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213 N. Main St., Butte.
Furs
A GREAT SALE IN
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At Reductions
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A large and complete -.election at prices never offered to
\ou before. Your I test opportunity to secure furs for
Christmas.
Fur Sets From $6.50 Up
Fur Coats From $35 Up
REPAIRING, REMODELING AND FIRS MADE
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SPECIALTY.
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it* caused a large fire when it fell
a wall paper and brush establish
»• A laundry, a brewery and an
upied school and a glassware störe
st* aiso were struck, hut there were
casualties in these places.
ARTILLERY BOYS WILL BE
GUESTS BF FORSYTHE
Gregson Springs Manager Will
Stage Party Saturday
Evening.
Members of the Butte a t )#*Anaconda
»m paniez of the Washington Coast
artillery will be honor guests at a
wimming and dancing party which
•ill be given by Manager George For-
ythe at Gregson Springs Saturday
vening. Th«- general public is invited
md as Mr. Forsythe has planned a
cal old-fashioned party the patriotic
women and girls are urged to be
; present and make the evening one that
»'ill lnng be remembered by the col
lier hoys. Miss Smith's orchestra will
lispense the latest dance music, a
guarantee of good dancing. There
will be special train facilities between
Butte and Anaconda and Gregson
Springs as usual, while hundreds of
tutomobiles will also make the trip.
PROFIT MARGIN IS VERY
SMALL, COAL DEALERS SAY
(C'ïnilD
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by
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for
Swindlehurst. As Mr. Swindlehurst
already appr«>ved the reduction
made by the county fuel board, he
•uld undoubtedly stand by his first
lion. This would mean that the np- '
peal would Ihen have to he carried t<
National Fuel Administrator Garfield, j
Ijocal coal dealers declared that they
are surprised at the figures reached ;
by the fuelahoard. They added that
they expected the committee would
stand by the July margin of profit,
which would have left prices as they
have been for the past two months.
How the new prices will work out is
also uncertain. One dealer declared
that it will take at least a m«»nth to
determine if there is any profit in sell
ing coal here at the new prices. The
amount of coal received from the mines
and the character of it figure in the
result, said this dealer. Fie amplified
his statement that the dealers might
he able to come out even or make a
little profit, if they could get enough
j' oal to supply the demand. Not only
I have the dealers been unable to get all;
coal required, but what they do;
sive contains at least 10 per cent,
i slack. This slack coal cuts down their i
j profits to a large extent, they say. j
STEEL CLAIMS HE WAS |
DESERTED BY HIS WIFE
nob«
Steel is asking f«»r a di- !
vorce from Rose Steel on the ground
of desertion. The couple were mar- !
riod at Cape Fair. Mo.. Feb. 16. 1904. ;
and there is one child. The plaintiff
j is represented by Attorney M. Kerr
I Beadle. In addition to th«* decree of
divorce the plaintifT asks for the eus-*
tody «if the child.
j Alice G. Miller wants a divorce from ,
Julius Miller on the ground <»f failure*
1«» provide. The couple were married ,
in Lavinu. M«int.. Dec.. 12. 1912. In
addition to the decree of divorce the
o'nir.tifr wants the right t«> resume,
her maiden mime, A lie'* 4 Ct».l*ert.
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.
Eloction of officers in Harmony lodge;
, tonight at M o'clock sharp. All mem
bora requested to come and to he on
. litre.—A'J
ANCIENT CLAIM IS
Butte Man Returns After Es
tablishing Right to Old
Land Grant.
Lou Frank, well-kn*
ing man, returned to
night after a business
nati, O., whore ho so«'
laim for land grau**>l
sneestors before the re
tins
rip to
1 title t
f his
The land is located in Kentucky and
said to be worth many thousands "f
dollars. The papers in the ease were
Firepared by Attorney 1' M. Tjarah.
Mr. Frank heard of the 1 md grant by
accident and consult« 1 his att#»rney,
who advised him that he might obtain
title to the property Mr Frank to«»k
a chance and made "1
"When one goes ea.-t • i visits some
of the big cities. h< begins to know
that we are a nation at •r." said Mr.
Frank. "We are
the east is more so. One can
nothing hut war in th- i't The
pie are depriving tin r lv«-s of
things to help out th. • nment
subscriptions to the Li « rty loi
Cincinnati are onorn: K'cry
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ho is in
positi
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ADD IMPtTUSTu
THE UHU
The War Savings Certificate
Work Will Go Forward
Briskly.
,s has been
ipaign the
ill not he a
a hloh will
Successful and inton
the war-savings thrift
first week of the drive. i
marker to the intensit
characterize it next v-<
The decision to add an impetus to
the drive came today when Director
Harry W. Turner, in «•harge <>f the
statt», was notified In Postmaster
Toodwln that there is a carload <>f lit
rature on the campaign at the post
office. Director Turner at once or
ed the literature rent to his office
the Montana Electric building on
East Broadway, and as soon as it can
be assorted it will he rent to the chair
men in charge of the various counties
in tho state.
Director Turner announced today
that the organization of the state is al
it completed. Sheridan county is
the only one .still without an organiza
tion.
in cessation in the
utte is evidenced by
a as ter Goodwin has
,013.67 to the Helena
il remittanees in the
rdered. This does
amount of stamps
•native estimate of
Silver Bow county
That there is i
le of stamps in T
the fact that Posti
remitted S'
P« »st office, where ;i
state have been «
represent th*
sold here. A cons
the stamps sold ir
to date- is $20,000.
Within the next few days Postmaster
loodwin will organize his forces and
ach of the 40 letter carriers will he
selling stamps. The postmen will be
enabled to explain the war-sta$np
movement as they go from house to
house, ami will thus provide personal
toucH with all the families in Butte.
Postmaster Goodwin in instructions
issued today said:
"Continuous effort should he exerted
by all postal employes whose duties
bring them into contact with the public
to bring to th«*ir notice the several
distinctive feasures and advantages
this form of investment for small su
of money, the apport unities thus offered
for thrift and sat ing, and the results
benefits to the government through the
he prosecution of th*
money derived from the sale of the
' stamps.
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noth city and rural carriers, by rea
son of th«- nature of their employment,
have exceptional oi portunities to aid in
this movement and are expected to
participate in th«> «. ampaign to the full
est extent. •
"They will he supplied on a fixed
credit with both savings and thrift
stamps. Favorable notation will he
made upon the records of all stations
and employes whose efforts in promot
ing the sale of these stamps are pro
ductive of meritorious results, and
proper c«*mplimentary publicity will
follow any unusual returns."
THE POS T FOR THE NEWS
Half Price
Sale
EVERYTHING IN
MEN'S WEAR ON SALE
AT HALF PRICE, COST
OR LESS
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GIVE GIFTS YOUR FRIENDS WILL APPR
Let Your Gifts Be Furnit
A Good Piece o« Furniture Is Cherished tor a
A FEW TIMELY SUGGESTIONS
Reading Lamps
Piano Lamps
Cellaret tea
Tnbourettcs
Trays
Library Tables
Smokers' Seta
Chaise Lounges
Bookcases
Tea Wagons
Sewing Cabinet?
Spinet Desks
Writing Desks
Rorkera
Chairs
Table Covers
Folding Screens
Flower Basket»
Awiy from -vv
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Just Unpacked the Most Beautiful Col
lection of Table Covers Ever Shown
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A Novel Line of Chill
Bedroom FurnitJ
Something that will last f - J
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Now Is the Tii
1 o make your selections. T:
displaying hundreds of chai
articles of the permanem
A Most Complete Line of Book
cases, Floor Lamps and Chairs
selections will be is
Christmas if desired
1 oui
the Furnitures
Store
This Christmas Give
Furniture
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Special Christmas
20 West Broad
ACTION BEFORE LYNCH
Davis-Daly Company Would
Oust Mrs. N. Birmingham
From Property.
The case of the Davis-Daly Copper
company against Mrs. J. Birmingham
is l>efore Judge Lynch and a jury to
day, with Attorneys Koemer, Sanders
and Kremer representing the plaintiff
and Attorney Harry K. Jones appear
ing for the defendant. It is an unlaw
ful detainer action in which the plain
tiff is seeking to have the defendant
removed from the premises at 529 West
Quartz street, a building located on
the Silver King mining claim owned
by the plaintiff.
During the lifetime of the late F.
Augustus Heinze, the deceased and
husband of defendant were close
friends, and when Birmingham re
ceived injuries which resulted in his
death Mr. Heinze allowed the defend
ant to occupy the building. The Davis
Daly company wants the building, but
the defendant has refused to move out,
hence the action brought by the com
pany. There is no company record to
show that Mrs. Birmingham has a
right to the building.
!]REQUESTS SON BE SENT
TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Father Loses Patience When
His Boy Refuses to Obey
His Orders.
At th« juvenil«* court session this
morning a twelve-year-«dd hoy
before Judge Dwyer «hnrged by his
father with r«*maining out at late
hours of the night and refusing to
obey his father's instructions. He was
ordered committed to the industrial
school at the fath«*r's request.
Three boys were (barged with
throwing ro«'ks from the Harrison
street viaduct at a Chinaman. The
lads all denied their guilt, but the
Chinaman identified them and Polie«
Officer Pete Harvey rec«»gnized the
lads as the ones he arrested on
plaint of the Chinaman. The hoys had
all been before the court before on «
charge of breaking windows. The)
w.*re given into the custody of Pro
hation Officer McCarthy with the un
derstanding that the next time they
got into trouble they would he sent
to the industrial school without fur
ther proceedings.
$411,000,000 SUBSCRIBED
TO CANADIAN WAR LOAN
| ^Ottawa. Dtic. 7.—i-anada's rocent
i \ ictory loan subscriptions totalled
*411.000,(MM), according to estimates
■ made by the exerullve committee In
charge of the campaign. Subscribers
I number over 71P.000.
NOTICE.
Walkerville Review No. 23: l.ady
Maccabees are requested ....... ,,resent
Monday evening. Dec. 10. business of
importance.
MARY BURNS, Ç
1 LILLIS HENI)RA, R,»<
—Adv.
•mrnand'-r.
Ke«*per.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST
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= Our entire stock of hand-carved and
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= Which include the finest assortirent**
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131 WEST PARK STREET
CONTESTED DIVORCE SUIT
is before mm
Rose Jackson Says Husband
Left Her to Depend
on Charity.
Judge McClernan is today hearing
the contested divorce suit of Rose M
Jackson against Howard H. Jackson
with Attorneys J. F. Kmigh and I. <*•
Denny representing the plaintiff
Attorney Joseph H. Griffin appearing
for the defendant. The couple were
married at Silverton, Colo.. May 15,
1909. The plaintiff in her testimony
SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY^
CLEANSES
For centuries GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil has been a standard household rem
edy for kidney, iiver, bladder and stomach
trouble, an«1 all disease« oonnected with
the urinary organs. The kidneys and
bhulder are the most important organs cf
the body. They are the filters, the puri
fiers of your blood. If the poisons which
enter your system through the blocxl an«i ^
stomach are not entirely thrown out by
tho kidneys an«i bladder you are doomed, j
Weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness,
despondency, backache, stomm'h trouble. |
heada«*h«\ pain in loins and lower ab«!o- :
men, gnll-stoue«. grav** difficulty when j
urinating, cloudy and bloody urine, rheu- i
inatism. sciai ich and lumbago, all wsn« j
you to look after your kidney» and lUafl
dcr. Hold » MKUAL Haarlem 0)1 Cap- i
suies are what- you need. I
They are not a ''|»atent medicine." n«»r j
a "new discovery." For 2Ö0 years they |
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that in ms f '
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