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WOMEN'S HANDK'FS'
Of Sheer Pure Linen and 25c Value
18c
W men'» pur» linen r_an«lker
etiitrf» of very -'Leer and fine
quality . c**Iorcd or white de
sic» embroidered in the cor
ner : are hematitched : 25e raiue
on a Bperiai aa!e tomorrow for
EIGHTEEN CENTS.
'hairbow ribbons'
Taffetas and Moire: \ alues to 50c
19c
Sp'endid hair bow ribbon*. ir
cludinjr taffeta* and moire» in
fine y eds* and aatin stripe ef
fects : ia white and assorted
color* : value» a* fetch a* Me
and excellent quality at that
NINETEEN CENTS.
For W omen ; a Regular 65c Value at
45c
Women* fiber *i!k hewe in
black, white and all street and
ermine ihate. made with 9
mck !a*ie carter top; double
wie : !a»:e heel and u.w> a «5c
■ a'-je or. special rale tomorrow.
FORTY-FIVE CENTS.
à
'FIBRE SILK HOSIERY) 'WOMEN'S NECKWEAR
Ne» ideations: a Full $1.00 \alue at
59c
Beauty neckwear
V..
_______ neludintr the
_____ creations of stocks and
jabot» ; trade from fine net* and
are daintily trimmed with lac» ;
recula rl y 11.0« and an excellent
value at that 'Her * —Trow
FIFTY NINE CENTS.
'NEW KNITTING BAGS] (LAMBSHIN
A Recent Shipment; Full $1.25 Value *
75c
V
A new shipment of splendid I
knitting bag*; they are made I
from first-rate quality of ere- |
tonne and in a wide a.*»ortm«*nt
of color combinations ; all the
latest models : $1 25 value for I
SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
SECOND DAY! SALE OF FjNE SUITS
Choosing Satisfyingly Complete; Former Prices $45 to $65
!\
} ' S' c
l,L,
U
BUTTE AGENCY GORDON AND FERGUSON PURE FUR LAW FURS
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF THESE CELEBRATED PRODUCTS AWAITS YOU AT THIS STORE
• :-a!K <-.-•* •.'■** noRno\ ii.t FFRf.isnv FI R 1 ; ma. he bought with the assurance that the fur is ju«t what it is represented to he
workmanship. Full a^ortment of these célébra te.l fu'S. including fur garments
People gene-ally fcr.o* tbs: GORDON and FERGUSON FI RS ma
thet the very highest degree of excellence is expressed in the workmanship
i-.i -rai; fii-s a-e sh:wr. a: Symons Beaver coney civet cat. cross fox. Jap mink
-accoon -ed : \ sable, squirrel, etc. A complété assortme
lynx, marmot, mole, muskrat, nutria, opossum.
Prices are very reasonable. j
BUTTE'S PREMIER TRIO OF WOMEN'S WINTER COAT UNES
EACH OFFERS BROADEST SELECTION AND EACH IS GOVERNED BY MATCHLESSLY LOW SELLING PRICE
■'* W omen's Black Plus h Coats New Cloth and Plush Coats New Plush and Cloth Coats
:$28i
NINETEEN-FIFTY EACH
$24
.50
The big lin» ! Coat* of
pom-nom. kersey, ch* ; v r.
mix*, ares and shadow ; . - -
new style is represent«'. U-ami
seal trimmed models ; a. - -r- i
selling. *. special ralu
RFKNTI
Wonderful Î Word velour coat». |x>m
pom coats, kersey roatü. cheviot coat»,
black plush coat», etc., in betted and
loose models galore . also coats of
broadcloth and English tweed* in
cluded in the lot ; special tomorrow
TWENTY-EIGHT FIFTY.
To Reduce the Cost o/\ ^Wnnlfinich^
Tiling, Use Symons " ft 1111111111511
rffi^MISThfoatatPFt^V
1 ^ ^owiaiafORmtreoffÿ ^.75 p r
Blankets
/aprons are very cheap'*
The Assortment?- Are Big and Generous
At 35c
•verall
Aprons
THIRTY- F I VE cVvnT
At 50c
At 85c
«■men made from j«er
> xiv • light and <iark ; at
EIGHT Y -FIVE CENTS.
At $1.25 r„T
coveraii .«tyles ; are rr.ad
from pink or light blu
Irreale : ruffle trimmed
1 ONE TWENTY-FIV
ned .
J
'Woolnap
Blankets
- Of full double-bed aise
and fluffy ; a I . 1 *
riety of beautiful plaids
full 14.75 ... .n -ale
v $31 5 Pr v
"To Reduce the Cost of
Living, Use Symons "
nomen
Regular
»1
25
■ Mm
fitting
ONE
r
t .
th
1
V
$715
^ j
REPEATING THTÎ* GREAT S \LE OF
FINE TRIMMED HI
1 C ^astle. lupid. Senlner and H.
■ Creation* in a Very RrnadVt
VALUES IP TO $1131
Briefly, it's a very wond rftil group of
lutl very becoming triinnu l hats. Urge and
hats bearing such labels t -t!.. Cupid, RaadU
Hyland; materials of the hats »re chiefly iar'
velvets, etc.; flowers, ribbon* .md metal novelties
the trimmings, and the\ uv variously and irtisir
applied; values up t«> . choice at SEVEN Ff
TEEN E\t il
TO $5.95 SMART SHAPES
Turbans, Sailors, t'hin ( hins, Tricornes,
It's a group embracing tlu better classes of >iu
fashitmed from velvet and hatters' plus all the
desirable, fashionable stvl *; black and colors. Vi
up to $5.90 .tt TWO TWENTY-FIVE.
ML Ü1QÜENT
BUILDINGS HEADlf
Last Construction Work at
Camp Lewis Has Been
Completed.
Camp Lewi*, Tacoma. Wof
5 —Practically all wort: ha.-. h-.-n -m
pleted in th** ere* tion of ti *' n«. w
build ing» being erected **ast < f *h*- *,
h< Mpitai for the training battalion.- f
'he depot brigade. Th» gUz e ,-..1
«team h»atirg remain to b** d
f apt. James A. Green». ~ f M
Gen. H. A. Greene, in command ■,( th*
flst division at Camp Urn- and u.
aide on his father's staff, and Cape
Stank man BeudeJ, assistant to the di
vision 'juarteiTnast *-r. today re-r.«-d
communion» as majors. Both offi 1 >
*a»e West Point men.
Kvery enlisted man at Camp I>*ais
will he given a thorough course in
the art of self defense This was the
information received today by Cap*.
T G. Cook, camp athletic director from
Washington. D. C. The first step will
b*- the training of .squad leaders who,
when proficient, will pass their adept
ne«« un to the entire division-. Boxing
I tint rut tor Willie Ritchie pronounced
the system an excellent one.
Sixteen hundred and twenty-four
fourth quota men from Washington.
Montana, Utah. Nevada. Wyoming and
California are due at Camp Uwu to
day All will be Assigned to the train
ing battalion* of the 146th depot
brigade
MUSICAL TREAT AT
ST. MARY'S HALL
One of the musical treats of the sea
son was the entertainment
St Mary's
street last evening
hail on North Wyoming
The following
program vui presented:
Bel action, St Mary's itoyn band;
vee ai «ok». Mias Pearl Lynch, piano
solo. Mms Helen Ferns, four-hand reel,
Hannah Lynch. Tcrenc, H«,t«.
Mike Shea,
_— Katie L>.. .. ullca ,
y'o.iI nolo, Mr.- Rogers; piano duet.!
Mis* Rensie I.>n h and Miss Nellie
Shea «tep dame. Hart Leaby; violin
1uet. Misses Hdna Mackey arid Ada
McGrath; orchestra selection, Profes
«or Rovero and family; dan< e, Mi_
Kitty Tobin and Terence Baxter. vo<Ai
solo. Mrs. Walter I^ee; piano solo. Miss
Florence Harrington. lecture. "Irish
Wit and Humor," Rev Father Eng
lish. Star Spangled Banner." St.
Mar> s tx»ys' band.
NO CHANCE
"You g*-t «hört measure now
then.*'
Observed old Mr. Fluhble;
"But you won't get short measure
when
You get your peck of trouble"
and
« to mots
......... . .......
Officials Believe Pro-German
Agencies at Work to
Hinder Plans.
onvineed that j
- at work to
iduction pro- :
nay be nec-s- 1
vhere the
fore
od to
j
lerous ease« «»f sabotage ha'
'; -r*ed from mill« that are cut
he airplane wood. Labor db
fomented l»y the I. W V
l>e*-n also hampering the go- er*
in building air fleet*.
j mill
luml*er y
.er happt
takes th*- fci
of
edler explosit
that might
vhi<h they ha\
: a definite *abolage
organized by hidde
ust fe^* Htami ed out.
NOT SATISFIED WITH
NEW SHIPYARDS SCALE
__
justment Effected by^he d *
Federal Board.
Beat tit
workers
j the shir
Nov. 5.— Seattle shipyart
ere to meet today to conside
.ird wage scale adopted yes
*rday i»y the federal ship labor ad
justment board in San Francisco.
j The men assert the scale
lower than the wages paid in the plant 1
! of Skinner and Lddy and several other
Seattle shipyards, and it is believed by
■ labor leaxJers that a general reduction
| in wag« wii, resu.t if the new „W
becomes effective.
,—..... ..
ban P McKillip. president of the
Metal Trades council, declared the men
, may strike again to pres* their de-'**
manda for higher wages.
i-------
SPANISH WAR VETS
WILL JOIN PARADE
' Member * of ih(t Spanish-American
I War ' eterans are urged to meet to
morrow morning at 8 o'clock to Join
in the parade that will lead Butte's
' fourth quota to the train. It is espe
• cfally desired by the officers of the
Henrj Lawton t amp that all members
turn out.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
BUTTE DAILY POST
SOLDO VOTE MAY 001
fl FICHUE IN ELECTION
Fully 70,000 New Yorkers
in Training Camps Will
Cast Ballots.
j New
mayoral
: -ueoessf
r ■
1 several
j New Yorkers unde
f i<. N" ■ 5 - Results of the
election tomorrow, unless
candidates receive large
may not be known for
There are 70.000.
in the army '
it! na\ y, of whom 46.00Q in training 1
tri ps are registered and entitled to
»U* in addition many in the over- \
eligible to vote. Suf
frag© leai
SOLDIERS IN FRANCE
i
!
i
Army in l-Yanee, I
'
ARE VOTING TODAY j
:
With the American * ~ 1
Nov. Z —American soldier«,
and marine* stationed in Pa
other French cities and at the
lean g*- neral headquarter« w
legal resident* of New York
oted today for «täte, county and city
ai lor*
officers New York voters with unit*
in other parts of France cast their
ballots last week.
The voting in Paris was done at the
Hotel Sainte Anne, which ia now used
American offices. Poll* opened at
S:30 o'clock this morning and
I -se at 5 tonight The hotel offi
»•ing used (or the balloting.
s, in
imer- !
> are
state, ;
...
rill
LEE ion Will
j
.
I
Will Have Charge of Boxing
latnhpc in Da Ctsesd
--
New- was received lure that !.cc i.ov- '
in*er, well known in Butte, has received
,ions at Camp Lewis. '
PROVIDE AMUSEMENT
Matches to Be Staged at
Camp Lewis.
1
j 1 T' w . en knowu ,n hutte, has received
boxing concessions at Camp Lewis
J »S ' h, .
whiic hl! *
... . . .. . . - —
! hoinc^. s-.lt* I »tl? , |. , * er L. whl,e
J to Butte for manv vear« »n^"business
' ' * • -• *
.» - also claimed that Jack Kiley, who
has lived '» Hutte for many years, will
Ik- the matchmaker. Mr. t.oviugcr will
leave for Lamp Lewis in a day or two
PHILIP HARRINGTON
_
Philip IlarrinBton. who was hilled
in the Pilot Butte mine accident a few
days aco. was buried ,hi.----___
BURIED THIS MORNING 1
________________
days ago. was buried this morning.
j The funeral was held from thc St.
Lawrence cburch. The pallbearers
cburch. The pallbearers
were John Sullivan. Quinn Sullivan,
Michael Murphy, Michael Lowney,
Michael Driscoll and John Downey.
The interment was in the Holy Cross
cemetery.
COL. BLETHEN HERE TO
INSPECT HIS TROOPS
(Continued From Page One.)
vailed each officer by hi» first name
and warmly grasped his hand. As
the colonel and the ether officers
walked from the depot into the street,
the artillerymen came to "attention."
'Rest,'' called the colonel, and he
followed the military' order with
'hello
miliary oraei wun "
•»*»: «'•»* to bo with
gam The crowd and the
of the artitlprx ,.., m n-anio« an.
# î
or the artillery
_______
pladed as the colonel ____
t«» hi* mrior car by Major Drevers
* »ur i den are pleased with Butte*,
vet they aTe anxious to get into ac
i tton in Prance," said the colonel on
Ihis wav up town. We are proud of
the only coast ar- j
the United States
r»r«r« than oh« ro. !
.. ....... .... ....
I rated 100.1 per cent in numbers for 1
i
our men. They
j Kp^ÏT with more than the re
: «Wired war strength. Our men were
1 .....
ar foot _
Am I still in the newspaper busi
! ne*a?" he repeated in answer to a
question. "Not now I am in the war
; business now. and I don't know
whether they will ever let me get hack
to my paper or not.
Spirit of Patriotism.
Wc «ml a wonderful «pirn of pa
triotism un the west coast,'* he said.
People there, as here, are beginning
1 lo WI1 Re up to the real seriousness of
the war ind are beginning to give
their whole support to the military
forces. 1 he draft business has been
marvelous While you hear people
talking of the errors and mishaps of
the law. you also must realise that
perhaps no other nation in the world
j could accomplish what America has
. accomplished in the past sis months.
I One has but to visit Camp Lewis to
^n'dnnt'md'rTb"' 1 ^ ha *
colonel Klethen u, not how
h.ng he will be in Butte. It Is stated
unofficially that he will visit the
.Washington auillerymen at Ana
' f7" ' "' •*' na al >d Wallace. Ida., be
n m r , ^j ?"**. " Keattl ®- He will in
' "* ' K ' :l artillerymen tomiurow
' "* ' K :l artillerymen tomiurow
. NEW TEMPERANCE DRINK
* SUBSTITUTE FOR BEER
Tlle Tmassing of prohibitien laws in
"> a ny siatea haa led to the attemnt to
provide a substitute for '„-er and in
the new drink lievo" tt ta'bSlteved
beveruae ia obtained. ' I^'is ^ot '
'fonru""? " nd t0nU, "' s '«• than one
i^reà v i 0 n r' CCnt ° f a '"uhol. It
| »oda fount linT« K a l<! a ' 3ume of 1,1 e
1 a nooular i ' lnd | r " ,IU " c * to become
| a P«Pular bev orage. The Butte Whole
1
, a IK>D _____
! Bai e o r< Hr ^ eNera * e - The Butte Whole
Silver li ^ mpuny is distributor for
an d Clark Be L ° dKe * PoweH * Lewi*
and
Granits. " J ^ ,e ;"° n '
m™bV n MonU4 " and
GERMAN SAILORS NOT
They Are Held to Be Ship
wrecked Mariners: Return
to Germany.
London, Nov. 5.—According to the
Copenhagen < orrespondent of the
Tim ( ;-. rrn „ n - ..
marv cruiser Mario ^ a " X
ly identVc'.TwUh ,he *. " " I ' par * n , t -i
J luenucai witn the steamer ('roend e
î ly identical with «s», ' ... *
J
shipwrecked vin* tt„„ _____ *_
Berlin.
Nine have gone
The British admiralty on Saturday
__ . , -.....—
T™" e * the !iink,n «
j . 7 Mi . an , S ^ I , FS : ineiudinff .... ..
LTL* cr ' , ' !rlt ' s h naval forces in the
! ^ttegutt. < opt nhagcji dispatches on
the same day reported that the Ger
1 T"? auxiUary fuiiser Marie had been
i destroyed '
in the naval action and that
several German patrol boats, includ
ing the C rocodile, were also sunk.
CRUISER IS ONLY
WARSHIP LOST
armetl
auxillary
as j n t ^ e
Copenhagen. Nov. 5— It j s offi
''Wily announced in Berlin that a amall
de»trmu*r Tr haa ,wn
ST- bUt n ° ° ,h " are
[VINS
TO K ill GUEST
Montana Statesman to Address
Workers of Ad Club
Wednesday.
in
to
in
It
e
gSTST" John M Eva »s will be
"K of tiw Butt 0 r t a | t ^'? dncsd «»'* meet
an^ddX ö H . ewm n '«ke
men of th c chv a'nd li °r '!* c business
ited to be present ,ht ' 5 « arc in
.Members of the ad clnh ... . !
b ?.?L f, i e " ds with them. The Ä *"
»'ill be held at noon i. the Finl-n !
< sum res,man Evans receiltlypaid
n '
visit to Caiup I e 7ri,"*„JT Cn,, r. Paid a
* ha * »* «^al thiî Î' W '" lc " of
a *'>" d 'he ban
Taylor of £
MM- SHEEHAN S EUNEEAL.
Will take JTal: f f ^ ''tblket Sh-'-ehan
her daughter. 4 ^ t '* 1 residence of
West Agate Sheehan. 11 s
ins at 9:10 o'clock ^* dnes< *»v morn
hrated at si M Mas " wm he e»le
°' c,ock mterrn^rm t^Hm, 10
cemetery. Mrs ahlw H ° y Cross
Sunday morning dled early
tour Children. Mr, * urv,ved h*
Patrick. Annie rmd Mitr^
of Butte. "HKe Sheehan, all
BQLSHEVIKI GETS NEW
City's Garrison Passes Under
Influence of Pacifist
Organization.
London,
Petrograd
Petrograd on Saturday, a« reported in
an Exch,,n Ke Tel^sraph dispatch from
that city, representatives of the whole
i « -____ . . . ..
5.—.\t a meeting in
Saturday, as reported in
I that city, representatives of the whole
^
^ uiaa ni
and influence of the Bol
shevik i (the radical pacifist group).
There was great excitement in the city.
Leon Trotzky, president of the cen
* tral exec utive committee of the Petro
" rat * counc *l of soldiers' and workmen's
1 delegates, spoke with great confidence,
saying the soldiers' and workmen's
delegates would come into power on
Sunday (yesterday). Many meetings
were organised by the Bolsheviki.
On the other hand, the Cossacks held
a religious procession, carrying the
cross and their lianners and inviting
the public to participate. There was
the most intense excitement in Petro
grad on Saturday, the dispatch says:
TO ELIMINATE ILL
UNNECESSARY LETTERS
Business Men of the Country
Are Asked to Aid in
Campaign.
New A ork, Nov. 5.—Every business
man in the United States will be asked
to co-operate in a movement to elim
inate millions of unnecessary letters
and other business details In a cam
palitn launched today by the National
Association of Credit Men.
o! ne . ° f lhe first «forms to he ur K ed
w ,e the »VstematlxlnK of office
ruutlne SO as to avoid the writing of
»"»«essary communications. Huhher
sla mps bearing the word ' unnecessary''
! ""' he sent to the heads of depart
men , U ** each business house to be
! s ° D a " letters w, ' k ' h «eserve such
cha racteHxat |o n and
a
s
_ — '"'vc »iiivii ueserve suen
characterization and returned to the
men who dictated them.
The association liopes through the
• imination of the unnecessary letters
thai Persons, girls, boys or men
mil"---
ten men,
* bu », uu;b ur men
military age. can do the work of
n 'n- •
COMMISSIONERS RECEIVE
BIDS FOR IMPROVEMENTS
The county commissioners this after
noon opened the bids for the improve
knoi work , ln 'he Floral Park addition
nown as improvement district No. S.
after*. h Wer * fWe b,d8 and
of them waa deferred^unta"^tmOTraw
at o'clock t o"to
»O e«aml^ m " 1 !" IOner * *" °PPOrtunity
WwA.it.
da, .per,
STELL, I
1
President Approves Neij
ulation of Business—1(
Be Revised Jan. 1
Washington,
.î-, 5 . Pr«4iiMi 1
,vu ... wi'l,
industries board »«*
ufacturer, of fix'«« '""I
to revision Jan. 1. »« c«tsh««<
includifiK sheet
plate.
r fro»)
prices for sheets
$6.25 per hundred i*ounds f. -
accordimr to Brades. On '• M 1
a dtxfottn»"
b. 1'itUhur* «
______ Krudes.
inch black atee! pipe
and per cent, f
cent discount frort
f. o. b. Pittsbunr
The price« for «rf»' '' „rf»
ing point, were: ^ ^mp
IM ,r irroMi ton; ciwt iron w ;l
shop turnings. *20 ** r *
road wrought iron ; »»J»
plain wire price *" p f j 3 -rf . fs*
dred pounds, f- o. b I »"T* b^*
the price l * 11
open hearth _ prwdl f t '" FltU bur«. -■
pound bo*, t. a. k t -y fl
The board „»t » J
steel manufacturers ha« ^0
maximum prie» a' ^ ^0*
5 j;'^e rK ^ni"',ta»d W d « *> * -
Til. U» P*
black. » P«« '" n,lre l£|,d d<« *r
burs: No. 10 blue a»"«"^
hundred iswind*. f p.!l S'!
No. 28
pound*, f. o. b 1 j» mtr pi
to apply to l*oth 1 »
grades. ___.
per8
call.
un, — ... pi
"something seem* 5 t° . m ,
_____Her mcuih *•'
. looKJ ,, '|
Well
nr« 1
Mountain Uon mine.
cLna s.reet. Coroner W"*
Inaaaat later ia th, »««•
grades. ___.
A BAD LOT
When œnor"'
through Georgia a
and said: "° en ^ L J «
stolen my pigs. 10 ''
and emptied m>
stolen ever>'th' nff .,„odn<
immortality: «hank
can't steal that.
"I don't Know
general. "The N
coming along next
— NoltUBBT
The telephone bell
persistence. The doe
about « 1 *
netcentli 1
••Tes?'' he said. worf) il|
"Oh. doctor.' said a
r,m«.t hinP RPCllU* l® -,
to my wife,
she can't say a wor
"Why. she may I
the medical man
"Do you think so
up this way some '"" e d gl
wish you would *i°P
you can do for her.
MINER KILfi*®.,
B. K. Ayfward. a miner ««^
Mountain Con mine. »*•

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