"The greatest tenor since Rubini,
a greater than Gayar re!"
Here is a voice that has swept whole
countries into adoration: a vocal miracle,
a marvel voice, a voice that has *been
called the greatest ever known.
by Lazaro of the leading arias from
At da L'Af ricana
La Boheme I Puritani
are the most marvelous ever made in all
Come in and hear them There's a treat in store for you.
We Will Be Pleased to Play Them for You
HOWARD Ml SIC COMPANY
213 North Main Street, Butte
IF YOUR WATCH
Bring it to the Old Reliable
660 Phoenix Blk^ Butte
By Walt Mason.
MADE IN GERMANY
There was a wondrous war machine, the most tremendous ever
seen, with cannon, gun and submarine, and it was made in Germany.
"A place we're seeking in the sun. and with our sword and bomb and
gun, we'll rule the planet ere were done;" the boast was made in
Germany. The ruler stalked with haughty tread, his eyes were ever
seeing red. and bats were buzzing in his head; the bats were made in
Germany. He kicked up war, and for long years he bathed the world
in blood and tears, and startled all adjoining spheres, with weapons
made in Germany. He took on enemies each day, and hailed them
gladly in the fray, and shot them up with bales of hay, and sauerkraut
made in Germany. Great Britain. Italy and France, and Russia—
these he saw advance, and held them level with his lance, and bludgeon
made in Germany. And minor countries, group by group, went at
the kaiser with a whoop; he handed each a bowl of soup, which broth
was made in Germany. "Since I am whipping all these skates," the
ruler gayly cried, "wie gehts! I'll take on the United States!" This
break was made in Germany. Soon Uncle Sam, incensed by wrongs
will seize him with a pair of tongs, and put him where his nobs be
longs—in boob house made in Germany.
TAKE NO FARMERS
TO WORK IN MINES
Gnoss Valley, Cal., June 1.—Mine
managers of this district have agreed
not to employ men from farms dur
ing the present stringency in agricul
tural workers. Good wages In the
mines have caused many farm handH
to turn to mining, but the managers
will hereafter turn them back to the
Bayer-Tablets of Aspirin
Purity and genuineness
are both guaranteed by
the Bayer Cross on every
package and every
tablet of real Aspirin.
Tablet. In Pocket Borne* of IS
Bottle* of 24 aod 100
Copenle, in SeeJed Pecke«es
of 13 aad *4
OB. i* a guarantee that Ik* mnno a r a rto
addaatar <4 aallcrhcacid lo tbeae tablata
pod —t—la the reliable Vie
m a nufac t ur a.
11 The S p u r Créa* —
Foot Cmnrmmtm. cf Pm*jT
HOME FROM CALIFORNIA
Mrs. William F. Hallow ell and chil
dren have returned from southern
California, where they went last Jan
uary. They visited Ban Diego and
other points of interest, but most of
their time was sjent at Venice, where
Mr. Hallowell Joined them. He re
inained only a short time, os busl
ness demanded his attention in Butte.
Southern California is now enjoying
Ideal weather, Mrs. Hallo well reports
Sessions Will Be Mainly De
voted to Discussion of
The University of Wisconsin Alumni
association of Montana will hold its
xth annual meeting here Saturday
evening. This meeting will be held
at the Silver Bow club at 8 o'clock, and
will consist of a banquet, followed by
program of speeches and a social
session. There are about 200 Wiscon
sin university graduates in the state
of Montann, and it is expected that 30
to 40 will be present fit this meeting.
The wives and husbands of members
of this organization are also Invited
to be present. A considerable pro
portion of those attending this meet
ing will come from outside of Butte.
Speeches arranged for comprise the
following: '•Illustrated Talk on the
Northwest." by Oscar Rohn. The il
istrations in connection with this talk
ill be a series of stereopticon views
taken of the beauty spots of Montana.
Idaho and Washington by Asahel Cur
tis under the auspices of various good
roads organizations and chambers of
commerce throughout these states. l»r.
Marla Dean of Helena will speak upon
the plans of service of the medical
profession in the present war. Chan
•llor E. C. Elliott of the Montana
State university will speak upon the
opportunities for service in the war.
This meeting will be essentially a war
meeting where various questions of
duty ami service will be thoroughly
It is of Interest to note in this con
nection that at the University of WIs
onsln during the first two years of
attendance all male students are re
quired to take military drill for two
one-hour periods each week. Dur
ing the past few months the military
facilities at Wisconsin have been
brought to their fullest usefulness by
providing a continuous all-day course
of training each day. Students have
been allowed to discontinue their regu
lar work and put in their whole time
on drilling and military training for
which they receive university credit,
agreeing to enlist upon completion of
this special course. At the present
time there are something over 1.000
University of Wisconsin students ac
tive in some line of national war serv
A census is also being complied
by the university of all male alumni
graduating subsequent to 1890.
While some 200 invitations to this
meeting have been sent out to the
Wisconsin alumni of Montana, it is
quite probable that there may be some
in this vicinity who have been over
looked. It is desired that this notice
may be considered as an Invitation to
attend this meeting by any Wisconsin
alumni who have not been otherwise
invited. Alumni election will take
place at this meeting. Present officers
are: President. Prof. A. W. Richter
of Bozeman, and secretary-treasurer,
J. H. Warner of Butte.
HAWAII WILL INCREASE
HER CROP PRODUCTION
Wailuku, Maui (Hawaii Territory),
June 1.—Following the appeal of the
governor of the Hawaiian islands for
Increased production, business men of
Maui have appointed D. L. Case and
Leslie R. Mathews to start the school
hlldren to raising gardens and this
work already is well under way.
zes will be awarded to the children
growing the best and biggest crops.
The planting by the • hildren is super
WORK DURING HARVEST
North Yakima. Wash.. June 1.—
Work on the United States government
reclamation projects will be suspended
next fall If the need for workers to
harvest the crops becomes acute, ac
cording to R. K. Tiffany, project man
ager in charge of the projects at Mc
Allister Meadows and Lake Keechelus.
Several hundred men will be released
from government work from the tw
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
All neighbors and friends and the
public in general are cordially invited
to attend our memorial services on
Bunday, June 8. at K. of P. hall, at
" p. m. EARL M. JOHNSON.
. J GEIGER.
Clerk Butte Camp No. 153, W. O. W\
AMERICAN WOMAN NOT
EXECl^ED AS A SPY
Washington, June L—Mrs Katrina
Couch, an American, who was reported
in news dispatches to have been ex
ecuted as a spy in Germany, recently
called at the Spanish consulate in
Brussels, according to a report pub
lished in London newspapers and
cabled today to the state department.
Hunters and fishermen, please take
notice that the 1917 licenses are now
'o a resident of the state of Mon
tana the price is $1 50. Toadies over
18 and boys over 14 are required to
have a license when fishing or hunt
Inquire at the stores, newspaper of
fice. or Justice of the peace.
F. E. PILLING.
Deputy Game Warden.
Main springs fl, guaranteed. May
er. lowest priced Jeweler in Montana.
21 West Park.—Adv.
I do not like this big-mouthed Ball,
His talk gives me a fit;
And. while his voice can fill a hall,
It also empties it.
Oh for a nice cool
drink iced with
TO STAGE LIFE
Well-Known Local Boys En
gaged for Circuit Out
Their many friends in Butte will be
very glad to learn that the four Butte
boys who compose the l'-Four Har
mony quartet have secured a booking
on a coast circuit and are now on
their way to San Francisco playing the
bigger towns on the trip, according to
word received by a friend from one of
the boys this morning
Mention was not made in the letter
of what circuit the boys had selected
but it Is understood that the> will be
in Butte In the near future, in which
event they may be sure they will get
a very warm welcome from their many
admirers. The names of the boys in
the quartet are: Dennis Sullivan,
Centerville, first tenor; P. Q. Mc
Carthy, aeeonti tjsncr.; Raymond "Rim
er" Hanley, baritone, and Tom Lahlff.
ltfiaso. The boys Appeared on several
occasions In Butte and made a big hit
during the primary and final election
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
NO JURIES WHILE THE
Boise, Idaho, June 1.—Let Jury trials
in civil suits wait while crops are be
ing planted and harvested is the sug
gestion made by Gov. Alexander
Moses of Idaho The juries are mostly
composed of farmers who should be at
home on the farm argues the governor.
He also suggests that when a trial is
urgent and a jury must be summoned,
eight jurors instead of twelve be used
here both sides to the suit will con
sent to it.
Children and Misses
WHITE TOP 8HOE3
Shoes of the latest last, vamps .with
white Nubuok tops.
Sizes 8 to 11, price............$3.00
Sizes im to 2. price.........$3.50
ALL NVJBUCK 8HOE8
All-white Nubuck shoes for misses,
very smart lasts, price.........$3.50
WHITE CLOTH TOP 8HOE8
Patent leather with white Sea Is
land cloth tops; 8* to 11.... $3.00
PONY BOOTS FOR GIRL8
Pony hoots with brown or black
vamp and white tops; special value
WHITE CLOTH TOP 8HOES
Misses' shoes with patent vamps
and white cloth tops, 11 ^ to 2, now
51 WEST PARK ST.
Interesting Topics for Discus
sion at the Miles City
At the general conference of the
Good Government duos. June 11 and
12, in Miles City, Dr. Grace Raymond
Hebard of Wyoming and Hon. George
W. Farr of Miles City will be the
principal speakers. Others on the
program for the morning, afternoon
and evening sessions, each topic pre
sented to be discussed. Include some
of the lending women of Montana.
Following is the program:
Monday morning—Business meeting
with reports from committees, officers
Monday afternoon—War: (First)
"Montana Women In War Needs," Mrs.
Tyler B. Thompson. (Second) "In
ternal Enemies of Our Country in War
Times": (a) "Juvenile Delinquency
and Child Isabor," Mrs. J. R. E. Siev
ers of Butte; (h) "The Breadline and
Panics," Mrs. S. M. Souders of Red
Lodge; (c) "Grain: Food or Booze."
Mrs. C. F. Zoller of Roundup; (d)
"Despotism and Intolercnce," Miss
Ruth McIntosh of Helena.
Monday evening—"Government In
vestigations—Use and Abuse," Mrs.
William Rozsa of Butte; "A Prophecy
of America," Hon. George W. Farr of
Miles City; "Our Rural Schools," Miss
Adalaide Ayer, rural school superivsor.
Tuesday morning—Education: "Ed
ucated Service," Miss Mary Hanson of
Great Falls; "Dormitories for County
High Schools. Mrs. Wallace Perham
of Glendive; "The New Education,"
Mrs. K. W. Jameson, dean of women,
State university at Missoula.
Tuesday noon—Illumination lunch
eon with these toasts: "The Steam
Roller—Going and Coming," Mrs. T.
A. Origg of Butte: "Boots—Going Up,"
Mrs. L. R. Peck of Big Timber; "The
Vote - Before and After Taking." Miss
Grace Helmeck of Helena; "Lights—
Big and Little," Mrs. J. Scott of Arm
stead: "Shining in Reflected Glory."
Jeannette Rankin's sister Edna of Mis
soula; "Joys of the Office-Holder."
Miss May Trumper of Kalispell; "Mon
tana.'' Mrs. C. C. Ayer of Ismay.
Tuesday afternoon—Eugenics: "So
cial Hygiene," Mrs. Bertha Rosenberg
of Lewi* town; "Health Certificates for
Marriage," Dr. M. M. Dean of Helena;
"Children of the Right Parentage,"
Mrs. J. M. Lewis of Glasgow.
Tuesday evening—Address. "Free
dom in Democracy," Dr. Grace Ray
mond Hebard of Laramie. Wyo.: with
Hon. Hugh Wells presiding. Informal
-If YOU Vfi 40TANY FBiOB
ALASKA TO SUPPLY HER
SHARE OF FIGHTERS
Seward. Alaska, June 1.—Alaskans
are already engaged in military ac
tivities. Prom the number oU military
oraanizations which have been estab
lished in towns from Ketchikan to
Nome it is evident that Alaskans in
tend to do their share In supplying
men for the government's fighting
It has been pointed out that the duty
of young men in the territory is to en
gage as vigorously as possible in de
veloping the economic resources of
this new land. Fish for food and cop
per or other minerals for munitions
are. it is said, as vital as men for the
To this end the territory is prepar
ing to ship ore and fish products m
unprecedented quantities, but this dies
not prevent both the young a,nd old
men from drilling.
The local unit includes the mayor,
construction engineers from the United
States railroad, longshoremen, high
school boys and business men, who
drill two nights each week and nre
looking forward to securing uniforms
UNCLE SAM WANTS 15
Ketchikan, Alaska, June 1.—Bids
have been called for by W. G. Weigle
of the United States forent service for
the catching of 15 live wild Alaskan
goats to be transferred to Admiralty
island. Goats from any part of the
territory are desired, the purpose be
ing to stock the island, which is pecu
liarly suited for raising wild goats,
according to the United States biolog
The project of securing the animals
has been taken up by the Boone and
Crocket club of New York City and it
is hoped that the animals can be se
cured this year. ,Gcus are found on
Kenai peninsula and along the Alas
ka«! range from Mount St. Elias to
THE RUTTE DAILY POST
POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS
No matter where your friendship | ie . u
afford to buy a d.atnond until you have Li " '"*«
and received our prices. en °«r sto$
a "y oo «
as an engagement or birthday stone or for
purpose, is a really notable value
You are not restricted to our $100 diamond
exceptional values at $125, $150. $175 $200
and up, as well as those at less than $ioo. 559
before you buy.
M. De Lo vage
Largest Diamond Dealers in Montana
69 West Park St. ^. mnn
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PARK AND MAIN.
Don't Blame "Spring Fever"
For That "Down-and-out" F
Your blood needs a thorough
cleansing just now.
As Spring approaches, the impuri
ties that have been accumulating in
the system throughout the winter be
gin to clog up the circulation, caus
ing a general weakness and debilitated
condition that is generally known as
The first symptoms are usually a
loss of appetite, followed by a grad
ually lessening of energy, the system
becomes weaker day by day, until you
feel yourself on the verge of a break
down. Children Just at this season
are peevish and irritable, and become
puny and lifeless.
This whole condition is hut the re
sult of impurities in the blood that
A tree Is known by its fruit
And a man by friends he's made;
A store by its good bargains
And its service to the trade
The pleasing clerks have much t<> do
In brightening up each store.
They'll make things bright whe n ><<u seem blue*
When buying makes you sore
And while we are in business
We'll boost about our service;
We'll give you all attention
And never make you nervous.
We are cutting deep on OVERSTOCK,
And you can save much more
On even' SUIT, COAT. DRESS and HAT
At the FLORENCE GARMENT STOItE.
115 West Park Street
RADCLIFFE HAS A
Cambridge, Mass.—The Radcliffe
figure will be perfection Itself if the
costume committee of the Idler Dra
matic club can make It so.
In order that the girlish portrayers
of both feminine and raaJe roles have
nil the proper curves the Idlers have
appointed a "padding committee." Six
girls, under Chairman Gladys Evans j
of Somerville, will superintend the
dressing of the actors for the club's
shows, and, with deft touches, will
make some of the actors who are
strong on elocution and weak on form
A great many young women
_ to become mother« worry over
the Teer that the great strain and
physical Buffering may impair thair
good look«. But thousands of
women who heve borne several chil
dren tell of tile preparation known
as "Mother's Friand" which ha«
proven itself a boon in lust such
"Mother'« Friend" ia a prepara
tion of special oils and other ingre
dients especially prepared for ax
mothers. It is a
have been accumulating ni
themselves felt more dlstl£.
the change of season» Iks
that nature needs asslstaae*k
the s> stem a general ho
Everybody Just nnv nwi
bottles of £ 8. 8.. the grist
blood remedy, to purify 1
and c Vm -*■ it of impurldii
good f« « the children, forlt»
new strength and puts their:,
condition . they can more '
sist the many ailment» so
summet 8 8. 8. is without«
as n general tonic and syst
It improves the appetite and
strength and vitality to both
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