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legree Assault jCharge. ■ M(T.« an wa * ~ r v Dwyer this morn , n f enterlnB a pl® a bint degree nsHault. He hr* was not guilty and rds he [ r ,.|l hi the county Jail, j, one of the Hose as kle " j| Donald during three years ago, is ai k*n one of the persons V Kugle saloon in Cen sago and endeavored place i?ount of the McIntyre, having '! U e of a man who was for trying t«> earn an ! J,y working in one lgon was arraigned by I it. Jackson V assault in the first de flxed for next L,„> and Joseph Tuttle fcf not K'lilty to a charge 5le John McCracken barge of having been Jtntory offense, the nom* being a girl of he I >' of new trial in the inick Martin was again me Week at the request hartes F. Juttner. of D County At ,g, in the suit of Re iainsl John .1. Harrlng treasurer, the clerk ni and others, the hear e was set for Tuesdi i ia the ease involving f the salary of Alice FI. rvlces as a public school untended that the school right in law to appoint it nurse Jill EXCELLENT irom 500-Foot Level ;e Shannon is Expected. i-King Development com M the following report 'Uons : Ore treated, 693 production, $8,601.53 Shannon: Total ore estimated \aiiu* of d. $4'.,$00: shipped from about shipped from Shannon, «ns. assaying $14.44 per Jtted that the good ore -foot level, which was I June, will show more in Btoping commenced. The suin 11 be paid on the Shan i Julv production, leaving of $44.940.4«. t Vine, With Sacred Gains Additional ttraction. 8 Flower" at Columbia ich was planted in the ten years ^ " (| >d signifies n<* in the ^ r ' is receiving special ln " I ,re sent moment from »nt at the gardens. *T u ' ar wnich hung beside reprinted and w in a few days °f the flower. Tlie *r has the following En yciopedla Hri F: w> r _ A p|ant of the n of the order Pass * s P^cles. of which , ,^ n described, are or tro $*ieal and sub pi 1 few extending as Pennsylvania and a few Jhntrtiasltn Archipelago •"•''bty are vines, but *' ®hrubs and trees. by variously »arenate leaves w and perfect flowers ^ and often of high 5 $reen !ln( j yellow are Am! Th? early s Pan -n a are responsible J^e of these plants. C," 0 ::: ,o •>•«>««>• ^ Ro*i ten c «lored , 2» apostles, with sho , et ' r an<i Ju das tin, ,7 corona of fil», ■rf hat,,' ot thorns, ''»ind, ! e ? ,amena the J,,sus hands «all, , 7 repre th, the column, "w i n ?k anrt P'"» 1 « «< !h * Msn, h "' 0l ' rEln «>' Jzetl th. ' the Pointed .h, r ^. SMa >--head. and tker Sttte" "L" . man > «tan ni1 hard work WOrt " «*" hin * 5 ahould 1 * MAY OPERATE ON MARSHALL'S WIFE derg T'rfOMrt v jpjv/yj t, C • Severe inflammation of the « wife of the vice president, she an operation to relieve shall is i-u ars has caused such suffering to !\ is in a Washington hospital and ma it. Physicians expect quick rcrovei istaiitly at his wife's bedside. and B«*thel Baptist church, Idah« Mercury street, Emmett B. Heed, min ister—Herman at 11 a. m., "The Way of Holiness." Sunday school at 12:15 ni. Praise meeting at 7:30 p. m.. ith Mrs. Smith of the Salvation Army leading. Sermon, "The Potter and th«» Clay," at 8 p. m. Solo, "Have Thine l Way, Lord," Mrs. H. C. Dunn. The public is cordially welcome. First Baptist church. Broadway and Montana street. Charles A. Cook, pas- J tor—Subject at 11 i. m.. "Is th»* spirit j of the Lord Straitened7" Subject at j 8 p. in., "Short-Changing God." Bible j school at 12:30 p. m. Devotional meet ing, led by the Boy Scouts, at 7 p. m topic, "The Sin of Gossip and Scandal." The Silver Bow Spiritual society ! meets at Carpenters' l.Hiion hall every I Sunday evening at & o'clock sharp. rybody invited. Mrs. Edith Ham, J raeps4be bearer. « irst Presbyterian « hurch, Groeneveld, pastor—Services «m at 11 a. m. Miss Dorothy Jones < of the West China mission, province I of Szechuan, one <»f the newest fields, j will speak of her work, in which she I has been engaged f«»r the last 1>) I years. There will he no evening serv- I ice until further notice. Th«- Rev ] George W. Thomas of the Central Presbyterian church will preach at 11 j clock on next Sunday morning. Mountain View Methodist Episcopal church, Montana und Quartz streets the Rev. George D. Wolfe, minister Class meeting at 9:45 a. m Preaching services at 11 a. in., the Rev. John Billingsley speaking Sunday school at 12:30 p. m. Epworth league at 7 Mr. Lorimer, leader: topic. "Cowardice Make» Weaklings.'' At « p. m. a sacred concert will be given. Central Presbyterian church, corn-r Utah and First avenue, the Rev. G. W Thomas, pastor—Morning sermon at 11 o'clock, subject. "The Light That Never Fails,'' a message of life and light for the young people. Evening sermon at 8 o'clock, subject. "Light, Salvation and Strength for the Time of Trouble,'* a message of saneness and steadiness for older people. Let us make the work, the thought and the prayer of our mid-summer service a real preparation for our great work «»f the year. Keep close t«> the "kindly light'' and the "gloom" can never be come "encircling." The time t<» cul tivate God is now. Do it. Immanuel Presbyterian chur< h, cor ner Galena and Gaylord streets. R G. Williams, minister: residence. 732 E «st Galena street; phone 5670W—Sunday school at 11 a. m and preaching at S p. m Evening theme. "Human Strifes. Their Cause and Cure." The Rev. F. A. T. Corneliussen. the pastor of the Gold Hill Norwegian church, will preach Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in Helena and in the evening at 8 o'clock in Hutte Bap tismal in the evening in the church All our Scandinavian people are most coridally invited English Lutheran church. Harrison avenue and Cobban street, the Rev VV. A. Zundel. M. A., pastor—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m. theme, "Service " services in the English language cordially welcomed. Swedish Mission church, Dakota and Porphyry streets, the Rev. O. Bernhard Olson, minister — Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning serv ices at 11 o'clock. Evening services >. I J j r - - : a J __________ _ at 8 o'clock. Immediately after the j evenlng service» the holy communion W'ill be administered. Young peoples meeting at 6:30 o'clock. Emanuel Lutheran church. D. N. Anderson, pastor—The congregation, together with it» Sunday school, will hold its annual outing or picnic on Sunday at Wilder, where open air serrices and talks to the Sunday school children will be held. The train leaves from the Great Northern:- station at 8 a. m. and returns at 9 :201 I» in Fr lend» art* core liaily i invit* join th«* .1 •utlng party. Mount lift hoi Met ho •di»t Epis« church. 1609 North Main . G Stephen* paste 11 o'clock; D preach ar id udminiHi er the sac rain eut. ('las» me «•ting at 1 2 noon. Sunday school ut 2:30 p. in. I evening sen .Ice at 7:30 o'clock ; » err non by E. J. Saunders and specli al singing by t be choir. K\ er; body welc orne Wesley chapel. 10 00 Talbot aver me, G. J Stef dien», past« [>r Morning sv TV ice at 11 »'clock ; »en mo; n by the pastor. Sunday » « bool at 2: 30 p. ni. i Evening service at 7:30 o'clot k; Herrn«, n by the Ev vbody special baptismal Unity Methodist Episcopal church, Meadervllle — Preaching and Sunday school «t 11 o'clock. Epworth league at 6:30 o'clock. Preaching at 7:30 o'clock, subject, "God's Reasons for Loving Man." Usual service on Tues day evening, official board, the last session of the «-«inference year, on Wednesday eveuing. W. II. Pam-oe. pastor. Silvf pal chur th, W. II. Pa a Sunday .sell ool at 11 Adam», supei Entendent. service ai L 7:30 o'clock. People'! 1 c 'ommunity gregation al). Harrison sit«» Maj< >rs street, Lawi k Methodist Episco , pastor clock. G. preaching church (Con avenue oppo rence A. Wil m. sermon on Recognize." followed ><»1 At 8 p. in. Mr. the third of a series on, minister At 11 The Refusal t by Sunday s< Wilson will glv of addresses on the teaching of great novels, the book which he will review being Hawthorne's "Th- Scarlet Let ter." Swedish Baptist church, 730 East Park street, A. Johnson Storman: pastor, phone 324S-J — Sunday school at 10:30 a. in. with classes for all Evening services at 8 o'clock. The pastor wifi preach. Scandinavian Methodist Episcopal church, corner of Alaska and Copper streets, Andrew Odegard. pastor Regular services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, John O. Ross, pastor—Morning wor ship at 11 o'clock, subject, "The Un changing Christ." Sunday school at 2:30 p m Matt H. Brown, superin tendent. Epworth league at 6.30 p. m Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. At this serv ice the Rev. Jesse Lacklen of Anaconda will preach. First Church of Christ, Scient--. park Woman's club building, corner street anJ Clark avenue —Serv Sunday at 11 a. m md 1 p. in? August the Sunday is omitted ) Subject, Dur erenlna ser : « St irlt ' Wed nesdav evening testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock. Reading room open daily u>s irorn iv a. m. to 4pm. room Tni se'en h floor of the Daly Bank building- Telephone 849. All \ elcoine. ('hristlan church, southe.tsi « orner Washington and Mercury streets Sunday «rhool at 11 a. m Communion service at 11:45 a m. No preaeWn* morning or evening. Grace Methodist Episcopal < hur. h. Second and Arixona. J. H Mitchell, pastor: residence 715 East Secon street— Sunday school at 9:4 E E. Emerson. " Preaching at H superintendent. rvwvu.i.e ----- the Rev. j j^cklen of Anaconda. Preach - 0 evening at ins at 7 p. m. by the pastor. "God's Trust in Man." Epworth leasue at 7 p. m. A cordial Subject. ^ th league veloome to all. Welsh church, comer of Dakota andj Aluminum—Serv ices Sunday mornin, al 11 o'clock In English. Ev^n Ins service at 7:30 in ." e '! h ',.oth'wrvicesJ Evan» Will preach at_ both _«er^^ Sunday school a. «UA ° ^ n ^v Morgans superintendent clock prayer meeting* j MUCH HONOR FUR I. HENRY DAVIS Old-Timer, Well Liked by All, Will Be Laid Away by Associates. Member» of the* Knight» of PythiaH » Butte and of the Hutte Street Car ien'H union will turn out in uniform n Monday forenoon to attend the funeral of I. Henry Duvi», one of the old-timer» in ttie street oar servir«* in Hutte. Mr. I Ja vis, who whh born In Poland, «•ume to Hutte In 1892 from San Fran cisco, where lie had been employed on the street cars. He worked for several years on the local cars with the *x eeptlon of the times when he was prospecting in the hills for mines. Ho 1 «»ne «»f the orlginul kind of pros pectors. He worked during the Hummer in town on the ears and then spent th«> winter» at hi» mining property, hoping eternally for the lucky find. Mr. Davis had a mine at Welch'» Spur, and there he underwent many hardship» waiting for the elusive lead. For the past five years h«* hail been in bad Inhalt h. Such was the regard entertained for Mr. Davis by every body that two year» ago J. K. Wharton and the street car men's association whacked up half and half and sent Mr. Davis to Tucson. Arlz., in the hope that the change won torting rheumatism fered. Many Butt îe all In their pow« but tO all. Mr. Davl» was of >f mind an«l had worked inventions of varl«»us kin tired from active work «»r ear ago last November iway late yesterday at Kt 1 pttal, where during the his lif** he was surround«*« • are and comfort possibl Inv« cure the dis um which physician» had] f«»r Mr. Da to the vho be called by y authorities serv ice. This yarded W'ith rd calling f«jr men «Ira ft. Whenever a candidate in • rose ers training camp is notifi«*«I to j before a local board for exatnii to determine wh«*ther lie shall selected f«»r a military service, should immediately obtain fr«»m cmmanding officer a « ertificate to fleet that he has been examined ; accepted by the milii nd found fit for milita certificate should he f« out delay to the local 1» biro. " 'If the candidate has been ap point -d a commissioned officer prior to the date «»f mailing of his call to ap pear, he should Hie by mail a claim «»f exemption under paragraph 18-D of the regulation for the local and district boards. If the candidate has not been ap pointed a rommi-sion«-<! officer before such call, but is ippolnted after such call and hef«ire he is ordere«! to re port as a drafted man to hi» local board f«»r transportation to a mobiliza tion « imp be should obtain certificate in dupltcat*- from the commanding <*f licer in the military service of the United State». He should forward «»y registered mail one copy to hi» l«>cal board, including the notice to report, and one c jpy to th«* a«ljutant general of the state in which his board I» lo cate«! It will then not be necessary for him to rei*«»rt to the l«»cal board. "'If the candidate is n«»t appointed a commission* 1 officer before ordered to ref»ort a- a drifted man to his local war department -rder and forward one to his lorrtl b'. «rd. Inclosing his order from tin ]«»ca1 board, forwarding the other t « t • djutant general of the state in which the local board I» situ ate«!. '"Arr inge to have all candidates for second trni ing «amp notified that if thev are draft-«! and not exempted th-y will n tlfv department command ers wh«* will issue the orders required by paragraph I above. State exam ining officers will transmit copies hereof up«*n mailing n«Jtiflcation to all selecte.l car. i ' «te» and alternates, who must promet!' oP na receipt of thrir notification t ttend the second Pre. -idi«« Training camp inform the de INSTRUCTIONS FUR MEN: 10 WILL TAKE TRAINING (Continued from Rag«* One.) board for tran»p »rtatlon to a mobillza tlon camp, h«* n nu»t report a» ordered j unless he recel • s from the war fie- | partment orders to report to the com* manding officer T his training camp as a drafted man. n which latter case lie must obtain tw • official copies of the | ----- - . .. . partment commander direct of their status If drafted and not exempted Failure f «elected candidates to re port that tl j tare bo«P dC«ftad and not exempted portunitj t ing camp. ill Jeopardize their op ttend the second train AH'.a.e— - »'ho will fill vacancies In selective« announced yes ard iR th e order In which they «ni «n. h vnMni>iM Lockwood. Montana Infa rT will l>e called to nil such vacancies. follow : Berry Edmund C.. Geraldine. Johnson. Alexius R.. Second Montana j infantry. Terrett. Julian, Hardin. Camp Gilman I... Billing« Whicker. M. Neville. Cos I wood Kin**le Ray M . Second Montana infantry. „ _ ,, Ryan. William J . F urt Ru»«ell. » yo rmng. ^ Bacon, William C.. Great Falla Wilson. Walter le, Butte. Swift Allen. Missoula. Walker Burton W.. l^wistown. SMcht.' John R . Billinas Stas PeForeot, J Jr, Chinook. Robinson. Verne E, Great Falls Theodore W-. Second tuna infantry. k -„ lfmar . 11. H, Second Cronyn. Theodore, Helena. Collier. La.erne R-. Second Infantry Kaufman, fantry _ . Arnald. John S. Minston. daising cabbage on IRE w. A. Clark's $275,560 Lot in Washington Planted as Vegetable Garden. Special to the Post. Washington. D. Aug. 11. In for mer Senator W. A. Clark'» cultivated tract of land facing Dupont Circle l»«i tween MasHachiiHctts and Connecticut avenue», along Millionaires' Row, Washington can l»«»ast of what I» w-lth «»ut a doubt the most expensive piece <»f farm land in the country, planted in <*orn and bean» and conservatively judged to l»e worth about $275,690 at the rate of $15 a »«juure foot. When millionaire» volunteer t«> raise truck <*n property in the most exclu sive section of the <*lty, they prove that .Mr Hoover*» call has been hee«led by the so-called "idle ri«di." Although Senut«»r <'lark realize» that / A---, j & « I-j i |gffl ir'. u ,n \LM «g r ■-> ! y "Every Picture Tells a Story Wonders Done For Butte Backs Doan's Kidney Pills Have Helped Many Well Known Butte People Back to Health I F you are crippled up with lame, aching kidneys and distressing bladder dis orders, you can't afford to lose time experimenting with any unknown rem edy. Get a box of Doan's Kidney Pills today. They have done wonders in scores of cases right here in Butte for people you either know or can easily look up. Doan's Kidney Pills are fine for weak kidneys and for troubles that bad kid neys cause—stiff, aching backs; lameness in the morning; sharp, darting pains; dizzy spells; sick headaches; nervousness, and that dull, tired feeling that hangs on, day after day. Read what these Butte people say about what Doan's did for them. Recommended to YOU By These Residents of Butte BOARDMAN STREET AN ANACONDA CASE UTAH AVENUE Mrs. John Ser mom r. 227 Uoardaan 8U, bey»: 'For pm*$ 1 E*d through my kidneys, which » a* more severe when 1 stooped. These twinges were always the starting of an attack of backache ai<d for quite a while, my back was lam«* and weak I have taken Doan's Kidney Pill# f«.r the*« spells and they have always riv«»n me relief, i am glad to recommend them " Olaf F.rickaen, SI 9 Fast Sitth It Anaconda. Mont., says Pain in my back clung to me for week* and 1 thought it was my kidneys that were out of order and caused it One day a catch took me and I couldn't mose 1 used two boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills and hare never been bothered that way since I appreciate what this remedy ha* done for me." Mrs. A. N. Sawalsky. 722 l/uh Av*na«. says. "Constant lifting and •t'rtïping wmkened my kidneys ar>d I suffered intensely from a lame ba-k. I al*o had trouble with my feet and hands swelling. Doan's Kidney Pilb brought relief from the»* ailment# and 1 haven't been troubled in that VIRGINIA STREET A HELENA REPORT N. MONTANA ST. Mrs. J. R. Rirhardaan. 217 Virginia 8t„ says : "My kidneys bothered me a great deal and my back pained me nearly all the time 1 had a tired, nervous feeling, and if 1 stood any length of time. 1 was exhausted. I had dtzxy spells and sometimes there was pain in the back of my head. 1 had looked about in vain for something that would give me relief, and Anally I began using Doan's Kidney Pilla They did all 1 could paaaibly have exported them to do. and I am »rateful for this beneAt." S. E. Travis, 819 (ietrhrl Street, Helena, Mont., r«vi: **I suffered from a weak hack and it was al most impossible for me to get out of a chair. Shooting pains often darted thr«>ugh my body and 1 felt tired in the morning. Nothing benefited me until ! be gan using Doan's Kidney IMIx. After finishing three boxen, the backache left me and I felt like a different person.** Mrs. Mtcbel T rev ether», MS Narth Men tana St., says For years 1 had severe attacks of kidney trouble There »ere shooting poms through my bock and hips and I was stiff and lam** After «looping I was hordîy able to straighten, unless I took held of something for support 1 also hod trouble f men the kidnov secretions, my sight was poor and 1 kod strength and weight 1 Anally began using Doan's Kidney Pills and my condition eeetns improved in every way.". DOAN'S Kidney Pills Every Druggist has Doan's, 60c a Box. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N. Y, Mfrs this property I» worth thousand» o£ dollar* he huH allowed the property to be cultivated lnt«> a vegetable gar den, which shows that he put» patriot ism before his financial benefit. Heans, corn, cabbage und many other vegetable» ur«» thriving on this tra«-t of land and the neighbor» enjoy the privilege of u»ing them, a» the senator I» said to have offered them the use of the ground with the proviso that they cultivate it into a truck garden. foot, well At tiie rat «Î of $1 5 a h« inure which 1» t he price « incivil by 11 known rea 1 esta to firm, tili» would lie i vor •th $653 .000 an acre The vali. «>f the prod uet i would not 6 en pay for tax OH fo week, und it 1» »tat« •<l that the erty is i not r«» r »al«*, which i nay i i>ly mean that former S«*nat«ir Clark means t«> u»e it ln«leflnitely a» a truck garden Instead of f«»r building pur A-as formerly legation, vvh nt Nineteenth I. S. REQUISITIONS BIG Union Iron Works Plant to Be Operated Under Govern ment Control. San Francisco, Aug 11.—The plant «>f the Union Iron Works, including the shipbuilding yard» at Hunters point, is t«> he operated under the reg ulation of th«,« f«»deral government, **f fectlve today, following a notice of requisition received yesterday from Rear Admiral Capps of the United Ht a tes Emergency Fleet corporation. This «»rd»*r of commandeering will affect 10 steamships now being built f«>r the Cunard line. The Union IrAn Work« has on hand contract« aggre gating $130,000,000. At present th« plant is working at only 65 per cent capacity but production i» expected t«> b«« increased t«» the limit.