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flatbush— Dont you think tlmra t Ban» changed? Bensonhurst— Hont decidedly. Now, In the spring the young man'* fancy lightly turn« to thoughts of snow. Important to Hath on» Exam toe carefully every bottle ol CASTORIA, a safe and rare remedy ter latests and cb'tdren. and see that ft Is Dee for Over 80 Yean. Children Cry for Fletcher's Caatoria A Neutral. "Pa, what Is a neutral?" "One who has friends In both trenches." * y. »UU1TO HU KNVSR Y* Fifty y«sn of unintamiptad . Kline's JBpllepsy Medicine Insure« >11 Of COM A woman can adjust her figure to show up best at the point she wants It to. Dr. Pierce's Pellet« «re beet for liver, bowels end stomach. One little Pellet for a laxative—three for a cathartic.—Adv. Even the youth who claims to have a finished education has a lot to learn. Why That Lame Back ? Morning lameness, sharp twinges when bending, or an all-day back ache; each Is cause enough to sus pect kidney trouble. Get after the cause. Help the kidneys. ' We Americans go It too hard. We overdo, overeat and neglect our aleep and exercise and so we are fast becoming a nation of kidney sufferers. 72% more deaths than In 1890 is the 1910 census story. Use Doan's Kidney Pills. Thou sands recommend them. An Idaho Com » 8. D. Inghram, 2402 E. Main St., Lewiston, Idaho, says: "I was so crippled with rheumat ic palna, that for two years I had to hobble around on crutches. Life was a burden and my back ached all the time. My system was filled with uric acid, my sight was poor and my kidneys t e r r 1 b ly disordered. When I had almost given up hope Doan's Kidney Pills cured me. The cure has lasted." <2»t Dean's at Aay Store, 80c a Be« KIDNEY PILLS FOSTERAULBURN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. tmrt Tillt « turj." \ I DOAN'S Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief —Permanent Cure CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never fail. Purely vegeta ble — act surely , ORTERS • ITTLE IlVERl lix but on the liver. Stop after dinner dis tress-cure indigestion, improve the complexion, brighten the eyes. IMDUX PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature Every Woman Want« ANTISEPTIC POWDER FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved la water for «loaches steps pelvic catarrh, nloermtioa «und Inflam Pinhhan* Med. Co* for tea years. A heading wonder for nasal catarrh, gore threat end sore eyea. EconoenkaL K 2 Kill All Flies! Disease _ «cd kills «0 restant, aad (hasp. f —■ ■-aHaaaenin »-» t 6aliyri»- MI!»r KSÄÄSfeÄ MAROLD 60MCfiS,1Ub«ka<h*ve., Brooklyn, N. Y. LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED BLACK t» C attar's Blast!«« Pill«. Lav priced, freah. rellabla; preferred by Western stockmen because they pro LEG Write for booklet and testimonial*. It-deee pk|t. Blaekle« Pill« $1.0» M-ieee pk«t. Blaekle« Plftt 4.00 Dee any Injector, bat Cutter's beet, of Cutter products Is due to orer If in vaoslase sud fitrUM eely. The superiority of era of lallet en Cutte r's. If unobtainable, ordt LABORATORY. Berk*Uy, THS CUTTCB Baréty to Gray «v Fsdsd Hair. S E j«: ÄSSL 2 250 J COLORADO K R. LAND bald by ua under low price option, have steadily advanced; adjoining fine wheat and alfalfa farms. The heat, aureat inveatmeot. IS.000 Invested bow will double ia It moat ha Particulars free. West era Dfvrlopmeat Ce.» Dearer. Cels. BVUOX WATER helps when all else falls; greatest drug-free, pleasant, palatable, rura thre eth«r waters. ter ever put out; different from all A sente wanted alao. AM MFti. CO., 14t# < urtla8t.JJesver.Cwto. LOO FA 1»- Vegetable Sponge, grows In Cali fornia, Invaluable for kitchen, bath, house hold cleaning, sanitary. Indestructible. 10c «ample. Swaeey, SttlJekBldg., 8ao Francisco. a GALLSTONE FREE ESi 1 KVs...» bo. Writs for our Facts TV»-lay. W. N. U, Salt Loks City. No. 21-191«. neuer ram CRISIS IS AVERTED! in ed with and d SECRETARY BAKER MAKES REAS SURING REPORT ON BORDER SITUATION. Dee. 8earch for Villa Will Continue, Car* ranza Troops to Take Part In Search In Section Where Amer* loans Are Not Operating. tle. also der. this * Washington.—An optimistic view of the Mexican border situation was laid before President Wilson and his cab inet on Tuesday by Secretary Baker, after a long conference with Major General Scott, chief of staff. General Carranza and his advisers now under stand the motives of the Washington government more fully than ever be fore. as a result of the conference at HI Paso between Generals Scott and Funston and Obregon, Mr. Baker was able to tell the cabinet, and tension along the International boundary line has greatly relaxed. General Scott believes that the whole situation is less acute than it has been at any time since the raid on Columbus, N. M. General Obregon, It is learned, en tered the conference with much appre hension as to the real purpose of Gen eral Pershing's swift march deep into Mexico in pursuit of Villa and his raiders. The American conferees were able to convince the Mexican war minister, and through him, General Carranza, that President WilBon's announce ment of the purpose of the expedition told the whole story; that Its mission was only as described, to disperse or capture the bandits and return across the line. The change In General Obregon's views wais clearly Indicated by prom ises of co-operation he made at thg_ conclusion of the conference, prom ises approved by General Carranza and which he is now carrying out with promptitude and vigor, according to official reports from army officers and consular officials In Mexico. While General Scott, for his part made no promises as to withdrawal and very clearly stated to General Obregon that United States troops would stay in Mexico until Carranza forces had' fully demonstrated their ability to nandle the bandit situation, assurances were given that American troops would not operate In partB where Carranza forces were active. This will be done to avoid, all possi bility of clashes. ter. him MURDERED AS SHE SLEPT. Oregon Woman Meets Death In Lone ly Farm House. Portland, Ore.—Mrs. Helen Jennings, aged 41, twice a divorcee, was mur dered as she slept on her late father's farm, seventeen miles southwest of Portland, and Fred Rtstman, a Port land chauffeur, who Is believed by the police to have carried the assassin to his work, ts missing. Ristman's automobile, blood bespattered and In dicating that Rtstman himself was the victim of a grapple in the dark, was found a few hundred feet from the farm late Tuesday, giving the first clew to the murder. CABRERA PREPARES TO FLEE. Guatemala President May Leave Coun try as Result of Revolution. Galveston, Texas.—Information re ceived In Mexico City and transmit ted to the Mexican consulate here is to the effect that President Estrada Cabrera of Guatemala ts preparing to flee the country as a result of a revo lution there. The message says that Cabrera has a vessel waiting at a convenient port to carry him and a few followers to the United States. Champion Loses on Foul. Ogden, Utah.—Jack Halbertson of Ogden was awarded the match with Champion Pet Brown of Taylor, Texas, at the end of Sixty minutes Ol wrest ling Tuesday night by Referee Bed Petre of Green River, Wyo., who con tended Brown fouled Harbertson by bunting, gouging and jabbing in the face. All bets were declared off. «0 Y. Lav by pro Tour of 8uffragiats Ended. Washington.—Envoys of the Con gressional Union for Woman Suffrage brought their 10,000 mile tblrty-etght day tour of the country to a climax Tuesday night with a final plea to about fifty representatives and sen ators gathered in the rotunda of the capitol for passage of the Susan B. Anthony suffrage amendment at this session of congress. beet, If Borah Opposes Suffragists. Washington. — Senator Borah, Re publican, denounced the Susan B. An thony constitutional amendment for woman suffrage as violating state'» right». In a letter to an Idaho suf frage organization. under The bow free. Jury Disagrees. Doe Angeles, Cal—David Caplan s trial for murder In connection with the destruction of the Los Angeles Times building ended Tuesday when the Jury reported hopeless disagree ment and was discharged. falls; rura all Cali house 10c Hughes Vermont unolee. Montpelier. VL—Justice Hughes of the supreme court had a lead of about two to one over Theodore Roosevelt in the Republican presidential pri maries according to the showing of returns. a «tas, F " We hare been telling Dr. Kilmer'» Rwamp-Root for the pn»t »«Ten year» and that time we have never heard a int. All of our customer» «pas* in the highest term» of the résolu obtain ed from iU o»e and all are well pieced with it »■ a kidney, liver and bladder medicine. We think it is a fine remedy and we »ell a great quantity of it. Very truly your», E. E. HARRAH A SON, Druggist». Golden City, Mo. delicious, finely flavored, rich d Dee. 17th, 1915. Send tea cent» to Dr. Kilmer A Co, Binghamton, N. Y, for a eample else bot tle. It will convince savons. You w»U also receive a booklet of vslosbl» _ infor mation, telling »bout the kidney* sad blad der. When writing, be eure end mention this paper. Regular dollar eixe bottle» I of at the it en his or thg_ out part their partB fifty-cent sad oaa for wie et all drug «tor»».—Adv. Looked That Way. The postman handed him the let ter. One glance at the envetype »ent him nearly Into hysterics. "Heavens!" he cried, "the first chal lenge I ever got." "Duel" waa in big letters on the outside of the envelope. "But I can't fight and—" So he hurried to the atatlon-house, explained that he knew of no enemy who should demand his blood and asked for protection. Three blue-coated arms of the law presented themselves. The detective force hurried out. By that time the desk sergeant had recov ered. He said It meant "Due one cent."— Ctlca Press. HEAL SKIN TROUBLES That Itch. Bum and Disfigure by Using Cutlcura. Trial Free. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal. Rashes, eczemas, pimples, dandruff and sore hands yield to treatment with Cutlcura Soap and Ointment. Relief is Immedi ate and healmont. In most cases, com plete, speedy and permanent. Free sample each by mall with Book. Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. NO STEADY JOB FOR HIM Theophilu« Had Good Reason for Giv ing Up Banjo Playing—Threat ened With Awful Disaster. A southern man tells of a darky named Theophllus Baxter, known as "the champion banjo player of Ala bama." Wishing to afford a northern friend an example of real darky music, a Mobile woman went to Baxter's house, with a view to enlisting his services at a musical function. She found his wife instead. "Very sorry, missy," said Baxter's spouse, "but Theophllus he ain't play in' de banjo any more. He Jest puts ln all bis time flshln' now," "What led him to give up bis play ing?" asked the disappointed caller. "Has he got religion?" "No, missy, ha ain't got religion, but he's done got skeered." "Scared? Of what?" "Of dat minstrel show, honey. De boss learns dat my ole man kin play, an' he offers him a stlddy Job doin' it. Yassum, an' It skeered Theophllus so bad dat he quit banjo playin' right away."—Philadelphia Ledger. Lone mur of Port the In the was the first The Knocker. "Tompkins has knocked about ths world quite a bit, hasn't he?" "Yes, and he's knocking about every thing In It, too." Coun re is to revo that a a It's a good thing to have a temper tf you know how to handle It. MEAL-TIME CONSCIENCE. What Do the Children Drinkf There are times when mother or father feeds the youngsters something that they know children should not have. Perhaps It Is some rich dessert but more often it Is tea or coffee. It ia better to have some delicious. of with Bed con by the hot food-drink that you cay take your ggjf and feed (9 your children, con scious that It will help and strength en. but nevçr hur^ t A Yorkstate Ira coffee many years In spite of the con viction that It injured my nervosa aye tern and produced my nervous head aches. While visiting a friend I was served with Postum and I determined to get a package and try it myself. The result was all that could be de sired ly colored beverage. Since I quit cof fee, Postum has worked wonders for herp, y toys: "i used Con to sen the B. this me. "My husband, who had suffered from kidney trouble when drinking coffee, quit the coffee rad took up Postum with me and since drinking Postum he has felt stronger and better, with no Indication of kidney trouble. "You may be sure I find It a great comfort to have a warm drink at meals that I can give my children, with a clear conscience that It will help and not hnrt them as coffee or tea would." Name given by Poet urn Co. Battle Creek, Mich. Postum comes In two forms: Postum Cereal—the original form mast be well boiled. 15c and 25c pkgs Instant Postum —a soluble powder— dissolves quickly In a cup of hot wa ter. and, with cream and auger, make» a delicious beverage Instantly. 30< and 60c tins Both forms are equally dellctoo» and coat about tha same per cup. "There's a Reason" for Postum. Re An for state'» suf s with Angeles when of about pri of IDAHO STATE NEWS » Halley is to have a new bank which will be opened about June 1. The bond election which decided the paving of the butines# district of Blackfoot carried by a vote of 379 to 25. Owen Sortvens, a man wanted at American Falls for robbing a punch board of some gold pieces, waa ay reeled at Nainpa. 8. D. WUllanm, • a rancher living near Greenleaf, had one of his legs broken In three places last weak in a runaway accident. Miss Catherine T. Bryden, county Superintendent of Latah county, has announced her candidacy tar state su perintendent of public instruction. A second hearing la to be had In the came of firs. Pearl T. Shoemaker, who shot her husband and nine-year old daughter at Glenns Kerry on May 3. Jose Gestal, a resident of Boise for the past 30 tears, died last week aft er a short tjlneis. A complication of diseases caused death.. He waa 61 years old. By way o^ observing "factory day" the Caldwell Commercial club has designated May 23 aa a time when excursions Will be made to all the manufacturijng plants of the city. The governor of Montana has ap plied for the return to that state of Hiram Chlvers, wanted In Boxeman county for seduction. Chlvers Is un der arrest at Shelly, and resists ex tradition. Jack Frdst made a somewhat pro tracted cal] at the orchards In south ern Idaho bn May 10, with the result that stewed prunes are likely to be more »ppnjiclated next tall than they were last. Although a 10 per cent Increase In parcel post business for one year Is considered good la the average post office, the records of the Boise office show a 17 per cent increase for the year ending April 1. The next proposition to he put be fore the ppople of Blackfoot will he a public library and this will ho popu lar under the new spirit which has been born along with the general building boom now on. The adjutant general of the United States arrpy has requested the gover nor to select not to exceed three qual ified candidates from the Idaho nation al guard for appointment to the West Point military academy. Two outbreaks or hog cholera were reported In Ada county last week and were promptly checked. One herd ol 76 and Another of 36 animals, both located below Kngle, wero infected and the hogs were promptly vacci nated. A petition In bankruptcy has been filed by Otto West of Pocatello. Mr. West hat] been conducting a dress ing establishment, but business re verses, Including a fire, have rendered it Impossible for him to meet his obli gations. A severe freeze, which camo unex pectedly after a day of high wind, on May 10, jlld much damage to fruit, al falfa and potatoes In southeast El more and northeast Owyhee countie«. The pea<|h crop on the King Hill pro ject will be considerably shortened. John Heine, an aged resident of the Dry creek community, was Injured when run over by the wheels of bis light wa.ton as he was returning from a trip to Boise, a passing automobile causing his horse to plunge forward and throwing him from the wagon. Mrs. fjleorgn Washington Adams of Boise, dénies that she lias abandoned efforts to recover alleged dower rights to New York real estate, valued at millions and once owned by the late Edward Tracy, wealthy brewer, whose legal wife Mrs. Adam« claims to have been. During the month of April, P. L. Williams, recently appointed agricul tural agent for Ada county, vaccinated nearly $00 cattle for blackleg. He Is still devoting his attention to this dis ease ana Inducing stockmen to protect themselves from losses by the use of vaccine on their herds. fishermen ol Pocatello ar« elated over the ordering Of 40,000 native trout from the state game department to be planted In Mink creek- This creek has long been a favorite resort of the follower* of Izaak Walton, but the -supply of fish has been gradually decreasing of late years. The mineral exhibit shown by the state of Idaho at the Panama-Pacific exposition in San Francisco last year has been Installed In the old Central school building at Boise and Is now ready for inspection. The exhibit is said by mining men to be the most complete ever assembled by any stata. The new chape! of the stake at Carey was dedicated last week. The building contains electric lights and a beating system and cost »11.000. By selection of the department of agriculture. Canyon county Is to bo the third county In the United States in which a home survey Is to be made. Governor Moses Alexander of Idaho and A. G. Bach« Ider, road expert of the executive board of the American Automobile association, will be among the speakers when the annual conven tion of the Inlermountahi Good Roads association Is held in Ogden, Utah, June 13 and 14. Jess McConnell, 26 years old, one of the McConnell brothers, well-known sheepmen of that section, committed suicide by shooting on Monday mom ing st his sheep camp, one mile north of Gardena It is said he had bees despondent for at or health fcr 6kk 'Women For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman's Most Reliable Medicine —Here is More Proof. To women who arc suffering from some form of woman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking down, the three following letters ought to bring hope: North Orandon, Wk — "When I waa 1# year* old I got married ami at IB year* I gnvo birth to twins and It left me with wry jxwr health. I could not walk across the floor w ithout having to «It down to rest and it wits liant for me to keen at>out and do my work. I went to a doctor and lie told mo I had a displacement and ulcers, and would have to have an operation. This frightened me so much that I did not know what to da Having heard of Ijrdia EL l'inklunn's Vegetable Compound I thought I would give it a trial and it mode ma aa ■ —Iwall as ever. I cannot say enough in favor of tha Phikham remedies." — Mrs. May a a Asiucii, North Croudon, Wls. [Y Testimony from Oklahoma. Lawton. Old*.—"When I began to take Lydia E. Flnkham 1 » Vegetable Compound I seemed to bo good for nothing. I tired easily ana had headaches much of tha tiinn and was irregular. I took it again before my littlo child was born and It »lid mo a wonderful amount of good at that time. I never fail to recommend Lydia E. link bam*» Vegetable Compound to ailing women 1 «'cause it has dene ao much for me."—Mrs. A. L MuCaslano, 601» Ilavo BL, Lawton, Olda. From a Grateful Massachusetts Woman. Roxbury, Mass.—"I waa Buffering from Inflam mation ami was examined by a physician who found that my trouble was caused by a displacement. My symptoms wero bearing down pains, backache, and sluggish liver. I tried noveinl kinds of medi cine; then I was asked to try Lydia 15. llnklmm's Vegetable Compound. It has cured me and I am pleased to bo in my usual good health by using it and highly recommend it." — Mrs. li, M. Osaooi», 1 Haynes link, ltoxbury, Mass. If you want sneclal advice writ« to I,ydla E. IHnkliain Medicine Co. rconfidential) Lynn, Mara. Ymir letter will l>c opened, read and answered by a woman and held In strict confidence. Luxury of Woe. Mandy had "dished up" my oncsonin lunch, but still she lingered near. . "Well, Mandy, what Is It?" I asked, recognizing the syinpti.xns. Bhe giggled consciously, "Plnaeo, Miss Ethel, cochin yo' lend me a pa r red stockln's?" "Rod stockings, Mandy? Are you going to a party?" She became Impressively solemn at once. "Ob, no, nils*. Ah's gwine to a fun'al." "But Mandy, red stockings at a fu neral! Everybody always wears black at funerals." "Yea rn. Ah knows, miss—" she hes itated—"but y o' see. Ah ezpects to prostrate mahself on de grave."—New York Evening Post, the bis A Famous Physician's Wonderful Discovery After a aerie* of careful expérimenta and teat« at tlie Invalid«' Hotel and Hur gieal Institut«, Buffalo, N. Y., covering many year#—Dr, Pierce, the medical di rector of that boepital, made announcement that he could prove that a medicine wbieh he called "ANURIC" waa the beat urio acid advent now to be bad. Aa a rem edy for tbo«e eairily recognized symptom* ol inflammation—aa amlding urine, lock ache and frequent urination, aa well aa •wdiment in the urine, or il urio acid in the blood haa caused rbeymatiam, lum aciatica, gout, it i* «imply wonder w quickly "Anuric" acta; causing the palna and atiffrfea# rapidly to diaap pear. Hwollen banda, anklee, feet are due to a dropsical condition, often cauaed by disordered kidneys. Naturally when the \ 7 % o' Explained. Patience—What la the difference be tween a fright and a perfect fright? Patrice— Well, you see, that bonnet you have on Is a fright; If 1 had It on It would bo a perfect fright. Costly. "Did yev give yer wolfe anything on her birthday, Pat?" "Ol did." "Phwat did It coat ycz?" "Tin dollar» or tin day»." Full Knowledge. "Pa, Coosln Maude la going to study dietetics. What'a dietetics?" "It'» this new science of dyes, son. Ask your father something harder." Pride often gives truth a severe Jolt _ Buy materials that last Certain-teed Roofing General Roofing Manufacturing Company Wurtd * kurve* mamt/arturtrv m/ Hmßmg mmd ft nwri Teil» si Cheering Him Up. A professional boxer was badly beat* en In a spurring match and carried t a his bed In an exhausted and tuelate choly condition. "I wish you'd say eomnthlng ta cheer him up, doctor," pleaded the de feated warrior's wife. "He's gntlln' low In his mind, and wbun tin's Ilka that you've no Idea how hard U le to wait on him. lie's worse than a bear with a toothache.'' "What can I say that wilt plnaaa blm most?" asked the doctor. "You might Just tell him In an off hand way that the man as Itcknd him Is mighty bad In the horspltal, Bint that they may have to hold a post mortem on him any minute now," waa the solemn suggestion. kidney» are deranged the blond ia filled with pniaonoue w»«te matter, which tot. tie* in the feet, ankle» and wrl*t»j under the eyea in bag like formation*. It i» just ■■ nremaary to keep the kid« m-ya acting properly a* to keep the befr ei« active. The very beat possible way to taka rare of youraelf ia to taka a glaaa of hot water before meula and an "Aneric" tablet. In way It ia readily diaaolved with liA food, picked up by the blood ami finally reaebea the kidneys, where it baa a tome effect in rebuilding thoae organa. Htep into the drug »tore and aak for e »leant package of "Anurie," or aend Dr. Pierce 10c (or trial pckg. "Anuric" many time# more potent than lltbia, eliminate# uric acid aa but water melt« anger. A »hör« trial will convince /»».- Adv. ibis HI* Treat. Hanon—Been to see tha doctor? Egbert—Bur# thing. "Did he treat you?" "Oh, no; It waa my traal. It east ma two dollara." The Facts In tha Casa. Burgeon | found tha ball In tha pat lent'a shoulder waa encysted 1'atlont—Of coure# you did. Teas me that I net »ted it. Hsard at tha Intalllgancs Office "Do you know of any cook who wilt remain In the country?" "Not ualsrae ah«> Is burled there " Judge flometlmee the man who say» Just what be thinks has an Impediment is his thoughts.