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G. I. n. READY
FDR BIG MEETING
Simon Hauswirth and Others
Will Attend Session
in Boston.
Fifteen nwr.Vr» of the Grand Artn> j
of Lb« R«r«Nle of th« department of'
Montana will attend the national meet -
in* of the G. A. R. in Boston, coin -
mène in* on Au*. 2Q and lasting for'
one week.
Among the Montana men who will
attend the meeting will be: Simon
Hauswirt h. Butte state department
commander, George H Taylor. Hel
ena; Bill Mallahan Butte. Ttiotr...?
Wilhams. Butte Charles Howe. Butte.
C. H. FTady. Ht leaa. and J R. Gesa
Billings
Orlando A. Bo: er? of K Vo mo. Ind
la slated for the next national coa
mAnder It has not been decided -
whether the Butte men will support!
Mr Somers' enr.dida«.y or not.
The follow ir e circular was issued
todaj by Stanon Hnusairtk. the state'
department commander
To the delegate* ar.d others who
contemplate going to ar.d attending
the national G A. R. encampment
Boston. Mass Aug. 2v -24. 15:7. the
following gen-fr. r.formation :s here
by given:
The national head».. 5-ters w IV. l>e a:
Hotel Vendôme. Boston.
Montana department beadouarters
n •
Public meetlr.es wfi! be held ir. Me-1
char.
hall. Boston.
Program.
M. nday Aug. . Re c' or
r<iBlxatJona. Greet it rs ta the e r .-r
Tuesday. Aug Î1 —Ten a. p&rade. '
reception »Mammacoer-iB-vhief eve- •
ms
Wednesday. A ç ÎÎ —Pifferent con
vention* in halls
Thursday A r 23 —P'fferent con- :
V t i r * fr. :
enwon.
Friday, auc 24 — En ir. fish!
dinner, etc.
Route.
On Aug. IS summer tourist round-*
trip ticket* can be purchased at North
ern Pacific railway stations. p tt re,
from Butte. Anaconda or Helera to
K- «ton ar.d re: m Berths ad-i
dltlonaL Limit cf t: -.et* to re* -irr
» da>s.
FIND EVIDENCE OF
CORNER IN TOMATOES
T MtoB W. Au*. Î0. —Evidence of
» conspiracy am. -.g large packing In
terest* to corner the entire tomato
output of the Pacific coils i taci
discovered it wn=ts said today at the of
-l-*: -• trade .*003mission
A SHOW IN ITSELF
MINNEAPOLIS-MADE CAR IS DISPLAYED AT SEPARATE
SHOW. DONT FAIL TO SEE THE "MYSTERY CAR."
99
MOORE "30
BUILT RIGHT CLOSE TO HOME
A MINNEAPOLIS PRODUCT THAT SELLS FOR
$550.00
F. O. B. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
FULLY EQUIPPED
"A car for the na-w" Dealers, a.- well a.- the general public, are
especially inwted to attend this show and look this "modern motor
■»racle" cner. We are now placing «rents' territory in the stale
of Montana cm the Moore "30."
This show is absolutely free to all. Attendants in charge are at
ynur service to show this car and explain everything pertaining to
it in detail.
THE MOORE "*T IS NOW ON EXHIBITION
At the New Murray Garage, No. 49 West Granite St. Butte, Mont.
Open From 9r00 A. M. to 9r00 P. M. Each Day
MOORE MOTOR VEHICLE COMPANY
509-11 First Avenue Northeast,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Ah, Ha!
Some New Blouses!
They came yesterday, aad ia view of the fact that so maay
womea tad misses bare lately bees askiag for these damty
Georgettes, we are takiag this early opportaaky to aa
Doonce them.
$3.95 and $5.95
In Flesh and White
New as asoramc aad fresb as daisies—a very {eaeroas
rariety.
THE FLORENCE STORE
11S WEST PARK.
I
Him ON FUGE DISAPPEARS
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This rr.eLh d for removing superfluous
hair Is totally different from pastes and
rub-or. preparation*, which tr.eretj re
move ha!r from the surtace of the akin.
Just like a razor.
The only common-sense way t« remove
hair :s t, attack it under the akin IV
Mlracle. the original sanitary liquid. opr
atea on this principle. It alone obtains
certain ingredient* which give - the
power to rob hair of its vitality. It
<Les thi* by tteorvtion.
De Mi racle works equally wail for re
moving hair from face. neck. arms, un
der arm* or limbs to prevent tt from
showing through stevkïr.g?
Insjt on the gwnuia* DoMlrwcft*. It
i* the only dep'latery that has * mocev
back guaran'.ee in each package In
*Vv SI ar..1 ti bottles at aï! toilet car
ters. or direct from us in pi»in wrapper
on receipt of price.
FKF-E bookie: trailed ir. plain sealev',
ervelcpe on request. Write for it to
day ai d read It befere you make a
other application of any depilatory XV
M!r* * C h e mi c a l Co Dspr A4. Park
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THREATENED STRIKE
ON GOVERNMENT JOBS
CALLED OFF TODAY
New York. A: « If—The threatened
strike of carpenter? employed In gov
ernment work :r. this district on can
tonments nav;. yard construction and
avin.tioc fields wa? called oft today.
An agreement uas r e ac hed after a
conference between government offi
cial* and labor union leaders under
which it was agreed that union hours
and wages w: hereafter prevail or.
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The -•ontraetors ha ? objected to the
derrar of the carpenters irnion that
no nor.-union labor be employed.
RAISE IN WAGES FOR
SANTA FE EMPLOYES
Cfc' ago, Aug ll.-An increase cf
from 11 to 15 p-er cent in wage? of
1I.MI -employe-* of the Atohison. To
peka and Santa Fe railroad shop-* was
annour. ed here today. The advance
goes into effect Sept. 1
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PLAN TO GIVE CUP
TO CAPTAIN OF U-BOAT
Pittsburg. Aug 1C — Enemy alien
rlar.s to secretly send a huge loving
cup — the gift of pro-Germans in
Amer. —to th- commander of the U
boat that sunk the Lusitania were be
lieved by federal officials today to
have been knocked in the head by the
arrest of Otto T. Post.
Poet, an expert mechanical engineer
employed by the Rust Engineer.ng
company was nabbed by deputy mar
shals Among the pa pen seized were
se'eral showing that Post was active
ta the scheme, it was said today.
CHANCE TO ARREST
SLAYERS IS POOR
Despite Big Reward for Cap
ture. Lynchers Are Still
at Large.
Although reward* aggregating sev
eral thousand debar? have been of
fered for the capture of the men who
lynched Frank H Uttîe. I W W.
leader no result* have been obtained,
according to the police. It was re
ported yesterday that Mayor W. H.
Ma-onejr received a telegram from New
York sign-d "1-7-T?." defying local
police orheera in their search for the
{slayers of Little The mayor left the
i city last right for Buffalo, where he
jhft* been sent as a delegate to the no
; turns 1 convention of Eafka and there
. fore the report conld not he verified.
I Acting Mayor Hanratty this morning,
when he took charge of the mayor's
j office declared that efforts to locate
; the stayers of I-ittle will be con
j tinned
The city »ill pay li.iKh) to the per
son w > w:*.l canse the arrest and con
ic: :i cf ;h«? men responsible for Lit
tie's death.** said the acting mayor
According to Chief Murphy the*
execution of LitLe was carefully
planned and the murvierers left no clue, i
j The print of ar. automobile tire, the 1
only evidence let: behind, was thought
*to form a valuable clue Investigation. ;
however, shows there are many of such !
'ires in the city.
MYSTERY CAR COMES
TO SHY IN BUTTE
Another Addition Made to the
List of Automobiles Sold
in This City.
Announcement is made that the
M re Motor Vehicle ccmpany of Min
neapcl « makers of the famous "mys
tery mil'. ahott.> open up show
rooms fr. Butte »»ne of the my st er
tes* :s now being exhibited at the At
wmter and W.Ilium* g.*.rage ou West
Granite street {
J W Patt, fiscal agent for the Moore
car. is bow ir. Butte after closing up
contract? for 1.I0C cars. |
■ an i mp ort — I ■ *.ny
who have been interested in that make
of automobile It has long been a
purzle to many how the automobile,
fu y c . dpped, car. be sold for 1560.
REYNOLDS EXPLAINS
BIS BICE CONDITIONS
and Return Within
24 Hours.
mis Reynold* of Boulder Spring* '
was in Butte today, explained th
Jitr.n
who was in Butte today, explained
details of the race he intends to run ■
to Spokane ar.d return, within the next
few days.
"The side bet will be $1»000.* said
Rev::. Ids. "I agree to mak* the dis
tance within 24 hours. :>arring the |
usual trouble* met with on the road.
I won t agree t- overcome tack* In
th« road, placed there deliberately, or
any barrier which might be put on
the track to delà me in the race."
Reynolds says he will start on the :
run when the money la put up.
ALLEGED SPY WILL
BE INTERNED UNTIL
END OF THE WAR
Snnttl«, Aur 10.—E>r.e*t Leiboldt.
formerly engaged in the lumber busl
nee? In Brirish Columbia, was arrested .
late yesterday at Long Lake, about five ■
mile* from the Puget Sound na\-y yard. T
L+. Idt. who, with Alvo von Alveus- '
I leben, Hans Cron and George F
Schloetenborg. all of Seattle, is aus- !
pected by the federal government of
*py activities covering the northwest.
will be interned for the remainder of
the war.
Long Lake. where Leitoldt was
taken into custody, is believed to be
the headquarter* of the alleged spy
ring.
FINE SON ARRIVES -
AT V'GARRY HOME
A 12-pc und boy wa* born this morn
ing to Mr and Mra. il. F. ilcGarry
of if: West Quartz street. There art
now six children in the family, three
boys and three girls. Twins marked
the last birth in the family Mr ii -
Garry is a well-known engineer at
the Hibernia mine. Mrs. XcGarry
and tt*» ne-»- husk> McGarry are doing
fine, and Mr M Garry Is receiving
the congratulations of his many
friends on the ver> happy event. In
ciden tally Mr. McGarry Is rassing
around the cigars on the arri .al of the
new American soldier.
BIG FREIGHTERS SOON TO
RETURN TO^THE PACIFIC
San Francisco, Aug 10.— Six freight-]
ing vessels now operated on the At-1|
Untie coast by the Pacific Lime com
pan:- are to be brought here *>>on for
servie* to all part* of the world, it
became known today. A number of!
these boats are steam driven. Other*
it is expected will be fitted out with
steam engine* on their arrival here.
The schooner William E Burnham i*
already on the coast, and it is planned
to convert it into a steam ship on tt*
arrival here from San Pedro. Thane
i boat* are said to be needed to provide
against a lack of bottom* on the Pa
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The Shiner Co. Will
Save You a 1
On the Purchase ol Good Furni
for a $75.<X> Genuine
—True, this furniture has been in use but has all been refinished
the workmen in our finishing department, and many of the p'
cannot be told from new goods. Furniture for the living room,
dining room, the bedroom or kitchen.
L,„h„ n „"E] Everything You Need at a Saving
" X I One-Half and Your Own Terms Will
$25
in Excellent Condition
I Pullmanette Revolving Seatgi^.
I Bed Davenports â\èw\lfeeks ' Ç
($32.50
FOR A $55.00 DAVENETTE UPHOLSTERED IN
VSE LEATHER WITH A SOLID OAK FRAME.
[You wouldn't kne* that this Davenette was ever in use. as it shows
j no wear. Frame is so'. : d oak fumed finish and upholstery of Span
== ish Chase leather w -h smooth seat and hack. Its ÔÏOO Pwfi
= worth $55.00. B u\ t tomorrow at near half price mtf V/
^2 50 F0R A ,65 0 ° PULLMANETTE it
PHOIS
IN GENUINE MOROCCOLINE WITH
ELEGANTLY MODELED FRAME.
Genuine Spanish moroccoline. Complete with mattress
springs. Smooth seat and back not tufted. Frame worko!
oak in the fumed finish. You wouldn't know it had ever l
use, unless Shiner told you. You'll pay $65.00 or ÛMf)
$70.00 for one out of stock. Sale at............
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for a C ombination
Book Case and Writ
ing Desk.
Cost when new $20.
Combination book
case and drop leaf
writing desk Book
:ase has glass door;
$20.00 vaiue for only
$7.50
This Bed $5.50
H Worth
$12.50
Will
Vernis .Martin, all-gold, with 2-inch con
tinuous posts; regular $12.50
values; priced now at........
100 other styles worth to $8.50;
priced as low as.........
$5.50
$1.50
for Dressers With
l,arge Mirrors Worth
to $20.00.
Dressers that have all
the appearance of
new; late styles that
cost when new $20;
for only
For Only $5.
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SIDEBOARDS
Goldea oak sideboards; worth
'SdO.OO; tomorrow
for only .........
Sideboards that cost $65.00 are
, reduced tomor
| row to........
CENTER TABLES
■Parlor tables worth $3.00 and
$4.00; on sale to
morrow for onlv.
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82.50
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— springs ; worth $7.50, for.. .

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$9.75
st $65.00 are
$16.75
VBLES
i $3.00 and -
$ 1.00 J1 - #0
Kitchen Queens at $2.50
'Good condition; you know what
they cost—$5.50 to $6.50—shop
earlv for these at.. . 82.50
Buffets at Only $18J>0
Good as the day they were bought;
$50.00 values for only..... 818.50
Ranges at Only $15.00
Refinished ranges that cost $40.00
when new, on sale for..... 815.00
Ranges at Only $22.50
Almost any make vou can think of.
values as high as $70 for. §22.50
$15.00
Is worth $9.50
:$4.75
KITCHEN CABINETS
Kitchen cabinets worth $40.00
are on sale for
only.....
Kitchen cupboards worth $9.50
are on sale tomor
row for only.
ROCKERS
A very large line of good rock
ers on sale tomor- Kfl
row as low as.....tpJLat/"
Commodes at $2.00
Solid oak commodes that are worth
$5.00 to $6.50; sale price. .. .§2.00
Couches at Only $3.50
Velour couches that cost when new
$15.00 to $20.00, offered.. §3.50
I/eather Couches at $8.50
Couches that are upholstered in Bos
ton leather and worth $20.00 to
$25.00, for only........... §8.50
Kitchen Cupboards $6.50
Fitted with two glass doors; in fine
condition; $13.50 values____ §6.50
irs
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$ 2.1
f 11.00 for $25.00 Extension
Tables.
Pedestal extension dining tables
6-foot, with 42-inch top: solid
oak; $25.00 values for §1J ,Q()
$9-)0 for $20.00 Extension
Tables.
Pedestal extension 6-foot tables
that cost $20.00 are on sale for
0Dl >'.................89.50
$4.50 for $10.00 Extension 6
Foot Tables.
Square shape 6-foot extension
tables; worth $10 and $11.50; at
the bargain price of $4.50
$6.50 for $15.00 Square Shape
Extension Tables.
Golden finish 6-foot square
shape extension tables on sale
for ..................$6.50
89.50
Spring Mattresses and Pillows
§4.50
MATTRESSES FOR ONLY $1.00.
Jsx 7i4 A limited number of good mat-fl»-| ( v/x
i O g, tresses; worth $8.50; on sale. «hl. 00
500 Other
Big Bargains
In Nearly New
Household
Goods
PILLOWS ON SALE AT &
Pillows in fine condition; 3 fo f
$1.00; or special, each at only
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The Store That Always Sells for Less
500 Other
BigBarga
In Nearly New
Household
Goods
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Waahlnrton. Aug. 10—Member*
the American mi**i. n to Ruraia leave
l ,od ^ horn,,. Ellh U Root,
LEAVE FOR HOMES
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fronl w <>uld not, in the opinion
ï,*" co| "nil**ioner* except Chari-«
iulp^T^ h.fpTùi' ,o o"
iv-r to New York ah i. 1
return la.rr to ald in
Huuia * rehabilitation
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»ntrary. they .re convinced that It
uould prove detrimental.
TV hat Russia la most In need of. »ay
by'th.°T ml tl' 0nerB ' 18 rocooragement
y «Tie American press and people, par
tlcularly a, an off«, lo anU-Ar»r^n
SSîtÂ* carr,ed on by G « r -
Walter Rodyers. a I
verely injured whl,C J}L *iu*
Buffalo mine last t,Nen ^ cut
of rock resulted in »
right le«. The veto *** -
Rod «er. waa taken « 9 ,
pita!. His home to •
street. Walkerville.

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