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Proper M orning Toilette? Try These Special Suggestions A FEW moments spent each mowing j fl proper care of the mouth, thjoet nasal pawagea will go far toward making the entire day more pleasant and more worth while. It will not only make you more com fortable, but it will lend a feeling of exhilara tion and protect you from all manner of germ contagion, such as colds and grippe, as well as the more dangerous contagious diseases. Try these suggestions for even two or three mornings and you will find them so beneficial and pleasant that you will surely wish to con tinue. When you first arise, go into the bathroom and bathe, as is your usual custom. Then cleanse your teeth with Benetol Tooth Cream. This is the only tooth cream in the world that is really antiseptic and germicidal (others claim to be, but they cannot show any real germi cidal strength). Now put from 12 to 20 drops of Benetol in a glass and fill it with hot water. With this, rinse your mouth and gargle your thioat. Ihink what is left down to a small quantity. Dilute this still further by about 4 to I. With this, either use a nasal douche or snuffle it up your nose to clear out all the accumulated phlegm and catarrhal inflammation. II you shave every morning, let us suggest that you use Benetol Ointment immediately after shaving, following this with Benetol Pow der (in place of talcum). This will keep your face in most excellent condition. la fact, the more you use Benetol products, th* flWfP you will value them as being far superior to any otliers. When you use Benetol as yoqr morning RWUlh and gargle, we would strongly WW that you swallow a part of it, Thw will steriljM fj»a stomach and bowels, prevent stomach troubla, cure dyspepsia, indigestion, gas on the stomach and ulceration of tha stomach, Ona trial of Benetol Ointment will convince you that nothing has evar equaled this prepa ration as a tonic for the skin. It ii an absolute physical impossibility for a man to contract Barber s Itch or any other contagious skin diseases if he uses "Benetol" or "Benetol Ointment." Try these suggestions---rinse your mouth gargle and swallow— "Benetol." You will feel so clean—so sterilized—so antiseptically clean —that you will never go back to the old way, Batnetol I'reparation ta Staid by All Druggist« as Follow« j BENETOL 1-onrice bottles in red cartons. r # . f f .. f t 25c 3-oumc Lotties in red cartons............ r .... fiOc ft *4 -ounce Lot tien in red cartons...... tf .......$1.00 1 .'»-ounce Lotties in red cartons ................$2.00 Benetol Ointment In red cartons ............................at 25c, 50« und $1.00 Benetol Tooth Cream in red carton*.......... 25c Benetol Catarrh .felly in red cartons.......... 25c Benetol Powder, for the skin, in red carton*.. 25e Full directions for the use of these articles packed in every carton. CAUTION: Always Insist that your druggist sup ply you with Benetol in the original red cartons All Druggists Sell All Benetol Products and Recommend Them as THE BEST for the Purposes for Which They A re Advised. MAIL ORDERS WILL BE FILLED DIRECT AT RETAIL PRICES BY The Benetol Company, Benetol Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. PITMEN FOB Suggest That School Children Aid in National Food Problems. ! I'orsh, secretary of the Mon I »>ulti\\ association and a r member of the lm-al or -i has been urged by E. E. "i.sident of the American ' iition, to co-operate with '"'aids and other organiza niore general interest in 1 " 1 >i andr\. The movement is ' ■ tie nation-wide preparedness 1,11 1 Mi- Richards is urging Rl '' : , "nlu\ bust »a miry to increase 1 ol the nation Wider 1,1 1 'I activity In poultr> hus i!l increase the national meat millions of pounds a year, *" ' a, 'ds said. Further details 01 uis will be taken up at the j • ting of the American Foul-| tr to be held in Chicago ( oi l 21. to which Mr. Dorsh ifed. ha: taken u uni is interesting ehildre adults ill this field of en "Kie-Yie-Yic! Get Me 'Gets-It' Quick!' 2 Drop* Make Corn "Fall** Off! Ix - '••tiled the Never-Again Club. Î "'•••1 will 1 ush anything for corns | v ,; ' K b ' Fut two drops of Gets-If ; a 1. « I fruru that »econd tile corn begins 0 p ii stead of swelling up like a * U °y »«■'« loach Itl It's So lor.!* t *• ••«;. t».if* u4 It Will Jlmt ! "« S»r,l 1 in. r hllt e v ol! *c- Then it loosens from C)n and - * lory hallelujah! the corn '■* i™r ha"dT- 01i ' h y<>U ' d tak ' * ' ,0V * of 2' • »els-if is the com discovery Mor* ' Oet»W is sold by In . m< "* ,han * n >' other corn remedy r „. •'*•'' *' Try it and you'll know the • „„i ' * h> It takea two eecon4* to tah'i l ' anl1 (t 4rt *s at once. That'e all. u , * x t.rimsot—follow the eaperlence w milUou* and use "Oeti-lt." l * *° M «verywhere, 15c > ' or **"t on receipt ot price by tf * Wr "'c* * Co.. Cldcaifo. iff. the wuHrf. H !' U * a,, rt recommended a* ,on & „„VTE. corn by P«* Stfeet Ph.'^ e,e * r 'ff'Pauy. Montana »rielnr; A ' Ç Jensen, pro Va, e tt* ?/' »nd Assay Supply ""»l'in» and Newbro Drug v,o. of hatching n and June tha j ( SCORE OF PUPILS IN Î | ; Miss Mae Cohen to Give Mu sical Event in the Woman's Club Building. The pupils or Miss Mae Cohen will give u recital in the Woman's club building on West Park street tomor row evening. beginning at h:15 o'clock. A number of musicians other than her pupils will participate also in the program, which is: Quartette, "Polonaise Brilliante," Misses Ella I ren, Alice Mottleson, Catherine Hayes, Cohen. Fiano solo, "Barcarolle" (Offenbach), Geraldine Riley. Fiano solo, "Silver Nymph" (Carl Meins). Maigarette ('owning. Fiano solo, "Serenade," Catherine McNeil. Vocal solo. Mr. Hugh Stone. Piano solo, "Shower of Stars" (Paul Wachs), Richard Kane. Fiano solo, ''Serenade" (Schubert), Margaret Hagerty. Trio, "William Tell," Mrs. Raupah, Tresia Kiesal, Lena Porter. Piano solo, "Rustle of Spring" (Binding). Catherine Hayes. Piano solo. "Rendevous," Ethel Hank. Fiano solo, "Sonata, op. 10, No. I (Beethoven), Libbie Chamison. Vocal solo, "Sunshine in Your Smile," Mrs. Jacob Duhati. Plano solo. Prelude (Rachmanioff). Alice Mottleson. Piano solo. "Bubbling Spring" (Rive King), Marie Hennigan. Vocal solo, Mr. Hugh Stone. Piano solo. "Barcarolle" (Offenbach), Mrs. Jacoby. piano solo. Valse (Durandi, Inez Tole. Plano solo. Nocturne, Lena Porter. Piano solo. "Rosary" (Evans). Tresia Kiesal. piano solo, "Humoresque," Genevieve Shields. Piano solo. Waltz, Frances Plunkett. Duet. Ralish Sisters. Vocal solo, Leslie Hank. Concerto D minor (Mozart). Misses Cohen, I'ren. ( I ! i j I ! , I 1 j ; j Î I J j i I ! ! [ j Cut Thi* Out—It If Worth Money DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mall it to Foley & Co., Î8S5 Sheffield Ave., Chi cago, 111- writing your name and ad dress clearly. Tou will receive in re turn a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup; Foley K'.dney Pille, for pain In sides and back, rheumatism, backache, kidney and bladder ali ments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. New bro Drug Co.—Adv. INCONSIDERATE. Mrs. Hubbubs Isn't it awful? Mrs. Dashaway's husbaud has run off with the cook? ... . Mrs. Subbubs Yes, and its so bard to get a cook, too. ID CLUB WILL HELP TO ROUT WAR LOAN Now Working Up Interest for "Clean-Up" Week in Butte. Butte Ad club at its . g last evening decided to co-operate in every way with tin plan of tHe National Ad veiUsing clubs of the Fnited States to raise the $5,000,000,000 war loan for the government through what .vould be known as an « Hd Glory loan. If the offer of the National Advertising clubs is accepted by the government, the members of the local club will con duct a thorough canvass for the sale «»f government bonds which will carry' 3 per cent interest. Further plans were discussed last Secretary H. T Snyder was elected delegate to the national convention at St Louis, June 3 to 7 The following 'were admitted to membership: W. N. Turnbull, M. J. Walsh, J. X. Cannon, <„\ E. Schmidt, John H. McIntosh. George Fair. J. I). O'Malley, Jack Strobel, Fred Young. Martin Dreibel bis, Jack Stevens. Bennie Meyer. VAN CAMP HURT P. I). Van Camp, an employe at the Pittsmont and a resident of 1745 Yale avenue, was treated in the Murray hospital today for a fracture and bruises of the left hand sustained to «lay when his hand becam»- caught in a wheel. night for "«'le .«a -Fp" week, which starts on Monda y. Satu day afternoon at 2 « 'clock 200 lb v Scot tx will parade from the Audit« ri mi thr »ugh the prin cipal streets of t lie cl tv t«> advertise "('lea n-Cp" w. ek and. following the parade, will ilstribut« "Clean-Fp" tags >n the doo •k lob of every home. W. R. Rogers of While Sulphur Springs came tn today. _ DOES RHEUMATISM JOTHER YOU? Many Doctors Use Musterole So many sufferers have found relief in Musterole that you ought to buy a small jar and try it Just spread it on with the fingers. Rub it ia. First you feel a gentle glow, then a delicious, cooling comfort Muster,,lc routs the twinges, loosens up stiffened joints and muscles. Musterole is a clean, white ointment made with oil of mustard. It penetrates to the seat of pain and drives it away, but does not blister the tenderest skin It takes the place of the mussy, old fashioned mustard plaster. Musterole i* recommended for bron chitis. croup, asthma, pleurisy, lumbago, neuralgia, sprains, bruises, stiff neck, headache and colds of the cnest (it often prevents pneumonia)._ il flee. Of these 1,500 w •re stat tried in the municipal court courtesy, at a saving t< the co more than $75,000. The figure« will be used w short time a one of the art why city offh es should bo givt 14,000 CASES IS WHITTY'S RECORD Butte Police Court Has Saved County $75,000 During Past Two Years. When about a dozen defendant« lined up before Judge P. J. Whitty this morning for trial, the * ourt passed the 14,00«) mark for Lis two years In of guments in the county building. It l M claimed that the city has been Having the ounty about $40.000 per year and that tfie county should make some conces sions when this fact In taken Into con sideration. The average cost to the county to r vttgr&nt eases in JupM--« • ourtH Ik about $50 per case Police Judge Whitty, by law, Is not compelled to try the cases. In addition to th» vagrancy canes the poll» « » ourt ha tried numerous matters under the head of vagrancy which, If sent to tin county, would be termed petty lar ceny. The trial of then would also average the county $50 per case. Tt Is understood that if plans to move the city offices t.. the county building are met again with o| position from the county commissioners, that an effort will be made to at 1» ,st give house room to the muni itml «mut PAUL «RE O'Neill Winner of the Debating Final—Talks Are Made on "Clean-Up" Weak. iding Patriots day wa Hutte high school « gram, featuring tin Revere*a Ride" by \Y* -I« Reed < »f secondary importance, from a tiona! standpoint, but » unce to the school, wa? the debating honors. J« Emmet O'Neill were th the final. The subjt. Ship Subsidy '2 • the » >•>>« moTning they did not know of the question they speak on. On a d Kiven the affirmativ negative The judg< f e lual mport th • dec sbm of hn Hull tnd and * c mtes ants in a -sign cd was sib ii." 1 rev loua in «ehr ol this no v wh ich side >ul< be sked t«> O'Neill was <1 Holland the re Tom Davis, F. Cliapman and Superintend w ill ent W. E. Maddock. O'Neill lected os the winner and so represent Butte high school at the in represent Butte high school at the in terscholastlc meet In Missoula next month. Malcolm Gillis and President J. If. Reynolds of the Butte Ad club ap peared nt the assembly and made talks to the students on "Clean-1'p" week, which starts Monday, urging their uc »iv i <i-ope»;»tion with the grown peo ple in making th«* week a success and putting tin* city in the spick and span class. The ba morning the Boys' morrow i Saturday auditorium The final of the déclamai will be hebl h week from night at high school auditor .«n«e of the assembly this v as devoted to l»«»osting for circus, which will he held to iuht and Saturday night and matinee at th- high school contest SAYS AGED HORSE IS IIS DEFENSE are six stud *nts in the final. A nv dal will be uwai ded by r Simon to the >est boy and bes Kiri in the fijpil, while the student obta ining the highest score will represent t e school in the state eve 11 ts at the inter - bolastic meet in Miss« ula next month — Failed to Tie Animal—Claims Horse Won't Run With out Coaxing. Ernest I »raumlech, arrested for al lowing Ins horse to remain unhitched in front of the public library, hid be hind the age of the animal as his de fense this morning when tried in po lice «-ourt Judge Whitty fined him $5. "This is an old horse," said Kraum leoh "He's l ast IS and weuid stand all da and night without hlt«^hing. ; He wouldn't run away and, in fact. | he wouldn't move at all unless some one coaxed h*m." The court decided that the ordinance' covering the offense does not provide ; for aged horses and therefore the fine. ! Erneet Tommy went to the city j jail lH«t night to bail out his brother.! He kept his relative company in Lift*, same cell. Tommy demanded Imme- ! dlate a'udlence with the prisoner, and when the jailer refused him admit-j tance because of the hour. Tommy is alleged to have abused the jailer. He was fined $5 Joe Grant, picked up on Aluminum street last night where he was lying in a pool of his own blood, and Pat O'Donnell, found groaning on the side walk opposite, were each fined $5 for fighting. Earl Stuhl slipped on the sidewalk last night and broke a window. He was arrested, but whsn he explained conditions to the court he was Imme diately released. A COMMON VARIETY. "What is the poetry of motion?" "The kind that is always going from mu» editor to another." :: kl ■n > / —don t he content with taste alone You had to he up to lately. Eut not any more. Because this new Chesterfield Cigarette not only pleases the taste hut, in addition, gives smokers a nerv kind ofeigarette enjoyment— Chesterfields let. you /enow you are smoking Whey "SATISFY"! And yet, they're mild! The blend is what does it—the new and skilful proportioning of the pure, natural Imported and Domestic tobac cos. And the blend can't be copied. TryChesterfields. Today. ry, / J» & w m, w/ XT' i% m 4 20 fôrl 0 <> % Xs cr Chesterfield CIGARETTES of IMPORTED and DOMESTIC tobaccos-Blended _ They "Satisfy"! Uio STREET NO MORE — Council Finally Passes Resolu tion-Police Woman Ques tion Again Tabled. The dav> of the Main street funerals are ov. f\ as decided Iasi night at . meeting of th** city council when the bill suggested by the Lutte Advertis ing club passed its third reading. The council took its action on the ground that funerals interrupted traffic and arc a danger In case of fire The resolution received much oppo sition and has been delayed many times. For the second time during the life of the present council the effort to se cure a policewoman on the Butte po lice force was frustrated last night. The matter was postponed indefinitely. The council voted to instruct the street railway «om]»an\ to remo»*- the t j J Enthusiastic Praise for Well Known Kidney Medicine I have not found a medicine for the past fifteen years to compare in value with Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root In the troubles for which it is recommended. According to re ports received from those who have used it I am confident that it is a meritorious remedy and specially fine in rheumatic cases. Very truly yours, V. V. FARRAR. Druggist. Sept. 21. IMS. Oxford. N* «ska. Letter to Dr. Kilmer &. Co., Binghamton, N. V. Prove Whet Swamp-Root Will Do For You. Bend t- cent# to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y , for a sample else bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable informât!' telling about the kidneys and Madder. When writing be eure to mention the Butte Dally Poet. Reg ular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles for aale at all drug store*. >rmation booth located f. corner «>f i'ark and M nager J R. Wharton ot ty has already .stat*«] th uply with the order Imrr mother order was issue* .et rar company f<jr the tracks on Florence ave iate thn flood condition fion. An explanati'Jii wa rati« î -d agains i because y. It wa t that when the pres« took charge the wur j grade on Florence s J one-third completed »nt administrât k «»f « hanging Mu La vho plai granted at rjf ubsen- e in Butte by April 22. wa additional 10 days' leave Alderman Foltz was gra for SO days. He has b* Walla Walla, Wash., be » in his family. MARSHALL FIELD III. ENLISTS AS A PRIVATE I I j î April 1H arshali Field j richest young, York today t«« ; * First Illinois j 15 a month ! ç man of m> Hi., one of America men. arrived from N enlist as a private in cavalry. He will dra "l believe every y« age, 23, should enlist.' he said. "M> wife thinks as I do There is a lot of fia g raising in New York, but more r-al lecruitimi is being done tn the middle west. "1 think the young men of the coun try will do their duty, but there 1« no doubt that conscription Is the fairest and most efficient method of raising an army." DIVIDE ROAD IS NOW OPEN TO TRAFFIC The county road between this city and Divide is once more open for traffic. The commissioners had a force of men and machinery at work on this road for some time In places snow drifts to a depth of six feet had to be shoveled out and authomobilea going over the road yesterday had to pass between banks of snow over six feet high. The road is now In Jair condi tion. THE BUTTE DAILY POST POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS I I FIVE BUTTE TEACHEfiS All Will Have Special Subjects in the Educational De partment. Th-r- w.ll l,e rive Hutte tea'her., -n '•-he Starr for the summer session at the «'nlvemltj of Montana Missoula, Juna is t'. July _'T, according to the ..ffloial program which has been received here. The Lutte f .o hers are Superintend ent W L Maddock. H L. A B Prin cipal Bruce l: Millikin. B K B.S., «»f t! »• Butte high. Miss Jeanette Ezekiels. MA. formerly profeasor of education ;«ud dir- -tot of training department, Drake university Miss Emil;. Lyman. l>!pervisor of kindergarten, and Miss \V. Smith, primary department Ail will l*e repreae* ted on the special ed .ration course for the summer The «-du vill in« i .de 14 THE POINT. "(utting down to brass tacks ••'i.i c,n. rnll> up." Combing Won't Rid Hair of Dandruff The only *»-r* way to get rid of dan druff is to dissolve it, then you destroy It entirely To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon: apply U at night when retiring; nee enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gent ly with the finger tips. Do this tonight, and by morning, most if not all. of your dAndruff will be gone, and three or four m.^re ap plications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it. no matter how much dan druff you may have. You will find. too. that all itching and digging of the scalp will stop at once, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better You can get liquid arvon at any drug store. It Is inexpensive and never fail* to do the work.