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ME WtV FOR TUE
OF SUIE Mil
ill Introduced in House of Rep
resentatives Accepting the
Terms of National Defense
Act.
OWER GIVEN GOVERNOR
hief Executive Authorized to
Reorganize National Guard
—Want Indian Day Ob
served.
The tv,I ' v. as j ,,i \ I • in t lit- i a • . « •
repu s«-ntati\< s today t<> i'cm umiizc t h «
i « * 11 ; 1 1 Gnunl «« Rluho In a «'ptinu
the t rt ms ni til«- nal .«-a; 1 i|ffcns<> at I
«I a 11 1 1 1 u r t /. i ! 1 1 : t jn\ erm »r Davm !..
prn\ iilc 1 la 1 ■ will; • emit t<*
:kt tin» old S-. « i id Idaho. which
it to Fra m • . mm um I into ■ a 1 m '
f i Jill t it i.u units, all ««f whit h u.ivr m
excellent ,'irrulllil ««I 1 } io 111 < I \ * la «I«
foa t ins' the Jim .
lima sui.' <is«. nt I «.flia.Ml to
a b
«ir;
•lteel
I. to
('lief
the
Mon
id tin
Nation;!.! bet
Phoenix I.iiiiiIm'i mm; u; . t. • aive in
«I. pendent school districts power to i>
sur funding bonds.
\ rommu "hmUmm from < '■. ; Rod
F« * x Ski Ilk U h ! ol th- N ■. Ru I u
reserx at ion a t !• a e-i.inm- to < ' « s •
mte the fourth Saturdav in S« ptern
A I
«la \
TERMS OF DEFENSE ACT.
The riefen- • a«" « "litaimis the fol -
low my pro\ - ee
as olTi«.-cr of the Nation; ' Guard unie
In shall hau h, , n ■••!' . u-d fr.mi t
following . lass« . « I! !....... «mb
< «1 men of t In Nat a a. • : ■ <-u i- •
of the re. \ - «* < m -ign« «l li t
th,. National « biard b t'h •••>•. a. to.,
r.'tir. d. ; 1 loi u
Cnito«! State- rmv na v\ 1 r m - ri
<-or]is ; g I a « {c. 1 1. ' • Fu i* Stat
ulitary am
radiaat«'s of
ilita
taught niiii ' ci.: -mu ■ all «I!
of lit«- rcgnlai' mu
"No pet :-«m sha d I h * I - 1« -I ■ 1 • -d as
«»fl ic « v- for the te.-Vnii.-.i 1 hr. n« he<
St a i f corps o* I- . true' ' mile. -
1- sp.,daily Mm.lilh.l for «lut- the.
POWER GIVEN GOVERNOR
tin- Mali III 1 1 t I • ■ Na l ;. "I ! ' b
of the St a la- Hum ' in l*Mb r d go .
no nt and tin- b u- i 11 of lina ir ia 1
op«*raiion tb-n from, tin - *x « i inu
< «»mniainb i -in
:ed to pro
iui)*nu lit
ml tin N;
me to oi
is hen-lw .mu hoi
tin- enrollment
lia-- oi the milite
WANT BUREAU OF MINES.
Mali*» AI :
villi ti Lnited
It's Grandmother s Recipe to
Bring Back Color and
Lustre to Hair.
You can turn gray, l'a<i- d ha'r i»< «u
t i f I illy dark und luMr. aim*-.-! «> <•«
night if y«)»Tl! m « a b«.Ml. W . 1 1 1
Sag«' ami Sulphur « ' anp«mml" M t:
drug store. M ilium* «> !«** : « !■ - <«!' • b •
old fa liions Sac . T- a I • ■ a ; im pi«e . ;
by tin* ;o!«lit i«u « ! !,■ r i., a « « 1 i* 11 1 .
ere sold awnuailv. i\s i well kn«*wn
druggi.'t hcr«', l»«-« .« u- • il dark«-ii tin
hail* so n.iturall\ aid « « « nlj thaï no
one can I* II it ha b< « -n ajiplied.
Tlnis«' who:-« hair i turning gray <«i
1 m- coining laded ha v .• irpn * .«Will
ing I III 111. !•«•« I « ill« ■ : « or I wo
applications li gia bait vanish«':
ami your b««'k: be .a- . luxuriant i>
dark and l*«-aut ilTil.
This i. tin a_ oi .«mi., « ira>
hainal. unattiaa-tiv« |oli., aia-n'l want.
e«l around, so get ha - with Wyeth'
Sage iial Stilplr C'<>mpound tonight
and you'll Im- delight»*«.! ith ymir «lark,
handsomo hail ini >«»ur .'«ujthful ap
pcaraimi* within .< t. a da\s. Adv.
TOBACCO HABIT :
■ mar h-nUh, pntlong III*. »«
■ ncrrou«n-»K foul hr«*aiti h ar: .■»
«*n«iurr It l**ppil«r
In G «lava, Imi '> re
hr'» 7 h-«rt dim'»«p It-.: un iiiMiily
mm
Sugar-Saving Desserts
Jiffy-Jell makes instent desserte
which are rich end fruity.
It comet reedy-eweetened.
The fruit-made flavors come in
liquid form, in vials. So they keep
their freeh-fruit taste.
One package serves si* people
in mold lorm, or 12 if you whip the
jell. So these luscious desserts
are also economical.
Get it today. Try Loganberry
or Pineapple flavor. See what it
means to you,
2 Package» for 25 Cent»
At Year Grocer'»
Jiffy-Jell —Waukesha. Wisconsin
-- iML
itC:
$ I a t ( n 111 f,
h the Fuite
. and S:>000 I«
«•«momie inver
>f th. mineral
ml em-iwhe
l *nito.l
• log'ie;; 1 \
a phi cal
a t hy
mi less
BIG CHIEF
j
i
j
HAS PROPOSAL.
is submitted ;i «-om
ul r.M'oivcd from t 'hi« f
msha. of Toppenish,
mi th" Yakima Indian
Inch In urges the lcg
.• "American In
I tb
in
A"
the hunting
• f India
imunicatiiii)
hand.
but is .renia rkab
ly
well
w ritten
anil c
, - h]l
1 < ; . 1 1 1 ■ « j s h a - r , «
oil P
u stat«'
Hint
! litre are 300,114
It
alia ns
in th«'
I nite
d Stal«-:-. who are
first
A nier
i C a ns,
and that they «
li«
i nut
«•«•m mit
rash :
i « ■ 1 s until the whit
e
nan h
a«l first
1 11 « ««'Cl
ah «1 a k ainsi til.
in.
Tin
Idaho
India t
is, I,.- says, arc 1
llll a I S
of the
Titi «
,i«h'i- < « f N n i * • i - i « •.a.
The ol
•ject «>1
1« Mül
int 'my ' Ainei-ieau
li
in! ia li"
day is
Constipate
r. but it «•;
'h amber
with the
•s. Adv.
T Tli .7«
pt i i« in «'
- Cptiüh
1 \v', , * |
)«*rs.
MOUNTAIN HOME
Whits«.
II
if Mountain Horn . ami
one br
-ther.
James II
Whitson, of
Moldau
Ü H «
two un* 1«
s, J. B. Whit
son an
1 .!
1
. Whit -on,
of Mountain
11«. me.
Th
e f
•u-:al g
«•«.iulucte.1 at
the unde
tal
e r's ehai
* 1 by U* v.
Charles
F.
M:
son Friila
M rs.
\Y.
B
Lyman *
f Boise, who
has 1».
•n
tin • at th
J. G. Walts
horn«' t
•r
lie
Pit few
days, has i - -
t urn«'d
hoi
Miss
Su
-fie
11 a Him ond
and Mr. l-bl
win F.;
il. v
w
ere marri«
d Tu es« la > at
the hoi
of
uhe brideb
parents, Mr.
and Mi
ici
rge W. Ha
mmnnd. Ilev.
A. L. \
1 o
«Tien ns 1 «
i ry officiated.
« ml imm
■du
te relativ«
s and friends
*-f the
« « ultra
•Uni? parti
*s were pres
e well kno
iIn Horn«'.
.n young peu
OFFICER TREGASKIS
DESERVES CREDIT FOR
QUICK POLICE CATCH
«M V«
?a sk
spe» «ly
Wong
j
!
Ting
.tilled tn .urn'll rrodit f«.r ll.e
;i.\ in wllii.li lie rounded m
.. alias " 3 31 i I > llaiur." «lap*
auliin^ amt rol.liing Won#[^
Hour Saturday niyrlit. fur just - haum
a fi ,r the (lime. Nein laid the slanl
, .ed one behind ««to bars.
Tl.'gaskls is «is- in every move of
tiie il. nizrns of « 'iiinatown, and just
how they rover ii|. tl.inRs and do busi
lu*ss. or l>ull crimes, and after nna
llmm bad gone to Urn hospital, h
started over to the t'anton cafe, wltera
Wong Ting I'ark worked. He saw
Park's < >>:it hanging on tiie wall, with
Idnod stains ..ti it; eonifaired it witltjin
tiie pants Pa
... Park that
rk had oil. and despite lb-si
lu: had been killing chick#- j
OF STATE HOLDS
Many Attorneys From All Parts
of Idaho in Attendance—
Meeting in the Federal Court
Chambers.
HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICE
Impressive Ceremony Takes
Place in Afternoon at Su
preme Court—Judge Rich
ards in Charge.
;
s
j
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association met
oral court -rööm
mem hers
em-iwhe
*ï . II
\ tioll
] Tl
' will
Tin* Idalio State B;
this morning in the l'eder;
in its biennial convention
from various parts of the state la
at1 omiamc and answering to r<
when th«- meeting began at 10 c
Hawley, president of the a>
presided.
j
;
I
i
meet
morning w
rganization
<>f st. I tiding
con vent iot
legisla I jo|
nul submit
M the cm
elv tnki
up j
worl
in
ninff, a ltd the gri«
submitte.i its report. .
appointed to consult
court judges
of attorneys.
uni rout
•ommittees was read !
the committee on
was ins! ru « te«! t>.
: report of its find -
. em ion Wednesday
re committee ;
>mmiltee was
ith supreme i
ling the disbarment)
is also a. committ'-e .
!
to revis«- the ««institution. Another
«•ommittee was appointed t" report at
the next meeting of the association two
year.-- later with reference !«• the incor
poration of the association and provid
ing methods for the disbarment of at
' Lunevs from prnetic« .
HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES.
i At 2 u'clui.k this afternoon, memorial
| servi« « s for «1« «■« •; i y« d attorneys were
hi« Id in the suprême courtroom. « apit«*l
! building. *L IL Uiohards was in charse
i of tin: jirogi am which w as v« r> solemn
'and beautiful. Toniulit at. v o'clock,
I James ir. Hawley will deliver his an
j rmal address as president of the usso
! elation, after which will follow a «lis
W
siou <»f his r< t «inlinem
ln*'sda> morning,
hn will address the «
« w of <'omnninit > Rmj
«lis
The
|
!
hy R. W. « »ppenheim. W«*drn
night, Hon. F
ent ion
folio
lk Martin will a«l
elief of Sit
discussion
inf the
i cluse '1
address.
Tin?
convention
win 1
rhursday '
with :
l banquet at
r, ; 30 1
ip. i»».
in the B«
jise (
'«»mmercial e
rooms.
i Tlio
officers «
.f the
association
are; i
.LllllfS
H. 1 la w le
y, Bo
ise, president
; O.
i
VY. \Y<
>rt h wine,
Bois«*,
•« .-retary; I
>. K. 1
!
( '.i \. n*
«-, Boise,
1 re as
Hirer; the <*x
ecu -
: live «■( i
unmittee 1
•einer
M. A. Kiser,
Karl
j
Fame
and Willi
s Sullivan.
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into eus
-—:--,
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1,1 •
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Girls ! Di iiw a cloth through
your hair and double
its beauty.
Spend a few cents! Dandruff
vanishes and hair stops
coming out.
To bl- I...S*....."I r.f Il, U ,1 ,,r hf:.vy,
beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy,
\vav\ ami fr* •• from «lamfruif. is inere
1; ;; matter «>f imnig a little Damlerine.
Ii is c.'isy ami in« xpensive io have
ni. « . soit hair ami l«»tN «»I il ,l«.;<i g«t
a small bottle of Know lion's Dander
u*w all dru
ply a little ;
r*n minutes the
dirt
' -n>l 11
vith
pea r.itife o1
fluffiness nr
land lustre, ;
cannot find
tailing bait ;
1
j hair will be soft, glossy
just a few moments
and
III be »tl ap
abundance, 1 rashness,
i an incomparable gbiss
ml try as \ou will. v«ju
a trace of dandruff or
but your real surprise
surprise a
j this. Adv.
11 l>e after a few weeks*
will see new liait lino ami dt.wny
fiist yes but really mw hair
sprouting out all nver \«»ur s«'alp
Damlerine is. we believe, the only sin«
hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and
«•ure for itchy scalp, and il never fails
to stop falling hair at once.
If you want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really is, moisten «
cloth with a little Danderim and ear« -
fully draw it through y«»ur hair tak
ing one small strand at a time. Your
ml beautiful
a delightful
uts ev eryone who tries
|[
William Vane, North Idaho Man t(
With Long Checkered Career ,li
I
Takes Strychnine in Jail.
I
Desperat.- at the certain pruspe* t of
a
\
luring a long term in ■ federal |
prison, having been convict« d of twoj
crimes, one of larceny and the other!
for stage robbery, William Vane, es- j
« ..pcd federal prisoner, who was r< -
e.iptuiM'd last Friday, took' Ins own life
in tin* county jail at Newport, Sat-I
unlay, according to information re- j
'reived here by the federal authorities, j
Wli il« it is tu. 1 known positive, it Is
believed Vane ended his life by use ofjedy
strychnine. j
Vane was one of north Idaho's most
noted « t imlnals. Wealthy, educated,
cunning and having a host of under
world people and gamblers at. his beck
and call, for years he
jeral authorities and
placed on his trail, but
the confession of an no
lea
i y
eluded the fed 'it
special agents
in 1^17 through !
ompliee. it
rn< «1 ho
h;i«l planned
and robbed a
river
stak* 1 nnd in
April of that
ir he ami
s convi«te«l o
f perjury ami
M h y li«'
was tried in
< 'ooiir d'Alone
s ln Kr» i
rubbery but
the jury «lis
1
it at the second trial a con
ns secured and he was sen
six years in federal prison,
r* convictions were also se
inst him carrying sentences
r le;
x months of his
noted «riminal
»00 federal bond
j
«in g
port \
hunt
on state bond. Shortly after hlr
a* he was reported 1«* have been
ued ill the Pend d'CMville ri\er
hut the federal a nth«)
the man were < ertain tl
hoax, began a system;
the result that last Friday Vane was
captured while asleep in a lonely «ubm
ne.tr Ib ar Ink«- by Depot \ Cnit« «!
States 'Marshal Fred Thorp and Spe
cial Agent F. Ii. Wells.
Van«' is surviv«'d by his wife and
two children. * son aged 21 > ears, and
a «laughter, living in southern Oregon.
DEPARTMENTCOUNCIL
ELECTS ITS OFFICERS
I
Th«
1
Tassel. St.
1
Conrad Br;
the day. ('«
tello; «»ffiee
i
F. Ath«-rt"ii
i Captain W
1
! sentinel, Ci
jwcll; picke
j Wallace.
1 The depa
Th« Department
Patriarch M ilitant, 1
annual session Mo
j elected of fit
which w«-re both elected
Departin' lit enmill
Ha ! rigfeld, Pocatello; v
captain Ro«ln«y X. M es
I assistant adjutant ym-r;
'gust J. Moritz. Poise; 1
: Jor «f oigr là. Hull)*
IT, 1 Jeu tenant C*
\nthony.
until of Idaho,
». « ». F . met in
ay night and
• officers
1 installed
r-r, Guorg«
vie«- piisident,
lexers, Walla«;«-;
oral, Major An
ti«;! surer, Mu
. Poise; chief of
ael Otis M. Van
haplain, Captain
ult, Pocatello; officer of
one! John P« t«rfs, I'oca
of the guard, Chevalier »S,
Twin Falls; aide «!«• t amp,
A. Lansherry, Walla«'« ;
«tain A. K. Isham, Cald
Caplain W. P. Lively.
I
,
j
j
I
rtrncnt a«'ted fa
•ably on
a ho ;i ppliea t iom «•: .' ■ pr-rsons • referred
t.. tin m to rec. iye the «1« cree of *
kit* » will not )„:• )'r,|iff rr.'.l al Ihia
sion.
_______________________
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN
CHURCH PUTS BAN ON
FOREIGN LANGUAGE
i'll. This
the «be' i •
I imp'
Mull
Hoi bei L p;
v.ixs; ' W.' are using the languag«'
ir.ur own l nited Slat. ; ex«iusively
I a 11 services a ml meetings.'
! At iln annual bu.simss nmeling
j the « hurt h 1 1 • t « 1 recently, the past
was instructed, by unanimous vote,
[express th«* thanks of the eongregati
it«» the press for publishing church a
i nouncements.
Cut This Out
DON'T MISS
slip, enc
Fol. y W
i:ag«
111 ..
;S THIS. Gut out this
with r.o and mail it to|
2 S35 Sheffield Avc., Chi
Ring your nntn< and ad
-It Is Worth Money.
dress clearly. You will re reive in r<
turn a trial package containing Foley
Hone', and Tar Compound, for coughs,
«.-old- eiul emup; F«*b y Ki«lr«\ Rilb-',
for pain in sides and back; rheuma
tism, backa«*he, kidney and bladder ail
ments; and Foley Cathartic Tal.hts. a
•. holesom« and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, for constipation, bilious« « s ,
headache and sluggish bowels.—Adv.
T-Th.S
SHERIFF ARRESTS TWO
CHARGE OF BOOTLEGGING
sheriff IT
Nelson, colored,
arrested Monda >
; m I 1*2 rm :
i vening l
| legging.
The
1 jointly implicated
,
j
n the charge of b«»ot
men are said to be
* sale of a case
of booze.
When arrested Monday evening Nel
son was found on Main street with
three pint bottles on his person. D\
was first nrnstcd Bat unlay, but th«'
«barge sworn against him at that tim«
was «lismisscfl and he is now « barged
. mtly with his colored friend.
A Seventy-Year-Old Couple.
Mr. and Mrs. T R Harpenter. Har
risburg, Pa., suffered from UfUnry
trntibb. He says: "My wife an«i I
;jt'er«'d from kidney trouble and had
rh. umatic pains all through the body.
I first few doses of Fob* y Kulm .
Pills rehived us. and five bottles « * 11 -
tir« ly cured us. Although we are both
(he seventies, we are as vigorous
we were thirty years ago." Ad •'.
T.TIi.S.
If You Need a Medicine
You Should Have the Best
stopped to reason
is
a.
Have you ____ —... -
why it is that su man. prudu. ts that •'
IIV extensively advertised, all i ,,i,oe i
Irop out of sight and are soon 1 .,rgol- ! I
ltlcle ,,
j. , j lf , ; <
par- '
t( . n „ The reason ls ]>laln
,li ' 1 r,|| nii ti ,n .....
manufacturer. This applies ...
tirularly to a medicine. A i . dieinal |
preparation that has real ourativ
valu- almost soils it soli , like a
pm |i,, ss <bain system tit' n nmdy i
iceommend by those who have Ihm;
benefited, to those who are j n nee
of it.
\ prominent, druggist
for example In*. Kilmer'«
a preparation i have so
\ cars and never liesit.it
niHiil, for in almost eveiy
excellent results, as man;
j
j
j
tonurs testify
ofjedy has so lai
j Aeeording t
«mp Hoot,
for many
1«. reeom
*e It shows
f my cus
No other kidney rein
e a sale."
sworn statements and
rified testimony of thousands who
v«* use.l th«' preparation, the success
Dr-. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due
the fact, so many people claim, that
'it fulfills almost cv<
sir
reming kidney, liver and Madder ail
! ments, corrects urinary troubles and
neutralizes the uric acid which causes j
rheumatism. f
You may receive a sample bottle of
1 Swanip-Hoot, hy Parcels Post. Address
i" '' n !
1 ' < (i ;
'I'ake 1
over
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. V.
and «uub.se ten cents: also mention
the Poise Daily Capital New Dug.'
and medium size bott.b - for sab it all
drug st hits. Adv. ;
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I AMUSEMENTS
PRIVATE PEAT WAS
TWO YEARS IN HELL
AND YET HE SMILED!
I Tw.) V« ars ill hell wit'll a smile!
■That is what life in the trenches
, im-ans, according 1" Private Peat, t.*
b- s.Tii in his r- alistir photoplay, "Pri
vate Peat," a superb special picture, at
ih«* Strain! theater today for the last
j time. The photoplay is a splendid pic
j turization hy Charles Whittaker of
"Private I*, it." the book which has
I met with enormous sale all ovei the
omit ry.
In this photoplay. Private
he star part that « >f a
oung man who is forced 1
ruse in order that he m;
he. army battling for world
ary. Uis elu s! mi asureim-nt i
cat plays
patriotic
enlist in
. h« I
into the
chc
tie
l»r«
)ig enough to volunteer for a «ianyr
)Us mission, which results in his be
ing wound«-«! and p<-nnatn-ntly «lis
Ild«'«l. However, it brings his sw««et
iieart t«» his arms and all omis happily
for tin- bravo American soldier.
The photoplay is stir: ng sermon
in th«- causa of patriotism a 1 loyalty
I.» flag and « country. There are nu
j
j
;
i
!
«•tous battle scenes
•a)ism. and the story
tome interest in this «
niggle against rut hie:
icy. "Private lY.it" b
hide that serves ti
• f r
i.ark;
one of
ible
rueial time <
s Hun autoc
an admirabl
introduce
•mints y men i
LEGISLATIVE RECORD
SUMMARIZED.
: t ha
in «lia
in
Cpl c
per
e «I« signated, read.
A<1 imirned to 1" •»'«■l«M'k \N « dll« -« i; » > .
SENATE.
Senate a. a «-omniitt «*e «*f the whole
ecommemlH piss.it*« of ill increasing
axing power of cities', bill making
hange« in herd law to prevent creation
f districts on public range, and de
S bates AVitly anti-gambling law, making
to| :1 nuisanc«* ol louses where gambling
i -
a
,
I
.
-
pj Try Making Your Own jjj
Cough Remedy
Ln You ear» «nv« nbout S', and have [L
jd a Ih-imt ri'in«'«!) Ilian the r**ady- n.1
untile kind. EasJly done. bj
KE52SE5SSE5HSHSc!SHSZ5HSHSHSZSHSHS^
If you combined Hie curative j.roper
«ioA ,'.f every known "remit maile' t •ugU
! remetly, vutt i.robaldy euubl n..fc get aa
intu it "r. t'l curative power aa there ia in
ti.ia (.impie home-made cough syrup,
which ia easily prepared in a few miu
Utl'R.
« ret. from any druggist 2'g otineea of
I'iticx, poor it into a pint buttle and
fill the buttle «ult s' nip. using cither
pliiin granulatel sugar s'rup, elarilied
• t.ul is-es, liuiiev. nr euru syrup, as
. '.'Sired. The result, is a full pint >,f
.etllv better cough syrup than y-u
: --lîï.t buv rendv-utade for three time»
th? money. Tastes pleasant and never
t poils.
M Ilia I'ittex and Pvrttp preparation get»
right at tiie lame of a tough and giv a
almost immediate relief. It loosens tiie
phlegm, slop? the nasty throat tiekle
ami heal» the sore, irritated"membranes
ao gently and easily that it is really
astonishing,
A liais use will usually overcome the
ordinary cough and fur bronchitis,
croup, 'whooping cough and bronchial
asthma, there is nothing better
I'inex is a most valuable concentrated
compound of genuine Norway jiine ex*
tract, and him been usisl fur generation»
to break up severe coughs.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
druggist fur '"d'.. ounces of Pinex" with
full directions, and don't accept.anything
e!s'\ Guaranteed in give absolute satis
faction or money promptly refunded.
The I'inex Co., Ft. ayne, Ind.
is permitted, finally reporting progress :
and that they sit on bill again. I . ir
hills Introduced. Adjournment until 30 |
a. m. Wednesday.
HOUSE BILLS, MEMORIALS AND
RESOLUTIONS.
House bill No. 35 by Hunt. Nielson
•' infl Munson, providing for an annual
i »»*«<*; <"* levs for the support of the
! I ,l| blie schools.
House bill No. 3« by Johnson
the selection of officers
.f the National Guard to the national
dune 3. 1936, empotvi r
ing tiie governor to conform the militia
on national guard to changing federal
law or régulations
,,
; < ontornung
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bureau of mines and geology
j proj
f II
H«>use bill No. 37 by Nielson Mak
! ing it a misdemeanor to draw «'hecks
; on hanks in which depositor has not
'sufficient funds to meet it.
1 House hill No. 38 by Hugo. Kent.
Canfield, Anderson. Snow, <'arp«-nt«*r
and Jones Appropriating $1*244.f.4 for
the relief of the First National hank ot
Moscow for payment of judgment
against hoard of regents of the Fm
versily of Idaho.
House Dill No. 30 by Featli erst one
Appropriating $2344.80 for the relief
of the Phoenix. I.umber company for
building material furnished to con
struct the agricultural building at the
University of Idaho.
House bill No. 40 by the committee
mine,** and mining —Creating state
1 ap
!
iting $30,000 therefore.
Horn » bill No. 41 l>y Gudmundsen- -
Giving imb pendent s« hool district.' the
power until Sept. 1. 1M!t, to issue funtl
Ue up their outstanding
ing bonds to
indebtedness.
SENATE BILLS, MEMORIALS AND
RESOLUTIONS.
; Senate bill No. 30 by Gihuist amend
ing senate bill No. 12 appropriating
-v $2 m, 000 for ia piovenumta along the
I Snakr rivei 1«. «•on fi n e it
led to include Aladi
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bill N<
11, b;
Rotter
af the revised
of
elect i«!
im.
tied h;
ehaptr
40
14th ;
enato
in
bill No. 32. by Porter Re
lating to teachers' institutes and pro
viding for the time for holding Hm
same and providing for the compensa
it ion of teachers attending.
Senate bill No. 33, by Porter- Pro
viding that tli«' workmen's compensa
tion act shall not apply to teachers in
j rural school districts.
Senate bill No. 24 by Sims- Conf« > -
iring authority upon residents of a por
tion of Idaho county to vote on annex
jlng to \ alley county at election in 11*20.
Senate bill No. 2 .. by Porter- Amend
j ing former bill relating to amendments
; to workmen's compensation law so thru
»it does not apply to teachers in pi
schools or office or clerical einpl«
Senat.* bill No. 3« by Johnson
i lai ing to examination of dentist:
[practice in Idaho.
Senate bill No. 27 by Forad.
Amending state dep« »sitory law reg
ing approved securities to also include
'securities <»f highway districts.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
OVER THE COUNTRY
Shippers' Forecast.
! Protect shipments «luring the next 2«;
hours against th«' following minimum
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Buy
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Remnant Week
Ways in which this store differs
from most all other stores
H r narr buy JOR LOI S of any sort,
bind or description.
fl r never buy flic mussed and soiled
road samples of traveling men,
/'very O arment accepted by the 1 R C
Co. is made to our order and must check
up to the high standard required hy this
store in its particular grade.
I'pteiiil Customer, «Io ymi realize wlt.if thi- fill
infinis In you in 1 hose days of « lira ran it Salt's, Clos
ing uut Hit: remaining slock, lofs and lines that
ever.v store needs have on hands?
W a kimw ,if many of mir regular customers who
know \\ hfil it moans lo llmm and for the benefit of
11 1 hors we will iiii'idii'ii life facts concerning slocks
left mi haiid- in this store.
If « ' i ■ a use* of every garment having- boon selected,
in nur slock, we doifl have any .junk as some ens
loineps dnb the so-called hd'l-overs of the seasons.
I.verv former regular price of lliis store was
ha-ed upon a real cost of the seleeletl article, lliere
1 'ore no inflated former Milnalion.
liedm lioiis 'ill'll fi' we are imw offering at this
rtenmnnl Kvmit all genuine ami means a genuine
saving of more than ao\ inflated valuation «-an save
you hy comparative price advertisement.
Four More Days of Our
REMNANT FA ENT.
We welcome comparison 1 >\ II
wav of price will) any oilier ston
done tlmse «lays than usual, and v
hu-iuess this Hemnanl week I
-There's a reason figure il
liaek and gel a good suit. coal.
■ cast oilier in the
more of it heiug
e are doing more
uni ever befijre.
mil then come
dress, skirl, fur.
|,louse or liai al llie A 11 C Co., where reductions
are made on selei-ted high grade goods. We don't
have i-lit'ap goods we have good goods cheap.
A i . 11 can Inn them al Hemnanl prices \fl\V.
ABC Co., Inc.
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Fu st dose of "Pape's Cold Com
pound'' relieves all
grippe misery.
Don't stay stuffed-up!
QuM blowing and snuffling! À dos%
o! 'Pope's Cold Compound" taken
■ ei v two hours until three doses are
! ta k*ui Will end grippe misery ami
break up .1 senre cold either in th«:
In ud. chest, body or limbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up no.s
t
r
«
ti lls and air passages; stops nasty dis
charg«' <.r nose running; relieves sick
headache, dullness, feverishness, sore
throat, sneezing, soreness and st if f -
' Pape's Cold Compound" !s the
«; lickest, surest relief known and costs
only a few cents at drug stores. It
arts without assistance, tastes nie«
and causes no inconvenience. Don't
accept a substitute.—Adv.
temperatures: Going west to Baker. 2'
degrees ; cast to Pocatello. 28 degree
Minimum temperature at Boise tomm
row, about 32 degrees.
General Weather Conditions.
A well «lex elope« 1 storm center is np
»aehing the British Columbia coast
ami is «-a using preeiiptat Ion over an ex
tensive area of the Pacific coast an«!
northern. Rocky Mountain ami south
nil plateau states. Exeept for snow m
northern ont ana. generally fair weatii
• r has prevailed fr«»m the Rockies east
waul. Temperatur«' changes were not
decided in any «punter ami the weath
er continues warm for this season gen
erally.
WHEN RHEUMATIC
PAINS HIT HARD
Just get out that bottle of
Sloan's Liniment and "knock
it galley-west."'
"it will be all right t<*
Don't say "U
morrow." Ith* umatio
relieve themselves. I
count* r-irritant ol Sloan
bring quh'k relief, l-hf*
Liniment t«
nearly < v« iy ext«
anal a« be and pain
that men's heir i(
Put it on and 1
et it penetrate with
out rubbiriK. Clc
aii, sure, economical.
Once tried, it
becomes a lifeloipc
frieinl. Your «In:
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