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Probably Two Hundred Suits in All, Including Both Men's and Young Men's Spring Styles and Averaging Better in Every PartiTT'
Any Other SUITS You Will Likely Find in Butte at Prices Ranging Up to $20.00~SALE STARTS TODAY /kMMNts *
THE BEST CLOTHING BARGAINS THUS FAR THIS YEARl-^
SEE THE
Dark Gray Mixture Suita
in three-button model with
soft roil lapel ; new Spring
style in the "Beltsac" ef
fect ; sale at
WINDOWS

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ton kv,î;. *»"
yp**" ot Only NINETY-EK
■ CENTS.
Let no man who wants modest priced clothes miss such an opportunity as this! Briefly, it's the best clothing bargain announced in Butte this sea
son! Brand new Spring garments, including both men's and young men's styles; materials, patterns and color effects are varied and pleasing; garments
are splendidly tailored and are made to fit. There's a full range of sizes—a garment to fit everv build and fit it properly; values are up to
' $20.00; they are specially priced at only THIRTEEN SIXTY-FIVE.
Splendid corduroy
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the town ;
J K * The best corduroy , UTO fll
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ffHE BÈSTTïtRDiisôr
Spring Suits of hard finish
'd worsted in a dark brown ;
tonaervntlve model for the
Qtan modewt in his taste ;
priced in this Hale at
Blue Suits with blue stripe; English Model, fashioned ! Plain Blue Serge Suits in
material is a heavy Spring j from blue and white mixture I conservative model ; 3-button
weight worsted and the i material ; soft finish ; patch ! style, with soft roll lapel ;
model is cut on conservative ; pockets ; smart and new ; ex- j slims, stouts and regulars ;
lines ; in this sale at i relient quality and cheap at ! specially priced at
Conservative Model, fash
ioned from hard finished
worsted in black and white
pin stripe pattern ; new
for Spring, sale price
$13.651 $13.651 $13.65 1 $13.651 $13.65. $13.65
In the Country, Special
Come in .lrab, tan and
made with culT b .it.....
fh 'P ° n «le .......aria*.
WOMEN'S SILK HOSE B
ARGAIN ATTRACTIONS IN THE MAIN AISLES
French LAMB Mi
mm 4% ALSO FIBER SILK HOSE IN ALL A
THE WANTED COLORS A
□Uu FULLY WORTH 65c ! J
Women's pure silk and new fiber silk hoe« 1 *
made with fine gauge lisle garter top and ILsie P
toe and sole ; come in all the w mi ted street and ! nn
evening shade* ; at FIFTY CENTS.
Phoenix Silk Hose for ä Miesen' nnd Children'« E
women. Made with lisle * Hose of fine ribbed lisle |i
garter top, lisle Hole, j and may be had in ■■
it 25c F û n 7v Rlbbo . n * D- JrkiM Fr ' ntb ? A«-nn
U all-silk up to six OVC Face Powder in all /Yl «p 1 .UU Handbr.gs of black
he* wide; assorted designs in tints; one of the «greatest favorites ! leather; silk and leather lined - as
■»aSrSW jlîmîTiSÀ-K" " "'"'J SSfRBfflE —
t50c ns At79c «va : Atwzsara.'ss
""JÄ ^ other materiaU in assorted light i, ailk poplin and taffeta in assortv
ns. special at I 11TY CENTh. ^ shades; values to $1.60; at 79c. stripes, checks, plain colors; $1.25
0MPERS, COATS, ETC., FOR LITTLE TOTS
COME IN HI K Avn ,v
WHITE: SMART AND Sew - (Hfl
FULL $2 VALUE flj
A spécial Helling: of , W| ,, .
lamb i„ ......, ty]|iiJ M
In Mark anil m white: all ,i w
value at ONE-FIFTY PAIR. 1
women ! ' A SfTîSi.ibU *
quality and conn- in
ivory, gray or white: strie - ijlJl
embroidered back . spe- truti'n»
$ 1,75
j Women's French Kid Gkn«|
N) A wonderful glove valu, | , —1 ,
kid gloves that are P. K. v.r u. 1
French Kid gloves; all'.rs hr.nl,
special at TWO-FIFTY PAIR.
heel and b»e ; all new ' black, in tan and In
shoe shades ; extra spe- 1 white : placed on sale at ' A
ôni, va !'".* t ...80c ©piiT"*. 25c t
Women's $1.50 Fancy Silk Hose $1.25
Very choice! Woffien's fancy ailk hose with A
lisle garter top, lisle sole, heel and' toe ; all new **
stripe« in all colors; an extra special value J 1 '
at only ONE TWENTY-FIVE. ftt
f 7C_ Children'« Rompers
Hi iJC In beach and regu
ion styles ; made from chambray
1 gingham ; 2 to 6 years ; special
SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
i. OC Children's Dresses in
French, Empire and
Idy styles ; made from chum
y, gingham, etc.; 1 to 6 years;
EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS.
OAf-QC., "Kover.ll -- Play
^ Suits of denim and
! galatea ; come in all the wanted
colors ; «izes 1 to 8 years ; at only
EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS.
j A t €1 Ch » dr * n, ' , Hat8
! ^ V ^ •vv/ i n fancy trim
1 med and tailored styles ; Milans,
i straws and piques ; special at ONE
w fifty EACH.
$ Af €1 B °y B ' w * Bh suit*
1 .UVJ in "Oliver Twist,'
"Middy" and belted Norfolk styles
made from linene, gingham, etc. ;
to 6 'wars; at ONE-FIFTY.
Jy t $4 Chl,d "'''* Coats
in 8i7.es 1 to
years ; black-and-white shephen
checks with black velvet collar ; ai
^ FOUR-FIFTY.
SALE! WOMEN'S FANCY SILK SUIT
SALE! MEN'S SHIRTS " 90c
SHANE'S FINE\
UNION SUITS
In Ecru and Silver
Gray; All the Sizes;
Best in OÇ
Ameriea.. «J> 1
Closed crotch ; pearl
buttons ; elastic shoul
der with Improved
lap seam ; elastic col
larette ; improved
cuffs at wrist and
Sample« nnd broken lines grouped for a final Belling! Neg
ligee shirts in military and regular collar styles; twills, sol
settes, mohairs, stripe sateens, madras and fancy percales ; some,
too, of light-weight French flannels ; values to $2.00 ; specially
priced at NINETY CENTS EACH.
Boys' Dandy Shirts 50c* Boys' Golf Shirts 75c
I ncluding T affetas, Poplins and Jerseys;
'STYLISH STOUTS
SUITS
Values Up
to $50.00
A big and generous assortment! An assortment practically new! Women's and misses
" fancy silk suits, including a variety of styles fashioned from taffeta silks and others from
jerseys and silk poplins; beautiful novelty belted effects trimmed with large collar, fancy
pockets, embroidered designs, silk braids and buttons. Color range embraces pearl gray, rose,
beige, emerald green, navy blue and, of course, black; values range to $50, special at $25
* — ■
Size« 12 to 14 4 I Military
collar affairs ; made from
cream color twill, blue chatn
bray and assorted fancy tthirt
FIFTY CENTS.
ExtrH Hpecial value I Coat
style golf shirts for boys ; white
collars may be worn with them ;
patterns; Hpecial at
$ 35.00
Special Value
SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Boys' Sport Blouses 65c New White Blouses 75c
Ihe well-known Bell" make! | Boy» - new white madraa
Mripes and figures; also white 1 blouses; made with military
with fancy collar ; can be ad- : collar and tapeleaa ; all finely
ciYTV nvp mi Üpw , r D tityle: at ^ finished ; specially priced at only
SIXTY-FIVE CENTS. ertn-v-rv CVP onvm.«
New, becoming models in tailored and
demi-tailored models fashioned from
Poiret twills; smartly trimmed with
braid nnd buttons. Positively the great
est suit values we have yet offered to
women of large build this season ; spe
cial at THIRTY-FIVE DOLLARS.
0HCE MORE! WOMEH'S CLOTH S SILK Sll
SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
Taffetas, Serges, Gaberdines, Poiret Twills and Poplins
The offering was made practically new again with the addition of 250 brand new suits on
Thursday! A new line of women's and misses'suits, including fancy silk taffeta suits, wool
jersey suits, gaberdine suits, fine serge suits, fancy check and novelty mixture suits; high waist
and ripple effects; belted and demi-tailored models; silk trimmed pockets; other trimmings in
clude colored silk collars, embroidered, silk braids, buttons; light or dark colors; val to $35, at
MISTS rowTHEpgS^/
SALE! SE NEW WHITE HATS AND BLACK HATS £55 $3.70
White Tagles, White Hemps, White leghorns, Black Milans. Beautiful New Black Lisérés s' ----v
HATS' ? Iack . ha,s . and . whit e hats—all artistically and strikingly trimmed for Summer wear! ^ GIRLS' NEW HATS'
Stylish and Dressy
''GIRLS' NEW
In Youthful Styles
At $1.25 GlrI ''
1 dressy styles; fashioned from
laces and plain braids ; neatly trim
med with hands or ribbon ; special
^atj
ONE TWENTY-FIVE.
White Tagles, White Hemps, White leghorns, Black Milans, Beautiful New Black Liseres
Black hats and white hats—all artistically and strikingly trimmed for Summer wear!
Every hat brand new! It's a sale of just forty new conceptions, including white tagles
and hemps, with Georgette facing and trimmings of flowers and gross-grain ribbons;
also white Leghorns, becomingly trimmed with Georgette, flowers and ribbons; also
black Milans and Liseres, in rolling brim and flat brim sailor styles with trimmings of
wheat and gross-grain ribbons; many, many styles; worth $6.50. On sale at Sq 70
THREE SEVENTY THREE SEVENTY THREE SEVENTY
hats fashioned from lace braids,
hemp and Milan ; sport styles and
dress styles ; variously trimmed ; at
ONE NINETY-FIVE.
y
H STS for the f
COIL OCCUPIES
Users Are Urged to Procure
Winter Supply During
the Summer.
No question of the day, the war ex
cluded, is occupying more attention
among transportation companies than
the coal conditions. Daily letters, ad
vices and circulars are being received
by the local officials, urging the im
portance of all users of coal, for do
mestic and manufacturing purposes, to
make their purchases during the sum
mer months so that railway cars may
he available for hauling grain, lum
ber and similar commodities in the
fall, as well as for emergency pur
poses for the government.
This morning L. B. Woods of the
Great Northern received another spe
cial notice. Issued by H. H. Brown,
general freight agent at St Paul,
In which attention is again drawn
to the importance of taking care
of the supply of coal for the coming
winter before the fall and winter
months arrive. The notice say« in
part:
"The difficulty In promptly secur
ing adequate supply of coal the past
winter has not been forgotten and it
extremely important that all us
ers of coal for domestic and manu
facturing purposes lay in their stock
of fuel at the earliest possible date.
Doth anthracite and bituminous coal
' is now arriving at Duluth and Su
perior in considerable quantities, and
this railroad is now in better posi
tion to furnish cars and promptly take
care of the movement of coal than it
will probably be at a later date, when,
If the crop is large, there will be
a heavy movement of grain, lumber
and other commodities. The possible
shortage of coal for this northwest
country also makes it important that
all who possibly can should lay in
a large stock of coal at the present
time for the winter's use."
NEW RESTRICTIONS AT
BORDER FOR CANADIANS
Vancouver, B. C., June 1.—The Cana
dian Immigration department's regula
tions, Just adopted to prevent men of
military age leaving the Dominion, re
quire the subject desiring to leave the
country for one day or longer to ob
tain from the authorities In his homo
town a permit. If the person leaves
his home town without a permit he
may still abtain a permit from the
Immigration inspector at the depart
ure point from Canada. The permit
must be shown to the United States
inspector at the border to prove that
the traveler Is entitled to enter the
United States.
THE POST FOR THE NEWS
Helmets, Mufflers and Jackets
Being Made for Jackies
of Cruiser.
With two more boxes of clothing and
surgical garments for the soldiers in
P'rance on the way to the battle front,
tne members of the Women's Patriotic
association of Butte are devoting their
attention to knitting comfort articles
for the boys of Uncle Sam's navy. The
first of these garments are jackets,
mufflers, helmets *nd wristlets for the
Jackies manning the armored cruiser
Montana. This work is being done
under the direction of the comforts
committee of the Navy League of the
United States.
Added Impetus to the work will be
gi\^en at the monthly meeting of the
local patriotic women which will take
place in the Chamber of Commerce
rooms at the courthouse tomorrow aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. Philip Ormand, instructor of
the association, has issued an appeal
for old newspapers to be used in bed
pads for the soldiers. Each pad re
quires 18 sheets of paper.
Mrs. John McHatton, chairman of
the tag day committee, requests the
return of all outstanding blanks used
on tag day. They can be returned to
Mrs. Mcliatton at 315 West Broadway.
FRENCH GOVERNMENT
WILL NOT FACILITATE
DELEGATES' JOURNEY
Paris, June 1.—Premier Ribot today
announced in the French chamber of
deputies that the government would
not facilitate the voyage of the French
socialists to the international socialist
congress at Stockholm.
FIRST FOOD BILL MAY
PASS SENATE SATURDAY
Washington, June 1.—Passage by the
senate of the administration's first food
bill probably will not occur before to
morrow night. Final action was de
layed today by a number of proposed
amendments which were yet to be dis
posed of.
Resuming consideration of the bill
which provides for a food survey and
stimulation of production the senate
today took up for discussion Senator
Fletcher's amendment to permit the
secretary of commerce to promote
wider use of fish to meet the food
stringency. The proposal has the en
dorsement of the administration.
Work of perfecting the bill to au
thorise a food administration and
price fixing, second of the govern
ment's measures, was continued today
by the house agricultural committee.
PLMK LIBERTY
IQIIII ACTIVITIES
Chamber of Commerce Com
mittee Will Have Charge
o f Cam paign.
Details of observance of Liberty loan
week, which starts tomorrow, will be
placed in the hands of a special com
mute from the Butte Chamber of
Commerce. Invitations have been is
sued to the local clergymen to preach
sermons in behalf of the loan on Sun
day nnd on Monday a monster mass
meeting, at which Dr. Newell Dwight
Hlllis and Lawrence Chamberlain will
make addresses, will be held at the
Rlnlto theater, commencing at 2:30
o'clock.
The Chamber of Commerce today
engaged the A. C. M. hand to play on
Monday. The band will parade
through the streets of the business
section and play at the theater. Dr.
Hlllis, an orator of natlon-w'ide fame,
who will discuss the patriotic features
of the loan In Butte, and Mr. Cham
berlain, a financial expert, who will
deal with the Investment feature, will
be met at the train Monday noon by a
special committee of the Chamber of
Commerce, consisting of Eugene Car
roll, A. J. Davis and John Gillie. They
wlll probably be given an Informal
luncheon at the Sliver Bow club prior
to their appearance at the theater.
It was due to the courtesy of Man
ager Jensen of the Rialto theater that
Butte's new' motion picture playhouse
was donated for Monday's mass meet
ing. The doors will be opened at 1:30
o'clock and the speaking will start
at 2:30.
Plans for the participation of in
surance men, women's organizations
and Boy Scouts during Liberty loan
week will probably be in the hands
of the Chamber of Commerce commit
tee. Labor organizations will have
charge of the Liberty Loan I*ahor day,
which falls on Wednesday.
Subcriptions for the bonds are be
ing received at local banks and it Is
expected that they will begin pouring
in in large numbers next week during
the week's campaign activities.
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MRS. FRANTZEN GOING
ON EDUCATIONAL TOUR
Mrs. M. E. Frantzen, who has been
active in the work of the Butte Wom
en's Patriotic association, will leave
Tuesday morning on a teaching cam
paign tour of the country under aus
pices of the Navy league and the
American Red Cross. Upon comple
tion of her tour she will leave with
her husband for France, both having
enlisted in the American ambulance
section. During her tour, Mrs. Frant
zen will make a side trip from Albu
querque, N. M., to Phoenix to visit her
two-year-old orange and olive grove.
Mrs. Frantzen has been a teacher of
band instruments in ButteMI
nine months and has
' of her many pupils,
! ard Asklne, clarinet »'W*J
I school orchestra; John
! the St. Patrick'« school i*£
thony Kinney of the »• .
boys' band. She wiB
more pupil" m uei '
her time will he li"; 1 « 1 "L
I pletlon Of her teaching
receiving orders to sal
Today she voiced air
many courtesies, »
candy, fruit, t'««" A
from her many friend
PUCE DEI
Copenhagen, June
Reports from Y'®"" enin g «f*!
taneously with th« h ujaB JI
trian parliament ' * ^
reâtde^^^
BILL FOR POSTOFggy
BUILDINGAT" 1 *
The Post's '
Washington. D " a»
sentative Evans
bill in the h° u "'Xo<Ml
for the site and ere«
building at bias*» •

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