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By "HOP
A Story With Several Good Points to It
Copyright 1918 by the International Syndicat*
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»Light Heavyweight Who Is Billed to -Meet Frank McCarroll Hore Noxt Friday
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George "Cyclone" Brown, the light
{heavyweight who is to meet Frank Me
* Carroll, Boise's favorite grappler, at
»the Majestic theater next Friday night,
ftjas long record of victories. Brown
(«topped over at Nampa this morning
meet some of his Greek friends and
fcujne over on the Interurban this af
ternoon. He looks the part of a wrest
*r and will start training Immediately.
As a middleweight Brown defeated
JChris Jordan, Archie barker and John
pCilonis. and wrestled a draw with
»Wano Ketoneu. Emil Klanl. has said
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-middleweights since he won Kilonls'
gold championship belt at Duluth.
As a light heavyweight Brown has
wrestled such men as Gus Kaveras,
who Gotch refused to meet at Salt
j-.ake recently. Kaveras agreed to
throw Brown tw'oe 96 miputes, but
was only able to secure one fall In
the allotted time. Brown also wres
tled a draw with William Demetral, the
Greek demon. The event went two
hours. He defeated Bill Reoder of
New York and wrestled a three-hour
draw with George McGlaughlin of
Malad. He Is now on the trail of
George Nelson. Intermountain light
heavyweight champion.
Promoter Nick Collins, who has
charge of the Friday evening event,
announces that the referez will be se
lected from the ringside.
Collins is anxious to secure some
fast man in his class to go with him in
the preliminary event. Ray Brewster
and Young Brown, the former weigh
ing 153 and the latter 158 pounds, are
trying to secure the place. Any grap
pler who helices he can throw Collins
is welcome to the chance.
McCarroll and Collins are both train
ing for the events they are scheduled to
take part In' and both look exception
ally fast.
YOKEL IS FORCED TO
POSTPONE NATCH
Mike Yokel, former middleweight
champion of the world, has been forced
to postpone for two weeks his match
with Jones because of infection in one
of his hands bruised while wrestling
here with Frank McCarroll recently.
The Sait Lake Tribune says:
The blood poisoning consists of an
Infected hand. In Yokel's match with
Frank McCarroll at Boise recently, tho
Dutchman applied a headlock, but his
hand slipped a trifle and came in con
tact with his adversary's teeth. The
skin was barely scratched, and Yokel
paid no attention to the trifling injury
until the affected part began to itch,
and infection quickly followed.
Mike has been nursing the hand for
the last few days, and it la rapidly im
proving under treatment. Mike feared
that the trouble would be aggravated If
he took on Jones tonight, which would
mean a cancellation or a postponement
of his match with Pet Brown here on
April 14. The postponement of the
Jones match was readily agreed to by
the Logan folks when Yokel explained
the situation.
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PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
At Salt Lake—
Oakland . . ...
Salt lake . . ...
Klawltter, Mauser and Elliott; Fit
tery and Hannah.
R. H. E.
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. 7 10 1
R. H. E.
6 8 2
4 7 3
Fisher;
At San Francisco— '
Portland .
San Francisco.
Noyes, Higginbotham and
Steen and Baum, Sepulveda.
R. H. E.
2 3 3
At Los Angeles—
Vernon .
Los Angeles.
Hess. Quinn. Johnson an/1 Spencer;
Ryan and Boles.
5 9 2
Special Ratea.
Our $5 panel photos reduced to 32.50
tor 60 days; school children, get busy.
Stamper's, ground floor studio, corner
9th and Idaho.—Adv
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JESS WILLARD IS
OF SPANISH BIRTH
Jess Willard, the champion heavy
weight fighter of the world, is a native
born Basque—a Spaniard, in other
words, who came t.Q the United States
when but a boy. The authority for
this interesting statement is Castor
Aldecocea, a well known local Basque,
who is 'n receipt of the following ar
ticle taken from the "Las Novedades,"
a Spanish publication, translated to the
English :
"The conqueror of Jack Johnson Is
Spanish. His real name Is Jose Villar.
He was born In Navarra." (We now
clip from the Spanish newspapers the
following lines»: The champion pugi
list of the world, the great white fight
er whose strong arm conquered Jack
Johnson, the cowboy, whose name has
been proclaimed everywhere as syn
onym of strength and cleverness,
Jose Villar, known to the American
people as Jess Willard. He was born
in Tafalla in the province of Navarre
in Spain. Spanish newspapers through
o t Spain affirm this to be true. The
change of his name In spelling and
pronunciation is very easily understood
considering he has resided with his
TEW FOLKS HAVE
GREY HAIR NOW
Druggist Says Ladies Are
Using Recipe of Sage Tea
and Sulphur.
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
or when It fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, is caused by a lock of sulphur
In the hair. Our grandmother made
up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur
to keep her locks dark and beautiful,
and thousands of women and men who
value that even color, that beautiful
dark shade of hair which Is so attrac
tive. use only this old-time recipe.
Nowadays we get this famous mix
ture Improved by the addition of other
ingredients by asking at any drug
store for a 60-cent bottle of "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," which
darkens the hair so naturally,
ly. that nobody can possibly tell It has
been applied. You just dampen
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; but what
delights the ladles with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound, Is that, be
sides beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications, It also brings
back the gloss and lustre and gives
an appearance of abundance.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound Is a delightful toilet requisite
impart color and a youthful appear
ance to the hair. It is not intended
for the cure, mitigation or prevention
of disease.
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parents for years Iff America. The Vil
lar family, which was compelled to
emigrate to America for reasons not
mentioned in - those papers, i s still re
membered in Tafalla, small locality in
the province of Navarra in Spain. He
left hi® home ln S: ain when a mere
boy and taking up his homo in America
with his parents, he was engaged 'n
the cattle business. His portraits pub
lshed show that be is of the true Span
ish cast, as has been acknowledged for
him by the very best of authorities.
He has the stout and robust Basque
physique.
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High 8chool to pi«y.
The alumni and the regulars of Boise
high ( school Will put on the first base
ball game of the season at the Walnut
street athletic park this afternoon at 4
o'clock. It was originally announced
the game would take place at 2 o'clock
but the hour has been changed. Both
teams are confident of winning and a
spirited game should he staged. It will
be the first opportunity to get a line on
the material with the local high school
team.
•I* Bowling Results «J*
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The Selz Royal Blues, winner of the
city bowling championship, met defeat
in a three-game match played off last
night In the Recreation alleys, at the
hands of the M'urpheys who bowled
2969 pin# to 2908 for the Royal Blues.
The high score went to Robertson with
a total of 247 pins bowled In the third
gram©.
In a two-man handicap match played
the same evening Wilcox-Donnell won
from Miles-Hesse. The scores:
Murphey*.
Players—■
McKinley . .
Miller.
Robertson . .
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.. 212 *183 190
.. 214 199 170
.. 204 200 247
.. 200 183 163
.. 203 210 * 191
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Scott .
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Team average. 989.
Selz Royal Blues.
_1033 975
961
Players—
Paulson . .
Whyman . .
Jansen . .
Asbury . .
Allsop . .
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- 140 167 196
.... 159 232
.... 224 201 161
.... 192 218 210
.... 210 199 183
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Totals . .
Team average, 969.
Two-Man Match.
Wiicox-Donneil
Wilcox.
Donnell .
Handicap.
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- 167 181 218
- 190 166 158
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Rose plants, shrubs, vines, hedge
plants, perennials, pansies, daisies and
forget-me-not plant now. Boise Flor
Totals ....
Miies-Hesse—
Miles.
Hesse.
Handicap . . .
:
_ 167 151
- 189 280
...'. 46 46
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Totals . .
_ 402 477 385
Furniture vans for moving All
work guaranteed. Phone 73. Pensley
Transfer 4k Storage Co. Adt
Health is Wealth
hyJoKrv B. Huber. A.M..M. D.
"Take thou tome new infection to the eye.
And the rank poison of the old tciU die."
—S hakes piaxe.
What Is Immunity?
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HE knowledge Is at least as old as the history of medicine, that a
plagie atlaok of an infectious disease makes the survivor at least
prdb&bly, and In most cases absolutely. Immune to further attacks
of that disease.
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That is why so many of ths Infections—mumps,
measles, and the rest—are childhood diseases. And this knowledge is at
the bottom of the search for Immunising agents, which humankind has
been making. Today we used antlvenie
bodies—quit# as Galen (the doctor of that Nero who fiddled while Rome
burned) gave his patients viper flesh and viper blood for the same purpose
We "read In history's pages" that the Persian king Mithradates immunized
himself against poison by taklnf all the antidotes knoyrn in his time, experi
menting on condemned prisoners until be found the doses he could safeljJ
I take. He did this because ambitions members of the royal family, wanting
the king's Job, wer# like to resort to poison to that end. Those bitten by
rabld do & a were advised by mediaeval doctors to eat the liver and drink
the blood of the guilty canines; the Idea Is the same as "eating a hair of
tbe do< that blt you ''* * nd ' B tbe baaU ** tb9 hydrophobia cure there
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ever
substqpces extracted from snake
Dr. Jacner observed how dairy folk that got the matter from the udder
sores of cows (cow pox) Into cuts In their hands were Immune to smallpox;
by his Inoculations, then, of such cow virus (Vaccine) he assured protec
tion against the much more dreadful and fatal smallpox.
Thus began vaccination in the modern sense, for Pasteur developed
Into a scientific, working principle Jenner's demonstration of a mltd form
protecting against a sever# form of a given infection. In precise terms
immunity Is an individual's resistance to an infectious dsease, to which the
race in general is susceptible. Such immunity depends on the defensive
action of the body's resisting force« to the poison (toxin) either
re
of the
disease Itself or to such minute portions of that poison as are contained in the
immunizing agent. There may be acquired or natural or active or passive
immunity. Immunity is acquired on recovery from an attack of a given
Infection—as of scarlet fever.
Negroes are practically safe as to yellow
fever; theirs la a natural Immunity resulting from that race having through
countless generation«, la their native Africa, been ''up against Yellow
Jack''; call this racial Immunity, If you like.
Our very good friend the
horse Is actively immunised against diphtheria when we inject Into him tho
poison of that disease; then we take the serum from his blood and use it to
confer passive Immunity on those of our kind that are In danger of dipth
therla. Besides the diseases mentioned we have antitoxins (Immunizing
I agents) against tetanus (lockjaw), meningitis, typhoid fever and typhus
fever.
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{ answered here, »pace permitting — oth
ers mail if stamped return envelope
1« enclosed. Requests for personal di
agnosts or treatment cannot, however,
be considered in any way.
Questions of general interest wtU be
GOITER.
M. D. asks: My heart beats quick
and I can feel pulsations In my neck.
j am always in a tremble. I get hot
and cold feelings and I am losing
j wetg.,1. I feel a swelling In my throat,
although it does not pain me.
eyes seem to be bulging out. Some
time ago I had a great emotional
; shock. Can you tell me what la the
matter and what 1 had better do?
Answer: You have what doctors
call exophthalmic goiter. Yes. It Is
probably the shock you mention was
the origin of your aliment. Fear,
fright. worry, overstrain, excitement
are cause*. In young women asp«
rlal, Y People living In certain raoun
; tetnou* regions are likely to suffer;
,or *** m P ,| h «here la a great deal of
jfoltw In the Alps. This disease
My
also bepn attributed to excess of lima
In drinking water,
give up all work.
You must now
Your occupation
now muet be exclusively to "labor to
get well."
For you there must be
rest, both of body and of mind; ab
sence of all excitement; fresh air;
moderate but nutritious diet. It
be many months, years, before you
can recover.
W. p. asks: How con milk be »af
Isfactorlly Uttered?
Answer: Place In a clean glass
funnel that has been soelded, a piece
of absorbent cotton an inch thick, and
jallow It to percolate through, like drip
has!coffee. Into the nursing bottle.
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Derangements of the
nervous system (your shock was of
this kind) always take a long timo
to be restored. There are excellent
medicines appropriate to your condi
tion; but these should be prescribed
only by your physician. Self-medica
tlon would here be a very grave error.
TO FILTER MILK.

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