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BILL IN THE HOUSE
Proposes That Recognization Be Given to Those Brave Men Who Made the Great Sacri fice for Country. Tlir measure Introduced in the house known as house bill No. 48, by 33 members of that assembly, to bring: _ about the erection of uniform state monuments in each county in honor of those soldiers who gave their lives to their c ountry, is creating general in-j terest over the state. Th, „mri.inn« nr . 1 , 1 « hm n,.n . . M i in piov isions of this hill aie as fol-j ,ows: "That there Is hereby created a com mission, to consist of three p '■ ms. to be appointed by the governor within I =•• ,n,,- the ,-h.Ho ,-t tip- pr«-s<*nl session ot th* lcgisiatur«y said com-! mission to nocive no compensation for 1 llowed rc their services, but shall I imbursement lor their necessary ex penses while performing their duties, but not to exceed to each of said commissioners, said commission to m-; i 0 days after tlu-ir appointment at F -iso, Idaho, and determine the kind, character, design and style of memorial to be erected at the county scat, of "each county in the state of Idaho, to the memory of deceased sol diers. sailors and marines who lost their lives in the late war with <Vr many and her allies. Said commission to have full powci determine the kind and 1 authority to ! of s; ui mrinoi-lal t,> ho iriatlr -1 " n ' 1 in if ' " tho citizens of 1h,B nnd for that purpose, there ; appropriated out of nn.v t the state treasury, not j of t he is hereby moneys in the* otherwise » ppropr $50,000, for the purpo.-. of o.*rr\ing Into < feet the -visions of this act. MEET DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. "That each county in the state of Idaho shall bo entitled to receive from tnr state of Idaho, lor the erection of such memorial, the sum cf $1000 whenever 11 k county commis ioners of said co $1000 to be used granted by the state of Idaho for the erection of said memorial. Kaeh me morial erected with tin state aid here inbefore provided for shall be of the character, < 1 . sign and style decided upon by th i<i omrnission. And in addition to the appropriation of at least $ ! 000 t. » L> de dring to n c< , . ... . ( m.y shall nur-vo,,, ,ate at Fast money ' m. ido by each c ■«Minty | f'ivo the rum of $1000 *f Id. iho. the said conn-! •s of said oouijty must} hlo location for i ho memorial, am 'omrnission the r, „ i", 1 ' ' l "' "" l ""' . s, ! m ' y Sl'.-h h ! -I to any county until the. count ; i• i ! I hr ha ein i*i born ipprr for til • lb ri io that K s*iit. i b and said Ida ns been approv* d "Ail countir fr« years of this et t ' • 1er that bust mn, "üfVîi Ï mem n H' :nl::hI F 1 • a, '* nicm*ui,.. and - 1--.S b<en provided, mil 1 e ««cations have « •" ••••*«'1 commission, .-luill ho given two the passage and approval iil themselves of thf* Hie Horrible Handicap of Catarrh w „ „ , , „ Y ° u Must Drive It Otit, of Blood to Get Rid of It ermanently. Adam never had a l.an.lkor «'hieI i« another way ot saying that Catarrh is an ailment that we owe to civilization ami the effects of modern life. Catarrh is nyl a disease like pneumonia or typhoid fever. Catarrh is caused by impure blood, laden with irritating and poisonous mutter acting upon cells lining 11 10 misai pussages and throat. lliut bave already been iii-Mj flamed, irritated and caused to overwork, by exposure to dust, dirt, sudden changes of tern perature, abnormal dryness of the air, and germs. Catarrh cannot be cured by spraying or douching the nose and throat. ________ The unhealthy condition of tho blood must be overcome, purified and restored lo a healthy condition. Ymi must realize that the disease itself, and not iln symptoms, is what von have to f."T- , <>« ...... ...... *""■"• that when you him? cured of any disease its symptoms will «lis symptom appear. Catarrh manifests itself by inflammation of the dclionti' membranes of the nose and .tip passages which choke up ami make breathing very difficult. To get rid of 1hese distressing effects you must remove (heir cause. The blood is laden with the Catarrh germs, which dirent their attack against the tender and delicate membranes of the nose and throul. These germs NOW TESTIFIES ! His Wife Gains Twenty Pounds i by Taking Tanlac ; "Wouldn't Be Without It,'' He De clares. Still another -widely known and pop ular railroad man comes forward with his unqualified indorsement for Tan | lac. This time it is C\ D. Blather wick, yard master for the C., R. I. & P. | in Kansas Pity, Kansas, who resides at 341 South 1 î tVi street, that city, "AIv wife lias actually gained twen- i L * ' t ^ . \ , ty pounds in weight since she began ! taking ............... j in an lam benefited so much in every win I that 1 am glad to make this state" j ment, which I hop,- will he ,ho LL, | of others who may be suffering as she did getting relief. , •'.she has lu such a nervous. | run-down , 141 hm for the past two ; >»ars that she was confined tu ber bed a great deal of the tint Tanlac," said Mr. Hlatherwlck, interview recently. and hns j , sick headache and often had spell of rViZxiness. She also suffered intense pain from the gas on her stomach, pains In her back and -what seemed to be complete nervous breakdown. She also had a severe attack of influenza, which b»ft her so weak slit* could hardly stand up. "She has been wonderfully benefited ! by Tanlac. In fact, J consider it re markable the way she has been built -1 up, for she is almost like a différant iptrson. She has been relieved < ntiro ; ly , f stnmorh trouble, headache and t backache. 1 am delighted more than j I can tell w ith what Tanlac has done for her, and we would not he without . . , subject to 1 roquent attacks of| it now fm* a 1 best me«beim Tanlac is : Drug Stores. ything. 11 is by fa r the she has ever taken." j old in Boise by the Jov I Adv. privilege funds shall be turned over t treasurer of the state of Idali p ,.„. eU tlle fielu , ral fuIul . - ' thereof, then all remaining j th<. and i | NIELSEN CHECK BILL RECEIVES KNOCKOUT AT REQUEST AUTHOR Representative Nielson of Bonneville county, delivered a genuine knockout to his bouse bill No. 37 Tuesday, the no-fund check measure, when he rec ommended that it be put out of its suf fering by indefinite postponement. A »mmiltee earlier in the day had tag'-* .. U 8, * n ' " Mora m'«« '«• < io »°U P 1,s »- I The measure so.iRht to amend sue lion 7101 of the compiled laws making , ing 11 *'ead as follows. "Any „< rsm, shad make or draw or ' Ut V r f ff'"' ''"' V " raft " r ! - 01 drr for the payment of moneys upon .any hank or .ither depository, who ha> not suftieient funds in or credit, with j such bank or other depository for the payment of such check, draft or order (in full upon Its presentation, shall be S misdemeanor." i I gnilQ (Fiuiiiot he I'oaohed bv spravs or whicli, of coiii'sc, have no effect whatever upon , the blood. '. . S ' , s - S - is », vegelahlc 1 1 * .* 11 .* 1 L'.' nsaile liu'n !, 1,11 s Hl "' heriis direct from fo, *est. which ! * 1 * • « « 11 * ♦ 1 y any disease germs or ,,,, l ,,ll '*Ues in the blood, Once you get your blood j lYce from impurities—eleans tin* RMlarrhal poisons : "'bicli it is im\v ;i prey to be *' !ll|s e oi its uidiealthy stale— |,1 n >'«»u will be relieved of Uatarrli--—tlie dripping in the tiiFont, hawking and spitting, raw sores in the nostrils, and the disagreeable had breath. It was caused, in the first place, because your irnpover islied blood was easily infected. ! I'ossibly a slight cold or eon : * tt, -T "dh someone who lmd a c °hl. Hut, the point is—don't! '«offer with Catarrh—it is not! ; necessary. The remedy S. S. discovere«! over sixty years! a ^°- tested, true and tried, is; ? l b ;,r........ »«ore. | 11 has pi oven its value m thou ; S,i uds of eases. It will do so; ill yullf ease. Get S. S. Ö.* at nnee and begin treatment. It yours is a long-standing ease, he sure to write for free expert medical advice. We will tell you how this purely vegetable blood tonic cleanses tlie impurities from the blood by lit erally washing It clean. We will prove to you that thousands of suf ferers from Catarrh, after consistent treatment with S. S. H„ have been «reed from the (rouble and all Its dis agreeable features and restored to per fect health and vigor. Don't delay the treatment. Address Medical Di rector, ,157 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, G a.—Adv, William E. Hawkes Sails for Turkey to Assist in the Work of Caring for Suffering Ar menians; Has Had Wide Ex perience. i »./ ' . mitten in tlic great work of recon struction rn« ,.«. n " h,ch , ^ H | Viv"e " m '° ' ° ' , Ir .. | " A ', H . lwUps w; ; (-„liege of I(l lho \ 0 rmal t __ William R. Ilawkes of Caldwell snilcd Saturday from Now York on tin S. S. Pensncola with n large party ,'f relief workers under the direction of the American committee for relief in the near east. In company with n number of other relief workers, many of them ex-army men, Mr. Haw kes is going Io f'onsian tlnople, the headquarters of the com Accompanying Mr. ITawkes are re j tlroU. army officers and enlisted men. , tributit and 11 is being financed by cmi l'roni all parts of the coun educated at the Lewiston State f Idaho, and the 1 Tart - leid Theologien 1 seminaiw. He lias hn „ wWc fx „ crloncc in executive and educational work, and has had charge of V. M. C\ A. work in the army. Shortly before he sailed Mr. Hawkes said that he was looking forward to permanent missionary work in Turkey, but that the relief program now being executed by the American committee for relief called for immediate atten tion. and be felt it bis duty to respond. The committee is sending to Con stantinople and other ports in Asia Minor a number of automobiles, am hulnnnes and motor trucks, whlcl. will ho used in transporting the vast stores m foodstuffs, clothing and medical supplies sent abroad for the relief of offering people In Armenia, Syr Persia, and Palestine. j I Colds Cause Headaches and Pains. Feverish Feed u hes and Body Pains caused from a cold are soon relieved j b V taking KAXATIVK PROMO QUIX INK Tablets. There's only one "Bromo i Quinine." K. \\ . GROVE'S signature on! the box. 30c.—W -- I Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days. j Druggists refund nnney if PAZO ulNT.MKNT fails to cure Itching, j Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles, Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals, i "Non can get restful sleep after the first application. Price 60r.~~ \V —-"♦♦♦--- • I ! EVERY MINUTE FOR MEN tvc.ni wnnuic run ividim | MUNICIPAL EMPLOYMENT BUREAU DOING BUSINESS FOR MEN tvc.ni wnnuic run ividim , A \- J - **> ehnr ff i. of tho mi.ni I K>al employment bureau, Is n hustlev! ' «>«>'ve Kot to hand it lo him. for lie , Isn't still a minute. He comes in the .'s-u t still n minute. He comes in the (office in the morning, finds out what ' «he crowd of job seekers are after. ! 7 ,' " th "*" ;uul ,h "' s: '> s: ' ^ome hack .this afternoon, boys." 'Her h< has exported some two j dozen applicants, he sets sail, and when the hunch report in the öfter noon he generally lias jobs for them. S Where he gets them nobody knows i I ist s j Today b men on anxious sailors which p ! He sc and had ! will fill this , The Capital News telephone number. ar * 24 and 2S " 11 pinno moving man. easy, call tj Peasiey Transf«r & storage co.—Adv combati—-*---- to fetch them out of the an use a few good sol II. has H.-vrr il places for good . i.inclu s, ami is particularly to g.-t hold or soldiers or " , >*P irrigation work, VS well and will he steady. He sent out three men this morning, ills for four more, which he ,, II« sois that i mplayers are doing well. Corning forward with places for the boys: but that they could little bit better, and lie feels sure that* with tho advent of spring «all the boys will be placed easily. WOMEN FROM NORTH, SOOTH, EAST, WEST Recommend Lydia E. PinkhanA Vegetable Compound as a Reliable Remedy for Woman* III*. Spokane. Wash. — " I want to recom mend Lydia E. Pinkliam'a Vegetable Compound for women's ailments as it . ______________________ hp iP e(1 80 much during middle age. Avenue^* 1 ' - ™* ^° NN ° R ' lt ' 2î ^ Iana ' llu1 ^ Abilene, Texas.—"For almost a year I was unfit to do my work «a 1 suffered from female ills. LydiaE. Pinkham'« E. Owens. Rockville, Conn. — " I suffered so long from female ills I was blue and melan choly. Lyi Compound dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable everything else had failed. Wmz, 3 Chamberlain Pt. Oakland, Cal. — " LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound gave me such relief during Change of Life, I wißh every woman could know about it. I surely praise this great remedy for women's ills."—Mrs. MaryS. Ashley, G709 Dover Street. The reason Lydia E. Pinltham'a Veg etable Compound is so successful is because it contains the curative, strengthening properties of good old fashioned roots and herbs, which act directly on the female organism. MaRY "Ur-mono SORE. TIRED FEET j Use "Tiz" for aching, burning, puffed-up feet and corns or callouses. Good-hyp, sore fret, burning feet, I swollen, feet, tender feel, tire,I feet. ! (rood-hyp, porn«, callouses, bunions t '" 1 ' 1 raw s I'°ts. No more shoe tight j ,u '-'' s - 1111 more limping with rain or ! j 1 ll ' v * n k' "p your face in agony, "Tiz" magical, acts right off. ''Tiz" j '* 1 M ou « «r «ho poisonous exudations ! v -'uleh puff up the feet. I'se "Tiz" and ,"' nr «mailer shoes. Use "Tiz" and 'orget your foot misery. Ah! how.; I «'«nfoi'teMc your feet feel, i -■•-cent box of "Tiz" now at department store. Get a Zn-een any druggist Oon't suffer. Have good feet, glad 1 ,0Pt> feet ,hat «ever swell, never hurt, ! never KCt A year's foot com rt guaranteed A dv. or money refunded. SCOTS CELEBRITE ! " ' | For the second time in five dnvs j tho Scots gathered Tuesday night to I celebrate the birthday of Robert j Burns, For Second Time Native Sons of Scotland Enjoy Merry Time With Appropriate Pro gram Tuesday Night. by his company, w meeting for this purpose in G. A. R. hall. If not more loyally, at I' ast more royally, the clans came front far and near. The president of the Idaho Wool Growers' association, if ugh Sprout, representing not only this important organization but also tin* large interests and holdings in the Mayfield section of the state, owned one of the promt « jiunt figures of the evening, and was I accompanied by Mrs*. Sproat. j David Sproat and Mrs. Sproat wore over from Melba. The McLeod broth j <rs of Twin Falls, Duncan McPherson j^nd Colin McLeod, both of Caldwell; i Thomson brothers of Mayfield, Mrs. [Andy Little of Kmmett, Rex Sproat, recently from Camp Lewis, and Mr! fan.i Mrs. Mumford of Los Angeles, F'al., were among the out of town vis • itE rs, of whom there, were many. It I was for these out of town guests who ! had not been able to attend the first " :,r,y l '' li,1, - v cv, -' n| «'£- u».t i-**« nights | rP , Pbrallou v „. It , ,, afrK);tt . s cho-stra furnished delightful music on both occasions, and Tom McLeod of I H, .modale plaved the l,.-, K pipes excel hontlv. The lently. The beautiful Scotch,dances "Petronella," "Flowers of F,Unborn" ! "Oircussinn ('ircle" -'I Ler- '• e,e were enjoyed by the enlookers'as well j ;:M danceri* themselves aid • J eluded several which were du need to the music of the bagpipes The 1 .vor I ite "Highland Schottische" w is one of ! the latter and Hu* grace and «agility j <)?' th. dancers was a delight to see. I Miss Grtlg dnm-ed the "Highland ! * ling" with dainty grace and won a I storm of -ipplansc. Mtk. Wül Allen iaung " Vuhl Scotch Songs," and "Sun |day Morning." to the great pleasure of | nil. A delicious banquet of scotch j dainties, prepared as only the Scottish housewives can preparer them was [served at midnight. Many regrets i were expressed that Mr. Joe White.! (who sings Scotch songs with so much ! fine sentiment 1 rot prisent 1 Frida the itul ••xpi-esslon. was sing again, as he did on evening, when his rendition of ieru song, "MaeGiegoi-'s Gatli cl ing." Stirn (1 the hearts of his entire audience. There was a large attend nnee, guests coming from nil the sur rounding towns. In every respect the ev ent was most enjoyable and success ful. ANDERSON SOLD CAR. Tiie overland car, owned t, v U. W. Simpkins ot Nampa, whieli was re ported as stolen on Jan. IT. was found Tuesday at tile Boise Auto market on F.-mnork street: young Anderson, a soldier, who had been s y.t with the ear lo this city for repairs, having dis posed of it to Walter l.inds-iy for *450. Anderson is wanted for sign ing bad cheeks and also the theft of autos, and federal authorities are on his trail. PHON IT 73 for baggage wagons Prompt service. Peasiey Transfer .i Storage Co. Adv. 24 and 25 ar, the telephone number, of The Capital News. tf BEAUTY SPECIALIST TELLS SECRET A Beauty Specialist Gives Simple Home Recipe to Darken Gray Hair. Mrs. M. 1). Gillespie, a well known henuty specialist of Kansas <'ity. re *' r h« 1 '' Rave out the following stntc ment regarding gray halt : lure at home, at very liltie cost, that will darken gray hair, and make it soft and glossy. To a In,if pint of water add 1 ounce of bay rum, a small box of Barbo Compound and *, ounce oi glycerine. These ingredients can lie bought at any drug store at very Utile cast, or the druggist will put It up for you. Apply to the hair twice a week until the desired shade is ob tained. Tins will make a gray haired person look twenty years younger. This is not a dye, it does not color tlie most delicate scalp, is not stiekv or greasy and does not rub off.— Adv. Est. 1808—8th and Main • A. complete showing of Quality Rugs at prices which represent the highest type of genuine values —House Furnishing Dept., 3rd Floor. OoOOOOOO« oOoOsOiO O oO 0 oôeOvo OeOOfi oe 080 0<J ô o cOcosO m Tn refurnishing youv complote liome, or possibly just a room **r two, don't fail to sec our choice collection of rnys. The assortment covers a wide variety of rich colors and attractive de signs—in fact, our present stock is the largest we've had for years. OI course, you can rely upon tlie qualily and tlcsirabiliiy, for we sell only such qualities as we know to be thorouj>hly good, dependable and absolutely satisfactory. As to the prices, we wish to emphasize the fact that, despite market conditions , shortage of rug ma terials and high present-day wholesale prices, youll find our prices lower than the same qualities can be obtained for a few months later. Just to give you an idea of our preparedness to supply you with a de sirable rug, we publish this list. y e '\ill bo ver\ glad to have you come in and see 1he entire stock. Rugs (Size 9x12 ft.) 1 i- Mahal Royal Wiltons, each $80.00 1 Heavy Axininster at...... 5g.ii0 4 Wilton A civets, each..... .Vu'o *> Seamless Velvet?, each.... MS,A") if Good Axmirisfers, each. . .. M k00 1 1 Seamless lipussels, each. . . 32.00 Rugs (Size 6 x'.* ft.) 2 W iitoiis linen fringed) each •j Mahal Royal Wiltons, each. 0 Seamless Velvet Rujrs, each. M Seamless Brussels, each. . 2 W ind and Fibre Hups, each. 1 Extra Heavy .\\miuster at. . 852.50 50.00 20.50 1 8.00 1 0.00 30.00 Rugs (Size 8 ft. 3 inches by 10 ft 6 incite*) 11 Mahal Royal Wiltons, each *75.On ! W ilton YHvet Hup 1 Linen 1 i inyed W ilton at. . , «».,>« i ^ Good Axininslers i .) Seamless Brussels, each......828".75 Odd Size Rugs fringed. . . $70.00 2 Mahal Wiltons, linen fringed, 3 Klearflax Lint !> ft. 9 in. by 12 It., each $70.00 each 10 Seamless Velvet: by 10 ft., each 2 Mahal Wiltons, size 0x9, each linen 4 Seamless Velvet; 9 ft., each . $35.00 30.00 i/o 7 ft. 0 in. bv ........$27.00 size 8 ft. 3 in. .......$3 1.00 i/e s ft. Iiy in ft.. ........'. $35.60 1 Klearflux Linen, size 9 ft. by 12 ft., «it ..................$48.00 W p have a very good assortment in these sizes. 27 by 54-inch Hugs in Velvets at *M and $3.25. Small Rugs N\ iltmi \ civets nl $5- and $1.50. Rest Wiltons at $8.50. MG by «'M - in. Rugs includes the Mahal Royal W iltons at $1 1 and $15. BUICK TRUCK FOR $ 350.00 We have contracted our jitney mail service to Weiser and wish to dispose of our small Buiek Truck. Has five practi cally new tires worth about $200.00. Will sell for $350 0ft cash. JUST THE CAR FOR LIGHT DELIVERY. This is an exceptional bargain but we wish to dispose of it quickly as we have no further use for it. % CAPITAL NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Phone 24 or 25.