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J*0T MADEBYTHCT* uS 1
of being selected for Army and
Navy use. Because of its depend
ability—its absolute certainty of
producing pure, wholesome bak
ings. It is sure. It is safe—that's
why it has won Uncle Sam's
selection — why it should win
your»—and will if you will
but give it a trial.
ALWAYS THE
CHOICE WHERE
NO CHANCES ARE
TO BE TAKEN
War time is no lime
for trifling. No time for
experimenting. The best of
Army and Navy equipment
is demanded—the best of
men to man it—and finally
the best, most nutritious
foods for those men.
CALUMET
BAKING POWDER
bears
the dis
tinction
<3 'Ô
TITING STORIES OF
FIRST DAYS IN TRENCH
rican Soldiers Stood the Ordeal in Good Shape. Little
fckness as Result of the Long Vigil in the Mud. Boys Have
ne Lively Moments When Heavy Enemy Guns Open Up.
nty of Expert Riflemen to Blaze Away at German Snipers.
; the
American Army in France, ]
(By the associated press.)—•
the American soldiers who
been relieved after service
• u-hes hud thrilling stores to
[-••turning to the billets. On
(fiy.s. especially, German snipers
e. Bullets went singing
verhead. American in
re tolled off to attend to
|i; 1 who becai. active and
m one of them will snipe
s no more.
one of sniping the sniper was
pular. The only complaint
lay was that there was not
fie shooting to satisfy the
sen. Several of the soldiers
pey went out to fight, but did not
There is no scarcity of ex
•n when a sniper starts in.
nel had an exciting experience
the Ge ..tans nearly got the
f an observation post in which
his aide were. They lost n«t
I taking temporary cover.
Heavy Cannonade.
|nrtlllery on both sides was
Live during the last days
the first contingent of Amer
In the trenches. The Ger
(Nu lied the hack areas and ap
. putting shrapnel and high
• shells In the direction of the
and battery positions. Aside
ening up things for a while,
was accomplished by tho
infantry in one soction had
[ lively time for two nights. Tho
thinking a hostile patrol was
cm. opened fire with their lifles
point where the opposing
• nearest. The Americans
Age Advances the Liver Requires
O^as lnna l slight stimulation.
CARTER'S
LITTLE LIVER PILLS
correct
CONSTIPATION
DiiçMorPele Face* ;
«Moa which witt b* cmàr I
r Iudicata the sbsencs of Iron In
• Carter's Iron Pill»
] l«*t the Germa
i they then
«lis
singing
Fire at Airplanes.
Several Herman airplanes which
flew over the trenches were targets
for rifles and machine guns.
Tho morale of the Americans
tinctly pleasing t«» the French. The
troops marched out of the trenches in
the dark, their wet and muddy clothes
clinging to them. As soon as they
were out <*f hearing of the C
men swung along whistling
Officers of all the groups commented
on the remarkably small am
sickness which developed. Tl
some bad colds, but as far as l
there are less than half a doze
ira biding "trench feet" and pneu
monia. An officer said tho splendi.
physical condition of the men was re
sponsible for this showing.
The battalions sent in to relieve the
men who have just left the trenches
found tho ground frozen when they
came up. Tho sector remains normal,
according to tho latest reports avail
able.
o ported,
fixpert watch repairing. 1. Simon. 21
N. Main.—Adv.
PRESIDENT OF RAILROAD
TEACHES MEN TO KNIT
~
,
Peoria, 111., Nov. 2.
president
(VrinstroiKr,
Toledo, Peoria &
WuHtorn railroad, has assumed charge
&T ïVÂ
Htructions ill knitting Mr Armstrong
also teaches a knitting class at the Red
ith women ana
Cross headquarters,
girls for students. 1
at tho Y. W <"■ A
WHALE MEAT IS NEW FOOD
IN LOCAL FISH MARKETS
It is Introduced as an Experiment in Butte. Will Be Carried
on the Bill of Fare in One Restaurant Today. If it Becomes
Popular, Shark Meat. Said to Be Wholesome and Tasty, Will
Also Be Placed on the Market Here.
Uncle
tion «
nie meat, which has been eaten
sively on the Pacific coast since
Sam opened his food conserva -
ampaign, has reached Butte. It
sale today in a number of meat
•ts and is carried on the bill of
es ta ii rant,
vhule meat
only
périment lu
re. If it becomes a
mpular
food, local
fish dealers de«lar\
it will
be followed
by shark and other
inusual
fish foods,
which were not eute
n until
Uncle Sun
started war on Gc
rimny.
These un
tsual fish foods
include
bowfln, h
idlish, squids, gi
osetlsh,
While in the
whale meat will r.
pound. If the del
enough to warrai
fish dealers say th
materially.
Those who hav
declare it has a t
a great deal like
meat of othei
comes large
shipment
vill decreni
whale meat
rod.
ublii
When Properly Cooked.
When served properly, whale meat is
decidedly palatable. I.-ading c hefs of
the city say that the best way to serve
''The
•d.
ivhalc
,1 blooded 1
Unlike
neat is
leal or
serve
mmal,
Adver
tising
rates
on appli
cation.
THE BUTTE DAILY POST
DEER LODGE
BUREAU
omee
Room 2
Klein
schmfdt
Block
Balance Shows $45.000 More
on Hand Than at This
Time a Year Ago.
1)
Per Dodge, Nov.
2.—County
Preas
urei
George V. Dun
is yesterday
com
plet
ed his monthly
«»port to the
board 1
of
ounty commis«
oners. The
report
sho
ws a balance or
hand of all
funds
of $106,867.4».
T
lie balances in
the various
funds
ary
as follows;
General fund, $11,
957
67; contingent.
$11,377.11;
load,
$15
468.81; poor,
$4,482.37;
»ridge,
$6.8
57.16; county
unking, $1,
148.72;
nty bon«i, $3,31*3
43; general
school,
$2.6
75.90; district
school. $17.
29.48;
county higli sehoo
$25.222.19;
Deer
Dodge city, $2.03'.* 2
T
he grand hala
nee shows
about
Ufil T
UULI
$45,000 more on hand tl
one year ago. 'Ehe hig
issue is responsible for
i school bond
part of this.
TRIP 10 GAMP LEWIS
Deer Lodge, Nov. 2. V. R. Holt has
returned from a trip to Tacoma, dur
ing which he made a visit to Camp
Lewis at American Lake, where about
50 Powell county boys are encamped
with the national army unit. Mr. Holt
expressed himself as well pleased with
conditions at the camp and stated that
all of the men, as a result of the change
in living oomlitions, are being bene
fited physically.
MANY MERRY GATHERINGS
WERE RFID ON HALLOWEEN
Deer Dodge, Nov. 2. -Halloween
passed iiuletly in Deer Lodge, without
UI) y serious disturbances being re
ported. A number uf parties were held
in different parts of the city. At the
Wuman-s club house the Ramblers
gave a dancing party, the rooms being
decorated to give the appearance of a
cavern, with cats and owls and other
emblems of witchcraft adorning all
parts of the room At the Hotel Deer
Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Ocorge H. Mc
Mullen entertained some of the older
crowd at a pretty dancing party In
dining room. A third
I spacious ---------
danc0 was Riven in Milwaukee hull.
j whcre Sartoris' orchestra furnished
, llU »i C fur a lively program.^
! DEER LODGE BRIEFS.
| r l<lldg0i Nov. 2.—Emmet <ichlert
B , m B1T jved In town yesterday
,.....
business visit.
• and Mrs. John Fitzpatrick and
Durnan will leave today for rall
furnia points to spend the winter.
Mrs. II. F. Quade and «laughter. Miss
Uillian Quade, left the early part of
the week for Spokane on an extended
visit. . , . . -
Mis« Marietta E. Edwards arrived
from Spokane several days ago to ac
cept a position as instructor in the
commercial department at the Powell
county high school.
malicious mischief.
Deer l.odge, Nov. 2 — In Justice court
yesterday James Dowry swore out a
complaint against Frank Walker,
charging him with malicious mischief,
accusing him of breaking several win
dows in the complainant's home.
Walker was able to furnish bonds for
hts appearance In court this afternoon.
vhile most other
blood," explained ;
dealer. "Fish with
blooded,
warmer
blooded. That a
mounts for
t he deep
red meat *
Shark,
which will follow
whale meat
in Hutt«
should tho latt<a
be in de- 1
mand, is
a wholesome fo<
«1 «.f good
flavor.
The meat of th«
lark is less J
question
tble than that <
Pigs and
agre
rtbh
Smoked shark
d examined by
attracti\ < app
taste.
Plenty of Fish.
Statistics received b> But
ealers show that Ignited Stat
ries produce annually about 1.500,000,
000 pounds of food fish, including shell
fish, in a fresh condition. Alaska has
pounds of fish
lit put of about 250,000,000
alto
Rod lie
light hi
fresh
! yield of the Anna
2,000.000,000 pounds
output of the hatch« ries of tin*
I States bureau of fisheries in t t
and other small fish i- about L
a half billions annually.
Th<; most promising outlook
increase in the food supply by t
1 cries is in fishes hitherto unu;
' those that have just been bro
| public attention.
is m in
THE FOOD CAMPAIGN
When Movement is Explained
All Appear Ready to Sign
Pledge Cards.
Deer Lodge, Nov
servation campaign
satisfactorily in Deer
cards have now In*
nearly every hom
committees in chai;
very little registan
and
practically
The food con
is progressing
Lodge and pledge
ii distributed to
n the city. The
are me«*ting with
from the house
of the cards
mpaign
>cery store» will hereafter limit
tie of sugar to 25 pounds per etis
except in the cases of hotels,
urants und hoarding houses.
COUNTY TAXES.
I Lodge. Nov. 2.—During the
h of Octobefr $17,711.43 in county
was collected by County Treas
Gcore»* V. Davis. This is In- ex
of t* amount collecte«! during
n r of last year by more than
SIGNS MORTGAGE WITH
'•CROSS" AND THUMB MARK
Bruin« r I. Minn., Nov. 2.—A finger
print sign ; : ure—a big fat thumb mark
in indt huit- ink—believed to be the
first sign «tute of the kind at the court
house iri this county, is on
chattel mortgage given by Thomas
Nephew < Wolford township to the
First Stntr hank of Cuyuna. Nephew
made lus ual "cross" and then added
the thumb print.
EXPLAINED.
"Dud," s lid the youngest and most
in«|iiisiii\ "what is a flesh reducer?"
"The itiher is the most consist
ent," cxi I 'ined his «lad. "Ho is able
to reduce the quarter's worth a little
ord on a J
AGIOS II STOMACH
SOUR THF FOOD AND
CAUSE INDIGESTION
•Pape's Diapepsin" Fixes Sour,
Gassy, Upset Stomachs
in Five Minutes.
I
You don't know what upset your i
stomach— which portion of the food did |
the damage—do you? Well, don't I
bother. If your stomach is in a re- J
volt; if sick, gassy and upset, and what
you just ate has fermented and turned
sour; head dizzy and aches; belch
and acids and eructate uadi- j
gases
gesttd ft>od; breath foul, »onguo coated ,
just take u little Pape's Diapepsin to
neutralize acidity and in five minutes
you wonder what became of the indi
gestion and distress.
Millions of men and women today
know that it is needless to have dys
pepsia. A little Diapepsin occasionally
keeps the stomach sweetened, and they
cat their favorite foods without fear.
If your stomach doesn't take care of
your iberai limit without rebellion; if
your food is a damage instead of
h« lp. remember the quickest, surest,
n „,.st harmless antacid is Pape's Dia
pepsin, which costs only fifty cents for
a large case at drug stores. It's truly
wonderful—it stops food »ouripg and
acts things straight, so gently and
easily that it is really astonishing.
Your stomach will digest your meals
if you keep acids neutralized.
1
J
COKE WILL MAKE THE HEAT YOU WANT
Lower your heating costs for the winter months by mix
ing COKE with your coal. You will get better results
for less money, besides less dust, dirt and inconveni
ence. A call on the telephone will bring the coke to
your door.
"At Your Service"
The Montana Power Co
Butte District.
HIND ITEMS OF
SEBIl INTEREST
Senator T. J. Walsh Says Ger
man Military Autocracy
Must Go.
Livingston, N
an be no pea
ambition a
crushed w
Livingston
Walsh. S«
Lu Follette
liant addre
ents tha'
the war.
2. — Thai
int il the* l
many, "bourn
finite in arroga
* the message
ast night by S
a tor Walsh sc«i
mil pro-Germai
s in which h.
led the United
enator Walsh
vhat
PLANE IN BILLINGS.
Billings. Nov. 2.—West side resi
e agog over the appearance of
ey believe is an aeroplane, carrying
powerful searchlight, in the west
n sky at an angle of about 25 de
•ess above the horizon.
Many <»f those who reported the light
•e that they have wit
spectaclc every night
•ee weks at about the
clo«'k. The light first
last night dt
nc-ssed tho s
for the past
me h
nade its appearance in the sky at a
th
•ho*
it app«
to soar and glide around for about a
quarter of an hour and »hen seemed t«»
volplane to earth.
MANY CARDS SIGNED
Helena, Nov. 2. Fifty thousand of
tlie 112,00U cards allotted t«> Montana
for food pledge week had been signed
last night, reports to Bam D. Goza of
Helena, chairman of the stute conser
vation committee, indicated. Mineral
was tho first county to fill its quota.
Certain cases of food hoarding reported
to the committee w ill be culled to the
attention of the federal authorities.
MANY FARM LOANS.
Helena, Nov. 2. The state farm loan
jard reports that more applications
.r loans are coining in at present than
.er before, the number running from
ght to twelve a day. Tho work of
J the loan department of the state land
hoard has been much increased.
About $100,000 in loans-was put out
by the board in October.
I I I
OFFICIAL PAPER
Butte Men in Training in Iowa
Send Copies of Army
Weekly.
the
Copies of the "Camp Dodger,*
official publication of the boys at
Camp Dodge, Iowa, have been received
here by friends and relatives of the
Butte hoys attending that camp.
The paper, which is a weekly, con
tains six large eight-column pages and
is replete with news of the camp and
provides very interesting reading for
the relatives of the boys who are in
I the service.
i One of the feature stories is the nn
| nouncement that 10,000 girls in the
I northwest have adopted that many sol
J dlers and promised to write them ha
ter* and send them little delicacies
during the continuance of the
The offer applies primarily to those
j enlisted men who have no relatives.
The paper is well gotten together,
and while it gives away no secrets of
the camp, being right under the ey
the censor, the reading is of special
interest to all who know .the boys that
are stationed at Camp Dodge.
The boys promise a large Thanksgiv -
ing edition and all members of the
camp are urged to send copies of the
paper to their friends. It is noticeable
that the pap«jr is well patronized by
,
if advertisers,
SUCCESSOR TO DOW IE
WOULD CUR B TOBACCO
Zion City, III., Nov. 2.—Voliva, dis
ctple of and successor to Alexander
Do wie as leader of the Zionists, has hit
on a plan which, he thinks, will profit
this nation immensely if carried out.
RIALTO TAILORS
Ladies' Tailors and Furriers
Mr. Jacob Wolfson, late with Nixon, the leading ladies'
tailor of Tilth avenue, New York, has opened an up-to-date
establishment in
Suite 226, Rialto Theater Building
Mr. Wolfson is an expert in his line, and his original designs
and personal attention ns to style and fit appeals to the well
dressed woman. His prices are as reasonab'e as the best of
materials and workmanship will permit.
FOIl APPOINTMENT PHONE (H i I II
Oil CALL 226 RIALTO BUILDING.
,r& SMART WINTER HATS
In Still Newer Models
Fashion's last word in millinery, and
' :| every attractive style and shape Ls
j shown in this collection; values to
i $7.50. Special ............$3.95
FISHER'S MILLINERY
Corner Park amt Montana.
Speak 1 1
he suggested
a "stinkless d;
"We have
aid,
iitles
plan that will
«iretls of thou mi
suggest a 'stinkless
'stinkless day' every m i
States should abstain f
pipe, cigar or cigarette
add a 'drugless day,' «
would he no drugs take
would work n
and the people
Here they
"stinkpots."
the services of a i
in the local paf;
headed, "Youth w
One of her friei
and less ta;
celebrated 1
fairy bloom,
flaxen wig.
'sweetless day,' "
rheatloss day' an
nd I would sugge
ive this country hun
iollar
day.'
mild I
this '
These things
Iship on anyone, 1
he better
uff." !
obacco d*
JEST.
tain age r«
.,uir..<l :
boy, and i
nsertud .
an advert!
sentent j
with little
humor
e, sent her a bottle of a
rink le remover, a pot of
a set of false teeth and a
AIN'T NO SICH ANIMAL.
A real freak is
This Oswald Blee,
Who boasts of his
Humility.
of
-
by
LOOK ST A CHILD'S
TONGUE WHEN CROSS,
FEVERISH AND SICA
Take No Chances! Move Poi
sons From Liver and
Bowels at Once.
;
Mothers can rest easy after giving
"California Syrup of Figs." because in
a few hours all the clogged-up wasto,
s«»ur bile and fermenting food gently
moves out of the bowels, and you have
a well, playful child again. Children
simply will not take the time from
play to empty their bowels, and they
become tightly packed, liver gets '
sluggish and stomach disordere«!.
When cross, feverish, restless, see if
tongue is coated, then give this de- i
lirions "fruit laxative." Children love
it, and it can not cause injury - No |
difference what ails your little one- if j
full of cold, or a sore throat, diarrhoea. !
stomach ache, bad breath, remember, j
a gentle "inside cleansing' should al
ways he the first treatment given. Full
directions for babies, children of all
ages and grown-ups are printed on
each bottle.
Bcwaro of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a bottle of "Cali
fornia Syrup of Figa." then look care
fully and see that it is made by the
"California Fig Syrup Company." We
make no smaller size. Hand back with
contempt any other fig synlp.
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Has Your Home a
"Cold Spot?"
MAYBE YOU HAVE.
— Off Bedroom
— Chilly Bathroom
— Breakfast Room
—Baby's Bath.
Wherever quick, good, pure
heat is desired use a
Hotpeint Hedlight
Heater $7.50
Absolutely safe, no smoke,
no disagreeable smell.
Let Us Demonstrate.
Glad to Do So.
Electrical Equipment Co.
28 E. Bdwy. 1'hone 1103.
A. von Dachenhausen
M. Sullivan IL E. O'Reillv
L -
Finest Dental Work
at Moderate Prices
Teeth extracted without pain; finest
gold crown f5 per tooth. No better
dental work at any price.
Dr. F. A. Ironside
16 NORTH HAIN 8T.
Largest dental office in Montana.
DR. FRANCIS ATWELL
PYORRHEA
Crown and Bridge Specialist
508 Dalv Bank Building
Phone 2197
DR. RINCKEL
TH* DENTIST
Ow Clark*. But
CORNER BROADWAY AND MAIN
Ladjr Altuiut
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