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PRESIDENT AND
THE GOVERNOR OF
IMHO INDORSED
Both Are Asked by the
Democrats of Three
Southeastern Counties to
Stand for Re-election.
(Capital News Special Service.)
Rigby, Feb. 24.—Resolutions linlors
of President
ing the administrations
Wilson and Governor Alexander were
meeting
adopted at the
of Jefferson, Fre
held here
Both the
ere colled
u nanlmously
of the Dem
mont and Madison counties,
on Washington's birthday.
ocrais
president and the governor
upon, in the resolutions, to permit the
s candidates for
of their
lûmes ;i
The
■-election,
for the selee
re-nominutlon nn,l
principle of primaries
tlon of delegates to the state
tlon which will elect delegates to the
St. Louts convention and for the ex
for national
conven
pression of preference
s indorsed and fa
committeeman w
vorable mention was made of tlie can
didacy of Jerome J. Day for national
Jarndy
Idaho.
mmitteeman fro
•mmitteeman
central
Lav cry, state
from Madison
nty, moved the adop
nty résolu -
ing the sentiment of
and Fremont
tion of the Jefferson
tlons as exprès
Democrats in
AI ad iso
A motion also made
veil.
county as
by him indorsing
Wilso
President

' Alexander and Senator Day,
un,
carried as represent-j
three
Gover
the latter for national committee
was unanimousiv
ative of
counties
The Jefferson county resolutions
tin'
the
views
low:
Resolutions Adopted.
ä T -. r Tr.f
"W hercas, we. lhc Democrats r T Jcr
. »il I il«
ferson county. Idaho, find it con\enient
. , ,i , », : u
and a pleasure to meet around this
banquet board to discuss the political
affairs of our
of the approaching
tial and state m
desire to take part;
"Therefore, be it resolved, that
unqualifiedly indorse the
of President Woodr«
and stutc, because
at in
alional presidnn
which we
paigns, in
ve
Wilso
:
tii
Ishod sor
the nation, and the disting
vice he has
try during the
times we haw? i
through, because of the deplorable war
torn condition of the
•o'.derod our beloved r.mn
trying
unparalleled
or«' no'
We ip-i
. ... , . n«ci.,tn 0
predate to the utmost the noble states
1 , . . . , , , ^ , lKi ||.,, ..„.
nship, tact and executive abiilt.v out
ndl ng both
•iff*ilrs and
many Important log
islattvc enactment« and reforms be has
pushed thus far during Ids ad-|
We pledge our united
.. ,
support to the preparedness program
Presi Tent Wilson desires to perpetuate!
president has chown in 1
our domestic and foreig
we commend the
( nuntrv
- 1
chi'ff
1,11
ace<
ministration.
.f this
the peace and security
with, and trust to a
ruling Pr
1 b-minded and t
•ise and over
'idence, acting through our
isoientious
this nation out
war and the entangling allure
(1 to draw us into the terrible world
executive, to keep
*nts
conflict now Tuglng. We trust he may
b<- able to continue to insure our peace
nnd prosperity during the reu
of his ter
untiring efforts t
Wilson president
States for ;
great needs of this conn
that he retain the reigns
ainder
f office, and pledge our
re-elect Woodrow
l'nitcd
of these
four years,
try
The
lemand
other
•f gave
In order that
inued benefit
cent for another term,
•eive tlie con
wo may
of his safe guidance
ship
uf the
state during future troublesonn* times.
Want Governor to Run Again.
"And, whereas, th
Inc , 1,0 rt'flclonoy of our "ate K ovorn
n.ent;
"Therefore it gives us areat pleasure
of Idaho
an it)
state
nd efficient
ha:
rnor Moses Alexander,
»f. G<
person
who w:
ing for its predom
duction of state t axes with
a plat forn
hav
Bloct 1
Ipol
laut issue the, r
ut impair
the administration of Hi
to lndors
orable Moses Alexander, who has ren
Greatest
Results
often come from simplest
means.
For instance—one's daily
food plays a big part in
deciding for success or
failure.
To bring out the best
mental and physical forces
sound nourishment is im
perative.
Grape-Nuts
—A FOOD
made of whole wheat and
malted barley, supplies in
splendid proportion all the
rich nourishment of the
grains, including the valu
able mineral elements,
lacking in many foods, but
most necessary for vigor
and activity of brain and
body.
"There's a Reason"
for
Grape-Nuts
Sold by Grocers.
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makes good
complexions
Simply use Resinol Soap rrgu
tarty once or twice a day, and see
if it does not quickly soothe and
cleanse the pores, lessen the tend
ency to pimples, and leave the com
plexion clear, fresh and velvety.
Many an otherwise attractive man
woman is a social failure because
of a poor complexion. If your skin
is not fresh, smooth and glowing,
or has*suffered from an unwise use
of cosmetics, let Resinol Soap help
nature to clear it, in a normal,
healthy way.
Men with tender faces find that Resinol Shaving Stick prevents irritation.
I .r
When the skin is in a very reflected condi
tion, spread
just a little Resinol Ointment
Resinol
fifteen minutes before usi
is sold by all drugfists.
Dept. ltvP. Res
Soap. Resinol Sc
cake,
inol, Baltimore, Md.
a trial si
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Qi||lillliaillSHSlBOlBB«IBiaB«0BBIBiaii
dorod such signal service to the people I r
f Idaho during the time he has served.
n carrying out the one great desire of
the people of Idaho above all others—j
reduction of state expenses, and hon- L
estly kept every campaign pledge made
His untiring devotion
ve the interests of the people as
expressed in their choice in electing I
election.
to
him. should, and we believe does, re
% eive the unqualified indorsement of
p ,,
the rank anrl file of the people of Ida
...
.f the wilful and de
on the part of hie po
pponents and the opposition i
press to discredit this champion of '
!the fP !,' s ri-htg
-Such' worthv 'public servants as
love-nor Ab-xnndcr should not only I
liberate attempt
litical
endutlon. but our
every effort should be put forward to |
secure his re-nomination and election, j
interests
served to the ever
rec
mr
I
I
:
j
arder that the
pcoph
in
may further ho c<
lasting good of Idaho. We therefore j
<akc Freat pride In pledging the active)
service and support of the Democrats
' ' . . . . _
of Jefferson county to induce Gover
*
Alexander to accept a second term, and
we do all In our power to elect I
hl >" n <»" **'* "j*" 1 ' tn f U ' er !
wl ' h a legislature, to he,
end tha J . ^"" U ' n ' y an '', " ,e ,
™ r, ' f ' lrn ' H deaired by v , the 1 P p °P le 1)1
Idaho, may be brought about,
f
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And, whereas, a meeting of the state,
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Democratic central committee has been j
"icallod to moot in Boise. Idaho, on
1016. to provide ways and '
. . , , . . ..
»Beans to elect delegates to the na
, , rs .j j . .
tionnl Democratic convention, which i
!
March 6,
meets next Juno, and
"Whereas, the preferential primary
has long been a cherished and cardinal
principle of Democrary, and 'Let the
people rule' has been our motto;
"Therefore, be it resolved by the
f Jefferson county, in
•ting assembled this 22nd day of
Democrats
m
February, 1916, that we pledge ourcon
tinned adv
•y and support toward
the application of the direct primary
»»» nominating all officers of our party
from the ranks of the people, In order
chine dominât 1«
that
may never
secure a foothold in our party ma nage -
ment, and we pledge our state commit
ill attend said state com
cting in Boise on March 6,
ork and vote for our dele-I
t ho Democratic national con- |
vention to nominate a president and
vice president for the coming national
elo.'tion, to he elected by direct primary
vote of the people, that factional strife
j and .machine manipulation may nev—
■euri control of our party affairs in ;
I this state.
jteeman
mitten i
. 1916, to
lent
t
"And, whereas. Honorable Jerome J. !
Day has announced his candidacy tot
national committeeman for Idaho;
"Therefore, in view of the unques*
tloned qualifications and ability of Mr
Day to serve the Democrats in the
capacity of national committeeman,
in view of his long, rnrrKPtic
I
and als«
and successful service in behalf of the
srsrattr taurv«:
much favor. We feel if he Is elected
to this position that it will bring honor,
marked ability and very satisfactory
rrsultnfto our party In the management
of its federal affairs, and we therefore
take great pleasure in commending his
candidacy to the Democratic voters of
county, nnd hope they wdll
see fit to elect him to this important
office, by the preferential primary
method.
''We hove a Democratic treasurer
and sheriff in Jefferson county, who
have made a most enviable record thus
.Jeffers«.
far «luring their incumbency in office,
and they have the
iplete
of their constituency. It ^
calamity for this county to
further service. We insist upon their
re-nomination and election for another
term this fall."
fldence
i'oiild be a
lose their
On«'e tried always used: HIAWATHA
COAL, phone 323. Western S. & G. Co.
tf
After Lagrirpe—What?
Coughs that "hang on" after lngrippe
exhaust the strength and lower the
vital resistance. F. O. Prcvo, Bedford.
Ind., writes: "An attack of lagrlppe left
me with a severe cough. I tried every
thing. I lost In weight and got so thin
it looked as if I would never get well.
I tried Foley's Honey and Tar and two
bottles ured me. I am now well and
] back to my normal weight." Foley's
Honey and Tar gets right at the
trouble. It I« a safe, reliable remedy.
Whitehead's Drug Store. Adv-T-TH-S
., U
Phone Comptoi, Transfer Co. for the
best moving Job you ever had. Phone
48.-Adv.
L
Under the Capitol Dome
Alexander delivered a ;
short address last night during the .
exercises at the White Cross school j
house.
Goven
J. C. White of Coeur d'Alene was [I
appointed by Governor Alexum- J
der co ' n " ,,8 * k Vr',' 1 of " eyb " rn ï'", I
8uccced H . J ' I1 '" 1 ' " ho re,sißn f, d to I
appointment of prosecuting at-. I
torney for Shoshone county, succeed- I
•»* "• Waxom. resigned. Com- I
missioner White s term of office is for I
two years. B
Mr. Gannett of Gannett, Rlaine i
county, is in the city today. He con- !
suited with Governor Alexander
other members of the land board rela- 1
tive to securing 1M acres of land to be ! I
used for the townsite of Gannett. Thejl
Oregon Short Lino has agreed to in- I
stall a station and agent in the new II
town, it is said.
<1 I
P. H. Smith of Twin Falls was a
caller at the public utilities commis- i
sion headquarters today and consult
ed with Commissioner Graham re
garding business matters. Mr. Smith
4 , T , ,, _____ !
'states that Twin Falls is prosperous.
. .. ...... ...
fnd the new year is filled with prom-|
,HC f,,r hat 8 , cctlc ; n '.
gone and plowing is in progre
, 4 , * . ...... ,,
hotels are having difficulty nc
, . . , ... ,
'dating the traveling public. New* bus
iness blocks are going up in the city J
and many residences.
The snow is
The
immo
1
:
Adjutant General Crow who went to
attend the military exer- i
cises of the cadets at the University i
of Idaho, stated the commissions wejre
rill be
hen the governor visits Mus
Mi
COW tl
not presented at that time but
later
cow.
The headquarters of the state land
department in the main capitol build
ing is rapidly nearing completion so
that the transfer of the departments
jean soon take place. Unlooked for de
lay was caused in preparing the new
ciuartei s *
in S 1-a P ldl >' Thc faot ,hc >- a,e K" 0 ' 1
trom the date of purchase until March
191 ' has created a demand for
;
Thc fish .and game department on
es thc new 1916 licet
1)11]
ses are gf
them.
Tlie farm markets department is
busily engaged preparing for the
spring employment season and e
!
seeking employment as
applications from emplojers.
s,ate «mvUm - Jerome J. Day
xpects
I to he able to place a number of those
oil as satisfy ,
I
and ■
i
indoor l iff m&kk fat
llll/VVll Lll L IIInllLJ Ini
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j 8 t ou t neM n «, fat acquired by indoor
ufe unhealthy and a danger to the
| vital organs
i
TRY OIL OF KOREIN TO KEEP
WEIGHT DOWN. OR TO RE
DUCE SUPERFLUOUS FAT.
\\ithin
are deprived of fresh.
invigorating air and exercise must
take precaution to guard against over
People who are confined
doors and win
of the body, l^ack ot ex
ercise in the fresh air is said to
weaken the oxygen carrying power of
; the blood, so that it is tumble to pro
«luce strong muscles and vitality and
!the formation of unsightly and un
healthy fat is the result.
If you are 15 or 20 pounds above
normal weight you are dally drawing
on your reserve strength and are
constantly lowering your vitality by
carrying this excess burden. Any
persons who are satisfied in their
own ntlnd that they are too stout are
advised to go to Charles D. Joy & Co.,
a good druggist, and get a box of oil of
j
i
korcin capsules, and take one after
each meal and one just before retir
ing at night.
Even A fow days' treatment has been
reported to show a noticeable reduc
tion in weight, improved digestion ami
a return of the old energy; footsteps
become lighter and the skin less
flabby in appearance, as superfluous
fat disappears.
Oil of korein Ik inexpensive, cannot
Injure, and helps the digestion. Any
person who wants to reduce 15 or 20
pounds is advised to give this treat
«lent a trial.—Adv.
First Showing Spring 1916
Astor Brand Hats
$2.50
All Styles.
Alexander's
Dollar Shirts
None Better.
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Twenty-five Distinct and Pretty New
Patterns and Models Now Ready
for Early Spring
Broadway 41 5.00
SUITS - Æ.9S
Besides the nobby fancy patterns we're
showing Serges in blue, tan and grey
Stouts and slims, regulars and Norfolks.
High wool and scarce dyes, and still the very best of
all in Broadway—Sent post paid to all points for $15.
No More—No Less
ALEXANDER
NINTH & MAIN
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.
,
I Senator Ravenel Macbeth, who arrlv
Ld in the city today from the south
■ eastern part of the state, paid their re
speets to Governor Alexander at the
statehouse today.
I
as the forty-eighth birthday
Today
"of Justice Alfred Budge of the supreme
court. Since childhood Justice Budge
has lived in Idaho. He
born.
however, in Utah. After
county attorney lie was elected judge
, f the Fifth judicial diMrlet court .md
, rfrnöin0( j on t|,,. bench there until his
| appoinlme nt by
! November. 1914. t
| js a pr: ,Viviate of Ann Arbor
ited to the Miehigai
g. '
servi
Jovornor Haines i
the supreme court
and
nnd
I has been ad
1 Idaho l>ars.
DEATHS.
Mrs. Mary Saggert hhtgleson,
George G
home, 1007 State street at l'- 3<
this morning. Death cam" v<
denly from heart trouble,
son retired after enjoying a ver> pleas
, ant home evening with her family and
\ with her mind fulf of plans for the
future. Her life ended as she ha«i al
j wa v s lived it. in doing for and giving
, to others those manifold motherly at
j tentions always remembered with
kindness and pleasure. "Aunt Jennie."
as she was known by her many friends
and relatives, left a large legacy
these remembrances wherever she liv
ed and those nearest at hand were
most favored und are the richer
cordingly. She was born near Cadiz,
O., 70 years ago the seventh of Feb
ruary. At an early ago she joined
Presbyterian church and her religion
was a thoughtful part of her «lally
and revealed itself in her many kindly
ways to all who came within her
fluence.
"Aunt Jennie" was one of the plo
ne era of Jefferson Green county,
v : r
their
MiHison, dioil .
•Murk
•ry sud
Mr«, Basle-I
20
where a host of old time friends will
j mourn her death. She came to Boise
in 1907 where she is survived by her
husband and daughters, Miss «(lie
Eagleson, principal of Lincoln school,!
Mrs. Nettie Bessert, wife of
Fred
and son. B. Glyde Fagleson.
deputy clerk of the district court and
Funeral
i Bessert
grandson,
arrangements have not yet been made;
George
Bossert.
s but will be announced later.
TOO LATE TO CliASSIi? Y
Grand
F24c
dishes.
rash
WOMAN
to
'all 1021 Main.
'afet • ria.
- ---—-——
WANTBD—To trade for small acreage
near l'oIllRter. improved.
C. C. Grig
F2I
son. Umpire Bldg.
'AT HOI.TG? Protestant? Jew?
our fish dinm
too. Th»i Ne<
Try
Roast meats.
-
of
Kalbus Bros,
the!
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Friday,
v Cafeteria, 1021 Main.
* F24c
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CLOSING OUT
We are closlnfi out «ever.il pattern« nf
about half
p
at
1 tinner ware
Do ok
window.
Bros.' w
mr
er the assortment
A 45-piece set of Johnson
•are (green and gilt border)
for *9.98; a 44-piece sit A
rrican
murninK «lory patliuni. fur
and saucer«, odd
n\, at
wo re
J4.r,9.
plates,
great
Odd cups
vegetable
?ductions.
THE RACKET STORK,
Opp. Post Office
F24
dishes,
Last Time Today
AVENGING
CONSCIENCE
MAJESTIC THEATRE
Exclusive Agents
LIBBY CUT GLASS
I
•»CFw CHINA SHOP
We have Moved
ED. F. FOWLER
826 MAIN ST.
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER
Daters, Stamps etc.
WE MAKE THEM TO ORDER
Boise Rubber Stamp Co.
PHONE 176
£06 BANNOCK.
FRY & SUMMERS CO.
Funeral Directors,
and Embalmers.
FAULTLESS SERVICE.
Private Ambulance.
CAREFUL ATTENDANTS.
PHONE 976. DAY AND NIGHT.
Zimmerman
SELLS MEN'S HATS EXCLUSIVE
LY. 3UY THEM. WEAR THEM
YOU GET THE BEST.
[EIGHTH ST.—OPP. POSTOFFICE
PINNEY THEATRE
Three Nights.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 25, 20.
Special Matinee Saturday.
The DeKoven Opera company,
acknowledged by all critics the
greatest i'omir Opera organiza
tion in the world.
In a magnificent production of
ROBIN HOOD
The evergreen nnd everwelcome
IDYL OF LIGHT OPERA
ALL STAR CAST
Orchestra.
The Company's Owl
The greatest singing chorus on
earth.
Night, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Boxes, $2.00.
Matinee, $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
Boxes. $1.50.
Seats on Sale.
SCHREIBER &
SIDENFADEN
UNDERTAKERS AND
KMBALMERS
Finest Undertaking Establish
■tant and Funeral Chapa!
In tna Itata
Privat« Ambulance
609*611 Benneok St. Phene 130
1
10 70 Discount
Blue and YTiite Enam
olt'd ware. Banner Blue
Enameled ware.
S. M. Coffin Hdw. Co
LTD.
|^909 Main St. Phone 66 J|
Furniture Re finishing
Of all kinds. Have your golden oak
extension table and buffet made, in a
beautiful wax finish. Our work is
guaranteed. Phone 301-J.
People's Furniture Store
FLOR DE MENDEL
MILD HAVANA CIGAR
10c and 15c
J. WEIL CIGAR CO.
209 No. Eighth.
921 Main St.
Jenkins Furniture Company
11th and
Main Sts.
Phone 559
nn
First Comer Gets a Snap
Who buys the one piano advertised .
each Sunday by
1
WISE PIANO HOUSE
807 IDAHO ST.
Have Your Piano Tuned.
Our tuning department Is of the
highest efficiency. Chargee reasonable.
( Only ho
cases. Makes your piano look like new.
The Boise Eilers Music House
822-824 IDAHO ST.
In Boise that satin finish
+
Choice Meats,
•f Ham, Bacon, Lard. +
+ BOISE BUTCHER CO. +
•f 811 Idaho. Phone 59 +
«I* *L «I« -t* «£. *|* «I* «I«
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The Idan-ha
LEADING HOTEL OF BOISE
European Plan,
the center of everything.
Commerotjl and Stockmen't
Headquarters.
FIRST-OLASS CAFE
Cafeteria and a la carte servicei
Lunch, 12 to 2.
Dinner, 5 to 8 p. m.
Rates, without bath, $1.00 up. With
bath, $1.50 up.
V ROBERT AIKMAN, Manager.
li
!
THE BRISTOL.
BOISE'S POPULAR HOTEL.
European Plan.
Complete in every detalL
Daily rates. 75c to $1.60.
Weekly Rates: *3 50 up.
ßpecial rate» to permanent gueatA
M. PARSONS, Manager.
HOTEL GRAND
BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL
Commercial Men'. Headquarters—
Mögt Attractive Lubby in tb. Stats
Strictly Modam. Pssular Prieag

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