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Published every evening ex cept Sunday by the Butte Daily Post Company. 26 West Granite Street, Butte. Montana. Entered as second-class mat ter Jan. 29. 1913. at the post office at Butte, Montana, under the act a* March 3. 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, one month ........ $ 53 Daily, one year, in advance 5 30 BRANCH OFFICES Anaccnda.....2C3 Main Street Dillon.....13 South Idaho Street Deer Lodge.. Deer Lodge Hotel J. P. McKinney. Special Agency Sole Eastern AdvL Agsnt 33-* Fifth Avenue........New York 122 S M'chigan Ave- Ch .-age TELEPHONES Business Office ...... *53 Editorial Rooms............1015 ANACONDA Business CP re 65 CHANGE OF ADDRESS to ordering paper ctumjre-i tc tire address, mention old address also to 1nstl re prompt e v er > P* : r r.s wtl' ol*! se the company by re port tnr faulty delivery of the pu per. Make checks and money orders parable to the Butte Dally Post. Con of Th# Post is a Member of the Audit Bureau of CircuUt»cn Merr.be- of the Assoo ; ited Press The Associated Press is ti.'lu •Ivaly entitled to the use for re poblWaÜoa of ai! news cred.ied to 1: c*r rot otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. M NDAY. NOV EM ! ER BUTTE S RED CROSS DAY his associates. know alrea«i> Butte's hospiu-.i fact th - t •rd. is taken the ad prevailed at the t made for pro., measured in mom help. Of coarse will be pleased tc part of the story fact i.- that the respect to duties dis harmed ant experience say that the bi Pu&d Cross share. t . 1 Butte will do its ONE GUESS While in San Fran isvo Senator fummlns of Iowa told an audience that the war will 'ast three 'oin and cost eighty billions. His comment was that "the man n the United States who will not do his utmost to susta.r. our cause and make our fortes strontr fer victory j Is not •« orthy of American citiser.ship. , One man « gue*« is sr about as another s her it ornes t • ' - ' take to a- -un.- that the enemy b , , Marly exhausted and the triumph j ndant ; our side at hand. We ha reaoK/n for the belief that if it la**« thr*-e years it will cost us more than eighty billions, judging by the present run of its finances. That calculation cannot dismay us » t1lus * u " 10 «' auat ' B*riou* a» the money item is, the more impressit fact is that the toll In life and men that we must pay win be mon severe than most of us are anticipating. It is to be hoped that they are right who are of the opinion that the dif ference* which have recently become rife within Berlin's official and par liamentary circles will have much to do toward hastening the war's end These three years have demonstrated the asioqndiug might of Prussia's mili tary machine; the emperor and bis intimates, the event proves, hud full reason to assume that it could pretty nearly whip the rest of the world. Always hitherto this machine has been absolutely under the sovereign's control; if the neu developments in-; yolve disputes concerning the running of it that will be very helpful for the entente side. We are to have in the fact that the Reichstag ha right whatever, under Germany's stitution. tv . uallenge the emj'i mind vlusi' . U that relates he removal of . The recent IN REAL WAR This first K: United THE POSTAGE RATE rspapers that finding themselv :> the c) good n t with the daily bulk. . to make a good deal au n the P =t rem 1 1 .. keer tra k of the t ill the pub e by the local letter writers from the two , the percent il in this citv's • ir-re, compared ; it was enough extra work, and v rates. ••Drop" THEY HURT THE CAUSE ula A me the pro-German prot ■> create diss&LU________ ru-ans with the conduct j continue to give the au Washington a great deal Every effort is being itralize the effect of the that are being concocted irculution to hamper the i I thpriiies at c .f trouble. to m f a .. r . ation .. tir ,j r ut j nt j- c ernment. Reports of sea and army disasters, j involving enormous alleged reverses , to American arm« and great loi life, have been conjured up and adroit! mouthed alx-ut to create the belief th t • n • emment . - Informal hara-*er when am nvm.r r - n,ira '* r wn * n * a s a matter of j fact, if lhrr , ; receives more prompt and complete publicity than any other it is that »'hich deals with American reverses ami casualty list has carted out with the determination that all through the war, no matter | how , onB „ ma; . laJit the Amerlcan gowrnment -----■ people shall have the bad news as it develops. It is realized that to cover up bad news would have a worse effect •n the long run than to give it free and immediate publicity. Of a part and parcel with these stories about disasters and casualty lists is another species of propaganda designed to discourage those who might give aid to the Red Cross. It is asserted that the Red Cross is honeycombed with parasites draping fat salaries and that sweaters and the e the « ^ host but f sons noth other articles of comfort and eloth :::g made by women and forwarded for the enlisted men are appropriated by the officers or by civilians through whose hands the articles pass and that f them ever reach the per whoni they are intended. by t ht t rament ï dissatisfy •se i er or is ai re denounced L'ross as infamous fabriva d by the Kov riot i MKv >\ ore tellig« .'TUC > bur eau to t-route >n w ith the war is the! a n 111U , V till outihout the] i the ti*t\ phoid serum the > , ruits is t *m»si ng numerous g the military . forces. The rdlnjr to the re»x»rt ctr- j "he; etvd U|* to \trues* of j bind m the 1 the loading suits of the serum, i without experiem » ■ Treasure state, in ios of the state 'd that a mem 'So of these ab »1 effect is th« e authorities at should be devoted wholly eal problems rai THIS DATE IN HISTORY •YKMl'.KR 5. urteenth and last sessh tal Congress opened \ ic ted and fined l—p. Gain let organization to keep memhranccs of the Polis freedom. 1901—French fleet sei/.« ish ports, which Porte settled the nned a s dive the struggle ■ed three Türk in id until the î claims. THE ANNIVERSARY IN THE EUROPEAN WAR NOVEMBER 5. 1914— Great Britain officially an noun-td state of war with Turkey. 1915— British submarine E-20* sunk b> the Turks in the Dardanelles. 1916— New kingdom of Poland pro claimed by the emperors of Germany and Austria. 1 CAMPAIGN FOR Four Millions to Be Raised for Benefit of the Soldiers in Camp. nation j for the hington, Nov. 5.—An intensive ami aign to obtain funds :amp community recrea tion sen i. e was begun today and will continue throughout the week. From ■ -.ist to ■ oast an army of volunteer workers are soliciting subscriptions for a fund of $4,000.000 needed to provide wholesome surroundings for enlisted i men in communities adjacent to I country's military camps. The movement, which is under the direction of a national committee of which John N. Willys, manufacturer of I Toledo, O.. is chairman, is the result of an effort on the part of the navy department com the department and ..... missions on training camp activities to mtotMMlenmad * aiIors " hen the >' are on temporary leave from their training quarter« Th< f nd ra tod Is to ha used in ! * uch organized work as follows: • Building of community clubhouses | of athletic contests outside the cam I s for soldiers and sailors, with all the advantages that ( the a vemge club yossc-sses In the way 0 f athletir contests swimming pool, billiards reading and writing facilities and numerous other features. OUCH! "Doggone my corns." said Mr. Coot, "You'll think I am a faker; But every time I plant a foot I seem to reap an acher." Itching Rashes -Soothed With Cuticura <o.»a«c. OhOMlM.^ Me. If Tongue is Coated. Breath Bad. Stomach Sour. Clean Liver and Bowels. (live "California Syrup ice--a teaspoonful today sick child tomorrow. If your little one is |h. .»If-sick. Isn't re •sting. ai i-tiiiK naturally h >ok, Mv ti n*n»e is coated. This is ti • a its little stoma« rii. livei •e eh'Kk'ed with W aste i, rltable, feverish, si [otmieh b; id or has stoma« •h-aeln Sv re throat, full of ' cold. s l 'ootuul of "Califor nia Syi at id in a few hours all the l't >ison. undigested food a: pt ntly moves out t f its l NV ithout gripu , and you l Pi > ful child aim in. Mothers can rest th is harmless "fruit luxât n r fails .«ml In it ne els and stomach and they dea pleasant taste. Full l abiés, children of all ; grownups printed on each Beware of counterfeit Iruggist for dir. 'alifo up of FI ide bj *T:t MONEY AND SERVICE This hank will give you a .i,n lar's worth of real service nnJ help for every dollar dtp. - ited here. Now. more than anv nth i time, our service and facili ties mean a great deal to vor. Bank your money with us We stand ready to hack you if you need real help and < couragement. And bank with us todav. I Paid on Savings Account and Certificate of Deposit OS. B BU-T CAPIT 101 West Park Street The Dental . nice Old iffice off, Reliable - you the best Best Set Teeth $10 nd bridge Ci for old fillings .... Gold inlays .... Porcelain fillings \nut 1 gam fillings Painless U, per tooth, ... $5.0« $1.00 to $4.00 $2.50 I p $2.00 to $3.50 ..$ 1.00 lions. >nl> middle-aged, gentlemanly op jators are employed, who arc spe ,n l * u ' treatment of diseases >f the mouth and teeth. All Work Guaranteed. The MontaBa Dental Co. , 1UI ' Xorth Main St. Jffue hours— 8:3« m . to 8 m . Sundays—11 ,,i. t„ l „ 1 . In Rutte 25 Years. (H h RKL1ARI F CORNS <? hetc'5 the mm for you NOT a salve—NOT ____ mon ethereal liquid .but a very simple tn-atment which costs anuîKiat and insist Kenuine H KO -FINO V/CORN 1 PIASTER ^ P *S *zs za it there three nights successive] v Th» #«* " and get «U1 druKKiats. New Butte. Notice to Public Tip-Top shoe shop, 423 Main street, will resume prices for repairing. HOSPITAL CAMOUFLAGE. uniforms have re duced white ones among the British lospital surgeons, and British hos ntals aro also being fitted in green nstead of whit«t because the color is ■aster on the eyes of patients. A TOUGH YOUNGSTER. Milwaukee. Wis. Although Antonio veuce 18 months old. fell from the •d to the top of the playing, and ived slight bi HOOT MON! . — The British g to the Daily Expr« making its first « of the manu I'm tland. On the will depend the to England, lit PATRIOTIC WHALES.' ireka. Cal. Vessels arriving small ports t o the noil h report hui «lieds of whttl os. porroist y and dolphii off Trinidad head, nr purontly tan and ready to be caught and served lieu of beef. . ns suggesti [Hi h\ the foi adiuinistratioi While no attempt t o Place wha meat on the made, seven market hr l\ 1 local is as yet be« fishermen n watching the turn of events, and vill nt olphins BOY ADMITS MURDER. I Los Angeles, Fal Arthur Templar. < «rippled, homel % ss waif, seeking s h cite • and food in the San Pedro i>«> liée St Ht ion. confess '«1. the police here say, t lut he felled vIth a brl«-k young Edwa d Anderson of Aurora. Ill , wlioso b««d\ was found ne ir Van Nuys in a shallo v grave who re the boys were The boys, accord ng to the alleged « onles «ion. quarrele 1 ovor who should b«. th« "Pirate capta in." ami the crlp Pled Templar boy. loslng in a fist fight. st.ru« k down Anderson with a LUKE M'LUKE SAYS opyright, 1916, Cincinnati Enquii A mat often thinks what a lot of things h would do for the poor with h\s mom y if he didn't n eed it for him s< f » *ne rc ason why we v\ ould like to be a mlllior aire is because we coulil dress as we «liigR.rfU) » pie ised and we wouldn't l*e forced Io U *ep up appear If a m m was as caref il of his health as a win urn is of her c« mplexion most ot the doctors would wta ay be so timid tlint he from a rabbit. But h. always game enough to fight a bill. There are a whole lot of husti inumg around today who would I, dead long ago only they made ere too I. th minds to die. It is • entire million drinks - of fr Fays blam After yoi be idea that wouldn't he such Ma hing for one man ir nvn valuat sick af ter he has had tamarack and eaten lunch cheese, he al ii on the cheese, meet some men you got compulsory eugenics had thing after all. patriot who used to eat a course dinner is now doing his bit tr eating a coarse dinner. When you h; never have any who will supplj Some men ai jobs bee of the I k '<* money to burn you trouble finding friends the matches. ' always hunting for " 18 ® ,lu 'V lot th,- Great Issue ay interfere with their work, a pretty dumb man who doesn't airnial, p",., r y to t„- able to mis ■-m, thing now and then. ou see In other peo mueh like your own ...aykeyouwouidn , ,, 0O g niM lhem ^ if you want to sell advice some profession. It advice, get married. quote If the faults pie were not » take up you want to buy Our Daily Special. Havt- M(iro Contidence In Yourself And J.ess In Others. ,s<lf Names is Names. Texa/' RUS " " vos at Klng.iand. PAW KNOWS EVERYTHING Paw" itn"oil iR an "Ptimist? An ontimist is a man who be eajx-rirnre is worth the my son. price he paid for CURRENT ATTRACTIONS IN BUTTE THEATERS ansonia Vaudevitia and Today and tomorrow vaudeville ,i x act,. n 9 pictures: Vantages Spy." American pictures: Today, "The ORPHEUM . pictures: Today EIU w = u in "Spotted Lily." * a HaM , RIALTO F.Trb.„" k B . P, '' Ur **4 h : 0d i y - D - 9 ' a * Painted Post.'» * M * n Fror ** peoples Hippodrome vaudeville- o and tomorrow, "Tan n Today •nd five other .ch ° m * =MILKs America's Great»,t Industry Greatest because the life of milli ons oi babies depend upon it, because the health vitality and strength of the notion rent „ its milk supply. Without milk no home can exist. It ,' s ^ one food that we cannot do without, h not only builds life, but helps you to fight disease -IF IT IS CLEAN, PURE MILK No Other Food is Cheap to Buy Chit-ken. eggs, beef, codfish—Foods that vou think iafr pensable are luxuries in comparison. If ,„i!k cost SOcer cent more in Butte it would still he cheap, t„, j value/ sidered. compared with other foods that are bought eve, day in every home. The Price of Milk Is Dependent Uponthi Cost of Producing. Handling and delivering it. With the com of every artidt of farm produce rising, no wonder the price of milk is higher than in normal times. But milk must he and is. sold at the lowest possible price in keeping with the cost. H&ve Faith in the Mon tana Dairy (2o. Butte cannot afford to accept milk less rich in body building materials, less clean in the handling than is offered by the Montana DairyQo At great expense this company has equipped its plant to produce milk not only good for you to u in vour home, but positively more nutritious, price considered, than any other food. DON'T DRINK MllJtl EAT IT-It's a Food And It's indispensable in Every Home in the World For Economy's Sake 1 For Health's Sake 1st Double Vour Milk More Milk All tin Order—Do It Now \ Time And for Your Family's Sake Use Pari) Milk Sold by Montana DairyQo 803—-South Montana Street 803 Our Phone 355 RIPPLING rhymes By Walt Mason. HAIG. Vie hear a lot of other men who'vt done artistic figh-in?'* aig. who s won, again, again, is unknown at this »riMt oes " 1 hand our Haigish news to eager-eyed reporters, nor • mit to interviews which might be called rip-snorters. He hunt the feature" gent, or leave his post forsaken, to fa Ç e ' ÏJ ' n ,, a ,t ent ani * Have his picture taken. 1 know not it hesS ,, j tall. I ve never seen his photo; but whether he is large or siM getting William's goat, oh! Some colonels view the haH « J } in ^ ^ kl Dorado, but he who plays the mighty g aine ,s 1 e shadow. I know not how he wears his heard, or ls *. or ' Hut more and more his strokes are feared, and growing paler. I've seen no pictures of his wife, or of his s J aughters, or of his ancient home in Fife, beside som !,, n ( waters. The grand stand looks for him in vain, no ga^ nown him. but when the Prussians plant their slain, they ; Z 6 ' 1 '« 8 " him ' With him fhere's no such word as can ., îi stades affrighting; great man! like our own silent Grant, he and keeps on fighting. __ __ ***» y i ^ ewr# SpTendid Result* Behind This Grand Old Blood Rem S S. S - S. S. I. Sold by Ev.ry Drug„i.t ^ ^ the Lend. medieme has been on the century ever market for more than half _ „ m P ° PUlar toda T than be . aur ® It baa genuine For ovor ntT Kenuine merit. ™ tt i® ^ be6n daneeroiiQ °™' lt ls from any maJu frJL " chemical., and 1. r ^L and h « r *» of the for th, ££L a *ï™>*»* handed down by Purifier h^ ** a blood today ther. uZw «»read that wher. ^ a0y - Mnce he haa beetle k 4 .® 8 8 Bvor a s , OBan *n bualneu. * 5 ". ha. woq It. popnUrtty atrlcUy upon its merit. It searche» purties In the blood and r r0 ;■ I Inn tee them from the ^ without an equal for such ^ bles as catarrh, rheumatism ( malaria, scrofula, etc., and tonic ls In a class to Itself- ^ m 8. 8. 8. should be taken are run down and are rudenw. ( loss of vitality. It w* 11 store the appetite and add BÇ and vigor to th# entire sysfff^ , Tou can obtain S. E 8 drug Mora Demand the iJj for onr valuable lit^'"^ il advioo. «nt l<* Bpeelflc Co., 1«-K S* ln ratter. Atlanta. Ga