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ALL PER Stock—25c Roll Up DELL'S Park— Phone 62 Watch Repairing — v llJt: «aal «sprinta, Hi for aaa paar, tha Jaw alar, Peuple', building. 4« Kaat Park ■ïïa RINCKEL THE DENTIST at Clark** Baak BROADWAY AND MA» Lady Attendant LAID TO REST 1 of Thomas Connell was morning from the family 701 1-2 North Montana eeding to 8t. Patrick's ere high mass was cele was burled in the Holy tery. SON FUNERAL 1 of Mr,. Helen Carlson, or Carlson, was held from and Reed funeral chapel n. Interment was mads Moriah oemetery. I it strong __bod disa it, strengthen it with ««■ jl Keep it st When food al Aar M.Mria. hiMWsM. u Wi«, iQc.. *•*. rom GOOD BYES I0J.0. Chief on His Departure From Butte. Associates Honor the Ad Club The many friend» of "Jimmie" Uey npld», manager of the advertising de partment of the Hennensy »tore, »aid Rood bye to him la»t night at the Fin Ion hotel, during a farewell banquet arranged in hl» honor. There were act» from the Pan tage» and the Em pre»H circuits and many clever »peeche» by member», but throughout the evening there wuh a feeling of sor row at the departure of the flr»t presi dent of the Ad club. "Jimmie" wuh given evidence of the high regard in whleh he in held. John A. Rrophy, vice pre»ldent of the club, wo» toantmanter. There were tnlkH by "Dolph" Heilbronner, "Heinie" Lonwkey, "Tom" McDonald, Malcolm GilliH, Merle M. Davi», Ben Moyle, 10. Torrey, Paul Noble and other». Mr. Reynold» wa» prenented with a hand Home »liver plate on which was in »crlbed the appropriate word»: "To James H. Reynold», firnt president of the Butte Advertising club, from hi» friend», July 2, 1917." Mr. Reynold» responded feelingly to the présenta tion, expressing his regret at leaving Butt« and his appreciation of the friendship» he had made in the Ad lub. Other speaker» told eloquently the many virtue» ol' the gue»t and his "indefatigable pep" in promoting the Ad club. Mr. Reynold» loaves in few day» for Livingston, where he will engage in business. GRANDMOTHER, THE PIONEER PHYSICIAN i the good old pioneer days of this country, when drug »tores were few, grandmother's root and herb remedies e what were always depended upon to bring relief for family ailments, and »orne of grandmother's root and herb remedies are now found upon »helve» of the modern drug store, and are among the best and most idely used prepared medicines. Huch i» Lydia E. Plnkham's Veg etable Compound, a botanic remedy, originally prepared by Lydia E. Pink ham of Lynn, Mass., over forty years ago, and which ha« brought health and happiness to more women In America than any other medicine.—Adv. WALKERVILLE COUNCIL PLANS IMPROVEMENTS The first step In caring for the men who are unemployed because of the labor troubles was taken last night when the Walfcerville city council de- I cided to push Improvement work and employ the citizens of that community who are not working. The street rail way company was notified to change its grade on Fourth street immediately and the grade on West Daly street will be changed between Third and Fourth street». New drain» and grades are to be established on William» street in North Walkerville and new lights be installed at Daly and Sixth »treets and on Rose street. The city treasurer reported a surplus f $3,000 in the treasury after all of the debts had been paid. The health commissioner reported three cases of ontaSlous disease and in the month of June but one fine was levied in the police court. ANACONDAMEN LAUNCH FARM LAN D COMPANY With the filing of article» of incor poration of the Montana-Florida Land and Livestock company, three former Anaconda business men have launched project for development and sale of Montana farm lands and for distribu tion of livestock on ranches through out this state. The company Is cap italized at 1150.000 and it proposes not only to develop and sell farm lands to homeseekers, but to list farm lands, promote a cattle distribution plan for the stocking of ranches and engage In the Insurance and loan business. Joseph Hare. Jr.. Is president of the company: I. B. Hopkins, formerly su perintendent for the Boston and Mon tana Development company. Is secre tary-treasurer. and Myron F. Whitman •Ice president. The company has established Its main office In Butte and will have offices in Miles City and St. Paul. MANY COMPLAINTS BY COUNTY ATTORNEY There were many complaints filed In the office of the countv attorney yesterday afternoon. Mike Medenich Is charged with carrying concealed weapons and threatening "to get" Gaigo Sepanovlch. Mike Popovich Is charged with third degree assault through an attack he made on Sarah Dawson at 7Ï Fast Woolman street last Sunday evening. Domenico Uugbelmana is charged 1th third degree assault In having assaulted Gulseppe Fagettl in the eye. Heine Gordon Is charged with grand larceny In having stolen a horse and buggy, the property of Harry C. Blgham. AUTO BANDITS MAKE RICH HAUL IN CHICAGO Chicago, July J— C. Beard, cashier of the National Tea and Coffee com pany. was held up by five bandits end robbed of between 115.000 and 120,000 today. The men escaped in an automo bile. FUNERAL OF MOTT LAD. Elmar Lemoyne Mott, tha 14-year old eon of Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Mott o# 1014 Delaware, who was accidentally shot Sunday night, wa* laid to raet In the Mountain View cemetery this afternoon. The funeral wa* held from the family residence and the serv ices were conducted by the Re\. Mr. Hudtloff. CUTICURA HEALS ITCHY RED RASH ON BAB Y GIRL On Head and Face. Could Not Sleep. Formed Eruption. Lost AH Erup' Hair In Three Weeks. "My baby girl was only six weeks old when a red ra»h came on her head and face. It would itch so badly she could not sleep, and she scratched till the blood came. Then it would form a sore eruption which dried up like dandruff. She had a lot of hair but in three weeks she had lost it all, and she was very cross and fretful. "Nothing seemed to do any good till I received a free sample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. It gave her relief at once so I bought more and I used two boxes of Cuticura Ointment with the Soap and in three weeks she was all healed." (Signed) Mrs. James Cherry, R. D. 2, Box 32, Rexburg, Idaho, April 6, 1917. Cuticura Soap and Ointment prevent pimples or other eruptions in most cases if used daily for the toilet. For Free Sample Each by Return Mall address post-card : "Cuticura, Dept. H, Bostea." Sold everywhere. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. Her Statesmen Are Striving for Position of Dominance in the Far East. I Tokio, July 3.—Keon intere»t has been caused in Japan by the recent ag itation over the action of the United State» in independently sending a note to China urginR unity in that country. In Japanese circles the opinion was frankly expressed that it would have been better had the American govern ment consulted Japan before-hand and thus permitted simultaneous action, instead of notifying Japan two days later, as was the case. The extremity of view» printed in the Japanese press, as well as the pub lished interviews with officials, seemed to indicate an intention to press for an understanding with the United States by which Japan should hence forth be consulted in important actions concerning China. There is no con firmation of this. he great goal of Japanese diplo macy is believed to be that of eventu ally securing recognition from the powers of her special and paramount interests in China, and it is unde stood here that some measure recognition has been granted by Great Britain and France, who since the out break of war have been forced to rely on Japan in a military way to protect their Interests in the east. The Japan Times, which is regarded I a semi-official organ, quoted high official of the foreign office as saying that the present affair forded a splendid opportunity for Japan to assert herself if she means to grow and live and that Japan's na tional existence compelled her jeal ously to guard her special position rel •e to China. Keep Fit and Feel Fine. Foley Cathartic Tablets are a whole some physic that thoroughly cleanse the bowels, sweeten the stomach and arouse the liver. For Indigestion, bil iousness, bad breath, bloating, gas. or constipation, no remedy is more highly recommended. Sluggish bowels are the direct cause of many ills and the indirect cause of many more. Undi gested food poisons the whole system. Don't be careless. See that your bowels are regular. Keep fit. Then you will feel line. Newbro Drug Co.— Adv. PIONEER DEAD. Mrs. Louis Repath of 7 Lincoln ave nue. Meaderville, died suddenly at her home yesterday. She had been a resi dent of Meaderv ille for 30 years and was well known and highly respected by the people of that community. 8he survived by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Norman Mackay, An nie and Fannie; a brother. Joseph Turk, and a sister, Mrs, Anna Mer h&m The funeral will be held Thurs day morning at 9 o'clock from the fam ily residence, proceeding to Holy Sav ior church, where high mass will be celebrated. Interment will be made in Holy Cross cemetery. JENKINS M CLURE. Frank Jenkins, one of the truant of ficers at the Industrial school, and Miss Mabel McClure of Portsmouth, Ohio, were married Saturday noon at the First Baptist church by Rev. Mr. Cook. They were attended by Peter J. Jenkins, brother of the groom, and Misa Fannie Peoples. The bride, who arrived here Saturday morning from her eastern home, was very charm ing in a mustard-colored traveling suit with hat to match. Mr. and Mrs. Jen kins have gone to Boulder for their honeymoon. They will make their fu ture home in Butte. 'AMERICA FIRST r SAYS Iß and then Post Toasties' ARMY SUPPLIES FOR FIRST YEAR Vast Quantity of Food is Re quired for the Contem plated Force. The Cost's Washington Bureau. Washington, D. C., July 3. The war department has made public a high ly interesting list of the supplies re quired for the first army of one mil lion men for the period of one year. It includes everything from beef to shoestrings and from oots to candy f The ordinary layman will be surprised to note the variety of articles, as well us the tremendous quantities required In bulk. In preparing for the out fitting of the troops Quartermaster General Sharpe's office Is one of the busiest places in Washington. The official announcement says "Nearly 200,000 tons of fresh beef (397,638,240 pounds) is one Item, and besides that there is canned corned and canned roast beef, totalling near ly 8,000,000 pounds more, without in cluding the canned corned beef hash also among the items. "All told, 343 different items of sup plies appear in the quartermaster gen eral's list of rations for issue and sale of clothing and equipage. The figures given here are on a basis of supply lYig soldiers located in the United States, ho give no help in computing additional needs resulting from par ticipation in the war in Europe. "Regular rations of Uncle Ham': soldiers call for a list of 49 Items, it it are over 29,600,000 pounds of cof fee, four kinds of tea .md over 25,000 tons of granulated sugar; over 866 tons of granulated sugar; over 866 000 gallons of cucumber pickles; over 3.800.000 cans of black pepper and cinnamon, cloves, ginger and nutmeg totaling 372,000 can»; over 480,700,000 pounds of potatoes; over 55.200,000 pounds of onions; over 300,000,000 pounds of flour, beside» hard bread; nearly 1,000,000 gallons of cane syrup; lemon and vanilla flavoring extracts; ,-er 8,200,000 pounds of lard and over 7.300.000 pounds of butter; canned and dried fish, canned vegetables, evapor ated apple» and pea (lies, etc. "The variety of fare possible in regular rations Isy Increased by a list of items for salft to soldiers at cost. The sale list totals 165 items, largely foodstutYs, but including also shaving mugs, pencils, pins, pens, shoe polish, letter paper (22,320 quires), 48,360 pipes, 22,320 razors, toilet articles (among whicli are 148.800 cans of tal cum powder and 3,720 bottles of toilet water), 11,160 spools of thread, etc. The foodstuffs In the sale list include canned mushrooms, a variety of canned syrup, ginger ale, sauces, sausage, 305, 000 pints of effervescent water, etc. "Regular articles of clothing are 29 in number. These are figured on initial requirements and upkeep for the first nine mont) - Here »»re a few of the items; Heir». 2.000,000; cotton coats, 2,300,000; woolen coats, 1,270, 000; service hats 1,825.000. shoe laces, 7,200.000; overeats, 1.675,000. "Equipage Includes 90 les. Among them are 130,500 axes,^F450. 000 blankets, 23.000 bugles, 1.900.000 cots, 1.440.250 tents of several kinds, over 1.000,000 gross of buttons, 39, 000,000 yards of cotton cloth, etc. "Estimating quantities needed is only a step in the task of supplying an army. Things must be bought, quality tested, contracts made, prices deter mined. delivery arranged and then come the problems of transportation, storage and distribution. "This shows a part of the country's great war task on which thousands of people are dally working 'to make the world safe for democracy ' " 500 GUNS TAKEN FROM THE ALIENS OF SALT LAKE COUNTY Sait I*ake. Utah, July 3.—Five hun dred guns were confiscated from the alien residents of Salt I*ake counts outside of Salt I*ake City yesterday by 135 members of the home guard, serv ing as deputy sheriffs. Most of the guns were taken from the mining camps where the population of for eigners Is greatest. The deputies were provided with blank search and seizure warrants un der the state law forbidding the pos session of firearms by aliens. PROSPEROUS- YEAR FOR THE PO ULT RY RAISERS Washington. July S.—Tha countn s poultry production la»t year amounted to 44*.217,248. an Increase of 30 per cent over the 1915 output, the depart ment of agriculture reported today The industry, carried on in 37 states, had a prosperou* year in all Its branches. JULY 4 SPECIAL RATE. The B. A A P. railway will make a rate of |1 for the round trip between Butte and Anaconda for the holiday Tickets on eale July 3 and 4. good for return until July I. Last train for Butte on the holiday will leave Ana conda at 1 o'clock a m July (, and G reason at 1:14 a. m. —Adv. M DONALD FUNERAL. The funeral of Daniel McDonald was held this morning from the Daniels A BUboa funeral chapel, proceeding to St. Joseph's churoh. where high mass was celebrated. Interment was made In Holy Cross cemetery. ELK PARK ROAD. Most plcturssqu* drive to Boulder Hot 8prln«e Only 15 mile*, now In rood condition. —Adv. Road HARKONKN FUNERAL. Funeral services for Jake W. Har konen were held today from the Sher man A Reed funeral c|iapel at 13:40 o'clock. Interment iras 'made in the Mountain View oeoseiery. Main sgrlnss »L d t ^ ranteed. May loweeC priced West Park.—A In Montana =.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiMiiiiiiim --r ■ Gut 9 er Loose ..... THE BEST YET THE MISSOULA STAMPEDE JULY 3-4-5 BE THERE AND Gut 9 er Loose -AT-- MISSOULA, MONTANA Make Your Reservations Early Mrs. Thomas Crocker of Dillon ar rl\ed in Meader ville Sunday night an» will visit for some time at the horn of her mother, Mrs. Roman of 1 Lincoln avenue. Mi ». Matt Sokoltch of Sprue* -lfined to her home from a k of bronchitis. str Mrs. Peter Thomas of Seattle is vis iting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bettish. Miss Marlon Rue of Fort Benton i* visiting Mrs. Thomas Barnes at her home on Oak street and expect» to re main about a week. Mrs Elizabeth Reynolds and Mrs Walters motored to Maiden Rock Sun day. Raymond Levra of 150 Main street, who was struck by an automobile Sat urday night, is resting easily today at the Murray hospital. Miss Edith 1 lubber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. iiubber of Yew street, cele brated her ninth birthday Thursday afternoon by entertaining a number of her friends. A delightful time was had by the young people and refresh ment» were served. Mr». William Casey of Main street i» , confined to her home from illness. entert» Incfj the independent Sewing club recently at her home Refresh- | ment» were served following the bu»i- i ne.«» »«»»»ion. . - Charles Hick« of Hazel street left! Sunday for Grace to visit friend» on a ranch for some time Mrs Joseph Gueltt has returned from a visit with friends and relative» at I*aurin. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cantlon left yes terday to r Lew ist own where they will visit with their son Emmett and will continue to Havre, where they will at tend the state convention of the Fra ternal Order of Plagies. BUTTE IN BRIEF Mis» Margaret Egan, one of the graduates of the 1917 < ia»» of the Central high »< hool. wa» operated on for appendicitis a few day* ago at the St. James hospital. She Is getting along nicely. Her rlasamate» visit the hospital frequently, for Miss Egan was very popular with the other members of the class. Joel F. Alien, sales agent for the Roundup Coal company, left iast eve ning on the Short Line for California for a vacation. Mr. Allen will first visit his family in Berkeley and later make a tour of the entire state He will be absent until the first of the month Miss Sipple has charge of his office In the meantime Miss Margaret Harrington of West Quartz street, a teacher In the Lincoln school and Miss Edna Cobban, pro prietor of the Gift shop, left this morn ing for Bozeman, where they will spend a few days visiting at the horns of Miss Cobban's psrenta Thomas Dennis, an smploys of ths A. C. M. company, has returned from Hammond. Wts.. where he spent ths past three seeks at his former home visiting relatives and friends. The midweek prayer meeting at the Mountain View church usually held on Wednesday evening will be held this evening on account of the July 4 cele bration tomorrow E. Marshal Taylor, city passenger agent for the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway company, has re turned from Portland, where he spent his vacation visiting relatives. Mrs. John S. Harris. Miss 8ue Chess man and Mrs. W. B. Raleigh of Hel ena are visitors in Butts today and staying at the Thornton hotel. Mrs. A. G. Hogarth left last eve ning on the Short Line for Fresno. CaL. where she will visit for one month. Mr and Mrs. Charles Barrows of 362 East Mercury street were guests HISTORY * Is Being Written during the ar, as events e taking plu bank and TRU 5T CO. A t lie great ou s impor table bank your de ( becking accounts are invited. 4 I'er Cent Interest Paid Savings Accounts Miners Savings Bank and Trust Company 49 WPARK ST. FOUR EIGHT 0 0 LINIMENT Penetrating and Effective When This Famous Liniment Is Rubbed In, Pain Is Rubbed Out , FOR SALK Hi Taylor Drug Co., 2* faxt Park St F air Dru* Co., 1 7 Kut Park St Galaxy Dru* Co.. 34» F.a*t Pa*k St. i* /. Schmidt. 731 Etat Park 3t C. U Hoakin». \i North Main St. J J O'Leary, 1017 Talbot At* And Othtfr Leading Dru* Store*. on Sunday of MUw M,r.i Grimes of | i Basin. K J Callaway of Great Falls in spending a few days in the city J K McKinnon and wife of Glentarta ore registered at the Butte hotel E H. Johnston of Deer I*od<e is spending the day in the city. W. F Elliott of Three Forks is r«K istered at the Finlen hotel. H. J Webster of Billinas is regia of the , regis tered At the Thornton hotel L M. Hughes of Helena i* visitors to the city today. T. Ci Fulton of Coiumbu tered at t v w? Grand hotel P F Murphy and wife of Boulder are here for the Fourth. Mrs K. A Gerhart of Billing» is here for a »hört stay. Mrs. J E. Ellingwood of Billing« is here for the Fourth. Thomas W. Murphy of Great Falls is In the city today. Roy Dewar of Havre is egistered at the Acoma hotel C. K Wyman of Dillon is »pending the day in the city Joe Canfield of Wisdom is in the city for the Fourth Wilfred Massie *»f Wisdom :a here on business today Mrs Rose Levy left Saturday night for Cincinnati All deposits made in our savings de partment on or before July 16 will bear interest from July 1 Miners Savings Bank and Trust Co—Adv O. Larson and wife of Boulder are visiting in the city D. V. Erwin of Dllion is registered at the Leggat hotel. John P Breeden of Helena is among the day's arrivals Stack Frank of Helena is here on business today Nellie Anderson of Helena is visit ing In the city. Henry E Jacques of Basin is spend ing the day hers. Abe Heyman of Pipestone is here for the Fourth. James Harris of Centerville was a Both Mon and Women Suffer with backache, pain la kidoejr and bladder renions, headache, vert if o, dlsiy feeling, end sometime, fail to rarogniie where the trouble lie, Con (tested kidney, cause a lot of die tret, and should never be neglected. Take right away if yaw would be well and free from distress after urination, such as burning, scalding, pain and other agonies. ------— » passer ge r on the Milwaukee >e»terday for Detroit. Mich. Edison Phonographs, 126 W Broad way.— Adv. Fred Olson of Missoula is here on business today F. B. Knott of Dillon i% here for a short stay. J N Sander* >t Helena is among toe da y » arrivals. W r* Murphy of Marlosrton i, her. today. R. C K il bom of HarlowtOft is here for a short stay. A B Bckerdt of Helena is among the day's arrivals. The New Edis* n 126 W. Broadway. —Adv. Fleet Clark of Havre is among, the day's arrivals. E L Reed of Helena U one of the, day s visitors. Mrs - 'wens of Dillon is spending the, day in Butte. CLOSED FOR THE DAY In honor of our natal day The P O. News Stand will be closed a!! day to morrow. July 4. If you need good reading matter to help you spend your holiday pleasnatly. today is the day to make your »elation at The P O, News Stand, where the greatest as sortment of books, periodicals maga zines and papers in the country displayed Our store is known the country over as the largest ar.d most complete of its kind. If its new in print you will find it at The P o. News Stand. 23 Wes* Park -Adv. Fourth of July Special Train Via Oregon Short Id ne. Union Pacific System Leaves Butte 7 .0 a. m.. re turning arrives Butte 10 0» p. m. Round trip Butte to Glen 11.00 Dil lon 82.09. Armstead 12.50. Racing, dancing and other sports at Glen, and opening of new city perk at Dillon. A big time assured.—Adv. NO MORE INFORMATION REGARDING SHIPBUILDING Washington. July 2.—As s military policy, no detailed information will bg made public hereaftsr regarding ths progress of ths government's ship building program. Heretofore it hag been the practice te announce tha award of contracts, but Major General Goethals. manager of the emergen* >' fleet corporation, said today that ia the future there would be no an nouncements of that character. The fleet corporation already bag given contracts for more than lM steel and wooden ships and In ad dition for nearly 106 wooden hulls, and In the near future It is expected ths total will be greatly increased.