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When Women are Weak
Women who feel weak, languid and depressed who look pale and dull-eyed, and have lost appe tite and fresh looks—need a tonic that will purify the blood, help the organs of digestion, regulate the liver and bowels, and strengthen the system. It long has been known that BeecpaiySPilis are a blessing to weak women, for they quickly correct womanly ailments, improve the appetite, purify the blood and reestablish healthy conditions. They are safe to take as they are purely vegetable and without any harmful drug. A few doses will bring better Spirits, improved health, a feeling of fitness and Give Renewed Strength Direction* of Special Valoa to Womoa arc with Every Box Sold by druggists throughout ths world. la bosos, 10c*28c. w. ■ ■ OUR BEST AD Is Thoatand» of Botte Pcoplt Who. During the Put IS Yoon, Hart Received Dental Satisfaction Am Guaranteed by DR. DAVIS 15-36 OWSLEY BLOCK Phone 206S for Appointment! The last word in modern dentistry, combined with 20 yearV experience Besides our work you will also be satisfied with OCR PRICES. Solid gold crowns, $4.00; porcelain crowns, $4.00; bridge work, $4.00 a tooth; platinum fillings, $1.50; silver fillings, $1.00; solid gold fillings, 51.50 up; full set of teeth ...............................................................HMO CANS ASH AND GARBAGE For Better Sanitary Conditions Around Your Home Keep Good Ash and Garbage Cans on the Premises. WHOLE CARLOT JUST RECEIVED BY US Galvanized ash cans, with cover..... .........$4.25 Galvanized garbage cans, with cover......... $5.25 A. C. M. Hardware House Corner Main and Quartz Streets -- _J| —-— Me! HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED AT THE Manus Shoe Sho P New location 319 South Arizona street, southwest of fire sta tion. Work done by shoemakers. HUGH M'MANUS. NOTED ALIENIST OF NEW YORK IS DEAD New York, Feb. Dr. \Y superintendent of the Manhattan State* hospital for the insane since 1906. died here today from pneumonia. He was one of the best know r n alien ists In this country and was chief alienist for the state In the Thaw M a boon, j case. WE RE ALL LIKE HER. Terence V. Powderly of tabor fame was talking about compulsory arbitra tion. "The trouble with the world In gen eral." he said thoughtfully, "is that we •11 know Just what tWfc other fellow Perfect Health Is Yours If the Blood Is Kept Pure Almost Every Human Ailment Is Directly Traceable to impurities in the Blood. You cannot overestimate the im portance of keeping the blood free of impurities. When you realize that the heart is constantly pumping this vital fluid to all parts of the body you can anally see that any Impurity In the blood 4 will cause serious complications. Any slight disorder or impurity that creeps into the blood Is a source of danger, for every vital organ of the body depends upon the blood supply to properly perform Its functions. Many painful and dangerous dis eases are the direct result of a I »ad condition of the blood. Among the most serious are Rheumatism, wtth oiiKht to do. but we take little account 1 vhat we ought to do ourselves "I found a young bride one day bend ing with a stern and severe air over a j dry-looking volume. "'What are you reading?' I asked. " 'An excellent work,' she replied, 'called "Happiness In Marriage." ' "'What advice,' I said, 'does it give to wives?* " 'I don't know.' she answered. Tin reading the advice to husbands.'" NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR A WHITE HOUSE CALLER _ Washington. Feb. 9.—Governor Edge ofjy° New Jersey called at the white h President Wilson that the and people of,his state sup * port him in the International crisis. it» torturing pan«; catarrh, often a Company lanta. Ga forerunner of dread consumption Borofula. Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas and other disfiguring skin diseases; Malaria, which makes the strongest men helpless, and many other diseases are the direct result of Impure blood. You can easily avoid all of these diseases, and rid the system of them, by the use of 8. 8 . 8 .» the wonderful blood remedy that has been In con-* slant use for more than fifty years. 8. 8. 8. cleanses the blood thoroughly and routs every vistage of Impurity. It Is sold by druggists everywhere. For valuable literature and medical advice absolutely free, write today to the Medical Dept.. Swift Specific Swift Laltoratory, At PATERNALISM IS THEME OF CLUB Liberal Culturists Discuss the Government's Protect ive Policies. Government paternalism was the theme of a spirited discussion at the monthly meeting of the Liberal Cul ture club held last night in the par lors of the First Baptist church. At torney L. P. Donovan read the prin cipal paper of the even in* and C. S. Jackman and W. C. Orton were his critics. Ladies of the church served dinner, which was enjoyed by about $0 members, and the discussion followed the repast. Mr Donovan, in defense of a govern ment policy of paternalism and regu lation of public service and semi-pub lic service utilities, declared that a broad construction of the Fourteenth amendment to the federal constitution had served as a detriment to laws reg ulating powers and institutions which tend to encroach upon public rights. He traced the history of paternalism from days of organization of the gov ernment down to the present, assert ing that government regulation is the outgrowth of intolerable conditions which awakened the public to a real ization that the policy of non-interfer ence demanded a radical change. He told of how the nation embarked upon a policy of paternalism, first by regu lating railroads and public utilities and of the legislation that had been en acted since In pursuance of this policy. He recounted tests of these laws, showing the part the Fourteenth amendment played in these, and de clared that ''many hundreds of these statutes, most of which were of a striding the selfish, the strong or the predatory among us." Mr. Orton declared that great prin ciples of government work themselves jout; they are not brought about by . legislation. "We are suffering from too much legislation, we have too many I officers, too many boards, too many ! Investigations.'' he said. remedial nature, have been annulled under other constitutional provisions/' He said in conclusion: "Aside from all questions of social Justice, this inequality In the distribu tion of wealth seems to me to consti tute a serious evil in a republic. In a republic the most loyal citizen is neither the extremely rich nor the ex tremely poor: the one has Interests that are inimical to the government." Mr Jackman criticised Mr. Dono van for not more clearly stating the connection between |>atcrnall*m and protection, saying "We do not believe we are endangering the ideas and In stitutions of free government by re- j * LIVE NERVE IS PUT IN ARM ANDJT GETS WELL London. — Sufficient time has now elapsed to assure the complete suc cess of one of the most striking sur gical experiments resulting from the war. says the Mail. The patient, a young officer at the Queen Alexandra hospital for officers at Hlghgate. had been severely wound ed in the forearm, four inches of the ulnar nerve, one of the important nerves supplying the hand, being to tally destroyed, thus making the hand practically useless •About one case In ten of ordinary j rve grafting with laboratory treated j succeeds." the surgeon who | performed the operation said, "so I de eded to replace the destroyed nerve vith another similar nerve as nearly dive as possible." Search was therefore made at a lumber of London hospitals until the lurgeon found what he wanted -a case >f a limb amputation, from which was >btained the required length of a practically living, healthy nerve of the same quality and size as the destroyed ulnar. This was sent to the officers' hospital by taxicab. )n its arrival the officer was at e anaesthetized, the wound in his forearm was opened and the section of nerve was sew n to the two ends of the injured ulnar, thus bridging the gap. The wound was then closed. After some weeks of faint sensa tion, power to move the muscles of the hand governed by the ulnar nerv 1 gradually returned, until recently the a officer was able to leave the hospital and take up light duties at a home station Worms Make Children Fretful. If your child cries out In sleep. Is nervous, puny and listless, he may be a victim of worms. Begin treatment at once writh Kickapoo Worm Killer. This candy laxative in tab'et form kills the worm and removes it quickly and easily. Don't permit your child's de velopraent to be retarded by the con tlnued draining of his vitality by worms. Get Kickapoo W orm Killer at ur Druggist, 25c. Adv DOING A TENDERFOOT. ''Peace prospects," said a Chicago lawyer, "are as barren as the unirri gated lands of eastern Colorado. "Those lands are so horribly barren that the possession of a section or square mile out there Is considered un incumbrance rather than the reverse. "A tenderfoot on a burro—Colorado burros cost from 25 to BO cents apiece —rode out to a famlers o .e day, and the next day the farmer rode the burro back into town, very much pleased. " 'That tenderfoot,* he said, 'wanted to go into the farmin' trade, and I wopped him a section of land for this here burro, but at the last minute I found out he couldn't read, and so— haw, haw, haw—I writ two sections inter the deed Instead of one. Haw, haw! Them tenderfoots had better stay bock east.*" FELT. "Maw, I'll behave." cried Sammy Nett, Ab h« received a welt: "Tours Is a leather slipper, yet I know that It Is felt." Subscribe for ths Butts Daily Post l RlrT Few People Know This Luydemof piDafor the uvar ua not a« ef ficient m small doses. The Ua dose purges its way ' through the sys tem fast, but does not cleanse thoroughly. The small dose (if right) acts gently on the over, and twee it juet the slight help it needs to doit» own work, and do it well._ Take one niU regularly, until yon know you are all right f t m/ toë boar* S/gnatf 11 0 el Colorless faces often show the absence of Iron in the blood. Carter's Iron Pills will help this condition. BUTTE ID CLUB HIS SIXTY MEMBERS NOW Next Meeting Will Be Noon day Luncheon Wednesday at Gamer's. As a result of the* initiation of candi dates at the meeting last evening there are now 60 members in the Butte Adver tising club. The charter will remain open for two weeks more when it is expected to have Increased the membership to 100 The next meeting will be on next Wedn es 2 * 0 have increased the membership to 100 day.at 12:15 at Gamer's when a luncheon j will be served. Headquarters have been established In room 6, First National Hank building. The officers and members are: James H Reynolds, president; John Brophy, vice president; H. T. Snyder, secretary; Guy J^wis, treasurer, executive commit tee. H. J. Ixmskey, S Garfield Tonkin and W. E. Weber; members, J. H. Reynolds. H. T. Snyder, B E Woolston, Guy Lewis, S. Garfield Tonkin, F. Dunlap. J. L. Cahill. P. E. Brlnck, George Baker, Will Frizzell, F. A. Buhlert, W. E. Weber. W. A. Guts-s, EL A-Durata. G. IL Palmer. Leonard G. Diehl, B V. Alley, J. A. Brophy, Mfclool n Gillls. H. J. Lonskey, John Ralph Frank McGrath. J. K. Evans, i H. A. Dover, Jack S. Cohen. Merle M. ; Davis, Eugene L. Flynn, E. ▲ .Brown E. W. Little, Paul Noble. J. A. Range. W. 8. Thomp.-m. C. L. Christie, W. C Orton, J. M. Howard. U. E. Russe li, Dwight Grimes, W. E. Curry. W. L». Murphy, D. Kearney, Le Roy G ramps. A. Jacobs, F L. Fuld, H. E. Steele. H Higgins, I*. O. I »eitler, J. F. Powell. J J. Kelley, Waiter Kelley, Dan Coleman, A. A Scheurman, A. \V Hunt, E. Mar shall Taylor, T O. Angel 1 and William Luty, S. I* Tripp, U A. May and George j ßypker. _ I | HERE S YER HAT! Oh, winter, please be on your way. We men have had enough of you; And we would like to view today The see-n.- re and the peek-a-boo. THE POST CIBTODNET A LEAK IN THE U-BOAT A CLE AR COMP LEXION Ruddy Cheeks —Sparkling Eyes —Most Women Can Have Says Dr. Edwards, e Well-Known Ohio Physician Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 years treated scores of women for liver and bowel ailments. During these years he ' gave to his patients a prescription made j of a few well-known vegetable ingredi ; ents mixed with olive oil, naming them , Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, you will I know them by their olive color. I These tablets are wonder-workers on the liver and bowels, which cause a nor mal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in one's system. If you h*ve » pale face, sallow look, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, head aches, a listless, no-food feeling, all ont of sorts, inactive bowels, you take one of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly for a time and note the pleasing results. Thousands of women as well as men take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablet »—the successful substitute for calomel—now and then Just to keep in the pink of con dition. 10c and 25c per box. All druggists, UHCE PENSION mu be mi issue Would Cost the Government Twenty Millions the First Twelve Months. The Host'» Washington Bureau. Washington, Feb. S.— 'Old-age Pen sions for Worthy Workers • is the slo gan of a campaign that is being start ed in congres» by the veteran repre sentative Isaac R. Sherwood of Ohio, author of the "Dollar-a-Day" pension for old soldiers. General Sherwood says that when he started his crusade for a dollar a day for the civil war veterans everybody thought he had begun an impossible task and rather pitied him for wasting hie energies on the desert air. "But I lived to see the dollar-a-day bill become a law," said he, "and now I am going to live to see my bill passed placing on the pension rolle of the government all worthy old persons in civil life. I firmly believe that we shall see that result brought about in the next, or Sixty-fifth congress." After seeing an old-age pension bill he introduced on Feb. 14, 1916. slumber in the house committee on pensions for j nearly a year Representative Sher wood has Introduced a new bill and has secured Its reference to the house committee on labor, where he thinks It will fall into more friendly hands. He expects Representative Lewis of Mary land and Representative Keating of Colorado, the former being chairman and the latter a member of the labor committee, to lose no time in getting the bill on Ita way. The new Sherwood old-age pension bill has the endorsement of the Amer ican Federation of Labor, the four rail road brotherhoods, the Western Fed eration of Miners, all of the independ ent labor organizations, the socialists j and the single-taxers. It is modeled after the Australian plan and General Sherwood estimates that it would cost the government $20.000,000 to pay the pensions under It during the first year of its operations. The cost would grow year by year in proportion to the growth of the country's population. cents, A. 0. H. CONCERT Sunday evening. 8 o'clock, at A. O. hall. Centerville. Admission 25 COLLEGE GLEE CLUB IS TOURING STATE The Glee club of the Washington State college, which appeared last night at Anaconda, arrived here at noon today and left this afternoon over the Great Northern at 8 o'clock for Helena, where a concert will be given tonight. There are 22 in the party, which is in charge of E. A. Egge. From Helena the members of the i Washington Glee club will go to Great ; Vnllm Tlhliu I Falls, Libby, Newport and Spokane to give concerts. CASTORb For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Yea. Always bears the Signature DEER LODGE OFFICERS CLEAR THE MAIN ROAD The Deer Lodge county commission ers have cleared the snow' off the main road between Butte and Anaconda from the Smelter city to the Silver Bow county line at Gregson Springs, according to George Forsythe, man ager of Gregson Springs, who was in the city today on business. "The road from Gregson to Anaconda is now' like a boulevard," says Mr. Forsythe. CONFUSION OF BOTTLES CAUSED BALL'S DEATH That Albert II. Bail took a fatal dose of lysol at hiß home, 2025 Ne ada avenue. Inst Wednesday under the impression it was a cough mixture which he had been taking to relieve a severe cold, was the conclusion of a coroner's Jury this morning at an in quest conducted by Coroner Aeneas Lane. William Ball, a brother of the de ceased. testified that Ball had been taking a cough mixture at regular in tervals for several days and that the bottle, similar In size to that contain ing lysol. had been inadvertently placed beside the bottle of lysol in a medicine cabinet in the pantry. Wednesday afternoon. Ball, according to the brother's testimony, went to the cabinet to take some cough medicine and took a dose of the lysol instead. He apparently did not realize his mis take, for he w'alked out into the yard of his home, returned to the house a few moments later and sitting down in chair lapsed Into unconsciousness. Mrs. Ball summoned a doctor and the man was hurried to the Emergency hospital, where he died in a short time. AT BETHEL CHURCH. The Rev. Emmett B. Reed of the Bethel Baptist church will deliver two special aermons Sunday on Evangel ism. In the morning his subject will be, "God's Temple," and at evening he will talk on "Efficacious Love." A cordial Invitation is extended to everyone to attend. MISSIONARY TO SPEAK. Miss Helskanen, who recently re turned from India, will »peak at the; Finnlrh Lutheran church tonight on "Custom« of India " She is said to be an able speaker and the public la cor dlatly Invited to atteha. Keep» Her Children in Perfect Health j It j Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin the Family Laxatire for Many Years. Mrs. Aug. Doellefeld of Carlyle, 111., recently wrote to Dr. Caldwell, at Mon tlcello. 111., that she has used Dr. Cald well's 8yrup Pepsin in her home for a number of years, and would not be without it, as with it ahe has been able to keep her four children in perfect health. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ia a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin that acts on the bowels In an easy, natural way, and regulates the action of this most important func tion. Nearly all the sickness to which children are subject is traceable to bowel inaction, and a mild, dependable laxative, auch as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin should have a place in every family medicine chest. It is pleasant to the taste and children like It, and take It readily, while It is equally ef fective for adults. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is Sold in drug stores everywhere for fifty cents a bottle. To avoid imitations and Ineffective substitutes be sure you get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See PARENT-TEICHER BOOT TO BACK UP TEACHERS Central Council Meets Tomor row Night to Consider Their Plans. 25 A meeting of the central council of the Parent-Teacher association has been called for tomorrow' evening nt the high school to consider w hat the council can do to support the teachers of the state in their petition for an increased appropriation from the state to make the present teachers' pension bill effective. A week from tomorrow Professor Holliday will give a lecture and in struction to the class of teachers who are taking the extension course. Pro fessor Holliday will meet the teachers at the high school auditorium at 2 o'clock. YOU KNOW HIM. A worthless cuss Is Adam Baws, He surely Is a no-count pup; He always gets turned down, because He waits for something to turn up. THESE BARGAINS On Sale Tomorrow Only LDtswnns ""wuwTioarc» q* FtMSSi ( * PRICE c EOa„ POU5« A r FOR CEDAR POLISH "IOC Mop — With a Long Handle; a 75c Value. Best quality cedar polish mop in litho graphed tin box. Com plete with long handle; 75c value for 45c i Combinette at 65c =E Full size slop jar or combinette, with cover = and bail; made of fine procelain; $1.25 =E value; no delivery unless pur- 4ÎC/» == chased with other goods.........XJtJL Electric Irons At $2.50 Guaranteed electric ir® ns - complete with cord, plug and stand; all new; nice!) nickeled; sale (PO CA price tomorrot tpÄetfv I j I Saturday Sale Used Ranges Every range in first-class'condition and all have been ta ^ cn ^ = exchange for new ranges. Among the many on sale tomorr 1 The Jewel, The Garland, The Peninsular § The Monarch, The Majestic, The Stewart S Many of these ranges have been used only a short time. V'L — cost, when new $50, $60 and even $75.00. Shiners (L IK ~ sale prices tomorrow, $ 25 , $ 20 , $18 an( *......*** S j WINDOW GLASS—ALL—SIZES —LOWEST PRICES^ f Minwév 75-77 and 79 East Park Street iiiiiiiiiiiiimiii ii iii HiiHiiiiii im iiiiiiuii iiimimmiMmiiiiiiiiHimi 11111111 «5 rsAjg.D, that a fac-simlle of Dr. Caldwell'» nature and his ionn.it appear ' yellow carton in which the bottle packed. A trial bottle, free 0 f eta can be obtained by writing to Dr B. Caldwell, 466 Washington r» Montlcello, Illinois. CURLERS MIT DECIDE In Spite of the Mild Weatl the Ice at the Rink is Perfect. Despite the fact that Butte is , Joying a stretch of spring-like weather! the Ice at the curling rinks is in sple-n-j did condition and teams are curling there every evening. One very im-j portant championship game remain« r be played off. It is the final of ih Bankers' cup In which MacGregor * Bar ta have qualified. This game may bo played this ev« lng. If. however. It is not played to«* night definite arrangement* will i made this evening for playing It i an early date. Arthur Perham. oi of Barta's team, was out of the r| for two weeks and it was found nere •ary to postpone the final. Serretai McMillan expects a big turnout of y curlers this evening. Main springs $1.00, guarantee Mayer, lowest priced Jeweler In Mon tana 21 West Park.—Adv.