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ION RESOLUTION
IES IN THE HOUSE
Washington!, Dec. 17. (Bulletin) On an un
official count the national prohibition resolution
in the house teemed to have received the neces
sary two-thirds vote. The result was quickly of
ficially confirmed. The resolution submits the
proposed amendment for action by the stater
within a period of seven years. The vote of the
house announced by Speaker Clark was 2.82 tc
""l, or 25 more than required.
Remonstration took pin««
wild
Remonstration took pin««
W. J. Bryan npp'^H
*Webb as c<>
wild
hoaie.
IKE
rat with R«*p- '
0 -recipient of'
REMODELE»
But Wanton Has Their Photos
Taken to Prevent
Disguise.
San Francisco, Der. 17. nrinl.on.
heavy and deep, has settled mi tin- «en
teel yeggs. courteous stron«-;irin men
-'■-•tfvalnwa burglars at Sim U>>entin
Vardan James \ .1.Mi 1 .■ >i
COnvfstS til lie I I'll i..
their release mid '
I a yarn.
ilKhwayaiati «Im > •«' 11
il half do/, n 'I I 1 er I
ita defleeti.m !.. , ....
ha* been !l vile' 1'
F .alone Oreelan line H e,. ,,
i *y Dr. Leo Slanlei " el .1
faon. As » rcsuli. -tmelil 1
. . again after tils ret.- ■ <
,i wl» arrested him imMii'i i-e
.trim, from bis orl«i> d iilmio
T Bertllloiwmcasurvo ■ > '
Anar dozens of coiAiel. 1. ■<*
Spckln« lo *Doc." the pris. .....Ini. !..
have their facial terrain rephdi. .I.emd
thus avoid fn lure surveillance. tin- war
4ep realised.that any one looking f«»r
dob
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I brofcen-nosed former
sea reel ▼ recognise him if bis heal« had
Keen rebuilt along classic lines. I fence
the order *
Motives Humanitarian.
Ur. Stanley, frpm humanitarian mo
fives, has been ««(mapping the phvsiog
nomies of variant «entry whose prows
had been twisted. Some ha« I h* cn dent
aden butt end« of hiMi.-<r»i cn.-s
swerved from Mu ir - .•■iu:-.«l
r living steam h«-«-r M-h.»*m
■ifpiMwirti <'"■ l '
by Wwivivbh-,: I IV -
to *lipp«-«i <*ff •
nth. rx li.nl b -
to the good no
up in his profes
morc ca pa hie
be m mena*
Mgw that
Koticealil«
and they child
vidttals would pass one
RrUon yard with nn
t»p, lb see if recognition
Than Ever.
method is to break the
. _ — iorted nose up fine with
; f todh ee th«n to a pulp, mold it
■gdeg would, according to the
t, insert gauze plugs
In shape and then
Over it.
in the hospital the
es handsomer
rilv. tlie strenuous
snted him with u
reminding him of
yhap
that
made
he«!
most
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tat Number of Butte's WomenAre
tj[ing tor the Soldiers and Sailors!
y
■U.
£
Depicted here
are styles of
sweaters
and helmets
that Butte
women are
knitting
for the boys
in the navy
and at the
front in
France.
Millions of
women in the
United States
are busily
engaged in
this patriotic
work. Articles
are distributed
to soldiers
and sailors as
fast as
collected by
the supply
departments.
Y
women are knitting
tnd wristlets to keep
ten* warm whether
' sea. This work is
the auspices of the
association. whose
n the courthouse.
.'a r tous knitted arti
becn bent to tile
resolution passed
r«*sp»*ot to the tine
that l»o«ly Ir
TIGOMR ATTORNEY
PULLS TO DEATH
Becomes Dizzy While Looking
for Number in Tele
' phGne Book
Pacomn. Wash.. Dec. 17.— George A.
deraon. well known attorney here, fell
his death this morning from hid office
in the sixth floor of the Hankers' Trust*
building. Anderson was a legal partner
Ilf L. H. Thomas of the Northwestern
Mercantile company. Those In the iner
«-an tile offices believe that Anderson was
standing with one f«iot «»n the window
sill, which is low. looking for a number
I in the telephone book. The book fell
with Anderson and was on th.? n»«.f near
, him. He probably bi-rnrn« dizzy, lost his
j balance and fell through the window,
which was wi«le «ipen.
he had jui
And.
alkln
o his own room
o his stenograph«
i«l had
bae
«li.-iatio
DANIELS READY FOR
PROBE OF NAVAL AFFAIRS
Washington. Dec. 17.—Plans far
the proposed inquiry into the navy's
war activities were begun today at a
I » éliminât y mi « ting i f i hou t tval
; subcommittee i*ntru.stcd with the
work of starting their Investigation.
Secretary Daniels ha» approved
the pui-po.se of the inquiry and de
1 ared that the more congress learns
of the navy overseas and at home the
better congress will be satisfied.
STRANGE
As through this old world a philoso
pher roams.
Ho finds many things quite unfair;
i While hones have hair, they have not
any combs—
! While roosters have combs but no
-Luke M«
Lockod safe in - the cellar (a cozy,
warm place)
Kight next to the furnace there lies
An Irish potato, without any face —
Hut the dad blasted tuber has eyes.
—Minneapolis Labor Review.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
_ BUTTE DAILY POST
the good old days when the gang bat
11 led over the swag.
) iiow many men with reconstructed
faces got away before the rephotograpil
ing order was issued is not known.
I However, the percentage of crooked
! noses is high among convicts, owing to
the ir rough and exciting
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Two 1 tores . ontwinimr approxi-Efforts
mately 600 articles were recently |
shipped to the navy and a tew .lays j
later another box containing luO arti- '
,
elt *8 was s**nt t*» 1 * ranee for the Ihjjs •
v I
or t nele bam who are already in th»*
trenches.
When tiie women of Hutte fiist
started knitting the) devoted their,
OFFICERS ARRIVE
AT CAMP LEWIS
First Shipment of Christmas
Presents Distributed to ,
Soldiers.
Camp TjowIh, Taccma, WuhIv, Doc. I
17.—Five hundred and forty officers
have arrived at Camp Lewis to date
from all pointa of the United States
and more are still coming in.
The 362nd Infantry is planning a
big "stunt" night In the Y. M. C. A.
nlitoi
h. C;
rip L
vis.
Lieut. W. A. Itu
ell.
•«1 off
th«
Kniahls «.f Columbus hall so «ucce
fully, will have charge.
II. M Ktrlckler, Y. M. C. A. cn
athletic director at C«mp Lewi», left
the hospital today f«»r the first t«
sin«f* Thanksgiving «lay. II«- is
covering from a br«»ken right arm
Dived
Idle
The -first shipment of Chrism
presents for non :it Camp Lewis
he distributed by the Y. M. C. A. \
received today. It aggregates 1.000
pounds of rnigazines. fruitH, cand
garments, boots, etc. one of the big
aims of the Y. M. C. A. in distributing
general gifts is to selcel men who are
n«>t liable to recel mb gifts from outside
and t«» see they are remembered. Capt.
T. (J. Cook, camp athletic director of
Camp Lewis, has received assurance
fniin Washington, Ü. c., that permis -
sion will b«- granted f«»r the erection
of athletic buildings at Camp Lewis.
A formal note of approval is «-xpected
in a day or two. The plan is to el
buildings 22 by 300 f«*et in dimensions
to be used as gyms having full equip
ment f«»r the playing of indoor games
during the rainy season. It is sug
gested « ach state which lias sent rr*ji
to Camp Lewis furnish funds for th<
erection »»f one building at least. Mon
tana lias already given assurance
will erect on«*. Thu buildings cost
| 1 (....... »ach \thleti« offic «1 » at the
< a mp feel ; he buildings .< re n.....sari
t«> tin* morale :in«l good spirits of the
MEXICAN SOLDIERS FI
UPON AMERICAN PATHOL
One Cavalry Horse is Killed.
No U. S. Soldiers
Are Hit.
El Paso. Tex., Dec. 17^-Mexican
federal aoldlerH tired on an American
cavalry patrol which accidentally
crossed the border on the "island" near
Fa bens, Tek-, late yesterday, killing one
cavalry horse and wounding another.
The American soldiers returned the lire
ahd~bno Mexican soldier was seen t
fall from his horse. No American
were hit.
The tiring was reported to division
hend«iuartcrs here today and an in
vestigation ordered. Fabens is 32
miles southeast of El Faso and th«*
''island" is a large tract of land
formed by a bend in the river on
which the boundary line is not clearly
defined.
DR. WILSON NAMED.
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 17.—Dr.
Byron II. Wilson, acting pastor of the
Boyle IleiKhts church here, was named
I today superintendent of the Los An
■ cries district of the Southern Califor
I nia Conference of the Methodist Epis
copal church by Bishop Adna
Leonard, to succeed the Rev. E.
! Hyland, announcement of whi>se
! moral for alleged "pacifist ideas" ■
j made by the bishop last Monday.
I Mr. Hyland was transferred to Santa
Barbara.
to complete outfits for the sol
| diers and Jackies. Recently, he.vever,
j * hp > r ''entered their efforts on ill
' *V' idual articles, it hiving come to
their attention through (ho v n- !
• navv di*n^j n n «nf ,, J i
I na * * aopattments that, while some
soldiers and jackies are in need of hcl
mets, «nhers require sweaters. In |
very few casas do Um
require complete outfit»
Sams boys
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Begins
Tomorrow
SALE
9.A.M
*4 ja a*
Special Reduction On
All Skating Shoes
All 25c and 30c Polishes
During This Sale
at 19c
■'J
All Fancy Faces for
Women's Colored
Shoes at 10c
Getting dman to brass tacks, I've closed cur store up and marked down
every pair of shoes in the store—having been in the shoe game, and no
other business, for upwards of thirty years, I believe / cun guess the trend
of times and my guess is that I had better take about $40.000 out of this
stock, no matter what a sacrifice of profits I make I am going to do just
that. Chances are that when you read this advertisement the store will
be jammed zvith buyers profiting by the bargains.. Get here early and
don't forget the number. 39 W. PARK ST.
Sale Will Commence at NINE A. M.
ECONOMY SHOE CO. B
Never Before Such Shoe Values-Women who are posted will be here
LADIES SHOES IN SMALL SIZES at & | QO
Kids and patent leathers; also some gun metals; few pairs larger A • Qß
than 4i/>. Values $4.45 to $5.45. To clean up quick. . _ $ 1.93
S7..70 SHOES FOR WOMEN I'DIl Î4.H
Only 73 pairs in this lot ; finest
vici kids, three styles; all button
shoes, on correct late style lasts;
sizes and widths nearly all complete
Shoes, really worth $6.50
to $7.50, on sale now.
$4.44
\r
$8.50 WOMEN'S CLOTH TOP SHOES
$6.66
93 pairs in tin
vamps, gray cloth tops,
high; short vamp; full kattu
1 Louis heel Beautiful n<
* all widths and all sizes.
Regular $8.50 shoes for.
dark gray
S6.66
S6.66
$8.00 DARK BROWN LACE SHOES
$6.66
Ladles* dark brown kid boots, brown
cloth tops to match; 8V4 inches high;
a new model and shade, lull run of
sizes and all widths. Leather Louis
heel. Shoes well worth
• 5 8 , on sale for ..........
$7.50 SMART CLOTH TOP SHOES
Ladies* latest street novelties; new
military heel; vamps of full glazed
kid; tops of English gabardine;
pearl gray color; 8 ^-inch height;
welt sole; worth tr
$7.50; on sale for
$5.55
A SPECIAL PI Rt HASE IN SHOES
FOR WOMEN
Ladies* new dark wine calfskin on
the new military heel last. Very
smart fur street wear; two shades,
tone red and dark wine. Regular
>8.50 and ?9 shoes. Dur
for $6.99
IL45
ur - $7.7.7
$6.00 SHOES FOR WOMEN
$3.33
Ladies* kid and patent leathers in
lace or button shoes. Broken lots,
but wonderful values. There are 577
pairs in this lot; no lipes complete
in size or width Worth
up to $ 6 ; on sale f
$3.33
SHOES FOR MISSES, CHILDREN AND BOYS
300 Pairs Children's Shoes
29 styles in the lot; sl/es 5a to 8 s. Pat
ent leathers, fine Uhls amt calfskins;
also plenty of sniffers and play shoes.
Natural foot and shaped lasts. Régula
82.75 to 83.25 shoes for
»2.33 and .............
250
$1.93
Pairs Children's Shoes
84 to 11 *i;
tent leather,
alf. Begular
$1.93
Misses' and Children's Shoes
Kid dreftg shoe«, bright kid
Roomy lanta for five toe«.
19 styles in the lot; si;
broken lots and sizes;
fine kids and gun metal
*2.45 to $3.45 shoes on î
for $2.93, $2.33 and ....
161 Pairs Boys' Shoes for $2.93
18 styles: no lots complete; gun metal calf; in button and
Ulucher style., Regular prices $3.45 to 84.45.
During thg> sale fo'r .........................
75 Pairs Boys' Shoes, Odd Lots, $1.93
14 styles, gun metal, button and Blucher. Some mighty
fine bargains here. Begular prices *2.15 to An
82.95. During this sale for.................
Sizes 11 Vo to 2s; regulariy $3.25; sale $2.63
Sizes 8i/L> to lls;'regularly $2.75; sale $2.13
^Sizes 6s to 8s; regularly $2,35; on sale $1.
Growing Girls' Shoes $3.33 |
Shoes for growing girls; in gun r
leather; lace styles; English toes,
sizes and all widths; sizes 24 to 6 a. |
Btgular $4.45 shoes
for ...............
$3.33
Misses' Shoes Special Prices |
205 pairs, in 12 styles; all broken sizes;
11 4 to 2 h, but splendid values. Patent, j
gun metal calf and kid. During this '
£ ": J1 .................$2.93
$2.93
27 Pairs Boys' Shoes at $3.33
All broken sires high-grade wclt.%. button and Blucher
styles, shoes that should veil ior C*0 99
During this sale for.................. 00.00
Boys' Tan or Black Elkskin Shoes
These a^- the shots for the REAL boy; tan or black elk
-kin; two full double soles; Blucher stvle; sizes lo to
1354 ; regular 83.45 for................... »2 4»'
.Sizes in runs from 1 to 584. nr>
Begular 8,3.95 for.................. . 00.00
NO TRADING STAMPS,
GIVEN AFTER 10:30 A.M.
MEN! MENÜ MENS! HURRY!
$5.50 SHOES ON SALE AT 0NLY$
These shoes represent a special and very fortunate buy. Gun metal, Blucher cut only ^
Goodyear (hand-sewed process),, welt, heavy single oak sole. Worth $5.50. On sale at
376 Pairs Men's Shoes $5.55
Men, high-grade welts; 14 styles; patents, gun metals,
tan and kid leathers; broken sizes in all lots, but wonder
ful bargains ; ^ 6^0 to fS shoes, on sale T* **
now for ........................*........... $d.5d
273 Pairs Men's Shoes for $3.33
. ' n the lot; gun metal calf, lace or button; broken
5, "^.>'t taking al! lots together there is a splendid run
of all sizes. Regular ?4 to $6 shoes CPO 60
on *>» ..................................00.00
©■------ g
$8.50 Shoes for Men on Sale $6.66
Imported dark Russia calf, new «hade. English last, all
idths; some wilh fiber and some with Itigh
All sizes in these shoes. Regular *g to
$6.00 and $5.50 Men's Shoes $3.33
lh9 patrs in this lot; 9 styles. Some of the best values
weve ever had; broken sues, but fine run as a whole.
Button or liloehcr; $5.>0 to \alues; OO
on sale .. .............................. .. $ 0.00
$9.00 Shoes for Men $6.66
Men s imported calfskin and fine black k.ds; 197 pairs in
all; It II different styles; highest grade of workman
ship. Regular *K, *8.50 and 6 b shoes
for ......... .. ....
S6.66
id all
grade oak soles.
#8.30; ou sale now
$6.66
$5.30 Shoes for Men $3.93
gun metal, Blurher and button styles; good heavy
practical for winter wear; sizes 6 to " ~
11. A good value at 85-50. On sale.
.. $3.931
$4.45 Shoes for Men $3.33
Mens fiber soled, gun metal, button or Blucher *ut shoes
1 -f fs.îT soies ilutt are nationally advertised; will not
wet through. Regular 84.45 shoes fRO OCk
fur ..........................................$3.33
$9.00 Union-Made Shoes $7.77
Men's union made dress >hocs; 117 pairs; sexeral styles;
broken sizes; calfskin, kangaroo. Russia and kid. Shoes
t.iat could not be duplicated these davs.
'aloes to ^9, on sale for ........... v/*« I
$8-50 Shoes for Men $6.99
jligh cut. Semi-dress Shoes. fuU leatlwr lined, three style's
* bl,, î k box calfskin and finest blaek kid.
I " °rth to *1 «j on the market today - AA
fOur p rice^ regularly *83 0. On sale for.....
Men's Work Shoes on Sale $2.63
I Men s low-prwed work shoes; 1Ü pairs in the lot; two
soled heavy shoes for miners wanting '«»w-priced shoes,
Oise good wear, though not much on "good /i a
looks." Onr special sale price...............

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