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OYS' TENNIS OXFORDS^ st in today—the last lot we shall have this Summer of Boys' I and Youths' Black Canvas Tennis Shoes: j 2Vt to 6..v........75^ Sizes 11 to 2............ 65 ^t J Montana#! Greatest Store Quality Service ISatisfadion orrect Suits or women, which his sale has brought to the front its Worth to $42.50—In clever ort models and in the fashionable miner shades; iy........... tiits Worth to $60.00—In navy black d the new light shades. All the w novelties are re; onty........ ean-Up of Waists—From all lines; Wth to $6.75; there are a few of em left at iy .......... ash Middy Suits—In two pieces; es 16 to 46; in plain white, white ith new stripes and plain khaki; ol and serviceable; ÜÎQ Iy .................. ere are a few of those new cloth ats left; silks and serges and com binations of both; /\ /A/Y lues to $55.00; now $17.95 $24.75 $ 1.00 Pre-Inventory Sale Brings Anotker Day of Matchless Opportunities The really thrifty shoppers are wasting no time in availing themselves of the many chances for economy which this big merchandising event brings to them. Today we suggest careful reading of the muslin wear offerings, which follow: Cool Muslins For the Warm Weather - Are Specialized For Tomorrow's Selling _ ALLMEN'S STRAW HATS' Panamas, Bangkoks, Leghorns, ^ ^ -j /iy /'"Y") Split Straws, Etc., Etc.; in all j A '//') ( / sizes; they are now selling at ^ J / (s r Women's Muslin Envelope Chemise—Trimmed with fine em broidery and Val. lace insertion and edge. Specially priced at ............................$1.25 and $1.50 Women's and Misses' Gowns—Slip-on style; made of soft finished muslin with lace and embroidery trim ming. Special................. $1.25 and $1.50 Very fine quality nainsook with lace edge..... $1.95 Women's Petticoats—Flounce, trimmed with embroidery insertion and edge; also lace insertion and edge. priced at $1.25 and $1.50 Hhr 1 Men's Pinch-Back Suits Of fine fabrics, newest models and correct styles, bat# English fashions, both single and double breasted, with patch pockets and soft roll lapels, are prominent. There are many conservative lines shown, too, without the pinch-hacks, but very neat and acceptable for business wear. All marked at three speciul prices: f27 50 to $35.00 values for | *20 00 to $25.00 values for I *18.00 to $22.50 values for $19.50. I $10.50. I $14.50. Palm Beach Clothes The most popular innovation in men's summer clothes ever introduced. Very neat and dressy and yet so light that they feel like linen. We have them at $7.50, $10, $12.50 and $15. A Few Specials In Men's Furnishing A beautiful line of four-in-hand ties witli large flowing ends, in an endless variety of pat terns. These are good ties at $1. Now onl. '25i* pure linen han dkcrchicfs now.....15c Nainsook loose union suits, $1 value. . .50c each ......................... 65c Fine wash ties, 35c value .............25c Pure silk hosiery (black only).........25c M Shirts Are Still One Dollar In wide variety of colors, stripes and patterns; some with French cuffs. Rfgulnr $1.50 to 93.50 values. Muslin Corset Covers—Lace and embroidery trimmed; sizes 34 to 50. Special at.......................... 35 ^ to 75<* Muslin Drawers—Clustor tucks; embroidery and lace edge. Special at...................25C to $1.00 Gossard Corsets—Style 250; low bust; long hip; made of good quality coutil. Specially priced tomorrow at only .......................................$2.50 Model 325; 20 to 30; low bust; medium hip; for athletic wear. Special at.........................$3.50 Women's Percale Dressing Sacque —Dark colors 35ç an ^ 75C For Girls and Children Girls' Middy Shirts 6 l<i M years; solid white and solid blue or with bright sport stripes and «lises, with TO r7" r waists or bands. Priced at only' f OC I D Knitwear Bargains Richelieu Union Suits for Women— Low neck, sleeveless, with tight knee or with knee lace trimmed in fine silk lisle; all sizes, 4 to 9; regular $1.50 and $1.35 values; now. $1.00 Harvard Mills Union Suits for Women—With low neck and no sleeves; either with tight knee or the ankle length style; extra large sizes only at this price; these are $1.75 values; now..... $1.00 Harvard Mills Vests and Tights—In every wanted style; all sizes; and of the 75c quality; now..........50C Ladies' Sleeveless Vests Of fine lisle and cotton; made with plain or fancy yoke; the special price is 35<* Three for ................$1.00 A Girls' Middies 6 to 14 years; solid stripes or with sport stripes of Co .......75c 10 $1.50 Little Gin&ham Dresses 1 to 6 years; good quality, in solid colors, stripes or checks. This season's latest AND OfT,^ models, ut ....................... i DC ODC All Children's and Infants' Garments Reduced for the Pre-Inventory Event. v: r Ladies' Union Suits. Richelieu Make - Band top finish, with tight knee; in dainty pink; sizes are 34 to 40; regular 75c quality; now..... 5ÖC J A ownstairs Store e following list of odds and ends in oken sizes and left overs from our $1.00 sale. Special nly 50c n's Dress or Work Shirts, Men's fine )ed Underwear, Bungalow Aprons in eral patterns, Shirt Waists, Corset Cov Nightgowns, trimmed Hats, blue cham y Petticoats, Children's gingham Dress Children's chambray Rompers, light >e Kimonas; and many other FA/, resting items; your choice----trW r T j A In the Boys' Store _ SECOND FLOOR—REAR _ Boys' "Sampeck" Norfolk Suits; Sizes 6 to 17 Years. $10.00 values ...... $7.95 $12.50 values .................. $9.95 $15.00 values..... ............ $11.95 Little Men's Wash Suits—Age 21/$ to 8 years; neat colors and stripes and all white; $1.50 and $2.00 values; $1.15 v sale price is.......... Hiffh-Prteod Bojr»' W:tah Suita- Valu« $3.00. $4.00 and $$ 00. includinK new soldier and marine ntylw ; juat re ceived ; at.........................ONE-FOURTH OFF Boys' Straw and Waato Hate - Regular 76c and 11.00 values : now ... ................. Boys' Straw and Wash Hats—Regular $1.60 value ; now .................................... Boys' Straw and Wash Hâta Regular $2.00 value ; now ................................ Boys' Panamas at....................ONE-THIRD OFF Boys' Fine Blue Serge Caps Snap visor ; special 55c Boys' Bathing Suita -Gray, blue or black ; spe- Q cial at ........................................ 50c $1.15 Lu&&ag,e— Ba£s—T runks _On the Balcony _ Hags and Suit Cases—Odd pieces ; damaged, but are very serviceable, r values to $4.60, now............... few are slightly " r * b * w ". : . 95c Matting Suit Gases- Fiber hound and wooden frames: in 16, 17 and 18-inch sixes : especially priced accord-QC — ing to size at G5<*, 75C and........... OaJV All wardrobe trunks, dress trunk*, steamer trunks, bags. More Draperies _ For Tomorrow _ No. 811— % pair Nottingham: reg. $2.00 pair......500 No. 249—1 pair Nottingham; reg. $1.00 pair.......50<* No. 884—1 pair Nottingham; reg. $1.00 pair.......50<* No. 098—'a pair Nottingham; reg. $1.76 pair......45c No. E-6477- *4 pair Marquisette; reg. $3.00 pair. $)5d No. E-6486- % pair Volle ; reg. $2.00 pair....... 50* Hosiery Specials Ladies' Pure Silk Thread Hose—Black only; 35c values, at................25c Odd Lines of $2 and $1.50 McCallum's Silk Hose—Special at, per pair.. .$1.00 Children's Colored Lisle Hose—35c and 50c values; special, per pair.......20c Infants' Silk Hose—Special at, pair 20c Infants' Half Sox—Special at, pair 15c Boys' and Girls' Good Wearing School . Hose—15c value; special at, pair.. ,10c k . - GROCERIES For the Week-End We are offering today and ton V, 1,000 •small, fancy hams of well-known brands, direct from the smokehouse. .Inst the thing these hot days when you find it dif ficult to keep fresh meat: at a special price for Friday. 28c u pound. You can buy one for.......................$2.so (Limit—One to a Customer.) f eaturing Our .Special "Silver Butte Brand" of Ih Food Products. "Silver Butte Butter" Absolutely the finest creamery product produced in Montana; selling regularly at 50c a pound; for this occasion we ha\e set aside one ton, only, to he sold at 4244c per pound. \\ hen tills is gone tile price will go back to regular list. "Silver Butte Flour" We know the quality and want you to know it. Therefore, tins item is listed ut the extremely low figures of $7.25 per 9s-pound sack $3.65 per 49-pound sack $1.85 per 24-pound sack "Silver Butte Lard" The product of the nation's most modern packing house. Put in the tins yesterday and now offered to you at cost, in order that you may test the quality ut little expense. No. 3 Can at . . 75c No. 5 Can at .....$1.25 No. 10 Can at . . . $2.40 No. 25 Can at . . . $6.00 No. 50 Can at .. $11.50 "Silver Butte Jelly Powder" llegular 10c package; in all popular flavors and equal to any brand on the market; vi dal inln.duclury price is 75c a dozen.y Service PRE-INVENTORY DAYS (MontànaV Greatest Store r/ Quality Service Satis Each on HURRIES 10 artin is Not Afraid of uns —She Attacks Assailant. Martin needn't be afraid of while hia wife is living, as st night when Mrs. Martin her husband's defense after hall attacked him with a gun. t afraid of any gun that was ufactured," said Mrs. Martin ken to the polies station, that threatens my man has reckon with. I don't care If ed myself, but no one is ever lay his hands upon my man." Ing to Mrs. Martin, Marshall husband over the head with a e heard about it and went «hall with a ptek handle, the case was called in police morning, attorneys for Mrs. The Martin asked for a continuance, request was granted. Harold Riihonen, Janitor at the Mn Under hall, was fined »20 for a viola tion of the city ordinance requiring a permit to post signs on buildings. It was alleged that Riihonen pasted signs on the hall without permission of the owner. Attorney Billie Sullivan for the defendant served notice of an ap peal to the distric t court BUTTE WNIITS DHIWING OF NUMBERS FOB DRIFT (Continued from Page One.) names and numbers for the printer In order that they may be posted. New Number for Nach Man. With posting of ths names and numbers, In order that each man reg istered may know his own number. the preliminary work of selection of men for the national army In Butte and Silver Bow county will be Special emphasis Is laid upon the fact that the registration number on each man s certificat», has nothing to do with the number that has been given him by the exemption boards since registration. They are distinctive and must not be confused, for It Is the number given by the exemption boards, and yet to be posted, that will determine whether or not a man has be6n selected for draft when drawings are announced. Preliminaries Hold Drawing. All over the country the boards in the various districts are working to complete the preliminaries to the actual selection of the men for the national army. The actual date of the draft cannot be definitely settled at present because of the somewhat Indefinite delay necessarily attendant on marking the registration cards with serial numbers, according to the plan decided upon. Furthermore, when all the cards are marked with the numbers, it is considered of the utmost importance that time be al lowed for the publication of names and numbers so that there will be a public record as a safeguard against shifting names and numbers after the drawing. The date chosen for the final draw ing of the names w*tl! not be given out until all the boards have sent their lists of names, each name duly marked with Its serial number, to Washington. MAY DRAW SATURDAY. Washington, July 12.—Persistent In quiry from all parts of the country for Information about the method to follow in selecting men for the national army causes war department officials to ex plain ti»day that President Wilson's determination to have fairness gov ern the process was reported for the reason that no full reports would be issued at this time as to just how the matter would be handled. All that is known is that the drawing will be from serial numbers corresponding to numbers on registration cards and that It will take place in Washington, prob ably at the capitol. Secretary Baker or some other high official will draw thé first number and then the pro* cess of selection will be pushed forward until there is flashed by tele graph to every com (hunt ty in the cqfintry the numbers of the men dràffasd. It is understood that the sys tem planned Is so simple that the work will be done in a few hours. So far only 21 states have reported to the provost marshal general s office the completion of their organization. In some of them the names and serial numbers of the men liable to draft have been posted. The first city to report the completion of that part of the work was Kansas City. Some fear was felt at the war de partment today that the delays In or ganising might cause further post ponement of the draft. It had been decided that the drawing might take place Saturday of this week. It then became evident that it could not be held before next week and Indications today were that It might be the latter part of next week before everything was ready. As the object of the esti mates is to fix a fair basis for estab lishing local quotas, industrial centers with disproportionately large numbers of young men subject to draft have been given figures probably consider ably In excess of the number of people within their bordera. On this basis for establishing quotas, cities of the. northwest are given the following estimates of population: Butte, Mont., 93,981; Portland, 204, I 690; Keattle, 275,290; Tacoma, 70,000; Spokane, 88.251. The dummy estimates for western states Include: Montana. 952,478; North Dakota, 706,992; Ofegon. 675 092; South L>akota, 626,359; Washington, 1,466,855. Each city, county or state must fur nish two-thirds of 1 per cent of Its paper population, according to the new estimate«, which would mean in the case of Butte. Mont., for example, that 627 men w'ill be drawn from the city proper. KING'S TRIAL ORDERED __ CONTINUED INDEFINITELY The trial of Bernard King, patrolman, set for this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, has been indefinitely postponed by the police commission at the request of the attorney« for the defendant and for the complaining witness. Attorney W. P. McCarthy, for the complaining wit ness, says his witnesses are not avail able. Attorneys T. J. Walker and Krank C. Walker, for the defendant, ure out of the city. Subscribe for ths Butts Daily Post RAID ROADHOUSE AND SEIZE LARGE QUANTITY OF LIQUOR (Continued from Page One.) of one of the best brands of whiskey on the market, 14 demijohns of whis key, brandy and gin, besides several bottles of cordials and some cham pagne. LeVeaux has t»een running his place for some time without a license and he had displayed a sign on the win dow' to the effect: "Ice cream and light drinks sold here." In addition to answering to the charge of selling liquor without a license tt is possible that LeYeaux will have to answer to the charge of permitting liquor to be sold on premises frequented by fe males. As all kinds of liquors have ad vanced about 20 per cent In the past few weeks It will be seen that the seizure is a valuable one and L<e Veaux will be out a considerable sum of money besides some fines which h* tuay have to pay.