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o'clock I »morrow orninè In Waist Shop on Second Floor A nnouncing, a wonderful Sale of Exquisite New Wai sts Many from our own good stocks on which the reg ular prices were to $15, and a special purchase lot of hundreds of the very newest creations intended for selling in the regular way at $7.50, all in one great sale tomorrow for only $ 3.45 EORGETTE CREPES in the new shades, in flesh and white, crepes de chine in white, flesh and many of the new sport shades. Printed crepes in such favored shades as Jaffre blue, plum, wisteria, green, navy, etc., white Georgette crepes with printed collar and cuffs. Fine laces in white and black, gold and silver embroidered, some with Paisley chiffon underwaist; all these new, never before shown; a special purchase lot direct from New York and representing values that would sell in the regular way at $7.50. In addition we have selected many waists from our own stocks, the ones and twos from better lines that were used for display and as show pieces. These were marked to sell in the regular way up to $15 each. Because some are slightly soiled they go into this sale tomorrow, only $3.45 Montanas Greatest Store Qualitg Service Satisfaction Perfect Fitting For Frid ay Only ThisGoodSpecial In the Shoe Section 'YW'OMEN'S fine, all vici kid 8-inch " lace_ boots with turned soles, wood Louis XV. heels and imitation tip; all sizes and widths, special thi 3 Friday at only, pair...........$4.00 Always the Newest Styles in Fine Footwear for Men, Women, Children In the Shoe Section, Main Floor, Hcnnessy's, Sale of Flowers Prices Halved^ In the Millinery Salon """ 1 ■ ■ — Silk moss roses, lilacs, daisies, Japanese novelty flowers and many other kinds on which the regular prices were from 50c to $3, on sale Friday at half prices —or from 25c to $1.50. ' And a Special Showing of ATHENA Underwear for Women The Perfect-Fitting Kind—On Sale Friday at Very Special Prices Athena pink silk lisle union suits, tight knee style with band top finish and extra well re inforced; regular $2.50 quality; special Fri day, suit ............................$1.75 Athena fine lisle union suits, bodice style with lace-trimmed or tight knee; regular $2.00 quality; special Friday, suit......$1.75 Athena pink cotton and lisle union suits; band top finish; regular $1.00 quality; spe cial Friday, suit......................65c Knitwear Section, Second Floor, Hennessy's. Mill Salon, Second Floor, Hennessy's. J Glassware Specials For This Friday in Art China Section Cut Glass Sherbets, regular $20.00, dozen for.............$12.50 < i.i Glass Whiskeys, regular $9.00, dozen for..............$1.50 Gut Glass Wines, regular $22.50, dozen for...............$11.25 Crystal Cut Sugar and Creamer, Colonial Shape, Extra Special $1.25 G 'hniial Water Glasses, special, dozen......................60c <'lass Candlesticks, special, each........................... 75 e ' Brown or White Earthenware Teapots, special.......50c and 75c Hollow Stem Venetian Gold Champagne Glasses; Regular $20 a Dozen for $8.00. ■ N THE AKT CHINA SECTION, TH1HD FLOOR AT HENNESSY'S. New Hat Shapes Priced from $1.75 to $5.00 First Showing, of White Dresses In the Girls Shop on Our Second Floor A N ALL-NEW line, just out of their boxes, sheer or gandies and voiles in dozens of different styles for girls of all ages from 6 to 14 years, prettily trimmed with ^ fine laces, hand-work and ribbon sashes, at $2 to $14.50 New Middy Blouses for Girls AH white, white with colored collar and trimmings and in solid colors; ready with a most complete showing in sizes for girls of 6 to 14 years; priced at................................$1.00 to $2.25 Middy Skirts for girls of 6 to 14 years at $1.25 to $2.95. Summer Headwear for Little Tots Dainty novelty hats, tailored styles and white lingeries in all the pretty styles of the season, at very moderate prices, ready in children's shop, 2d floor, Hennessy's. SALE OF FINE RUGS High Grade Standard Makes at Very Substantial Ru& Sec- Reductions From Regular Prices — the Third Bigelow Arlington Floor AXMINSTERS In Beautiful Oriental Colorings and Designs. 9x12-foot size, regular $70.00, Bigelow Bagdad Wilton Rugs, (P/fQ QC now for ..............$59.50 9x12 size, regular $72.50, only /-/ Seamless Velvet Rugs—Beauti The 8.3x10.6 size, regular $68.00, for...........$45.95 ful oriental and floral designs; The 4.6x7.6 size, regular $22.50, for............$17.50 9xl2-foot size; regular $32.50; The 36x72-inch size, regular $12.50, for.........$9.75 now l° r ...............$23.95 The 36x63-inch size, regular $11.50, for..........$8.75 S.-«mlc»s Aimlnster Rug»—tel2-ft. Royal Wilton Rug—Size 11.3x11.3, the regular price of Huf very"special price 01 .'.. 0 ". $ 26.75 which was $115.00, on sale for.................$75.00 Kigelow Bagdad Wilton Rug— 10.6x Bigelow Bagdad Wilton Rug—Size 11.3x12. in beautiful J ei,i ; regular *70. now for. . , . r . * , . «o- cn r ... c!tq7!: t >ne delft blue rug, suitable fur u shades of blue; regular price was S8/.50, for----$59.75 bedroom, si« 10.6x13.6; regular In the same colors, size 10.0x13.6; reg. $95, for.. .$68.75 $89.50, for ...................$ 39.75 <&m 0 \\ U wc ys to F irst showing and Sale of— Women's FineN e wSuits Tailored, semi-tailored and sport effects in all the most asked for of the new shades, also in navy and black and of such splendid materials as wool poplin, wool jersey, gabardines and serges on sale tomorrow for only $ 15.00 S UITS of a quality and style smartness rarely seen under $25—anti only because they were picked up at a price concession can we offer them for so little money. And to start the selling at 9 o'clock to morrow morning there is a complete range of sizes. V____' In the Down Stairs Store Women's Hiking and Outing Suits $3.95 Ideal for the Summer Camping Trip or Sunday Outings, on Sale Friday in the Downstairs Store Of olive drab khaki cloth; made in the belted Norfolk stvle with belt, inverted plaits and pockets; the skirt made in the perfectly plain yoke etfcct, with pockets and button trimmings; just the serviceable, comfortable suits for women and misses recreation and outing wear; in sizes 38 to 44; Friday for only........................... $3.95 Special Sale of White Lawn and Colored Voile Waists, Plain Tailored or Fancy; Regular to $1.25 Value, Friday for 85c In the Down Stairs Store at Hennessy's -/ilk. eption for Ladies Will Be First Number on the Program. tomorrow «ml Saturday will 'I to the ceremonial sessions v s, >miners of Bagdad temple, in J 1 '- member* of several town« ! and concluding the week '<■ celebrations. The enter m 'for the Shriller* will start cuing with a reception to the the visiting and local mem • business and ceremonial ,!S "ill Ik* held tomorrow and '•h\ and the week's events will he Jod to a close Saturday night with ''•id ball at Columbia Gardens, at ' 1 ,,,c Arab p.itrol will give an ex *°n drill. thirty-first and thirty-second de ? conferred today on a class Scottish Bite*. A banquet will *'t'cd for this branch of the Ma frnternity tonight at 7:30 o'clock. deception for Ladies. Crund reception will be held this ui* for the lady friends of the 'j rs °f the Shriners. All are ea , p meet at the Menante temple O I lock and at that time the plans for the next two days will he outlined. If the weather is favorable tomor row the visiting Shriners and their ladies will be entertained with auto mobile lilies to the various points of interest about the city. On Saturday also the visitors will be treated to sightseeing trips and all members of the Shriners who have automobile» are requested to plaee them at th? disposal of the committee. The grand tradi tional banquet will be given tomorrow evening at the Masonic temple at 9 o'clock. Kadosh Ceremonial. I'nder the direction of James G. Cock ing the Butte council of the Knights of Kadosh conferred degree* late yes terday afternoon the following offi cers officiating: ilf , Stephen Pearl Wright, thirty-third degree, preceptor; Robert E. Rundell, thirty-second degree, first substitute preceptor; Adam H. (.opple, thirty-sec ond degree, second substitute preceptor; Janus G. Cocking, thirty-second de gree. chancellor; George F. Shelton, thirtv-second degree, K. C. C.. H, ora tor; ' Elliott B Farnham. thirty-third degree, almoner; Garfield B. Perier. thirtv-second degree, secretary; Fred L. Melcher, thirty-third degree, treas urer: Hart wick E. Johnston, thirly-sec ond degree, master of ceremonies: Thomas J. Bolttho, thirty-second de gree. turcopilier: James W. Alexander, thirty-second degree, draper; Edison C. Baxter, thirty-second degree, first deacon; Donald Gaidar, thirty-second degree, bearer of beausant; William ». Jackson, thirty-second degree, bean* of white standard; Fred P. Young, thirty-second degree, bearer of bnek standard; Earle N. Geuzbcrger, thirty I ! ; j I ! I 1 second degree, lieutenant of the guard; John MacManus, thirty-second degree, tiler; James G. Cocking, director of the work. The follow ing past commanders were recorded on the rojls: Edward V. I Maze, thirty-third degree; Donald B. Gillie*, thirty-second degree. K. C. C. If.; Ernest J. Schwefel, thirty-third degree; John J. Maxwell, thirty-second degree; Thomas McMeekln, thirty I second degree; Hubertus Corkish, thirty-second degree; George T. Wade, thrlty-seeond degree; John Emory Rheim, thirty-second degree; Ashley Walker Morse, thirty-second degree; Gustav A. Meyers, thirty-second de gree. K. C. C. H.; James G. Cocking, thirtv-second degree. The program for Friday and Satur day follows: Friday. May 26, Shrine day. 1 p. m., election of candidates; 2 p. m.. cere monial session; 6 to 9 p. m.. cafeteria luncheon; 9 p. m., big Shrine enter tainment. Saturday, May 26, morning and aft ernoon, entertainment^for the visiting noMes and ladies, sightseeing trips, theaters; 9 p. m., grand ceremonial ball at Columbia Garden*. Patrol exhibi tion drill. NOT TO THAT YET. Ethel—Oh, I'm so happy! George and I have made it up. I,ena—And what day have you fixed upon for your marriage? Ethel—Oh. we haven't quarreled over that yet! BULGARIAN SOCIALISTS WANT NATIONS RESTORED They Oppose Domination Over Countries Conquered Dur ing the War. Stockholm, May 24 (via London).— The restoration of Belgium, Serblu. Montenegro and Rumania was de manded by the Bulgarian socialist delegates in a conference with the Dutch and Scandinavian committee. They also declared themselves In favor of a national reunion of Bulgarians as a step to give permanent tranquillity to the Balkans. The Bulgarian delegates further de clared that the right to settle their own affairs should be extended to all peo ples. such as the Armenians and Poles. They expressed the hope that the problem of Alsace-Lorraine be set tled on these lines. The convocation of a general socialist conference was also advocated. WHAT HUBBY 8AID. Wife—Mercy! What's the matter with your face? You look a* though you had been In a battle. Hub—I was getting shaved by a lady barber when a mouse ran across the floor. CENSORSHIP CLAUSE TO BE DEBATED ONCE MODE Conference is Now Expected to Suggest Amendment to the Espionage Bill. Washington, May 24.—I'nder Presi dent Wilson's personal pressure for a newspaper censorship section in the es; ionage bill, all indications todu\ were that the question would again be taken to the floor of congress for more discussion and another vote. If the conferee*, a* was Indicated to day, report a new censorship section, the house will first debate and vote upon it. If rejected there it* defeat as a part of the espionage measure will be final without necessity for the senate to reconsider the question. When the conferees resume tomor row Senator Overman will offer a sub stitute for the Gard amendment now in the house MIL The Overman pro posal would authorize the president to prescribe rules to prevent disclosure of information regarding military oper ations, but would not prevent criticism of public officials or policies SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BUTTE DAILY POST All the Boy Scout Uniforms Worn in the United States A RE supplied by one maker, and be cause of the unprecedented de mand for Boy Scout equipment, he is far behind with his orders. For this reason our boys' shop, the official dis tributors of Boy Scout uniforms in Butte, must ask the local scouts to wait for their new equipment. We are doing everything in our power to get shipments and hope to shortly announce their arrival. rvwiLi.uti b greatest LStore s jualitg SeiVice anstacnon Boy's Shop, Second Floor. Official Boy Scout Uniforms and Accoutrement*. » --- - -/ilk.