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To Have a Clear Complexion By Constantly Massaging It With So-called Skin Foods or Creams, Often Rancid or Germy. Substitute Cuticura For One Week And make Cuticura Soap and Oint ment your ever)'-day toilet preparations. They cannot possibly injure the pores. Contrast the purity, fragrance, comfort and convenience of these super-creamy emollients with "beauty fads" so com mon, tiresome and expensive A bath with Cuticura Soap and hot water on rising and retiring thoroughly cleanses and stimulates sluggish pores, giving the complexion a fresh healthy glow. If signs of pimples, redness or rough ness be present smear them with the Ointment and let it remain five minutes before bathing. Nothing purer, sweeter or more effective for your skin and hair than Cuticura no matter how much you pay for it. For Free Samples by Return Mail address p>st-card: "Cuticura, Dept. 22, Boston. Sold everywhere. I ^ 1 1 Î ; j R. Bevard was taken lo Salt Ijike bv Deputy Dinted Slates Marshal I'. J. Moore last night for trial on a charge of robbing a freight car at Marvsvale, I Utah. Bevard was apprehended at Oil lon. taken before a United States com ! missioner and committed. Then Fed eral Judge George M. Bourquin ordered him removed to Salt l*ake for trial. Bevard is accused of stealing merchan dise In interstate transit. GRAND CONCERT BY AID OF THE WELSH CHURCH Exceptional Program Arranged by Organization for Tuesday. A grand concert will be given by the Ladies' Aid of the Welsh church next Tuesday night in tlu 1 church. Arrange ments have been under way for the en tertainment for several weeks and the concert promises to be of an excep tional high-class order. Some of the be^t musicians of the south side will perforin. The following program has been announced: Solo (pianoforte i. Miss Mildred Jones: solo. Mrs. Lindland; ladies* quartet: recitation. Miss Gladys Brew: solo, Mrs. Gheliew : duet. Miss Ruth Evans and friend; whistling solo, John Evans; recitation. Miss (i. Heaney; solo. J. E. Williams; duet. Mrs. Wilhite and J. M. Jones; instrumental solo. Eva Roberts; quartet, John Williams and friends; pianoforte solo Miss Vida Mathews; recitation. Miss M. Williams: solo. Mrs. Margaret Davies; recitation. Mrs. Jackson; solo, Hugh Fierce; reci tation. Mrs. Rowlands. BEVARD IS TAKEN TO SALT LAKE FOR TRIAL Cut This Out—It Is Worth Money Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, me lose it with 5c and mail It to Foley & Co.. 2835 Sheffield Ave Chicago, 111., writing your name and iddress clearly. You will receive In •et urn a trial pac kage containing Fo ey's Honey and Tar Compound, f..r bronchial and la grippe coughs; Fo .ey Kidney Pills, for lame back, weak Kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles, *ml Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole some and thoroughly cleansing ca thartic, for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. For ia!e by Newhro Drug Co.—Adv. HARMON LOSES FATHER. Word has been received in Butte of the death of the father of J. V. Har mon in Cincinnati. The elder Harmon was well along in years and his end was not entirely unexpected. J. V. Harmon lost his mother and a sister a short time ago. The elder Mr. Harmon died at his home in Cincinnati, for which place J. V. Harmon left Thurs day evening immediately upon hearing of his father's illness. DENIES FORGERY CHARGE. Charles Schubert pleaded not guilty fo Justice Doran to charges of forg ing J. W. Marshall's name to a check for $26.50 He will Ik* tried on Friday. He failed to furnish bonds in the sum af $500. SIGNALS OF DISTRESS Butte People Should Know How to Read and Heed Them. Disordered kidneys give many sig nals of distress. The secretions may be dark, con tain sediment. Passages are sometimes frequent, «canty, painful. Backache is often present day and Bight. Headaches and dizzy spells may oe Mir. Weakened kidneys should receive quirk help. Don't delay! Use a special kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys, backache and urinary dis orders. Butte «evidence proves their worth Mrs. A. N. Suwalsky, 722 Utah avenue, Butte, says: "Constant lifting and stooping weakened my kidneys and I suffered intensely from lame back. I also had trouble with my feet and hands swelling. Doan's Kid ney Pills brought relief from these ailments and I haven't been troubled in that way sin-*." Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Bills—the sasae that Mrs. Suwalsky had. Poster-Milburn Ca, Props., Buffalo, H» T. GUESTS UNKNOWN AT FINE DINNER Nick Peris Fined $50 for "En tertaining" Strange Guests in Roadhouse. Nick Peri«, proprietor of what he claimed in Justice Doran's court is merely a hog ranch, was found guilty and fined $50 for selling liquor in the roadhouse opposite Frank Cash's place at the Five Mile. Under Sheriff Jack Melia, with Deputies Joe Christ and Pat Carroll, were the witnesses for the state and testified that they saw a man and woman go to the bar in Peris' place and saw Pert» hand them a bot tle of whiskey and two glasses. The officers took the bottle and proved in court that It contained whiskey. The man and woman did not get their drink, how Peris told the court that he had not been selling liquor but had he« tertainlng three men and three en at a fine dinner at which suckling pig was the piece do resistance. When asked the names of his guests, Peris said he did not know them. James Tredtnnick of Meaderville i given the minimum fine of $50 und« ; similar charge, because he permitted 10 men to stay in his saloon in Mead crville after the closing hours while they waited, he said, during a snow storm for a street car to come. Tred innick told the court that he was ready 1 1«> close the saloon at midnight but 1 that the cars were late ami he did not Î Tike to put cash customers out in the cold on a stormy night and that he jjciid not sell a drop after midnight. The ; place was entered at 12:30 a. m. Jan j 29. In th% same case Charles Feeney, cqfunty surveyor, was called on the stand and proved that Meaderville is within one mile of the city limits of Butte, which made the act a violation of a certain provision of the law. "It was not intentional, if I violated the law. I had my hat and coat on ready to go out and was behind the cigar case talking when the deputies came in," Tredinnick told the court. Pat Rullivan, Tim Reardon and James McGrath won out in their con test in the same court today when the deputies failed to get sufficient evi dente. The trio was accused of both selling liquor and of keeping their sa loon. at 705 North Main street, open after closing hour:: on Jan. 11. Deputies Carr .j] and Dan Gallagher were attracted to the Sullivan and Reardon saloon at 2:30 o'clock in the morning by loud talking. They knocked and were admitted. They found 22 or 23 men In the place, they testified, and McGrath, the bartender, was n«>t behind the bar. The deputies testified that they found some beer glasses and four empty whiskey glasses on the bar. The defendants .ere found not guilty. This cas« 1 was the only one out of thr '*e which Krank I,, Riley and Tom n Connor, deputies in the county at I tomey's office, lost yesterday In prose 'outing the saloon keepers who are be ing watched by Under Sheriff Jack Melia. |---. COUNTY ATTORNEY THREATENS PROSECUTION Ilandlords who permit violations of the law in regard to the restricted district are to he prosecuted, according to a statement given out by County Attorney Jackson. There have been um or s that some of the women of the district have moved into rooming houses and th« 1 county attorneys says that the strict enforcement of the law win be insisted upon and landlords as well as tenants will he severely dealt with in all cases of violation. VERDICT IN FAVOR OF ADMINISTRATRIX After deliberating two hours last evening the jury In the case of Mrs. Margaret Page, as administratrix of the estate of E. R. Page, against the Stromberg- Mullins company returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff for the full amount claimed, $2,130.63. with interest at 8 per cent for the past three years. The suit was brought to recover salary due the late E. R. Page ' as solicitor for the defendant company of SMOKER THIS EVENING AT SILVER BOW CLUB At the Silver Bow' club this evening a smoker will be given In honor of the retiring officers, in recognition of their excellent services during their terms. James H. Rowe If the retiring president and W. M. Tuohy is the new president. "LIFE'S POSSIBILITIES" IS SUBJECT OF SERMONS Rev. Charles A. Cook will give the first of a series of sermons on "Life's Possibilities" in the First Baptist church beginning tomorrow evening. The topics on which he will speak are "The Fact of Life's Possibilities,** "Un dervaluing Life's Possibilities," "Mc lievtng in Life's Possibilities." "Guard ing Life's Possibilities." "Making Ac tual Life's Possibilities" and "The Greatest of Life's Possibilities." STORY HOUR FOR THE CHILDREN^RAWS WELL Interest continues to grow in the weekly story hour held by Miss Ruth King at the juvenile library depart ment in the courthouse building every Saturday afternoon. This after noon Miss King had an unusually large class and the tots enjoyed the stories so popular with Juveniles. MAYHEM CHARGED. Brock y Thomas will appear in the court of Justice of the Peace Joseph Mitchell to answer to a charge of may hem. He is alleged to have bitten a piece out of 8. W. Clark's ear. day the the by 1. at THE POST FOR THE NEWS THE r.RRAT AMERICAN HOME Nes, dor You WAST TO REMEMPCfi. that V/e'RE. 5PEMPINÖ A POLL AR. 4ND FIFTH CEMTS A LESSoM ON Him and He's simplW <£oT To PRACTICE — How you. He ever LeaoM DO - VOU That isn't th* idea! 'ce cahV You understand? I WA»rr Him To practice , bur have h»m do it DURING THE Pay WHEhf , 1 'm Hot Home. t PROTESTANT CHURCHES . John's Episcopal church. Idaho street and Broadway, the Rev. C. F. (.hapman. rector -8 a. in., celebration of the holy communion, 11 a. m., cele bration of the holx communion and sermon. 12:30, Sunday school. 7:30, evening prayer and sermon. St. Andrew's chapel, Rev. R. J. Jensen in school at 2:30 p. m. and sermon at 7:30. Centerville, the charge -Sunday Evening prayer St. Paul's Episcopal church, Talbot nd Warren avenues, Jacob A. Hiatl Holy communion and sermon at 11 junior choir will sing. Sunday school at 12 noon. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30. St. Mark's Lutheran church, corner Silver and Montana streets, H. Hudt loff. pastor Services at 11 a. m. and German preaching in the morning. English preaching in the •cuing. Young people's meeting at 3(1 p. ni. Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. Gold Hill Lutheran church The Rev. A. T. Corneliussen will preach Sun day morning at 11 o'clock and at 8 in the evening. Sunday school at 10 a. in. Song and music in the morning and the guitar corps in the evening. Mount Bethel Methodist lÿiiscopal hureh, 1609 North Main street, G. J. Stephens, pastor- Morning service at »'clock, sermon by the pastor. Class ting at 12 noon. Sunday school al 2:30 p. m. Fpworth league at 6:30 Evening service at 7:3ft. sermon by VV. J. Yigus. Wesley chapel. 1000 Talbot avenue. 1. J. Stephens, pastor—Morning serv ie at 11 o'clock, sermon by E. J. Saun ders. Sunday scohol at 2:30 p. m. ning service at 7:30, sermon by the pastor. Emanuel Lutheran church. Montana nd Silver streets, I). N. Anderson, pastor—There will be no services Sun i account of the pastor being out of town, lnil Sunday school as usual at 12:15 p. m. Mountain View Methodist Episcopal church. Montana and Quartz streets, the Rev. George D. Wolfe, minister— Class meeting at 9:45 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m., the pastor speak ing. Sunday school at 12:30 p. m. Ep worth league at 6:30 p. m. At 7:30 j>. m. Mrs. C. !.. Bovard will give an illustrated lecture on the subject of missionary work. Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, John G. Ross, pastor. 971 North Main street Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.. Matt 1L Brown, superintendent. The Epworth league at 6:30 p. m., Miss'«Annie Baw den. president. Evening service at 7:30. The Rev. R. C. Edgington, pastor of St. Paul's church. Helena, will preach at both services and every night during the coming week. Special music at all of the services. You are cor dially invited to come. Scandinavian Methodist Episcopal church. Meaderville W. H. Pascoe. pas tor -Preaching and Sunday school at 11 a. in. Preaching at 7:30 bv Lc Haycs. Epworth league at 6:30," with Miss Hazel Adams, leader. People's Community church, Harri son avenue, facing Major« street Lawrence A. Wilson, minister; phones 5715-J and 3040-W—Subject of sermon at 11 a. m, "Why Are Bad People More Interesting Than Good People?' Sunday school at 12:15 p. m., F. W Karies, superintendent. Stereopticon address at 7:30 on "Jesus and Nature," illustrated by fascinating views of Montana's great out-of-doors. Musi cal director, D. W. Symons. First Baptist church. Broadway and Montana street, Charles A. Cook, pas tor—Sunday, 11 a. m.. "Peace." At 7:30 p. m.. "The Fact of Life's Possi bilities," the first of a series of six sermons on "Our Life Possibilities.' Bible school at 12:30, with choir and orchestra and classes for all ages. Baptist Young People's union at 6:30 p. m., topic, 'Visions ai\£ Tasks." t Swedish Baptist church. 730 East Park street, A. J. Stormans, pastor; phone 5248-J—Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. t with classes for all ages. Even of ing services at 8 o'clock, with sermon by the pastor. The choir will sing two songs. Cord's supper will be cele brated after the sermon. Bethel Baptist church, Idaho and Mercury streets, Emmett B. Reed, pas tor—Sermonette, subject, "Christian, His Relation and Duty to the Unre generated," and church covenant meet ing at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 12:10 p. m. Praise meeting at 7:30 p. jn., sermon, subject, "The Vision of the Risen Life Versus Dry Bones," and the Lord s supper at 8 p. m. The public is cordially invited Unitarian church, Idaho and Granite streets—Preaching service 11 a. m.; ubject, "Tolstoi, an Apostle of Hu manity." Sunday school at 12:30. Swedish Mission church, Dakota and ' Porphyry streets. Rev. O. Bernhard ] Olson, minister—Sunday school at 10 Morning services at 11. Young people's meeting at 6:30. Evening services at 8. Immediately after the evening services celebration of the holy communion. Theo8ophical society—"Thought Con trol" will he the subject of a paper given by Mrs. Anna B. Masters on Sunday evening at 8:15 at the rooms, 102 Lewisohn block. The Church of Jesus Christ of l*at t er -Day Saints (Mormon) meets in the Scandia hall, 539 South Main street— Sunday school at 11 a. m. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. Fast meeting held the first Sunday In month. 1 p. m. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Woman's club building, corner Park street and Clark avenue — Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sub ject, "Love." Sunday school at 12:15 p. in. Wednesday evening testimonial meetimr at 8 o'clock. Reading rooms open daily except Sundays and holi days from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., rooms 86 and 87, fourth floor of the Owsley block. Telephone 849. All are wel u Silver Bow Park Methodist Epis copal church. W. II. Pascoe, pastor— Sunday school, at 2:30, A. Adams, su perintendent. Preaching by the Rev. R. G. Williams at 7:30. Lo well Avenue Methodist church, Lowell avenue and George street, C. A. Rexroad. pastor, 1715 J-owell avenue; phone 3115W — Preaching Sunday morning at 11 and evening at 7:30 by the pastor. Morning fheme, "The Im portance of Religion in Every-Day Life." Evening, "Heaven." Solo Sun day morning by R. H. Wearne. even ing Mrs. Effle McLeod Gray. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Junior league at 3 Epworth league at 6:30. Grace Methodist Episcopal church. Second and Arizona streets, J. H. Mitchell, pastor; residence, 715 East Second street—Preaching by the jias tor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morn ing subject, "Storm-Tossed Disciples." Evening subject, "Some Molding In fluences of Life." Sunday school at 12:30 shurp, Walter Kinney, superin tendent. Epworth league at 6:30 p. m. St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal church South, R. H. Lewelling, pas tor, 103 South Idaho street—Subject for morning. "The Lord's Prayer Evening theme. "Christ's Temptation. Sunday school at 12:15 p m. Ep worth league at 6:30 p. m. Central Presbyterian church. Utah and First street, the Rev. G. Thomas, pastor—.Morning sermon at 11 o'clock, subject, "In Cana of Gall lee." Evening sermon at 7:30 o'clock, subject. "Lett^ of Life," continued. Note change in hour of morning s< ice from 10:30 to 11 a. m. Sunday school begins at 12 noon, instead of 11:30 a. m. # Immanuel Presbyterian church. Ga lena and Gaylord streets, the Rev. William E. Todd, minister; residence, 410 South Excelsior avenue-—Sunday school at noon. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. The theme at night will be "Christian Vicissitudes." welcome. Welsh church, Dakota and Alumi num streets—Services Sunday morn ing at 11 o'clock in Welsh. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock in English. George MacDonald will preach. Sun day school at 12:10 o'clock, John Owens, superintendent. Christian church (Shortridge Me morial), southeast corner of Wash ington and Mercury streets, Walter M. Jordan, minister—Bible school and morning worship at 11 o'clock. Inter mediates meet at noon. Christian En deavor at 6:30 p. m.. Carl Groom, leader. Evening song service and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Dr. Billingsley will deliver the evening sermon. There will be special music both morning and evening. At the morning service the choir will sing an anthem. In the evening Mrs. Flomer will sing a solo. Finnish Lutheran Inen announces church tomorrow o'clock church meeting morning Rev Shaffer African Methodist Episcopal church, corner Idaho and Platinum streets; R. S. Brown, pastor—The pas tor has returned from his vacation and will occupy the pulpit at the evening service. His subject will be "Re-Cre ating Human Values." There will be u church conference just after the service. Everyone is welcome. MRS. PARKS' MUSICAL AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Pupils of Mrs. Frances Harte Parks and others will give a musical at the high school auditorium this evening at 8;30 o'clock. The program follows: Quartet—"A Summer Day".....Beaek Mrs. Parks, Mrs. Riley, Miss Whitt man and Mrs. Grey. ''Waiting" ...................Millard "Mefanwv Foster Miss Katherine Meagher. Viola solo—"Speranza" ............ C. Nossek, Op. 25 •WeigenHed".........Kohut, Op. 38 Mr. Hugo Giduz. 'Miss Alma Giduz at the piano) •Fruhlingsglaube" .......... Schubert Hon Coeur, s' Ouvra a ta Voix" 4T ,, Saint-Saëns Life and Death"----Colerldge-Taylor Miss fierda Wittman. 'Si Mes Vera Avaient de* Ailes". Hahn Haiden Roeslein" Schubert Villanelle" • Dell 'Acqua "Aria". Miss Frances Sa ville. Galling Me Home to You".'.....Dorel When Shadows Gather".....Marshall Mr. Fay Knott. Jhe Wandering One".....Caro Roma Kong cycle: "Absence" . ......... "The Lament" ............. "Doubt Not"......... V. V. ****** "The Prayer".......... | * "The Letter .............. "The Return".......... !!.***'** Miss Katherine Meagher Viola solon_"Au Bond de la Mer".. Dunkler ■ Oiordani (1755-1794) Mi Hugo Giduz. .... Alma Giduz at piano.) far Across the Desert Sands" "Where the Ahana Flows"... "How Many a Lonely Caravan" "Allah Re With IT S " ........... From "A Lover in Damascus"...... Amy Woodford Finden Miss Gerda Wittman. " ,jel dl Vedremo" (From Madame Butterfly) ........ Piccini Caro Nome" (Dora RlSoietto). .Verdi Miss Frances Savifle. 2 U r£r:°"! y " SonK "........Beach Mis. Parks, Mrs. Riley. Miss Wittman and Mrs. Grey. wormsIasilymmoved Mother, if your child whines, is fret ful and cries out in sleep, he is prob ably suffering from worms. T he S e par asites drain his vitality and make him more susceptible to seriou« Guickiy and safe, y kiÆ'eÂe wonns from your child's system with Kickapoo Worm Killer. This pleasant ZlL a : t T,: V BbM Ä relieves the trouble and you brightens up. net iriii . ' Kickapoo Worm Killer at your Druggist. 25c.—. I Subscribe for th. Butt. Daily p.* Owing to the enormous waste of water caused by people allowing tl lr fixtures to run during cold weather and not repairing leaky flxtu.es, the itary conditions in the lower part of town caused from overflowing the sewers have become intolerable. The water supply is being seriously de pleted from the same cause. All water onsumers are notified that If inspect as find any leaky fixtures, or water being allowed to run to waste, the sup ply will be Immediately cut off. BUTTE WATER COMPANY.—Adv. BIG CHARITY BALL FOR FREE CLINIC All Records Expected to Be Broken at Dance Wednes day Evening. Probably no social event of the sea son is attracting the same amount of attention as the benefit ball to be given next Wednesday night at the Pallmont hall for the Butté Anti Tuberculosis society. This Is tfnt nat ural when one considers the splendid work which has been done by the so ciety here in the short time of its ex istence. Dr. A. J. Lanza announced today that in the few weeks in which the clinic has been in existence 150 patients have been treated. The people of the city are l»ecoming customed to the idea of a free clinic for the prevention and treatment of tuberculosis. Dr. Lanza has been literally swamped with work in the clinic and there is a great need for more help in the work. It is to be hoped that the people of the city in general, by their generous buying of tickets for the dance, whether they can be present or not, will show their ap prêt iation of.the public-spirited efforts of Dr. Lanza and his associates in the Butte Anti-Tuberculosis society. The Pallmont hall has been donated for the evening by the Pallas company and the music Is donated by the W. Sielaff orchestra. The coming benefit ball promises to be the grand est affair of the season. It Is really up to the people themselves to make It a success, and as the proceeds will go towards making Butte more healthful and its people happier, generous pat ronage is to be expected. No object has been more worthy and no social affair ever deserved more cordial sup port. NOTICE TO WITEH DEMOCRATIC WOMEN ELECT THEIR OFFICERS Tho Original Woman's Democratic club met last evening in Judge Lynch's courtroom and discussed tile question of the widows' pension law, going on record as favoring till apiece for each dependent child. The officers elected were: President, Agnes Attridge; vice president: Mrs. Catherine Earls; treas urer, Mrs. Margaret Glllick ; secretary, Mrs. Caroline von Falkenstein; ward committe chairmen: First ward, Mrs. Mary Narvaez; Second ward, MrB. Caroline von l'alkenstein; Third ward. Mrs. Margaret C. Lewis; Fourth ward, Mrs. Teresa J. Rich; Fifth ward, Mrs! Nellie Foley; Sixth ward, Mrs. Winni fred Dickson: Seventh ward. Mrs. Mary Mack; Eighth ward, Mrs. Cath erine Earls. INCREASE CAPITAL OF NEW THEATER COMPANY The capital stock of the Silver Bow Amusement company was increased from $80,000 to $250,000 at a meeting of the directors held yesterday after noon in the silver Bow block. It was saiil that the company plans to spend more money than at first intended and hence the Increase In the capitaliza tion. The full amount of $80,000 is said to have been paid in. TO LOOK TO CHRIST IS LIFE ETERNAL Speaking on the theme, "Life for a Look," Rev. Robert Edgington deliv ered a rousing address last night in the Trinity Methodist church In Cen terville ns one of his sermons for the revival services which he is conduct ing. 1 he evangelist told in interesting fashion the story of the brazen serpent upon which the children of Israel were told to look and live. "To look to Ctirist earnestly, honestly, steadfastly, is to have life eternal," he said. OFFICERS RAIDA" SALO ON ON HILL I ndersheriff Jack Melia and several of his deputies paid a visit after mid night this morning to Anaconda road and found the saloon of Phil Sullivan operating at full blast. There were nine men in the bar drinking, accord ing to the report of the officers, and the proprietor and bartender were placed under arrest. MONROE CIRCLE TO MEET NEXT MONDAY A meeting of the Monroe Parent I cacher association will be held Mon day at 8 p. m. at the Monroe school. Interesting and important matters to parents are transacted at these meet ings. UNDER ADVISEMENT. The contested divorce suit of Ger trude McAllister against Claude McAl lister, which had been before Judgo McClernan for two days, was con cluded yesterday afternoon and taken under advisement. HUMPHREYS' or invalids, something that uottjTSj nurse or invalid can take or g lre ' the Dees'! of the moment. HaYabf. f n- mN for over Bixtt Year*. ** m * » '"*"»«•«. ...._ 9 Toothache, Faceaohe Ma nPB 7 , • Headache. Siek m-ailicl» v, 3|| J® Dv.(iee.l». IndlSMtlon,■■ " 1* Croup, lloorre Coart, Wort . "** 1 14 Eczema. Erupt loin 3 * l * 14 RheuamtUni. Lumbago g fsasgs*"-* 34 Bore Throat. Quinsy ..... 77 Crip, Grippe, U Crier: Rol4 by drurrvLits, or ledlcal Book mailed free. 2S i receipt of prt |J HUMPHREYS' HOMED. MEDlrive rvv I William and Ana Stweu.N.w y.„ k . C °' c "" , l First Baptist Church Broadway and Montana CHARLES A. COOK, D.D., Pastor. Sunday, Feb. 4th 11:00 a. m.—"Peace." 7:30 p. m.—"The Fact of Life's Possibilities." Heart-to-heart messages for all National Forest Timber for Salt Sealed bids will be received by thJ Forest Supervisor, Anaconda, Mon-L tana, up to and including February! 20. 1917, for all the merchantable dead| timber, standing or down, and all the! live timber marked or designated for| cutting; on % all or any part of an areal embracing about 200 acres within! Section 20, T. 5 N„ R. s W., M. P M.J Dry Cottonwood Creek Watershed,! Deerlodge National Forest, Montana,! estimated to be 261,000 feet B. M.l more or less, of lodgepotc pine and! En gel ma nn spruce, suitable for min- 1 ing: stulls. No bid of less than $2.75■ per M. feet B. M. will be considered.! Deposit with bid $50.00. The right to| reject any and all bids reserved, fore bids are submitted, full Infor tlon concerning the timber, conditional of sale and submission <>f bids should! be obtained from the Forest Super-] visor, Anaconda, Montana. ARGENTINA IS SUBJECT IT THE HOI R «I Oldest Paper Printed in Eng lish in Republic—Mrs. Cole Managed Program. Mrs. King' entertained the Homer j club on Monday. After each member I had contributed some interesting rnr-l rent event Mrs. Cole took charge of I the program for the afternoon, the sub-1 ject being Argentina. Mrs. Cole fir^t I considered the country us n whole an j then told In detail of he city ofj Buenos Aires. "The country certainly shows won derful growth in the last 14 years, s I said. "In Argentina foreigners arc placed under no restriction, pay I taxes and arc free to retain their ow» nationality as long as they please, there is any desire to become a C1,,z of the republic the naturalization la*s are easy to comply with, for good * » with service to the country, ull is demanded. Children of foreign«? If born in Argentina territory, become citizens of the republic, subject to s obligations as this entails There of this has been an enormous influx oi . colonists. "The city of Buenos Aires is some thing between New York and Pan», has the business rush and luxoiy the one and the gaiety and loving aspect of the other. Strang it may seem, the oldest daily neW»P? per in the whole of South ' merl printed In English. It is - the Buenos Aires Standard and >• over 50 years old." . . i Mrs. Lander spoke of "Agricultu the Argentine" Mrs. Dickey of People of Buenos Aires." ... Mrs. King served refreshments were enjoyed by all. Nu* u guests were Mr. and Mrs. !.. 0. - ard, Mrs. Phillip Dush, Mrs. - Mrs. Lander. Mrs. Chapman. • • Schüttler and Mrs. John , (lie The meeting on Feb. 5 will be at tne home of Mrs. Kistler. MURRAY INQUEST OVER Coroner Lane's inquiry * death of Mr. and Mrs. rame to an end last night w jury returned the following ' e . "We, the jury, find that the ''fj Bernard Murray and Harriett ■ died at 402 West Porphyry « Butte, on Jan. 29, 1917. In "We find that the cause of d each ease was hemorrhage fro - shot wounds. Mnrrnv -We also find that Bernard shot Harriett Murray. Ri» " tf«*- 5 erately. and then shot himself »•' suicidal intent." PILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD If you suffer m'.'r«' blind or protruding PH«»- •*" to co r, address, snd I will yourself at home by the ao0 . of treatment; and wlU also -»^wifli this home treatment free „ „. reference, from your «y re quested. User. r *R" rt s l™ d „o as»« lief sud speedy eure» " Writ , to but tell others of this 0,fe ^ P gostt day to Mrs. M. Summer*. Bend. bid.