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Your Beauty Doctor One that really does something to purify and beautify your hair and skin without waste of time, money, and patience. The Soap to clear the pores, the Ointment t > soften,soothe and heal. These fragrant super creamy emollients are all you need for your skin and all t< ilet purposes. For Trial Free by Return Mail ad dress j st-card: "Cutieura, I)ept. 20F, Boston. '* S* Id everywhere Start Tomorrow and Keep It Up Every Morning Get In the habit of drinking glass of Hot water before breakfast. I ! ; «Vre ot he let'! nke Able c*at well, digest w well, and look we condition to attair ea«j it Is .f one morning inside Do What nd yet, ell. sleep glorious : th. Folks vho dull and heavy when they arise, split ting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stomach, can, instead, feel as fresh as a dais by opening the sluices of tl each morning and flushing adopt the I I •d to fee stem j t he the internal poisonous stag I or ' whole nant matter Everyone, whether ailing, well, should. each morning, breakfast, drink a glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate in it to wash from the stomach, liver and bowels the previous day's indigestible waste, »our bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and purifying the entire alimentary < anal before putting more food Into the stomach. The action of hot water and limestone phosphate on an empty stomach Is wonderfully in vigorating It cleans out all the sour fermentations, gases, waste and acid ity and gives one a splendid appetite for breakfast While you are enjoy ing your breakfast the water and phosphate is quickly extracting a large volume of water from the Mood and getting ready for a thorough flushing of all the inside organs. The millions *.f people who are both ered with constipation, bilious spells, stomach trouble, others who have sal low skins, blood disorders and sickly complexions are urged to get a quar ter pound of limestone phosphate from the drug store This will cost very lit tle. but is sufficient to make anyone a pronounced crank on the subject of inside-bathing before breakfast. ) STOP THAT COUGH With 8 8 8 O Four Eight O COUGH SYRUP Price 50c at the Galaxy Drug Co., Inc. 34S East Park Street 1 DENIES HE PASSED A WORTHLESS CHECK t'harles Schubert pleaded not guiltv before Justice Doran to charges ot passing a worthies* check He will be tried on Friday Stanley Nelson paid a fine of $15 upon t*eing found guilty of fighting in a saloon and of « renting a disturb« n- **. BALL INQUEST TOMORROW. Coroner l^ane will hold an inquest tomorrow morning into the death ot Albert Ball, the Ironworker yesterday afternoon at the hospital from lyeol poisoning. It has developed that Ball had a severe cold ho died rgency and was taking cough medicine for it und the theory has been advanced that be mistook the lysol he drank for the cough medicine. WHERE IS THE MOTHER with a child who in rundown, has pal« cheeks or thin blood, who will hesitate togive that child the verythin^itneeds to start it growing and keep it going? For over forty y ears the concent rated liquid-food in Scott's Emulsion has been changing thinness to plumpness . vij.Jit.tSj —changing poor blood to nch blood. There IS nothing better for growing children—whether they are weak or well — than Scott's Emulsion, but see that you get the genuine Scott*«. BrntSti Bowa>. N. J. lHi FR. LESCHNER TO FI Active Work Will Be Started at Once to Organize St. Anne's. Rev. Father I^eschner. formerly of the Sacred Heart parish in this city and the Mount St. Charles college in Helena, has been transferred from the Whitehall Fari.h and a, pointed the j Paator of the new pariah of St. Annes,^ which is being organized on the south side. The change becomes effective Feb. 18. Father Leschner will be suc ceeded at Whitehall by Father Michael Knglish of Butte, who has been assist ant in the St Mar> s parish^ athrr i Bresnan, a recent arrival from Ire land. has been named assistant in the St. Mary s parish. It is understood that announcement ill be made next Sunday at St Josei h s church of a public rneetin-' of Catholics on the south side to be held in the near future, at which com mittees arrangei 1 arish. till b« tents for launching the ne med to complete the Father I^eschn - ip yesterday making temporarv ar rangements. He has returned to his duties at Whitehall and on his return to Butte will l*e p entire attention t< in the j, jared to devote hie . the interests of It Is expected that arrange- , vlll be made for holding tem services, commencing on the J I ment porary ser\ first Sunday In I^ent, in some build ing within the confines of the new parish until the new church has been built. Father l,ej* hner is one of the ablest I riests in the state and has been se le ted by Bishop Carroll for the ardu ous duties of organizing the new parish, which has become the most extensive in territory in the state. DEMOCRATIC WOMFN TO GIVE CAMPAIGN BALL Tii* Wr Der lust ratio club met : vening in Judge Lynch's court and discussed matters in con [ n with the city election. It was decided to hold a ball prev ious to the primary election for the purpose ot ! 'affording the people an opportunity' of meeting all the candidates. The ' following committee was appointed to ! take charge of the affair and fi* the ; date Mrs. Nora Sanger, Mrs. Kora Leininger. Mrs. Mary Stoll, Mrs. Marv Hulsizer. Mrs. Kate Shea and Miss | I>ena toniola. ir.ci,, Wednesda until the election TO PRESENT DEMANDS TO COMPANY'S PRESIDENT A committee consisting of J. C. I Cohen. C. C. Willis and Ray Rhule. i sto< kholders of the Keating Gold com- j panv, has been appointed to attend the annual meeting of the company to j he held at Radersburg, Feb. 20. and de- j mand of President Barnes of Duluth a j financial accounting. SUES FOR VALUE OF 471 BOXES OF APPLES again» pb Rule yesterday brought suit j he Jon*-.« Fruit company to j a*t $463 as a balance due on ap ■ said to have V»een sold and de- I Itvered Etui*- claims that in i!«if> placed with the fruit company 8,384 E.oxes of apples for keeping at the rate of 2 H cents a month f*r box. When the accounting time arrived the j plaintiff alleges that there were 471 I boxes missing He places $1.60 a box j ro tlie value apples A Seventy-Year-Old Couple ja j I I Mr and Mr». T B. ('arpenter, risburg. Pa . suffered from kidney j trouble. He »ay»: "My wife and I suffered from kidney trouble and had rheumatic pains all through the body, j The first few doses of Foley Kidney . Pills relieved us and five bottles tlrely cured us. Although we :b«>th in the seventies, we are as orous as we were thirty years ago" Foley Kidney Pill» stop sleep-disturb ing Madder weakness, backache, rheu mat ism. swollen Joints For sale by Newbro Drug Co. -Adv ?n ure ig- I SEEN THROUGH A WINDOW. over in Butte the other day Alexan M« Kenzie died in St. Jan al M< Kenzie died in St. James bos fter being 30 years confined to m In the building. Thirty y ears c Butte Alexander Mc Kenzie was 42 y.«rs of age. engaging in it tl truck gardening and doing excel tion ally well, says the Great Falla Leader. < me day he suffered a stroke of paralysis and was taken to the St James' hospital, then a little frame building, and there he remained until his death. The hospital grew to be a mighty' institution In the largest hos pital building in the state, ami from his window, with mind unimpaired. M« Kenzie watched Butte grow from the rugged mining «amp of 30 years ag«! to the giant metropolis of today, with a two and a half million dollar monthly payroll, and a bustling actlv ond to no city on earth; rela <lled. old friends dropped away, and Alexander McKenmie sat before the window In his wheel « hair and watched them go go as they wished, raved of the grief of * nd cultivated a grouch against ™" k,n< V P hl, °«>t;ht r «l old Alexander MoKenxl* «mil^d softly with th« „ nowlM „ th . t , h , worU , . klndly world if we make it so, and the kindly word and the helping hand the that comes to those w ho halt by the wa > Old Alexander McKenzie with his • hevry word, after 80 years looking Knowing that he never could walk ag«in. that he never could go forth in the world, that he never could leave the hospital, except In a pine box. old Alexander McKenzie w as always cheer- j ful and had ever the kind word for those who crossed his narrow orbit. | While men with good health and j strength, and the power to come and NO ONE SHOULD HAVE CRAY HAIR Don't Use Dyes—Restore Nat ural Color With Healthful Remedy—Money-Back Guar antee. Nobody likes to use dangerous, dirty, sticky dyes, but no one wants to j ^* s ^" y If h "o Ur häTr" fa" gray Clover Jua , Bettln(f Kray or , treaked wlth gray—or if it is faded out and lifeless —simply get a bottle of Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer. This is a harmless liquid, all read.v to use It is guaran teed to the limit by the makers to give satisfaction or your money back In a very simple, healthful way it brings back the natural color to gTay or faded hair, evenly and gradually «so no one can teilt. Simply apply Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer like a shampoo and have beautiful, soft, lustrous hair in abundance and with never again a streak of gray. You will he simply d e ]jg.ht e( j ^ith your look of youth and vigor. Remember. Q-Ba j, aten t medicine, not a dye is certain, safe and permanent. Only 50c at Newbro Drug Co. and all good drug stores, or write Ifessig-Ellis Drug Co. Memphis. Tenn . mentioning druggist's name. Illustrated, interest , ng book on "Hair Culture," sent frf . e Try g-Ban Hair Tonic. Q-Ban i^itjuid Shampoo, Q-Ban Toilet Soap, I Iso Q-Ban Depilatory (odorless) for einoving superfluous hair.—Adv. Final Cleanup of the Season Sale MEN'S SUITS And OVERCOATS $m.U5 For $20.00 and $22.50 Values See Window Display 29 31 West Park St. a la in I I I ; 1 DR. RINCKEL THE DENTI8T Over Clark's Bank CORNER BROADWAY AND MAIN Lady Attendant i of j in n 1 of I ------------ - ------ - through his window upon the passing show. Is a picture worth filing away for reference when rough spots mark the trail! he-- MELROSE LADIES GIVE - Nlr - and Mrs. Arthur Jones of Mel ro *«. recently married, were treated to j I j j ! NEWLYWEDS RECEPTION charivari last Monday evening by their friends, organized by Mrs. Noah Allen. Following the charivari, 35 H"* "t m ,! or «•; ol,1-fn. h, ot.«l «leigh ride with Mr«. Allen h« the whip." All had a very enjoyable time and the best wishes of the party were extended to the newlyweds for a long and pros permis life. - - Entertainment and dance given by the Polish M. A. lodge, 1506. Saturday, Feb. 17, 1017, at Sacred Heart hall, for the benefit of the Polish relief fund. Doors open 7:30. Admission $1 a couple.—Adv. j ■ , ! TWO ASK DIVORCES. Ethel ljuDuke is asking a divorce from William J. LaDuke on the ground of desertion. The cdtiple weré mar r i e d in this city, January, 1814, and i there is one child. The desertion oc c urred 18 months ago. j Anna Adamcztk is seeking a divorce : from George Affctmczik on the ground ............ ....... cruelty. The couple were married in this city. September. 1912. V.« à Suffer From Piles matter how long or how bad—go to j your druggist today and get a 50-cent box of Pyramid Pile Treatment. It will | give quick relief, and a single box j often cures. A trial package mailed fiw? j n plain wrapper if you send us coupon below*. FREE SAMPLE COUPON. PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY. 530 Pyramid Bldg , Marshall, Mich. Kindly «end me a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment, in pain wrapper. Name ................................... STILL TALKING OF Washington Herald Supposes a Few Things About Miss Rankin. The Post's Washington Bureau. Washington. Feb. 8.—The ington Herald makes the following sapient observations regarding Mon tana's states woman: "Of course, the main topit of con versation at the capitol— outside of the cost of food and the raise in hotçl rates and salaries is the coming of Congresswoman Rankin The super intendent of the capitol is busy figur ing on where he is going to squeeze in a boudoir-cloakroom for the fair lady and whether she prefers pink or Mue cretonne hangings The spoiled mem bers are figuring on how they are go ing to keep their feet where they be long and cut out smoking in the com mittee rooms. The bachelors and widowers among them are figuring on the Hon. Jeanette herself "With one exception, they opine: 'Let us hope it will not be summer when she arrives, for If it is and Tom Heflin burst« upon her vision in his white flannels and pink carnations, it will be all of "The one exception, who happens to be the Hon Thomas himself, is keep ing quiet, for it is a well known fact that he is violently opposed to woman suffrages, but that he is not opposed to fair woman Therefore, since Miss Jeanette is an even mixture if both, and it has been proved that she can cook as good a meal as she can make a political speech. Mr. Heflin finds himself In something of a predica ment. He is willing to go to any lengths to make a good impression, and he Is plainly worried over how he la going to live down his past activities in opposition to what the congress woman stands for. "Mr. Chandler of New York has been mentioned as a. possible gallant, as has Mr. Sisson of Mississippi, and two particularly dashing widowers, Mr. Goodwin of Arkansas and Judge Cantrill et Kentucky, are als«, said to be In the running "But suppose a congresswoman marries a congressman, what then. I have heard the question asked, would she have to give up her seat in con gress? Hinds' Precedents hak nothing on the subject and nobody knows the answer. Even if Solomon bad written the constitution, in all his wisdom he couldn't have foreseen such a con tingency." u. s. aT boy scouts WILL RENEW THEIR PLEDGE TO COUNTRY Tonight at 8:15 o'clock Boy Scouts of America to the number of 200,000 in every part of the country will take n pledge renewing their allegiance to the United States. Boy Scout patrols of Butte will observe the orders, which I come from headquarter», and will re peat their pledges to do their duty to j God and country and to live right. Next Sunday has been designated as National Scout Sunday and the mem Ibers of Troop No. 1 will attend in unl form in a body at the Central Presby terian church. Rev. G. W. Thomas will deliver an address. Girls' socie ties of the church will also attend. i£ t 'The '.Tm.lderatlon of' ihe'deà'i run, P. D. LAMBR0S HAS SOLD TO PARTNER Une of the most important business change.« of the last month was the transfer by P. D. I-ambros of his in terests m the Pallas candy store and the Pallas and Psllmont dance halls to his partner. John Dobry. It is said up to thousands. Mr. Lam bras Is now in California enjoying the first real vacation since he engaged ip business here, years ago. having left immediately after disposing of his business interests, at the time of the excursion. Nothing is known as to the future plans of Mr. ljambros. but it is presumed that he will return shortly and engage in business again, as he h;is repeatedly expressed his confidence in Butte and its future and has large property interests In the N _ The sum of $100 realized by the char ity ball last night for the benefit of the Butte Anti-Tuberculosis society CHARITY BALL NETS THE PROMOTERS $100 will assist materially In carrying on the work of the free clinic in this city. About 75 couples were present. The music was donated by Seilaffs orches tra and th<* use of the hall was granted by the Pallas company. The sessions of the free clinic will be held Wednes day and Saturday afternoons by Dr. A J. l-anza. It is hoped to secure an other visiting nurse to help Miss Har riet Peoples in her growing duties. WILLIAM MALLOY IS DEAD. William Malloy, formerly of Butte and a student at the University of Xe ada. «lied in Reno yesterday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Malloy, w ho are widely known here, according to word received in the city. He was 17 years old and is survived by his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams of Anaconda. Death fol lowed an operation for appendicitis. L. H. BAXTER 18 DEAD. l>ewis Harvey Baxter, aged CO years, died yesterday at his home. 486 Wgtson avenue. He was a miner and a resi dent of Butte for 36 years. He i« sur vived by his wife, his mother In Nova Scotia and a brother In California. The arrangements for the funeral have not been completed. GOAT The crooked butcher heard a ilam. And faced mad Mr. Gidding; Who yelled: "Say, when I order lamb, I wish You'd stop your kidding"' 1 =? . gfT HplSii S®>I r=r -Can . • ■ Â *y y * ■W Q | r \ ASUf ACTUR£l> C MF 0 ' Chicago .„(T, "The Power behind the Dough Ask your grocer-He knows V. R. ALLEN ELECTED KEAD OF MONTANA FIRE This Insurance Company In creases Its Dividend to 7 Per Cent. >ng tore W. R. Allen was re-elected president of the Montana Fire Insurance com pany by the new board of directors following a meeting of the stockholders held in the company's offices in the Daly Bank building yesterday. Other officers chosen were: T. J. Bennetts, David Hilger, W. Lee Mains. H. C. Groff and George A. Loasby, vice presidents; C. M. McCoy, secretary; E. E. EkseUrtyn. treasurer. The stockholders elected the follow members of the board of direc W. R. Allen. J. K Heslet. John MacGinniss. T. J. Bennetts. F. W. Man del, C. Groff. E. Esselstyn. W. Lee Mains. (' M. McCoy, W. H. Sales George A. Loasby. John O. Brown and Richard Moran. Members of the ex ecutive committee are W. R. Allen, J. K. Heslet, K. K. Esselstyn. T. J. Ben netts and John O. Brown. A dividend of 7 per cent, an increase of 1 i er cent over last year's dividend, was declared. Reports of officers showed that Montana people are show ing their appreciation of the fact that the company Invests its funds strictly in this state. The executive committee was in structed to investigate the feasibility of adding hail and automobile insur ance to lines already carried. If you want the best to eat, what's the answer? Walker Cafe.—Adv. Give Me As Sleep 0* Nights' Men —-Julius Camsar. One of the most admirable of modem -recipes for good, healthy night-sleep is the abstaining from coffee (and tea) at the evening meal. A. better recipe, for Health and comfort. all times is total abstinence. For a cheering, healthful, non-disturbing, delicious beverage, use t . POSTUM it "There's a Reason THE POST UTOOHET 'GZT THEE BEHIND ME, SATAN."* tfOVIE AGE R BILLY SUNDAY LETHO KILLED IN PALL. That Andrew Letho came to his death as a result of injuries received in a fall at the Glory Hole of the Butte-Bullwhacker mine in East Butte was the finding of a coroner's jury which investigated Letho's death last evening. Letho was preparing to load holes in the open pit preparatory to blasting when he slipped and fell, an avalanche of rock tumbling down in his wake. Internal hemorrhage was the direct cause of death. BUTTE MAN'S L. Wilson, Well Known! Among Railroad Men. Commission. Lnydon F. Wilson, son of Albert Wilson o Ripon, V brother of the Rev I.. A Wils« People's chur-'h <-f Butte, hits a commission fr<-m 1'iesidentl appointing him a major in :h«f States army, officers in accordant* with the termi new national de:* nse la *, son is vice president Archer comp, i 1 N* iaining an off • In rh building In T'hv:,. | dent at Ripon ■ fliege The Bird-An her t oi the compound for vat vents it from formitu scales j moves other :n •> iimr*'<l( water In locomotive hollars, vising this work for the Monti visions of the Mil aukei Mr.j has been In Butt* oi se < ral 1 and is well known here among! road men. Major Wilson was appointed] engineering corps because of ) work in connection with maln( of locomotives and general i problems of railroads HELP! "When my old Bible T peruN And read of Ruth.' said Bi^ "I often say: 'Whv did >he < Such a Boaz she did?