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The Butte daily post. [volume] (Butte, Mont.) 1913-1961, October 12, 1917, Image 10

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ing True Aspirin.
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TABLETS in Pocket
Boxes of 12
Bottles of 24 and 100
CAPSULES in Sealed
Packages of 12 and 24
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Tablets
of
FALLEN ARCHES
WEAK INSTEPS AND
TIRED, ACHING FEET
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WE RECOMMEND THE
OK
PLASTOV
E BEST REMEDY N
it WORLD FOR CORNS
METROPOLITAN
MARKET
19 EAST PARK STREET
■'« Piact lo Bay Yoar Fre*b
2 f>.d Salted Meat*. Poultry.
Butter and Eî 2*
ays the Beit on Hand. Prices
Pi|ht. Come and See Us.
MAJOR BIGGS THROUGH
BUTTE ON WAY TO EAST
rd to
ntri
lar ge proportion of
ror tr.e British and Canadian
■s. Men accepted for this service
been British subjects not subject
aft in America.
Th
SOCIALS BY EAGLES
i Eagles

dubrooms on \
friend«.
1 resume the
r night at the
embers and their
Givo the Wheat to the
soldiers, but {Jive cqq
posttcasties
SW
A;
h*n
the ladle
Mfl.MlDDOCK LIKES
SMITH-HUGHES UN
Interesting Paper by Superin
tendent at Butte Liberal
Culture Club.
.n explanation of the Smith -Huches
of 1*17. containing federal appro
priation for vocational education and
ecially in its relation to Montana,
« given by Superintendent \V. T.
Mad dock of the Butte schools at the
t meeting of the season of the
Butte Liberal Culture club at St
n s parish house oh West Broad
way last evening. The paper by Mr
j Maddock was the principal
evening Criticisms on the
John F V>
one of the
paper w ere
and Earl
Maddock
he bill on
Smith
I Genz berger. In i
said, as to the ef
I Montana education:
"Those who fos
J Hughes bill from its inception to its
j rinal place on the statute books un
j doubtedJv have a broader view of ed
j ucation than that at present held by
' many even public-spirited people.
It seems to me that there is no
state that will profit more in the de
velopment of its agriculture through
education than Montana. Our agri
cultural resources ire but slightly de
veloped Nothing, it seems to me. will
j do so much as this sort of education
) to make country life more gainful, and
* attractive and fuller of op
.
Pie
and
*ds fo
nd childr
Sisters Star Witnesses for Brother
on Trial in Baby Keet Kidnaping Case
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KISS HELEN PIERSOL,
.id of Mr ar. 1
flfiST 0* IN U
ÏESB5: HI'S JULIE
Peter Sullivan Led Astray by
Bad Companions—To Be
Hts Last. He Says.
old the
• m I had
irted ou
sted prett
id h<
with some
told me 1
hen I told
uor. They
e and it
they in
ile highball
*Th(
light
be
r leading a youi
tray." declared Jailer Lavelle.
They'll never do it again,
jllivan. "I don't want to stu
owth by drinking whiskey."
•d
likrr
RED CROSS MATERIAL
NOT SOLD TO SJ3LDIERS
I>?niai that any R«l Cross material,
made by workers of the Red Cross
throughout the nation, is «old to civ
; ilians or even to soldiers was made
Wednesday night by Dr. T. C. Wither -
j spoon of the Butte Red Cross chapter,
who received the following message
! from A. R. Rodgers, northern division
manager of the Red Cross:
No articles whatever, either knitt-d
or otherwise, made by Red Cross work
ers and turned into any Red Cross
1 c hapter, is s«,ld either to the soldiers or
in shops If any willful cas* of this
sort should come to the attention of the
h»-adquart*rs. the charter of the Red
' ross chapter or subsidiary sanction
ing it would be immediately with
drawn
Should it b« proved that an actual
instance of this character occurred
herein an individual sold articles
after having be* n turned in to the Red
ross such action would be clearly in
lolation thf * fundamental law of the
organization and vigorous steps would
be taken to prosecute the offender."
,
Theosophlcal society—-The Guard
ians of Tiumunity' will be the sultject
of the lecture given by J w Duncan at
room 102 Dewiaohn block Sunday eve
Adv * 15 Everybody welcome.—
WILL ESTABLISH
fOX RINCH HERE
Montana Will Be One of the
Big States in This Line.
Says Expert.
That Montana will soon become
of the leading states ip the raising of
silver foxes is the opinion of Fred
rick L. Rogers, manager of the Sil
ver Fox Ranching company of Al
bert on, Canada, who is in Butte mal
ing arrangements for the sale of fox
to form the nucleus for the first fox
ranch in the state.
"There are but few localities in the
. country where silver foxes may be
successfully raised." said Mr. Rogers.
'Montana is one of the places.
• Silver fox pelts are now bringing
$1.f»<X> each. The opportunity for big
money for the fox rancher may be
Mr. Rogers believes the day of the
trapper is about over. In his opinion
the fur business in the near future
will depend entirely upon the pro
duction from ranches where fur
bearing animals are raised according
to scientific methods.
DIES IN MICHIGAN
seph Richards, who was
veil
verni
Butte and had visited here
ns. died at Calumet,
[ich. ->n Wednesday. His brother
dward Richards of 1123 East Galena
reet, left Wednesday night to at
■nd the funeral.
THE BUTTE DAILY POST
POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS
KISS ALICEN PIER50L.
vain e ffort to make him confess tak
the baby who»«- body was after
.-.rd found in an abandoned well. He
• s tha». he had nothing tu do with the
hduction.
-'ill testify in Ins b-half
n a trial wr.. h promises to In* one of
he most sensational ever held in the
TOBACCO TO OF SENT
TO "
Red Cross Workers to Engago
in Gathering Supplies for
American Soldiers.
Of St
i
'
jxury is supplied them.
er received last night tv
Id Tonkin of the Butte F
r from A. Ft. Roger-, nu
the su
u of SL
lorthe
ard shipm
and the
xp»-ditr
» in Fra
a ted for i
ss supply
sou th.
ntity suffi«
ÄS.-mbled t
ipply
I
that • ^
: n î
s 1
-
r . f
Re i
l
onal '
purpi
the Red i
Mil
oils.
> the
th stre
-»ty
When a
«ent to make a shipment
h< *ro. it w ill be forwarded 1
warehouse at F ifty- sev
d North river. New York
"Th.
, encan R e d Cross commis
, n trance has rc that it is
linpo».ibl« to purchase tobacco suitab e
U'.r American tr.K,„ s in Krance. It
s'jfSgenu that shipment, include 60 ter
cent cigarettes ami cigarette mixture«.
-> I "r rent pipe tobacco nd 20 per
cent chewing tobacco. Tobacco it ha»
'.een eat thlished beyond all question ia
absolutely essential tor the r.,mfort
and^contentment of our troops i„ , he
"Various newspapers in the division
■ hate undertaken the collection of to
■ •aeco and it ,s suggested that chap.
I ?M» C ° h , W ,,h th "» '-nd, if poa
s hie. have their collections p.rw
•through the American Hed Cross
.the newspapais will turn over all toll
: Ä t
Ued Cross tobacco fund or Red frost
tobacco collection; or a newspaper m y
organize itself as a Red fro«, auxiliart
• for the purpose of collecting tobacco '
•mb- î
ded !
resume meetings.
The Butte Theosophlcal society will
resun.e the weekly public meetings on
Sunday night, when o. W. Dun.nn will
speak on 'The Guardians of Human
îo'aueÜT PU ' ,,lr COrd,a " y ln '"^
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Sheppard Lapels
The lapels on your Fall suit
should have the Sheppard
style swing—it is a Fashion
Park idea—shown exclusively
by us.
Custom Roll
The shoulders are slightly
squared up—in accord with
the military style rule of today
—and the sleeve heads are
finished with a custom roll.
READY-TO- PUT-ON
*25 *30 *35
without the annoyance of a
try-on.
Jashion TflpflR (PJothes
^ "BslsW
HF-A.'~-.L« Q3R.IEID A.*IP PASmON IP .
Butte, Mont. SIEGEL'S Salt Lake City
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
HIS
LEFT LEG IS STOLEN
Unusual Charge is Made by
George Ingraham—Robbed
While He Slept.
"Someone st
>!o my lef
leg." com
plained Georu
lngraha
n yesterday
afternoon to •
'.e police sc
rgeunt.
"How eould
myone stea
1 your log?"
asked the Sf
cant.
"They did it
while I was
asleep, you
see its made
f wood."
replied In
era ham clearin
-; p his First statement.
Ingraham f
'! asleep
in the back
irak.
room of an «
admits that he
When
trtihcial limb
In the opin:
played a joke
believed puss
thief exists
t side saloon. He
;ght have been drunk,
d he was minus his
the
his
' ! the police some one
• Ingraham. It is not
that such a mean
Ingraham was promised
of the police in locating
GIRLS DRESS AS BOYS
AND ARE TAKEN TO JAIL
as boys, were !
esponsible for dis
Three girls,
ounc * to be p
turLance- last night at the cc.____.
W ..-him.-' n and Iron streets. People
n '"inity -mplained of broken
Ain< ^ uWS and other damage. Eight
UT'Ost-d , were loaded in the pa
th« city jail, when It
w ' dis« « >\ î j • .i th.at three were girls.
D to the :
'' place was found to quar
l * 1 1 ; ' and these were sent to
Lis Of fun
li " n 1 v p< !:- e if they again don
boys* clothing.
CASTORIA
For Inf acts aad Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bean
Signa tu
WANTED IN BUTTE HE
IS ARRESTED ON COASTj
_____________
60 V ER|SfMENT SEEKING
V\ . c.. Pollock, wanted in Butte on a
larceny charge has been arrested in
.'.ittle, according to a telegram re- i
ceived yesterday by Chief of Police J. !
. Murphy. It is claimed Pollock stole
rugs and a carpet machine from a local
* r ' partme nt store. a deputy sheriff
I, ft laÄt to take charge of the
prisoner.
>1 uv ivn.lv I OCCMNU
STENOGRAPHERS NOW
The I'nited States civil service com.
mission announces that the follow,
nig examinations will be held to nn
vuoamies to the government service:
Stenographer and typewriter, field
service. $»0« to * 1,200 per annum
open to both men and women. During
the past six months over 60 appoint
ments have been made from the fe
male stenographer and typewriter
register. Examination to be held on
Nov. 3.
C lerk, with a knowledge of gtenog
raphy and typewriting. This examina
tion is for clerks with a knowledge of
stenography or typewriting who do
not care to take the regular stenog
rapher and typewriter examination.
Examination comes on Nov. 2.
Forest and field dark. Entrance
salaries $1,100 and $1,200 per annum.
Knowledge of stenography, typewrit
ing and bookkeeping required. Exam
ination on Nov. 3.
Assistant chip draftsman, Puget
Bound navy yard. Bremerton, Wash.
taring $2.10 to $4.48 per diem. All
qualified persons are urged to apply
for assistant ship draftsman exami
nation for the Puget Sound navy yard.
LEARN TO READ. WRITE
AND SPEAK SPANISH
• 1 * ass is being organized and
I start Monday evening, Oct. 15. A
thorough course in Spanish by a • na
tive" Spaniard.
1 he sunny lands of South America
, l! Mp>.U'>. with ih, jy undeveloped
qa
4
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1
The Cause of This Happy Gathering Is
COLUMBIA RECORD and a GRAFONf
j
1
Y ou May Have This Scene in Your Home at Any Time—Dance, Operatl
ar and Instrumental Double-Disc Records From 75 Cents Upw«*
Grafonolas From $15 to $350 on Easy Terms—Grafonola
L Records Sent on Approval
HOWARD MUSIC COMPANY
___ 213 NORTH main street, butte
resources, hold splendid opportunities
for those who know the language.
possible for you to learn
Spanish in a practical way, in a short |
time and at a small expense. The
class will be started at Butte Business
College next Monday evening. Tel
ephone 1240 or call at the college for
information.
The fall term in all departments is
now starting. Day and night sessions.
—Adv.
NO SESSION OF POLICE
COURT, BUT SOME FREED
Although there was no formal ses
sion of police court today. Judge P. J.
Whitty visited the jail this morning
and several drunks were allowed to re
turn to their homes. There was a
scramble for the telephone by other
offenders who sought bonds immedi
ately upon learning there would be no
court session.
THE POST FOR THE NEWS
New Soldiers
of Athletic
ot All
Badly
Equip/
Sorts.
Mayor W 1 1 Maloney miJtl
appeal t.■ « 1 ;i. f° r money ' J
nished the Butte boys î
for athletic equipment TwoBi
ganizations nave already take J
movement and will Rive
within a few days. The
go lo supply the boys at the a
equipment of
suits and other equijmem
money." said the mayoi
the people will
as well supplied as i

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