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A The Kiuu Tor. Have Alwayc Bought has T>orne the signa ture of Chas. li. Flctohcr, and hue been made under his personal superviiaca for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations ai:d "Just-as-good" are but experiments, and endanger tlio health of Children—.Experienca ag ains t Experiment. „ What is CÂSTORBA Ctstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drop; and Soothing Syrnps It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor othei narcotic substance. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Mind Colic and ItlarrliOea ^ allai ing Feverishness arising therefrom, and h" reg-.-Jating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the as similation of Ford , giving healthy auu natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The .Mother's Friend, Tikfc KiKd You Have -P.^evs Sought > 'Bears the Signature of N Qjiue For 33 Years THE CCNTMtrCOMMOT, nrwVOSK C 1 TT. GEE 13 iD<= f SOMETHING EVERY SOLDIER SHOULD HAVE. Every soldier should have a Safe Deposit Box for his valuah'es. Rent one now in our Fire and Bur glar Proof vault—the cost is $3.00 and up per year. How satisfactory it is to know that your valuables are absolutely protected. Miners Savings Bank âud Trust Company 49 WPARK ST. LODGE WORK IS GALLEO Mrs. P. H. Manchester. Past Commander of W. R. C.. is Dead. Mrs. P. H. Mam-heater, past Mon tana department commander of the Woman's Relief corps. lasted away the home of her daughter, Mrs t'harl II. Little, ï*L'& South Arixona street, late last night. She was widely known and highly respected In the state and her work as an official in the Wom an'» Relief corps and in the Order of the Eastern Star brought her into con tact with Montana's most prominent citizens and earned for her the affec tion of the entire community. She had been a resident of Montana , ; I I , j j Money in your pockets with Diamond Tires One Diamond Tire saves money for you in its first cost—you keep the saving in your pocket right then. In its life of service it keeps on saving for you. Multiply that saving by four. Use Diamond on all four wheels of your car. Depend on Diamond Squeegee Treads—black tread, red sides—the rubber that is lithe as a lariat and tougher than steel. Inry Dkaood TV* mm t deliver fafl v»1m in terrien« Whenever a _ . _ Diamond Tire feil*, a cheerful, wJlia| BldCR adjwUnent will be promptly made. Tread' _ —Red Side$ ter Tires Anaconda Copper Mining Co. p to five 3 Escondido. f; .it >nt 1 Mrs. Ma • •h« of age or i bj husband, P H. Manchester, who was with net at the time of her death, and three children: one daughter, Mrs. <\ H. Little, and two sons. Theodore H. Manchester of Bremerton, Wash., and Edward P. Manchester of Placentia. California. The funeral will he held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains " HI l e taken to California by Mr. Manchester and Mrs Little, where Interment will be made. DANIEL SHINE IS DEAD Daniel Shine, aged 4S years, died here yesterday. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. William Fry of Merrill. WIh. The remains are at the Sher man A- Reed undertaking parlors i nts for the funeral WOMEN'S MCE T1 HELP UATIOU Housewives Will Be Asked to II nl> a Dlnrlnn In Make Personal Pledge to Government. The women of Butte will now be gi\en an opportunity to put into prac tical operation those leeeons of house hold economy which have been preached for the past six months by government officials, and which are as important to the country in the — ------- - ------- : successful prosecution of the war as j are soldiers, sailors and ammunition j and ships. | ilrs. A. 8 . Christie, of this city, was yesterday named as chairman for thL city of the work of conservation of food in the homes on the part of the women. The appointment comes from ». Jessie D. Holmes of Helena, chairman of the woman s committee 1 of the state council of national de jfense. The letter explains that each woman is expected to make a pledge, to which she will live up. to conserve the food supply in e\ cry way and to carry out the directions of the food administra tor as far as her circumstances will permit. All women are expected to send such personal pledges to the food adminis trator at Washington, D. C., on or be fore July 15. Mrs. Christie has re ceived 4,000 cards on which the pledge« axe printed. These will be distributed at once, through the Butte wegnan's council, which was addressed yester day by Mrs. Christie and which prom ised support in every way. Those sending cards to Washington will receive in return the first set of instructions and a "household tag,'' to he hung in the window as an encour agement to others, Later further in structions will be sent out. All ■ •hunches, societies, fr ind otherwise, will be the work and encoiyage it In ay. There are no fees to be paid. The pledge card follows: To the food administrator. Wash gton, D. t\: I am glad to join you in the service of food conservation for nation, and 1 hereby accept mem ship in the United States food ad iistratlon, pledging myself to carry tin directions and ad\ ice of the d administrator in the conduct of household, in so far as my circum nces permit. ■ a me .......... Address .......... Number In household..............Do "u employ a cro *k?........Occupation f breadwinner.............Will you ke pai t in authorized neighborhood novenn-nts for food conservation?.... j FULL DELEGATION FOR ODD FELLOWS' MEETING The United >dd Fellows of the States and Canada will hold tl.......... vent ion In Louisville, Ky., in Septem ber and the full delegation representatives from even urged to be present. A commu tion has been received from the grand ire. F rank O. Goudy of Denver, in hich he urges that this will be the most important meeting of the sov ereign grand lodge in the history of the organization and that much has to be done to prov ide assistance for the R»*d Cross as well as way» and means for caring for the members of the order who have joined the army and navy and their dependent ones. , ernal, patriotic j ked to join in j pf official lodge is j ' - chlrged re wUh Ut cr cMit ? dUn^an«' ! Turk met Deputy Sheriff Mike Boric esterday and informed him that "he could like him or any other officer In I Ihe I'nited States " It did not take ! big. husky Mike long to convince Tuck that he did not know what he was ■ talking about. Before Tuck realized ! »hat had happened he was in a cell ] in the county jail. 1 THOUGHT HE COULD WHIP OFFICER. BUT HE WAS MISTAKEN VETERAN PROSPECTOR OVERCAST TRAIL M Moore, old-time miner and resident of Butte since 1874. who died yesterday morning in the same cabin in Dublin gulch that he erected when he came to Butte, was laid to rest this afternoon in the Mount Moriah ceme tery. Scores of old-timers who knew' him were present at the last rites. The funeral was held from the Rich ards funeral chapel and Rev. Charles A. Cook officiated. TAKE STEPS TO FORM BUTTERSJHOME GUARD Preliminary steps for the formation of a home guard in Butte, to consist of at least 150 members, were taken at a meeting of the Sons of Veterans at the courthouse. Another meeting will be held next Wednesday, when a full attendance is desired. Those de siring information on the matter may consult Commander Guy L. Tyler in his office at SOI Phoenix building. Help« Asthma and Hay Fever. Now comes the season when hay fever and asthma cause thousands to sufTer. "I have been troubled for years with asthma." writes E. O. Schaaf Creaton. O.. "and find Foley's Honey and Tar the only thing that gives me relief. It loosens the phlegm so 1 can throw it off and sleep. Had to sit nights In my chair, not being able to lie down, before using Folev'a Honey and Tar." A standard family remedy for coughs, colds, croup. Newbro i Dru* Co.—A dv. PAW KNOWS EVERYTHING. \ Willie—Paw, what la the difference' between a statesman and a politician? Paw--A statesman ts a member of ■ yonr political party and « politician is - a member of some other political party, my son. 'ASSURE BUTTE OF 119 LEEIT SH01IIS|! Manager Heilig Confers With DpnpiWnnf I nvn. nn ÇO O . President Levy on Sea son's Bookings. Theatergoer* in Butte and the other large cities in the northwest <*«n con fidently expect during the f >11 and winter the best road attractions that have ever been offered in Butte, nc : cording to Calvin Heilig manager of j the new Pacjflc eoas , oir( . u „ recently j urganlzed Mr . H eilig, whose home Is | m p orl i an( j f spent yesterday in Butte „ ,, uaat of phl „ p Levy Renoral m an ager of the Ansonia Amusement pany and president of the new circuit Mr. Heilig has been east for the i ast month making bookings, and while he Is not yet in a position to announce the date on which the new bookings «ill start he said yesterday that he had closed many contracts and could promise that the north«« v ii get the best service of big produ lions ever afforded it. Perhaps the most important item in Mr. Heilig'» story of the preliminar.v steps in the establishment if r... new circuit, which was inita;- ! several weeks ago in Portland, is that John u'ort and the Klaw & Erlanger inter ests are to be united for the ■ nafit of the Pacific coast circuit Su- an outcome would be most de ml > nd those who are acquainted w i n at ters theatrical will readil • re.-ognlze what a selection will be n\a:!.i for the northwestern circuit in , an event. Join Big Interests. interf until in tl Th« 'Each of the t iliing," »aid Mr. Heilig, "a:: e a matter of only a few w<? e will be In a position to that one of the greatest com In the history of American tl has been accomplished. In theaters In the northwest h served bj* eastern Interests, future the theaters In this j* the country will be direct; as far as their big product loi the manager» of such theater affiliated with the Paclfi roast »1 cult control all the large theaters the northwest. Including th < f M - tana, Washington, Oregon ■ i .] Until Columbia, and so the people hi re nu be assured of securing the very l . m. 'The service will not be perfect l nnv means. We will get 'hooked' < n< in a while, hut not as often r.s j\ tl past. The biggest productions • f t) largest eastern theaters will >«', to Butte and exhibited here f P rices and for th* first tim< northwestern theaters will be sition to offer the great« st of the legitimate »tage. T will be In operation early in Mr. Heilig. who is well known In theatrical circles throughout the conn - try. was truest of Mr. Levy vesterdR] during his brief visit In the elf « left last night for his home In land. : popular in n po fall.' Port TWO DISMISSED^FROM FEDERAL CHARGES on an ord.-r issued hj Edward W. Byrn. special i.t <.f the department of justice, David Little. charged with trying to prevent young nien from registering, and Binco N. Gustut, charged with (ailing registration, were release,] from the eounty jail In the ease of Little the evidence aga.nst him was deemed Insufficient, while in the case of Gustav he conclusively oved that he was past the age !imlt. RATE PETITION DENIED Washington. July u>. The Interataie Commerce commission today denied ,he Petition of the Denver and Salt u ' kF railroad for higher joint rates An exception permits slight in r,aM * ,0 Herrington and Caldwell "■»*>— . BY THE COMMISSION i Kansas, sind intermediate southwestern line«. points on CONGRESS OF NEUTRALS IN SOUTH AMERICA IS OFF Buenos Ayres. July 12.—The con gress of neutral South American na tions to formulate « common policy in respect to problem, arising out of the war has been i.-i|„. n ,.d )nd«fioi,.i.. \ ■ - Grape-Nuts Made from choice whole wheat and malted barley, thi« famous f6od retains the vital mineral elements of the grain, ao essential tor balanced nourish ment, but lacking i tt many cereal foods From every standpoint "-good flavor, rich nour ishment. easy digestion, convenience, economy, health from childhood to old age —Grape-Nut. food. "There'» a Reason" I J _ ARi BIG NEW SHOW TODA ^William A. Brady Will Present at the Ansonia Theater Today, Tomnrm. Saturday, the Delightful Screen Star row ETHEL CLAYT01 Powerfully Dramatic Masterpiece. "THE STOLEN PARADISE''-5 R In a NEW VAUDEVILLE SPECIAL TODAY I BAYLEY AND M'CREEj The Famous Comedy Entertainers fllV NEW VAUDEVILLE SPECIAL TODAY COY HERNDON World's Greatest Hoop Roller HOW A NOTED PLAY, "EGYPT," WAS TRANSFORMED INTO REMARKABLE SCREEN PRODUCTION BY E. SHELDON iÉ , ... ii EjS , + ü In "The f all of Her People," now being ,l„,wn at the Rialto theater. old Southern Colonial mansion where many of the scenes are laid for Ethel Barrymore's special feature by Ed ward Sheldon, "The Call of Her Peo Ple,' formerly produced on the speak ing stage by Margaret Anglin under the title of "Egypt," and now being shown at the Rialto. "Just because a house happens to be I olonial on the outside," said Mr. Bhulter, ''is no reason why every stick Of furniture inside it should be Co j*, V €Vei yet have keen inside a Colonial house that was consistently olonial, yet nearly ail stage produc tions of early American life are eon fined to that period. Houses reflect and , I L d , Vl f Ual ,!u,(e6 of »'"'f owners, and that is exactly what I have tried Can "of 11 'p B * iTymore * Play. The ( ail of Her People. Of w y » Pt ' *' ,e8 to Uro in ,he mansion of her foster-fa tlier, Gordon Dindsav a southern gentleman of taste and re-' n TZ*' n * b0th "' alth > and douhtedly trlveied Tg^eal* deaf h"' »^Lup objects of " a n' ^ WHIRLWIND DANCERS AT PEOPLES HIPPODROME JET*™ ,irl eands. seven whirl wind dancer» present "A Day in « vnte'nTt Car ? P " nM 1110 headline vaude droL .T' 0 " a ' ,hf IVo f" p a Hippo drome today. Fay and I.ew|» ,w, n h J^ vel,nes ". "nd Huco T.utgens lîÜ" bhe'paHie comedy are also b^ng^howm n versa > A. W. CRISS ADDED TO STREETCAR CO. FORCE the ^' MilwauW f mTiwiy ' h""' , led w,,h pointed superintendent of nr ' moans for the Butt.- Elecîric company. He win .. „ , R!lilw ay Pair, construction ind buna? the re_ lines Of the Street rallw lt,lnK of «11 had charge of the Mr - Crlss cut-off o" the Vr ir , UCtlon ot 'he j Lew istow-ji and ( iront "Y ,T* b * twe «n 'he branch of th r Mil«", a"" 0 ,,ullt northern Part of the ,n th e some, graceful chandelier of the Italian renaissance, also some smaller lights in Italian renaissance scenes placed about the great central hall which serves as a living loom. There are some Mary chairs, and there are some stately Jacobean chairs. I felt that tlie lighter styles of furnishings had no plate in the mansion of Gordon Bindsay, as he is a character of solid worth and dignity who would appre ciate more the heavier styles of dec oration. One room alone in his man aion 1 have kept consistently Colonial. I bis is the bedroom, to which Egypt, the gypsy girl, i 8 brought when I.lnd a»5 tries to make her conform to tho ways of civilization, and I have kept this room strictly Colonial for the pake of contrast.'' isT h » e ff at < '*' ntral halt described is 160 feet long, terminating in a broad stairway, heavily carpeted. The r: n,y . bea r of Mlss ^rrym« to thnl . , * dvan tage as she descends these stairs in the trailing rol>es she tears when she leaves the life of the ' "atan and the open road Cocoanut Oil Makes a Splendid Shampoo If you want to keep your hair in wash U n w'th 0n * be C ■ arefU, What y ° U conmn, Z 1 'much le veZ haiZZ th * halr brittle and harmful. Just plain mulHified SET« l ° n , <wh, ®h le pure and ef the /Jr 9 ,' " mUCh bettar 'han ei„e von n! PM Ve HORp or anything ♦ hi ^ . Can * or shampooing as 'his can', POM,hly injure the halr' and Zb ™"' 8ten your hair with water fids win ' or two teaspoon creamv laTZ® abun<,a »ce of rich, and sra'mZa and c,enn a es »he hair rinses Z easnv 'Tl ^ la ' her Partleie of dus, di« 1 '7°''''" every cesslve oll The V*-"-" a " d * X ' and evenly and .. *1 dr *e* 6»l(*Iy Silky L d ' 'races It fine and age ' " h1, nuffy ftna easy to man at most an** J mul *' f,ea cocoanut oil che^ anS a few* *'° re ' » la v«r last , ° f ounces Is enough t» mont h r ry ° n * the £ iEOPI! Hippodrome East Park Stree NOW -THE Gypsy Brigand 7—Whirl« ind Dance Hugo Lutg The Sw ede Billy Sin Fay & Le Twin Bits of Lovel -OTHER HIGH! LASS A( —AND— Dorothy F -IN "The Flash A Five-Part Bluebird THE PATHE N A UNIVERSAL C Continuous I'erfoi E\eryday 1:00 TO 11:00 P AFTERNOONS ANY SEAT NIGHTS fl ANY SEAT L HIGHEST PRICE F( silverjn New York. July l 2 "' 1 heavy demand for sih er price today to 40 * 4 « «' highest in 26 years. domestic demands for held responsible tor statement today that proposes to ship F "' e large quantities to P a - troops has tended to sistefTseeking her TWOJR 01 Mrs. Agnes ShellI of T Mont., has written th* ' locating her two br°'h John McKelgue, "ho be in Butte. Mrs. track of them " t grateful for any 'f f ° r 7 eI assist her In ioc' lllns __ - _ ELK PAB K bi Most plctureHfiue <l^'* Hot Springs now In good eo only .ndltloa-'