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The Butte daily post. [volume] (Butte, Mont.) 1913-1961, January 15, 1917, Image 8

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Dr. RiackeL the Dentist
Piinle«» and Permanent
Is Mi Motto
Pain - Unknown
In This
Denial Office
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D ON'T let the dread of pain keep you away from the dentist
anv longer. If you will come to me you won t have to endure
one moment of torture.
YOU
CANT
BREAK
'EM
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TRUE-BITE
TEETH
I guarantee that you can bite i- *rn off the cob.
sneeze, whistle, sing or laugh: it proves conclusively
that they must fit. And I only charge you about
- to i
SOLID GOLD CROWNS
ff s 22k fin«
g suri - l er t
through and alwavs stav bright.
IT WON T HURT YOU TO HAVE YOUR TEETH EXTRACTED
1 Publish a Price List and Live Up To It.
I MAKE
fit fold crowns for ....................$3 $0 I
$1# bridfe*-ork, per tooth.................. $5.00 I
$26 plates for..................... $10. Ci I
Plates repaired for .............S1-30 I
Porcelain and enamel fittings to match your teeth I
as low as ........ $2.50 I
Teeth ext.tKted .......... SI.00 I
Children's teeth eat'acted ...........SO j
An iron-clad written guarantee
for fifteen years that is as g ood
as a government bond with all
work done in my office.
DR. R1NQKE
2 West Broadway
Phone 226 » W
Lady Attendant
Oxer Clark'» Bank.
Anaconda Office, Gnose
Bldg. Dr. Gil!, Mgr.
Deference of 30 Degrees in
the Maximum—Continued
Coid Predicted.
dtzring the ' ntmued
waatber In the mn
tor î t he
Y»- 1 *» !-- •
0
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Areyou t _. __ ^
having trouble with your skin?
Doe* year «kin itch and burr.' Or I
your appearance marred by patches of
eruption? There is no need of er.d .r >
•ueb discomfort when Resinol Oir.tmer.t
usually stops itching at once ar.d quaky
makes the skin clear and heaithy again.
Doctors have prescribed keitnol Oint
ment for over twenty years in the treat
ment of skin affections. So you need
n T hesitate to use it, nor to recommend
it to skin-tormented friends.
t.w.i Oir.ttccci ■ l v. Sms-c that it
*»* be -d on - .rfac» » .the. :
SuU a) .1 i-.tt.tu.
EXTINCT.
Many Niva is Given Freedom
From Man Who Served
Year in Prison.
1 - 115 pla.:.ti*T said that
w 1 leal her up and threat
choked he
rken:ns it.
ear
one
and then :
with his fist. j
air.tiff also said
served a term
■t* prison. Niva,
y * ■ ' ■ *e rememla-red. was tried before
J D-o lan In departm-r.t three or,
a sc. • Jtory Offense and on being found
x t> was sentenced to one year in
:■ Attorney Kd Kitzi tr * k rep
r-- -ed the plaintiff While Attomev
H A. Tvvand represented the defend
ant, who after filing a demurrer which
was overruled refused to plead further.
Monte Atwood was granted a di
orte fr,,m Kimer Atwood on the
! gro.r.d of failure to provide The
I couple were married in Affhconda.
Aog €. isos. In addition to the de
1 ee of divorce the p.alntiff was
.warded the custody of the minor chil
dren. Attorney Dan T Malloy repre
*«*nted the plaintiff.
Ir. the suit of I 1 art rude McAllister
against Claude McAllister a disquali
fying affidavit was filed by the defend
ant against Judge Lynch and he or
dered the ca**e transferred to depart
nt* : : tu , and fixed next Saturday
n ' rig a- the time for hearing the
, testimony.
in th« suit «,f J M. Dier against
> .* Dler the demurrer to the com*
plaint v, .a overruled. The demurrer
to the r-omplaint was also overruled in
the suit «»f Ethel Dunstan against
Ernest Dunstan and 20 days allowed
to answer.
Get it at Colbert's.—Adv.
g[(] 5[5 HIS LIFE
John Schultz Burned to Crisp
When Lone Tree House
is Destroyed.
B '
Sat
of Stiver
KTur'-i J ard M \ K
started
-
P. agent a
S, huit»
the fire
r.ried th
::<hi the
'
the
He came *
r B
- h
rr. .e rv-rr
her ri*
the «lare
Miles.
h*-d the
the h
"anary and barns,
ere r -t scorched
rs-« were found
r. ner, apparent!
m proximity t ■
= known h
«un try. H
Switzerland,
n* relatives
employed ae
X Vi.: ir was f> to give hint of
1 p' :' Schult* had neither m<<ne>
r v tl l; a des and so far as known nc
Fire ' «s is j : ed by Max Kemk
ENGINEERS WILL
MEET If
HELENA
J. J
held i
Wedne
;prebab
Armstrong has
tend the convention
; al Engineers to be
today. Tuesday and
Armstrong: will
s afternoon. There
:.t matters to be
S. BANKERS TO TAKE
ARGENTINE RAIL BONDS
; v Y j 15—A banking syn
ies J. P Morgan «*
K ihn !.. & Co. and the Xa
Tai < ".tv ; has concluded ar
- : the purchase of $15.
,0ôo ;-er cent convertible
e> of the Central Argentine Rail
y com pa: The proceeds of these
■ e? w. - applied to the retire
nt of e . J number of notes held
U'-- terests.
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IRFRTY
iilLIV I 1
THEATER
The Home of Perfectly
Projected Photoplays
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Last Time
TODAY
"The
Last
99
Man
FULL OF EXCITE
MENT AND THRILLS
j
.
At the
ANSONIA
Mondav.
Tuesday,
Wednesday
ANSONIA
At the
ANSOXIa
Monday,
Tuesday,
Wednesday
THE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STAR
GEORGE WALSH
in That Beautiful Drama of Charming Scenes and Delightful Acting
"THE ISLAND OF DESIRE"
EXTRA SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE 1
THE BEST VAUDEVILLE IS ALWAYS SHOWN AT THE ANSONIA THEATER
SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE
ATTRACTION
Howard and Warden
In Comedy , Singing. Talking
SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE
ATTRACTION
Del Reno & Co.
Presenting a Mystery de Luxe
EMPRESS
FOLLOW THE CROWDS
Be Sure and See This Big Bill for Monday
and Tuesday
PRELLES'
MINIATURE CIRCUS
Introducing "The Robbery of the Overland Mail"
AUSO FIVE OTHER FEATURE ATTRACTIONS
Daily Matinees at 2:00 o'clock.
Night Shows at 7:15 and 9:15 o'Clock.
VAUDEVILLE.
PAULINE!
HAS HE GOT YOU GUESSING TOO?
THE SCIENTIFIC SENSATION!
BROADWAY- Week Night Shows, 7:50,
9:15. Matinees 2 p. m.
AMU — MENTS
______
NEW EMPRESS BILL
DRAWS LARGE CROWDS
- crowds at the Empresp were so ,
fci eat yesterday at all performances j
theit it was necessary to display the
"Standing Room Only'' sign. A first- '
class bill rewarded those who were !
enabled to gain admittance. The new j
program i*» headed b> the famous
Prelle's miniature circus. This con
sist« of a trained troupe of dogs that
display almost human intelligence
They go through some humorous
stunts and their odd costumes add to
the pleasure of the act.
In addition to this offering five
Other big features are to be found.
XX lison and Wilson, the London Trio ,
and R ™tndnSm l**"!? *" d
maind^ o? thé . , ke Up tht ' rc '
«m nié ,U! t ' |,r, ' eram ' It
fié y maunee^t 2 a oci k tSda> ' W " h * 1
m atins at t o'clock,
PATIT TNï"' Mvo»Tr,T. n
PAULINE MYSTIFIES
PANTAGES AUDIENCES
__ j
I'auline.' the wonderful scientist
is entertaining thousands at the I> .s
' >«es this week He trulv j, m
■ Mous worker and has baffîéd
tlsts and physicians throughout the
«orld. One of his greateaf feats N
his control of the blood in th/human
body He causes the blood n theTm
of one of his subject, to entire v ,/a/c
the arm. making it while as wax it
h.s command the blood returns' .,/t
He ééT„r/tL n regalM i,s normal color
e should he seen by all interested In
thé ééiééi ge i ph<? " omenon - In addition.
p ;z ram h -
Will continue us,,, ^ ^
«Ith matinee, dailv a t 2 o'clock.
TELLS OF DEVELOPMENT
nr cminnnii'Q uni
Rev. J. V. Hawk Spends Day
Here and Speaks at St.
Paul's Church.
i i.v Kov. J. \ . Hawk of the Montana
1 hildren's Home society spent yes
terday in the city and delivered an
address in St. Paul's Methodist Epis
coial church in the morning. A fea
ture of Iris address was a comment
concerning the financial progress of
the institution. Mr. Hawk said that
«fien he took the superintendency of
the Institution about two years ago
j
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^ W88 about * 13 ' ,,0(l indelrtednTsi
un 11 l,ut 'hat entire
M~>unt is almost liquidated.
1 ^ Mr that the in
creasing pre ,tig, th. institution is
«dining offers to make It one of the
greatest of all the like institutions in
e coun,ry ' He said that for some
j ?' ears tho »e who had the controlling
desH^d m th<i . institution thought it
,s * ' V* an Irreparable failure. But
"ddfth the benevolent kindness of the
^ **""• Who Relate the
it t™* am ' worli of the institution
*-«".?* U,,on a basis,
th BuU * com * 8 >» for a full share of
i' '! ° f th ° >' r «*'"t success of
S','"""'"« 0 »." he said. -'Not only is
IV, ' , W contributing very appreci
1 ?. , tOR ' ard8 'he financial support of
I nL«îl!.. ?'î°. n ' but . also through the
uiiuugii me
,Zt \ mtcreat M hown by many of
he benevolent citizens children are
' 'f to 'he home from Butte al
most dally and many homes are be
r ne i ' n BuUe for knfortltprtte
./her . 1 ° Come *° 'he t'orne from
Other narts of the slat«.'
RPHEI
THEATER
Today and Tomorrow
Only
Presents the Magnetic Slar
YOUNG
IN
Besides featurinir one of the
most popular star- of ihc screen
today, this picture i> from the
pen of one of America's favorite
authors, Owen Dax is. Originally
presented as a play, ils adoption
for the picture has enlarged and
improved it to unexpected
excellence.
MR. AND MRS. SIDNEY
DREW
In
"HIS WIFE'S MOTHER"
®---
"Mutual Tours Around the
World''
Coming Wednesday and
Thursday
ETHEL BARRYMORE
In
'THE AWAKENING OF
HELEN RITCHIE"
NOTED HORSEMAN TO
SELL FAMOUS FAR*
Richmond, Va.. Jan. 15 —It*'"
nounced here today that 1 K - ,
lings, the New York '' a, lta ' (aia ,
horseman, will sell his 5,000-a ^
•'Curies ^feck," on James n ' '
miles below Richmond, and spt* ^
winters In southern California
estate cost Mr. Billings a million
SPANKING EXPLODES CJP
IN POCKET: BOY BURNED
Miami. Fla.— Btlly S 1 „
old son of a landscape B« 4e " H *
Miami beach, was disohedlen .
mother turned him over h el ^
laid on the hairbrush. Blll> n- 1 ^
pistol and 200 raps in his r ,n ^
raps exploded and the f )0 -
burned. —
ASK FOR and GET
HORLICK'S
the original
MALTED MILK
Cliaap ratatltuta. cost TOO ** a *

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