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AL INTEREST From Washington Are i to Have Army Band onor Drafted Men. , Sept. 8. rhe hand or tlie Montana Infantry from Fort near her«*, paraded yester n Helenas first continuent its cantonment, but not until from the war department at on had commanded Col. J. tines* to order out the band. *al Commercial clfib held the n In honor of Helena's "ien, but when Secretary L. m called upon Colonel Me with a re«|iiest that the band t, McOuinneas, Mr. Rheem lare«l his men should not pa Onor of 'alacKers. who should n enlisted before they were «lu» ercial club appealed by ilted States Senator Henry t Washington, who hurried r r department with the com an order from, the to Colonel MoOiitn the hand. I the incident wilt not but that the Commercial through" with what it an insult t«» its citizen *«»l b WCl g. '.RD IN MISSOULA. ^la. Sept. 8. "There is noth possess of any value, lie it onal property or honor, that lafe until you wipe Herman r from the face of the earth." "lared James VV. Uerard, for mte«! States am bus sad «a - t«» the court «)f Germany, as he emblage of more than ;oj»U* «»n Montana fiel«l at th« t> last night and delivered his n the intrigue-corrupted -ruled capital, n a platform in the cen jhe largest crow«] that has ever Missoulh the former am r told vivid tales of the hor Teuton warfare, recited har ccounts of the p«»or wretches under the iron h«*el of Ger -tocracy and urged the Ameri cign birth and ancestry to their European hatred and be tiu* American flag. RIKE IS AVERTED. Sept. 8. A strike In the oal mines has been averted, rily at least, by action «»f the strike convention in referring manda for an increase of three contract and ten cents jfor laborers to the international of the United Mine Workers iea. Montana oy»erat«a-s re v demand until such time as Hde effective in competing Wy fields. Pending an effort to similar concessions from Wy ojierators by the international • ti«»n the convention adjourned. INDER ADVISEMENT. uity. Sept. 8. Judge Hurley «»f f N ti county, who presided over f eedings against County advisement f< esterda iments by th unsel for th .ally all of yesterday morning, technicalities and diecuMsion «if and testimony of witnesses up tfie arguments, attorney general left last eve Helena. ADE FOR RECRUITS. n. Sept. H. Park county's '-»ntlngent of eight men for the , tional army was given a rousing "ff liere yesterday by a crowd of A parade, participated in •nuts, Spanish War and veterans, including wearers Ibue and Gray, preceded the m«*nt ARD IS PRESIDENT. Falls, Sept. 8.— Helena was 'd by the Montana Municipal , now in session here, as the f"r its next meeting, to be held ihe first week in January, 1919. the next legislative session. w«-r* elected as follows: Ward. Butte, president. Johnson. Hillings, first \ ice Hunt«*r, brought by Ford, ti '•«ik the case t for a w>k fir 10 ifternoon the atto ruey general the «lef«» n»e t«K»k up Hum Uascade. second vice n. Great Falls, third Hurriso 'resident. I itt«»n, 1.« w istow n, secretary >ei. ral iater«*sting paper* were 1,1 'Uscussed at the forenoon and on tensions und in the evening «•legates were guests ut a >ri given by the Commercial loday they will inspect the new ®n plant and in the afternoon a Unicipal parade will be held. h««hda> for city employes tieing lions on hand. Sept. 8.-Montana nat -•> in Its strong box Aug 31 me t,, ,h.. report of State Trees Mart. made public yester 'uring the preceding three tne state acquired from vari **"' 61,66 "-8 5 end expended — J lie balance on hand in * '"'•'sury May 31 was »2 »50 - ■nc the state »2S.6S4 »3 l.etter * was three months ago. corporation Uj . broucht , n t)|<j 1 ount of any one source. The rommissioner turn«] «»ver ■ - to the treasurer. The'land with a denation dormi P k"°~- <Ih " f «"«Of state hmmî, h * ,hre * n " ,r " h " Mon siderhhf * fTounf ! K are productive erhhle income to the state as ln ot her revenues from hu«J DOINGS OF THE DUFFS OLIVIA IS GOING TO MAKE VENUS LOOK LIKE A PIKER. IS YOU DE LADY VIHAT ORDERED LUrtCW 3EMT OUT — *ueah ? _r 'iWU SEND IT JOKE OCiocK ovrr THEN AT SHARP 1 OLIVIA, I SEE AN ARTICLE IN this paper where Annette KeLteRcAAN SANS THAT SWIMMING and water SPORTS WILL make I TUB HOMAN FIGURE MORE SUAPEtN •than ANTTHIMÖ N00 CAN Do_r I WONDER WHAT TIME IT IS NOW ? 'O. ONE OCLOCK. $ Yes, set IT ON TrtE fOGC OP THIS . Raft. PLEA.se i t 7 \ ni Z? - w " rr I I 1 BY ALLMAN sportsmen totalled $34,490.09 for the period. The secretary of stat«* pro <Ui« e«l $220,854.73, mostly from lic enses «»n automobiles and oth«-r fees col lected in that office. Inte rest on state Investments amounted t<* $95,764.30 for the «luarter. and interest paid by hanks for state deposits amounted to $17, 185.66. JACKSON OPTIMISTIC. Helena, Sept. 8.—County Attorney Joseph R. Jackson, who is here from Butte, predicts early reopening of the mines there and declares that 80 per cent of the miners would respond if of fered work tomorrow'. Mr. Jackson thinks the government's nation-wide d on the 1. W. W. and announce ment of prosecution «»f disloyalty will soon solve the Butte labor problem. FIRE IS CONTROLLED. Helena. Sept. 8.— laical forest of cials announced that a dangerous fire started on McClellan creek, this ounty, by lightning, whs put under control yesterday. Recent rains, though slight, are believed to have greatly de creased the danger in the Helena forest. PLAN TO HIRE WOMEN IN MUNITIONS PLANT Pennsgrove. IS*. J—The Hu Fc* company will in a short time em j I« women in the powder filants at <'a ney s Point. They will he placed utting house, where the work the light, and where, It is believed, they will be able to give good service a.? soon as they become familiar with tn* operations. This step has been determined upon bv the com pan v because of th«; fa. i that large numbers «jf men will be called into the army by the draft, which will deplete the labor supply. This is «'specially true in the euttin:, houses, where quickness and dexterity can he utilized and strength is not re quired. It is proposed to employ at first about -00 women at Carne>'s Point. They will he engage«! ms soon as the company can complete the comfortable new quarters it is preparing for then. The object will lie to make the <|uar ters so comfortable and the surround ings so attractive that a high type of women workers can be easily ob tained. This matter is now under t.i. direct attention of W. F. Marring» in, chief of tiie plant. A bloomer uniform will be used by the women while at w«irk. and the will prepare lockers and ootns adjoining the house4 dressing at the p WANTS BROTHER WORK SO HE CAN FIGHT FOR U. S. Albany. N. Y. Arthur W. Aresens of R«x*hester. although entitled to ex emption from the draft has sent to Governor Whitman a letter asking whether some means could not la* f< und of putting his 15-year-old brother to work so that h<* could sup port his mother and sisters, at present dep«*n<lent on him. while he himself did his ••hit" at the front. "My mother is willing that I should go. but there are my sisters. 10 and i2 years old. and one brother, who is al most 15 years old. to be thought of." h« wrote. "And please understand I do not want exemption." he added. Governor Whitman turned the letter over to the industrial division of the state defense council, ami Aresens was t«dd his brother could get a work <**r tiflcate from the Rochester health <*f ficer. as he has gone through gram mar school. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS oute. (OiD HIM To \n0 m COME. BfcFBlGEftATOfe, TUE TOO 0— »-UL C/VV-t « UP *lUlLt V 01 ONTME WAV! ►. itIM L a KOlacSITY lauB 60CH, THAT Looks UWÆ MS HOUSE them i W UEYi CAM \ SE£ Hitter- Allem, PLtASEj f&r-zr ANSWERS To AUTOMOBILE ÏTAT6 VESTERPAVS B.EBVS REBUS ■rh ' PILOT" " Minnesota 0>iE) (1*0 set -— ANtweso. hv etiA *. » ---- ■ 1 t.%.»u.soi4. AàTUUB J0N6S. wer MdkiER F.L.B. THE BUTTE DAILY POST DILLON BUREAU BUSINESS OFFICE AT McCLURES BEAVERHEAD GIVES NEW SOLDIERS BIG SENDOEF Monster Demonstration Shows Appreciation for Youth ful Recruits. Dillon, Sept. 8. Between 4.000 and 5.000 people assemble«! at the city common Thursday night to give the 110 young men of Beaverhead county who have been called to their colors a rousing sendoff. It is «hiubtful if any similar aggregation <»f young men in the state will he given a greater demonstration showing the apprecia tion of the home people of the youth ful recruits. At 7 o'clock a grand parade was formed at the public school. The band le«l thr line «»f march und was fol lowed by members of the G. A. R., Spanish - American War Veterans. Beaverhead county boys in th«- drafted army. Boy Scouts anil public school children, and over 300 aut«imobiles gayly decorated In the national c<dors. The attendance was so much larger than was anticipated 'Shat Bannack and Montana streets wer«* blocked with humanity before the | n«cession had passe« 1 and many mot«»rists were forced to turn hack. At the grandstand the band played patri«)ti< music, and stirring patriotic mid resse« wer« given by Rev. H. O. Humphrey, Dr. Grant K. Finch and Judge Joseph C. Smith. All praised the young men for the great work they were going forth to do and all pledged the support of the people of Beaver head county. The meeting came to a • lose with the playing <»f the "Star Spangled Banner" and three r«»using «•h«*ers ftnr the boys. The committee in charge of the ar rangements left nothing undone to make the demonstration an event long to be remembered and it will go down in the history of old Beaverhead as an occasion in which patriotism and love of country were never more man ifest. In honor of the occasion all business houses and «if fl« es were closed at 4 o'clock. The first contingent «if young men from Beaverhead county, consisting «>f six departed yesterday aftem«>on f«»r Butte, where they Joined contingents from «»ther eounties. A large crow«! was at the train to hid the boys fare well and G«M]speed. ONE GETS SIX MONTHS OTHER GIVEN 60 DAYS Dillon. Sept. 8. Henry léonard and Mrs. Courtney were arrested yester <iay and each was tried «in vagrancy «•barges. The man was given six months and the woman CO days in the county jail COMPLAINT FILED. Dillon. Sept. 8.--A complaint was file«l in the district court ve*terda> in w hich Mrs. Myrtle Brown is suing Mrs. D*tla M Ayers f«»r alienation of af fections f«»r the sum of $15.000 THE POST FOR THE NEWS ABE GIVEN SIX MONTHS FOR SEDITIOUS REMIRKS Shope and E. W. Blanchett Will Learn to Bridle Their Tongues. Dillon, Sept. 8.—Claud Shope. sui«l to be an I. W. W . was given six months in the county Jail on a misdemeanor charge. The man was accused of making seditious remarks about this country. Judg«? Kenieon impose«! th«» sentence. E. W. Blanchett was also giver, six months in the county jail on a sim ilar charge. It is alleged that Blanch ett made unpatriotic remarks about this country during the meeting last Thursday evening. LARGE CROWD TURNS OUT TO BID LADS FAREWELL Dillon, Sept. 8. — A large crowd turned out yesterday afternoon to bid farewell to the first contingent of Beaverhead county boys who left for the training quarters at American l«ake. All of the boys were from Dil lon and most of them had volunteered to go first. They were Morton Elliott» Dow S. Smith, A>chle McIntosh, Ray Maurer, Alexander McDonald and Theodore Antone. own yesterday sterday at e at Sage DILLON BRIEFS. Dll kin, Sept. 8.-Mrs. Emery Keller motored tu Dillon yesterday ami wua accompanied by Miss Verena Vance, who will visit at the M«Gonigle home for a few days. Earl Hartwig was fr«im R«*ich le. Peter Anderson spent Dillon from his ranch 1 Greek. Frank Rife an«J Isaac Rife were in town yesterday afternoon from their ranch home on Medicine Ixsige. Justin Brundage has returned t«i Dillon from the Centennial valley, where he spent the summer on bis father's ranch. Mrs. Joseph Walsh and children are spending this week in Butte with friends and relatives. P«*arl I. Smith went up to Butte veaterday to attend to matters «»f business. William Sweeney was a Dell v isitor in the city yesterday. Joe Dowling spent yesterday in Dil ]<m fr«im his home in Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Fky Granshury were Bei« hie visitors in the city. T. F. Barrett and daughter. Miss Nan Barrett, visited in Dillon from their home at Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dansie ;«n«l small daughter have returned from a visit to Halt I-ake. Miss Mabel Caldwell left Thursday for Twin Bridges, where she will teach at the orphans' home this winter. Mrs. Dan Shively is spending a f«*w days of this week in Dillon from her home in Butte. A BABY GIRL. Dillon. Kept. S.—A l>aby pirl wan U.rn to Mr. tint! Mrs. E. D. White at Santa Ana, <*Hl. yesterday aftynoon. Mr. and Mrs. Whit« residents, and the only gramldaughte White of this city. arc former Dillon MANY FROM DILLON TO MOTOR TO BIG HOLE r>JU«>n, Sept. 8.—Many Dillon people are planning t«j m«d«*r to the Big Hole basin Sunday, where they will attend harvest celebration to be held at Wisdom. The first «lay of the big j •bralion will take place at the Wis- | dom battlefield, and it will b<* a big picnic, a barbecue the principal fea- ' The roundup and ««ther harvest fey- j val events will take place at Wis dom. Dillon people are particularly interested in the last day, as on that day the big h«»rse race for a purse «if $L.000 will take place. Many from here plan to attend the last day of the celebration. UP AND DOWN THE STATE Geraldine is to have a new public hool for its 200 pupils. The contra« t, hh'h has been let, calls f«ir the ex penditure of $16,050. The building *s to be of preMed brick an«l will lie ready f«ir occupancy before the snow flies. The crop «if beans grown in Btill .ater county this year will break all records, according to report. The Montana Power company has a rew of surveyors at work laying out a new power site on the West Ros«* bud river. This will be the first hydroelectric development undertaken by the company in eastern Montana. Calvin H. Ashbury, new superinteml ent of the Crow Indian reservation, has arrived at the agency and su • seeded Superintendent F!st«*p, who, w ith his w ife. is leav ing for Hhiprock, N. M., to have charge of the Indian school. A survey of the country contiguous t«i Bound up is being made by A. J. Ellis of the Fnited States geologic survey f«ir the purpos«* of determining «luantity, quality and source of supply of underground water. Missoula is to have 15-cent bread as result of the price of $2.20 for wheat, set by the government. Instead of lowering the price. Missoula is one city where it will raise the price. The bread here has been selling for 10 cents a loaf all summer, although the price of flour has gone up. Great Falls public schools have opened with a total enrollment of 3.700 pupils. These figures exceed those of a year ago by about 125. Harvesting the apple cr«ip has begun in the Bitter Root valley. The crop will be normal In quantity, but the ap ples are smaller in size than usual. This is due to the long hot summer and the absence of dew. It is said. plant is to be erected at Hak«*r for the manufacture of carlHin hla< k. The filant is to consist chieflv of a shed in which suitable apparatus burns the gas an«l collects the carbon. The product is used in painting and als«» in the manufacture of automobile tire* The new city market at Billings i * doing a lively business, l^st Saturday vagonloa«ls of fresh vegetables wen disposed of in addition to the «jther produets. very business house and every pro fessional man of Plenty wood will «ompelted in the future to pay a quar terly license, according to a new city «»rdlnanee. The plan was institute«! by the mayor to help raise funds to run the city government. The trustees of the Montana Wes leyan college at Helena have begun a «•ampaign to raise fun«ls to build a new girls' dormitor> at the school ft estimated the building will cost $s 0 000 HE CAN'T PROVE WHICH IT IS. PY BLOSSER MO— UE ( S» ißONEi J WAS UE BŒN CAOED UP? Tb-OAVS' ' AUTt> ftEBUS totst rut.. _ WBepmwrs V V ter TM\Î >®-V CA42 '*tfc moqbousS Mn !HU€THEIt WES' SEEM CAllEO V* 0« 0©*N AB 0«ED TWo A Go COONTOV O f - j Adver i THE BUTTE DAILY POST > Office tiling rate« •n appll DEER LODGE Room 2 Klaln achmidt cation. |B U R E A U Blech - J DEER LODGE HONORS THE VOLUNTEER CONSCRIPTS More Than a Thousand People Gather to Wish the Sol diers Godspeed. Deer Lodge, Sept. 8.— More than 1,000 peopl«* assembled here this morn ing t«j give a fitting sendoff to th<- first contingent of soldiers which left at 9:03 o'« lock for Camp Lewis at Amer ican üke. Promptly at 8:30 o'clock th«» Deer Lodge band «truck up popular airs at the courthouse and inen, women and children came from all directions. After several selections of music At torney S. I*. Wilson was «-ailed t«j th« platform and gave a short talk that bristled with patriotism and gave en couragement to the boys wh«i are leav ing ut this time t«i ent«*r tlie service •if their country. In behalf of the people* «if Deer isidge Attorney Wilson congratulated the soldiers upon being the iirst to leave. A line of march was then formed. It was headed by tlie band, followed by tiie members of the G. A. R. and the Women*» Relief Corps, the soldiers, men, women and school children. The line of mar« h proceeded to the North ern Pacific depot, when- th«- crowd was , Joined by the entire fore«- «if the Mil waukee shops. Attorney T. F. Shea made a brief address to the assemblage, in which he es-fiecially denounced the element which is directly responsible for the spirit of unrest throughout th« middle west and west at this time. Before leaving, the three soldiers William Nelson, Edward O'Keefe anci David Coughlin, were presented with several cartons of cigarettes and Imxes of cigars. Gheer after cheer wa> given as the train pulled out and a farewell and Godspeed waved t« the d«»partirig lads. JAPANESE ENTERTAIN PROMINENT VISITORS Deer Lodge, Kept. 8.--N. Matsunagu, Japanese consul at Seattle; H Oku da, president of the United North Amer ican Japanese associations, and Tudu shahi Yaraaguchi, editor of the North American Times, made the Japanese colony of Deer Taslge a visit Thursday. In tiie evening a meeting wa* held in the Milwaukee yards, where current topic« were dis« ussed later the vis itors were entertained at the Deer Lo«Jge grill. Yesterday they left for Helena and will later visit Butte. Liv ingston and other Montana cities. KEELER OSBORNE l>-*r 1-odKf K*j.t. Daniel F Kefler of thi* . iiy and Jo.io Ogl.orno of laiko Milts, Wis., were quietly mar ried yesterday alter noon hv Judee H fi. Vallton. Mr. Keeler has l,een a resident of the elty for a nnmler of years and is employed as a ma hinist in the local Milwaukee shops. Mr. and Mrs. Keeler will make their home in Deer l<odgc. THE BUTTE DAILYP0ST POSTS YOU ON THENFWS FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION Money in Treasury After Debts Are Paid is Turned Over to Red Cross. Deer laidge. Kept. 8.— The I>eer Ixidge Women s Patriot»«- asso«:iation, which was organized last spring an«l which recently disbanded t«i affiliate with the local chapter of the American Red Cross, has issued a financial state ment of th«* receipts and «lisburse rnentM of th«* ussfx-iation. The state ment shows that through the dances, Food sales and memberships, im-hiding small donations, a total of $348.30 was raised. of this amount $227.98 was later expended for supplies, $17.17 f«*r express, drayage, et«-., and the bal ance «if $101.15 was turned into the Red < *ross. About 40 women faithfully w«irkej for several weeks making bandages and dressings, besides simple gar ments. which were sent to the Ameri «an Fund for French Wounded in New ^ «irk. and which, according to reports, rea«-he«j their destinati«>n safely. Th«* association has expressed its ap precJation to the public for responding generousl.v at the «lances and fo«sl sales, and to the men Hants who made sp«»<-ial prices on all supplies, and also to krank Conley, who provided a Work room f«»r the <ir«l«-r. LOCAL MEN NOW IN THE SIGNAL CORPS Deer l-odKe, Kept. S.- A. oordlriK to word received here recently W. J. i'uthhert and George W. Dana, who were formerly employed at the North ern J'acifit depot, are now member» of the fnited States signal corps and stationed in Valdez, Alaska. Mr. Cuthhert has chante of a squad of five operators i n the service. Italph W Smith, formerly an elec trician at the shops, is reported to have sailed from Halifax, N. 8. Amt IS for France with an cnclneerin* corps It is thought that he is at the ! time encaged in active fr«int bv CHURCH NOTES. l>eor lawige. Kept. 8. At the Meth « «um < nur« h tomorrow Rev. Mr. Nel " n w, ii. hBve f,,r hi * morning subject fun These Dry Hones UveT and Un his evening theme "Who Will Be H. , '.ven'" U! " Mi * n ln th * Kin S«J««n „, R f*" ,ar if«* will be held at the -is . . ,hur,h Mon,ing theme. The Gord s Supper." Evening theme, t orgiveness. Beginning Oct. 7 the Evangelist Wilkinson will hold a sc ries of meetings to which the public J* invite«]. Regular morning and evening serv ces Will he held at Mary Ann I-arra bee Memorial J*resbyterian church. WELL, WELL! Thei,. is a saloon in Italian Texas where you can get stewed and not be Mamed for i, The „ „„ £ Moee Thyfault.