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TODAY ONLY ■ V u The Most Daring Photoplay Ever Screened. i I « [iggCll Ira Starring the Peerless Talented Majestic Queenly vaseinating Ida Schnall The Modern Venus. Children 5c. Adults 10c A PLAY YOU WANT TO SEE Thursday and Good Days to Drug —Tomorrow and Friday wo will emphasize the money-saving ad vantage. offered In our Drug Section. —Special displays will bo made of the several excellent lines we sell. Our prices are lower on all toilet requisites than are usually to be found on goods of such quality. —Wo are especially glad to rec ommend the "Perin" preparations to our customers. Although the newest line in our stock, they have already become one of the most popular. —Wo believe the quality and at tractiveness of these preparations are superior to many lines being sold at the prices. They are ab solutely guaranteed In quality and we wl'l promptly refund on any article that is not entirely satisfactory. You will no doubt And thè followin';, list. Jot down the items to take advan age of these savings —White Rose Glycerine Soap, cake . —Cashmere Bouquet, cake 26c and . —Pear's Glycerine Soap, cake... 14c —Maxine Elliott Toilet Soap, cake —Palm Olive Soap, i cake.; for..25c —Sana Oil- Buttermilk and Glycerine, box —Colgate's Toilet Soaps, a box. .25e —Colgate's Elder Flower. Palm and Floating Bath Soap, a cake.... 5c —Colgate's Barber Soap, a lb....35e —Synol Liquid Soap, a bottle...23c —L'.sterlne, 3 oz. bottle. 7 oz. bottle. 14 oz. bottle. —Jergen's Liquid Shampoo, bottle . —Canthrox Superior Shampoo..45c —Biz. a perfect head wash....23c —Colgate's Qulnol Hair Tonic, , bottle —Gramatan Dandruff Remedy..49c —Perln's Lora Totlet Water, bottle ... —Colgate Toilet Waters, Radiant Roee, Splendor and Florient, bottle —Hudnufs Yan! y Clover, Lily of * the Valley, Violet Sec, Eoc treme Violet, Sandalwood, Rose of Omar an J Sweet Lavender. 76c —Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet, Dactylla, Violet and La France „• Rose '—Plner's Azurea Face Powder, ,98c —Pozzonl Metal Box Face Powder —Pozzonl Jap Rico Face Powder.23e —Java Rice Powder price —Woodbury's Facial Powder. -. .23c —Peru's Or « Face Powder... ,98c —Perin's Oryz Complexion Powder —Perln's Lora. Face Powder-23c —Perin's Orya Talcum Powder. .23c 19c 10c 7c 23c 19c 39c 79o 29c 50c 75c .75« 40c 43c 39c 48c MAKE. IT RIOHT Mi STORES' * NO CHANGE HADE IN LEASING ROLES BY STATE BOARD I Stand Taken That Two-mile Limit Is Fixed by Law Which the Board Cannot Alter. i So far as the state land board Is con cerned no change has been made in the rules of that body regarding the leasing of state school lands within the zone commonly known as the two-mlle limit, over which there has been a contro versy between the cattlemen and the sheepmen. The rules were adopted at a meeting of the board late yesterday afternoon. The board takes the stand 'that the two-mile lltylt matter is cov i hred by the law which the board can ! not change. No mention is made in the rules regarding the two-mlle limit. The request of the stockmen that they be give:, a prior right to lease school lands within this Zone from the state was not Incorporated within the rules. Rule No. 11 Is claimed to cover the complaint and requests of the small homesteader or rancher who desires state land on which to run his stock. This rule is as fellows: Say Rule Gives Protection. "When an isolated tract of 160 acres or less belonging to the state Is con tigu« us to a settled community, it Is the policy of the board to lease ' such land to residents who live adjacent to it, provided they voluntarily organize themselves into a grazing association, so that all who live in the district may share and share alike in the benefits derived therefrom. If It appears that only one resident lives on or owns a ranch with such Isolated tract con tiguous thereto, which Is of no benefit I to other settlers In that community, then in that event, he will be permitted to lease said tract, provided he has stock to graze." Rule No. 15 provides that the max imum acreage which may be leased to or operated by any 'one person for agricultural puraoses is 320 acres. It Is further provided by the rules Friday Will Be Save Money on Sundries a few of your favorite preparations In you need and compare prices. Plan Thursday and Friday. —DJer Kiss Talcum Powder... ,23c —Perin's Viol it and Lilac Powder . —Colgate's, Williams' and Men nen's Talc- m Powders, all odors . —Jergen's Talcum Powders. —Bath Sweet Powder, a can... 19c —Perln'a Cold Cream In Jars-48c —Perln's 3old Cream in tubes..23c —Daggett and Ramsdell's Cold Cream In jars, price.. ,33c and 45c —Pond's Extract Cold Cream In jars . —Pond's Vanishing Cream In Jars —Pond's Vanishing Cream In tubes . —Cream Llcaya. —Sempra Govine. '—Woodbury '«- Facial Cream, tube . . . —Williams' Cold Cream In jars. 23o —Williams' Cold Cream In tubes 23c —Colgate's Cold Cream in jars —Stillman's Freckle Cream —Pompeian Night Cream, Jar.. .29« —Pompeian Night Cream In , tubes .. —Pompeian Massage Cream In jars ....... —Ingram'«- Milkweed Cream.,..43c --Marvelous Cold Cream —Cutlcura Ointment, a bottle...45c —Mentholatifm —Camphor Ice —Blue Seal Vaseline.So and 10c —Perin'« Dentifrice —Sanltol Tooth Paste, a tube...19e —Boradent Tooth Paste, a tube.25c —Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder, car.. 19c —Colgate's Tooth Paste, a tube... —Colgate's Dental Powder.*.. —Pebeco Tooth Paste —Cutlcura Soap . —Packer's Tar Soap... —Woodbury's Fecial Soap, cake.19e 0 15o 15c 10c 19e 19c and 39c 19c 48c, 43c 23c 25o and 50o 43c 19c 19« 50c 23c 10o 23c 10o and 20c 15c «ad 24c * 19c 19c addpted that when an isolated tract ot 160 acres or less Is located upon a troll which la the only practical course to and from the spring and fall range, stockmen may, ln such case trail across the land to and from the forests or the spring and fall range, or the state may refuse to lease such land and hold same for public use. Other Provisions. State lands may be leased for agri cultural or gracing purposes for a term of from one to five years. Leases are made for full years only, and Invariably date from January 1 of the year In which they are executed. Lands must be used exclusively for the purposes Indicated in tlft lease. Leases are made subject to the sale of the lands at any time by the board. The lessee shall, In the event of such sale, be paid the ap praised value, in accordance with law, for surface Improvements, such os buildings and fences and such other Improvements as the state land com missioner or the board shall determine, or be permitted to remove the same; and If be have a crop growing upon the land he shall be permitted to harvest the same before purchaser takes pos session. Grazing leases cannot be assigned or sub-leased. Where there are more applications than one .filed to lease a certain tract of land, the same will be put up at pub lio auction and leased to the highest bidder a't the office of the state land icommlssloner, at Boise, unless other wise ordered, In accordance with sec tion 1677 of the revised codes. Rental on all leases must be paid an nually in advance, on January 1, of each year. On grazing leases the rental runs from 7% cents to 26 cents per acre; on agricultural leases, from 26 cents to *1 per acre a year. Application blanks will be furnished tree of charge upon request. The filing fees are *1.60 for each section or frac tion thereof applied for; and 26 cents for each additional section or fraction thereof. Where a lease has been lost, a dupli cate will be Issued by filing with the board an affidavit showing the loss of original lease, and the payment of a fee of 81.60. Another rule of importance incorpor ated In those adopted yesterday guards against the leasing of newly selected lands and the tlelng It up for five years. This rule Is to the effect that newly se lected land can be first leased for one year or for that portion of the unex plred year for which such lands are available after which they may be leased for a longer period. IS PROPOSED BY THE LAND BOARD Officers of the Twin Falls Oakley Land & Water Company Are Cited to Appear. The Twin "alls-Oakley Land & Water company Is cited by the state land board to appear before that body next Saturday and show cause why It should not be ''ojected" from'the prem ises. This notice, considered one of the most drastic that has been sent out by the board to an Irrigation comprny, is the result of the alleged failure of the Twin Falls-Oakley Land & Water company to live up to the terms of the contract it has with the state for the reclarru.tlon of the lands within the project. Governor Alexander took the Initiative In mo-lng that the company be cited to appear and show cause why thp contract should not be annulled and the company ejected. The officers of the company were îotifled by wire last night to appear before tho board Saturday. This Is the project on which the Ir rigation dra'nage code commission made a long roport, recommending that, owing to fie water ohortage, the acreage be reduced. The otate land board later authorized a cut In the acreage and Instructed the stato engi neer-to inspect the project and report to the board how the cut should- be made. Ti e State engineer complied with the request. It is understood hat sine* then no attempt has been made to reduce the area In the project to the boundaries outlined. Canes. Owyhee Lands. Anothur action taken by the board at Its meeting yesterday afternoon Is looked upon as Important as the one ordering the Twin Falls-Oakley Land & Water company to appear before It. Because the Owyhee Land & Irriga tion company had failed to take ad vant^re of the 80-day notice given It to show cquso why the land segregated to it had not been Irrigate«!, the board directed that the entire area so segre gated by canceled and action was taken to this effect. There are 39,6*3 acres In the segregation located In Owjhce county, townships 3, 4 and 6 south, ranges 1 nd 2 east. The state en tered Into a contract with the Owyhee VYS THE HAVOC » u with GLADYS HANSON Famous Broadway Star. Don't Miss It TODAY Land & Irrlgatlo the land Nov. 10 of the contract, the board alleges, have not been compiled with, hence the can cellation. The board declined the request of the Idaho Irrigation company to rder the state engineer t- moke a complete ex amination of lUi works, after which and when his report has been filed, the board accept tht Wortes as complete and discharge tlfe company from fur ther liability under its contract. The board desires first to have the state engineer's report as to the availability of the water „apply on this project. company to irrigate 1809, and :he terns Fertilisers for W. S. & G. Co. Grove. lawns, garden, field«. -Phone 328. 9th and tf Manisrrs arriaon Wadding. Chicago, April) 26.—The first of the notable Easter | weddings in Chicago society took place yesterday, when Miss Edith Ogden Harrison, daughter of the former mayor and Mrs. Carter H. Har rison, became the bride of Edson Ma, nlerre, son ot W 111am R. Manlerre. The ceremony was performed In the after noon at the Harrison residence In Sheridan Road. The bridal party In cluded representatives of society In New York, Detroit, Kansas City, Balti more, San Francisco, Cincinnati and St. Louis. The Marks Co BLUE SERGE SUITS «✓( In the wholesale markets and among clothing factories there's an unheard of scarcity of blue serges. The cloth mills have a limited and small amount of blue dyes of the imported coal tar variety on hand and unable to obtain more, so there is very little blue serge being made and the wholesale tailor ing shops are almost out of the cloth, and most of what they have is already contracted for, and before the season is well advanced there will be an awful shortage of blue serge suits. Our racks at present are overloaded with the choicest and finest blue serge suits in a great variety of models for men and young nien, bought months ago before the tremen dpus advance in prices, and as long as pres eht stock holds out no advance will be made ** # ■ ^ Select your Blue Sergé Suit now, we are showing light, medium and heavy weight sèrges for Men and Young Men. // f— ' P egg 1 $ 1 5 - $20 $30.00 and $35.00 ■ LARGE FORCE AI ; WORK ON HOTEL Important . Improvements Well Under Are Now Way at Payette. (Staff Correspondence). Payette, April 26.—A force of 20 men Is at work on the new *60,000 hotel be ing built here by H. E. Dunn and his Salt Lake associates. The foundation is In and work on the superstructure has commenced. The bricklayers will start to work this week. J. P. Walker, superintendent of construction, stated the hotel will be completed by Septem ber 1. The two-story brick business block being built by Charles Smith at a cost of *7000 is progressing rapidly. The bricklayers have the first atory almost completed. The first floer and base ment will be occupied by Stanton Bros.' grocery. The Gorham Mercantile company Is remodeling its two-story front, making it strictly modern. There will be SO feet of plate glass front, 80 feet of which will be on the main street frontage, and 20 feet on the side street. The cost of these Improvements will be about $1500. Lauer Bros, completed the remodel ing of the Interior of their store ad joining the Payette National bank on the north. They will remodel their front later on. The Canyon Mercantile com pany, which occupied the Lauer build ing, has moved Into the building for merly used by Fifer's confectionery. Lauer Bros. Just finished moving their furniture store In their own building. A number of residences are being re modeled and additions built to them. MMHMNNfiNWMMMNAWIMINMNNNIWMMV Beginning Monday May 1 STRAND THEATER WILL CHANGE PROGRAM EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY—ONLY TWO CHANGES EACH WEEK Tha Great Serial "THE STRANGE CASE OF MÄRY PAGE" -Monday, Tueeday and Wednesday. Will Run Three Dayi MMMMgMMMMMMfMMMMIMIMMlWMAMMMMMfiNAfiMNMii An air of prosperity is prevalent her^ and business conditions are improving. HOTEL ARRIVALS. IDANHA—W. Lambert, Spokane; C, Beebe, Blackfoot; C. J. Mantor, Glenn's Ferry; George V. Heringer, Seattle; O. M. Smith, Portland: C. Gullowan. Jr., Welser; H. L. McDonald, Rupert; Looney, Jordan Valley; A. J. An derson; J. B. Snow, Oreana; William R. Sproat, Mayfield; J. McPherson. Po catello; Mrs. T. Kohout and daughter, Jordan Valley; Oren C'owle. New York; S. P. Lolor, San Francisco; Charles Mahan, Rainey; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crane, Nampa.