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y/\VA VA'OîVy/ m OOOOOOO'C»^ $1.50Î For $2 Covered =E casseroles" = -arge size, highly glazed Ü earthenware white porcelain = lined, with ebony finished S handles and nickeloil pierced == frame; with four ö»| CA = feet; $2.0« value.....= FOR $1.25 ALL NEW COM BINETTES LIKE THE PICTURE grade all new, full size combinettes with heavy bail and * Made of white crockery ware and will give dee. Sale tomorrow only, $1.25 combinettes only ■ Shields $1.00 Boys' Sleds $1.75 heavy galvanized iron and fl*-| AA I very special sale price. «P A •"/*/ , TWO BOXES FOR 5 CENTS i of good quality tacks or shoe r Tth 10c sale tomorrow for only «/V. Steel runners, patent steering geai U? 1 z-z and extra well finished; $4.50 to. *p J . I »A == LINOLEUM AT ONLY 69 CENTS Ü eavy print linoleum, ht ini»; size of tit room ; cut to measure; 95c grade, sq. y = = = = = = =2 = = = = == Heavy print linoleum, bring size of the ~ le of Fine, Semi-Porcelain j Dinner-Ware | ]-gn!d line, also all-gold-bordcr dinner sets, at almost half price. Made of line semi- porce- ^z I the new patterns anti very attractive borders. This ware, if bought in the market today, ^ be duplicated for le^s than twice our sailing price. Oechsli bought previous to rise in — I'riee and You Receive the Direct Benefit. ~ FOR $9.50 DINNER SETS semi-porcclain dinner sets with gold cannot be bought for d*r DP $9.50. Oechsli sale......»Pu.Ou rder $9.95 FOR $18.00 DINNER SETS New and beautiful combination gold-and-grcen border; all large pieces; fine semi- Ü*Q OfT = porcelain ; 48-piece set ; worth $18. *])♦/. «/«A êS = orted Sauce Dishes and Berry Bowl PC« = Ih $1.50 lor Only 1 = ~ sauce dishes and berry 6owl ; made of finest glaze ware in a handsome blue I£ $1.50 value, tomorrow only.............................................. t *J\s Your Attention Is Directed to Special ^ West Window Display = Fiber Rocker's, Chairs and Tables y A SOLID CARLOAD TO SELECT FROM -1 ZZT Made of best grade fiber and finished in dark golden, old ivory and frosted green or brown. Upholstered back and seat in = tapestry or best grade cretonne. The illustration represents = one of the many designs in our large display. ^7 Prices from $28.00 !0 ................... '*» • • g=j Big Floors Completely Filled With New Rugs, jj Draperies Bedding and Furniture j§ By far the largest and most complete stock we have ever had. = 1000 rugs on patent revolving racks and our stock of draperies, portieres and tains is new and up to date. Prices are the lowest, consistent with quality. = 6 play New Heating Stoves LL SIZES, AT SPECIAL PRICES, OWING TO BACKWARD SEASON re exclusive selling agents for the Great Western heater. The Great Western will warm two rooms while any other stove is warming one. BUILT RANGES Guaranteed for Service the Same as If They Were All New narch Raitfles at §35^ narch ranges, good as the day they were bought, CQPj —prices. $40 and....... MAJESTIC RANGES AT $2800 ly Majestic ranges, good as new; rebuilt sale 1W Other Good Makes of Rebuilt Ranges at pnees ^ J D ' «ÖS 'reb^uilt'heater at oechsu s and save nearly one-haef OECHSU adway Greater Values^ 44 West Broadway S LOSSES UGH HOG CHOLERA ÎÏ9V- «•— Hog (holers anlmals last year to have -n soldiers a meat ration a half months, the depart, ment of agriculture announced today. Thla enormous loss, the statement said. was unnecessary. hog cholera to i large extent can he prevented or con- j ^ (h h vacc ination. dlsmfec- | UU arantine of infected | 'ion ana i herda llfl PAQCPnRTS FOR IVU rHOOrun iö v RUSSIANS TO LEAVE - Petrograd Nov. à— No further pitas- 1 mrta *»' '«»»«<• "> R«*«'«« desire to leave the country, saya the ■ Novoe Vremya. . I FOR NEW STATE Document for Poland is Pub lished in Berlin— Diet to Elect a Ruler. Ihrlln, Honda y. N< «..aXT'.'i.'. mi..- i.ur:.nn.|.nH »mi J^J' r .Hl». In* til«- follow!!. Poland to be un It. I annul state. In vl. w «.f the fa« iMlmi« percent» l« in of th<- i tom an « >iih< ini will ho of the- usifi 'I'lu f atholl« lnm » ItiK th«f ofll»-dal roll i< linns and official « «n that full fn - d«»m «.r 1 • ui'liHAfed. Til« Mt a t«* lM to I . arrliy. III»! «Uct to < «»ntrol the dyn -t < « «Horalilji. If th* I ut tin <m «nt I >! ! hl« crown. Tli« fin |»r« ■ lud» tin. iioh .iLi , miiortty or' Û Em« In ohliu-i hum«* rtiid 1 thro SiT# Silt NOTEE Staple an.) Tu A «lîiuarht I",' 1 , Th „ .... Artt.'iS Z*r( Dakota .Htr— » * p'NJl't to I«av I morning for Americas* Le. ==jh.r huabund. ut ,. r , monlh Bf „. nt in th .. uuthern «tat.-s "iron" ^returned «•. ). m, KourUa of az ' - '■ IT,;."/£". \ 1820 booth of South Idaho Ht.ro C.Hl} Will first ho j ney th 77'. nary zdiat r special »«-rvicea of i«ction with the rms The morning m«-t.uy held ^t 11 o'clock, wili of Mr*. Frank Kanria aft «- moon meeting Mr*, will lx- in charge for the 1 Mr*. Klixabeth Black z.nd. leman of South Atlantic •turned from the east, •nt the pA»t five month« •t and friend«. il G i • rs W. J I »avies of 161C -nue are the proud par y girl. The child is their mother and Izalx an- do - ! Dewey. Meat, Groceries and Hard promptly delivered. 1403 ne ZliZW— Adv. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Shields of South W: omkng street, left ye«t-rdn> • f or p., - h* -.ter. Minn where Mr Shit-Ms v ! receive me«3fcal treatment. Mar Tibbs and Mrs. S. S. Hart re gueets of friends on the for a few «lays. H- K-neven of Hast F'ront street ieft last niwht for Denver, where he was called on account of the serious illness of a brother. Mr and Mrs James Bateman, for m . r re-!*i* ' t3 of the south s.de. ar* 1 in the ci'- for a few «iays from their ranch r.e « r Twin BridfteM and are vis itirsr friends. — Frank Mwbic of Kvans avenue has gone t North Fiakota to spend the winter PRIVILEGES EXTENDED BY CLUB TO SOLDIERS I The Silver Bow club has extended . the tn '-'»res of the » luh to the soldier t>o;. s on duty here. President W M Tu .h: made this announcment today on beh.Uf If the board of dire, tors Th" privilege* Of the club «rill t« extend.",) to the soldiers every Monday 1 *„d Thursday.' said President Tuohy. ' The h °L* IT w *- k ' om '' at ,h «' tU '*' ■ at am hour after I momtn.-a of the— o'clock in the days TODAY and until Thursday ' • f;. '1 . 1 Mr, I D0UC FAIRBANKS in "THE MAN FROM PAINTED POST" It's a Fairbanks film from end to end but a different Fairbanks film. It's a whoopin', tootin', shootin', west ern picture and Doug s one Best Bet! "He Who A rri ves Earliest Gets the Best Seat" PHOTOPIAY HOUSt best VTO SPANISH MINISTRY OUTLINES ITS PROGRAM Madrid. ~ r.N terial declaration, whi after a cabinet meetir tentlon to the ex thrr-u^h a hi h the cf lh«se conditiom. the differ u-sed m, r»ite t«.-mporarily a bin el v.\ the fo the tinue the 1 oiicv of neutraiit) summon a ne parliament «-le« dej, enden tly of ail «îovernmenta ference. SHEEPHER0ER DIDN'T KNOW U. S. WAS AT WAR Baker. Ore. Nov. 5.—Kate WU*on. a*« 25. -hee: herder •'•r*-.«»«*d it F --s 1, Ore., as a draft evader, did r* t kn • the United States - as at war. or ar - r. , COKE WILL MAKE THE HEAT YOU WANT Lower your heating cost« for the winter months by mix ing COKE with your coal. You will get better results for less money, besides less dust, dirt and inconveni ence. A call on the telephone will bring the coke to your door. "At Your Service" The Montana Power Co Butte District. by federal To Cu'* a Ccd Take LAXATIVE BROM« Dro* vaXj rei - net tunc*? K. W GROVE - *wrr.*U»r* SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST LOAN OF S3,000,000 IS MADE TO RUMANIA THEN IT HAPPENED.