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Published ©very evening ex cept Sunday by the Bütte Dai'y Post Company, 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Montana. Entered as second-class mat ter Jan. 29. 1913, at the post office at Butte. Montana, under the act of March 3. 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, one month..........$ -50 Daily, one yea r, in advance 5.00 BRANCH OFFICES Anaconda. 203 Main Street Dillon____ 13 South Idaho Street Deer Lodge .. . Deer Lodge Hotel J. P. McKinney. Special Agency 8o!e Eastern Advt. Agent 334 Fifth Avenue .....New York *22 S M chigan Ave- Chicago TELEPHONES Business Office........... 423 Editorial Rooms .......1015 ANACONDA Business Office...... 65 CHANGE OF ADDRESS In ordering paper chain* 1 to new address, mention rid addr- ss also to ins'tre pmupt^Jel:ver* Pa*n,ns will oblige the company by report ing faulty delivery c? the j-aper. Make checks and m-'rey cr iers payable to the Butte Daily Fast. Company. _____ lember of the Associated Press. The Associated Press is exclu sively entitled tc the use for re publication of ali news credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news pnM'ishe-1 her--:n. _ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1MT WOMAN S WORK This is the- day for the Inaugurate: ef a food-saving <: iznpaign in the cut of New York. The work in-' for e in cl ; des sixteen th .> nd w men en listed for a house-to-house campaign pledges from about a t: ; n ho. j j i notioed far and wide The Hoover an l*eal is r t to that t; a' ne hut to ever < ommun tv in th- United States i rd th ther e is a definite or organized pur pose to respond, although the food saving plan has hearty support in a good many cities TWO VIEWS iag Germany because we have our It is true that we have these. • lentv of them and aim number of them re lating to things that ha\e r«,entl' be« n br-'Ug h . • . s , ^ list a good dtal 1» r-ger .n it wris be fore we decided to fight. The puMi- * is willing to indulge Colonel Roosc-j veil—he persists in disagreeing a ith Woodrow Wilson at several c pointa, and th Post's cpinion u, t Roosevelt h is the right of it in most of these instances. We would have! gone right at war directly after th sinking of the Lusitania if Roosevelt had been president; that would have been our wiser course. But we shall be carried to wrong Conclusions if we assume that the Roosevelt view is wholly right. IfJ for instance, we are dealing exclusively w Ith grievance of our own then, were Germany to offer to make complete! amend for the.-e grievances, it would I be up t us to leave the entente allies I out of the reckoning. in making peace It is not assumed to be the intention : of the United States to do that thing. •On the contrary, while we are not I formally committed we nevertheless ! assume that we are .going to be bound by the obligations which President . Wiis.m s statement of the case carries The president and the ex-president tr- theroughly committed to belliger 1 ency, all right, and zealously patriotic, I Of course, we would have been better: II • red and incomparably farther ad van d now had Roosevelt been presi-: dent during the first Wilson term:! however, that is neither here nor, ■r present purposes. We have, st. » niai g ri -van es. but it is tally true that we are in the t he defense of dem r.:«y. : Montana in re IT S ENCOURAGING Lltutie.ns t du atio nt fe ords t ' 1 ' h*:r *». t,.-. th *t j • the j ■ it ' nt thei f . r J year ' ' f * tudents ! drafted ■ . k ' ( of lh * f , b - ,. lrrr rf . r!( d ] i«t -V ,r ! In many parts of the coin ntT th * ihf at tem lance at j nil go hot Ms also ! haw, felt the effect of the v ., r In nal institution in the matte! the arm' - 1 THEIR PROTEST VAIN board had decided t< freight rates as the> ri an bottoms, the state hands •ds tha The mighi vern ' ' j ! lent now goes farther than the regu tir.'-r of rates. It ha* established an n bar go that is felt in all the countries v ■ ; h r ' 1r ' r Germany and which promise? to shorten the war ma terially by depriving Germany of food products of which it already is in great need. Last week the exports administrative - t:d took a final step to make com pletc the embargo which w ill prevent Germany, or neutral countries of Europe, from obtaining products of the United States Canada. Mexico or any of the South American countries. The !■• r*5 placed a ban upon bunker coal, without which these vessels cannot make long-distance trips. The oil fields of Mexico and the wheat crops nf South America are by this order cut off absolutely from Germany and the h.uro; ean neutrals unless the ship pers who would aid them can obtain coal necessary for the operation of merchant vessels from some source other than the United States. Al ready m ny vessels of neutral nations are tied up in American ports because ' : »-bis order, and Dutch and Swedish * hii r<who Perhaps have offended ■ hiefiv in the matter of transporting supplies that ultimately kmded in Ger rnan - * f,rc making vigorous protests " hi h go unheeded at Washington. The government of the United States assumes the attitude that while it does not declare illegal the trade between X. w M'.rld countries and neu;ral na tions of Europe, it simply refuses to be a party to transactions that are in terned to help Germany. If this policy had lieen adopted earlv in the game. i the war probably would have been ! ended long ago. The known fact is that ft "! products from this country and South America exported to neutral nations have been diverted in vast 1 quantities to Germany. Without these shipments the Kaiser could not have continued the war. If we learned our lesson late, it was better than not to have learned it at all. Our regret should be that we unwittingly sup plied Germany with provisions to maintain a military force that our own armies n -• i \ meet in the field. Spite < f the p ests I Sweden and Holland and other neutral nations, it is expected that this country will con tinue its en.' irgo un th-se things that would be • sed against us if they re,, hetl German We know by this I time tha- a-.-, ran • s from these na • • * -re o 2 i ,u •. . wo might as 1 well ship dire t to German.-' or per mit exj ■ rts to go to that country as to 1 to neutral countries through rded : HERE AND THERE. that it will do any - •' ' - ng to keep on w on -denrig what happened to Korniloff un nd out Ha< < n T< legrraph. A $*'•' 11 ->00 Liberty Loan looks the in* terest on the indemnity the Hun still ' -2- > in his imatrin. *:■ n - Wash in f ,on IVst j -'In ; • s.»ys Scandinavian far j tories an- running "night and day in making aeroplanes and munitions for Germany If this be true we can af- , ford l " 1,1 Germany feed h or.—Florida Times-Unto. J And Kitchin says a congressman's '|pay should it- non-taxable. Kitchin v . ys was a joker.—Doodletown Ha! ! Ha: ° ne of the bi & leather concerns has declared an extra dividend, which may throw some light on the way the pub lic is being robbed—Rochester Herald THIS DATE IN HISTORY governor of Wisconsin, bom at ^'in June 19. J. Died at Burlington. Ia., 1S67. U02—G< n Joseph G. Swift was the hrst grat luate of the new United -States Mi a 1S33 1M4- Mb fired persons perished earthquake in Calabria. Helena Modjeska, one of i.'.us act resse# of the »-e, born at Cracow, in California in 1909. 'rince of Wales was in f Gliarles W J-nes, United ■ senator from Florida, died. -The Gern; !. emperor and em departed from Berlin un their o Palestine. S : u upon a temporary boundary ■ r Alaska. The Serbian assembly voted ■ I'P'-rt the government against :an aggression. the anniversary in THE EUROPEAN WAR 1914—i OCTOBER 12. mans occupied the impor tât Belgian city of Ghent. . « 1 .. Edith Cavel, English nurse, x "' 1 bv Germans in Belgium. — Italy reported the capture of since Aug. l. *sl of the ODD AND INTERESTING Tc. lessen thv humminn of telephone ,rps " hr -'' fastened t,. buildings tt -■tem invented in Europe encloses 1er» that are softer on the inside than the outside. T.J facilitate rapid writing there has I ten invented a metal device to he tniped to the little finger and with helf on which to rest the next fin ger and slide over a surface written upon. Because locusts are rich in nitrogen and phosphoric acid the government of i ruguay has appointed a commis sion in ascertain if the insects can not he Utilized in fertilizers, soap and lubricant*. To enable a rifleman to see where his bullets go an Ohio Inventor has designed a target which, when hit. ex t r.gliishes lights in front of it ctl d shews- light from the buck through the bullet hole. Rubber tree tapping by a series of small borers set in a circle, the inven tion of an English expert in the viel ci r Konen, has proven a more pro ductive method than the customary vertical incision system. Eor doctoring leaks in underground a Iter pipes an instrument has been invented consisting hieflv of a rod to he thrust into the ground to pick up the sound and a telephone receiver with which It can be heard. A parliamentary committee that in vestigated found that the production of all of London's electric power In a few central stations would save about C.oon.ooo tons of coal n year and greatly lessen the smoke evil. Eor ventilating in places where l'lu.sting is .being done there has been invented a varnished canvas pipe which has the advantage of being JSS2SJ Purity in a Food Product IS THE FIRST CONS! DERATIOS -a fact that is kept constantly in mind by the Montana Dairy Go, All our milk and cream must pass a most scrupulous test for purity. All the milk and cream we sell is pasteurized and clarified Pas teurization not only insures purity and healthfulness, b u t also adds greatly to the keeping qualities of both milk and cream. Pasteurized and cla rified today, and ready for the short journey to your ta ble tomorrow — a lapse of possibly 12 hours at the most. THOSE WHO ARE CRITICAL ABOUT THE MILK ASD CREAM they use accord their best praise to the Montana Dairy (Bo. Purity Products Montana Dairy (Bo. PURITY PRODUCTS 803 S. Montana St. Phone timber Is 355 ! I I ; • j I I I ; I ! ; ; î 11 t .■ ally pr-.-.f ■ ..1 ,-t damage from Waxtk. as it collapse- ,f struck. A I'rent-h scletr t has invented a substance mad. fr.. m «-table Juices ', ' 1 ■ 1 upon grape vines ■ nd fruit tr,.s ,u-r|y i n ,h e spring, rms .. w ix y . ,;tt,t:g that protects the fruit buds from lute frosts. 0 More dun awning is : that folds hoisted. r T u th- usual canvas made of metal r compactly w'hen CURRENT ATTRACTIONS AT BUTTE THEATERS ANSONIA. Vaudeville and moving pictures: Today, Max, ne Elliott "Fighting Odds. Tomorrow, ne .v Psntages AMERICAN. Moving pictures: Today, "The K' V t ,P°v Ser " To "''-- r tov«, Clara K.mball Young in - Th , Ellieit RIALTO. Moving pictures : Today and to morrow George Beban in "Lost in TransiO PEOPLES H'ppodrome v.udevill.: Today and tomorrow, the Four V.ctoria. and five other acts. ORPHEUM. Moving Piotures: Coming Sun d,y ' ° n th * * ui «f Battis Front." ODD EVENTS IN TODAY'S NEWS FINDS HIMSELF BURIED. Ashtabula, O.—Mathew Bowden, be d l y hla w if.. returned home*, . . \ man was killed 14 miles east of here bj a faat mail train and Mrs. Bow? dvn identified the body as that of her husband. Burial was made a week ago. the Moose lodse bearing the ex penses. Bowden says he shipped on the lakes ATTENTION! DRAFTED MEN! )*ton. Resolutions urping the •termaster corps to establish a p i- e cream plant ut the American • in France, and offering the re ts «>f the National Association of .'ream Manufacturers to assist the department in supplying ice cream anînnments, were adopted by the dation at the closing s< ssion of onvention. CONSCRIPT'S SACRIFICE. Hagerstown, Md—To save the life of Miss Edith Snyder, his neighbor and friend. Thomas E. McGowan sacrifit ed a <; irt •■' his Mood at the Washington count} hospital here. Dr. Peregrine Wroth performed the operation of transfusion. Miss Snyder was critically ill, but when McGowan, who was called In. the arm>. left for Camp Meade, she ns much improved McGowan's arm contains five stitches and hr carries it in a sling. COLLEGE GIRLS FIGHT. Philadelphia.— Hazing on a small scale has occurred at Bryn Mawr col lege on several occasions since the school opened this season, but a real free-for-all ficht among the girls oe rred recently at the corner of Bryn twr and Lancaster avenues. Bryn iwr between about a hundred girls, nv ers « »f the sophomore and fresh n classes. The fight started suddenly and end as suddenly. Hair was pulled, fists r*- used freely and some girls were I tilled from automobiles and rolled in the dirt on the road. After about 15 minutes' lively tus ing a clrl gave a warning and the participants scattered. They looked u h the worse for wear as they ampered away. Spectators cheered on the battlers. LUKE M'LUKE SAYS Copyright, 1916, Cincinnati Enquii What has become ioned man who use wife could talk tile Indian? A man never has of the old-fa* b off odei ight enough to Include the alimony when he fig ures the cost of getting married. ! 4 'ne thing that a man learns by I getting married is that no matter " net lu wants to <i u his wife nearly . 11 \v;tys wants to do something else. Any time a small boy washes his tar> *nd combs his hair without be U ~ forced to. the betting is that he nas discovered that there is one girl n the "'»«'Id who is different from ill other girls. If you are bound t keep your mouth shut give you credit f„r thinker. . 1 ' ' ' 1 ; thing: plumber's helper hiwb ir r !V iS lhat ho ,m,st for *et to !hl * Ü l , he ? e, es ' sar > tools, so that trips back to the • be a loafer, and folks will being a deep make ther in buslne in love ange he one way for a man ; Pay attention to whs him to talk in his si • Maybe it is wise n j juries of men and wo»„ c „. ^ I and his w if 0 on the same ju I mean a hung jury. I The Buffs brag that a wt ; stand more th; I the reason w 1 ! in crowded ct ; A hoy will pu (der the hole ; imagines n° ,„ 1P aeps , h<1 h , )lp Rut girl would rather have vmi ,« . !her Ztl ™ a man. Maybe men kee P their ut ink on his ski his black stockin p sees the hole. ike his wife says is for A husband should that': holes in her stockings.* ** The diet specialists growing children should much a nc , at th( . r ,. Bnlar meal C d! ar J°u^ e kids : *»•' ^ ' wash * bo il e r •Okies for the mighty heul claim that f :ll of home-made kids, manag« thy children. Ä'Sayrr.rLr: Tell a Princess that distance lends enchantment to the vir« , an,is liable to become distant** " n< ' e "° ls Tilings to Worry About. l.er S f' " m 'T ho ' 1,,e has an even ntim "f windows, doors and rooms Our Daily Special Ali Ex ne<'t « Ton Of a an Ounce of Charity. Names is Names. A. Trump has a store Gratitude Ohi Toledo, examination planned FOR CLERK AND CARRIER mission "nnounwXtota Ti** C ° m ' examination will be held at 8 ^ 0 « ûr'from whTch ^Xtîon "**' "■ Mi vacancies " rîhevT y ^ n ' n ' 1 ' positions of clerk ln ,i > ^ Ur in the Butte postofB« Bo S ml 3 """' at thl "»> be admitted to thT^irST 1 I* or iinplicatfiin i i » xan *ination. motion apply ,, , ' " nks nn<1 Infor - ■Mrranhy"^ 1 J civil service U> * boar<î «f i Butte. ^miners, postofflee, ; = ........................I.......nimmmmmi..........................^ FINLEN HOTEL CABARET The Finlen Management wish to an nounce their grand opening Saturday Evening, October 13 The best of service, roomy dancing floor high-class music. 6:00 to 8:00 9:00 to 12:00 ...................... ......mu.................................. |. FOR THE HUNTE •U7 ■ WINCHESTMt, REMINGTON t STEVENS mir GINS Winchester and li.minjlon A" Calibers at Right Prie«. 1 a ■o'^C», FRESH FACT«! LOADED SHE A.C.MI HARDWARE HOI Corner Main and Quarti. Lyon's Best Flour Bread, Biscuits, pie - - and cake, as ft,ood as mother used to make cau be baked with this flour. -JRirts TtKifL. Ask Your Grocer Butte Wholesale Grocery Company Wholesale Distributors Butte ----- Montana RIPPLING RHYMES By Walt Mason. GOING OUT In this fair world in which we dwell no man's so ga-atly when they toll his passing bell his going is much heeded. T°M see a shining guv of whom the world is talking, and we remark, J he should die 'twould set the planet rocking. Oh. it would jolt* country hard to lose this human pattern; the sola system*« 4 * jarred from Jupiter to Saturn. 1 ' And then this man of mighty is taken with the colic, and fifty-seven kinds of pains around ■ nards frolic. The doctors round his couch have swarmed as they were able, and in the end we are informed that he has slipP"j] cable. The great man's dead! And still the sun its daily 1 - aises, and still the stars, when day is done, come forth and h 1 H 7 r*C TKxx ------- . .. • ...... »J, WIIVII UCTJ 13 UVMIL, • blazes. The government wags on the same, dissatist action giving, men pursue the same old game they played when he was liv' 1 ^ tame he worked so long to build has vanished, as enchanted, t * man's place is promptly filled, the great man's dead and pjantea ARISTOCRACY . . , , by bekton brai.ey* . rjstocruts; we need them in this land. % Gold-Aristocrats or those of birth. ,... . . Aristocrats of valid worth, 1 Itu-d to follow or to takv command. Whoever trains his intclleet nr hand t o serve the world more ably than bis neigld" »... , " 'loever dignifies his daily labor ith zeal to learn and zest to understand is an aristocrat. ,... To such as these >\h° dream more nobly, think more wisely, plan »H'ttcr purpose and, with brain and nerve, Uevote themselves to life's brave argosies Hu- world belongs. 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