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Ladies' Shoes <r ok •Nr Hr 'J at ■> j In these days of high priced shoes this arouses your immediate interest. Shoes of excellent quality and good style, and in a variety of colors and leathers to choose from . $7.50 For S7.50 you can buy shoes with nine-inch. Dread nought cloth tops, in the following colors: Brown Russia calf vamps, cloth to match; black vici kid vamps, dark gray tops: or you may have them in ail black, with cloth or kid tops. Lace or button, welt «ole. Louis Cuban heels. HUBERT'S 51 W. Park St. , t Mill HERRINS FIXED BEFORE COMMISSION City Health Department Wins First Step in Fight for Pure Milk. j refrigerator « miik, butter According to th* local hear Iroad commis or not ratlro compelled to charge« prep. depart« » of ftour milk were imported te during the month of July, ged that the state law reborn degree temperature in all ryir*g miik u* being violated, ding to Dr Matthews if the ■erainr car» are installed the t. em in Butte wifi la* essily so BUTTE IN BRIEF j w Wilhelm • X. Wilhelm. Wilhelm and Poison. Mont ern Montana dty 'oday an» r Delta, Colo Kbno. Mont.. ■ Am. D. M. Cou forrrie«! a party topic who were af te li. K. Wax cl and wife 1an a nd her little boy. e<) through Butte yesterday on their wa y from De*» Moi 04 la., U> Kea ■ Air. Ward was COfi II* «red with t be bu »in -** depart - mnt of the ft Land ird i f. w yearn ag«. Jan ms W Du dgeor ». r eerge W H w a i and M W Atwa »er made up a pur* > from Basin on tri fi to Butte y*uu «la y Mr. and Mrs R J Mather of *3« Wes* Quartz utr eft i returned from it trip to tikieaffo AI r. and Mrs. J Hhn nno n of Twin Bndg «-« are ret gist •'Ted at the Fialen hijtet Mrt Mur*:. r»-t Hullivan hs* go tu Ha » l.ak*- for a f#*w w«*^ks vacatio Roy Murray ai»«J wil«* « if Dillon Sftending a few days In Butt». fiuy r, Davidson of Iscwi-t« vwn is tiding a few «lays in the rit y* Mi lee f *utnam of Mla*«mla is r**gis fer.d at th** Th*»rr*ton hotel. A. 1. <; !ol«ls« hnriidt of Helena 1* reg Istered al t the fMggat hot*! Arthur Nelson of H«Miihern C roan is 1 1 at ih** Grand hotel. W L, Jo ne*- and wife of M IfteoMla ar* among the «lay's arrivals Igoren« B. Hun^hrey of Asse on da is Spe riding • lie day In ih*- c-ity. n l. r 'erktris of Hamilton I* spend - Inir a f«*w «lay* in th«> ri ty J f\ B**rKMtran«l of Gold Creek is Motif tiu- day's arrivals. •I. I Aul«; and wif« of iiozruuih are among the day's arrivals ****»rl D. Fovel! of Mlnsoiila i vls Iflnir fri«*n<f* In fh* rlty. M M Tu thlfl of n Is in the rlty on * business trip. Mr an« Mrs R H Nolan of Ana C«>«irfn a re In th* i ltf C. A. Mo A Mister of Misft</nln is vis it I a* friends In the elty. Mr and Mrs. Oeonre Durin of 111 West Gold street are the happy par *-m* of a «» on Dunn Is conn* Automobile com Roy O. Cbar.d ing a few days i 'jt n yesterda of Dillon its spend M. i r , iting fnend.- In the city arapbeil of B.g Timtier is on business. Mary Phillips of Anacor.da is »pend iv the* day in the <.ity. George A Winslow of Radersburg m t the city on business, fùllis Mann has gone to attend school t Stanford university. T. A. * *app of Anaconda i« spending the ■tt> L Howe of M i saoula in reglet ered he Butte hotel. KeBy and wife r,f Anaeonda are on a visit. i ' r ' e * Ske^te of Dillon is one of the city * visitor». Michael few D. r Ma da; îreat Fallu i« the uf Mi: i» in the i for Th •f Helen; f Kn nie Is reg i« te the Aeoma hotel R. K. Haml ty on busin« Mrs. K. G. ( ■ •'«<«» Von Tohi of Lewwtown U In e city today. Osteopathic Physicians. Dr» Hoff nd Osborn. 509 Daly Bank. — Adv. A C Jarman and wife of Great Fall» re here today. Margaret Ross of Missoula is here or h few days. ■ of Helena 1» here short ' y Dilloi here among the Harriet M» for a few days K. I. James day's arrivals. Kdluon Phonograph». 12« W. Broad way.—Adv . R da' Helena is he fur • »nr* ■ Whiter of Minsoula is here for a few day* T A Williams of Missoula is in tho city today J M. Hamilton of Bozeman is m the city today Ti c: New Kdlson. 12« W. Broadway Adv J Si rly frw diiya. >f M iMMuIn iw h#*rf* for ; D0N T ENVY A WOMAN Deraus* »hi; is well and smartly dresse«] You ;*i»o may lie dressed the mime if y «hi use the old reliable Pic torial Review Pailerna. They »ave you material, are easily understood and the *t> U « are always fashion* latest uoriJ. The uig fall fashion number of the Pictorial Review magazine con tains Kathleen Morris' latest story. It is intensely interesting. The maga zine ar«J th* patterns are always on sale at The P <). News Htarid Adv GIVE JEWELEY FOR WAR. Morne, Kept. 17. Nearly 1,000 pounds of gold has been donated to the treas ury department during the past four months In the form of ornaments, old coins and family jewelry The golden erown of Prime Amedeo, the father ot the Duke of Abruzzi, was one of the gifts originating in the City of Turin. Venire so far has led all the < I ties of Italy with 220 pounds of gold. Florence ha* given 90 pounds, Milan 20U pounds, Brescia f»S pounds. Rome 106 pounds, Turin about M0 pound*. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BUTTE DAILY POST FLIRTATION MAY BARE HUGE PLOT Federal Agents Are Asked to Search State for Dapper Letter Writer. A bc»te! flirtation in Aloatana. be tween a dapper stranger and »hree vandevflle acfreseeee. has led to a na tion-wide search by secret service agents for Georg* 1 Pfotenbeimer. alias George Williams. An espionage charge may t*e involved. Local federal agents have been asked by justice department official* to search Montana in an effort to locate i Pfotenhefmer. A 'xx*rding to reports from San Fran cisco the adrettes have turned o. er rnment agents a number of !et •ch they said Pfotenheimer had them. In each letter he had 1 another, sealed, addressed and stamped, and had asked the girls remail it. He explained that he wig piayinr a joke on a friend. The girl* became suspicious and pened one of the letters. It is said to are contained some interesting de • il« about American and Canadian military activities and photographs of fortifient The actreases said they me? Pfoten heimer first in Jamestown, X. D. Later they received letters from him in Sac rn *- d to. mailed from Billige«. Federal officers admit they are iook ing for Pfotenheimer. ènit «ay that no harge has been filed against him. INSULTS SOLDIER HOLMES SRRtSTEB U. S. Government Will Relieve the Municipal Court of His Trial. That the police court w ill not handle *es of men « harged w ith seditious *-rances and insult* against the -t**d .States uniform was decided by dge Whitty thia morning when two n were ordered turned over to the ted States officials. Ren old Holme« >' arrested Saturday night, charged h insulting the uniform of a United ites soldier. Hr was scheduled to appear in police court but will be held in jail pending investigation by fed eral authorities. John Ojula, a Finlander, was ac costed last night by < »fficer Hannigan in a Finlander boarding house on Elast Broadway. He was asked to show his rr-gi'rtration card and. in admitting he did not paeseae a card, was insolent to the officer. He was taken to jail immediately and will be tried by the government. Joe Nedi was »ent to the county jail to s er t- a term of 30 days for va grancy. Charles McKeon go into a fight on Fron t street last night and paid a • fin« of IS. Mrs. Kelly creaked a disturbance with h«*r neighbors on Oregon avenue yesterday. She was fined $10 and the sentence was nupended. George Baker. Jack Malley and John Elgan argued so loudly on Wyoming street yesterday that a call for the police was necessary. Kadi man was fined $5. SUNFLOWER SEEDS ARE DELICACY IN RUSSIA Irkutsk. Siberia, Sept. 17.—Sunflower ed is a delicacy much relished by Russian soldiers. At railway stations where bodies of troopH are waiting, the platform* are always littered with the shells of the sunflower seed on troop trains the men can be «een cracking the acr«*d between their teeth an«] chewing the kernels, which they extract dexterously with their tongue. Peasant women sell the sunflower seed about the railway stations Just as popcorn and peanut* are sold at Ameri'tn station*. Many persons «rack m» many sunflower Heed* that they wer* r notches in their front teeth, which enable them to grip the seed more tightly and crack them with greater speed. BISHOP IS BANISHED. Disbon, Sept. 17.—The Official Ga zette has printed a decree prohibiting the Bishop of Oporto to reside for two years either in his own diocese or in the neighboring one. The banishment is decreed as a pun ishment for having authorized some novi«-eg to take the veil, thus trans gressing the law of separation of the f hureh and the state. - nanny NARRFii^ ÛUM • A Si to r "" The "QUALITY FIRST' Store Special Fall Opening Each Day fpF "p - ''ll iThisW / A Vi 11 m % a , < 'SV ' m A Comprehensive, Superior Gathering Most Authentic Styles in Ready-to-W KWS 1 New Announcing a complete showing of new fall and winter fashions in millinery, suits, coals, frock« wraps and all the many acessories of dress. The opening week displays present an'invaluableonpon every woman to acquaint herself with the definite trend of fashion and to view the new creation« vfo sent the greatest achievements of the foremost fashion makers of the world. The new slock i« deiic'A tensive. making selections pleasing and satisfactory in style, quality, material, workmanship and pria ^ -----^ —Fashion Shop.Third) ^Ladies' New Neckwear A beautiful showing of the latest neckwear, in cluding smart new collars and collar and cuff sets; made of fine lawns, crepe de chine, Gerogette crepe and pique. Prices, 35C 65«* $1.00 and $1.25. STOCK COLLARS AND JABOTS of Georgette crepe, crepe de chine, wash net and lace, in new and attractive styles. Prices, 65c, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75. COAT SETS AND COLLARS—Shown in natu ral pongee effects; new and very popular for ............. $1.25 and $2.00 Lingerie Crepe A beautiful quality silk and cotton fabric in a pleasing variety of the most desirable shades, including ivory, pearl gray, rose, light blue, Copenhagen, pink, maize, corn and flesh; 36 inches wide; reg. 65c value, yard........50C Domestic Crepe V. New and beautiful crep>e in a wide assortment of plain shades; also with butterfly, bluebird and pretty floral patterns. Regular 50c value. Special............................... 35 ^ Ladies' Handkerchiefs Made of excellent quality Japanese cambric, daintily finished with drawnwork and embroidered corners. They are new and extremely popular. Specially priced for Tuesday's selling. Reg ular 25c for.... ......20<? An immense new assortment !■ silk ribbons of the most duraSt J ity; very popular and desinft» pecially suitable for army ag bags. The variety includes riital Roman stripes, Persian «tripe; i plaids, plain with floral borders: 1 many beautiful allover flora! daj showing new and gorgeous color <! binations. Price, yard.. Children's Stockin Just received a new stock of the fiaatf . .mercerized hose for children: shot» :N light blue and white. Priced accordhijsd Pinks and blues, sizes 5 to 714 i° r S| Pinks and blues, sizes 8 to 9*4for.. Whites in all sizes for...... Ladies' Hosiery Fine quality balbriggan host st,r ®j double soles, with ribbed tops; ilf Price...................... _ _ LADIES' GALZF LISLE H0SE '^"I black and white, with double soles j spliced heels. Very special.., SMALLPOX CASES ME GROWING NUMEROUS Seven New Cases in Two Days. Vaccination Days Fixed for County. Seven new caw* of vmallpox within two day* have been r.-borted to the eity health department. The epidemic ia Browing worse, instead of better, ac cording to the city physician. Mothers are warned to have their children vac cmated at once. During the month of Septemlter there have been more than 30 cases reported, a record for 15 days. The county heslth department has decided to have two vaccination days a week. Wednesday and Saturdays. All adults and chiidien calling at the health otllce on the first door of the '■ounhouse on the days mentioned, la-tween the hours of t „ml « o'clock,* will I« vaccinated free |j r . P. H. lie l.arthy. secretary of the county health board, orges that every person take ed van take of the free va, einatlun and thus avoid the possibility of s small pox epidemic CLERKS WILL VOTE ON CHANGING HOLIDAY the regular vote upon The clerks' union meeting this evening the question of transferrin«'the heb' day of Oct. 12 to n utte ^ th stsio fslr. which fans this year on Ihorsday, Sept, z? What action the T'" l ' lkp l,a " »»» been learned. The holiday of , , rt 1 » , instituted one year a«„ The'mer ohunts now contend that they can bet ter afford to «ive the holiday for Butte day at the state fair than <H-t 12 Co ;:rÄ wb,n thf fa " * "»id Kill Butt, "That old hen caeklea. "To f,sd me she is tryin« Tou think that «theV , ay1 „ . 1 know that she i, |yp£- ' MISS SHAVES IS NAMED PUYGROUNO INSTRUCTOR Miss Alta Graves, a local school teacher, has succeeded Miss Gail Pass more a* instructor at the city play grounds on the south side. She will be at the playgrounds every afternoon from 4 to fi o'clock. During thin time she will give the children various kinds of instruction ranking from games to «tory telling. From & to 9 each evening. Sara Kin vllle, in charge of the playgrounds, will instruct the children. During these hours they will play game* with the monster searchlight trained on the grounds. THE BROKER S SON. Visitor—Your little boy doesn't seem to be very cheerful. Isn't be well? Broker—Yes. he's well enouyrh, but he is feet in« rather blue just now. You see. there was n «real drop in leather this mornin«. Visitor Bless me' You don t mean to teil me that child knows anythin« mIhmii the market? Broke*- Well, perhaps not, generally »peaking but you see the particular leather Unit dropped thi« morning wan hi* mother's slipper. ( Made Corn) Post TMsncs! says NATION'S CHAMP SPELLER RETIRES JFTERJ) YEARS Record for One Night Was the Spelling of 15,000 Words Correctly. Macon, Mo.. Sept. 17. — Prof. D. Jones, "the boss speller," has retired alter 5U year* a* teacher of district schools in Missouri, principally around I «uncaster and Kirks ville. But at one time he taught In Benton county, and there Judge Burt D. Norton!, late of the St. lx>ui* court of appeals bench, was one of his student* "The boss speller**—he admit* the charge himself—was born in Bchuyier county, Aug. IB, 1*48. Since his re ___________________ ocat retirement from the »dmolroon» he lives a. Thirty-first and '* w;ul ' t streets. Kansas City. Few men have devoted a* much study to any one subject as Mr. Jones has to that of spelling. He l»egan teaching when the Friday night liter ary and spelling bee flourished. Those were hi the dnys when the title of spelling c hum pi on of the district was as bonoratde as to wear the nation's uniform. Professor Jones burned U into his pupils that if they would be regarded as accomplished men and women they must be accurate spellers. With him spelling wti an art. Just as music and painting and good writing are with others. Professor Jones annually issued a challenge to the world to spell against him. It I* a matter of record that this annual challenge was repeated for 33 years. Of coure, during that thne some one wosrid pop up here and there, ambitious to have a go with the spell ing champion. In 1876 Professor Jones defeated the dean of the Kan sas university In a four-hour spelling bout, but it was a clone call; he was just three words to the good over the Jayhawtcer at the end of the time Mmlt. In 1884 Prof essor Jones defeated the j S11 1,1 spelling champion ol I* 1 ! The plan of tbf down by "the bo® I - * 1 the match to run Mrb»l testants writing i , '»t *1 called off by » P»«! was not only ri f^ . Ji phy but also one of pW si a church ««* .,, easier one winter bw—j rcctly s,wiled 1 * two ^ entertainment f° r ' was charged. The pre**'l nine were *12» EFfI0$ GERMAN C.- said bs*»" 1 ri Sew Vorl liave <iU *' I se the; queue •'II appear' mile long, have (iermaii.' uulari' for the" , tfiricaO* ** cBterUj*^^ ! j"* ^nMnug ' ^ I DREAJ ii: LL ft* jus" Tirt"