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■ ! i fit. Rub >il" Robinson out nd dis hich never dis PAIN GONE! RUB SORE, RHEUMATIC ACHING JOINTS J I Rub Pain Away With a Small Trial Bottle of Old St Jacob's Oil. 1 1 ( < Stop "dosing" Rheumatism. It's pain only; not one case In fifty interna 1 requires soothing, penetrating "St. Jacob's right on the "tender spot," and hv the time you comes the rheumatic pain tress. "St. Jacob's Oil" is a harmless sa y rheumatism liniment appoints and doesn't burn the skin. It takes pain, soreness and stiffness from aching joints, muscles nnd bones; stops sciatica, lumbago, backache and neu ralgia. ^ Get a small trial bot "St. Jacob's Limber *ip! tie of old-time, honest Oil" from any drug store.* and in a moment, you'll be free from pains, aches and stiffness. Don't suffer! Rub rheumatism away.—Adv. DEBATE ON SALARY OF THE LIBRARIAN • I The salary to be paid the head 11 brarian at Carnegie library brought forth a debate in the city council yes terday afternoon. Under the Black law the council is given the authority to engage and fix the salary of all city employes. The salary of librarian is fixed by ordinance at $85 per month, while the present librarian. Miss Me Phersoii. was engaged by the library board at a salary of $100 per month. Yesterday the library board asked the j council to confirm tho appointment of the librarian at $100 per month, which ! Council Will Not Pay More Than Amount Fixed by Law. It refused to do. but under an agree ment with the library board the day prevlous the council confirmed her ap polntment at a salary of $85 per month beginning March 1, signifying a wil lingness to pay the $100 salary at which she was engaged fo'r the two months It Is under ice creating the which sh« had worked, stood that Miss McPherson will not ac cept the salary. As the Black law con flicts with the library hoard and Its duties, there is a probability that the board will go out of existence, hut there was no discus» sion of that phase at the session yes terday. •dina Sprinkling Contract Approved. The sprinkling contract for the next five years was approved by the city council upon being read and was yiew to avoid Operations These Three Women Tell How They Escaped the Dreadful Ordeal of Surgical Operations. Hospitals are great and necessary institutions, but they should be the last resort for women who suffer with ills peculiar to their $ex. Many letters on file in the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., prove that a great number of women after they have been recommended to submit to an operation have been made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Here are three such letters. All sick women should read them. Marinette, Wis.—"I went to the doctor and he told me I must have an operation for a female trouhle. and I hated to have it done as I had been married only a short time. I would have terrible pains and my hands and feet were cold all the time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham 's Vegetable Com pound and was cured, and I feel better in every way. I give you permission to publish my name beeause I am so thankful that I feel well again." * VI —Mrs. Feed Beiinke, Marinette, \Y is. Detroit, Mich.—" When I first took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 1 was so run down with female troubles that I eould not do anything, and our doctor said I would have to undergo an operation. I could hardly walk without help so when I read about the Vegetable Compound and what it had done for others I thought I would try it. I got a bottle of Lydia E. I'inkliam's Vegetable Compound and a package of Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative "Wash and used them according to directions. They helped me and today I am able to do all my work and I am well." —Mrs. Tnos. Dwyer, 989 Milwaukee Ave., East, Detroit, Mich. Bellevue, Pa.—" I suffered more than tongue can tell with terrible bearing down pains and inflammation. I tried several doctors and they all told me the same story, that I never could get well without an operation and I just dreaded the thought of that. I also tried a good many other medicines that were recommended to me and none of them helped me until a friend advised me to give Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound a trial. The first bottle helped, I kept taking it and now I don't know what it is to be sick any more and I am picking up in weight. I am 20 years old and weigh 145 pounds. It will be the greatest pleasure to me if I can have the oppor tunity to recommend it to any other suffering woman."—Miss Ihene Fröhlicher, 1923 Manhattan St., North Side, Bellevue, Pa. If vou would like special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkham Med. <3o. (confidential),Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. changed in but one detail. A atand pipe at Ninth and Fort streets, which roes dry in the summer is to he replaced at some other nearby point to be desig nated by Councilman Finegan. Ed Ostner, the contractor, furnished his bond, which was also approved by the city attorney and council. The reports of the city officers were received and placed upon die. The city j clerk's report showed that she had re ■ reived from licenses during January ! 5794.35: from city officials $443 nnd i from the county treasurer $12,170.67. The report of the chief of police showed 63 arrests during the month and a total of $479 in fines collected. The street commissioner's report showed that $1119.10 was expended for labor and a total of $10S4.66 in the department. Today is dog day in Boise. The council revoked its dog ordinance, pro viding that all dogs must he tied up. The scare from rabies appears to be over and the council decided that it would not be dangerous to permit dogs to run at larg«*. Councilman Herring ton made the motion to revoke the or dinam e and it vas seconded by i.'oun Davls. It is also contended that the city has no right to collect a dog tax which permits dogs to run at large nnd then compel the owners to tie them up. GOVERNOR SPEAKS AT WHIE CROSS SCHOOL Probably the most entertaining pro gram ever given in the White Cross school was rendered Wednesday night by the students under the direction of • instructors. The principal address was given by Governor Alexander, who spoke briefly nnd highly complimented I the children on their excellent show ing. The governor was greatly im pressed at the exceptional talent dis played by a number of the children who participated and so stated today. He was one of the most interested spectators there. During the evening baskets were auctioned off. much to the enjoyment of those present. The program and evening opened with the song. "America," sung by the school. It was followed Immediately by another song entitled, "If We Were You and You Were Us." In their order the following numbers were then given: Class recitation, "His Birth day," first and second grade pupils; dialogue, "Mr. Dash Goes Shopping" with the follow lng aha meters; Mr. Dash, Monte Burns; Mrs. Dash, Ada j Goble; Emma, Agnes Mary Moran; recitation, ! of Old Glory," Bessie clerk, "The Name Shook; class recitation, "Upside Down," third nnd fourth grade boys; song. "What Ynn kee Doodle Wants," by the boys; din iogue, "The Cute Family," with the fol lowing characters: Mrs. Cute, Mary Moran; Caroline, Ada Coble; Cornelia, Lillian Carter; Connie, Edith Carter; Caleb, James Rice; Johnny, Teddy Adams; recitation, "The Good Old Nuys;" dialogue, "The Alabama Coons." with the following characters: Mis. Lucinda Snow, Lillian Carter; George, Roy Givart; Pompey Snow, Henry De Meyer; Rastus, Raymond Harris; Ki Liza, Agnes Gi Givart; - DeMryer; my, vart; flag drill, by six boys and girls, song, "Star-Spangled Banner," by the school; song, "It's Time to Tell Y All Good-Bye," by the school; address, Governor Alexander; sale of boxes. HOW TO DESTROY CATARRH GERMS AND END CATARRH FOREVER Catarrh Is a germ disease and the only way to cure it so it will stay cured and never come back is to kill and drive out />f your system the ca tarrhal germs which have found lodg ment there. When the germs go the catarrh will stop. The trouble with most treatments, like sprays, salves, creams, greasy balms, lotions, etc., Is that they give only temporary relief by opening up for a while the clogged head, throat and nostrils, time the Catarrh comes back as bad as ever. People who suffer continually from catarrh should drop such temporary make shifts and get something that really gets at the root of the dis ease and stamps it out. There is noth ing better for such cases than breath ing into your nose and lungs pleasant, soothing, healing, germ de stroying air of Hyomei (pronounced High-o-me) made from purest oil of Eucalyptus and combined with other powerful healing, antiseptic nnd germ destroying ingredients. Hyomei pene trates and heals the inflamed, swol len membranes of your nose and throat, stops discharges, clears the passages and completely overcomes the disease by destroying Its cause. For catarrh germs cannot live in your body after Hyomei reaches them. It'harles L. Joy & Co., and many other good druggists In Boise and vicinity have long sold Hyomei on a positive guarantee of successful results or money back and find this generous policy pays. Most druggists are now giving a pocket innaler made from hard rubber with every complete treat ment sold. This makes a very simple, easy and convenient as well ns a thoroughly reliable moans of treating | by the best known method this dan- , gérons and often disgusting disease. Adv. I In a little the Mrs. F. W. Almond today received n message announcing tDo sudden death of her sister. Mrs. E. S. Whitehead, at Farmington. N. M.. who underwent an operation for appendicitis and failed to recover from the shock. Mrs. White head visited In Boise about two years ago and met many local members of the Eastern Star, of which she was a member. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY GET a right-cut lmir rut at the Key- j Barber Shop, 12 rt N. 9th. F28c sti VIOLETS, VIOLETS, best yet; 723 Main. Phone 115c. large hunch 25c. F25 FOB SALE—Look for apple advertise ment on another page. High school farm apples. V LOST—Meerschaum pipe, with amber stem. Finder return to Capital News office. R< rd. F KuR SALE- Se< ness, medium 1213 Grand Ave. •er.nl sets of work 1 veight, nearly new. M 2c WANTED—To trade for small acreage near Colllster, improved. C. C. Grig son, Empire Bldg. F25 WANTED—Good 22 caliber repeating Call 1111 F23c rifle; must be cheap. Washington or phone 1SS2J. FINE top buggy, $4>'; good Studebnker runabout $50; dandy mountain hack, Studebnker. cheap. 411 N. 9th. F2 SEED GRAIN—Big Four oats $1.50; Bluestem Roth extra good. H. O. NcManimie. Phone 13,11. heat $1.75. tf WANTED—Safe, ire box, show ■ases. ; scales nnd other fixtures needed in n i general store. News. Address 1336, Capital | M2 *'i SPAN bay geldings, age f. and 7. weight. ' 2750; a bargain if taken soon. Also] team bay geldings, weight 2250 lbs , j cheap. 411 N. 9th. F27 i FOR SAKE BY THE OWNER—20 | acre tract with Rood house, thr miles from Boise; $200 per acre, dress R. D. 2. Box 79. Ad M2c SHERMAN'S WHITE WYANDOTTESij —Recognized winners; breeders and eggs. Scotch collies. Charles c. Sherman. Boise. Idaho. .\ir, CASEY MARKET. Cranberries. 3 qts. Sweet potatoes,/per lb Phone 403. Free Delivery. !•' WOOD WORKER. GEORGE W. WKRTMAN, contrnct cabinet maker and huilier: ant bile bodies rebuilt. 1016 Idaho St. M31 ,r. u " I ! OPPORTUNITY handle tier; free. for live nsrents ! iur household article. l fit sure repeater. Particulars California Merchandising <'o., Arcade Sta., Los Angeles, Sat O—Mile Box 24 3. •n I if. WANTED— Experienced dni wants ranch would prefer dairy ranch, years* experience in general farm work, dustrlous; good character; cnees. Address 1335, Capital News. man • mrk of any kind, but , Severn I dairying nnd : Capable nnd In- j refer-| F2 c I • SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY. • Oysters, per pint . • Oysters, per quart .45c • • OASE Y MARKET rn. Free Delivery. • 25c • • Phone 403 . • F25 • • IF you «'ire thinking o' buying; a • • borne let uh show a real bar- • 5-roo»n modern bungalow • • «ill but heat. Furnished c • plete, reasonably close in. • T rms. • • SUHOOI ER-STARLING AGUV. • • F2'* • © ga«n. Price $2330. ASK COMMISSIONERS TO CALL AN ELECTION A committee of tax payers com posed of H. J. McOirr, George V. Leighton, Fremont Wood, W. G. Mes sersmlth and Arthur Cunningham, yesterday afternoon waited upon the county commissioners and requested that body to call a bond election to Mary Page" Is on the Way ( ( "The Strange Case of Mary Page," starring Henry Walthall and Edna Mayo—the motion picture production of which there has been so much talk In the magazines and newspapers—Is coming to Boise. The Strand theater has booked "Mary Page," nnd the first episode will be shown on March 8 and 9. The picture appears two week for 15 weeks. Each however. Is a complete story. Miss Mayo's gowns for the produc tion were made by Lady Duff Gordon (l.ucile)^ the famous modiste, and are I he latest things In spring snd sum mer styles.—Adv. days episode, a ■a THE MARKS CO TO-MORROW, SATURDAY LAST DAY OF THIS Big Clearance Sale Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! «*? ' :• •V Come as early as you can tomorrow, for the earlier you come the better selection you will get. Wrecked prices rule through out the store tomorrow All Short Lots, All Winter Goods, All Heavy Weights Must Go LAST DAY OF THE What's left of the Winter stock of CUT ON BOYS' SUITS GLOVES SHIRTS Go as follows: $1.00 Shirts reduced to. . . SOC $1.50 Shirts reduced to #1.1.'> $2.00 Shirts reduced to $1.4.» $2.50 Shirts reduced to $1.8.» $3.00 Shirts reduced to $2.20 $3.50 Shirts reduced to $2.65 With Extra Pair Pants $5.00 Suits reduced to. .53,5)5 $6.00 Suits reduced to. . îf'-J .7 $7.00 Suits reduced to. .$5,00 $7.50 Suits reduced to. .$5.00 $8.00 Suits reduced to. ..'$.'>.<>0 Notwithstanding the great ad vances in the price of leather we will make a cut on good gloves to make this clearance sah* a hummer tomorrow, the last day. $1.50 Cape and Mocha Dress Gloves. •$2.00 Cape and Mocha Dress Gloves. $2.50 ('ape and Mocha Dress Gloves. $1.00 Regular Work Gloves. I $1.25 Regular Work Gloves. ! $1.50 Regular Work ( iloves .... EXTRA SPECIAL For tomorrow only, all sizes Men's Fleeced Unions, sold at £1.50, two suits to a customer 75c Suit Tomorrow only, Men's Outing Flannel $1 Night Shirts— $1.35 60c $1.65 Eighteen-Fifty of the $25 Suits Go at . $ 2.20 85c Suit Cases & Bags Clearance of All Winter Unions $ 1.10 .$1.15 .$1.50 .$1 .85 j .$2.25 $1.50 Gauntlet Gloves .$1.35 .$2.05 .$3.75 .$4.50 .$ 6.00 .$7.50 .$ 0.00 ... $11.25 $1.50 quality . . $2.00 quality . . $2.50 quality .. $3.00 quality .. $4.00 quality . . $5.00 quality .. $6.00 quality .. $8.00 quality . . $10.00 quality . $12.00 quality . $15.00 quality .. ....$1.35 75r Gauntlet Gloves . . . ,65C $1.25 Unions reduced to 1)5(* $1.50 Unions reduced to $1. $2.00 Unions reduced to $1.45 $2.50 Unions reduced to $1.85 $3.00 Unions reduced to $2.20 $3.50 Unions reduced to $2.60 $4.00 Unions reduced to $2.05 $5.00 Unions reduced to $3.60 i .> $2.00 Gauntlet Gloves $1.65 $3.00 Gauntlet Gloves $2.60 $4.00 Gauntlet Gloves .$3.55 $5.00 Gauntlet Gloves $4.35 Bal. of the $30 Suits Go at Twenty-Three-Fifty New Spring Suits, Hats, Shirts, Ties, Sox m vote bonds to the extent of $200,000 J to complete the good roads system In i Ada county. The commissioners feel that they will like more of an expres sion upon the proposition and contem plate setting a date to hear any ob jections to such an election. The com missioners state they would not be opposed to calling an election if they pould get out a Htrong vote, but they were much dissatisfied with the vote at the Inst election when only 2100 votes were cast -.when the normal vot ing strength In the county Is about 10 , 000 . BOISE HIGH SCHOOL GIRL WINS HONORS Tn a recent tontest of the Senior Order of Artistic Typists Boise high school won first place. There were only seven in the United States that qualified in this test and Edith Bain of Boise high school won first place. This puts Professor Foote at the head of the nntion as a teacher of typewriting and shorthand. Bain's work is reproduced in the Feb ruary number of the Gregg Writer. Miss HOW SHE ENDED TEN YEARS OF SKIN - TORTURE If you have an itching, burning, un slerhtly skln-trouBU>, you can imagine the feelings of Mre. C. C. Roberts, when she wrot< •"I had eczema on my face for 10 years. Little red pimples formed In a small spot on my chin and then spread all over my face. Itched and burned They e awfully. It was certainly embarrassing to me, and would not go amongst people. I tried almost every remedy and treatment that could be used for this trouble, but nothing did me any gond.' I used Reslnol Ointment and Resinol Soap, and was relieved In a day or two. In one month I was cured. This was six months ago and the trouble has never returned."—W-eatherford, Okla., Oct. 28. Every druggist sells Reslnol Ointment and Resinol Soap and doc tors have prescribed the Resinol treat ment for ver twenty years.—Adv. WEBER AND FIELDS IN DOUBLE HARNESS Famous Comedy Pair Are SaW to Bo at Their Best in "The Worst of I Friends." There has always been ai raaglo abuot the » name of Wefner and,* Fields. For many years their first night per formances were the most notable events on Broadway. It* was nothing uncommon for a singl® box at such showings to »ell for $100 and some times a single seat fetdhed $30. There lithe appearance have as soraethlngHirreslstSbly comic about f the pair, and they ver shrsa.n to better advantage than In the newi Kejwtone, "The Worst of Friends." The drama on the program Is Wil liam S. Hart snd House Peters in "Between Men,'" today»and tomorrow. —Adv. No Dartger of Colliaioin. (From Judge.) You will hawe to get ahead of a hustler before you can get In his s v.