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xvirrti main lelp You Save person looks ahead The frugal person fand saves persistently, fel person spends judl jrisely—wastes nothing, for savings is great . Encouragement of » to the desire to save. DAY HELPS ake flour, for delight cial, package.......40c fchocolate, V4-11). cake. . . 20c Shredded c oc oa nut, spe 25c [special. 2 pkgs.....15c modern shorten |No. 5 pail......... fl.10 . 65c fes $2.85 HUNDRED [of a new ear Walla proved not to be up jll I.iiteys standard of nixing of red and s the greatest draw |izc is very good. The placed on sale, while jra special, 100 lbs $2.85 ...................$1.13 1100-11). lots in this sale. ÎkÏTssT crate peaches are arriving ss. Today's* shipment heavy packed crates, and rehandling in [placed a small cover few of the peaches, dis fhcm for a better price, fby this little itnperfec r size crate, luscious, rosy cheeked, eating I special, crate......85c IBERS^I Or^EACH nig, green, crisp cucum palitv; extra value, each .....................10c hUTE ROLLED OATS Hy package, special 25c Wop PLUMfC Ity, heavy syrup; large ra special ...........20c |Tl EF^'OMA T OE mammoth 25c ...........20c APPLE CIDER ^ hi summer-time drink. Text a special, 3 cans $1.00 . 35c MASON JARS mXm* QUEEN OLIVES |1. jar ...............50c TTnciT SAUSAGE lunch sausage, about ■ little finger; 15c can, ...................10c ART MASON JARS " PICKLES pack, special, jar ..........40c r.VMPS WITH EVERY IPLRCHASE YR'S fu! Remedy for iCH TROUBLE lose convinces. •? )nig company and reliable druggists. [DERTAKERS Ehe funeral of the late -• •I 45 years, will take (Saturday) morning fk at the residence of his othy Shea, 100 East fct proceeding to St. Mary's mass will be celebrated Interment in the Holy pi'R—The remains of the Gallagher, who died in ill be shipped to Butte Funeral announcement 1RY DUGGAN ndortaker and Embalms* >»rth Mala Stra*t 1*11 Phon« 776 Elite funeral «»f Sarnh, wife Worley, will he held at the '•d Park street, tomorrow o'clock and will proceed curt church, where high celebrated. Interment in cemetery. [lELS & BILB0A jakers and Embalmers and Carriage Equipment * 123 East Park Street Pence Phone 5822-J "flee Always Open The funeral of the late Ivan will take place tomor r* at 9 o'clock at Walsh's I parlors, proceeding to St. $>'vh. where high mass will Jd at 9:30. Interment in ■cemetery. Automobiles. J- WALSH CO. Hrertor. and Emb.Imers. jn S»7-30S Wast Park 8treat f* Equipment Phsna U. ll'.T 1 * ~T}' e F'" K ' ra F of How ■ In will he held tomorrow 1 ty ping at the family K v,s °nn street, at 10 o'clock, tlinmas officiating. fnter um Moriah cemetery. IM R. WHITE | r ; lr 'ft°r aad Embalm« Mile Street ÏGHT TO KNOW. you feel, colonel, after an?" 11 1 1» ctor; how do ri-ondon Ideas. m STUBBED MD THEN HE ISJBRESTED Olmstead Runs Into a Double Case of Hard Luck When He Meets Friend. When A. O. OlmsttRid was cut across the face and back last night in a quarrel with Walter Ryan on East Broadway the worst was yet to come. Immediately after Olmstead's wounds were dressed he was placed under ar rest and taken into the city ajil. Olmstead and Ryan are two old friends. They met for the first time In many years hist night. A drink was taken and the two men started talking over old times. An argument started and the cutting atfray came as the result. Ryan is held for the county attor ney upon thp charge of assault with attempt to kill. Olmstead is being held under $1,000 bail as a witness. Dr. Dan J. Donoghue, former com mander of the Second Montana regi ment. interfered in the fight and probably saved Olmstead from serious injury. He pulled a revolver and Ryan ceased his stabbing. "RED" FOIE) DFID IB FIRE FI GHTER Man Arrested Here During 1914 Passes Away at Seely Lake. "Red" Foley, arrested here in 1914 and alleged to have assisted in blow ing up the safe of the old Butte Miners' union, when that building dynamited, when more than $2,000 was stolen, and who was later tried and convicted in Bozeman, died 3 terday morning at Seely Lake when fighting forest fires. Foley was drink ing when he enlisted to fight the fires and because of his weakened condition was unable to stand the atrenu work. Foley came Into camp from the scene of the fire in a serious condition, t ing the night he had three fits, and, although everything was done to » his life he died during the early morn ing hours. ''Red'' Foley at one time waj ''dope" fiend, according to the police. |He cured himself and for two or three years worked hard In the mines. -fcMnee coming back to Butte after serving time in Deer Lodge Foley straightened up. secured Work in the mines and made a "new man" of him self. UNDERTAKERS. ORDER IS SIGNED. 1^ Judge AfcqJ.'HTuan today signed an prjfer $ unionizing Receiver F. D. Will iams' of lb«* Stute S ivlnps bank to ac cept $100 on a promissory note held by the bank drawn by John A. Colamai and Harry Davenport. The receiver waa also authorized on the payment of the $400 to release the lien on the property in the Grand Avenue addi tion. GLAD TO BE BACK. John .luhreiss, who has been visiting relatives and friends in the east for the past two months, has returned home. "I had a very pleasant time and en joyed my trip immensely," remarked Mr. Jahreiss this morning, "but after all there is no place like Butte and 1 am mighty glad to he hack." Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists. • § ; ;r V»,« - «*•■**• # - a « E HARVEY—The funeral services for j Arthur, beloved husband of Mrs. A. J. | Harvey, will take place at Sherman & ; Reed's funeral chapel Saturday (toinor-j row) afternoon at 2 «''clock. Rev. Charles A. Cook officiating. Interment Mount Moriah cemetery. Automobiles. KARKELA—At 615 Division street, I last evening, Erick Karkcla. The re mains' are at Sherman & Reed's under taking parlors. Announcement of fu neral in later papers. SHERMANJ& REED Undertakers and Entbalmer* Ait«nsbilc and Carriage Equipment 111-135 East Broadway Phones 57 and H_ REDLICH —John W, the 5-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Redlich, j died yesterday at the family residence, 733 East Galena street, from where a ; private funeral will take place tomor- j row (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Williams officiating. Friends are requested to plcaSe omit flowers. SHORT—Mrs. Richard Short, nged 35 years, died this morning. The body i was removed to Richards' parlors. Fu- J neral announcement will appear in later papers. JOSEPH RICHARDS. m« Ennemi Directors and Embslmsrs Wsrrington Richards. Pres, and Mil 15-19 South Montana St. Phens .397 LISTENING TO THE ORATORS AT THE DEER LODGE VALLEY FARMERS' PICNIC « This picture gives an idea of the size of the gathering at the Tcwey ranch yesterday when the farmers of the Deer Lodge valley gave their annual picnic. Thousands of visitors from Dutte, Anaconda and Deer Lodge were guests of the farmers. The picture was snapped when Iiruco Kremer of Butte was making a patriotic address. The speaker was fre quently cheered hy the great crowd. T. J. Walker of this city also addressed the gathering. Silver Bow county is now an In tegral part of the Deer Lodge County Farmers' association, according to ac tion taken late yesterduy afternoon on the proposition of Eugene Carroll, sec onded by Malcolm Gillis. The inclu sion of the men 1 om Butte and other parts of this county whs received with acclamation by the other members of the picnic association. The picnic of the Deer Lodge Valley Farmers' association whs concluded last night. It was the unanimous opinion of all that the occasion was the pleasantest and most enjoyable, as well as the best attended, of any line© the inauguration of the event. The Butte men created quite a Btir at tiie picnic. Two of the main orators of the duy, J. Bruce Kremer and T. J. Walker, are Butte attorney's. Former Htate Senator Williams was the chairman. Frank Conley of Deer Lodge was n prominent figure at the gathering and other notables w f ere Mr. S. Hart and Douglas Fairbanks Consider the early west their pri vate domain, let them but meet LOUISE GLAUM, known as the Sage Brush Hen in ''GOLDEN RULE KATE," starting at the AMERICAN next Monday. "The Hen's" word was law, and she ruled the Frontier town by gun methods. "The Hen" is as quick on the trigger and as commanding in her demeanor as any of the male gun fighters. The Female of the Specie Is More Deadly Than the Male—Gunflghter. ■■„I , Shop in the Post Before You Shop in the Store Bielenberg, Pete Minor and others. The national flag was everywhere in e donee and the talks of the speakers dealt with the international situation and covered resolutions for every ef fort o* the part of the citizens of the local counties to help the government towards a successful prosecution the war. "Colonel" Dan Tcwey was heartily congratulated by every one on the manner in which ho entertained the visitors. AN OLD COAT. My coat and I live comfortably to gether. It has assumed all my wrln kles, does not hurt me anywhere, has molded itself on my deformities and is complacent to all my movements, and I only feel its presence because it keeps me warm. Old coats and old friends are the same thing.—Hugo. Subscribe for the Butte Daily Post. IS HELD BY THE FRENCH (Continued from Page One.) liali their shattered defenses on the top of this artificial hill. The Canadians hold the Crassier un til late in the afternoon in the face of numerous bitter counter uttacks by strong forces of the enemy. In each case hand to hand fighting with the bayonet resulted in the Germans be ing thrown back with severe losses. Toward evening the Germans threw a great mass of men Into the attack and the Canadians fell back slightly to positions adjoining the crassier. San guinary fighting has continued since then. The Germans during the night at tempted two raids against the Portu guese front of La Basse, but each time they were driven off. HEAVY FIGHTING TO THE SOUTH OF LENS London. Aug. 24.—Heavy fighting kept up throughout the night south of Lens, the war office announces. The British now hold German trenches Im mediately northwest of the bitterly disputed Green Crassier. Portuguese troops repulsed German raiders at two points in the region of La Basse. BOMB ATTACKS ARE MADE ON BELGIUM London, Aur. 2!.—The following bombing attack« were carried out yes terduy morning by the royal air serv milltary Belgium: Middleklrk dump, ltaversyde dump and Houtte aerodrome. Admiralty, which makes the announcement, says that mu tons were dropped. Ail the machines and pilots returned safely. FRENCH RECAPTURE FAMOUS HILL 304 Paris, Aug. 24. The French made nn attack this morning on the left hank of the Meuse, between Avocourt wood and Deadman hill. The war of fice announces the capture of hill 304, Camard wood and the fortified works between Haucourt wood and Bethin court. The French gained more than their objectives, advancing to an aver age depth of two kilometers (one and a quarter miles). GERMANS ANNOUNCE THE EVACUATION OF HILL 304 Berlin, Auk. 24 (via London).—The evacuation by (lie Germans of hill 304, the famous stronghold on the Verdun front, is announced by the war office. It Is said a. weak garrison was left there. The German general staff reports that the British lost 21 tanks during futile fighting on Wednesday. Some of the occupants were made prisoners. Troops tinder Prince Leopold of Bavaria, advancing on the Russian city of Riga, have reached the River Aa at some places on the Gulf of Riga coast, the German general staff, an nounced today. NO REPORT FROM THE RIGA FRONT Petrograd, Aug. 24.—The Russian official statement Issued today makes no mention of lighting in the Riga re gion. saying that on the Russian front there were only fusillades und scout ing operations On the Rumanian front the AiAtro-Germans last night attacked the Russian-Rumanian posi tions near the village of Krendshenl and after occupying part of the trenches of the defenders were ejected by counter attacks. ITALIANS REPORT THE CAPTURE OF 60 GUNS Rome. Aug. 24.—The war office re ports that the battle on the Isonzo front continues and that about 6» guns have been captured. General Cadorna announces that the I The While Sewing Machine The sewing machine that wins immediate favor with the woman who has much family sewing to do is the White, because it runs light and easy, is not complicated in its mechanism and so con structed that aching and tired backs do not result after a few hours' sewing. Out of Town Patrons Can Order by Mail We Pay the Freight to Your Own City FAMOUS— Sit -Strate Models HERE PICTURED Among the models in stock is the famous $it-Strate—the machine that prevents aching backs. The sew ing always directly in front of you. $65.00 Many Models Are Displayed Today There Are Many Other Types of Cabinet Machines—White Make—Shown. ANY ONE ON EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT *8 tn i.rv Any Machine $5 Down $5 a Month The White Is King as The White stands on rec ord of complete satisfac tion, covering several gen erations. Machines will be shown tomorrow in DULL OAK GOLDEN OAK FUMED OAK CIRC ASSIAN WALNUT HUNGARIAN ASH . MAHOGANY BIRDSEYE MAPLE For Your Old Machine We Allow Its Full Worth As a Cash Payment in Trade Mail Orders Filled We Pay the Freight SSSSB»*!' 48 to M WEST PARK WE ARE NOW SHOWING OUR Fall Hats y e'fF \wn FEATHElt, SATIN, TURBANS AND STRAWS Fisher's Millinery Park and Montana Sts. Italians yesterday stormed now Aus trian positions, broke up violent counter attacks made by the enemy and took a large number of Austro Hungarian prisoners. More than 20,000 prisoners, the v office statement says, havo been re moved from the Austro-Italian front by tiie Italians. ALLIES AIR RAID TAKES TOLL OF CIVILIANS Amsterdam, Aug. 24.—A semi-offi cial telegram from Berlin says that during an enemy air uttack Tuesday night a girl was killed at Metz. No military damage was done at Eglshelm, Freiburg and Sclilettstadt, but a wom an and five children were injured. PROHIBITION IS MAKING TEA DRINKERS OF BRITISH London, Aug. 24.—"Has it been no ticed that since the anti-treating epoch and since alcoholic liquor came to van ishing point, men invite one another to cups of tea and get quite feverish over their potation?" asks the Daily Express. "Yesterday afternoon an actor l$ho is resting' confessed that he had consumed nine cups of tea since breakfast time. They had certainly changed his condition. He was ter ribly restless. Glittering eyes, rapid, nonsensical. voluminous talk, high temperature, an uncertain temper, h fluctuating pulse, hands nervously clenched--all these are the signs anil tokens of tea drunkenness." THEY SAY A Dollar Buys Less Now Than It Has In the Fast Year. I T WILL buy more in pure food groceries at the Economy tomorrow than in any grocery in any City in Montana. VEGETABLES IN CANS Feas —Case, 2 dozen cans, $3.35; or 12 cans for ° n *y ............$1.75 Corn —Case, 2 dozen cans, $3.75; <> r 12 cans for « nl V ............$1.95 I omatoes —Case. 2 dozen cans, $3.90; or 12 cans f° r ..............$2.00 Ktringless Beans —24 cans, $3.05; or 12 cans for 2 "*y............$1.55 Hour —Hard wheat flour, 98 pounds for $7.25; or 49 pounds for... $3.65 Macaroni, Spaghetti, Ver micelli or Noodles; 7 pound box for.. ■■•■85* Beans —Navy beans, 10 pounds for . ..... $1.75 Lima Beans—10 pounds f 01 ;.............$1.80 l atsup —A quart-can of good catsup, wholesale, at on 'y...............25 1 2 PHONES. 1130 and 1131 WE SELL FOR LESS! Economy Wholesale Grocery Company 601-606-608-610 Utah Ave. MEXICANS IMPORT CORN, Mexico City, Aug. 24.—-To aid in the effort to make good the shortage of corn throughout Mexico, the Con stitutionalist railway lines have re duced the freight rates on corn Im ported from the United States 3# per cent. SCIENTIFICALLY SPEAKING. The Milkman (to suspicious cus tumer)--You won t And nothing wrong with that, ma'am. Ail our milk's par alyzed by a government anarchist.— Passing Show. Subsoribe for the Butte Daily Post.