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RaUCTANT TO
ATTEND BERNE
LABOR PARLEY
Question of Representation at
International Conclave to Be
Decided Today; Gompers
Consults Allied Leaders.
PEACE MISSION WANTS
U.S.LABORITES THERE!
Federation President Declares
Huge Hun Propaganda Fund;
Sent Berne to Aid Boche
Cause; Wilson Aloof.
By LOWETJi MELLETT.
Paria, Jan. 30—The important ques
tion of whotbr r the American Foder
ation of Labor will bo officially rep
resented at the International Labor
anil Socialist congress in Borne, was
to be sett led today. A decision was
expected to be reached at a confer
ence of Samuel Gompers with British,
French and Belgian laborites, who are
opposed to tin international confer
ence and want a separate inter-allied
labor meeting.
The situation as It now' exists Is:
The American p»-aco delegation has
intimated rather clearly that it pre
fers to haw the American labor rep
resentatives attend the Berne meeting
because they know the international
delegates are pledged to work in every
way possible to further President Wil
son's program.
GOMPERS OPPOSED.
Gompers, however, not only is op
posed to admitting German and Rus
sian delegates to the meeting but
charges that a great German propa
panda fund has been sent to Berne
for the purpose cf influencing the
proceedings In favor of the central
powers.
When Wilson talked with Gompers
recently he did not commit himself
further than to ask whether Gompers
were going to Berne. The latter then
told the president he had uncovered
information here regarding the «al
leged G rman propaganda fund. The
president expre ssed surprise.
Absolutely ignoring the attitude of
American labor, the. British govern
ment which sent Arthur Henderson
and other labor leaders to Berne—al
most with it bl ssin , has arranged
to receive reports of the proceedings
Ainerl
direct
froi
n Henderson.
The
cm i
ieace
delegates wil
1 rec<
such
repor
Is unless of fie
daily a
eel Ini
nor r<
.'presentatives
are
the ci
cmgre
ss although
other
can:
will
represent the
de legt
elve no
ccredit
sent to
Amcrl
ration in
Berne.
WILL SEND BERRY.
If Gompers finally decides to ignore
the Borne conference the American
peace delegation will l*o reprcs< ntr 1
by Major E. Georg« Berry, former
president of the Pressmen's union, j
who some time ago was appointed n i
"bason officer" between the peace j
delegates and the labor représenta- j
fives.
Pome members of the American ]
Feder tion of Labor party her« are
inclinin '- toward the belief that .as the
war is over, this should remove!
Gompers and bis associates, have
been inactive since comin
aside from a few meetln
ers who are to attend the
ferenre
Belgian labor delegates declared to
day they would not meet with German
rep re ■ ntat.ives in Bern© until they
had consulted the Belgium labor coun
cil.
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FLICKER OF HOPE.
Springfield, Ul., Jan. 30.—-Flicker of
hope for the "wets"—Speaker Shana
han names Assemblyman Brewer chair
man of the temperance committee of
tho Illinois assembly.
Î Easy to Make This
; Pine Cough Remedy
? Thnnt..is,I. of fanilUr« «wrnr by it.
• prompt r«*snU«i. Inexpensive,
and H«vfH about $2.
\ou know that pin« is used in nearly
all prescriptions and remedies for coughs,
iiie reason is that pine contains several
peculiar elements that have a remark
able ell'cci in soothing and healing tho
membranes of the throat and chest.
l*ine is famous for this purpose.
J'ine cough syrups are combinations of
pine and syrup. The "syrup'' part is
usually plain granulated sugar syrup. !
To make the best pine cough remedy !
that money can buy, put 2 Va ounces of
rinex in a pint bottle, and fill up '
with home-made sugar svnip. Or you
can use clarified molas*«*, honey,
©r corn syrup, ins;cad of sugar syrup.
Either way, you make a full pint—mure
than you can buy ready-made for three
times the money. It is pure, good and
Very pleasant—children take ifc oagerlv.
You can feel this take hold of a rough
©r cold in a way that means business.
Tho cough may be dry, hoarse and tight,
©r may bo persistently loose from tho
formation of phlegm. Tin* cause is the
same—inflamed membranes—and this
Pinox and Syrup combination will stop
at,—usually in 24 hour* or less. Splen
did, too, for bronchial asthma, hoarse
ness, or any ordinary throat ailment.
Pinex is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine extract,
©nd is famous the world over fur its
prompt effect upon coughs.
Beware of subst itutes. A«k your drug
gist for "2V* ounces of Pinex" with
directions, and don't accept anything
rise. Guaranteed to give absolute sat

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BOLSHEVIKS REPORT
CONTINUED SUCCESS
AGAINST THE ALLIES
London, .Tan. 30 <' ntinued success
es on all fronts wer • reported in the
Bolshevik! official communique re
ceived by wireless from Moscow to
day.
"In the Archangel region, we cap
tured villages," the communique said.
"Forty versts (20.t) miles northeast
of Plasetzka, wo pr* sod the enemy
1 aek to tiie mouth of the Narovar
river (on the Gulf of Finland.)
"on the west front we occupied
Droino.
"On the south front Garkovk and
Mitrafono were raptured.
"On the Perm, recent several vil
lages on the left bank of the Kama
river were taken.
"Ekaterinoslav was wrested from
tho Fetlurians" (followers of General
Pet Hi ra, commander of the Ukraniun
peasant army.)
CONVENTION WESTERN
RETAIL LUMBERMEN
GOES OVER A MONTH
The annual convention of the West
ern Retail Lumbermen, scheduled for
Feb. If». 20 and 21, in this city, has
b«m postponed until a year hence on
account of influenza conditions pre
vailing in many states, according to
Sherman, of this city, general
!.. r. mu rman, or tins city, general
chairman of the convention, who ad-jher
vised that the action taken was a re-,
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suit of a vote of the board of directors.
The thanks of the organization has
been ext ndod to all business men in
|the city who were co-operating to
make the convention a success, and
; o to those who offered the use of
for their convention ball.
NOW TELLS ANOTHER TALE;
POLICE THINK HE'S "BUGS"
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Chicago, Jan. 30--James R. Monroe, j
self-styled private detective of St.;
Louis, who yesterday insisted ho
killed Mi .]• -ephinc McDonald b.
itting 1e r while driving an nutomo
G ilo lu re last week, today as stoutly
denied the story and created a n<
one in which he tm»k the part of an
■• •.va t, d. iertcr and rubber. ;
' • * vine, names, places, minute .le- I
tails < ■ the bei ng which he after-J
I ni» d, ho repeated with tho j
xaetness, details of »net bee
ward
same exactness, d
'dory declaring that lie was wanted
t. r larceny ol $100 from an East St.
Louis barber. Police were Inclined
to believo Moroe mentally irrespon
tdtle.
CALIFORNIA GUARD CAMP
ONE BAKER WOULD KEEP
Washington, Jan. 30.—Abandonment
of 14 of the 16 national guard camps
and purchase of all national army can
tonment« was urged by Secretary of
War Baker before the house military
committee today. Camp Sevier, South
Carolina, and Camp Kearny, California,
are tiie guard camps Baker wanted to
keep.
CORN GROWERS PROTEST.
Washington, Jan. «30. —Corn belt
farmers are sending vigorous protests
to their congressmen against the war
trade board's lifting of the ban on im
portation of Argentine corn.
In their behalf, Senator Hitchouck,
Nebraska, has asked the food admin
istration whether measures have been
taken to meet Argentine competition.
Recent announcement of the lifting >f
the embargo caused a sharp drop in
American corn.
Artist Experts to Fick Super
Beauty in Gotham at Chu Sin
Chow Ball; Other Than Fac
ial Splendor Considered.
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Kyes—T
intelligonc
.Tan. 30.—Here are the
or a perfect woman, as
by Howard ('handler!
Christy, Penryhn Stnnlaws and Hur- !
ri- < n Fisher, famous illustr.ators, who j
will pick the prize beauty of New York :
at tli - ('ini Sin Chow ball tomorrow J
Mold:
Nhc A pug nos« will ruin the I
■'hanet ;! of a woman with the body of j
a Ye iua. Christy declares. The nose j
may lu Raman or Greek or any other'
'• pted style but it must not be pug;
Chin Strength Is requii
chin—not masculine strength but fein- !
iuinc strength. Crown Prince chins
will not pass muster, the judges agree.
must have the lustre of
in the
Ha Ir—Thick
■'hade; natural
liistri
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shoulders.
trv/r-p
ust sit with
dignity on
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EVERY MOVEMENT.
Torso The «artists agreed that facial
beauty alone would not make u win
ner. Every movement, graceful or
otherwise, will be counted in the score,
Stnnslaus declared.
Limbs (legs)—They must not be too
long nur to., short for the body. The
same goes for arms.
"A. woman s limbs may be too Ion
for her body and her head either small
or huge. Bhe won't do" said Christy.
"Her nose may be pug, her hair thick
land lustrous, her chin weak, but her
Hhe won't do.
>k far a woman who may
body perfect,
' A\ o will lo
tal1 or short but whose limbs fit the
.length of her body, whose head sits
Avith dignity, whose nose fits her* facial
Composition, whose eyes have life, rind,
w'«''bovo nil, whose face radiates intelli
nonce."
FACE NOT ENOUGH,
Penryhn Stanlaws said
"A woman may win the golden apple
even if her face Is not so beautiful a 3 j
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some other. Wo will watch b>r a wo
man who combines grace and beauty hi
poise, carriage and movements when
walking and dancing."
"Th. ro will be many beautiful women
nt the bail," said l-Iarrison Fisher. "Of
I ourse, they may bo of all sizes and
shat, s «and the selection of a. queen of
j beauty will be difficult. Facial beauty
alone does not make a winner."
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NORTHWEST CASUALTIES
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Adolph
IDAHO.
'Wound'd severely -Piirate
Hnclzle, Rogerson.
In h > pital, previously reported mlss
i g --George Henry, Boise (marine).
WASHINGTON.
Hied from wounds Private Charles
)liver, Aberdeen.
ORECON.
Died from wounds Private John
Engle ton, Eagle Point.
Missing- Corporal Carl O. Brown,
divert • ,vn ; Privates George Schubert.
Y.rvallLs; Georg - A. Wilkinson, Port
; Missing i
The following* casualties are report
cd by the commanding general of the
American expeditionary forces:
Killed in action .................. 30
Died from wounds ...............
Pad of disease ..................
everely . ..............
action .................
Total
FOUR TRANSPORTS DUE
IN U. S. FEBRUARY 3-4
in
sick and wounded.
Washington, Jan. 30
The transpori
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due February 4 with
the 51st regi
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out, coast artillery; bt
tse hospital J
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York casua
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iinpn.nies 226 and 230,
and over 601 )
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The transport C'edrlc, Brest for New
York, is due Febrvary 4 with tiie 44th
and ttGth regiment coast artillery
casual company 234 (Illinois.)
The transport Peerless, Bordeaux
f'-r Newport News, is due February 1
with ono casual company 24 (Cali
fornia.)
The transport Western Ocean, La
pai! Rochelle for Baltimore, is due
February 3 with one casual engineer
CRUISER FREDERICK BACK
WITH 1547 OVERSEA MEN
New York, Jan. 30--Th© cruiser
Frederick today brought home 1202
men and 21 officers of the 330tll in
fantry including field and staff head
quarters company, medical detach
ment, headquarters first battalion and
men from companies A, B, V and D
î They will be sent to Camp b'herman,
(>hio, for demobilization.
There were also on board four of- |
I Beers and 153 men of the 466th aero j
• aquadron regular army; two officers
! ard 152 men <>f tho 492nd aero squad
ron from Camp Meade, and ten casual
©fficers.
Some Food For Thou»,tit.
I'eoplo «.verywherc nro bupimuiu: to
i rrnliüo ttiat it pnys to buy medlcinrs
that have an established reputation as J
they are most trustworthy und most!
dependable. Chamberlain's Cough j
Remedy is one of them. It has been I
In use for almost half u ce-Wury. From j
î small boirinniiipr its sale und use has j
î xtended to all parts of the United !
States and to many foreign countries, j
When you have s cough or cold give
it n trial and realize for yourself whut |
an excellent medicine it is. All deal- j
era.—Adv. TThS I
Warner's
Rust-Proof
Corsets
"Dove"
Under
Muslins
MAKE IT RIOI1T
STORES
A Unique Sale of
Antique Laces
and Trimming Braids
Measure them off yourself. Pay your own price.
( Antique—Relating to antiquity. Very old. A piece of ancient art.) ||
Yes, they're very old—so old that we don't know exactly what to call them, ~~
except that they're laces and trimming braids in many designs and various §E
colors—a "heterogeneous mixum gatherum" of a little of everything that can ==
be used for trimming purposes. =E
But, to make a long story short—WE DON'T WANT THEM but if you =E
do, price need not stand in the way for you can have them at just what you ==
think they are worth to you. SEE
There are hundreds of yards of black and white lace edgings and inser- =
lions ami there are mans patterns that really look very desirable. The braids ought §Ei
to go like wildfire with braid trimmings so much in vogue. ===
No limit is placed on the number of yards to a customer—take all you =5
want to measure off and you may measure on a yard stick or from the tip of your ==
nose to your hand. ' ' =5:
On Sale Tomorrow Only 1
Roost for the Western Dairy Show February 10.
WEALTHY CHICAGOANS
CALLED TO TESTIFY
SECURITY LEAGUE QUIZ
Chicago, Jan. .30,—Wealthy Chicago
ans, connected with the Chicago chap
ter of the National Security league,
were to appear before a congressional
committee investigating the league here
f'duy. Chairman II. IT. Merrick, head
of the chapter, denied yesterday his or
ganization was connected with that in
New 1 ork. He declared questioning of
congressior a 1 candidates rega rding
tioir war stand was proper because the
congressmen were public servants.
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With All IV? y Heart I Wish
You God Speed
By DAVID IILNSHAW.
Theodore Roosevelt in
sendintr the American
Committee for Relief in
the Near East u cheek for
v ! urn î covering his con
tribution from the Nobel
Peace Prize Fund) said:
"It \yis n great pleasure
to hear you -peak at • .hrist
Church! The plight of
your countrymen--the As
syrian Christians and the
Armenians--and the high
devotion and gallantry
shown by the Assyrian
Christians and the Armen
ian'. have commended the
ileepest sympathy and the
most unqualified admira
tion of tho American peo
ple. As 1 listened to your
account of the dreadful
situation of your people,
my heart was so moved
that 1 wished it wore pos
sible for all our nation to
have vividly brought home
to them the facts that you
presented. With all my
heart I wish you God
Speed m the work of re
lict you have undertaken
for the Christians in
W estern Asia. And par
ticularly do I wish you
success in your effort to
raise sdO.OoO.OOO for the
maintenance of the tons
of thousands of Christ
ians, and the other refu
gees and sufferers, wher
ever found in the Cauca
sus. in Persia, behind the
British lines, or in the in
terior of Turkov.''
"W ith all my heart I wish you Cod Speed in the work of relief vou have under
taken for the Christians of W estern Asia." And with that wish in'his heart a for
mer president of the United States sent his cheek for $1000. Words, then Deeds.
"By their works J'o shall know them." What ure you going to give?
ADA COUNTY BRANCH AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RE
LIEF IN THE NEAR EAST.
S. E. BLAINE, Chairman. C. J. McKEE, Treasurer.
At Boise City National Bank.
If the solicitor does not see you, make your contribution to the local treasurer.
THia Advertisement Contributed by the
BOISE OPTICAL CO.
-~th,TDE OF SOUP KITCHEN
41'ren «ctuftl itatoffr»pfc.l
DES MOINES STREET CAR
MEN DEMAND PAY BOOST
Des Moines. Iowa, Jan, SO—Dos
Moines street ear men today de
manded a bln: boost In salary asklns
a scale ranging from 55 to S5 cents
an hour. This is an Increase of from
14 to IS cents an hour. The Des
Moines City Hallway company has un
til March 1 to decide on acceptance or
rejection.
The company pops Into federal court
Monday to nsU a seven cent fare, fol
lowing the city council's refusal to
ifrant it.
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$100,000 ARMY SUPPLY FIRE.
I Leavenworth, Kan., Jan. 80.—More
(than $100,000 worth of supplies today
I were believed to have been consumed In
ja fire which broke out from an tin
j known cause In the quartermaster
building of the United States discipli
nary barracks here last night.
HARRISON WOULD BE MAYOR.
Chicago. Jan. SO.—News reached
heie todijy that Carter H. Harrison,
five times mayor of Chicago, has left
Paris and is on his way home to enter
the mayoralty rare, as an Independent.
Harrison was doing Hod Cross work In
Branee.

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