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BUICK BUTTE AUTOMOBILE CO. Phone 610 15 East Galena Street CHALMERS MONTANA AUTO & GARAGE CO. Phone 996 Broadway at Arizona CHEVROLET MONTANA MOTOR SALES CO. 119 South Montana St Agents for Oakland 6-8's Phone 256 DODGE SILVER BOW MOTOR CAR CO. Phone 754 Park and Idaho Streets FORD MONTANA AUTO & GARAGE CO. Phone 996 Broadway at Arizona FRANKLIN SILVER BOW AUTO MOBILE CO. Phone 6S8 53 East Broadway MERCER ATWATER & WILLIAMS After March 15th 51 West Granite State Agents PARA TIRES OVERLAND PIERCE ARROW —THE— OVERLAND ALBEE COMPANY n 836 W. Galena Phone 229 SILVER BOW AUTOMOBILE CO. 53 E. Broadway Phone 688 REO MOTOR CAR DISTRIBUTING CO. Agents for the Hal " Twelve" 108 E. Broadway. Phone 1837. STUDEBAKER FASEL AND ROBISH Phone 552 125 S. Main St. WHITE SHERMAN & REED 133 East Broadway Phone 57 CHAS. DEACON, Salesman WINTON SIX . H. STANHOPE Phone 1688 215 S. Main St. $1.985 F. O. B. FACTORY The Aluminum Six with Magnetic Gear Shift AUTOMOBILE SERVICE CO. Phone 688. 53 East Broadway, Butte, Mont. MARMON "34" The Scientifically Built Light-Weight Car AUTOMOBILE SERVICE CO. Phone 688 53 East Broadway. Butte, Mont. niMP Repairing of All Auto Parts by W LLL^lllU Acetylene Welding Before Ordering New Castings, See Us Bring Your Work to Experienced Welders BUTTE WELDING CO. (Successor Welding Dept., Mountaineer Welding Co.) 408 South Main Street. Phone 3527-J. # With Federal Tax They De mand Elimination of State Line Handicaps. ' Special to the Poet. Washington. IV l\, Aug 25. Now that it is certain the war revenue measure will carry an automobile tax there is renewed agitation of a vig otvu> character for the enactment of legislation to remove the handicaps that are now imposed by state lines on the interstate automobile traffic. The advocates of this reform are concen trating their forces behind the Adam son -Pittman hill. H. M. Rowe, president of the American Automobile association, is sounding the call for the assistance of all automobile u***'rs. manufacturers and dealers in trying to put through this legislation. In a statement just given out President Rowe says: "Offering no objection, except as to j cie*.>. to the i Un of the senate finance committee to include the motor car in * the list of things to be taxed for war revenue, the American Automobile association does ask the United States senate to enact the Adamson - Pit t ma n automobile reciprocity bill as a long delayed matter of simple justice to many thousands of the 4.CKHK000 odd self-propelled vehicle users. We only ask that congress now I open unreserv edly the doors of every state to the residents of all other states who. in the pursuit of their business and social duties, should have the right to move about freely over the roads of their own country. This fed eral tax carries with it a recognition of this inherent right, and we most re spectfully urge that this question be settled once and for all time at a Mage of the countrv s existence when it is appropriate that such action should be taken. The average motorist as a citizen t- in » hauler *,r.crai war taxes are imposed. He employs ! a vehu le which does not absorb the apacity T suppl: and labor c ing its fuel. hick- en outside aies the tr roducts. ering ability of this ve < many families to live rs of population, and thus factor in lessening the de city markets and elimi ms port at ion item for food While in es and towns a part of i cars mileage may be extended in healthful pleasure riding, the fact now ■stands forth that the automobile liases :s claim for recognition on the ground hat it serves an economical and es ential purpose in conveying passen .ers from one place to another—a iootor to his patients, a traveling •desman to his cust*.mers. a child to he school members to their churches, ountry folk into the city and urban - '.derts out to the country: in fact, .he automobile serves modern require ments expeditiously and economically, r.txarion of a motor car on the claim hat it should be classed among luxu ies. is putting forward premises vhich long ago were dismissed and low have slight relation to the truns »ertation situation. We seek unlimited and unrestricted •cads freedom for any automobile vhich has been provided with the home state number of its owner. That's the total of what is overdue." SONS OF VETERANS HAPPY LOST CHARTER IS FOUND The charter of the, Sons of Veterans has been found and the members of the organization can hold their meet ing next Wednesday evening as usual. When the charter disappeared it was given to a young man who is em ployed in the Newbro drug store and who is a member of the Sons of Vet erans. For safe keeping ho put it away on a shelf in the store and fr.r got all about it until he read in the l*ost about the charter having been stolen and that no meeting could be held until It was returned or a dupli cate copy received from headquarters. The charter was handed over to the prop*r officers yesterday, much to the delight of all the members. The organization is known ts Lin coln camp No. 5 and the names of those who appear on the charter are: Norton Worth. Charles J Lawson. Bart Monahan. Peter Breen, Hugh Purcell. Harry Sims, V. J Stein- , berger. Charles Hauswirth, Lanson ! Taylor. Robert Sharp. Harold Crary, ! Clyde < >Us, Leslie Warren. Fred Hen- J derson. G. L. Tyler. R. C. Monahan, I Stephen Ksterly. J T. Wertz, Robert j Christie. F. M Rundell, Eugene Thornton. Albert Hauswirth. Herbert ' Waite, Charles Lawson. Charles p. , Gray. Carl Engel. J. R Henderson and W. H. Maloney. Feel Wor*e After Vacation. The change from outd-«>r activity of | vacation tune to tho quiet of regular ■ employment sometime* make« on« \ heavy and "«tutted up." uncomfortable and bilious, with a mean headache a nervous unrest and thick.y coated tongue. Instead of complaining that "a vacation does no good." it b, better to remove the trouble, which usually Is the result of indigestion. holey Cathartic Tablets give quick relief with no unpleasantness or costive after ef- i fects. Newbro Drug Co.—Adv. HARVEY FUNERAL. The funeral of Arthur Harvey, a j well-known resident of this city for 1 several years, «as held this afternoon; from the Sherman & Reed funeral par lors. Rev. Charles A. Cook officiated , at the services and interment was 1 made in the Mount Moriah cemetery. | BURIAL OF MRS. MORLEY. Mrs. Sarah Morley, beloved wife of ; David P. Morley, was buried this ! morning from the family residence, 605 j East Park street. High mass was celebrated at the Sacred Heart church and interment was made in the Cath olio cemeterv. me; mo MEN WILL VISIT Butte Auto Club Plans Meeting for Prominent Spokane Boosters. the of K. ^*-Oilips ( A * F. W. Guilbcrt of Spok. ne. an exec utive secret, ry of the National Parks j Highway association, und 1. H Proven, secretary of tin» Spokane Ch itnber of I Commerce, will l>e the guests of tne Putte Automobile club at a no»'» meet ing to be held in the Butte Grill on Tuesday. Both men are s hod red for addresses upon motoring conditions in the northwest. The ruests will arrive In the ny on Monday evening and will be met at the train by a committ. club. On Tuesday mon will be made over some » v a>'s leading out of Butt mitte? in charge consistii secretary of the dub. and Dudley of the Silver !• w Au torin L'ile company. Members of the Rotarv du» have received special invitations n be pres ent at the luncheon. *ur guests are thoroughly familiar with everything pertaining to road build ng in the northwest at I we are fortunate in having then said President J. F. Roche club. "Our automobile a membership of 330 a: t veryone of these to be on 1 the two distinguished vise \v ekome.'* Butte «•ant , heart) _ Car That Has Traveled More ! — "HÏITT HOLLER" I VETERAN CAR COLIS Than 260.000 to 1915 to Be Exhibited. The "Hyatt Roller," the f.ui - vet eran of motordom, now maki . ». tour around the United States. - .Muled to arrive in Butte next W.-di ■ -day. Aug. 29 Motorists throughout th country have been following the pn«grr>s of this car with a lively int* rest and those living in this city and vicinity will doubtless welcome the ; - k /t unity afforded them of seeing it as it passes through this city. The "Hyatt Roller" start• .1 :r :n De troit on June 4 for New 1». • » i y on its scheduled tour twic« io— the continent. The tour is being condu ted by the Hyatt Roller Bearing con. ny as a test of the wearing qualities of Hyatt bearings in automobiles. The car De fected for the test is a car of anti quated design—a 1909. Model 16 Buick, owned by K E. Slason of Plainvnle, Kan. Before starting t n its long jaunt across the country, it had already made a record for itse f and for the llyatt bearings with which it is equipped. In 1915 it won first prize in the famous llyatt n having traveled the sur; of 261.800 miles, or more around the world, on llyatt bearings. While in Butte th* will be on exhibition sales rooms, 15 East t; of the Butte Autonu will meet the car at M _____ 29 and will accompany it on its driv to this city. age contest, : ising distance i. in ten times » single set of Hyatt Roller*' >t the Buick *na. Official !, ile com pan) ula on Aug. MISDEMEANOR CHARGE. John Regan, who nducts the Crys tal Springs road hous- , is to answer before Justice Buckley to the charge of a misdemeanor in permitting females to frequent his saloon. The com plaint was issued out of the county at torney a office i«»day by Deputy County Attorney T. E. Downey and among the witnesses named are a young girl who was a few days ago committed to the Home of the Good Shepherd and Joe Doe Sanders, who is in tho county jail awaiting trial on a statu tory offense charge. DUFFY'S IS GOOD FOR OLD PEOPLE Duffy's p --* Malt Whiskey do»"n VB lr b,C f ° r " ,c •< ed a "<< nin chôw, tr tVC ? d "- v '■'»fx-rience shows that a good tonic stimulant propvcly used will d„ nmch ."g" öf i£?rv'° x "''•«poom-Jî or Duffy s before meals ; ,ud on rc tlnng gvntiy stimulates and invigur alcs the system. The wlulèsômï "f 5 ;- purity and rich malty fW of Duffy's Pur« M a | t whiskey per mit it to be retained bs th? „uüt " he " Get Duffy's and Keep Well a f^'e "*■ lS * fUl housc hold booklet . ------ - r -the "Hyatt Roller". This veteran Buick 0 ff •, ^ prove, has gone farther than anv oik. ftlcl4, Wl 261,800 miles, equal to ten times arounTtk" 10 * 0 ^ ---------circuit of the U. S. A »tili the Wor l<l. t st 'll running „ making a circuit of original Hyatt Bearings. See the -Hyatt Roller When it arrives in BUTTF This trip is showing motorists every where the wear and tear that Hyatt Roller Bearings can actually stand. The original bearings are located at points of greatest strain. Eight years old. but having delivered thirty years of normal service, they are still on the job, still giving perfect Hyatt Service—quiet, self lubricating, seif cleaning, requiring no adjustment from the driver. The bearings in your Hyatt-equipped car are identical in quality with these. You can measure the satisfaction you may expect from your Hyatts by their demonstrated record. 261,800 miles, the world's record 1er mileage—long drives over the roughen of country roads— winter drives through hub-deep snow, the abuse of livery and haulage service. And now, sturdy indifference to the most strenuous conditions that cross country driving or daily use can present. Make sure your new car is equipped with Hyatt Quiet Bearings. at You can see "The Hyatt Roller 1 Butte Automobile Co., 17 East Galena Hyatt Roller Bearing Company Detroit, Michigan CHRISTMAS CHEER IS ASSURED FOR SOLDIER Red Cross Will Arrange to Send Packages to France in December. The American soldier in France will not be forgotten next Christmas, even though he has no relatives or friends at home who will send him gifts. The Red Cross women of Butte and other cities of the country are planning for packages to be sent to the men in France at Christmas time. These packages will contain play ing cards, cigarettes, handkerchiefs and other items of a soldier's equip ment that are not provided by the government. With each package will he sent a note of good cheer to remind the soldier that the people of America still are with him. The money for those packages is to be raised between now and the first of December. Voluntary contributions are asked or receipt of packuges filled by individuals is urged. It is an nounced that plans are made for "community" Christmas trees and cel ebrations at the cantonments where American soldiers will be in training during the Yuletide this winter. MONTANA ENGINEERS TO BEJJSTED SOON Montana engineers. whether or not affiliated with the Montana Society of Engineers. are to come within a cen sus that the Montana society will take for the government. The letter re ceived yesterday from the American Engineering service by Clinton H. Moore of Butte is as follows: In its efforts to render the maxi mum of service to the government und the engineers of the country, the en gineering council, representing the principal engineering societies of America, has appointed a committee, known thp Ando,,, Engineering lee to make a classified complla that u quall Pf d «ngineers in order J* 1 * may **■ >n « position to give inform!?" ° f th " KovcrnI » p nt detailed information regarding any and all classes of engineering specialists. We intend the compilation to cover all qualified engineers in the country hether or not members of anv engi neering society. B Halhof a , r !„ alS ° 1 p " I>arin * a co m p| et0 toe :, "" ' "" ,J se ltnes and request your society to cn Ta e convT Pbin8 lhe «—»t«-. constitution C. T. U. ELECTION. 'Vomen s Christian Tem " mon the following 1, R * a mating held yesterday fw t noon at the First Presbyterian church: Mrs r r v . soyterian Mr* i. "J/ r. J president; ■ 1rs. Joseph Cotter, receiving sc re . RAYMOND PURCELL DEAD. Raymond Purcell K.venr IWa^un™! plrir p^'din? rangements for the funeral the MURPHY released. John M. (Kiyht Hour) Murt'hv u former member of the polk-2 «L Police force, ; DREW'S DAUGHTER WEDS A FILM STAR Jr MRS JACK. UEVE' The spoken and silent drama bury the hatchet In the marriage of Louise Drew, only daughter of Tr»hn Drew', actor, to Jack Devereaux, well known movie player. Devereaux. selected for the second Flattsburg training camp, may* soon be lighting in France, where is bride was educated. ------— vwmuuvmh « 8 « rv,ce8 and interment wai «the Mount Moriah cemetery. who was held at the county jail on a charge of creating a disturbance, Ijas been released by order of t,he county attorney s office. An investigation showed that Murphy was not to blame and that his arrest was brought about i-*> a neighbor who had a grievance against him. WILL CAN RABBITS IN FOOD CAMPAIGN Lo * Angeles. Cal., Aug. 25.—I^s An geles is going to can bunny. In fact, thousands of rabbits now roaming the foothills or penned in back yards are to be canned here dur ing the next year. >nly young rabbits are to be se lected. The old ones are too tough. Announcement of the plans to can rabbits was made today by William E Russell, head of a new concern that has taken preliminary steps to open such a cannery in San Francisco val ley. Kxi<eriments conducted during the last three years by Gordon E. I'hair, for the company, have developed a new process for canning here that has proved successful, it was announced. Tlie food value of canned rabbit was declared to be greater than that of either pork or chicken. KITTO STANLEY. William Howard Kitto and Miss Mildred Stanley of 643 South Main street were married yesterday by Rev. c - A - Rexroad at the bride's home. The groom leaves in a few days for the Bremerton navy yard, where he joins the United States service. H. WENTWORTH FUNERAL. Tire funeral of Howard Wentworth was held this morning from the fam ily residence. 918 Lewisohn street Rev. Mr. Thomas conducted the funeral services and interment was made In War Department Plans! Regular Publication Cantonments. Special t 1, * Post. Washi ::u '• tt C\. Aug. hi tana nation. 1 army soldi«w| celve n s# r •e paper in an» i plans whi« are now beide« out at the u ar department * ■ per devoted to the snldier* l published .il the caiUniimentii lean Lak- .. nd each one cl j other perm. if nt cantonmealM quency of is «ties and other 0 relative to tli . se publication 1 yet been d < hU d hut it i> ^ they will be * printed weeUM planned th they shall eral milito: ^ IH WH. such as Hi in the Olfn 1 Bulletin a' W»Ü and also h .1 items-of cerning ili*' • Cii * i s and e* l the camps w ; ;■ .-they are imd published T ■ : are p'-rswi Washingt* se< ting the Issuing ind < r.trollinf thr j tiens at all 1 f the car.t-'iio^ has not b*< decided whêdfl shall be g.»v ernm* nt-snbdWl licatlons or whether the privilege wi 1 be let to prWHl CAPTAIN M'LEOD IS ORDERED TO T Hugh AicL*••'»I. " ' vell ' k ing engineer « 1 Hutte missioned a < aptain in I" Ing corps and will reportât en worth, Kas., on ** McLeod has air- .«d.v donne« uniform and is preparing 9 take up his mer West P« v duties, man. GOVERNMENT IN OF STENOGfi :WM I and < Men outside of tr who want to do nil help the government m i are urged t< hike nations for typists who nected wnh tire m" 11 France. « I ■ will be sent to i:unP* _ ranging from »'•»» ,0 Transportation is ,unl *Th™r ... ..«■? service in al-'ut tW** immigration officer to»» to receive a wliratF men are needed nt one maskeTbânditw UP CAR: GETS A short an unknown track street car ■bile befo«*. 1 Uindh at th« « Btreei ...... T | street and Grand w a handkerchief o' fj' H< demanû« H wore had a gun. He ductor Hannamah ^ possession, »" 1C M p -1 OD U |C r cents. Hannaman uptown had turner street railway ottK TW not to Conduft^ ___ attempt Thompson, or was in the car on ^ robber, as he fired one shot thr^ then disappeared. „ was notified and tk , Mel la snd severs tnrt I on the scene, but had of the robber.