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AGAIN! BLB SALE OF DRESSES gg !i $ 22 .
STILL SATISFACTORY CHOOSING IN SPITE OF THE FIRST DAY'S VERY SPIRITE D SELLING We say to you, one and all. be here as early as you can possibly arrange it Saturday morning! ( harming satin dresses, beautiful charmeuse dresses, handsome crepe de meteor dresses and striking velvet and serge drssses! Colors include such popular new shades as burgundy, taupe, brown. Copenhagen, navy, plum and. of course, plenty of black. So generously complete is the range of styles that we feel safe in promising to at least all early comers a dress or two that will satisfy perfectly in every way. Remember, there are but one and two of the dresses in the selling alike in style. Values up to $45.00, at TWENTY-TWO SIXTY FIVE SYMONS PEERLESS TRIO OF WOMEN'S WINTER COAT UNES LARGEST COAT LINE LARGEST COAT UNE LARGEST COAT LINE 1 A • »-««« ••• . v.,- M im Other .-at* in the selling are fashioned from the Y >VV new l.eltod model* are >f keramie; MetalamH, Plush and \ flour l oj Love and belt*»! models in a wonder Fashioned with large «»Har* and dtvp v irimmed v»:th novelty butUui' navy, gundy, brown and. of enirse. black coa ivventesl in the ollection ; unusually bi. MNF 1 KEN FIFTY id Mu ally j k Flush i'oata and Others. nd misses, including belted and u adjustable collar . a number of uide from b ronde lot lis and Kn« SALE! NEW STRIKING TRIMMED HATS $4.00' IsimE'S BIG SUIT LINE .. .a.». ..... , ______ __ „ _______... * I Lor \\ o mo H — Values A re Without a Match MANY WILL BE SHOWN FOR FIRST TIME ON SATURDAY FOL K DOLLARS FACH Women's Clever Ready-to-Wear Hats $2.30 TWO-FIFTY FACH NEW LINE OF . NEW LINE OF BOYS' POLO CAPS v CHILDREN'S HATS 65c OF FER GREAT EST ALL-AROUND QUALITY OF ANY CLOTHES IN AMERICA 47^ ■ OVERCOATS ^ e ûre sure r ^ at no ot ^ er store * n town shows nearly as many overcoats and over f lx*ok. Mr. Man. Brand-NevTN THF ^ISITQ* s * lwavi . lhe •Kfepptnheimer line is mm - -.......... 1 ,,U ■ w far superior in'even wav to all other s :: irssstr-s* s ïâ i ïïzzæsz ÄTjrrrrrs i represented in the showing. TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS ® , ' belted and other good models; all the KUP f MACKINAWS Better Than All Others at $7.90 Pr A. SPECIAL! + 7' $1.09 Ea. 95c V y Women's and misses' suits of i»opHns. wool velours, fine French serge*, gnbt'rdines and broadcloths : all the new bolted models and many smart .-.mi-tailored effects; button, stitching, braid and velvet trimmed. Mack and colors: specially orient in this sale at only T WKNTYKlfl HT FIFTY. $3.95 Silk Waists $2.95 *Fine Silk Waists $4.95 it.. . .in uv,,n.j I Crepe de chine. Georgette cre|H* und 1 fine lace waists: in flesh, rnulir. • ir * j American Beauty, coral, and, of ilks I course, plenty of white ; all are an - dainty .rimmed; many styles from .96 ; which to choose •Va er tailored styles Adjustable collar; : value at old price. WO NINETY -Fl VF FOLK NINETY FIVE GIRLS'WEAR BARGAINED (îirls' Sweaters $1.65 Smart Norfolk style, with the roll collar, belt and pocket ; come in cardinal, oxford, rone, Copenhagen, etc. . sites 2$ to 34 ; special at only ONK SIXTY-FIVE. Q "Middy" Skirts $2.95 Girls' new middy skirts : of wool serges ; in smart plaited styles, with waist attached; shown in navy blue, sines *> to 14 years; special at TWO NINETY-FIVE. -----® Serge Middies $2.95 Girls' serge and flannel middies in regulation style, with front lacing ; are trimmed with sailor collar and red and white silk braid : lG years to 14 bust. TWO NINETY-FIVE. & ---------^ Serge Presses $5.95 In' sei go dr«ase**i:i empire am g waistline styles ; colors ar >y. cardinal and brown; sizes ar. THREE 'NINETY-FIVE 1 . 8 Winter Coats $5.90 Kiris' winter coats of fancy woo mixture* ! Smart belted models plush collar in adjustable styles *i*es are »* t*• I I years ; special a FIVE NINETY EACH. éj The Famous "Korrect" Dress Skirts at $5.00 0i ;l? < ! li r, lu l s ,u, h t '"" ts v fjfi ur ' Materials include fine wool serges. Panama c'oata in beite»! model ; made with r 1 n |' n, V' r of . salin 'birred dress skirts cape »»»liar and deep cuffs; pocket h,r tH * *' ,u ' lv model - : button trimmol ; with novelty and button trimmed; sizes r. to 14 loi AM EACH* W " ,eS * tUrd *» *« ..... » y."'- SKNKN 'siNKTY-FtVK. y OVERCOATS wanted sizes. TW ENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. CORDUROY PANTS FURNISHINGS HERE ARE PRICED ADVANTAGEOUSLY oo •lend id Men i knit mat ted light Manche« nd da ONE-FIFTY EACH ----© HAM i NDERWKAR for mf.s !, " e d shirt* and drawers w eight Egyptian —-•*— -=• — nicely Men's excellent blue «th regular laydown collar ; fac^i „ Vi - ,ndMco dye; ** rice ^ at ONK-SIXTY-FIVE SOTS at «2.00 „ . au r, . n 8 wool-texur i ' eellent oxford gray ^ "f gray ; re»l ... trim : ONE-FIFTY "$ 1.50 V i C , ... * 1,,u ur "' ur * n-.uum Very w. m . „ j », . , , •./ * « r» ai $ ---------—^ ."EVtNTY-FIVL UN / OC *** ** ,kht h-; t*'>n in silver gray or white. Aouita of »vim Men * wool-texur ut mu m mm m - ape r * K,,|> tr »l SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS V Vi si,ver * r «y shade ; BUY AT SYMONS AND SAVE MONEY ON BOYS' CLOTHING "" Sl - i* „„ AWS.*U| fi» re«-™ the cost 5^ ■ - ' ■ ' 1 y : f J.v,.r ■/ living, ise symons" ytOAM$TSrosngptof^ boys from 9* to < ... . , » D _. . - point to -, ' 01 Boys and girls' mnekinau TMT,. Special at FOUR NINETY FACH 9 "'S *" 1 »* 11 »■»« Wfttllr tiniahed ■ otner store can , &------ •'*«'•1 » LACH other store ran at the price, no Sy Parent- of U . ''^TVRTI.INf; VAI.I'E •-.-IT . . . . * 1' a:rs Of *>ants - 0. _ * ht U} «t a point " The best mon* Dreadnought Parents of boy ought make it l*airs of these Sizes latest tyle tren. h 18 y « .....I Pockets ool navy blue serg slash "îîf.i '. olor .- tr»nrh h mJdei 2^5 co *" : '"ToSr'î, ä value ve X SUIT for SIX NINETY' A SUIT l»o<ial J stnutives of your department from ! tention th»i the provr-e , t ,y. , , P r « of th Attractively Priced I Group of Ü omen's I Black Vici ™ 1 HIGH CUT Si Fashionable Lace SH AT $6.85 Pill Made with welt sol« ÄT heels : smart, is »"'I «""j ideal shoe f.....I..... « »«*•?« i to 8; widths AAA to SIX I.IC1ITÏ-HVL Children's Hiiîh-ful Jjj of the best snide: made a style with welt soles: wear : sixes from 5 to »:*«"■ HJ derful vlue al . . I Boys' Sturdy ^eb 00 « made from d<M>«* n 'h»We Jbo* ^*"3 with heavy oak «oh* : hlucher 3 lize iron;.toe* 2*-, u»6;e«^JJ tional value at • Men's Vici kid Street. Regular 16.50 ™' ue ' r S of »ici kid les the r nth a»J and wide toes, complete rxsBjjJ of sixes ; priced at MAY 6E PROBED Sw indlehurst Asks Authority to Have State Advisory Committee Act. P J. Bropby. memluer of the suate airiaor) fuel rotnmittee im a waning a* call today from Fuel .Administrator W. J. SmlndSehurst to begin an investira - tion of state o*l prices Mr Swindle hurst has vvtred National Fuel Admin istrator GtrfiekL requesting authority to call the state advisory committee toi investigate tool | rv es throughout the ( *tate. If Mr B* indlehurs-t secures ! permisstoa. he will call the advisory committee together at once to begin m thorough investigation of all phases' of the • oal situation. The state fuel's administrator s mc-s sage to Mr tiarfield is as follows: "In view of the difficulty of having j earl> bearings in Montana by repre-1 ; I i I hearing ti.is *iate. to h btatf advisory committee, heretof-re appointed by me and ap ; r ~ ™ rirl »» an F-ath« datum qutcUr and tranamu to ''' rroewi if > ou approve ,,f.*n the Plan. T l.e matter has been aob- 1 mitted ty Goverror Stewart, who ap stnutives of your department from ! outside the suite. I request au'horitv from our department for investigation ind erpens» cf hearings to fix coal ; - - - ami held by a state adviaarv prove« ln .1 iel«f,ra:n re<eived hy Stewart last r.ight from Mr Garfield. State. --- — «•. vm it et a, the letter promises an immediate in t eeugatiun of th- coal situate n in the sh IS InterestPfi Walsh is Interested. .Sera,or T. J Walsh of Montana U hcanilv tn accord with Gov. S V M-wart s pro,-st against the 45 e-nts per ton iiurfus« 1 Hlitmfd Kv l'u-i <wh».». Stewart. --------------- „ -...... per ton increase allowed by Fuel Com missioner Garfield lie made this av prior to ....ar...fisriieia ue made thin known m Killing» yesterday prior to his departure for Helena and promised t- do all in his itower to have the price .... eu netena and promised to do all In his innrer to have the price I of coal at the mines put pack to the i figure set by the national fuel admin istration Oct. 27. I "The governor is just in his con ■ .. ..... < th- opetmtmm tn-m log, hu « the Wh* -f ..noth« 4 * t - nI , , ' m> opinion , n impo»iti., n on the 1 mwintht' n xxt • -a Wyoming Prices. I. eal coal dealers today re< tention th»i the provr-e , t ,y. , , , w P r « of th e fuel ' '' mr ' ,,on hoard is to protect the , ' " " • s a a*inst extortionate price« fur «*!-' »»d the senator. When th. I national administration first raised I the rat,-* at the mines that »ppareotly sufficient n« reus« to >rs free ir.so . .. -incement fr«^m Wyoming coal ! operators that the price at the mine* ! th, ' re *»"» been increased tâ cents p,., jt-m under Fuel Administrator C ^M . * r '. The entire increase, a»-- I cortiniT ^ * n,,r ' inrr '»«- *<•. tors. - .11 , iald u '- r " That Governor Stewart ■»> his protest, came to •» ,«i------- is not al,>ne. ----- »» light todajf t-legr-am from Io-nver "hen a telegram from Denver an' nounced that M. H Aylewworth chair m ' tn of the Colorado state fuel com mission, will make » demand on the national fuel commission for an im mediate rpHm<iiAn ...■ . nounoeq that M. H AvImwa^v man of the Colorado state fu mission, will make a demand »"«tonal fuel commission for --— .... . oiinnission for an im - mimés * e redUl , '° n in ' oal »«"l'es at the SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST !>on "''«»"«• Hon.. iojV-Adv __ h. R ' M "' r ' Bht of Harrison h ..... SOUTH SIDE NOTES a " d f *»cy groceries; prompt , ery Ta > ^r Grocery . 163(* Harri- ! i»on avenue. Phon» iayi »j.. - » .larnson avenue r "<• n a business trip Kdgar Fletcher I FWl! -, 8 "' turned •« his home .the st-i, J*V wa * una hle to juiss ^ ■ tr '"««t Physical examination I Mis« Viola Finir« ^ . J _ , B«JS r e-i1r* Ch< ' r wh " »"«one of ! ^ke hs **"* to American ££i, h ;ûer u rv° h \. h,,m * the .tH,.e.o. ""«« *» •— Vloto Huk#* W1 •♦•ft yesterday 1744 Gaylord | l-ewiston. Naples' 1 form n Reived from Fred Sunday schold of , ^ ^in i'' , " , '' n, of lh *' that h»- h » f lhe Peo Pl*a church. medical ««—erred to thé meujcal corps and th«, »»». . -ed a, Fort Broadway T.fmJ t ^ Pr,,| '['« tor * f lh e moved lo h - * ho P. has been re moved h-, hnme on ya)e ave(iM from local hospital, where she h; f*een conlined f« I*;*st thr«*e account of nines* ____ l ? h< r h,,rT1 ° f an i,,n ' Margaret Northey is confined her home on Colorado street because f ^odl ';t'rte «.uth'side l* m*","*^ r^„ h ?r,„;T ^ ----™ ...e amusemen, a n ' «^«hmenta were served. _ The Misses Alice an i y „ .. •* H2IH < alif urn ia ave-u ' Buck,,f r !L edn . c * da >' —ning. Games and m u ^ ............. _ -Mi»« Mary Murphy of Th. - . ue has return an . - Thur nton afforded the im,,«* ,,JtTn ** s and music refreshments wer/l-J!.'a " d rteli elous nue has rHurm'd V n Th '' r "'»'> av e - " month spent at h ° In '' af, *' r father. - s P"kane. vi»i, inK her -, -__ street Ä'Ä «'».orado ««111 return this -v-i i »'««erday. She her granddaughter l ,a< ' k her grHnddaughler e Fv K i ' ,r ' nR ' n « '>uck Will make hefLme w ™ f a "' »»o parents. w,th he r Krand be'rs of ,,,e m rj.',,".'; l ;-> n c» the mem Presl.yterian church i? s' th * WeUh nvr home on IZ. hfter noon Thd V * > «•»teraay after »■ i,e! ,h . mePtinK of thl> Aid «'I he in the church parlors It was decided to tiold Gift social in the church the lirst k in Oecemher \ SERIOUS FEVER EPIDEMIC PREVALENT IN HELENA H Mont., Nov. 2.—There Is no «ro'ial change in t ha r ever s | tull , lon ,,e, * na lodav There are no new cases V- '" ort H,urison - "•-«*» ^z:z. ho.piutu"!"'' *?*»* tha 4««,.. on „" Pital in th * city- .Soldiers for their own Imite, II.— ......—— " ™ meir PuMto U g, t heri mOVi " K " ,l tUre h ' ,USe «' 5»^. nSS ' churches, Sunday cl<Ci ,he T,;' ,Ul ,he ,ike have Keen still open Pl ' h 'i', «r.iools generally ar e »»««- ^"Ä"»"^ Z , ««aff which is employed in the „„„L t ' xnn >i»««lon of public school and h *.£r , ^ y *^ 0r "' e '- county precaution hïVC ,ak en every «'on < an be handuü* th ® schools „X th« « ,h * er W ' th th * •»-«heehttaren^Vt^Ä SENDING S 0 LDÇ TO THE OIL T Shreveport. I "-. - So ' • j dred and fittx me » " J second Imttulitui. «-t" 1 Ja infantry, are , ted to j this afternoon. 'rhe> 1 the oil fields "f ' , protect property jj connection with the sl ers there. ASSAULT CHABOd In a complaint county attorneys ,,rr ". ..,, 01 « I by Deputy County fl|a l O'Connell and filed ■» J ley's court. Paul V***! with second degree nssa Capara. ^ BODINE GRAH 4 »J Roy Rodine and PW" were quietly married la» Delaware avenue. of the People's church 1 ^ witnesses were <' ha "r hn *4 Q lady s Campbell. Th» J cently employed at t he - A newlyweds will "' ake Butte