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Polly and Her Pals
By CLIFF STERRETT.
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DEFENSE LEAGUE
HAS PUT STOP T0|
PRO-GERMAN TALK
Report Made by President;
Nugent Shows the League
Had 23 German Sympa
thizers on Carpet.
"Sedition must be made impotent
%nd disloyalty dumb."
This slogan of the Idaho Defense
league of Ada county, now numbering
more than 300 members, has been car
ried out effectively. As the result pro
German talk has ceased In this sec
tion of Ada county, according to
statements made Friday night at a
meeting of the league held in the fed
eral courtroom.
John F. Nugent, president of the
league reported that the executive
committee had held numerous busy
sessions, investigated some 40 eases
where disloyal statements had been
reported and had 23 men before t^e
committee for examination, all of
whom had promised to be good citizens
in the future.
The committee found, he stated, that
some of these men had been but
thoughtless in their statements and
when talked to and handled with tact
and kindness, had been made to see
their error, willingly apologized and
promised to direct their remarks in be
half of the government. In most of
such cases, he stated, but mild re
marks had been made, but which were
nevertheless dangerous at a time when
♦he country was at war.
PATRIOTIC ADDRESSES.
Karl Paine, Jess Hawley, Charles M.
Kahn and A. C. Hindman oil spoke
along patriotic lines, expressing the be
lief that the executive committee had
done an efficient work and had been
able to accomplish results for the rea
son that it was backed up by 300
prominent, loyal American citizens
who demanded that disloyal state
ments and pro-German talk stop abso
lutely in this county.
R. C. Pennington. Dick Donovan and
others spoke briefly upon the effect
iveness of the organization.
More names were added to the mem
bership roll and a further campaign
In the interests of the government war
program was outlined and will be car
ried on by the executive committee.
Prsfors Chamberlain's.
*Tn the course of a conversation with
Chamberlain Medicine Co.'s represen
tative teday, we had occasion to dis
cuss in a general way, the merits of
their different preparations. At his
ajggcstion 1 take pleasure in express
ing my estimation of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. I have a family of six
childien and have used this remedy in
my home for years. I consider it the
only cough remedy on the market, as
I have tried nearly all kinds."—Earl C.
Rons, Publisher Hamilton County Re
publican-News, Syracuse, Kan.— Adv.
T-Th & S
Orders taken for latest books and
subscriptions for magazines. Get our
clubbing offer. Brink's, 824 Main
street Adv. J16
Cecil A Cecil. Chiropractors, Mc
Carty building. Nervous troubles and
diseases of women and children a spe
cialty.—Adv. tf.
The Ford Agency now In their new
quarters. Eleventh and Front streets.
—Adv. tf
Mickey Livery. 1002
24«.
Main. Phone
Adv. tt
LOST.
LOBT — Bet ween Caldwell and Boise on
road via Nampa, one suit case, con
taining clothing. Finder notify Dav
idson Crocery Co., Boise. Reward.
■118c
LOST — I .arge dehorned red cow.
branded R with bar on top and bot
tom on left and quarter circle over
T on right. R. E. Noland, Montour,
Ida. J15o
WAN TED—Misce llaneous
FOR BALE—Dry box 'factory wood.
Full load, $3.50. Phone «50. Bolse
Payette Lumber Co. Wood yard.
3rd St. and R. R. F5
1 54 IN. roll top desk, • Golden oak.
finish good as new, tt bargain. Tha
Jgnkins Furniture Cat, Exchange
Sept J18
BOWLING
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The Boosters won from the Hudson
Supers who have joined the Commer
eil Bowling league in the first match
played off last night and the Jewelers
won from the Doctors. The scores:
FIRST MATCH.
Boosters—
layers—
Garland.....
Wilcox......
Nelson......
Graham.....
Tschiegi ....
Handicap . . .
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Totals ..........
Total pins. 2764.
Team average. 92
Hudson Supers—
Players—
F. Casad .........
B. Casad.........
Ross.............
Robertson........
Boothe...........
Totals.........
Total pins, 2739.
Team average, 913.
SECOND l\
Jewelers—
1
2
3
136
150
214
179
191
176
176
209
142
175
180
177
145
149 *
215
50
50
50
861
929
974
1
2
3
171
202
203.
141
121
159
148
131
152
200
187
2.2 o
248
229
222
908
870
961
Players—•
1
2
3
I.nuRhlin..........
161
119
190
G rf iff In...........
122
145
144
Meholin...........
135
148
Simmons..........
218
169
182
Scott.............
190
192
225
Handicap.........
75
75
75
Totals...........
901
835
564
Total pins, 2700.
Team average, 900.
Doctors—
Players—
i
2
3
Btwer.............
138
1 S3
King..............
159
138
144
Casad.............
125
111
178
Wade..............
148
143
139
Sheltor............
168
228
132
Totals..........
739
758
776
Total pins. 2271.
Team average. 7
AMALGAMATION OF
LEAGUES PROPOSED
New York, Jan. 12.—The proposal to
amalgamate certain cities of the In
ternational league and the American
-.%«*sociat ion was directly responsible
for Ed Barrow's retirement as presi
dent of the international, according to
reports here today.
Four clubs, which would have been
dropped from the eastern organization
—Richmond. Montreal, Baltimore and
Rochester—put across a plan to slash
Barrow's salary, a direct hint to him to
quit and he took it.
EXHIBITION GAMES.
San Francisco, Jan. 12.—Henry Ber
ry. owner of the Seals, announced to
day that he had completed arrange
ments with the Chicago Cubs to play
exhibition games in San Francisco and
Oakland March 27 to 31.
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WILLARD SUED BY
HIS FORMER TRAINER
Chicago, Jan. 12.—Jess Willard to
day was defendant in a suit for $25,
000 damages, brought by Tex Dowd,
former trainer of the champion.
Dowd alleges that while employed
in Willard's circus and substituting
for an opponent of Steve Savage he
received a broken shoulder blade and
internal injuries.
FIGHT ENDED QUICKLY.
San Francisco, Jan. 12.— Ko Kruv
osky disposed of John Tholmer, the
ancient boxer, In the first few seconds
of their scheduled four-round bout at
Dreamland rink last night. A punch
in the stomach did tlfe work. Of the
seven fights scheduled, four ended in
the first stanza. s
ARMY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE.
Westpoint, N. Y., Jan. 12.—The
army's football schedule for the 1918
season leaves an open date for a prob
able game with the navy on Nov. 23.
West Virginia. Tufts and Notre Dame
are included In the list.
GIANTS CAPTAIN NAMED.
New York, Jan. 12.—Arthur Fletcher,
Giant shortstop, will be captain of The
team for the 1918 season, it is an
nounced. Hotelier succeeds Charley
Herzog, wno has been traded to Bos
ton.
OUR JITNEY OFFER—This and 5c.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c and mall It to
Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chi
cago, 111., writing your name and ad
dress ciearly. You will receive in re
turn a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar compound, for coughs,
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills,
for pain In sides and back; rheuma
tism. backache, kidney and bladder ail
ments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, n
wholesome and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, for constipation, biliousness,
headache and sluggish bowels. White
head's Drug store. Adv-T-TH-S
Are Your Sewers Clogged?
The bowels are the sewerage system
of the body. You can well imagine tfce
result when they are stopped up as Is
the case in constipation. As a purga
tive you will find Chamberlain's Tab
lets excellent. They are mild and
gentle in their action. They also im
prove the digestion.—Adv.
T-Th & S
WAS FEELING ALL RUN DOWN.
Symptoms of on-comlng kidney
trouble deserve promp' attention, for
neglect Invites serious illness. Louis
Buckner, Somerset, Va., writes: I was
feeling til run down; tired, with pains
in my back. After taking Foley Kid
ney Pills I felt like a new man." Back
ache, rheumatic pains, stiff joints, sore
muscles, swollen ankles, puffiness
under eyes, and sleep-disturbing blad
der ailments yield quickly to this time
tried remedy. A boon to middle-aged
men and women. Whitehead's Drug
Store. Adv-T-TH-S
Framed Pictures and Fine Prints.
Silk Komonos, Pottery, Fancy China,
Moccasins, at Rchackner's Art Store—
1013 Main. Picture Framing.—Adv.
"'**^&y* Ogdea.kivYjiei
V IVIAN REED was born In Chi
cago in 1893 and received her
education in public and private
schools in that city. After a short
eareer in musical comedy she went
to the Coast and joined the Oz Film
Company where she was featured as
Trade Mark Girl.
She later played in support of Mrs.
Leslie Carter in "The Heart of Mary
land," and played the lead in "The
Last Egyptian."
She is at present a member of the
Universal forces and plays the part
of "Cora Clayton" in the latest serial,
"The Bull's Eye."
Miss Reed is very much at home
with horses, she loves them and would
rather be galloping across the rough
country in which "The Bull's Eye"
was filmed than be sitting quietly at
home serving tea.
She is forced to do lot of dangerous
"Jf , In the new serial. When Ed
die Polo sets the pace it is always a
funous one. Miss Reed, however, is
equal to the task, and when y%u see
the dare-devil riders of the plains
sweep down a steep hill, or over
broken ground, you will notice that
she is never far from Polo's side.
BIVOLI OPENS
On Friday evening, December 28,
the eyes of the amusement com
munity centered with keen inter
est at Broadway and Forty-ninth
street, where the Rivoli, the latest
and greatest of picture play theatnas,
opened in all its stately splendor. The
building of this superb structure
proves beyond need for further dis
cussion that the motion picture, ar
tistically presented in conjunction
with a program of high-class music,
has become the most popular form of
entertainment now being offered to
the American public. In other words,
the Rivolia marks the triumph of
what has come to be known as "the
Rothapfel idea," for it goes almost
without saying that S. L. Rothapfel,
originator of that type of amusement
associated with his name, will direct
the destinies of the new institution.
To say that the general scheme of
decoration is Italian Renaissance,
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VIVIAN HEED
that the dominant colors are dull gold,
ivory and black, that the carpet is
gray and the seats upholstered in
tapestry conveys but an indifferent
idea of what the architect and the
decorator have accomplished. There
always remains to be considered the
enchantment which Mr. Rothapfel can
weave over the place with his flexi
ble system of illumination in color.
The whole structure is built with
an idea of spaciousness. The lobby
holds three hundred people comfort
ably; the foyer is Wide enough to
give easy uccess to the orchestra
seats; while an extensive promenade
on the mezzanine, flanked by ca
pacious lounging, smoking, arid re
tiring rooms; and the auditorium it
self will seat approximately 2,500 per
sons
WORKMEN'S
COMPENSATION ACT
Senate Bill No. 221, Passed by the
1917 Idaho Legislature, IN PAMPH
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