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îutont Now Expected to Make
Most Powerful Effort of
W ar, Says Bak er.
it Wellington. Doc. Mbirfki'nions !>*«
IIXWÜ i,n th* western front hm
eilest Winy at tira war. Hcci'dar)
ker doctors* la Me work's w u •
tw, mad* puMIc today Tn ......
» menaoe the United Stall' mum
•*d up It* military preparation'
Tetiiry add*, with a wnrnlnn ihal
I enemy la preparing to pm im<> <•»
it Ion In franca plaa* h<' him Im-i-h
• luring at nan tlw Osteal or the Ku*
n nrmle* at Tanitanbara curly In tin
ir. Tira pane« traSatiutlnn» » it it
mala haw parmlttad tjm in»«...... ■ r
•n on th* Waatarn front r ..1 m.u
rpoaa.
Thu review eeserts tin- ... ........
unt«r offensive Oil I !»•* < 'iHIlflt i
■nt haa haan suoocssful In winmnu
ck Iom than one-third of tin- 1 . r
or) captured by Genorul II, nu Tin
dement pl*o note* Ihm Annrloin
« I near tfoopa, "aarhamil mi 1
r tinea, fought off the •
■Ida wtth the British
The laaaan of tha rjarm
m of sl ru ppth la then ink
f The Oarraan parryjnr '
w*i powerful and puer,
ied at mjmtm durliiK
und •WP'lMUr yearn, r..n,i
after the 1 ' 1 ■
ring siren mi
_ west.
y lea vins only nk
1 Suasion ntum
•vallable kuh
la tha «heu ter
a im*< i
îbla t< > moMH/ * In j
in thé past
Th* enemy realise« ihm he fitm
In II ini' I III I I
__and h.- h t.
_____._ to take the min . .»1 . 1.1
ntage of IL The masnlunl. "t He
<k before as eon be be'tei
Hen n ra aemS d by the mm " t.n 1
e enemy Is still eble to khIh
"I t means that we mum m„.,i I
r military effort*. The unite.l nu
ni muet stand squarely hehlml out
idlers.
"It I» net sufficient. In nr.toi.
ihti we must prepare to win
The review nltio hint* si an exim 1
German throat asatnei in. 1 r.
cat,' end says, regardn y in • •
ents In itsly:
"Our declaration of war a urn ii"i An
I* how tissoclate* us Im........... .
h the struggle aetna on In lt.il'_
iscusslnc armistice neyoimiI '^H
it, the ain"
Immediately
ha*
Baltic
I as th*
HUES
LICENSED
itweaeed
to«*
Bread price* la Batte
-reaaed, th* new teav
and
1 mailing at Ult cent.- ■.... 1
ail price of Id mate tor 1 J ' 2 ..,.n.
ill be Ire rise of Butte and 1
consuming It barrels f flour |,. i
nth or more or* Oswusi.i undei th«
tag u Unions. The rules also apply
club* when?
of th«
Wrto'hte mESmCs In whi h hi."
I* done qr* oleo requis I,; i, in
d adml n l et r e tt e« to okeerve the for
hut and reaMetleaa laid down for
bakery trade. The Imp..run. .
1 phase of tha Stead, rak" and
try situât loo I« eMphasl/ed by th.
1 that mom than 0* per cent of th*
lor la done hi private homes
he new Amestenn ^wnr hr.nd - a.
{fHMIfl laid down
|#n, in mad
mrned milk
Baker.s w
mixrMl flo
products than
Its have show 1
keep well. !•
ugar wil
of flour, in
six pounds
1 pounds of
i«st he need,
lard or
100 000,000
rime amount
S3*aE,
»nch
np only
J lowed
sic
pad. and
i**ed in stand
station hrtai
of
j
■7 _ _ Mail Urdcrs rilled rrnm i nia nMveniœmmn* -—------
A Bi&Winter Coat Makes a Practical Gift
Pine cloth coats of burella, Bolivia, wool velour, pom pom, broadcloth and gabar- '
dine in colors of taupe, green, brown, trench and navy blue, fawn, gold rnix
liiros and black These are trimmed with Hudson seal, raccoon arid self material.
$25, $29.75 to $85
Mack and corona plush, silk velour, and velvet coats with collars of muffloon,
badger, Australian and black opossum and natural muskrat; also big roll collars
of self material ; fancy belts and pockets.
$29.75 to $110.00
Fine fur trimmed and novelty suits of wool velour, broadcloth, gabardine,
serge, silver tone, etc., in colors' of Oxford, taupe, brown, green, trench and navy
blue, wine, plum, fawn, bronze, green and black; trimmed with kole.isky, Hudson
seal, lynx, nutria, velvet, etc., with embroidered and braided effects.
Values to $75.00 For $40.00 and $42.50
FASHIONABLE GOWNS
Afternoon and dinner dansant dresses of fJeorgette, at in, taffeta, rajah silk, wool serge, etc.,
in tan, Copen, rose, brown, white, lavender, wine, navy and black.
Values to $45.00 For $29.75
Gifts For the Baby
25c to $1.50
. 25c to $1 00
. 75c to $3.50
1 1.05 to $.3 05 "A
75c to $2.00 cjQ
50c to $2.50 I
50c to $3.95
.........10c
<>9c to $3.05
Rooties.........
Mittens
Knit Sacques
Sweaters ...... ....
Leggins
Woolen and silk caps
Cashmere Sacques .
Flannelette Sncqucs
Teddy Blankets
Doll Blankets...............25c
Battles, combs and brush sets and many
other celluloid novelties for the baby;
priced from ........25c to $3.50
Sweater Sets . $2 00 to $0.50
Buggy Kobes ..........$2.00 to $10.00
Infants' Soft Soles......55c to $1.00
Eider down muff and collar........75c
Silk Quilts . . $2.25 to $6.95
rx
Pm
Tke Dreams
of the youngsters come true
IN TOYLAND
AUCH.
Of course, thtv want everything that s
here when thev sec it, hut it's easy to dis
cover theit picfcrcnce when they are here
a few moments One may heafl for the
hooks books of adventure, of the war,
of hoys' sports Others may «.pend all their
time at the electric railway system, which
is in continual operation on a table by itself /
Still other may investigate the possi- '
biltties of Meccano" and "Briktor.
They quickly locate the things they J/jr
most desire and everything hut the f '.ffi
joy of Christmas is forgotten. //<■ "
home in you lathers and moth- r vfOr
ers and grow young again for a F;'1t
half hour or so.
Kayser Silk
For Xmas
Kayser silk vests with band
top finish, extra long length,
at .................... $2.25
Kayser Italian silk vests with
lace yoke, ribbon strap. $3.25
Kayser Italian silk vests in
heavy quality, band top finish,
well reinforced, extra long
length, at ..............$4.25
Kayser silk bloomers, in pink
or white, sell regularly for
$3.50, at ...............$2.95
Kayser silk bloomers in all
sizes, sell regularly for $4.25,
at .............. $3.95
Kayser silk-top union suits,
tight knee, in pink and white,
at .....................$1.75
Hand Embroidery
Hand-made Spanish embroid
ery lingerie gowns. The prices
ire............$2.75 to $12.50
Plain and envelope chemises
from..........$2.75 to $12.50
Kayser silk camisoles on sale
from...........$1.00 to $4.50
Envelope chemises are priced
from...........$4.50 to $9.50
Second Floor.
Xmas Gloves
For Men
Brown mocha gloves, black
embroidered backs ......$3.50
Dent's gray suede gloves, em
broidered backs ........$2.25
"Gordon" gray suede gloves,
embroidered hacks ......$2.50
Dent's gray suede, outseam,
at ......'............$2.50
Gray mocha gloves, inseam,
at .....................$3.00
Gray suede gloves, outseam,
black embroidered backs $.3.00
Dent's gray mocha gloves, with
black embroidered backs $3,50
Gordon gray mocha gloves,
outseam ................$3.50
Dent's washable ivory cape
gloves, with black embroidered
back, at ................$3.50
Dent's chamois gloves, black
embroidered backs ......$3.00
White kid, for full dress, are
priced $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00
"Suedene," a washable fabric
glove, dressy and serviceable,
for ....................$1.25
Berry & Davis' tan cape silk
lined gloves ............$|,50
Gordon tan cape silk-lined
gloves .................$2.00
Gordon tan cape silk-lined
gloves, with black embroidered
backs ..................$2.50
Tan cape black embroidered
back gloves ............$3.00
Tan cape silk-lined gloves, out
seam, self-embroidered backs.
*< .....................$300
Gray mocha silk-lined Gordon
gloves........$3.00 and $4.00
Brown mocha silk-lined, silk
embroidered backs ......$3.00
Men's Store
V.
HV
Remember "Wheatless Day" Is
Wednesday. Buy Tuesday
(Butte and Centerville stores.;
Help conserve the wheat Use commuai, rye graham anJ
the other cereals.
Cornmeal, No. 9 sack.............. ..............75c
Rye flour. No. 9 sack.................. .... »5c
Graham flour. No. 9 sack ..........................35c
Germade Farina, No. 9 sack .....................75c
Clow's prepared waffle flour, 49-pound sack....... $4.00
Silver Butte jelly powder 4 packages............25c
New prunes, small meaty ones, pound 15c
Christmas novelties and favors now on sale in the
Candy Section.
Cross & Blackwells crvstalized ginger, l-pound cans 50c
California figs package................ 10c and 12'/ 2 c
Fard dates, pound.................... 35 c
Hood River apple cider, gallon ....................60c
Libby's mincemeat, pound ........................25c
Ue are also headquarters for all of the higher grade apples
this year. You will not know what real fine apples are
until you see these.
Jonathans, extra fancy.......................... $2.00
Jonathans, fancy ............................. $1 75
Delicious, extra fancy...............'!!!!!!!!!!!! $3'25
Winter Banana, extra fancy...................... $3.00
Winesaps, extra fancy ... ................... ' ' ' $3 00
Roman Beauties, extra fancy..................... $2.50
Wagners, extra fancy......................... $^50
We also have cheaper Winesaps in smaller sizes.
Here Are Cleverest
BLOUSE GIFTS
uV
ïj \3 j >
We have a complote; line of
moderately priced waists of
fine (juality (J e o r k e 11 e
crepes, crepe de chines, lace
messalines, taffetas, etc., in
fancy models. Some are tai
lored, hut attractive anti
stylish. In lit'ht. arid dark
colors. All sizes. Moderate- /
iy priced from f
$2.95 to $27.50
Middies for ladi" and mi -. <• in all white; washable
Galatea with or without colored trimming.
Navy and rod flannel middies in all sizes. Price- $1
to..................................... $7.ôû
l: i.Of f 1/TIO.*. ?,MOND MOOR
SHOES
Men's gun metal calf I>S
Blucher lace, all sizes $4.00
Our showing of women's
fine all black kid button or
lace street and semi-tire
boots is worthy of your
earnest consideration in
these days of high-priced
leather.
Holiday slipper for the
whole family. Both leath
er and felt are here in
abundance
ik^estions
For Christmas
1 rom our drapery depart
ment that are not alone
appreciative hut useful.
Fancy pillows, of damask,
velour, ilk.- and drapery
fabrics in the new shapes
•of oval, square, oblong.
Bound and decorative ef
fects priced from $2.70 to
*12.50.
Here are gifts that are not only useful and ornamental,
hut carry t he spirit of Christmas through all the days of
the year.
Queen Anne Beauties
111
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Upholstered in a beautiful mulberry shade of velour.
Frame is built of solid mahogany finished in antique
brown. Built by the famous House of Karpens, exactly
as illustrated. Specially priced $32 30
Christmas Rug, Items
100 only. Brussels rugs in Oriental designs; color ng«. of blue b-own.
tan and green; sizes 27x54 inches. Special at.. $1.45
50 only Velvet rugs; size 27x54 inches, io Orien-al and flora! pat
terns. Special at......................................... $3X0
Same quality as above in S'ze 3€x72 inches. Special at........$5,50
Brussels rugs in Oriental patterns and colorings of brown, g-een and
tar. ; size 9x12 feet; regular price $23.00. Special at .... $16.95
Cocoa door mats. Special at.............................. $1X10
Rag rugs; the hit and miss kind; size 24x36 inches. Special at____85c
(THIRD FLOOR;
J
GROWTH OF THE NHMY
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT
Twenty Thousand Men Em
ployed and More Are
to Be Added.
Washington. D. C. Dec. 10— Before
the war hegen the United States gov
ernment emptoved approximately 500.
000 persona in th« civil branch. Now
that this country is actually encaged
in the conflict, tke great array of
workers behind the lighting forcea is
trowing by tens of thousands. A
good example of this rapid addition of
employee is in the civilian force of the
ordnance department of the army
Steycn large privately owned oltlce
buildings in Washington are required
to house the officials and clerks of this
force. In addition to the usual quarters
in the slate war and nary building,
which were sufficient before Uncle Sa*
'—"an lo ore ns re for war The g.,n
.
I
j
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1
. 'Ü vision alone, which did not exist os
a separate division before we entered
the war. now has more than two
thousand civilian employes, besides
^bout three hundred commissioned of -
I ttcera and It is estimated that this
j division will be three Urne« its present
' Stic within a year The great manu
1 facturing plants of the ordnance de
partment in various parts of the coun
try employed about to.eoo men last
siring Now ît»M , t work
th*»® efftahllshmentfl
The task of supplying the** thou
sands of workers in th- face of the
;
;
:
!
j
I
; watest «Jemand for labor the country
; b" fcbowr is the problem of the
: ^ nited States civil service commis
sion At this time great numbers ©f
! women are n«*d*d to fi!l ste
nographic and other positions In the
j at Washington and mechanical
I * ra ^ #s &n 4 technical positions in the
go* emm^nt plants for manufacturing
artillery and ammunition. Th* Ux-al
hoards of civil service examiners at
the postoffices In all cities are furnish
ing detailed Information concerning
positions in which men and women are
needed.
HE ADMITS TAKING
100 DRINKS DAILY; 15
BEFORE BREAKFAST
St Louis. Mo.. Dec. iO—Harm. B.
Graham, former secretary of th* Gra
ham Paper company, according to hn
own testimony before Judge Jenes of
the circuit court, in a suit to set ,je
a trust agreement executed in the
j eerly pert of last year, spent approxi
i th*tel> » 45 t, « month for intoxicants
j during 1*1.*, and the earl) pen of 1 * 1 *
I During 1*15 Graham said he took
from 50 to 71 drinks a dav moetiy
gin. and In 1*14 increased hi* da.. y
consumption to loo drinks
His liquor bDl at home was *!^> x
month on an average, he said, and in
addition to that he spent lie each d«y
for drink* outside his home fifteen
drinks t.«f.,re breakfast were his usual
quota. Graham testified, and during
; the day he would take a drink after
each c, garetu— -and he added that he
was -,n Inveterate cigarette smoker.
THE POST FOR THE NEWS

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