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ness Houses Violating Them ; More Than Limit Being A! lowed In. Ai l-online lu I made l » \ I»» iv;i t « forests in (In* i M.rts that ha V« in vest ig'iUm s < cii ' \vhi< h have rent influenza q\ !h.,t wen «.nloi Ilian iiv ru*! « |M dl.\ Hing tin Invest ic la night nrouml th tain pla-cs h, - Ilian o mill I ]«•■! of business it • I" '*1'1' • .another fourth, 1 % third Those an' 1 n » arc inter« d -d in m •■■■■: ■: that discriminai ion i not practiced will demand that the speci.il pm>. - i on by the city board of health Keep a close watch on the pla«-< s involved, and pat the offenders tinder am st if they are found to h< ignoririR the ord< r as was found las' night. The serum for distribution to those in the city who wish it has not ar rived yet, but is oNpoeted in on any train. Just a- soon a- it arrive.' a meeting will he held ,a de«-ision reached as to how best to distribute it. and the final plan autumn« • d to the public jjo that they may take ad vantage of the inoculation privilege. REBATE WANTED. At a meeting of tin* cits «oum-il Tuesday afternoon in the council chambers, Mayor lla\ stated that a committee of the lied «'ross had in sisted that the n aiv nti::« « losing movies and p o! halls be put in for« • at once. Ron - Marcroft, president of the Motion Rictmv Operators' union, appeared before the council ami m ole a plea for a square deal t> the walk ing men involved by the closing or der: claiming discrimination was be ing practiced in the enforcement of the order. Herman .1. Rrown, manager of th? Inland Amusement company, op erating the two picture shows here that have been closed, asked for a rebate of his moving picture license during the time which ho is clo.-ed. The request was granted. When asked by Councilman H. : rington if he thought it fair to close picture shows and lot th" Pinm\\ theater run, May"'' Ha vs replied that he did n«.t. Councilman 'Ravis ad vised that he was ot present at Sat urday's rms-ting hen the order was made, and that In- wonld have rnodft'ied the order if be h 1 he* n present. If the influenza has left you with some chronic tr«" Me try chiropractic adjustment. A. K. land. Chiropractor, til! i « »verland. Phon«-. HO. Adv. JJ.". mm ! ms m ë Copyright ' r K. J Kcyno Tobacco Co ! fhr Y OU can't help cut ting loose joy'us remarks every time you flush your smokespot with Prince Albert—it hits you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine and as satisfying as it is delightful ! It's never too late to hop the fence into the Prince Albert pleasure-pasture! For, P. A. is trigger-ready to give you more* tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecareer. That's because it has the quality that makes its flavor and its fragrance.so enticing. And, quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat. And, it never will! Tor, our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch and lets the man with the touchiest tongue simply smoke the roof off the house! Man, man, what a wad of smokesport there's stored in that P. A. package that's addressed directly to you ! Loppy r«rf bogt. tidy rrd tint, handtnmr pound and half pound tin hunudort and that clever, practical pound cryttal glntt humidor with tpona « moittener top that keeps the tobacco in tue h perfect condition. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C. "XTZT! Bad Cough c* MurpriNiiiK from thlft ftmeai« (•) (•1 «»Ul home-made «yrup. KmII.v '*• ■ ♦ prepar«*«! und i-oits llttlr. (•) ® » 88®88®88®88®î«5^ If you haw a severe cough or chest cold accompanied, with soreness, throat tickle, hoarseness, or difficult breathing, or if your child wakes up during the night with croup ami you want quick help, try this r< liable old hoinc-niH.de cough remedy. Any druggist can sup ply you with id 1 -, ounces of I'imw Pour tlii ImI• > a pint Ix.ftle and till the bottle with plain granulated sugar syrup. Or you can use clarified hn»l:is-o->, hotu-y. or « urn syrup, in shad of sugar syrup, if desired. This rccijH! makes a pint of really r< nuirkahlc cough remedy. 1» tastes good, ami in spit* of its low* e«*sf, it can I »«• depended upon to give quick and lasting relief. Von 'call feel tin - lal lydd - f i cough in i urn that ni* ans business. If. loos ens oiul raises tin* phlegm, stops throat, tickle and ao**th« , s and heals tin* irritated membranes that lino tin* throat and bron chial fiiU's with such promptn.-ss, case ami certainty that, it is really aston ishing. T'im-v is a special and highly concen tra ted compound of genuine Norway pine extrait, and is prohahlv the bept known means of overcoming severe coughs, throat and chest colds. There are many worthless imitut ions of this mixture. To avoid disappointment, ask f*»r "2C- onnc«'s of Pin«*x" with full directions and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed t«* giv absolut«* satisfn«*tion or money promptlv refunded. The Pinex Oo.. Ft. \Vaync, Ind. LOVE FEAST HELD AT OWYHEE HOTEL IN BIG JOINT CAUCUS both bi s Judd | Tho speak I eon it). Kei n '•rtson [ M . j , DraUo and ul R« j house. Tin • late hoard was Rop 1 Idaho the bigge iiker Ki >f the leg night at lor Ralph 1 »resided, ôrs AVIiit - from the tvs " Jones, the 11 f< •r from *r the fe >rcscntative Jon« s of st legislator who « vor ! graced a seat in the lower house. He j lamely excused himself hv saying he had gone t*> a barber shop and had t«> be pried from the chair with a « row ; bar. -Afterward he said he spent con J sidernble time ttying to cash a state warrant so as to get ? 1 to pay his ad m i ss i o n f c e t o t h e bn n quel. 'MUST HONOR FLAG OF THIS COUNTRY WHEN BILL PASSES J There will be no quest La about limner paid to tin Stars and ripes of tiona j unit«; EVERYTHING SET FOR II "Babe" Brown and "Cyclone" Workman, Who Will Wrestle This Evening to Finish, in Fine Condition 'and Eager. I'\'ei vthlng is nil set for the big r< stllng match this evening ut the I? is theater, and there will be plenty «d ïu t inn I mm start t«» finish of the be* ni lin s giv« the b physical « ul k on eight big huskies alter another, and dis Willi ease. lie is as and weighed in last strenuous w«»rkout, at «• is in beaut if ill eondi s superfine and he from Nampa a. h; town ill I ful. The bugs of g. h:: down in the old sock to l- i their Kale that Workman «lors not get mon* than one fall in the time set for Hi" match--one hour and proha t l> will find *plent> of takers, as it is • ai«l that Nampa sports, who lik<' Workman's actions, are coming over wit!« halo of kale to bet. The sale of tickets is reported to hr pheimmenal. and as the house will only 1 <■!'] a small number, those nvIio are intending to go will do well 1«) grab off a chair while the going is good. The match will begin promptly on time with Otto Jones as referee. Toe holds will be barred. Fef'W" the main event. Hier*' will be thro«» rousing, fast preliminaries, in which several «*f the shining pugilistic lights of the burg will endeavor to push the faces off of several others. The hoys will be instructed that if they don't battle from start to finish, tla-re will he no kale in it lor them, and the hire of the lucre being great to them, they will accordingly tear in with might a ml main. There will also he several vaudeville stunts. The doors open at 7:1"« . m., preliminaries at SI", and the main go at '» sharp, and ns both hoys are husky aid xvill wrestle to win, there should be a dinger of an evening's enjoyment for the bugs who will sit in. wise showing habited. Tho fined $100 an <. defacing it or other disrespect for It is pro e found guilty may b sent to jail for 30 days ja j j l j I | j j ! ! !to GOODING BOUND. - Kayler has gone 1«» Goo« « net as relief agent for i Railway Express, while j I * YOU MEN WHO PAY THE FAMILY SHOE BILLS Tramping 18 miles a day, Mr. H. M. Foreman, a mail carrier of Allentown, l'a., found that stio, with ordinary soles last about one month. But lie says a pair of Neöhn-soled shoes gave him more than nine months of service, in which time he walked over 4,000 miles. I lis experience shows how you may save stv«- money by providing your family with Neölin-soled shoes, which give extra wear where other shoes wear out quickest. You can gel Tscölin-soled shoes in any type of shoe you want. I Vires arc about the came as for shoes that gi\ e only ordinary wear, sometimes thev are even le-s. it your rfealer hasn't the style you want, he can get it for von quickly. Remember, N<-nlin Soles aie created by ■ < inn < to lie what sole should be. They are available everywhere for re soling a well as on new shoes. They arr made bv The (ioodyrnr lire f. Rijbbfi Company. Akron. Ofiio, who also make YYinglm«. Heels guaranteed to outwear any other heel U«tolin -Soles America's Greatest Humorist Coming to Capital City to Deliver Lecture. Tho Boise lecture course has received ja wir«- from Irvin S. Cobb's private sec retary, informing them that Mr. Cobb will be .able to include Boise in his speaking engagements. The Ellison White lecture bureau, early last fall be fore Mr. Cobb sailed for Europe, se cured his services to lecture in some l ive cities in their territory, Boise, is indeed fortunate in being able to hear this man of such wonder ful and remarkable experiences. Word has just come from I*« river, where Mr. 'Cobb spoke on Monday evening, that the house was sold out and people clamoring for standing room, Mr. Cobb bring America's greatest ;\var correspondent, was behind the Ger man lines before American entered in to the war. lie immediately returned !to America and after arranging hi ! i I j j ■ ! ! j ; 1 J j j i i j ; j ! fairs, sailed 1 '« or J-lurope. On his pas sage over, lie saw the great troop «hip, Tttscania, go «i town with so m.-iny < » t f our boys on boar' d und civtilfd t that •wonderful <i« script ion entitled. 1 ' Til« Sting Of a \V; ' P-" The seat s, «le is now open at tiie I 'innoy lhea » r o lor Mr. « 'ebb's lee Lure. Ho will appear hero on Monday, Jut i. 30. Reappointed as Member Industrial Accident Board 41 GEORGE H FISHER. i tel ust t i.i ! ;n , «-i«b Ut buarrl, 1 »* muerai, of 1 n« rol l . lets I" en l eappoint'nd 1 «. .« hair \c.i r term on the In »a rd. II is nam«' wa s went l.o the senalr • Whim's • lay by « !overrt< *r Davis and war; < «>u - firnmii ». »day. lie is the on] y member •at llu* b* mihI to stti '-c*-«l hinn • If. y;ir a g.» b n Con rmur Mexan «h r. Hem «»•rat. His a PlKilnlrnr-nt this time « '-mes ft *um a RepublU-an governor. A ppointn lent Vtl uk-r 1 \N « > go' M inors of different polit u a I faiths is a distinc lien and recognized tribute to the ubil ity of the commissioner, When he was appointed a year ago this month and after taking office, tunny interests were at work trying to jpersHad«- him to follow their particular political whims and fanee s. He re fused to be swerved from his path of duty, holding his position was minis jtcrial and not law-making, and firmly stood for administration of the law lie was sworn to enforce, stating that when he lacked information as to what the law means he would be guided by the state's legal counsel, the attorney général. His stand was exonerated by 'the recent decision of Judge Charles P. McCarthy in the Aetna mandamus ea so. When the fight was on involving the commission, President Fisher said to labor leaders: "If 1 am on the board long enough I will prove beyond a question of doubt that labor has no better friend in the state «.f Idaho than 1." As a member of the board he has always followed a democratic policy, making : those vlsRin g Ids headquarters f< « 1 tlu •v were welcome and gladly in vostiga te their particular cases. Mr. 1 Ki.slier has li\ <-d in Idaho prac t ira 11 y all of his li fe, co mi nur to the slate \ vlien ."« years of a g e. Ilo w.:s burn it t Utah, close to the. Idaho line. ills lift 1 lias been nm e of labor. He has worked 1 on the fain i, rode tHo range, (a tight school, been a traveling sales man, a bookkeeper and a merchant. He was in ■xt to the : roungest member when 1 to représente« d Bannock county ip the house of re pi •esentativos of the fifth s« •ssion in 1 S99. lie had the honor of repr ■ •senling that county in the son ate dm •iug the regul ar session of 1911, and th • «xtraortlina i ry session of 19 RI. He ha> x always beet il active in public and pc ilitieal affair *. 11«^ is a former state committeeman of his party. While of the He mocratic polit i« «1 faith. 1; io lias always be«-n conservative. not lvu lieal, and bro ad in .his View on politiea l issues, unw arped by political PROPOSE FEBRUARY 9 FOR DATE TO HONOR MEMORY OF ROOSEVELT lion TH»r Ikivis submittml to th :*f représentât i vos a communi « a t Ion h. had received from Wasli- ingtun fmm men prominent in the puh» ir life of the nation. urvimT that ! Vb. !» h«- set asjtle a : Rons* v It M«- mo ,a I da y. It is 11k* 1 > the house will pass a legislative nn-asure dealing \. , h the subject . ---- --- - WOULD ACCEPT THE OFFER OF LEWISTON TO PURCHASE LAND In« « rp«<rated in the bill introduce«! in the house appropriating' a total ««f $ 1 .">0,000 for tlu- Lewiston normal. $S4,~ "00 of which is to pay back insurance nti the burned administration build - ' i 1 g which w.is turned into the general icin' ami which is to be jublet! i«i the inhninlstration building can h i « mph-ted. i< a prop*. sa! l** accept irotn the city of Lew ist «>n f> 1 aei ■ ;«,f ] ; : n « I fm $ 1 GO :» tu b.- milled to the HARRISON BECOMES MEMBER OF THE STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Speaker Kig-er announced the :ip lp«»intment of Representative Harrison «-»i Shoshone county as a member of tlu state affairs committee who im-i mediately tools up his new duties. On motion *d Representative «livens. Speaker Kifipr will appoint a house ieotnmlttie to act with a senate com mittee «ui joint rules. City Dye Works Hest rqulpp-d In thr «tat» 1 ; all ktnJa Pressed. Phone 4« and 139«. uf clothes Cleaned, Dyed, Repaires and UPHOLSTERING and Furniture Repairing a * Specialty. Prompt service. Standard Furniture Co. Telephone 597. u 1 A ri n exquisite trousseau bid so Perishable ! < "Not rt nil. itV. juM as practical as can tv." But lnok at your underwear. So filmy, r-o delicate! They won't last any time at all." "Why, you goor.r, of cou-rc they will. I'll just keep c:j washing them in Lux." LUX ! It's the magic word that makes it possible for a woman to have the dainty, delicate garments she has longed for all her life. And to have them for constant wear— r.ot just for very special occasions. Lux comes in clear, pure, transparent flakes. They melt instantly in hot water, and you whisk them into a rich, creamy, bubbling lather. You can dip the sheerest fabrics up and down in this lather without injury. You don't have to rub them at all. The dirt just drops right out into the suds. Do you know what ruins your dainty underwear so quickly? It's the old-fash ioned rub - rub - rub — rubbing cake soap directly on fine materials, then rubbing, again to get the soap and dirt out. Today the bride can fill her trousseau with the finest, daintiest silks and laces— and just so long as she keeps them new with Lux they will wear and wear. Grocers, druggists and department stores have Lur. Get your package today. U e it for all fine launder in£. Lever Dros. Co., Cambridge, Mass. How to wash silk underwear Juiit drop n tnbl«*spoonful cf Lux flakes into half a basinful of boiling or very hot water. Whisk into a r h, creamy lather. Adj ccM water tillluke-warm. Rip tho fc.irment through the foamy lather map/ tunes squfi'C the suds throueh it — do not rub. Rmie three times in clear, luke-warm water. Squeeze the v.-ater out — do not wring. Dry in the shade. Whe-\ nearly dry, press with a warm iron—never a hot ere. Use Lux anything that pure water alone will nut harm. f 00K to Your Own L Health= 90 per cent of Hie sirknes* " e.'UJse«l tlii-ough carelessness, ignorance and fear. N « • I knuwiiiK liow -lu lake l ire of vnur own body embraecs all these fuels. Your body is lik order In keep runoiny il has li side and out, and well oiled. Illing in Hie world In do. I inn nerienre and great expense. ■ a fine motor, In be kept clean m llerr is the best e I'niind out by ex Have your tonsils removed. They are on ly rotten old things, germ catchers and system poisoners. Clean I lie leelii I wire, a day wilh table salt. Bathe often with I I riuieidnl Soap—.1 kills germs. Take a. teu s|iu(inl'iiJ nf while vaseline night and morning and don't over eat. Irrigate tie- bowels, keep them clean from poisonous matter and I'll guarantee this Flu epidemic will be squelched in no time. • iX' omis li good of the public DELLA PRINGLE. VWWIV» /IWS!IVl WW l« W V WW>V W«>«Wl.i INFLUENZA OR Pay inf! the Wages of Sin. Less Science and more Common Sense is needed. Get your Solarplexus connected by wireless \\ ilh the * Cosmos you gel spirted nu I ho Iligbwav lo Health. MIAMI'S (',1111.1. is loealed mi this Highway. Non bad belter drop in. j. /, ..... . The infinite order of thing! (I OS WOS in the Universe. It is time to have a healer and our »took of Beckwith Round Oaks is com plete. Let us »how you the Nsw Pattern. SWEET-TELLER HDW. CO. Brighton up—Knn Kuttor, j 1 ®BRLŒ~M4IffIN22 THE HOME OP Hart Schaffner & Manx Good Cloths*. SM Main •«. Buy W. 8. S. and help win th* war.