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PRICES ON
BEDDING
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For beauty, sleep and perfect rest,
you must have the perfect
Emmerich
Guaranteed Feather
Pillows.
Theyrare resilient and luxurious, and are
filled with pure, clean, fluffy feathers,
cured and deodorized by the Emmerich
exclusive process, ndding them of all
odors, oil, animal matter, and all foreign
and deleterious substances. Guaran
teed sweet, pure and odorless. Entire
pillow satisfaction, or money refunded
x2 3
nch pi oaa
I8x25-inch pillows.
21x27-inch pillows.
21x27-inch pillows.
21x27- inch pi ow s
21x27-inch pillows.
90c
$1.50
$ 2.00
$3.25
$4.00
$5.00
BLANKETS
40x68-inch sHeer b ankets for
$1.00
64x76-inch sheet blankets for
■ $2.00
70x80-inch sheet b'ankets for
■ $2.75
Combination cotton and ac
)Ol
blankets for
$3.75
SPECIAL
Sample blankets at special
prices
from $ 1
to S'2
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.
txte£
20 West Broadway
J
Lei lis Decorate
Your Home
With the
Best 1'aper
Paint.
and
RIDDELL'S
131 W. P \RK ST.
Phone Our Estimator. 62.
PLUMBING
Th» Irdrprndïnt Plumber»
will d« voor
■ •rk for ll ptr hour Aii
work guaran
teed given Jobbirg I» our
*pf:itli). 222'^ >oath
A'uona.
Phono :S.»4
Expert Watch Repair
ng—atch
cleaning. $1.50; mains
prings, 81 ;
b<ith guaranteed for
BROD1E. the Je»ele
r, People
Theater building. 10
Ea«t Park
street.
DR. RINCKEL
THE DENTIST
Over Clark's Bank
CORNER BROADWW AND MAIN
Lady Attendant
GAIN IN DECEMBER.
ompany in the month • f D<
profit
to the
of $9
JOHN COR FUNERAL
Fu
for Jo
held today, proceeding from Walsh
parlor? es< orted by many members <
Butte lodge of the National t'roatia
society, to the Sacred Heart church
where a mass was celebrated. Burial
a • he Hol > « ross ■■met- ; ,
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You do not want a slow treatment
for itching scalp when hair is falling
and the dandruff germ is killing the
hair roots. Delay means—no hair.
7o Avoid Dandruff
Get.
at *ny drug _st°rc, a bottle of
lemo for 25c or *1.00 for extra Urge
sire. Use as directed, for it does the
work quickly. It kills the dandruff
germ, nourishes the hair roots and im
mediately stops itching scalp. It is
> pure* reliable, antiseptic liquid, is not
V liqui
greasy, is easy to use and will not stain.
Soaps and shampoos are harmful, as
they contain alkali. The best thing to
mt for scalp irritations is zemo, for it
it safe and alto inexpensive.
Th« E. W. Rom Gtta, Cleveland. O.
1) FILL SICK
ON TIE TARIFF
Democrats Forced to Consider
That Means of Raising
Revenue.
Special to the Post.
Washington. Jan IT.—One of the
most interesting development* in con
nection with plans to raise revenue«
to m*»et the enormous demand» of the
treasut > is a sentiment that ie grow
ing among democratic members of the
wavs and means committee in favor of
falling hack on the tariff.
This development is all the more
surprising from the fact that the dem
ocratic leaders in congress have al
W.» vs taken a good deal of pride in as
»♦•rting that the democratic party ! c
capable of raising revenues to keep the
government going without resorting to
the tariff It has been the democratic :
contention all along that the tariff is j
a republican device and that there are |
sources of taxation in the countn f * I
side f the tariff that are ample to J
; uf a bi
threatened
port of ?eV
of the ways
ttec and
is i*eing se
i. The
P reposition
e a flat
tariff of 10
article?
w ,>n the
t tariff r
f * per cent
ow on the
that, by
this simple
could 1-e
of the i
renient?
J' h*j nc
.p preached
of trepu
ation soleiy
Tension t
iat a resort
ariff taxa
tion by the
raditiona
lly opposed
have a
political ef
prejudi
ial \r dem
-p 1« taken
!a ration
vill be as
that a
10 per cent
• •
list and a
t.-e on
itiable ar
any
spe'.l pr«-
such low
rv* tariff*
only. " It
700 d lav
could Yf
without
bringing a
m up to
the protec
and me
ns commit
. . .
e bill it wifi
figures «
f the treas
ing how
.*s much as
tra reve
me may be
a few ch
inges in the
le most
interesting
by these
expert? has
nn of an
excess prof
is estimated, would
K'O of revenue annu
would he
imposed on
corporat
on. partner
ny. etc .
which are in
ent. Th
tax would
cent of
these extra
is is kne
wn. such a
has be
en seriously
United
States. Its
•rging t Y
at i*. would
revenue
question at
way? of
roposed tax.
meeting the
in the t
easury have

reosury ex
her thing
s. they pro
■ put hack
*»t and the
«•nsider that
ar and a tax
•i>. mineral
would yield
The old fa
00.000 addi
horse
engines
Peel fy In g
omethlng
130.01
>0.000 annually
-n advertising
billb
oard? and
car placard? ■
woul«
3 bring in
»2.1
•00.000 a year
in a
iddltion to
ting
the number of
bill!
►oard?. the
ts es
'timate, and w
ould
be a good
froi
n both standpoint?
Taxes on
•n p
ictures. films.
Klu
cose, pho
iphs
and phonogra
Ph r
ecord* are
<ed.
idditi«
nil the«
ea?urv
th-ii
vhieh the
things, the
Tve figured
w change?
lieve would
«ductlve of revenue. For
'•ffee. tea. « ocoa. crude
• ilk. raw wool, bananas
ere taken off of the free
■t and a varying duty assessed on
< • a? much as IM.000.000 could be
-*.! This would be on the basis of
duty of 3 rent? a pound on coffee. 10
nt? a pound on tea and cocoa, 10
■r cent on crude rubber, raw silk,
w wool, banana? and shingle?
und lumb«
,
SLOAN'S LINIMENT EASES PAIN
Sloan ? Liniment is first thought of
by mothers for bumps, bruise? and
sprain? that are continually happen
ing to children Tt quickly penetrate?
an< * soothes without rubbing. Cleaner
and mor, ' effective than mussy plaster?
or ointments For rheumatic aches,
r *uralagia pain and that grippv sore
ness after colds. Sloan's Liniment
prompt relief. Have a bottle
han<J > for bruises, strains, sprain* and
a " '■xternai pain. For the thousands
who *» work calls them outdoors, the
P ain " and aches following exposure are
relieved by Sloan s Liniment At all
25c —Adv.
ADVICE
Said old turfman Blinn?is y
A? he filled up his pipe:
Don't try to pick winners.
Before they are ripe."
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package
! proves it 25c at all druggists.
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For That Cough and
Cold Try
COUBES
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At All Drug Stores
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A NEW DEPOSITOR
Is a welcome visitor at all
times in our bank.
We regard courteous treat
ment as the one essential
factor which has brought so
many new depositors into our
banking institution.
It will be to your advan
tage to start a checking ac
count with us today.
There is always a time
when you may require a
loan or advice and we favor
our depositors.
4 Per Cent on
Savings and Time
Deposits
VEGEN BROS. BANKERS
BITTE, MONT.
Capital S100.000.00
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W. A. CLARK J. ROSS CLARK
W.A.CLARK&BRO.
Bankers
Established 1877
ALEX J. JOHNSTON........Cashier
J. K. HESLET.....Assistant Cashier
Transacts a General Banking
Business. Accounts of Banks,
Corporations and Firms Will
Receive Best Terms Consistent
With Good Banking Methods.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits
Boxes in Safety Deposit Vault
Daly Bank and Trust
Company
—OF BUTTE—
(Established 1882)
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS...$400,000
DIRECTORS:
Charles J. Kelly, John D. Ryan,
Marcus Daly, C. C. Swinborne,
K. A. Kunkel.
OFFICERS.
CHARLES J. KELLY......President
-lohn TV Ryan........Vice President
C. C. SWINBORNE..........Cashier
R. A. KUNKEL. .Assistant Cashier
R. W. PLACE.....Assistant Cashier
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
MINERS SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST CO.
Capital ..................1200.000.00
Surplus and Profits.......*50,000.00
All deposits made in
our savings department
on or before January 15
will draw interest from
January 1.
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Established 1877.
First National Bank
of Butte
INITTO 8TATES DEPOSITOR T
Capital and Surplus *600,000.
ANDREW 1 . DAVIS........President
E. B WEIRICK......Vice President
J. S. DUTTON...............Cashier
J. E. STEPHENSON....Asst. Cashier
GEO. U. HILL... „ ... .Asst. Cashier
Travelers' Checks and
Foreign Exchange Issued
ubecribe for the Butte Daily
VETERANS'
tini i
fVILI
_
Members Pledge Themselves to
Keep Alive Memories of
Their Fathers.
A movement to n*« rganize son^ v
eterans in this ty was started >es
Al Hauswirth. son of the
teran. Simon Haus
Dockstader. city clerk
r of a \eteran The
terday
well known
wirth. and A
nd another
meet i I
of the
and to
n Me
two men plan to call
organization within a few
make plana for a I g me
nutria 1 da>.
•We plan to make a permanent or
ganization," de- la red Mr Hauswuth.
There are several hundred son* or
veterans in this uy and we should
have been organized !■ nv ol<
fellows are d> - off each year until
now there is a mere handful left Some
me the ob
tne must rema
ervanee of Me
that the great
'61 are not forg
"Then. too. it
to have an or*
motion of patt:
meetings once
affair on Men
"All sons of
when they pre?
charge from t
t their fa th
in to
eeds
nd an anm
ill be eligible
father's dis
proper proof
the civil
BRICKLAYERS ATTEND
FUNERAL OF JOHN LEE;
Several hundred
more than 100 me
Bricklayers' union,
neral services tM
I.ee. The racket
many beautiful f.« r
members of the
escorted the hear.-
lors to the .
w here a mass v. s
Holy Cross ce mete
were Evan D < -w ■
dorr. Ellis Hughes
Hicks and Hermar
friend- including
Tiers of the Butte
attended the fu
momlng of John
- banked with
.. offerings and the
n who attended
from White's par
'd Heart church,
ct 1* bra ted. and to
The pallbearers
- Timothy Rear
John Schultz. Joe
Anderson.
MINERS ASPHYXIATED
IN BOAT'S FORECASTLE
Juneau, Alaska. Jan. 17.— H. W. R.
Holme? of Pomona, Cal . and Daniel
Gallagher, miners who were on their
way to Chichagoff on the power boat
Chlchagoff, were asphyxiated yester
day in the forecastle of the boat while
they slept. The forecastle was found
rilled with gas and four other men
were resuscitated w ith difficulty. The
T odies were brought here.
WHAT HAS SGC0ME
OF—
OF—
STOP TOMORROW
AND I'u.
Give yoci
A COUOLE
MORE.
Nx
|>g
the
to
of
The BAKEB who Put
IN A F E W EXT BA ROLLS
MAY
BE A SAXON;
SAYS SHE'S A
FORD
"Jilr
Jitne
—"What is your name?"
tenant Murray of the West
•nth Street police station of
oung woman who had been
Cullen,
hotel,
for?"
"I'm
brought
there by William J.
house d
1 c lev live of the Claridgt
"J \
F'.rd," she answered.
"\Vha
t does the J' stand
Murray
queried, "Jane. Jos
Johanns
*,?"—
. ' interrupted the girl.
Ford, age 26 year?, and li
>•■ 102 West Eighty-fifth street."
Manager Burney of the hotel said
she reached the Cl&rldge at an early
[hour in the afternoon and began to
rite letter? to guests. After she had
(been there for several hours she wue
ordered out and objected. Then she
r.as escorted to the station.
The girl was handsomely dressed in
I white and wore white furs.
" ''Jitne;. Ford" was sent to the night
court.
M MULLEN FUNERAL.
MRS
Mrs.« Fathering McMullen, aged 32
years, died yesterday at her home, 505
South Montana street, after living in I
Butte for 16 years. Mrs. McMullen
was widely known and liked in Butte,
where she had a large number of
friends. She was a member of Silver
Bow circle. Women of Woodcraft. She
j is survived by her husband. John Mc
Mullen; a daughter. Miss Katie Mc
Mullen, and a son, John L., of Butte,
j and another son, George of Bozeman.
and a daughter, Mrs. W. H. Steinke of
Minnesota. Until word is received
from relative? out of the city the ar- \
rangements for the funeral will not be 1
completed.
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MACCABEES TO INSTALL.
The newly elected officer, of the
Copper Leaf hive No. »45. Ladles of
Maccabees, will be installed tonight at
- meeting to be held In the Fidelity
ill of the Odd Fellow, on Wes,.
wlThTfoll ceremont *' session
« 111 be followed by a social session
and refreshments will be served.
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g<*
Jl Ieulth Chief
Declares Grij
jtnàutnàmi
pmicmh
flTTSM
XPRf S 0-'
Don't Delay Taking Duffy's
Get Duffy's now and build sufficient staminajo withstand
grip and pneumonia to which you are constantly exposed,
until news dispatches announce the annual epidemic of grip.
Duffy's Pure Malt Wiske
y
has long been recognized by the profession and laity as one of the most effective renwdi# ;
and preventatives of grip, pneumonia, coughs, colds and diseases of the respiratory orç«J
l'nprejudiced phvsicians readily recommend and use it In.practice and hospital work b, I
cause of its absolute purity and quality. It is acceptable to the most delicate stomach as jjl
is made from the choicest of grains thoroughly malted and requiring little effort of the)
digestive organs. If taken in tablespoon doses in equal amounts of water or milk befortl
meals and on retiring it assists in checking the disease, helps prevent wasting of the tissues I
and helps the stomach to more perfectly digest and assimilate food. Fortify your system I
by taking Duffy's regularly.
The genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold in
SEALED BOTTLES ONLY by most druggists, grocers
and dealers. If they can't supply you, write us. Useful
household booklet free.
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Company,
" * r, N. Y.
zr'
Rochester,
ORDER SHOW CURS
FOR 6IE EXHIBIT
Send Hurrvup Messages to the
Factories—Preparing for
Coming Auto Show.
Automobile dealers are united in
their plans to make the second auto
mobile show the greatest in the north
west. A committee, consisting of
Howard Pierce. John Berkin and I. M
Wheeler, held a meeting yesterday aft
ernoon and made some of the arran
ments. but have not yet decided upon
the date. The Murray building seems
to be the favorite among the majority
of the dealers.
Space amounting to more than $3,000
worth has been sold, and this amount
will be increased from time to time.
The $3,000 will be used for decorations,
music and features.
Immediately after the meeting Mon
day night dealers got busy with the
various factories and many wires have
been sent for show cars. Some of the
factories have informed the dealers
that experts will be on hand for the
show.
Herbert S. Riley, Cadillac dealer;
Howard Pierce, dealer for the Pierce
Arrow. the Marmon, Premier and Ab
bot-Detroit; I. M. Wheeler, with the
Chandler, Peerless and Federal truck,
will have the biggest exhibits, accord
ing to the space reserved by each.
CASTORIN
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Year
Always bears
the
Signature <
--— w WW ■ V« ■
ears
of &*&&& S5
BLACKSMITHS ENJOY
DINNER AT FINLEN
fldore than a dozen of the leading!
blacksmiths of Butte were the guests;
of William McEachran of Spokane.!
representative of an eastern horseshoe 1
house, at a delightful dinner in the !
Wilson room of the Finfen last even
ing After the dinner they discussed!
current events of interest to the trade.
li FIRMS
Butte Readers Are Learning
the Way.
It's the little kidney ills
The lame, weak or aching back—
The unnoticed urinary disorders
That may lead to dropsy
Hright's disease.
When the kidney
at Lome
Proof in a Butte*
J- W. Crowell. _______
Posting company* 402 South Montana
Btr ^t. Butte, says; "I suffered for
near *y three year? from lameness
across the small of my back. I couldn't
and
are weak.
Help them with Doan's Kidney Pills,
A remedy especially for weak kid
neys.
Doan's have been used
troubles for 50 years.
Endorsed by 40>>0 people—endorsed
kidney
.■It'zens' statement
manager Bill
I ney secretions
| when passing „.J were highly colored
I Three'hLre." r. . . —.....
i made a cure" Doan " K '<lney Pin,
r. rir „ ... , ,
p,' a,V for ^
I Doan's Kidney PiliF'
: cured M
| p,. or
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.V'l.'".". alns , ! n , m> '»'o* and
j KtOOp
1^ also bad much trouble from the kid
The secretions burned
Don't sim
remedy—get
the same that
Crowell. Foster-Milburn
Buffalo. N. Y.
ICDLD PBMLLLS
No So Severe, However—Im
provement is Looked for
by Tomorrow.
The present spell of cold weather
parallels in a degree the conditions one
year ago this month in this part of
the state, although the cold is not
quite so severe. It will be remem -
bered that one year ago the thermome
ter was below zero for several weeks
and the conditions were the worst ex
perienced in several years.
With 11 below as yesterday's mini
mum. the mercury sought the same
mark last night, but failed by two
pointst The minimum for the past 24
hours was 9 below, the official read
ing. According to the registration on
the thermometer at Hannifln's corner,
the cold was of the same intensity
from 3 o'clock this morning until 11
lock today, when a slight upward
trend began.
However, the reports from the offi
cial weather bureau on the roof of the
Daly Bank building are somewhat dif
ferent. Since 6 o'clock last evening
the maximum was 2 above. At 10
o'clock this morning 7 below was the
mark. While the weather bureau
Helena predicts a rising temperature
this evening, the local indications are
for a continuance of the cold this
evening with a probable improvement
In conditions tomorrow.
The following figures show' the run
of the needle since 6 o'clock last even
ing on the Hannifin thermometer;
Six o'clock last evening, 5 above.
Nine o'clock last evening, 2 above.
Midnight, 2 below.
Three o'clock this morning. 4 below.
Six o'clock this morning, 4 below.
Nine o'clock this morning. 4 below.
Ten o'clock this morning. 4 below.
Eleven o'clock this morning, 4 below
Noon today, zero.
TRAINS ARE STILL
BEHIND SCHEDULES
i«e
Due to -the continued severe cold
in the eastern parts, trains to Butte,
westbound, are still running behind
their schedules. Following are the re
ports of the trains today:
Northern Pacific—No. 1, 1 hour and
20 minutes late; No. 3. through Hel
ena. 4 hours late; No. 41, 3 hours late;
trains from west, on time.
Milwaukee—No. 17, 3 hours late.
Trains from weilt on time.
Short Line—Morning trains, 3 hours
The Great Nolffcern reports trains
on time from Great Falls and Lewis
town.
DWARFED BY PAINT
HE GETS DAMAGES
Rochester, N. Y — Ivan D. Buckley, I
a dwarf. 25 yearn old and but three |
teei tall, has lust received, according
to report, a large sum from the estate I
of Mrs Anna M. Andrews of Chill. ■
Monroe county, near here. In settle
ment of a suit for $50.000 damage?
brought by him on the Cairn L
Mrs. Andrews, by allowing him, when |
small child, to eat some- paint, had I
stunted his growth.
The precise Bum paid Buckley has
not been made public. It Is said Mrs
I Andrews, who died in June. 191*. re
peatedly expressed her intention of
making some reparation to Buckley.
The occurrence took place. It Is saML
when Buckley was staying at kef
farm as a child. Mrs. Andrews left tm
estate valued at from $40,1)00 to *5t?6b
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SATT MALVEY DEAD. {
Itatt Malvey. formerly of Butte, died
l e<. 18 at his home in County Cork,
"Run Down"
Men and Won
For the past I? yearsII
devoted my time to the I
ment of Chronic Diseases.
Time and investigation Ü
proven that the HONIl
PATHIC SPECIAL
CINES used in the treatment
all NERVOUS, BLI
HEART, STOMACH, KID]
LIVER, PRIVATE
CHRONIC DISEASES irep|
ing the most wonderful resin
TRY THE HOWii
SPECIAL TREATHin
Medicines are mild, thevlet^
no bad after effects.
Save money on your dofllj
bills. 1 furnish all medicit^
free.
DR. NORCROSS
<M0 Owslev Block, Butte,
bile
repaired
Shoes
diggl
band
Second
wait
In depend*
sale
«hoes
for
Park
Shop
Shoe
Petnno
Ireland, accordir
Butte by his sis'
F. Sullivan. IB
time residents ••
city several years
at his old home,
his wife and thru
Murphy of Irela
Michigan. Mrs.
Park City,
rd récrit*!
s one of tM J
, ite and
, to end hi**
i? survit*!
•iters. Mrs **
Mrs Dwy*!
othy Hoili*|
three
Michael of Butte, l'.itrick of
and James of Park '• i*>■ fl
MONTANA BUILDING IS
GIVEN TO SAN Oli
;trd of tfcj
builder.
, i.rdlnl'
ama-California 'M
donated to the |
of San Diego b> ■
Senator W. A. Clai > ,lC<
vices received in butte. •
letter of thanks to i'»to r
drafted by the Pan
the building, «huh «» s f
cost of $10.000 — -
OUCH! JUMBMtf
Try Mustercle. See Ho* <
" It Relieve*
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■ j- _,J,h oil Ol musia'«- -y. tag
0 f mU jtard plaster. W 1,1 "° ust )U
Manv doctors and iiurscs ^
S'mend R <0 ^
| They will gladlv tell 3^ r „ c hitil9
ves from sore throat.bron .
You just rub Mustero^^
■nd usually the P 31 " ' s
soothing comfort come t oi ^
Musterole is a clean. ,, ^
with oil of mustard. W
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give*
stiff nect asthma, neural^ ^

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