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DREAMS OE THE KAISER A BLOW «* Action of Municipality of Budapest in Demanding * 0 Separation From Austria Important Development. May Mean the Shattering of German Plan for a "Mit tal Europa" Industrial and Cultural Conquest— * Hungary Democratic. ! By J. W. T. MASON. Washington. Dec, 19.—Hungary is preparing to force a serious and per haps fatal break In the scheme of the pan-Germans for a Mittel Europa, in dustrial and cultural conquest, which IVesLdcnt Wilson has declared must be defeated before peace terms can be discussed. The action of the municipality of ■Rudapesl In unanimously demanding Hungary's complete separation from Austria, except for the retention of the ruling house of Hapsbing. is one of the Important developments of the war. Hungary st present has only limited self-government. Foreign affairs, the war and naval depart men;« and com mon financial matters are regulated by a Joint Âustro-Hungarlan ministry. Tn practice, Austria controls this min istry and Hungary must accept the international policies devised at Vienna. ; AUSTRIA REALLY GERMAN. German influences are paramount at . Vienna. German is the language of j, Austria and there are many strong , bonds uniting the Austrians In par- j ticular with south German states. The governing authorities of Austria have •hoWTi themselves throughout the war to be the willing subordinates of Ger man militarism. Hungary is not allied to the German race in any way. The Teutonic In fluences in the Austro-Hungarian em pire were frequently denounced b\ Hungarians previous to the present | war. The action of the Budapest tnu-l nicipalitx In demanding the separation of Hungarian foreign aifoirs and' military, naval and financial matters, from Austria Is. for all practical pur poses, an anti-German move, it will sause great disquietude in Berlin. HUNGARIANS DEMOCRATIC. If Hungary maintains this hostile, nltitude. there can be no pan-German expansion through southeastern Ku-* rope. The fact that the action of the Budapest municipality was unanimous In the face of war time alliances, is strong evidence that the anti-German movement has become permanent In Hungary. The Hungarians who are strongly Democratic are undoubtedly beginning to realize that their own lib ertiefc would be endangered by a pa n - German victory. Once they secure full control of their own foreign office and their war making powers, the Hun garians will not allow themselves to h* the tools of the Hohenzollerns. The kaiser's insolent "Mittel Europa" am bition will then become an impossible dream. PRINTERS' INK TO PAVE BOWLING ALLEY All three hundred class bowlers in Boise are due to go away hack and «It down and forget they ever hooked their fingers into the polished sur face of a sphere, for the heavy siege batteries of the composing rooms of the Statesman and Capital News are going to get into action. The chal lenge of the former is accepted ami all bonds of friendship have ceased. It 1s to be will not have to be any proof sheet pulled to make corrections on the final score. That is the promise of the Cap ital News 'Three Hundred Bowlers." Filtering through the mails there dropped into the composing room of the Capital News the following; "Final challenge. We, the States man 'Roughnecks.' do hereby defy and challenge, once more, any four bowl ers of the Capital News 'Amateurs,' any time, any place, any amount. We dare you." (Signed) Jerry O'Hare, fini«hr>H hattl#» nnr) tbnro nnisnea name and there DECIDE ON RING The Satisfying Gift Now and always rings will be the ideal 91 ft that pleases women, and of course there is .1 great stock here for babies, girls, boys, women and men in a variety that will make it easy to select just the one suit able for the intended recipient. Diamond Rings; Signet Rings; Cameo Rings; Amethyst Rings; Sapphire Rings; and other Stones, as well as a big variety of rings in any setting you may wish. Prices as low as $2.25. Green-Griffin Co. The Busy Jewelers. 90* Main St. Dyspeptics Get Relief Or Money Back A Remarkable Remedy The contention that <|ver 9«) per. rent of *;ill stomach trou béa are either j directly or indirectly due food fermentation, aroma proven by the uniformly experienced by sufferer* tion and dyspepsia. \*ho ~or RT B1 ' x g ra In t a immediately , ' p " n,pr . , Manv dxppeptic* howevei to acidity to be amplx Instant relief 'rom indiges lake a table a or two. or j • let* in n lit xfter en tine. have tried * medics with t hey ha ve i <1, * n 7 \ h , at Ri - NPBin "'; uh , obtainable of any druggist, i* *0 many highly praised out obtaining relief. thfjt begun to think nothing: c.ijm help them. It is therefore a matter of pleasant surprise to these people :to learn that every hottle of Ri-Nesia, either tablets or powder, is accompanied by a bind ing guarantee to return the purchase price if it fails to give r< mpieto satis faction—proof positive of our confl is readily obtainable of any drupglsL is the most remarkable remedy ever known for dyspepsia, indigestion, aridity, flatu lence and stomach troubles generally. bowling team t< Best Four Bowler 'posing room. — —— j, Get that Christina Die factory and sav Frank Melehan. Bill Hall and Art Boot. If the authors of the shove expect ed to "get by" with the contained therein, they "come hack" from the composing room, accepti lenge. was publicly post "Accepted. We. the f< ers in the Capital News composing room, accept with pleasure the chal lenge issued to us for a howling match with the •Roughnecks' in the kind of defy failed. The opital News ng the chal cs follows; host bowl Statesrnan composing roo place and amount are merely Incidental charge of 'amateurs' con challenge we resent, but the same symptom of ox that rode more than ( u. The time, immaterial conditions. The talned in the assume it is u-confidence 11 c honst in g (Signed) Capitfil News Corn Frank R. Ad v-D23 AMUSEMENTS MAJESTIC. Opening tomorrow at the Majestic theater is a great tri-feature program consisting of the feature photoplay, "Fools for Luck" starring the popular aken at the ip, and con spectacula r profit. Pianos on displa Popma. S05 Bannock St Taylor Holmes. The Cmvhov's Holi . „ . ' ,l * s * low ng pictures fa rnous Pendleton round aidered to be the most pictures of their kind e on the screen. Besides ihe third opl sode of the official French war pic* tures. "The Battle of irras." which are growing more and more sensa tion.al with each presentation. The feature "Fools for Duck" Is taken from the famous Saturday Evening Post story of the same name. Taylor Holmes is becoming recognized ns one of film lands mist able com j ertians, and his oppearaJce In a story so well known as "Fools] for Luck" is )„ w( ,]| worth, while, starring Jap i pLui~llrpot from the middleman « double assurance that (he attraction presented ' STRAND. Coming to the Strand Friday for a 1 day showing is "The Secret Game" ■inesp wonder-actor Ses sile Haynkawa in his most remarkable role. On the same program is the Paths News presenting for the first time in this country actual war scenes at the "Battle of the Ainse." These are the first pictures jo reach this country and are the only pictures passed officially by the French and British war departments, A two-part Keystone comedy is on the same bill. ISIS. The Tsls presents "Cassidy." the thrilling Triangle photoplay for three days beginning tomorrow. On the program with it are two excellent acts unde ville. Ma lobby and Musett presenting a rharacter jtcrobatlc and ... ' eccentric dancing novelty. Is une of the few original dancing and acrobatic vaudeville performers. Their work la fast, classy and difficult. Walker and Burrell bonked as "The Musical Far ... . , , . , mer is a versatile comedy due, with a smile and a laugh In every second of their "comedy riot, tion. thorough knowledg and originality compose while. 'lever exeeu " of makeup m act worth i *♦ ♦ ♦* " I ■■ We rarrv a complete line of Ameri * 10 - A . < an *r.st watches at $ 12 .nO tn $ 60 . Hitchcock, Jeweler, 926 Main. Open evenings.— Adv. D24 Adv.-D18 1 All the leading makes Inf pianos can be found at 8 '):, Hannookl St. Adv-l>2T,i Newaat midwinter millinery at the Bonnet Shop. Com« In ind see them j 1905 Main St. 1 Adv-D22 For a ta_xi call Mickey- 266. Adv. tf Oriental novelties at Schackner Art , and Gift Shop. Fine picture framing. —Adv. Merchants' I.tinch. Home cooking. Superior food. Popular prices. Brinks. 1 Fifty Years of Splendid Results Behind this Grand Old Blood Remedy Sold by Every- Druggist in the Land. medicine has born on the market for more tha and Is more popular tod; 1 If a century, than ever you may be sure it has genuine merit. For over fifty years S. p. S. has been sold In drt g stores. It is free from any dangerous drugs or chemicals, and is made from root-» and herbs of the for est. from a formula handed down bv the Indians. It* reputation as a blood purifier has become «0 widespread that today there is hardly 1 druggist any where who has not sold S. S. 8 . ever since he h 8 . 8 . 8 . been In business, has won lt|s popularity FARMERS FACE HARD PROBLEM AS TO LABOR Shortage of Help Most Ser ious Declares Heavy Oper ator From the Richfield District. Impossible to Keep Produc tion Up to Desired Maxi mum for War Purposes Unless Something Shall Be Done. W. J. Tapper, chairman of the board of commissioners of Lincoln county. Is a farmer and operates on 400 acres near Richfield.' He is also a college man and has had wide experience in commercial life. As a student he has wrestled with numerous deep prob lems. but one confronts him today and. he says, everj other farmer, that wo far has defied all efforts at solution. "Where will we get nun to work the farms?" That, Mr. Tappet* says, is the big gest interrogatory in today's agricul tural situation. It is up to the farmers to produce the food. It is necessary to have the food in order to win this war. But we farmers cannot raise enough food unless we can get help. The army and navy have taken many young men from the farm, but the war attrac fions of employment in the cities have taKon " ,ol °- A "' 1 at ,hnt ,hc citle '' are short of labor. AGRICULTURAL UNPREPARED NESS. • In order for the farmer to come up to the expectations of the government be must be provided with help, and that is a question to which the gov ernment has not lent itself in tical way. We have drifte agricult ura l 1 idvs grac 'd alutiK will un prv pa red ! ha \ The situation Is serious, ird the nu^c-stion that coolie labor. Imported for the period of the \*.u, he returned t-o the orient when the ■assity for their presence here no llinKPr ,'. x iMt s. I am not prepared to say whether that would he practical, hut I do know that somethin« must he done to K< t farm help or the produc tion will not nearly meet the require ment v." Why 1 Believe inNuxatedlron \ Strength-Builder for the Nation. By E. Sauer, M. D. Probably no remedy ha« ever met with such euomerâl Ancres« as lia- Nuxated Iron. It consmattvely estimate»! that over three md n people annually arc taking It ha« been highly endorsed and used" by Pointer I'nitcd Mates Senators and Members it I (ungres«-; Physicians who have been connected with well known hospitals hate prescribed and recommended it; Monseigneur Nannini, a pr- minent Catholic Clergyman, re commend* it to all members «.»f the ( atltolic t'hurch. p.,inter Health (.'«luuiti-i-innrr Uni. K. Kerr, of (Imago, sav- it "tight to Ijr used in every hospital and preset ibed by every phv «ician. Saran llemhardl the l>t\inr Satali." ihr world - most noted, act re** Has ordered a large quantity «-ent to the French soldiers to help g ve them strength, power and endurance. 111. \. J. Newman, late Police Surgeon of the (hty of Chicago, and former House Sur genn lelïrrson Park Hospital, Chicago, says X tixatcd Iron has proven through his own tests of it to excel any preparation hr has ever used for creating red blood, building tip the nerves, strengthening the muscles and cor mciutg jiigeMtvc , ... • , I> H. B. \ail. formerly 1 hystetan in the Baltimore Hospital and a Medical Examiner. says that time and again he has prescribed «rith"»h2:1. Z P ^SkiJ5S."»n.î debility were replaced by a renewed let-ling of * tr rngih and vitality. If you are not strong or well, v-itt owe it to yourself long you make tite following t*-M : See how it work or Iiom far you can walk t becoming tired Next take two five tablets <«f Xuxatcd Iron three times per alter meaU for two weeks Then test strength again and see how much you gained. i h«A\ 1 • N< ) Et -Ntixated Iron, which li»*- hern J by former Members «»f the United State« Srn »'» " n, t Home of Representative., an.) other prominent people with such surprising result«. an( j which is prescribed anti recommended above by physicians in such a great xariety of cases, is, not a Patent medicine nor secret j remedy, but one which 1 * well known to urug i gists and whose iron constituents are widely prescribed by eminent physicians everywhere. Unlike the older inorganic iron products, it ia easily assimilated, does not injure the teeth, make them black nor upset ihe stomach; on contrary it is a most potent remedy in rly all forms of indigestion a*- well a* for vous, run down conditions. The nianufac turrr« have such great confidence in \uxated Iron, that they offer to forfeit $100 to any charitable institution If thev cannot take any man or woman under 60 win» lack« iron and increase their strength 100 per 1 ent or over 'in four weeks' time, provided they have no serious organic trouble. They also offer to 1 refund your monev if it does not at least strength and endurance in ten j avs ' ,f . ,e dispensed h\ The ?ov Bru| 1 r ! double _ das*s' time Bhllo 1 Drug Store store the appetite and rdd neu strergth and vigor to the entire s>s tom. strictly upon its merit, it searches out all impurities In the blood, and prompt ly eliminate« them from the system. It is without an equal f«ir such blood troubles as catarrh, rheumatism, ec zema. malaria, scrofula, etc... and as a general tonic Is in a class to itself. P. S. S. should he taken by all who are run-down and are suffering from loss of vitality. It will promptly re. You can obtain 8 . S. S. from any drug store. Demand the genuine. Write today for our valuable literature, also medical advic«. sent free. Address Swift Specific Co., 50K Swift labora tory, Atlanta., Ga. The Fox Trot Club Wednesday Evening 9:30 At the Natatorium JAPANESE KIMONOS Fancy Cases and Trays. MOST NOVEL LINE OF IMPORTED TOYS THE ORIENTAL SHOP 706 Main St. H. T. YOSHIMOTO. Prop. LIEUTENANCY FOR IDAHO MAN. (Capital News Special Service.) Washington, Doc. 19. - In a list of civilians sent to the senate for com missions as second lieutenants in the cavalry was the name of Arwed j *ha »des Haltxer of Idaho. THE MARKS CO. Idaho's Leading Clothing Store TIES —The Prettiest in T own— TIES An ocean of Ties awaits you h re, this is a regular Tie Town, never so many beauties, never before such co'orings and patterns, never be fore have we sold so many ties. Come in and look thru the huge piles of beauties—Some are sure to please you. 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 and to $3.50 XMAS GIFTS FOR MEN THAT ARE USEFUL Sweaters, Socks, Mufflers, Shirts, Rain •Coats, Mackinaws, Lounging Robes, Glove, Canes, Umbrellas Our Big Suit and Overcoat Sale in Full Blast $15 Suits & Overcoats Reduced to $12.75 $20 Suits & Overcoats Reduced to $16.50 $25 Suits & Overcoats Reduced to $19.50 $30 Suits 6? Overcoats Reduced to $24.50 $35 Suits fâ Overcoats Reduced to $28.50 K.?. fill ! fiiifbjiijii! »»ör Ä ' F' fin lies Town - D PL RENEW YOUR MEM MERSHIP IN THE RED CROSS FOR 1918. use Ifyou just cant Kelp scratching —• Re sinol Dm't worry' any more about that itclrng skin-troublr. Just get a jar of H esinol Ointment and acakeof Res intd S( >ap at artv drug store.* With the Resile-I Soap and warm water bathe the affected parts thoroughly, until they are free from crusts and the sk n is softened. Dry very gently, spread on a thin layer of the Résinai Oint ment, and cover with a light bandagf --if necessary to protect the clothing. This should be done twice a day. Usually the distressing itching and burning stop with the first treatment, and the skin soon becomes clear and healthy again. Reninnl Ointment,with the help of Retinol S««e, clears assay \ impies ami i» a most reliable F na» holet remedy Y r sorte, wounds, burns, rhafinga, stubborn little sores, etc. Sold in two ei*ea(50® and #1 ', nrrer im bulk.