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AND BLUES of More Serious Sickness. Park, 111. —"I am tiha children and have suf fered with female trouble, backache, nervous spells and the blues. My chil dren's loud talking and romping would make me so nervous I could just tear everything to pieces and I would ache all , ; over and feel so sick that I would not want anyone to talk es. Lydia E. Pinkham's mpound and Liver Pills re ' ealth and I want to thank iod they have done mo. I to a bit of trouble and docs not affect my youth "y friends say 'Y/hy do you and well ? ' I owe it all E. Pinkham remedies." . STOPIF.L, Sage Avenue, Park, Illinois. any symptom about which kc to know write to the ham Medicine Co., Lynn, -Ipful advice given free of ECIAL eek we are offering necessities at espe prices. to enamel re $16.00 cabinet .....$14.00 $3.50 avenport .. $40.00 ........$1.35 er gasoline ........$3.50 ........$ 2.00 11 sizes, sale or rent. er .........$5.00 Ich ..........$3.00 ........$ 2.00 .......$ 1.00 DISHES tiful 42-Piecc Set es Free With a 00 Purchase. old on easy weekly or payments. The store s you your dollars. opald Co. West Broadway. I THE NEW ALL PER Stock—25c Roll Up DELL'S Park—Phone 62 ■ Ich Repairing— -Waten 91.59; mainsprings, 91; ranteed for on« year, the Jeweler, People's building, 40 East Park street. R1NCKEL THE DENTIST « Clark', Bask BROADWAY AND MAIN Lty Attendant A FLYING SQUAD ETING TONIGHT ,on of a flying squadron, ♦Spanish War Veterans, it will be to take the * national guard In pa st ate, will be perfected at f Henry W. Lawton camp at the courthouse, Cham erce room. Organisations ture are being started all ntry. Tnwc ■ for ntd and Invalids LICK'S ORHUMAL ted.milk salted grain, in nowder form invaliJ^, ra ^£!ehadmn. upbuilding tke whole body, wag mothers M the aged, 'nan taa, c o ffe e , ate. . Requires no cooking. Cost YOU Sane Prie* til OUTE IS SET BT THE POLIC E BOH Patrolman Bernard Kihg Will Have a Hearing Tomor row Afternoon. Patrolman Bernard King:, against whom charges have been filed, will be tried bby the police commission to morrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, ac cording to the announcement made this morning by Chairman James T. Pinien of the board. King is alleged to have exceeded his authority by working a personal griev ance against the complaining witness. Mr. Finlen declared today there are several applications on file for Jobs : on the force. Flxaminations will be i held within a few days. CLARK GIVES WORDS OF PRAISE TO MR. JOHNSTON Alex J. Johnston, cashier of the W. |j A. Clark & Bro. bank of this city, com- j: pleted 40 years of service with the in- ; stitution yesterday. He was the re cipient of congratulatipns from a host | of friends but from none with sud» genuine s incerity and approval as from W. A. Clark, who sent the following \ telegram: 'Caliente. New, July 10, 1917. I "Alexander J. Johnston, Butte, Mont. i "Dear Alex: To the average mortal on this mundane sphere, 40 years j seems more than a lifetime. It is quite a bit, but our relations in the bank in all that time have been so de lightful, without a single jar or un pleasant word and your services have been so efficient and faithful, that I re joice to congratulate you as well as myself on these happy conditions and pray that good health and abundant and continual happiness may abide with you throughout the allotted period, which I hope may be four score and ton. Shake. Yours affectionately, "W. A. CLARK." KINGDON GOULD WEDS FORMER GOVERNESS in l TfinQdon Goulu Mrs. Kingilon Gould, whose mar age last week to the son of George J. Gould was a surprise to the fain ily, formerly was n governess in the Gould family. She was born In Arezzo, Italy, and prior to her marriage was Miss Annunziata Camilla Marla Luoci. Recently she has been studying art. She is 31 and the groom 29. GRAIN DEALERS MEET IN YELLOWSTONE PARK A number of Butte grain dealers to day are attending the annual conven- j tion of the Northwestern Grain Deal- | eis' association, which opened this morning at Mammoth Hot Springs In the Yellowstone National Park. The convention will last for three days. | Subjects of interest to the trade will be discussed by grain men from all | parts of the northwest. WARNING TO CANNERS PRICES MUST BE LOW Washington, July 11.—Canners of the country are asked to reduce prices j to as low a level as possible in a let ter sent them by Herbert C. Hoover, today, in which he warns that the out put of the home canners, swelled to . unusual proportions by reason of the , back yard gardening campaigns, may prove a serious embarrassment to the manufacturers in disposing of ; year's production. j ■There will be no difficulty In secur ing markets in staples, providing prices are low," says Mr. Hoover, "but If canners and Jobbers perklst In ask ing high prices, they will find retailers carrying these high coat goods on their shelves for years to come and a de pressed market for c anners' pr oducts. NOTICE. All members of looal union 65, I B E W. Special meeting July 11, • P : m , I. o. O. F. hall. B8 West Broadway.—Adv.__ H0, HUM I A Wild young man Is Robert Rye, He makes hie dad perspire; And others say that he's the guy Who put the s igh In sirs. Main springs M. guaianteed May er. lowest prlcsd Jeweler to Montana. »1 Wert Park.— Adv. _ ± GREAT I bargain! AT ! OECHSLII Overstocked i SALE $ 87.50 For a Three-Piece ; Parlor Suite Uphol | stered in Velour; It's Worth $105.00 ; Beautifully shaped ma ! hogany frame three-piece == : parlor suite, upholstered = i in velour; rocker, chair =E : and settee; all new and =E i worth $105 00. Over- = ; stocked saletfJQrf ro = ; price......4 eO\/ = := —. == 33 ^ —— 1 ^ == j | — 33 —— —il | == | == g J is j ^ — |^_ _ . 33 , — 53 — ; 53 j — — = Everything In the Store Reduced In Price, Except QUICK MEAL and WESCO RANGES. TENTS CAMP STOVES GARDEN HOSE ICE CREAM FREEZERS LAWN MOWERS HAMMOCKS CAMP STOOLS UPHOLSTERED COTS "we have" Eliminated Our Profits and Sacri ficed Our Buying Advantages and Reduced the Price of Every Article on the 6 Floors, ex cept Quick Meal and Wesco Ranges AECHSLI V (OXLEY) A OVERSTOCKED SALE 42-44 W. Broadway llIHUHIillllllillUIUIIIIIHIIIIIUI MAKE S APPOIN TMENTS Instructions Are Also Issued to Members of the State G. A. R. Commander Simon Hauswlrth of the department of Montana of the Grand Army of the Republic haa the follow ing appointments and instructions: "I, Simon Hauswlrth, department commander of Montana, grateful for the trust conferred upon me as your commander, shall faithfully dist harge my duties in said office. I hereby submit general order No. 1 for the fiscal year, giving the list of officers, etc. "Department commander, Sinr Ilauswirth of Butte; senior vice com mander, Ohurlos H. Cobb of Great Falls; junior vice commander, William Coleman of Deer Lodge; medical di rector, C. B. Miller of Somers; chap lain, F. Van Orsdel of Collins; council of administration, MaJ. R. C. Wallace of Helena, Benjamin Malhen of Hel ena. D. I. Brennemun of Bozeman J. P. McLain of Missoula, D. A. Wood ward of Great Fails; assistant adju tant general and quartermaster > eral, G. H. Frady of Helena; « hie staff, G. S. Shoemaker of Hutte; judge advocate general, Maj. K. L. Harnes; patriotic instructor, Charles Hlelen berg of Deer Lodge; mastering officer, John Marchion; chief aide-de-camp, E. L. Kellogg of Butte; delegates to the national encampment at Hoston, Aug. 20, ThomaB W. Williams o Butte and G. H. Bradv of Helena alternates, William Roney of Hillings und Charles Bielenberg ol Deer Lodge chief of staff, Charles S. Shoemaker of Butte." As assistant aides-de-camp to Chief Kellogg the following were appointed Amos Calvin, Helena; Morris Sharp, Missoula; Dan B. Hurts, Deer Lodge John Haine, Great Falls; William Roney, Billings; W. H. Matthew. Bore man; George Geer, Livingston; Jonas Heltzsl, Sheridan; C. H. West, Ana fonda; S. B. Paige, Virginia <'ity H. Yellrain, Dillon; E. K Gregg. Kal ispell; H. M. Lucas, Red Lodge. D. F. Goff, Hamilton. Adjutants of the respective posts are requested to send at once to G. I Frady, assistant adjutant general, cap itol, box 39, Helena, a complete list of the officers of their post for 1917, that a roster may be compiled. Heads of the associated orders were appointed by Commander Hauswirth follows: Womans Relief Corps, Mrs. Mary E. Hellinger, Bozeman, de partment president, and Mrs. «'arrie Brownell of Bozeman, deportment sec retary. Ladles of the Grand Army Mrs. Georgia McPherson of Butte, department president, and Georgia Thompson of Butte, department sec retary. # Spanish War Veterans, ward Morrissey of Hutte, department commander. Sons of Veterans, W. C Crum of Helena, district commander Guy L. Tyler of Butte, deputy district commander, and Ray Church of Hal ^na, secretary. PLEADS GUILTY AND IS SENT TO PRISON C. H. Raymond appeared before Judge John V. Dwyer in chambers yesterday afternoon and enter plea of guilty to a charge of robbery whioh was (Sled against him in the morning. Raymond was sentenced not less than two years nor more than four years in the state penitential' Raymond was charged with entering the room of A. E. Davis, East inum street, with intent to commit petty larceny BABY BOY AT THE H. M'INTYRE HOME The home >f Howard McIntyre was gladdened yesterday by the arrival the tirst bab> boy. Mother and child I are doing nicely. Mr. McIntyre is ! deputy clerk <>f the district court and ibis friends in the courthouse yesterday afternoon joined in extending congrat I ulatlons. 'argument OVER $1 RESULTS SERIOUSLY .\a argument over a dollar bill be I tween A. J. Henderson and J. W. Schaffer resulted in Henderson in j dieting a wound on Schaffer which re quired 14 stitches to close up. Hen ! derson has been charged with second j degree assault. Schaffer lives at 2708 Nettie street. COMPLAINT MADE AGAINST THE CURTIS COMPANY Washington. July 11.—Formal com plaint against the Gurtis Publishing company was issued today by the fed eral trade commission, charging un • fair business practices and stifling of ! competition by refusing to sell the j Saturday Evening Post to dealers handling competing publications. TWO SEEK DIVORCES. I Blanche Utter is asking for a dl I vorce from Ernest Utter on the ground of failure to provide and cruelty. The couple were married in Redwood, Cal., «n September, 1914. The plaintiff j -harges that her husband called her vile names and made false charges j against her. 1 William R. Cornelius wants a di vorce from Pearl Monroe Cornelius, i whom he married in Oakland, CaL, six j years ago. The plaintiff nays that ! «fter coming to this city two years ago I he prepared a home for her, but she 1 has repeatedly refused to come her* He charges desertion. PATTERSON FUNERAL. The funeral of Frank Patterson was held this morning from the home of Manuel I-awson, rear 998 Elast Broad way. High mans was celebrated at Sacred Heart church and Interment was made In Holy Cross cen\etery. ETHEL -IN— THE CALL OF HER PEOPLE The celebrated American actress in her latest and her most wonderful success—a picturization of Edward Sheldon's colorful drama—tense with romance and action—a massive production. WALLACE and the ORCHESTRAL ORGAN You have heard his weird Oriental music—his typical Scotch music—his melodious incidental music. This will be another surprise for you. TOMORROW THREE DAYS ONLY TOMORROW ice TO KEEP You COOL NO DEMAND MADE ON GOVERNOR OF IDAHO FOR TROOPS Coeur d'Alene, July 11. "So public olflclal has made a request on ni« for | United States troops," said Gov. Mo*?*s Alexander in reply to criticism made j last night by former Gov. Frank It Gooding, a member of the State Coun- i ell of Defense. Mr. Gooding had said , that Governor Alexander refused to sanction the call for troops. Governor Alexander «aid today that j he Is investigating the situation caused in northern Idaho by the strikers of the 1 W. W. 8 in the lumber camps The governor said the defense council had passed a resolution asking him to call for troops but that the resolu tion had never been presented to him. THE BYPLAY MINSTRELS. Mister Interlocutor, why does a ship make music when it Is wrecked Just south of the Florida coast?" "I am sure I do not know. Mr. Bonea. Tell ua why a ship makes music when It la wrecked Just south of the Florida coast." "Because It la pounding on the Kayo" "While the surgeons are picking the shot out of the anatomy of the unfor tunate Mr. Bones, Mr. Nase L. Toan will render that pathetic halladt 'She May Look Sweat And (.'lean. But There's a Bed Bag on Her Hat' " MOTHER'S FRIEND FOR Expectant Mothers HELPS NATURE STUFF*-" LOSE SLEEP OVER Ji TUB CHOWN PRINC.B CHBVvS THB >HP O* HI* ClfaftkgTtE I ! j ! j PICNICS AT GARDENS. Members of the Salvation Army and their frienda enjoyed tha annual pic nic and outing at Columbia Oardans today. Yesterday the Ladles' Mis sionary society of the First Presby terian church held the annual outing, also at the Gardena. 8everal other picnics are being arranged for the summer at the popular summer resort. ROTARY LUNCHEON. C. F. Kelley will be the principal speaker at the Rotary club luncheon tomorrow noon at the Butte Grill. He will speak on local, state and national conditlona D. J. Charles will preside. Each member is expected to bring a guest. SAMOA ISLANDS SUFFER FROM AN EARTHQUAKE Melbourne. July 11.—A dispatch ra reived here from Suva, Fiji Island«, .'-ay« damage ha» been caused in the ftunnt inland by a severe earthquake and tidal wave. The Friendly lsl«n is also have experienced an earthquake. PAW KNOWS EVERYTHING Willie- Paw. what is a leader of men? Paw A leader of men is a man who sees which way the crowd Is going in time to got in ahead of it, my son I i| m The "Coma- Back" man was really never down and out. Hla weakened condition because of over work, lack of exerclaa, Improper eating and liv ing. demanda stimulation to satisfy tha cry for a health-giving appetite and the refreshing sleep essential to strength. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OU Capsules, the National Remedy In Hol land, will do the work. They are won derful I Three of these capsules each day will put a man on hla feet before he knows It; whether hla trouble oomes from uric acid poisoning; tha kidneys, gravel or atone In tha bladder, stomach derangement or other ail ments that befall tha over-sealoua American. Don't wait untU you are entirely down-and-out, but take them today. Tour druggist wlU gladly re fond your money if they do not help yon. Mo, 50c and 11.00 par boa Ac cept no substitutes. Look tor tha name GOLD MEDAL on ovary box. They are tha pure, original. Imported Heart am OU Capa u lea. —Adv.