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Today and Tomorrow Presents [The Renowned Dramatic Actress [THEL BARRYMORE -IN THE AWAKENING iF HELENA RICHIE" Metro Wonderplay in Five Acts, Based on Margaret [ Deland's Famous Novel—A Powerful Story of a Woman's Love and Renunciation. Coming Friday artd Saturday BRYANT WASHBURN and [ARGUERITE CLAYTON In IE PRINCE OF GRAUSTARK The Only Sequel—Greater Than the Original j I THOSE WHO SEEK THE HIGHEST CLASS OF> VAUDEVILLE ANI) PICTURE SHOW ENTERTAIN MENT GO TO THE ANSONIA. YOUR LAST CHANCE TODAY! To See the Famous University Football Star. GEORGE WALSH In That Big Story THE ISLAND OF DESIRE" AM) TWO BIG SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS A COMING HERE TOMORROW FOR NEXT THREE DAYS William Brady Presents Thursday, Friday and Saturday E. K. LINCOLN and JUNE ELVIDGE A Mighty Powerful Story. Directed by Frank Hall Crane. "The World Against Him 99 ANSONIA THEATER VAUDEVILLE AT THE BROADWAY AULINE THE SCIENTIFIC 10 ARVEL 1ST TWO PRESENTATIONS OF THIS GREAT SHOW TONIGHT—7:30-9:15. tUSTIC COMMENT IN GERMANY ON THE LEAK SCANDAL IN THE U. S. p ter dam, Jan. 17 (via London). — e, P*ic Neueste Nachrichten, eom on the speculation On the New stock exchange at the time of the of President Wilson's note, the heading of "The Washlng 'andal," says : Interests us most In this fill so characteristic of Americans »king dollars out of a horrible |t't( r by rustling peace palms. Is I* uvhllght falling on national In fi' »ns and tee administration. The >h"\v 8 anew what peace tapght to ^"mdr«d times—Jupiter Mammon real fuler of these-states which *o us stay-at-home Germans their free constitutions and which, so far as they are linked with our ene mies, talk to us of their aims to liber ate us from militarism and monarchy and offer to bless us with their patent ed liberties. "Germany declines with thanks the offer to Improve us. Though there may be many respects in which we need reforms and are susceptible of improvement, the Inner purity and un availability of our monarchial gov ernment raise it high above the pseudo democratic-republican production and cause us to thank God that we remain protected from this all too western progress. ~ CITY PERFECTING ELECTRIC SISIEK Underground Installation of Police and Fire System Finished Soon. By Feb. 5 all of the electric circuits used by the city of Butte In the police and fire services will be underground, instead of the old system of stretching a network of wires and chimneys from one building to another in the busi ness district. The wires are placed In lead cables and run through the conduits put in throughout the business district and many other parts of the city by the Mountain States Telephone company. The cables will not only carry the cir cuits for the various fire alarm boxes, but will ulso he used by the Gamewell call box and telephone system installed In the polic e station. The work was started In October and will cost about $1,400. According to several of the electricians employed the task, the new system will mean unequaied wiring system for the 1 big city departments and will Ins permanency of installation as well as a system which will be beyond the reach of mischiefs. This morning t^e electricians were working in the manhole at Main and j Broadwaf andtHcsied the fire signal on a nearby lamp post which is used to notify' traffic that the fire department is about to make one of Its spectacular clashes down Main street. The street cleared instantly' and ex pectant pedestrians awaited the fire apparatus. The horn continued its raucous call for several minutes, and I when the department did not show up one of the electricians stopped the noise and explained the reason. As he did so the traffic officer on the cor ner declared: "I am glad you stopped that rac ket. It's as had fis Dune MacGregor with his pipes cm a c old day like this.'' SENSATIONAL ATTRACTION SHOWN AT AMERICAN ON SATURDAY, JAN. 27 CLARÄT KIMBALL youNG IHE (oriMON L w Sclznick Picture* PAULINE TO LEAVE AFTER THE PANTAGES EXHIBITION TONIGHT Two more opportunities are to be afforded here to see the present great Pantages vaudeville show which has been holding forth at the Broadway theater since last Saturday afternoon and which is headed by the famous Pauline, the scientitlc marvel. Tonight's two presentations of this splendid program of Pantages star attractions will conclude the show's Butte engagement. Pauline has a wonderful psychic act that ! s fasclnat ing and mighty original and provides plenty of excellent entertainment. ALL STARS AT EMPRESS. Just the sort of vaudeville program that Butte's theatergoers will enjoy immensely opened at the Empress this afternoon. It is an all-star list of at tractions and will run Wednesday. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, with daily matinee«. Hutan's Song Birds, one of the most delightful acts in vaudeville today, will be headline attraction. "Roguish Rosetta," the biggest little star on the stage, will furnish In abundance her own inimitable wit and comedy. The company is composed of premier in strumentalists and singers, and a treat is in store for local music-lovers. The Ty-Bell Ladles are three per fectly-formed young women with re markable physical attainments, whose whirling maxillary displays are sensa tional and marvelous. Medley and Moyse, the college cut ups, will offer some original fun on a college campus. It deals with the in cidents of a college football team and is said to furnish no end of fun. These comedians must be seen and heard to be appreciated. Nan Lewis, the clever western girl, will be heard in a repertoire* of her latest song hits. She has a remark able voice and knows how to use it to advantage. Avery and Williams in "Hank, the Operator," usually keep their audiences in hysterics with their comical antics. Their sketch Is brimful of wit and hu I Adv. WILL FUMIGATE El Precautions Against Diphtheria Infection to Be Taken Tonight. One of the pupils who have been at tending the Emerson school, a child of W. W. Dunks, Is ill of diphtheria. The school authorities claim that the child was not attending school at the time the disease was contracted. How ever. in order to safeguard the other pupils, the school will be thoroughly fumigated this evening. A few of the regular students of the school were kept home today by their parents through fear of Infection. However, Clerk Sylvester said today that there need lie no worry at all in the matter, as the school will he fumigated thor oughly this evening. "The school was fumigated only very recently," said Mr. Sylvester. "All schools are fumigated frequently. In fact, the fumigating spray is used twice a month and candles are burned once a month, while every Saturday disinfectant Is used in the water for scrubbing purposes. Disinfectants arc used practically dally In the toilets and every possible precaution is taken." CHARGED WITH ROBBERY. In a complaint issued out of the county' attorney's office. Jack Gwynn Is charged with having stolen $50 from Vernon Blackhurt. an acquaint ance. The robbery is alleged to have taken place in the Grand hotel while Blackhurt slept. Gwynn is one of the men who endeavored to secure their freedom a few days ago by a writ of habeas corpus. Main springs $1.00, guaranteed. Mayer, lowest priced jeweler in Mon tana. 21 West Park.—Adv. The sanitary vltrollte the Walker Cafe Is ver mor and will ho one of the features of the new show. A novel exhibition will be given by Marcou. He is the king of all shad owgraphers and will demonstrate his skill upon the screen. He will show what is possible with two thumbs and eight fingers in the making of vari ous figures. The Empresscope will show the lat est news of the day. while a Luke com» edy will also he shown in motion pic tures. Daily matiness are given at 2 o'clock and night shows at 7:15 and 9:15. Get it at Colberts—Adv. MEADERVILLE CARD GAME IS RAIDED Under Sheriff Jack Mella, and a num ber of his deputies in the course of their tour about the outskirts of the city last night came across a card games in James Negro's establishment. Main street, Meaderville. Negro and four others were placed under arrest and taken to the county jail. On put ting up bonds this morning Negro and the men were allowed to go to appear when notified. ACHES AND PAINS Don't neglect a pain anywhere, but find out what causes it and conquer the cause. A pain In the kidney re gion may put you on your back to morrow. Don't blame the weather for swollen feet; it may be an advanced warning of Bright's disease. A pain in the stomach may be the first symp tom of appendicitis. A creak in a Joint may he the forerunner of rheumatism. Chronic headaches more than likely warn you of serious stomach trouble. The best way is to keepjn good con dition day in and day out by regularly taking GOLD MEDAL HAARLEM OIL Capsules. Sold by reliable druggist«. Money refunded if they do not help you. Beware of substitutes. The only pure Imported Haarlem Oil Capsule«! are Un G OLD MEDAL. EMPRESS "*7$ TONIGHT Jf B Follow the Crowds to Butte's Most Popular Vaudeville House A BRAND NEW SHOW WITH SIX BIG FEATURES STARTS TODAY RUTAN'S SONG BIRDS With R0QU1SH R OSETTA Medley and Moyse The Biggest Little Star in Vaudeville The College Cut Ups "The Singing A Musical Treat TY-BELL LADIES • _ • * 1 " ULLL Lni/iLd « In a Whirlwind Offering of Grace and Agility MARCOU' King of All Shadowgraphers PATHE NEWS EVENTS—EMPRESSCOPE—LI KE COMEDY MATINEES DAILY AT 2 :0Û O'CLOCK NIGHT SHOWS AT 7:15 ANI) 9:15 O'CLOCK "Hank the Operator"— Nothing Hut T S H A U T R U S R D D A A Y Y PROTESTS AGAINST THF. SLIGH TER Of DEER New York Scientist Says Time Will Come Soon When Spe cies is Extinct. r*w York. Jan. 17. Dc*r are being killed in such numbers in the United States that the day is not far off c'hen none will he seen outside ot the statuaries and parks, Dr. William T Ifornaday. director of tho Zoological park here, said last night at the an nual meeting of the New York State Forestry association. A deplorable condition of affairs exists west of the Mississippi river, he declared, 8,000 deer having been killed In one Colo rado county during one year. "Since 1900 the killing has been less there," Dr. Hornaday added, "but hardly a deer remains." TRETHEWEY ESTATE VA LUE D AT $3,000 The will of Richard Trethewey w'as admitted to probate this morning by Judge Dwyer and an order made ap pointing William Trethewey adminis trator. The estate is valued at about $3,000. Nora L.. Curran was appointed ad ministratrix of the estate of Dan Shea, who died in this city Jan. 2. Her bond was fixed at $12,000. > ! 1 | Subscribe for the Butte Daily Pop SQUARE HEADS MOVE WORLD! Noted Character Analyst Points to Lloyd Georg?. T. P.. Hindenburg and Other Men of Action a » MEN VELT, WITH SQUARE HEADS— ROOSE VON HINDENBIRG, LLOYD GEORGE AND VILLA. with Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 17.—Men square heads move the world! So says William Judson Kibby, noted character analyst. Look at the heads of the men active today—Lloyd George, Von Hindenburg, Roosevelt. Villa. Notice their square head«, high foreheads, square set Jaws, «mall slit eyes and virile faces. "Von Hindenburg." «ays Kibby, "is typical of the aggressive man whose whole dynamic life is drive, expedition, execution. He, like all men who lead. The character analyst argues men of a certain type shoul d seek work that calls for that type in order the best that is in them. The square-headed man. he says, is Ihe man who does things; the long-headed thinker and needs some one else to do the things he plans. The round-headed man is judicious. TP i * to brine man is TO KEEP THE PARTY INTACT Prohibition Party Chairman is Opposed to Merger in Federation. Chicago. Jan. 17. A recommendation j that the prohibition party enter into no relations at present whereby it would in any way surrender its in dependent identity was made to th'* national committee of the party, it. session here today, by Virgil G. Hin- ! shaw of Chicago, chairman The j recommendation followed proposals to } organize a "nation dry federation. , composed of all of the temperance or ganizations in the United States, for! ja united campaign against liquor in : > 1920 ! Mr. Hinshaw explained that the con 1 federation could be worked out so i that the identity of the prohibition 1 party, the Anti-Saloon league -ojd | other organizations working toward' the common end wvuld lie safeguarded He submitted a report showing that j more than $300.000 has been «pent during the last four years by the com mittee. Seventy thousand of thts^ amount was spent In the recent presi dential campaign, $28,2S7 on the trans- ; continental tour of the party noml | nees. THE BUTTE "AILY POST POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS does not talk from his head, but roars from hischest—like a lion. "Roosevelt Is even a better type. He not only does, hut plans while, doing. His head sliows a quick-witted, ana lytic brain. Roosevelt must have some thing to do. and when he has some thing to do everything and everybody must get out of his way. "Lloyd George is Teddy In the Eng lish.- He'll show England a thing or twe "Villa is a natural born leader. He WILL CHRISTEN NEW TOWN THIS EVENING Committee of Suburbanites is Proceeding With Move to Incorporate. A • proposed new town, which residents of Floral Park, tho Home addition and Atherton Place have started i movement to incor porate. will be selected by a special committee of seven residents of these three additions ;it a meeting to he held tonight in the office*« of the Tidewater Investment company at 124 West Granite street. More than 50 nomina tions of a name have been received by the committee. A i rize of $25 will he awarded to the person who submit« the name which finds favor Repre sentatives of the various additions on the < «»mmittee are Messrs. Westgate, Orchard. Brown, Bessette. White and Leiphelmer. The - ornmitt- e of in appointed to circulate a petition for a special elec tion to vote upon the question of in corporation has more than the 56 names required by law for the petition and new awaits selection of a name to incorporate in it before presenta tion to the commissioners. PAW KNOWS EVERYTHING. ho owns the "Birth Willie—Paw, of a Nation?" Paw—The : company, my is childlike to the poor, and to his owi people, but ruthless to his enemies. ' Men with long heads are thinker« and idealists. President Wilson Is typical of the mental motive—the man who reasons and talks things out ' The long-headed men are evolu tionists; the square-headed men ars revolutionists. "Typical of men with round head« is Taft. Men like him want no phy sical exertion. They are the judicial type who think and direct."