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Prove it at our expense Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap by all druggists, but (or samples free, write to Dept. lu*T, Retinol, Baltimore, Md. «nid PRICE OF WAFER The stale land board this afternoon is hearing representatives of the Wirk ahon?y Land & Water company 0,1 their, appl.-'ution for an increase in the water rights to be charged for the water to be furnished by that company to the lands under the Bruneau pro .'„l] KMiCl — -where 0 BRE AK COLD IN ONE DAr Try"WEEKS' BREAK ÖP-A-C01D TABLETS" The ^rotnoAr with m\ r->- hare 26 DOSES FOK 26 OSNT6 ,V ,.v fLL \ TUBE Sherwin-IViluams ODPWhite Lead Sherwin-Williams ODP Whits Lead has all the old-fashioned, good quali ties necessary in a satisfactory white lead. It is made from only the double refined desilverized pig lead, manufactured by the Old Dutch Process, which gives the lead a sea soning and aging which cannot be obtained in any other way It is free from acid, ground in strictly pure linseed oil and will be found satisfactory in eveiy particular. We carry a supply of ODP Lead. When you are in the market, come in and see us. best Sweet-Teller Hardware The Big Keen Kutter Store The Brighten Up Store. U. S, Auto Tires. Laco Electric Lamps. Sunkist Orange Sherbet ✓ Packed in ics and delivered to you r home—50c par quart. Made exclusively by NOT K ITCHEN. Phene 1261J. 116 N. 8th. * ! Jeot. The increase in the price Is re quested becuuse of the added expense which will be .necessary due to the en larged plans of the company. There was also laid before the board some , facts with relation to the construction of a railroad from the project to Or ! chard and then on to Boise which are j very likely to go through as exclusive ly announced in the Capital News sev I oral days ago. The capital for building the electric ! line, stated B. F. Olden, has been ar j ranged for in Kansas City and he states | one of the bluest stockholders is ! George T. Moore, a director in the j Wickahoney Land & Water company, i an (\ vice president of the Thayer-Moore Brokerage company which is promoting | the irrigation project and also the elec tric line. D. I' 1er. who has been in the city j for some time going over matters Un I connection with the big projects, met j with the land board today for the pur- ! pose of asking permission to raise the i Price of water rights and discuss tl*e j railroad proposition. As soon as the ! necessary papers are signed with the ; state he will leave for Kansas City, he will be Joined by W. E. Pierce and all matters will be arranged for speedy operations on both the irriga tion project and the electric line. Judge Olden gives the route of the electric line as announced Saturday evening in the Capital News, from Boise to Barber:on on through the Black's creek country, to Orchard and Grandview and then into the heart of the Bruneau country where anotivr big irrigation project Is soon to be built. It is figured out by the men be hind the enterprise that the road will be a paying proposition from the time It Is built as it will run through sev eral rich agricultural sections which have been marvelously developed dur ing the past few year • Experienced piano movers. Comp ton Transfer Co. Phone 48.—Adv. tf Californian Had Kidney Trouble Jack Maltos, Copperopolls, Calif., says: "I had such a severe case of kidney trouble X thought I would have ... sell out my business. I took three bottles of Foley Kidney Pills which entirely relieved me and I have had recurrence of kidney trouble since no then." Some days It seems as If you can longer bear the pain and misery you suffer from kidney and bladder troubles. The ache across your back grows worse with every move you make and «vary step you take. It Just seems to rob you of all strength and energy. Tour head aches, you are nervous and worn out, sleep poorly and have no appetite, stomach la up set and bowels Irregular. Foley Kidney Pilla lessen the pain, until it la finally gone entirely. They give strength and tone to the kidneys —make them strong, active, their ec tlon becomes regular and normal again, and your health grows better each day you take this great healing medicine. no Whitehead's Drug 8tore. TODAY AND TOMORROW Tha Charming and 8ympathatic Young Emotional Actroo* i MOLLI EKING —IN— A Woman's Power U It A story that's action ranges from exciting scenes in ths mountains where red hates blazes hotly, to the far-off Philippines A tense gripping drama et mod ern men and women musical McDonalds (A Comedy Muaieal Novelty Act) MOORE A ST. CLAIRE (Novelty Entertainers) ! MAJESTIC Bargain Matinass 5 and 10e Night* 10 and 20« iWOMEN JURORS IN COURT BUT TRIAL OF CASE DELAYED Judge Davis Denies Motions for Change of Venue and of Judge—Motion for Ap peal Filed. Judge Carl A. Davis this morning overruled the motion of Ira A. Barber for a change of venue In the case of Agnes Fehr and Ida May Harbert ver sus Emma Haworth and husband and this afternoon again overruled a sup plemental affidavit for a change of place of trial In the same case,filed by Mr. Barber because of an article pub lished in the Sunday morning States man, headed, "Facta suppressed in Compton raid may be disclosed In court." Immediately upon the second ruling, Mr. Barber filed motion of an appeal to the supreme court on the ruling and while Pete Cavaney insisted upon an immediate trial of the cause before the women Jury summoned, the court granted until after Wednesday for him to make a showing upon which an ap peal was to be taken. Judge Davis then called the women subpoenaed for Jury duty into court and explained to them the action taken by himself and the attorneys in the case and the final postponement of the case, but announced that there was a case to be tried Wednesday and he I would require the same Jurors sum ! moned for that cause. The case set for Wednesday is entitled A. Rathbun. trustee, versus Castro Aledcocea. Judge Davis told the women he felt that where women had a part in vot ing and making the laws, they should know something of the procedure and application of those laws, and for that reason he had acted In his right and had them called into court as Jurors. He then had the roll called and all responded except two, one of whom had been excused on account of sick ness, and another excused subject to call. He then asked If any had a rea son, valid under the law, why they should be excused. Mrs. Gallagher of South Boise asked to be excused .is she had four children to look after and found she was unable to go home at noon If subjected to Jury duty. No other excuses were offered by the oth ers and Mrs. Gallagher was excused. Under the Capitol Dome An appeal was filed In the supreme court today in the case of B. F. Blck nell and J. J. Gray versus the Owyhee Sheep & Land company, J. J. Gray and Rosenbaum brothers, from Fourth judicial district court for Twin Falls. A Judgment of $7062.92 la asked for as alleged due on the transfer of sheep. The appeal Is the judgment entered In the A brief was filed with the publia utilities commission today by the In terstate Utilities company answering the charges made by the city of Coeur d'Alene against it stelephone rates. Adjutant General Crow and Lieu tenant Max B. Garber left yesterday for Twin Falls to conduct the official federal inspections of the militia com panies at Twin Falls and Buhl. The supreme court heard argument today on the appeal in the case of, Walter versus Dickson. The case orig inated In Lincoln county. W. B. Wadsworth, a resident of Kel logg filed with the public utilities com mission a complaint against the In terstate Utilities company because of its alleged continued refusal to place a telephone in his residence. He says their excuse is that they will have to erect two additional poles. Health certificates on stock carried in emigrant cars reported to the state veterinarian's department today, fol lowing examination of the stock, show that an emigrant car arrived aU Ru pert from South Dakota, one arrived at Buhl from Missouri and a tacond at Rupert from Utah. Pure Food Commissioner J. K. White was called to Mountain Home yester day on department business. He Is expected back tonight or tomorrow. Governor Alexander today appoint ed C. Joel Peterson of Preston a notary public and his commission was Issued by the secretary of state. Spiros Fells, convicted of the crime of : receiving stolen property In Bannock county, (s un applicant for pardon to the state board of pardons, which meets In April. He was sentenced to serve from one to five years in the state penitentiary. The state highway commission opened bids for the Malad bridge, but did not decide on the auccessful bidder. Thia bridge Is to be erected across the Malad river, In the Hagerman valley, and will be on the Idaho-Pacific high way. It will have a span of 130 feet, be 96 feet high and coat In the neigh borhood of $30,000. OtyBnefJ' A final settlement waa made today in the estate of Joseph Guay. The Ladles of the Maccabees will en tertain their members and friends to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at their hall. Chapter H, P. K. O., will meet with Mrs< M, P, Mehotln, 1020 Franklin street, Tuesday 'afternoon at 2:$0j o'clock. Adolph R. Reimer of Eagle and Myrtle Vaughn of Boise were married at high noon today by Judge R. H. Dunlap at his office In the court house. The regular business meeting of Ada Circle No. 186. Women of Woodcraft, will be held tomorrow evening at 7:30. A social will follow the regular meet Ing. W. D. Stevens, the well known con tractor, left this morning for Cleveland, O., where he was called by the news of the deuth of a sister, received last night. Porter Biddle this morning paid a fine of $4 for running his motorcycle in A Great National Public Utility v ■ u 1 I- * That concerns all merchants * and all people' ■y« ! f . 1 « \ !L * * HE original Cash Register rang a bell, indicated and recorded the amount of the purchase. It benefited the merchant only. In a third of a century this old model has developed into a Cash Register that directly benefits every man, woman and child who spends money in a store. This new Cash Register equally concerns every mer chant and clerk, every banker and wholesaler in this land. T I I V -V II 1 l ■■ 2 « / It furnishes every customer with a receipt or sales slip. It prints on this the amount paid or charged. A » On this is also printed the date of the sale and who made it. V It forces a duplicate, printed record for the merchant It prevents disputes over charges and bills paid. It saves shoppers' time. It gives the merchant all his profits. It gives him more money for his family. It promotes more and quicker sales. It protects each clerk against making errors and against the mistakes of others. It rewards the diligent clerk by telling his employer which one makes the largest number of sales and which one gets the greatest amount of business. It assures the hanker additional security for the money he loans the merchant. It gives the wholesaler additional assurance that the merchant will have money to pay his bills. It furnishes the banker and the wholesaler mechanical evidence that the merchant's statement of his business is correct. V j » \ Va 'V r » if SSriooD $v ) fey a - >■ & « ÎU* ?! 1 ® Nil It is a business necessity. K 5 i 4 MERCHANTSU aw , W» h, tad service. Writm neuf 1916 modal» that groo thia par • m today or see our agent in year city I .1 Service machina». m Liberal alto wane » g arm modo for old National Ca»h Kogiaton that worm goad m thair day, bat do not so e omplotaly protect yoa or g too tho valu , î î - obi* service oar 1916 Modal» do. ft 'I Addroaa Dopt. Z. P b £ hi The National Cash Register Company Dayton, Ohio h« WÊ & || S' t) / ' rj PÔ at NCR SERVILE **» LOOK FOR THIS SIGN AN THE WINDOW ■— üji£l the city Saturday night with the muf fler open. He entered a plea of guilty to the charge. The federal court term at Pocatello wag ahort thia month and Judge Die trich and the court officiais accompan ies him to the Gate City arrived home yesterday morning. Jesa B. Hawley will apeak on "Wo men and the Law." tnle evening at St. John'» hall at Eighth and Fort streets. An attractive musical program has been prepared. The public Is Invited. N'u admission will be charged. Trial of the case of Dr. Ralph Falk, arrested f<jr failure to observe the city ordinance In regard to making turns around corners with his automobile, appealed from municipal court, opened this morning In Judge McCarthy's sec tion of court before a jury of si* men. The jurors are Lou Eck, R. S. Tucker, A. H. Gear, G. IV. Lewis, C. E. Nichol son and William Freeman. Rev. D. H. Jones, minister in charge of Christ and Grace Episcopal churches, arrived home this morning, after a visit of a number of week» at his old home In Wales. While Rev. Mr. Jones found travel rather arduous during war times and found that the censors were on the Job In England and he could the leasing of lands for the purpose uf erecting sheds during the lambing sea not write any war news to his frletfJH he returns much benefltted by the trip] and will again take up his work In the churches here. Hugh Sproat, president of ths Idaho Wool Growers' association, has been asked to address an open meeting to night of I the Boise Chapter of the National Council of Women Voten. The meeting is to be held in the council chambers of the city hall and the subject for discussion is the proposed national park in the Sawtooth range, also the 640-acre homestead and »on.