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Adi er j THE BUTTE DAILY POST Office tlslng Rate* on Appli ANACONDA Mum St. cAtiou. !B U R E A U Bell U fiï ASSOCIATES Ppotilar Assistant Superintend ent Presented With Ring as He Goes to War. Anaconda. iVt. l Blake who Wies in .i the ordinance de;iarmien wa* inveijçitHl into the in. the Waxhce smelter f o'clock yetfterd.iy ftern Äi ted or. Ixh.i'.f .T the a I»en:tiful dt.im d v.:\ of the r esteem H. .1 R. the opening spetv ttul S I - s .e v eed Mr Hlake as asst; tendent of the foundrv. w t of the a .ad fielet •ho of Mr BU< and e'harles l.emn ent. Major Blake has beer, tirst and fo In? s t. i-offs for :1 completely overvonn res;-ad ir. a few w • tht ; attorn of h.s > of the most popuL.r and was alw s act thà: affected the a = that came from WEST WILL ATTEND REUNION IN SOUTH EVERYONE URGED TO BUY LIBERTY BONDS w -'ur \r.d . 1 corda and county urged to set tr. DP. TURTON JOINS JOIN/S DENTAL CORPS CALLED TO IDAHO BY DEATH OF mother 1ASE OF "HEADS I WIN. t A!lS YOU LOSE." Discharge drafted VAN COMING HOME ANACONDA BRIEFS Miss Luell* E Sweeney of Ph At. gacond* Ra ph p.a e B'-t' among in Butte today V erberekmc-es. SuDV.r bug: the Bjtt* D*,| y p cs Vlr.l k of ■ ton ^ Adv. --------.. Everything in Cut Flowers or Potted Piants x at the Anaconda Florist He Aim to Please Phone 799-W 203 Main St : HIL ID SUBSTANTIATE CFKE AGAINST PILLING Judge Winston Instructs Jury to Bring in a Verdict of Acquittal. \u.,comla. Oct V2 Judsc Winston in > - m >'cd the charge against Krvd K Pill »n-;. deputy state same warden The dismissal came after the state had in troduced it» e\ i de nee on a charge that M r P: .. had more fish in his p».» m" i; than the law .iJova, rtie court tn*!d that no ease had been made •t Mr Pilling and instructed the i it ho bring it hearing at erdiet testimony M. Sayxxer. Former Ana condan. Paxs Visit to Local Friends. Au.i. 'uit. O.-t :•> O. M Sawyer <'f 1'olson visited Xmuonda friends last .venins ami returned to hi. home th'. Hr w»s formerly engaged her. in the practice of law. as heV at Poison. Vr, Sjw-.er wr. a s :11a site on the rial head lake .ltd lia. a large oreharvi ... pics ■ - he (Fathered a large crop [he .rain crop on the Flathead lanvd. hut as a rule »as rather better than usual, as the homesteaders are hecum mg accustomed to the climate and western method, of cultivation. l>r. ti R. Owen, formerlv of thi. ..tv, who has Ken at Poison for a number of years, recently received his eonimis. '* on " captain :i the medical . >rps of the l s army a. nan ■ c th, der. to report for duty. FOUR-MINUTE MEiTtO MEET THIS EVENING SCOUTS SPEND HOLIDAY IN THE POTATO FIELD C !\E DELEGATION IS SENT FROM DEER LODGE COUNTY M IS KILLED WHILE ATTEMPTING 1C ESCAPE Barricaded Self in House After M. dering His Wife and Shooting Officer. -*-• Several unded the hou fusillade with >ted to es which he momentarily and w^h V ' Two , r ^ There was >re» of euns Meanwhile dynamite had -een brought to biox up th- house. FXre. however, proved effective enough to aria* the uegr., to -he front door where he »as killed. was killed after • UWr- a'.s-j were injured eevenge I Budding Authoress—I got even ] that horrid old editor last night FT lend—How. dear? Budding Authoress-He always Ijeot* my manuscripts, yon know n thanks^' hU w:lh --------.. ALMOST FIVE TIMES AS MANY MEN AND SHIPS IN THE U. S. NAVAL SER VICES NOW AS ON FEBRUARY 1 Marvelous Progress Has Been Made in This Great Fighting Department of the Govern nient. HERE IS DATUM ON UNCLE SAM'S NAVY Washington. Oct. :* Uncle Sams navy, inctuding marines. today numbers more than a quarter of a nr.M-.on men and officers. When we 1 with Germany last Kebru.»ry it listed personnel of the nav> 5^.4 4 0 of the marines. 11.$18. that tune this strength 1ms than tripled, and by additions c naval reserves and national \ olnnteers. liiadrupled. hr. has val val militia is strength they stood Hospital 42.000 i i.:-oo 32.000 A UK Y IV nr NT. n P t Prom 224 fhipj •r to irore than 1 2 aq voa - :b. it - 'he evolution of ; - .cht months ;ice she rro In th • ns -the villa go and ildmg of cantonment : guards and regular* beer, , ompartively lit - of the tremendous •rocy has necessarily \v official permission. ' 0V1 ' raising " ns up To date, the a solely in prépara carried ,''V:... t /;7 . There have been on and harmony. ids of home dc men and ma •*t ratri-1 ad to Brazil, 'ing craft had >. manned by armed. Most erhauied be around ork hat a from _ • r ,« a . y._ < .. , . j Brazil Brajnj been placed 11 important have been so perfected w offer a positive arm In r T : ftr WO months after the dec v - •- ' " c- i. tin gent >t es naval fliers and hydro arrived in FYance . Ic tîîe THeantime. tremendous work ..as been done in arming and manning xm r.rar. merchant ve>se!s for self .... ; j Meanconvoy j and transport syetem for our oversea*: armies and their supplie* was ready i to bei/ir. k'r.t.j .i_ 1 j ■ I . - »»H.I 1 III mree mointh*' aftci we d< lared wer ' Ten, of thousand^ o, men-more har. w-re i n the whole f;nited Rt-ue., trmy a year ag^-have Keen tran^ tK.ned to France and Finland with ut the logs of u «î r tri», m... t .. . wwa to France and EngUnd with ' ';; J , IO " of * * in ^ ">»» '«»• hostile =reeded np and enlarged. fed fast hoats of •• e . h ,V. ' More: than 300 ar r.o.i tinder construction and manv already have been completed Th? destroyer was found to be the I " K ° rk : With an eye to the future work iwas pushed on a U-boat htjt yn th. question of materials, ths »ho le naval establishment ha, been speeded ud and oniur^ Nat y yard equlpm.nt has beer dou bled and quadrupled. The navy* ordnance factories hav, .been „tUarged un d a new projectila 56585 MEN ,50445 MEW » Thc * row,h of Pnvle Sam > navy, in ships and men. since the war began—and the ^»ures beside Seerelarv Hamels, shown at work at his desk, indieate the Increase in tonnnge and personnel. at the helm. The comparative - ' j plant will be built later | our production of navy g t will be double th By April ago. Herman liners taken . 'r for naval service have been repaired and put in commission. All these activities, however, would mean nothing had the ca\> been un able to recruit its strength But this tbo na.y , r dona. »V :> tol-m pUuit is being construct' Î at Charles- ; whf»re an irm >r plate nt ist mont. New naval training s have been built and old ones enlarged until the navy has today V .internments that compila vorubly ! army. which ha c.nd camps that comp in si.:e with those built f. These navy cantonments 100.000 men. This numbet creased to 24. Every major ship In t! has ,wome a training sh . -lesb.ip Texas, fer instar normal complement of kii now has 1.300. In addition to all the: e navy has incidentally reloss communications . -s and cable censorship, to say noth g "f a score of simil.p siwle lines \nd thc « !: '!(> work has gone along smoothly and with little friction •1 racket that the i vorige American >".it 1 ooo ' i tivitien adh'd all j i all wire ' •in g the ide eh anyth Also, in its wh velopment. the naex its steel, its coal. : to 100 per cent government departm< tnen and coal b r Secretary Daniels up all! program of de < been getting n at prices 50 j than other, When steel ' tried to hold , told them just i th-n told them if 1 " nt to produce at that ' ** 1 over heir plants and ' f, " r them They surrendered ' n , ver >' inst.i' .. p « judgment on Jf h » t P«'-«» *•-- fair has I,eon oun-j " r "* ed hy ,h f i r later lixed t.y the pr 4™.». ,r ' n ' i ' sion and thej SOCIAI KT ÇTPPÇ nilT nc 0UT OF PARTY AND OFFICE V j J a ed fut r £ Tv Lta ta L A w TOM , F :; r h f r r [nd ., boag t. t j, ltr mayor »hf onlv on*» Indiana had v ow K - me o*uy one ^ ^ H " el,her »«cialist nor mayor Tyler L £ wton h.s om C e and quR ** s " clalls ' Tarty tiecauae he dldn'l «igree 'with tho ......• e aian t I "** "»»«»t party i_-TI~ .pgr j^r„!2 r ---2 he "«« hg policy of the V ,... 1 tow ard i-resident Wit ~------- ' "'"T 1 LIBERTY BONDS Will DC nrarhw ■•IL.L ^ READY END OF WEEK . --- " CC,X - A o n ^urtdTs, ! " n « -» 0 «"' ^ «T. noons to secure them hv .a. ,.„a ... I " n ". by ■ ',< v,cIalUt«"h, ' 2 M, "* ht « hi. duty to resign the of j flee when he ine ot guit the party. next week. .uaiiwsiM 01 secure them by the end of i SUBSCRIBE FOR THE I BUTTE DAIM DAII Y Pn«T UAILT ' ONE DEAD. TWO DYING IN AUTO WRECK NEAR DILLON Dillon. Oct A woman killed , and four other persons were seriously injured, two probably fatullv. when ; 1 u ,r automobile was struck by an Ore gon Short l ine passenger train south Dillon, the latter being taken to the ! >>f here at noon toda; the injured persons were o dead and brought to local hospital. Trainmen and others were unable to Imirn tile identity ef the Injured tier sons, so severe were their wounds. It :s believed the automobile party came ' from Sprague. Wash of the Injured, ' man alul 0 Boy are probably fatally I j hurt, i »aman is seriou sly injured and ! -- --- - ■ .............— — ■ .z zzz ■ .............— — ■ .z zzz OBTHB CREDIT j - _ , Germany Back of a Remark ' ' * — able Financial Transaction With Greek King. *« " s now scrutiny j whilh dl^pluct-d the Constantine regime. '' sumnied u n by M. Venizclos him - lf " U |wuli; "- f-"— were: XVI,ilc ;i hufie sunt was involved, yet no real Athens, (let. 12. The German adtanee " f to the recent government of King Constantine was a finanieal etion quite out of the ordinary, developed under the fierce of the X enizclos government money passed from Berlin to Athens, as It ».I. all a credit transaction to be settled "after the war." Also, although "° mom > Passed. Greece finds herself obligated for this 1X20,000,000, „lid is paying interest on it at 6 per cent. Kmallv as stated by Xettizelos. the de preciation of the German mark »• -, (ÄJ?'"' " f t ! lc s -0.O<it).otK) onlv 012. » •»« 'o« The German advance was made about .ear .ngo, ;it the time thc Constantine ™hiéh Ld c h dod fu, T,! ü pav llu ' ar '»> Whah hail been mobilized. For some make"'» h „ OWCVt ' r ; , il Wlls ^«ided to in scribe it i„ Ef* , . ral 1 ' sartj, > 1 ' and not ic 2 1 1 the budget or report it This »!"/ 111 '!" al °. , ,' s wi,h other loans, this »as about the time the entente "ng' thTffi-r-" : ,1,ima,um d^ani ! the demobilization of the Greek K n '^" '"1 ,,rohab| X accounts for the loan King kept secret. of In the > aff«iî >£ u re -P ar . ibarne nt detail, c "" M. Venizclos said that Germany had in effect said: "In the", money Bu 7 Can, " ,, a<ha " c c actual money But you can order vour gov |»nk^e^^dt , ;1 i roÄ^a,d f ÆrÂ^»re^ w; This was actually carried ,mt M ' enizclos explained u . l * .* M money The interest beganT^i, ° a \ ter Th of 1h?s k réiPU tCe U ,hc 5,orm cen '-an. as it negKKfrd °,'h P , thc fi """ Ht money. management ÔMhe taSfu"! "b" tirei.v overhauled 1 to l "' to be brought from Z f ana * cr ■* wTkV/ ,h ° a " irrt captir'o'he vanees from Germa'ny^> ,c toward ad ment will also oppose lh ,I« govern thc bank-, charter u v e * t '! ls "> n of announces. - M v «mzelos tine regime has thus (2 Co,lslan - the chief political anH r Un "' «»c of lions of the day ind has""? 1 '? 1 sens * ? compte, e lurn„Ce" d ,^,V''' m ' a a.ed a complete turnover of'iv", i,laW in ba,,k - which is the- «"'ernmeut POST,Greece's finaneia, S, ° ,K ' ° f a small boy also suffered severe in jury. It was teamed later at the hospital ' v,: Ute automobil» wai driven by a I ! | ■NOTICE We Are Now Located at Our New Office (Formerly Paine, Webber Office) 47--EAST BROADWAY- 47 Our F riends and Clients Are Cordially In vited to Call and Inspect Same THE HEILBRONNER CO You Read It In The POST the Same Day The Post Takes Good Care of Local News I N very Urge per centage the Post! circulation center in Butte and »t bureaus in Anacondi Dillon and Beer Lodgt As every patron of tb Post knows, it is *l er with respect ,0 the ne» that is of direct inter * 1 in these communities. T he bulk of the orld's Daylight Press NEWS is Gathered Day after Day, at Eastern Centers, and is Sent Out, Due to the Difference in Time, so That it Can Be Printed and Delivered to the POST Readers at an early Evening Horn C arriers deliver •t *t your door tor 50 cents a month. It I« a pleasant evening companion In your home. Butte's beet Advertisers use its pege* constantly, it keeps right up with the news and—• You Can Get i Post at a Pt That's Lo You Rëad It Ii The POST the Same Da Direct Private Corres aontlssti '•«Bim \ Bry„ UUZIEK-WOl Co., Stock B 51 East Broadway. 41 ^ North Mmo. ,» *Sp A. . Dot Batf* Pubh 0 SJOCK EXCHANC '-■ . 1 ■ -. I . Order, Ei«„t„| to ' tu. PrflitrifM.' Stork, Bought »ml Sold c _ EI> 0 (SACHS, U,^.' Stocks and Ins w. a McNulty cû 1g4 W - Granit* 6L Ph 0B # Mark Orant of Sprague, Wad rant had in llie auto with h« wifo and two , I ni dion and bit mother, Mrs. PatleiHon. It » u 'atterson who was killed. Mrs Grant is internally lierai Gnuit suffered a broken leg»* injuries I he two children are a of to. win» suffered a broken I* a girl of I, who escaped injury. HO HUM! Tis sad to see the sun k*> dovrnoi other passing day, Tis sad to See tin» Summer wan« doff her g omenta gay, Kor we know full well that tb» More skirt will soon have" au ay.