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BE PREÜT! TURN
GRAY Him DM
Try Grandmother's Old Favor
ite Recipe of Sage Tea
and Sulphur.
Almost everyone knows that Sasre
Tea and Sulphur, properly com
pounded, brings back the natural color
and lustre to the hair when faded,
streaked or gray. Years ago the only
way to get this mixture was to make it
at home, which 1» mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays, by a*k+r.g at any
drug store for "Wyeth's and Sul
phur Compound." you will get a large
bottle of this famous old recipe, im
proved by the addition of other ingre
dients. for about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray: Try it' No one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as it does It so naturally and
•venly. You dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
your hair, taking one smal strand at a
time: by morning the gray hair dis
appears. and after another application
or two. your hair becomes beautifully
dark, glossy and attractive
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound Is a delightful toilet requisite for
those who desire dark hair and a
youthful appearance It is not Intended
for the cure, mitigati »n or prevention
of disease.
Trimble Hat*
Dunlap Hats
RAINCOATS
For April showers. Cravenettes
and Gabardines protect from
wind and rain.
Men s Hats, Tints, Topcoats
At this store are of superior
quality. We know but o
grade—THE BEST!
y mail anything you
ill be satisfactory or we
it so.
MATTINGLY'S
117 North Main St.
'CATCHY" PASSWORD FOR
IRE 10 CLUB MEETING
''Ciean-Up" Week Will Be the
Keynote of Luncheon
Tomorrow.
be laid at
ng of the
the Butte
Clean-Up" week Is the
of the Butte Adv, rtisln
plans for that evei.t. wh:
•-s much important-, if
than the ■'Dress-Up*' wer*
• uch a great suce* w
th*» regular lunch* -n-mr
club tomorrow r. *n a
Grill, to be known as an ,-iasm
meeting.
Mayor-Elect W II. Ma ne; wi'i be
present and deliver ar. address as wi.
:
Maddr»ck of the s ho->!s. J L Car
roll. president of the Butte Chamber
of
dent of the Rotary v c\ T. Shearer
I t
Btai
preside as chairman.
Each member Is urged to ring a
guest to the luncheflfc i: er> civic
•rgar.lzation in the c::;, • , >,<? .sk^I
to Join In the work -i • *;.*in-' p"
Boy
cited
werk. Th*»
will also b<
movement H T Sny b*r
La • ; f tl
tchy I
luncheon tomorrow Sr
th*» heading of th* .; itat
in the
1
UTAH GOVERNOR WILL
MAKE BIG CONTRIBUTION
New York. April ID—Henry Mor
ftenthau, chairman of the campaign
%o rai.se $10,000,000 f -- a iffei • j. .. .
In the eastern war zone gave out t »
flay a telegram from Gov Simon
Bamberger of Utah. pl~dg n g Mr
Bamberger to give one-tenth >>t the
total amount that Utah ma; ru: r
Jewish war relief.
!
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!
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A Druggist's Experience With
Dr. Kilmer's Swamn Root
Hing
has
After thirteen years o:
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
been my experience that Swamp
Rout is a high standing medicine,
sells shout the best of any medicine
of its kind and 1 know that it has been
the means of bringing relief to suf
ferers of rheumatism. I take it occa
sionally myself and always obtain
good results, and I believe Swamn
Root to be a good medicine pfefrhaps
fully as good as yxm^Mm it to be.
Very' truly yours»
Sept.
>
11.
1916.
Letter to
Or.
Kilmer A Co.,
Bingharr
ton, N. Y.
Mallard. Minn.
Prov» What Swamp-Root Will
Do For You.
Send t- rents to Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Blnghamt'-n. N. V.. for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable
Informât)' - telling about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing be sure
to mention the Butte Dally Poet. Reg
alar fifty-cent and one-dollar eiz»
bottles for sale at ail drug storea
'MINER IS KILLED
BT FALL OF ROCK
George Evans is Victim of Ac
cident at Never Sweat
Mine.
George Evans. -10. was killed by a fall
of ground while working with Gus
l'reese in a stope on the 1,400-foot level
j °f the Never Sweat mine at 3 o'clock
morning. The body was removed
to the Sherman & Heed undertaking
establishment and Coroner Lane will
hold an inquest on Thursday.
Evans and Preese were mining in the
Hope jyium a huge slab of rock fell
from the back .ard struck Evans on
the head, killing him Instantly His
body fell between the rails of the (back
and into a chute Just underneath, from
which it was recovered when Preese
summoned help.
Evans was single. He had worked
at the mine for about four months and
stopped at the Florence hotel During
the past few years he worked in vari
es mining camps in Idaho and Colo
rado. A brother li\ es in Iowa.
Succumbs to Exhaustion.
lOCSa
at the Stewart,
after midnight at a
parently to heart i
collapsed while at w
3 0 30 o'clock last
efforts were made
some time, he wa
pita!. He died wi'
It
33. miner employed
uccumbed shortly
local hospital, ap
allure The man
rk in the mine at
ght and after vain
to revive him for
taken to the hos
■ :t regaining con
? at a rst reported
gas, but
the Stewart. Heart
: hysi.'a: exhaustion.
* ~. gv i-r. by attend
at II:
Coroner Lane
either Friday
was a native of
. i v -rr-r .r. Butte for
The body is at the
establishment and
: hold an inquest
iturday.
:
FIB LUCE TBIETS
Inquiry is Made Concerning
200.000 Acres for Graz
ing Purposes.
Throughout the eastern and north
ern part of the state landbuyers are
extremely active not only in showing
.'and t . prospective homeseekers, to
uting homesteaders, but also looking
me big tracts for 1 - :
plan to enter the stockraising busi
ness in this state on a big scale, ac
• ording to A. L. Rankin of the Butte
hotel who returned today from an ex
tended trip.
Mr. Rankin produced a letter from
.in eastern concern which asked him
the opportunities for buying Mg
tracts of grazing land in this state
and mentioned tracts of from 200.cJO
"The landbuyers are to be found
in every city which ha-s big farming
«•••fions about it." Mr. Rankin said
today. 'Throughout the agricultural
sections of the state trainloads of im
migrants are arriving daily with their
cattle, horses, household goods, mem
ber? of their families and farm lat
he lambing season has started in
.'it.inity of Oreat Fall? and a num
o? the big owners have prepared
:he crop of iambs a tth sufficient
spring :• .a
out Oreat Ft
r and in a n
-,der
farrr^
• the season is
n the last two
felt by Montana
id y
1 tho
' gone
th*» Missouri ri »-r and in some in
stances has occasioned wme trouble
Ice Jams in the Marias river, between
Great Falls and Shelby on the old
Turkey trail, took out a railroad
bridge and, although an outfit ha>
been on the ground, it has been un*
to put in any piling because of
the continued rush of ice and the
Jams formed on the bridge site."
WAGON LOADED WITH
DYNAMITE BREAKS DOWN
A wagon • arrylng a load of dyna
mite broke down at Hamilton and
Granite «streets this afternoon. No
damage was done The dynamite was
transferred to another wagon It was
consigned to the Davla-Daly company
and other comianies.
Glad to Learn of It.
April's changeable weather cause«
colds that lead to expensive doctor
bills -bills that could Tie avoided tt the
cold wer a checked iq thne C. Smith,
1421 l-'tb St . Augusta, wntes: "1
got on* 2$c bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tar fuul my cough and cold is about
well I was glad to learn of a great
medicine like that." Foley's Honey
and Tar enjoys a splendid reputation
that it is often imitated Of course, no
ftuhHtitute or imitation is as good as
the genuine. Newbro Drug Co.—Adv.
HAYES-JOHNSON.
Peter J. Hayes, one of the old-timn
residents of Meadervtlle and a pump
man employed at the Berkeley, wa?
married today to Ada H, Johnson. In
the application for the marriage license
Haves stave his age at 65. while the
age of the bride was given at 12
The louder a man talks, the less you
are missing if you do not wait to hear
him.
SALE! HIGH-QUALITY MERCERIZED UNDERffl
The Products of the " Saxony '' Knitting Company and Em bracing .V * nes^^nk^Blue
Garments and Including Plain and Fancy Weaves m These Plain Colors Flesh, Pw* blue
Lavender and a Variety of the Best Color Combinations; Special, One Fifty-Five a Garment.
venae» mi»«* w r wf h. +y j —----
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS-VALUES $2.00 AND $2.50, AT
___________ . .T../ ... n/ rnncn VltD\IC I DAV IIÎCT I
.51
THE GARMENTS ARE OF FIRST QUALITY MERCERIZED YARNS— LOOK JUST LIKE SILK ANDtyf
EVEN BETTER THAN SILK GOODS—DON'T MISS IT!
We wish that every man could see these garments!
embracing shirts and drawers that are mr J "
lavender and in these color combinations: »»>■■*>- ....—■— ....... "jV*"* i Ü"L"' a,lu
white-and pink; drawers are finished with fine grade of sateen and best pearl buttons; seams
a-.ai.. pro Piacfir knit finish; the shirts are athletic style with mercerized fi
and cuffs; values $2.00 and $2.50.
ONE-FIFTY-FIVE GARMP
We wish that every man couiu sec mcsc ganm-mo. Saxony Knitting Company s hand-finish under
embracing shirts and drawers that are made from high-grade mercerized yarns in plain pink, flesh, j
_____„-j *i, 0 cn minr mnihinafions: White-and-blue mixture, pink-and-white. flesh anr
ONE-FIFTY FIVE GARMENT
A SPEC IAL SELLING OF
$1.25 APRON SETS 95c
Ecch Comprises Coat, Cap and
Skirt to Match; All Brand New
Th« material it a fine percale in light
and dark colora: scalloped and tape trim
med: all sues: regular $1.25 value, at only
At 75c
APRONS In
; made from
light or dark percale. loose-fitting and
some fitted with elastic belt.
Af (1 OC WOMEN S APRONS
•P 1 >farJ Including Empire and
coverall styles : made from percale and
Amoakea* gingham : Hurry !
OMEN'S APRONS
fitted bib and
belt style« : made from fine percal*
^^ariet^o^^^bes^olors^^^^^^
3 for $1.00 W Ä
NOTIONS CHEAPEST HERE 1 EVERYDAY TOILET HELPS
This Store Has Long Been Noted for Its Splendid,
Complete Stocks of Notions—Complete Always
ASSORTMENTS LARGEST—PRICES LOWEST
-Five-hook style ;
7c
Of light weight :
10c
Black Spool Silk—5f> yards to Corset Claapt
the spool; special, at a O regular 16c v
spool ........ *«iC special......
Nickeled Safety Pins—In as- Dress Shields
sorted sizes; on a card; O regular 20c value,
priced at......
Coat Hanger*—Made from hard- Steel Shears and Scissori
very strong : 3c
White Pearl
sorted large s
card.........
Butto
-In as- Heavy Bristle Clothes Brushes
5c
Ring shape : regular 26c
15c
We've Prepared for You Wednesday; Complete
Variety of Little Toilet Helps at Special Prices
FAMOUSLY KNOWN ARTICLES LOW HERE
Blue Seal Vaseline—The best
and purest on the
market ..................
White Velour Powder Puffs—
In a sanitary package, 5c
Red Rubber Sponges—Of medi
" ,i,e: ,u " 26 '10c
Toothbrushes—In assorted, good
quality ; regular 26c 15c
value, at
(.ambert's Llsterine — 3-ounce
bottles ; full 25c value, 18c
Williams' Quirk and Easy Shar
ing Soap—Six cakes 25c
Incomparable Face Powder—In
all tints ; regular 85c OC _
value, at..............«wV
Java Rice Face Powder—In all
tints ; regular '»Oc value, 35c
CHILDREN S UNDERMUSUN SALE IS AGAIN REPEATED
WE ARE SELLING]
THE BEST CORD
PANTS IN AMEI
MEN $4.40 1
That's a before-war price, Mr Mul
these heavy corduroys! Come in dr*
and golden brow n : made with cuS k*
belt loops ; flap on the hip pockriH
range from_80 t. specially ^
FOUR-FORTY PAIR
MEN'S TAN "KHAKI* pd
Think of it! Ninety-Eight Cent* »
Symons for khaki pant*—every fcy
of the year....
'-^
V CHILDREN'S
DRAWERS Of
cambric ; hemsttiched
hem ; cluster of pin
tucks ; also lace 10c
edge style ; special '
SPFriAI Î CHILDRENS SKIRTS, DRAWERS AND NIGHTGOWS—
L.v>Irll_. The garments are made from snowy white materials and
,l n * w ,rMh 25c GARMENT
garments
are made in a variety of style«
gtxxls and priced special at.....
QPFflAI ? CHILDREN'S NIGHTGOWNS. DRAWERS AND PRIN
Lv>lr\L . CESS SLIPS -Of first rate quality! The garments are
all made well and carefully and made from snowy white materials; the
styles are pleasing ; they are specially priced 50c GARMENT
V DRAWERS AND
NIGHT GOWNS
For the children 1 Made
from fine cambric and
muslin : assorted 15c
styles ; special at.
RSTSromp
DOWLING, ON STAND IN OWN
BEHALF, TELLS WHY HE SHOT
Man on Trial. Charged With Murder of Stanley Sims, Says the
Latter Approached Him With Large Knife. Fired Bullet to
Scare Assailant and Make Him Drop the Weapon. Witness
Says He Knew of Sims' Quarrelsome Disposition. Wife of
Dead Man Also on the Stand. The Case May Reach the Jury
Late This Afternoon.
John V
anle>
Dowiing, on trial before Judge
h» : er for the murder of
Sims on the evening of Nov. !
IT at the boarding house of the lat
te:. took the witness stand in his own
-.half toda; and de- lared that he
?! •. at Sims for the purpose of mak
ing him drop the knife he had in hie
laud and wh: h he feared would result
n Sima killing him Dow ling declared
that he knew of the quarrelsome dis
position of Sims and that he was
aware of three rows he had started.
and that he knew of one occasion
hen Sims attacked h.s partner in the !
mine with either a p. k or an ax*. j
tt ourt resumed this morning !
there were a few chara. ter witnesses
i ut on the stand, after which Mrs.
Stanley Sims, widow of the man Dow!-j
" '• k the witness stand. She ;
'he r late hue md
• .id >r.du :• i a small boarding house
-• J That sides Dowling there were
three other boarders. The witness
told of William Oliver after supper go
ing to h:s room and starting to play

The witness said that her late hus
: 1 was sitting In the £it hen read
- a i aper . hen Dowling entered and
-h -ted: "What's the trouble here?*
cne said that her husband replied:
find out.' At the same
time, the witness said, her husband
mped up off the chair and made
towards Dowling with a knife in his
har.J which he picked up from the
3 nîn * r hom table. Sh* said that the
two m^n started to scuffle. The wit
ness said that she rushed to Oliver's
room, and a'ter she heard the shot
tir^d she ran through the kitchen and
.nto the front room. The witness said
that it was after Dowling came from
his room that her late husband ricked
up the knife and made for him. The
witness said that she was in Dowling's
room on the day of the shooting and
Elderly People
PraiseXahnifên?
fo r N«n*& Ill-Health.
Elderly People Praise Cadomenel
!
_ dept- tl, 1»1«
Dear Blr: I Jnat bought another tube
of Cadomene Tablets My wtf. and I
hava used ora tube end we Bnd them aa
you atata. My wife had become eery
narvous. cross and Irritable, end so had I
I am glad I got the Cadomene aa It has
made my wife a whole lot better, and
they hare helped me to sleep, aa I was
so vary nervous We both are getting
on in yearn, although my wife nays aha La
not old. now slnoa using Cadomene. and
I believe it too, beoause ahe la so lively
and not cross aa ahe was. Tour Cado
mene Tablets surely mads us feel ilka
New People all right. Find stamp en
closed for Health Book.
Respectfully, Hugh Kalaoe.
211 E. Broadway, Muskogee, Okie.
No, a —Fadomene TableU are undoubt
edy a nerve and ayatara tonic of unques
tioned merit 9old by aU leading drug
ïiete everywhere Persona who hava
been benefited by Cadomene owe it to
üben to write the proprietors their teatl
llhat the gun Dowling had w as i
bureau drawer.
! — » j _. ,
Defendant on Stand.
The state rested and after the de- 1
fense had put on the witness stand!
some character witnesses, Dowling
took the witness chair in his own be
half The defendant said that Sims!
made an attack on him with a knife i
and that he never displayed his gun 1
until after Sims had attacked him. '
The witness declared that he knew I
that Sims was of a quarrelsome dis- j
! position and that while they were en- !
j gaged in a scuffle on the floor he!
! pulled the trigger of the revolver fori
the purpose of s'arlr.g Sims and mak
'.r.g him drop the knife.
"Why did : ou shoot Stanley Sims?"
; was asked of the witness by his attor-i
B< . Frank C Walker.
'Why, if I had not he would have
got me with the gun," replied Dowl
ing.
Did you shoot to kill?" was asked
of the witness.
No. I d)d not," replied the defend
ant. I wanted to scare him and make
him drop the knife."
The direct examination of the de
.'*»ndant as concluded at noon and
this afternoon the cross-examination is
being conducted. The case is ex
lo-T^d to rea h th*» jury late this aft
ernoon.
Self-Defense Plea.
Yesterday afternoon Attorney
f-rer.k <' Walker In behalf of the de
fendant made an opening statement to
the jury in which he outlined that the
defense would attempt to show that
Dowling !n shooting Sims acted in self
defense.
W iliam J. Oliver, who was a board
er at the »Sims' house where the
shooting took place, testified that on
Nov. 17 last he was talking to Mrs
.Sims about leaving the place and
! paying his bill when she called out
there was a figh\ betweèn her hus
band ar*J fV(wVing. ke rushed into
ifce room and the two men were on
Iho floor. Ho said that blood was
coming out of Sims* shoos and witness
thought he had been shot In the foot
Dowling gave Sims some whiskey,
while witness went to call a doctor
and to get a taxicab. '
illlam Rowe told of the start of
the trouble between Dowling and
Sims. The witness said that he sep
arated the men and Sims cried out:
•Come on" Dowling made a rush
at Sims as he hail been invited to do
and on grappling the knife was
knocked out of Sims - hand. The wit
ness said that Dowling held his gun
pointed downward and Sims got hold
of it. While In that position the gun
went off.
MINERS STRIKE BECAUSE
THE BOSS IS NOT SAFE
Tacoma. April 10 — Six hundred
miners, demanding the removal of
Mine Superintendent John McDowelt
on the ground that "he Is unsafe" to
work under, struck yesterday in the
Carbon Hill Mine company mines at
Carbonado, 30 miles from Tacoma.
Manager J. S. Menzies of the com
pany declares McDowell is not unsafe
and that the strike is prompted by
personal prejudice. He says the men
will probably be out and the proper
ties closed down three or four months
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD
All members of Silver Bow lodge No.
421 are requested to attend business
meeting Wednesday. Meeting calls at
1:30 p. m.
ROSE FORE. Treas.—Adv.
Subscribe for the Butte Daly Post
"From Warehouse to You "
Third Anniversary
and Floor-Clearing Sale
(Note)—These items are just four of a thousand Anniversary
Sale bargains—all money-savers for you.
Come early while lines are complete.
Watch our Advertising!
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For His Highness,
The Baby
Stylish, Comfortable and Substan
tially Built Carriages
and Go-Carts
BABY CARRIAGE. Split rattan hood and body.
b "TTel C S^LE pCcE Cred seat and back - Rub -
BABY. CARRIAGE Brown finish, reed body.
4 a C "Ud SALE pSice* frame - Rubber ,ires -
$22.50
frnrn p ^^ r! ^ i^?û^ART Black enamel steel
SALE PR?CE k eatherette hood - Rubber tires.
$19.75
$12.75
HnrfrP D U hK Y ' frame - Leatherette folding —" _
SALE PRICE ed WbCe ' S - A ser vlceable sulky® $10.75
SALE PRICE ls - A serviceab| e sulky.
ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME PRICES!
...Butte.-.
Harrison
and
Front
Take
Car
1,2 or 3
Am
nAFttaSON A» FkONT St
PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOURSELF
Anaconda
Flood
Building
Park
and
Oak
•JEFF'S" HOME. BUT
HE IS NOT CHANGED;
FINDS NEW OFFICE
' Jeff*' Crary is home, sans height,
sans wife, sans money, but with a fine
coat of tan. It's all he has to show
after a three months' visit with A1
Green in southern California, Honolulu
and other endearing and delightful
places. "Jeff" is much the same and
will resume his business as sport
writer, police reporter and general
''scoop'' man for the Standard. He
went this morning to East Broadway
to the old of! Ice t
out of a job, be a -<• the offkKi
closed, until tomeone told hin
office had moved. Jeff m
and with alacrity. He needed a «4
wages after the trip
REP. HELGENSE OF
NORTH DAKOTA DEI
-Re
Washington, -Arrll
tlve Henry T Helgense of North!
kota, republican and member ofrf
gress since 1911, died here todayr
an operation for

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