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Labor Day Program for Ana
conda Celebration Nears
Arrangement» for the Labor day cel
f-brat ion in Anaconda Sept. *. under
the auspice» of the joint labor council»
of Butte and Anaconda, are nearing
completion. Posten* out today an
nounce that the celebration mill take
on the shape el an old-fashioned
The visiting unions from Butte will j
be met at the B. A. A P. depot in
Anaconda by the labor unions of :
that city and escorted to the com
mons. The procession will be headed !
by the Anaconda band. A ball game
mill be played on the commons be- j
tween unions of Butte and Anaconda.
A program of athletic events mill
also l»e arranged. The events will take
place on the commons, beginning at t
1 p. m. There will also be concerts .
throughout the day by the Anaconda J
and A C. M. »>ands. During the after
noon and evening there mill also be
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Danieon of Great
Falls are visiting in Butte for a couple
of days after a tour of the south and
of Yellowstone National park. Mr.
Danison Is general manager of the
Consolidated Coal company of the
Pom er city.
George II Fe> der. traveling passen
ger agent of the Chicago Northwestern
Railway coinj»any. is in the city on
business today from his headquarters
in Helena.
J. C. Maring, general freight and
passenger ag^nt of the Butte. Ana
conda and Pacific Railway company, is
ir. the city today attending to business
affa!: s.
W. S. Williams, general agent of the
Rock Island Railway company at Spo
kane. is among the railroad men visit
ing In the city on business today.
Herman Schoettner left this after
noon on the Great Northern for Den
ver on a business and pleasure trip.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Bonner leave
tomorrow over the
R««chester. Minn.
Claude McVey and
«ton are registered at
W F. Schnell and «
are registered at the Ja
kee for
ife of Living- !
:ie Butte hotel, j
fe of Kalispell
jgat hotel.
Mrs. H. Cos griffe of Hsrlowton is
»»•ending a few days In the city.
Mrs. Augusta Berube of Helena is
registered at the Grand hot*-!.
Al Spencer, wife and son of Red
Lodge are visiting in Butte.
B A Middlekoop of Denton is »pend
ing a fern- days in the city.
Cora Owsley of Whitehall is regis
tered at the Finlen hotel.
H. J FTughes of Miles City is spend
ing a few days in the city.
T. »n Shaw of Lansing Is greeting
friends in the city today.
R. A Evan« of Red T^dpe is spend- I
ing the day in the city.
O. W. Montgomery of Great Falls is
among today's visitor«.
Tom Smith of Anaconda is spending
the day in the city.
W. W. Lemmax of Harlowton Is in
the city on business.
William Russell of Helmville is one
of the day's visitors.
Florence Davies of Three Forks is
here for a short visit.
Osteopathic Physician«. Drs. Hoff
and Osborn. 609 Daly Bank.—Adv.
William Jones and wife of Jeffers are
here on a motor trip.
L A Byerly of Galata is spending
a few days in the city.
T. A Ounby of Bozeman is among
the day's arrivals.
Will North way of Ennis is among
the day's arrivals
A. E. James of Livingston is among
the day's arrivals.
J. W. Ollwerson of Oph<-im Is here,
for it short visit.
N. J Traufler of Twin Bridges is in
the city today.
Ô. A. Schulz of Dillon is spending the
day in the city.
J. F. Clark of Helena 1» registered at
the A coma hotel.
Edison Phonographs. 126 W. Broad
m ay.—Adv.
Will Steege of Great Falls is here on
business today.
Ernest Morrom of Divide is h**rc for
a short stay.
L. E. Kurliss of Jeffers is In the
city on a visit.
Ernest Qleed of Dillon is one of the
day's visitors.
Roi»ert Welsh is here from Ana
conda today.
F. K. Boltz of Helena is in the city
on business.
R. Stinson of Lewistomn is here for
a short stay.
G. Carlson of Basin is here on busi
ness today.
The New Edison. 126 W. Broadway.
A. Ellsworth of Helmville ie here for
« short »lay.
G A Violette of Anaconda I» here
on a visit.
Nellie Smith of Dillon in here on a
It's a pleasure when you have the
right kind of material. U 1» also
pleasing to receive letters written on
Highland Linen stock. At The P. O.
New« Stand you will find the largest
•took of Highland Linen in the state,
In all sizes, shape« end colors What
e$er your needs in stationery of any
kind, for the home, office or store, you
will find it et The P. O. News Stand,
wholesale end retail stationers, news
dealers, booksellers. 25 W Park.—
Main springs fl. guaranteed. Dia
mond Palace, late; Mayer, lowest
priced jeweler in Montana. 21 West
New Skirts
First showing of beautiful new
skirts of satins and novelty silks,
showing the most popular style
tendencies of the coming season.
All the new shades and color com
binations are shown in this collec
tion, depicting the height of style
and attractiveness. A delightfully
comprehensive and complete line
is now awaiting your selection.
Priced from.
$6.95 to $22.50
infants' Dresses^
Offering for their absolute clearance
a wonderful assortment of dainty lit
tle models of infants' domestic and
hand-made dresses in long and short
stvles. They are made of the finest
fabrics and are shown in a wide
variety of the newest and most at
tractive style features. Some are
slightly soiled from display. Prices
range from $1.00 to $6.50. choice
fir-, cv
n •
An Early Showing
Of New
Fall Coats
For Women and Msses
Coats of character and distinction. They
typify the most authentic styles for the ap
proaching season. Charmingly appropriate
for machine and street wear, showing many
new ideas in styles and material in a wide va
riety of new popular colors and weaves. We
wish, most cordially, to invite your inspection
of the new coats now displayed in our show
rooms—third floor.
A Sale of Jewelry
A sensational offering of an immense
assortment of beautiful new jewelry,
consisting of ear rings, brooches, bar
pins, beads, beauty pins, birthstone
pins, jeweled pompadour combs,
lingerie clasps, cuff links and various
other novelties too numerous to men
tion. Regular 65c and 75c values;
very special at ..... ......... 49c
Good Specials in
Toilet Articles
White Ivory Soap for toilet
and bath, special.. .5 for 25c
White Ivory Soap for toilet
and bath, special.. .3 for 25c
Colgate's Brilliantine — In
lilac, rose and violet per
fumes; regular 35c for. ,25c
Colgate's Pure Glycerine in
18 oz. bottle; regular $1 for
only ..................65c
4711 Eau-de-Cologne—Bath salts;
regular 75c, for . . .. 50c
Peroxide of Hydrogen—8-ounce
bottle; regular 35c, for.. 19c
Babcock's Cut Rose—Face powder,
all tints; regular 35c, for. .. 25C
Imported Lip Stick—Daik shade;
regular 25c, for. . . 20c
Babcock's Corylopus Talcum Pow
der—Regular 25c. for...... 194*
Holland Crepe Toilet Paper—Reg
ular 6]/ 4 c, for..... ........... 5C
M otion Specials^
Toilet FMns with jet black
heads, 12 on card. Price 5c
Wire Hairpins—Fine qual
ity black crimped pins, 100
in a box, at, box.........5c
Trouser or Skirt Hangers—With
nickel plated steel; spring clasp.
Special .................... 5Ç
Invisible Wire Hair Pins—Black
and bronze, crimped pins; in as
sorted lengths. Price........ 5Ç
SafeL Pias—Three assorted sizes
on a ca-d; nickel finish. Price 5Ô
Pound Paper—Linen fabric finish,
excellent quality for easy writing.
Special, pound .............30C
Envelopes—To match pound paper.
Special, 2 packages for.....25C
New Buttons—A complete line of
new buttons, including pearl, jet,
gilt, velvet, beautiful coat and
trimming button; shown in many
attractive novelties. ^
Good Bargains
In Domestics
Pillow Slips—Medium wt.,
42x36; special..........15c
Pillow Slips — Hemstitched
and embroidered, size 45x
36; special ............35c
Bed Sheets—Made of good
weight muslin; sizes 72x90;
special ..............._ 65c
Bed Sheets—Size 81x90; are
heavy weight and seamless ;
very special ..........$1.25
Turkish Towels—Large and
heavy weight; special, per
dozen ...............$2.50
Huck Towel—With red bor
der; extra large and good,
durable quality; special, per
dozen ...............$2.25
Bureau Scarfs—Full size,
with fillet lace borders ; reg
ular 50c for............35c
The new fall waists have at
nved and never before ha*
had a more beautiful assop
showing many wonderful
tions and a wide variety gf
newest material and styles- ç
ette crepes, crepes de chine
silk lace waists are featured*
display; delightfully att
K and perfectly finished in even
tail. Prices from
$6.95 to $15.
Infants' Pettic
A most unusual offering of slr
soiled infants' petticoats. In t
group will be found many bent
domestic and hand-made garnr
daintily trimmed with lace, tucks
hand-embroidery; they are showai
long and short styles; made ol
very finest materials; former p
were from $1.00 to $4.00. f
choice tomorrow at
Special Offering ri g ia , C0RS ET Sale
Women's Shoes
A remarkable sale of smart new high
shoes in many leathers, including kid, gun
metal and patent leathers. They are ex
tremely attractive and serviceable, ap
propriate for dress and street wear. You
owe it to yourself to investigate this offer,
for it presents to you an unusual money
saving opportunity Button and lace styles.
At Only $3.50
CORSETS AT $2.4S^-Frolaset. Bien Jolie, American Ladv and Connell's
Special corsets, of fancy and plain materials, in pink or white, made up in
the most fashionable styles for summer wear; in front and back-closing
models, including styles to meet the requirements of all types of figures;
regular prices to $6.50, now for................... ...........jg 4$
CORSETS AT 95c—American Lady
and Connell's Special corsets, in
front and back lacing modelt, with
low. medium or high busts; splen
didly made and are nicely finished.
Regular price to $2, for.....95( ;
CORSETS AT 69c—A special of
fering of good quality corsets;
made of heavy coutil; graduated
front steels, with two pairs of hose
supporters; shown in sizes 19 to 30.
Regular $1.00 values, special
CHILDREN S KNIT Ml AibTS—Of a good, durable quality; well made and
reinforced with tape throughout; sizes 2 to 12; regular price was 250
now for only.................................... 15<*
^Middies at 7
Former Prices to $1.25
A splendid offering of smart
middies, made up of heavy galatti
Japanese crepe, in plain white, w'
with colored trimmings and in all
popular colors, plain and in sir
etc. Included also are the very
iceable khaki middies in tan. with
trimmings. Sizes 6 to 14.
Special S
Kid Glov
A special offering of a splendid
new gloves made of the finest
French kid. This glove is except
well made in every detail, shown ii
white, white with black stitching and
with white stitching; in the tr
style. Regular values $2.25.
At Only $1.
H. E. Kerkla Loses Life When
Gun in Hands of Friend
is Discharged.
H. E. Kerkla. a miner 61 years old.
was «hot and instantly killed last night
at the home of his friend. Andrew
Rissell, on Division street, -when Ris
sell carelessly pulled the trigger of a
rifle that was thought to have been
emptied of Its shells The bullet
struck Kerkla Just above the heart.
Rissell had Juai finished cleaning the
gun when the accident occurred. One
shell had been left in the gun.
Police officials who Investigated the
case declare that the shooting was ac
cidental. Rissell and Kerkla had
been friends for 18 years and Kerkla
had gone to his friend's home for a
short visit. Kerkla lived at 348S
East Broadway. Members of the
Kerkla family this morning declared
that Rissell is not to be blamed for
the death, since they are sure that the
shooting was accidental. Rissell was
taken to the county attorney's office
this morning, where he was ques
tioned and later released. Rissell was
an alderman under the socialist ad
ministration in Butte and is well
known here
Kerkla had lived in Butte for the
past 16 years. He leaves a wife, four
daughters and three sons. The chil
dren are Mrs. John Hesola of Portland.
Mr«. J W Keeiey of Seattle. Mrs. R.
D. Rose of Butte and Mrs. C. C.
Murphy of Butte; Annor. Charles and
Alfred, all of Butte. Mr. Kerkla was
born in Finland. Funeral arrange
ments have not yet been made. Cor
oner Lane will hold an inquest either
tomorrow afternoon or Monday.
Washington, D. C. — Julius H.
Barnes of Duluth, «elected by Presi
dent Wilson to head the $50.000.000
grain corporation organized under the
food administration, looks big enough
for the job.
He Is tall, broad-shouldered, ath
letic, and after watching him in action
a few minutes, listening to his or
ders. seeing the dispatch with which
he handles big problems as well a« iit
tie and his keen understanding, one
gains the impression that he is fitted
mentally, temperamentally and by
training, no less than physically.
Barnes has grown up in the grain
trade. Jle developed his own con
cern Barnes-Ames Co., of Duluth.
Winnipeg and New Vork—until it was
the largest wheat exporting firm in the
Following the declaration of war,
however, his firm withdrew' from busi
ness for the period of the war and
Barnes volunteered his service« to the
government. He was placed In an ad
visory position with Hoover in the
food administration, pending passage
of the food control bill, and is now at
the head of the corporation upon
which the real work of stabilizing
prices and distribution of wheat and
flour will rest.
Next to business. Barnes' chief in
terest is in good sports. In 1895 he
are bully
good for
any meal
and for all
the family
! «Iroko In the Duluth four
oared crew which won the cup at the
regatta of the Winnipeg Rowing
► oclatlon. One mark of lu s interest In
thla .port la hi, K |f, of a flnf boat
club house to Duluth latet year he
promised the club, then having 150 «
members , that If It came through the
üTi.V* he,d ,hat fa " «ithout a
dehclt he -would give the club a nata
Barnea , ", CU ' h *«"<» »"I
Barnes has Just tl , rn ed over to It a
great natalorlum costing |7o 000
One hundred grain traders were at a
:rw 7, V' W ' ln ''' in * tew di '5 a ago
"V S'*"" we,e revealed.
AH dealing in futures was to Ko
eliminated. A large numH to be
« «arge number of grain
men were to be put out of Hi,.#
Nevertheless the plan un . nl _
Before any man may become a part
of the food administration, he must
dn eat himself of any interest in the
giu n or food business and must sen e
: rr pay ' narnes - In picking his
assistants, the men who will have
for'mV'' bUyln * R,aln al terminals,
Tor instance, simply decided on the
men he would like to have, tapped
à Toi°u n n,!er. 8hOU,der U, ' d asked ' hen >
u™r cxce btion these men gave
rank- , nes,! and "tepped Into the
™ , ,0 ;! rVe " lth Bornes, He hnd
their confidence, their trust.
the All members of
me créa of the submarined steamer De
advic« "if r * Sa ' e<i ' "'cording to today a
es to the state department. In the
crew were «S American
wor'k up -o h : h ;, r rnln K- ,o • urt
«ir ™z t a zi n r*' wh.^r •><
suffering? Begin taking OOlj) M ED»°.
HsaHem Oil Capsule, today Tnd
Ueved tomorrow Take three cJ £
tvary day and be permanent" f£.
wrenching, dletresain* beck nsin n.f. K
sure to get OOI.D MEDAL ,, Bu * be
GOLD MÏDAI. Haarlem Oil hef Sü
National Remedy of Holland ^he
ment of the Netherlands havinî ^
a special charter authorising Its
•• •*• w,c, n t hir
the one reason why you w |ij sT? 1 .J*
:„7'o n „r " hiMr ' n ° f
oîTêaVu to 'w ""'"a 0r "^'
they do not help y ou TL . ""f * 0 "
GOUl -i-DAl ill «"; arrept only the
UAL. All others are Imitations.
Our Immense assortments of all new 1917 rods, lie* »
appeal to fishermen generally. For camp life we ha»® J ul
f'erythlng that will add to the comfort of the camper.
Mining Machine
Pumps, compressors, engines and mining machinery of ever)'
main and quartz streets
Some men are patriotic
And have offered to enlist.
While some are really cowards
And may be never missed.
And while the draft law should reach ah»
It really is quite fair.
For all were born of mothers,
And all seem hard to spare.
We're fighting now for future peace
At home and on the sea.
And all our boys will do their share
And the share for you and me
While backing up yonr nation,
Remember, you'll save more ua t
On each fall SUIT. COAT. DRESS »«4 "?

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