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The Butte daily post. [volume] (Butte, Mont.) 1913-1961, November 30, 1917, Image 16

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TO YL AND OPENS S ATURDAY AT 1P,
CHILDREN AU-YOUNG IN YEARS OR YOUNG IN SPIRIT-COME, SEE THIS GREATEST SHOW OF
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MANY CHU DREN H\U Ml IN YSMNd \\ III I HI R S \N l \ IS t OMINU A T \l l FH1S YEAR. SI l l\U \VI ARE AT M AR 111' IS l OMINU, NOTWITHSTANDING AI I 01 Ills \\ \|^ J
Ml R1 \l 1/1 S i IIR1S I'M \S IS I III i HH DRI N S D \Y \MV \S Ol YORl . MAIM THOROL l.il PROVISION I OR I VERY l H l l ! ONE'S YULKTIDE HAPPINESS -\NI> CONTImJ
BIGGER, BRIGHTER, BETTER, JOLLIER THAN EVER BEFORE |SSS3
MEN'S Slid
Kolli Men's .nul L (I |||| ( J
Stilt's Vri' Ki'iinsfuJ
Ihr ('olloi-iiiin—Kim J
SoHsnmililc nml ||,, |I( J
VALUES UNIISli
CHOOSING IS Sill I SATIMViJ
COMPLETE—BARGAINS I Ql
RICH AS WHEN l ilt s \| | s|,\|(Tfl
50 c SILK LISLE HOSE 39 c
Silk l isll' IK'
\\ omen's Liait
VL ■■ neo s ext a at
At 19c
» N -
At 5lk
t.cM IVSTKU'K >11 K HOST' Ft'K SI
WOMEN'S NECKWEAR $1
Stock Collars. Jabots and Others
\ '..I \it of stvlos' Materials
a o o.s « ■ o washaMe sanr.s a;td C.eoi
. . •. . 1 .. a■;.* :ohoJ rnmii'J
ON 1 1XM l AK
At 50e " .. . ' At 75c s'lir„
•\s I SKVTMA \>
\k\\ Minm ms kok MV
$2 KID GLOVES AT JITS'^
\\ omen's Neu French Kid (ilotes
.A
\n o\ a special i;lo\e bargain' \\
L'onoh kul gloves of i^ooil qualm
... all the » ante d new shades. spe.
ON F SKVFNTY'-FIY l
Utrr.il
Hamoi
At $1.25 n
At $2.00
ul«»*** far W .
t'U»»t *t>K- >*t .
sob «*r Wl*rk .
t'W v> LH'l
mm t;mi mock\ ia.o\Fs \i '
V _ _
'ASSORTED WEAR BARGAINS'^' 1 '
UP TO $1 RIBBONS 50 c
W ide. Dure Silk. Eancy Ribbons
I'ure silk fane« libhons, adapted for knit
tint; haps ana evening haps, come in plaids,
stripes, etc , in lipht and dai k colors; at
FIFTY L'l N I S A Y A KIT
At i5c K n '::vL At 25c
Mklths U|> G»
maii) L'hUci ii
an.l da.k eoR.i
rr.c FANCY KlltlhlNS FOK .Tic
1U*> nblx'f xtlUe ** Kith* a luuat of l»««utlful
floral |v*itcnv. iu>«mIix| li*h(. imxlium
\ IT MIT Y l 1ST I OR WOMEN
v ä At 75c . ; * ii
N.
NC
50c
At $1.25
3 y
At $1.95
\NI> i Mil OR! N
At $ 2.00 î rr.;
At $3.25
At $4.95
50c )
J
$c.oo
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THE SALE OF WOMEN^Y ^FURNISHINGS VERY CHEAP'
FOR BOTH MEN AND BOYS—READ THE LIST
TRIMMED HATS
«Small Hats. I .irpe Hats. Me
Pttuim St.-e Hats, and Fieri
^^^•One i ertainli Is a Heauti !
111 1 > \1 l F> \KF l P I'O $15.90
A ERE HOI I DAY Cl EARAW AY
K*Y» tvl small
atlm aBii <WJ itwiKiMthuu
.aims >'jcb sh**«r> as UrKitv>.
wm Uyo fiwwer t'rvevw s*f the
e the fcsjX'rUucui h.4iU a*ut. at
Fixe Dollars Each.
At 50c
KlhTY iTN
At 50c"
Mlltl !c*> f«x*t -■
VUT\ vKMS
At $1.00 ;
.St .<UUM I atUX'l IQMtti
• vAt $1.00
Flannel Shut« Un
n ilitaiy »*e mrularMtic
Lr st> le asairl.a] »vk*
ONK DOl 1 YU
/ Men's Kihheai
Suita! ('! a medium
aeiitht KcvpUan cot
At $1.25
Tliatlfoni"
Emlrtarar
»* ith eK*«xl
ON F I'YVkNTY HVK K\
At $1.50 Art;;:
*»i heaiv cray flannel r»y
5*u!ar •• nulltar) ixxll.xr »tile
factxl s ivies, ilouNe atitchrxt
ONK K1ETY
n
$1.50 ;
huA^
krio«» Brand Shirt»
for Men! Soft
tuxek and laumieml
cuff» ma«lraa. jH* r
f«l*» *n*t al»* x*f ailk
!»trl\ue»i
miituM«
$2.00
- ssss (SATURDAY'S SHOE ATTRACTIONS'
rMTSTSrowTÎgp^ÿ
COMPRISE FOL R BlLi MONEY SAMNCi OPPORTL NTTIES
At $1.95 At $2.35 At $6.50 ' At $6.95
TO KKIH L K THF COST OF 1 l\ IM;
l SK SYMONS
$5.90
Winter Overt«
it; «OYS iiKK'T BK U
Spl'did Mackinaws
MjSTS WôwTwç pr(W*
$6.90
yv:
MACKINAW
l or Men, I .mat a
liest I n«' in limit
$ 7.90 EU
^MKN'S ('OKI)l
PANTS
IWst in the l and
Made beat made fi>.m U-.»
era dc »»f corduroy . c ho tee »»;
Oral», tan »*i ytoldeii hro» n
$ 4.40 PAIR
V^You ( an't Match 'Km
CLOTHES FOR IWI
Are Still Cheapest af Symonj
Boys' School Suits
WITH two PAIRS OF PANTS
Sim«-» from h U» IS year» . made
frt'OL sturdy uiy»I xKm *» 1
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CRIMINAL Jit IS
of 19 Cases S':
a—P-e-e .Nas
C . —. . . v a.
Jtetar
JCCNtl
arder vz>i fsend
*rier *er: -
> rmc * -fxl jr* A . \3LTge
degr-e ai .ri-r jo 4 fousd
■st-vk^strr sestee<*ed
iry cxK less thu year
tha a ;»v' jr cats.
se» ftcurd were
■ - tje*. r— -vi Ljs_ • - Mrx'sl
degree assault »&4 found
tr—rd degree aa>Yu!:: ser -
tree* rastht m pre^-ga.
—Henry Back, rshhsry. f«rad
* z-i w$
. r-.- ; -
e= .ed
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ars.
YNT .N.m Ft rs-1 >*■» r ^de.1 guilty
to a • a ante of cbt-un ;ag m aey by
r*5»s .? i » rvh.^v» v.- - arxl * >
MYtffxei t. no? less than f* • r .ears
r.-or m re thaa lé year*.
V - may a'«, haw :k«. -J that the
n$xo wh, war:* to do .1.! th td.2k.ng
*i*o « Hba of inter#-—.ng the "V'
in h» 0»»«% ejrso.ucn
B01S film GUILTT
OF STEALING SHOES
T" _ et Sent to Industrial School
for 30 Dass —One Girl
Before Court.
T -traed the yc««
everything j*.
hange i» ; - t.
> s -
latei
v- r go alone. "a
" > »s; 'r w sa: i t
> A f ' > *Bd i » -Id to
w » ith K -r arsi she v*.
s and we ari-u.d go ii w
'ter the *>«.»w we would r
. -n !" c v * ,4r.d some:::»«
**'kge Dwyer gave the girt
n her « . '* «f v • iuv*t inti vinmi
r :: *->e j*-. rustexi .a disolwying
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* jU .< m,> fand herself
; («Kilty >ul
?
tin
it*
-er H „ >1
. -d - her g.„i chàrg-Hi an',
ÄÜSTRift REIOÏ Ï 0
I h u f »
<ht
PARLEY FOR PEACE
» Cor . ed from T^ioc On*
t s:r. UtvU n . v
*ar on th?* dual
Adrr inistrt;. •
brunch of
s no dw;v >
•*
* p'saiMy h*vt ,
adm mist rat kyiy's
'
'V'- ,
' ' k T
.-rence with th« ex
■•'■e government th.it
>n »»' -I»* innsre**
* .tr dtK*Ur.*tion hi
f*>und the hope of
the f
great
' :
p «dent Work. «• Address.
»•res* t ni., . and
.J before him a
n-rial beanns >n
■ " - h. add
' - ;e,t Iiffu-ut me.
S .1 » . the p-esident »••«id.
- : .
" • ■'
should
cl »Tk war * \u«c-r •■» u > r *t s e i
:■ * tat. n , ,t ; . the average
Bell-ans
si to the average
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Druggists
~.f____I______-. .. . .r &
— V---*''**• x /,u Kä' B 'ä
refund money if it fails. 25c
OFFERED IN COURT
When Man Offers Beaver for
$20 Detective Gets
Suspicious.
k txarir
, krt. v\ h
ercoat
n :n cx'ats wa* ofTerrd this
l*.'licf urt by R. J Shu
, beaver skin
'•rih »J00 shu
vi id
- it 6?«
- l - ^ tX'tmotive 5>heolivtn l*t*caxnr sus
, :; OK ; u * "' d hlaced him uniter urn-s.,
•' ' :lw »' 1 ">m..t t., haie r.v.ned the
fur fr..m h„ >,„. r in ohlena, is Î
Chnetm ie pres.-nt
fled the statement
Several persi ns
offer by Shubert
A teleytrain
vho hcarvl .»f the
• *
}• d al»>ut him
, ;,;:t
f ,.,-,1 ... ... . m ui ;,nJ re-j
» -, :/V'
v:iml,.. r s .i . .. . , 1 ' '
tr » s . lr , , ' J ' h *
fji . w , rg - am.'-ant. The
'■ ■>
orich T m a tc h .'»V tv ! j,a^V
The n-.er n.r -r,. ... , V t 1
Chief ,.f i v ......... b >'
IW Anacond R . . ' ' "
J,^ , Ä^ ,ifarvto, ' tta «
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APPPIICHOS _ ___
R-VISgjRS REPORT.
P J'|! ** ,p " lwrs «he matter af
.state o. ihvt ut.enn to.tav file.l in«,.
2 ''* "> 'he matter af ,he
estate o Pat Ot.-nn today filed ,heir
report »ah the elerk of the districti
court, setatng out that the estate is
valued at $13.$40 n « sh and sttv'k*
John Fitxmaurice is adminintrator of
«p"®^ T , n I88DID '
in » omplaint is
Mr« N-tlte Walsh » ...... .
*' M " 1 *» f,h " »«««, aù«ÎUyï «
lohitinff th
> »xn>i>lulnt
of L'cliîl Y
iht* inst
TO STAGE JOSHERS'
SHOW IT EMPRESS
(Contlnuea Prom I*iYRt* One.)
Jo*hers ctub anil who urt* anxious lo
make the annual show thin %yrar :»s
ftrexat if not a greater success than
ever The various theaters of the city
will donate their acts as in the past
and the very l*est local talent will bo
engaged. Special rehearsals will be
held and the proceeds will swell the
voluntary contributions i'f the good
fellows around town for this very
deserving object. Hilly Oemmell is In
«-e. 1 III» »»«-JT-X i mil) V Vt 111 LTlrl I 15 * II*
charge i'f the arrungements for the
;; " "® waj > ->l when Ihe
Po«t advised Irm tod»y of the author
'■ •' " "«A * while the Xnaonla
Amusement company was verj wtll
ins to do everythin* pouiM* to help
t |,e J.mhers' club the unfinished state
r th. Broadway peohmit^l Ha a»
' As < * u,U A c M **•* w " ,,r
I ""® of »he features of the entertain
, ment for the eventa*.
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SAIH,EL P,ERCE D,ES IN
BUTTE: FUNERAL TOMORR
s. a„.e'. iher-e. :« yeai etd .«d a
r.-s-.d.-m of ls„tte for the |>a*t Î* veins.
today* Mr. Pierce was single. Ho
the!*" k " own in '*'• ri W 1 " l ' i ' ,K
wof ked In the m.nes here for a num
ber of year«. He is survived by two
sisters, Mrs !.. Snell and Mrs. V. Vat
!
, ............. ...™ «... .. ....
st:i ^ e °f Hutte, and by four brothers.
Thomas jHrk nnd Eidward of Hutte
and William, now stationed in New
\ork with the regular army
The funeral, which will be private.
witt be held under the direction of the
^0™, * undert * k "** flrm
j
a
The question of «
coat coinpa«»'» »«"
weights ■
t.ulte II : t .vine 1 ' ^
ink of the e il > ' ,m
has ahead., t»»''" 1
tn both .ms-* i " '
order was issued.
mat .
panics ha. e n< '''
'
The math
I tii
ly tbrcshctl
' The rcp<*r
t.w. will *v
«alary f*»;
H'licMn
request ^
men in the «'it> "
vorn bit* recepb" n
of the • »inmUt-'«'
Several nrpr«e
introdu
onlgb
ANARCHIST'S
laid
Wasbi nßton '
With the supren"
ii\g their «UT* ■'*
conspiring
ma Goldman am
declare their l' a '
fore the rourt «
ctBlm
tidpat!
fer prison l ' '^
SHE DID
First Hen—W
bit? _.
Second lte"
Ought to se» 1 '
In the v.-cetabU
People's Home «

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