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?ept Sunday by the Butte Daily
Post company. 28 Vest Granite
street. Butte. Montana.
Entered as second-class mat
ter Jan. 29. 1913. at the post
office at Butte. Montana, under
the act of March 3. 1679 _
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Anaconda.....203 Main Street
Dillon.....IS So- Idaho Street
Doer Lodge. .Deer Lodge Hotel
J. P. MeXiSnee. Special Agency
Sole Eastern» Advt. Agent. 334
Fifth Aver.no........Nes* York
122 S. Michigan Av*.. Chicago
Bassets Office ..... 4!3
Editorial Rooms .........1015
Business Office ............C
Outage of Address
la H<n| to«.— ca«=*ai »a tow »*
Iru. la-aoaa at* »Ukm àaa •» ta«-«
sons | fwa.v Oetaarr- «O oV4»
tfa. COW 5y T^eos-ra* U**
S »fa* papm. ilsas .«■ s axr,
»ai paya»-, ym toe Bans Ifeaty ts*
0"ca Paras of t)»* C ty c* B.Sts
TSc Psat « a Mtoriar of tha
Audit Sns, at Ct-aarta'.l.-na.
READY FOR ACTION
Bam Boot bestoid ret—te-i etoce
his return tr^m Rw*a. tha- tne d^
tails in the couuaiae a s report must
ew«e f?es the pre-îéer* -nd sot fr- m
kim or his aaari 1Hiw That is. •#
Gamnm, to accerdaure with the
diplomatic anrv^-.'.ee ma le and pro-^
Tided. Whether the presi ieut will give
U> the puhLtv an r-qpcn.vr. A the
th'ngs reported w.- the mm re- (
mnins to be. seen. :
, _ .v
e*-. «»».Wir. « «00.1 -.h.af
were sard either o> Mr Hoot or bis
associates while they were rrvai.rr the
continent, homeward bound, coo* era
tor tb* c.»«Jition, or tbr «tlook ii»
IltoSsia. It was generatalk, but it
Bt« ardently hi tone; It left
ike impress*. «n npon the Ameri ar.
mtad tlttt Rue* 1 * * ~~~ ^
troubles, be presently in orderly form*
and. perhaps, do her share toward ulti
mate tfiomph for the en teats causa
Th/monben of the R-.*s«an caeamis
side of Um *»UtotV»n to ibeir psssinc
DO dcuM. •
Justified by the (acts th.»' ait . under
the otäerv.uion of these etas'-,mint
A-t fri r.s while they were ir. K-assia
At the same time, during the brief in
1 er» a! air. e tbelr resent arrival at.
son-.e ps»rt on the Paclfts- ettost ' the
tig Russ a has had dis
-s led to tfc
|-. rensK>'s ability to
failure would mean
»me time, that his
himself is senovs
of «»less* Tfc.
FOR SOLDIER SERVICE
M .V A.NA : K>
A FEW SAMPLES
of articles and oil lie
is week the notice
fr-: rr. .
WORKING OUT A PLAN
:»d min ist rat ion's
e to soldiers In
rrc«r.i mat:« tc tfc« national
nxk:nc body. It will have the
the president and prohetly '
Nrs than e-tae
other aiainMratioe war measures
The g»vermmaat's measure was intro-t
doced la house and senate today.
TY*. general idea of the plan which!
laKtntaiT McMw la abmf to nbtotl
,o the preentait »r.d rmnrr«. to
le^Lsiatkm presiding support for
reader.is of sokLers and saXlora b>
an ai i s tmeut oot of the cay of th
mer supciemeat'-l by an alk-wan**»
(mb the suvarmr.ent: liberal todetnni
flcwtivn the government arain.-'t
death or total or partial disability; a
* , stem of rehai:Oitatioc and re-educa
uoo of seriously disa »ied men u—Ms
tc rursue their former avocations and
.__. .. „ # . ____.
of th. *»•-» of m*à^rw *rJ
sailors it minimum coat to those iur
if law is crafted def^ndrats of
»n to the tor»-»« would b. -rll arrd
for. as the goveramer.t allowance
mould depend upon the size of the de
. . __ M » ___
te be worked oot on the lines of work
i man s compensate« Is to be
families and their needs
Compensation for death and dioability.
to be worked net on the lines of work
iawa, is to be
measured according to the size of
fctodlse and the io^l »ftistalned by
: J usioeto ha* been destrejed bj hi m
I J"»«" » M *>• » of ,h * proco^l
amt or hand will find the «. vernmrnt
rood» to train him in new Unes of :n
dustrv he::ttir»* hsa y hyaaoal oondiUon.
In addiiion to the plan for direst
sompensatma whK-h is Intended to re
plaoe the s»id pension system. tl
diers and sail«
to establish a rvgu
business by ■which sol
'rs ma> take out polic ;es
Pv.iiUs o; t'rvoi $1 tW#
mi> te taken out and the
paid in installments,
eau of war risk insurance of
-r> department. which for
A recent dispatch from Wasfc
department d-d not appro'
pee sat ion or Insurance law for seid:«
He declared that while the old fens
system had .:s .'.ts. it would be more
satiafa tor;» in the end It is a t ex
pected. N. e'er tot orp'SitiM fr nn
that i;carter v. ; . he er. ounterad. and
*• s te--» «i that «&;■ s. ».tai of in
sunn e worked out ty the experts of
the government will be adapted by
ongress. J it has the approval of the
i res: Jeat.
e of a com
HERE AND THERE
to make t
- I. r er of
♦- part of it :s the: have no ser.se —
Betbraum-Hailsre« has ne»er »ho»».»
t.ntov.t Sv ic-ch wt * O^xi -va
*»* a->r« U »«tir.t oc: from unùer be
the ~rash comes in Germany -—
THE ANNIVERSARY IN
THE EUROPEAN WAP
1*H — France and Austria severed
151» — Turkish army of de- |
feated and driven back into Armenia j
IM4—Rain and hammered gun- i
ftre and caused comparative lull on
Alliea captured Doiran. near SaK n
^ ' rr *m the Bulgarians.
Italians and Russrar.s *. igorously
pressed their advantage again*: Aus
' -y : • ' .n
THIS DATE IN HISTORY
151*—Magadan sailed on his fan . >
voy age of exp Krai: n.
the English, defeated the Fteach at ^
Sc Qoeetin. In fulflUment of a vow !
> . - . -
klag bufft the fkasous palace : . -
astery known as the ElscuriaL
: nsarrection la Parts aad st-j^s
tack <m the palace of the Tulllcrlca
1?11—Jay Cooke. t~- Philadel; hia
banker wh - raised milh ns of du.iars
es ..r.d r» - h |
T* MF> lh * oxtloa in the cftcfl war, born at
Sarad»isky, O. D evi in Ph^a(k.;-hiâ i
Feb. I«. ly.i
iui_Ti:.M J .-.d. of t
property destroyed by
—Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, '.awn
commander, killed at the battle of
Wila/oi Creek. M«x, Bern in Con
BffUrm in lftlf.
IIK-Lsly Tennyson, widow of the
fax»-».** poet, died in England.
>•**—The appointment of George
the British govenuaeni. wn an
' jj |5 _ first civ 'tan military
trn mrr camp «*« opened at Platts
burg. X. Y.______
Be Careful in Using
Soap on Your Hair
.• ' '
M»-t »«p» «Kd pr»iar<A »y ,mpoo«
contain too much alkal. which is very
InJwrioa ^ M „ (lrm< th , „, p HnJ
t he hair brittle,
The best thing to use is just plain
mnlsitttd cocenrut oiL Uur it is pure
anyUdâg ,l*e all to pieces.
You car. get this at any drug store, and
Simply moisten the hair with water
^ ^ ^ m ah<nU H t ^ poor ^ u w ali
thAt ^ r^uir^. u makes an a bund
o_/ew ounce* will last the whole family
anpe gf rich, creamy lather, eleanoea
^thoroughly, sad rinses out ewsity. The
and MI| to Besides, tt lottoens
and ,.k.« out every psrttoie ot dust.
dirt and dandruff.
( At the
= E* VKRYTHINCi new =
= ^ and even thine in =
=E Furniture. Rutr* and Lino- jEE
= ]eum is reduced in price. ==
1 Sensational 1
In Assortments. =
Newest of =
All Parlor Suites ^
All Bedroom Suites ËÊ
All China Closets |§
All Draperies EE
All Linoleum ==
lity Considered. ÊË
=j Were Never Sold f|
So Cheap. =
About Cost to Cleanup
the Season's Stock
CAM F STOVES.
One of the Biy Bargains
Is a S4.0Ö ( amp Stove
at Very Special Price
W. BROADWAY M
THREATENED TO GET GUN
AND KILL. IS CHARGE
; rev Frank L. Rij*:
sworn to by Joh
>nd ^,^1 , h
distr:r*»1ng the pe:
he declared. "I a
Mmton i and ret
Mr*. F rank Sk r
with third degree
t laint issued out q
ney s ofTkce by
CTlarnt Used by Deputy
tomey Frank L. Riley and
st re Omsk> court todaj.
ttlrenv.»n. the instan- e of
il-Smun. is charged with
It t9 alleged that
go over to Fred
run and shoot
* r.atz is charge-!
-vsault in a com
the county a ttor
County a ttor
fcnd filed in Jastire
T ~.e complaint va«
Krrman. who de
matz struck, beat
ai'-h a barrel
AT BUTTE THEATERS
Movm, pcfairu Today Bette
Be—tcale in -Bo-ro^to Plum«,«"
Movm, pebirs: Today and to
moerew. Ftorence Reed m "The
Today, Kitty Gordon in "Th. Be
lovsd Advsntbresa:- tomerroe,
\ ODD EV
(J 0 DAY'
SLAYS MAD COUGAR.
Portland. Ore.—In a desperate light
with a mad cougar, with his bare hand? j
as his only weapon, J Donovan of j
Bend. Ore., was the victor, according to \
his story as he was undergoing the j
Pasteur treatment at the doctor's of- |
Donovan says as he was working in
a stony Held on his ranch the beast I
sprang upon him from behind a rock j
where it had lurked.
With its 100 pounds weight it bore
Donovan to the ground. lie managed j
to get a rirtn grip on the animal s
throat, and although scratched and I
bitten, he slowly choked the breath J
from the beast.
ALFALFA KILLS STEER.
Ashland. AY is.—A story about a steer
that broke its neck In a held of alfalfa
whs brought here by Otto Regiein.
'The steer had escaped from Its pen
nd madly dashed for the open field."
"With severV neigh
efforts were made to
chase the animal Kick to its quarters.
Knraged because of its being pur
sued. it headed for a field of alfalfa
which had grown nearly three feet
high The w ind helped to snarl it. The
steer became entangled in the vines
In its fall the animal's neck was
The aid of a large scythe was
fvur.d necessary to reach the carsass.''
QUEER BEE HIVE.
S:. laiuis. Mo A swarm of bees
have lived and made honey for three
> -..^s in the brick wall at the home of
A lan Wilson at N • 14H Wagoner
place. L>r. Wilson has never interfered
with the bees and they have never
harmed him. nor has he ever eaten any
of the honey.
* is a cav
ray to the
se. on the
The entrance is a small
ntly left by the bricklayer
vr the bricks around the
n iron wall brace.
CAVE MAN ENLISTS
n Francisco. Cal —After running j
d •■n a secluded isle of the Santa
.ra group for 10 > ears, during
is his ancestors
of years before
und eame killed
r of the United
time he lived
n fish, mussels
» stone hatche
told Bayer a decade ago in
ton. la., he had tuber ulosis
^ days were numl>ered But
e came here to enlist he passed
ct physical examinai on and
once accepted. The life of a
an had effected a complete
if stripped dt wr and showed
;s t inned as h.s Lice.
LUKE M'LUKE SAYS
>yrt;ht. 1Ç*6. Cincinnati Enquirer
jealous vornan imagine
employ a private de
an Imagine as much in
can discover in a year.
:es that all her troubles
ere eliminated from
. he wouidii i have
es his boot
a - t:-- -.n »»-hen the youna man
...sks tath-r for DauL-hter's hand. As
a rr tt.r of Uot, a airl likes to be
„iss- 1 nd the only holterins she does
is f r m. re kisses. And Father seldom
sr.' - rha: t »a achter is engaged untd
Mother tells him to put on a clean
* r -»nd come on and see Daughter
The m stern small boy has an ln
ceatlve to study in s hook He v. an ts
to be a'.le to read the caption
imagine that the
oined so that a
rf .Hy to Charitv
ffe rr.an U so rabid polit i
hat he deems a vice in the
5 candidate he deems a
- party's candidate
met a whole lot of Pacifists
>'e never seen one who
** a bun- h of stock in a
w ho eeta the morn of it
rame has no business
If he hadn't been trying
tre-iody wouldn't have
trr v .' Ahat cets People into
■' ^ t restât the ternpta
k * X: lore th# crooked bypaths
'- lead frern t fce straight road
* ^ kn ' e that health is
^portant than w«, tTh B . Jt TOU
«-»^ V1 !* * he8i ' 1 -' nan believe a.
When fi»e or mx r».en meet in « ^t.
_ 1 e or *" v meet on a street
corner >,» u r-ai,*e .ha» oeo t le do not
ha\e to have anything t<.
m era er to talk *
Cur Daily Special.
«viiK Kills More Men Than
he«" a "'» ' > ^ er ' p,} ,h * Old Fo*y.
1 but »me satisfactor» labor
saving de vir«
"A bank a
replied the Old?
.proves it 25cat all drueoisL
(Bream or Mi\
Is the Sante
* Every Other Dn
O UR ENTIRE effort revolves art*
the word "S-a-t-i-s-f-a-c-t-i-o-n."
one using our purity products has c.
phoned us or informed any of our dm
without proper adjustment of any
plaint. This speaks as much for the i
ity of our products as it does for the p
manner in which they are handled.
Every drop of our milk or cream L
liquid energy—full of life-giving power
uniform and absolutely pure Pasteuriui
and clarified today and on your tablelH
On August 15th the price of our "Purity Product" I
Milk will be slightly increased. Tlii> increase is I
brought about by the increased cost of manufactur-1
ing. Milk will be 13 cents a quart or 7 1 ; cents 1 1
pint. Old prices will remain in force till fifteentli.|
The Name Montana Dairy Company ist
mark of supreme achievement in purei
803 **S. Montana SI.-* 803 'j
Milk, Cream, Buttermilk and
Delicious lee Cream
By Walt Mason.
THERE'S. NO ESCALE
There is no earthly spot, no tavern in th-. no desert
hot where agents do not go. I've tried to h;.:e myself fr
u ho'd sell me books, high on a mountain s in lonely I
nooks; in vain, for everywhere the agents finJ »>y:iliei|
me to my lair, with works by Bertha Clay 1 d in hermits'®
that little comfort gave; in far sequestered cL I've Nved. ill
and cave. I've quit the haunts of men to find ie lonesome4
where 1 might ne'er again behold an agent s aoe. On bit
barren moor 1 have concealed my frame: and
agents always came. Now on a mountain top. a th^Tleecy
in cabin home 1 stop, remote from-madding ci *ds. At last,
and calm. I scanned the plains below, and said. At last 1
^agents never go." But even as 1 spoke I saw a dame
alpenstock of oak and large gnat-metal broach She loatyd•
eve and cried, her voice a scream. "Sav, ,don t >ou want tB
works of Charlotte Braeme?'' Then down the mountain sw
in my despair, and ruined all nr, hide, and tor, a lots of bait.
ANOTHER WAR HORROR
BY BERTON BRALEY.
-Vch. Herr Professor Nietzschkc, look what you'
^«'U unde about the Superman some time I f
And now that prefix "super" ail our speech ha- 1 " :u i
A form of irritation that «f ju«ti; blame you fer.
"e cat of ''superhiscuit*' and we drink of "super!
\yp go to "supermovies** and to **s«q>erpls> -** •' *•
" e r 'de in "supersixes" if we make enough this >c
We eat at *•supcrrestaurants , ' that supercharge us
shave with "-uperrazors" pnd we bathe with \' i
Wi- read our **-ii|>ermagaFines** in superficial ' <
Our clothes are "supcrtailored'*—that's the adverti-rr«
We cannot get away from it, we're "super*'-ed <
u end dooc
the aar. ■
Oh, crabbed old professor who created "Supernui
You've gone to realms supernal mr you nv '
But if this "super'' faddishness should come unto
_ ^0*11 bet you're mighty sorry for the w.»y v
Lyon's Best Flour j
The best bread, b» '■
cuits, cake and Pf.
try can be iuad e
from, this flour
Try it next time you
Ask Your Grocer
- Grocery Company
«Tholesato DUtr"' 0 **
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