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BURNHAM
AICA, N.Y,
Cured by Medi
mmended by
Sister-in-law.
Jamaica, N. T.—"I suffered greatly
' with my kaaAsnd with backache, was
~ -weak, dizzy, ner
vous, with hot
flashes and felt very
miserable, as I was
irregular for two
years. One day
when I was feeling
unusually bad my
sister-in-law came
in and said, 'I
■wish you would try
nLydia E. Pinkham'a
UCompound.' So I
ng it and I am now in good
I am cured. I took the Corn
times a day after meals,
■ring at night. 1 always keep
the house."—Mrs. L. N.
,295 South St., Jamaica, N.Y.
I who recover their health flat
others what helped them.
I and allow their names and
phs to be published with testi
Many more tell their friends.
Lydia E. Pinkhum Medi
(confidential), Lynn,
or anything you need to
out your ailments.
Old Reliable
office offers you the best
as low a price as jou
anywhere at any price.
st Set Teeth $10
and bridge-work, per tooth,
.....................$5.00
killings ..........$1.00 to $1.00
(inlays ...............$2.50 Up
Iiii fillings____ $2.00 1» $3.50
m fillings...........$1.00
Painless extractions.
middle-aged, gentlemanly op
rs are employed, who are spe
lts in the treatment of diseases
he mouth and teeth. All Wark
Guaranteed.
ne Montaia Dental Co.
1 H!£ North Main St.
hours—8:3o a. m. to 8 p. i
(Sundays- 11 a. in. to 1 p. in.
In Butte 25 Years.
THU OLD RELIABLE.
to the Public
PAINTERS AND
iPERHANGERS
FURNISHED
|( all Business Agent
Painters' Union
Phone 1331
8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 2,
4 to 6 p. m.
(ipert Watch Repairing —Wales
«•ilng, SLSt; mainsprings. SI ;
ih guaranteed for one year.
RulHE, ths Jeweler. People*
building, 49 East Ta/b
street.
BUTTE VETERANS
ATTEND THE MEETING
ular quarterly meeting of the
of the Soldiers' horn«* will he
morrow at Columbia Falls,
a! Charles S. Warren and Simon
Iwirtli* of this city have gone to
Id the meeting. At Helena they
J joined by Major Martin Magin
Ialso a member of the board. The
ion and taking over of the new
building will form part of the
>- s <«f the directors. This build
nil considerably increase the ac
• dation a* the home.
YORK APPRECIATED.
Charles R. Leonard has re
t letter from Miss Elizabeth
r rough, secretary of the Amer*
I fund for French wounded, ex
ng appreciation of the work of
•»man's Patriotic association of
t.v only a short time ago the
(iation sent a check for $600 for
.'elief of suffering at the French
[J'nd $100 for the fund to make a
Christmas for th© orphans of
NO _
Shaky
Nerves in
ITUM;
HYMN OF HATE
A HOT NUMBER
Poet Calls on Countrymen to
Perform Acts of Bar
barians.
Washington, Nov. 12. — Publication
' h ltolgArlan hyinn of hate, teemlnK
with incitement to cruelty and atroci
ties. has aroused officials and dlplo
mats here and drawn from
garian minister, Mtephen I*
the declaration that the purp
thor, Ivan ArnaudofY, dew
"the Bulgarian Pindar," is of
ing to beapeak tin
the Hul
'
retoff, !
d au
d as
stand- I
<»f Bulg
aria.
"To
all Arm
u«l<
rr 'the
îulg;
rian
Pindar*
in to ci
II
very «n
all
hing
by a V«
ry largo
na
n*\" suhl
the
miii
ist^r.
Ho i« r <
mu
eted with
the*
Bul
gjirian
dopai tm
*nt
«»r oduc;
t Ion
and
writ«*«
occasion*
lly
Ho 1«
what
you
call in
A mcrici
•boxcar
po<
f a
•scribbl«
r."
•Let
not one
tot
«■ r«*«t on
a not
l„T,"
Kays a
r:in.«luti<
n «
f Arnaud*
.tis
'•>om
t«» the
Bulgarin
tr
oops. "L
•t m
ono
child i
*J«}lce «»i
i
« mother
« b
«•ast.
lot no
dd man
loa
i on it« g
rnudHon'«
should«
r. Thre
w
th«*ir «ku
I« t«
th«
illy sk. l. to
that «1«
drags his m
it death
under your boot and witli th'
• out his troubled eyes."
he remainder of the lines a
voted principally to incitement
ppea kahle excesses of rapine an«
king
WESTERN ROADS MAY
ENTER GENERAL CASE
Washington. Nov. 10. Western rail
«ids, in their application for higher
freight rates, to he made to the inter
state commerce commission Dec. 17,
probably will enter the general 15 per
cent rale case, now pending before the
commission for eastern roads, without
specifying a definite increase in their
petition, it was said today. The com
mission then will he in position to de
clare precisely what raise, if any, is
just to meet the increase in cost of la
bor, supplies and materials.
In preparation for Ihe western roads*
application interstate commerce com
mission experts were busy today tabu
lating available figures on revenues and
operating expenses of those roads for
submission to the commission.
OFFICERS STILL SEEK
ESCAPED CONVICTS
Oregon City. Ore., Nov. 12. The posse
hunting f«>r three negroes who escaped
Monday from a convict squad near the
Oregon penitentiary failed to capture
their quarry last night and the chase
was renewed early today. On account
of rain which fell last night blood
hounds have la-en unable to pick up Ihe
trail, hut the fugitives are thought to
he near this city, where they were seen
late yesterday, as they are believed to
have been too tired to go far.
MANY BUTTE CONSCRIPTS
NOW ON EASTERN COAST
About one week ago n number of
Montana men from Camp Lewis, in
cluding a number of men from the
first and second Butte contingents,
passed through this city on their way
east. The movement of the troops
was not published last week, nor is the
present location of the troops a pub
lished fact.
The men are not to be sent direct to
France, but are to do guard duty in
the east, it is said. The new con
scripts in the east relieve the guard
regiments that are going to France.
RESTAURANT EMPLOYES
ADJUST DIFFERENCES
and
. ,ie Cooks and Waiters' uni
the Woman*£ Protective union ad
justed their controversy with the em
ployers at a conference in the Silver
Bow Employers' association offices
late Saturday.
The cot.ks anil waiters, whose scale
ras $21 per week, sought an advance
j $2H. A compromise on $25 was
cached.
The Women's Protective union,
./hose scale was $12 per week, wanted
$16 A new scale agreed on and »«ased
eight hours provides for $11 for
itresses. $13 for dishwashers and
$12 for cashiers.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears
\he
Signature of
STARTED ON ANNIVERSARY.
Hazel Morton says in a complaint
for divorce that her husband. Harry
L Morton, !«eat her up on their wed
ding anniversary* The coupie were
married at Seattle March 9. 1916. The
plaintiff claims that her husband beat
her up more than once and that he
gave her a black eye and loosened a
tooth in her head.
We wish to announce that we have
closed our grocery department. We
will re-open on Nov. 19 as a strictly
cash store. Watch for our opening
sale. Campana Commercial Com
pany.—Adv.
We
"
_______
«STOLEN AUTOS RECOVERED,
bJ.Ulj.Bn auzv/o . .nu.anal
The automobile of Roc o was
IOUIIU UJ F" *•'
morning near the Kive-Mile house
The machine watt n^t injured.
The auto of Jfrielc Sabo wa
stolen Saturday evening It was re
covered yeesterday morning on me
flat.
FIT WITHOUT FUR
OF INDIGESTION OR
Instant Relief! "Pape's Dia
pepsin" Ends Your Stomach
Distress. Try it!
Wonder what up
hich portion of t ht
' age—do you? Wei
your stomach is ii
! gassy and upset, an
has fermented and
dizzy and aches; belch «ases and acids
I and eructate undigested food; breath
Just tab
I did the datn
n't bother. If
•cvolt; if sil k,
at you Just ate
ed sour; head
Pape« 1
tape
psin t«» help n
eutr
acidity a
nd ir
five minute« >
mi
dor what
been
nie of the in.hy
tMo!
«1 1st ross.
Million
s of
men and worn
n
know th
tt it
Is need!« t< 1
ive
pepsin.
A lit
le Diapepsln ««•«
isb
keeps th
sto
na« 1 . Hweetoned
• nd
eat their
fav«
rite food« within
t f«
If your
st or
nach doesn't tuk
your lib«
ral 1
mit without rob
»Ilk
your foe
d is
a damage inst
?a«l
help, re
Tie ml
«•r the <|iik:k««s
H
most hai
mbs
relier is Pape's
Id:
sin, whi<
ll n,
sts only fifty «•«*
its
lit » I.
a lid
tonlshing
CORNS
HCTt'S TME HIM
for you
NOT a drastic
NOT a com
cUiereal liquid
■impie
•atrnrnt which cost»
riruKtfliit and insist
PIASTER
Cut n piece of plaster the six* ■
apply it to the painful offender and leave
it there three night« Rucceraively. The first
touch of Oro-Ftno ends your suffering, and
it's guaranteed to root out the core of the
thi
drug store you bought it at and get
mo ey back. 2bc at all druggists New
_ hro Drug Co., Butte.
Finest Dental Work
at Moderate Prices
is

Teeth extracted without pain; finest
gold crown ?5 per tooth. No better
dental work at sny price
Dr. F. A. Ironside
It NORTH MAIN ST.
Largest dental office In Montana
NOTICE!
All parties owing accounts to the
Cottage Market, 428 East Park
street, will please call and make
settlement at McCarthy's National
Market, 307 North Main Street
All accounts not settled by Nov.
15 will be turned over to the court
with instructions to begin suit.
DR. RINCKEL
THE DENTIST
Ovav Clark's Bank
CORNER BROADWAY AND MAIN
Lady Attendant
VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF
The slander suit of Mrs. A. Mc
Donald against Mr«. Mary Costello,
which was heard before Judge Lynch
and a jury, late Saturday night re
turned a verdict in favor of the plain
tiff for $25 without interest and each
party to pay its own costs. The
plaintiff had asked for $30.000 dam
ages.
TAILINGS CAUSE OF ARREST
Thomas O. Miles has brought suit
against the Dupont Powder company
asking for $9.000 through the divert
ing «if tailings and chemicals from the
powder plant at Ramsay Into a ditch
which he uses for irrigation purposes.
the POST FOR THE NEWS
BUSY, HARD-WORKED
MEN AND WOMEN
Will find that the sarsaparilla, lep
sin. nuz and iron treatment comprised
In Hoods Sarsaparilla and Peptiron
give brain and nerve force, re
üeve the nervous strain Incident to
'too much to do in too little time,
characteristic of life today.
These Wood and nerve medicines
veem to lift the nerv ous and over
,, orkl .j into new life, enablini: them
to accomplish easily the things that
have fretted them and have seemed
LO bring them to a stands,IU.
Hood's Sarsaparilla and Peptiron
are very effectively supplemented by
Hood's Pills, in cases where a laxa
tive is needed. These three prepara
tions are all sold by your druggist.
Get them today.
BEAVERHEAD
IT
Plenty of Hay for the Winter
and Business is Good
in Dillon.
In spite of the fact th.it i.uc- in
cattle are being sent out of M
na to the Dakotas for the wit
eding this fall, there ». i more
Heaverhead county tin
an ever before, ne... tding to F. I
notts; a well known hum.
e metropolis of Ihavethe
who Is in the city to.lon
nission. Mr.
••Business was n*v<r !.. ti.-r in Dillon,
ortunately while the nst of the state
a« being burned up by the long and
hot summer Beavcrh« i <«>unty « . .• .pod
herefore bu«in< i is b««n better
than ever. There I . . . n Idg build
ing in Dillon thi I
«pent their mon fn-ely. Th« re
plenty f
luring hi« viait
MOim ENTITLED
FEDEDAL PULES
District of Columbia Far Ex
ceeds Its Quota— This
State Behind.
Washington. I). <\ So
ana politicians will i.j.. notion that
the state has not rerei . d all of
appointments to w 1 ti it j S entitled in
the departments at Wu ihington. It is
stiii "shy* it •
the opinion of the : .rtj.-al politician,
is enough t«> make Judi'ious grieve,
• peel&liy in view
states surroundin th M.-irict of
Columbia and the Jd.strict itself have
enormously overdrawn th«-ir quotas
M«»ntanu, accoroir t . i *at«-ment
compiled by the ci il service commis
sion, is entitled to 73 m - s in the d<
partments at Washit.gti.n and it has
ecelved 59 appoli ■
<»n the other hand, th« District of
'olumbia has r- :.«•»! twenty-eight
tiRM ft* maty • u
entitled to. Thi
apportionment, is ■ at it led to 84 ap
nolntments and it ba aetually received
2.351. Maryland is entitled to 252 ap
«*nts und it ha« received 730.
Virginia is entitled to 101 appoint
ments aiid 'tt hi
The civil service commission, Itself a
stickler of ih«# niu*t uncompromising
<ort for u 1 .holding of the law*
.Rotation*, haa to admit that in
«nutting the District of Columt
» states quota« vastlv in ex
apportionment it has side-stepped
th« Pr»' Ulon of th. civ.) ^Iie ! ..
vhirh says;
\ppointments to th«* pubic servie
«•»aid in the departm«*nts at Wash
irgton shall be apport mm-d ar
n«ng th«*
several sta
«•» and terriUiries
and the
District « »f
'olumbia up«m the
basis of
population
a« ascertalne«! at
the last
preceding
*nsus."
Th«* com
mission explains
the ap
par« nt me
luglity on many
grounds
In the first
place it is s«j ea«>
to pick
up compete
nt ploy es from Washing
they
;tn«i surrounding country, since
re • -instantly making applica
nt are within easy reach when
wanted. When there 1« no • ligible
from a state wh«j»e quota is below
par it is necessary to fill the existing
vacancy by an eligible from some
other state, etc., etc.
So it happens that in carrying on
the vast war machinery that is being
«»p*-rat«*d through the departments at
Wi>: :ngton some sections of th»* coun
grossly over-represented, while
tr«* just us grossly under
ep res
rued.
With ill the iequality that exi«t« in
the present apporthmment Washing
ton civic leader» and new»q*aper».
ne - r nit bashful in trying to g«»bble
everything f«jr the capital city, have
actually -tarted a movement to se
cure the repeal of the provision of law
which, theoretically at lea«t. require«
jtn ipt<ortu>nroent among the state«.
The um of thi» campaign i» to bring
aisjut a situation where the entire
departmental service, with it» army of.
employes, can be recruited from Wash
ington md vicinity.
Thii> modest enterpri»e hit» excited
the risibilities even of the staid and
stem official» of the civil service com
mission. who are not as a rule given to ,
mirth and levity. One of them ex
pressed hts idea of the campaign a»
follows.
"This movement reminds me of the
bo> who wa» devouring a large, red.
toothsome apple while another small
boy stood by with a wistful look and
plead«'d for the core, only to be. as
sured that there ain't goin* to be no
c«>re.' In this departmental apportion
ment Washington, like the boy de
vouring the fine, big apple, does not
intend to leave even the core for the
remainder of the country."
To illustrate the gobbling pro|«ensily
of Washington it is only necessary to
quote such extracts as the following
that are now appearing in the Wash
in gtoin papers:
•One of the results of the acute de
mand for government clerks is to ex
jH»se the mischief of that remnant of
the «»Id spoils system, the apportion
ment of clerka among the states. When
the clt rical force was established on
3 civil service b%sls congress still in
sisted that the needs of the govern
ment for. help should be supplied in
proportionate population, as members
are elected. This scheme,
while it «UM» mMabera ot congress no
actual control over the selection of ap
plicants for civil service positions,
nevertheless retained enough of the
element of spoilsmanship to make It
*
GERALDINE
FARRAR
-IN-
"THE WOMAN GOD FORGOT"
Ask anyone who has seen it!
TODAY
TODAY
I ntil Thursday <Jnlv
PHOTOPLAY
HOUst
BIÜ
attractive to many politicians in con
gress who hitherto had b«*en elected
on promises to take care of th«*ir
friends. It ia possible, although this
may not be a historical fact, that the
civil service law« could not have been
enacted had not this concession of
clerical apportionment among the
states been made Now is the tim«*
more than ever to root out the whole
dispicablc system and to leave the
government free t«j send out not only
into the District of Columbia, but into
Pennsylvania, New York. New Jersey.
Massachusetts an«J. In fact, into all the
highly developed adjacent industrial
communiti«*s for skilled workers whos«
services are so greatly needed in the
**mergency of war. '
In other words, Washington would
like to have all the spoils for this city
an«i vicinity but is fired with a holy
purpose to prevent Montana and other
outlying states from getting any of
the spoils.
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COKE WILL MAKE THE HEAT YOU WANT
Lower your heating costs for the winter months by mix
ing COKE with your coal. You will get better results
for less money, besides less dust, dirt and inconveni
ence. A call on the telephone will bring the coke to
your door.
"At Your Service"
The Montana Power Co
Butte District.
SHEEPHEBDEH IS GIVEN
51,675 Bf FEDERAL JUUÏ
Declares Schultz Responsible
for Wrongful Acts of
His Employe.
John Brown. Rumanian sheer herder. !
was allowed damages of $1.675 by •
federal jury last Saturday, the damage-*
to l*e paid by Otto Schultz, sheey
owner, whose herder. Hinze, assaulted
and grievously injured Brown follow
ing an altercation over sheep.
it was one of the most complicated «
mnster-and-servant cases to eorr.e l*e
f«»re the federal court rec ently. Point»»
of law were argued strenuous! tfi
attorneys and many oses w ere ited ,
by both sides The question involved
Schultzs liability for the criminal
a« is of Hinze. «Thom he employed. The
court in its instructions to the jury,
said that if Hinze could be said to hnvw
worked the injury in connection with
his
■huh
Si h-.
u Id
h-ld
leasing Si 50
ASK FOR and GET
Horlick's ,
The Original
Malted Milk
Substitutu Coat YOU Sana Pries.

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