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SVUTH WAIN The Busiest Week oi 1917 This U the week of . the year that taxes the mind and the pocket book to the utmost Extra duties and holiday demands no doubt will bo lessened this year—but the Christmas spirt will prevail ut home and the table will contain nearly all the dainties of past years. The early buying of staple needs—the making of fruit cake and mincemeat will greatly releive you from the last minute struggle that usually makes Christ ma.- a burden. GENUINE SOUTH ERN HOLLY Pound ...........80c EVERGRETN ROPING yards to the bolt, $175; yard.... 10c DOUBLE HOLLY WREATHS POUR APPLE SPECIALS ti boxes Wealthy Apples, 200 size, wrapped pack, slightly shriveled; a bargain special, box..........$1.10 Wolf River large baking and cook ing apples, box............... $1.65 Ffcoed and „filled fancy McIntosh. orchard rutf "prick. box........$1.65 Finest qriflfra* Bälden apples, per box $2.25 FOR THE FRUIT CAKT Select citron, special, lb........25c Fancy lemon and orange peel, lb 30c Vostizza currants, lb...........40c Finest seeded raisins, 3 pkgs...40c New walnuts, almonds, filberts. Brazils, lb .....................30c Figs, dates, cider. Richelieu spices, etc. NEW KRAUT Uncooked Large 2 V* can. s cial at, each...... Extra Quality APRICOTS Good, syrup, , extra flavor, special, per ..82.60 Two cane for .....45c c~-© " 'Pina Laundry STARCH Large E0-ounce pkg., special, two for... 25c tA LUTEYS TAKE- WITH YOU STORE Makes for convenient, economical chopping. Appointed and adapted to serve those desiring to eliminate Their growing iV68 their saving orth. dumbs, special.. 18c leapple. special 17c 22c Naptha. spi-eiaI 24c fastile soan. spe. 26c lest quality, pkg 12c silver polish.... 9c roasted steel cut coffbe, the beat at its price, lb 23c Milk and rice, ready to serye. per can ....... 12c Large cans finest Tomatoes, can 14c 15c Freshest, finest seeded raisins for 12c sweet corn, special, can.. 15c 15o White Borax NAPHTHA SOAP Combining the in gredients that make for a perfect laundry soa t p; 10 bars, spe cial .............. 50c COOKED KRAUT With Wenies Finest quality, large 2H can .......... 30c • WOOL SOAP For Fine Fabricks Won't shrink wool ens. $1.50 carton, con taining 24 cakes, special .........$1.25 26c can. Broken sll< Extra Five bars Generous bar Rolled oats. Electro 811! Latoya SAVINGS FROM THE MANY CORNERS OF OUR STORES Franco-American Soup The finest soup canned. Not a complete as sortment, but every variety; equally pleasing. Closing out this brand, 35c and 45c quart tins, spe cial ........................... 25c 20c and 25c pint 12*4c and 15c half-pint cial at ................ peoial.. 15c spe 10c Cocoanut —Grated and canned in its own juice. Equal to and as fine in flavor as if Just plucked from the cocoanut tree; 15c cans..12'/£o Beets —Red, large, tender beets, cooked and ready to serve when sliced; No. 10 gallon can, special 40c Peaches The Melba peach, per fect mammoth halves, each a por tion for one serving; large cans, special, per dozen, $2.95; can. 25c THREE EWEET APPLE CIDER Special»—It's Cider Time IO4H0 Sweet ARPLE CIDER finest Idali ritzenberg apples St flavor j tppec Ja l. » bottle#}^. ... 25c NO 10 GALLON CANS CIDER The family size can —finest cider, very economical, special, per cun ...... , tJ .40c ©-----3-q THE COMING DRINK You may not realize it because you may not have the facts, eventually you will Luteys fresh roasted coffees. HIRE AT NO. 21/j CANS SWEET CIDER Smaller family slzs can, equally fine^ Havory, very eco nomical, special, two for ...............25c GREEN GAGE TABLE PLUMS I ..arge 25c can, ex tra special, doz. $2.35 Per can ..........20c KBLE, APPRECIA TIVE CHRISTMAS GIFT WILL BE rATES WAR STA MPS AT »4.12 OR THRIFT STAMPS A DOUBLE SERVICE RENDERED TO YOUR AND COUNTRY. BUY THEM AT LUTEYS TAKERS city last evening Brown, aged 37 years. , John M. Brown, also a brother, of Dillon, Mont. Tho removed to Sher rs, where services •rrow afternoon under the Church of the at 3 ; 30 o'clock. After 4ns will be forwarded Utah, for interment. In this city Dec. 14 aged 43 years. Th^ er man & Reed's par Ot funeral later. (Idaho copy.) city Dec. 17 Joseph years. The remains r cd to Sherman /k Announcement of r in later papers. this x city Dec. 17, Alexan ved husband of Mrs. father of Mrs. George Hillia and Fannie of funeral will appear AN & REED and BJmbalmers Carriage Equipment ist Broadway 67 and 58 East DUGGAN *nd Embalmer , Main Street Phone 770 SHINBORN.—Fred Shinborn (better known >ui Illack Fred) died this morn Intr, aired 53 years. The remains are at the Daniels & ftllbna undertaking liarlors. The funeral will he held at the home of Mrs. Thomas, 19 NorMi Gaylord street, on Wednesday morn imr at an hour which will he an nouneed later, and will proceed to the Sacred Heart church, where mass will he celebrated. Interment in Holy Cross cemetery. Automobiles. KONG8BACK—The remains of An tone Koncsback. who died this morn ing, are at the Daniels & Hllboa un dertaking parlors pending instructions front relatives. The funeral will l.< held under the auspices of the Painters and Decorators' union at a time which will be announced later. DANIELS & BILB0A Undertakers and Rmhalmers Automobiles and Carriage Equipment Phone 388 125 East Park »Street Residence Phone 5822-J Office Always O pen CRONE—Albert K. Crone, aged 23 years, died yesterday. The body ' be removed tomorrow morning from Richards' parlors to the family resi dence, 236 Pine street, where the fu neral will take place Wednesday after noon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Mount Moriah cemetery JOSEPH RICHARDS, Inc. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Warrington Richards. Pres, and Mg 15-19 S. Montana St. Phono 307 MORAN — Michael Moran, age 77 years, died this morning at the resi dence of his daughter. Mrs. J. Ia. Han nifin. 229 South Washington street, where the funeral will take place Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock, proceeding to St. Patrick's church, where high mass will he celebrated. Friends will please omit flowers. M. J. WALSH CO. . t'uncrul Directors und Bmhalmors New I.ocntion 307-.109 West Park St I Automobile Equipment. Phone SB ! P. [. GEIGE ININS NUPTIAL DECISION Slights Law Partner and Takes to Himself Charming Bride. In the law business partners of a irm are supposed to know everything that is going on in the office. In matrimonial affairs it seems there is different rule of action, at least At orney P. E. Geagan thought so and actually proved his theory. For, Sat urday afternoon, without u word to his partner. Attorney Matt Canning, the office stenographer, Miss Fogarty, he called up Judge John 11. McClernan, asked him if he would be home ut 5 o'clock, brought with him Miss Ruth Lark and they returned to own Mr. and Mrs. Geagan. This «lid not all happen in a few ninutes, however. Mr. Geagan, while ignoring his partner, Mr. Canning, for vhich the learned attorney is prepa «j offer notice of exception, had the following party engaged for a ride îgson: Lieut. Joe Martindale, P iwley, A. B. Melzner and wife, Jack Wyman, Charles S. Henderson sind "Prof." Jerry Shea. The party ar rived at Gregson soon after G o'clock and Ed Murphy of the Colorado mine, vho ha«l not been invited, presumably, but was in on the game, divulged the secret of the wedding. There was a very happy wedding dinner, followed by dancing, and th newlyweds arrived in town around the early morning hours. Mr. Geagan ha been a law partner of Mr. Canning fo tho past five years. He is a well know! young professional man of the city Ills bilde is a f«>rmer employe of th llennossy store and Is a well knowi member of the young society set ii Hutte. TWO ARE FINED FOR DRIVING RECKLESSLY 'wo were fined in police court this morning for reckless driving. Mike Shea paid 880 and John Miller $ 10 . ■" L. Bacon paid a fine of 110 for failing to clear his sidewalk of snow. DECREE OF DISSOLUTION. A decree of dissolution was signed today in the matter of the Ilarv K*|ectric Steam Heat and Telephon' ompany. It was stated that all claim against the company had been settled and that there are no debts of a kind outstanding. THE POST FOR THE NEWS SAM R. WHITE Funeral Director and Embalmer 129 South Main Street Phone 311. Residence Phone 670 LAST TIMES TODAY DRAFT Successor to "THE SLACKER" TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY Burke In "Arms and the Girl" A Paramount Picture ATTORNEYS AID REGISTERED MEN Advisory Board Announces At torneys Who Will Assist Tomorrow. The legal advisory hoard of Silver Bow county has named the following attorneys to assist registrants at the aurthouse tomorrow: 10 a. in. to 1 p. ni. — Alf C. Kremer. aines B. O'Flynn, L. M. Van Ktten and George V. LeSagc. 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Lewis A. Smith, J. Verhayen, Louis K. Haven and : '. D. Kyle. The first few hours work of at torneys, members of the draft legal advisory board, brought forth many points today that can he simplified by co-operation between the regis trants and the attorneys. Attorney • >s Alley today pointed out that 1 any of the members of the legal ad- i istory board are empowered to ud- J minister the oath that is required for ! ach «juestioiTnaire. A number of the ' egistrants believed that they must get the assistance of a notary public to swear to the facts in tho question A number of the men who are ask ing aid in filling out their question naires are without the necessary in formation required in tho affidavits. The date and plaec of a man's mar riage. the amount of personal and real property taxes paid in the last year, and many other such «tuest ions answered in the questionnaire must l»e known by the registrant before he asks for aid of the attorneys. A few men who claim dependency, and therefore deferred classification, are coming to the attorneys without their dependents. In claiming a wife as a dependent, the wife as well as the registrant must make oath be fore the advisory board or a notary public. Where tho oath of a depend ont or other pars >n is required. such person ghoul«. be brought before the advisory boa «1 i nless they wis 1 to subscribe t«» the other facts of the questionnaire bef •re a notary public or other such per The attorne ys ire finding the need of interpreters in tin of their trouble is in ers "savvy" their ow well as those on tho Mon who d«> not spe; r work. Much taking foreign - i questions as questionnaires. >od English should bring an interpreter them, and the board would als with like rices of a few volun in Butte during the to have the j teer interpret questionnaire Beginning Wednesday the legal ad visory board expects to arrange for night shifts at the courthouse for the benefit of men who work during the «lay. This shift will work from 7 until 9; 30. WILL SING FOR RED CROSS. Miss Alice Rooney, well known vaudeville actress, left this morning for Anaconda, where she will sing for the benefit of the Red Cross. Miss Rooney is now considering an en gagement offered her with a moving picture company. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Druwrirtt« refund money if it fail* to cure E. W. GROVE'S signature is on eaeh box. 30c Missoula? Palace hotel, of course.— 1rs. Q. liaurnssa of Busin is visit ing in Butte. 11 Items listed are examples of — every day staples and — necessities on sale at the = Economy, the store that ~ always sells pure food gro- — certes for less. EE Milk —Tall cans of best E= milk ,12 cans for. $1.65 — liar on —Lean and firm 25 breakfast bacon, per pound S for................toe = Malted Milk— The big hos- = pita! size bottle. . .$3.65 5= PATENT MEDICINE AT = CUT PRICES = soe for a 35c bottle of §= Castoria. = 5oe for a 60c size of — Syrup of Figs. 5= Salad Dressing —Sniders. = the best made, 16-ounce ss bottle for..........(Qp — 8 -ounce bottle for.. 25C = ITeserves— A jar of pre- = serves, 26-ounce size for 5S onl X ...............45C Ü BEST MAKE OF GAL- = VANIZED WASH TUBS == Small size....... $1.25 = Medium size.....$l!35 S Urge size.......$ 1)55 = 2 PHONES ,'îi» ECONOMY Wholesa'e Grocery Co. Direct to Consumer illllillHIIIIIIIIillillliiUlliilllilll If ^ - c fr><qke this a - purniture ! * Only Six More Shopping Days the time is growing short now, and the better things are fast being selected and held for Christmas delivery. We append a list of some of the things that will make appreciated gifts, giving you the range of prices for which you can buy such articles at this store. The assortment is wonderful, the prices the lowest in town for quality, and the terms zve make to you will make it easy to give the gift you desire. IF YOU LIVE OUT OF BUTTE, ORDER BY MAIL YVE PREPAY THE FREIGHT ON ALL ORDERS GIFT BUFFETS All woods and all models, priced $20 to $75 CHINA CLOSETS All woods and all models, priced $25 to $50 DAVENPORTS All styles, all finishes......... $-10 t0 $100 DINING SETS Matched pieces for whole rooms. . . ..... $175 to ..................................$350 DINING CHAIRS All woods, all finishes, all styles...... $1.50 to ..................................$7.50 LIBRARY TABLES Mahogany, walnut, oak. all finishes. . $8.50 to...............................$50.00 BABY HIGH CHAIRS A good assortment of styles; priced. $1.75 to ..................................$ 6.00 CHILDREN'S ROCKERS Wood in all finishes and wicker, $1.50 to $5 FANCY ROCKERS All woods and all finishes; priced $3.50 ,0 $5 BRASS BEDS Very late ideas in brass beds; priced $12.50 to............................$75.00 KITCHEN CABINETS A large stock, many different models. $25.00 to.............. $50.00 PENINSULAR RANGES The famous Peninsular steel range. $50 00 to ................................ $ 95.00 EXTENSION TABLES All woods and all finishes. . $13. >9 to $55 GRANDFATHER CLOCKS Tall grandfather clocks in several styles, $75 ...............................$150.00 MUSIC CABINETS All the very late things, all woods; priced $20 t0 ................................$50.00 SECTIONAL BOOKCASES Sectional bookcases in all the wanted units, base and top. DRESSERS All woods and all finishes, many stvles; priced $13.50 to .................... $55.00 CHIFFONIERS All woods and all finishes; priced from $15 00 t0 ................................$35i00 DRESSING TABLES All woods and all finishes; priced from $15 00 ,0 ................................$45iOO LADIES' DESKS All woods and all finishes; priced from $15 00 ,0 ................................$35i00 KELLY CHAIRS Kelly comfort chairs, leather cushions; priced from $32.50 up. ALL LEATHER ROCKERS Overstuffed leather rockers, many kinds: priced from $25.00 up. ELECTRIC LAMPS A wonderful assortment of fancy electroliers; priced from $3.50 up. AUTO ROBES In a wide variety of stvles; priced from $6.50 to $ 20.00 LEATHER PORTIERES j Felt, leather and Mexican leather; from $5.00 to ................................$12.50 1 INDIAN ROBES Good for bed, couch and so on: priced from $7.00 to $13.50 DRESSER SCARFS A very nice collection: priced from.. 35«* to .................... $1.25 OXFORD BAGS All sizes and all leathers; priced from $2 50 to ................................$25.00 SUITCASES All leathers and fiber also matting; priced from $165 to $17.50 WARDROBE TRUNKS All the different styles and sizes; priced from $32.50 to $97.50 VOILE BED SETS Very dainty spreads and holster covers; priced $8.50 to ........... $12.50 VACUUM SWEEPERS Bissells' and other makes, in all stvles; priced from $5.75 to................. $9.75 IJ3ATHER TABLE RUNNERS A beautiful assortment of table runners; priced from $4.00 up to...... $ 10.00 TAPESTRY TABLE RUNNERS Rich tapestries in table runners; all sizes; priced from $190 to $11.50 LEATHER PILLOWS They make good gifts to mail to distant places priced $5.00 to $8.00 GO-CART ROBES Dainty satin ones, with floral designs; plain borders; price ....................... $4.50 CARPET SWEEPERS Carpet sweepers, always a welcome gift; priced front $3.00 to................ $4.50 SMALL GIFT RUGS Every wanted size and pattern as well as kind here; $2.75 to............ $7.50 FINE ROOM RUGS Brussels, velvet, Axminster, Wiltons; all pat terns; $18.50 to................ $90.00 FANCY PORTIERES All the wanted colors and sizes for all doors $11.50 to $25.00 FANCY SOFA PILLOWS All the newest shapes, styles and materials in our stock; $2.50 to................$ 7.00 VISIT OUR TOYLAND We have never had so many toys for the little folks. Dolls, doll buggies, dresses and I beds, tables and chairs; tricycles and automobiles, coaster wagons and toy engines MECCANO SETS FROM $1.10 to $13.00 W^ÏBiTONTY M If WEST PARK YOUNG PEOPLE ARE THE DIG PROBLEM OF DAY How the young people of the Prot estant churches may be held in the church und preserved in Christian Ministers Discuss the Needs of the Present Sit uation. ideals was the subject of the main discussion at the weekly meeting of the Silver Row Ministerial association today. The discussion was led by Rev. C. A. Rex road and participated in by all the members present. It was generally conceded that now. in war days, more than at any other time in the history of the nation it is necessary, for the future of the American race, to pay strict atten tion to the young people. Announcement was made »thtt a week of prayer would be held in Rutte commencing on Jan 6. The services In the uptown district will be held at the Christian church. Special sc will be held for the south side d at a church to he named late for the Centerville and Walk churoheii also at a church to be i later. PERSHING LOSES A SOLDIERJY MEASLES Washington. TX C., Dac. 17.—-Oen eral Pershing today reported the death of Howard P. Stahl, a field artillery waaoner. on Dec. 14 , of measles.. con> l'lioated by pneumonia. Hi* home was at Hidney, lnd.