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loyptsT iret Service Man is Found )ead in Room—Authori ties Investigating. ■ I' Anc 10 .— Carl Herman her of the secret service, 'f.mml dead in his room yesterday Imllet wound in his head. , ,,,l |,e committed suicide he I here refused to marry him. that effect was found by I body. ml...lilies are lnvestlttntinK the 1 mil a few months ago Budde member of Company K, Mon miniiiil guard. He failed to pass ip„, - :. ;il examination and was a ll,,n,.,l to leave with his ct tAN T FORM AT HOME. Aug. 10.—Adjt. Gen. Phil •-tcnlay denied his permis 11 ;8 drafted men in Lewis fni in a company at home. :n Lewistown want to go in .mediately as Companj Montana regiment. The j. r lierai declared that action cannot he taken without n of the war department I ' up Id AKEMAN DROPS DEAD itH ' Aug. 10.—Heart trouble H - I to have been the cause nl;i\ t.f the sudden death of W „.v uakeman on this division two or three months, t flagged a train when he hands and dropped dead. I leaves a wife and tw is home in Arizona. IFNGINEER IS KILLÈD. ■sh. Aug. 10.—Henry Styles, < • inecr. died at the local |ii !,. n yesterday from injuries Idle he was at work in tic His foot became caught und his body carried to the derrick. His right foot : I the ankle. kNIATURE BATTLEFIELD. Aug. 10.—Plans were . yesterday for a minia 11 * ! ield to be fitted up during tte fair. War as it is Kurope will be Illustrated. .1 m. nt will furnish the ex 1 tffair will be directed by ; liâtes Chamber of Com KNOWS EVERYTHING. what is a close friend' isn't that way when i I vVhat a ri^___ skin was until _ I cleared it with sinol ^venifthe pimples, redness or rough * are severe and have resisted ordi ' treatment, a little use of Resinol §* m erit ;i| -d Resinol Soap will usually tyf ' 1 '1 the skin's real beauty. Resinol Ointment and Resinol tontain only th« purest ingre ■ ts and gentlest medication,which I tl ysiciana prescribe widely in the I treatment c.f the skin. Sold by all druggists. FURS Impaired and Remodeled at Summer Prices lr der your furs now nd take advantage ' the lower prices. Monlana Fur Mfg. Co 200 West Park St. t orner Montana. Rhone 790—Butte metropolitan MARKET 119 EAST PARK STREET * ?|* ce to Buy Your Fresh ln " ^ ' ie d Meats, Poakry, Butter and Eggs the Best on Hand. Prices ''•tht. Come and See Us. SI J.TlL xy RLPKNG COMPANY ( Successors to weld ing department of MounUineer Weld ing Company. ) Ony-acetylene weld ing at machine and auto parta. Phmse 3527-J. DIUON NEWSNOTES UTTE LODGE MEMBERS PLAN ANNUAL PICNIC The Sons of St. George Will Come to Dillmont on Aug. 25. Dillon, Aug. 10.—A delegation from the Sons of St. George of Butte spent esterday in Dillon conferring with Roy Jackson, manager of Dillmont park, and to arrange a definite date for their annual picnic which will be held at Dillon's new pleasure resort. Owing misunderstanding the dates were confused. The Sons of St. George ex pected to celebrate at the park next Saturday hut as the clerk's picnic will be held Aug. 15 the management of the rk could not arrange for the two celebrations so close together. The Sons of St. George will probably ome to Dillon Aug. 25 and a royal entertainment will be prepared them at the new park. The clerk's expect to spend next Wednesday at the park and have ar ranged a splendjd program of sports. LOCAL EXAMINING BOARD HAS A STRENUOUS DAY Dillon, Aug. 10.—The local examin ing board had a busy day of it yester day at the high school gymnasium. At first the work was rather slow and te dious but in the afternoon better progress was made and at 6 o'clock about 70 men were examined for the physical condition. The work is being done by Dr. R. H. Ryburn, Dr. C Blake. Jay S. Baker, county clerk and recorder; Sheriff Wyman and 11 Crittenden. Many young men came from all parts of the county to report and the examining of the men was resumed this morning and will continue until » completed. It is expected that young men will be secured from the 220 asked to report for examina tion. FEAR COOK MAY HAVE MET WITH FOUL PLAY Dillon, Aug. 10.—Does anyone know the whereabouts of Charles M. Cook? Cook disappeared from Dillon last Sat urday afternoon, lie is 37 years old 5 feet 11 inches high, weight 178 pobnds, dark brown hair, blue eyes, smooth shaven. At the time of his disappearance he wore a dark suit of 'lothes and a light hat. Mrs. Cook ives in Dillon and she fears that her husband may have met with foul play. tiyone knows of the missing man Mrs. Cook at the Metlen hotel would be glad to have tlie party give her the information. MEETING POSTPONED. Dillon, Aug. 10.— The Woman's Pa triotic association will not meet this veek on account of the Chautauqua. Next Friday the meeting will he a business session and all ladies are re quested to be present and discuss plans for the carrying on of the work dur ing the fail and winter months. CHAUTAUQUA POPULAR. Dillon, Aug. 10. Large crowds are turning out every night to attend the Chautauqua being held at this place and the entertainments are being well received. Many children are attending the morning sessions, there being a children's hour arranged by the su perintendent. DILLON BRIEFS. Dillon. Aug. 10.—Mrs. William Mont gomery was shopping in Dillon yes terday afternoon from her home in Wisdom. [r. and Mrs. Emery Keller and friends, who are visiting from the east, motored from Lima yesterday. NEW YORK HORSE CAR QUITS AMID CEREMONY New York. Aug. 10.—Jim • Cusick. who's been driving horse cars for 42 years, retired recently. So did his juded nags. George and Dick. And with them there disappeared from the tracks of the soon-to-be-abandoned Bleecker street and Fulton ferry ruil road company, in the old Greenwich and Chelsea sections of the city. New York's last horse car. When it was all over Jim said. "I hope you'll turn my two horses, George and Dick, out to pasture for the rest of their days. You know they've worked hard for the company, just like I have." SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST DOINGS OF THE DUFFS EVIDENTLY TOM WILL APPOINT HIMSELF INSTRUCTOR. BY ALLMAN NO, BOT I M JUST CRAZ'é TO LEA RM T&M,I ENGAGED A NURSEMAID l i GREAT SCOTT. TO 60 WITH US To The SEASHORE More expense, on OUR VACATION- WITHOUT r VttLL, Give SoMeoue to Look after, thc l HER To iwpep ftABN t MIGHT AS Weuj-T 1 STAND THAT STAT HOME -. r- - 1 ■* °°*y HELEM, OB Helen-she a, Viijd Seem* Ulh //fl A VCR.M ' / 7M ' COM PETENT if A Vv-f^L I ve work-eo [ AS A NORSE MAIO TOTZ tuo wears SIR- t— we RE. SOlHtî to the SEASHORE Do Sou KMOtN I HOVJ TO SWIM : Beg pardon, miSvS I'M MR. DOFF - ,1 CAMS OUT TO ASK WOO HOVJ MUCH EX PERIENCE WOO'VE HAD ABoONO . S cHiLppeM is TO a CONTMCTS MUE Ton a sum U. S. Emergency Shipping Cor poration Ready to Sign for 115 More. Washington, Aug. 10 —The first ship in that famous bridge of ships, which the United States is <o build across the Atlantic to defeat the German U-boat campaign, will be completed in No mber of this year. A few more will be completed In December of this year and January and February of 1918. The great bulk of those contracted for will come in the spring and summer of 1918. So it turns out that while Major General Goethals and William Den man were having their controversy, hich resulted in their both getting out, work was nevertheless actually being done on the ship-building pro gram. Here are the facts as they stand to day: / Contracts for 353 ships of all kinds have actually been signed, sealed and delivered and work on many of these is being pushed. Contracts for 115 more ships of all kinds are in complete shape, save for the final signatures, which will come very shortly. And here are the kinds of ships provided for in these contracts: Seventy-seven are steel ships whose tonnage ranges from 5,000 to 9,400. Forty-eight are composite wood and steel ships whose tonnage averages 3,500. The balance are wooden ships whose tonnage is 3,500. One hundred and ten ships of all kinds have been contracted for on the Pacific coast. One hundred and eixty-six ships have been contracted for in the south. The lumber men of the south were one cause for a slowing up in ship building. They were under pledge to furnish lumber at an average price of S35 per thousand feet. Of the first 100 ships, lumber has been provided for only 63. The result is the other day Chair man E. N. Hurley, of the shipping board, and Rear Admiral Capps, gen eral manager of the emergency fleet corporation, had a meeting with lum ber representati\ es. In polite language they told the lumbermen where they got off. Noth ing so rude as ''commandeering" spoken, but the lumbermen saw the point and the 1 urn lier will be forth coming—1,500,000 feet for wooden ships. The meeting was interesting for an other reason. Admiral Capps, who has refused to talk for publication, made his first speech and emphasized two points: First—That he and Chairman Hurley were not going to scrap about the re spective merits of wooden and steèl ships, but were going to try to build as many of both as possible. Second—That he and Hurley both considered themselves as mere units in the great scheme to defeat tile U-boats, and would spend their time working and not quarreling. ADVEHTISEO LETTED LIST List of advertised letters at the Butt postoffice for the week ending Aug. a Harry Allen. Jno. Ala meter, Jr., Law enee Ayers, Miss Theresa^Alrmoure, Mrs. Lillian Adams, And. Anderson. B. Beauty Theater, Tome Bacas, Mrs. Frank Ballard, Henry Back, Mrs. L. A Barrette, Tom Bastian, Jack Brown. W. C. Barker, Mrs. Agnes Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bogan. Mrs. C. E. Blanken horn, Fari Bento. Mrs. Geo. It. Barnes, Miss Majorie Brickley, Mrs. M. Boyle. Miss Mamie Brown. Pat J. Brennan (2), Mrs. Beta M. Balling. Mrs. O. B. Brady, Mrs. K. Billing. Irving Brooks, Miss Vera Beacons, \\. H. Beckett. Thus. Barrett, W C Barker, Bert Burress, Big Butt« Homestead, The Butte C. Co.. Miss Flor ence Buchan. Jno. Burke, Olaf Burton, Guisseppe Berlasso. L. Curly. Miss Lydia Cuello, Mrs. Tx>is Cornell. Frank Churst, C. F. Cheatham, Miss Georgltte Charter. Geo. Cunning ham, J. Clinton, Chas. B. Carpenter. Mrs. Karl Cromberg. S. E. Carr, Josh us Clew1 1 , Mrs. Mamie G. Clerpa, Chas. Conway, H. dred Casey. B. Curtis, M. M. Cook, Mil H. p. Daly. Miss Hazel Drew, J'. < Dritter Chas. R. Danterman, Miss Merii Dellamora, Mathew DuxRan. Tom Dako vich, Mrs. Bertha Donohue, Mrs. I» W. Dutcher. Mrs. Edna Dawson. Ernest De nalade. Mrs. A. Drtsnott, Dillon Inde pendent Co.. Lew Dawes, M. Dererau. W. VV. Davis. Is. Mrs Mrs. R r. MEN'S HAND-TAILORED CLOTHES Showing all the new models and fabrics for fall. Blue series are included $20 - $25 - $30 - $35 * -—"— — — ■ * Other Men's Suits A For business wear in more conservative models. Good patterns - $12.50 - $15 $10 New Fall Hats Now Readv $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 Shirts at a Dollar Men! SALE O' SHIRTS ^ Still Continues—All Sizes Fine sport shirts, both white and in stripes; madei y^with short sleeves. Also priced............... Underwear Furnishings MEN S FINE HANDKER- -| r CHIEFS—25c value, now.. AOC MEN S HANDKERCHIEFS— r Regular 10c quality, now...... CUFF BUTTONS—Worth $1.00 and $1.50. now....... OÖC 50c NAINSOOK UNION SUITS—Loose fitting; regular $1.00 value, now ............... TWO-PI F.CF. NAINSOOK UNDER- I WEAR— Regular 50c gar- 25c BLUE BALBR1GGAN UNION SUITS— Regular $2.00 value, now ............»P-UvJvf & ular $1.50 quality, now $ 1.00 Monlanas Greatest Store rs Quaditg j Service Satisfaction! on, T. J. Egan, Mr. Lee Edwards (3), .'arrle Emonick, R. J. Lagleson, W. F. Edwards, Tom Erickson. F. Floyd M. Ferguson, Myron H. Fifield, Miss S, Fleecer, Dr. M. Franklin. Miss Fannie Freeman, Romano Feiern. Mrs. C. C. Fyffe, Matt Finnegan, Mrs. Fo garty, Will Falconer, Hugo A. Feig. G. Herbert Griffith, 1'audil I*. Gasheff, David Goeeic. Roe Guy, Stanley Gee, Jus. N Greenfield, V. J. Grennan, Mrs: E. H Oerlick, Mrs. Emma Gruhler, Bex Guicheand. Jus. Hardy. L. A. Hart, Mrs. Hopkins, | Jno Heffernan, Nellie B. Hal', Carl Har- j rimim. Harry Howell, Hilja Ilalula. j. rrv Haggerty, Miss lola E. Hoxae, Tim Henderson, Jas. Horazny, Andrew Hol ansen. «'hris Hansen, Thou. Hatch, Wal- | ter liannan, Thos. H. Hays. Mary A Holmes, Mrs. W. M. Hall, Mrs. W. T. , Hennessy. Heagg & Lutey, J. W. Hag- | gerty Lhr. C< Geo. Hughes. Miss Cornelia Medium! lone Fruit Co. J. Janush, Miss 1 saura Johnson. P. J Jarneson, II. P. James, Olga Johnson Alfred juthas, Dr. kl. E. Jackson. A Jacobs. Kearney. Mrs. Della Kennedy, Jim Hobt. Kelley. Kusti Kawisto, E« , | kla, M. J. Kavanaugh. Jr., Mrs. L. W. Koener, Juba Spiel Knunt, Arthur Kolka, Keenan. Miss Elaie Kenotrhy. St. ire Kelly, Otto Kulttl. Miss f^na Kelly, Mrs. Jno. Kelly. Wm. Kapar & Co., Kellogg C. F. Co. L. Henry I^apointe, Mrs. Harry I^ewis, L. T. I ^andren. Mrs. Mary Larkin. Gust Livitsanos, Tom IJndeland, Mrs. Mildred 1^ Parte, Oscar I-angstone. Sam Lucas. Peter Lanepy, Miss Magdalyn Lee. Matt Lennon, Mrs. L. A. Lalonde, Jack I-a Noiyra, Chas. I>e dram, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lovell. Leonard Une. I* Line. Miss Hannah Lassila. Miss Una LAuni y, Nifred Lalonde. Mrs. Ned Marshall. O. Melerbi. Miss Hanna Massy la. Ed Minn, Mrs. Bertha Melyus, I». Morgan, Mrs. Harriet Mlllus, Miss Pearl Mason, A. Manhioni. Juo. H. Merritt, Mrs. Geo. Mlllia (2), Ed J. Mul holland. Jno. Miller, Mrs. S. J. Monroe. <\ \Y. Moore, Henry Meyers, L E. Mich el». Mrs Anna Maxwell, Misa C. L. Mon tague. Misn Margorle Murray. Mrs. Wm. Morgan. Miss Aline Mat tila. Mrs. Lusu Makl. Vixtor Marat rum. Jose Mendazona, Jas. Murphy, Mary Mueser. Mrs E. J. McCune. Mary M. Lean, \\. H. McNeal, Miss Vernon McCmffery, W. W. McDade (2). Chas. McClelland. Wm. McCann. Mrs. Robt. McCauley. Mrs. W. R. McCreery. Miss Frank II. McDonnell, Maurice M. Michael. J. M. McDonald. F. B. McClIntick, McQueeney Mercantile. Mrs. Helena MacDonald, Jno. McPherson. N. Miss Lone lia New ton. Jno. Norton,, Geo. Norris. Mr. Nannie, Nifty Tailoring Co., T. II. Nott. O. J. W. Ogdon (2), Mrs. Wm. O'Brien, Miss Mary O'Shea, Mrs. O'Neill, Miss Agnes O'Neill, I*. A. Olstead, Arvid Ojampera, J. A. O'Hare. Mrs. Frank Atriati. l'etrucla Orazlo, Miss Käthe O'Neill. Andrew Peterson, Mrs. Jno. Pollard, Bruce I* I'iggett. Mrs. II. J. Pete Mrs. Funa Pettalo. Ts?e Pitman, Luka I'erlcich, Jno. Perovlch, Miss Vera Peter i, Marelloe Piet roll, Clarence Pratt, V. Palbroretch. Jack Porter. R. Frederic Rantenen, Frank E. Renell, Jos. Riley, Jno. Roanty, Mrs. Sau l Rich, Uewelyn Roberts, Mrs. Lillie Reynolds. T. P. Ryan, Miss Vivian Rich, J K. Reeves, Miss R«>se Rodgers, Miss Mar> Reimes, Jos. Ring. Jas. Rodda, Miss Mary Reardon. Fred Robinson, Mrs. Grace Ryan. Mrs. Frefl Runnlner, Mrs. E. Ross, Miss Annie Ryan. A J. Robertstini, Tint Riordan. Ivor Reece, Wm. Rack. Mrs. E. G. Roch. Mike Ü. Sarvlch, Jas. Smyth. Paddy Stanton. Mrs. Nell Sauen. Jno. J. Shea. H. E. Schult«, Silver Bow Meat Co., Miss Elsie Salmie. Miss Elsie Scanby. Billie Starr, Wm. Sweeney., Mrs. A. N. Smith, Mr and Mrs. L. G Smith. Miss Edith Smith. Miss Kate Shea, Ralph Schweick l«*r, J. W. Simonsin, Edward R. Stow er, Standard Dairy, Mr \Y. J. Smith, Sandy Shanahan. Henry Shavers, F. L. Skinner, Mrs. A D. Sloate. O. D Steele (2), I,. A. Smyth. Lewis Stephens, Wm. Smyth, Tvyrne Salo <2), Al Zermia Sealsone, Mrs. E. S. Smith. N. J. Torkelsen. Mrs. Fred Thurston, Marion Talton. Allen Tilley (2), Jas. E. Trainor (2). Miss Delhi Tookers, W. ' >3. Thirloway, Miss Loulae Tayloe. Mrs. Mary Ucovich. Cliff T. Wilhelm, Mrs. Lillie Woods, F. G. Waterman, C. Wilson, Chick Westerly, H. W hi I marsh, Gertrude M. Walsh. Ja«. II. Whalen, Yalo Wutala, Mrs. Zeta Wort man. Mrs. Robt. Warden, Mrs. A. J. Watters, II. F. Woodworth, Jno. Wolose t. K. W. Walker. Hyky Waarannera, ialnen, Mrs. Katie Wheeler. H We H. Young. s. S. Zinn, Mrs. Ed Zei bar th. PHIL C. GOODWIN. Postmaster. Cheer up. my son. and do not fret. Just shoo away dull care; You'll find a long face will not get A welcome anywhere.