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Showing THE NEW 1917 WINTER STYLES OF THE German Heater The best heater ever made —burns the smoke, no soot, no gas. Your old stove taken as first pay ment or $5 down delivers a German Heater t o your home ready for use. The most beautifully finished heater on the market. It is full nickel trimmed and carries a double guarantee — the maker's and Shiners. $ 85-00 For a S125.00 Combi nation COAL and GAS RANGE. Full Nickel Trimmed and White Enameled. $5.00 Down Delivers This Range to Your Home. BUY IT AT SHINERS AND BUY IT FOR LESS lyliinex-ôl You Don't Have to Think Twice— Just say— "Blanchard Ice Cream" and you know you are right! ( Blanchard prod ucts carry a money-back guarantee) I ; ! I $1,000.000 AN HOUR - t Washington. Aug 29—War expendi turcs of the United State*, including allied loans, have mounted during|^ U. S. WAR EXPENSES Augurt to more than |J4.000.000 every 24 hours, according to fleures of the ' treasury statement. ! Two-thirds of the sum is represented , advance, to the aille,. The United by advances to the allies. States has been spending daily during August for its own needs an average of $8.088.652. The allies have been receiving daily an average allowance of $16,375,000, in cluding cash already paid and the new ! Russian credit, which will be paid ( shortly. The total daily expenditure 1 during August is $24 463.662. The ! average dally disbursement during the I -»T*?.* Y n, ? ed ! war ha* been tl7.0SJ.504. Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25cat all druggists, j JOBE WITHIN THE CHIP Recreational Facilities Being Rapidly Prepared for the Soldiers. I 'Tome on rookie, let s go downtown.' And that expression in American Lake tamp won't mean a trip to Ta coma. but rather a trip to the center of the mushroom city of American Lake, no small village in itself. In the cen 1 ter of this vast military city will be j the recreational center, not unlike the I "downtown'' districts in cities of the country. The war department has appointed more than a score of men to supervise this recreational work in the various camps, but so far has not named the man who will have charge of the play hours at American Lake. But moving picture machines and other entertain ing devices are ready for action at the camp and small impromptu stages for theatricals are arranged, it is said. This recreational part of camp life Is one to which the Y. M. C. A. is de voting much of its attention. Phono graphs with hundreds of records, vari ous forms of musical instruments for the use of the men. libraries and game rooms are being provided fast. Even the item of writing raper and pens. I really a large item in the soldier's life, j is provided by the Y. M C. A. I With many professional ball players ; drafted, the American I*ake men will • see good ball games after the day's drills and on holidays. There .will be I ^ood boxing matches and wrestling, contests, not a few races and tugs- j ; of-war. ! Acting on orders of the war depart- ' ment, investigators already are near , Tacoma looking to the matter of moral I conditions. Immorality and its causes j are to be wiped out as thoroughly as ! the eoverrxment. aided by Tacoma au- • thorities. is able to do it CASHIER FENLON BREAKS BANK RULES AND WHOOPS FOR HIS NEW BABY BOY The bank business is generally a very I serious one and cashiers, especially 1 when borrowers appear, wear a long, ' long frown. This is not the ease with T. J. ("Daddy**) Fenlon. cashier of the Miners Savings Bank and Trust com terday Mrs. Fenlon ented the shie i prt '; Fenlon sur bouncing baby b prised his associates at the bank yes terda\ by emitting several whoops and "hooplas** of joy during the banking hours. These were continued today and President I). . 1 . Charles expected every moment to hear Mr. Fenlon ap plying for his resignation so that the bo\ might take charge of the business. However, Mr. Fenlon satisfied the bank ident that his boy would be busy fighting with Lucie Sam until the eon elusion ot the war and therefore would not be able to accept the chief position jit the hank. F very body had a good laugh when Mr. Fenlon's niece, one of the little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. j Michael J. Sullivan of Alhambra j Springs, wrote: 'dec. I'll bet they're j sore it s not a girl, because 1 suppose i he II have to go to war.** Mrs. Fenlon ! *"*! ul fir *tA>°rn baby are doing fine and Mr. and Mrs. Fenlon are receiving ngratulation friends WAR MINISTER PAID NO ATTENTION TO THE WAR - j Petrograd. Aug. 29.—General Souk homllnoff, former minister of war. scarcely gave any thought to the conduct of war against central powers. General Verander, former assistant minister of war, declared yesterday at the trial of General Soukhomlinoff for high treason. The war ministry. General Verander said, paid no heed t«» the equipment of the army and gave no contra« ts to workshops and fac tories which manufactured munitions. As a result, he testified the munitions production progressed haltingly and | after 130 days of war the Russian ! army was without shells. General Ve t n«ler succeeded General Poukhomlin off temporarily as minister of war. ! PLAYS A WINNING ROLE ON PARK TRIP A romance which may end in a visit next summer to Buffalo, N. Y.. may l»c the result of a trip of Iluttc people and eastern friends through Yellow stone National park. Rumor has it that Johnny Burke, manager of the New Method l<aundry company, and Miss Gertrude Janes, a school teacher from Buffalo, N. Y.. whom he met in tin- park and who accompanied the party to Butte, became constant com panions on the trip and made promises in Butte which will mean tons of cor respondence during the next year. Th< party, which has just returned, consisted of Al G. Clark of Minneapo- 1 lis, representative of the National A ni York; the Misses Margaret and Anne Harrington of Butte, Miss Janes of Buffalo, and John Burke of Butte, Miss Janes was picked up in the park her wav to the east from tailifor " ia - ® htrc 5 *>e had attending school. Companions of Mr H, 5 0,1 P rc ^' ct there lcri ' ao,l >. a * * resa,t I"Women. -- ( **** Simon, <*aL. Aug. 29. — William Randolph Hearst waf on a brief camp in * tri P in th «' mountains near here today and until his return tonight or ' n * questioned about the matter makes no denial but smiles enigmatically. HEARST MAY BE A CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR _______ THE post FOR THE NEWS tomorrow it cannot be learned whether he will be a candidate for the New York democratic mayoralty nomination at the approaching primary election. Advices received last night from New York said his name would lead the list of democratic candidate*, which is made up of the names *.f nominees drawn from a wheel. I ' | j ' , j esmoj healed that skin trouble When you think what a source of annoyance and sufferingthat eczema has been to me in the past three years, do you wonder I am thankful that the doctor prescribed Resinol? The very first time I used it, the itching stopped for good, and the eruption began to disappear. Resir. ! S ap should usually be used with Resinol Ahntment to pre pare the skin to receive the Resinol medication Resinol Soap and Resinol Ointment are sold by all druggists. Fettn+l Sam/ ktlfi té (Uar poor cemp.e.tw>.i. Best Remedy in the World for Corns Rr*ot> out the core painlessly and ends jrour suffering. When everything else has failed to remove your corns bunions you should give this simple treatment a trial. A piece of Oro-Fino Plaster cut the sire of your corn will do the work and do it quick— without muss or fuss and without pain. Enough plaster for 25c to root out several corns. For sale by all druggists. Ntwbro Drug Co., Butte. NEW YORK FULL OF U. SAG Great Parades Being Held the East, According to M. I. Danahey. in • New l hey. "All the big baseball games preceded by patriotic ceremonies, There is alway s one or more regiments of soldiers at the games and the flag raising ceremonial is a very inspiring .. n e The city of New York is like an arsenal and military camp combined, according to M. T. Danahey. professor of mathematics at the Butte high s< hool, who has returned to Butte after hi£ annual trip of eight weeks to the east Mr. Danahey visited bis mother in Massachusetts and a brother in hjew r York City. "Thousands of soldiers parade in ery day," said Mr. Dan ! j I ! j ! I ! ! ; ; I [ ' I saw some splendid parades by the United States soldiers, and the United States marines are probably the finest looking body of soldier boys in the "...... 1 here was a great demonstration last week for the New York Sixty ninth. the fighting Irish regiment, which will be leaving in a few days for Prance. The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, other Irish societies and the Knights of Columbus participated in the reception." Mr Danahey says that business con ditions in the east are very good at the present time and everyone seems 'ery enthusiastic about the war. In fact, whether it is a baseball game or a matinpe «t J ' theater, one is standing pra '' tica,,y al1 the time with hat off, sal,1,in K old Glory or watching the sol or taking part in some patriotic exercise. EVEN WITH THE BARBER. "Don't you care for any postcard* today?" •*k«l the postal clerk a* he handed the man ^ *°n»e stamped envelopes 1 "No. thank you." "Would you like a money order?" "No." Or i»-rhap p you would like to open a pof-tal savings account?" But the man had fled. "Wh«> wai that fellow, and whv did vm. a*k him all three «mention* ?" i clerk. "That." «aid the other clerk, "i* my harher. . .w Whrn he has me he ha* l»other«*d me with recommendation* of tnaa* fellow THE BUTTE DAILY POST POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS IT'S HIM SIDNEYS You have swollen feet and hands! Stiff, achy Joints' Sharp-shootire rheumatic pains torture vou. You have aching back, pain in the lower dIBicul.y when urin.ti™ difficulty when urinating! I Look out! These are danger bl^nals I Trouble is with your kidneys Uric j acid poisoning, in one form or another. ! has «t R may lead to dropsy or ' 'fatal Bright's disease if not checked Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules immediately. They are an old preparation, used all over the world for centuries. combining natural healing oil and heibs, well known to physicians and used by thou sands in their daily practice, "he Cap sules are not an experimental, make shift "patent medicine," or "salt," whose effect is only temporary They are a standard remedy, and act natur ally. gently and quickly. But when you go to the druggist insist n get ting the pure, original Haarlem Oil In Capsules. Be sure the name GOLD MEDAL Is on the box, and thus pro tect yourself against counterfeits. YJ.CA CULLED Tl Probably Launch Another Cam paign to Secure Addi tional Funds. jin fact, it is likely that At a mass meeting of all interested in the building of the proposed ^ M C. A. structure in this city. t. i >• held this evening at the Chamber of Com merce rooms in the court hoi - e at >■ o'clock, it is probable that «■'• "ill be taken to raise additional .nds t.y means of a brief campaign The meet ing tonight, however, will not be for the purpose of solicitation of funds. steps to ards raising the additional funds will be taken for the present. It has been proposed that the surplus money needed might be secured through a lean. However, the majority feel that there should be no debt on the built! ing and therefore it is likely that an other short campaign will be con ducted later to secure the extra money. This has become necessary because of the fact that owing to a change in the original plans necessitating a fire proof structure and extra work due to the discovery of the mineral vein in the foundation extra vat ions the esti mated cost has been exceeded b> from $25,000 to $30,000. Because < f this in creased cost, the building >■>-* mm it tee, .after opening the bids yesterd;-.\ aft ernoon, decided to postpone action on the awards until this mass meeting. The bids on the general contract follow : William Adams compan Chicago, $203.000. BuHey & Andrews. Chicaj- ? 1 ^ b 7'4. Pederson A Nelson. Butte, wahout tile and marble, $181,453.85. Clifton. Applegate, Toole A 1. wlcr, without tile and marble. $20• V. J. Carlson, Portland. Ore.. $184.316. There were four Butte concerns th:*t offered bids on the heating, plumbing and ventilation. They wer« as f.dlews: I\ J. Dorhoffer company. $",000. South Side Plumbing company, $52.000. Butte Plumbing company $ 4 «' 1S9. Magill-Nevin Plumbing and Heating company. $49.902. On the electric wiring five 1 i N were received as follows: Butte Electric Supply company, Butte, $7.457. National Electric Supply company. Butte, $6,834.35. Electric Equipment compan Butte, 6.950. Nforrelo Electric compan 9.450. Western Hardware compan Butte, Only one hid each was receiv- 1 for marble and ttle and elevator. FOLK DANCING UNDER MISS CHERRY'S ORDERS AT COLUMBIA GARDENS be present. ;U program will ill l»e supplied The feature of the observation of the last children's day of the season at the Columbia Gardens tomorrow will be exhibitions of large classes in foik dancing by Miss Grtrude Cherry. Miss Cherry will be u i>ted by Mrs. Frank Ix>vell. Those girls who have attended two or mon « lasses during the season are urged The following spec be given, while music by the A. C. M. l»and Greeting and meet in c; Shoemakers' dance; Hic kory, Dickor>. Dock, by lit tle tots of the Columbia Gardens class. Klap dance, Columbia Gardens inter mediate class. Highland Fling. Columbia Gardens class, girls over 12 years. Csaebogar, Columbia Gardens inter mediate class. Bean setting, Movies dance, Colum bia Gardens class, girls over 12 years of age. Treteer, Columbia Gardens Class, girls over 12 years of age. Little Man in a Fix, girls from Clark playground. Hey Diddle Diddle; Little Bo Peep; Ride a Black Horse, by girls from Ciurk playground. Irish Washerwoman, girls from the Clark playground. Dandelion (interpretive dance), Co lumbia Gardens class. Seven Jumps, girls from Clark play ground. Highland Fling (solo dance), by lit tle Miss "Bobbie" Morris. Milk Maids' drill, girls from Colum bia Gardens class. Gland march with Stars and Stripes, all classes. Song. "America," all classes. TAKES DIVORCE CASE UNDER ADVISEMENT The hearing of the application of Henry Haskins to have the decree of divorce modified in the suit of Beulah Haskins against Henry Haskins, so as to give the care of the children to him Instead of his former wife, was concluded before Judge McClernan late yesterday afternoon and taken under advisement. During the after noon there was evidence introduced to show that Mrs. Haskins was a good hard-working woman and took care of her children. Judge McClernan said that he would endeavor to an nounce his decision Saturday. NOTICE,* I. 0. 0. P. All members of Kntcrprise lodge No 40 and visiting brother« are requested to meet at Richards' funeral . hanel on Thursday. Aug. 30. at 1:30 p m to attend the funeral of our late brother. Albert Baffer. By order Noble Grand E. Fletcher —Adv. OLIVE R lab. S ec' y . SUPPER AT GARDENS. The ladies of the Immanuel Presby terian church will serve supper at the Can tl" t ° mor ™ w at 5 «''*«*■ Pasties will be the principal article of the A " ,h f. la(lle * interested in the church are solicited' to provide for the occasion and all are Invited to attend. Counterfeits. Read what one of the GREATEST NEWSPAPERS IN say on this subject : " The manufacturers of Castoria have been compelled to thousands of dollars to familiarize the public with the signature ofCha^TlT This has been necessitated by reason of pirates counterfeiting the Castoria mark. This counterfeiting is a crime not only against the proprietors of C but against the growing generation. All persons should be careful to set Castoria bears the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, if they would guard the of their children. Parents, and mothers in particular, ought to carehilly i the Castoria advertisements which have been appearing in this paper, an member that the wrapper of every bottle of genuine Castoria bears the fa signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, under whose supervision it has been man# continuously for over thirty years.— Philadelphia, Bulletin. Letters from Prominent Druggists addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher, Net Contents 15Fluid Iiiv.chrn £ alcohol-3 per cent. , Avertable ftcparatofcrAs - s i milatin^UieFood by Rcgula^ tiné the Stomachs and Bctfdstf ærasiÉHP® ! Thereby Promoting Dtfrttk« ! Cheerfulness and RestCoataitt neither Opium, Morphine nor : Mineral. Not Narcotic, A**-* fid» Jkpwarmcit j A helpful Remedy fer . Constipation and Diarrhoe« and Feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP ; resutti n $ merefronH' 1 Facsimile Signature Ihe Cehtacb Compaw i NEW YORK Conger Bros, of St. Paul. Minn., say: "Fletcher's Castor!» i. lull of merit and worthy of recommendation." C. G. A. Loder, of Philadelphia, Pa., «ay»: "For 20 years v Fletcher's Caatoria and are pleased to »täte that it hai ei™ . ' satisfaction." The Schnitz Drug Co., of Denver, Colo., says "Fletcher's Cano* •urely become a household word. Seemingly every family are children usee It." Hoagland & Mansfield, of Boston, Mass., say: "We hare m®» good to say about your Castoria and we do not hesitate to gi ve j, Cnquallfled endorsement." inker's Drug Stores, of New York City, say: ''Fletcher's Castoriaiaa of the oldest and most popular preparations In our stores. w ( nothing but good to say about It" Wolff-Wilson Drug Co., of St Louis, Mo., says: "Of the thmua* patent medicines for which we have demand there are a very I« them that we can conscientiously recommend and your Caatoria a eluded In this few." D. R. Dyche * Co., of Chicago, Ills., say: "The Increasing demand your Castoria shows that a discriminating public is not slow to out a remedy of merit and once convinced that It does all i more than claimed they do not hesitate to recommend It to their trial' The Owl Drug Co., of San Francisco. Cal., says: "We haw been a believer in the 'original man protection' and have been pari* never to sell anything but the genuine and original CaBtoria (Fiel :V.'e have many calls every day for this article from people khouyH» would not he without It In their homes." GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYi ^ Bears the Signature of Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought ▼ M« CBNTAUH COMPANY. NSW YORK CtTY. INNOCENT PERSONAL TELEGRAMS USED BY SPIES TO CONVEY MILITARY NE » or «»VIC* DOMO îîsi*TMf 'cABLEGRAli mUK YkANSMtTTCO AT run. da TEW. UNION CABÜE 3 RAM r.»o*et w r Atkins v,ct P»«*iDt AUOUST ONE 191? JOBS UHL ROTTERDAM HOLLAND 5 9 J HE RA ND FATHER LEFT TODAY WITH , . cL^ui^ryu» ^ aW SyÿvrOïp urOt T / H R K % * R 1 V* DB F0R AUTO TRIP THROtlOH ttoA*, ov CjmArtxÿQ, J). W. yw-cLtt ADIRONDAC ks oone ten days ~jh r * r ' ' j ^ja*uâJL> HERE S KEY TO CODE TRANSLATIONS Mother—Marines. Father—Infantry. word between "mother" father Indicate number of di visions. 1-or instance, ''mother with father" would mean four divisions Adirondack»—Havre. Frame. Word ''gone'' designates route, by code use of initial letter "Ten days" tells t,me intervening before Passage of intercepting point, e-irl y ' S ° f ** fi *Cd list Of a " Rtamiin * for th " port of New York, and letters in name in d.c.tte present naval protection. Thus units 0 ' W ° Uld desiBnilte «ve naval "De^d" h i. L™ 1 ,' U 'l su hmarines and Deed is code for Boston Number of letters in phrase "I wrote you about so," indicates number of daj^ before departure of troop trans •'*haT- ind „ i f a,e " "^ber of troops. *'hlch might have read r ° r * nuI "ber of other wort^ igenT name ° f Germa " secret Now compare the message as re written toy the censor, with the orto-i nal message and its ^ode paraph^ and see how all a , «»rase, been takenTut d >"«mite ha. Washington. Aug. 29—An appar ently innocent personal cablegram can easily signal a German sea and air niid on New York City and send to death 10,000 American soldiers by pre arranging a. submarine attack on United States transports off Boston harbor. That's a concrete possibility of the diabolical German spider web which may well galvanize every American citizen into taking every possible pre caution. Tou would like to be a United states naval censor? Well, censor this cablegram for yourself: ''To John Uhl, Rotterdam, Holland "H™ York, Aug. 29. "Mother and father left today with three friends for auto trip through Adirondacks. Gone ten davs. Staying with Emmy till their return. Rush deed I wrote you about so house can he transferred at once. Getting |10, 000. Good price. Will send vour sharp GRETCHEN UHL." An innocent little message from an American girl of Dutch ancestry to her brother or uncle in Rotterdam. Here's what American navy eenaors «ay it might easily mean: ' John Uhl. German Secret Agent. Rot terdam. Holland. Open Door to Berlin. "New York, Aug. 29. Three divisions of marines and in fantry left today with three battle ships as convoys by southwest route for Havre, France. Will pass south west Intercepting point in ten days. Port of New York meanwhik ed by only four na ' ai ' " chance for submarine a " a , submarines off to attack In da Y s ' United States troops, needed. Will rei " rt " ; through Oscar at s i Bk ••GRETCHE> -Gena»* The American censors large a part In lS- t the Sammies, Ameri ^, guns or airmen Tneu trying. „„«g* Here is the harmless 9 passes the naval censer. .p "Parents on mountain acquaintances for not ^ Spending their f hwnr t ,u« friend Mail papers to without delay. ' p (H* portion of 110,000 h0 ' ,? ^„ 9 , The naval <*ni°r ' , , sense, but not the in their original order ^___ THE BUHE DAILY POST POSTS YOU ONJE Unsightly H '