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DISCOUNT Wool Skirts in plaids and stripes. Georgette Waists. Crepe de Chine Waists. Serge Dresses for Children. exceptional values and will make sensible and serviceable Chri&mas Gifts. These are Howland's V ariety Store I People and Event«. O. H. L. TIM I CARD. II».(bound, Ar. » 26 a m. Kulknii Ar. No 6 No IS No 4 No »4 of 3:10 a m. No. *3 10.46 a m. No. 1» 1:10 p.m. X: 16 p.m. No. 6 ...3:26 p.m. _ No. 17 ....T.OBpm I n brat Price* l>r 100. Balk, tirade, 1 t and 3 at flu $3 26 $3 20 $3.13 Turkey Red. dark | Turkey Had. bleached 3 22 3.17 8.10 1 33 8.17 3.10 Marquis ... Early Haart. Gold Coin and Uluestem Dlttb. Hybrid Backed wheat. In good, able sack*. 16c per 100 more. 3 19 3.14 3 67 3 16 3.10 3.03 merchant at ESS Call at City New* Stand for daily paper* W H Deck .Civil War veteran. Horn to Mr». Carl Rudean, Friday, a 64 pound daughter Mia* Kubb left fur Mlnaourt last week, to spend the holiday» with her parent* Get your stoves and rangea from the trader Hardware Co. They treat yon right 11 - 1 « The report* from Aberdeen are that the tin «dilation there show* little lm P foremen! Get In on those values at The Model'a big pre-inventory sale. They are going fast 12-10 Frank Boldt, a farmer west of town, *11 brought to the hospital yeaterday suffering from the flu. I I i ' 0 . — , ' ••<», Dr* Noth and Brhllta have , »wen »0 busy the past week as to re -1 b* *!** ** rv *'' < '* drlVRnv * Wallla I* chauffer for Dr «chills and M F Fitzpatrick Is acting In a like capacity for Dr Noth "No, we're not selling out." Its lust a big pre inventory sale, giving the public real values The Model 12-10 1 ! ! W Davis pa -ed through on No. IS this morning cn route to the con- \ fcr«-n « of governor» and governors His chief In ! I Ttie store baa been crowded every . ' eJ 1 ** !* i'f» Inventory sale. There are values there fov every member of the family. 12 - 10 1 : elect at Washington teres- there Is In Irrigation malten, and reconstruct hm pollcl I j I : ! Above Them All! Tk \ V V* <* O*. r • • rrV" Pont-. buy an unknown brand of flour and hope for the best FLO l row cod 2L5 Buy Yellowstone Sunny Valley or and be sure of good results THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR The Elevator That Serves You Best gin I Red Cross relief help» to mini mize grief. Mr. and Mr*. I. J. Wien* are ill with the flu. but are getting along nicely. ing The entire family of *!x member* of H. F. Coomlck, Is down with the I t>o n *t forget to get a box of thoae '*••»< >«*» »PP'« "'ey are all gone. Skaggs Ca»h Grocery. 12-6-10 Ml** IgMrene faring, who has been at Kel*o, Wash., for the past several month*, arrived home yesterday morning. flu er and There are bargain* waiting for you at The Model, but you will have to hurry to get your* They are going 12-10 mm The city board of health will not raise the ban for the appearance of "My ««Idler Girl" company which had arranged to play here the 13th. Mr*. George Tn**lng received a wire yeseterday announcing the death of her father. Mr and Mr*. Tu**lng are both recovering from an attack of Influenza. Carl Hauer was In from Proaperity yesterday, and roported the preva lence of flu In hi* locality. The school* are running there, but some of the children are being kept at home. The flu has struck the American Falls Milling company, catching troth the day and night ntller», and two others Those afflicted are iAslle I lllck», night miller, August Erickson Wien*. I Mr ami Mrs O. T Wilson have I «ont* to California to make their home i Mrs. Wilson has appointed Miss Beach M her deputy, to close up the affairs ' lit the iu|wvint«Ddont'i office, conduct , the teachers' examinations iwheduled , f „ r , h<> thm , ,, By , of nMt week -1 tt|rn th „ offlce over to m1r8 Drake at the beginning of the year 1 Paul Davis, of Hols«*, who was at ! the officers' training camp at Camp Pik*- \ik off 01 Vinertf nn „„ hl(l w , y home IB \ ! her of the same class as Spencer L. | I Baird for a part of the time He jaald Mr Baird had started home, but stopped off in Kansas for a short vt»u, but might arrive honve on any 10 1 tralu now commission would have received a had he stayed until December 16. but concluded he had no use for a com : mission In civil life He was a mein WILL 8URRENDEB KAISER OH DEMAND OF ALLIES Holland Wnnld Rather Intern Hoh eniollerns for Life. Rut Will Ahlde Allies' Deel«lon Breach of Hentrallty Mar Tost Motherlands Homo Territory. hr If the allies Insist upon the de livery of the former German emper or and crown prince to an Intema tlonnl court of Justice, Holland will yield, but will first urge that the allies content themselves with an undertaking by Holland to Intern them for life In one of the Dutch col onies according to an Amsterdam dispatch to the London Express Holland, It Is understood, will sug gest that Herr Hohenzollern and his son be placed on an Island In elthev the East nr West Indies, where they will be guarded by a Dutch fleet It I* also anticipated that Holland will he asked for compensation for permitting a violation of her neutral ity by allowing German troops to pass through the province of Lim burg on their retreat from Relglum, and for receiving German ship* from Antwerp. This compensation, say* the cor respondent. may possibly be the ces sion of certain territory along the Belgian frontier, owned by Holland since 1829. perhaps the southern part of Dutch Limburg, the popula tion of which region la claimed to be principally Belgian, The formation of an International Jury to try the former German em peror is gaining wide rapport In France, the Matin says. Attorney General I^scmive. after an Investigation, has transmitted to the ministry of Justice the charge of murder made against the former em oeror by Madame Prieur, whose hus i.iitir! was kIIled In the torpedoing ol the steamer Sussex, gin era I said that he considered the charge admlssahle In the French courts. The attorney "Over there" and "over here" fight ing men get Red Cross eheett IWTOJ U. S. H. Perler Some Traveler. To the little U. 8. 8. destroyer Porter goes the long distance steam er championship of the year. Secretary Daniel*' annual report show* that the Porter covered «4.473 mile* during her first year of Euro Conn y ghani The service. pean steamed 63.952 mile* during ttye yeai and the Davis, *3 016 miles. M«mber*hin In the Red Cross is in surance against regret.. IWS5J Want Garfield nt Peace Delegation FNiel Administration Garfield has been asked hy President WIIboii to hold hitnaelf In readiness to Join the pence delegation In Pari* to advise concerning of fuel production and distribution. Similar requests have been received by Henry P. Davison, chairman of the Red Cross war coun cil, and Bernard M Baruch, chair man of the war Industrie* board. It t* under*tod that the call for ali three officials may come shortly after the president lands In France. iHsa— The language of the American Red Cross Is universal. I ♦ + 1 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦T ♦ + You Had a Hoy In France. ♦ In a sense every American + + soldier who w'ent to France is ♦ ; + YOUR boy. You remember * t . w , hat t . h *' K, ' <1 ( ' r ®" d,d f ? r * J hlm * of J? 0 "/ 8 * . Next woek * ■ ♦ I™ «» f " r < h, ' r " how your ap ? PWctatlon by renewing your ♦ J membership ami inducing I T 2 _ er * J oln * + + ♦ THE "EM" Its Pause and Prevention. During the Jail and w inter months of every year, colds and sore throats are very common. When neglected, bronchitis and pneumonia often follow, the result in many cases being Death. Tweuty years ago the old-fashlon | influenza cold disappeared and in |t* plan* Bras born "La Grippe." One winter In particular the form was ex <-#pttonally severe und was ehrlston ed 'Russian Grippe." This year the same old malady has reappeared with a new natn ish Influenza." Helped hy weather conditions, in sufficient clothing, a weakened resist ance caused by the changed mode of living, owing to war conditions. It I has aasumed an epidemic form and j nil over the country has disorganized social and business conditions. The Death rate has been alarmingly high, due not so much to the "fiu" as to the fact that little had been done to guard against pneumonia and "back sets" which followed. The weather conditions started the fiu" and tt will keep up. more or I less, untlll the cold, froaty weather sets In, not-wlth-stamling the quar antine regulations. The ''flu" abated during each cold snap, to start up again as the weather got warmer. To believe that yovi "caught" the "flu" from some-one else, is to shift the responsibility from your own shoulders to those of another person, not realizing that you got tt thru' your own personal neglect. If you lived right, your body would be able to ac commodate Itself to the changing weather conditions, fall and spring Don't blame the other fellow be cause you got the "flu," Don't 9 pend vour time worrying about who Is go ing to give you the "flu"—spend It In taking care of yourself:—dress prop erly, with good warm clothes; sleep properly, with plenty of fresh air; eat properly, eat plenty of good, nour ishing food. Don't expose yourself to draughts or dampness—keep warm and dry! : Dor'» get the flu-scare; it weakens ! your body and makes you more sus ceptible to disease.—Dr. Qeo. A. Wil- j son. Chiropractor. "Span * ♦ ♦ ♦ Tour Opportunity For Service ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Every member of the Red Cross In Idaho should be glad of the opportunity afforded next week to renew his or her membership, and each should secure at least one new member. It .costs only $1.00, or $2.00 with a subscrip tion to the Red Cross mag azine. That is a small amount, but it has marvelous poten tialities In the field of mercy when used by the Red Cross. + ♦ * ♦ ♦ * ♦ + ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * * * * ♦ ♦ * ♦ * * +♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ MICKIE SAYS /^"CVIOVCO THIS V* tAR. BLRNK> » WRVE A MEVsS ITEM FOB. THE RftRîtt. "MR VSHOOTtS, wmo LIVES TEN bMV.ES FOnwi HERE AND HAS AV.VNANS -TRADED tN ANOTHER TO\NN, was vn our cvtn tod an and PURCHASED A $VOO ÖVLL OF »0005 AT BLANK 1 « STORE, ANO WAS SO WELL PLEASED THAT HE ANNOUNCED HIS INTENTION OF TRADING IN P ClTN HEREAFTER SO HE AVAIL HlbASELF OF THE I ORADE GOODS AND FINE IES AT BLANK'S. R&E, I SUPPOSE, FOR NEWS ITENIS NO NO-O , I "~1 GUESS not] PRETTN EAST I JEST INAVTTlVL THE BOSS SEES ( THAT "NEWS" I V ITEM J I I V 1 ') ma The family of Ben Adolf, which was ail down with influenza the last of the week, is improving. FOR SALE OR TRADE^Good piano very cheap. Inquire of Pete Davis. 12-10-13-17-20 TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. The regular teachers' examination! for all classes of certificates, which waa postponed from November on ac count of influenza, will be held In the court room In the court house, on December 19, 20 and 21, 1918. The teacher«' Institute which waa ale« postponed, will not be held this year Oounty Superintendent It HARRIET M. WILSON, DO YOU OWN AN Automobile? » HI I If so you have a battery that should be taken care of this winter while you cannot run your car. Do not put it in the house, it will sulphate from standing, thereby greatly shortening its life. Send it to us for wet stor age at the nominal charge of $1.00 per month. Or better still on dry storage for which there is no charge except for the reinsulation which the battery needs. f I Ü •. '«æs ; 3 :: 3 ■Efîi iïIEült SS— * '"Hm;.! YELLOWSTONE MOTOR CO. » Pocatello Idaho S * I t v I ' ABERDEEN MAH BILLED. Moots Death as Result of Hfs Team Running Away. Henry Hazel, a farmer living near Aberdeen, was killed in a runaway ac cident Monday afternoon. A 12-year old boy who was in the wagon with him escaped without injury. Hazel had a few bales of hay In the wagon box. These were thrown out with him, and forced him under the wheels. His head was badly crushed and death was Instantaneous. -IWSSf Another Power f'onnty Hoy Dies in France. The Home Service Section of the local Red Cross chapter has been no tified of the death in a hospital in France of Farrell H. Lelshman of Ar bon. Utah was the home state of Mr. Lelshman, but he came to live with his brother at Arbon several months before he was called In the selective draft and was registered In this county. No details have been receiv ed hy members of his family, as to whether he died of wounds or Illness. *m Burned hy Exploding Stove Polish. Laat Friday morning Mrs. G. Adoli was painfully burned while engaged In polishing a hot range, by the ex plosion of the stove polish she was using. Her right hand and wrist were severely burned and her left hand slightly burned. The injury Is painful and will be a long time In healing. It Is thought the polish must have contained gasoline. -fw^l Maximilan Harden Says the Kaiser Should Have Rnn Cabaret, "The kaiser missed his vocation; he should have managed a cabaret," declared Maxlmilan Harden, in an in terview with the Berlin correspond I ent of the London Express. "The kaiser had no personal pan in the war. He ^as discredited ana became a tool of the junkers. They thought him a coward and feared he would fail to sign the declaration of war, so they sent him to Norway. Foreigners saw the kaiser's facade, but never saw his interior. "The armistice terms are hard. If they form they form the basis of the peace terms, Germany will bè ruined. By losing possession of Alsace-Lor raine and Silesia, she cannot become an industrial country. Millions of Germans are sincere. The entente should treat them as men, not as mil itarists." WË — Many Soldiers Tried In' 1918. ■During 1918 a total of 642 officers and 11,595 men underwent military trials, as against 121 officers and 7,712 men in 1917, according to the judge advocate general's annual report. Desertion proved to be a prolific source of trials. There were 3,368 charges of desertion brought, put on ly 1553 approved convictions. PBEVENTIOH. > As a prevention against the "flu" or any other sickness, have yonr spine examined occasionally, as you do your teeth; and if your spine needs it, have it adjusted. As proper attention to your teeth prevents tooth ache, so will proper attention to your spine prevent sickness and "disease." Your spine is an opened book in which the well trained Chiro practor reads you)r condition. Ex aminations are free, so have your spine examined. See Dr.Geo.A.Wil son, Phone 7-W, Wones building, who will prove to you that Chiropratie is "Nature's Way To Health." Earl Wayland Bowman, publicity agent for the thrift stamp cam paign, was in American Falls yester day conferring with County Chair man Anderson. Mr. Bowman said Power county moved out of last place last month, but was still near the bottom, over year. Idaho, he said, would go the top before the end of the The • •• ••t Palace Cafe Is now serving the best 40 Cent Meals IN TOWN Everything Clean and Good We are here to serre the public, OPPOSITE BAUGH HOTEL The standard price paid for Country Butter and Eggs.