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FORJHEJRWORK: Drafted Men Must Appear at Exact Time They Have Been Ordered. Everythin* is now in reading* for the examination of drafted men before the committee of physician* tomorrow ta the city hall, according to Dr W. C Matthew*. city physician About 13 physicians have volunteered their <tn Ices. Ten will be on hand and the other five held in reserve as substi tute*. Mayor W. H Maloney before leaving tbe city suggested that more doctor« be obtained The city Auditoritxm ha« been placed at the disposal of th hoard for an overflow meeting of drafted men. The police department has received instructions to pursue vigorously all men who attempt to escape the draft. The name« and addresses of all men called *•'! be fumîshed to the chief. Tbe ones failing to appear «ill be ar rested immediately. This morning a drafted man who had been instructed to appear Monday asked that his examination be put ahead or continued, as he wants to go fi shin g for a few davs. This is serious business and the men must appear at the exact time when they are r rdered." «aid Dr Mat thews this morning "If n: except ; n would be made to the rule we w wild get into no end of trouble" STARTS SUIT TO SECURE DISCHARGE OF MORTGAGE Flora E. Green, through Attorneys ■'Shm*** E Healv and F L. I.- 'er.t to day brought suit agà;ns t W A. O'Brien to ae-* ire a rei*a.«e or dis charge of a mortgage and for dam - age* In the complaint it is s**. ;t that on April 1. IkOv th* flair* ff de livered to the State Sa\ r.cs ink a mortgage on her j:roper: * «e-'ure payment on a note for II After wards. according to the - •mplaint. the note and mortgage were a««;gned to defendant. June 1. 191T. -he note and mortgage were F*aid wi: ;:-.tere»t and the note stamped paid It is alleged that the defendant has ref used to have an *ntry made the discharge of the mortgage on the margin of the records • or to deliver t « the plaintiff a properly ex lease The plaintiff sks th* urt for a certificate of release of the mortgage $1,000 damages for injury ^r.d d-rpre^: atkm of the plaintiffs pr pert y ITôO as damages for time and money ex : by • the return of the Insurance poli on plaintiff's property and for -ms f the action. Swbicr b» for the Butte Da ly Post TRIANGLE S BRIGHTEST STAR Bessie Barriscale —IN— "BORROWED PLUMAGE" CRITICS PRAISE THIS SO WILL YOU j j MOVING PICTURE WORLD: "I» bright and pleasing to the eye." NEW YORK TELEGRAPH: ''Fall of fun and merriment. Contains many good laughs." NEW YORK CLIPPER: "An interesting story from beginning to end. 9 * EXHIBITOR S TR ADE REVIEW : "Is dis tinctly worth aeetng.** NEW YORK DRAMATIC MIRROR: "Excel lent costume« with jnst enough thrills. The vi rerions personality of Resale Barriscale in a cap tivating madcap role.** i i I I j } TODAY AND SATURDAY ijjijjsiy 5 i I j ' j j j ! SOMMER COURSE , [KITHIGH Grammar Schools Will Finish Up Extra Work a Week From Today. The first installment of the local summer school course was completed late this afternoon when the high school finished its six weeks' work. The grammar schools of the city will conclude the summer school course a week from toda> Principal M.11.kin said this afternoon: "The summer school this year was a success in <pite of many disconcerting factor«. There was a fine attendance and 1 feel that much good work was accomplished.* - Superintendent Maddock said: "Tbe summer school for the grade schools of the city will conclude next Fr.day afternoon The attendance has been good and the special training given the pupils will be found to hase been of much service." CONGRESSMAN WOULD DRAFT ALL I. W. W.'S INTO NATIONAL ARMY Wa»n rgton. D C- Aug. 1 0.— D-a*t a!l tbe ioafe**." is th# ad v ce given by Représentât ve John son of South Dakota, who intro duced a bill n the house to ac* comp *h that pu'-poee. The John sen bill would gather nto the a*my •very ere between 25 and 50 years old re* engaged in useful occupa tion st 1 ce tween h.m whg lca*s because of g-«at wealth and k m who oafs be cause of an abhorrence of work. •My fc I s des gned to make ev ery on» gc tc wa- C' go to work." sa d M- Johnson 'The reg-ments recruited mrde- it will consst of the die sons of wea'thy men. I. W. W.'e and other brand» of s ack er». Ai i of tnem are ccns^^.ng w thout producing and a-e a men ace to democracy. W« can dra # t at least a d.via or cf I. W W. s in tbs northwest." WYOMING MAN FOR THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT Washington. Aug 10 —Sel don G. *r - EIRTHDAY PARTY Maun« Eut.'*. : "il W*»- Grtr.iV f.reet ertertame-t 2> of der j'.-ang friend» VxUy »: her o-tf tise ace**v >n of her eightr. b rtfc day She » the daughter of Mr st»d Mrt Arthur E»jf':n. The lit-.ie peo; > had % de lightfol t.me Gxme» and • :-» in*, and a vis luncheon »u »erred. * Final Clearing of a Lot of W omen's PATENTKMSHOES Products of D. Armstrong Co. Short Vamps, Tip Toes.* FULL S5.00 VALUE ATi Announcing for Saturday a final ar.d reso lute clearing out of a group of »omen's smart patent kid shoes with kid tops: short vamp style with tip toes and the very new est heels; products of D Armstrong & Co. and are regularly worth $5.00. Special clearawav price is §3.95. TWO OTHER BIG SHOE OFFERINGS Embracing Misses' and Little Gents' Footwear iaa: u« acoot» asàe by :he Kanbkr Skæ Ce. acO rsrsi&riy s? XJ «0 ; spe Smtmrémj at OSE NLXKTT-FIVB. At $1.45 " VC Pater*i Ps*p» sakfe atra; style. firrt-rst* ^*Aa.l;ty and may hr ksd re rhea frta 114 to l reguiar *2 25 Twha*. at ONE FORTY FIVE.. ï\ LOOK, MEN! Choose From Our Entire Stock of Men's Panama and Straw Hats /S NEW TRIMMED SALE IS AGAIN PRESENT! Large and Medium and w m yjj Small Hats in the New « K#S qPt Advance Styles for Fall SPECIAL VALUES Velvet and Satin, Velvet and Bro caded Silk, Velvet and Moire, and ALso Velvet and Georgette Crepe. EVERY HAT BRAND NEW / V beeomirn «tin, b Advance ntylea in velvet combinations of a distinction admiration and endorsement of most fastidious dressers in small, medium and large shapes of velvet pieasingh cmibined with raded silk. Georgette crept or moire silk. Black-and-white, Mack-and-niMT and-Hght-blue and other combinations, as well a« all-brown, all-nary .t etc. So broad and extensive is the variety of style* that every woman'h L hat best suited for her; the values are very unusual at LOIR SEVENTY SPECIAL!^ fSPECIAL!"! SPECIAL!^ ( SPECIAL!"! SPECIAL! tbe New FTag with rfeiaes AjMrieaa rsts: ~a_ eoi or» . v ery »■ sr*d at tract: v* Extra «ai Saturday ' ar.d OuMrea's -Of €re ribbed m biace. «bite sa tar. icrifcie sad toes Extra »recia' Sarcr L day at arvd 25c tavelas fa., wide; all new r*- -j and coior efoc*j *^e s ^ i " 35c y Wtaen'i Fiber and Thread-Stlk Hsse — In black, white ar.d assort ed colors i lisle rartcr top. fcee!. toe and sole. 50c. ^specialO ^specialD Women's New Middy Ties Made from crej*e de chine in aaaorted I plaids, »tripes and plain color* Specially r*»re<i | ÄS^ T .. , '. 65c. Women's Stock Collars — With jabot; they are made from fine nets, and are daintily trim med with laces ; full *1.00 value; 75c J Women's Camisoles— Of fine crepe de chine and Liberty satin ; in fleah color and white ; lace and ribbon trim mod. Spe cial at $ 1 . 00 , SPECIAL! (.loves—For f ari y Made in "ne-clup »nd finished , " stitched back ; tsn SUPERIORITY OF THN WE ENJOY TELLING ABOUT THE SPLENDID SYMONS DOLLAR SHIRT LINE' ^ Jr m V/ M Bigger and Belter in Respect to Variety Than the Dollar Line of Any Other Butte Store. The Line Has Onlv Recentlv Been Made Entirelv New. Come. See These Splendid Shirts at the Special Price BEST SHIRTS MADE IN AMERICA TO SELL AT DOLLAR Men w ho are looking for the best in dollar shirts need not go further! Here's the largest line, a line embracing the best shirts made in America to sell at a dollar! Laundered. JO* ' ^ , ; Vr*' soft French cuff golf shirts, the materials of which include best grade percales and other desirable \\ \\ y \\ shirtings: all cut full and cut to fit perfectly; scores of pattern s and color combinations. All inallj ' V , . / this Symoi /TS>' 1 ARMY BRAND JUMBO SIZE Symons line of dollar shirts is better and bigger than that of any other Butte store— $1 each. « Made With the Regulation Style Collar— Best in Butte at Only — - Better rod* sod ir from better mjAter-mis »bar. ar.y other work shirts or. the--- ÇBw Jam bo sue ar.d are triple stitched ; régula*, u n style sod fi-tahed with tw 85 « 'buttons aieeve» are double faced all the wanted Saturday at Symarx at only EIGHTY-FIVE CENT WORK SHIRTS BOYS' DREADNAUCHT SUITS MADE WITH TWO PAIRS OF PANTS $52® é ' M-\ I . ____.*ket 1 L*5cketa with ecu. y priced A new akspOMBt! Materials include dark gray mixture t ■ Pttcfictl and dependable, trench coat style with! •UM P«ekels: belt; sixes ri t o M vear- an extra" . :e Saturday at oftly FIVE DOLLARS 8UIT.I SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! BOYS' NEW BLUE SERGE SUITS , BUTTE m At 15c wAt 25c ?.* variety of Belts -etnforced ^ of « ______ . priced at *■* Arne; TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. neat Foar-in-Hand Ties in Filk H— ... plain white and fancy ^staple color» »tripea. tubular style. atVneel* and V FIFTEEN CTS. E-ACH ------- At 50c At 65c Buckle Shirt, for me ■rh coetains the freer, chair, bray »5 flag are wegy Atwills ; f. » .* FIFTY CTS. EA. SIXTY-FIVE Made tsd khaki -.-•d at CENTS. POSITIVELY BEST Splendid blue serge suits in tJ with >u<h ittktu loow b«lt effect : full cut k nie ker nwrt- : lined throu»i.out ; eitee 6 to 18 year, ; they will be - -eiwllj- r".»red on u!e at only KOL'R SIXTY-FIVE VALUE IN BUTTE I trench coat style. r Butte Agency for Famous \V. B. Corsets ISTS rowTHt BOYS'FURNISHING GOODS ALWAYS QUOTED THE CHEAPEST AT SYMONS At 50c SK. V.":* At 50c 1 kc.-d FIFTY CENTS LA Rauur At 50c ÏÏL ____ of high-grade percale in me dium dark r-oîonng* 4 to ' ♦ year» at only FIFTY' CENTS. ** from splendid grade of mu.-lin and •nade with % -shape neck special at FIFTY' CENTS EA. * At 65c French Cuff Golf Shirts made f*-om splendid percale in assorted r.eat stripes, etc : special at SIXTY-FIVE CTS. At 65c B>i W.iau e! blue At $1.15 i^Snîu'of chambray riade w ith pure womte^i ; sleevoleaa ; V ' «* neck * tyle - weli and fin is. a. SIXTY-FIVE CENTS. Uhed ; at DOLLAR FIFTEEN Butte Agency for "Münsing" l nderwear MISTS R»th: A PLAN BEFORE GONKRLSS (Continued from Page One.) mate.1 by Secretary McAdoo w approximate the roilowing: The Cost. 1st Year allow F a ... *14 : > e a * h indemni ties ............. *.7*M*«* Compensation for total disability . 5.2ÔO.O 00 Compensa* ior. for partial disability 3 200.000 Insurance against death and disa bility 2nd. Year. sm.ooo.ooo 3.70«»$ 22.000.009 5.250.000 JS.OOO.OOO 3.200.000 21.000.000 23.I0 M « 112.500,000 im.m.ooo *319.500.000 The total for the two years is thus placed at *554.«50,000. which Mr Me* Adoo estimates at leas than 6 per cert of the cost to the country* of con dieting the war In Its general features the bill was approved by the advisory committee of insurance representatives summoned by Secretary McAdoo to Washington July 2. Insurance Men's View. "They opposed, however," Mr. Mc Adoo advised the president, "the grant of any government insurance over and above compensation. They favored, over and above compensation, the payment by the government of *1,000 in each case of death during service or within five years after discharge from service In Hen of insurance." Children up to 18 years of age and wives of men and officers would be given family allowances. Other de ! rendent relatives »could be given al lowances only in case voluntary allot pay Duty of the Men. The bill does not attempt to cover the methods to be pursued in re-ed ucating and rehabilitating men. Two principles, however, are recognized. The man's obi.gallon to avail himself of such opportunities as the govern ment may provide under penalty of loss of compensation during "any pe riod of unreasonable refusa!" and a man's right to disability compensation regardless of his individual economic recuperation. W'hen disability results in death de jendents would receive from *15 to *19 a month, the sum again N ing rated according to the circumstances ; of the dependents All insurance of this character, the bill provides, would be "non-assign aMe and free from the claims either of the insured or of the beneficiary." It would be : mited to wife, children and other specified kindred. On the administrative side, the bill provides for a division of the govern ment s war risk insurance bureau into j two sections, one on marine and sea . men s insurance, the other on military and naval insurance. SIYS CHAMBERLAIN WHS MEMBER OF THE BHND1TS (Continued from Page One.) City, lenn . and is now serving time in a federal prison for the crime. Blevins was seen in Helena on May 1« at the Great Northern depot about to take a train for thia city The holdup occurred about midnight on May 18. It will be remembered that while the holdup was in proer-s, a telephone message was aont o thia city inform I ■ ' . tr '' s °® c * r * °J '" f! holdup] * -■ ;? them that the highway t u ... * . - 1 . r Sheriff r ,.,. " " h*epjt) Liât y ' rifles. imm*<X?eW Wk , h "Tf" ana sheriff's auto and stanT^out'o'n the f ir+*g on-Anacorda r* l to TnfkA « .>> r • -rs They were ourtTr 'd o ! ■;* '-^t £0 to 60 miles an hour and j the eff.rt f the sheriff s officers to • top the ir proved futile Tiie sheriff s car was .tuickly turned aV,ut and a hot chase followed Both machine. traveled ,t a high rate of «need and at the corner of Mereurv a-,d Alabama •tree-.! the ha:. dite machine went into ! the a 'ter The sheriff's officers opened (ire dur ' < the chase and Davy O'Connor sue ceede<| in wounding Taylor, Mho was " r ^ of I*art He was captured ar .j hnr :<<! over to the authorities at Ar ,ruî wh«»re a couple of weeks ,0 h " 1'cadvd guilty to a charge of ; mur.iir and w a « sentenced by Judge ' state prison for life. d. _J* l,h T *y'or in the penitentiary , hamherlain dead and Blevins in à f-derr. prison three of the four prin pa " :n ,hc famous holdup are now "counted for. i - , The Eternal Sin."" wdtk-h ^1'' bè° ae ^„ M the Rialto until Saturday night only 1 norence Reed play, , h( , fart 0 B f Hf ' HnT *l'< The ,,on j, taken from ictor Hugos drama, which cast, t d^cren, Ug ht U po n , ht , fnom that generally accepted by^i^i ,orians ' hls ' I The traditional view „r _________ Winston to th-' The otbere escaped AMUSEMENTS LUCRETIA BORGIA— VAMPIRE OR VICTIM? or Rorsia is that she tu responsible for much of the crime and vice at the •irt nf ,, errara . The author of the play, whose deep humanitarianism is revealed in his other masterpiece. "X.es Mlserahles. ' refuses to believe this, 8ho *' , Lucr * ,ia as a woman who " as a v * ct,m circumstances rather U ' an " deIib *™' e ''«mplr.. Throuxh ^ W-h J'""*"* s ' va5 ed by o .- inu l h p J ,re ** emotlons - Rnd 1} K hen she encou "tera lnjus a .° n lk ® 1 art of her enemles 'hat becomes unscrupulous in her ven J'T' 1 '®' She "•-* the means that she '' ad '" n em,:ilo î' f ' d »'be® childhood—It Tk" th * .® nlr Col ' rse Mie Knew—and th f tragedy is precipitated through her T" 10 ''' recolUnK a»5ainst herself and * l ' e , lo ' cd most sincerely, I ^ u retia s life was a series of sen ,2 nal ! ncIdent *- "«H authenticated ✓ historians. She was the daughter [' ^drigo Borgia, who afterwards '"■came Pope Alexander VI.. and the the notorious Caesar Rbrgta. „ r r,rst hu * ban d was the I.ord of Pesaro. but thia marriage was an null y 1 "t" 1 sh «t then married Alfonso. " e l ,h '' w °* 'he king of Xaplea Al î? nSO '' n * ae "<l In a feud with Caesar and waa tonn to pieces by his i '" r " hotlyguard at Caesar's command. I.ucretla married a third time, to the I 'use d Kste. who later inherited the Duchy of Ferrara, and it was at this court that the tragic events related by V let or Hugo took place. BEN HUNGER ]s , FOUND by friends h d'l ' h '" morn,n S th ® l»»t word 1 i *' B * n ,,unKer - dancing master ? bar,e!ldor of ">la city, from his TtT ' 8 " When ' ,hen » r ** 1 ' melt »■ P<,rtl,nd ' ° re • he received an * l, "n to attend his youngest' dlè ^1.7.^'"^ Thia '"orntn, he was I sgreeablv surprised to hear that Ma „ ter waa ,lv 'ng In Syracuse. N. T. hereabouts ANSOM LAST TIMES TODAlj and no increase in prie* charming screen lx**i KITT GORDOl "The Beloved Adve extra: COMING TOM0I Butte's Best Zinsli tunt through s cousin. B at the' present ttuis in Mr. Hunger has *'**■' jl ., since 1875 and in M° n ^ His sister's nan* * - "»Ä. Adank by Mr. Hanger's rel» 1 been frozen to^ deatn d'Alenea in 1881.