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BUICK BUTTE AUTOAIOBILE CO. Phone 610 15 East Galena Street CHALMERS MONTANA AUTO & GARAGE CO. Phone 996 Broadway at Arizona CHEVROLET MONTANA MOTOR SALES CO. 119 South Montana St. Agents for Oakland 6-S's Phone 256 DODGE SILVER BOW MOTOR CAR CO. Phone 754 Park and Idaho Streets FORD MONTANA AUTO & GARAGE CO. Phone 996 Broadway at Arizona FRANKLIN SILVER BOW AUTO MOBILE CO. Phone6SS 53 East Broadway MERCE R ATWATER & WILLIAMS After March 15th 51 West Granite State Agents PARA TIRES OVERLANI [1 OVERLAND ALBEE W COMPANY S36 \V. Galena Phone 229 PIERCE ARROW SILVER BOW AUTOMOBILE CO. 53 E. Broadway Phone 688 RE MOTOR CAR DISTRIBUTING CO. Agents for the Hal " Twelve " 108 E. Broadway. Phone 1837. SHERMAN & REED 133 East Broadway Phone 57 ' HAS. DEACON, Salesman L. H. STANHOPE Phone 168b 215 S. Main St. 4» Ji 51.985 F. O. B. FACTORY The Aluminum Stx with Magnetic Gear Shift ^UTOMOBiLE SERVICE CO. hone 688 . 53 East Broadway, Butte, Mont. MARMON "34" The Scientifically Built Light Weight Car automobile SERVICE CO. 53 East Broadway. Phone 688 Butte, Mont. WELDING ? ep , a T ing ah Auto p ar t s b y or ^ Acc ty , e ne Welding y Before Ordering New Castings, See Us Bring Your Work to Experienced Welders BUTTE WELDING CO. (Successor Welding Dept Mountaineer Welding Co ) 408 South Main Street. Phone 6319. 8 SIR JOHN SIMON GOES TO FIGHTING UNE IN Mxuidon rrct. IJ Pit John Simon.' fr.nnr.rly attorney general, the Daily I Asad announces, has been given a ...m «■ten a tom- , ...... ^ , h 7 ,. rltlM FRANCE^MÄ, ITÄrTÄ -1 ____ .M r , a <■ Kelt, o, r , .a . ^ or Harlowton Is in the city rilltin* friends. EXAMS COME OCTOBER M Tests Will Be Given on That Date in Seventeen Cities of the State. ..f M. uan bet v takk« •ill l«e eligible imination for appoint ment to th* Annapolis Naval academy, I t!> examinations to be held in 17 I • Hits ft the state on < »ct. 24. Senator T .1. Walsh will make two appoint ment- p 'he academy, choosing the :v* vditiK men who make the high est re< ends in the examinations. The examinations will be held in the f«, . ! I » « ::ies Anaconda. Hil ling»-. Bo/.einan, Batte. lullon. Glas g..w. Gle> . ive. Great Falls. Hamilton, Havre, Ii-bna. Kalispel, Lcwistown. Livingston, Miles < it\ Missoula and R« und :p Th» examinations w ill be '•endnet-d I th* cii it service boards u. t».< postoffice buildings of the App. th na th be examine«! in al rummur. geography, ory and arithmetic, ime allotted for the The tests w :il start at It is desirable that th.xse who de !•* • er/* - th*- -ortest . * nununicate wit) -he H i; T .1. Walsh. United Sr.it« - sénat-. Washington. D. C.. bc w ! . pre r.: thetiis*r - . the m«»rninK of •li* e.\j*r.. ■ t the places named t ici pate. Mill THE BEST So Says P. S. Bates of Oregon. Declares Butte Miners Aie Now in Shipyards. town atone. 100 met rds in a body, he said n are opposed to the 1 n on the b*t: built Luring the , »h«-y were thi.< coost ««1 chamber iV* » î / 2 «l* *.m for a * rightful it* conceded 1 »1 enlarged me.lrj KEHKONEN IS HELD II Five Counts Are Charged in Indictment Placed Against Butte I. W. W. Tb. of Pete ( 'hieapn Kerkc Hutte following Ihe federal grand FD' en a prelimi n-.iring v esterdav before United! - ( onimissionei l. m. \ iln j,- lu . n Kerkkonen wae repret, nted |. V " At *c: i t»-" 11 »'- :Z m l the district c ourt under his former bond of f 10 . 000 . ,u A total of five counts is brouirht against Kerkonen and his alleged companion conspirutors, amons ui,. m a vi- ms ___ .. .. ' «»iiiong whom »x'd. president of •lints are; Overt *in citizens vent IO.000 the draft; pleadeld . . . The iitc*d States to • -•! : - : ft t used to be publish ;d certain article, for the purpose oï the above named results, and that the de fendants <«„, spired tr. commit JO ,,f fens.» against the fnlierl . fenaes against the I'nited 'State blar ing in tin iMWtoffice of the l nite.1 1 ' WdT " , 1 7 hir "f. * a ' h tsat urdar nigh, r oplcs of Solidarity, anil other offenst*». The indictment returned against Kerkonen and hi- alleged accomplices ui ted States Attorney i «» signed by ■ Gharles F. <*lyne Unimpeachable If you were to see vot,,me uf unimpeachable for that blood, disease * 2 rZm w ÏÏÏSÏ" '"* are »unermg. J 'EXPECTS A CALL . OF FMI Members Who Will Serve With Mr. Brophy Are Named by Swindlehurst. P. J. Brophy the pioneer of Butte, who has be< tu» me ber of the advisory- . pra tion committee, expects Fuel Administrator W J. S« daily for u meeting -f the c Mr. Brophy has been adv others who will Serve with h •mmittee are W. A Selvuh lings, Frank C. Murray of 11 J John Sanderson of Heh meeting w ill probal !> ta - Helena. The four committee! ' to serve, but their aj p< • be confirmed by Na tic r .* Istrator Garfield. The ■ ; 't regarded merely as a matter as all the members r«- hi spected. re preset, ta ti \, • .s .< \ I rding 1 Administrator Swindlehurst h National Administrator «iar« coal mine operators in the Fie district are charging 1 '. c-nts for coal as a clearing h .;.<e sion. Mr. Swindlehurst . sk struc tiens regarding th* n.. a mem régula all from idlehurst mmittee =ed that n on the of Bil eat Full ta. Th ,greed nt must Admin Id that of NEW RECORDS 1 THE TALKING MACHINE : With a rarely sweet ( chestral accompanime I bus sung Gounod's be; Sing, Smile, Slum» - , in a manner that le«\ desired. Her \oicc is . t" this type of comp' » Tending of the Jnstr . ! th»' ear oh is a fun eh knows tr ! and the - with the d« lieht to Vigorous and stlrrinc i- me «'««lum 1 i t offering. ''Spirit of IT sum. by the IVerless Quartette, w.th orchestra ac companiment. Words and music alike have a ring and a spirit that «juickens the pulse and arouse- th» ardor in j* very patriot's heart. ~Tr. r i Tramp. Tramp, the Boys Are Man I _ John Brow n's Body.' "Rally I: .• the F; g. ' •'.Marching Thron « .rgia"— n s a fine collection of snarii . airs that i» blended into this grand n ..;. hard to believe, w 1 Î A ah sing, -Ther ' About You Makes Me L« / s a recent composition. v"U hear ■mething '««u.' that it in its m dody u nd sn t, nder n its tone that i seems mote like a old song, of th days when accompani moms were played on th. j arior . rgan. auu the ci tiieli place theless, thi inoline iimi wi n th<- taslfS^ii.iM selection We t erf a 11 ges. N one < hud ever f th< big hits of Follow Me,'' and becai se of its unusual «lUaliti - Will p robabl m dure when many s u< t osses •f the hour have vanish •d. T1 « chorus mark •d by a j articula •ly su kit,? hr rmom is played ns i sort : intern with beautiful effect. 'Old Tim» I - W;. It/"—here ' h a ■ 1 record t-•: » »rtober that the r . plac< in th< f many ; man and woman m-inory dates back to v\ hen the telephone was a and the gr..j. - - phone was still its mundane appearance, •vvery." "Th. Sidewalks of New svv< < t H< -i. «''Grady,*' "Daisy ' " n,T ' "Little Annie .....rhe 1L' ml Played On" a ho read these •ill ». very d their of count their te till they which will IS •ecord li I , l tin K ul8 bed by f * of 8hadinp - " |,,w ton ' of Fred H <a.vo|.h«.T.<- i. heard to excel n;ag* in ib-rhert's "Ki.«s M n<i 'Silesus Here , ' f' be b and in Columbia' ctohf The Columbia Stellar quartette, un CZr'• ::,ny - ,wu "eautiful se •ecttons as a coupled offering in the "ne is the „id Thuring t. "Ho, (•„„ , Ia*a\e 1,1 other Woodbury's Summe, Night.- Each t-nHf*rr*d with th.. ™ . Utmost feeling. musical quality dla "*ible delicacy « »ctobor Hat ' !, u]k sr ! Thee. um "Sinrs of i> mighty hard Anna h ,.„ * *>o«-aion puts, hon she sings. "H«.w ,; an Any Girlie ! Im of vaudeviiift It's called a ; it " »'"»less novelty and ,„, a 1 < 1 "«' the lively tittle i "'. lov ' ,,n '> "«r railed •Hell!, *•> Soldier Boy." .... hy K^hX^rkTl ,ulyt u T' Prince s band pulled r... in the tooters and tU, !^ ery 8t ^ P drumheads for a o-s. n up ,he Utes when rh Kruell| ng live mln ■W^retVo 0 ^"n*;-«ep. »et up on the raeks H" .. Wa " record witl, .lame in , " ,ianc, ' introducing such noubi? Z •Oood-hye. R road way "Jn, 7.'" If I Had Son for'it» a» kYanc, ' ! ««'ory.~ and Vou rw', » ,n ° ld teteh" If a SÄ* H0V '- *° "" October that lias a p| ac .. J collectiem. '»fferingr for cry dance TO PROSPECTIVE OWNERS AND BUYERS WE WISH TO THAT OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF 0LDSM0B1LE PLEASURE Have Arrived And Are Now Ready for Your Inspection The new Oldsmobile all-season cars—Sedan and Coupe bring to motoring comfort the final touch of luxury. And Oldsmobile ingenuity and engineering skill have over come the burden of excessive price. The new Oldsmobile all season cars bring the combined convenience of the open car and the luxurious comfort of the completely enclosed body well within the means of the average family. They double the pleasure and the satisfaction to be obtained from a motor car They banish the control of weather over the enjoyment of mo toring—make the use of the motor car equally pleasurable under summer's skies or 'midst winter's storms. The bodies are specially designed and built to Oldsmobile specifications—that are not to be found on other cars. Full open cars for fair weather, they are convertible quickly into completely enclosed cars for cold or rain. Open or enclosed, they are exceptionally pleasing to the eye, with the grace of line, smartness in appointment and finish and distinctive dig nity of design that is an established Oldsmobile characteristic. Both of these new all-season cars are built on the Oldsmobile Model 37 Six Chassis, notable for its power dependability, comfort and economy in fuel and tires. A limited production of these models makes an early inspec tion advisable. BUTTE MOTOR TRUCK 422 Hopkins. Phone 909. BUTTE RECEIVE KITS "'"sS?"" The '-mtn Hutto soldiers Pift of the •f lhe company of now stationed in •coived comfort kits, al Rod Gross chap .h i, r'*' "T" " lre up bcfnr f h,-l. l.:.st lirotiUway barra. ks y rs . erdav afternoon while the Red Cross workers distributed the kits. Proving that tho Butte chapter of .he Red cress is ready to do service for the nation at any time the women h. Hutte yesterday responded to a w n e from Avery, Ida., asking that 15 Montana men, enlisting in the regular ■irmv. he furnished with comfort kits nod - passed through Hutte. The tim» T "" rK " ,s wl «h but a short time to do the work, prepared the kits r^ ru Z' ,ra,n Ca,rylnB ,hr ' hew bow W mmh : rUe ,0 you und fil vou " ,, m '"h we appreciate this kinti racruits" The e , K b ^' 8 in rhnr *" " f ullK T, h '' Montana hoys are en 'v ashington. D. C BATTLESHIP ARKANSAS Writes to City Clerk Charles H. Treacy That "She is a Good Place to Live." ™ ». her" Butte boy. of |jf e ,*! *' ll ' kno *n Arkansas. Sullivan «mi ! î ,a,,lMhi l' x; E-âISââ'HÆ Just a couple of ii n e„ tn . , know that 1 Hm atm . ,et >ou «ha« 1 am gettiÔv , and •ianly. I suppose you f mows^T "T *™? wi,hPl ha««leship Arkansas VdonT'î ' ,la when we will n t <> a n 1 know a trip across;' a fellow"^ make where he will g„ n h * <ion « know navy, but she Ts J in ' h " We have lots of so Hood place, liberty ,o .X- neT and 10,8 W 2 old bunch an.i tTh' 1 'tm J," an<l lbe along fine Ite am «"«"•>« *»"1» to Hilly Mal d 2* lv<! «ny re »*'• and Kd ««-Don forget to ten them ,h tt , ll"", <i0n ' t •kood time serving Uncle OLDSMOBILE 4 " BI) ttemotor truckco. 422 HopWSt Pkonr 909 BRISCOE The car with half milfion-dollar motor. PATTERSONj SIX. Briscoe Motor Company, Second and Phone 525. B BED CROSS UNIT IS OPENED IN BOTTEj Work to Be Done in Masonic Temple by Relatives of the Masons. A new Red Cross unit has been opened in Rutte. the headquarters to in the Masonic temple. Wires, mothers, sisters, daughters and sweet hearts of Master Masons are requested «U visit lhe working rooms or the new m-tlcr. I,ringing their thimbles and issors With them. The rooms will each r?, ' oV,ock ,,mil 6 o-'oek holldaya «'•■•ntlng Sundays and Mrs. Rimer Snaveiy will be super isot of the work and Mrs. C. K. Hush I assistant supervisor. Monitors o U ws mee M nKS ," e * t " a - k " he as fol Mrs „ M H n '' ay ' Z* '■ P ,,rint< "' and M<,rf lman ; Tuesday. Mrs. Ä Mr, M T T m r r r,h; ttr up r ~ y - cer ^m? " Un " Mra Sol Qensber H T Tv.f „ Mr " K Sweiffel and Mrs Kni. W i . Rht: Saturday. Mrs. o w Knlpe and Mrs. K. A. Farnham. Safe Remedy for Children. Every parent is. or should be care Ch "rr* o' lnK "'"Keine to children has. Baker. Hrownsville, Tex writes For some years nua» T . write«. to my friends ù . «Æ nJ , '* children a. It contain, no opm,^ ^ wife would not thtnv , My other kind of cough mem ■ * * ny a . <ougn medicine aa it <■ Itaf- It qUlCk and re c^-Adv. 1 '" 0 " 8 croui> K nr. e . SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST BOZEMA ENTEH TRli i Montana School is One of 9 Whose Young Men Are to Be Favored. 1Ï.-TI The Poet's Washington Pureau Washington, D. '• ( ' ct • Montana College Agriculture lotted six appointments at the next J ficer's "training camp' Anicr ' Lake, Washington. The Montana College uf ArrlfUl«' at Bozeman is one <»f colle',' ,! ' * universities in the nation whose • dents arc to be allowed J? _ the third training camp ( ' iv ' . a class are now barred from camps, the admission being °P e r to men now in the national guar ^ ular army or national army intended ifrimarily for the enlisted men, the new camp open to 2,400 college men. The rate of pay for these cab in the third training camp mi per month. Their enlistment for the period of the war and tne. he carried on "detached sen ice in« the course at the training^* 1 The applicants take the phy** ra amination at their own expena** mitting with their applications medical examination certificate*« affidavits of three citiaens NOTICE, T. 0 E The Fogles' Social dub will ■ the eeaaon dance» SaturdaJ " Oct. 13. All Easi«*- «nd ,he .. friend» are eordWir f»' 1 «« 1 10 " (Signe d) pqyjTf. KING , W. THE BOTAL ®ïPEWai TI for long service. „ royai. typewriter AOHN* 202 North Main.