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ID PLEDGE Head the Drive in i>f Silver Bow's Precincts. of chairmen in each of ! of Butte and Silver Bow K. Kelly, county chair conservation, will carry Administror Herbert C. sage of food conservation in Silver Bow county, lolly announced today that fnext week he will name chairmen. Each will appoint his workers they will make their food pledge week, which Jly set for Oct. 21 to 27. guest of President Wilson *d to the week of Oct. \ so that it will not conflict nal drive of the second drive. of making the drive in of the state was decided at a meeting of Food Hoover's representa r Bow and adjoining he meeting was called and ®r by Dr. H. G. Gardiner a, chairman of the twelfth which these counties are he county chairman pre . Kelly, Silver Bow; Dwyer, Deer Hodge; Sen W il Warnt* Powell; Mrs. S. Madison, and Frank Beaverhead. week will be a national I will be distributed in In the country. The head aehold is expected to sign pledging to co-operate I Sam in the conservation of Hare needed by the allies in 'jltion of the war against £ After the cards are signed left in each home, show very housewife con econo day's meeting Dr. Gardiner ' the purposes of the cam olaring that the articles ded by the allies are meats, and cereals. The house Hi be asked to economize in hies. in tETS RT NIGHT Enforcement of Cur Law—Juveniles to Be Arrested ne«t und made J. McCarthy nllcs, botli boys and «Irls, ut the streets after curft" ,, „I 8 o'cloek during the I months, are to be arrested , in the industrial sehool un a trial before the juvenile according to an announcement today by Chief Probation Officer In the past the custom has prevailed *0 allow boys and girls arrested to go their horn . tbt until called for trial, iys have paid little attention _ lieges granted them and kept violating the law. The prob: iers, commencing with th copose to visit all pool halls, „Js and places where boys and known to congregate and place 1er arrest, taking them to the il school. All children found c streets after 8 o'clock in the, are to be treated similarly, so rho do not wish their children at least several days and the industrial sehool had bcl to it that they are in their A o'clock in the evening, mber of boys and girls who euting the dance halls and s of late have made it neccs Mr. McCarthy to take such ac he officer says that parents it bother the authorities with for the release of their chil enuse the new rule ts going to ireed without playing any fa twin excuses. , eating meat?" fcven't eaten any meat for three ling or boycotting? MRS. ROSE DEAD L Mary Roue, aged 14 years and wife of [ Rose, died this morning at the family r 1917 South Montana street. The tents for the funeral * Richards' undertaking being made [osteopathic ■ I 1 [physicians I Dr. Helena L. Meeeereehmidt i 611 Daly Bank Building H ■ Phene 1I4J. Kirkeyllle Greduet«.. V iRO 'CORN the best remedy In the world for corns, »Houses or bunions. Cost but 26c. *or ■le sud zumrmnteed by sit druggiete. New bro Drus Co., Butte. __ kiliil FOUR EIGHT, AT ALL DRUGGISTS ALL IN READINESS FOR THE LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE Committees Are Named and Ready. Campaign to Raise the $2,800,000 in This City and County to Be Formally Opened Monday and Will Continue for Two Weeks. C. J. Kelly, Chairman for the District, Hopes Butte Will Exceed Amount All is in readiness in Butte for the I Liberty bond drive, which will begin Monday morning and end Oct. 27. Dur ing this time it is planned by 140 rep resentative citizens—who have been enlisted by A. R. Currie, county chair man, for the drive, and Mrs. J. K. Healet, in charge of the women—to se cure $2.800,000 in subscriptions, this being Silver Bow county's allotment in the second drive. Kelly, who is chairman of the district embracing Silver Bow county, is in hopes that the subscription will be far above this ligure. a meeting of representative citi held with Chairman Currie in the Chaml>or of Commerce yesterday an outline of procedure to be followed by the men was adopted and arrange ments' completed to start the drive Monday morning. The men will visit all business establishments, mines, factories, warehouses, schools, lodges, offices and public buildings in the main or business section of the city, leaving the work of subscribing at the homes to the women. Meet Again Monday For the present the headquarters of the men's organization will be located at the office of the chamber of com merce, where Secretary Austin will be glad to give any information to sub scribers or workers. It has been de idod to hold another meeting of the men's committee Monday night, when the reports of the fist day's drive will be received. The members of the central commit tee have been divided into groups to cover the various branches of busi ness and industry and these commit tees will, in turn, name their sub rnmlttees to facilitate the work. Nine districts have been created in the central part of the city. These vill he covered by the men. Of the entrai committee a group of 24 men will he in charge <»f the canvass. The services of Miss Gertrude Nich s. city librarian, have been enlisted in the campaign. Miss Nichols has received 5,000 api>eals and these will be pasted in the llrst r>,000 books which R[CH£AT!0N FUND FOR II.S. SOLDIERS Butte Chamber of Commerce Invited to Help the Great National Movement. At the suggestion of President Wil son the directors of the Hutte Cham ber of Commerce have tieen called on to get their organization behind tile campaign to raise a nationul fund for war camp community recreation work. The purpose of this is to inspire the men, increase the efficiency and help develop the lighting spirit of the Amer ican armed forces. Features of this big work include the providing of wholesome, healthy environment In the communities surrounding the «0 r more training camps and posts. John N. Willys of Toledo, automo bile and aeroplane manufacturer, ap pointed Jointly by Secretary of War Baker and Secretary of the Navy Dan iels as chairman of the national com mittee on the war camp community recreation fund, has written a letter each of the following, asking their assistance in this vitally important war work: C. E. Beetle, J. U Bruce, Herman Blank, P. J. Brophy. Dr. Don ald Campbell, D. J. Charles. A. ft. Cur rie. A J. Davis. I,. Drelbelbls, U O. ans. J. dime. C. J. Kelly. F. f Meteher and W. M. Tuohy. The public, it is pointed out. must be made to realize that they must help in the war. The "first victories'' will be won In America, and pend on the way in which those stay at home receive, welcome nno hearten the men who are ready to I 1 ill de- ! who 1 ' The work 'for theTuldier» and ' sailors in the communities i camps should not ho confused « th , what is being done or * ir < ^ ! ment and recreation^ y > • ^ , the Y. ! during by' the the Knights of Columbus. M. H. A. and in other ways their leisure hours in camp. Reports of Movement. " ' ' . i willys summarizes the big pur of the war camp community rec •The fund wnen m- »'w spirit of the new American Me m ule in the next few numbers do no. make jldiers who lack onths. l army; millions . ,e lighting spirit can retreat without struggle. The American bo>s muni HOW that the tlneat ideals of civlHza on are in their hands: the ___ the folks > are living and fighting in their Imagin' •amp." boy at a training ••Where shall be go and*'what shall he do when off duty" ...... Me und iltlle. adjacent to and the .mined personal service nec .. . .. m ike a recreation system a essai > to man« ••sary "SSiZST.«.......PRETTI public place , to prevent swimming pools. el - ^ ^ ^ rm . buildings, and to prevent the exploitation of the boy ........ .. merciaiizeil attraction« of siraldc sort l. tter which Wilson, in anti" cncioB^a with each of hi« rSr":."",r..,lUa.. ••The «pint vhlcti our will be issued from the library' next eek. The appeals urge that every body buy a Liberty bond and thereby win the world war for democracy. The appeals are issued by the Women's Liberty I.*oan committee. Committees Are Named. The Liberty lxjnn <. wintnittees which Jioan it/iiimittc consist of active workers have been named as follows:: Ihm Coleman, E. A. Brown, J. S. Cohen, F. L. Melcher, T. IV Newton, Walter Hanson. Sum Binder, F. T Bailey, Phil Levy, C. 8. Jensen. W. H. Merrlma L It. Woods, E. A. Shewe, C. H. Mitchell, H. A. Gallwey, John Oillls. J. L. Bruc< Oscar Hohn, N. B. Ural y , W. C. Siderfin, Charles R. Beebe. A. R. Currie. Karl J. Murphy. M. A. Hughes, W. M. Tuohy, W. W. Duke, D. McMillan. J. R. Whar ton. S. Griffiths, O. N. Short. R H. Met calf. J. J. McGuire, L. T. Lawler. M. O'Connell, l«ou 1-Yank, E. V. Fallgren, T. Rearden. B. V. Alley, Malcolm C.illis, Charles Cohan. J. J. O'Meara, Arthur Mueller, John Scovil, John Corette, H. Frank, A. L. Matter, F. M. Kerr. J. Roach, Phil Goodwin. A. J. Davis. D. Fitzgerald, C. C. Swinburne, J. K. Heslet, D. J. Charles, S. F. Shumaker, Frank StrefT. F. Ackerman. Dr. T. J. Murray, Dr M. J Scott. John J. O'Neill, Jake Osenbrug, Dr. J. A. Donovan, Jerry Murphy. W. K. Maddock. C. II. Bowman. John Harrington. Neil Ward. Fred Mar ton. M. M. Ikmoghue, oscar Partelow. Ed Shields, W. J. Sewell. C. E. Met Frank Riley, Dr Tom B. Moore. P Andra, John J. Wilcox, John J. O'Neill, Charles Meagher. Tom Driscoll, Cocking. J. H. Vogel, J«>hn Powers, Jerry Sullivan. L. A. Smith. Sol Genzberger. E. Beebe. W. P. Mitchell. F. W llaHkins. H. W. Burton, VV. Garrison, weth. J. Cocking. W. B Jackson. Marjory Itree. Ada Kinney. L. F Gehrig. Bailey, Thomas Jenkins. Harry Goodland, T. Whalen. John Holland Al Gainor, T. Bennetts. William Dee. l>ominick B toglio, A Taylor, D. Dutch. C. S der son. B. E. Calkins. George Forsyl S H. Greenwook. W. R. Youlden, P. Sidlov. E. H. Ling. Meyer Genzberger. C. P. Nevin. J. H. Rowe. R. L Ruble. Phil Gillis. J. F. Roach. A. von Dache hausen. Ed Harri gun. George Oeehsll, C. A. Libbenberg. Charles H. Gallagher, Peter Bon I no, J. S. Cohen. J. L Carroll. Hen : White, John Smith, Fred McQueeney. E. Stilwell. H. E. Heath. Publicity committee—J. H. McIntosh, Charles Cohan. H. C. Sultzer, James« mings and Byron «'«><>in y. leave America, and their efficient the liai tie fronts of Europe, will be vitally affected by ttie character of the environment surrounding our mlli tary training camps." Commenting on the aeceptanci Mr. Willys of the national chairman ship of the war camp community recreation fund. President Wilson said ■ Mr. Fosdick tells me that agreed to accept the chairmanship of the war camp community recreation fund, and I am writing to express appreciation of your willingness serve, as well as my hopes that tile work of you and your colleagues meet with every success." Prominent Members. Prominent members serving on committee with Mr. Willys are; t uel B. Botsford. Buffalo, N. Y., cl man war service committee. Intern! tional Association of Rotary Cluhs Mrs. Josiah Evans Cowles. Los A gel es, president General Federation Women's dubs; Cyrus II. K. Curtis, Philadelphia, publisher Saturday ning Post, Ladies' Home Journal Country Gentlemen; William D'Arc St. Louis, president Associated Adv tising Clubs of the World; Mrs. Thom as A. Edison. Orange. N. J.; Jame Flaherty, New Haven, Conn., supreme knight of the Knights of Columl Mrs. E. H. Harriman, New York: Irv ing Kirkwood, Kansas City, Mo., pul Usher; Adolph Lewisohn, New York banker: James A. McKibben, Boston past president National Association Commercial Organization Secretaries Charles H. Sabin, New York, president Guaranty Trust company Stotesbury, Philadelphia, hanker; Howard Strong, Minneapolis, presi dent National Association of Commer rial Organization Secretaries; Mrs. French Vanderbilt. New York; Dr. 1 Rftlph D. Wheeler, Chicago, 111., grand ' master of Masons of Illinois; F Frank Mason North, president ol' the Federal Council of the Churches of "Three dollars for each soldier ' Christ lu Ameri, i sailor" is the amount required to carry , ^ ^ wopR fop tho next year Thls ! money will be used in a hundred ways, , WU ch as building and mafntftining clubs for the men. arranging dramatic, ! moving picture, musical and numerous other forms of entertainment In audi toriums. clubs, schools, churches private homes; in short, to see to it that the community around the camp Is as "near like home" to the men as possible, MEATLESS DAYS IN 16.000 CANADIAN RESTAURANTS. Washington, Oct. 13.— More than 16.000 hotels and restaurants in Can ada have by institution of meatless days reduced consumption of bacon 51 per cent and beef 40 lier cent as compared with tin* preceding months. The food controller of Canada, ac cording to advices to the food ad minister here, has announced that after Nov. 1 the net profits of Cana dian millers will he limited to a maximum average of 25 cents per bar rel on flour, the by-products to go to the mill. ___ IS CHARGED WITH PETTY LARCENY „ j p re , t j, il, U complaint laeued out of t| rounty „«on»,', office today by Deputy ^ __________________ Pr.ttf'rentcd a house from Parkett and that IT' . _____i a. took some of the hou,e. with petty larceny at the instancy of Harry ! It l'arkcn. It i» ntated in the complaint that | when ^ h '"" 1 THE POST FOR THE NEWS NEW SHOW TOMORROW-A "RIALTO SUPERIORITY" SHOW, TOO! JULIAN ELTINGE A FORMER BUTTE BOY -IN THE 'COUNTESS CHARMING' A Paramount Picture When You see Julian Eltinge all "dolled up" in feminine finery you'll know why he is called the greatest impersonator of women in the world. As the Russian Countess, he surpasses any thing he has ever done in his own unique field. 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