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ID PRIMARIES er of Selecting sed Four Years Ago ill Be Followed. ie Republican central committee of vill meet In the city hall aunty l city at 2 'o'clock Friday oftrr [t which time the manner of se delegates to the next state eon* Kion will be decided. It is very obable the committee will decide to Id "a party convention at which the delegates the county is entitled to il be elected 1o the state-convention. Ibis action is taken it w ill mean that I old party primary of four years ago I be introduced again. In this way. Is claimed, no dissension will arise !r the manner in which the delegates the state convention are selected. In fcw of the fact the representation U raised by the state committee it relieved that every Republican in ■ county who has a desire to and il make it a point to attend the state r The day of the Croup gear« la over for those parents who wisely ksep Joxey'a Konev and Tar Compound in the home ready for instant use. L W. c. Allen, Roseley, Mo., writes: "I Save raised a family of four children, Und have used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound with all of them, 1 find it the best croup'and cough medicine I have ever used and I have \ised it for ?t 8 for°c r rou n ■T ears ' and can recommend if toward nightfall the little ones f trow hoarse or croupy, if their breath ng becomes wheezy and stuffy, give them Foley's Hoflcy and Tar Compound promptly and it will ward off an attack of croup. hrassy°cough® hatTcim/croup* It™ Foley's Ilonoy and Tar Compound nt SSly.^cut^r^c^^ch'Ä^iÄ and soon they will have easy breathing and peaceful quiet sleep. Mit * Every user fa a friend. Whitehead's Drug Store. War Croup -- Mat hers— Always Keep this Handy Dress up—the Familiar Mir acle A SHORT SERIAL STORY WHICH TELLS OF YOUR PUBLIC NEEDS. By Lew Hahh Copyright, 1018. Fairchild Press, Nf York. Bruel piled the packages on the bed ! where they resolved themselves Into u! large cardboard box. such as clothiers ! employ in the delivery of their goods, hut box, a box which obviously con tained shoes, and several other ptt r-I cels, including one vtMiich could not J conceal the lines of a walking stick. All bore the same name and that of ! OHAPTER I. (Continued.) Dn uptown avenue easily confused with Uie street below his window, although Ru- stood for wealth, the othej for pov arts'. He sat on the broken chair and star ed jnoodtlv at the messages from an other world—a world in which men claimed success and money as their duo and bought fine clothes to wear wilh light hearts Surelv, he reflected, theirs was a. different world than lie had known. Not that Bruel envied any man his success, much less his clothes, \s a matter of stern fact. Bruel had | „over had much time for clothes. To him clotlics were just a covering. In some milder clime -untrammeled by -onvention—he might have done with out and, even then, clothes could not have troubled htm less than they had. for it must tie owned he seldom gave -ogept thought to what lie wore. Back Her Health Restored by Lydia . : E. rinkham s Vegetable Compound. IFE TOO ILL TO WORK IN BED MOST OF TIME Indianapolis, Indiana. — " My health was so poor and my constitution so run .... j .ii.ii I n 11 f down that I could IIIIMB not w ork. I was thin, pale and weak, weighed but 109 pounds and was in bed most of tho time. I began tak ing Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Mil hsmmhi Compound and five Pr'* - months later I weighed 138 pounds. .* j do all the house work and washing for eleven and I can truthfully say Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound has been a godsend to me for I would have been in my grave today but for it. I would tell all wo men suffering as 1 waa to try your valu able remedyf"— Mrs. Wm. Green, 332 8. Addison Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, There is hardly a neighborhood m this country, wherein some woman has not found health by using this good old fashioned root and herb remedy. If there is anything about which you would like special advice, write to the Lvdi» E- Pinkhem Medicine Co-, Lynn, M convention can be accommodated on the delegation. The call of Chairman Dunning of the ' county committee for the meeting Fri-1 day was issued under date of March 28. It was sent to all county commit- ! ter,men it is understood and they are all urged to attend. Latah County Claims Distinction, Latah county claims the distinction of being the first one of the Republican j counties of the state to declare for a county convention to be held on April 14 at which the delegates to the state , convention will be selected. The dele- j gates to this county convention will be How ! Delegatesnot be; found wanting in the matter of holding a county convention. In view of the j fact this county Is the home of Sen- i at or Borah and many of his staunch supporters believe that the party pri- ( mary plan for the election of delegates j should prevail, a majority of the county i committee will favor action of this ' klrtd. Regarding the Latah county conven tion called for next month, a • report State ( ommittreman I nottneert that former Congressman Bur ton I-#. French, who is expected home I soon, would make his first appearance; Ion the platform in Idaho since his de feat t wo years a frei for United States senator by James H. Brady, during the county convention April 14. Republican politics in north Ida-ho said to be held in suspense await ing Mr. French's announcement as to whether he will be n candidate for his old seat in the lower house of congress. The county convention. xasion for a big Republican from Moscow says: French Will Be at Convention. Enthusiasm was manifested when Uee also an 'j are Inch is to be made an rally, ih regarded here as one of most important preliminary political meet Inga yet announced from Republican interest, because it is to be composed ■if 238 delegates in Mr. Freneh's borne county, elected at a primary. First Primary Ordered for Idaho. So far t j lia is 8a id to be the first pri ° , , , ... . ... ... .... nmry ordered held in Idaho by eithei political party, which is to choose delegates to a state convention which . ; , ._. „ , elects delegates to a national ionien Mon to nominate candidates for presi dent and vice president. Expression of preference for presi dential candidates, it is said, will result , ,Hon, indorsing * n adoption or resolutions indorsing and instructing for Lnlted States Sen ator William E. Borah for nomination for president. Republican leaders state there will be no indorsement of a can-! >b.te *»• nepubileon nomination for ; governor at the county convention on Voril 14 Subscribe for the Caoltal Nevve. somewhere in his mind, however, was ^ d ^d belief that the man who really d ' d <>ilngs never had time to fu his appearance. That could all be done apery well by adherents of the wrist watch who had little more to do than convince themselves that each hour had 88 dragging minutes, ■ however, packages on the bed Bruel could not re frain from contrasting his own wretch ed condition with the probable fortunes of the chap who had purchased alt this neiw outfit. It seemed to him a bit un about s he studied the Usual. almost ceremonial, this assem Iding of a complete new' set of things wear. Perhaps all this finery had keen meant, to attend some lucky fel "«■ ' d * nuptials—to convoy a. brldr «room safely, appropriately into the sluggish backwaters of matrimonial *>»»«• Perhaps these clothes were to Il " v <' been the habiliments of some | *180,000 movie star, the co-creators of •b'"' - wearer's fume and fit. to share with him the homage of an Idolizing public. Moved h> some impulse easier to un derstand than to explain, dim Bruel ""tied the string that bound the largest bo* and uncovered the smoothly-folded garments within. A moment of con templation and he half lifted from the box the trim coat of a fashionably tail ored business suit. He rubbed a careful hand over the cloth', admiring its soft, smooth texture. It promised warmth, comfort and durability despite thegstlky ! lightness of the twill. It was elastic, j Its springiness foretelling ability to keep its form under hard service. The tailoring spoke, even to one without an eye trained for the niceties of clothes. It was the sort of coat worn by the younger generation of successful New Yorkers. . , JI "\. BrU * 1 /T*? 1 h * h * d J u »< wttten his hitter valedictory to life. He felt a ut rnn.gr new interest growing in his mind. It centered In the handsome coat under his hand. The cloth and the tailoring, the smart lines of it, appeal ed to the soul of the craftsman within him, and ,Bruel, who nev er before had given a single conscious thought to clothing, found himself admiring— sincerely and Impersonally admiring— this specimen of the tailor's art, and admitting that in Its way it was just as perfect a bit of achievement ns his own treasured storage battery. And—here entered the bitterness of his mood—If it had been his lot to de liver this suit instead of his battery at any of the offices he had so long und vainly haunted, he hud no doubt about the reception these packages would have won for themselves—a reception his revolutionising Invention could not win. lie hrld the sleeve of the coat against the faded, wrinkled cloth that covered his own arm. What a contrast! No wonder those office fmps had turned him off with a Joke. Would they have dared chaff and drive him away If he had been clothed in such garments as these? Then came the inspiration! He lifted the Coat from the box and something fell from Its folds. It was a card that had been inserted by the clothier. Now it dropped to the floor and lay face up. ward, revealing the laconic Injunction: TVRF.SR UP!" (To be continued.) Engagement Limited Starting Monday *ELLIOTT fâ SHERMAN PRESENT April 10 Pinney Theater EVENINGS 8:1 5 Sharp MATINEE 2:1 5 Sharp D. W. 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