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Pub* shed e»ery eept Sunday by t*« B-tt Past Con*pary 2b V***t Street. 5-tte. Wrntara fettete as second - Ur Jan. 29. at of* :* at 3-tte St:*'. tive act : f V**;h 3. SUBSCRIPTION RA *S : X -- D : ; ; ? 1 ' Ye F * E« C-r St wnt Ccaaia Off :.ai Th« $ a Ve-t - - r *. S.*îî. : 1 C *c SULTAN AND KAISER GOING SOME P«t that M» very krasr ago that an .*«n of tbfct bave commanded black headlrae* Ir. er ery Americar. re»»- ! p***r. Kcw It in taker *£ a mauer ! *A » Otrtfc*. Ocrr katx to c r allie* are ■ttttBtUiflr at a rate that 4 staggering, i livlud.r^ the advance made > esterday. j w* ha -e loaned Great Britain ! *** ** t» »n ocr »'h. I K ha« « j ad »** ncMvke j tt*- t -*-r. .v of nuo jcj*i*ng tu | * r> * rr, e •• r. pr . '■ !* ü -* ' ' ' appre the of reference to ► .mi of t!^> kl.ui Th* axr.'.uB.Ma*Bt waa re ecaflr mad* that th* total t*p«aditurt* of oar IT <W!t for Ckto »r hai f-'-ept p • the . n 1 i *r rr.Ark 1 possibly ly.v W,W) Of that tre mem du us un. $♦ v v. repre-• s«nl«d by loons to *he allies. Even in this da> when we have r-tjme r» reckon war expenses in term» not dreamed of In former periods, that f going s*/me. If the United States government ex pended in October It •pent something more than I3S.OOO.GOO Lay d : t '. t.z the : z an Great Bri: i. GONE DRY GAINING OVER SUBMARINE ^ iuarter, tfc. added, the bmaria's I/-r :rd of ! j Î9H Ti* «k* to Britift shipp that the o< ! \ Ti the fir* ! t IÎ- V* correapoed i September. j on the his! ! per cent 1 j coït io U-nna*» et EritUh «hip», a» jaui'd with April. On the othe' j hand, a réduction of fifi. per cer.t in | German merchant «hlpprc? ha» Leer a. ,-*-A b;. th*- sinking of vear.d b-y their p--«*,r.g into th« hanxl'i of Germany's enenki. • n |* tpyarant that *hll* th» tu', 1 martn* ha* cot h«n ir.».*t*r«I, the p»ril U fc*. ; .* Th* fact that . ano'r.er A me.- n transport was dam ^ged by an enemy diver doesn't need to worry us. It only goes to ahoa • hat the system of convoying these t v , r ^ # " I ' Er. .«• - t He de» î^ired it of merebtat shipping KH months of this year ent higher than in the period last year In said, there was afloat s« an In- r*aae of twenty freer » and thirty p^r , transports or- their outward voyages is a success and may have to lie em ployed on tnese ships on their return trips. It is a gratifying fact that sin~e America s participation in the war the «r: HERE AND THERE THIS DUE H! STORY T HE ANNIVERSARY IN |= THE EUROPEAN WAR l= WELL KNOWN WORKER IS HONORED WITH PRESENTS TiyJ W. Hayes and er, ta tic ' n ** W. 0 ^ Ret< :rt L axes. :• - - - v -r ». i ' : ccC at the : - a present to '-r ••? a silver : * er with the : te W. C. T. : Mrs. Dunckel ; I : m r- J : "* city. She ; ' C T U. for •A Mr». Nepper J w DRILL TEA:^' EMMET Comp a t DESERTION CLAIMED ! brought j Odgers t isi:. Every small boy bel, I being deprived of his ' when he grows up he t ideu o>.t - •> "Pape's Cold Compound" Ends A COLD IH JÜST 1 FEW HOURS Grippe Misery—Don't Stay Stuffed-Up! You car. end grippe and break up a severe co.d either in head, chest, body or limbs, by taking a doae of Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until three doses are taken. It promptly open- logged-up nostrils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, re lieves sick headache, dullness, fever ishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head—nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only a few cents at any drug store. It acts with* out assistance, tastes nice and causes ho inconvenience. Be sure you get the genuine. ! I Maturs s ! Best I Food Is I Pure I Mil k = :zz **and=* Gream THE MILK VOL cos si y DESER 1 ■ Y OCR CIOS F ST COS SI DER \ 7 A Because It Is the Most Impor:. ■: Household Necessit t = You ; i >t-eng:h ; your liaiiy n of pure milk. = Milk a ana young— •".en:s a e essen: u .eahh. Drink a _ Montana Dairv (Vt Purity Milk ev: note how vour he 0g%nl nch p C UU! milk t beverage ^en it is an « e'en to drink pun? t helps t th'ough a day s - work. n rirfk LJrinn = = More == Purity I MILK = It contain.' ■ - needed elements — e s : . ally for the younger generation. It bu: ds bon. and tissue, nounsnes and builds up the bedy. We say. give your giris and boys all the milk they can drink—but be sure it's a purity prod uct—the kind that's sold 365 days of the year by the Montana Dairy Co. = Montana = 1 = PURITY PRODUCTS = ZB n — § *- 803** g South Montana St. s Phone Number Is = --355" 1 IllliHHlIIIHIIllHlim i HlllIHlI YOC KNOW THEM. I know some fi-.i- as in this land, V ; ' steal : But, order chi. - n -alad. and _. • V- ' 3 hash' d veal. CURRENT ATTRACTIONS IN BUTTE THEATERS peoples Hippodrom* vaudeville : Today 'Tha Fiva Young other act«. and tomorrow,, Americana" and fi ANSONIA \^aud«fijl* and moving pictures: Tottay Tha Man,. Man;" tomor row, Pantages vaudeville. " AMERICAN Moving picture.: Today. Seaaue Hayakaw. in "Hash, mura Togo;" tomorrow, "The Spy." ORPHEUM Moving pictures : Today and to moreow. Jack Gardner in "Th* Land of Long Shadows." RIALTO Moving picture,: Today and to * Come Through." ! _ ODD EVENTS IN TODAY'S NEWS TWELVE CARROTS ON STEM <» y o. Twelve carrots at a ,v.tral stem wire sent by Schwere, a gardener. to the ..-rtcultural department. The was produced through trans , .Me criminal plant SOME TREE. o,. ! < tV ruts used in -> the Indian cashew tree ng ■ -.nd.'liMi ink. and three ou : Me. the others used ns nets and preserve wood. THE GERMAN WAY - r-srtcr T . :y-n\o letter? are d to sr<il the one word which, y,- rman. is the equivalent of the four -r Kt. dish tank." or land battle wVch : is w, iked such havoc in •*a machine f trenches." REFUSES $30.000. • -• '.'bird racin' r.t here • as refused y cf 3- .1 th- acceptance of v 1 -. te leaving the : c'-mp her-', it became known > Two wt-ks ago ho received .nch in C \ rad> had died -s : • City valued The THE PRIDE FAINTS reapolis.—The bride faintest and id egrocra collars vd when the ■ veil ca . gl.. Hr- live minutes wall fixture . at fi r th-. wedding, an ' Wedding head. She bridesmaid, The bride LUKE M'LUKE SAYS Ccev-irl-t. t9'S. Cincinnati Enquirer The proud«,? m ment in a boy s lifi thing happens in his dis . -vers that he car. e Hiuh Oust Li ing !s th it whe e lot cf us spend today what w h :o earn tomorn.v . Do not get th idea into your conk th-t p utting on will give you a breezy person Any con mi in can tell you that the im-ges ? sucker on earth is the man who thinks it is he kno e h ' a pretty trained nurse ear. mal < •- si- k man feel better tk hen his '.d ha -A a •m*-n i.-i all c-f the women - W« ' • girl just paint under W» also lam that the Empire Gown ■ :n ? f> I» This is the dregs in which the waist line hit under the armpit*. Thi„ fine Pi , siim Prin e.-s, but a Corn ted «... have to have her waist lin» furthtr down or , hoke to death. S- II.» mer. want the benefit of the aoubt wher, there isn't anj if j-uu do not be land of promise, ju and extend credit t A man consid only have to pay $; to obtain a lieen to get the Light of his Life. A n a later hole lot luibit r- ' nnirhty »h»ap to ''hi-i Î- ' m v n 'i < : nsf « nsider it whoi* 'im ' " ,c ° nly hav '- to r - - thnt this Is a '■ v into business > r ir customers i ou may imagine tha pumpkins as a figh always be able through lifi met soroeor so will you. ° J are some nd that you will your way J1 > ii it Napoleon finally ro-. '! whip him, and Our Daily Special. . thine to s«v : tv, Most Of The Talking. 8 , Names is Names. _[' Ri " h ^ ; ' lndet.en.lrrr» K \ Butte Man Came Home to Die thinking 2 5 " ars ae ° ' carae hum* limit to ii\ KO * cam» hom* ' wi^ks would be my had suffered for 15 j ~ lr0Uble ' 1 ^PPcned Wrnd r» . r, dW ' rt ' atment ° f M.lVlV huUl* at U |h» R d ,nedi and Pdccbased a to* th* fi,.! /" 8 f° re and after 'ak had tor IS y'earr LT ^ lha " 1 of health—thanks t! u . " the best ful Remedy ,fu a.W,e* ^ 0nder - i preparation that remov« ^ i alUy." IhObr.; hC htobuB PtoctU,,; rr»;; 1 T h,oh eau - cm^fj^ , ; m lnc,uai "« r *^nd n i: i refunded at Newbro^'' nC * ° T mor *^ & Rockefeller c'<*. DrU ® a> pRIOn j I AH NEW GOOD I Greater Bartiah Greater Bargain, Tomorrow at Shiner = - The Store That Always Sells for Less $2.45 for best make al m \ mum lunch bucket~jj like picture f $2 *15 Has two large trays inside« extra deep, close-fitting cove outside; cover measures sent inches; heavy hail. Mackern*, eled wood handle ; height 4 lunch bucket eight inches. Ven 99 Per Gent Pure Special New Model I all Styles Monarch Ranges Sold only at SHI SERS CLOTHES BASKETS Made of finest white Willow, extra well fin ished. with two large handles: all new; at special prices. $1.15 $1.40 Large size; cial sale pri Small size; spe cial sale price. . Medium special p Extra larg on sale at IZC. ïÊgkghéL 75c goal ff HODS Ior - ^ VK / A great bargain in a cenr-ous size, all Vf" t rA new japanned coal hod. it is worth 75c, \K ijF but is specialized for Saturday 4P. VSvväLJ at the low price of onk. ^IÜV We Want Your Name on Our Books Shiner Charges No Interest /Zc lor a 10 c _Fire Shovel Wm* Japanned fire shovels with a lOcVCllltt good length handle: substantially constructed and C_ worth 10 c. On sale Saturday for onlv Dv JL 95c = = SB ZBI = = zr= g == = = = —~ = Ç -Of New Heat EE ers . ffrg ß eg f = Makes on the Market, in = eluding the " Perfect " and = "New Century " at Very = Special Sale Prices. EE All Are Elaborately Nick = el Trimmed With Large Nickel or Oxodized Urns Medium size heater (HQ Q(? special price. ..... «Dt'oöO Good size heater, û» -| Q A fT special price. . . tpAO*"I :0 Larze size heat- 0*10 ACT ers. $17.95 and tpxO*5/0 A very extensive line of extra large coal heaters: all new ; $29.85 and. For a S2 00 Mi-New j Perfect Action Car- j pet Sweeper j Mr gany finish, nickel j trimmed, just like picture,i with best bioom action.? No phone orders QK/i i $2.00 ■ UO \> 1 rui I $31.65 p The German I HEATER = Is the Best and Is the Only Successful Dom ; = Draft Stove That Has Stood the Test for 20 Years ; = The German Heater produces no soot—no gas -burns t . — smoke—all parts made extra heavy, and are securely hoi j an£ l riveted together. Doors are milled and fitted EÎrtig » = most ^ e£ tutifully finished heater on the merket. = $5.00 Down Delivers a German Healer = to Your Home. ZB S ° ver ISORsnûes at Leaa Than V 2 Pfj Si I = Pay Only $5.00 Down to Have Any Range in the = Cl.;».. Cl________, . îrl ___ UnMD = s LEE : S , = ^~r S is M fl r 1 1 q è f •v' -Ÿ ' j iS — S M S i S i i '1 j Shiner Store Delivered to Your Honte Let One of Their High Class Ranges Work for You in Your Kitchen These ranges have all been take» in exchange for new ranges, e' j range offered has been refm* ] ^^and will give you good servie ■ Among the many are the P en ' n * tt lar, Art Royal. Universal M 0 / 1 j, Majestic, Acorn, Charter Oak j other good makes you kno about. Cost when new $40.00 to The sale prices <P 1 fw I are as low as......fP *- 0 * ■MUM furniture-hardware a Ilf!