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WIR WORK
American women
nurses are installed
eight miles in the
rear of the fighting
Right here at home
many women
abould learn nurs
ing to take care of
the tick or, in
emergencies, the
wounded. You can
learn a great deal
by obtAmioc the
' * Medical Adriwr" » book of J,000
PM», bound in cloth, containing chap,
tan on Fra Aid, Bandaging, Anatomy,
Hygiene, Baa Problems, Mother and Babe.
200 preemptions for acuta and chronic
tarama, profusely illustrated by wood
cut* and colored plat#* Ask your drug
mat or aeod 40c. to Publisher, 063 Main
Buret, Buffalo, N. Y.
If a woman ii nervous or has dissy
•peUs, suffers from awful pains at angu
lar or irregular intervals she should turn
lo a took made up of herbs, and with
out alcohol, which makes weak women
strung and eiek women well It is Dr.
Fierro's Favorit# Prescription, which can
be procured at any drug »tore, in either
liquid or tablets. U you wish to obtain
a ten-rent trial package, send to Dr.
Plrrcr'i Invalida' Hotel Buffalo, N. Y.
The restorative power of Doctor Pierce'«
favorite 1'rrocnptlun speedily reusea «is
Inenly troubles to disappear
organ* to properly perform their natural
function*, overcomes irreguiaritiro, r«v
move* pain and misery at certain turns
and bring» Iswk health and strength to
nerves», irritable and exhausted women.
That., (or the liver and bowel* nothing la
an r»*l a* Dr» Pierce'« Pleasant Pellet*
smiiu thu
The Chief Interest
At an official reception n Congress
Bum talked in a windy und grnudlto
queut way about our war alma, ap
pealing every minute or two to Sec
retary Baker.
Ferretary Baker nodded
lucndl} until the sixth or seventh up
ImmI, when he lost patience.
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atm* that Interest me. It'« our hit*."
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1
LIFT OFF CORNS!
With fingers! Corns and cal
luses lift off. No pain!
Magic 1 Just drop a little Frerzone
co that toochy corn. Instantly it stops
aching, then you lift the corn off with
the fingers. Truly I No humbug!
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Try Freezone! Your druggist «ells a
tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient to
lid your feet of every bord corn, soft
corn, or corn between the toe«, and
calluses, without one particle of pain,
sorene
—Adv.
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or Irrita I Ion.
Freezone la the
i wbK'overjr uf « noted CUiHniintl gnnlutf.
Wanted—More Geeae.
Geese hold a sector In the lin» of
the poultry army that makes war
against waste. When the facts an
taken Into consideration that the de
mand for geese Is strong, steady, and
extends over praet|e«lly the whole
year, that geese excel all other kluds
of poultry a» producers of fat, a thing
of which the world stunds uf present
In dire need, and that their value us
egg producers Is considerable, the Iro
portance of all adequate number of
geeae In the poultry scheme becomes
apparent Geese take their living III
large part from grasses of the ;*»
tare and frm
otherwise helpless ref
tine.
Booth* Baby Raihe*
That Itch and burn with hot bath* of
t'utlcura Soap followed by gentle
anointings of Cuticura Ointment.
Nothing better. Foe free «amples sd
drea«, "Outleura. Dept. X,
Hold by drugglsta and by mall. Soap
28, Ointment 23 aud 50.—Adv.
Boston."
Largest Sugar Crop.
The 1017 IS sugar crop of the prov
luce of Matanxa*, Cuba, wus the larg
est on record 4. 831,-it«) hugs of 325
pound» euch.
{Tu"• '"■* in
«lUCltMl lit tri#' <*UUrw*' of In Ult*
tl | ïh „ hool* of Australia.
BEING WORKED OUT
CONFERENCE AT VERSAILLES
AGREES UPON MAIN POINTS;
COMMANDERS MUST O. K.
Expected That Allies Will Insist Upon
Surrender of German Fleet and
Occupation by Allied Forces
of Towns on the Rhine,
i-ondon.—Ths Versailles conference,
•urrent in
according to the report
iroiidon, hHS agroed on the main pointa
of the urmiAtice term a, which will now
be considered by the military
matider*.
com
Tile final peace tenus, it Is said,
will he submitted to Germany simul
taneously with the armistice terms.
As part of the terms of un armis
tice the Kvenlug News says It under
stands the allied nutlous will Insist
upon the surrender of the German
fleet, Including all the German sub
marines, and upon the occupation by
allied forces of all the fortified towns
on the Rhine.
Sir George Cave, the British home
aecretury, gave a long account In Uie
house of commons of Germany'» 111
treatment of British war prisoners
nnd her continued violation of agree
ments concerning prisoners of war.
The home secretary declared that Ger
many ought to lie made to puy for
thee
violations.
Battle Against Profiteering.
Han Francisco. Formation of a pro
posed $3,000,1««) state wide organiza
tion to stop profiteering In foodstuffs
und reduce prevailing food prices wus
effected here Tuesday. Representa
tives of the State Federation of La
bor, Federated Women's clubs, the
State Council of Defense and other or
ganizations were present at the con
ference.
Rumania May Re-enter War.
IiOQdnn.—Accumulating Indications
point to an early re-entry of Rtnnnulu
Into the wur. Private advices from
Bucharest state that ex-Preinier Hrat
lanu, who wus virtually forced out of
offlee by the Germans, Is about to re
turn to power. The keynote of his
platform will he renewal of Ru
mania's war on the central powers.
Guatemala Hit by Yellow Fever.
Xnu Diego, Cal.—Chumporlco and
San Juan tie Guatemala. Central Amer
ican ports, have been placed under a
atrlet quarantine ou account of yellow
fever, according to word brought here
by shipping men. Salvador, Honduras
and Nicaragua have put restrictions
on the traffic from the two ports.
Australia Does Her Bit.
Melbourne, Australlu. Staue concep
tion of what Australia has doue tu the
wur und of the losses sustained by the
commonwealth can be gained from
figures which have Just been Issued
officially, out of n population
5,(*«>,tK«), Australia has sent abroad
836.000 men.
Rumanians Will Fight in Siberia.
Washington. A brigade of Ruman
ian Infantry has been organized
Siberia to fight with enteute troops,
according to a cablegram received
Tuesday by ITof. T. O. Masaryk, presi
dent of the t 'zecho-Xlovnk national
Couuctl.
Becomes Linguist in Prison.
Terre Haute, Ind.—Having learned
Russian, Spanish, German and French
while lu prison, former Mayor IHm
Roberts, back from Fort Leavenworth,
where he was sent for election fruuds,
declared he will offer his services to
the government.
Kaiser Abdication Rumored.
C<>i>enha*tNi.— Following a meeting
nt Berlin of the leader» of the Ger
man federated states, the kaiser con
sider» his position hopeless and Is pre
pared to abdicate, according to a late
dispatch received here.
Bombing German Positions.
London The British Independent
sir force again has been busily en
gaged In bombing German positions Lor
behind the battle line nnd has tael
with giMMl results, aeeortllng to an of
ft * -ii» I communication.
Bun Put on Club Sandwiches.
New York.—Club sandwiches con
talnlng chicken or bacon, or any
dishes containing more than one kind
of meat, must dlssppeuP from hotel
menus, according to an interpretation
by the federal food Iwatrd.
Cut Off From Supplies by Flood.
Asheville, N. C.—Two thousand ne
gro soldiers and a numlM-r of white of
fleers, employed in the Ptssah forest.
have tw-t-n cut off from nil supplies by
flotals caused hy heavy rain».
Turks Attack Germans.
Constantinople and Smyrna, according
. . ,
to a dlsputeh fr«un Mytilene, Island of
Le»l>o# t to the l'atH». At both cities,
the dispatch nd« Is, Germans were at
tacked.
Rioting has broken out at
Athens.
Excess Profit* Taxes Imposed.
Washington.— Individuals «•ngnged In
business separately or In partnership
,,, ,
will be require«! to pay a war en era
profits tax. In addition to rhelr in
come tax, und«-r a new provision In
tlw revenue bill.
IDAHO STATE NEWS
Cumtux, the mail station up Boise
river, formerly known as Cottonwood
station, will receive twice a week mall
service beginning November 10.
Receipts from the Red (.'rosa sale
held at Payette reached $1000, and
$200 worth of stuff remained unsold.
Another sale will be put on later.
Men are In great demand at the
present time for gathering beets in the
sugar heet sections of the state, ac
cording to appeals made to the federal
employment hoard.
Twin Palls' fourth bank, the Twin
Kalis Natlonul hunk, organized by
Twin Pulls and Shoshone capitalists,
will be in operation wltliln the next
00 days. It Is said.
Partners of Canyon county ure real
izing that they are losing thousands
of dollars' worth of crops every year
on account of gophers, and are taking
Steps to eradicate this pest.
Under the direction of the state
hoard of health the Alhloti State Nor
mal school has been placed under
((uarautine In an uttempL to prevent
u foothold.
George H. Van DeSteeg, who left
Nampa as the commanding officer of
company B of the Second Idaho, has
been promoted to the rank of major
In the field artillery, according to word
received Inst week.
Pive young women members of the
Twin Pulls high school faculty, dur
ing the enforced vacation taken pursu
ant to the order of the board of health,
Hre spending their time in a nearby
beet field, topping sugar beets.
Warden Prank IS. DeKay of the
Idaho state penitentiary lust week re
ceived a telegram from the war de
partment stilting that his son. Prank
DeKay, Jr., had been wounded twice
by shrapnel shell and hud also been
gassed.
W. W. Gruhum wus arrested lust
week at Nampa as a draft slacker. It
Is claimed by Graham that he has been
out In the hills for the last six months
and knew nothing of the registration
and that he was planning to go to
Boise to enlist.
Word of the first of Gooding coun
ty's sous to give his life in action in
the trenches in Prance was received
in a letter by Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Cramhlett on October 10. Ernest, one
son, re|H>rted the death of Prank,. Ids
next older brother.
Bunk reiKtrts received at state Lib
erty loan headquarters up to October
23 total $15,379.050 for the state. This
shows an excess so far of $700,050 over
the state quota. Idaho's quota will be
exceeded far more thnn this when all
bank reports are received.
Immediate calls are to he made for
cluss 1 registrants between 10 and 30
of the September 12 registration, un
der a temporary state allotment of
"S29 men, until classifications and ex
amlnatlons can he completed and
definite quota can be established.
Mrs. James McDevltt died at her
home In Placervllle after retiring the
previous evening apparently In good
health. Heart trouble is given as the
cause of Iter death. Mrs. McDevltt
wns a pioneer of the Boise basin,
having resided there since the early
sixties.
The state of Idaho Is out approxi
mately $20,(H)() per day In maintain
ing its school system during the Span
ish Influenza epidemic, us all teach
ers will continue to receive their sul
arles during the closed period where
their contracts do not expressly state
otherwise.
In an altereatlon over the terms of
a land lease, Prêt! W. Berger. Non
partisan candidate on the Democratic
ticket for state representative, was
shot through the abdomen by Prank
Dolan, tenant on his farm near Ber
ger. Berger will recover. Dolan
claims self-defense.
Registration may he made by quali
fied voters for the general election to
take place November 5, up to and in
cluding Saturday evening. November
2, and according to the election laws
those who have not registered by No
vember 2 will forfeit their right to
vote on election day.
Plans are being laid by Allen B.
Eaton, chairman of the Idaho War
Savings committee, to have a state
wide campaign some time in the early
IMtrt of December, during which the
entire amount necessary lo bring
Idaho "up to scratch" on her Thrift
Stamp quota will be raise«!.
A complaint against the Hailey M a
ter company, alleging that the com
pany does not keep sufficient pressure
in Its main pipes to furnish water for
domestic and sprinkling use, nnd for
fire protection nt the town of Halley,
has been tiled with the public utilities
commission by the city of Halley.
Work has nlremiy l>oen hojrun on
efficient organization
plans for more
next year of the United States boys'
working reserve In Idaho, Harvey
Allred, state tlirector. announced last
An enrolling officer is to be np
ixtlnted In every high schtHil in the
^ ,vk
state;
Word hn* been received at Malad of
the death of John Daniels at Camp
The young man has
Fremont, Cal.
been at Camp Fremont for the past
His death was caused
two month«
by pneumonia. Muperkuluced by Span
Ish Influenza.
Contractor Boomer hits two steam
»hovels at work on building the State
highway along Salmon river besides
having opened up « half dozen camps
for employment of men and teams. The
first «even mites of the road south of
Xalnion will be completed and sur
faced within u month.
U FALL OUT
A «mall bottle of "Danderine"
keeps hair thick, strong,
beautiful.
Qlrtel Try this! Doubles beauty
of your hair in a few
moments.
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Within ten minutes after an appli
cation of Danderlne you can not find a
single trace of dandruff or falling hair
and your scalp will not Itch, but what
will please you most will be after a few
weeks' use, when you see new hair, fine
and downy at first—yes—but really
new hair—growing all over the scalp.
A little Danderlne Immediately dou
bles the beauty of your hair. No dif
ference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Dan
derlne and carefully draw It through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time. The effect is amazing—your hair
will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have
an appearance of abundance ; an In
comparable lustre, softness and luxu
riances
Get a small bottle of Knowlton's
Danderlne for a few cents at any drug
store or toilet counter, and prove that
your hair is as pretty and soft as any
—that it has been neglected or Injured
by careless treatment—that's all—you
surely can have beautiful hair and lots
of It if you will just try a little Dan
derlne.—Adv.
Get New Kidneys!
Lizards May Save Crops.
Lizards are used in Trinidad to com
bat milllions of froghoppors that are
now infesting the sugar-cane fields.
These insects, which work devasta
tion by sucking sap from the roots
and leaves, have been known in the
Island for some time, but of late they
have Increased so rapidly that scien
tists have undertaken to find a means
of exterminating them. One plant
er has established a special breeding
place for lizards, which feed freely
on the froghoppors. Special precau
tions are taken ts prevent the de
struction of the reptiles by birds or
other creatures that might feed on
them.
The kidneys »re the most overworked
organs of the human body, and when they
fail in their work of filtering out und
throwing off the poisons developed in the
system, things begin to happen.
One of the first warnings is pain or stiff
ness in the lower part of the back; highly
colored urine; loss of appetite; indiges
tion; irritation, or even stone in the blad
der. These symptôme indicate a condition
that may lead to that dreaded and fatal
nulady, blight's disease, for which there
is said to be no cure.
Do not delay a minute. At the first in
dication of trouble in the kidney, liver,
bladder or urinary organs start taking
Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules, ana
save yourself before it is too late. Instant
treatment is necessary in kidney and blad
der troubles. A delay is often fatal.
You can almost certainly find immediate
relief in Gold Modal Haarlem Oil Capsules.
For more than 200 years this famous prep
aration has been an unfailing remedy for
• II kidney, bladder and urinary troubles.
It is the pure, original Haarlem Oil vmjr
great grandmother used. About two cap
sules each day will keep von toned up and
feeling fine. Get it at any drug store, and
if it does not give you almost immediate
relief, your money will bo refunded. Re
sure you get the GOLD MKDAL brand.
None other genuine. In boxes, three
sixes.—Adv.
A Close Estimate.
The Boss—Oh, yes
you're honest ns the day Is long.
The Job Hunter—I used to be. but
I haven't figured It out since the day
light saving law went Into force.
I
suppose
Cold fn the Head'*
I« an RTuf« attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per
sons who ar« subj«ct to frequent "colds
In tho hoad*' trl!l And that the use of
HALL'S CATARRH MKDICINK will
build up tho System* cleanse the Blood
and render them leas liable to colds. Î
Repe ted attack» of Acute Catarrh may
lead to Chronic Cntnrrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE t» tak
Internally and acta throogh the Blood
on the Mucou» Surface« of the System.
>11 Druggist» 75c. Testimonial« free
9*00.00 for anv case of catarrh that
HALL'S CATAÉRH MEDICINE will not
cure.
F J. Cheney fk Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
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Rough on Pa.
Pallier —What does the teacher say
•bout your poor arithmetic work7
Willie—Kite Bays «lut'd rnlher you
wouldn't help m» with IL—Huston
Transcript.
THE ROLL OF HONOR
JK APP, ' CHARLES W.
K ANDERSON, CLARENCE M. W
q ATKIN80N, F. M.
Ä BANNER, GEORGE H.
BALLINGER, MERRILL
0 BATE, JOHN W.
0 BATE, OLLIE M.
BEACH, LEO
BELTON, GUY C.
BENNER, FRED C.
at BERGMAN, H. W.
BOCK, ARTHUR
BONO, STEPHEN >
0 BORDEN, ROSS P.
Ul» BURNS, ELBERT J.
BURRELL, ORMAND
0 BUSHNELL, DO'JQLAS
0 CANNON, ALLEN W.
jUl CANZLER, ALVE
we CARNEGIE, VERN A.
"ä CARTER, CHARLES
0 CASEY, DWIGHT
Uff CA 8 EY, CARL
a. CLEMENTS, FERDINAND
Sä- CASEY, THOMAS
Si CHENEY, FRANK B.
Mtt CHRISTOFFERSON, JOHN
**■ CLOSE, GEORGE H.
COOK, MONT. E.
HI CRANDALL, BUD W.
HI DALE, CHA 8 . K.
DALLIMORE, DR. F. C.
DAMON, HARRY
DAVIES, JOHN E.
DEXTER, CLARENCE
ml DRUMMOND, DONALD F.
EDDIE, LESLIE
ELLIOTT, JOHN
HI ELLIOTT, CLARENCE B.
ELROD, JESSE E.
SI ERICKSON, JOHN T.
SI FIELDS, ARTHUR
FIELDS, ESLEY
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