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Will Never Be Without
This Simple Laxative
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Re
lieved Her Baby When Noth
ing Else Would.
Little Max Pendergrast is now four
years old, and a fine healthy boy.
When but a tiny baby, in fact almost
from birth, he suffered a great deal
from constipation. His mother, Mrs.
Carl W. Perdergrast. Red Key. Ind.
heard of Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin,
obtained a bottle of it from the drug
store, and with it was able to quickly
correct this condition.
Mrs. Pendergrast says Dr Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin has saved them from
railing the doctor many times, and
that she will never be without a bot
tle of It in the house t ar - when
needed. She found it eu. ally effe i. e
ns a laxative for herse!*' and other,
members of the family.
Dr. Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is i
combination of aim: ie laxative her
with pepsin, pleasant to the tast*. mild
In action and positive in effe t *'
does not gripe or sti tin in ; sont tins
no opiate or r.ar<'druc It is the
Idea! family laxative, mi' ! j 'e is.
»nt for baby, yet ; tin g . *■'/ on the
•trongest constitution.
CLAIM RESTAURANTS
SELL LIQUOR AFTER
THE CLOSING HOUR
An ordinance proposing to r h-«e
certain eating s*>f ■-!•* 1 h are re
giorted to be Mind ! Igs r .11-.
was drafted and presented to the Hill
City count 11 at if'* regular meeting
last night. It has been rumored that
the restaurant» referred to
sell liquor
after midnight. The
measii
ire intends
to close the:.'. .After
thiit
hour. A
measure relatir.a to the s-'
... of milk.
similar to the Butte
cltj
ordinance.
was also Introduced.
The appointment of
' Fred
O'Donnell j
as night watchman
was r
•atlfied by
the council. The report of the tre
urer showed that Walkerville 1
$6,000 in its vaults, all on the ri;
side of the ledger.
BEAUTY KIT HOLDS
NOTHING BUT SOAP
The woman scientist, working in
her laboratory, has discovered -Alas'
—that her sister of the world of Van
ity Fair has been duped, horriblv
duped. The face cream endorsed i>
Cleopatra has turned out under chem
ical analysis to be made of common
place, and In some cases injurious in
gredlents. Milady has all the time
been applying soap and glycerine t
Bo C\xid.od. trv
MotKexS Who Know
The comfort and seenreness of the
expectant mother Is essential to the 'OÄ
...................
, In //
■welfare of the future child. In exer
cising caution be guided by the exper
ence of hundred*» who have found
"Mother's Friend" a way to eliminate Re
vere suffering and insure your own rapid
recovery. It Is easily applied and Its Influence over
the effected ligament« is eoothing and benefic ial. Get
It at any druggist. Send for the free book on Mother
hood. Address
The Bradfleld Regulator Go.,
209 Lamar Bldg.. Atlanta. Ga.
A Trip to
California
Without seeing Santa Barbara, Monterey.
Del Monte. Santa Cruz. Big Trees and San
Francisco is like visiting SWITZERLAND with
out seeing the ALPS or FRANCE without see
ing PARIS.
ALL THESE POINTS ARE REACHED VIA
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COAST LINE
Tickets between San Francisco and Sacra
mento are honored on Sacramento River
Steamers (Netherlands Route).
A Delightful Day on the Water
For Accurate Information and Folders Address
F. E. SCOTT
District Passenger Agent.
203 Walker Bank Bldg. Salt Lake City, I'tah.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
j
1
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IF YOUR WATCH
L^)
Needs Repairing
M
Bring it to the Old Reliable
Watchmaker
S. SAIER
660 Phoenix Blk.. Butte
. c s .r
simile
" I ' r *- r
ton ui
tria, h'-tt.
ta.ned
~ ! 4
m
I
To avoid ir
ubstitutes be
< 'a!d
tatlons and ireffecti
re to ask for Di
-j j-ep-r See that a fa -
: well s Mgnature and

h the bottle '* p a• y e : A
. free of 'harpe can be oh
wrltir.g to Dr W. B ' 'a'.d
Washington street Monti
hrnpled fa
rating name
i> found are composed «*f
'tap and
tly.t r; ne with a hit of tint a
r.d per-;froi
fume added. An analysis « f
samples i
of skin bleaches shows conte»
ar
Many
ser.ic or mer ry. or i-"'. .
balms, tr ims and powders.
j
ment-- shew, are harmless. 1
ut they
are also of .ery little merit.
i
WILL SUPPORT NO
SLATE AT PRIMARY
The
Men's
effort to elect
The next meeting
d;. evening. Jan
was decided that at the
tion no « andidates or
kind should be support
ganization as a whole,
era! election the club i
>b
mu
Judge
J. J.
appro.
ching
ujssed
nd it
primär \
elec -
slate •>
any
d by the or
In the
gen
ill use
every
of the
party.
s ill be held Mon
WORLD LOST ITS GREATEST ACTOR WHEN _
TOM LAWSON WENT I NTO WALL ST. G AME
That is the Declaration of C.
E. Russell. Who Saw the Fa
mous Frenzied Financier Giv
ing His Testimony Before
the House Rules Committee
at Its First Hearing Into the
-Leak" Charges.
IV
HARLES EDWARD RUSSELL
W'ashington. Jan.
lost its ereatest
Thomas W. Dawson
and advertisements
character comedy, h'
other actor look like a
The caucus room, wh
boudoir or cozy corner
1 »>.—The world
ay actor when
cent into stocks
In the way d
could make any
peoph
standing:
:>n him. br
l ha: r
no bod \"s
jammed,
ail eyes
I* id he sat
u ith them
ist concern
r.t ex-ept
bless attention and
ttee glaring at him
-ions like a machine
there and played
1 and never showed
or the slightest ex-
when he manufac-
s * wn purposes.
- seemed V be getting
•.ident a moment later
erely play acting again,
off - ne of his jokes he
the gh^st of a smile to
it
was making his
le lifted and he
atement
vit hi his
v/ rise
b g
aid
ing
M'.e:
°T,
;• < k like simp!» mir.ded « "me*
the midst of which pious per
nce he would occasionally glance
f< the spectators seats where >at
I newspaperman that he use-! to
\ ery wel! and then Just a sug
n «»f a gratified sense nf humor
appear
uldn't
that his face change
ried la
-mmittf
mmittec
time
like a
In it
never va
whei
the cc
ha\ e
him cor
appe
a red like
inter
ested.
. ha!
and.
resit
nation.
one
much ho
at any time
t was all the
uid the color
hade. Even
fm contempt he
f-n only remotely
cd back in his
air of patient
itudied the- ceiling like ]
vaiting for the I
ic interesting !
1
; the table and 1
hat
committee to bee
again.
When he pounded
declared he didn't ' give* u damn'
the committee (lid or said, it was per- ]
fectly palpable that he didn't mean
it and hi* apology the next minute
was contrived to be equally insincere,
although nobn-fv ov-uld take any ex
ception to it.
He sr.t so that the majority of the
spectators had a clear view of his
remarkably long head, overhanging
brow, fighting Jaw and big neck,
he id seems to have developed chiefly '
1 a. kward; there Is more of it to the'
rear of his ears than a man ought to I
have, so much of It that he seemed to
ha-.c a lump or protuberance beneath
the spot where the back of his hat rim
would rest. He has dark hair, grow
ing now pretty thin Lut curiously j
led into two little flat hooks on 4
h side of his forehead; a moustache
t 1 ;.Is gone quite gray since he
• l-'i > v/uc-.i I-'ii and little.
BOB AND THE MISSUS
Fitzsimmons Announces Inten
tion of Becoming an
Evangelist.
I
While Mr
of the formt
Bob
Fitzsimmons, wife j
former world's champion prize
. is the accredited représenta- j
f the Pacific Coast Rescue and
live society of Portland, she is
onsciously or unconsciously get*
tintr a lot of "local color" f.>r Lanky
Boh's five-minute rehearsal of a has
en on the vaudeville circuit in Spo
ne, where Bob is showing this week.
>th have some startling notices in
e Spokane papers, one on Sunday
morning: with this:
Ruddy Bob' Fitzsimmons last
night announced his Intention to be
come an evangelist and devote his tal
ents to preaching the gospel. He i«
r.ot a stranger to the pulpit, having
appeared in churches in Minneapolis,
Camden, N. J.. and elsewhere and re
cently addressed the Bible c
Drexel Biddle, Philadelphia million
aire."
of J
The story adds that he has been
considering this step for some time
and it appears
that he will be
exponent of the
from the hand
"Although it
to lc
both have been in
r.ot meet." the sto
to Mr. and Mrs l
al theater-goers
better preacher than
manly art, judging

was the second day I'
gently, at the request of Mr. Biddle.
Hutte theater-goers felt the same way
when they realized what a weak old
man he is. Instead of the former Idol
of tight fans and a strong man.
Spokane, they did j
uddtil, referring
'b Mrs. Klusim- I
■vldently dropped from her
sentimental plane which she !
egardlng Boh when she j
paperman: |
highly
had in Butte
»aid to a Spoka
"Oh. Just the siRht of him (Bob)—!
und 1 hadn't seen him for more than a
sear—brought before me a vision of
Han McGinnis saloon-yes, that 1 * In ,
mrn'd , , ^ a " ,hm,Kh 1 "*•' 1
' noh »»Irt thTt , s ,
Hob satd that some of the stories he
told the Drexel Bible class hrouprht !
tears to the eyes of his hearers and
that they gave him three cheers,
gently, at the re.m.sr or xr- nma,«
r
ft iÆi
' pH
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v ■ .nfetuS?
mt
h
hi
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I °
Thomas W. Lav
sketched while he was testifying before the house commit
it its first hearing of the 'Teak'* charges._
steady, glinting and cold gray
:
voice is Just right for the kind j
of guying comedy that he plays best,
It is rather high, - r at le
above the
middle register,
mo you can see '
make with it wh<
of his drawling.
livtred with a perfectly solemn fa
and the manner
Mood
He
make
talkir
can
"Mr. I.
Lawson
ehairma
attempt
the wn
still V
the I .a
I somewhat nasal,
t effects 1
ie starts in
ying speeches, de
can ;
one
of the elder, as be
fore said.
Every time they started out to get
him treed about something he Just
tylayed tug with them for a while and
then loped away and left them behind
like a jack rabbit scooting from
mud turtle
You could no more get a direct an
swer out of him than you could
f a grindstone.
knows -that ' the best waj to
run< men mad is to keep on
while they are talking and he
tin t better than anybody
uv- on! Mr. I.av.-son! — Mr
Mr. Lawson!" crie» the
11 poor .Mr. Henry, in a rain
make some impression on
He may as well keep.
at the slightest hesltatiot
Stream Hows .m. rising
MR. AND MRS. O'MEARA
LEAVE FOR THE COAST
Mr
Hr
rill ex- I
tend
mont'
vhirh
s. John J «
m a trip v
period of at least two j
going to the coast then
ill he at Seattle, after j
rill proceed to Los An- j
geh« • .j different points in Cali
fornia. N \t New Orleans will he
visited then will follow visits in 1
Washinutor and New York Last :
evenii.k a large number of the per- .
sonal : ends of Mr. O'Meara assem
hled in the Wilson room at the Fin
len and tendered him a dinner with
I wishes for a pleasant and
ncation. Charles P. Xevin
iot*d as toastmaster and there were
speeches from Billy Gemmell, John
Harrington. Arthur Mueller. Robert
alf. Janies T. Finlen. P. J Burke,
Walker and several others.
enjoy
auk C.
Get It
olbert's
The Lathes' Auxiliary society of ,he |
* :3<i 0 < * r,r k if the vestry rooms of the i
temple, at Washington and tialena
streets Refreshments will he served :
All are welcome i
_
auxiliary to entertain.
Temple B'Nal Israel wi!
monthly card party this
give the I
venlng
I' 1
Washing Won't Rid
Head of Dandruff
tonight, and hy morning
The only sure way to get rid of dan
druff is t.• dissolve It. then you de
stroy It entirely. To do this, get about I
four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; I
! apply it at night when retiring; use
j enough to moisten the scalp and rub I
| It in gently with the finger tips. |
Do thi
most. If not all. of your dandruff will
he gone, and three or four more np
, plication* will completely dissolve and
1 en,lrely de8lro >- »very single sign and
'. rac ? of » 1" matter how mu. h
dandruff you may have
! You will find too that nil
and digging of the scaln will ston*^
once, and your hair will be fluffy
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and
look and feel a hundred times better.
low can get liquid arvon a, any
nlv* !'°r e U '* '"expensive and
n.xer falls to do the work.
higher and higher
really angry, until
and he is
if the man were
verybody else quits
daring hi«
left t Jking alone and de
fixed and unalterable pur
to defend the right» of an Ainer
i, an citizen and the hearths of free
men!
He has the most amazing command
of himself, his voice, his nerves and
j his manner. When he had thoroughly
j angered the committee and aroused
| the whole audience against him, caus
ing it to denounce him under its
breath as a four-flusher and all that,
Mcil
he was still i»erfectly cool, steady and
deliberate. He held a little slip of
paper in his hand and it never trem
\fter a scorching question tired
t him by a committeeman, red faced
vlth wrath, he would stop for half a
moment, and then make a slow, long
drawn out. coolly framed answer that
was no answer and merely made the
committeeman hotter than ever,
Tt was a good show and a pleasant
time was had by all present—except
the committee—but what about the
: famous leak?
Think not of that. Mr Lawson got
Hie headlines and we had the fun—
what more could anybody want?
DEATH OF SCHULTZ
Inquest Into Death of Ranch
Fire Victim Tomorrow
Afternoon.
While the
that John
is nothing to give hint
hultz, the farm hand
whose body was found in the smoulder
ing ruins of the Lone Tree ranch
house near Silver Bow Sunday morn
ing, was the victim of foul play, Cor
"ner Lane is making a thorough in
vestigation of the case and will hold
<n inquest tomorrow afternoon at his
office in the courthouse.
The lire at the ranch house was
discovered by Fred Miles and Vic Car
son. who live on the Thomas Miles
ranch, some distance away. The two
ere returning from a dance about
1 30 o'clock Sunday morning, and
ran»), »h*v Lom> Tre *
' 11 - 1 *" e > found the house burned to
the ground and Schultz's body, burned
!L 3 ! '' ' 1 (J 16 t" 1 '" 1 - They reported
T h 7 *" h< " " h, ' Plff aml ro ™ner.
' men dev °ted their efforts to
f' revent| n* spread of the flames. The
lire apparently had been burning for
at least an hour It Is the theory of
•hose familiar with the affair that th.
tire started while Srhultz was asleep
overcome hy smoke.
and that he
EIGHTY-SEVEN YEARS OLD.
Backache, sore muscles, stiff joints
rk mur. , lna?r eye* an<1 Wttdder dls J
-ymptoma of diseased kid
• Springfield, Mo.,
very severe attack
| eighty-seven. I tried Xrerent"'treaf-'
so much good
I consider It
Kidney Pln s
dark puff:
orders are
neys H. ff Adam
writes: "I had a
of kidney trouble.
I mente, but none did me
i as Foley Kidney Pills
th * Folev Kid
*"»'c 1« action, and quiekTo glv*
; ,esults - Newbro Drug r 0 _îj! '°° ä
i ——___ A d\.
Actif o po n '
i rw ® FOR DIVORCE,
vor*"^- A She * dy 18 asking for a di
of faUureV'nr' S , he ° dy on lhe <f°und
1 married 18 Jî? 1 \! de ' The cou b>e were
! addWon ^ agu in »Wa dty. I„
plaintiff ; lsSs tn < ! y< ' rPy ot d ' v orce the
i her maiden \ h * a "°wed to resume
inuiaen name, «'arrle A. Priest
*•••
So Digestible That Eve n
Babes Thrive Upon It
ASK your doctor what sort of cereal food is best of u
for easy and thorough digestion. Answer: A hîf
anced food that is non-constipating, granulated to
free play of digestive juices, and complete with the nutum
salines and coarse brans retained. All of these esserZ,
are abundantly provided by *
Dr. Jackson's
Roman Meal
lfe®^. y0U ,r "' T 6,R «a*»
H Roman Meal does
t hre ly relieve constipation
Even bablei miy use It freely
(from the eighth month) with
greatest benefit to not only their
health but their development
end growth.
When grain« are "refined"
the brans, salines and nutritive
dark parts are removed. Only the
highly starchy white part« are re
tained. These fine, starchy par
ticles pack and clog the digestive
tract, and ferment. The polsona
thus produced enter the blood—
and you feel the nasty, debilita
ting sensation due to indigestion
gnd self-poisoning.
Roman Meal pre
vents indigestion, and
helps other foods to
digest, too. It la
porous because gran
ulated. The digeative
Juices can reach evety
particle quickly, thus
P romoting digestion.
he brans also help to
bring out the digest
ive Juices. Result:
Quick and thorough
digestion, no ferment
( etion and no self
poisoning, hence the
tense of wellness
refund your money.
up your system with food, w
are impoverished and lack wuj
the muscles of the digestive SS
just stop working, and Ä
have constipation. L,,^
Meal relieve it.
Roman Meal Is also a wrfMi.
balanced food. Your d®
never upset by too much starch
or too much protein, that [■
why jt "agrees" with everyth
—it 18 properly balanced. Ari
your doctor aboutit,
Roman Meal his,;!
the nutritive valued
entire berries of »heit
and rye, and theieed
of flax rendered both
tasteless and odor
less by electricity,
Roman Meal make,
the most satisfying
porridge (must new
be stirred except
while mixing meal and
waten. It is also used
for making pancake,,
gems, bread, etc. it
all grocers.
g Roman Neal Co., Tacoma (Washington) and Toronto (Canada)
• 1 «
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Stir
Roman
Itoal
REVENUE CUTTER. ,
"1 see that Tomkins has sold that j
fine boat of his," remarked Hopkins.
"Yes," replied Thompson. "It cost '
Come 1 to the
St. Paul Outdoor Sports Carnival
Jan. 27th to Feb. 3rd
The biggest event the Northwest has ever known— 50000
costumed carnivalers in parades and pageant?— speed
and fancy skating contests—big curling bon spiel—
mammoth toboggan slides. Bring your family ana
friends and have the magnificent "time" of your lives.
National Ski Tournament, January 29 and 30
Greatest professional and amateur ski junipers of th#
world will participate.
REDUCED ROUND TRIP FARES
Special round trip fares have been authorized iront
Helena, Butte, Great Falls, Billings, Lewistown and an
points in Montana on the Great Northern Railway to
St. Paul account the St. Paul Outdoor Sports Carnival.
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE JAN. 24 TO 29. INC.
Final return limit Feb. 22. Secure tickets, literatur
and information from your local Great Northern
representative.
J. T. McGAUGHEY
Asst. Gen'l Freight & Pass'r Agent
Helena, Montana
- ? - ' .
... >
Is Thousands of Butte Teoph
During the Past F'
Received
Dental Satisfaction
As Guarantee** W
DR. DAY
U-3S OWSLEY BLOCK
Phone 2M8 for Ap*»" 1 ""*"
The last word In modern dentistry, combined with 20 Year*
Besides onr work yon will also be satisfied with OUR PRICES,
crowns, (4.00; porcelain crowns, (4.00; bridge work, (<■•• " 100 ' fu u gl
fillings. (1.50; sliver filling«, (l.M; solid gold fillings, (»•*• ul) '
teeth ...... ..........
OUR BEST
too much to keep in commlsaloa '
thought he was buying a steam ju
and discovered that he had pui
a revenue cutter."

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