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SPECIAL BARGAINS
FOR CLEAN-UP WEEK
Buy now—every item listed spells econ
omy. Clean up your home, garden and
lawn. These are the
m
LARGE SIZE
CedarPolish
MOP
iDisiNFtrrs CmNSEf Polishes
PRICE
C EDa
and Can
of Cedar
Polish Oil
all for
65c
Best quality cedar polish mop in box with long handle and
one can of cedar polish oil. f* P'
all for........................................ b5C
New Mops for Stores, Homes, Offices
OR PUBLIC BUILDINGS. ALL COMPLETE
READY FOR USE
A fine grade mop and handle, known commer
cially as the "linen-finish mop. Complete with
patent mop handle.
Medium size, sale nn„
price is .........OUC
Small size, sale prie
is only...........
55c
Extra large size for hotels,
offices and pub- -| pT
lie buildings.. »0 I. • J O
Large size, for offices and
lobbies, sale price ^
Galvanized Water Pails, Slightly Water
Stained and Some Slightly Damaged
20c
10-quart size, on
sale for only ....
14-quart galvanized water pail:
for only ....................
GARDEN HOSE
50-Foot Garden
Hose on Sale to
morrow at $6.00
Poultry Netting
Heavy gauge, best
make poultry netting,
100 square feet for
75e
Everything for the
Garden at Very Small
Prices.
Garden Rakes 35c
Best make—the kind that
will give absolute satisfac
tion. Sale to
morrow at ...
12-quart size
sale for onlv ....
. on sale tomorrow
30c
40c
.,r
35c
Garden Hoes
Garden hoes with razor-like
finish; long handle; prb
sale tomorrow.....trW
GARDEN SEEDS
Vie sell Garden Seeds as we do everything else we handle,
at Cut Prices. Our seeds are all fresh new crop and among
the many varieties are:
Cucumber, Cabbage, Peas, Radish, Corn, Tomatoes, Lettuce.
Watermelon. Carrols, Beets. Beans. Onions—Get Shiners
prices on trarden seeds, he guarantees to save you money.
flïïïïTl n 1W sB i M d'iWM ;1 :
Sam Shiner, President and General Manager.
THE BRITISH PARTY
EN ROUTE TO AMERICA
Washington Arril 19. The state de
(tetment announced today that the
British oftlcial party coming to dis
cus* the war Is constituted as follows:
Arthur J. Balfour, foreign minister:
Kir Kri Drummond Mnlfom, M P.;
* • I' IKiIttk and G. Butler« icntouu 1
•taff: Roajr Admixai Kii 1 »udlty I; s
de «'hair. Pa master Vint ent I^awfort,
Disfiguring Growths of
Hair Entirely Removed
( Sew Method Re i
nd Ali »
If you are afflicted with a growth « .f !
superfluous hair, go to your druggit-t at
once, get a «tick of phelaotine, follow th»
simple Instructions—and have the pleas
antest surprise of your life! With your
own eyes you will see ihe hair come out.
roots and all—Instantly, easily, k:.\,ng'
your skin smooth and hairless us »
babe's. Phelactine ie not to he compared
with the unual depiiatorv or electrical
methods. It Is new and different. It ■*.
odorless, non -irritating, and so harmless
a child could aafelv ent It. So efficacious j
It is always sold under a money-back I
guarantee. *
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Jen. G. Bridges, Capt. H. H.
•r-Clay and l»ord Cunliffe, gov
of the Bank of England.
STREET CARMEN STRIKE
IN NEBRASKA CAPITAL
Lin r.'n, N\ j., April 19.—About half
of rhe < » ndu« U >rs and motor men joined
the strike declared last midnight
ai:d irregular service was being
given on most of tin lines over town.
Strikers claim that 100 out of 170
work«j r s have joined their ranks. No
violence ho» been attempted, but the
rr.c-n staged e para.'t arid denionstra -
tiGU early th.s morning.
The met; demand an increase in
wages and recognition of the union.
new trial granted.
Thr supreme court in the cane uf
the State acainst W. W. Merk, charged
with the sh.K.tlnu of Jamea Kinir at
Virginia City, haa reversed the Judg
ment Uf the lower court and ordered
the ease remanded for a new trial.
Main springs $1.00, guaranteed. May
er, lowest priced Jeweler In Montana.
21 West Park.—Adv.
Subscribe for th« Butt« Dailv Post
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THE COUNTRY DRY
Leading Prohibitionists Discuss
Measure to Curtail the
Liquor Traffic.
The Post** Washington Bureau.
tlie United Ktnt
«•ratit h of
many inemliers
some time
■ Senators Borah
Jone* »
.»f Washington a
• M of low»i
have been holding fi
conferciHi
SB to perf«*ct logis!
rhich. if
passed by congre
go a l«'»ig
way toward curtalll
Idaho,
Kenyc
ouent
tion v
would
the honor trull
cardinal featu
Their plan has
as follows:
1. The establishment
of a t
closed
area around every militai
y and
naval
camp where men are trail
ted for
serv
ice Within this area, \
vhlch
would
embrace u wide rtUUua. s;
»loons
would
be abolished and Intox!«
would be prohibited.
»tin« li
.(junrs
H. The inipoMltlo
vhlskey and beer a
vhlch. whllo it woi
ve. would be rosi
amo time yield a
enuc.
3. Tlu
absolute
shipment
of Intoxlca
used foi
beverage |
state to
another.
1 Wayne
B Wheelet
torney a
nd general
A nti-Sal<
>on League
just give
i out a sta
in the p
esent situs
how, In
he opinion
that org
anization,
taken at
»nee to curl
now that
the United
of n heavy tax on
d other intoxicants
id not bo prohibit -
•ictlve und at the
considerable rev
probibit Ion of the
it in« liquors to be
purposes from one
i* of Columbu*. nt
ccunsel for the
of America, has
tement of interest
atlon. ns it shows
of the lenders of
steps might be
> the liquor trame,
States is In war.
'he statement says:
"Pour methods are provid
nnstitution which authorized leglski
the
c\ measure
This method
and the r
nking purp»
vhlch may
and sale
s used to
ch lndus
oplum for
s no limit
on liquor
r 'rules
the p.
t lie
er of
govern]
migr
regulation for land and naval forces
under article 1. sections R to 14 of the
constitution, authorizes laws prohibit
ing the sale of liquor in military and
naval stations, or for certain dis
tances around them. Congress has
established dry zones around Indian
reservations and the supreme court
has sustained this legislation.
"There seems to he no limit in on
cross in extending the zone around
such territory used for military pur
roses
One rcsol
»t lor
already
has
been
nil
odueed In oong
•ess along
this
line n
' d
another pr
ohU
itc the sale ol
liquor
in
a military
tra
ining cam;
or
to n
er^
on In unlfc
rm.
"Th
r«l
the intersta
o commerce
clause
construed by
the
supreme ct
urt.
gi\ es
congress pow
u* t
o provide
th 0
most
ml
into direct
Ions
of Inters
ate
»•ommero
It haf
un
limited po
wer
over
i tu
ors which
m«»N
e between
the
"Fo
irth. the prof
mhl
' of the »
nn
stttut
on
sets forth
the
purpose of
th«'
fed er:
1
government
to
'promote
the
gener
il
velfare.'
krtlo
e I. sectio
i 8,
of th
»institution
gi
VOS pow PI
to
congr
"»SS
to provid«
f»»r
the 'common
defon*
uni genera
welfare.' "
Mom he
rs »»f cong
ress
who favo
r a
cross
cut
method
Df 1
ringing al
out
1 rohU
its
>n, or net
ir-p
ohibition.
de
dare that the opportunity is now at
hand. The cumbersome method of
i o . Using the constitution In the regu
l .r way, which would require ratifica
tion by three-fourths of tin* state leg
islature:: is to be sot aside while a
try-out Is to be made of emergency
war measures in securing the same re
suit without delay.
RUSSIAN EXILES WILL
RETURN TO COUNTRY
Copenhagen. April 19 (via London).
The German government has granted
permission to a second delegation of
Russian exiles to return to Russia
from Switzerland. This time 15 so
ldai revolutionists of the extreme radi
cal type will be repatriated. The first
exile delegation were social democrats
of a milder persuasion. The 15 exiles
are headed by Xathanson, who, next to
Frime Kropotkin, is the oldest Rus
sian revolutionist of prominence.
Xathanson was one of the leaders in
the original revolutionary party of
the people s will." While Kropotkin
was a nihilist Xathanson and his col
leagues are extreme peace apostles.
WOMAN BECOMES "
ATTORNEY AT 71
I Ann Arbor. Mich Mrs. Betsy Todd
»Lee. 71 \eurs old and English born,
has just taken out her fust naturalisa -
' tion papers. She w ill be more than
j 73 > ears old when she gets her final
papers and becomes a citizen of the
i United States.
At the time of life when most wom
en are content to he just grandmoth
ers, Mrs. Le»* is finding time for many
things a busy \»>uth and middle age
j denied. At 71 she has Just completed
a course in law. having the distinction
of being the oldest woman to be grad
uated in law in this country—also with
the satisfaction »»f knowing that never
but once did her marks fall below 85
on a marking basis of 100 Tor perfec
tion.
1 may never practice law," says
Mrs. Lee." but if we women get the
we shall need to know many
things about the laws. There arc*
enough men voting now who know
nothing about law, and not much about
any thing else."
THE BUTTE DAILY POST
POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS
BRINK HOT WÜTER
WITH MEALS TO STOP
Thousands uf un furl i
almost daily from d> ,
fermentation, sour, an
lente. gases or distn-b
to catarrh of the stoma
only form the agn, i
drinking before »ach i
hot water containing
pure hisuraled niagn*
stomach there is
bl« od BUpplj. all
ment and sour lu
place. A glass of
will draw the bio
promoting secrett
neela further he I
tint! tile food
Easy, natural
Il H"
It tlU!
..f the
flclent
» f«r
l ii l * li Is
. thus
action
hering
III not
out dlstr
sought. BIsurated Magnesia is
laxative, Is harmless, pleasant an
to take and can lx obtained fro
local drugc.isi. Do not fuse I
Magnesia with other forms or ma,
milks, citrnies, etc., but net it
pure blsurated form (powder »»r t
especially prepared for this pun»
STOP THAT COUGH
With
8 8 8 0
Four Eight ^
COUGH SYRUP
Price 50c at the
Galaxy Drag Co., Inc.
343 East Park Street
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SUBMIT BIDS FOR
FIRST UNIT OF THE
DEACONESS HOSPITAL
Bids for the construction of the first
unit of the proposed Deaconess hos
pital were opened yesterday. They will
be acted on at a meeting of the trus
tees to be held next week. The bids
follow: Hugh Johnson, $16,500; Man
ley & Wortman, $16,S!»7; Clifton, Ap
plegate, Toole & Bo
P. Cribble, $17,1)93:
$ 18.250; Sound Const
$20,870.
MT.287; J.
je Smith,
PROWLERS ENTER SENATE
COMMITTEE ROOM AT NIGHT
Washington, April 19.—Capitol po
lice discovered today that the door of
the senate committee bn naval affairs
had been forced during the night.
Clerks in the committee room after a
hurried examination said no papers
were missing and Senator Swanson,
the acting chairman of the committee,
said there was no confidential informa
tion In the room.
O
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"Just What
I Want!"
"Give me cake made
with Calumet—1 know what
I'm getting — I know it*»
pure, wholesome, nourishing,
tempting and tasty.
"It's ail in Calumet*s won
derful leavening ami raising
power—its absolute purity.
Dm Calumet for uniform
results and economy."
Received Highest Awards
Km Coci E»d Frtt—
S" SU, im Ptumd Cau.
^»flNGWWOÖt^J
-SiJCAOO
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l
mm n were
! Government Was Forced to
Make Concessions to Secure
Resumption of Work.
»•i.ilist o
s. *•
.
• Mini-«
Ifi
.ini ami
>un
ein»
nt that
the Be
1 In
strike h:
s »
title»
A sett
lenient
vas
reached
» i t«
r u
n almost
iinanlm
MIM
(leclsion
b>
t lie»
metal w«u
ken* to
re •
b m< \ •
folio
wing the
grant ing
ni'
their pri
i. i.
ai »!
•mande.
Among
Hi
* COI
cessions i
mi de by
the
governm
•nt
are
compilant
e with
tile
demands
of
the
union loi
tlie est
ali
lishinent
of
» st;
tiding coi
imlssion
of
labor rej
res
enta
Les whic
i will h
| VC
a voice
n
the
food dis
rlbutlon
in
t t(
greater Berlin, a promise that strike
will not be punished by being
the front, explicit «insurances
qua to food ruth os and effectiv
tires agui.ist evasions of the foe
hit ions by the rich.
Incidentally the German
throw an interesting light ii|
m eura. \ of Remi-offlclal repo
v hi
tele
ed, for Instance,
t not been
graphed abroad de
tiie munition Industry 1
The Vorwjierts today, less
red by the censorship, heads its
it of the strike "Berlin Munition
rs on Strike."
paper says work ceased com
atforte
hampf
! plctely
on Monthly 1
al
out 300 muni
i tion j
lants and that 2
10,000
strikers
| report
•d to the met
»1
vorkers' union
' alone.
This num
»er
was
further
swelle,
by strikers
whr
falle»
to re
port a
nd by parti
■lpa
its il
other
trade
mlons. Amo
lgHt
these
figures
the official news In
ir»a
u in
i state
ment
isserted the n
uml
>or of
strikers
was a
»out 125,000.
refor
n school
s much
toril y
than In
the other
Mr.
. T. C.
Brock wa
Mrs.
L. J. Hi
niilton w
the i
leeting.
Miss R
sang
two sol»
s. accom
A1 ma
Giduz.
Mrs. H.
Mrs.
M. C. 11
ennigan
d« leg
»tes to
the state
Great
Falls.
MR. MADD0CK MAKES
APPEAL TO PARENTS ON
BEHALF OF STUDENTS
- !
Superintendent W. E. Maddock, in
an address delivered last evening ut
the meeting of the high school circle .
<>f the Parent-Teacher association, j
made a plea for the interest of the i
parents in the conduct of the child :
especially in direct relation to school
activities. He quoted examples to
show what might be accomplished ;
through home gardening by the school
children, a movement which has Just j
bocn started In Butte. Ilo spoke in!
f.avnr of schools which would instruct
children in the work they have to fol
low in after life and said It was a
shame that a boy must c»>mmit r I
crime in order to get the advantage
of the special courses now* provided in
more satisfac
' schools,
y presided and
us secretary cf
leanore Tenner
pan led by Miss
J. Torrence and
elected as
mention in
LATE SNOW IS GOOD
FOR WINTER WHEAT
" llilp Illl ' Into snnw iN a detriment
to the cattlemen it is a great aid to
the farmer who seeded his wheat lust
fall, according to Mayor M. S. Could of
Twin Bridges, father of the Gould rev
enue measure at the last leglslaure.
who was in Butte. In the ease of
spring wheat the late snow is not gen
erally wanted as it hinders early spring
operations. lie said that Madison
county has ubout 15,000 acres under
cultvution in wheat this year. He
added that the high price of potatoes
had inspired the farmers in the Madi
son valley to greater effort in culti
vating tubers this year. '
RESIGNATION OF GREEK
CABINET IS EXPECTED
I,ondon, April 19.—An Athens dis
patch says that King Constantine has
been in consultation with certain party'
leaders In connection with the impend
ing ministerial crisis. The king had a
I lengthy conference with the British
minister on Wednesday, this being the
lirst audience given to the British
representative since the attack on Brit
ish and French marines in Athens last
I I >ecember.
A dispatch from Athens yesterday
suid that the resignation of the Greek
I cabinet was impending.
SARAH BERNHARDT
IMPROVES SLIGHTLY
New York, April 19.—A bulletin is
sued this morning by the physicians
attending Ha sah Bernhardt said the
actress was resting comfortably and
that a slight improvement had been
noted In her condition. Madame Bern
hardt was operated on for an infec
tion of the kidneys Tuesday night.
YOUNG GUARDSMAN IS
SHOT FROM AMBUSH
Trent. N. J„ April 19.-A shot »red
from ambush mortally wounded Robert
I rice, IS years old. a private In the
I New Jersey national guard, who was
l u " du '> guarding a railroad bridge
near Ya rdvllle N. J„ early today.
PUBLISHER IS DEAD.
New York, April 19.—william Borri,
A NEW COMET.
1. enden, April 19 The discovery of
reported 0 "»!* 1 Z
Ve Remer despatch from
Melbourne, Australia.
I
r
is the only cereal
mode from DurantWhgp l
which is considerably more
nutritious than any other wW
lO
t
LOOK FOR THIS SIGNATURE
°7i
All Wheat
Ready to Eat
WE ONE-THIRD ON VOI R DENTAL
BILLS BY CONS I I TING
DR. DAVIS
THESE PRICES TF.11 THE
WHOLE STORY
■solid Gold Crowns......SLOO
Porcelain Crowns......S 1.00
'»ridge Work, a tooth S I.00
Silver Fillings ...... SLOO
Gold Fillings........SI.50 IP
•'till Set of Teeth. . SIO.OO
Ml Dental Work Guaranteed Per
sonally for Ten Years.
,ady Attendant
35-36 Owsley Rlock
PARK AM) M \IX.
IF YOUR WATCH
Needs Repairing
Bring it to the Old Reliable
Watchmaker
S. SAIER
660 Phoenix BIk., Butte
SONS OF VETERANS
WILL HAVE DRILLS
ON MONDAY NIGHTS
The Sons of Veterans will hold reg
ular drills every Monday night, com
mencing next wepk. The basement of
the courthouse has been secured for
this purpose, it was announced at the
meeting of the society last night. It
is expected to hove from 100 to 200
young men engaged in active drilling.
Tlie committee appointed to secure a
lavish display of the national colors
on local stores reported a satisfactory
response to their request. Commander
Guy L. Tyler was in the chair.
SEEKING JOHN BOYLE.
Attorneys in Washington. D. C., are
endeavoring to locate one John Boyle,
who served in Company P, First
United States infantry, and who was
last heard of in this city. Any per
sons who may happen to know any
thing concerning Boyle are requested
to communicate with Sheriff O'Rourke.
HELENA RABBI HERE.
Dr. Jacob L#evine of Helena will oc
cupy the pulpit in the Temple B'nal
Israel, Washington ami Galena streets,
at 3 o'clock tomorrow evening.
Doctor Tells How To Strengthen
Eyesight 50 per cent In Ont
Week's Time in Many Insta
A Free Prescription You Can Have
Filled and Uw at Home
Philadelphia, Pa. Do you wear glasses?
Arc you a victim of eye strain or other
eye weaknesses.' If so, you will be glad
to know that according to Dr. Lewis
there is real hope for von. Many whoss
ejos were failing say they have had their
e.es restored through the principle of
tins wonderful free prescription. One
man says after trying it: "I was almost
blind ; could not see to rend ut all. Now
I cun read everything without any glasses
and iny eye« do not water any more. At
tught they would pain dreadfully; now
thoj feel fine all the time. It was like
t0 me." A Indy who used it
•ays. ihe atmosphere seemed hasy with
or without glasses, but after using this
prescription for fifteen days everything
seems clear. I can even read fine print
without glasses. It i, believed that
thousands who wear glasses can now dis
aitd them in a reasonable time and mul
titudes more will he able to strengthen
their eye» so us to be spared the trouble
NEARLY ONE-THIRD
OF MALE STUDENTS
OFFER SERVICES
Nearly one-third «»f th<* male
»lents at the University < T WashingMl
bave enlisted foi
or navy, according t" statue
made this morning !•> \\'i:La«n M- •'
Ingale, a Washington .-tudent in
lng engineering, who : Hutte tt,,r
ing at one of the in in - x,r -
gale recently received \v«»rd l ro:n
alma mater to the effect that not li
the men but the women J
versity were offering t!icii servi ' t-!l ' '
the Phi Etappa Psl "
members have enlisted, he sWle •
JACOB M0ILLEN IS
GRANTED DIVORCE
The hearing of the y nt» teil «i
suit of Jacob Molllen against 1-1
Muillen, commenced bvt«»n* Ju °^ ^
Olernan yesterday morning. " ^ i
eluded last evening ami ' l , s(tf - 1
was given his divorce a ' 1 ' ,
of the child. In giving h»*- de ?*J - f ,
judge remarked that a marrie^ ^
an who goes to dances trvo o j
times a week with oth» r men » ;
ashamed of hers
and expense of ever getting Ï - - , g
troubles of many deecnpi"'V iM
wonderfully benefited by ■" „.jptu»!
simple rules. Here is the I . |lt i
Go to any netive drag »> or< î >rü ,, ut
bottle of Bon-Opto tablet». 4 ,»
Bon-Opto tablet in " ,i rf *1»
of wuter and allow to d'"* tf fool
this liquid bathe Ihe . f-'*' piur
times daily. - Yon should nonce Jtsrt
elear uji perceptibly right from Jirtpp- ij
eud inflammation will qua* ) even •
If your eyes are bothering P j M „rj
little, take steps to save tb> " , v Uaj
it is too lute. - M » n /., h Xv ' - 4
might have been saved it
for their eyes in time. . rf<t to *2
Note: Another prominent■ bh'* y. -MbJJ
.S. shoss mrti.-lp- wan »ubinittetl. »
t, w . another pron.inent . n>---..^ n ,^
the a bore article wan mhm H«*'>• coo»t'^J
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