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Price's Cream Baking Powder makes it 'ble to produce appetizing and wholesome -es, muffins, combread, etc., with fewer eggs are usually required. many recipes the number of eggs may be re ed and excellent results obtained by using additional quantity of Dr. Price's Baking wder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg itted. The following tested recipe is a prac al illustration: STONGE CAKE imp sugar cup water HK* teaspoons Dr. Price's Baking teaspoon salt cup cold water I teaspoon flavoring I syrup w __ ________ stiffly beaten whites of eggs, beating until the mixture Is cold. 81ft together three times the flour, salt and baking powder: beat yolks of egL's until thick; add a little at a time flour mixture and egg yolks alternately to white of egg mixture, stir ring after eaoh addition. Add H cup cold water and flavoring. Mi x^ lightly and bake in moderate The old method called for six eggs and no baking powder Booklet of recipes which economise in egge and other expensive ingredients mailed free. Address 1001 Independence Boulevard, Chicago, UL DIPRICâ BAKINGPOWDER »de from Cream of Tartar, derived from crape«. "o Alum No Phosphate SS0CIATI0N HOLDS A MEETING j meeting rtf the Silver Bow elation last night there were | * by Attorneys Earl Blodgett, 30rath*, A. Q. Phone. J. M. Hin ;m F. Emigh and others. At lodgett, who was a member lature, told of the legislation nil gave an outline of the varl ■ures of particular interest to j question of entertaining the r association during its ses- | e next August was discussed j sldent Carl J. Christian was. ?d to appoint a committee t • er the matter. WHO STARTED CASE SENTENCED TO JAIL Kujala was found guilty of by a jury and sentenced to J 60 days in the county jail b\ j Buckley. Kujala, according to • e, attempted to stab Osca** j exhibited a coat with two! which, it was alleged, wer« knife in Kujaia's hand. I EAN UP YOUR SYSTEM FOR SPRING You Blood and Pot elf iu Good Shape. necessity of being pre for any emergency is be rcibly impressed upon each very individual. First and st is the importance of a sound physical body, of g yourself in prime condi Iways, so as to be at all equipped to fight an enemy > ever threatening the ene 111 Health. means that every assist must be given to nature in ffort to combat disease and the system in proper condi And right now, as Spring "ches, nature needs more than ever, for the system a thorough housecleaning rid of the accumulated im s and thus avoid the dang fevers that are so prevalent .ring and Summer. have doubtless felt the of a good tonic, though you not have recognized the call nature was making in the of loss of appetite, lassitude, gone, and a general "good thing" feeling that pervades whole body. Such symptoms that the blood has become sh, that the accumulated 'ties are clogging the circu and that a general impair of your health is imminent the proper corrective steps mptiy taken. e is absolutely no neces r permitting the change of s to / cause this run-down ion of your system, for is a remedy easily within reach, one that for fifty Kujala brought « harnen of assault gainst I-a ne several weeks ago. as dismissed and Kujala wi 'ssed the costs and ordered arrested Kujala aroused Lane of striking his companion, Erik Johnson, over the h»»rid with an ax** The trouble the result of a grudge which started in Finland. of--- pi AMMAM |C rmiiun Id TUUNU GUILTY OF LARCENY After deliberating SO minutes, the jury In the rase of Hendry Planman. charged with grand larceny, found him guilty and left the punishment to the court. Planmun stole $145 from Andy Suominen at the boarding house at 125 Covert street. The trial was com menced before Judge John V. Dwyer and a Jury yesterday morning and was concluded late in the afternoon HUH! ' It says here that a labor leader daims that four hours a day |g Jong enough for a man to work." said the old Fogy. "Flow did he find it out?" asked the Grouch. vears has been relied upon by thousands for purifying the blood and building up and strengthen ing the entire body. S. S. S.. the great blood purifier, and the only one guaranteed purely vegetable, is without an equal as a tonic and blood builder, and a few bottles taken right now will revitalize and add new strength and vigor to your entire system. S. S. S. is good for every mem ber of the family, being beneficial to children as well as adults. No matter how puny the children may be, this great tonic will build them up and fill them with vigor. For adults who are feeling the ef fects of the general debility which :omes with Spring, who are suf fering from loss of appetite and a general feeling of worthless ness, a few bottles of S. S. S. will prove a fine investment, for this great remedy will promptly purge your system of every impurity, revitalize your blood, improve •wir r-'-rtite. and build up and add new strength and life to your entire body. Don't let this Spring find you unprepared. Take no chances with the dangerous ailments that are so prevalent in Summer, but go today to your drugstore and buy a bottle of S. S. S. and start a thorough course of system-clean ing which will build up your body and put your enitre system in tip top shape. Give it to the children: it will aid them in growing strong and building up healthy and vig orous bodies. We will take pleasure in send ing valuable literature, and im portant information as to how to keep in health, to all who write for it. Address Swift Specific Co.. 96 Swift Laboratory, Atlan ta, Ga. HOW MERCHANT SHIPS WILL BE ARMED BY UNCLE SAM 7 <s>. This picture show« how United States merchant ships will be armed by the United States if President Wilson de cides to furnish yuns and gunners for ships crossing the Atlantic in defiance of the German submarine campaign. Three-inch or four-inch guns will be mounted on the sterns of ships and expert gunners provided to operate them. The guns will be used only for defense. BENEFIT BAND CONCERT FOR AFFLICTED MEMBER Musical Treat by A. C. M. Mu sicians at the Broadway Friday Night. The Anaconda «'upper Minn* hand, I under the direction of Leader Sam Treloar, will gjve a benefit concert at the Broadway theater Friday night for John M'*ore. an old and valued mem ber of the organization who was re cently afflicted with total blindness. The mere mention of a concert by the famous band is sufficient f«»r the poo plo of Butte who know what to ex pect. The hand will be assisted by the tftevens Glee club and sonn* well known soloists. The program in detail follows: Hark! Hear the Cannons' Thunder Pealing," from 'Tannhäuser" « Wag nor), Glee club and hand. Overture, "Calm Sea and Happy Voyage'' (Mendelssohn), band. Soprano solo, "Oh, Robert, Robert" < Meyerbeer). Cavltlna from "Robert le Diable," Miss Phyllis Wolfe. Male chorus. "Goodbye," Stevens Glee club. Miss Mabel Mitchell, accum panlgL Cornet duet. "Seymourian." polka (Strassberger). Arthur Baker and Trevor Thomas. Indies quartet, "Welcome, Pretty Primrose' •Piusutl). Mrs. Richard Calloway, Miss Pearl Kltto, Mrs Trevor Thomas and Miss «'slanthe Caddy Accompanist, Miss I'earl Ivey. Selection from "II Trovutore" (Verdi), hand. Introducing the re nowned prison scene, with Miss Pearl Job as I^eonora; Joseph Andrews, lenor, as Manrlco. The Glee club in chorus. Chorus, "The Crusaders" < Protheroe) Glee club. + Selection. "Songs From the Old Folk«" (I*ake), band. IN JAIL TEN HOURS NOW WANTS $10,000 Damage suits for 110,000 each were brought yesterday by Arthur Smith and Thomas WaJsh against P J Dona hue. who is alleged to have caused the arrest of the two men on a charge larceny. The two men say they were compelled to spend ten hours in the city Jail and that their reputations were damaged as a result. STUDENTS OF MUSIC TO PR ESEN T PROGRAM A recital will l>e given Friday even ing in the rooms of the Butte College of Music on West Broadway by the students, who will present a program of vocal and Instrumental numbers on which they have been at work for some time. J. R. NORVILLE ILL. J. R. Norville, for six years superin tendent of the state school for the deaf, dumb and blind at Boulder, Is confined in a hospital at Pomona. Cal., con valescing from an operation, accord ing to word received in the city. While he Is improving, hi* condition is said to be critical. GOLD HILL REVIVAL. The second of a series of revival meetings will be held In the Gold Hill Norwegian Lutheran church tonight. The meetings are creating considerable Interest and every effort Is made to Increase the attendance. Another meeting will be held tomorrow- night and possibly more. THE BUTTE DAILY POST POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS BLRZE SCORCHES BEER WAREHOUSE Fire, Starting From an Over heated Stove. Results in Nominal Damage. An overheated stove started a fire on the ground floor of the Pabst Beer Supply rompu fiy'.s warehouse. Iron and Arizona streets, St 3:30 o'clock this morning, but aside from burning a hole through the floor and scorching the rafters overhead it did little damage to the building. Keg and bottled beer valued at not mar* than $500 may have been damaged by heat and smoke, but in such event the damage was only nominal. Fire Chief Fred Martin de clared this morning that $500 will easily cover the entire damage to stock and building Aside from the scorched woodwork in the room, where the'flre started, the building shows no effects of the blaze. At no time was the building men aced, prompt work of the fire depart ment confining the fire to a small area In the floor. Smouldering joists under the floor, however, proved stubborn be cause of their inaccessibility. About 120 cases of l>eer and malt and some 20 kegs of beer were stored on the ground floor of the building In the room In which the fire started. Wheth er or not these were damaged by smoke and heat remains to he seen, but In all events it is said the damage to stock will be nominal. The building Is a two-story brick structure, which adjoins the Newhro Drug company's warehouse on the south. It Is In the heart of the whole sale district, the Great Northern depot being uitohs a narrow street which has been trucked. For some distance to the east there are a number of warehouses of wood construction, used for storing hay, grain, furniture and the like. The warehouse is one of the oldest in Butte and is of brick veneer construction, in terior partitions, floors and finish all being of wood "This was nothing but a little blaze," said the fire chief today In discussing sensational reports of the fire "There was nothing spectacular about It. A little smoke pouring out of the roof as it coursed upwards along the end wall is all that even gave hint outwardly of the fire. You can see for yourself that the woodwork Is only scorched. At the most the damage will not exoeed $500 " Hair Often Ruined by Washing With Soap Soap should be used very carefully, if you went to keep your hair looking its best. Most soaps and prepared sham poos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The best thing for steady use Is Just ordinary mulslfled rocoanut oil (which lr pure and greasdess). and is better than the most expensive soap or any thing else you can use One or two taaspoonfuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It In. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, removing every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp soft, and the hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get tnulsified cocoa nut oil at any pharmacy. It's very cheap, and a few ounces will supply every mem ber of the family for months PERMISSION TO MEN TO OBSERVE IRISH FEIST Mines Will Allow Employes to Have Day Off for Satur day Celebration. The St. Patrick's day committee ha 5 announced that, following a eonferenc with the mine officials, those engaged In the mines may lay off for the cele bration of St. Patrick'» day without endangering their positions. This Is the regular rule ami the majority of the worker* will take advantage *f the opportunity to lay off lor the d*\ and join In the local celebration. The Hibernians and the Invited so cieties and their friends will assem ble Saturday morning at the Lewl*oh » block at 9:30 o'clock and march in body to the Immaculate Conception church, where mass will be celebrated by Rev. M. O'D. Barry, who will als-» preach the special sermon. As already announced, the Irish drama, "A Bit of Blarney," will be given at the Auditorium In the after noon and evening by & cast under the direction of Miss Gertrude Ryan. Three dances will be held In the even ing at the Pallas, Palimont and Hiber nia halls. HIVING CREWS WORK JAPANESE CORAL BEDS Tokio. The coral beds of Japan arc ■worked by divers In the employ of a master diver,* who receives the take as It comes In. grades It, and, when a sufficient quantity has been ob tained, asks for bids on the lots of each grade. Representatives of the leading ex porting and wholesale firms are al ways at hand during the season the best coral is taken to Inspect the take and proffer bids. The total annual take is about 65,000 pounds, valued at $700.000. The color of the coral has a great deal to do with the value placed upon it. The most expensive is "boke," a pale quince color. Single beads of this color, suitable for manufacture into ornamental hair pins, bring from $10 to $50 each. The next color in value is pink, fol lowed by white, light red and dark red. TWO CASES. SET FOR HEARING, POSTPONED Two cases were set for hearing in Judge McClernan's department of the district court today but both went over in the suit for damages brought by Kate Keenly against the «»rent Northern Rail way company u continuance was granted until tomorrow as a settlement is tn course of arrangement, In the suit of Hteve Mattch .against Rade Milusnich h continuance was or dsred until next Monday on account o$ a motion having been filed asking for u dismissal of the case, which the attor neys desired to have time to look into. It Is an action for $10.000 as damages for injuries alleged to have been re ceived through being shot in the left arm. Clear Your Skin in Spring Spring house cleaning means « lean ing inside and outside. Dull pimply skin is an uftermath of winter inac tivity. Flush your intestines with a mild laxative and clean out the ac cumulated wastes, easy to take, they do not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pills will clear your complexion and brighten your eye. Try Dr. King's New Life Pill* tonight and throw off the sluggish winter shell. At drug gists, 25c. Main springs $1.00, guaranteed. May er. lowest priced Jeweler lr. Montana. 21 West Park.—Adv. OUR BEST AD Is Thousands of Butte People Who. During the Past 13 Years, Have Received Dental Satisfaction An Guaranteed by DR. DAVIS Phot -36 OWSLEY BLOCK e 2008 for Appointment* The last word in modern dentistry, combined with 20 years* experience. Besides our work you will also be satisfied with OLTR PRICES. Solid gold crowns, $4.00; porcelain crowns, $4.00; bridge work, $4.00 n tooth; platinum fillings, $1.50; silver fillings, $1.00; solid gold fillings, $1.50 up; full set of teclh ...............................................................$10.00 Mining Meji, Attention! Most of the Butte mines having adopted elec tric power, we have on hand a number of small size locomotive and steam boilers for imme- ! diate delivery. WILL SELL ANY ONE AT COST A. C.M. Hardware House Corner Main and Quartz Streets STUDENTS TO COMPETE IN THE EXAMINATIONS Position of Second Lieutenant Open—Military Training Compulsory. The position of second lieutenant ban been offered by the war department to any male graduate of the State univer sity who can pass a certain mental md physical examination to be given July 1U, 1917, according to a statement recently published In Missoula. The *rder sent to the university officials i a ted that the United Htates murine service needed men, especially officers. The applicant need not have had previ ous military training. The examina tions will he held at Helena. Miles City iiid Glasgow, July 10. Military training is now compulsory it the State university for under class men. The students recently voted three to one in favor of It. It was learned, iccordlnK to statements of students, that many of the affirmative votes were cast by the "co-eds." "We like to see the men In their pretty uni forms," they said. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS! Carriers are not Allowed to accept payment of subscriptions, or to accept orders for cancellation of subu<-riptlon. All su<h orders to have delivery of papers discontinued must be made to the Butte Daily Post, business office. THE POST FOR THE NEWS The Three Days' Anniversary Sale on LAYTON HAMS Twenty years ago we placed a trial order for Layton Hama. They have been a feature of our business ever since, with in creasing sales every year. As a fitting close of the 20-year period we have decided to place the 10 to 12-pound Layton Hams on sale Tuesday, Wednes day and Thursday at 25c Per Pound The 14-16 lb. Layton Skinned Hams will also be on sale at the reduced price of 23 cents per pound. These prices are less than we have asked so far this year and, according to market predictions, will not be duplicated. TRIPP & DRAGSTEDT CO. TeL 1287-1288. 543-547 South Main. Farm Hands Wanted WESTERN CANADA FARMERS REQUIRE 50,000 AMERICAN FARM LABORERS AT ONCE! Urgent demand sent out for farm help by the Government of Canada. Good wages. Steady employment. Low railway fares. Pleasant surroundings. Comfortable homes. No Compulsory Mili tary Service. Farm hands from the United States are absolutely guaranteed against Conscription. This advertisement is to secure farm help to replace Canadian farmers who have enlisted for the war. A splendid opportunity dor the young man to investigate Western Canada's agricultural offerings, and to do so at no expense. Only those accustomed to farming need apply. For parttcoiara aa to raUwar rataa and dlatrtcta whara labor la rstmlrad, or othar Information regarding Western Canada, applr to J. L. PORTE, Dunn Block, Grat Falls, Mont Authorized Canadian Government Agent AWARD MOWATT-CANNON THE HARRISON CONTRACT Dorhofer Secures the Plumbing Bid—Plumbers Slow Pre senting Bids. The Mowatt & «"annon company was awarded the general contract at a cost of $16.400 for the extension to the Harrison school building at tha meeting of the board of school trustee* last evening. The plumbing and heat ing contract was awarded to F. J. Dorhofer on a bid of $6,628. Dorhofer* bid Is subject to confirmation by County Attorney Jackson, as none o'i the plumbers submitted their bids by noon yesterday, as the published call for bids specified. Charles P. Nevin explained that the rule of the local plumbers' organization was that bids should be brought In person and opened in the presence of the bidders. Dorhofer'* hid was $2,500 under the next lowest bid. The bids for the gen eral contract ran from $16,400 to $21,640. Bills to the amount of $16,28$.$6 were allowed. Salaries amounting to $80 and laborers' payroll of $14$ were allowed In connection with the main tenance of the recreation center. Paul Gow presided last evening In the ab sence of Chairman Charles Wallace, who is 111. OH, SQUIDOEI 'What is your favorite tree?" asked she, « »f her ft lend, Mr. Blue; Why, that Is plain to see," said he, "My favorite tree Is yew."