Warmest Sorts for the Women and Children
At 85c ? ;v. ta : * At $ 1.25 * At $ 1.75 .**, ■
Sotta for girls and boy Union Suita of bleached Union Suits for Kiri- and
14 to 16 yea rs at 11.25; fleeced cotton; in ankle boys 14 to In y tv :at
size* H to 12 vea at ivngth ; extra size* at b-.'If. >izee * t»> - years.
'.cs i to 6 :• i regulär size* at 52. 0«; l to * ea;» at
at EIGiif/-FIVE CTS. ^ ONE-TWENTY-FIVE. £ ONE-SFVFN TY-H' E
UNION SUITS AT §1.50
Women's Union Suits—Carter make!
Medium weight bleached ..»«on. extra
size»* 11.75; retfular *ite» ONfc-L IFTY.
Women's 'Merode' Silk-and-Wool Union Suits $2.95
Women's fine ' Merode union suits of silk and wool, in white;
made in all the desirable shapes; extra sizes at $.'1.25; regular
^ sizes at I A O-NIN r TV-FIVE 1
UNION SUITS AT S2.25
FREE INSTRUCTIONS IN KNITTING AND CROCHETING WITH
CELEBRATED FLEISHER YARNS
Mrs. Mary E. B rideaux from Philadelphia is still here and is »
The Fleiaher Yarn*. Pleasant and comfrotable quarters have
floor. Y'ou are cordially invited to join the classes which an* beii
wing and teaching oir *'
in provided in the yarn s
held daily. The lessons
»n on the second
^COLD-WEATHER NECESSARIES ARE BARGAINIZED^
NO OTHER BUTTE STORE SELLS THESE LITTLE W ARES QUITE SO CHEAP AS SYMONS
/''SPEC I AL!\
New Stock and Jabot
b I a
Made from fine
lace trimmed ;
lined »cotton ; double heels
toes: at NINETEEN CENTS
At 25c "„.'-'■In'
black and in white; silk heels
TWENTY -FIVE CTS.
t <? At 39c
At 50C ,;,'. n ,2 for
and toes ; THIRTY MNi. C*I r
; ç At 35c
dren's Wool Mit
black. gray. n;*\> "r
THIRTY-i IVK ■ KN ' -
Infanta' Wool Mit
Rray : FIFTY'
Long - W ruUed
traltan wool ; assorted
I» to 6 inches wide.
y 50c at 2Sc.
Silk l am isole*
washable satin, filet
and Val. lace shoul
der strain, at
BEDDING CHEAP 1
You May Have to Pay More Later
At 95c :T At $1.35 bu.'! * At $ 2.50
made from all feathers. | kefs in aize 60x78; 1 forts n f f u ||
finished ticking . an ex
cellent value at the price:
<»me in tan. gray and
n white: well fleeced;
FINE BLANKETS $3.95
"Woolnap" Blankets of extra heavy
weight, in beautiful new plaids : extra
large; special. THREE-NINETY-FIVE.
WOOL BLANKETS e* -I
Extra l>i* sixr w,.,| l.lanktu h 1 *PI
cty of choicest p! ,i,|
and tan; at SF.\KN\V|KTy P jy
St. Mary's Wool Blankets With Colored Border j
The celebrated St. Mary's wool blankets of extra large
and may be had in gray with colored border- the greateal
v- ...................... .. ........'
B «y No»
wool blanket values; EIGHT-F11TY.
SELLING MORE COATS THAN EVER BEFOH
A line without u mutch
Butte from any point of view
Alt arc new. smart and attract
ive and include some garment
with large collars and pock
ets; trimmings include velve
and buttons; navs
assorted novel! x
choice TWELVE FIFTY I'U.lf
Showing More and Quoting Prices That No Other Store Can Possibly Match a m
No matter what kind of a Coat a woman has in mind.\ ''ll 1 !,
we feel safe in promising to satisfy here in every way— \SYM0NS'
in style and in price. Come to Symons—let us prove it'
HE BIG LINE ....
Beauty Velour ('»ata, Cheri« I
('oats. Novelty Mixture Coiti|
and Pom Pom Coats
Women's and misses' rem
ably fashionable cloth roattj
including all tIn most hecom-l
ing and stylish models; a full I
and complete assortment oil
the most popular colors from!
which to choose; also plenty I
of black coats, it's the bigge$t,|
best coat line at 835.
Surely Symons is the Coat Store Supreme—Here one
finds the largest and best assorted stocks of Coats—
and for a certainty here are found the lowest coat prices.
COATS COATS COATS
THE BIG LINE AT THE BIG LIN E AT THE BIG LINE A T
Kersey ( oats. Cheviot Coats,
Novelty Mixture ( oats. Meta-
lamb Coats. Mariasse, Plush
and Velour Coats.
-oose and belted models in a
wonderful variety! Fashioned
aith large collars and deep
sockets; trimmed with no\-
flty buttons; navy blue. Bur
fundy. brown, and. of course,
plenty of black coats are rep-
resented in the collection; all
tre big values at >19.50 each.
Fa-hionaHle Kersey C o a i s.
Mottled Flush ( oats. Meta
Iamb (oats and Beautiful
Wool Velour Coats
Women's ami misses' gar
ments, including the choicest
of the new belted models; de
signed with large convertible
collar of velvet and deep
pockets of self material; the
rolor range embraces such
good colors as ..avy and brown
also plenty black coats; >15
GORDON PURE FUR LAW FURS
ARE SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN BUTTE AT THIS BIG STORE
THE BIG LINE AT THE BIG LINE AT ! THE BIG LINE AI
Women's and Misses' Coats of
Wool Velours, Pom Pom Ker
sey, Cheviots and New Novelty
Other coots in the selling arc
fashioned from shadow plaid
I plushes; all the new belted
I models are included in the lot
some made with large collar
of keramie; others trimmed
► ith touches of seal; novelty
ockets; all the wanted coi
rs and block; price 824.50.
Wool Velour Coat». Pom Pom
Coats, Kersey ( oats, ( hex lot
Coats, Black Plush Coats and
Coat', for women and misses,
including belted ami loose
models; cape or adjustable
collar; a number of the gar
ments 'arc made from broad
cloths and English tweeds;
trimmings comprise furs, kcra
mie. heaver plush, stitching,
novelty buckles. All colors.
FUR COATS AND SMALL FURS
IN LARGEST ASSORTMENTS—AND ALWAYS LOW IN PRICEl
< - " UNh M! — H U * L l !. f)M)N st V f LR Shl * LINE CROSS ' FOX SCARF BLENDED MUSKRAT COAT « NATURAL MUSKRAT COAT * FINE HUDSON SEA1 C0AT|
■'■I mink fur -et, lunpri.sins flic lut. -t ' ^--- -
yell* fiiji. effect mid larxc pillow muff;
and pillow i
teor silk; a
gain at *25.
l ull open animal shaped cross fox scarf
of unusual beauty and style; trimmed
with head and tail; lined with soft
MOUS E H O L D
( enter Bargain square— ma
den, including large meat
pans, stew pans, strainers,
large glas«, pitchers, glass graduated pit
ew Hudson seal fur set. com
lew and popular long stole
uff; lined with crepe de me
...... ..... ..... $25 .00 *
on, /only COMPLETE STOCKS OF NEwN
iHLt FELT SLIPPERS
for a woman! Blended muskrat coats,
II 4> inches long; full flare model; col
r may he worn high or low; full Skin
t sah. I lined: a bargain
SIXTY-NINE DOLL AB S.
To Reduce the Cost of Living
floor! Hundreds of arti
asters, 'drip pans, ice box
rub brushes, clotheslines.
P r i
WOMEN'S FEI.T LINED SHOES AT
iexv lot of women's splendid quality, warm,
ifortable, felt-lined .shoes with leather sol«
sizes here at TWO-SEVENTY-FIVE PAIR
MEN * HK.H-Ct t FELT-LINED SHOES $4.95
hich are tnmm.nl with fur
lade with hand-turned sole«
izes from r. to 8 priced a
NINETY CENTS A PAIR.
affairs made with heavy rubber sole« :
rm, comfortable and dependable ; special at
FOUR-NINETY-FIVE A PAIR
M, --At$i.50ä£: F r':
black or gray ; made with serv
iceable elk soles and are very
XV arm and eon» for table ; peciwl
ONE-FIFTY A PAIR.
' ,u '
hand-turned soles and
-INK IWKN I V MNk'a" IpAIh!
< of the wanted w .u,u pucea at
ONE-SEVENTY-FIVE A PAIR
_ $69.00 «
/lowest prices, men-s and boysN /a
THE LARGEST LINE—THE BEST LINE
for u woman! Full ripple helled model
with blended rat collar, cuffs and belt;
fancy silk poplin lined; a verv striki
fur coat; price for these
Vi.» an living me a
for a woman! Fuli inch kugln beau*-!
tiful belted model; large ea « collar in|
the adjustable style; deep cuffs
pocket s. fancy silk <C1)7Q Af\
surprising bargain tpl. f c/el/UI
much a b ton dollar foi a Mimilar ^
mackinaw ! Heavy weight garments in
folk style, with l>c*lt and .»torm collar : all the
best color combinations ; .sixes fron 36 to 52
A BIG LINE OF MEN'S
BIG LINE OF BOYS'
extra heavy weight . 36 inchea
long ; assorted plaids ; Norfolk
model ; beat colon* • *»ll ^
Bi-st value in Butt*
and Girls' Mackinaws
eweat plaid effects ; all the
color combinations ; made
storm collar ; all wool ;
, .t. to .. 16 ......$6.90
SALB MEN'S UNDERWI
To Reduce the Cost of
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS ONLY
A selling of samples and broken lines of men's under
wear, including shirts and drawers of pure wool merino
cashmere, worsted and wool mixed, in medium heavy
extra heavy weights; standard makes.
Single and double
breasted shirts; as
sorted colors as well
as gray and white;
not all sizes ju each
af the various groups
jnd kinds of under
wear, hut all sizes in
the lot as a whole;
shirts 34 to 50; draw
ers 30 to 50. On sale
it ONE TWLNTY
FIVK PER GAR
SILwW ft LUMn
BUCKET HT WIFE
Maggie Hammontre is Granted
today, heard t n
and also took thre
cited into court *in « «-hai
t»> pax alimony With th
ing that Carroll would »» »
the further hearing <»f I
oil had Michael
Maggie llnmmontre was gi*
V*»rce from John b\ llammont/e *. n !
the ground of . rin-lty. The rou|ilo tv. : .
nmrri-il Auk is, i do.#, a 111 ] there tr
ono « htlfl. Th- pliiintiff »tiitl th.l h-i
huabourl wan a hour. Jrink.-r mil
Iwita Ihr.-» h.-r out r,f I hi- hollar She
naal lhat a niw-r of the .1. rendant and
another woman were llvinn at the
hoone. all in two rooms, and that the 1
two women beat iter up and that
"he complained to her huah.m.l he
"You Rot what you ileanrvrd." *n......
other oeeaaion the defendant threw a
luneh hueket at hi., wife. a. cording to
the plaintifr s tentimony. She said
tltat it.struck her on the shoulder. j
Annie Onnynleh was married to
fieortte Osaynich on Jaa 2» of this
year, the saint- .lay on which she sc
hand" VerT? ' r " m î*™"' "à"'
imho, ner case was on the calendar
for hearing, hut when it was called a
continuance for one week was granted.
Mnry Greer was given a divorce
from John Tireur The couple were
L . r- . " r
divorce t.» Mabel Kif .............
under advisement The
tarried Dec. 24. 1912, and
trier.- is one child The plaintiff said
that her husband had left her three
different times. Hhe also «aid that
she had to work out to support her- !
self and that while keeping house she
* ** not home to prepare the meals for
tier husband, so he had to boarfi out.
She also admitted that she had prom
ised to pay not only her attorney fee.
husband's counsel if
.SOUTH Silt NOTES
ocery. 1630 Hurri
I bas been horn to Mr
at their home. 133
nts at White
,in ' ** Monahan, of Ü.I
The Catholic Order of Foresters of
Bt. Joseph's church recently held a so
j fiai and business session at which the
Mr*. Thomas Calvert has returned toi
lier borne at 11J6 .South Arizona street
I« i# I,...- .m.cw... ... II.LI.
ved from Floral Dark to 1727
ficorit.- Monuhun of l.lvlngaton is.
iaituiK in the city, the guest of hi.
inele, Pitt Monalum. of Kasl Se. ou.1
V:; ; ;
onductor, John I _____.
inel. Dan I^eahy ; outside
M' Manomon; spiritual di
Father McCormack; dele
invention. Dan Sheehan;
f- J- Egan.
L Phelps of Emmk >
estern part of the state
iroct is in
on a Imsi
t Scars of Missouri ;
about again after
ted to his homo fror
> an illness.
Robinson Meat, Grot
ware. Orders promptly
Dewey. Phono 5863 W
The Woman's Guild
of the P# (
• bur* it will meet in i
lore next Thursday
hitslossi-H will be Mesdames
Drown sind Faulkner.
Charles Holden hus
returned to his
home on South Main
street after a
visit to relative» and friends at Seattle.
Mrs. F.lla Miller and Mrs. Owen Me
Bride, who have been the guests of
............ .. .. ... 11
friends on the south side for the past
week, have returned to their homes at
That s a funny little coat you're
I knnw it. The tailors are doin K
Kn „ w Th . .. ,
.«. K ..V tailors are doing
Ju " 1 now "">* making
ul l clothes that aren't soldier clothes
look as ridiculous as possible."
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BUTTE DAILY POST
EIST OF MU#
Morr' r4 m I
married Men Must Make AI
lotlYIPnt From Dan Il fi
lUimem Mom Pay for Wife
I he county and rjty i„ ca i hoards to
•D *m\ cd an outline of the federal
•*w providing fi, r government allow
1 ! ' /° r himilies of married men
Pïn!nnoi takei1 in the dr aft army. The
.. l r 1 lon through a wire from
m..,o 'r r,1 " r ' who reived his infor
eral " T '"° ai marshal ' Gen '
. ''f 'be information coming
he „no l ' , ,y ,s married men in
■ . ,'' r ' """ lee must make a vol
. ,l "fmer.t from their ea> each
denend- " th " r " ia il wif * °>' child
ih. é 'J 1 "'" lh '' ,n ,,,r »upport. In
<.r I n" .°k ether than a wife
,,. U ' the allotment from the sul
"cers pay ,a voluntary. The govern
nenan '."r" 1 " ^ allows a sum
ward 'fh r, " n * If ' l ° * >er mon *b to
!.. ,, . e ""PPurt of the dependants.
the r!'"Ï ' 8 th '' ■'«»«'ved from
the governor today:
" nn " ,lon 'Vith decisions on
den ' h f d ««barge on the ground of
ï'"' 1 ' aml fo, consideration In
to reo.!!','* ap| ro Priate action relative
die , r ' 1 " 1K ül 'P« ni 'ency eases under
auenuön <,f Hul,nB M M. your
uttent on is ii.vlte.I to the following
Importam extracts from the act of
congress approved Oct 6 1917 nrn
comeenMt| ily "'''~«* «Moments,
milita rv n I" Il " a 'nsuranoe for the
mat™ naval for ««« of the United
of"' 01 pro ' la «" for allotments
of pay of every enlisted man. comput
sory as to wife and compulsory -as to
child, but voluntary as to "other per
sons Monthly compulsory allotment
shiill be in an amount equal to family
allowances hereinafter specitied but
not more than one-half pay, nor less
than $15. The enlisted man may' allot
any portion or amount of his pay in
addition to the compulsory allotment
for such purposes and persons as he
nia >' direct, subject to regulations.
The «.cmary of war may require that
any portion of one-half pay which I»
not allotted «hall he depoaited in the
military pay dep.mit fund for the ben
ellt of the man. Compulsory allotment
may he waived on written consent of
the wife, supported by evidence of her
al.ility to support herself and children
compulsory allotment may be excused
for good cause shown.
A famil;' allowance not to exceed
*50 per month, in addition to pay al
lotted by the man. shall be paid out of
the treasury of the United states.
Such family allowance shall he paid
upon application, which may he made
hy the man. or made by or in behalf
of the beneficiary. No family allow
ance shall be paid for any period pre
ceding Nov 1 1917. Family allowance
nient 1>a " 1 fr ° m thC time ot en I ist
"The beneficiaries entitled to family
allowance, and the schedules, follow
Wife. Child or Children—If there
be a wife but no children. *15. if there
be a wife !l " d ," ne ChiU '- W If there
h. a wife and two children. *32.5«, and
per month additional for each ad
ditiona! child. If there he no wife but
hfi'i 55 » '»ere be no X' büî
be no wife but four children. JSo with
dltlonalThUd. ,lÜdiUOnal (or ™'' h •'*>*
"Other dependents- If the*.- be one
«« 0n Foî 1 e°- J' ' herfi "" '»" Parent
f \° r p Tch grandchild, brother sis
ter and additional dependent. *T
The act contains further provision.
p* a neu
relative to contributions from the gov
ernment and allotments from the en
listed man's pay, which are too long
egmm V ° , '£ d l ° he 8Pt for,h in ,his t«I
. Compensation for death or
disability also is provided for
not,,e c °
merely lnf M S31^.« ,B " V Se " 8 '' " ut
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THERE'S A LIMIT.
Mistress—What, dinner time. *
out and the breakfast dishes >
washed ? Whtft have you been
New Girl—Please, mum. I **'
all the mornin' readln' about
lady who killed her servant R* r ■
Mistress — Well, mistresses
He U twice a conqueror who «M
himself in the hour of victa»- CjrnM
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