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5VUT H MAIN
Never Give Up
Datant to totoMfU. p-r*.n takln, Ufa ««y. Wl-n Ihr
kQM la am VMI may not haw mail« the proper choir« or thi rigi
0f Mrer give U|I. hind out tv hat in w run*, then quit t h ? old
trara. CtlNM W ahop where your inter««!« arc brwl aerved— you II *in
mrmn tlaa. !f*W hop« will I»« I nap I rod—-effort will h« renewed—aurrrau
will ifallaw—T it I s is mi: advice of li tey customers.
I.ukImi,
RED EMPEtOR
CRAPE*
Kitra iptclal.
Pound ........... 10.
45c Dozen.
71e ORANCKH
45c 1)0/KN
A little* I'uiigli skin will»
<i linge of green bill
lots of juice; a good
bargain; 75c size 45c
l ine. Itrigiit,
fit IBP
C'F.I.EKY
< ,i mi iz talk i»< 1 il
al .................5c
P1NEET
WAGNERS
Vary faiwjr. firm; mi
all-round good fnnniv
anpto; a paria! per 1» -
only ............. »2.1»
(.IIKKNING
APPLES
Pine rooking ami bak
ing quality; «pecial,
Ikix .......... SIM
MONTANA
IlKI.I,FLEURS
l inn and fine Iwtler
keepers Ilian Lalif'tr
niaN; iiediuin •'mail
• ize, |m-i- hox . . . $1.75
HAWAIIAN PINKAPPI.K I VAN « AMP'S POIIK AMI BEANS
Salad wiallly brokrn Jlr»s; fine ] A wry drilrultlr, .............. «lutok,
naroradl tbruc » 0 » .mis, s|i»rinl riOr rn.ilj lundi. No. 2 »an, spvi-inl «or
Four Fruit Barifnins
FANCY PEACHES Height, «olden
halves; convenient, economical d< .
•art; 25-lb. box. special $.1.40
Hot Cakes and Svnip
■on. «- 10 . an.
Pound, tpccial
FINE PRUNES Tcndcl. ......... a
nutrition . Il.allhflll dctti-rl
lS-lb. box. ' liccial VI HI
APHJtS- Whol
a|ipl
rin« fin«
s; Hi III fuiiiily l»<
$1.7
Cool flays anil hoi cokes <lo liaml in
iiaiifj how good ami satisfying the a
nappy mornings
Success Pancake Hour, f* II». ha«,
special at . . . . ..........50r
1 .luaker Maple Syrup; N'o. 10 gallon
,ur tan, $1.50; Nu. 5 x n «a I Ion tin 75c
bright. l-aney Maplt Syrup, No. a can 'lOr
Ï (ju.irt si/.e............. 50c
dark
21 II» jacket corn
•Perfect halves; largest,
ila npricfils ; a <h light
be made eeunoinically Hapjark I*,
box. special. $2.75 Aunt hmin
Nu
40c
k I up, t heap $2.00
vr I lour, pit«. 15c
Xutevs Noted for Fine Teas and Fresh
Roasted Coffee
flavor that gives satisfaction that justifies
ked for it. Chosen strictly I »realise « 4 11
noted Ihrnuglmnt tliis iiurthvf t for siipe
mi English Breakfast, Basket Fired and fitm
from 50c Pound to $1.25
Tea that
gn u t 1 1 ;
qua lit \
pow'li
TEE BIG CREESE
M Iba. rich mill,
qulrcd to make 1 16
of tbaMg cheeae: gn ,
for flavor; lb ... 10 ,
iaiicv. Large, Plump,
Din
LIMA BEANS
Special,
Three pound« .. âOr
GRAPE MAHMAI.ADE
Pure grapes and sugar
l)i light fill spread ; lull
quart jar, »pecial 6(k
BAKER'S
BUY THRIFT
*1 Can Finest
PINE COCOA
STAMPS
SLICED
Full haU-papnd run;
\\ ilb every «pare fjuar
PEACHES
»pedal at . 25c
»f ééMHBw ---
1er al all I.ulev si ore».
Extra special 83e
JTLYS TAKK-WITH-YOU STORKS
pkg
gnha
Mom
M II,
27c
2Hr 1.V ran «alinon, special..
GHc Native sardines in olive oil..... 12c
72c lima fish, can ................2.1c
Macaroni or spaghetti, special. . . ,11c
48c Peaches, can 28c, 2.1c and 18c
18c '.idcr vinegar, bottle ....... I ic
I ic Ma /I .it for cook in in . 11 «
lie hie.ess I,.iking powder, special.. 33c
Mr ! cam 1 off! «•. Il» 17c
12c .»ucccss tia......23c, 13c and 82c
S. & H. Green Stamps Always
IBTAKERS
( Mneral «if Madeline
ilace at th<' residence
èstfph Para, 202 Main
le, tomorrow morning
«•■ding to Holy Savior
tss will be celebrated
Interment i
Automobile«.
■ this city, Dec. 6, James
Brem inf are Sher
■arlir«. Announc«-m«*nt
|api chi in later papers.
T—In this city. Dee. 6.
, ag«'d 52 years. Notice
(appear In later papers.
I AN & REED
t and Kmbalmers
Carriage Equipment :
.st Broudway
57 and 58
j
Holy
yt h
funeral of the late
will take place to
|Tduy> morning at 9
family residence, 412
Wet. proceeding to St.
|bh, where mass will be
p
ihe remains of the late
kre at the residence of
E. Gearity, 12 West
FNineral notice later.
E yjTuggan
■taker and Embalmer
th Main Street
Phone 770
is
.S & BILBOA
and Embalmera
Carriage Equipment
|22 East Park Street
|pe Phone 5822-J
\ a 1 »pen
JOHNSON Th. funeral of Andy |
ohnson will be held ;»t Whlte'i
« r.il chapel Sunday afb-riuxin
SAM R. WHITE
Funeral Director and Embalmer
129 South Mam Street
Phon» 311. Residence Phone C70
RALPH -The remains of the late
Fred Ralph, aged 41 y«*nrs. are at Rich
ards' parlors. Announcement of the
funeral will app«-.ir In later papers.
Funeral Director« and Embalmer#
Warrington Richards. Pr«.-«. and Mgr.
15-19 S. Montana St Phone 307
JOSEPH RICHARDS, Inc.
j TOBIN Miss Loretta Tobin, aged 23
years, died yesterday at Hamilton.
Mont. The remains are expected to ar
rive here tomorrow evening and will
be removed t«» Walsh's. Funeral notice
will appear later.
M. J. WALSH CO.
Funeral Director« and Embalmer»
New Location 307-809 West Park St
Automobile Equipment. Ph»»ne S5
FIRST BIG
NIGHT OF THE
SEASOH
TONIGHT
BRASS BAND
HOLLAND RINK
TROf TIKES UP
M MITTE
New York Town in Race for
Sale of Red Cross Christ
mas Seals.
Till' Iinli Inin rnilo'iy -«l ii-lv nl Troy,
. V hni ni»»|iled lin- I hnlli'iilP' Ift.uetl
l,v till- If ill t c- lirumli for Ihr Krcalr»!
..i'll» of lli'il finit* Clirittmnt »»alt for
til» liolfitavs. |»ii|Hilnt ioiiH . .. I .si'lr r»(i
Tlte Troy tira Ill'll rlniint: "You »at*
«imite tit at taytn, Hint w» do not
t li i nl« Hull» or aiiv nt her »itv «an «mi)»
wjlliin luiitinit ilitlail»» ol ut thit yrai
"W»'r» K"inn to te» Un ir hand." talil
Mitt IVoiilrt, who r»»»lv»d tin- answer
to Hi» »halli iiK» of III» Troy linineli.
The local aoti-tiiln'l'i'OlotiH toeicly
hat orttalil/»«! v»ry cari'fully for tin- lo
»al »100111111(11 amt no effort will la*
■ liar.il Io mall» Hull» th» find city in
Ihe country. iioiiulalion considcccd. for
III» .ale of Hid Crott f.licit!mat tcalt.
PERFECT «15 SENT
IN BÏ BÜTTE SOCIETY
U. S. Marines Will Wear Com
fort Articles Manufac
tured Here.
H
A tolal «»f nearly 1181 articles of wear
ing apparel sen! by the Women's Pa
triotic usMocialion of Hull« to the navy
Icagm- of the United States was so per
feet in finish and quality that the artI
1 1rs have been turned over 1*» the
'nited States marine corps because
»u se men, above all others in the serv
er, "face peril, cold and exposure.**
The acknowledgment of the perfection
work of the local organization was
ived here today by Eugene Carroll.
I the busiiicrs women's meeting
held Wedm dav evening the following
ladies were active in the work: Mrs. J.
haine. Mis. Eugene W'ilcot, Miss
Helen N'ieol. Louise Fredericks»»»», Helen
F*turnier Malad Culbertson, Mrs. Leon
»I (I Pearn, Mr Claude Austin, Mrs
lohn Pearce, .Mrs Bryan Woolstoil,
l ibel Wool man Miss Stella Feeney,
Alice Mascl, Mrs. I II Cliclcs,
Mrs. I.uella Durham. Lee N« yman, l.il
Shackle!on. Bee McGrath, Margaret
Sullivan, Mrs. S M. Boyington, Mrs. \V
tenick v.ith Mrs. |> I. Weaver and
Mrs. I. O. Evans as instructors as w«dl
Ihe following under instruction of
I I. Templemnn and Mrs. Mar
ti Human. Lmrna Paterson. Ida Da
on, Mrs. Austin. Miss Margaret
Con dm, I. stelle Mondlo« h, Annette Han
•on. Miss Nora Kclh Mrs. Mamie Nur -I
• uv Elizabeth M Paulson, Eva Buird.
Mrs. SC Clair, Margaret Carney and)
Loretta Tobin. •
WOMEN ENTER SEATTLE
MARKETS TO STAY
a life, I »• 7 SoAttlo women to
day entered ihe meat market« and
I. • ! in« planta of thL- « ity to hiejt, a«*
> ordlriK to <1. I. C\ Barton, general
nvi nacrer of Barton &r Co., one of three
Henttto parkin* planta whoso male
• in ploy««, numbering approximately
7i*», «truck y< -terd.iy to enforce their
demand« for union recognition and a
• lowed «hop.
Barton said he exp**« ted sdl «hops in
the future to employ several sale«
v. . men in addition to the men cut
SSS
Ü Choicest Vegetables in =
= Cans at Wholesale =èë
— —
^ Prices. ir
= ASSURE YOU we =
have taken
evcry ssslfor
- "j;
is precaution and obtain all
= our canned vegetables
= from the best and only =
= the best districts and
= packers.
= TOMATOES _
EE Solid Pack, With (ans =
^ Full of Red Ripe Tomatoes ^
Utah tomatoes. No. 2 , 'î- —
pound cans, case of 24 =
=
can ' — ;
CORN -
Special pack of selected EEE
-
SS j
corn No. 2-pound can, Si
case of 24 cans. $3.50 =
Sweet, rich flavored corn. —
=
No. 1-pound can, 12 cans =
for ... SI.35 =
_ BEANS 2E
= Vers Tender and String- =
•== less. HE
= No. 2-pound cans. 24 cans S
= to case. for. S3.10 =
= PEAS S
= Excellent Table Variety, =
= Flavor 1'itsurpa.v-ed. =
= No. 2-pound cans, case of ==
= 24 cans for. S3. 25 =
= No. 1-pound cans extra =
= quality peas. 12 cans for 55
§= only SI.65 =
S PUMPKIN ü
= Excellent Quality, I>eep =
= (bilden Color. =
= No. 2 1 2 -pound can. solid =
— rack case of 24 cans for =
= only S3.00 =
BEETS ft;
= Choice quality No. 2- =
S nound can. 12 cans for =
= only ........ S2.00 ^
= 9 PHONO, ll-o 1
= & and liai H
= Economy Wholesale ==
"SÄ* 1
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MAHK ANNIVERSARY OF
WEST SIDE PARISH FEAST
Forty Hours' Adoration Starts
With High Mass by
Fr. Leonard.
A special adoration *»f forty hours in
honor of the Feast of Ihe Immaculate
Conception, the patron saint of the Ini
maculate Conception Catholic parish
on the west Hide, was started this morn
in«. A side inn high mass was Ming id
H o'clock by Father Leonard, win» Is
acting pastor in the ah emu of Father
Barry, who is attending the consecra
tion of a schoolmate as hr.Imp in Cali
fornia.
Father O'Shea will deliver the special
address thin evening, and Father Tracy,
vice president of tin Mount Si. Charles
college, will speak ton.-mow evening
and Sunday morning I at her Connolly
of St Joseph's will preach the sermon
f»n Sunday evening, vaIh-ii the forty
hours will conic I«» a close. There was
a large attendance at I In special mas >
this morning.
CHRISTMAS PACKAGES
FOR GAMP LEIAIIS BOYS
Will Be Similar to Those Sent
by National Red Cross
to Europe.
Camp IjcwIh, Tacoma, Dec. 7.—
Christmas pack age« will t»e prenant**!
to (he national army men at Camp
LcvvIm by the National Bed fro««, ae
cordlng to a memorandum posted at
divl«h/Ti hoadfjimrterH thi« morning
Th« package« will be similar to those
«ent t»y the Red Cro«« »«* Kurope and
will contain many art h ie« r/f uhc to
tho soldier in addition to candy, to
bacco, pipe«, playing ■ ardu and the
like.
Target practice on a large scale will
l*egln at Camp f«ewiH next week, ex
tending over a period of mor« than a
month.
The big Y. M f\ A relay race,
postponed from Thankeglvlng day,
will be held Saturday morning at the
parade ground of the Mg camp. A
track five mile« around the grounds Is
being leid out today Six organiza
tions will he represented by teams of
OB. A. KARSTED BOTS
THE B. E. GALKINS HOAAE
Fine Residence Property on
West Side Changes
Hands.
[fr. Alfred Kai *t«-<i h** pur«-based
the H. K. Calkin« home at 8i5 Wes*
1* irk street and will take p«»snes*r1«/n
tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Calkins are
moving to the Virginia apartments,
where they will remain for several
months.
The Calkins house i une of the most
te udson. • and substantial homes on
the w«*st side. It huts 10 rooms, mod -
urn in « . « ry «Jetait and richly huishe«!
In hardwo« «ls and white enamel. Th«
house was too large for Mr and Airs.
Calkins, 'i bey had planned to convert
it. jf(t«j a double house, but there had
been a delay In securing plumbing
supplies and th«- work was not started
in th ® th» h.,m» attracted
the attention of I>r Kars ted. win
wu|h ' 11
likinK is treasurer of the fund
now l .ng r:«i-*«-d in Silver Dow county
ssslfor the army Y. M c. A. Lntii this
'ampaigr. i»< cb>s^«l Mr. who
recent i.-»i »«<1 of hi« busine»-.s
t«-rests will r«-main ln Dutte.
In Butte will continue to be
=|*;," 4 »'!
NATIONAL PROHIBITION
DURING WAR PERIOD
-
! ' n - ,MM - *— A tiU un
'O.» ; r national prohibition d-jrieg
; tho v. ,r -*a* introduced today by
'
- Tl lltan -i commute« it ab" wouid
« : -,
j present winter in southern Californtn.
itnnil «'"'mandeerm* f 4fn lied
'
XMAS GIFTS OF
CIT GLASS
Are sure to please. Should «he
be choosing her own gift she
would choote glus» and would
choose it from our stock. Be
cause she knows we handle th.
choicest and richest pieces made
by Hawkes, Lihbev and Tuthii!
WE SUGGEST
Powder Boxes.. $5.00 to $22A)0
Vases ......... $1.50 to $25.00
Bowls .. $5.00 to $30.00
Compotes ---- $5.00 to $20.00
Vater Sets......$15.00 to $30.00
Creamers and
Sugars ----$.'.00 to S15UW
Nappies $2.00 to $5.00
Celery Dishes $5.00 to $11.00
Colognes $5.00 to $15.00
Fern Dishes. $10.00 to $20.00
VSe are sure our cut glass will
instantly appeal to all. Our
prices are very low
TOWLE - WINTERHALTER
HANNIFIN CO.
RELIABLE JEWELERS
101 Wesl Park Street
Ip
■SfrtiSuL
tn<? Cjifi cf.TliottôktlulnGsy
Any of These Articles Would Make
the Best Kind of a Christmas Gift
We are going lo lisit just a few today and give you an idea what surli an article *ould cotd.
Our «lore ia full »»r the lineHl of home furnishing merchandise and hundreds of splendid gill
suggestions will present themselves to you if you visit this plan-. U-t us pul any article you
may ch«»<»a- aside for Chrislmas delivery, and thus you will avoid Ihe di-appointment often re
sulting from lale shopping.
IF YOU LIVE OUT OF
BUTTE, ORDLK BY MAIL
WF. PREPAY HIE FREIGHT
TO YOUR HOME TOWN
GOLDEN OAK BUFFET
Buffet of quartered oak, golden finish, I tench
bevel plate mirror over top. Klî*-îO Pwfl
No. 1102. Price.............. «UV
GOLDEN OAK BUFFET
Massive buffet of quartered oak, golden finish
elegant style, with large mirror Ö?,4fL DTI
over top No 8.47. Price......v *'»•''''
OAK CHINA CLOSET
China closet of quartered oak, golden finish,
with bent glass ends and glass (1*97 F'Jk
door. No. 674. Price...... I -O*/
OAK CHINA CLOSET
China closet of quartered oak fumed finish,
square design, glass ends and (1»«|Q PTTL
door. No. 767J/2- Price.......
MAPLE DRESSER
Maple dresser with fine large mirror of French
1 $16.50
MAPLE CHIFFONIER
Maple chiffonier with live large drawers and
adjustable mirror. No 442 $22.50
CIRCASSIAN DRESSER
Dressing table of Circassian walnut handsome
design with mirror No. 4057 $25.00
CIRCASSIAN CHIFFONIER
Circa-, ian walnut chiffonier. Colonial design:
bevel plat' mirror No SS7 $45.00
Price
JACOBEAN DINING ROOM SET
Jacobean period dining room set, fumed oak Table buffs' china clo-et fi
chair. No. 62. A $425 set for
A FINE GIFT FOR THE HOME.
hairs and arm
8275.00
Anything Put Aside Now for Christmas Delivery
lP W c»k D cW
H wwr y ARK.
ililiiJJ&U
STARTS TOMORROW—THREE DAYS
EDGAR LEWIS' FIRST
PRODUCTION SINCE
»
THE BARRIER"
8 PARTS
25c
ep
Admission ..
Children ....... 10c
(We Pay Your War Tax)
Imagine if you can, the mental
anguish of a beautiful white girL
reared in the belief that she is of
colored parentage, who loves and is
loved by a white man. That is the
theme of "THE BAR SINISTER"
Produced with the same cast that
appeared in "THE BARRIER" and as
to compelling interest and stirring
emotions, red blooded and powerful
situations, ranks on even terms with
"THE BARRIER"
t to -Ito M>>
THE MOSTLY DISCUSSED PICTURE OF THE YEAR!

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