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Ill m <;<• On the Job. "He had a clever wuy of getting votes." "So? What was It?" "Passed out cigars to the women." "I should think that would have of fended them." "Not at all. Told them to take them home to tlielr husbands, and they all fell for the plan." BOSCHEE'S SYRUP will quiet your cough, soothe the In flammation of a sore throat and lungs, stop Irritation In the bronchial tubes, insuring a good night's rest, free from coughing and with easy expectoration In the morning. Made and sold Id America for flfty-two years, derful prescription, assisting Nature In building up your general health and throwing off the disease. Especially useful in lung trouble, asthma, croup, bronchitis, etc. For sale In all civil ized countries.—Adv. A won I Just Talk. 'Wombat, your wife Is talking about going to Europe next summer." "Well, it doesn't cost any more to talk about going to Europe than It does to talk about going to Hornet Crossroads. And Hint's where we're going."—Louisville Courier-Journal. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured by LOCAL APPLICATIONS, a* they cannot reach the aeat of tlie disease. Catarrh 1* a local disease, greatlv Influ enced constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will cure catarrh, ft is taken internally and acte through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE I* composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of tlie best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingredient* in HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is what produces such won derful result* In catarrhal conditions. Druggists 76c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney a Co., PropB., Toledo, O. Horrors. "I wouldn't kiss that dog if I were you." "Oh, Fido is washed every day." "That may he, but ns I ennie up the walk he has just caught a rat." An everyday ninn Is not necessarily weak, minded. Work Too Hard? J ills time of the year finds hurrying, to for summer. everyone et the home cleaned up It's a pleasure, too, when you're well, but no man or w "bad back" enjoys doing anything, f your buck is lame, if sharp twinges catch you when lifting ami yon (eel lired and worn out, kidney weakness is likely causing your trouble. Don't nail! Delay may cause gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease.' Doan's Kidney'Pills have helped people the an will •orld ^ or. A Utah Case T. O. 1 »avis, butoh or. N. East Rt.. I ooele, Utah, sa y a ; "l*ast fall I had a rather severe nttuuk of kidney trouble First it began with backache and my hack was constantly lame and sore. I kepi Kettln« worse until I was In serious condi tion. I was told I had gravel. There were other signs of kidney weakness. 1 used Doan's Kidnev •Pills and the first box of Doan's helped me and I kept on with them until I w cured " Evtrt h< ure Trill <7 I « i 'V, « o entirely Get Doan*« at Anjr St or a, 60c a Box KIDNEY PILLS FOSTER-M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. DOAN'S Raine Both Peef and Milk innpvnnrU' of Shorthorn cows are pro ducing from «. 0 (h) to' V2 000 lbs. of milk per year and producing < alvex that top the beef markets. This Is the combination that pays an the farm. The average farmer Isn't a spe cialist The. Short horn combines beef and milk us no other breed db**s AMERICAN 8HOKTIIOHN A8K'X, 18 Dexter HRERDERR' •ark Ave., Chicago. III. Your Best Asset — A Skin Cleared By — CuficuraSoap I DELEGATES ADOPT AGREE TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS PLAN WITHOUT DIVISON OR AMENDMENT. French and Japanese Amendment« Withdrawn After Formal State ments Are Made.—Italy Not Represented at Session. * Paris.—The covenant of tlie league of nations in revised form, moved by President Wilson, was adopted on April 28 by the peace conferénee in plenary session without a dissenting vote. The president's motion also named Sir James Eric Drummond as secre tary general of the league and pro vided for a committee to inaugurate the league. Thus one of the notable works of the conference passes its final stage and is incorporated In the peace treaty. The French and Japanese amend ments, after a brief discussion, wer* not pressed, and the way was thus cleared for unanimous acceptance of tlie league. Italy was not represented at the session, but the nnme of Italy nppears as one of the members of the leagu« In the covenant us finally adopted Nine labor principles were adopted for insertion In the treaty. President Wilson was recognized at the outset for a detailed explanation of the new covenant of the league. His speech was without oratorical ef fect and confirmed the explanation of the textual changes, and named Belgium, Brazil, Greece and Spain - on the league council and also on the committee to prepare plans for the first meeting of the league. Baron Maklno, head of the Japanese delegation, In a brief Speech called re newed attention to the Japanese amendment on racial equality. He. said that the race question was a standing grievance, which might be come a dangerous issue at any time, and announced that an effort would be made to have the principle of racial equality adopted as part of the document. Paul Hymans, representing Belgium, expressed the regret of tha Belgian people nt tlie selection of Geneva ns the Beat of the league of nations, while approving the high alms of the league. RELINQUISH CONTROL OF WIRES Burleson Has Recommended That Cables Be Returned to Owners. Washington. — The government is preparing to relinquish control next month of American cable lines and to restore the telegraph, and telephone systems to private ownership immedi ately after enuetment by congress or laws necessary to safeguard the prop erties. Postmaster General Burleson, ns di recting head of the wire communica tion service taken measure, announced on April 28 he lmd'recommended to President Wilson that tlie cables be turned back forth with, prolmbly not later thau May 10. An hour later the postmaster general gave out n statement saying he would ,recommend tjluit (the telegraph and telephone service be returned to pri vate owners, contingent, however, up on financial protection to be obtained from congress. over ns a war TO DEVELOP AIR SERVICE. Capt. Charles J. Glidden, an officer in the U. S. Air Service, Military Aero nautics, stated in Washington, this week : "All men who wish to take part In the development of tlie nation's air vice as an avintor or dirigible balloon pllof, chauffeur, mechanic or work at some thirty other trades required in tlie air service, by sending their and address immediately to tlie De partment Air Service Officer, 104 Broad Street, New York, N. Y., will receive an Important communication on tlie subject which I have prepared, after serving as nn officer months in tlie United States tinny fly ing school at Southfield, Americus, Georgia, and the United States Army bnlioon school at Fort Omaha, Ne braska." ser name a several Placing Orders for Ties. Portland.— R. L. Francis, assistant purchasing agent for the federal rail road administration. Southern Pacific lines, has begun placing orders for railroad ties to aggregate 20.000,000 feet among the mills of the northwest, It was announced Monday. Conviction Is Sustained. Washington.—Conviction of W F. Hallowell In Oregon on charges or us ing the matls to defraud was, In ef fect. sustained by the supreme court, which refuse« lo review ir case. Snowstorm Visits Britain. London.-—Following a period of per fect spring wenther, one of the worst storms in some time raged over tlie British isles Sunday night, covering the country with from four to six j inches of snow. Paris Fair is Opened. Paris.—The Paris fair, which Ger man long-range guns and air raids made impossible lust year, was for mally opened on April 2S hy President Poincare and a I off thor government end ; munir ,1s. 1 mu SAFE ON IIS GUARANTEE In lic Washington.—With Senator Hitch coek's hat in the ring, tlie density of presidential candidacies in tlie United States senate lias reached sucli a de gree as to suggest the formation of the "senatorial league of favorite sons." by release of W 11 Ham 1). Haywood, gen- i eral secretary and organizer of tlie I. ' W. W., serving a sentence in Leaven- ; worth prison for violation of the ' espionage law, have been signed. | his the est GRAIN CORPORATION OFFICIAL8 ARE CONFIDENT OF THE 8AFETY OF PLAN, Federal Wheat Director Declares That Crop Indications Are That Wheat Will Be Traded in on a Fair Price Basis. New York.—Officers of the grain corporation announced on April 26 their conviction, at tlie close of a three day conference to determine policies for the coming year, that the govern ment price guarantee to wheat growers :ould be made effective without en dangering the market or causing loss to the national treasury. Julius H. Barnes, president of the corporation and federal wheat director declared that crop Indications were that wheat would be traded in on tlie government fair price basis. It will be possible, he added, that the murket generally might be above the fixed price schedule, in which event the wheat director would not be influenced In trading, ns congres» 'adopted no maximum pfice policy. In case a crop exceeding the de mand required government purchases and resales in order to make good tlie difference between the market price and the farmers' guarantee, Mr. Barnes said the conference recognized tlie necessity of measures to insure re flection of the resale rate to consum ers of bread. However, with the spring wheat sea son two weeks late, indicating a de creased acreage offsetting the fore cast reeord-brenklng winter crop, the director asserted there was a lessened chance that the country would produce "the very large exportable surplus of wheat popularly expected." I AMERICA TO FEED THE WORLD United States to Send Foodstuffs to War Stricken Europe. Paris.—In the harvest year from August, 1Ö18, to August, 1919, Europe must import 29,000,000 tons of food stuffs from overseas und to meet this there is available a total of about 35, 000,000 tons, Herbert C. Hoover, chair man of the food section of the 'su preme economic-council, said on April 27, In reviewing tlie present world food situation. The supply available Is suf ficient to meet tlie needs of Europe, but shipping conditions are not satis factory on account of strikes in many countries and, as a result, there is no question that the entire American sur plus will be absorbed. "We are now at the worst phase of the European famine that was Inevit able after this world war," Mr. Hoover said. The United States, Mr. Hoover con tinued, will supply to Europe during the year ending next August, food stuffs valed at $2,500,000,000. Enemy Trading List Withdrawn. Washington. — Withdrawal of the enemy trading list, established under thé trading with the enemy act to prevent trade and communication be tween the United States and persons In neutral countries suspected of serv ing the enemy interests, was an nounced Sunday by tlie war trade board in accordance with a decision of the interallied economic council, Cancellation of the list is effective April 29. Burleson and Gompers Clash. Washington. — Postmaster General Burleson, in a statement Sunday night, defended his administration of the postoffice department and his policy in operating government-controlled tel ephone and telegraph systems against charges made by Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor. Eisner's Slayer Killed by Mat). Berne.—Count Arco Valley, who as sassinated Kurt Einer, the Bavarian premier, at Munich, February 21, and lias since been in a hospital there after an attempted lynching by a mob, was recently dragged from the hospital by a Spartacan crowd and killed. Hichcock's Haj in the Ring. Haywood to be Released on Bond. Chicago.—Bonds of $15,000. for the Pilot Falls in Burning Plane. New York.—With his clothing ablaze I and flames' rapidly mounting toward his face, Paul L. Ferron, 31, an avlr tor in the government mall service I volplaned 2000 feet to earth at Belmont park and escaped death. Greek Schools Closed by Italians Saloniki. —The Italian government dins close 1 all tlie Greek schools In Argyrocnstro, northern Epirus, and has sent 100 Italian school teachers there according to Information received by the Delias, u Greek newspaper. NO STATE NEWS Dr. H. D. Spencer is building a large modem hospital in Idaho Falls, at a cost of $40,000. The Ada county Pomona grange will meet in Kuna on May 1 and a baked salmon dinner will be served. Congressmen Smith and French have returned from their trip to Europe, being members of a congres sional party. Four boys fishing in Snake river, some miles below Bliss,, discovered the body of J. A. Burke, who had been missing since January 2«. The National Park Lumber company, with sixteen yards located in various towns in southeastern Idaho, Is locat ing Its headquarters in Idaho Falls. The election for the $7000 bond issue for general road purposes in Camas county, and the separate issue of $8000 for state highway work carried by a large majority. At the Methodist church at Pocatello on Sunday, a soldier service was held at wldch a number of the recent rivals from overseas were the speakers and a most Interesting service resulted. Ernest Bust, arrested in Ogden, waived a preliminary, hearing and bound over to the district court, charged with -stealing an automobile from J. H. Anderson of Blackfoot, two weeks ago. "Cyclone" Workman, Idaho- wrestler, witli a reputation ns an expert mat gruppier in the northwestern states, was recommitted to the Blackfoot asylum last week for the second time in a month. By a vote of 1201 for, to 130 qgalnst, Moscow highway district No. 2 $375,000 in bonds for road improve ments. Tlie district includes the city of Moscow, the villages of Viola and Joel and the county 'surrounding these points. Surveyors have established a on North fork, says a Salmon dispatch, from which point they will make a survey for a road over the Uibbonsvilte hill, to connect the hlghwuys on each side of the divide through to the na tional forests. Clint Jones, confessed moonshiner, and Edwnrd Jones, his son, who were arrested after a moonshine still was discovered in their house nine miles above Council on Hornet creek, posted bonds in the necessary sums and released pending trial. Pocatello Elks are planning an ex cursion to Soda Springs, the county seat of Caribou county, on May 10. About one hundred members of the local lodge plan to join the outing, which is being arranged merely as a get-ncquulnted outing. The prospects for a fine fruit were never better at this time of the year in the Payette valley than now. The crop of prunes and apples is heavy that much thinning will have to be done to reduce the amount to a weight that the trees can bear. After a consultation with the pro batfon officers and \vith the city police officers relative to enforcing the curfew law, Mayor Hays of Boise ap pointed Mes. Herman Milieman for night duty With speciui reference to the enforcenu.pt of the curfew law. A. B. Beat., present mayor of Po catello, was Beaten by final returns by W. P. Whi taker by 1355 votes. The democrats nude a denn sweep in the council and elected Pnt Phelan, turned soldier, over Laura Gough, present clerk, by more titan J400 votes. Great results are being accomplished the state of Idaho in putting over the Victory loan which is now in pro gress. The first three days of the drive people of Pocatello subscribed more than $2(35,000 for bonds, and the total number of purchasers was 2005. Mrs. H. E. Allen of Franklyn may lose her right hand as the result of blood poisoning. About two weeks ago sire accidentally cut her hand while opening a jar and, though the wound was healing well for a time, it was later infected and blood poisoning set in. Beginning Sunday, May 11, Boise will hold a "week of music" in which citizens of tlie city will lie given an opportunity to participate in a singing project, which, it is hoped will assume such proportions ns to be an annual feature of that city much as tlie Rose festival is at Portland. Tariffs have been filed with the pub utilities commission by the railroad administration increasing rates on np pies from points in Idaho to eastern points, effective May 31, which lias tlie effect of increasing apple n^tes to points east of Chicago from $1.10 to $1.25 per hundredweight. William Pliaris,'25 years old, shot and'Instantly killed at Pocatello his brother, Mike Pharis, 20" years old, police say. After being taken into custody tlie latter was said to have admitted being the slayer and to have said ttiat the shooting resulted because Ijrother had insulted his wife. There are no evidences of red spider activities in the Boise valley prune Orchards, according to W. B. Tucker. Ada county farm bureau agent for the agricultural extension department of University of Idaho. The federal government will spend $1,670,500 on the construction Of -for highways in the state of Idaho during tlie nest two years. This road building program by the government was announced last week, when offi cials of tlie forest service met with William J. Hali, state commissioner of »ublic works. ii r was voted camp were crop re was ik p CounterMW Craght l The New York health authorities had a Brook lyn manufacturer sentenced to the penitentiary lor selling throughout the United States millions of "Talcum powder" tablets as Aspirin Tablets. Don't ask for Aspirin Tablets—Always say "Bayer. Don't buy Aspirin in a pill box! Get Bayer packaget » Always say, "Give me genuine Insist • A t 9t 'Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. you want only the Bayer package with the "Bayer Cross" on the package and on the tablets. The genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" have been proved safe by millions for Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache , Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Colds, Grippe, Influenzal Colds , Joint Pains , Neuritis . Proper dose in every "Bayer" package. American ownedl Boxes of 12 tablets—Bottle* of 24—Bottle* of 100—A!»o Capsule*. Aa*iria I* tk* trad* mark of Bayer Manufacture af Monoaceticacidaatar af SaUcylicactf payout] IO, Dry Area in India. A concession of considerable Impor tance and potentiality has been grant ed to Calcutta as an experimental measure by the excise authorities of the representation made by the Cal cutta Temperance federation, support ed by local public opinion. It has now been decided that a certain area in this town should be made into a dry area. This area, which may be called the educational area, includes within it the Calcutta university, all the large colleges and schools, represent ing about 10,000 young men, graduates and undergraduates, four important public squares, and a number of hos pitals, .churches, mosques and tem ples ; and the authorities have ruled that ail grog-shops and drug shops shall be removed form this area for a year at present. Adaptable. "I see you hnve quit using long words in your speeches. "Had to quit," replied Senator Sor ghum. "My new stenographer can't spell 'em." Come to think of it we can't remem ber ever seeing a mudslinger with clean hands. The water shark bites a man's leg off, but the land shark merely pulls It. Have You Tried Tuxedo in the New ii TEA-FOIL" PACKAGE? it ia the most popular innovation of many years in smoking to bacco packages. Smokers are A delighted with its many ad- Jp vantages. Handier—fits ^ the pocket. No digging the tobacco out with the fingers. Keeps the ^ pure fragrance of Tuxedo to the last pipeful. Not quite much tobacco ai in the tin, but — J 10 ( I * « Your Nose Knows" «( \ Finest Barley Tobacco Mellow-aged till perfect •f a dash of Chocolate . / Tku Portoct Tobacco for Pip, mn j G t ar.tt. 1 Four Kinds of People. There are four kinds of people ll this world : (a) Those who are grouchy at horn« and pleasant everywhere else; (b) Those who are pleasant at home and grouchy elsewhere. (c) Those who are pleasant both a< home and elsewhere. (d) Those who are grouchy every where. Class (a) are as the sands of th< sea. Class (b) are rare. Class (c) are rarer. Class (d) are publie and privat« nuisances.—Strickland Glllilnn. To Have a Clear Sweet 8k!n. Touch pimples, redness, roughneM or Itching, if any, with Cutlcura Oint ment, then bathe with Cutlcura Soa$ and hot water. Rinse, dry gently and dust on a little Cutlcura Talcum to leave a fascinating fragrance on skin. Everywhere 25c each.—Adv. Age sometimes brings wisdom teeth, according to the price we can offord to pay the dentist. • Keep your liver active, your bowel. eleaa by takln* Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets aa* you'll keep healtÿy, wealthy and wlee. A«v For a merciless critic commend us to the successful author.