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^CONSTIPATION
hare Mood the teat of time.
Pareil vegetable. Wonderfully
to baa tab blliouaneaa,
Mon and to
nplexlon.
_______ 1
.LE FACES
> Indicate a lack
• In the Blood
's Iron Pills
■ this condition
iDIjE NEWS
1 CITl BftSTILE
empts to Clean Up
d Gets Disfigured
Hintenance.
Nov. 5. I-lurry Totten,
r Lodge Saturday
n I. W. W. card and an
trounce any and all
more than he was look
nded in the county ja»i
red countenance,
became abusive in one
I, and, pulling out his I.
I declared that it was the
|rd and challenged anyone
i. I^ater he offered to
in town, but apparently
uch territory, for one
caused him to change
j
j
I
I
I
IGF INO BUTTE
[0 SCORELESS FIE
and
Evenly Matched
fie Played in Sea
of Mud.
S'ov. 5.—The Butte
school football team and
odge eleven battled to a
at 4he local fair grounds
^tiernooti. the game being
of mud and water,
j&ntfcU an; displays of bril
*The two teams were
plied for weight and on a
pu id undoubtedly put up a
forward passes and
[ plays the visiting team
ter execution thun the lo
advantage was so slight
1 to net them the neces
e for a touchdown.
t
;t
of
ack and forth, moi
I con lined to the center of j
ghea carried the ball for |
number of substantial
Canty at center and Car- j
I
!
-
.
proved their worth in j
,ny times. For the locals J
I back proved to be the j
gainer, though Kading ;
r at the half positions
ore than one successful
last period of play a dis
hen a punted ball passed
*r Lodge goal, Marsh
hut Referee Murphy put
on the Deer Lodge 25
|lay
follows:
Lodge.
... Lintz
■CONTINGENT
LEAVE TOMORROW
Nov. 5.—Tomorrow
talents of the city and sur
prritory will turn out to
contingent of drafted
ave at 10:35 o'clock on a
Beide train for American
to their departure a
form at the courthouse
the station. Everybody
• participate in the ilemon
tMOTT FUNERAL.
Nov. 5— Mrs. T. B.
died Saturday afternoon
|>ph't^ hospital in this city,
Dess' of about three weeks,
•vlcte were held at 10
wing from the Catholic
tther T. F. Landy of
nfotment was made in
mefery- *
was the wife of T. R 1
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Business
Depart
ment
Phone
29-J
THE BUTTE DAILY POST
DILLON BUREAU
1 ^
News
Depart
ment
j Phone
54 Black
1 J
Business Office at Corner Cigar Store, Montan*
and Bannack Streets
FOOD PLEDGE CAMPIIGN
NOW »BOUT COMPLETED
In Dillon There Were Only
Three Refusals to Sign
Pledge Cards.
Dillon, Nov. T». —The food pledge
campaign is just about complete in
Beaverhead county and the response of
patriotic citizens has been most grati- !
Tying. Ninety-nine per cent of resi
dents of the county have signed the
food pledge. In Dillon there were but I
three refusals, and these are the only
j cards to go to Professor Atkinson, who j
I will report the matter to authorities at i
Washington.
I The housewives of Dillon have not j
only signed the pledge cards, but they
I are living up to the pledge. At one
boarding house where 25 men take
their meals the food conservation is ;
observed to the letter. Meatless and
wheatless days are here observed upon j
the suggestion of the boarders ' them- |
selves, and it is indeed unlucky for any
one of the hoarders to even hint of
meat on Tuesday
Wednesday.
of wheat bread on '
FAREWELL DANCE FOR
THE LAST CONTINGENT
Dillon, Nov. 5.—
given this evening
honor of the 10 you
contingent to leav
dance is being
the city hall in
; men in the last
Dillon for the
training camp at American Lake. As
the young men in this contingent will
leave on the early morning train
Tuesday no reception will be held on
the streets of the city as heretofore
and everyone should make it a point
to be at the dance and give the patri
ots a last farewell.
The proceeds of the dance will go
toward the tobacco fund.
MOVEMENT IS STARTED
FOR SKATING RINK
Dillon.
Nov. 5
—A movemen
t has
beer
st a
ted in
Dillon for a
skating
link
this
winter.
Previous exr
erience
has
prov
ed that
Dillonltes mi
ist get
t he;
ice
skating
before Jan. 1.
Fi
cd
'ill iu ins.
an expert ice
build
er.
a w
iling to
take charge
of the
rink
and
conduct
it during the
winter
mon
ths.
There i
a sum of $75
in the
trea
sur y
of the
Public Skating Rink
;t 880
ciatic
n. left
>ver from the
season
of 1
915. v
•hich is
sufficient to st
ut the
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE.
i -, : 'on. Nov. Mrs oAorgc Love
entertained at--bridge last Friday eve
ning in hon
who has he
her home
ladies were
ning and to
with Mrs.
Mrs. C. C. Barn
ii visiting in Dillon fi
in Red Lodge. Twe
»resent to enjoy the e
renew their acquainta
amett.
COURT CONVENES
Dillon.
Nov. 5.
The «listrict
'curt
com èned
this mu
rning for a 1
>ng
erm,
examinât
ons for
the issuing
of n
itur
alizution
papers
being hea
•d.
The
jury will
report
tomorrow.
Me Dermo
t, yard
master at
the
local
M ilwaukc
«• shops
and had bt
en a
res
j ident of the city for the past
| months,
j DEER LODGE BRIEFS.
I Deer Lodge, Nov. 5. Durnan Fitz
! patrick left last night for California
- to join his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Fitzpatrick, who departed last week.
j
J
j
;
W. H. Nelschko
cago the last of th<
position at the L
ompany st«
Ray Webb
for the Milwaukee 1!
a deer Lodge vi
)1, Tom McTugtu
jrduy in attend:»!
rived from ('hi
ck
Me
cept a
pantile
of Mi;
n, claim agent
way company,
>r Saturday,
ms in Hole
at the
urday.
na
' l * j
ing of th* democratic state central j
committee. 1
John Payne of Helm ville was ä j
business visitor here Saturday. j
Geo. V. Davis and J. B. Neville left
yesterday on a deer hunt into the
end of th«* county. I
and Mrs. F. H. Picrcy of Hutte
called upon Doer l.od B v friends Sat- 1
I
daughter was born lo Mr. and
Mrs. George Schuetz the latter part of ;
last week.
H. J. Toomey left on a business trip j
to Plains th. last of th«- w«-ek. __
a business trip I
1
well, in Through Oeing A
l.-ioipieia ï got mv j--
discharge To Pan j
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
&
Thought
'iou were ex -
Pecting To P6
PROMOTED TO
A CORPORAL OR
SERGEANT?,.
I HAD no cock -the captain
said that i inas A Rattling
good SOLDIER IN A RATTUWGJ
GOOD REGIMENT - BUT- f
raising of $35,000,000 to be used ir
army and navy. Senator Benso
California and Mr. Colton were
speakers of the day, and they explt
the work being conduc ted by the A
ican Y. M. C. A. in England, France,
Italy and Russia and in the train!
camps.throughout the United States.
Montana has been asked to subscribe
$100,000 and Beaverhead county's share
is $2.000. The sum is small and if
Beaverhead keeps up its record the
$2,000 and more will be
Pearl I. Smith is chairman of the local
committee, Dr. Robert ('lark secretary
find A. L. Radeon business manag
PREPARATIONS MADE FOR
ï. NI. C. ft. CAMPAIGN
Luncheon is Held at Metlen.
Beaverhead's Share
is $2,000.
Dillon, Nov. D.—A luncheon was
given at the Metlen hotel Saturday
afternoon at which 40 business men
were present to learn of the Y. M. C. A.
campaign in the United States for the
in our
The campaign will start No
11 .
CHILDREN HE EAGER
TO HELP UNCLE Si
Youngsters Subscribe a Total
of $7,100 for Lib
erty Bonds.
Dillon. Nov. 5.—The children of the
Normal training school subscribed
total of $7,100 worth <*f Liberty bonds
during the big drive of the second
loan. Df this amount $2,900 had be
earned by the children, while seve
hundred dollars more subscribed v
be earned later by the children. The
children were eager to loan their
money lo the government and ev<
one of them understands the full sig
nificance of the loan and everything
pertaining to the bond issue.
One little fellow made the remark
that he had $100 in the bank that he
wanted to give to Uncle Bam, but
«lid not know where he would get the
$4 a year to pay for the next 25 years.
When it was explained to the boy
that he was simply loaning the money,
not giving it. and that his Uncle Sam
would pay him $4 a year for the
of it he was the happiest youngster in
the
uty.
DILLON BRIEFS.
Dillon, Nov. 6.- Mrs. Roy Chandler
departed Saturday for her home
Anaconda.
Miss Nugent of Grant was shopping
in Dillon last Saturday afternoon.
Henry Fitter was a Lima visitor in
the city Saturday.
Smith Me Knight spent Saturday
Dillon from his home in Dell.
Mrs. James M« Knight was a Dell
visitor here Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. S« ott was an Armstead
visitor in the city Saturday.
Frank Tail was a Melrose visitor in
I)ilion last Saturday
MWfirITEMS OF
GENERAL INTEREST
Ranch Hand Shoots His Wife
and Employer—Wife is
Dead, Man Dying.
Billings, Nov. 5.—Frank Annerer,
ranch hand, finding his wife and his
employer, Sed Tripp, in an alleged
compromising position, opened fire on
j them, killing the former und seriously
j injuring the latter. Annerer sur
1 rendered to the Carbon county au
j thoritics. The shooting occurred
j early Saturday morning in Dry Head
strict, tiO miles south of Hillings
--
I HONOR DRAFTED MEN.
1 Mg Timber Noy. a-The whole
I populace turned out yesterday to bid
farewell to BiK Timbers fourth con
; iingent of «hafte«! men. The bo>s
j
left last night for Butte, where they
I will board the special, train to Ci
Attorney T. J. Davis was
The Triumphal March
°f
mm
YTTHEN we announced
* * Bevo recently, our hopes
were high. We knew that
we had the most unusual soft
drink that had ever been
I r * ■ -V
offered: A beverage com
bining the nutritive extracts of
wholesome cereals, the zest of
choicest Hops, a flavor all its
own, and absolute purity. We
knew this because, true to our'
own ideals, we had experi
mented for years before we
were satisfied to say, "We offer
you Bevo—it is a «different soft
drink—it is good and it is good
for you."
High as were our hopes for its
reception, we have realized
them far and beyond
our expectations.
Bevo today is an
established popular
success. Everywhere
the same question is
asked:—"Have you
tried Bevo?'*
Now, one final word. We
promise you that, in accord
with the known principles of
Anheuser-Busch and all its
products, Bevo not only will
forever maintain its present
high standard of quality, but
as time goes on our great
endeavor shall be to make
this soft drink even more
perfect in every detail of its
goodness.
You will find Bevo at inns,
restaurants, groceries, depart
ment and drug stores, picnic
grounds, baseball parks, soda
fountains, dining cars and
other places where refreshing
beverages are sold.
Guard against substi
tutes. Have the bot
tle opened in front of
you, first seeing that
the seal is unbroken
and that the crown top
bears the Fox.
Bevo—the all-year-'round soft drink
Bevo is sold in bottles only, and is bottled exclusively by
ANHEUSER-BUSCH—ST. LOUIS
Butte Wholesale Croc er Co.
Wholesale Distributors
BUTTE, MONT.
SeeThat(rown3earsThisT0x
à
of the principal speakers. He told of
the work the Y. M. C. A. is doing in
the détention camps.
THIEVES AT WORK.
Big Timber, Nov. 5.—A big posse of
citizens is now scouring the country
north side of the Yellowstone
1 1 locate the thief who broke
store Saturday night and later
horse belonging to Miss Doris
STUDENTS SERVE LUNCH.
I^ewistown, Nov. 5. The domestic
science department will get some
practical experience, starling within
a day or two. The students W'ill pre
pare and serve lunch at actual cost
prices.
CHURCH IS DEDICATED.
WILBUR HAS AN AWFUL TEMPER.
BY ALLMAN
But there was too much Cattle
on account of so many loose
NUT3 IN the REGIMENT f
WHAT f
I got even with him Howevhh —
when « LEFT I Told him that I I
Hoped h»s blamed old war. J
^~ 1 *NQulP be a Fizzle f~~— 1
Wallview was dedicated yesterday. 1
Leon Sweet land, president of the 1
>ntana WYsloyan college at Helena,
•v. K. L. White of Great Falls and •
•v. J. 11. Duran«l of Roundup wore '
i* officiating ministers. i
-
CHARGED WITH FORGERY. 1
,
John \\. Nelson

\»as ;
Roundup, N<
of Ryegate, who was arrested
Saturday on a forgery charge,
taken to Hutte last night, where his 1
rase will be investigated by the fed
«Tal grand jury. It Is allege«] Nelson
forged a check for $60 upon Sears,
Roebuck and company.
—----
Roundup, Non. 5. —Harmon Cantrell,
who
barged with shooting John
" n ', i . vv ;' s , tri , ed öat "' ,ay fur , aH ;
Mault in the first degree, was acquitted
by the jury. Cantrell claimed to have
shot in self-defense. The dispute
arose over th** ownership of a water
hole,

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