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THAT'S WHAT
ISAY
kd the Wise People
•f Batte Say It, Too
Read This List ol Regular
Bargains in -
KOPALD FURNITURE
Upright folding bed, large mirror...........$14.00
Good kitchen cabinet......................$14.00
ition buffet and china closet.........$25.00
iser; snap at......................$7.00
iron bed .........................$2.00
ng for...........................$1.50
when new $60, now...............$30.00
;eel range......................$16.00
ik round extension table.............$8.00
:y for the famous Howard Heater
Goo* Said on Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments
B. KOPALD & CO.
58 WEST BROADWAY
cou
ATTORNEY SPEAKS
BEFORE THE ALLIANCE
County Attorney Joseph K. Jackson
delivered an address before the Amer
ican Alliance fair Libert > and Uemoc
raey Saturday jjtnlng during which
he declared that drastic measures
should bh- taken against those who
plaça any flag before the stars and
Strips* fHh said thut the American
AUUumw tou not have fulfilled Its duty
I it has made this com
for m*-n who do not
(id Stripes above any
muntty
Place tbt
other
Anaconda'
ter of
also made by Jack
»ries S. Henderson,
appointed to go to
organize a chap
in that city A
be organized
near future.
A j
in I

eases
ro , - ' , I
smol
or said to use Re*i
I lor that skin-trouble
without a second
fell, thousands of doc*
Rt the country are
jtesinol Ointment to
and have been
ntly for over twenty
f not take the com
bined advice of all these wise med
ical men and let Resinol Ointment
make your skin well ? It usually
stops itching at once, makes sleep
possible, and speedily heals the
eruption.
Retinol Ointment u »a excellent healing
dressing, too, lor bums, scalds, cuts and
stubborn little sors*. Sold by all druggists.
£•*/ Mmrt /mt c*tn/Wxi*m.
BERNSTORFF'S SON WEDS
AN AMERICAN WOMAN
Berlin, Saturday, Dec. 8 (via Lon
don, Dec. 10).--The marriage here to
day of Count Christian Gunther von
Bernstorff, son of the former ambas
sador to the United States, and Mrs
Marguerite Vivian Burton Thomason
of Burlington. N. J., is reported by th**
Berlin newspapers.
AUSTRIAN FOREIGN
MINISTER IS ILL
Amsterdam. Dec. 10.—The visit of
Viscount Czernin the Austro-Hunga
rian foreign minister, to Berlin has
been cancelled owing to his sudden ill -
ness, according to a dispatch received
here from Vienna
LETS SPU1S HOT
FORFEITS LICENSE
Food Administrator Hoover
Brooks No Violation of
Regulations.
Washington, D«
10.
nmi
UK ho lit Un* United St;
nger of being
ness by Food Administrator
a use they are violating th'
illations under which the;
D was
Ip hint t
think
he ff mjiI
the*»* 1
!»rt(i
td mi ii -
nse of the
n com pan >
«»ads of po
The revo
» completely
rh tirm* as
It a new li
nuch harsh i*
ing. If» «if the
ics and two-year prison
•nr h number of marked
n various i»«rtH of the
y do not change their
authoritatively slated,
dealer* plenty of warn
worst nffi-nsos reported
vr-stigated by official
>od administration legal
iach cas** was selected
'
w exactly what hart oc
•ere given a recital of
fii
mine
IETI
•In the
and have
navy wc have
met the duties
n-eparc
*»f the
ent ; we an
preparing f«»r
and ar
tirtent we
vlll be*able to i
neet ar
for gréa to
duties, f«jr m
ore ex
responsibilities. The be«
way
« ure ondur
»ng peace is to
prepa
ecus i ugly,
night and day,
for thf
ni ng of th
war. whether
it be 1
short. Th
s we have don*
. this
doing and
this we wiil c.»r
tinue
F\»r the
coming year.
M r. I
proposes a
naval budget
f $1.03
f>02 which
s not itemized
in his
SHIPS IN y. S. NAVY
(Oorttlmietl Fr<
The Navy's Work.
eport.
In various ways, he says, it will l»e
necessary to ask for additional funds
as the session of congr*-Ks proceeds.
He points out, however, that appropri
ations for the last fiscal year totalled
$1.542.732.859 for the navy and for a
13 month period $1,005,410.930. Con
gress provided liberally, he says, and
legislated for the navy with vision and
wisdom.
"This was done, too,** he adds, "in
the broadest spirit of national patri
otism by members of all political
partie«."
Navy's Expansion.
Striking figures contained in the re
port showing the war expansion of the
navy Include the following:
Since Jan 1, 1917, the naval force
has increased from 4.500 officers and
68,001) men t»> 15,000 officers and 254.
000 men; the number of stations of aTl
kinds opointed by the navy has in
creased from 130 to 3C3; the number « »f
civil employes from 35.000 to 60,000;
strength of th- naval r«ser\e from a
few hundreds to 49,246 men; the aver
age month' y expenditure from
$8.000.000 to $60.000.000; the number of
ships in commission from ;• little mort
than 300 to more than 1.000; the hos
pital corps from 1.600 to 7,000; th»
nd
national
16,000 inr
officers a
J 30.000
and to thf
laced, the*
'p and to
val volunteers from zero to
the marine corps from 344 :
to 1.197 officers !
iddition to this
s for material
activities !
ns, train - J
vided for !
i«l other regular
Confidential Work.
of the Naval
the first
the
the report of the gen
navy. His synopsis
nrk shows that it has
confidential character
withheld for that rea
says. This report is
of the future building
how •
not make public
oral hoard of th.
of the board's w<
been of a most
and the report is
son, Mr. Daniels
the usual source
program *»f the navy,
contents himself this
with recommending thut
of th»- three-year program already ap
proved be authorized, including thre*
battleships, one battle cruiser, three
scout cruiser«, nine fleet submarine!:
and a number of auxiliary « raft
The secretary asks that the perma
nent enlisted personnel be increased !
to 129.000 blue jackets. 10.000 ap- j
prentice seamen. 7.000 men in the tiade j
schools and 4.000 for the air service.
l «>r war purposes he asks that the fig
ures be 180.000 blue jackets. 24,000 ap
prentices. 11.00»» in trade s< ho*.Is and
10.000 in uviation.
Promotion by Merit.
Mr Daniels acain emphasises his
r.-.liiiK ihm promotion should he made
oi' the I Mists of merit throughout the
na\\ and that th«* "fetish'* of seniority
be abandoned/ "from admiral to en
sign. He recommends that the se
lective system now be extended to the
stafT as well ns the line. He also ex
presses ihe conviction that every can
didate for admission to the Naval
academy should be compelled to serve
a year before the mast as an enlisted
man before entering the school
The report declares that the inter
changes between the naval services
of the allied powers and the navy
have been "particularly frank and
ree," adding that this partnership of
democratic nations will yet ' insure a
*y ;
r.
*r ,
ANNOYING
SYMPTOMS
How Heat Flashes, Dizzy
Spells and other Bad Feel
ings at Change of Life
may be Relieved.
Richmond, Vn. —"After taking
seven bottles of Lydia E. Pinkharn*«
Vegetable Com
pound 1 feel like
new woman. I al
ways had a headache
during the Change
of Life and wax also
troubled with other
bad feeling* com
mon at that time —
dizzy spells, nervous
feelings and beat
i flashes. Now I am
in better health
than I ever was and recommend your
remedies to all my friends. "—Mrs Lena
Wynn, 2812 E. O Street, Richmond, Va.
While Change of Life i* a most crit
ical period of a woman's existence, the
annoying symptoms which accompany
It may be controlled, and normal health
restored by the timely use of Lydia B.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Such warning symptoms are a sense
of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches,
backaches, dread of impending eyü,
timidity, sounds In the ears, palpitation
of the heart, e|«rl:s before the eyes,
Irregularities, constipation, variable ap
petite, weakness and dizziness.
Auction
Sale
Every Day at 2 p. m.
WATCHES
DIAMONDS
JEWELRY, ETC.
A chance of a lifetime to secure
holiday goods at your own price
Dave Brodie
JEWELER
40 East Park Street
Peoples Theater Building
th<
says that whe
■y supplied gunners
liant cruft without
tasting pence."
call came, the
and guns for m
an hour's delay.
The report touches on the various
naval conferences attended by Amer
ican officers but adds nothing to what
is know'll of the questions taken up or
decisions reached. Throughout the
lengthy tournent the secretary is
careful to avoid any statement that
might be of service to an enemy.
Th*- secretary pays tribute to the
marine corps which has lived up to its
best traditions, he says, as will be*
shown when the war is over. The
marine regiment In France, he says,
will soon be considerably augmented
in its service with General Pershing's
elopr
n remarkable, t
largely to the
aircraft has
re tar y says,
of th«* Lib
A Flying Boat.
may be stated with confidence."
i>9, "that at the present rm-nmi.t
have an American fly inn boat
.ictuall> flying with an American en -
gin** which ts unexcelled by any for
- ign craft of th* type."
The secretary discloses the fact that
{American coast patrol stations have
authorized abroad and will lie in
ition next year, but gives no de
«'.per
tail«
In
th
! a« ^
j It w
j this
I gi
ar
• va
iusion. Mr. Daniels pictures
•ility of an international navy
o keep the world peace. Such an
greement cannot be cherished now. he
a.vs*. that all the world is at war
"But if this condition could not be
cached in time of peace." he adds. !
may we not believe that it will be one
»f the compensations for the terribl
ragedy of war?*'
An International Navy
Kach naval power should assisn
units to th** international force in pro
; portion to its wealth and population,
th.* secretary suggests, adding:
, "To such a police of the sen this
country will be ready to make full !
contribution, and to that end the ex- !
pansion that now crowds all the old
and new shipbuilding resources will [
soon place this country in a position to f
furnish as many and as powerful ships
will come fr**jn any other countr
«
lasting calamity if. when
the
should linge
burden upon
a people, already h»
taxed by wai
a competitive pr<
»•f costly na>
al cons*-uction.
country will.
no d*»0bt. tak. its 1
place in bringing about such pro\
in th» s peace
treaties as will
a .
avily !
gram .
lhis
roper
again «
nstrain any nation to adapt its
mai program to th* program of some
.»ther nation from which there is the
compelling menace of possible and un
provoked attack. Such compulsion, is
the very negative of naiural and or
derly naval development. It means
the tyranny of a program dictated bv
apprehension rather than the free
standard suggested b> na- 1
choice
ttonal needs and supported b, national ,
ideals. An international nan, on the
wntrary. will make poeaihle such naval :
s, h nation deems fit
people. It will also
by pro
development as
ting f
serve "the parliament of man
iding a naval force ample enough ..
alidity to International decree^
ron c enough m keep inviolate the .
of the world.' I
TARIFF BMRO TO
ADVISE CONGRESS
Commission Studies Commer
cial Treaties and Economic
Alliances.
Washington,
he United States into i
vnr has brought the acti
United States tariff corn
>ser relation to war p
nditions. Both our al
»•mies are considering t
10 Kntram
net
i far
clal
F» lit y and
'he central pov
rrangement of
entrai Europe
t-ial a II lari
s are considering the
n economic union for
Imperial preference
v discussed in Kng
lf-governing colonies
issibilities are sug
results of the Paris
■•nee whi-h jnet in
which provided for a
differential treat
countries, neutral
countries. in t
tariff commission
specifically empo
allied
The l 'ni ted Sti
GflBURET PATRONS 10
HELP PAY WAR BILLS
Treasury Department Will An
nounce Tax Plan Within
Coming Week.
The
and within th*- next week tl
State treasury department
nounco the plan whereby p
such places are to pay war
Concerning the tax the rev
pa riment has issued the
warning:
viil
month.'
Wa
[ mary
eral i
day
h M satisfaction of knowing that they
»re contributing toward the support
of the boys in the trenches.
Rules governing the collection of
probably will be issued by the treas
ury department next week.
Regarding 20 per cent of the bill
for refreshments as the cost of ad
mission, where no admission fee Is
charged, the pro posed tax is 1 cent on
each 10 cent« or fraction thereof of
such 20 per rent of the total charge.
If. for instance, the check handed to
you by the waiter is for $5, you will
find at the bottom an additional 10
cents for war revenues.
"The term 'cabaret' Is held to in
clude every hotel, restaurant, hall or
other public place at or in which, in
« onnection with the service, or sale
of food or other refreshments or mer
chandise. there i» rendu« te
vaudeville, or other rerfomia_____
diversion in the way of acting, sing
ing. de» tarnation or dancing, either
with or without instrumental or other
music.'
"Wh*re ther. is only instrumental
music b\ an orchestra, as in the case
of man> hotels, the tax does not ap
ply. It does apply, however, if danc
ing is permitted.
"The tax is paid by the pers*
lug for the refreshment.
"The proposed rules require 'every
person corporation, partnership or
association conduc ting any public per
formance f«.r profit at any cabaret, or
other similar establishment.' to file
with the collector of taxes In the dis
trict in which the cabaret is located
on or before the tenth
beginning with December, a return
under oath in duplicate, of the amount
any
pay
rolle* ted
f eat h month.
DRASTIC ACTION BY
FEDERAL TRADE BOARD
here Feb. 4
hington. De
»«•mplaint e
ade commii
eainst the
mr any. which \
n«l ai
. ins
.dated a
! - ease alleged
. Summ
constitutes a precedent for drastic
tion by the « ommtssion
*. 10.—The first sum*
er issued by the fed
si«*n was entered to- ■
i'hicago^ Lino -Tabler 1
ns ordered to appear '
harges of hav- |
oluntar\ agreement to
infair trade practices.
issuance of the complaint
Jonr
nat " e
1
JOHN KRONHOLM DEAD.
lohn Kronholm. aged 66 years and a
f Finland, diad Saturday eve
Inc it a local hospital folio,vine a
I ricf Hines«. He ramp to Montana In
1SSS and ha. since spent most of the
time rrospeetlnc and mininc In the
suite He is survived by a widow of
Itutte and a daughter in Mibbinc.
hree married danght -rs
, ln K, nland >1
«nd Whitehall
: milny lri *ndr
as well know»
where he l#»a>
ln
. tl at
I am,.
PAW KNOWS EVERYTHING.
Willie Pm- what i. the horn of
plenty ?
r *"~ The one that is attached to
■ap Phonograph next door my
Penny Pinching Not
Always True Economy
I have learned that the intelligent
housewife—the woman schooled in really seien
tific domestic economy—no longer throw* away a nickel to
save a penny.
A good way to illustrate this point
would be through comparison of baking
powders.
Experience has taught me—and mill
ions of other women that it doesn't pay to buy
cheap baking powders. They cost a few cents less, but in the
tone run they are decidedly the most expensive. Because of
the low crade materials employed in their manufacture they
cause many bake day failures—and peat loss of expensive
ingredients. The housewife throws out, in wasted materials
many times the amount saved on the cost of the baking pow
der. This is not economy, but extravagance.
True economy in baking powder
demands the highest «juality at the lowest price.
Only baking powders that meet these demands should he
used. Only baking powder that is made of the highest class
ingredients so perfectly proportioned that it not only produces
maximum leavening power but also preserves it.
Besides, the baking powder that
meets the modern demand for economy should
be economical in use—full strength—economical in cost—
secured at a moderate price. The housew ife should be able
to effect a saving when buying—and another saving when
using—and she should save materials it is used with.
That is economy in its highest form.
Complete economy. The only kind of econ
omy the housewife should attempt.
I have proved positively by exhaust
ive experiments and comparative tests that
Calumet Baking Powder is best suited to these savings. It
possesses the surety, the purity and goodness that make
constant employment of utmost baking economy possible.
Note. — Miss Costello is already well known to most of the ladies
of our city. She is of the Domestic Science branch of the University
of Chicago, a graduate of Leu is Institute, Supervisor of Domestic
Science in Public Schools. Special Lecturer on Domestic Arts and
Economy, Special Lecturer to the Women's Clubs.
Wc
publishing a senes of her most important articles .
The Most Useful Gifts For Christmas
A COAT OR FUR
For Wife, Daughter or Sweetheart
There is no money wasted by buying such articles of apparel.
They give comfort and warmth to the wearer, and their useful
ness Is appreciated long after the memory of les» valuable
presents ha- faded away.
WE SELL ON CREDIT
WE CARRY:
Manicuring
Sets
Toilet Sets
1^' ailiers
PIN*
m
1
m
]6.North Montana St. J
WE ( ARKY :
Shaving Sets
Collar Boxes
Military
Brushes
Also Roger Sil\ erw are and Cut Glass
THREE OF PERSHING'S
MEN DIE OF DISEASE
WashingP n. D. <'.. De- 10.-—General
Pershing reported today the following
deaths from natural causes:
Corporal Jay H Marshall
pincers: pneumonia
Private Lyle R Rich, medical corps,
typhoid fever; Willow City. N. D
Private Jackson W Mac David, en
Nola, Mass.
.... .
\Nhen she eats onions, said young
!
GREAT SCHEME.
Rook,
1 go to Sister May,
And make her start to read i
That takes her breath away
book
1
Yon Look As YOU FEEL
You know well enough when your liver is I™o-g
CONSTIPATION
Your aUn toom get* tha bad an. k
«roww dan. ywOow, —ddy had »
Ä'irsÄrjsrÄsr
dm« staadard rtai d , ■
Small Pill, Dooc, Ssmfl mMm.
Ätur.
o Mroa in t
Blood M the re mon i
m "T colorless faces I
PORTER'S IRON PILLS
w^win greatly help moat pale-faced people.
SENATOR WALSH MUCH
BETTER, SAYS REPORT
Senator Walsh has arri\ed in lem
Angeles feeling much better, accord
ing to a telegram received in Butt«
last night from .V H. Heilbroniier,
genera; manager of the Salt Lake
n ute Mr Heilbronner met Senator
Walsh in I .os Angeles.
The »pnator's physician. Dr. Hors
ley. stated upon arrival that the Mon
na senator is much improved in
general health and that he may b«
able to return to his duties in Waah
ingtrm soon.

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