rtwtis the mm
It's NOT 1
■Iw — NOT a eorr
rr.vn ethereal hquvd
but a very »impie
treatment which coat*
Go to your druevi»: mod insist
upcn getting a genuine
Cut a piece of plaster the sue of your corn,
apply it to the painful offender »no leave
it there three nights successively. The first
touch of Oro-Fmo ends your suffering, and
it's guaranteed U- root out the core of the
corn painlessly : if it does not, go to the
drug store you bough: it at and get your
mo ej back. 25c at all druggists New -
bro Drug Co., Butte.
Wonderful Remedy for
One dose convinces.
Newbro Drug company and
other reliable druggists.
1ÏÏÏE IN BRIEF
Kilnh and ^ :fe and *ïeorg
d wife left today, via autoroo
Ennis, where they wili nsh f
HU family, wl
for a few da> 3
the Garden city
scuia was also
d been v
ith him to
J. V. Dunlop of ' la
in the party,
te of the day clerks of
eft today for Chey
enne. where he has accepted a posit.on
with th« Plains hotel. Rankin ex
pected to leave in 1Ô days but made a
change in his plan*.
Victor C. Aldcrson leaves tonight on
the Oregon Short Lire fur Denver
where he will \is.t for a few weeks
with friends and relatives
Mr. and Mrs Thomas La veil and
children left Thursday morning fur a
tour of Yellowstone National jark.
H. A. Rudder will be among the pas
sengers tonight or :he Short Line for
Mr. and Mrs. W. b. Frank of Big
Timber are here for the week-end.
Mrs F. D Molle ur of Melrose is
among the day s arrivais in Butte.
Mrs O. W. Giihooley of Logan is
registered at the Thornton hotel.
Thomas W Bradley and son of Bel
fr.ub are here for the week-end.
Brooke Hartman of LewLstown is
spending a few days .u the city.
Mrs. R V Gillette of Deer Lodge
Is registered at th*: Grand h<*tel.
Dr G L. L'ttley and wife of Twm
Bridges are in the city t*>day.
C. M. Wheeler of Bozeman
g the weei
Mrs E.lza Lemta of Hardi
iatered at the Ftnlen hotel
C. R- Foster of Great Fails
ir.g a few days ;r. the city
W H. McMaster of Helena
Ing a few days .n the city
Mrs. Fred Yea of Bozema:.
tered at the L^ggat hotel.
J M. Reynolds came her*
home In Boulder today.
H. C Hendrick' Ar.d wif*
are here for a few days
R M Esgar of Bozeman is
the week-end in the city.
Mr and Mrs W H Law:
are :n the city today
San. :$t~phens«n of Grea
her* on business U da
am Li I
the city on l .sir.**'
C B Marks and wife of Great Falls
are in the city today
The New Edison. 12« Broadway
il C. Gilbert of Basin is registered
at the A coma hote
Mr and Mrs Frank Keyes <•? Dtvide
are in Bu;*e today
J. M. Jackson of Sheridan is am«*. g
the day's arrivals.
Clive M Young cf Three Forks is
bere for a short stay.
Asa Willard of Missoula is pending
the day in the city.
W A- Dunn of Hanr.sc* is registered j
st the Butte hotel. j
Edison Phonographs. 11« W Broad
R, B McKojr of Pony I« in the city
on business today '
Edith K Rona ud of Helena Is here j
for the week-end |
N f* Poole of Townsend is among ^
the «lay's arrivals.
J A- Bessette of Belgrade Is here on
W. R- Feister of Billings is amo:»g the
day s arrivals
H. S. Bickte of Havre is here for a
B D. Long of Ia>weth is in the city
BRAINS AND MONEY
Cannot prod ice a more interesting or
better magaam- than the Cosmopoli
tan. If you read its wonderfully
Clever stories and articles you will
realize it. If not get the September
number today and you will always
read it. The new Pictorial Review
and the Pk tonal Fall Fashion Book
are also out today and they will prove
a real treat to every woman who
loves interesting near creations and
fascinating atoriea t . They're all ready
for you today at 'The P.
Bland. J* West Park streets—Adv.
Main springs IL «uarantaed Mey
er. lowest priced Jeweler le Monta* a
SI Wsct Park.—Adv.
MOVE TO PUT NEW
Commissioners Favor Creating
The first move to put into operation
the law parsed at the last sc** •»» of the
legislature was taken today when the
county commissioners passed a résolu- .
,tion declaring: in fav.r of creating Inc.-;
provement district V 1 in the Boule
The action of the commissioners wa
the result of a petition presented to
the hoard signed b> 68 residents of the
locality asking for the creation of the
district for the purpose of construct
ing sanitary sewers and a sewer out
let. In the resolution it is stated that
the approximate estimate of the con
struction of the sanitary sewers and
I the outlet i*
I The |ia>ments are to extend over a
period of three >ears and the work i<
to be paid for bs improvement bonds
Fach lot or parcel of !and *haî" be a>
!scssed for th.it part of the whole cost
wh ch it* area bears to tin area of the
jeutire district, exclusive of tin streets
avenues alleys and pub. c places
The law require«, the pubneation of
,th< resolution and ih^i a notice be sent
to each resident of the district as to
;the time when any protests may h
•heard to the creating of the district
Aug. 28. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon
|at the commis storers* office as the .
jtime for the hearing of protest'
Mr# M L Burke of lit East Center jl
.'tre-e: and daughter Nellie, have re- l!
turned from Atlantic City, w here Mrs
B-rke attended the national conven- f :
it:- : : the Ladies Catholic Be ne voler. . '
- let During her stay in the east.
Mrs. Burke visited friends In Wash- \
C.. and Chicago, and stayed j
days in Leavenworth. Kan . I;
sther daughter is studying I
Mr and Mrs Elijah More*»mb of SOT
North Main street left today for a 10- \
day fishing ar.d camping trip to Red ;
I-eslle Barker of 7 O'Neil street will ■
leav e this evening for Billings, w here
he will visit friends and relatives for
the remainder of the summer.
Mis. Mamie Lenahan and Miss Kate
Harrington returned yesterday from i
an enjoy able automobile trip through !
Yellowstone National park.
Perv y F. May of 6 Bennett stree t
h.Ts been confined to his home from
Illness for the past few day*
s me tim
c of East
i/red tn a
rlee club of the
w 1! hold their an
to be ab« » it
Mr- Julia She.*, and granddaughter. !
Florence Walsh. Mrs Wn Mulcarc
ind nephew, Dan. and the Misses
Mabel Noonan and Anna Iscnihan will
eave Sunday f. r Hancock. Muh..
where they will
J H Toüock
of U Benne
•x>nfined to his
f rien os at ,»n automobile party to
B- . »« r S> r;r.g* Wednesday evening
A* Richards Ray Gregory and AI Mur
irish were the other members of the
Tronin of 2« East Cen
aceepted a position
I confined to
of V) Bennett street
home from illness.
J«.«seph J Dies tel of Hennessy's Cen
ters »Ile store was the recipient of
man congratulations this morning
when it was learned that he was one
of the sut'cesafnl applicants for a place
m the second encampment of the of
ficers reserve training camp at the
Presidio in San Francisco.
Misses Rena and Mery Barker of 7
«»'Neil street will leave for Billings
Sunday to spend the rest of the rum
mer with relatives.
be nr- * laa* meeting at »
ht on account of the
hur , n , or ,
The picnic <*f the Fp worth league
of lhe Trinity Methodist Episcopal
church will i«e held >n Commercial
day at a (lore to be announced later
by the arraxurement committee.
RESIGNS OFFICE WHEN
SHE'S ARRESTED AS AN
San Francisco. Aus. lö —Mrs. Mary
Mallov Kraus, «»rested as a con
spirator against the operation of the
le<tire draft law, explained to the
. . . .
authomiea toda> thaï she had r*«»Bned
her poaition as secretary of "The
American Patriots. an organisation
incorporated In California. At a hear
ing before United States Commissioner
Francis Kruli she was released on
bail of I2.SOO
THE WISE FOOL.
-laov# la blind. w quoted the 8**e
"Tqi," commented the Fool. But
- Jaalousy aoon equip# ,k»«a with *reen
If you really have aornethin* to aay.
people «rill not criticise the jrrammar
I j ou uae.
The "Quality FtaT Store
The -Quality First" Store
MANY ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS IN FINE QUALITY BED FURNISHINGS HAVE BEEN PREPARED!
SATURDAY, THE LAST DAY OF THIS GREAT BARGAIN EVENT—DON'T NEGLECT THIS RARE OP
TUNITY TO SECURE YOUR BEDDING SUPPLY AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES.
On the payment of a small deposit we will lay aside any selection made f>;
patrons in this sale until such time as they wish to complete the purchase.
Woolnap Plaid Blankets at S3.95
An extra SF e,: '-*' bargain offering for this sale.
This is a blanket which is most popular because
of its splendid wearing qualities and fine ap
pearance. Regular $5.00 value.
Wool Plaid Blankets at $4.95
In a most attractive selection of colored plaids;
a perfect blanket in weave and finish, and one
that will give excellent service. A $6 00 value.
Bagley Plaid Blankets at $7.95
Absolutely all-wool blankets, thoroughly
scoured and shrunk, shown in handsome pink,
blue, tan and gray plaids, perfectly finished in
every detail. Regular $9.50 value.
WOOL COMFORTS $6.95
Splendid quality tufted comforts, in very
serviceable grades; covered with dainty silk
oline in a wide assortment of colorings. Reg
ular $9 value.
WOOL COMFORTS $9.95
Delightfully soft comforts, filled with fine
'.amis' wool, fully scoured and sterilized; cov
ered with flowered silk mull in a great va
riety of patterns; finished with Florentine
borders. Regular $12.50 value.
Plaid Blankets^ Wool Comforters! r White Blanke
Halcyon White Blankets atl
A very fine selected quality wool-filled W*
with cotton warp; a blanket that will »■»
wear as well as the finest wool.
Else White Blankets at $5.95
A splendid blanket of mixed wool that will«
more than usual service and satisfaction, n
finished. Regular $7 50 value.
Hanover White Blankets at $6.951
An exceptional quality white wool blanket it
is warranted to give excellent service i
respect; very nicely finished Reg. $8.50tak
Gray Blankets Pil i ow Bargains'
GRAY WOOLNAP BLANKETS AT $3.95
Our "Leader." a blanket that cannot be equaled at
near this price: well made, finished with pink or blue
borders. Regular $5.00 value.
GRAY WOOL BLANKETS AT ONLY $5.95
A silver gray wool blanket of a soft, fleecy quality
that will give more satisfactory service. Regular
FEATHER PILLOWS $1.19
Splendid quality all-feather pillow-s, covered
with attractive art ticking. Regular $1.75
FEATHER PILLOWS $1.95
Of the finest quality, filled with soft white
feathers, covered with fancy art ticking. Reg
ular $2.50 value.
COTTON COMFORTS AT ONLY!
Cotton-filled comforts in a good weight ; coverdJ
pretty printed material in floral designs; verji
made. Regular $1.50 value.
COTTON COMFORTS AT ONLY
Sanitary, cotton-filled comfort' covered with•
tively patterned silkoline; hand tied.
Pearl Hatpins of medium
length; special 2 for 15o
Envelopes of excellent
quality papier, special, per
Hair Nets—I n v i s i b 1 e
fringe hair net in black
and " blonde ; 10c values,
Steel Toilet Pins of good
quality, special, 2 papiers
Writing Tablets — Plain
and ruled ; fine quality
for easy writing, special
for ................. '5<t
Hair Nets and Face Veil
Combinations in all the
wanted shades; special 3
SPECIALLY PRICED AT $5.00
Including a wonderfully attractive variety of dresses in linen
crash, ginghams, wool crepe, chambray, linen, voile, lawn, piques,
etc.; in empire, bolero, low-belted, tunk and novelty stvles;
shown in almost every color and hundreds of beautiful com
binations with dainty trimmings; yarn and fancy embroidery
hemstitching; fancy collar, etc.; sizes 8 to 15 years. Regu
lar prices up to $10.00.
CHILDREN'S DRESSES $1.49
A varied assortment of smart little
chambrays. percales, white lawns
straight effects. Sizes from 6 to 14
mode,:, made of durable wash fabrics, including ginghams,
In stvies are shown the popular middy, empire and
Knit Underwear Bargains
™"5" S , L : N1 . 0N >■«««- BOVS' UNION SUITS—!■ R-,
less, with tight knees; made of fine mercerized
lisle; well reinforced and finished with band
tops. Sizes 4 5 and 6 : reg $ 1.50. now $1.35
Stzes / 8 and 9; regular $1.65 now §1.50
WOMEN'S VESTS—Of a good quality and well
finished in the low neck and sleeveless style: in
regulation and extra large sizes. Regular 45c
for only ...................... 35c
SUITS—In a good serviceable
weight; well finished in every detail; short
>!eeves and knee length; shown in all sizes.
Regular 45c, for.......................35^
B(.0 S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS—-Of genuine
porosknit or balbriggan; the shirts have long or
short sleeves; the tights are in knee and ankle
lengths: all sizes. Regular 45c, for......25£
Soap—Special, 5 for J
Java Rit e Face Powi
Regular 45c for.
Cassimere Floral Yu
Peroxide — Regular
Mary Garden Talc<
Mabelle Rouge, wM 1 *
ror and puff; regutoj
OPERATE ALONG LINES OF
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Bisbee Citizens Refuse to Suspend the Deportation of Men Sus
pected of I. W. W. Activity. Governor Campbell Starts an
Investigation of Conditions and May Call for Federal Troops
to Take Charge of Situation in the Warren Mining District.
..troop*, that he would have a full dia
CUMlon witfc th * ^riff c f the county
Tue.- n. A r 12. Au* 1 ».—Uon* d ls ']
tai.ee telephone roeaaasea from Blab«« !
thi. morning aay it «aa reported that
Governor Campbell had aaked that fed
eral troop* be sent to the Warren die- I
trtet. but the report was denied j
today by Governor Campbell. The |
governor aaid he had not yet called for
1 and the mayor before taking action
The following account of condition»
lr. Bisbee and the surrounding district
Is taken from reports and statements
of Arizona officiais.
The business men and other citizens
of Bisbee are standing behind the
Loyalty league and Vigilance commit
tee, which is deporting all persons be
lieved connected with the L W. W.
from the Wgrren district.
The vigilance committee meets daily
and takes up the cases of men charged
with being sympathizers with the I. W.
Y. The committee is composed of
about 20 members, chosen by the I-oy
a| t>' l*»*ue and har a chairman of the
secretarj. who keep» a record of the
proceeding» There a!»o ■» a marrha.
who execute» the judgmenta of the
committee from which there la no ap
peal. The marshal is a deputy sheriff
and has a Urge r»«ae at his command
to enforce the decrees of the com
mittee. Sheriff Wheeler sometime»
Mts with the committee
When a man is ordered deported he
Is informed of the judgment of the
committee by two deputy sherlfr» and
told that he is to leave the district
within a stated time. During that
period he is continually under aurveil
lance. the deputies assigned to see that
he leaves the district accompanying
him. assisting him In getting his ef
fects together and finally seeing that
he is put on a train at Osborne, a
junction near Bisbee
When they learned that the State
Federation of lAbor was about to send
I fk 00 '"r" to Oisl.p* to investiicate
! n industrial conditions, the vigilance
I unanimous to turn back the
j comm.ttee and the marshal wa —
Judgment of the com- !
T ' n '* r
m1 "«* wa ' canWout Attorney
2 ou * lo ,he
of ,aw f " r m-bn« of , h * com
«M~fr"m' l ?hr Ur ** citi- j
| committeemen flatU-'^to'd^ m bU J
that they intend contin.,ie- .7 , Jone "
tine, and ordering and .. ,,
nnn«>i--___• executing de
Portatlonu as long
the I W W. ac
to do otherwise
UUld " » off copper productio n there
CLERK IS ARRESTED
Ariz.. Aug. 10.—Walter
Coakley, a postofTlce clerk
Rowing the disappearance of a *10
biil * t~m the I«.,
bricklayers^ attention !
■Special meeting Sunday. î p . m
Important that all
Subscrib. for th. Butt. Daily p ott .
SOUTH SIDE NOTES
Staple and fancy groceries; prompt
delivery. Taylor Grocery, 1«39 Harri
*° n avenu «- Phone 1031.—Adv.
n,- i Ï,
^f rs - M. Deerschley of Spokane
fTT? ve< * in t * le clt >' las * night and will
friends on the south Hide for a
Dr. J R. Ward of Missoula is a guest
at the Bt-nnett hotel, w hile in the city
for a few days on business.
Mr and Mrs. F. W. Wright of
Ovando are visiting friends ôn the
south Bide while In the city for a few
■*-" on a pleasure visit.
Mi»» Lena Ring of 430 Indiana ave
nue. bookkeeper at the Andrus Grocery
Company, will leave tomorrow eve
nln <? for Moose town in the Highlands.
where »he »rill visit her sister. Mn. B.
I- 1-arson, for several weeks.
Mrs. Annie Xeeman of Billings is the
guest of friends on the south side.
whUe in the city for a few
C. K Rogers of Spokane ia a guest
at the Northern hotel, while in the city
tor a few days on business.
Park l.owther of 1001 South Main
street and daughter. Mrs. Floyd Wat
»on. an<l hu- ,I " i ^ ! ' .mi
from Dillon last ^
Lowther h< "*' n „„
time. Mr :«nd Mr»
visit here for
Iter "■» ' "
Mr. and Mi
south side, while stopp
for a few days.
son Jack of the =»" ,h " ^
for the Highlands S«**'
will enjoy a few
SEAMED AND EMPLff
AGREE ON WAR'
Washington. Au *.
seamen and their tM ^ f
to a full agreen ; ea<>
working condiuons l ,^
which government off)
wives the the 1
ticient men to oper* _
chant fleet the couin^_
A SPECIAL MASS
ha. been called .«£' ^
the local metal t
the A. F of ! a
Sunday afternoon »'^^.rtaueej
Matters of gf»'*' • ( srillH
Butte labor m»'' ,
cuased. All »'
are respectfully reque? J
ent. (Signed) .
META I- TRAPES 1
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