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PRICE OF COAL
TO DEPEND ON FREIGHT RATES State Fuel Advisory Com mittee Fixes Price for Home Size Coal in Boise at $8.90. Home slzze real which «ells for $3 at the mine will be sold In Boise at js.nn a ton after Nov. 1. This action was taken hy the state fuel advisory committee Thursday afternoon. Au thority was asked to establish for Idaho retailers a gross margin of 321 per ton. The permission was granted by Federal Fuel Administrator Gar field. The price In the different towns of the state will hereafter depend en tirely upon the freight rate from the mine. On coal that sells at 33 at the mine the freight to Boise Is 33.90 a ton. This will make the cost to the consumer 3S.90 after the first of the month when the rew regulation be comes effective. Idaho has been the first state to ask and receive authority to regulate local coal prices. It Is also the first state to ask tthat coal shipments be given priority over all unperishable freight. This request has been made for all of the northwest states. Favorable ac tion la expected by Judge Lovett, head af the priority board. ASKS FOR AUTHORITY. Before the state fuel advisory com mittee adjourned Thursday afternoon ex-Governor F. R. Gooding, federal fuel administrator for Idaho, sent an urgent message to the federal fuel ad ministrator setting forth the impera tive needs of Idaho for an adequate coal supply and asked that the state fuel advisory committee be authorized to use all possible means to secure priority rights for coal over every other commodity of not perishable na ture, or of extreme public necessity. Conservation of coal was strongly urged by the state fuel advisory com mîtes. It is estimated that 325,000 tons of coal will be demanded for Ida ho for the year. If »very household and every Industrial concern will use the strictest economy it Is believed that from 10 to 12 per cent of the sup ply can be conserved. If this is done It will mean the saving of 1000 cars of coal. This means that the cars will also be available for other ship ments. The advisory committee took the View that the average family can save at least a half ton of coal during the season. If a corresponding saving Is made at the industrial plants, the con servation of fuel by this means will exceed 1000 cars for Idaho. COUNTY SOLVES OWN PROBLEM. Teton county, according to Thomas Picks, a member of the advistory committee, has solved Its own coal problem. The mines of that section have been opened up enough to sup ply the local demand. Every ton of fuel that has beeh mined, has been taken by Teton county residents. There is hot enough to supply other sections, but it lessens the entire de mand of the state to a noticeable ex tent and promises greater relief for the future. The committee urged the use of wftod for fuel wherever possible. In Fremont and Madison counties many have heeded this suggestion and large quantities of cord-wood have been cut on the forest reserve. Ex-Governor Gooding says that the needs of the state in the line of fuel will be supplied if Judge Lovett will grant priority rights for coal. "The railroads are making every effort to handle the increased traffic," said he. "and It is not their fault if the cars are not available. If we get the pri ority rights, It means that cars will be at the mines so that the operators can work to full capacity and this will Insure an adequate furl supply." Have your next suit made by Ou* R. Mueller. Tailor. Falk Bldg. Adv. N10 PIININEY THEATER THREE DAYS—-COMMENCING FRIDAY, OCT. 26_ PRICES—Nite, 25c, 50c, 75. Ladies' Matinee, 50c. ASK. 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It is held by the union that the dis charges took piace in violation of an agreement entered into last June when a general strike over the system was narrowly prevented. Operators were discharged at lone, Spirit Lake and Rathdrum. It is also alleged by the union that three of the Wallace operators were, compelled to quit their positions on account of intimidation by company officials. Union members assert that under the agreement last .Tune line men were to receive $4.60 per day and that they now have proof that the company has attempted to secure line men to take the places of members of the union at $90 a month. The settlement of the present diffi culty now rests with the answer of the telephone officials to the ultimatum •• f the union. Union members declare th.it the company will have to abandon its alleged methods of intimidation ,ind coercion of employes and show that it intends to tive up to the agreement ASTHMA SUfFERER WRITE TODAY and I will trll you of th* simple home treatment for asthma and bron chitis which has cured many after physicians and change of climate failed. I want you to try it at my expense. Drop me a card and I 11 mail you a 25c sample bottle FREE. Geo. J. Thnmassen, Box A-19. Des Moine*, loua. made ladt June or tho employes will be called out. DENIES CHARGES. In a signed article General Superin tendent lee asserts that the company 1 lias not broken Its agreement made last June and states that the chief operators at lone, Spirit Lake and Rathdrum were relieved of their po sitions at the request of the bonding company. In each Instance it Is said the chief operators were offered other positions In their own or other ex changes where no financial respon sibilities were involved, but that they! refused such employment. ffoocCftgffii CHEERFUL GRANDADDY LONG LEGS. One day Jimmy Spider and Johnny ! Tree Frog sat chatting on a log. The; weather was threatening rain and they were ' ery unhappy. , "How are you today?" croaked ; ; Johnny Tree Frog as Willy Wasp Join- . cd them. "Most miserable!" buzzed Willy Wasp, "everything goes wrong with ; ! me-on dreary days." i "That's my trouble exactly. When j [it rains I generally have to build my [ house all over," said Jimmy Spider. ! 1 hate rainy days!" "tToudy weather makes . my voice'that hoarse." croaked Johnny Tree 1-Yog. | "I don't think this meadow is run right," buzzed Willy Wasp. ; j \ I r ; "DO TELL US!" The others agreed and then they all sat silent each wondering how her would change things if he had a chance. 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IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY. 5. 6, 7 and S, Odd Fallows' Bldg., 9th and Idaho Sts., Boise, Idaho. =3^ 1 £smoj is healing my eczema so quickly! You don't hav^to wait to know that Resinol is healing your skin trouble! The first application usualljf stops the itching and makes the skin look liealth icr. And its continued use rarely fails ! toclear sway all trace of eruption,crusts and soreness. Doctors have prescribed Resinol for many years, and it contains , nothing that could injure tlie tenderest ; , U j n . Sold hy all druggists. . w ; But when Grandaddy Long l,egs ap i pear"d above the top of the log he was j smiling and happy. The three friends [ began to complain about the weather ! and ended by finding fault with the [world in general, before they noticed Grandaddy Long Legs limped as | he walked, and when they counted his legs they found one was missing. "I I to on "Do tell us how it happened!" they ; «Tied in a chorus. j Grandaddy I-on g I>egs told them \ about a lit le boy who had stopped him I to make him point out which way the rows were: "l pointed every way to make sure," said Grandaddy T^ong r I/egs. "but he wouldn't let. me go. I ; pulled away and lost my leg." IDAHO WOMAN MADE WELL Lydia E.PinkhamYVegetable Compound Did the Work. Nothing like it. Aberdeen, Idaho.—''Last year I suf fered from a weakness with pains in my side and back. A friend asked me to try Lydia E. Pink ham 's Vegetable Compound and I did so. After taking one bottle I felt very much better. I have now taken three bottles and feel like a different woman. Lydia E. _Pinhkqm's Vege table Compound is the best medicine I have ever taken and I can recommend it to all suffering women. "—Mrs. Percy Prestidge, Aberdeen, Idaho. Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should be convinced by the many genuine and truthful testimonials we are constantly publishing in the newspapers of the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound to restore their health. To know whether Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will help you, try it! For advice write to Lydia E. Pink ham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. CON W. HESSE v 1002 Main St EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING Record „f ovsr 40,000 Watehea There's a Reason, "I'd have given him one big atlng!" exclaimed Willy Wasp. "Tes? Well, you see. Grandaddy Long I^gs hasn't any stinger—how could he rtlng?" croaked Johnny Tree Frog. "That's right," buzzed Willy Wasp. "I tell you tliis meadow Isn't run right. What will you do without your leg?" "I'm all right. Haven't I seven legs left. I can still see, hear and eat — why. I'm lucky! And I mean to enjoy the best life has to give while I live. If I lost two more legs I'd still be Just happy on five. If folks would only count their blessings they'd find they outnumber their misfortunes every time," replied Grandaddy Long l>egs. "I find the best way to he happy is to take things as they come, rain or sunshine." Grandaddy Ixing Irfgs con tinued. "Not one of you could run this meadow sny better if you tried, but you could help a great deal by being cheerful and happy. Don't complain when it rains; make the beat of it. Where there's sunshine in the heart 'lie whole world Is brightened by tilt glow of a smile," and Grandaddy Ix>ng la>gs hobbled away rather awkwardly on his seven legs. "Maybe lie's right. Anyway I'm glad I didn't lose one of my legs." croaked Johnny Tree Frog, and he be gan tossing as loud as he could, and the farmers looked at the sky and were glad. Willy Wasp found the clay for his new house mixed better when It «as wet and lie went about his work buz zing happily to himself. Jimmy Spider found his web torn, but caught in its threads were several 1 CIRCUS BUCKLEY'S COMEDY ANIMALS , GEO. WALSH SMILING ATHLETIC POPULAR FAVORITE IN THIS IS THE LIFE PEP AND PUNCH PLUS!! GINGER AND JOY!! GRACE WARRNER A CHARMING COMEDIENNE ADMISSION MATINEES........ 5c A 10« EVENINGS........10c A 20c files that owing to the gloomy weather hadn't noticed his trap. He mended the net and enjoyed hla dinner. Next time Graxidaddy Long Legs met his three friends they thanked him for the new outlook he had showed them. They decided, after all. there was nothing wrong with the meadow, but that they, themselves, had been out of tune. FRETFUL BABIES NEED A LAXATIVE When your baby is cross sind fretful tno chances are it is constipated and that a mild laxative is all that is neces sary to make it comfortable and happy. Inactive bowels ere the cause of as much discomfort to children as to older people, and unless the condition is promptly relieved is very apt to develop serious illness. For children there is nothing that will act more easily than the combina tion of simple laxative herbs with pep sin that is sold in drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. 1 It does not gripe end is free from opiate or narcotic drugs, is pleasant to the taste, and positively effective; chil dren like it and take it readily. If you have never tried this simple, inexpensive remedy, get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin from your druggist and have it in the house to use the next time any of the children seem out of sorts. A trial bottle can be ob tained, free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 456 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois, ' iou know \ Biiriey tobacco Mue green in and red tins You pipe smokers like JJurlçy tobacoo. 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