
fort Is being made to get drivers foF
Skilled workmen of all kinds are
wanted by the army for the engineers,
two regiments of which are now being
organized at Vancouver, Wash., for
Seven men enlisted in the army in
Butte toduy. They are: Sam S. Cox
englneers; Clarence L. Farnum, medi
cal corps; Elvin L. Hample, engineers;
\\illiam J. Ryan, engineers; Wilbur F.
Pierce, engineers, and Melvin Egan,
Sergeant Bryant will leave Saturday
for Missoula and will be relieved here
by D. R Harlan. On June 1 Sergeant
Bryant will open a permanent recruit
ing office at Havre.
Two recruits were received at the
recruiting office for the Second Mon
tana regiment at the courthouse today.
They are John B. Laird and James B.
Richardson. Lieutenant 8waney Is in
charge of the local recruiting office
and an efort is being made to bring
the regiment up to war strength, 2,002
men. No recruits were received for
the navy or the marine corps up to 3
o'clock this afternoon.
TO CEMENT BRITAIN
AND REN DOMINIONS
Resources of All Colonies
Be Developed as Never
London, May 24.—To enable the Brit
ish empire to resist any pressure that
might be applied by any other power
or group of powers, in peace or war,
by control of raw materials and com
modities essest ial to its well being, the
royal commission on the national re
source, trade and legislation proposes
that an Investigation be undertaken to
discover new sources of supply and
substitutes for raw materials controlled
by other countries and to prevent waste
I T îlfrî 8 * The PC Port signed by
ki°r rd u? A I ber , nor ' H R^er Haggard.
Sir W. l orlmer. Sir G. F.. Foster of
^l'r/V A. Smclfllr New Zealand,
.IV'c, ^ Werman of Sooth Africa
foundUnd * ar R BOWrlMg ° f New -
Concerning soldier-settlers, the com
mission reported: "We did not see
during our visit to Canada, nor so far
as we can gather, is there in the other
self-go\erning dominions, anv strong
Immediate desire on the part of ex
soldiers to turn to the land. On the
who WC f° Un , d that SOme ° f ,hosc
7l,o-Ï3 d p " v,< ?F >ly worked on 'he land
showed no inclination to return to it"
Women are urged to emigrate In
larger numbers than men, and a scheme
is outlined for the interchange of
school teachers between the United
Kingdom nnd the dominions.
(Iheap, speedy and efficient transport
between all parts of the empire is ad
vocated as a vital necessity for the sci
entific development of imperial trade.
Transport of this nature cannot be ob
tained except by the use of vessels of
great length and draught. Such vessels
cannot be employed unless there exists
harbors of a size and particularly of
depth adequate to receive them, and
suggestions for securing a uniform
depth at the chief ports of the various
routes are made.
On the question of ocean freights,
which have risen since the war and
which may not return to pre-war level
for a long time, the report says: "We
are satisfied that the operations of the
steamship companies should not remain
longer without some measure of gov
State acquisition is recommended of
a cable across the Atlantic with the
necessary land lines between Nova
Scotia and Montreal, there to connect
with existing services administered by
the Pacific control board. A reduction
in cable rates is urged especially on
The report says It is possible to ar
range new imperial mall services by
1922, when the latest existing mail con
tracts expire. High speed is advocated
and a 20-knot service from the United
Kingdom to eastern Canada is sug
To boosting all your efforts lend.
And do not knock your brothers;
And do not lie so little, friend,
As to belittle others.
"Has the high cost of living affected
you?" asked the Duck.
"It certainly has," replied the Hen.
"Why, eggs are so dear that I can't af
ford to raise a family."
Was Charged With In
Residence Before I
George W. Carlson* th® police
who was charged with f* 1 ^
resident of Butte for the J
before entering into the _
the city, was acquitted at
by the police t ouiinissionen
ernoon. ._ ,
Carlson came here fr
where he was an officer of^
WITNESS COULDN'T '
San Diego, Cal.—n« '""
nation has been preaentea i
adjournment of court to
a witness who was too •
to climb the courthouse
The change to a ' ,
room on the oppo*M* • , ttoB #|
was agreed to hy the »" ,
terested and the
Allen, health .W^t
in the case against 1» *
statutory charge. * as
Judge Lewis P^ d ' n * ( [ lb , f
Pr. Allen testified » ^ ,
girl who was brought ^
had been £ n .«•«!"
etatm .ha, she
Green was » sM
that any statement that^
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