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Wlials Lett I OF THAT = Refinished Furniture Will Be on SALE Tomorrow It seemed as if every body in Butte attend ed our great sale of refinished furniture today. The store was crowded all day with eager buyers == = s SHINER Will Pay Spot Cash for Good Used Furniture Or will exchange your used furniture for new goods. No matter how large the quantity, we pay highest cash prices. Phone and we will send our special estimator. Buy Your Screen Doors, Win dow Screens and Poultry Netting at Headquarters— That's Shiner's SCREEN DOORS || Extra well finished and == best grade screen used in E= the construction. Prices EE start as low 1 ■ ; J ; $1.251 Adjustable Window Screen, Prices Start at 35c A great variety to select from; all sizes carried in stock. Priced as tfj I low as .... 35c I EE only POULTRY NET TING 100 square feet of extra good quality poultry net ting for ........ 75c 0XMAN IS AGAIN HELD FOR THE_HIGHER COURT Ban Francisco, May 2ft. Frank C. Oxman, leading witness in a murder trial which brought death sentence to Thomas J Mooney, was held today by Judge Mathew Brady in the police court here to answer in the superior court to charge of attempted sub ornation of perjury. Bail of $1,000 was furnished. Mooney's cose was appealed. MILITARY PAPERS FOUND IN A GUNNY SACK San Francisco, May 28.—A gunny sack containing United States army instructions and regulations was found under a viaduct and turned over to the police by a small hoy here today. All the books were loaned by the war department to "Lieutenant" (now captain) Frank S. (Mark, Coast artillery corps Captain Clark's pres ent station is Fort Morgan. Ala. Manuals on submarine activity and other documents strapped together with personal effects of the officer were in the sack. HEARING ON INCREASE IN RATES ON JUNE H The bearing on the request of the railroads for an increase of 15 per cent on rates on intra-state traffic will be held on July 14 at Helena. miNE M STREET mr DEW CHINEE B. A. & P. Ready to Move if ' Street Car Service Can Be Provided. ; Whether the Rutte, Anaconda and ! Pacific Railway company will be in a position to move its passenger busi * ness to the Milwaukee depot Friday, June 1, is a matter that is being scri ! ously considered by officials at the present time. It Is pointed out that Montana street is now being paved J and the street car rails will have to be , taken up and service on that line will he seriously interrupted for at least a month while there will not be any I service, at least on parts of the line. I for ten days at a stretch, because cars I are not permitted to run o\er rail3 j that are newly set in cement. According to the present arrange ments for the transfer the Milwaukee will handle the local end of the Ik A. & P. passenger business, but Agent Wallace w ill continue to handle all ar rangements for picnics and special trains. His office will be located at the old depot, and from that point the general business, with the exception of ! the selling of tickets and the opera tion of trains, will be conducted. That more street cars will be neces sary on the Montana street line when ; the B. A. P. passenger business is I transferred to the Milwaukee depot is .admitted by all. Passenger trains be tween Hutte and Anaconda carry from 50 to 100 people on each train, and the groat majority of those people use : street car sen ice. Within tlie next duy or two definite announcement will he made of the transfer of the passen - ! ger business from the Utah avenue depot to the Montana street depot If satisfactory arrangements for handling ! the increased traffic can be made by the street car company while the Mon tana street paving is in progress. BUTTE II BRIEF Miss Mildred B. Brown has gone to Chicago, routing over the Short Une la Denver. Miss Brown is a teacher in the schools at Columbus. Two of lier associates. Miss Helen Everette and Miss Rutli Cunningham, also left for the east at the same time, the for mer for St. Paul and the latter for I Colorado Springs. D. E. Crawford, H. E. Holland, A I E. Serlght, E. IT. Haulpt, J. Mondloch, 1 H. E. Hansen and J. A. Goff leave j tonight «>n the Short Line for San Francisco, where they will join the j hospital corps of the United States j navy. They are recruits secured yes terday in Butte by Dr. Davis of the •[Bremerton hospital. Attorney Peter Breen and several j members of Butte Miners' union No. 1, who were witnesses, have returned from Dead. S P.. where the case of j Charles H. Moyer for possession of the Miners' Union hall at Deadwood was [tried earl> last week. The derision of the court is expected in about ten day.«. W. S. Saunders of Missoula and J C. North of Butte, agents of the Wells Fargo Express company, have gone ♦.( Seattle to attend the funeral of J. W ! Hill, a prominent official of the com pany. who died Wednesday at Port i land. ! Re W. •rdan and Rev ( . Wolfe exchanged pulpits last evening as a surprise for their i ongregation Rev. Jordan spoke on "New 'Testament Ideas Perpetuated," and Rev. Wolfe tin "The Quest of the Glorious Vision." ; M. M. Donoghue, president of Hie Montana Federation of Labor, returned yesterday from Dillon, where he w is instrumental in organizing a Carpen ters ami a Federal l,abor union. Miss Rutii Covington. Miss M. Gene vieve Taylor, both teachers in the Dil lon grade schools, leave tomorrow night on the Milwaukee for Chicago, St. lands and Taylorsville, lnd. Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Thorne, who ; have been attending the G. A. R. en campment in this city for the past week, returned to their homo in Hei na Saturday afternoon. Patrick Murray, Joseph McCotterand Michael Hogan were passengers on the Milwaukee Saturday evening for N York. They may go later to Buenos j Aires. I William Charles McKeon, Louis Kit toek and Evan Daniel Thomas left last night on the Milwaukee for Portland where they will Join the navy. The monthly meeting of the Wendell Phillips circle of the Parent-Teachei association will be held tomorrow aft ernoon at the school. Eagles' Social club dance Monday May 28. at Eagles' hall.— Adv. William Bowen and Miss Flora Dee of Salmon, Ida., were married Friday by Rev. L. A. Wilson at 2524 Nettie street. Where is the Mint saloon? —Adv. WRITING LETTERS Ik a necessity and it becomes a pleas ure when you use Rood stationery. We have the very best in hox paper, pound paper, typewriter paper, cor respondence cards, tablets, envelopes, note books, address books. calling cards, pens, pencils, inks, paste. glue, mucilaKe, sealing wax. seals, desk pins, paper fasteners, letter files and everything in the line of Stationen* at The P. O. News Stand. 25 W. Park St. —Adv. LEAVES FOR ALASKA. Frank Hoyle, son of Joe Boyle and nephew of the late Frank Dolan, who died in this city, left last night for Seattle,. where he will take a steamer on June 1 for Nome. Alaska. Mr. Boyle is going to Alaska to assume charge of the mining property of Mr. Dolan, and expects to remain for an indefinite period unless summoned home. Saturday the young man reg istered and declared that he stood ready to answer the call of his country at any time. r Quality nnt" Stoft iiiimmiiiimiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiii Qontlnuinfi Th« "Quality First" store Thejune $ June Accounts Now Open Selling Starts at 9 a. m. Second Floor IIIIHWlC ( June flcc ounfs^VoivQ^ Selling Starts at 9 a.i Second Floor THE YEAR'S SUPREME EVEN' In the Selling ofUndergarments and Corsets tor Women Here arc mentioned but a very few of the wonderful bargains which are now being of f er ed. The assortments art, most complete, with thousands of dollars* worth of beautiful crisp lingerie. r. Women's Night Robes WOMEN S MUSLIN GOWNS—In the favored slip-over and high-neck styles, nicely finished and trimmed with lace and embroidery; regular and extra sizes. Special.........48C WOMEN'S MUSLIN GOWNS—Of the finest quality muslin in slip-over and high-neck styles, trimmed with fine laces and embroidery; regular and extra sizes. Special... 89«ft WOMEN'S NIGHTGOWNS—Of fine nainsook or pink ba tiste, with elaborate yokes of shadow or Val. lace embroid ery; also beautiful imported gowns with Filipino hand-em broidered trimmings. Special....................81.95 WOMEN'S NIGHTGOWNS—Of fine quality muslin or nain sook, elaborately trimmed front and back with laces and embroidery; including also Filipino hand-made and hand embroidered gowns; regular and extra sizes........S2.49^y Petticoats Women's Petticoats of muslin in good practical styles with scalloped edges and lace flounces, special 89^ Women's Petticoats of muslin, pique or sateen, splendidly made in regular or extra sizes, finished with scalloped edges and lace embroidery flounces. Special ................... $1.19 Women's Petticoats of a fine quality muslin or pink batiste, with deep flounces of Val. lace or embroidery, special .................$2.49^-*' EXTRA SPECIAL Corset Covers Women's Corset Covers of a good quality muslin nice ly trimmed in lace and em broidery, special......19<^ Women's Corset Covers in regulation and half sleeve styles, made up on fine nain sook or muslin with lace or embroidery trimmings, spe cial ...... ........... 48tf ^ Children's Lingerie ^ CHILDREN'S KNICKERS AND DRAWERS— Of good, durable muslin, trimmed with dainty tucks and laces; sizes 4 to 12 years. . • IOC CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS -Drawer and waist combinations of a heavy, serviceable quality; sizes 4 to 12 years. Special... 29c CHILDREN'S BLOOMERS—Of heavy white satin or muslin, very well made and nicely fin ished, with elastic knee; sizes 4 to 12 years. Special price is........................29C CHILDREN'S NIGHTGOWNS—Of fine mus lin or dainty crepe in slip-over and high-neck styles, with attractive trimmings of laces and embroidery; sizes 4 to 14 years..........59c' CHILDREN'S PRINCESS SLIPS—Of fine muslin in a good summer weight, trimmed with embroidery and laces; sizes 4 to 16 years. I Specially priced at ..................81.19 i 0"- ^ CORSETS AT $3.79 MADAME LYRA, FROLASET AND CONNELL SPECIAL CORSETS—In a great large assortment of the newest fashionable models in plain and fancy materials. In this sale are models especially designed for all figures stout, slender and medium- In pink or white, front or back closing. Regular values to $8.50 for only...................$3.79 CORSETS AT $1.45 AMERICAN LADY, FROLASET. NADIA AND CONNELL'S SPECIAL CORSETS- Of brocade, coutil and batiste in splendidly designed and constructed models for every type of figure. Included also in this assortment is a special summer "Sport" corset of tricot in small sizes only. Many of the styles have elastic gussets in bust and skirt: front and back closing styles. Regular to ?4 for............. $1.45 FANCY NEW BRASSIERES In Pussy Willow silk, allouer embroidery, shadow lace und crepe de chine and Cluny lace combinations; shown in pink and while; sizes 92 to 52, in hook front and cross back styles. Regular *3 value for $1.3» r Drawers and Bloomers WOMEN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS—Of a good, durable quality, nicely finished with lace and embroidery trimmings, iu open or closed styles, special....................................... WOMEN'S BLOOMERS—Of a nice quality erepe, in pink and white, splenidly made, special................................. WOMEN'S BLOOMERS—Of dainty seco silk or batiste, shown in pink only, with hand-embroidery finish, special..........89c Sale Fine Silk Lingerie! KAYSER SILK CAMISOLES —Of a fin quality. madera^E dainty lace and ribbon trimmed styles; in pirik and »hixl Specially priced at .............................81 lj| KAYSER SILK VESTS—With nearly finished tailored ty crochet tops, full length, shown in flesh and white. 81,fll CREPE DE CHINE ENVELOPE CHEMISE - With beantiwl hand-embroidered fronts and delicate lace yokes; shown a pink only. Special.................. 8195| ENVELOPE CHEMISE — Of soft crepe de chine, satin or 1*1 Kayser silk, beautifully finished with lace yokes, ribb*| and hemstitching. Special........... §32}| FINE DRESS PETTICOATS -Of crepe de chine or *j|| habutai silk, in the daintiest straight and ruffle styles, fivl ished with elaborate trimmings of ribbon and laces, m\ Combinatioi Women's Combinations— Servi« skirt and drawer combinations oil good quality muslin, special. I Women's Combinations of finei lin with attractive trimmings of \ ^ and embroidery, in shirt and draw styles. Special ........... $1.8 Women's Combinations of a quality nainsook, splendidly and beautifully trimmed with! Val., shadow and linen laces, i at ........................$31 Envelope Chemises ENVELOPE CHEMISES Ot muslin in repl lar and extra sizes; nicelv made and finiiW with lace and embroidery trimming*.....(oH ENVELOPE CHEMISES— 01 muslin or put batiste, finished with hand embroider; ■"U deep yokes of embroidery or laces— $L**| IMPORTED CHEMISES Filipino hand-rrük I and hand-embroidered envelope chemises, wj made from a choice quality Japanese nain J with scalloped edges and elaborate!) ered yokes. Special ...... REGULATION CHEMISES Filipino, tac tic and French chemises of the finest Q"' 1 I in great, wide assortments of finish * n ' I min,,; tte regular prices J FLAN TO »MATE Lincoln Post No. 2 Will Hold Celebration in the City Auditorium. Memorial day will he fittingly cele brated in Butte Wednesday. Not only will the members of Lincoln post No. 2, Grand Army of the Republic, dec orate the graves of 200 veterans buried in Butte, hut there also will he a mon ster Memorial day celebration in the City Auditorium. Gen. Charles S. Warren as chair man of the committee on arrangements spent the entire day in preparing a Memorial day program. This will be submitted to the members of the Lin coln post for their approval at a meet ing in the post's quarters In the courthouse tonight. Flowers to the value of $400 or $500 and sufficient to decorate the grave of every civil war veteran, have been do nated by Columbia Gardens. Whether there will iSe a formal parade or whether the old-timers will simply ride to the cemeteries, will be decided at tonight's meeting. General Warren declared today that the old tiniers will gather at the courthouse Wednesday morning and either parade or informally inarch to the street cars. At the cemeteries, the ritualistic serv ices of the order will precede the dec oration of the graves. The Memorial day services will take place at the Auditorium either in the afternoon or evening. The exact hour will be decided upon tonight. Former Mayor Joseph Corby, a member of the Spanish war veterans, will preside at the services and Attorney Peter Breen, a member of the Sons of Veterans, will deliver the Memorial day address. It is the intention of General War ren and the oo- workers on the com mittee to make the Memorial day ob servation as Impressive as in years gone by. While the ranks of the Lin coln Post have been gradually reduced by death until there are only a score and half members left, the few re maining are showing the old-time en thusiasm. General Warren's co-workers on the committee on arrangements are: Simon Hauswirth, commander of the depart ment of Montana; C. P. Brlnton, post commander; Charles S. Shoemaker, post adjutant, and E. L. Kellogg. BIG PROFITS OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC San Francisco. May 28.—The South ern Pacific company made *1,2*7.907 more clear profit tn April of this year than in the same month a year ago, according to the company's balance sheet made public here todav. "SPUGGED." Print I-adv—1 want a useful present *°ï.m> nephew in the trenches. Tobacconist—Pipe? Tobacco pouch? Cigarettes? Prim Lady No. He has plenty of —Puncli V * ' OU a " J PrCUy aBh,ra - v8 '-' THE BUTTE DAILY POST T*0STS YOU ON THE NEWS THEME WHITING FOR ROOSEVELTTO COME Clemenceau Writes to Wilson Appealing to Him to Send the Colonel. Paris, May 28.—Former Premier Clemenceau, in an open letter, appeals to President Wilson to send over Colo nel Roosevelt and "his companions.'' M. Clemenceau says: "To invade France at the present hour there is a name which represents, by I know not what force of intui tion, the beauty of America's interven tion—it is that of Roosevelt. You are too much a philosopher not to know* that great popular leaders have in fluenced men out of all proportion to their own renl value, by the intangible atmosphere of legend which has formed around them. "Whatever may be the reasons and without attempting to analyze the phenomenon I yield to the imperious need to tell you that the name of . iiur countfT S Roosevelt U " »n time a legendary P®«* • uff an enormen.- error in lect a far * e which ^ to make il"«' as s< * h I It*Jr ■•We have leaned American unit h« jr.tt However, y ■ shou ' 0» • 'ident that more "Vj if" chevronned t nllu . .gut* in an astonished Roosevel t I 110111 _____■ Harold has ontmted the ^, crew at his ' man and a 'en g ... ne - does not like to ont c! >* Mr McCormick, or to Florida hotel rate in , his oKfljjJ took advantage o( " the bill Ire .«••»«* . ^ j Mr. McCormick, h M ** out a murmur ™ hJS «»j folded the receipt ,,j got • ••By the way. ha ' e 1 cent stamps?" „ „«I s* "Yes. sir," sard ?'***£. many would V®"