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The Butte daily post. [volume] (Butte, Mont.) 1913-1961, November 02, 1917, Image 3

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ivc You a Bigger Problem
Phan "Home Financing?'
cist y
necessities of life in ill
extravagance. Today w
hey from labor'« loll, homo fi
jl>l«-m Having ihe ultimate* goal.
s stores system is esporl.illy adapted
•nditurcs—a :
g over purel
re on tin* Istrm that it produced nearly
e days time was a scareity lost min -
n everything must be purchased with
iming mines to lie an all-important
• fo
Notching
elscwlw
rving lb«- finest j m
FOUR APPLE SPECIALS.
■ Ithics Fancy wrapped and
|h«-«l Wealthles. Cîood size fruit,
•eping quality. 175 and 103
Box .............. $1.75
od
king and l»;ik
run pack, extra
$1.15
run, largo and
ies—Orchard ru
nil sizes included in each b
>d family apple, priced low
$1.00
felntosh -A very desirable eating
red, crisp, juicy, fine flavor
ix containing ail sizes, or
run ................. $1.65
FRUITS
AND V
EGETABLES.
Fancy Greer
Tomatoes Smooth ninl
firm nmko
the pie
Kies. This IS I ho
last chance
four II
25c
Fancy Bell
Peppers
Breen. Ih 10c
Bed Bell 1
epp. rs,
II) .....20c
Solid head
let! ure,
head ...... 10c
Cabbage 1
or gra
it, flesh solid
head*, 100
$2.75
50 lb.....
$1.40
Rutabagas
Solid
lisp flies, good
size, 100 lb ......
$2.25
50 Ih .....
$1.15
Eastern Concord
Grapes Large.
well filled
taskel*.
t wo for. . 85c
Tokay Grapes Fur
1 V f!a vorim; red
quality, la
ge. H<p
are. well filled
basket*, for
.........50c
Inest pancake flour, economical, six lb bag 60 cents
Bolden Kvaporated
j PEACHES.
|let 1 halves, convent -
It and econoinleal
It dessert; special
l*ec lh...........40c
Little Seedless
RAISINS.
Seedless yet with un
broken skin: fine for
cakes, etc.; three Ih
for ..............50c
SPLIT PEAS.
Montana «ImUii. large
and fine splendid for
tasty soup. speeial.
the lit ......... 10c
1 macaroni,
Spaghetti,
[ Vermicelli.
a 1 • icil, package 10c
B. Knglish
SOUR PICKLES.
I. arge $1.15 quart jar.
extra special . . . . 75c
Ohiradelli's
GROUND CHOCL'TE
ir.c Ih can, extra
special at____ 35c
! Snowflake
MARSHMELLOW
CREAM.
h. ideal cake filling.
Ldy prepared; small
L, two cans. . . .25c
SAGO OR
TAPIOCA.
For dessert pudding.
Special, two lb. 25c
I'ive lh ....... 60c
Genuine Rye
FLOUR.
I'se in your war time
hr« >d ; niie.ll» Rack.
»pedal for .......70r
BARTLETT PEARS. I x L FLOUR
1.....„-it with all Ihoir fresbneun nnrt I Desirable and reliable.
Ld,large -■= at*« can. ape- , -s-lt, mck......... ft"
[l : dnr.nn. $2.35; ear. . -20e l|»-ll. aack..... * 3 ' 35
LUTEYS BIG SUGAR DEALS ALWAYS AVAILABLE.
THREE BOUNCER TAKE WITH YOU BARGAINS
VAN CAMP'S
PORK AND BEANS.
cans, when taken
two cans, 25c
BAKING
CHOCOLATE.
•J-,C cake, when taken
tlonj, for .........20c
SLICED
PEACHES.
LUTEYS—WHERE CASH COUNTS MOST.
UNDERTAKERS
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|UUlNaTON— In this city Nov
rrington, aged 35 years.
|husoand or Mary Harrington and
of Marie, Frank. Agnes Helen
atherine Harrington. He also
two sisters in Lowell, Mass.,
brother and sister in Ireland.
I mains have been removed to
ini 1 v residence. 745 West Daly
where the funeral will take
[ Monday morning at 9 a. in., pro
o St. Lawrence*« church,
• mass will be celebrated at 9:10.
in Holy Cross cemetery,
jnobiles. Friends will kindly omit
|)KI.I. The funeral of the late
- » Dell will take place from Sher
is Reed's parlors Saturday at 9
He. proceeding to St. Patricks
fth. where mass will be celebrated
i3b Interment in Holy ('ross
id ERA—The funeral of Albert
.. the 3-year-old son of Mr. and
amera. will take place at the
* residence, 202 Main street,
let'ville. tomorrow afternoon at 2
Interment in St Patrick s
Iter y .
-.OLA MI—At Windham. Mont..
lina Gerolaml. aged 35 years. The
will be brought to this city
ices and Interment.
INTIENEN-In this city Nov. 2
1 Kontienen, aged 33 years. The
Uns are at Sherman & Reed's par
Notlce of funeral later.
. SHERMAN ft REED
lüadertafcer« and Eubtlncn
""••bile and Carriage Equip»»**
H1-1S5 East Broadway
_ Phon** 57 and S9
01T.AU. The funeral of the late
r McDougall will take place this
ploy) morning at 9 o'clock ~ §
r ' illuming dt » uuuin •"
la's undertaking parlors, procred
I St. Ann's church, where mass will
Jr brat ed at 9:30 Interment iu the
■ Oos* cemetery.
LARRY DUGGAN
able Undertaker and Imbalnee
"* North Main fltreet
Bell Phone »?•
HOUSTON The remains of the lat
Thomas Houston will be shipped thi
evening from Walsh's undertaking par
lors at $ o'clock over the C.. M. St
1*. railway to Avoea, Pa., where inter
ment will take pla-e. Automobiles.
m< uarti i y
month and 2 day
Lois
morning at the fa
will take place tomorro
2 o'clock. Interment
cemeterv. Automobile)
age l year 1
ed daughter^
IcCarthy. «
nily resale
•re the fun
v afternoon at
a the < uthol
M. J. WALSH CO.
Fanera! Directors and Embalmera.
New Location 8*7-309 West Park Street
Automobile Equipment. Phone 85
PAYNTKR The remains <*f the late
Alfred Paynter were removed from
Richards' i-arlors this afternoon to the
family residence. 90i> West Park street,
where the funeral will take place Sun
day afternoon at 2 o'clock under the
auspices of Butte lodge No. -'40. B. P.
O. E. Interment in Mount Moriah
cemetery.
WILLIAMS—The remains of the late
Mrs. William G. Williams were re
moved from Richards' parlors this aft
ernoon to the family residence. 1111
Bast Second street, where the funeral
will take place tomorrow (Saturday)
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. .1. H.
Mitchell officiating. Interment in
Mount Moriah cemetery.
BATTS- The remains of the late
Frederick Batts will be brought to
Butte today and taken to Richards
parlors where the funeral will take
puce Sunday at «2:3« o'clock under
the auspices of the .'arpentera' union
JOSEPH RICHARDS. *»•
Fi»er* I Director* «i*d
tv.rrlnrton Rlrh.rd- Pr** *"«
15-19 S. Montana Street. Phone 307
POWEI.l. The funeral of the late
John Powell, whirh will be under the
■luipices of the Grand \rmy. will b.
held at the home. 20a Anaconda road,
tomorrow afterntx.n at *, u . r v
terment in Mountain t
\utomubil. arr#llK ciuent» for the
funeral of the late Oscar H. Lautlc.
have not lieen completed. The remain.»
at the Daniels & Bilboa undertak
ink parlors. Funeral announcement
will Ik* made later.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertaker» and Emh^men
Residence Phone W-*
Office Alw»v» Open_
SAM R. WHITE
I ancrai lllrector and S*nh»l«*«
12» Sont s Ma n
Phone 3X1. Residence Phone 6.u
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DO YOU
KNOWYOUR
NEIGHBOR
r
Chicago's pro-German Mayor and photplay
censor refused permission to show "The Spy" in
Chicago.
Funkhouser, the censor, declared "THAT THE
ACTING IN THE PLAY WAS IN PLACES TOO
POWERFUL AND TOO DRAMATIC AND THAT
IT MADE THE SWEAT STAND OUT ON HIS
BROW'.'
The Federal Court subsequently granted an in
^pmctionjuur'TheJîpy^
Iftwwr»»»-. . ..
See 'The Spy" and auer you have witnessed
this expose ol the Wilhelmstrasse, revealing
the methods oi German spies, you will ask
yourself "DO I KNOW MY NEIGHBOR?"
STARTING TOMORROW— THREE DAYS
j
Last Times Tonight SESSUE HAYAKAWA
— w>. : v<
WEEK-END
BAGGAGE
SPECIALS
These last two days of the week
we are offering vou very special
prices on small hand luggage.
This is brand new stock, ha\ing
just been received and unpacked.
There are many styles and sizes
and selections will be most
satisfactory.
II Vou l.ive Out of liutte,
Order by Mail. We Prepay
Freight Charges on All
Orders.
*3.0« FIHF.lt SUITCASES ilM
Filter mall in« Miitroses, Japuiiin
binding; light to carry. Mogul* •
$1.00 FIBER SI ITC ASKS *3.00
irown hard fiber suit fitted
»3.00 OXFORD HANDHAB $2.23
Black grain fiber handbag, cretonne
ined, Oxford stvle; Hi, 17 t»r 18
r.r '- 13 $2.25
$2.50 FIBER St 1TCASK $2.00
1 trown filier oitr.iMbrass lucks
o 21 and 25 imli i/c . Regula
<2- r >0 suitcases
$ 2.00
$4.50 FIBER SI IT (A.SES $3.50
iood, durable fiber suitcases, f it -
ed Will, bell rivet . ..II sixes. Rt g
iIhi *4 50 suitca
$3.50
;9 COWHIDE OXFORD BAG $645
.owliidi- Oxford bag. black walrus
•rain finish; Hi. 17 ..r 18 inch sue
: r „, 'T $6.35
*1.25 CHILD'S St '1TCASE 75r
Suitcases suitable for children to carry; matting or 75c
fiber; regular$!.25 suitcases. Special
HEADQUARTERS FOR WARDROBE TRUNKS
Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks.
A Special Price Offering.
Very special values in the Com
mon Sense model Come in
and see them $32.50,
$33.50 and- $35.00
Hartmann Wardrobe Trunks,
Panama Top. Desirable Style.
Panama top Hartmann , many
size» $33.50 $45. $55.
$57.50. $77.50.
$87.50. $97.50
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mi
ss à
CARPET Co
48 to 54 M'EST PARK
Bhw f If - B
SLACKERS TO BE
Nationwide Search to Be In
stituted by the Federal
Authorities.
L-r
Of
nai
rough
r«J of S'
mental chan ne la
«rill lu» civilian* for the de
livery of any person liable for mili
tary service to th** nearest militer;
reservation or • 4 n ton ment carnp
This reward will be pa 3d to any per
son not in the roiiitary service of th'*
United States, iruiuding all F*cai.
county and state polio luthoritie*
The war department expect* to *****
immediate result!« from the offer, since
hnudreds of men sele< ted f< r service
hive not answered the call
This is the first move in a campaign
that is intended to become nation
wide in the search f-*r the "pink-sheet
men," as the national army si acker»
are called. They are termed 1 pink*
sheet men" for the reason that when
they failed to appear their names
were placed on a pink sheet and they
were certified for service In the na
tional army. Although the complete
plan for the roundup f> f these men
has not been made, it probably will
bring into action operatives of the
department of Justice a.« well as agen
cies of the war department
When the complete plan »« ready
the police in every city in the na
tion and constables in the rural dé
mets will be asked to begin a search
for the men a ho hav e not answered
the call. The seari h will be system
atized. possibly under the direction of
lha bureau of investigation of the de
partment of justice, so that an agency
may be formed for receiving addresses
and men who have left the vicinity mi
which they registered and through
which informs lion in regard to men
who are attempting to evade servie*
msj be used to run them down.
While no estimate of the number of
r'tcn who have evaded service is avail
able, it is known that the number is
high, especially in the more thickly
populated cities where the floating
population is largt-. In the rural dia
triefi comparatively few names have
l-een placed on th* pink sheet, but in
New York. Chicago and other large
too great to ea
'r number L
; cape attention
Technically the** men are deserters
from the army in time of war and the
death sentence raav be imposed on
' them. Furthermore, they are liable to
penitentiary sentence# under the se
! active draft act. so that punish meat
is sure to be meted out to the slack
era Whether they will be tried by
court martial as deserters or in the
i civil courts under the selective draft*
' law has not yet been determined. It
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Lallah Rookh Tea
M p " 65c
Pound
You knew this is a scry
low I -icc for this well
known brand of tea. A
pound ^morrow (with an
order f. r other goods) for
only 654
ECONOMY SPECIAL
TEAS
of highest quality, selected
specially for strength and
flavor.
Japan or green tea in lb.
package wholesale 50c
Spider leg, Ceylon Gun
powder or English break
fast tea. 75c value, lb for
onlv 60c
Pork and Kean.-—Medium
size cans. 12 cans $1.70
>ugar—25-pound sack of
g-anulated table sugar for
only...... $2.36
Cookies All 15c packages
of cookies except oatmeal
or graham for. IOC
Root Vegetable»
Cabbage. 100 pounds ar
wholesale $2.35
Rutabagas. 100 pounds at
wholesale $2.00
Carrots. 100 pounds at
wholesale $2.30
2 PHONES, 1130
>nd 1131
Economy Wholesale
Grocery Company
bOt-606-60b-610 ruh At«
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is specifically provided in the seieetir*
draft act that persons sent to prison
for violation of the act must, at tb*
end of their sen ten c* serve in the
national army the same aa if they had
not been punished In »on« c a*ot
three or four mon ins in prison or the
guard house may suffice, while ia
other* a year's imprisonment' may be
meted out- In the case of persons
inciting opposition to the selecüv«
draft at this time, even more draati«
sentei.ee» will be given.
The provost marshal general's of
fice is giving practically all its at
tention to Tk* subject at this tiro*
tftemaJwls from all over the nation hav*
coroe in for the round-up of the stack
er*. 1 ompiete plans for the nation
wuV* v«*srch wiH be announced by the
provost marshal general's office as
ao«*ii as completed.
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