Attorney General Holds Dis
tricts Must Insure With
State Fund Unless Appli
Ruling Given to Commis
sioner of Education—If
Turned Down Districts
Furnish a Surety Bond or
School district* In Idaho come with
in the purview of the workmen's com
pensation act and districts must in
sure with the state Insurance fund. If
their application for Insurance therein
Is denied they may furnish a surety
bond or guaranty contract. Attorney
General T. A. Walters so holds In an
opinion given to Dr. E. A. Bryan, state j
commissioner of education.
In quoting section two of the adt show- !
Ing that school districts are Included
within the Jurisdiction the attorney
general drops a numbej of other class
ifications and as these include other
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TBT\ A. AND FRIDAY
■ Y AND SATURDAY
If you refused the hand of a millionaire for that of a
chauffeur and learned that your love was also a million
aire, wouldn't you be as happy as
In the new Mutual Comedy-Drama
See This Picture and Let Your- Tears Be of Joy.
L K O COMEDY
IN TWO PARTS.
U. S. Four Minute
MR. EDWIN SNOW.
il V AUDE VIL LE Xll
Hippodrome Road Show No. 2—Two Acts.
BARRETT & BAIN
Matinee,.5c and 10c.
Evening, 10c and 20c.
districts the section Is quoted In full
section in full.
Sec. 2. This act shall apply to em
ployes of the state and of all counties,
cities, cities under special charter or
commission form of government, vil
lages, school^ districts, irrigation dis
tricts, drainage districts, highway dis
tricts, road districts and other public
and municipal corporations within the
state; but not to public officials who
are elected by popular vote or who re
ceive salaries exceeding $2400 a year.
Policemen and firemen and others en
titled to pensions shall be deemed em
ployes within the meaning of this act.
If, however, any policeman or fireman
or other person entitled to a pension
claims compensation under this act
there shall be deducted from such com
pensation any sum which such police
man or fireman or other person may
be entitled to receive from any pen
sion or other benefit fund to which
the state or municipal body may con
Jn his letter and opinion to the state
commissioner of* education. Attorney
General Walters says:
"The question has arisen In numer
ous instances ns # to whether or not
the workmen's compensation act in
cludes within its purview school dis
tricts. and if so, whether such school
districts must insure with the state
insurance fund or have the option to
submit 'a surety bond or guaranty
WHAT LAW SAY8.
"The workmen's compensation act
reads, inter alia:
" 'This act shall apply to employes
of......school districts......and other
public and municipal corporations
within the state......' (1917 law's 255,
" A public corporation may insure
against its liability for compensation
with the state insurance fund and not
with any other insurance carrier un
less such fund shall refuse to accept
the risk when the application for in
surance is made.' (1917 laws 289, sec.
"From the foregoing provisions
it appears that:
"1. School districts are within
the purview of the act; and,
"2. That such districts must
insure with the state Insurance
fund unless their application for
insurance therein is denied, in
which last Instance, only, may
school districts furnish a 'surety
bond or guaranty contract.'"
Among the notable members of the
excellent oast presenting the Broadway
Amusement company's dramatization
of Mrs. Gene Stratton-Porter's famous
novel of "Freckles" at the Pinney
theater tonight. Is Harry Dickeson, the
clever English comedian, who has ap
peared before Boise audiences with
some of the best musical comedies pre
sented here. Mr. Dickeson was with
the Mort Singer attractions for a num
ber of years, appearing here with Har
ry Bulger, in "The Flirting Princess,''
Women! Keep It On Dresser!
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wards. It doesn't even irritate
the skin or flesh. •
For * few cents one can now
get rid of every hard corn, soft /
corn, or corn between the toes,
as well as painful calluses on
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Ladies! Keep it on the dresser.
The world owes thanks to th*
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fluid can now be had at any
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You simply apply a few drops
of this freezone upon a tender,
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cfillus. Instantly the soreness
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find the corn or callus so loose
Billy Clifford, In "The Girl At the
Helm," and "The Modern Eve." He
waa one of the highest salaried actor»
on the Singer staff, and every part he
enacted was a masterpiece of acting.
He will be seen here Thursday In the
role of the loveable old Sctjtchman,
Duncan, In "Freckles" and during the
performance will render two of Harry
•Utider's greatest song successes. "It's
Nice to Get Up In The Mornln' " and
' Roamin' In the Gloamln' ", He I» an
actor of the old English school, ap
pearing on the London stage In varioAs
productions with the famous actor, Sir
Herbert Beerbohlm Tree, when they
were both yotvg actors together. He
was brought over to this country for a
was brought over to this country for a
mystifying an«^ bewildering from cur
- tn 1 -
The Trouble Buffer'
At the Strand Thursday. Friday and Saturday.
New Turk run, by Klralfy. Besides
these two songs rendered by Mr. Dicke
son. six other song numbers will be in
troduced during the performance. In
cluding. "The Girl I've Had In Mind,"
written for "Freckles" by the Vtenese
composer. Anatol Friedland. "Oh, How
I That Woman Could Cook," Hearin'
From Brin," "The Girl You Can't For
get," and "The ßunshine of Your
GAIL KANE RUNS RANCH.
Miss Gall Ka ne, former Frohman
star, whose success In photodrama was
mediate and sensational, has a cat
tle ranch In Canada which bids fair to
become the most remarkable cattle
farm in the world.
In 1915, when Miss Kane, who Is ap
pearing' in a new Mutual-American
production, "The Upper Crust," bought
the place, there were fifteen regular
•happed and spurred cowmen employed
in riding the range, branding and gen
eral round-up work, but today the only
; man on the ranch Is Michael St. Cyr,
a half-breed Frenchman, while young
women hands are doing the work that
formerly was considered fit only for
Bight of the cowmen formerly on the
j«>b are In France, herding Boches
along the Aisne front, five are in train
ing camps, getting ready for service,
and two are cattle buyers for the gov
The cowgirls, who are all fine horse
women, draw regular pay for their
work, which has proved highly effi
cient. Miss Kane's reports from the
ranch show that there has been no de
predation in tiie value of the property
because of the strange innovation, and
she is thinking seriously of making it
"The Upper (•rust" is now playing at
tiie Tsls for the balance of the week.
The Hippodrome Hoad show No. 2
occupies the vaudeville spot-light for
.the i-est of the week at The Isis. Two
I ac '^ s > Davis Ellison, the flexible wonder
L and Barrett & Bain in a comedy sing-J
|' ing and yodeling act, complete the bill. |
Winsome Vivian Martin who is ap
pearing at the Strand theater today In
the Paramount picture, "The Trouble
Buster," is known around the studios
ns "Miss Merry." This is because of
ttxf unlimited supply of good cheer
which Miss Martin Invariably carries
concealed on her small person. "The
Trouble Buster." which was written
for Miss Martin by Tom Forman, a
fellow-actor and an author, brings ev
ery bit of fun and lovableness of which
Miss Martin is capable and proves
that its name was well chosen, for It
is guaranteed to dispell any lingering
'glooms' besides telling a very dra
matic story of very real life.
"A Bedroom Blunder;" the first of the
Paramount-Mack Bennett comedies Is
Included In the bill at the Strand for
the week-end. Mack Bennett is with
out a doubt the king of comedy pro
ducers and has successfully blended
the girl show with the alap-stlck com
Murdock and his company of mystic
entertainers Is the attraction at the
Pinney theater for a three day engage
ment commencing Friday. Oct. 26.
The Murdock entertainer Is unques
tionably the highest class mystery
show of Its kind exhibiting In the lead
ing playhouses throughout this coun
Billed as the man who knows Mur
dock offers a two part program that Is
mystifying an«^ bewildering from cur
tain to curtain
The first part of the performance Is
a scries of high class magic and Il
lusions. Murdock offers more illusions
in this part of the performance than
have ever been put into one night's
I he second part of the performance
styled the Spirlto Seance la wholly an
awe-inspiring exhibition of irtfnd over
matter. With the aid of a crystal Mur
dock appearing as the White Mathat
ma (crystal seen answers any and all
questions asked or written by any
meVnber of the audience.
Critics throughout the-United States
have pronounced this entertainment
an occult phenomenon and Murdock a
Charles Chaplin closes today at the
Majestic in "A Jitney Elopement," two
part comedy. It is a genuine laughfest
and filled with unusual laugh provok
ing situations, and the native comedy
of the king comedian. Taylor Holmes
is the featured player in "Efficiency
Edgar's Courtship," a five part comedy
drama taken from the famous stories
of the "Adventures of Efficiency Ed
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MAKE ME A BOY.
Fortune smiles when win
some Vivian Martin dons the
regalia of the sterner sex in this
delightfully told'story of a girl
alone in a great city.
U. S. Four Minute Man
HON. FRANK MARTIN
A Four-Minute Talk on a National Question.
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OVERTURE—"THE BOAT SONG" from "The Tales of Hoffman."
SOLO -" CAp RICE VIENNOIS." by Kreisler, played by DeWitt DePue
KreiaIer ' 8 rCcital ™ mb - Kreisler is probably one oMhe
MATINEE, 5c AND 10c.
rAMTTMTTAYrn EVENING, 10c AND 20c.
CONTINUOUS 1:00 TO 11:30 P. M.
WHERE THE SHOWS
ARE ALWAYS GOOD.
WM. S. HART in "The Narrow Trail"
Bar" that run In the Saturday Even
ing- Post. Thousands have been en
tertained by the perplexing situations
in these stories and their screen ap
pearance has been greeted with en
thusiasm. Tomorrow George Walsh
the "laugh a minute" comedian will be
; wall or.Porto Rico.
Are Told How to Find
Relief from Pain.
Nashua, N.H. — «I am nineteen years old and
every month for two years I had such pains that I
would often faint and have to leave school. I had
such pain I did not know what to do with myself
and tried so many remedies that were of no use.
I read about Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable
Compound in the newspapers and decided to
try it, and that is how I found relief from
pain and feel so much better than I used to.
When I hear of any girl suffering
as I did I tell them how Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
helped me." — Delina Martin,
29 Bowers Street, Nashua, N. II. f;
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
made from native roots and herbs, contains no
narcotic or harmful drugs, and is, therefore,
THE PERFECTLY SAFE REMEDY
LYDIA E. PINKHAMs
presented In his latest achievement,
1 his la the Elfe." "Buckley's Trained
Monkey and Ape." show Is on the same
program. These trained apes are trulj
wonderful and In presenting them, one
IS seeing vaudeville's most unique ani
! Gorman exports to the United States.
, as registered at American consulates In
Germans, were |8,349'90J In 1*1«
against *39.967.183 In 1915. Exports t<>
I the Philippines were *21,428 against
*t40,871. There were no exports to Ha
; wall or.Porto Rico.
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