THE MANUFACTURERS* SURPLUS SAß
Practically As Lively As When it Started--This, Too, After Two Weeks of Furious, Steady Seliih,
We've Been Up and At It All the Time-Strengthening and Freshening the Event From Day to |w
STILL THE CENTER OF BARGAIN INTEREST IN BUTTE
SALE SERGE AND PANAMA COATS Smart coats SALE! SAMPLE SILK UNDERSKIRTS
The Assortment Has Been Newly Freshened
THEY ARE GENUINELY WORTH UP TO $22.50
So irenerourtly freshened In thin splendid coat offering that it'a almont
new Item altogether I Women's and misses' new fashionable coats, the mi
terials of which are fine serges, novelty stripe and mixture cloths, etc.; trim- # and a number from smart black-and-white^
ings of the coats include fancy pockets, colored silk collar and gold atitch- check materials; new, attractive empire
High Grade and Styles and Colorings Galore
Serge, Panama and Checks . THEY ARE GENUINELY WORTH UP TO $10.00
Women's and misses' new coats fash
ioned from splendid serges. Panama cloths
not a garment in the selling but what is worth its full value-ranging and belted cfTecta ; some fashioned
to $22.50- now offered in the manufacturers' surplus sale at only satin collar and are smartly trimmed
buttons ; at only FIVE DOLLARS.
Make the most of this silk underskirt bargain extraordinary I It's a sell
ing of a well-known New York maker's showroom sample garments. In
cluding a generous variety of fancies with deep accordion-plaited and tailored
flounces that are finished with hemstitched ruffles ; in the assortment are beau
tiful plaids, charming Dresden patterns and innumerable plain colors and
changeable combinations; the values are truthfully and conservatively stated
at $5.00 up to $10.00; on sale at THREE-NINETY EACH.
SMART NEW SILK FROCKS
T affetas, C repe de Chine, Etc.
Values to $3
Navy blue or black!
Plain back style; are
smartly trimmed with
pockets and buttons;
al nos to 4i . , i at ONE
0Q beige, burgundy.
Navy, Gold, Gray
Mustard Shade—Values to $11.50.
Sale of the choicest sorts,
fashioned from crepe de
chine in plain and fancy fig
ured effects; others made
from a combination of taf
feta and Georgette crepe;
stilt others of novelty stripe,
check and plaid silks; coatee
style with white crepe de
chine skirts; trimmings are
chiefly fancy silk cords,
Georgette collar and vest ef
fects; at EIGHT-NINETY.
SALE! TAFFETA SILK AND CLOTH SUITS
Serges, Gaberdines, Poiret Twills and Wool Poplins
Values $19.50, $24.50, $28.50 and $35.00
It'« the mout wonderful «ilk and rloth Huit offering thua far pre
sented in the hhIc I Women's and inisues' taffeta silk sulta and suits of
surges, gaberdines, Poiret twills and wool poplins in taupe, beige,
French blue, rose, gray, navy blue and black ; trimmings of the suits in
clude fancy colored «mbroiderud designs, fancy pockets, colored silk
collars and cuffs and silk buttons; linings of pussy willow taffetas;
"KORRECT" DRESS SKIRTS
, Poplin, Fine P anama , Etc.
$5 '°° SPECIAL!
NEW SILK WAISTS? ASSORTED WAISTS LINGERIE WAISTS
Marquisette, Seco Cloths, Etc
White and assorted stripe waists in
many styles ; trimmed with lace,
medallions, organdy collar and cuffs ;
valu.-H up to $1.45, special at only
de chine, Habutai and
tub silk waists in
maize, flesh, white,
black and assorted
stripes, plain and
styles; some vest ef
fects ; values to $2.45, * w
ONE THIRTY-NINE'S SEVENTY-NINE CENTS.
Choice new white waists of marquis
ette, lingerie fabrics
and organdies in
many styles 1 Trim
med with embroid
ered collar and
Jabot ; also medal
. lions and laces ; ONE
Blue and Black
and the Choicest of
A special selling on Tues
day of a new shipment of
the celebrated "Korrect"
dress skirts—recognized as
the premier dress skirts in
America at $5.00! Materials
include fine serges, poplins
and Panama cloths; plain
and plaited styles; checks,
plain black and navy; styles
are new, smart and very be
coming; extra special value
at FIVE DOLLARS.
Regular $1 Value
sateen and heather
bloom underskirts in
plain colors and as
sorted Dresdens; extra
special, at SKVKNTY
SALE! jg BOYS' SUITS SET $3.65;SPECIAL! HE'S MEN'S SUITS S
Good Sturdy Double-Breasted Suits for Boys Grouped for a Final and
Resolute Selling on Tuesday—Sizes of the Suits Range From 8 to 17 Years
Parents, look into this! Investigate this suit clearing for boys! It's a final selling of a
group of boys' suits, including pleasing double-breasted affairs fashioned from good sturdy
worsteds, tweeds and cheviots in assorted smart gray and biown mixtures; double-breasted
coats with lined knicker pants; sizes 8 to 17 years; values to $7.50, at THREE SIXTY-FIVE.
NEW "DREADNAUGHT" SUITS ? BOYS' BLUE SERGE SUITS
SIZES FROM 6 TO 18 YEARS
The bent blue serge nuits in Butte for
boys at Heven ninety five l Of high grade!
Latent Norfolk model, including pinch
back.. knife and box plait effects ; nizes
.. 18 _ year * :_they are special at
TWO PAIRS OF LINED PANTS
Still nelling ''Dreadnought" suits with
two pairs of pants for boys at $5.001
Norfolk model c«»«U with three-piece belt;
materials of dependable quality ; patterns
and colors new and pleasing ; sizes G to
17 years: at FIVE DOLLARS.
HELP CELEBRATE IT BY
Be sure to get It at
Symons 1 Get it here from
the only complete stocks of
MEN'S STRAW HATS
In the city ; all the new
shapes in straws and Pana
mas await you at Symons.
Hfl V Tomorrow
COME, BOYS, YOU. TOO,
HELP CELEBRATE IT I
There is no other store In
the town so well able to
satisfy all the needs in
BOYS' STRAW HATS
New turn-down brims, new
telescopes and smart new
Materials, Workmanship, Fit, Finish, Everything About Them of theS
Quality As That You Found In Symons $15 Suits Before the War StM
WE ARE HOLDING FAST TO OLD VALUE STAND
Butte Agency Skolny
Clothes for Boys
$1.50 to $435c to 75c )
Both men's and young men's styles are represented—yes, generously--in the selling;!
breasted, pinch-backs, English models and those designed along conservative lines; uni
include hard and soft finished worsteds and blue serges; patterns and color effects I
in a seemingly endless range of those most in favor in 1917; gray and white mixtured
dark gray and dark brown mixtures, blue and white pin stripes, black and brown i
plain grays and browns—STOUTS, REGULARS AND SLIMS, ALL SIZES. Most sun
up to $20.00 for very much the same suits; priced at Symons at FIFTEEN DOLLARSEI
DECORATION-DAY FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND BOYS AT A SAVING
BOYS' DANDY SHIRTS
Sizes 12 to 14VirI Military collar af
fairs ; made from cveam color twill, blue
ehmbrw Mid nnaorted fancy Hhirtingn;
at FIFTY CENTS.
foYS' SPORT BLOUSES
The well-known "Bell" make! Stripe«
and figure« ; alao white with fanry collar ;
can be adjusted to military style ; great
at SIXTY-FIVE CENTS.
MEN'S 35c BLACK SILK
LISLE SOCKS AT 25c
Make the mont of thin great special nock
offering l Men's nilk lisle socks in black
only ; double heels and toe« ; fast black ;
priced everywhere at 86c a pair ; at 25c.
LARGEST LINE OF NECK
WEAR IN BUTTE AT 50c
We are showing the Urgent line of wid«
& open-end silk four-in-hand ties in Butte for
men at 50c I Plaids, stripes, checks and
other fancy patterns ; every color ; at 50c.
MEN'S "LAST-LONG" UNION
SUITS AT $1.00
Fine balbriggan union suits for men I
The celebrated "Lant-Long" make In ecru
or whit«; long or short sleeve style; knee,
three-quarter or full lengths; special, $1.00.
SHIRTS AT $1.25
Laundered and soft French cuff styles I
Materials of the shirts Include good grade
of percale and Madras cloth ; and are dis
played in a variety of new patterns ; $1.2$.
BOYS' GOLF SHIRTS
Extra special value 1 Coat style golf
shirts for boys ; white collars may be
worn with them ; all new patterns ; at
NEW WHITE BLOUSE^
Boys' new white Mod res blouses : made
with military collar and tapeless ; all finely
finished ; they are specially priced at only
: gg gWlSTS**«l
Ministers Hold Last Regular
Meeting of Present
The last regular meeting of the
season of the Silver Bow Ministerial
association today was signalized by
the adoption of resolutions commend
ing Secretary of War Baker for the
elimination of saloons and immoral
houses from soldiers' training camps;
President Wilson for his position on
prohibition of the use of grain for the
manufacture of liquor, suggesting also
that grain should not be shipped to
Europe for the manufacture of liquor,
and United States Attorney B. K.
Wheeler for his decision to prosecute
to the limit all Infringements of the
regulation forbidding the sale of li
quor to soldiers.
The organization will hold a special
short session next Monday to hear a j
report from the program committee of i
a proposed picnic. Progress was re
ported In the Deaconess hospital
movement. Rev. F. A. T. Corneliussen ■
gave a paper on "The Love of God, ,
How Displayed." The members ex- j
pressed their pleasure at the ap- |
proachlng visit of Dr. Newell Dwight
Hlllis on June 4 In behalf of the Lib
erty loan movement. Rev. D. N. An
Edward Ybarra today secured a divorce from
Lydia Ybarra on the ground of desertion. The
couple were married in this city, Nov. 9, 1912.
The plaintiff says that his wife deserted him
without cause. Attorney James T. Fitzgerald
represented the plaintiff.
Fifty Men Will Be Summoned
From Towns Adjacent
Federal Judge George M. Bourquin
today ordered 50 names drawn from
the list of ellgibles for service as
grand Jurors to report at Helena on
June 15. The names will be drawn
from the list of ellgibles living in towns
along the railroad from Helena to
Garrison, from Helena to Craig on the
Great Northern, from Helena to Town
send on the Northern Pacific and
from Helena to Boulder on the Great
Northern. The grand Jury selected
from the 60 will investigate some 65
cases, alleging violations of federal
statutes to be presented -by the United
States district attorney. A majority
of these cases charge bootlegging, al
though one case charging murder on a
reservation, and another alleging theft
of $10,000 from the registered malls at
Billings, will he proved.
Trial of the suit of I.aura Boomer
against James IT. Rowe to collect a
deficit resulting from sale of lands on
which a mortgage was foreclosed was
completed In the federal court this
morning. Rowe was sued as secre
tary of the Salmon I«and company,
mortgagor, and $5,000 was demanded.
The case was submitted and briefs
will bo filed later.
Trial of the suit of David W. Symons
against Relever & Brown, an action
for a partnership accounting and dis
tribution of the profits resulting from
the sale of lots In the Floral Park ad
dition, was started this afternoon.
IS BUHE'S SHIRE
Local Bankers Start Campaign
for Subscriptions to the
(Continued from Page One.)
portion to the population than any
other city, and that therefore In view
of the fact that assurance of security
of the Investment is largely responsi
ble for this, Butte should be well rep
resented in subscriptions for bonds,
which afford the same security as is
afforded postal depositors.
Details of the bond Issue, together
with the plan for purchasing them, will
be gladly explained by every banker
and every bank employe In Butte.
Postmaster Goodwin, too, is putting
forth extra effort to the end that no
one need hesitate for lack of informa
tion concerning the bonds.
Posters are being displayed In all
of the hanks' and in many of the stores
urging purchase of the bonds.
I-oral bankers point out the ad
vantages of the non-tuxable feature of
the Liberty loan bonds. Under pres
ent rates of taxation they say that
bonds are equivalent to ordinary cor
porate bonds or other Investments
bearing 6 4 per cent. In addition no
federal tax, which war conditions may
later make necessary, will affect these
bonds. The only tax they are subject
to Is the inheritance tax, which ap
plies to all property.
Postmaster Sells Bonds.
The government recently has issued
a call to postmasters to assist in sell
ing bonds. Postmaster Goodwin will
accept subscriptions Just the same as
the local banks. Bonds will be Issued
in denominations of from $50 to $1,000,
and 2 per cent of the amount sub
scribed must accompany each applica
tion. In other words, $1 Is deposited
with an application for a $50 bond;
$2 for a $100 bond; $10 for a $500 bond
and $20 for a $1,000 bond.
Time to Pay for Them.
Completion of payments on the bond
is extended over a period ending Aug.
30, a certain percentage being re
quired upon specified dates in the
One especial advantage no other
bonds, national, state, municipal or
corporate, have is that if the United
States during the continuance of the
war shall issue other bonds at a higher
rate of Interest, holders of Liberty
bonds have the right to exchange them
for l>onds hearing the higher rate of
interest, dollar for dollar.
Will Help Employes to Buy.
In order that all employes may par
ticipate Immediately in the Liberty
loan, Armour & Co. are formulating a
plan permitting outright purchase on
government terms or on a weekly pay
ment basis, according to announce
ment received today at the company's
local branch. "We wish to make it
easy for Armour employes to manifest
their loyalty to the government to such
an extent us their circumstances will
permit, ' says the announcement.
Posters in Windows.
''• v ®ry bank and shop window in the
United States is to display posters.
Designs for these posters have been
approved and delivery started today,
the slight delay being due to the litho
graphie work necessary to produce the
colors. These posters will feature an
animated picture of the Qoddess of
Liberty, leaning forward, eyea ablaze,
finger pointed, saying to every passer
by: "You buy a liberty bond lest I
The national colors predominate in
this poster. The figure of Liberty is
draped in green. A million of these
posters will be distributed.
Emblazoned on Billboards.
Two full-size display sheets have
been prepared for 11,000 billboards In
the United States which have been
contributed by the Autdoor Advertis
ing association. One of these shows
Uncle Sam looking very earnestly and
pointing his finger to emphasize his
command, saying: "You buy a Llberty
loan bond; I'll do the rest." The com
panion sheet of this one will show
Uncle Sam grasping the lapel of a
man's coat—the man representing the
mnnhood of America—and exclaiming:
"Where Is your button?" "Buy a
Liberty bond, sir," is another exhorta
tion. The posters will contain In ad
dition a reproduction of the Liberty
bond button, beneath which will be
written. "Only buyers of bonds may
wear this button."
Ads in Street Cars.
Striking carda, advertising the Lib
erty loan bonds, will appear in street
cars in 3,200 citie^ and towns in all
parts of the country, without cost to
the government. They are being fur
nished by the Street Railways Adver
tising company of New York and the
Eastern Street Railways Advertising
company of Boston.
The Outdoor Advertising association,
through the O. J. Gude company- and
others, is placing free in different
cities of the country Illuminated elec
tric signB calling attention to the Lib
erty loan bonds.
Reproductions of these paper sheets
will he painted on 5.000 metal bill
boards contributed by the Thomas
Cusack Advertising company.
To Remind Movie Fans.
Beginning the latter part of this
week every "movie fan" in the United
States will be reminded on every reel
or every film In every moving; picture
theater in the country to "Buy a Lib
erty loan bond." A Liberty loan bond
"trailer" will flash before millions of
eyes every day. This work Is to be
done by the National Association of
the Motion Picture Industry, without
cost to the grovernment.
A Liberty loan scenario la to be pro
duced also without cost to the gov
ernment, as soon as possible, with an
''all-star" cast beyond the previous
dreams of any dramatic or motion pic
ture producer. Stage and screen stars
of the first magnitude have volunteered
for service and men and women ac
customed only to stellar roles will ap
pear In the most insignificant parts.
New York. May 28.—John D. Rocke
feller today subscribed another $5.000,
000 to the Liberty loan. This makes
$15.000,000 worth of the bonds taken
AGED STONECUTTER DEAD.
Robert A. Kitchtn, aged 68, a resi
dent of Butte for 30 years, died this
morning at the family residence, 1953
South Montana street. Kltchin was a
stonecutter and probably one of the
first in the state. He is survived by
his wife in Butte and one brother in
Connecticut. The funeral will be held
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
Duggan's undertaking parlors. Inter
ment will be made in the Mount
The funeral of Miss Celina Trudeau,
daughter of Mrs. Belle Trudeau of this
city, who died at Redding, Cal., a few
days ago, was held this afternoon at
the Richards funeral parlors. Rev. J.
H. Mitchell officiated, and interment
was made In Mount Moriah cemetery.
Frank Wilson Told l y
Wanted His Fri«*1
Be Patriotic' 1
For stealing a ljuncli «fj* 1 !
ican flags. whlch h * * . ,
tribute to his Mend*
Frank Wilson **'"'*4
night and thl.
county jail for a
•■I wanted to .« »
display Hags.".* a , 0 d ,teall6»j
"I didn't Intend to at«|
to pay. when I « .'
time I believe that J
display colors. 8 tw *l
According to * * *«
man at Hie count? '
News Stand. ho»e (jr ,1
Intention of P a! * w Jo*jl
claimed, he had T
ha john Kalla wai'
>'<* " k RfleV
Frank K»«- f0 „ n tT M
were sent to th f u;U 1
days, being *H ait 1
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