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_ Best Habit The World Le habit of health, [way to get it U to i your bowel«, g h the liver, to act rally, at a fixed , every day. I one pill regularly re only if necessary) I you aucceed. Then can atop taking a, without trouble or pyAnce. a been the good-healtK f»0 year«. farm Sfgnmturm Lleei fee«*« often show the * of Iron In the blood. tor's Iron Pills Mil help this condition. l< MB QUALITY -NO-LAC |N AND VARNISH coat. Just the thing scars and scratches furniture, woodwork and floors. AND «Or tans DELL'S lint Helps Make 11'ainlinK Kasy [West Park St. * • rnnrk. »a Liu a* the end All k indu of Mol*«. Black. IItown, an«l Hairy rured • > i-* it u 1th th«- ibis of every kind cured RUSSELL CHUBB VA YR'S rlul Remedy for \CH TROUBLE »lose convinces, Drag company and reliable druggists. tly Fresh Eggs frits, delivered twice Ihe year round. Phone Snnnyslde Poultry Farm, Park. James A Canty. AT FRISCO TU NT JO A RECORD hi* ", June 1 —For the first > the \alue of one 1 * f tv into the i»ort of San Tn« »re tl an $20.000.000. incomplete figure» for the • announced today by Customs J. O. Davis. Im < n eeded in value those previous month by $5, «aid. It*»; Increase« in imports |^in rubber and copra, other showing substantial *>m» officials assert the un import* are due to ef war and to efforts to r .T« 1«efore the new tariff increased duties goes into ANNIVERSARY. ' niversary of the cumins • v c °ok to th« First Baptist • celebrated by the con - evening with a apodal business aeaaion. A full made of the debt -reduc - during the paat year ■ FOR ait on Mick's "Original ilted Milk YOU Sum Mc» 10 RUSH PAVING M STREET Council to Consider Resolution at Meeting Wednes day Night. That no time will he lost by the e.lty council in actinK upon the petition of Park street real dents for street Im proverneniN wua Indtcated last night, when the petition waa turned over to the street and alley committee und in »truetton» given for a report next Wedneaduy night. City Knglneer fckl Kune declared he will lake action Im mediately and hope« to have the street Improved before fall. "It'H m MiieHtion of muterhtl," he «aid "1 would like to see the resolution acted upon as noon un possible (light now cities all over the country are having troubles in obtaining the neuen nary paving materials. We should lone* no time If we expect to have the street improved thin year." More than 80 per rent of the prop erty owners on Park street signed the petition. They wish that bltullthl» will he used as a cover for the granite I docks. It is understood, however, that if their desire an to the form of pav- I Ing stops competition to such an ex tern that the price will ^e raised, an other form of paving similar to bltu llthle. ma> be considered. II in understood that property own ers along other streets in the down town distric t are getting busy and that petition« for the paving of Main, 11roadway and Granite streets will he turned over to the mayor within .» r ew days. RESENTMENT TOWARD TEUTONS IN NORWAY Christiania, May 6. (Correspondence of the associated preen.) Several re cent happenings have served to em phasize the anti-Herman feeling which manifests itself predominately these* days In the press and In public ex pression in Norway. One of these was the widespread de mand for the cancellation of the en gagement of the Berlin philharmonic orchestra (under Arthur Nikiseh) to Play here on May II. Even the news paper Morgenhlad, which hitherto had been friendly In its attitude toward Germany, protested in u very satirical article against a German institution like this intruding on Norwegian hos pitality at a time uhen Ngruogian ships are l>eing torpedoed by the hun dreds and Norwegian sailors engaged | in their eountr>'s trade were being] killed by the Germans. I > ' 1 by the Germans. M'LENNAN ACQUITTED OF WHITE SLAVE CHARGE »Kennelt McLennan, who waa on triai before .Bulge John V. Dwyer yester day on a charge of violating the Pon lan white slave act, was acquitted by the jury last evening after a short de liberation. Tiie evidence was not con sidered sufficient to warrant a con viction. The defense did not put in any testimony. COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT FOR MONTH The report for the month of Mav of bounty Treasurer John J Harring ton was filed with the county commis sioner* yesterday afternoon. The ro cHpts for the month wer#* $74.070.02, of which $9,000.60 wan received from taxes and S9.:*49 from licenses. The balance on hand on the first day of the month was $194,446.14. SPAIN TO SEIZE"WHEAT EN ROUTE TO SWISS Bilbao, Spam. June 1 (vie Paris.— According to new« received from Mad rid the government ha« ordered the seizure of a cargo of Argentine wheat on board the »reamer Rosario which arrived here Wednesday. The cargo was consigned to Switzerland by way of Gelte. The Spanish «abinet, the Advice» state, maintain» that it is entitled to take over the wheat to meet the need» of Spain. COTTON CONDITION IS FAR BELOW NORMAL Washington. June 1.—The condition of the cotton crop on May 25 was 69 5 per cent of a normal, compared with • 77.5 last year. In 1915, 74 3 In 1914 ' and 79.1 the May 25 10-year average. ! the department of agriculture an j noun« ed today in Its first report of ; the season. The acreage planted to cotton will not be announced until j July. A RECORD MONTH FOR MARITIME INTERESTS New York. June L—May stands as a record month in the expansion of Amerh-an maritime interests, accord ing to statistics made public today covering amounts of authorized capi tal stock of new shipping and ship building corporations organized. The aggregate capital Issued in May was I47.490.04HV of which nearly $43.000 090 was for shipbuilding alone. BOY SCOUTS WILL HAVE BIG OUTING The members of Troop No 1 of the Boy Scouts of Butte will hold their first annual outing on June 30. They will spend eight days at Lake Madbmn in charge of Rev. G. W. Thomas, the scoutmaster. On th* eighth «lay they wlH take a 30-mil« hike and take the train from NorHs to Butte. The bord are excitedly awaiting the great eveflt. FIRST WORK ON Y. M. C. A. BUILDING SET^FOR JUNE 6 High officials of the state and city YOUNG ORPHAN GIRL How She Wu Cured. Had Headaches, Dizzy Spell«, I Awful Pains, Could Not Work. Pittsburgh, Pa.—*'I am an orphan (rirl, and when only seventeen years old hail to aupport myself, bat 1 would hsve such tick spells even month that 1 would hava to stay at home from work, and 1 could not af ford to do it. I also had headaches, dlt zy spells and a pain in my aids. My sla ter told me how much Lydia E. Pink ham's V eg» had helped her, so I The result is 1 am I table Compound > began taking It. ' now in good health and never lone a day 1 from my work, and you may publish my letter to show other Yrirls the rood Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound will do. " — Miss Mariu SCHMELTZ, 84 Gardner St, Troy Hill, N. S.. Pittsburgh, Pa. This good old root and herb remedy bss proved unequalled for periodical suffering of young women ; it contains what is needed to restore healthful con ditions. Write the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass., for free advice if you need it Carloads of New Merchandise have been arriving almost every day during the past month. Our floor space is crowded to the limit, also our Warehouses. We Are Overstocked —IN ALL DEPARTMENTS and to reduce cargo we are selling all kinds of new furni ture and floor cover ings at specially low prices—its to your advantage to buy now. ftECHSLI vr(OXLEY)l 42 W. Broadway will attend the formal digging of the first foot of earth to mark the excava tion of the site of the Y. M. C. A. building for Butte on June I. the an niversary of the dedication of the first Y. M C. A. building In 1844. In the event that Governor Stewart will be unable to attend Mayor W. H. Ma loney will have the honor of turning the first sod. It is planned to have a public demonstration on the occasion. In which the school children will prob ably be invited to take part. A POTATO CLUB. Ran Francisco, Cal., Jun*» L- Fifty employes of the municipal street rail road have formed a potato club and have planted two acres adjoining the <ar hams. The use of the ground was donated. THE POST FOR THE NEWS Congestion of Kidneys ! ! ! 1 I I I j I j Is indicated by pain over region of kidneys and following the passages to the Irritated bladder. A constant and pressing desire for urination; the se cret ion scant v. highly colored and sometimes bloody "Then the consti tutional symptoms are often head aches, eyes bloodshot and burning, slight nausea, sometimes vomiting nervousness and general discomfort. It 1 « wholly wrong to neglect such condi tions when cas be obtained of aay druggist—for their action is to eliminate congestion, alley inflammation, destroy bacteria and restore normal, natural secretions. HAVE RELIVEDED THOUSANDS Sold by ail druggist«. AUSTIN ELECTED TO COUNCIL J Choice of Seventh Ward Re ceives Support of City Council. mus» niuht» ago » nd A 11 »t In ni«j»t v >UH < f the »evera »♦•«•kin^ th® offte e. Mr Austin 1» «lemorra "I art gl.id to be a rm ncrord Ifihe« of the Seventh elected t«. u position 1 tiiiK held I Krank I. (Ik«*y) Au»tin, in nne« with the nrd voter», w in the city council at la Ht night. Many friend» of the new l«b*r man were on hand an«J applauded when he wu« e«< -orted to the chair Ire will occupy for the next two year». Austins election to the city council entahliHh«» a precedent. Heveral week» ago A hiermit n Foltz resigned. In the p»»t when un alderman resigned the council choMo lit» HO C— or. . Tlmt was the pro« «»dure planned in the Seventh ward « a»e, but Mayor Maloney j M ,t hi» foot down and declared the people of the Seventh ward should decide for them«elve» a« to who should represent them. eeting wuk held dminlMfratlon," he ««id. 1 feel that he people will remember for some time to come the administration of Mayor Maloney. I nrn well pleased to ENTERTAINMENT BY SUN DAY SCH OOL TOTS Program Will Be Given June 3 by Lowell Avenue Church Sunday School. The children of the Blinda? h* bool tit the Lowell Avenue Methodist Kpiaco cburch will take part in u literary »»nd musical pro grain to be given in the church Hunday morning in honor «if "Children's day," which 1» cele brated throughout the < mm try by the Methodist episcopal chur«-heu on June 3 of each year. The entertainment Ih called "The King'« Garden" and th< program will lie a m follows: "The Children's Hosanna." by all of the children; song, "Children'« Day," Lucille Hexroad; announcement by Superintendent Nepper. recitation. "The King'« Garden." Margaret Hurt; recitation, "The Butterfly Flower," Virginia Ever in g hum; recitation, "The Forget-Me-Not," by Lawrence Dude; Hong, "Flower Children." Madallne and Doris Gruber; recitation. "How Bird« and Flower« Play," Stella York; rec itation. "The Fulda« » Care," May Scott; solo, "birds and Butteiflie«," ( ma Halverson. The cradle roll exercise« for those children too young to ko to Sunday school will be as follows: Presenta tion of flowers by Elizabeth lioagiand and Ma«iMline York; recitation, "A Blessing for the Blessed," Don« Brorn • nd Pearl Conyers; solo. "The Cradle Roll Lullaby," Herma Pounds; a story. "The Coming of the King," Corine Ducie; recitation. "My Heart I« God's Little Garden." Charles Maher, pian«) selection by Clark Fischer; recitation, "Weed« and Bees," Bessie Cochran, recitation. "Everybody Busy," Mildred Maher; solo, Catherine I>elghton; of fering speech, May Manual; dialogue, "Paupers In the World,** Violet Hmith, Mabel Leighton, I>orüi Wearne. Edith Cochran and Ceclile Otin; recitation. Mother Hearts in the Garden.*' Helen Htenghmd and Irma Omen; solo. Miss Tretheway: recitation, "No Children's Day," Mildred Gruber; solo. "The World's Children," Breda Findley, ac companied by I>oris Westman; bene diction At the evening service Edward Maunder« Will deliver the sermon and another musical program will be given CONFLICTS OF AUTHORITY ARE GRADUALLY SETTLED Petrograd. June 1 (via London).— The conflict between Vice Admiral Koltchak. commander-in-chief of the Black sea fleet, and the Founcll of 8<»ldlers' and Workmen's delegates has been settled, the official news agency announces, the admiral remaining at his post at Sebastopol. The govern ment commissioner at Kronstadt has resigned as a result «>f declarations by the Council of Roldtersf and Work men's delegate- that It was In sole au thority over Kronstadt, the defending Perr..gra«L RANCHER INJURED. Do\e Trueman, a rancher of the Wiw River district, was «lightly in jured about the head when the car which he was drivtna unset on the road between Rocker and Silver Bow ia«t night. There were also three women and a vouna girt in the car at the time The little girl auat&lr.ed a t-adly cut finger. The «teering ap paratu* became unmanageable when the car struck a bad piece of road fortresa Yob Nm 4 a Sfrâf Laxative. Dr. King'« New Ltf* p,:'g V|I | move the accumulated wähle« at win ter from your intestine«, the burden of the blood Get that sluvglah spring fever feeling out of TO «r system, brighten your eye. dear sour complex ion. Get that vim and arap of good purified healthy blood. Dr. King's New Life Pill* are a non-gr.plng laxa tive that aid* natures proven, try them tonight At an drogglota tie — A IN SURE ENOUGH. *1 vee the surface of road, i, planned, scarified, rolled and made ready for u»e in a single trip over them of a machine that a Pennsylvanian ha* invented.* *That*« »11 right, but what I'd like lo know I«, how do the hen* know the road* are ready for use first 7 Backache— Rheumatism— Gout— It U now aiterltd with Côhfîdfflcê that these painful effects due to uric acid in the system are entirely eradi cated. A new remedy, called Anuric, has been discovered by Dr. Pierce, which is many times more potent than lithia, and is the cause of a drainage outward of lise uric acid with which it comes in contact within the body. It w»U ward off backache headache, and the darting pain* and aches of articular or muscular rheumatism—of those dis eases which are caused by too much uric acid, such as gout, asthma, sciatica, renal calculus. Anuric prolongs life because old people usually suffer from hardening and thickening of the walls of the arteries, due to the excess of uric acid in the blood and tissue*. Anuric can be obtained in 60 c and $1.00 packages at the principal drug stores in town. PROMINENT WOMEN EN DORSE OUR STATEMENTS. Missoula, Mont—"At the time I was passing through middle life the doctors said I could not possibly live. They could \ nnn do nothing for me. ,7A* Finally I began M r: * ***' taking Dr. Pierce's ~J,n Favorite Prescrip- ÊÆ tion and took bottles of it. Then 'yfi I was satisfied that 1 was a well wom an. I am now as strong and healthy as METROPOLITAN MARKET 119 EAST PARK STREET The Place to Bay Your Freib ■nd Salted Meats, Poultry, Butter and Eggs Always the Beit on Hand. Price* Right. Come and See Us. Material for repairing watches ha« advanced the aame a« everything elae. But we repair watrhea at the um« old price. Pricea the lowest. H. P. Z I EG LASH, Boom 121 Pens aylvanla block. POSTPONED CHINEE OF PASSENGER STATION Owing to the condition In which Montana «treet will be while It Is be ing paved and a la« k of adequate ' transportation facilities from the f\ M&fitP. railway station to town, the Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway Company will n«*t «hange its present passenger station until further no- , tice.— Adv-, AGUINALDO'S STAFF OFFICER IN PHILIPPINE WAR ISJJ. S. PRIVATE Boston, June 1.—J«j«eph C. Queve«lo, who wra* adjutant to Aguinald«* in the arme«! resistance tf* American author ity in the Philippine Manda in 1900. today enlisted um a private in the C'nlted atat»-« army , 1 ' ! • I STRIKE MOVEMENT IN PARIS DYING OUT Paris. June 1.—The «trike move- j ment in Pari* ia now on the wane. Of j 40 rlaa.se« of working people that were out on «trike yesterday 21 have ob tained sansfa. tion for their demand* , and will return to worv today. Only 12 new trades, on the other hand, joined in the «trike mo.ement. HIVE Mil HMR I* ,, ,, _ Z . . | I Don t USC Dy6S-RCStOrC Nat-'"'-' ural Color With Healthful Remedy—Money Back Guar onfaa __ I Nobody like* to use dangerous, dirty, sticky dyes, but no one want* to have gray hair nowadays . No on* needs to If your hair is gray ail over, or Just retting gray or streaked with grav— or if It is faded out and lifeleas - s:m ptT get a bottle of Q-Ban Hair folor Restorer This la a harmless liquid, all ready to use I. , --- tb* limit by the makers (U K nf • faction or your money back ver, .impie, healthful w,v ' satis I brings >«<* the naturärVömr ,0"^',' i or faded hair, erenlv ,nd ! fad«d hair, evenly and gradual! <•0 no one can tetli Simply apply Q-Hun Hair Color Restorer like a shampoo and have beautiful. soft, lustrous hair In abundance and with never again a streek of gray Tou will be simply delighted with your look of youth and rigor. Remember g -Ran is not a patent medicine, not a dve. Its work 1a certain, safe and perma nent Only Mr at the Xewbru Drug Co. and all good drag stores, or write Hessig-KHis Drug Co.. Memphis. Term., mentioning druggist's name. Illus trated. Interesting book on "Hair Cul IBr *" sent free. Try Q-Ran Hair Tonic, Q-Ran IJquid Shampoo. Q-Ran Toilet Soap, also Q-Ran Depilatory ■ odorless y for removing superfluous hair.—ABv. as HMD WORK FOR EMBRYO OFFICERS Hardening the Men in Train ing at the Presidio to Become Officers. Ban Francisco, June 1. The 2,600 men mobilized at lit«« Presidio military reservation here, where they are tak ing a three month«' intensive couiho of training to fit them for «-onimlmions in the new (United 'Hinte» army, arc* in their third week. During tirât time only M0 men have dropped out of the game. This 1» only u slight fra«-lion over 1 per «ent and I» considered nil excellent «bowing when it In taken info consideration thaï the men now nre living u life the routine ol which 1« revolutionary to that which they have been accustomed all their lire«. The dejsirted 80 were retired for va rious reason». A few were found to be physl« ally unable to »Lund up under the »train of the grind. Home w n»ked to leave for the reason that I fulled to show sufficient enthuftfarm and interest In their work. < it! were excused because of vital dome or husincMM exigencies which «in nd v 1 1 i « 1 1 It igr, Three Shots in the Arm. Th#* remaining 2, «70 men no - * "In* over the err«., I« „r Die I nj.hylHXls «hol I s [iholrt Immun fit waa s.ilijf « ted. "| 'eel In* prêt tv rottao la Ihe individual and rollective phyeial nridition Just ; t th«* moment. ThlH Is enernl througl «.ut the entire ramp. 1 ven th« strong est and Htuifl iest have willed more or l« »s under the influem-e of th«- third and last »hot In the ar n When the «*ffe« t» of thiH wear off In a da» or h * the men wMl . (TTTr. Time amp > early days of th* r.Hpltal corp w a t ud took cognlzan' « ill« and hti Sore finger Duo day off. Blister—fine day off Medium «1 to boil- -tin«* «lay off Large boil -Two da - « #,ff Charley horse One da . oil Eliminating' Sympathy. »liver linings ntlftary grind to the dark « lo ' , One isn t mipp «»»ed to have sore finger» or blist •rs an v more, and If or » 1 have th em, «>r e !» flup;iO»ed to fi' tenth hard* rie<j by this time 0 take tint of so«*h tri lallties. Or r.if, Ujnalii surprises are xpr tng on n in jf'ler tfi determine Ju>t how fa they have progressed in th« \ arious line» of preparednesM The « ommar dlnn off!« er of the h eve nth « ompan v Hiirj rlned his men a lay or so afro »y fekipplriK inspe« tion ar d tak ins Die rnen on a four-hour march through the ♦and. Several m •mber» of the ora pa ny are reported tr ha ve passed he aft ernoon in bed re« « vering from tf e »on »rise Notwithstan 'ling the grind th* •re are many thinK» of a humorous nature j j • , constantly occurring which kc-«.p the m'n in g'»od spirits. A high privat» in th#* Eleventh company was recently «•ailed to task for appearing at an In •| e«tion of arms with a dirty bayonet "I should think a dirty bay«*net would be much more effective aga.n't an enemy than an antiseptic one," he remarked lat*-r to a group of com pan. mat«*». Weeding Out. Beginning next Monday the officers in * barge of the «-amp plan to start « "weeding nut" process an d the knowledge «>f this fa't has served t«> heighten the tension among the men No chan« es will lie taken in tl»e matter of having men in command who are not thoroughly fitted in every wa% to assume the responsibilities which they will i,e compelled t«> undertake. FAVOR SETTING CLOCKS AHEAD ONE HOUR The Huttr High ftch<>o! Senate mem ber* favored setting clicks ahead one hour of the standard time from Nov. 1 to April l. according to the deei*.., n of the Judges In the weekly debate held | ta * # nlgfit- H Rockefeller. G McDon Nat-'"'-' an ' ! r rr, p* 11 appeared on the af IS K * n U. S £ n **» tiv * jud**« «■•«. pn nM ,i ® Millikin, IT. 5>tromb»rg and K , fir *y Maury Mlverwd an I ad dr«- -» on 'The Present War Situa f t km j CHICKEN FEED IS NOW PROHIBITIVE IN PRICE retaiuma. CaL. June 1 The feeding °f vegetables to chicken* a* a ^ chicked • _ by * lH ' Dltr ^ fancier of ' ,h " Ht} ' rh "- k * n f «'« d has I this city. i IT* *e_1° _^ N * t ' V . ,hat m * ny P«"Utrymen ! ?" ,h ' lr h * n * ,or ,h * »« ket instead if keep.ng them for *gg raising purposes The «jetables caa be raised by the poultrymen them a ■etve*. The diet of vegetables and greenstuff*. In addition to grains, will keep the hens healthy, .ay, the PLEASANT WAYS OF ADDING TO THE FOOD SUPPLY Auburn. Cal. June 1.—Rabbit hunt ing and trout fishing are two pleasant undertakings suggested by the North Fbrfc Game Protective Association of Auburn as a means of Increasing th* food ouprly Rabbit drives «re pro poaed to kill rabbits as meat for the needy families. A committee of tha Renew the Joy of Living Don't let ill health any long er rob you of life's pleasures. Get back your appetite, strengthen your digestion, stimulate your liver, regu late your bowels and im prove your blood by taking BEEIHMfS PIUS Their action is prompt and thorough, and you soon feel their benefits. You will eat more, work better, sleep sound er, and feel new strength after a short course of these depend able pills. They' restore healthy conditions, and soon Bring Health and Energy O ne • gVcfrtö ■ old ggace /ul ly • in ■ dependable • C^cunf-n ôhoef DR. RINCKEL THE DENTIST Over Clark's Baak CORNEE BROADWAY AND MAIN Lady Attendant Expert Watch Repairing—Watch cleaning, I1JI; mal nap rings, $1; both guaranteed for one year. B ROD IK, the Jeweler, Pewpie'a Theater building. 49 East Pa rk •treet. asso« iatlon is meeting weekly to dis cuss food production. PROSPECTORS GO OUT IN SEARCH FOR NEW METALS «leiden. Co*o„ June L—The war ia de- eloping < ertaio metal need« in the 1 ! .ted state« which offer an oppor 'unity for prospector* and miners who may know of new minera' depo«! ta, according to tea- ber* at the Colorado School of Vine*. f 'hlef among the veeded n étais are mo 1> den um. ara - nium. manganese platinum and ntckeL Among the non-metallic metals there is a great demand for clear, colorleas Pour mar. The srfcoo' has of'ered tta identlf ation service to prospectors who discover mlner*ais unknown to «hem. >; Ï3 V frh IhAi 4 mjM Be popular— . dear your skin with Resinol; ^-Soapl pocs a ptmplr, nnattraeme skin shut y«l oil from admiration and pleasant associations ? Each time you cleans* your «•ce »nth Resinol Soap yon five it a • ' beauty treatment ' ' with the socthinc, healing Resinol medj caBon. If aidad. In sever« cases, by a little Reainol Ointment, tikis amally leaves the compte xxw. riOy clear and fresh.