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Which Do You Prefer?
It is important for reasons of health and
practical economy for every housekeeper
to ask herself this question: «
"Do I prefer a pure baking powder like
Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from
grapes, or am I willing to use a baking
# powder made of alum or phosphate, both
derived from mineral sources ? "
The names of the ingredients printed
the label show whether the kind you
using or any brand , new or old.
on
are now
that may be offered is a genuine cream
of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate
or alum compound.
Royal Baking Powder contains no alum
nor phosphate.
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ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
New York
TERSON GIVEN.
IEYERE FROST AT
Lttomey General Forced to
Abandon His Plan to An
Inounce Candidacy for An
I other Term.
■ . ...
Phe politics, frost g.ven Joseph H.
berson, attorney general of the state
Idaho, by the recent Republican state
iventlon at Twin Falls, was and is
talk m the hour among the dele
[es who were in attendance. It has
n intimated that the attorney ten
) proposed, prior to the convention
ident, to announce his candidacy for
hird term at Twin Falls after feeling
the sentiment toward him by the
ty leaders, but that the cool recep
i his resolution to inst-uct the dele
es to vote for Republican candidates
president at Chicago, received
Bed an abandonment of,the p'an. It
b became known that the resolution
l its inception with the morning
teaman first and received the ardent
[Port of the attorney general,
he incident that resul d in so pro
Inced a turn down of the state's
al adviser happened just before the
|n F.-.lis convention was about to
Frederick S. Randall, of
riston, who became 11) at the
•nlng session while delivering his
ress,
» for the afternoon's proceedings.
I resolutions of the convention were
sented by C. C. Cavanah of Boise,
[had been read by him. They were
ly, for adoption when .Chairman
idall arose to put the question of
t adoption to the convention.
I Resolution Presented.
[was at this time tl -.t Attorney
feral Peterson, who had persistently
rht to, but as persistently failed, to
[ control of the Ada county deleg. -
a halted the chairman,
fed in the fre .t row of the con von
[hall and in plain sight. Taking the
Posed resolution from his pocket
feral Peterson said he wished to of
It for incorporation into the résolu -
k. Ail eyes of de'egates in the
lention were upon him instantly.
iPeterson th n read the resolution
bllows:
was made permanent chair
>urn.
He - as
is the declared sentime.it of the
ibllcans of Idaho in convention as
>led that the Idaho delegates to the
ago convention shall vote for and
ort only Republicans as candidates
nvention."
•e the said Chicago
Indignation Rampant,
legates had seen the
■renct . between th, managing edi
f the Statesman and Attorney Gcn
Peterson prl r to the introduction
le amendment .and there was no
t surprise over its presentation, al
numerous
Over Face, Itched Very Badly
Until Could Not Sleep. In
About Two Months
ly trouble began by blackheads and
red pimples which came under the
and then Urey came on the top and
J-jjaj. w«r» to »pots all over my
jpguÆX, face. T$ey Itched very
badly until I oould not
sleep and when' I
ecratched them they
would bleed.
"1 beard of Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment and
I tried than. I would
:aled bycuticura
)AP AND OINTMENT
,
jr,
cteease my face with hot
Oaticun Boftp »»( f *ppiy the
thee wash I* off with Cutlcura
tot water. In about two months
b Hyler, 3AS W. North Temple,
u> City. Utah, July 21. 1916. »
ile Euch Fr- 1 Kv
m-p. 8M« Bo* on request. A4
%>*pU T, Bm.
though indignation , was rampant
among the delegates after th attorney
general had fin hed reading it.
A significant alienee followed the
reading. Almost instantly thereafter C.
A. Sunderlin of Burley, himself a can
didate for attorney general subject to
the will of .the Republican primaries,
was on his feet. I T e was recognized by
the chair and voiced t ie sentiments of
practically all of the delegates present
when he declared that the amendmen
to the resolutions as offered was a
gross insult to the delegates ti e con
vention hr ' elected to the Chicago
convention and if he were a delegate he
would conside- It a f rther insult to his
intelligente.
Delegates Rise En Massa.
Chairman Randall called for a vivi
voce vote on the amendment. There
was a feeble response in ayes and a
thundering response in nays. While the
ayee and nayo we re being recorded At
torney General -eterson cried, "roll
cal ,,. ^ reply t0 whlch therc went * up
ah over the hall in apparent .Jsgust
from the delegates, "no", "no". Chair
.. lan Randall deC ]ared the "nays" had
voted down the amendment. It was ap
purent he was not at hll in sympathy
with the mo. er. In deterrence to the at
torney general who persisted in de
manding a roll call he called for a ris
ing vote, '"ne delegates'seemed to rise
en masse against the amendment. The
attorney general and several others
stood up in its favor.
Creates Roosevelt Sentiment.
Immediately thereafter a buzz of con.*
versatlo.i was opened among the dele
gates and condemnation of the attorney
general's act was heard on all side,s. It
was the general a- -epted belie! the
purpose of the resolution was to strike
at Colonel Roosevelt, who the States
man and attorney general have been
persistently fighting directly and In
directly. While the' convention dele
kat es hud on the two ocr asions
pbiuâed the name of
from Oyster Bay when it happened to
be mentioned, once during a. humorous
address by Colonel Earner and the sec
ond time in a comic song, there had
beep no outward demonstration
him. The Peterson resolution did
to create favorable
Theodore Roosevelt than any one thing
else could have done.
"We
ap
t he gentleman
for
more
sentiment for
< o not know who Ic going t. be
the Repuhl.can presidential nominee,"
said one delegate//'but wt hope he la
Senator Borah. (However, Attorney
General Petersr/m's resolution
more votes .*■of Colonel Roosevelt in
the convention than anything that
oould have tyeen done. We'll
Roosevelt to fTaft, who Peterson and
the Statesman» stand for, any time,''
"The attorr/ey general insulted every
delegate ir, the convention." said an
other delegate. ' Incidentally he killed
off any possible ambitions he may have
had for a thiitd term to be as his fri.nds
claim, vindicated' so 1 suppose we
ought to be thankful for that."
The trouble w'th the Statesman and
Attorney Ornerai Peterson is that
neither of ytl m is abreast of the
times," remarked a delegate. "They
stand still, while others move. Roth
have been condemned by their
party. Afr i!d to fight Senator Borah in
the open t;hey Indirectly sought to at
tack him becaufj of his friendship
Colonel Roosevelt,
stampeding the convention
made
take
to
Their hope of
. met with
about as j heavy a frost as anything I
have seep in the many convention';
have attended."
Tarty leaders exhibited their
disgust over the action of the
The prevailing opinion
seemed to he that political oblivion
opened fyr him after the convention
flatly turned down Ma. proposed reso
lution.
j'Ada County's Fight.
Several counties' had open caucus
fights «n the convention floor.
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open
attor
ney general.
m
Ada
county was fortunately bound under
the unit rule and the will of a majority
prevailed. The first cbntest came
over the selection of an alternate.
Canyon , county demanded that H. C.
Baldridge be named by the southwest
err! Idal 'ô district. Adams and Waah
in * ton bounties wanted E. M. Helgho.
A<5a co| anty had one open aspirant In
L*o,P. ! Grunbaum. Canyon county
served hot ice on Ada through Its dele
gateB that they would never stand for
Grunbaum and Ada county would have
to put /forth some other man.
county icaucussed on the
up
Ada
convention
floor and by et vote of 1« to 15, de
clared for C. F.
Borah, jvaa, of course, UUs county's
unanimous candidate for delegate to
the Chicago convention. As between
Baldrldgri and Height, Ada county
again caucused and by a vote of 17 to
18 declare^ for Baldridge. This act de
livered 26 votes for Baldridge from Ada
.county under the ugit rule, A district
caucue wan then hold
C.-.uyc;:, O vVyhee, i Hi
Boise, Adams and Elmore counties par
ticipated. Baldridge and Koelsch were
declared the dlatrlcts nominees for al
Koelsch. Senator
In.wMch Ada.
u, » Washington,
ternates and Senator Borah and BL H.
Dewey for delegate».
North Fight» Over Samuel*.
Samuels of Wallace drew a fight for
the northern distrlot. He was a candi
date for delegate. Walter Hanson
made a bitter personal attack on him
over matter» of long standing. One
of the charges made against Samuel»,
by Hanson, was that the' former had
paid the «penses of the Bonner county
delegates to the Twin Falls conven
tion. This Was promptly denied and
disproved. It appears that Samuels,
acting as the agent of some of the
northern Idaho delegates, had pur
chased their Pullman tickets and had
In turn been paid back by the dele
gates. Stanley Easton was algo nomi
nated in the district cauous aa a dele
gate. The vote stood 72 to 7», a tie, on
these two candidates when Samuels
withdrew and Easton was declared the
district's choice. It was said after the
caucus the Shoshone county delegates
voted for R. C. Beach of Lewiston.
There was no misunderstanding over
the northern Idaho delegates and alter
nates. Allshle, Whitla and either
Easton or Samuels had been decided
upon. Samuels having withdrawn the
three of them were named as the dis
trict's choice.
Boom for Randall.
It wasrumored during the conven
tion that Chairman Randall of the
convention might be brought out as a
fcompromise gubernatorial candidate
from the north and that was one of
the objects of naming him temporary
chairman. Randall's illness, however.
Is said to have eliminated him. Ef
forts were made to get Herman Taylor
to withdraw in favor of George Crum.
3oth were in attendance at the
convention and both were active. Tay
lor refused. He offered, however, for
the sake of harmony, it is said, to
eliminate himself from the race If
Crum did so and a third man sat
isfactory to him could be selected. A
third r .an could not be found. Atl
shie and Heitman, who were ap
proached, refused to consider the pro
posal to enter the gubernatorial race.
Is the report.
Brady Wins Out.
TJie fight made on United States
Senator Brady as a delegate by the
Bannock county delegation was one of
the convention features. It was elim
inated In a district caucus. Senator
Brldy was not only named as a dele
gate, but D. W. Church, the Bannock
county delegation's candidate, was de
feated and Ezra Burrell of Montpelier,
a candidate for delegate, who had
.withdrawn for the sake of harmony,
was named as an alternate. Church
lost out all around. The district cau
cus delivered a large vote for Sena
tor Brady. The Bannock county dele
gates claimed they were not drawing
fire to the junior senator but had been
pledged to Church before they knew
Senator Brady wanted to go as a dele
gate. Yet they refused to make his
nomination unanimous in the district
caucus. Senator Borah is said to have
explained in a letter written to some
of the, delegates that if both senators
could not be named as delegates,
neither should be named.
The southern Idaho contest which
centered about Fred W. Gooding of
Shoshone and I. E. Rockwell of Belle
vue resulted In a compromise being
perfected by which Mr. Gooding was
na»ed as the delegate and Mr. Rock
well the alternate. Twin Flails had
two candidates for delegate, neither
of whom could secure the indorsement
of the entire delegation from that
county.
No Attack on Primary.
, The attempts to make it appear the
direct primary law was attacked by
convention delegates Is misleading. The
fact of the patter Is many of the dele
gates favor the law but they are will
ing to amend It so that more party
gatherings may be held in the future.
The antt-prlmary people are against
the law In toto and not for an amend
ment so that no compromise seems to
oe in sight by which the principles of
the law can be preserved and at the
same time the objections of the anti
primary advocates met.
Twin Falls citizens royally enter
tained the delegates with auto rides
about the city and to the nearby
points of interest, including the great
Shoshone Falls over which the entire
flow of the Snake river is now plung
ing 290 feet; the Tw'n Falls and the
Twin Flails tract.
WOMAN AVOIDS
OPERATION

Medicine Which Made Sur
geon's Work Unnecessary.
Astoria, N. Y. — "For two Tear» I
was feeling ill and took all kinds of
tonics. I was g
ing Worse every ai _
I nad chills,my head
would ache, I was
always tired. I could
not walk straight
because of thepain
in mybsck and ïhad
pains in my stom
ach. I went to a
doctor and he said I
must go under an
operation, but I did
not go. I reed in
, , the paper about
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound Md told my husband about it I
smd 'I know nothing will help me but'I
will try this.' I found myself improv
ing from the very first bottle, and in two
weeks time I was able to sit down and
eat a hearty breakfast with my
band, which I had not done for two years.
I am now in the best of health and
did not have the operation. " —Mrs.
John A. Koenig, 502 Flushing Avenue,
Astoria, N. Y.
Every one dreads the surgeon's knife
and the operating table. Sometimes
toothing else will do; but many times
doctors say they are necessary when
they are not, Letter after letter comes
to the Pinkham Laboratory, telling how
operations were advised and were not
performed ; or,if performed,did no good,
but Lydia E. Pmkhetn's Vegetable Com
poundwos used and good health followed.
want advice write to
!^iXÄÄ'- 0
et
ay.
:
NEW PROJECT TO
RECLAIM LARGE
TRACT OP LAND
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(Staff Correspondence).
Payettdf April 26.—A new irrigation
project comprising 7000 'sores In the
Little Willow and lower Big Willow
valleys, about 10 miles east of Payette,
Is to be built this year at a cost of ap
proximately 1210,000, bonds for this
amount to be Issued. U 1» understood
the Wlckahoney Land A Water com
pany will purchase the bonds and will
have charge of the construction of the
dam, canals and laterals. The project
is to be turned over to the settlers
when completed.
A reinforced concrete dam 86 feet
high Is to be built as a part of the pro
ject. The dam will impound 88,000 feet
of water, which will Insure an ample
supply of water for the full Irrigation
season.
The Uttle Willow and lower Big
Willow valleys are fully settled and
much of the land Is producing crops.
The land In these valleys Is very rich
and productive, and is capable of pro
ducing Immense crops when Irrigation
water is applied.
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—JUST RECEIVED—NEW SHIPMENT OF WHITE AND IVORY WASHABLE KID GLOVES SELLING AT $1.1», $1,50 AND $1.75 PAIR
Thoj
Visit
Tomorrow
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PILLOW CASES AND
OWYHEE SHEETS
OUR PRICE8 ARE THE LOWEST
IN THE CITY ON
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Mr
Rubber Goods
—Good quality Pillow Cases;
size 42x36, each ..
—Two sizes, 42 and 45 by 86
Inch Pillow Cases, each ....
—Heavy quality, "Utica" Pillow
Cases; size 42x36,
each.
—Owyhee Sheets, made especially
for us by one of America's best
mills; heavy made and full width.
In 2 sizes—
Size 72x99,
:10c
s
AIL
:15c
/
—Various styles and sizes In Seam
less Fountain Syringes at 79o, 89c,
$1.09, $1.29, $1.59 and $2.09.
—Combination Hot Wafer Bottles
and Fountain Syringes in this
' mohth-end sale at $1.29, $1.49, $1.79
and $2.75.
—Four grades of RUBBER
GLOVES at 39o, 49c, 75c and 99o,
—BATHING CAPS In new styles
and new materials at 35c, 50e, 75o.
d 1 «
18c
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79c
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JRTHMOR n-9 u?
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Size 81x99,
89c
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Towels and Toweling Wednesday at the Bargain Square
PILLOW TUBING
—Mill snds of a well known brand of
good heavy quality pillow tubing; full
bleached; 42 and 45-inch widths; 1 to
10-yard pieces; special at,
yard.
,—An all white plain hemmed huck
towel; size 18x36, special
each.
—Unbleached crash linen towel
ing; special, yard ..
—Bleached linen clash toweling
with red border; special, yard
ANOTHER FRÇ8H NEW SHIPMENT OF
9c
15c
v WIRTHM0R AND WELW0RTH
WAISTS $1 & $2
9c
PEPPERELL SHEETING
—Mill ends of brown pepperell sheet
ing in 1 to 10-yard lengths and
2-yard widths; special at, yard
BATH TOWEL8
—Size 26x54 In heavy Turkish bath
towels, full bleached and of splendid
quality; quantities are limited; QQm
see them at, each .. wdb
MIC
19c
—Women of Boise know values; this is attested from the tre
mendously popular reception each new shipment of Wirthmor
Waists at $1 and Welworth Blouses at $2 receives.
—These waists really embody in a gratifying degree all the worth
while features of models selling at considerably higher prices.
They are always neat, simple and refined In style, and so made
as to insure lasting satisfaction.
—One ot the prettiest models to be shown Wednesday has a
guaranteed hand embroidered front.. Corns early
tomorrow and get your pick . ...
Long Cloth
—Fine and soft finished English Long
Cloth for underwear, etc.. In 10- QQ.
yard bolts at per bolt, special ,.3wC
Wash Cloths
DI8H CL0TH8
—Made of good grade knitted ma
terials; special
..4f,r25C
J1S $2
The Month End Drug Sundries Sale Starts Thursday
Tooth Pastes Talcum Powders
and Powders
6 for 25c
—Regular 10c Turkish
Wash Cloths, special at
at
Drug Sundry Speis
Face Powders
25c Jumbo Talcum
19o
89c
31 Pond's Extract ....
. 50c Pond's Extract.
31 Eau de Quinine.
50c Eau de Quinine ...
81 Horllck's Malted Milk
50c Horllck's Malted Milk
f 1 Listerlne ....
50o Listerlne ..f
25c Listerlne ...
50c Dloxogen ...
50c Cutlcura Ointment
50c Resinol Ointment
50c Mentholatum.
75c*Peroxlde.
35c Fletcher's Castorta
81 Odo-ro-no.
50c Qdo-ro-no .
50c Nonspl ...........
50c Dr. Pray's Ongoline.39o
60c El Perfecto Veda Rose Rouge
98c
21.25 Rivers Azuria .
21.00 Roger & Gallet's .
75c Roger & Gallet's.
75c Ziska Dorln ...
75c Bourjois Madeline .
75c Bourjois Poudre Mary ....
50c La Blache Powder .......
Melba Face Powder .
31.50 Gaby Delys Liquid Face
Powder.
50c Camellne ..
Cream de Camélia .
Ma Ave Liquid Powder.50c
Ma Ave Liquid Powder
Roger A Gallet Liquid Powder . .25o
43o
19c
25c Johnson's Baby Talo
50c PEBECO Tooth Past,» 39c
25c Euthymol Tooth Paste 19c
25c Sanitol Tooth Paste ..19c
89c
89c
.43o
,50c
25c Babcock's Coryiopsis
15c
89c
50c
Roger-Gallet Talcum t
25c
.43o
25c Colgate's Tooth Paste 20c
Boradent Tooth Paste .,...250
25o Dr. Lyon's Tooth Pow
der . .
26o ' Colgate's Dental Pow
,59c
•79o
Mennen's Talcum ...15o
35o
.39o
..19o
43c
17o
15c
Colgate's Taloum
.43o
50c
■43o
15o
Williams' Talcum
19o
der
.
.43o
,$1.39
-43o
... ?*. 59o
43c
VANISHING AND
COLD CREAMS
29o
60c
,89o
.43o
,25o
43o
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at
43«
Toilet Soaps
Glycerhje . . ........
Glycerine.;....
50c Yvette Hair Tonic
50c Canthrox Shampoo .43c
Bay Rum
New Skin
Chamois Skins at . .5c, 10o and 18o
Egg Jullp Shampoo.10o
Orange Wood Sticks, ...
Colgate's Shaving Cream
tVilliuns' Shaving Stick
25c Citrus Cream
50c Stillman's Freckle Cream
,25o
21.00 Pompeian Massage
Cream
76e Pompeian /Massage
Cream
BOc Pompeian Massage
Cream . .
60c Pond's Vanishing
Cream ••
15c
79c
k
. 43c
at
19o
26c Cutlcura Soap.
25c Packer's Tar Soap ..
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
Curative Skin Soap ....
Rose Glycerine Soa^....
Roger-Gallet Almond Meal Soap 15o
50c Dr. Berry's Freckle Cream
19o
55<
« a
at
,24c
10c
19e
50c Hind's Honey and Almond
Cream .
*11.50 Gourand's
Cream . . .
.39o
15c
39c
Oriental
,.. .$1.29
HONEYSUCKLE BENZINE
GREASELESS
CREAM . . .
Ma-Ave Cold Cream
26c bottle Rose Water and
Glycerine . .
AMERICAN B'EAUTY
CREAM
AT . .
3 for 5o
39c
Williams' Shaving Soap, 8 cakes
■20o
r I
m
Milkweed
19o
Ingram's
50c
Physicians and Surg
eons Soap
Cream Oil
Soap . .
Assorted Cokes Toilet
Sokp..
■ 35o
.17c
3t:25c
32:25c
62:25c
Cream
60e Sempre Giovlne at .. .41o
HOSPITAL ABSORBENT COTTON
1- os roll .
2- os. roll .'.....
4-oz. roll .
H-lb. package for .
1-lb. package for.
5c

Aubrey Sisters' Cold Cream
I
10c
25c
I
At
15o
.15c
Aubray Vanishing Cream 25c
Melba Skin Cleanser
Melba Cold Cream ..
.Do
50c
.2fcr25c
50c
Thirty-Five Twenty-One Cent Drug Sundry Specials
25c Kolÿnoa Tooth Past#..
25c Sanitol Tooth Powder .....
26c Woodbury's Facial Soap ...
25c Synol Soap at ..
26c Squlbb's Talcum Powder ..
25c Woodbury's Facial Powder.
26c Swanadown Face Powder ...
85c Satin Skin Powder.
26c sise Pond's Extract at .....
25c Sanjtol Hair Tonic ......... ;
25c "Tiz" for tired feet ..
25c Williams,' Shaving Cream ...
25c size Dloxogen at..
25o size Mentholatum at ....
25c size Odo-ro-no at ........
25c size Cuticle Ice at .......
25c Cuticle Softener at.
25c Rose Tint at.
25c Bourjois Rouge..
25c Ever Sweet at » ...
25c sise "Mum." ...
25c Colgate's Shaving Powder
25c Williams' Shaving Powder ..21 o
25c Williams' Holder top Shaving Stick.21e
25c Pond's Vanishing Cream.... ^
25c Pond's Cold Cream . Jfm V
25c Satin Skin Cream ..■ 9 H
25c Sanitol Cold Cream . M ■
25c Woodbury's Facial Cream .-. W I
26o Hind's Honey and Almond W ■
Cream . , .. m ■
25c Fostllla Cold Cream. # , ■
25c Da Luxe Tooth Paste. wtlÊË Ak
86c Spiro Powder..
25c Crown Lavender Snlt3 ......
28c Bathssweet . , , ...
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21o
. 21 o
.21o
21a
..21c
. ,21c
.21c
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Try this easy
way to heal
your skin with
Resinol
If you are suffering from eczema,
ringworm or similar itching, red,
unsightly skin affection, bathe the
sore places with Resinol Soap and
hot water, then gently apply a
little Resinol Ointment. You
will probably be astonished how
promptly the Itching stops and
healing begins. In most cases the
sick skin quickly becomes clear
and healthy again, at very little cost.
Rarissl- Ointment sad Resinol Soap an
•old br all dracrlsta : far trial free, write to
Resinol, Dept. 5-R, Baltimore, Md.
PLANTS. Early cabbage, tomatoes,
sweet potatoes, etc. W. S. & G. Co.,
9th and Grove.
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DATE FIXED FOR
THE CITY PAVING
BOND ELECTION
June 18 was the data fixed yesterday
afternoon by the city council for the
Improvement bond election to vote
bonds In the sum of 229,285.91 for the
paving-of the Intersections of the pav
ing district laid out at a recent session.
The bonds are for 20 years, optional at
any time after 10 years and .will draw 8
per cent interest. They are In denom
inations of $1000 each.
The ordinance fixing the date of the
election and providing for the bond
issue and its sale was passed by the
council under a suspension of the rules.
Mrs. Moody and Mrs. B. F. Wardell
were before the city oouncll and asked
that the council give permission to the
Idaho Traction company to extend Its
line across Mtorris Hill cemetery to St.
John's cemetery and the Jewish cem
etery. The matter was referred to
Councilman Eichelberger with power
to act. Mr. Eichelberger stated he fav
ored the extension and Mr. Dicke had
informed him that he would send en
gineers there to estimate the cost as
soon as the route desired was de
termined.
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A MERCILESS JUDGE
One Who Shew» No Fever.
A merci lee» Judge le Father Time,
Before him the weak and the wanting
go to the wall. Only the truth can
etand. For yearn the following state
ment from a Bolee resident has with
stood thi» «tarnest of all testa.
Mrs. M. C. Hull, 1604 North Tenth
street, Boise, says: "One of our family
was troubled for many year» by lum
bago, which was Uable to come on at
any time. The attacks la ited for sev
eral days and the sufferer was help
less, often being unable to turn in bed.
The patient's back was lame and sore
and the kidney secretions-were profuse
and unnatural. Two boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills, which we got at Charles
L. Joy A Co.'s Drug Store, made a per
manent cure." (Statement given June
7, 1910).
A Lasting Curs.
After a lapse of more thadt two years,
Mrs. Hull said: "I am glad to say that
the cure I mentioned In my former en
dorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills has
remained permanent."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's
Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Hull
has twice publicly recommended. Fos
ter-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
A
Seeds,* plants, etc., true to name.
W. S. & G., Co., cor. 9th and Grove.
Phone 823.
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