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IPMENT OF TEST iHOES FOR OMEN JST ARRIVED 51 W. Park St. lents Recital glitte College of Music presents ving pupils In recital: Evening, March 16 are invited to tiring your Interested In the following PROGRAM Saba t lid -Soli e mi no ..... Julian Angrov ► Solo— Ttie Dc Win. Esllck. Oulsto ................ Nolles Miss faillie. btoria Gavotte ........... Muller Miss Ruth Range. o Solo—A Farewell.....Liddle Miss Mahle McDonald ^no—Thistle Down ........ Raving, Miss Pansy Lomas, me Solo—When You Come Pome ............................ l>eslie Bunk. Pn<> Solo ....................... Miss Helen Rlekerts. Heart of the blowers....... .................C. O. Blakeslee Mrs. Florence Tucker lohn Obligato, Mr. Braden. jprano Solo—Sunrise .......Wekerll Chas. Chevigny Morn ................... Denza Miss Mondlock Maria ................. Gounod Miss Burkhardt of Stars . .......... Wacks Heliny Kirshén. Butte College of Music \ » - Butte College of Music, West Broadway, an nées that it is prepared jive Pipe Organ lessons its new Ball Organ recent ly installed. ACME ;alsomine Make That Room Like Sunshine RIDDELL'S Painting and Service Dc nent Will Help You l)o It 131 W. PARK ST. FOR DAMAGE TO DRILLING MACHINERY International Diamond Drill ting-company has brought suit : the Butte and Great Falls Mln npany asking for damages in of $2,110 for injury alleged to en done to machinery while at the mine of the defendant, id that the plaintiff had a con *ith the Butte and Great Falls ny to do drilling, and that while ' hlnerv was oil the 500-foot ^he defendant company allowed üft to fill with water to such ftent that the machinery was Njto the amount stated. M TO FICHT 'Tome-beck''' man was really never end-out. Hie weakened condition of overwork, lack of exercise, r eating and living demands etim to satisfy the cry for a health appetite and the refreshing eleep '*1 t-5 strength. GOLD MEDAL Oil Capsules, the national rem Holland. will do the work. They nderfuL Three of these capeule« will put a man on his feet be knows it; whether hie trouble I from uric acid poisoning, the kid ^avei or stone In the bladder, derangement or other ailments •fall the over-zealous American. wait until you are entirely down ?t. but take them today. Tour wtu gladly refund your money If » not help you. 25c, 50c and $1 per [Accept no substitute«. Look for Tie GOLD MEDAL on every boa. I*re the pure, original, imported Oil Capsules. 11 EXPECTED Great Northern is Said to Be Preparing Plans for Line to San Francisco. Tha long expected and hoped for dream of a direct railroad from Butte to San Francisco, an ulterior route to that of the Short Line and Salt Lake route, is admitted to eb an outcome of proposed building activities during the present summer, nocording to rail road officials, who, however, are not in a position to speak with authority. The much talked of Butte-Boise-Wln nemueca route will he supplanted by a Butte-Bolse-Bend line of tracks. According to the Information in Butte today the Great Northern Is to build from Butte to a point near Sal mon. or else use the Short Line to Armstead and the Gilmore and Pitts burg to Salmon. Work on this, the re ports say. will he started early. From Salmon the line will run to Boise and from the latter city swing west to Bend. Ore., to which point the Great Northern has built an electric line from Portland. The Great Northern is rredlted with the activities which will esult In a new road to San Francisco. The Great Northern has purchased ex dve rights of way In various locali ties along this route. In fact, negotia tions are under way at the present time for rights of way near Salmon, Ida. The compa rights of way fn Francisco, some ii acquired, s from Medfo cisco, but the in îs that the « parallel their lines This road from Butte direct to San Francisco, swinging through unrall roaded territories in Tduho and Oregon, has been talked about for years, but the reports in Butte today are to the effect that active work may soon be expected. ny is also securing »mi Ren»1, < )re., to San of which h ave already The South **rn Pacific •rd. Ore., t.i San Fran (formation today Indi Great Noi thern will LUKE M'LUKE SAYS Ccpyright, 1916, Cincinnati Enquirer The reason why a girl looks so warm I a knee-length skirt and a low-cut waist on a cold day is because she ild ruther freeze than be out of style. In any % family In which there are hildren everybody in the house gets n rest some time hut Mother. When Mother gets hcr i est they fold her hands and say how natural she looks, and the rest îr a long one. When a woman makes up her mind to attend the matinee she starts get ting ready just afteç breakfast . and iqpges to get to the theater only a half hour late Don't cuss your poverty. Maybe It is all thut keeps you from making a fool of yourself. The only reason why a married man does some things is because his wife says be mustn't. It is easy to get a reputution for be ing Intelligent. Just talk to other peo ple about themselves. Ye don't see where Job had such a kick coming. The fellow next door to him had neither a cheap player piano or a « heap phonograph. And there is the kind of man who. If a hen laid two eggs per day for him. would kick because she didn't lay them already boiled and salted and peppered. Always remember that If you didn't have your knocker worried he wouldn't spend so much time knocking you Marriages are proceedings that al ways have a hitch In them. The reason why a man Is so sleepy In rhureh on Sunday morning is be cause he is so wide awake in a Movie Show that evening Ever notice that the man who is never in a hurry seems to accomplish Just about as much as the man who is always rushing around? Some men display their bravery by tackling African fjons, and others show' It by tackling Welsh Rabbits. A woman is a person who prides her self on her ability to understand things without giving them a thought. Our Daily Special. Tight Wads Always Hate Each Other. Aw, You Say It! Harry Seever lives at Bald Knob, Ark Names is Names. Otto Sedan lives at Troy, Ohio TO SUBMIT BRIEFS. Judge Lynch today hemd the case ol Nettie Casper against Isaac Bechtel and other». It Is an action for fore closure on a mortgage. After argu ment It was agreed to submit the legal point» involved on brief#. " HUH. "Why do you say that Smith I» a blunt man?" asked Brown. •Because he I» always aaying »harp things." replied Jonea I I j j I I ! ! : , I f RIPPLING RHYMES Dy Walt Mason. THE SOMBRE VIEW Most husbandmen take gloomy views of everything on earth; they bring to town the saddest news, and seldom deal in mirth. I meet them on the public square, on every market day; they fill my bosom with despair, such doleful things they say. "The wheat is killed, all hope we've lost, of having crops this year; the apple buds were nipped by Trost, and punk the prunes appear. There's weevil in the clover hay the grass was killed by snow; the hens long since refused to lay, the roosters do not crow. The winter's been so beastly dry and there seems drouth ahead—that everything outdoors must die, if not al ready dead. We sell no butter and no cheese, we have no stall fed beeves; our hogs are down with Bright's disease, our horses have the heaves " When I have heard the farmers talk for half an hour or more despondently away I walk, my head and spirit sore. The farmer wears a heavy frown and roasts the luck all day, yet every time he comes to town he salts some coin away. LEVERtCH BACK Montana Officials Welcome Re turn of Very Popular Superintendent. C. E. Leverieh. who resigned his po sition as general superintendent of the Butte division of the Great Northern with headquarters In Great Falls six months ago, has been reappointed divi sion superintendent of the Montana division with headquarters In Havre, according to advices received in Butte today. Mr. Levertch, who had resigned his position with the company In order to enter the real estate business, at which ho has been engaged for the past six months, has been persuaded to reconsider his resignation and enter the service of the Great Northern once again. Mr. I.everlch started 25 years ago ns a bràkeman. He worked his way successfully through succeeding posi tions. He was employed at Brecken ridge, N. I).; later, as superintendent of the division at Minot; then as as sistant general superintendent at Spo kane, and finally as general superin tendent for the Butte division at Great Falls, a position he held for four years. His return to the ranks of the rail roaders is welcomed by every railroad man in the state of Montana ODD EVENTS IN TODAY'S NEWS DIO PRUNES WITH PICK. l.os Angele», Cal. Prune» stored in a California warehouse after a few mouths become welded Into a solid mesa* which is attacked with pick and shovel when it is desired to remove them for shipment. HOGS IN MOTOR TRUCKS. FolumbUH, Ind. Hogs arc now being hauled to slaughter In Btylo. Many farmers are taking advantage of a cen trill market by hauling their ; «>gs 45 miles to Indiana poli« In motor trucks. Walter Farmer, a farmer, who hauled 25 hogs to market In this way, stoutly maintains that the hogs enjoyed the ride to death and that most of them were asleep when he reached Fndianap lobB. GROWING TO BE GIANTESS. ! Baltimore. Md. A girl who ha? been ! growing for the last three years a phenomenal rate and Is now over six : feet tall, although only 12 years old. Is attracting the expert attention of , medical men of the Johns Hopkins hos I pital, who expect to see her become f prodigy', a veritable giantess. She weigh* 11 Tty pound*. Although some thing of a highbrow' when It comes to literature, she Is Just a plain girl when candy Is mentioned , WOMAN CARRIES MAIL. Baltimore. Md.—Braving mow. sleet, drifts, biting winds in the winter and blistering and scorching heat in the summer. Miss Julia M. Shafer of Knox ville, Md.. for 12 years has served the Fnlted States as a rural mall carrier. She is now < overlng the same route her father traveled 14 years ago, when the route first was established. Miss Shafer In those days was a substitute for her father; now the father 1» sub stituting for her. fn the 12 years that Miss Shafer has carried mall It in estimated that she has traveled 93,500 miles She makes 25 mile* six days In each week. With the exception of the regular 15-day an nual vncatlon. Miss Shafer hns been off duty only 30 days In 12 years SUSPEND WORK ON THE ROADS; CREW IS ILL The county « omminsioners have bee.i ! »impelled to suspend work for a few »lays on the roads owing to the illness of some of the new of men oieratln;: the road machinery. The com mission - » rs are anxious to have the roa»L | |r. ed in the best of »-ondltlon possible without delay, and It is hoped that the work will be resumed tomorrow or next day at the latest. BISURATED MAGNESIA For Dyspepsia, Indigestion Heariburn. Belching, Sour Acid Stom- j ach, Gas In Stomach, etc., take a ten- 1 spoonful of Hisurated Magnesia In a half ; a glass of hot water after eating. Ia 1 safe, pleasant, and harml&ui to use and gives almost Instant relief. It neutral izes stomach acidity, sweeten* the food contents and makes normal digestion easy and painless. Sold by drugglnts everywhere._ m I 1 WHEN HE STARTED when he finished ! j 1 ; 1 THE LOSS OF TEETH NO LONGER MEANS THE LOSS OF BEAUTY AND YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE In No Branch of Dentistry Has Greater Skill and Ingenuity Been Displayed Than in the Perfection of Artificial Teeth. THE NEW TRUE BITE TEETH Is constructed so that the wearer can chew with a grinding motion instead of the up-and-down chop peculiar to the old-time rubber plate; fills out the face and elimi nates lines and wrinkles; it weighs less than half as much as the average rubber plate; it helps your speech and prevents the whistling noise when you talk; a per fect conductor of heat and cold, therefore it keeps the gums healthy and prevents them from shrinking; they do not interfere with your taste; they are carved by hand to give them a lifelike appearance—THE PEER OF ALL DENTAL PLATES. Butt«'« Leading Dentist WHERE THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN SATISFIED IS A SAFE PLACE FOR YOU TO GO My marvelous method, which I perfected after 15 years of study and experiment, I makes all operations in dentistry, from the simplest to the most difficult, POSI TIVE L Y PAINLESS. Teeth Without $5.00 BRIDGE WORK [Is for people who have lost a few teeth and want to avoid the use of a partial plate. [The partial plate is always a source of annoyance—but the new bridge work offers [a perfect substitute for missing teeth—it is fixed permanently in the mouth and there (is nothing about it to remind the wearer that he has artificial teeth—I guarantee they will serve every purpose for years to come. By Skillful Workmanship, Painless Methods and Reasonable Prices / Have Built Up the Largest Dental Business in the S täte. _I MAKE_ ♦10 «old orown, for...................... 08.00 I'M bridgowork. por too Ils ................|6.00 M0 platoo for.......................... »10.00 Ptotoo ropolrod for......................31-80 Porootoln ond anomal fitting# to match your tooth as low aa .........................*2.60 Tooth oxtraotod .................. *1-00 Children's tooth oxtraotod ................80c 1 Publish a Price A n Ironclad Written List and Live Up GUARANTEE to It For fifteen years that is as good as a government bond, with all work done In my office. DR. RINCKEL I 2 West Broadway Phone 226 'W I Lady Attendant Over Clark's Bank. Anaconda Offles» Gsm Bldg. Dr. GBl, Mgr.