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SHALL
ASS
But the Spirit of
Christmas Will Always
Abide
=
not let hearts dry up
tin* greater part of the
Hs in woe. The Christmas 7
spirit today needs special emphasis.
Do your Cfcrlstmas shopping now You'll get
better attention and more complete stocks to
select from. Here is a partial list of ac
ceptable gifts.
Telephon e Aluminum
ids Percolators
drawn' and
p«Mc * 5.75
STANDS
fwtrleiv. to select
prices its low
■HP- *2.00
JARDIN 11 pi s
Qtaccd earthen wu rc and solid
brut: price« rune.'- from
mm »<> • ■ 35*
LAMPS
Extra will Htiinhcil »ml
packed in r .hi ist in« - . Luxes;
ni 92.50
PICTURE FRAMES =
For one, two or three pic
tures. bronzed, golden ped
efttfll m low it * 1.50
Urge et*e pUm> or floor
«ilk shades; at
I*.. * 15.00
COVERS $2.75
Tapeelry - or velum iliumv
table cover« or throws; the
priem as lew a» *2.75
OIL RAINTINCs si tHi
frames |f®n
_ m w mL
jecta; on sale at *| (Ml
NUT ItOWI S
/VI a It of. a ii y nut bowls with
picks; now Hrc priced Iroin
*2.7 5«» *1.50
CANDLESTICKS
Mahogany c and lest icks, an
appreciated Kifl; per pair
m *1.50
FRAMED PICTURES
A special collection; all-new
framed pictures al prices as
1 inw as as*
PI DES I ALS $1.25
E'umed oak or mahogany ped
estals at a piice range from
••'*(».75 ">-------- *1.25
Qaick Meal Hanges Are Sold Only al the Oeehsli Store I =
OECHSLI
Pi GREAT i —$
VALUES I
W. Ii roadway
WAITER.
; that I (cannot tell
1 had not eat on for
Owing Itself rave
wit h too great
Dntr;w ting an In
h «ever« enough
little thing ran
mess Leaves Weakness
pie cold strips and reduces your resistive
other sickness. Only food—not alcohol or
the rich blood which distributes strength to
concentrated medicinal food in
the
if) EMULSION
rich and stimulates its circulation while its
je enlivens the appetite and aids nutrition to
youi strength quickly and permanently. If you
vn, anemic or nervous, by all means get Soott'a
It builds because it is a food—not a stimulant.
Scot t tk I».wne. Moon:field. *T J.
MIG REDUCTIONS
AT THE BIG
RANCE SALE
IW GOING ON
FLORENCE CO.
A. HL9SER. Mgr.
I
j
I
I he »
.* heon strong When | brought
H wiki dancing merrily and hurn
Mio Miirfar e Der hap« thin Idea
Ii.im JiiMt prenenter] lt«elf to
dea vor ed to wallow too large a jile> e
»neat The mor«Hjl »turk t., hin windplp
A terrlfh- coughing fit, Inauddde uî
grün« «-am. ensued A Um. soon all wan
ov «r I can account In nr* other way
'he r «»or creature'» death." JJppln
oU*i
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST
CHS PISSES
THE WHISK
Tho Resolution Attains! Austria
Now Goes to Presi
dent Wilson.
I '»»ntInfrom I'tUD»
iiguUmt A tint 1 1» lluii»cnry
It m lifimediain Adoption
llonldn tli« rnssons that Austria In,
Unr-many's ««Jlv* «My «»id "« h f*""
commit M'd war like, ne t« •»"' i
I nit.«! Hint« «. H«*list or Htonn r 1 ««lii»*i'l
lhi.ro won Hi*- fui t li«r rciison Mint Ifi
iiMinuwh ii h Itnly. l*Y«nrn "»•'• liHglufri ;
I omprliieil mm tinttl«fror»t, Auir-rlciui j
troops mil'll * »I liny Ilm«. »I« fun I hk (
Mniiutor Hton« ^iii"1« »'
rklnti or ltnlr..ifInn rHutl'i
In Mil« k»'
Kill NtntKKl«."
msn k now of I tin
lii! limit« nml npi.iMiilly lriillMMi.hlt/1"
lllallofl tut W'lll Ml« PfOVMf fllfM'fltH 'if
titiniiiny mu! Aiuiltln 11 urig» ry. In
Mm |irni(|HiN of ••vent« It hm* l»**cofn**
iniiiilf.H! I hat Mi« t'i»H*«l Hint* - I«
limvltulily mm much <M w.ir will» An»*.
Min Ifufigiiiv nu Uh »l«rin»MiV In
Mm clrcunmlMii' »•« It I« IrriposHlhlo
that mull ii M" m laMufin »#«tW«K*M Mm
two - i.initrlfM should «»»nlln>»«*l
In Mi« |«rii"< «uHon of the var Her
mam imk] Au«irn I InnKariuri » » *1 -^ »»ris
« « » •.mIIiihI.iI a ii«! • oopcriill « ' *'i
M« ill Ik- i Ii a ml. Mm I'nDml Ht«t*-n I*
• -ndlriK troops imi'I *t»i I» |»lI«* * t" Md th*
. nil-tit« alll««. Ill' IlldDlg < lMl Mimi«: to
firm ii' « Mm «»»»•-»**' alii»". »»•'• rov.-rn
fit of Mm I f.llnl 'itiilf» Im T ii iilthlUK
m«ti, supplies a(i*1 minify to all 'ho
« (i(*-ntl* ("«•*•» nirmfii*. Mi'- mifiMifn« war
• iKiri' ll has t»««n m panl/"1 «t f ' • elo* In
will'll ttm gnv«rnrnsi»t of Mif t Frilled
Ht.it «hi In aiiMiorlliiMvnly r«| r«*>«n»«d
« ri«| In will'll n Iso Mu ii » Mrltaln, I rm'h
r 1 It .1 an r« fin u nt» d to t o rrdl
mit« Mi« allied f .»" » with Mi« < w m
art
o| «•ratio
Mia
r.f Mm
Hu
IM|.|.
fln«'l_i :
will'll hud h'-ari
I rar»' «-. It«lifliim
)•« laid (»nt a« 1
front, under on«
defifii d •" » nrthr
• n't Italy. Thl« n a« h
na ' oritinuo m ha Mia
A Single Front.
told that American troop«
up to Mil« data ma d
if limy ar« r»p»ratlnK
loop dafltiad hatM« fro
r»r th'
• hi' h
l»ra • *-n ItalKluru
that It would
h«re A rrmrl- a
I la Han troop« u
lid Italy r aim not n* o
i.l<a iny dlff'T'-nr«
ftrltlHh Frcnrh or
tit for Mm moment L«
If all ■ f thorn are m-oparat
ir in on« I'cncriil »novern«rit uoi rud
• t « ornmon r-ri'*mv, aloog a m\tns\i- wall
rhdlned hfiMl« front. I« the parM'iilar
I'-mprirarv lr»ratlon of on«» proup or an
Jolhar group Imporla»it? T't • iGonp«
jmay i»a «Lifted to meet 1 1»»• < ■:h" n i«m
of war.
The I'rill'd Htateft ;• u r poi t Inaf
ftnlv am well Fin pin nd, rnme«. and
Mio « ■ ountrl«« In !lk< rnann t $ <• mif.
JlortJriK th«* t'nit.d H » » » if, • ir, M»«*y
all wap Dip ajjaDi-it tfi»- Imp« rial (h-r
man po* *•rnrnent At that point the
l.'nited Hlate« moefn Austria-ffuripary
■nd AuHtrla Hun ir i •. i f ortln
thfrnarr Th#? t o / itloriM r « in
ant net. and In o| o ai t y ,n
dud of th* V.ar
ImpoHMl.le Situation.
' AhIiJi- from net« of aggrefiMlon irul
off him*: commit I ♦?«! hy th« \ i.tro-Hun
garian KGvernment «galnet. th« f.'rdu-d
Hlate», whl* h In l»»«lf the committee
declare» Ir» I*« H'iffir |«nt > au ■ for Mtir,
it i» manifcMtly imp«« nihl« »hat ihe
I ' ni tad Htate» and Au» tria whould he
at peace while Gcrrmu.y and the L'nlted
HtaD « are at war The »täte of actual
war already mxihIh last ween AuNtrta
and the l 'nit«d H»an 1 1 .< t,«.tr«r fr*r
u« and fur the world that thl* gre**»
fa/ t Mhould he r«*« ognlrp-d and acted
upon affirmatively .md authoritatively.
National honor and national inter«*!«
alike demand that thl» government
»hould awumc «r» attitude of dignity,
iruerity and commanding firrnne»» In
it» International relation».''
Debate in the House.
T»et*ate in »he house on the reMolu
tion to de< la re war on Auatria va»
opened i*> r'halrman Hood of the for
eign affairM ' ommlttee He axked the
ho une to pa«« the re«r>| u tion unani
mously. The declaration, he Bald, . a
essential to the welfare of the aille»
and further that Auatria in an un re
stricted and rut hie«« «ubmarine war
fare had «unk American «hip« and
murdered American citiz«*ri«
'This I« war. war hy Auatria upon
this country," «aid Mr. Flood. The
»aaault : »P<»n the«« «hip» and the myr
• I ■
much an act of war agaimrt thi« «oun
tr\ a« if Auatria had iande«| an army
uj on our shore« and marched It to thi»
•Ity. burning our home.« and murder
ing our citizen« an it «•am«- r , U r flag
hau »>een insulted our territorial in
tegrity ha» l>ee n invaded, the !i e« of
our itizenx taken, and to submit would
bring irreparable injury lo«« and suf
fering to our p«*>ple.
We should ar:cept th« gage of bat -
tl** from Austria. Just as we did from
Germany." h* deci arw1 arHl dwelt upon
th« moral eff^t. particularly upon
Italy, laying it would strengthen the
front and the whole allied cause.
Let us pass th« resolution speedily."
he declared ''Unking together f.,r over
whelming def.^t the two medieval gov
ernment» which plunged the world into
war and still stand as the worst oh
stacie to a just peaamong the na
tions.
ARRESTEn in CONNECTION
WITH 1EWELRY ROBBERY
Stmle. -«o.. 7. C. J. Taylor, until
ret.nlly a Se.tre h.itel proprietor, to
d»y arts at liberty on $2,000 bail, h iv
iiiLr i*een arrested yesterday nml
(diaryed with grand larceny in eus
n«« tioii u iUi u n>i>bery of pr«>ciouM
stnnns and Jewelry «aid In Im.- worth
>10 000 from a L>os Angele» hotel *afe
last June.
Half Price
Sale
MEN'S SUITS, OVER
COATS AND FURNISH
ING GOODS AT HALE
PRICE, COST OR I.ESS
The Clothery
::l Ninth Main
i
Samaloff
Concert Co.
Grand Opera Stars
Friday Night, 8:30
High School Auditorium
BAZAAR AMD
FOOD SALE
Ity Ladies of I irsi Bapt ist
Church
At 209 W. Park
Today and Tomorrow
Dec. 7 and 8
Japan«*«* < hr nit rnn« f«oodx and fit tier
I M-fiil und I »
New Laid Efjfls 65 e
Aftgr unn'i *i/ ( if you find thmy
ar« not th« «am« quality «» c»ty
•K|yt ( ruturn th« other and your
6V. w«ll b« r«turn«d.
Broadway ( reamery
111^ Went liro«r1w«y
FEDERAL OFFICERS
SEARCH FOR BOOZE
'u» r i rumd Y - orn I *
y*»u :<r.«w what they are digging for,"
ru\i\ ihe soldier 'They ;»r** af»«r a
u h' f Itoo/< Mnlf dodged the a >r 'D.
I understand. '
' Wh*»w!" wall the answer. "If Mils
y« i i out Mi* r- Aill be more prosp«< t ;
ti *tii- : ■ i ' tonight than *• *-.t »p
pened in Montane Before."
i »ne revenue officer during the search !
on .N'orth Main c»re«t Intimated that 1
ih« i.'J -ri r»io alleged «ache at »• *.».
s I *o I
only »h« b«gD*nlng of a n »*4
h r-iids In /hitte It ir not I
heth«r other raid» will be of!
th« burled treaa ire'' nature or upon
salo■< here liquor has f.'*Hsi**ly
carefully steered »round the new war I
tax provision-.
The ground where th« officer» arc •
«xcav.jtlnv for burled Joy-water" ir- Ê
frozen solid md covered with a light
blanket of sr. » v, making the work of
digging diffi' ilt. The ground H*-err.A
to have '«en recently worked over
with ho • and pu ks in a number of
pi'»/ es. ar d rh«.* revenue officers at first
were in doubt as to the proper place!
to begin work. fia' k of the place*
*-•/». «re th- fir-* digging began Is a
«1" , ully wi'h th« foundations of t vo
or three torn -down buildings around 1»
The total open space comprise* about
ilf
DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK?;
Have You Rheumatum, Kidney, Liver or
Bladder Trouble?
«vider. * Of k.dn«*y uunbl«
tura « timely warning to show you
that the track of health is not clear.
d ill b • he in the hack is often !
i?v trrSaF. 1 * j t ^ na
Dang.r Signals
_ , _ .
If thesp* danger nifnaia are un- !
he«d-d more senoua ««suits may be
kldn.y trouW. in it, wurst
-
f m-X «»I upon yo'i
Thousand* of people ha.e twtified
that the mild and immédiat» »ffe« t
rfwimp-Root, th* erwtt kidru-y
liv-r «td bladd.r mcdicin. . kmt
---- - soon
r-aliMd—that it „und, the h,*h**t
for it® remarkable -unlive effeet r,
th® most djtre MmJ5 c®®es If you
need » medKine. y.ej should hare the
——'
ayt^wma* of ,? k,dney trouble f .Th",
aymutom® .h-.wm« J,,, ^
Swamp-Root are be.rut aubjeet to en -
portunit, to pr.oe £ re^rk.t ' ' , t \ ' Th *' you the ^
ID CROSS SENDIN6
TRIINS TO HILIFIX
i Complete Staff and Outfit for
Hospital Go on One
Special.
Wushliii'lori. I»* ' 1 7 ArraiiK' »»•*•(»•»«
f*.» dispatching i third r«H«r train »••
II a in today fr*»rn N«w York to r.ar
ry supplies arid »•««l*dari' « t'* llullfa*
w«it» mud« hy Mi« Jl**d (.'ro«H Itafl
way offR'Ial» ar« aanlnMiiK 'Mid will
|KIHh Mm Miifli through ■« f ml ax P"«
slid"
John E Moorn will h« In chgrg« "f
Mi« It'd I'ronn relief work in llallfaif
All «uppll« m will hu dir«.«: tod to hlfii
and llm work of mir((H»na, norm*
mo* :lm I work «r» will I»« und«*r IiIm dl
roi' tlon Hiirgnoiin »»id nurses a»« •**'
I «K rimhitd I" Mm t« «»I« in Mi»«»«
|'*r»*rn I tow tori a m«dk al I»mm« hos
pltnl consisting '*f 15 physlcluns an»
TO nur**'« Ihim ^»♦•'■n ordered ♦<* Mali
fair with a full * or f»s of surgeon*
uoui'd who«' work will h« supple
merited l»y that of an nrgsriljwid hndy
(If offh irtl work«»« Th« train from
N'-w York will not arriva Mi«r« t»«*
for»* midday lofiioi row
INTERNMENT CAMP FOR
AUSTRIANS IN MONTANA
ffonflrnird F»».
of AuMtrhi
Mont ana •
»h«- d"
apalruil Auatrlu i,j made Mm Auxtri
"a II*-n •■n*-ni h-m" will a utornat l»ally
come under Mm pro* InloriM and prohl
IfiMon« that in»*.« air««»!/ he« n « «tat»
llaii«d for Oerrri»n •«)»«(.« A« ^jcii
alien« they will he prohibited from re
Hiding 1 or he Dig wiMiln '«r'.iDt dt»
tun':"« of munition planta a
fron»« and will have to oh* . the '/.on«
Hy»t«rn" re««'nfi/ <Nt»hii«li«'l hv ti»'
pr«*»hl«rnt
All f li-rtiinii .ill* '. -Mi-H- ■ fitly or
der«*rl out of Mi« l»islrl/;t of »'olumhi-i
ao'J It I thought * * Main that a «J* > .
ration of w»r again»» Austria will «a
for «rieh an ord'
A ua tria rm
I orm*-r ft* pr«i
YÏ : " h 11
I'aimer, • u*'o'Jlan o
will take over ail
owned try Au»tri#».nx
in thin country
Ho )/i format Ion
the poMHlhlllt y of
Internment. * imp h
I» ia thought
' III ha
THOUSANDS OF AUSTRIANS
AND HUNGARIANS IN BUTTE
Th<
'h-clsrslluri of -M ir again. •• .
tria will have far-reaching ijfied in
lîiitre, wh'f lr.«r« *;*• a» pr<KMOi
»hou -mds .f imru' orallzer) A ie.'riao
and Hungarians. f'Hy draft board »««
ords . ho a M,a» Wi moa» or 11 */.* d
A ustro-Hungarians ar« r«?gls4«reirj in
»his city and that &λ men of this race
wer« r ailed a rul ;v r^-pUsd In the fire
draft. A large number r/f these '».» j
men are now In L'amp I.«wis A um. i
250 or: natura! )'/>d Austro Hungarian*-[
ar« registered in the ' ojnty .»r.«l I • j
have been sent »// » amp l.* *i*. as J
nearly ^ui can Lk? figured This nurn- ]
bei «nt »/* »'amp J^ wln r«pr« Berits I
y.- rians '*r Hungarians who pas icd 1
the physical *x ami nation» and who did J
not file claim to exemption on the I
ground of aiier*ag«
f.'y'-u board rnemM-r» have r**re.vedj
no work as to »he status of these men !
after war is declared on Auatria fer- j
tain U 1» that no more will b** taken j
into the national army, although it Is J
thought probable that none of the A .a- j
trlaris now in the army will be re- J
leased unless it is shown that they do j
not ca/-.: to fight in Kurope aga. J
Germans or Austrian*
Figuring on the ha*!* of 132 me.* I
registered between the ages of 21 and J
21. ' . • ji.oaG-d to a there ar« rr.or •
Mix*. 2-Vi un naturalised Auxtrtan.s a/.-i j
H .( ^ u *r.* Di /Pitre, and about l.-Vsi ;
• .
city
of Hu
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ng and
troubkg day ard
sediment, etc.
bé«k of control, imartisc. cr c acid
rh.unu.tiam •-l'.r.x may h* ,f
fle*h, sallow eompiexton.
»*rtvs tiv:/ of Kidn«/ 0,uas«
P *° P '* °°* r ' ali " »•«
^LAnn.ng increase and rt-nuriuvie
*r.r.l«cr f 4 f
kidney d!a*>rder^ are among the most 1
r r nm<>T. dLseaae;, that prevail, they ^
* r ' '»>« l«t hr I
? t **^ —a® »®ry ®ft.n content i
III®««. 1 * «nth doote-.ng th® ®«®cta
»til® th. oeiginat diM®u may .-.j® . j
et-intT,-• undermine the .ystem
Regular medium md iarçe site hot- |
tie® at ail drujr at.tren.
s'T K ' h * Ur mSL^.\
? w *"'*-*"*■ -"«I «»- .ddrm®. Bma
eve^ battle * ' Wh " H W,l ' •
at \
r. !
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TODAY
and
SATURDAY
ONLY
d
FANNY WARD
"ON THE LEVEL"
A Picture that meet* all the demand*
of "Rialto Superiority."
A Iso
A Mack-Sennett-Paramount Comedy
A su{>« r-si ream ! \ krun kout!
and
"THE FIGHTING TRAIL"
Tenth Episode
The Western Meat Co.
SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTIONS ON
MEATS AND PROVISIONS
SATURDAY
LUOS OF MUTTON
MUTTON CHOPS
MUTTON STF.*
BEEF POT ROAST. ALE. CUTS
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF
ROUND STEAK
SIRLOIN STEAKS
BUCKET STEAKS
•SUGAR-CURED EASTERN BACON
EASTERN HAMS
fancy home dressed hens
We veil prime >oung ,teer beef only
BE THRIFTY AND SAN E A DOLL
25a? p-' i 1 »
22 <t P«r lb
1 '2',C :*!■ lb
15<? P-' lb
20<" per lb
2ttr ?«f ib
20e p<r Ib
22i«r?«rlb
by the \--tp p <f Ih
MIC per u>.
27 :e »b
-f-evh hea.rhy tni amury.
NR—BE Y YOLK MEAT AT
Western Meat Co.
WHERE EVERYBODY BUYS.
Phone 1 Ï.52.
121 Last Park
Lyon'sBestFlour
You will please the
family best when
you bake with this
Flour, because your
bread will have a better
taste and flavor.
Asie Your Grocer
Butte Wholesale
Grocery Company
Botte
Montana

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