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Clothes Are Within Your Reach Every day you see an an nouncement about the raise of price on this or that on "account of war." We still maintain our old price. Give us your order and be convinced that we can make the classiest suit you ever saw for Union $15 Tailors ' 62 West Park Street. SURPRISE SPECIAL For Saturday only—cov ered, 7-inch white porce lain lined, chocolate brown earthenware CASSEROLE Will not crack or glaze. Sells regularly at 60c. Saturday for (But one to customer—No phone orders. USED-FURNITURE BARGAINS! KELLEY&ALTON Furniture, Hardware, Electric Supplies and Plumbing. 209-211-213 Eaat Park St. PHONE 897 OHI What is it makes the whole house quake? What is this great turmoilt Ifs merely Father, who muat take A dose of aistor oil. PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH ïou feel fine In a tew moments. . Your cold In head or catarrh will be gone. Your clogged noatrlls will open. The air passages of your head wUl clear and you can breathe freely. No more dullness, headache; no hawking, ■nuffllng, mucoua discharges or dry ness; no struggling for breath at night. Tell your druggist you want a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream In your nostrils, let It penetrate through every air puseage of the head; soothe and heal the swollen. Inflamed mucous membrane, and relief comes Instantly. It is Just what every cold and catarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuffed-up tad miserable. HEARING IS SET : FOR CITY HALL Montana Street Car Service Under Discussion Next Wednesday. The hearing by the Montana state railway commission on the petition which hae been presented by residents along Montana street and merchants on West Park street for a return to the former system of street oar aervloe on Montana street will be held Wed nesday at the Butte city hall, accord ing to advices received here today. There la considerable Interest In the hearing. A recent decision by the Washington state public commission announced that a street railway com pany should not be compelled to main tain a certain service In a certain por tion of a city if the service was not sufficient to pay expenses. The Montana street people want the street car company' to run cars along Montana street to the end of the ceme teries' line instead of running the cemeteries' cars down Arizona and Utah streets and over Front street. ORANGE DAV. Mayor C. H. Lane has Informally ailed the attention of the public to Orange day, March 10, when everyone is supposed to eat at least one orange. Butte's consumption of oranges Is said to be greater than that of other cities of the same size. THE POST FOR THE NEWS E. H. SOTHERN, MOST FAMOUS ACTOR OF MODERN STAGE, AT THE ORPHEUM F* H. SOTHERN and CHARLOTTE IVES in «•THE MAN OF MYSTERY»» I - .. H. Sothern, most famous odor of tha modern stage, starring in "The Man of Mystery." to be presented today ond tomorrow at the Orpheum theater. 3 ËJ " fillir o CE I ® We Are Counting on You to come in and let us show you that genuinely good and superior Round Oak, Copper-Fused Boiler-Iron Chief Range The saving in fuel alone repYesents the interest on the money invested in its purchase. Come in and see this range. It will exceed your hopes. We are also sole agents for the McDougall Auto-Front Kitchen Cabinet PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOURSELF Care 1, 2 and 3 pass our doors. 8. & H. Stamps. m Aunuuj» A FvWOTVfi&Ce Hahwson a«® PfeoNT St "From Warehouse to You " Spring Arrival! In Men's and Young Men's SUITS and TOPCOATS $ 20 °,! $ 40 °° Spring Hats The Newest in Stetsons $4.00 and $5.00 Trimble's $3.50 and $5.00 "Quality is Economy" Corner Main and Granite. SI I Dltl JOBS Postmaster Goodwin Has Dif ficulty in Getting Men to Weigh the Mail. Three dollars a day no longer ap peals to the Butte working man even for such light work as weighing United States mall as It Is thrown on and off of the railway mall cars at various stations. For weeks Post master Phil Goodwin has been seeking men for the job and he still has the five blank applications sent him by the department, for the unemployed of Butte are not showing tremendous en thusiasm over the Job. The government will start weighing the mall on all railroads on March 27, and It will oontinue for SB days or until April 1. Every bit of mall oar ried by railroads will be weighed dur ng this period In order that Uncle Sam may determlhe upon an equitable basis of compensation. The period designated Is considered a normal one by the government, for by that time the major portion of the catalogues of eastern mail-order houses will have been disposed of and the buying of spring and summer apparel will rep resent about normal demand. While the pay Is not large, the w*ork of a welghman Is light. It merely consists of traveling on the various railway mall runs out of Butte with the railway mail clerks and of weigh ing mall taken aboard and thrown off at each station. Between stations all the welghman has to do Is take a slant at the scenery, for his duties are con fined solely to weighing and keeping a record of weights. Welghmen will be assigned to runs for the full 86-day period. The aver age day's work will be between 10 and 12 hours, layovers compensating for longer shifts. Some of the runs out of Butts and this vicinity are long ones, those betw r een Butte and Havre and Butte and Lewtstown for lnstancs. Milwaukee and Northern Pacific runs are from Miles City to Spokane. No travel pay is allowed welghmen. AM USEME NTS CHILDREN'S MATINEE FEATURE AT EMPRESS THEATER TOMORROW The Empress is preparing to care for the hundreds of Butte children who will attend the big Saturday afternoon matinee tomorrow. This will bo one of the treats of the year, not only for the kiddles, but for the grown ups as well. In addition to the big bill n£ six fea ture attractions, there will be a special motion picture of live reels, "Shadows und Sunshine," In which Baby Marie Osborne" Is the star attraction. This will be a picture which can be enjoyed by old and young alike and Is said to lie one of the best of Its kind ever produced. The Saturday afternoon matinees for children are becoming more and more popular and the young sters are treated to one of the biggest entertainments ever provided In Butte for them. A special rate of 10 cents admission for children and 20 cents for adults Is charged Saturday afternoons. Empress shows are well worth gclns miles to see and this week's bill is one of the best seen here In some time. Be sure and bring the youngsters, they will en joy It. The show starts promptly at 2 o'clock. "THE BIRD OF PARADISE" DRAWS A GREAT CROWD Playing successfully for the past five years In the same territory and the same theaters, and now" starting for its sixth season, Is a remarkable «rec ord for any play, and each year to do more business than the preceding year, is a record that any play can be proud of, but such Is the history of Oliver Morosco's "The Bird of Paradise," written by Richard Walton Tully, and w'hich was seen by a great and thor oughly delighted «audience at the Broadway Inst night. One of the rea sons of its success is Its wholesome ness, simplicity and Its wonderful heart interest Manager Morosco of fers Miss Olin Field in the leading part of Luana. "The Bird of Paradise" will be re peated at the Broadway tonight MR. ROBERTS MISSED SEEING NEW YORK Theodore Roberts, the celebrated character actor and Lukf star, made his first Visit east In four years for the purpose of filming some of the ex terior scenes In Washington, D. C„ for "The American Consul," which la the Paramount attraction at tha People's theater today. Since this was Mr. Roberts' first trip east In so long, ha contemplated spending a short time in New York City and was ell ready to leave Washington for tha metropolis when he received a telegram to return to the studio and begin work on an other picture. As he climbed on the train he sadly remarked: "So near and yet so far." w. c. T. U. PROGRAM. Members of the Butte branch of the W. C. T. U. enjoyed a literary' program given before a large number in the First Presbyterian cottage house this afternoon. »The Rev. L. A. Wilson, pastor of the People's church, gave the principal number on the program, a paper on "Community Work of Our Schools as Social Centers." Mrs. FJ. E. Roylands also gave a reading. Roth numbers were well recAived. The hostesses were Mrs. T. ChrlsHe Mrs. William Belch Mrs. J. F Griffith and Mrs. L. T. Sherrill. Main springs $1.0e. guantr*f»ed. May er, lowest priced Jeweler In Montnna. 21 West Park.—Adv. THE POST FOR THE NEWS The Salary You Commaiii Depends Upon the Knowledge You Posse :ss There are splendid oppcU This school teaches Real Business Methods ....... ties for young men and women who can do thhg^ COMPLETE DAY AND NIGHT COURSES Bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting, ail ordinary school grades arr™ high school, steam engineering, mechanical and architectural d ra PRIVATE DEPARTMENT FOR MEN CHANGING SHIFTS English Taught to Foreigners Catalog Free Telephone 1240 RICE & MAY, Proprietor EYESIGHT FAILED Used One Bottle of Plant Juice and Claims That He is Now Feeling Fine. It Is the engine-room of a battleship that is the most strongly protected and most carefully watched and tended, for it Is the motive center of the mighty leviathan it propels far and wide. The engine-room of a battleship may be aptly likened to the stomach of a hu man being. It is the seat of the pow and like the engine If It becomes injured, the rest of the body suffers >. Unlike an engine, though, many let the stomach get Impaired and take no measures to repair It. This Is utter folly, especially since Plant Juice has proved Its ability to cure a disordered stomach and has demonstrated that It can relieve the most obstinate cases of long-standing stomach, liver and kidney trouble. This fact is being demonstrated every day by the mass of signed testimonials pouring in from people who have given Plant Juice a fair trial and have been benefited. For instance, the signed testimonial of Mr. Ernest Hundorf, who resides at No. 824* Third Street, Milwaukee, Wis., states: "For years 1 had suffered with bla^% der trouble and my eyesight got so bad that I was almost blind. I had tried different treatments and medi cines but did not get any relief. My wife read about Plant Juice in the daily papers, and what It was doing for others to relieve suffering. I thought would give it a trial and have now used one bottle and am getting better every day. My eyesight Is much better than It was and I am not troubled with my bladder. I am glad to recommend Plant Juice to every one." Plant Juice Is sold in Butte at New bro Drug Co.'s and in Anaconda at the Smith Drug Co.—Adv. ENTHIISII5TIC MEETING OF THE LINCO LN GLOB Large Number of Republicans Attend and Discuss Elec tion Matters. An enthusiastic meeting of the Lin coln Republican club was held last night with a large numbeY of the lead ing members of the republican party in attendance. Matters pertaining to 1 the coming city election were dis cussed. John M. Barber presided and reports from various committees were received. Joseph H. Griffin reported that the committee selected to secure the appointment of republican Judges at the election had been granted two Judges In each precinct The question of the use of the vot ing machines at the city election came up, and the great majority of those present expressed themselves as op posed to the use of machines, but the matter was left in the hands of the city central committee. If It is as certained that It Is Intended to use the machine, It la said that the district court will be asked to Issue an in junction prohibiting their use. lYOII KNOINfOU NEED A GOOD COURSE OF MEDICINE. We Recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla and Psptiron Pills. It is found that many people who feel the need of a good tonic, an im mediate uplift, of pure blood and strength—get wonderful help, perfect satisfaction. In a course of Hood's Sar saparilla and Pepttron Pills. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is especially recommended for conditions that are radically or characteristically scrof ulous or dependent on impure blood. Peptiron Pills are recommended for conditions that are radically or char acteristically anemic and nervojis. All the Ingredients in this combina tion work together In harmony, and are absolutely harmless. No opiates, no heart-depressants, no habit-form ing drugs. Why not begin taking these two medicines—one before meals, the other *fter—as soon as you can get them." Before You Buy HEAR the New EDISON feWOWLD and learn the difference be tween a real musical instru ment and the talking machines. Butte Phonograph Co. 126 West Broadway EXCLUSIVELY EDISON BROADWAY THEATER | Toniflhl-Curlain 8:20 RETURN OF AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR OBAMA Oliver Morosco Offers the Perennial Fseorlts, THE BIRD OF PARADISE by Kivliard Walton Tully. Author of "The ! lame ana — Tentmaker." rrr The Worin« IjÊjJlj Volcano Scoao A Love Story of Hawaii— Play of a Woman's Soul HEAR THE HAWAIIAN SINGERS AND |,LA ' K *7 u » I No Trie, phone Orders Received. Prices *150, »>-M, *__I LADIES OF SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH MEET The LAdies Aid society of the Swed ish Baptist church will meet this even ing at 8 o'clock in the church, 830 Elast Park street Mrs. A. J. Stormans will have charge of the program and Miss A SPECIAL PR1C1 ON FRESH EGOS For Friday and Saturday Only 30 Cents Per Dozen NO EXCLUSIVE DELIVERIES. TRIPP & DRAGSTEDT C0-, Telephones 1287-1288. Ester Olson and i tertaln with Mrs. Ol.on^ cordial welcome 1. eitend^ -- Why eat high-pice can buy fresh Colunlbl * * for 124 cents a I Meat Co., 121 East , 1*S2. Meat I» high *° and save 6 centsja pound-"