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H3TX. W.PAPTK
SVUTtt MAIN
Trouble Solved
UtRO exceed» the income there i» something wrong with
that permits such a hole in the pock et book, in such an event
■rious trouble »ooner or later. The simplest way to correct
|first «et the mind diverted to the proper viewpoint, then adopt
g$ern, economical method» of »hoppin«. Ye», the difference
»nein« that future worries cease, but it takes action to prove it.
EASTERN CONCORD
GRAPES.
Laut car of the season
—extra nice quality,
a basket .........40c
HYSLOP CRAB
VERY GOOD POTATOES,, 50 LBS 85C.
|ve a ear of red potatoes -good size, not fancy stock. When
rived the sack» contained some frosted ones. These were let
couple of wooks that all frost might show up. These are lie
very carefully and only good ones are offered. This i» a good
immediate use; 50-lb lots only, extra special................85c
IkSHINGTON APPLES. | MONTANA APPLES.
Extra fancy quality. j Mating and Cooking varieties.
►x ................$3.40 ! McIntosh, good size, box.......$1.65
|banuna. box........... »3.25 [ Small Malntoah. lira......... »1.50
erg, box ..............$2.75 j Large Alexanders, box....... $1.85
golden, box...........$2.65 , Snow's, fine eating, box......$1.35
box ..............$2.50 Wolf Hivers, box..............$1.40
ilect Table
PEACHES.
I halves, special
......$1.05
PEANUT BUTTER.
A delightful spread, a
good butter saver; .ji
lt» can, special. .$1.25
2V? - lb can.........65c
MAKE FRUIT CAKE
Thanksgiving is <»nl>
about two weeks away
Thç needs are ready,
moderately price
Fana flour.
FANCY RED
Finest rich well
bs of splendid
SALMON.
I results. Satis*
Rich and oily, fino
AGED CREAM
[ion guarantee
flavored, all meat, no
CHEESE.
■very sack; 9S-lb
waste. No. 1 tall cans,
special. 3 cans... 85c
A nourishing addition
■»ark.......$3.75
Can ..............30c
to any meal. LI)..35c
| Convenient Ja
rs LUTEYS
SUCCESS COFFEE
CRISP PICKLES.
nical and appetizini
[Mason jar, speical...
A fresh roasted favorite deliciously
good, decidedly popular, moderately
priced; 3 lbs ................$1.00
25c
CAMPBELL'S
SOUP.
Rxtra special.
Tw
25c
Demonstration of
King's Process
FRUITS AND VEGE
TABLES.
At Luteys west »tore.
See and sample them
(SYS TAKE-WITH YOU STORES ESPECIALLY APPOINTED
FOR THOUGHTFUL, SAVING SHOPPERS.
me savings should interest you in this modern ecomonical method
an......... 43c, 23c 14c R. Ijb gutter, lb .......
1 , 10,1 wn<„.......23c ! SUc^sChllii.iK powder,
: pineapple. No. 1 tall
» fresh roasted créa
for flavor, lb.......
pecial
bottle .........33c
. ... juice, special. ...22c
offee. j ( .j^pr vinegar, pure, bottle..
• 37c j Juvenile toilqt soap, box
I Welch's grap<
s.1.1 . ape
"S. & H* STAMPS ALWAYS AJ LUJEYS EIGHT SORES.
UNDERTAKERS
tlu*
(his city, Nov. 15, Yetia.
to of benjamin Bank; mother
[I I. Holmes, Herbert. Norman,
i Arthur Bank. Funeral serv- j
take place at the family rest- j
North Clark street, tomorrow
in Friends will kindly omit
pNtiS— 1 The remains of Daniel
« re at Sherman & Reed's par- 1
of funeral later.
IHERMÄNJ2 REED
rtakers and Embatuierx
and Carriage Equ*pm#nl
I 131-135 East Broadway
Phone« 57 and St _
IVAN The funeral of Patrick
It ho 5- month-old beloved son of
P"u Sullivan, will be held to
rnoott at 2 o'clock at the
! residence, 10 O'Neill street.
Interment in the Catholic
Automobiles.
M. J. WALSH CO.
Director« and Einbalmers.
Kation 567-309 West Park Street
nobile Equipment. Phone W
F.
1 iii
'lhe
j he
1
j to
I
pi ANC! The remains of Martin
.* expected to arrive this
will be removed to Whit A
king parlors. Time and place of
[will appear later.
SAM rTwhITE
#r *J Director and CnsbalaMf
13* Sont*» Main Street
» 31 1 . Residence Phone 670.
»AN--The funeral of the late
Duggan will be held at the
[ residence, 823 North Montana
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
Interment in Mount Moriah
Automobiles. Friends are
fd to omit flowers.
eaniels~& BILBOA
Mid Knbalmer,
•Î * B<I C«rrl,f, EqalpmMl
. > »» 11» tail Park Strert
Rreldrare Phan, 5822-J
_ Of fir. Always Op.,
fUTTE DAILY POST
^STS YOU ON THE NEWS
STEVENS
Joseph Sieve
The
tlu* fa I
j
j
funeral of the laic
•; will take place tomor
afternoon at 2 o'clock at
lily residence. 149 Missoula ave
occeding to Mountain*View M.
F. church, where services will be con
ducted by Rev. <). F. Wolfe. Interment
iii Mount Moriah cemetery.
VIOL Mrs. Selina Viol, aged 68 years
died this morning at the family resi
lience, 208 South Arizona street, wl
'lhe funeral will lake place at a time to
he announced in later papers, the same
being private. Friends are requested
to please omit flowers.
JOSEPH RICHARDS.
Fanerai Director» and Einbalmera
»Varrington Richards. Prea. and Mar*
I 15-19 S. Montana Street. Phone 307.
LARRY DUGGAN
Reliable Undertaker and Embaln
122 North Main Street
Hell Phone 77 »
PROMINENT LADY IS
Mrs. Yetta Bank Dead—Mem
ber of Well-Known Fam
ily in Butte .
Mrs. Yetta Bank, wife at Simon
Bank of thin t ity, <**«'<• a* lhe f " mlly
resident e, 18 North Clark street, this
morning. The funeral «ill be held
from the residente tomorrow artel noon
at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Bank is a memlter
of a well-known family in the city.
In addition to her husband she is
survived hy her daughter. Mrs. P. I
Holmes, four sons. Herbert of Butte,
ma, in the tTnlted States arm> :
lauds, attending the University of
t-alifornln. and Arthur, in the l nited
States navy.
Little One* and Old Ones
James Edwards. 208 Harriett street.
Montgomery. Ala., writes; 1 »'«P
all night and cough but little, I re
like a new man now from using holey ..
Honey and Tar My whole family *
using it now-the little ones ami the
old ones It has cured our coughs and
broken our colds " Foley's Honey and
Tar clears stopped air passages,
moves phlegm, heals
inefti brunes, soothes sor*
difficult breathing easy
those deep-seated, racking
Newbro Drug Co. Ad' •
raw, inflamed
» chest, makes
, and relieves
located
Whut. asked a reader, has
• »me of
z n SÄ-rÄp
a bridge down with his head.
SETTLEMENT OF
PHONE TROUBLE
Agreement Reached at Frisco.
The Mediators Take Up
Other Cases.
San Francisco, Nov. 15.—An a«r«e
mml averting spread or the telephone
strike to California has been reached
ere IhrouKh the president's mediation
ommission, it was said today hs
nediator. Formal ratification of the
ompaet was expected to follow imme
diately between representatives of or
anlxed electrical workers and oper
ators and the Pacific Telephone and
Telegraph company.
ho agreement provides for a 12Vi
per cent increase for electrical workers
operators receiving up to $50 a
month; the company not to recognise
the girl operators' union, but not to op
pose farther organisation of their
unions, it was said.
forking conditions and hours have
n satisfactorily adjusted with pro
posed increase for operators receiving
more than $50 a month to be left to
future arbitration, according to tho
mediator.
STRIKE LEADERS FROM
THE NORTH SUMMONED
Sa I
have beer
operators and
strike in Seat 1 1
No
t to
15.—Telegrams
mions of telephone
trlcal workers on
'ortland and other
Pacific northwest cities by the presi
dent's mediation commission to send
representatives here immediately to
confer with the commission, which is
seeking settlement of the wage con
troversy involving organized employes
of the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph
company, it was officially announced.
These unions seceded from the Pa
cific district council of the Interna
tional Brotherhood of Electrical Work
ers and had refused to participate in
conferences conducted by the commis
sion since last Monday. Their spokes
men demanded that the commission
conduct negotiations in Seattle, bead
quarters of the newly organized
northwest conference of electrical
workers.
Expect They Will Comply.
Felix Frankfurter, counsel for the
mediation board, who sent the re
quest, said he ''believed the unions
would comply."
Refusal of the company to recognize
operators' unions in those cities and
failure of previous mediation to effect
sottlemonf Hoèuhed hi the ^triko in d*»
'fiance of ; ordersiterf, torothfolj^ndt pffi 4 -
rial».
It was unofficially announced today
by one of the employes' conferees that
the commission has endorsed Federal
Mediator Varner Z. JJeed'rt recoium^n ni
dations (hat" the company grant,recog
»»itiöd to the gltl I*0«rrotot6, the 1 kh 1
WVt.which negotiation« previously at
tempted by Reed, a member of the
president 4 «, commission, split»
y he emplrijW demands ktlso include
itiSreased wages and shorter hours.
The company had agreed to half the
wage inerea.se asked. This was re
jected on referendum vote.
Mr. Frankfurter announced today
that "it was impossible to tell when un
agreement would be reached."
dovemor Rrnest Lister of Washing
ton, on a visit here, today telegraphed
his personal representative in Olympia
to urgf union leaders to send represen
tative» here to confer with the com
mission, it was announced.
Pressure of work, it was »aid, would
prevent the commission from sitting
INSURANCE MIN IS HELD
FOB LIBERTY BOND FRIUD

I
l>es Moines, la., Nov. 15.—Elmer D.
Wiggins. manager of the New York
agency of the Bankers' Life company
*.f Des Moines, was arrested today in
Montgomery, Ala., on a federal war
rant charging him with using the mails
to defraud investors in Liberty bonds, j
according to word received by officials ,
of the company here.
OFFERS TO WHIP ANY ONE
IN CROWD; SEATTLE TAR
RECEIVED A DEATH BLOW
Seattle. Wash., Nov. 15.—Ole Nev
rlck, a sailor, whs killed in a street
brawl here today. One of his com
panions, S. E. t'ook. was arrested and
search was made for two others. 8.
Kelly a witness, said the fight started
when' Nevrfck offered to whip anybody
in the crowd.__
CONGRATULATIONS to
GEN. CHARLES WARREN
Today, the anniversary of the wed
ding of Gen. Charles S. Warren; in fact,
the forty-fifth anniversary of the happy
event, wa* remembered by the Voting
Men's Christian association of thus city.
The latter today sent a telegram of
congratulation to Mr. Warren, who is
:d Spokane on business.
HIS FIRST CHANCE.
A man recently bereaved of his wife
interviewed the minister about the ar
rangements. .. .
"When is the funera»'.' asked the
clergyman.
■Monday.' was the reply.
•'Monday!" ejaculated the minister.
That is a long time to keep the body—
a whole week."
"Wee!, ye see." said the la*reft. it «
like this: When we got married, the
Ife an' me made up our minds to
t home the first
re just havin' it
1
i
Subtcriba for th. Butt. Daily Po,t.
ARRANGE SCHEDULE
•FI
Athletic Council at American
Lake Lays Plans for Train
ing of Boxers.
Camp Lewi», Tacoma. Wash., Nov.
15.—At a meeting of (he ramp athletic
council Monday night a schedule was
arranged for tho training of men by
Willie Ritchie, camp boxing instructor,
und the schedule will »tart tomorrow,
beginning with the 316th field artillery.
Regular ambulance service, to operate
lien those of the base hospital are
not in use was inaugurated at camp
oduy by the ambulance company sec
tion of the 316th sanitary train.
Seventy-one belated fourth quota
en arrived last night from Oakland,
Cal.
With the exception
dpws, 58 barracks hi
of the north bnrrac
tically completed.
of do
Thirteen new 150-m
radically finished in
cks
ctio
Rapid progress is be
new barracks east of
racks row. These u i
3,000 men. The librar
completed. C'ortifi* at
are 1 g inning to arrive
and a number of men
their physical examir
discharged from the
ami other reasons.
Exemptions for < \ r
physical reasons ar< i -
and those who arc oxen
mediately be reclassified
continues long enougli t
be called into servi« e
made on the
e north bar
ho have passed
ted will iin
i*l if the war
will again
PETHOGRÜD IN FLUMES
2,000 DEM
(Continued Fr
o*
front 1 IwrafWrdt'*
from Haparanda
Nyheter, has issu*
proclamation:
"Kerensky has *
rumor that the tr*>*
have gone over vnlui
visional government
the Russian peoph
and are not surren*
have evacuated Gat*
avoid useless blood
defensive position n<
position now is stn
»ist forces ten tine a
n Page
One.)
to the Dagens
•1 the
following
irculat
•d a false
>ps in
Petrograd
ntarily
to the pro
The
troops of
are n<
t retiring
ering
They only
•hina i
order to
shed a
nd take a
ar Pet
..grad. The
cuskv a. Our iMops are in the best
of *$ylfb* f and * alip prevail in
Pefrograi.
"Resides the cruiser Aurora, the
warships Sarga and flvobody, the
training shin < and six torpe.de
tjc Hebt hi Vo arrived
...___,____ and anchored in the
the* N'fchohm bridge, in the
ccnUr., 1 ^ whènea thny can
Lombard the ,ypt)re capital. Their
crews are ma.de up of Bolaheviki.
MINORITY SOCIAtlSTS OF
GERMANY SEND GREETING
TO BOLSHEVIKI LEADERS
Stockholm. Nov. 15.—The German
minority socialist«' executive commit
tee has sent the local newspaper of the
Russian Bolshevik! a telegram for
transmission to Petrograd congratulat
ing the Bolshevik! on their "seizure of
political power." The telegram ex
presses the hope that the Bolshevik!
will succeed in forcing peace without
annexations.
EFFORTS TO SUPPLY
FOOD FOR PETROGRAD
10 ABF FBBND GUILTY
IN THF COPPER CASES
(Continued From Page One t
Stockholm. Wednesday. Nov. 14.—
The revolutionary committee in Petro
grad, according to a dispatch from
Haparanda, have taken measures for
I revlctualing the Russian capital. Ar
rangements have been made for in
creasing the stocks of wheat and work
men have Y.een ordered to continue
their work without interruption.
j
,
to Butte by the defense, so the sudden
close came as a surprise.
The Crime.
Jones and William» were convicted
of stealing copper from freight cars at
Melstono, Mont., during the early
months of this year. It was held that
the men took the stolen copper to an
other empty freight car. there boxed it
and reshipped it to Kargo, N. D.. to a
Junk dealer. Williams followed the
1 shipment, it alleged, and was ar
i rested in Mil bank, S. D., when the
theft was discovered and lK*fore ' he
stolen shipment reached Fargo.
Discovered by Accident.
The theft of the copper was discov
ered by accident. The car containing
the stolen copper was cut out of the
train f«*r repairs at Milbank, S. D. It
was while the car was being repaired
that Milwaukee special agents found
the shipment of "motor parts" to he
really a shipment of stolen copper and
car bra»». The guilt of Jones and
Williams was traced through letters
and books found In their possession
and by letters from the Fargo Iron
Works to the two men. the letters be
ing addressed to J. M. Winston qnd
Mike I'orkm, two names that the
government held were used by Will
iams and Jones as aliases.
Tracing Them Down.
The postmaster at Melstone staged
that the men received the mail ad
dressed in the names of Corkin and
Winston. The shipment of stolen j
copper was made under the name of |
>
NOW SHOWING
BILLIE
BURKE
"THE MYSTERIOUS MISS TERRY'
ANIMATED NEWS EVENTS
TWO REELS OE KEYSTONE GLEE
Admission ..... 2bc
Concerning Miss Marguerite
Clark Who Appears at Ihe
American Theater Starting
Saturday in "Bab's Diary"
It has never been necessary for Marguerite Clark to make an
appeal for popularity, either through publicity or otherwise.
Her popularity has come because of her singularly appealing
personality. People believe in her just the same as they
did in Peter Fan's fairies, because everything she ever did
was so real.' Like many another photoplay star of today,
she started her histrionic career on the stage, where she ap
peared in most every form of entertainment. She was a
prime footlight favorite when motion pictures first ascended
to the heights of popularity, and she became one of the pio
neer exponents of the new silent art. Miss Clark is possibly
the smallest matured star on the screen today, she standing
lesa than the average "five-feet-three" of the American wom
anhood. Sb« is more nearly the universal French size of
"five-feet-ons." In weight, too, she is under the standard
American size, but oh what an abundance of ability and ver
satility dues this little queen poAsess! She is undoubtedly
one of the most petite and most wmsome of stars, and she
is abundantly blessed with histrionic technique comprehend
ing with wonderful alertness every little "twist anti turn" of
characterization. Truly, Miss Clark does not have to depend
on her cuteness to win her favor, because she has all the
requisite artistry besides and she knows how to act as few
other artists do. Naturally Miss ( lark is going to continue
to be a universal favorite for a long time to come. Provi
dence permitting, for she is still young.
Oar ad vert iaeai'
pn*c 3 of •'lhe Pint
(We ray lour war Tax)
Children....... 10c
ctio
D. J. Dugan. Wade's only
with the cstse was evidence that he
cashed a check made out to J. M. Win
ston by the Fargo Iron Works. The
court held that the cashing of the
check may have been done innocently,
and ordered the man declared not
guilty because of lack of incriminat
ing evidence.
The copper held stolen by the two
men amounted in value to more than
>3,000 and consists of 195 ingot bars. (
It was the property of the Anaconda
opper Mining Co. and was billed
Atlantic port for shipment to the J
'
to i
British government. The stolen cop
per was identified as part of the ship
ment from the Blackeagle smelter.
Attorneys Donald Campbell of For
syth and Carl Thompson of Roundup
appeared for the defense. District At
torney Wheeler and Assistant District
Attorney Baldwin appeared for the
government.
RACES AT TIA JUANA
HAVE B EEN POSTPONED
San Diego, Cal., Nov. 15. President
J. W. Coffroth of the Lower California
Jockey club announced late
that, owing to the recently
I
ties to demand passports from all
Americans seeking to visit Mexico and
return acioss the line to this country,
the annual meeting at the Tia Juana
track has been postponed. R l$ud been
j planned to open the track Thanksgiv
| Ing day
.-css of the
( invited again
a great tribut* •
the miners of Butte
NFIHFY DOUBLE QUOTl
ITH 101Y TO'SPIBE
__ <c " > ,lnue ^ ffom __
feiu-itatten ... th« sue
ampaign. the ladies are
rill he
s made today to
Several thousand
J dollars was donated by the miners of,
' the city. ;
"Nine rahs for the royal miners of |
Butte.' were • alb*d for and they were
given with gusto.
EXPRESS COMPANIES
ASK INCREASED RATES
Washington. Nov. 15.— Express com
panies today applied to the interstate
commerce commission for an increase
of 10 per cent in their rate».
The Adams. American. Southern and
I Wells-Fargo companies, making the
application in behalf of themselves and
other express companies, set forth that
they had suffered a net loss of $39.848
as the result of increases in operating
expenses and taxes during the first
six month» of this year
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
BUTTE DAILY POST
DIRECTOR OF EXPLOSIVES
FOB STATE TO BE CHOSEN
Appointment for Montana Will
Be Made This Week—New
The i'oil's Washington Bureau
Washington
tary I .a ne
9tate directoj
tana. His
ratification t
presumed no
the list.
Under the
the last s«»ss
director of ei
of strict r»-gi
L^w in Effect
lYasfeingtor. Bure:
ill, D. L\. Nov. 15.— He
will this week select
of- of explosives for A
Serre
4he
Mot -
ections are subject to
the president but it is
hange» will be made in
war measure (»assed at
on of congress, the state
plosives will have charge
lations for the manufac
govemment
yt»r through
There is
Montana m
re tary
ture. sale and use of explosive
The explosives director of Montana
will have a salary of $2.400 a year.
The law became operative yesterday.
Under th* ne« law. no explosive of
any sort cah l>c manufactured, sold,
used or hauLled in this state without
following th* regulations of the new
act,* which alre tended to provide for
safety and fer the prevention of mys
terious explosions that have wrecked
war-order plant« this
out the country,
o intimation as to thg
to be named by thp »no

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