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tising Hutes on Appli cation. THE BUTTE DAILY POST ANACONDA BUREAU Office 203 Main St. Hell 63 Herbert-Goris Case is Still on Trial-Others Are Postponed. Anaconda, Oct. 27. - court, which has beer damage case of John against Charles Goris, noon today until Monday. Three nesses had been heard fj/r the plainant. The following The district hearing the! Herbert. Jr., • ivi », adjourned at Thrpp wit - ontinued: Tom Harris versus Ada A. Hudson, to Oct. 30 at 9:30 a. ni. R. K. Delaney versus the Montana Reliance Mining company, to Oct. 30. Margaret Keenan versus the city of Anaconda, a very important case, to Oct. 31. Ed J. Henroid versus J. W. Stack, to Nov. 1. Toy Regan versus John J. Regan, to Nov. 1. W. W. West versus Clifton, Apple gate and Toole, to Nov. 1. SENDS TWO MONSTER SPUDS TO OLD DOME Wants His Father to Know What Anaconda Can Do in Growing Potatoes. Anaeonda. Oct. 27—The father of Joe Clure often spoke of the good old Michigan potatoes" during Joe's boy da Joe Clure turned the talk, and sent by panels post two spuds that bore the inscrip our backyard at Ana Those two spuds bal s at exactly five pounds, vo and a quarter pounds ne two and three-qukr them, but when that tees what Anaconda can of growing Murphies will be worth ho has little From picking 'raised conda. Mont." fi need one weighing t and the other < ter pounds. i thing to send Michigan Dad do in tlie win on Joe thinks tha he cost, particular! civet money that « he winner of the I. ! COLORED BOYS ARE READY FOR THE WAR A n: I -... colored eon tltlKont whirl, leave, here tomorrow i rrmrninq „„ the paper trait, en route! for ramp I .eu is, American Lake, | 'V ash., report,.,I this afternoon to the, exemption board and all men....... wen, certified as heinw in exeellent vomli-l Imn. Their names are Thomas iv I Waite. Klein Kills. \v is in ( liante of the I , ttml Henry Williams, Jesse Mat field, nnoi the colored contingent is In noise and n n »nnell, w] •sse St ok the dirt ANACONDA BRIEFS Br< gilt er eid delivery wagoi fl* •• desk, showcases, prices Phone 290-W Adv. A handsome little «tau Wednesday of this we Mrs. William Hoskins *tr«»et at St Ann's hospital. Charles I.indblatl, who cam X^owell, Wash, to attend the tif his brother. Claus Lindblad. r home last evening. Wanted—Bovs to earn- paper c p Sheriff L. L. Hartnell has'bee fined t«* his .i.iiar! m<*ntw i., J ember of . ihis city. ; ■nm there I Mr. funeral pturned attack of rh<* for ■d froi oral days. John R. M Camp Loui charge from the United States army. L. I» MeCaughey. who spent the summer visiting in Brooklyn. N v has returned I«. An;........ Tom and Jerry at the '•Office" \dv Miss Margaret MeHalo is visiting her brother. Richard, at Roundup Verberekmiiea. optometrist—Adv. SPLENDID SHOWING. " r Hie most remarkable show ings made in the present l.lherty loan bonds I.impaifftt is attributed to th. freight office of the tlreat North« where fi\rnembr serib«*«! $1,250. j B. A. & P. RY. Time Table l< AIN'S— • • • • Anaconda .«• .1 xa t oo t.l» Arriva Butta ....S «0 13 X» 4.09 7:1« TRAINS— I • t f Leava Butt* ... »10 : .00 $ 00 U U Ar Ann. r>Ti A « lop) 3 00 «00 Dio , „ ......; •f the stalf suli —_ *G j BULBS at the Anaconda Florist We 71 im to Pfca&e ; I i j j I j ! j j LIES TO GIVE THU Elaborate Preparations for the Masquerade Ball—Soldiers to Be Guests. Anaconda le Montai Oct.* 27.— This evening at hotel the youns ladles Of ihe city will give their annual Halloween masquerade hall Th ,. y i have made elaborate preparations for « and the rieeorn.lo,,« will l,e o'-* « iiutuc t-iiiuuiaie |ii«?|iiiriumn« 1111 • the event and the decorations will be U'hirit nnH trlmellt- u-Uh It i ir >iln..L* I - j weird and ghostly, with big, bla« vitches sailing across the ceiling. bla« t I cats perched on the mantels and gréa' ; yellow jack o' lanterns staring down or the dancers, J The dressmakers and designers have been busy for weeks on the costumes Genuine apple cider will l»e served in. stead of the usual punch | from Camp Anacond Soldiers ill he guests, and the young folks anticipate a glori ous good time. B. A. & P. RAILWAY TO USE MILWAUKEE PASSENGER STATION - I Commencing Thursday. Nov. 1. 1917, all Hutte, Anaconda and Pacific com- Lf pany's passenger trains will arrive at | ill depart from the new Milwauk issenger Station on South Montana reet, Butte. The last train for Ana uula will leave Butte daily at 9:45 m.. instead, of 11:30 p m . as at pres CITISKMES T Remarkable Showing Made by Anaconda in Liberty Loan Bond Purchases. Ana« ida. th »day not. 27.-At a late hour a unofficially announced Ja's purchase of Liberty h.an bonds would reach the grand total of $1.300,000, three times the alloted quota. This is very satisfactory news to the people of the city and is n guarantee of the patriotism of the cit izens of this community. The result of the campaign is due in *i large measure to the generous contributions of societies of alien citi zens, that have shown tWir devotion to l ncle Sam in a most substantial COMPLETE WORK OF PAVING THIRD STREET j ;,f old Anaconda. Oct. 27.—The work of paving Third street was completed on Thursday night, and that night the snowstorm caftie. City Engineer W. b. Vestal and the contractors. Betts & Ulnshtint. are therefore In a very happy frame of mind and are «lad that they used every precaution to rush the work, notwithstanding the many ob that confronted them during t Do GERMAN U-BOAT HIDES BEHIND SWEDISH SHIP Thus Hidden, Submarine Lay in Wait for Amer ican Steamer. or ham we in lic; an«! of and th«* story Swedisii sailing while told looking for ship enginec Oet. 27.—T 9 submarine essel to hide behind to sink was here today n American Th.* officer said that while 15 miles off Gibraltar u Swedish ship tacked across his steamer's bows, expecting the American to go a.sh«>re. But, in stead. the captain ordered full speed and crossed the bows <*f the Swede. "As we passed close l»y the Swede's bowsprit," writes but rammed a G< j hud bet on is , all « submarine that ! „ , siting, with guns on deck. I all ready to sink us as we went past >s ihe slern the sailing ship. Imme- i iliatcly we begun t«» zigzag, os the sub- j j »narine subm«n*ged. and wirelessed the ! authorities. But they were slow to ! x respond and did not get the subrna- I rine. But they towed the Swede into I P«jrt next day. I have not yet heard what they did to her." HIS STANDARD DIET. "Does ih«* food question bother you much, old man?" No; they haven't started beanless ul Owners Swamp Building In spector's Office for Per mits During Week. of the •<i i/ropertj few office their ho building inspc «tuest» to make before real winter sets in. As a re sult. at least a score and a half such permits -were issued during the past week, most of which roofs. While u Uhile no l per ™ U '"T*. ' vere a number for small house, snd bungalows. Sum Commons was Biven " |, " r " ,it construct a hung low <'"Sting *1.500 at 1030 OranU has fl od * • with rc of j j • ow 0 I StfCet. Attorney D five-room aj Lf Silver and | l( . ready fur « The Northwestern Bottling com pany will erect an addition to the plant at 320 South Montana street at a cost of $2,500. A. C. Bennett will construct a bungalow costing $1.900 at 2011 Flor ida street. A permit was granted to the United States army for the construction of a kitchen for the soldiers encamped here. The kitchen will I>e erected on the site adjoining the School «if Mines building. I I ATTORNEY MALLOY IS BUILDING APARTMENTS n Malloy n t nient. s Clark strr Jcupa i building two t the corner ts. They will i Jan. 1. Wel lington Smith is the ar The apartments will be among the most modern in tin* city, containing built-in features and hot water heat nts. The exterior will be «»f tapestry brick, with a large n th*? fnmt. The building will fo-story one and, when corn will c«*st $10,000. There will be hardwood floors throughout and in every way the apartments will be most select. ing plu Helena pleted, visit daly' family Mrs. Hugh McManus of this city, who lias been visiting for the past couple , ;,f ttmnlhs tn Southern California, hud j trip. Mrs. McManus reports that the Daly family is very prosperous in Cali fornia, but always inquiring Abolit the old friends in Butte. j I i j I at WHEATLESS OATS FOB MONTANA ARE FORECAST Chairman Love of Hotel Com mittee Asked to Set Aside Wednesday. (Continued From Tage One.) or pork. This last includes bacon, ham and ail pork products. "Also, Mr. Hoover has asked that we have a wheat less day Wednesday, in which wheat, as far as it is pnic ticable, shall not be served to the pub lic; in its place we will servo rye, bran, gruhum, corn und other breads, an«! instead of pies and cakes we should serve rice, farina and puddings of such kinds, and water ices. ' Service of candy should be entirely eliminated in hotels and restaurants, and the service «>f sugar cut down t«> th«* actual needs of th«* patrons. "Latest news w'ith reference to the food problem of our allies is extremely ■rions. While they are not in any ay near the critical condition that Germany is in. the fact is that they innot feed themselves and that we are th«* only people who can feed them. Feed them we must—and the word 'must' should be written in large type. \ «»u will realize that the word 'must' ! has not been used in this propaganda from Washington up this time, but I J think we can all read th«* 'handwriting 1 on th«* wall' in the president's decr«*e • that all food purveyors will be put un- I d«*r license. Up to date 1 have f«»und I this from the hotel and restaurant nn-n's point «>f \ lew. and I believe I can hold «»ut t«> the <*nd if I am backed up properly. But if we do not all get tog«*ther and show that wo are fully alive t«» th«> situation and willing to g«» through with it t«> the last ditch, ther«» is no doubt that we will be put under the licensing system by the govern ment and we all must know what that means , "There is no such word as 'can't' in « this campaign, an«l it is as important ! t«» live up to what we have been asked ; I to do by'the food administration as it >s to buy a Liberty bond or to manu i facture munitions. in fact, at the j Present time, food conservation is ab ! »olutely the most important item of ! x government program " I I FOOTBALL RESULTS —lYtnceton 7, Camp I —Brown 7, Col At Princeton, N. Dix 0. Ai Providence, gute .G. At Ithaca, N. Y.—Cornell 2D. Iluck noli 0. ; At K""« on . Pa.—Muhlenberg 6. I-if ay I ette 0. i At Gettysburg, Pa—West Vir B i n la 60 Gettysburg 0. j -At Cleveland —( iberlin 13. Case 0. At Philadelphia—Pittsburg 14. Pennsvl j vu nia 6. I Ai Ayer. Mass. Camp Devens Depot Brigade 0, Harvard 0. COMPLIMENTARY. j Rhymer (with a nigh)—Yea my ! poem has been .returned by Scrtb bier's. Friend—Why don't you send it to j the Wuyuppc Magazine.' They print s«>me awfully rotten stuff—Boston j Transcript AMERICAN TROOPS HOLD A PLACE IN FRENCH TRENCHES (Continued from I'..ire One.) :ih a result the impn that there was consith i < ,r, ' fivity on this front i'. - there been for some time. Bringing the Guns in. It was soon aftei n I in the dark that 1 guns, hauled by Missouri mules, th« 1 drivers swathed in ponchos and with shrapnel helmets over their «•;. es. « ime upon the road besid« ............. There was a long lim j then came some infantry rolling kitch j ens gi.ving off food. I All passed in silence. The last gun I carriage had sprawled on it the form of a soldier who had been taken ill and who was being hel«l on by two of his walking comrades Through another street paved with cobbles and its sides lined with gaunt skeletons of shell-wrecked houses tine the sound of the tread •f many hob nailed boots and in the darkness the dim form of men could be seen march ing. ine «.ermuns were m depended on npproaetnnir The cautious flash of an eleetric pocket lamp disclose«! that they were American infantry, packs on their backs, rifles slung on their shoulders, rain glistening on their helmets and coats, the wind whipping the bottom of their coats around their leg« which were moving with ma< hino-like pre vision. With Proud Step. The Americans swung down the street apparently as proud as though on dress parade, notwithstanding that they had marched miles from the bil lets where they had been sin«'«* coming by motor trucks and railway, from the instruction centers. As the ranks passed, every now and then a soldier could be heard whistling softly to him self, his nearby # comrade.« silently to sentimental and pier«»«. Finally from the rear c whistled strain of a tune which ill! know and fr«>m many pla« es in ranks whistles and voices joined in. | The tune was "Tipperary." It lasted briefly, as an officer, turning, ordered, Stop that noise." . As the Germans were nearby, much | the seen*'! quietly. The troops turned a corner : and disappeared down an ink-black screened road. As a major standing there listened he lookeil « outinuously at an Illuminated watch dial. He I I The mpn from <»th«*r directions shonlfl now be entering the trench.-s. j have been standing here waiting t«»i hear if the Germans discover th«'i movement." ! J 1 • I I movement." In for a Straffe He paused. listened and then con tinued : "There is no tiring yet. although I exp«.*et.it, f«»r no «louht we are in for a 'straffe' if the 'Roche* knows we are going in." No "straffe" developed, although the Germans put ov«*r a few customary shells, hitting nothing. The troops entered the trenches safely, unit by unit, passing quickly to the places assigned them. Quiet ness was essential, hut the French welcome nonetheless was heard and it was enthusiastic. Warmly Welcomed. Every American was shaken by the hand ami some were hugged and even kissed on l»oth cheeks in the French custom. Some «if the French troops \v«*re those who helped to train the Americans. Tlie trenches were found t«> l»o muddy, hut nevertheless in u condition of excellent construction. Greetings being over, the Americans settled down and ut daylight, under low-hung dripping clouds, they got their first view «»f the German llm*#; stretching away in the rolling terrain. ; it has rained daily since and tlie troops now are covered with mud. of ficers say they are certain the Oer know the Americans are opposite them, but tin activity. On«* America scattered a n with shell fir«« !)«•( special battery observed and r« hing' enemy group Was hingt „ FINAL INSTRUCTION^ REGARD IT AS THE jarters that ' t 27.—Announce rul Pershing's head American troops were ,n ° * r ° nl lir »'' trenches in France marks th.* beginning ,,f the culminât mg phase «»f the training «»f the Amer ican war army. Neither Sc«*r«*tary Baker nor any war department offk iuls would com ment on tlio ra ws from abroad. It was plainly indicated, however, that the r, ' KH rded Simply as the final course Instruction and not the real .mmtiop of participation by the l tuted States troops in the war. The fact that a quiet sector of the french line has been selected for this final training work is evidence that Ihe actual American front will he lo cated elsewhere. It lias been the custom of the Brit ish army to harden their new units gradually to the shock of fire before making Hu m responsible for the hold ing of any portion of the front. The section in which the American infantry and artillery are at work is a finishing school for the military education of the men and particularly of the gun nels, and when a sufficiently seasoned force lias I,ecu developed, to take over a portion of the front GEN. SCOTT ARRIVES IN FRANCE; GOES TO FRONT Parla, Oct. 27~^j. Hugh L. ■Scott, former chief ,,f st af t of the Lnlted States army, ha» arrived in K ranee and gone to the front. After his retirem, chief of staff. Major last month as -»enerul Scott was made chief instruction officer of the new national army. He went to to study operations on the i front and on his return will se the intensive training of the 1 . j ! THEN 60,000 PR ISONERS KAISER KEEPING HIS GREATEST POLITICAL STAR STRICTLY DARK Wants to Use Him Only for the Conclusion of Peace. Copenhagen, Oct. 27.—The secret of Emperor William's unwilling ness to remove Dr. Michaelis at present, despite the chancellor's admitted loss of control of the po litical situation, is, according to an article in the Lokal Anzeiger, that the emperor, like a canny baseball manager, is saving his best politi cal star for the all-important serv ice at the conclusion of peace and thereafter and is reluctant to ex haust his statesman by putting him (Continued Prom Page One.) are pressing toward the Italian pla : n through the spurs of the Julian Alps. ITALIANS ADMIT SITUATION IS GRAVE j i j • ; j j Borne, Friday, Oct. 2« A semi-nf thejficial statement issued today says the | struggle on tlie Isonzo front is more than bitter and that its alternatives are undecided. The situation created . by the power of the enemy, says the | announcement, is "certainly grave." Having crossed the Italian boundary : line between Monte Canin and the head of ihe Judrio valley, the enemy is attempting to reach an opening in the plains, says today's official com I munication. I Th e Austro-German forces are mak ing strong attacks on the Carso front j They were repulsed by the Italians THE ASSOCIATED PRESS w SUMMARY OF THE SUDDEN DEVELOPMENTS IN SOUTH French successes on the Aisne and British successes in Flanders are off set f«»r the moment by the Austro Oermnn blow against the l«*ft wing «»f ih«' Italian f«»roe.s <>n the Isonzo. How ever. the latest Teuton effort has not Vt progressed far enough to he call« <1 dangerous to the future success «»f the allied arms. Von Mackensen in Command. General Cadornas men were over whelmed seemingly by the massed blow Of heavily reinforced Austrian divisions under (he command it is re ported, Of Kleid Marshal (on Macken sen. the leader of two successful of fensives against the Russians. The Malian leader probably considered it itetter to withdraw his battered sol diers from the sharp curve in tlie Isonzo northwest and southwest of rolmlnn to a line from Monte Mag glare to Auzza. than to attempt to hold ihe Austro-Germans where, if I hey were able lo continue their suc cesses, the whole ftaliun campaign along the Isonzo might be nulled. Merlin claims that the advance con tinues and that captures of men and material in. tease hourly. The latest official communication reports the eapt ure of more than tiO.OOO prisoners and 4a0 guns. Rome is Reticent. R«j «•nt f . ' -.....erning actual lighting operations, admitting only that the Italians under pressure have withdrawn tj> the Mopte Maggiore Auzz ' »'"• rnd ihat it has been neees sarv tr. •*»■ u-uate the Bainsizza plateau, »rtheast of Gnrizia A Final Ëffort. I in* Austro-German blow apparently a final effort to conquer one of the strong allied nations in an attempt to bring about a favorable peace. Tlie Hurt gainst Russia, despite the poor morale <*f the Russian army, cannot be said to have been greatly .«uc\9ss a means of bringing about In France the Germans can not advance, but on th«» contrary have been slowly giving up valuable stra tegic positions. The final hope ap parently was in aiding war-weary Austria,in crushing Italy. Effectiveness of General Retain'« smash on the Aisne, southwest of Laon, is shown by the fact that the German crown prince has not at tempted count«*r attacks. The French are extending their gains eastward al«>ng the plateau north of the Chemia Des-Dames, while organizing their new positions for further action. Under a heavy downpour of rain the Anglo-French troops have carried out a successful minor movement in the Ypr«*s salient, capturing more than J'OU prisoners. LIBERTY LOAN WORKER LEAVES FOR WASHINGTON Anaconda, Oct. 27.-MaJ. Harold N. Blake, one of the Pour-Minute men and one who has given his time to the furtherance and success of the I.lliertv loan ImiIhI __i s. . J Washington, called to take Ihe the ordnance Blake, who is citUens^theTit ° f *** ^ .end™« ^ 'Ä "c —J >oan band w«'ik« WaahinKtnn. DxA- whpri , h , IOr Doll o, 1" do . Car,taln department. Mr. wester! HEIGHTS! Butte's best West Side addition; graded streets, sewer and sidewalk. Lots sold on easy terms. All improvements paid for HANSON - MacPHERSON COMPANY Phone 436. 15 West Broadv FOR SALE 4-room frame, easy payments ........................................ 1-room brick, Redwood street....................................... 4-room frame, south side, $100.00 down, $35.00 and interest per month. 4-room frame, new, lot 60x100, $300.00 down........................ ft-onom modern bungalow, hot air heating plant, fireplace, hardwootl floors, street improvements in ... ......................................' "' j, 6- room modern bungalow on Harrison street ............................ j 7- room m«»dern bungalow-, eorner lot, full basement, hot water h«*al hardwood HANSON MacPHERSON COMPANY 15 West Broadway THE HEILBRONNER CO., Broken 47 East Broadway Direct Private Wire to All Exchanges Correspondents: E. F. Hutton & Co. Hayden, Stone & Co. Telephones: 412 413 157 158 Our Bond and Stock Department is the finest «-«juipped in the West. In addition t extensive wire system, reaching practically evc-ry market in the country, we mninuin la the servie«* of our clients a Statistical and Correspondence Depart ment Our daily nurbt news letter and closing apiotation sheet «wnt free to our customers. Sen«! tor our booklets "CORRECT INFORMATION ON HOW TO BU^ AND SELL." The Heilbronner Company daughter. Mm. ^ W» Cut Out the Rent! Buy a home of your own with the rent money: $25 month in rent is $300 a year, which means that you are pay ing 7 per cent on a home worth $4,285. Is the house you are renting worth that? Stop and figure it out, then come and let me show you a home you —Five rooms, modern; concrete cellar; fireplace; built-in features; extra good construction throughout. Lot 45x105. Close to school and two carlines. Owner has cut the price to $2,400. Terms, $250 cash, balance easy monthly payments, same as rent. —Four rooms; bath room; water. Lot 45x165. Walla plastered and tinted; close ro school and two carlineo ; owner aaya, make the price $1,606 for immediate aale. Terms, $100 cash, balance any way to suit the buyer. These two homes must be sold with in ten day». If you want to buy worth the money, it will pay you to look these over. Telephone 1961 for an ap pointment and they will he shown by au tomobile at whatever time sails you best. L.U.C0RNEL1US 158 Phoenix Bldg. PHONE 1961. r HOMES FOR SALE S-room modern Swiss chalet bungalow, large living room, breakfast room, colonnades, oak floors, furnace heat, lw«» lots. * «nil !«*«>. I on«'block'front ear line du Floral j I j ' ! j Park. Price Four-room bungahi $4,750 garage, lot , . ..........a*" un and half; nice lawn and retaining No. *2 line. Price $2.250 wall ; only 5-room modern brick veneer, south exposure, 1000 block West Silver. Price .............$3,650 S-room two-siory modern bunga low, hard wood finish, built-in features, hot water heal, bit 40x 100; ten hundred block west ..................... ...... l-room modern bungalow facing south, two lois, in Floral Park; *500 cash, balance by the month ...................... ...... 7-room two-story modern home and 2-room cottage in rear lot and half; on No. 3 car line. Flor ence avenue. Price____z...$3,150 l.ot and half in 600 block South . Jackson al a bargain. B0LEVER & BROWN 41 West Park St. V. j j I I i t I : I i MRS RITTER DEAD. n 1? died i^t "* ht """«d a well-known woman of ^ U,e Wi,e 0t °» < ' f Kitur. and had rë- | * ded in (hi. eit, I„ 26 ye.n, She U *ived b, her huaband tw«*, bn)thm in M N k McMcr. ôf Seattle, and I have been made far th£funeral arranReTnent » I •"*________ L O-W w„ Direct Private Wires Correspondents Logan & Bryan LAUZIER- WOLCOTT Co., Stock Brokers 51 E-at Broadway. r;-i 0 ne r ' I j received today I company: j "1 believe the market is only b* ' »how what it can do and that ! better market j Big--- 1 LEADS Ü0 fill Stocks in General Shoot Point or Two Under Mo Optimistic Opinion. Marine preferred led ihe market int«) a strong and general rally •Marin«* stock has been predicted I gain for the pust week, and loJty up an even 10 points to »up tlie week's predictions, other Mark the market followed Marine slowly surely, steels an«l coppers «'socially ing advantage of the more optimistic on th«* market. Anaconda, the indi«Mu r for cof opened at 63V4 and closed at 64\. V States Steel, the repr* ■ »native 1 in the sU*el group, gained fr«»m 106^4. Other steels and « uppers ro* portionately. Bethlehem sieet "R" back for a good rail) a«.>ia today Tlie following wire "hires wer «•eived toflay by the Lnuzier-Wolcott pany: "offerings are very light and »on cegt sellers are incline« to c0V ' stocks." "There was considerable «liversity of ® among traders after the «•!>>'<• y*»ter«li tendency being bearish in tins «luxrtfr large bunking interests, however, in« operators who often çontrm the move were enthusiastic and insist» <i that d> e subscriptions to the Liberty l"»« 1 j most bullish factor this country *** j "Selling in <|uantities m.t orur.fro! to time, but the action *>f a' "f I issues seems to suggest a rati well ,l *l' condition, and with the position "H v I firmer, prices should result." i Tlie fwollowing wir« reports by tlie ileilbf „ on Monday unit nil 1 _ in the market and I k t a wave of prosperity sweep over the I "We think the rails will continue t : dated on all strong spots, while th e act sold out." I "There is a feeling among^ i People here that condition» after November sets in." "A successful announcement «)f ' l««an campaign will probably help still further. We can have s *>il but it is not well to get too « on the rallies." . v», ill im louves al «he club, went Id ■ | ® n< * f™". the boys of Jap« ..... * JAPANESE HELP TO SE LL LIBERT! Country Club Employe Remarkable Recortf Second Time. Activity in the Liberty I campaign is not confined t Ship Americans. Hurry Owyc, a Japanese en the Butte Country club, nj with collecting $75« for I »I brtml purchases among his ployes at the club; went to > and from the boys of Japi« employed by the Great Nor 11 $5,000 for Liberty Inan 1 I Mr * O.WVC Was successful I J' ed campaign in raisil it hat purpose.