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Judge Dunn Directs Callahan to Pay Wife $G200 With Which to Defend Divorce Appeal Case Celebrated. liitsbun.l Ims rs. .Urs. 1 IpU'M iltidavit in the h .hide Rob 1ÎHS. Dis l riel .lud« I ; ! I selling forth I ! ; • ; *. ,1 _ ight tin i :i.- c SAYS SHE HAS NOT BEEN PAID. I'n her a 1 fid; vu Ali- « 'a lia him s ;., t . s ' I'barging that i •Vatl'-tl tin • .rt .••■-• Callahan has filed . a bst riet court over wie rt X. Dunn pr« id« that she is «1« slit ut-- am'l ur -hi«- to n tain attorneys to defend her divorc case in app' .il. She s. ys h«*r husband las not paid be < »n Septcnd'ci R. X. I catai rend by Jam« s ! * ' d'Alene mb c, l ay Mrs. 11« I« property ; J::i L*:r.» >uit mon* III the decision Dunn. All. <\.lk.b . Ilbsoltltr dix Cl c, • and a « « nmtn i • • c ni «'a lia ban v> it ti sustained. Subs« «p appealed to the snpi « a I la I la 11 askcl fo with! Judy I Dl - 11 <• 111 all«l ii.st 'a that Mr evil that b i I (All. AH AN MAM r- i in It V. -if. II. II I ....... A • DECLARES DEMAND EXCESSIVE. <■- Ur, In (V I: Inn fur I V.ithf i xl.-r H,-r «-.III : . .'•ml will mu , 3-Vithcr tom- i b Vork in I los I thaï Ib,n I ■ 1 in tin «luplo « M'l-ml !" - I: > Hjula. .Mom • ■ • FA 1 th. H« ftl it bur v lb .1 t - . , - < r i-ioo«'. • .-" , ..f-. Jill ; go D til i I) .Uni' ; ;. . ; t « . 1 M, - F; ilia ll;i tl -'*«.<• «« or i ! ! • ■ : • . *. before th« no.* . , .1. ,! ,■ ! i id „ninH Mr. GqlUihc' to pc tb a,. M to M. r • ' ' 1 ; 1 1 1 ; « n «-n ..-i i*« i '•■!>! ,i v t li'Kb Don ? fc "loriure Your Child? TO MOTHER '! St-c your tiid- one's terror at the vry thought oi ?. ci.n; of castor oil, miner .1 oil, calomel o r pills. I gh ! Cascarcts "work" better, safer, surer on the tender little liver, stomach and bowel , besides C carets tarte like candy. Even iv : ous, constlpated t sick kiddit coax fur tins harmless «.undy cathartic. Each 10 cent box of Cascarets, the pleasant candy cathartic, contains directions and dosage for children aged one year old and upwards. When (the little one's tongue turns white, breath feverish, stomach sour, there is nothing better to "work" the nasty bile, souring food and constipation poison from the child's system. Uivc Cascarets, then never worry. High School Notes ____.___ / CADET APPOINTMENTS. 1 The result ' of the examination given last Friday morning for offiv rshiji in i i, t, i„ , the high seb«»«« 1 cadet corps wore no ii in* •« I tips u u«riling by ins; ; < t W. Fielt Si* f. r or the past l'< w « '•• ■ > IM« •tcher ii.«s b ■ n lit era ly b««i uith in«|Uiii«'s from anxious a -pi: and the anno» incemcnt tins mo came as a rein •f. and was enthus call v r<c« iv« «1. jiarticukuly by the Id eh cess fid mend xi s. I All but a few of tli ; t ho exa nun a I ion, ill« ! are as follows: Sidney Cross, a popular member and I vie«- president of the senior class, re I ( ei\ed the high« at rank obtainable, that ! of first lieutenant. 'Purge Wright, an other of the senior class, was in ole second lieutenant. The other members vho passed a successful examinai i*»n will receive the following appoint ments: First ranking duty sergeant, Willard lb an; s-• « • » n*i ranking duty sergeant, Allen Brown; right guide, Harold Austin; left guide, Kdward Lit t«M.\ : Hire« tit her s.rgcaiils. John «in enleo, Frank H«*ll and Robert Cra ; gin. Nine members received the rank ..I c.,rp«mds Van P«t«tson. <iuy W il - • lia las. W ither Neal. Kmil Sum/.. David Mcl-'aiblen, I*«>1« Thompson, Roil Silent. .McDonald Kwing and James Cliapman. :n" i • < « 1 : ■ * • i! i - .an lie- i.vultv 1 - ■ maHu i ll given them by Air. Fletcher, l*'<cli mend«« r was gi\en an opportunity to b .cl Ui«' ••no. oi 11 sonic linit\ and » v. « ■« -n no ,. -.win • that the m.ci ' -tress was I ; » i « I. Much officer will in I the fin wca r ; be insignia of his rank. NAME COURIER OFFICERS. The liui-a High School Stu«l« nt coun cil held an imperial!', me ting Wednes day afternoon after school hours. The most important action taken was the election of lie 1 Fourier oHic«as. The Courier is the high school p;»p«*r, g«>t up B a s k f: i n A i [ COURT PROCEEDINGS. } district; court. «mat I : i \l. Hyde, to |o :« and I«) of . be i ;• Of the deceased. >«,; - sion for pur filed Wednesday by I ««(h Wed - 11. Foster : instruct Accepts Things as They Come, Knowing When Employment Arrives It Will Start With a Rush that Will Mean Hours. Tbt* second letter in the series from Lieutenant Robert L. Nowise, with the French army of occupation, which arc being published exclusively in this pa per, relates how lie and his mates have finally gotten a chance to relax a bit after their strenuous work with the; wounded. The letter follows: ' Nov. 4. Winter is upon us and we ; are beginning to value highly the three; -he« t ir«m trench stoves that were car ried around all summer with the great est reluctance. Fortunately our house is more or less intact, with a fireplace in three of its rooms. The windows und doors are lacking, but. nothing is easier than t«» improvise with a blan ket. a sheet of galvanized iron, or tar j imper. At this particular moment i things are rather «iuiet With u.s, ni«»st 1 of our 'customers' being sufferers from i he Spanish 'flu.' Life is that wav. A I week ago we were rushed: ail our 1 i ambulances were going night and day.' Drivers were going asleep at tin* wheel. ; done in for lack of rest. Cars were! j breaking under the strain. We then pray d for a respite, in which to re«u - gani/.e our schedule and repair our cars. The stream of wounded lessened, thin mied out. and finally censed. The men slept. They repaired the ears. Still no i work. They did some of the unessen tial tiling' that are usually left to a 'repos. Still no work; some of Hie yoUi'g«-r and least, thoughtful, are '■«<• to In to g» stale fi tb«- mon« i the Tin lot et lie al I little m«*re. 1 \ an a fin« ; nut change j witli itnyb.iil'-, but they certainly touch I 11 be two poles «•! variant character. j ' I l.ave licaid nothing from Norman j in - Ids letter telling of his commis- j slot). Ho is ( ommanding a section* somewhere at th« front. It is my de- j \ out w ish that our sections may even tually drift into the same .sector. "Tb* war situation is very in tore: rnug. I I m a I.curbed in watching « \ many • position grow daily more unten able. Without an ally (Austria broke away yesterday», without, sufficient food or munitions, without her original large man power, without her former demi «god Ludendorf. without a friend in the workl, it in now up to her to 'carry on a back and heart breaking struggle with the certainty «>f eventual obliteration, or pay the largest debt (hi financial and commercial; Waysi in the b.story of tin world. As 1 said, it is very interesting and it is wonderful t«, be alive at this moment, if for no other reason than to s« « flu abi.ve come to : Colds Cause Grip and Influenza. LAXATIYi: UlUi'l« > Ql'IXINI-; Tab ASK SIXTY DÄY PAY FOR THE SOLDIERS Former Governor Gooding Of fers Valuable Suggestion to Solons Now in Session Here — Would Recognize Boys in Uniform. u1i.ni! ml «bl I 1 ho loj « N I TOS yod bin , I« uihdativo asFd after acapiaintr ship of evory hood, h« f» li tb:it tlu bly was the rupml of ; had V»r« ■ « d« «I it. T would like 1«> s « 1 iru.; "tb. losisla 1 urt nuan**i iali/.u Cross fur i' ihd mom slat nr* .\h. Hoodin.q; tfiiloiu • in tlu- prosont ibly, «\pbiininir that «•o with tho incmbf'r äisb.turo sinc'o stat« sont assotn f tboso that I Mr. Good pas., e" «»f : i law provid f scrvhe without money, without a job. «and with no home to which t«« r« tarn. I am heartily in favor of the a«t ion hoincr taken t«> appropriate targe sums' I of money for the relief 0 f people ! other lands, Vu.it wish t< » urge on th«' nttenfion of all the neoessity of n««t forgetting our own heroic* soldiery. Th« living, as well as the (bud, ôffoi« «l themselves a sacrifice p, the world's freedom, and so far as possible should be reinstated in civic lif,. W ith the sain*» or better opportunities than each! had enjoye«l before eomm« iu ing theii army service." ill g that rach di»r hargod soldi« !' should b« laid at 1« st days pay In addi tior t«» whatc vor is «lue on (ic •ount «» f term ««f serv i •e. Me ar e all • roud of ««nr sol-lir ri the y hav • ad « « .1 im sur.-ibly U th glut \ of the ir conn t r \ M:in> -f th< in \ ill k ive the j 1 ; j I j j j ÙCj Or OVAR DEPARTMENT IJNITEI) STATES' Spruce PRODUCTION Corporation T OGGING and Lumber Concerns, Con tractors, Communities and Municipalities proposing or projecting Logging, Land Clearing, Rec almation, Irrigation, Road and Highway Building— will find in this Government Sale an unequaled oppor tunity to procure Machinery and Equipment. SEALED BIDS SEALED BIDS will be received on these listed materials, until 11 A. M. Saturday, February 15th, and thereafter opened at the Headquarters of the United States Spruce Production Corporation, Yeon Building, Port land, Oregon. Personal inspection of materials is invited to be made at, Assembling Depot, Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, Washington, by securing Creden tials from Sales Board at. Headquarters, Yeon Building, Portland. For Terms, Descriptive Catalogue of Materials and Placing of Bid*, AddresB SALES BOARD United States Spruce Production Corporation Yeon Building, Portland, Oregon wmrnm DONKEY ENGINES Logging, Hoisting and leading Willamette, Tacoma, Smith & Wataon, Washington and other make». 6iz»s ranging from 6«i-in. x 10-in. to 13-in. x 14-in. RAILROAD EQUIPMENT Rails . 684 Ton* . 40 Tons . 26 Tons . 147 Tons .1727 Tons . 499 Tons . 56 Tons .2581 Tons 5030 Tons .2910 Tons 20-lb. Relayer . 20-lb. New 35-lb. Relayer . 40-lb. Relayer . 46-lb. New 45-lb. Relayer . 54-lb. Relayer . 60-lb. New 67Vi -lb. New... 80-lb. New .... Locomotives Geared and Rod, 36 to 70-Toa. Shays, New Yorks, Baldwins, Heislers,, Climax, etc. Logging Trucks Connected and disconnected, 60,000 to 80,000 capacity. TRUCKS and AUTOMOBILES Trucks Packards, IVi to E-Ton Standards, 1'4 to b-Ton Dart», 1'4-Ton, Denbya, 2-Toa Boldens. 2-Ton Velies, 1 '4-Ton Uniteds. 1 '4-Ton Gramm-Bemsteins. 2 Vi-Ton Kederals, 3 -Ton Garford?, 3'-»-Ton oAutomobiles Cadillacs, Seren Passenger Dodges, l ive Passenger Fords, Five-Par. enger A C. ELECTRIC MOTORS 440-Telt. 3-phase. 60 eyrie, 3 to 75 H. r , svith or without starters Other Machinery and Equipment for Sal« The Sales Board Réservai the right, to arrept or reject alt Bids. riUummuimiiitiimii, ,: i. 'ii^fiiiuijcVii/iit.'iifii iii iiiiuMiiui'utiNiMit/ti^ 3* PAYETTE LIS' CLUB Ten Members Unbidden and Un paid for Guests at Expense of Movie Owner Coughanover, Then Spring a Surprise. ihr* I .imr Kil (principally of om post'd \s pr«.m • ■i. 1 >v Watkins' ini" lire show li ual I .iking Mills m tin front « itlinitt any on. of th" Imnch pa ' I'rtiu in thgli So.-i.-t>- was tin ling title of tin- show -.vjii.lt wa l-t '-gi'. w hen the J <1 . lab na n pi "ft Ha h- Stout at 'Tl Inautilnl 1 heater mn ' VitiKltano ? after his Uatighti r. The tl -..... Was .lark.-tieil at ll.i I into the In men entered. Tin y . : llvC-.I right past the tjeliet m lie p ami laicet i - .a i % i r a ta I pro. • efleil el.-ar t., lie- front row. This nth-red the ti-la-t Knun.i •d b\ Iv« li ât n«itill«'d Mdimgi'r <!Uf»s1iunctl. tlie ti di.ln't l<V««Hii'/..' ug ha non i'. W lu tlu'ii ;iske«l tli«' li-kot d she j-« «iz« «l only tlu w«U known l'a\ «•ti Lit loi •kl\ fl-i.-'h'Hl thrnuqh'UJt Mr. Fini i; h. i n « r s mind ami lu « « t j « » \ . i Hio jnk«- lmaolv. l 'ut. lu a««! b;i k at tlu joki'sniitbs In trm* < 'ou^hanour fashion. Urd«Tina the pi« Huo st*»ppod for a momont, bo protomb«! to Huy tlu* bun oh in a mail' m r tl. ! woUbl bus« boon a vmli! t«« Koos« \ It. \V hen be linislo «I t ««.mtina them Mr. ('oughanour ehtnklod ploo fully. Tllo 10 mon a ros«- in tlu ii* s« . ' I thankod Mr. Fouprhanour profti-« ly. Then Dr. Hurd, on«» «a tho wilful a«l«l ■ « «I Mr. < '« «il" lia n< a ami i«l: "Y«>ii were not pros« nt at tho hulpre tonight so wo brought y«»u Hu e of olTiro," ami he proeoe«lod to •n Mr. < 'oughanoitr's o«»at a loige bonnl sign b« arinjg the ins« ri|»ti«m b I'resldoni," This little act ea usht Mr. « '«»iigba nour unaw.ir« s and lie was uoinpletely stumped for a minute. The members of the club who perm - injtrated this out arc George Kozuo, 'druggist ; \Y. F. Sherwood, brick niamt facturer; Michael Harris, orehardist; H. Hurlaiul. past master state grange; M. F. Wood, merchant ; J. ( ». Ib.wker. stockman : Harold Shake, druggist; Will Wells, «alitor Entcrpris«*; Dr. T. Holmes, Dr. U. H. Hurd. ---— 24 and 25 are tho telephone numbers of The Capital News. tf Guaranteed Satisfaction or Your Money Back BEXAI.L MCBBEIt t a M » 1 » S nrt* made id' fine rubber: maile in the ni ns I praelieal. must seieniifie. most careful ^ w a \ i m i s - i l U. • : made by rubber experls who know how I" put praidieability ami ser\ ieealdlily into rubber goods: made with re! imum'iiIs ami patented improvements thnl inerea-e popularity throughout the home- of our eim I oilier Pliai i- win HI.XAIJ. represenl- the maximum i Ai.rn s i i ; \ i « ; i ; satisfaction in n.d \n at* ttle- and Founlain S\Tinges. s. I oimidtl illulll. i n unis are d « i real I ! ri I a i 11. m St i lb xall Stures In- uiilv stun tltrougliiHit s w here the the Eniteil 1 goods miiy KANTLEEK BOTTLES AiMD SYRINGES 1 '!u• x rau t leak bceaii-t' flies ;i |-i- liuuli' III lUH- 11 1 1 ' I ' I ■ . "I '"It pliable I'uia Uiiblu-r. Itiibiu-I' Ilia I I'M'Is g .....I Hull will mil 1 1 <• 1 1 • « I « • 11 anil ci'nek lluil xx i ! 1 11» > I sliek lug- , lli«T m- leur. Tin* Imi ul leek i- guar ,'ilileeil iivaiu-l leakage for two \ ,-ar- II Cau l Leak for il ba nn seam- I" "pen up no pali-bes In wm-k louse im bilutings I" rip oil' \\ aler Mollies ...... $2.75 Sxi'inges............ $3.50 ö MAXIMUM BOTTLES AND SYRINGES inaile of all rubber, heavy gauge, reiul'oi'ecil, oxerlapped seams. Iiamlsorne embossed -urfaee. fitted with exlra large rapid flow tubing and four serew pi|«es. irrigator, bent vaginal, reetal and infant. Fine Hnbber. Moulded Con si ruetion. Long Service. Gunr anleed Not H> Leak for Two ! ears Water Buttles........ $ 2.25 Fountain Syringes..... $ 2.50 Other Rexall Rubber Products *Nhu» v W iii'-f Kettles ( :: «n i ix bury Water Hot tics < J qt.) -Mill Fountain Syringe ( Kim \ali Water K.itlle (Iilm i____ [>gn lonogra ni t!r«';ist Pump l««nograni Infant Syringes... fnungrum K«'«'tal Tube .... p.nogi «m Col.an Tu ho ..... P'lmgram Nipplr» Shield ... P-imgi un Sanitaire Spray .. laximum Face Hag ......... ..... $1.25 ..... $1.50 .......$3.50 $3.00 .....$1.25 50c ,25c and 50c 60c 60c 25c $2.50 $1.00 Maximum Massage Bath Spray ............$2.50 Maximum lee f'ap........... $1.50 Maximum Invalid Kings ...............$2.25 up - Kantle«k Far and Fleer Syringe............60c Kantleek Bulb Syringe...................$2.50 \merican Beaut,\ Bath Spra\.............$1.50 Anierteaii Beauty Bulb Syringe.............$1.50 Uoxhui v Expanding Douche ..............$2.50 Petite Baby Bottle ................... $1.00 Combination Attachments— Rexall (Kluc) $1.50 Maximum (Chocolate) ......................$1.00 American Beauty (Red) .....................$K00 The Best In Drug Store ( hinds.'' I0Y DRUG STORES BOISE AND IDAHO FALLS BOTKIN JOY DRUG CO., CALDWELL "The Best In Drug Store Service."