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SIE G. 0. P. Cl
IEBSIVE
Pocatello Progressive Predicts
Republican President for
1920 if Platform and Ticket
Appeal to Western Voter.
REJOICED BY DRY VICTORY
Says Last Two Defeats Have
Convinced Old-Line G. O, P.
Leaders Western Ball o t
Play. I be Leading Role.
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uT « lie court ii ; ! it'' i! ,i mm mimen? . • « i m -
It » r the u id. v ;■
FOR THE FUTURE.
■'Out turning: to the presidential cam
puign next >■ r f n .iii/.i that while w.«
mourn the i< • f «w or. it, leader, w«:
must plan lor the future.
"The Republican* cun win n« \t year
if their ] 1 1 1 ; ' 1:1 i: I d tl' i. Il'e ) »I < > -
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tick' ! i ; ■ Will . i to if.« imh-poml
ont prou I,'! er M Cm W e.-1 , Th'"
vol«- lMi.nl Ilm , Wilvn
re pot of t he class I hat vote the
lu ! did. 'They i ' lize t ha I
s, . conditions, and leadership
LOOK TO FUTURE.
iidican party bw what, they o\
o do lew and in tho n« up l'u
in 1 or w hat it has done in the
i Mpgpgp
iDrink as much
•w
Unlike coTfee .which dis
agrees with many —- you
can drink as many cups of
Posfuro as you care for
with no fear of nervousness,
sleeplessness or other annoy
ance to health,for Postum
ment, such as the druö
"caffeine" in coffee.
Your grocer sells Post-um.
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WILFUL TAMPERING.
Several buys living on tl .• bench wer.
taken into Juvenile eourt Monday and
reprimanded by Judg, Miller- -havin«
i ilh
been actus«'«! of ineddlhm
burning: the contents of • • * »'•« 1 umil
boxes, and tho owner refusing to prose
«ule.
ASIATIC MISERY.
1 *r.
S. 4 '.
K rikorin n.
m
ruin i
1 rrliel
f fund w««i'
m
idien
rrs ul
t he Mu jest
tl!
«Min
*« Mon
«lu y night, u
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ally
to th.
girls .«i tin
pt
t he ;
iNHoria
i ion ro.iîns.
to
Id of
th« «1«
'plornblr \i
th
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The Y
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c.tnizu*
d, und
Will Oinv.i;
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REPA 1 R.
\ }H 111 lit w u IS
sued M mul. i 1 *' 1
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HI '« i i«. rei.uir
his dwelling nt
i tl i 1 t er nth
;. t r » et, 1 h» «;«■'.<
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>".• !.. !.. appro
vimritely ? :
VISITS
sc, h on i
With 1 ' jew to
asrertnmiiiK her
« « J
vu • oil «•« rt'uu i
« h.«.«l grounds un«
il t P r« »vein* nt of
* i r
•j' lie, . Mins l,n
I in tend' ul o< ,-e
>1 st.
• i t.
140 MEN SENT OUT.
\V .1. lubln manug« r "f the nmiiici
j>ai rmpl'-: nmtn bureau, r« Von that
during t lit nmni.li of Jun»iur\ io «late. !»■
out
poMtlOUS MG Il I «Ml
I- if ..Midi«'!'« and sailor*
FIND CAR AGAIN.
U«i
I till
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ich w a h reported stolen in Iront "f
■ Methodist church Sunday night,
s ton ml yesterday at Twelfth and
imklin streets.
ON JOB.
After serving three months in Fr;
with tho uT'dh aerial division and re-I
1 .'ix'li'K hi i !.:■ . S. TV. ..Ut I >> >;i 11 ' \
!l ' ,JoV . has,
r« turned hume ami r< -aimed his old p«
: ilion at the Western Union.
ON FURLOUGH.
< \ !.. Spangen I «erg. a. former employ«
of tho Rois«' po. toffice, who has beer
in Uu navy for Cue past I ■"> months, ar
rived in tim «*it y ■ M- nla y on a ::«>-da>
furlough which he will spend with hi:
PLACED UNDER BOND.
• 111 d 1 " ft
mining and
ice Amie
d under
FRAWLEY HOME.
city, has returr
in 1months
the F. S. na\
ANGLETON BACK.
•utenant Hugh Anghton n
■d home Monda
. Angle ton an
with relatives
lo Lieutenant
i « companied I
on. who f ta >
Nogales, A ri:
NO SYMPTOMS.
The little child «>!' Bruce <
•hom it was thought would do
lay-J
«riz.,
in
ford
> in
ifnntilo paralysis Sunday, Is reported :■>
be rnueh better, with no symptoms of
tile disease having appeared as ■' e •
The case is being carefully watched.
Im
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BABIES ALL RIGHT.
Two of tho triplets of Corporal an«l
Mrs. Thomas Morafl are now well, hav
ing recovoi««! from an attack of in flu -
en/a, but the third. Katherine, is still
ill. Laving developed pneumonia. Kath- J
«fine i . however, on the way to re- 1
eu v er y unless complications unforeseen :
! sot ip. Mrs. Moran has ha«i no word ;
'from Uorpora.1 "Tom" for some lime, j
hut 1 tel m v « lu i on his way Imme n ilh j
Ihr* 110th engineers.
COUPLE MARRIED.
1 « '111 istiau K Jensen and Man I Min
«••in. both nf Reise, were unit• «I hi the .
Is "f matrimony by Judge I*
.,l hin office, at •« «* « lo« k
•''enine Mr. Jensen m • <
I \ minpr business man of this
hv~ bride is popular and r 3 !I
i this sect Ion. They will
0 Imrne he MM
LICENSES GOING.
■ ruses nrr in great demand
h month mu nf the. ÎCQ
pi*M•<;■■■! « ■ i a.imped metal hav ing: born
takni out : u far. Tins number In
* hub's dealers and a few motorcyclists.
r that d is a safe estimate t*> put the
number «>l liernsrs issued to indi •
V iihi.il driver;; at IF.
TREE STILL HERE.
The snipped, .un-mi« looking tree
which nobh did its work «m t'hrlst
m;i: cve at I he municit»al celebration,
si a mis yet in « 'olumbia park. a. mute
n iimoni.il to St. Nick, and tho wor
liip accord» «1 him once a year.
T would .'-««tu that with Christmas
gone even in the memories of those
who handed o r their kale for two
solid weeks and ate coffee and sinkers,
that, presents might be given, that the
lone sentinel in the park should be
tr.cved to other quarters.
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MEETING HELD.
\ meeting was held this noon In th
j rums of the Commercial club relative to
■ it« for the propose! « »dd Fellows'
Imme whi« h it is proposed to erect in
this city at an early date. Several pro
positions wore pitt up and v arious sites j
discussed, hut nothing was definitely
■ decided upon. A meeting will b< held
■ t a future date, when the subject j
; will b- brought up and a site decided!
! upon.
SOCIETY TO MEET.
Th« Baptist holies' aid will meet to-I
; morrow afternoon, Wednesday, at 2:110
I in the east room ol the church, in a get
i together meeting. Refreshments will be
served, and all ladies are urged to be
; presen(,
WILL CONVENE.
The Women's Homo .Missionary so
ciety of the Methodist church will meet
with Mrs. C\ H. White, K. 05 Harrison;
'boulevard, Wednesday afternoon at!
POOL TOURNAMENT.
h« poo! tournament to be held at
t/oniim sciai club under the imm
inent of John McMillan, starts off
today during the noon hour, and bids
! fair to be highly successful according
i to the enthusiasm being displayed. The
prizes will be beautiful, fum y cues; one
of which will go to tho entry making
high run; another to tho play« r niak
in if high average, and the third to the
winner « »f th«' tournament.
Joint Conference Held at the
Statehouse at Which Taxa
tion Problems Are Discussed
in session m
»overnor Davis,
state board of
nssed taxuMV.n
s elected Thom
< \ ' ». Cornw all,
Tim county assess
Boise on the call o
today met with th
equalization and d
problems. Thr asses.«
.is Trat ban, « hat cm i
.secretary, .nul appointed an onlfr of
business vintuittee « oiup«>sed of J«*iin
K Schad, J. J « i «*•« le; ami J. L Arm
strong. The legislative (•«•«mmittpp
named is composed of W T\ Kennedy,
William «' White, George A\ Wilcox
and H R Herrick; .ludviary comm.t
tns W. A. Kincaid n O. Graham and
«' R. Reynolds.
Harvev Allred, state director of the
farm market bureau, addressed tlic
meeting on the subject of gathering
statistical «lat «. J. ff. Jacobson of the
federal commissi«*n on crop report -,
also spoke t « » goth or with H. W Flu
harty, director of the extension depart
ment.
At th# meeting with the members '»f
the board of equalization today tin
various classes of taxation property
and the standards to bo followed l.i
bringing about as near a uniform as
sessment as possible were discussed.
ASSESSORS PRESENT.
The follow ing are the assessors pres
ent at the conference:
William A. Kincaid, Ada; William A.
Woodland, Adams; R. U. Graham.
Bannock; James Dunn, Bear l.akc; C.
R. Reynolds, Benewah; E. T. Malcolm,
Bingham; Join E. Schad, Blaine;
James J ». McCall, Boise; R. G. Pritch
ard, Bonner; J. J. Crowley, Bonneville;
W. (Reid, Boundary; W. 1*. Matth
ews, Butte; <\ 11. Reek, Camae; George
W. Owyear, Canyon, Moses Smith,
Cassia; A. I.'. Hinckley. Clearwater;
I ». M. Burnett, Custer; Thomas Trut
hen, Elmore; 1 ». Gosalin; Henr
Adams, Fremont; D. J. McGov
Gem; \V. I*. Kennedy, Gooding; Calvin
Ha/.elbaker, Idaho; Bash L. Bennett,
Jefferson; S. H. Smith, Ko«»t«na; Em
mett J. Gemmill, Eatah; William F.
White. Lemhi: E. H. Ratliff, Lewis
Bert Bowler, Limiln; John Blackburn,
Ala cl icon; C. < ». Cornwall, Minidoka; J.
L. Armstrong, N< z i'« •«•« ; Davi«l S.
Jones, Gnedia; l ay u. Mitchell, «»vvy
ht - : O. E. Bossen, Payette; « ». F.
Crowley, Power: AN'. 11. Herrick, Sho
shone; Edward S. Little, Teton; George
W. Wilcox. Twin Falls; R. M. Parks,
Valley; and B. D. Hartley, Washing
ton.
Stock reduction sale at White-Run
yon Shoe Co.; $5000 must be raised;
shoes from 1.0 per cent to 40 per cent
of former values. Adv. J28
Passed Through Senate Mon
day Backed by Solid Republi
can Support—House Cau
cuses but Nothing Definite
Settled.
Considerably more opposition is
looked for in the house of representa
tives on the Administration cons«>li«1a
tion bill than it received in the senate
when it was pass««!. The house ma
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but
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definite progra
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It wus said u ft
the caucus
that
i a number of tin uu
jority inetnber:
s ar
e not thoi"ugh
ly
siitisfird a\
it.li
the
bill in its pr« -
nt
form, and
t hey
will
attempt to have
it
amend«'d.
The
ad vi
»cates of the me;«
8
ure will m
oek
to 1«
;eep it out of tiie
committee
of the V
vlmle to prevent
it
being dam.*
»get!
by ;
imendment.
Predictions a
re 1
»eilig fnady â nu
de
i that the bill w ill pass the house, prob
j ably this week. The backers of tho
! measure aiv confident that their most
serious task was overcome when tlu\\
i succeeded in getting the Dill through
j t lie* senate. On the other hand, r
i ports are heard from «»tie r majority
j morffbers that the hill will n«d ho
passed.
GOES THROUGH SENATE EASY.
j The bill passed through its most
critical stage in the senate, when in
the committee of th« whob*. After it
was recommended for passage there it
was realized that its passage would
be brought about rapidly, and this
; proved to lx* correct, for it went
| through in short order. Faraday and
Sims, Democrats, voted with the Re
public« n majority on final passage
; df the bill.
The house a! discussed the direct
primary t ftp caucus Monday night
A h'll seeking t" eliminate «»me ol Ur
«objections t«* the prunai' will he pr«
«I :il
bit*
< »up * * f thr* interesting inr.isure»
trod need in tlm sénat** .Mmnla\
simile rfiiTuirifnt rrs«iluti(iii N<>. I,
Firm«* und MoKnuwn, s« • I-mg
amend tlm »tut« 1 * const itut ton «) as
provide u 'iv insttrmt <>t u Iw« y
t*»rm f«»r <«»unt\ «r»mm i5si«'«n*»rs.
to elert them by distrtet« instead
at large.
STATE OPTOMETRISTS
MEET AND HOLD BANQUET
Twentv five member« nf the Idah*>
j Stain \HBori «tion of Mptom^tri*ts m«>l
if
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Oolv «n Actual Photograph Can Make a Well-Fed American Realize tba Rirmi q|
Starvation Among the Viet im* of War in the Near East.
In famine-stricken Armenia, Syria, Persia and Greece, gaunt
hunger is killing innocent people by the thousand carrying off the
last survivors of these once-povverful races of the Near Hast.
The Turk has been shorn of his power and this can never hap
pen again. But the desperate need of the hour calls for immediate
relief.
The countries of western Asia-many thousand populous square
miles-are one vast, aching field of utter desolation, starvation and
death.
( Literary Digest, Jan. IS, 1919 )
'*\Ve have presented the needs of the
Armenians twice In for«- t<> our Literary Di
gest readers and they have- responded largo
'ously. But now tho
in tho Near East is
•r sums will bo re
it life in 1heir des«Tt
exiles. Tin* Aiucikoh Committee for Relief
in the Near East, umb r the h ;rlo;-nitin
of Cleveland H Dodge, is ai«p* allng for a
minimum of thirty million dollars 'with
which/ say the committee, 'wo can, humanely
speaking, save every lif«/
ly, liberally, most, gor
peri.nl of rehahilitatic
at hand. Vasily Jar
ii Hired mor«'ly to snst
"WE EEE15 THW CACHE TO BE SO
WORTHY, this need to b< so desperately
mgnl, that even though we made a liberal
con*ribution loss than a year ago, we are now
rubs« ribiug five thousand dollars to thin
new driv. We tire doing this after having
coin in« e<l otasvh • ; by a careful investiga
tion extending over a number of days that
ti n - S' funds will lie w isely administered, that
this work is in most capable hands. Now
is die time when these places of sacred his
tory should receive a new sanctification by
the service of God's children in the Twentieth
century."
Campaign for $8000 for Ada County is now on.
This Advertisement Contributed by the
WM. KRULL MUSIC HOUSE
819 Main St., Boise, Ida. 133 Main St. East, Twin Falls, Ida
Moruki
v evening r
a tiriio ok
lock u
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banqui
et at the i
> wyhee It«
.tel; t>
oth
state
and district
bodies be
mg rejne
.sente«:!
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■««i s were , 1«
etc d us loi
i!«>wm;
1 >r.
R. A.
1 -'ulTiltt. Tv
•in Fulls.
preside
nt ;
! *. A
Simmons, 1
lois« . seer
clary ;
ind
1 reasu
ror; and R.
G. Ne wo
»liier, I
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HP 11,
director for
three yea
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Newcc
imcr. Kiumett, and I'.
F. l ow
1er.
Boise.
were the dir«
retors elec
ted to r
resent
the Boise «
district in
the si
ate
assoc i;
Lition. J. T.
I,a iiRhlin,
Boise, :
ind
Dr. A.
M. Steele, «
L'Tildwoll. «
,vcre m
a tie
directors of the B
oiso district.
•i ll member
s of tho
leg is! at
were i
»resent ns in\
Tied guest
s und g
hört
talks. Tho
principal
address
the « •
gening was
given by
Dr F
« »wen.
sccretarv of the ass«
cia l ion
for
nine y
ears, who ga
ve a ! list or
ieal ske
n-h
of the
Tdaho association, und
ils gro'
w»h
la ml work.
Western Optical Go.
Boi«?, tetaho.
203 MANITOU HOTEL
Office Huurs, 9 to 13 a.m.. 1:3«< to 5 p.m
Satisfaction Gurrante.d
Or Your Mone v 7'efundeU.
We specialize la Diamond». WatchcH,
Jewelry and Silverware, of the (le
pendahie Lind. Our Weddln« r.mc"
will wear forever.
G R E E N - G RIF F 1 N C 0.
903 Main St. Tho Busy Jowolor».
Buy W. S. S. and help wm tho war.
^OÏ-DS
Head or chest
aie best treated
"externally"*
Your Bocix
NEW PRICES—*30c, 60c, *1.20
Idaho Electric
Supply Co.
911 Mein Street.
All together —- all the
time — for everything
electrical
GOODYEAR WELT SHOE
REPAIRING SYSTEM
This is the sum. proross as is used by
th«- largest shoe fart cum* in Um «<»m.
try. Fust leathers best workmaichii«
sat i si art ion guarantee* I,
GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
Mrs. M. C. Mel lo, 109 S. 10th St.
City Dye Works
Be.«t equipped In the eta««; all klnda
Pressed. Phone 44 and 1333.
of clothes Cleaned. Dyed, Repairer and
Will Sol! ill li. F. Neal
mi ih'Ii. 1 i mi les noli Ii ol
Kugle
TUESDAY, m. 23
Sale In consist of
Horses, Cows, AM Mach
inery, Wagons, House
hold Furniture.
I -ual terms: I nder
s 10. cash: over - s 10. 0
mon Ills' I hue at
cent it j> 0 id wli
ullierw i"' 1 ? per rent
J. H. BUCHANAN
per
lue.
(ail. Ii. Marslcrs iv Son,
Ain't ioiieers.
K. II. I'ikkan, Clerk.
Pacific
MEMBER
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FEDERAL
llUilUIldl
RESERVE
Bank
SYSTEM
CAPITAL
S iOO.CQO.OO
1 * 5 tli Ave. and Front St.
NAMPA, IDAHO, PHONE 81
Dealers in Hides, Tallow,
Pelts, Wool and Furs.
Pi i » list mailed to you upon request
Try vs with a shipment.
P I P E
AH at reasonable prlr*§ al
w i; s on hand.
IDAHO JUNK HOUSE
G* So Rth Xi. Phon© 6«40
To the man with moderate
means—
U»a Hawks' Ventllatln* Os* Ra
diator.
Fuel only burned when heat !*
needed; sinnll Initial outlay; heat
Instantly nvallable day or nicht; all
at (ha touch of a match.
Boise Gas, Light & Coke Co.
«1 N. 10th.
B. y W. S. S. help win the war.
N. 9!? Jt. Boue. Idaho. '
Hmmett Auto Stage
Office: 112 N. Twelfth.
12 PASSENGER CADILLAC.
Daily Schedule:
Leave Bone ..............8:15 a.m.
And ......................4:30 p.m.
TRASK BROTHERS.
AUTO STAGE LINES.
. - hone No. 2. Office: 112 N. 12th St.
J. M. THISSEN
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC.
Consultation and Analysis Free.
207*3 Yates Bldg. Cor. 9th and Mair
Phone 427-J.
Talking Machina*
Easy Ttemi
Buy them now:
start the payments
in January.
Columbias, Sonora*
and Cheneys
WILLIAM KRULL
MUSIC HOUSE
( ioodycar Shoe Shop
Best Leather«. Best Workmanship.
Satisfaction Always.
MRS. M. C. MELLO, Manager.
109 S. 10th St.
EVERSHARP
PENCIL
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
and $3.00.
J. T. LAUGHLIN*» * *in «t.
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