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MOTOR CARS UNIQUE MERCER BODY DETAILS On viewing the Mercer Exhibit, one is immediately impressed with the many refinements in body details. The center cowl, streamline body styles, which made the Mercer so conspicuous a year ago, are still maintained, but many little improvements are observed. See Our Exhibit at the Show ATWATER & WILLIAMS STATE AGENTS. In Our New Quarters in the Murray Bldg., 51 W. Granite St., After March 15. "The Most Remarkable Exhibit of All Light Sixes'* ^PHIS remark, or others like it, ha3 been heard many **• times among the throngj that come to see the Velie display. Such a combination of finest features has never been shown in light sizes at any show. The Velie 's powerful Spec/a/ Continental Motor, Timken Axles front and rear, multiple disc clutch, complete equipment, genuine leather upholstery are values alone worth coming to the 8how to see. Eight body style«. Exhibit st North End Main Floor, Grand Central Palace. Shaughnessy Ralph DEALERS 13 North Arizona. Phone 995 i in the Post Before You Shop in the Store Visit the Packard Booth and You Will Soon Be Convinced That Nothing Else Will Answer the Purpose. Prettier, More Powerful, Easier Riding Than Anything You Have Seen Jones Storage and Transfer Co. 1 West Broadway Phone 978 EXERCISES POPULAR WITH GRADE PUPILS Expect 1,000 Pupils at Gym nasium Tomorrow—Assist ants Required. So much entbusiHstlc Interest has been taken in the gymnasium and swimming pool exercises offered in the high school g>mnasium each Saturday to all the chil dren of the grades above the fourth by C. V. Munsey, play ground director, that an Increased number of assistants handle the young gymnasts has become necessary. "I expect at least 1,000 children to ap pear tomorrow for the exerclaes,'' said Mr. Munsey. "and It Is probable that 1,200 will report for the work. By dividing the schools Into districts and the students Into classes we are able to take personal care of at least 1,400 and perhaps more The course in gymnasium work for the public school children was started last Saturday by Mr. Munsey. Seven hun dred students reported for work, nearly as many girls as boys, and they took so much Interest In the exercises that the number will be nearly doubled tomorrow. With two assistants to take charge of the classes on the gymnasium floor with Mr. Munsey In charge of the swim ming classes, two classes can he kept working at the same time, " lie pool work is popular and the director has been re quired to get the assistançe of several high school boys to help him in his work This is the first concerted effort on the part of the public schools to give the grade children proper gymnastic work The interest taken by the students marks Its success. Mr. Munsey is desirous o' obtaining the co-operation between the city and schools for a scientific system of giving the children of Hutte proper recreation training during the summer months when school Is not in session. SO CALLED, ANYWAY. "Pa, what's an infernal machine?" "Why, a phonograph running at night when wc are trying to sleep."— Boston Transcript. ON SOUTH MAIN ST. Butte Plumbing Company Will Erect Building to Get Larger Space. Work will start Immediately on the bi* addition to the shop and show rooms of the Butte Plumbing company, 206 South Main street, to cost $15,000. The architects for the new bulldiim are Arnold & Van House, and their plans Include a two-story addition on the rear of the shop and showroom. The addition is being put up to rare for the growing business which can not be handled efficiently in the pres ent quarters. The addition will be 35 by 70 feet deep, of brick and concrete, and will be of two stories and basement, with the heavy equipment in the basement, the %hop in the rear on the first floor and 12 living rooms on the second floor. The showroom and the second floor of the main part of the building will be enlarged and remodeled. Ulti mately the front of the building will also be remodeled. Provision will be made for the addition of more stories If more space is desired in the fut WOMEN DEMOCRATS ENDORSE CANDIDATES The city central committee of the Woman's Original Democratic club held a lunche« n at th<- Hutte Grill yos $1150 F. o. b. Racine $1460 F. o. b. Racine For Mitchell Junior—120-inch wheelbase SIXES For 7-Pass. Mitchell—127-inch wheelbase Now Also An $1150 Model See the New Mitchell Junior with Hundreds of Mitchell Extras Now we invite you to see Mitchell Junior. A somewhat smaller Mitchell—a $310 lower price than the 7-passenger Mitchell. But with generous size and ample power for a 5 passenger car. And with ail the exclusive Mitchell attrac tions, due to John W. Bate. S. Another step in Mitchell efficiency appears in the new Mitchell Junior. We urge you to come and see it. A 7-passenger car, to have ample power and ample room, can't be smaller than the $1460 Mitchell, which has won for itself one of the envied places in the motor world. But 40 horsepower is enough for a 5 passenger car. And a 120-inch wheelbase gives room enough —more than most cars give. So the Mitchell factory this ear brings out Mitchell junior, 'ot a new type—simply a size reduction. So a man who buys a Mitchell can get the size he wants. Thousands of these new cars have been run for months, on every sort of road. And they have proved themselves as per fect as the 7-passenger Mitchell car itself. See the New Extras In both Mitchell models there are hundreds of extra features. They give you at least 20 per cent extra value over any other car in this class. These extras—mo9t of them exclusive to Mitchells—art^iaid for by factory savings. They are the result of efficiency methods, applied by John W. Bate. This great efficiency engineer built and equipped this whole plant. Every method and ma chine is adapted to producing this car economically. These methods have cut our factory cost in two. Nowhere else is a car of this class built anywhere near so low. You will be amazed to see how many extras these new day methods pay for. Double-Strong Parts One result is the Mitehell standard of 100 per cent over-strength. That is, every vital part is twice as strong ns need be. The Mitchell standard used to be 50 per cent over-strength. That itself TWO SIZES MitcheU-^y. wheelbase. A high-speed, econom ical, 48 - horsepower motor. Dis appearing extra seats and 31 extra features included. Price $1460, f. o. b. Racine Mitchell Junior-« 5 -pf"* n - ger Six on ■tmlUr lines, with 120-lnch wheel hue. A 40 - horsepower motor — y -inch smaller bore than larger Mitchell. Prie» SI 150, f. o. b. Racine Also all styles of enclosed and convertible bodies. Also demountable tope. was extreme. The Mitchell car has always been a marvel of endurance. But, in the past two years, we have doubled this standard to give you a lifetime car. That fact is announced for the first time in the models now on show. Over 440 parts are built of tough ened steel. All parts which get a major strain are built of Chrome-Vanadium, and built oversize. We pay for steels in the Mitchell as high as 15 cents per pouud. 31 Unique Features There are also 31 extra features in Mitchells. That is, features which nearly all cars omit. Things like a power tire pump, reversible head lights, ball-bearing steering gear and never-broken springs. These extras alone, on this year's output, will cost over $4,000,000. But all are paid for by these factory savings. Man. w Luxuries Our new L«juy plant gives us for this year another enormous saving. All Mitchell bodies, open and enclosed, will be built in our own shops. This saving enables us to add 24 per cent to the cost of finish, uphol stery and trimmings. The finish coats are now heat-fixed. A rure grade leather is employed. A hun dred new touches make today's Mitchell the handsomest car initsclass. Every Mitchell extra is something that you want. Nearly all are things you don't find in other like-class cars. They are things which can't be given without added price, save under Mitchell methods. Come and see them. Judge for yourself what they mean to you. And see which size you like best. MITCHELL MOTORS COMPANY, Inc. Racine, Wis., U. S. A. H. CHESTER EVANS BUTTE—Agent for Silver Bow and Madison Counties—PHONE 5614-W. Russell & Harrington—Anaconda, Agents for Deer Lodge and Beaverhead Counties. ggggaftnt«» terday. There were about 35 persons present. The members present en dorsed the present city administration and went on record as favoring the re election of Mayor Lane, City Treasurer Neal Ward and Police Judge P. J Whltty. JUDGE M'CLERNAN TAKES CASE UNDER ADVISEMENT After the taking of testimony had been concluded In the case of George Bateman against George L. Bruno, Judge McClernan took the question In volved under advisement. A jury had been waived in the cuse. The action is brought for the purpose of recover ing commission alleged to be duo for the sale of real estate. Be Careful in Using Soap on Your Hair Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali, which is very Injurious, as it dries th'i scalp and makes the hair brittle. The best thing to use Is Just plain mulsitled cocoanut oil, for it is pure and entirely greaseless. It's very cheap, and beats the most expensive soaps or anything else all to plecc'8. You can get this at any drug store, and a few ounces will last the whole fam ily for months. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in, about a teaspoonful is.all that Is required. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thor oughly, and rinses out easily. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and 1 h soft, fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy, and easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and takes out every particle of dust diu ami dar.lrnff SALTS FINI FOR ACHINC KIDNEYS We Eat Too Much Meat, Which Clogs Kidneys, Then the Back Hurts. Most folks forget that the kidneys, like the bowels, get sluggish and clogged and need a flushing occasion ally, else we have backache and dull misery In the kidney region, severe headaches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver, add stomach, sleeplessness and nil sorts of bladder disorders» You simply must keep your kidneys active and clean, and the moment you feel an ache or pain in the kidney region, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good drug store here, take a tablespoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com bined with llthla, and is harmless to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity. It also neu tralizes the acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Saits Is harmless; Inexpensive; makes a delightful effervescent lithia water drink which everybody should take now and then to keep their kid neys clean, thus avoiding serious com plications. A well-known local druggist says he sells lots of Jud Salts to folks who be lieve in overcoming kidney trouble u . .« 1 - trouble. WITH SAGE TEA If Mixed With Sulphur it Dark ens So Naturally No body Can Tell. The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair is grand mother's recipe, and folks are again using it to keep their hair a good, even color, which Is quite sensible, as we are living in an age when a youthful ap pearance is of the greatest advantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome tusk of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product, improved by the addition of other Ingredients, called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound" for about 50 cents a bottle. It is very popular because nobody can discover it has been applied. Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn ing the gray hair disappears, hut what delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, Is that, be sides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications. It also pro ducts that soft lustre and appearance of abundance which Is so attractive. This ready-to-use preparation is a de lightful toilet requisite for those who desire a more youthful appearance. 11 is not Intended for the cure, mitigation •• '>*T<vent1on of disease.