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"THE STORE AHEAD.'
(INCLUDING HANANS, RED CROSS, REGALS, CROSSET AND J. AND K. FINE SHOES)
$5000.00 TO BE RAISED REGARDLESS OF PROFITS
A slow selling season caused by the influenza epidemic has left us with about $5000.00 worth more of shoes
than we usually have at this season of the year. We must pay for them—we don't want to carry them over
and are offering them to you at prices from 20 per cent to 50 per cent of their former values. It
will pay you well to attend this sale—no "bait"—only real values.
ALL HOSIERY, INCLUDING OUR FAMOUS MARSHALL FIELD "LA FRANCE" GRADES AT 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
$14.00 quality. Sal®
MEN'S SHOES on Sale
From 10 to 25% REDUCTION
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WE ARE QUOTING A FEW SPECIALS ONLY—SEE OUR WINDOWS-OR BETTER STILL SEE THE BARGAINS IN THE STORE
Men's shoes; about 45 pair; values
Work shoes, including high to]
Women s odd and end section; all good shoes;
onlv a lew of each kind and mostlvfiJÄ CH
small sizes: values to »7.00 .......*
Heavy rubber winter Arctic
per cent off
One lot of Women's "Hanan's," vnl- CQ Qff
nos to »13.50; sale price........
White washable kid, full covered ©/»
heel: formerly »12.00; sale price. .
Some pood values in colored top shoes; for
merly priced as high as $10.00; QCT
special at..................... **
Women's battleship pray kid Louis covered
heel; formerly priced at $10.00; $6.95
ARCHES—25 PER CENT OFF
Women's "Old Lady'' comfort -lines: fine viei
kid, low rubber heel: button or lace: cushion
insole. Values to »1.5"; -ale
Same shoe in brown kid; side
Kxtra values in black Kid upper, women
high heel shoe; button and lore, vnl
ued to $ 1 5.00; special...........
One lot women's turn sole button and lac*
black kid, gray and ivory kid upper. Former
price $ 12.00 and $12.50. Special $0
"Red Cross" Shoes—Brown vamp, gray cloth
top. Louis heel; former price $8.50; Cff QC
AA to 1) width; sale price.........
llanaii walking boot, beautiful cordo calf leath
er, genuine buckskin upper; former ©«§ A Qfi?
price $1 1.00; sale price........*«'JLv*'F®
Ladies' all maple and
pray kid "Red Cross"
make : former value,
Men's English shoes;
Bovs' heavy tan and
tans and black: values
Men's arnty shoes; vnl
blank service shoes:
25c values ..... 18c
price r :° : . Sa,C $4*95
"f 10 * 8 50 ' $0.65
calfskin; val- QA QC
no $4.50. . . .
10c and 15c
polishes ......7 1 / 2 c
One lot of girls' Fine School
Shoes; tan and black shoes
with white, brown and black
fibre soles. Former valu«
to $0.00. Sal©
WE NEED MONEY-YOU NEED SHOES-WE GIVE YOU THE PROFIT. SHOP EARLY IN THE
MORNING. COURTEOUS SALESMEN. NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS.
THE WMITE-RUINVON SHOE CO.
804 MAIN ST. UNDER THE IVORY SHOE.
Kxlra large sales
force lor vour con
Dr. S. B. Dudley to Sail From
New York in Few Days to
Help Save Armenian Suf
IDAHO ASKED FOR $75.000
American Relief Committee Is
Establishing Hospitals and
Raising $30,000,000 for the
Word lias been received b> Slate Di
rector Robert M. Me ('rack« n, who is
handling the drive in Idaho fur funds
for Armenian and Syrian relief, that
Dr. S. 1 ». Dudley, a. prominent physi
cian and surgeon of Weiser, lias been
assigned to hospital service in the re
lief work being carried on in the near
cast and will sail from New York for
Asiatic Turkey within a few days.
Dr. Dudley, who is well known in
western Idaho, was called to New York
earl\ in January by the American com
mittee for relief in the near cast and
has been engaged in securing medical
recruits and assembling surgical and
other equipment for I"» hospitals which
a « I" be . Ma hi is) I cd in Armenia for
the refuge»:, and » viles driven from
ih« h holms by the Turkish govern
TRYING TO SAVE: CHRISTIANS.
The American n>mniilf **«> for relief
of starting Armenians is making a
desperate effort to sate at least a
remnant of the Christian population *»f
Turkey. Food, clothing and medicines
are being rushed to them as rapidly as
funds are available for their purchase.
It is estimated more than 400,000 chil
dreii. most «»f them orphaned, are si « k
and stars ing at this tine ou tin- d' sei ' s
ido experience 1
written a book i« Hing bow the tobacco or,
■'-miff habit ina> ho easily nn-i completely j
! banished in three days with delightful}
benefit. The author. Kdwanl .1 Woods. Î
T«' U>", Station F. Nhw York City, will
mail his book free on request,
j The health improves wonderfully after
'ties nicotine poison is out of the system.*
d'almness, tranquil sleet», clear eyes, nor- !
! mal appetite, good digestion, manly vigor, ;
strong memory and a general gain in © f 1 1 - j
Henry are anion.: the. many benefits rc-j
ported. Get rid <-f that nervous feeling; j
no more need ,,f pipe, cigar, cigarette,
! snuff or chewing tobacco to pacify inor
t bid desire.
of Asia. Gathering these waifs and
nursing them into something like nor
Imai health is a gigantic task. Hcreto
'for*- hundreds of thousands have died
junattended und without medicine or
food on the desert. It. is to provide for
i tlie relief of these Children and for the
1 million and a half adults also destitute,
homeless and dying, that the hospitals
are being sent to Armenia.
ONLY WESTERN MAN CALLED.
The American committee is now rais
; iiig a fund of $30,000,000 to carry on
this relief work. Idaho's quota is $75,
: "00 and most of this has been account
ed for. although the campaign is still
continuing in counties that have not
raised their allotments.
Dr. Dudle;, has •» ■«•pted service with
the Armenian and Syrian relief work
lor a year and will have «barg«* <-f th.
hospitals he has been outfitting. He is
the, only western physician and sur
geon called into this service and the
high position in which he is placed is
a fin» tribute to the medical and sur
gical fraternity <>f Idaho.
! It. will intf rest Idaho people who, are
! active in helping in the Armenian re lief
(work to know that an Idaho man will
. be, î d the hospital service an»I under
which the funds raised in this state will
1 '• expend«*«! for tlm helpless victims of
Turk 1 1 1 brutality in the near east.
Become slender gracefully, gontlv. hap
pily. At the druggist's get a small box of
oil of korein. Follow easy directions If
you want to lose I" to 60 pounds super
ll'i'jus, burdensome fut and lengthen your
lif- Absolutely safe. The only guaran
u*"| w. -ight -r. » hieing t real ment . Kii'loised
hy physicians. Adv,
SOLDIERS 10 FORM
Service Men With at Least Six
Months in Army to Meet at
Commercial Club Monday
Evening to Confer.
Every man in the city of Borne or
near vicinity who has seen at least
six months in the service of the United
States army, either in this country or
abroad, is requested to attend a meet
ing to be held at the Boise, Commercial
club tin' evening of January 27 at s
o'clock, for the purpose of forming an
organization to be called the Allied
Army War Veterans.
A large number of men have en
ured the army from Ada county, Boise
city and immediate vicinity, and it is
th»? aim of the new organization t«»
bring these men in close touch with
f, a<h other, to keep up old associa
tions. to assist each otic r in future
projects undertaken in civil life, and
gem rally 1<> promote the civic, social
and busim lit» of the men from this
s»cii. ii who went in the land forces
of l n* I*' Sam during the war with
It is the d» sin d of the discharged
n cn in 1 1 1 iv city who aie endeavoring
U form the organization in a perma
nent manner to get the men closely
allied and working together in an In
stitution that will be helpful to the
m» n in many ways, as many matters
m import,.jve are constantly -arising
in conn* ihm with the return to civil
!'Ie of th« men that demand close at
tention and soljdaritv by the men
thern« \\n ... it js also felt that such an
Organization would he of great benefit
aooicjll', ar,»1 it is planned t»» secure*
club rooms in the city ami fit, them
>*p if th» organization can be formed
in a way that will be permanent.
Many similar branches arc being
formed in Utah and other western
states, but so far as is known, this
is tin* first call for Idaho's men to
ban«! themselves together. It Is sin
o«i«l\ Imped that the men ''ill attend
the in* cling in large numbers the ao
«I 1 « i n ! a a- » <■ L<* be made Will bt* Wurth
while, even If the oration 1*
[formed. If Boise can form a chapter j
! of the Allied Army War Veterans, it is I
j felt that other cities in the state will
ido likewise, with the result that the*
tm n of the state will be banded to
jgtther for social and civic betterment.
PLAIN DRUNK IS
TAKEN IN BY COPS
IN EARLY MORNING
: In .-..me w.iv or other, the pol i e c !
foivn of the t • 11 y got wind Unit a large.®
Shipment of .spirits of forment i was m.-U»*«
route from Nampa to this ettv, and cn
Icampccl on the trail or said liquid. I
, The shipment arrived all right, and
was duly escorted to tie Ua>s inn, but
'It happened to be reposing in the into-«"'
Irior of John Doe, a young eltl/.en t . f
Nampa; he having felt that to he the
I best method of getting it into our fair !
In other words. John was petrified,
polluted, pickled, ossified anti souse«!,
and not only was ho intensely liapp.v,
but wanted to sing and teli what a g«>ad
man he was, and how the government
ivas Ruing to tho eternal bow-wows.
Ho was given the guest chamber at the
inn, furnished with a page and all the
other perquisites that go with the fine
s» a* vice "Gap'* Shollworth givrs to
guests, and was peacefully reposing
j when we called this morning, llo will
visit Judge Anderson and meet that
BUTTER TAKES GOOD
DROP OF TEN CENTS
AND EGGS GO DOWN
In keeping with the wholesale prices
that have been fixed on the markets of
, (Tiiengn. New York and San Francisco,
j tho price of butter in this city dn*pi- ' l
] 10 cents Saturday -tin-» prie, per pouti»J
[at th®' groceries now being on cents
J At the same time tin product of th.*
[lowly but hard-working hen took a fail,
and eggs, slrlctly fresh, of course, art«
j now retailing at ...» «*r nts per do/.« u.
A»'Cording to th«* market sharps In
j tho east and on tho coast, tho pneo
of butter will go down some more, and
perhaps reach a plane where ordinary
folks on salaries <»f $250 a month or
so, may have the luxury at least once a
week. The same goes for hen fruit
also, which will become news for the
wife who desires to construct a cake
ont e in a a bile.
'DENY CHANGE OF VENUE
IN DIVORCE SUIT WHERE
PROPERTY IS INVOLVED
Property to the value of $30,000 is In
volved in tlie divorce case of Grover
C. Corder against Anna J. Corder in
which Jmigo Heddoch today denied the
defendant's motion for a change of
venue from Ada to Klmoro counties.
Cruelty is the charge upon which
Corder seeks to obtain legal separation
" •»» 1>" uml In eitrs ns the art
1 miscundiUft on lu r part which
emphatically denied in her answer
«»d rross complaint in which .sin- M
1 **« 1 cruelty and cites that in August.
IMS. she was induced to sign a property
|agreement with her husband by which
"Shed . way her Interests to coni
Itnnnttv Pteperty valued at $30,000, re
cciving only $6000. This property, she
»vers, was community property secured
them since marriage and that sh»?
signed away I
consult her fr
for the divot
interests under duress
vith no opportunity
ids ami asks the court
decree and her full
share of the property.
Bet us mount your head ami tan
your hide, make up your *urs or rugs.
B. \V. Bimbert, Taxidermist and Fur
rier. Boise. Adv.-tf
MEN, WHEN IN CHICAGO
Come and See for Yourselves.
The Dr. Borenz
Klee trie Body Bat
t' ry is the greatest
invention fur debil
ity tho world has
♦■vor known. No
drugs, no medi
cines no dieting,
no unusual demands
of any sort, just
erase all dissipa
tion and this in
v<*ntion will do the
>f vital lifr
Brans and blood
during the time you anr* asleep. 1 or
the tirai ment of rheumatism weak
Ii.itI,, n« i vousness. Ftomnrli, liver ami
ki«|n»'\ dis"id«'r.* it is incomparable. Dr,
Horen/.'' Dry <'» n storage Batiery is
i high gra«l«» hattery, requires no
charging with vinegar or acids, is 300
per cent rasier applied, gives 400 per
cent greater service, and is sold at a
low price without added cost for fancy
Write today for free illustrated fac
t m \ l*ii*«* I ist .
C. I. LORENZ ELECTRIC WORKS,
2240 Lincoln Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL.
! SEATS FOR CONCERT
OF SCHUMAN-HEINK. FEB.
3. ARE SELLING RAPIDLY
Manager W. A. Mendenhall of the
i'inney theatre, reports that all the $2
and JL'.JO seats in the balcony for the
concert of Madam Schuman-Helnk, the
evening of Feb. J, are sold.
Ho requests that those w o Intend
purchasing seats should specify seats
downstairs in "to J-' and $2.1,0 allot
ments in order to guarantee their se
ruring them, as tho sale is very pro
ONE NIGHT ONLY, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1
Charles Carver, Basso.
Frank LaForge, Pianist.
Bower Floor, first. 11 rows. $2.50
Bower Floor, last 6 rows. $2.^0
Balcony seats all sold.
Gallery .oats «not. reserved) &<v
Ho\ seat « ...............*$7.60
MAIL YOUR ORDERS NOW
IN aril OFT of town mail orders accepted and filled in order of
receipt if ,«« < '"upanied by a check or money order, made ns'nble to
\V. A. Mc i'lenhall. Mgr. Kneloso seif addressed, stamped envelope
to insure safe return of same. Box office sale begins on January
25. To all prices add 10 per cent to cover war tax.
Sti'inv'a> Piano usod. sold by Sampson Music* House.
nouneed and thers la a great demand
There are some dollar seats tsft yet
for those who <les!re them.
24 and 25 are the telephone number,
i of The Capital News. tf
113 N grnjt. Coin. Idaho/'
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