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MmÊmÊmâmmmmmmmÊm - m T mp A O OA D T R/HT AIT of Voiles ju& arrived, beautiful de j\ NICt A»jJv/iV 1 lVitléiyi I signs, which we are selling at 33c and 39c ber yard. See them before buying. ^Dozens of beautiful Coats,^ Capes, Dolmans, Dresses and Skirts to select from, pnced way down. qMens Ladies and Children s Hats m Panama s and Straws, 10c and up. <JBig lot of Notions arrived today, most anything you could call lor and cheaper than elswhere. We DO sell cheaper than others. GOLDEN RULE MERCANTILE <3 ITOJSMBMlilMRMMIttfiKKMKMM I The farmer» prefer to sell milk | i *1.70. for I BUNDED HEROES BEING MADE OVER I ^ _ __ ■ ... They Oome ts Cvsrgiwen DesstoarUd Weary Lada sad I« «hört Time Be Cheerful and Hopeful—Paae Motabie Progress Made at Baltl ^ mors Institution. MSPAH TUNED TO HOPE Through Period of Mental Roadjuet —ont and Physloal Adaptation Ba font They Can Weigh Plana for 1 ! I I Futurs. ■vary now and then one meeta a young soldier on the »treat« of Haltl stepplng along briakly, hl« arm fetterlock ad with that of a bright jmuig woman. The overseas stripe« ■a the soldier's left aleove attract at tlon. which la Intensified by one or Mr* wound »tripes on hla right sleeve, ■la alep 1« buoyant, and a persistent anile light« up hla face. One looks •gain and again to he convinced that «W soldier I« sightless. He Is one of th« boy« from Bver k nfll.^llv as General Ho* ZZiïÎTTZJwiïÏL _* fnr ...ret«, with one of the young . . . their efforts ¥ bHng Sw ^ t^the 'ads who I tributed ter. It ermnent X His Bunkie 1 - - ' 1 I / q • u n i - I b \ He did his duty for Amenca. He lived clean—fought hard—and died. He was your HONOR HIM BY TAKING YOUR SHARE OF THE i bunkie" too. U VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN l This advertisement contributed through the patriotic co-operation of ONEIDA ELEVATOR CO. . . , t have sacrificed their eye« for the world a aafety. Tlwre are many sut h sightless, hat all are < îee a hopeful. In marked contrast to the down-hearted, weary lada who cam* " Evergreen a month or »0 ago. These blind have been recreated at Kver | green, for they have bean rendered , This Is the result of the training at Evergreen, which Sir Arthur I'earson, the famous English «pert, hl "' s * blind, on a recent visit here, dec to be equal to that at his own . Dnnstnn's hospital ln England. Evergreen was donated to the gov ernment by Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett, 1 daughter-in-law 0 f the late John W. Garrett. '•elf dppendent, efficient and hopeful. Lauded by 8lr Arthur Pearaon. I Mrs. J. Mayhew Walnwrlglit, who | has made her home In New York for many years, but whom Maryland con siders her own, Is the hostess at 1 Evergreen. Now that the wounded nre being returned to our shores the num ! her of her guests Increases dally. I During their first days (hey are 111 nd uncomfortable ln their 1 I i a wonderful change ln their lives. I Their steps become surer and they gain confidence In themselves that Is at'ease surroundings, hut a few days make ! tliey are prechided from re-entrance Into usual occupations, or even nor mnl BomP training. So completely will their lives he changed U necessary for them to pass ••'rough a period of mental readjust 1 "."'"t nnd, p.,ysle«,_nd»„taMon before lgOO'1 to BPf*. The patients are either totally blind have such «lefeettve vision that I or iTipv ran fl)|)ire rp ba ,||fflenllles confronting the In- | mmotors can lie appreciated only when ^ ^ ))n(1( . rKl00() ||lat tba blln( , hsve t0 b(1 taught even the almpleat conven (| ^ < f |jfp H|]0h „„ wftH|lnK w | th |,„imIIUik their food and dress Ing. There are courses to teach the i men "how to be blind," to teach them that, though blind, they are still nor n)en school authorities have provld- 1 ed courses In wage-earning occupa tlons. Among the courses are physical , rn1nlnff fundiimental handtraining, reading and writing of Braille, and f m g Physical training Includes 1 personal hygiene, swimming, bowling, I outdoor sports and gymnasium exer elses. There are courses in basketry, j wenvlng, netting, ehalr-caning and car pentry. No trade Is considered that | has not economic advantages for both 1 ''mployer and blind employee. Effl I cletic.v Is the watchword. Business and Office Training. It nppenrs quite probable that com merrlnl work will have to be the most serious occupational effort, and with i this idea comprehensive courses In p„ R | naKS economics, salesmanship, of floe management, use of mechanical ! office equipment and the principles of accounting and bookkeeping, are being developed. Agricultural courses are to he es taW , Hhad for tboaa who hnva nlrft | homes. Not only are the men trained. f positions are found for them. A recreational leader provides en tal . tn | nman f f„ r t p e n ien during tlielr j f n , a n a ,e. Dances, music, theatricals nnlsl e„,es are Important. i TAKE FOOD ALONG ON - TOUR OF BELGIUM I | a i ; I i Bulletin to Prospective Visitor« i ' j ■ i 1 Interesting sidelights oo present ^ conditions In Belgium are give« t n 'an official Belgian bulletin. contaJn Advites Them to Carry About Everything Needed. tag advice to repatriates and others going to Belgium. "The 9r«t oorairuxllty you must abso lntaly t*k e w im y on> " my* the bul j latlll> p*Hence and. no small quan tlty either. Life Is by no means easy and cannot be easy till, later, when tbe rwv)n ,truct1on of Belgium has act oa]ly begun. "Since there Is at present no wool | or cfrtton DOT K „rmenls of any kind, i n()r g j loas except at fabulous prices, | h<> fflrafnl t# ranaw Jonr wan lrobe ; >n() (n pr „ vl(le with enough 1 "IjMlIe*, do not forget this 1» a valuable pleee of advice— thread, needles and pins. Alao, wool for your bedding. | to MGHt ! ! carry since paper has reached an extraor dinary vaine ln Belgium, be sure to take boxes of writing paper, pen*. Ink, and as much ordinary paper as your You will find you trunks will hold. have saved about 100 per cent on your ! stock. "As far as food and provisions are concerned, do not hesitate to provide yourselves with as much sugar as yon There are some suburb« ln Brussels where no sugar has been dls As for but can get. tributed for six weeks, ter. It has disappeared since the gov ermnent brought the price down to j FREE! FREE! April ONLY For SPRINGER IRONING BOARD With Every General Electric Iron $2.50 $6.50 of Board of Iron Regular Price Regular Price Both for $6.50 I IDAHO POWER COMPANY The farmer» prefer to sell milk | *1.70. rather than save It for hotter, and aa not a »Ingle poond la Mar a consequence displayed In the shop windows. garine does not even exist any more, j so bring some of each, 'Though Brazil sends ns coffee It There Is i still costs a dollar a pound. ' left st all, nor candy, nor Ham Is not so scarce, i no cocoa j preserves, etc. ■ but very dear." INSIGNIA STOPS BULLET It Lodged In the Metal Service Insignia -.tti of a Soldier. " Where the chicken gets the ax a stray bullet struck First Lieut. J. S. McCume, chemical war works service, j His collar Insignia saved him from | Lieutenant McCume. who formerly commandant of the gas school at The 22-caliber bullet serious Injury, lodged in the metal service designator. wag Camp Zachary Taylor, was walking | a)ong U|e Kewburg road at Louisville i wban ba stopped the leaden missile. | Ha hear(I it w histle and felt It strike, ; Hp ^ d for tha person who had fired It. but without success. Return 1 lng to his quarters he told Lieutenant Bianford of his narrow escape, "1 ! looked for the bullet after it struck me but could not locate It," he said. Lieutenant Bianford inspected Lieu tenant McCume'« collar, where he said ! he had been shot. He discovered the small bullet Imbedded ln his Insignia. The force of the bullet Inflicted a a)l(fht brnlse on the officer'« neck. He ! will not wear a wound stripe. The "Flivver Plane.'' Introducing the "aeroflivver." Capt. Dgo d'Annunzlo's 20-foot airship, with a cruising period of two and one-half hours at 50 miles per, needs a name. Unofficially It la called the "flivver plane." _ j HOME HOME, SWEET V* -.tti " nu 's Sue, you ask? I'll tell you, friend, Sue was a little kid loved her TOUCrh old ^addy more Than any of 'em did; she'd play the parlor organ when Us two was all alone, An' sing that song so sweet like 'twould A-melted hearts of stone. t* (To he concluded next week! STAR MUSIC COMPANY American Falls, Ida.