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MAIN ff GALENA ( |ÇVL.*W,M«CUR\ .W.PARK 3VUTH MAIN A Message From Mr. Hoover My Countrywomen : usk your help. The President has laid upon me and lias asktd me In a ssii me K re« t responsibility in I lie ronservation of tin- food iipplic-, ..I our Ieotllliry. It would be UII unbearable burden lint for two reasons. One is Unit I nm sure every loyal American will ut Ibis lime uinlerlaUe uoliesilaliiiKb and whole beartedly whatever service is mpiin d ol him The other reason is the American woman. I believe I have only to make you understand the food needs of Ibis nation, of the allies, and <d (lie entire world in order lo enlist your immediate and li« .,i l.\ .uppoi I The first duty of every woman is, of course, to the members of her family. They inusl have all the food they require to keep them m ^ood lien I III and capable of performing efficiently lluir dail> task liiformalion for lier Ktiidnuec «S lo the food needs of th«* average Limit* will In- put mi I lie bauds of every woman. In confidence I turn lo you and ask llial you o eouduet venir affairs, and so influence the activities of your community. Ilia! wr ma\ I n ■. Iv .pay for the war as we go along, out of our savin« in food and in human production. With deep gratitude for the earnest support alreadv Riven n e. I am Faithfully yours, I (Signed.)__Ml ltm.ItT IIOOVI H. Low Price* for Lutey* A pple Fe«tival Irrmemlous interest was shown in the apple festival by Hie large nuinber of orders placed yesterday. Today I In* sale slinuld prove even more popu lar. The splendid assortment, the high quality. Hie low prices, will mu <•!> appeal to all and place a box of >our favorite apples within * •* 1 1 lion* . YOI WONT FI NO ANY 01 < \YK0 SPOTS, WOftM HOI.IS OK OTIHK IMPERFECTION*. YES, UKVI. Jt ICY, TK.'iDKK, MEATY. McIntosh T he appetite need * rave no longer. The famous McIntosh Ih here jilHt ! as roay iin«l lunrioun an ever. Fini* textile and Jilley. T'lieae are priced i low for this harvest festival. Ilox I at .................. $1.65 JONATHANS Another favorite eating apple lie Hired for rooking in many home». i Ivsjx-* ially pleasing for every nc I * a iop These are the extra fancy | variety. Extra heavy |»;u*k. Rox at ............. $2 25 WEALTHIES Kent of the early varieties, with the eomldned goodness for eating ! or eooking alike. These are Hie wrapped and tiered varieties; 200 a » i < l 1 hs si/»* Box . . . $1.45 WEALTHIES. Faced and tilled pack, tfooii bucket sise, just right for the children. A decided bargain, box .........$1.10 Fuhhagc Large, solid, green, crisp heads; a good bargain. 10 lbs. 25c SNOW APPLES. Nature's upph* gift f< » t eating, snow-white meat', juicy, delicious. Their goodness is unexcelled for eating. These, too, urn priced <-x tremely low. box $1.50 BELLEFLEURS. (?alifornia's liriest apples, huge, golden, line eating, good • ooking quality; splendid linking variety, box . $190 MAIDEN BLUSH Large, yellow apple with a crimson cheek; heautiful to look at; splen did cooking variety. Ilox.. $1.40 NORTHWEST GREENING A large pale green apple. Just the six« for baking Splendid for every t»aking need, latrge boxes f**r $1 35 ALEXANDER AND WOLF RIVER Heautiful red apples: large, meaty fellows, very désira t>le for apple puddings, turnovers, sauce or pies. R«*x $1.65 (Turrets and Rutabagas Fresh and fine, another good bargain, 12 lbs for 25c ONE WAY TO SAVE FATS You can serve raisin bread without butter. It is the only bread that is good that way. The raisins serve - like the butter fais to make tlu* bread easy to masticate. Save fats, use raisins, 25-pound box Sunmaid raisins for $2.90; two packages, special .................... • .................25c Concord Grapes Choice of the east ern grape vineyards, fresh and pleasing Rest for Juiee and jelly; heavy packed baskets. 45c Pork and Remis With tomato sauce, ready baked, largest cans. special. 2 for............... &6c Each ...................... 30c Tomatoes Finest solid Utah pack, No. 2 aise. special, do/.......$1.50 2 cans ....................... 200 Tomato Catsup—Pure, flavory, well spiced catsup, good value, bottle 25c Pure Oatmeal For porridge, takes, bread and cookies; tt-lb. bag, spe cial at 65c Stewing Figs White or black Splendid, healthful dessert, special 3 lbs............ 40c Fancy Salmon -Considered Colum lila liver's favorite salmon; rich and fine flavored, 3 20c cans. . 5Cc Rice Sale Finest head quality, 25 lb. lot, special................$2.25 10 lbs................ /.96o 4 lbs.........................40c 2 lbs................. 20c Cocoa — Hershey's fine drinking quality, 50c lb can .........40c Sugar Deal 20 lbs sugar $1.50 With $1'» order oilier groceries It'll PAY YOI! To Sec "PAY ME" NOW SHOWING MISSION 25c iLDREN 10c . KREMER MAKES PATRIOTIC TALKBEFOREBUTTEADCLUBi Attorney Pays Deserved Tribute to Worth Of the Educational Advertising Campaign Conducted Throughout the Country and Traces the History of Patriotic Advertising to the Days of Paul Rivere's Ride. References to Historical Events of the Nation Cheered. Fduc.i t i < 111 : 1 1 patriot it Rotte Nil • loh here or Hu* cIiimm c<| Mr. I Mr Kiemei tisirig men ot did work will present till). <lu lined ilia advertising was ' An* moHl iitHpir id in f lutte de luneli'-oo of t tie I Ini'm . life to ner. Following ted h. « lo.|Uen« e, I j 1 > lire and Hie « re.I 1.1 Hie la .rated the bill h through the I e ad eriisingl ritioning what I I. N II Hell- ( I« of !>a«eH of lv.*rtising me- I < onmi« i ' ill in, very ! diurilH of I lie « omit firms. Huggesting v. hat might done, In* rneutlone.l t f. which should lie plnearded I available space in Hie I ' ni » • I States instil ncing : Decatur's words; M\ «country may she be ever right, but right o wrong, my eountry." Patriek Henry 's immortal : avlng "(jive me liberty or give me death." "Caesar had Ins Rrutus; «'bar les 1 his Cromwell; «borge III bis Wash Wilhelm li i h Wll- j i the morning at what a glorious Is of l«'iwren<e: ington and Kn V^ords used Bunker Hill; morning tfiis Is' The «lying \ "Don't give up the «hip." Lincoln at (jetty sf/urg "Govern« merit <»f the people, l*ir Hu* people and by the people." Denounces Slackers. lie p red I «ted Hmt the services of the advertising men of the country, at the close, would be emblazoned in the roil of farm* with the n-irm-s of the men who were shed«ling their blood in Eu ropean tren« lies for the sa« red « anse of liberty. lie scathingly d«*nounced the «darker* and predicated that they would scatter before the winds «*l pa Our tdv(rtli*Mn*< il«tn « lier t ut "Th* Peet." liberty; it Mouml spot; It ark and civilisation, be i return t«* l* •#f ( 'hrlHthuilty Ile «I« noun« < gave instance munit y now t ; slim territory , t known la. t re fight for Hi loll of let of Hu* <.f t ho H rit a I I I ( I • ■its " He v ill I... I I Mull lirait". . • r ■ *1 hoped that « I oiled Httttos v. 'ri on its front pa; • had ende«l mid il. ! ! luil v in >' poem j ij«*I war t.-s s«il iv.ii be- i Gillis Presides. President ft .1 l.' ii k«*y «.| '•«■H introdm « <J .Malcolm lin'«'man «>f Hi«* . i»** mi -«,« i. pressed his privilege i nes» men of tb** «'ornrnunit y and <-it.*>eris In gem r.«. >r ib- «-nerous sporse t«j the ..ill i »/• th purchasi Liberty loan bond . Mr «jilPs «.I the pleasure ; opporurilty every citizen t«» inn h.m- Liberty loan bonds. He fntrodu« .*<1 Mr. Krerner. who was enthusiasti< ally received. i-'ollowing Mr Krerner's ».ilk there were brief remarks l»y A I. Matter, Rev c. A. Rexroa.L Mr. Smith «»f the Anaconda Stamlanl M.t!»* Davis. A W. Kemper and others. \ letter was read from Garfi.-bi Tonkin, now with the officer»' tr.iiriitig amp urging support of tin* ; ijr. h-i.se f Liberty loaxi li«>nds. A vote of thanks was given Secre tary JO. M. Taylor and 1 1»«* entertain ment committee fm the splendid pro« gram. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST ■ne«l th«* >rts arul ,j| 1H c ,on *• i.o -i ... , ,i... t* arul given UNDERTAKERS. MII.IJ.M llu fum-rul of the Isle Vic tor M Miller will Is held ut the home, U'JH South \ri/.ona street, tomorrow morning st it o'clock mid will proceed to (St. Joseph*« church, where mass will be »„Ml. ,I tomorrow ..vcnlnit to Cleveland, '"'k";;". 1 wif , uf ,.„ lrkk i'-iiiiv, ,i,..,i u„ ,.«»1 at th. home, 605 Caledonia xtred, ut which plat* funeral will he lu ld on Friday morn mg at an hour whi>h will he announced later. Interment in Holy Lion ceme tery. ( UOWLFIY I'atrick Crowley «li*«l Ibis morning, aged 3d years Funeral will Is- held ut the residence of bin brother. John Crowley, 3IIV6 West Hark street, on Friday morning ut an hour whirh will h«- uiiiioun.ed later. lutrr meiit in Holy C.r«» cemetery. I.I'NRGHFN The funeral «»f the late Ah x l.undgreii will Ik* held at the Daniel*. & liilhoa funeral chapel toinot row afternoon ut *2 o'clock Interment in Mountain View eremetery. RK RAI LI The funeral of William, • on ol Mr and Mr I)« l^.oli will he jh.-ld at the holin', .303 South Main alley, (tomorrow afternoon at 2 oVIork lol i ! meut in the Catholie «•«•metery DANIELS & BILBOA rnifertakers and Kmhntrnera Automobile and Carriage Kqoiprnent ! l'hone 3R8 125 Last l*ark Street It .aide nee Rhone 5822-J Office Always Ope«__ LARROIU MO \ private funeral was held this W«*«lncsday > afternoon at the family home, 707 East Mercury street, at .3 oYlyck l«.r Ivrnisllene Mil dred. the 5 yea i «»l«l liehivc «I «laughter of Mrs. \melia (iaiborenio, Rev Dr (iroeneveld officiating. DAWSON Th« funeral «»1 Fih-aiiof Francis, the 9 m«»nth-ol«l la-loved daughter «» f Mr and Mrs. I. (. Daw ■'on. was lu-ld this < Wednesituy » after boon at the family home, 11.3.3 Delaware avenue, at l o'clock. IMtlC HARD Mrs. Margaret Prichard, aged 77 years, died last night at the home of her «laughter. Mrs. F N Da The remains will be taken l«i Ringham. t tab, toinorrow evening, where interment will lx- made. SAM R. WHITE Fiatnl Director ud »N 129 luiitY M«tn ItrMt Rhone 311. Rc-sidenoe Rhone G70 JOSEPH RICHARDS. footral Director» and Rmbaltaan f^arrtngtnn Richards l'r«a. »nd M»» 15-19 8. Montana Str»«t. Phone 307 M. J. WALSH CO. Fanerai Directors and Einbalmrr«. Sen Location If7-399 Waal Park Ktraot Automobile Equipmen 4 Phone 85. GENUINE LINOLEUMS Many so-called "linoleums" are only felt and tar, made to sell at prices that will inveigle the "un educated" into purchasing Such linoleums do not, can not wear and the money spent is actually money lost. OI K IJNOLKI'MS THK OBST INE ('ORK PROIHTT When w« sell you a piece of lino leum it is the best quality in its grade. It has a cork foundation, the kind that will last and £ive the expected wear. (f you live out of Butte order Its mail. We pay freight charge*. v/ Our New Print Linoleums Late Effects Our best cork foundation, with designs tnarntled in color6 that are both lit;ht and dark designs large and small Enamel finishes in proper effects for white kitchens and bathrooms, !*er square yard, laid on floor 8f><\ !ff)C an( ' $ 1.00 New Inlaid - Linoleums Late Tile Patterns f-'eel assured when buying our inlaids that you are getting the genuine products patterns all through Large arid small tile effects (flues tans terra cotta greens many new color combinations l*er square yard, laid on floor ÿ | .ür», $ I .7."» "«"I $12.00 WE MAKE NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR LAYING Many home-furnishing establishments quote you a price for linoleum and then charge 10c extra for laying. Our prices mean laid and cared for on your floor. Japanese Art Rugs These *er> attractive washable rugs are good for bedrooms and being rooms. Handsomely blended colors, (irmly *»o*en and with bright stenciled borders on each end, in harmonizing shades. Hugs are re\ersible, showing a different design border on each 'ide, and are perfectly washable. Artcratt Washable Rugs 95c $1.35 $2.25 $2.75 $ 6.00 $9.50 $13.50 Size 2 lx.tb inches, price . . Size 21x18 inches, price . . Size 30x60 inches, price Size 36x36 inches, price Size 1:6x7:6, price Size 6x9 feet, price Size 8x10 feet, price P # CARre?ca AN TY 48 to 54 WEST PARK UNDERTAKERS SHERMAN & REED Undertaker« and Fmba'.mera ■ •bile an«3 Ctrrlac« E»aipa«a ltl-135 Ka»t Broadway Phone« 57 and M RODGfcltS Tht fuixrrjl of the lat« Frank P. Bodged will take place at the family residence, 515 Wevt Daly street - Walkers»He . tf*n*orr«zw (Thurs day morning at 9 o'clock, proceeding to the St Laar- e v . rch. wrierc >r «j » will be celebrated at 9:30 Interment in the Catholic cemetery McFADDLN The remain» of the late John McFadden, aged 70 year*, arc at Duggan's undertaking partora FuneraJ annourKcmcnt later LARRY DUGGAN Vfiiakle r**der»aker and Embalm* m North Main Scr^ _ B»n rhomm 77# _ PATRICK CROWLEY DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS Patrick Cre»i*j who came to Montana t*c year» xfo from New Ztatond and wfco had . wen in Crest Fail* for a reark ni weefc* re cestir. died at 4 :M o'clock thu aoniaf at a ? local bee pit* «u W rear» ol aae atsJ •u bom in I re.and. Th* fanerai will be heic 'Frida* mom in* from the reaide nc* of John | 1 Crowley. Sll 1 ^ W«at Park rtn-et The w viviaf relatives indede ku gwvtiU Mr and Mn Tim Croerley. In County Kerry. Ireland . three brother*. Den Tim and Mike and a sis ter. I^efia. In Ireland a brother. William. Ne* York ; a outer. Mrs. Mary Loafhlin. New York, and two brethua. John and C. ' in Bute. | PURE FOOD GROCERIES at lowest prices is increas ing our business at a rate that is making the Econ omy the most-talked-of store in Butte. THIS IS THE FLA« E TO SAVE Table Syrup —No. 18 Ih jacket -able svmp whole $1.60 Macaroni. Vermicelli and S^iaghelti—Ir 7-!b box: wholesale . 85c xzrghum— No. 10 pound can best sorghum: whole $1.35 Molasse-» —2-gai!on jacket best molasses : wholesale. only...... $1.80 Bran—Sa.c ol best g-ade bran: wholesale. $2.40 Sugar— 2ô-pound sa.k of cane sugar for $2.25 Crackers—Half of a large box fresh soda crackers for $1.30 Cookie»— AU 15c package cookies except oatmeal or graham for pkg IOC 2 PHONES, 1130 and 1131 Economy Wholesale Grocery Company ftak Ave.