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WORCESTER CORSETS ^ Sack Jface or t T^HE diversity of styles makes it easily pos sible to fit every figure. Oxer 100 models for the slender, average, medium, short, tall, stout, large front thighs, full bust. You are one of these types ! Koval oreester FI i : ■* result of -ci entifie Pari-an oesipine. and PER.ABILITY the result f cr.a:itv materials •k-r.aif Mtxlel 571—*• c-rr'.- exceii-r.t oontrei for the full figure. Frerrively mhjces s'.nerfuous f.esh. White o- til. Price 82. Otr - r odels tor alt - - - - . - 5 - . « "* JJ- J « Î Y OLR DEALER rta c~■■ IrXst upon i penuin*-ROY 4L WORCESTER.- I f I. rt ■ V Y~C\ •. ... • '~s Accept no fubstitute*. V 1 %di lfoœter Corset & JfoceslttN læ&A Uasoi BonTonJW^WslTdndAjjitsto (oreh t. - -■ 1/ r SOLDIER GIVES LIFE TO SAVEJ'EÄNUT MAN l>\me of New York a »oldier fn kiwi IN» • - • a resuli of giving h;s **:..^w* * TO THE PUBLIC The horseshoeing shops of Butte and vicinity, which nave been closed several days pending negotiations be tween the master horseshoers and the journeymen horseshoers over a question of wages, will reopen for business Thursday morning. Oct. 25. The master horseshoers are prepared to do their own work and to give service to their patrons. The journeymen horseshoers presented demands for $1 per day increase in wages. As the established wage is $6 per day, the demand, if granted, would make a $7 per day wage. This demand is excessive and unfair to the public, as well as the master horseshoers. In a spirit of conciliation the master horseshoers made a counter offer of a 50-cent advance, making the wage $6.50. The journeymen rejected this offer. Thereupon the counter proposal of a 50-cent advance has been withdrawn by the masters. Wages for horse shoers in Butte are $6 per day, and will remain at »hi* figure until further notice from the master horseshoers. SILVER BOW EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BUTTE D AILY POST LIBERTY DAY SPECIAL TO GREGSON SPRINGS Anaconda 9 ; The B A A P R> Will run spr ai train Wednesday. Oct ?t. lea- - g Butte " 45 p. m : return;»*. Isew m Greg «or 1 l 40 p rr. PAVING WOflK TO ! STOP FOR WINTER City Engineer Fears Cold Weather —Making Exten sive Plans for 1918. ! No attempt will tv n )ux»ng in Butte un: cord id«; to City Kne . « er conditions arc thro c:t> engineer doesn't ■ r-.sk of having the d j torn up during the v It was thought th.-.t Park street might « the cold weather 1 fervnee with the cine it was de* the werk this > Mr Kllvs is now mg i Ians for n* \t miles of ornamental for miles of paved no. reed from the at an early date Th- idea of us. block» oil Park s: a bitulithlc coven» n ou need a success rr\t 'ear not one * ill • m . !r. } REV. HUOTLOfF IG 1 ELECTED PRESIDENT E çht Young Ministers to Give Sacred Concept Friday Evening. th-.s the rar. ! ?f returned . Rev. M P. Hudtl re-elected preside: v reference i f the church at the sess pell last week He 'heme yesterday. Thi • *r officers of the conference ar« Y . i-reeident Rev H T. Rauh of ! :-s treasurer* Rt' K Zieller of Kal.s; • secretary. Re'« O Heilman of H« Y • .» Rev. FT. W.iShsmuth vai seieiuc -s editor if • Lutheran Watchman • i R» Mr Hudtloff wa» re-elc •• l- < ms< manager. A most interest.re - ert is an nounced by Rev. Hudtloff at his church ne\t Friday night. It will l«e gi'tn the Jubilee octet, eich: >o ng Luth ' n ministers under th*- leadership of Re' Paul K. Meyer of law Mown. The proceeds of the concert v go to the hurxh extension roovemei : The i r* gram follows: Introductory remarks K« .. M I*. Ifodtloff "Sine Alleluia Kor 1 i k». o* t»*t Savior Comfort M• «Parks», octet Instrumental aolc Hex P. K. Meyer Address by Row 1 . MerU "Inst as Î Am7#'arknt. octet. 'The City of RootV.tParks), duet by Pehnke and Rchlfing Jesus Calls l.'s" (Jude), octet Recitation. P.ev C A. iiehnke "Behold the Day Come (Hosmeri. 'Dead Kindly Light'* (BuckL God Is Love'* (Spence 1 , octet Ftereorticon le* ture by Rev. A. Jor dan. "Grant T's Th; Peace*' (Nevln), "O Be Joy ful in the Lord" (Nevln). octet A Mighty Fortress.** by the audl ALBANIAN LEADER TO JOIN GREEK ARMY A ES SAL Pasha 1 Here i* Ksad Pacha. leader of the Albanian trwopo, vnarped at the head quarters of General Ha rail during confer*r « e » .th the allied commander He will j robably )oin the Oreek army for a grand dn.e into Bulgaria MO JOKI. •Til wed a pretty far*." «aitl pell **Then use great rare.- said old ma Hoff *** r ° f - while a few of them wear well, Yoall find that me«« of them war off." I * W ;vHb stXy -d||c m ii ' il» n ' ira ! ! L .li 11 Mi ill* mi I « -------.Ij'vXt .. «ft** Society Brand models lead in exclusive r.ess. They do not feature fads or ex tremes which cannot he worn by the man of seventy or the young man of twenty. S TYLE and bbape arc mil prcwifd into. Society Sr anti Uottm. Thev art- tailored Into them It I* this wonaMMuhip »hit holds the original shapeliness and style for the life of the garment and marks a Society Brand Suit or Overcoat No garment is a genuine Society Brand model unless the inside pocket bears the label. Go to "Style Head quarters — the store that sells Society Brand Clothes. curd will Urin« you »»ur Fall lanhion Meuk. m i T^HE'new models of Society Brand Overcoats are here. Come in. You'll see a number of new and distinc tive fabrics and styles by the country's foremost designers. STYI.E HEAIHB AKTERS 125 North Main St. j Si\LK HEADQUARTERS — THB STORE THAT SELLS SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES SCHUMANN-HEINK TO BE RED CROSS NURSE •r.ica Ku . Oct 24. Ma, lame K, hu-! mann-Ileink I. to become a Red Uroaa nurse and «ill l..«\e this country May 1 1 for Fram e to take up her (lu „ w i there In that capacity or in any other in which she tan be of u,e to the allies rile famous prima donna Rave notice here the other nipht of her cancelling all engagements after May 1. .hi! r ' Vt n ° more convorts after that t,me except," .he said amillnit *° Amen an soldier boys i n Absolutely No thing Better than Cuticura for Baby sTenderSkin a °*Y 2 * c - QjRtwsiaMlM. DISCOVERER OF GARDEN OF GODS PASSES AWAY Colorado Springs. Colo., Oct. 24 — Melanrthon Snyre Reach, who, with Ids partner. Rufus Cable of Denver, dis covered the Harden of the «iode, died here, aged S3 years, lie came to Colo rado in I&68, and was one of the com pany that formed the original townsttc company of Colorado City, now Colo rado Springs. At one time Mr. Reach own. ,1 the now famous Mnnltou Springs, which he sold many years ago for 1*00 He was u member of Colorado's hrst leg islature M£AN BBUTEI "K« ery married man has a whole k* to bs thankful fun If hs would only Sdmlt It." said Mrs. Oabb. -Y«»," agreed Mr. Oabb. "Hs should 1**» thankful Ujat ha Isn't a Mormon. 1 * Subscribs far the Butts Daily Esst. fob WOMAN IS FINED FEEDING DOGS Loiulon. Oft. »ajk otherwise (han F'> r llunW ' jt Caroline Ftlff was fn" 1 * , She had .4 dors and .*■ * food Inspector that bread and mllK f° r 1,1,11 of bread and biscuit* for dinner, and \" k I tea. and bread am She lived alone pounds of br«id MOTHER'S ron Eowtaat «PPUKD "