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mflBI ELECT
OFF»; CLOSE
John H. Fayle and M. S. Vaught,
New President and Vice
President ; Speeches by
French Captain and Others.
At the closing session of the fourth
annual convention of the Idaho Cattle
and Horse Growers' association, held
at the Isis theatre Feb. 19 and 20, John
H. Fayle of Dubois was elected presi
dent, M. S. Vaught, of Maekay, vice
president, and L. E. Dillingham, secre
tary. Judge Clay Vance, president of
the association for four years, declined
re-election. Mr, Dillingham is the pub
lisher of the Idaho Ranger, official
organ of the association. A subscrip
tion totaling $2660 was taken up from
members, and an assessment of five
cents a head levied on all stock owned
by members for coming year.
The convention was one of the larg»
est attended und best that has ever
been held. The fifth annual convention
of the association will be held at Pay
ette. Weiser and Pocatello made strong
bids for it.
The Thursday afternoon session was
featured-by a speech by Captain L. G.
f Roederer of the French high commis
sion to this country. When the cap
tain was introduced, every man in the
audience of some 250 jumped to his
feet and gave three hearty cheers for
France; a means of paying honor to
our ally which made the officer blush.
CHEER FRENCH CAPTAIN.
During his speech, which was one
of the best heard at the convention,
Captain Roederer paid a beautiful tri
bute to this country, and said that the
Rliiance between France and the Unit
ed States hud been so fruitful that !t
must be continued forever by inde
structible friendship. He then went
into the cattle industry conditions in
North Africa, where he has a 5000
acre ranch, and told how the French
government sought continually to work
with the natives of Africa and assist
them to develop the wonderful re
sources of that country, but that Ar
abs and Musselmen have but one idea
j DRINK A GLASS
! OF REAL HOT WATER
I BEFORE BREAKFAST.
8aya we will both look and feel
I clean, sweet and freth
and avoid Illness.
Sanitary science has of late mac
rapid strides with results that aie ui
untold blessing to humanity. The lat
est application of Its untiring research
Is the recommendation that it Is as
necessary tekattend to internal sanita
tion of the drainage system of the hu
man body as it is to the drains of the
house. «
Those of us who are accustomed to
feel dull and heavy when we arise,
splitting headache, stuffy from a cold,
foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom
ach, can, Instead, feel as fresh as a
daisy by opening the sluices of the
system each morning and flushing out
the whole of the internal poisonous
■tagnant matter.
Everyone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should, each morning before
breakfast, drink a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate In it to wash from the stom
ach, liver and bowels the previous
clay's indigestible waste, sour bile and
poisonous toxins; thus cleansing,
sweetening and purifying the entire
alimentary canal before putting more
food Into the stomach. The action of
hat water and limestone phosphate on
an empty stomach Is wonderfully In
vigorating. It cleans out all the sour
fermentations, gases, waste and acidity
and gives one a splendid appetite for
breakfast. While you are enjoying
your breakfast the phosphated hot
water is quietly extracting a large .vol
ume of water from the blood and get
ting ready for a thorough flushing of
all the Inside organs.
The millions of people who are both
ered with constipation, bilious spells,
stomach trouble, rheumatic stiffness;
others who have sallow skins, blood
disorders and sickly complexions are
urged to get a quarter pound of lime
stone phosphate from the drug store.
This will cost very little, but Is suffi
cient to make anyone a pronounced
crank on the subject of Internal san
itation.—Adv. j
GET AFTER THAT
COU) RIGHT NOV
Got right after it with •
bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery
8Fie never let a cough or cold or east
of grippe go until it grew dangerour.
She just nipped it when she began to
sniffle or cough before it developed
seriously.
Men, women, and children of every
•ge have used this preparation for
fifty years as a prompt reliever. All
ages are using it today because of its
positive results.
Gene rous size bottles. 60c and $1.20.
Constipation Corrected
Pr. King's New Life Pills tonight
mesa cleir bowels, a clear head, clear
thinking, a day well begun in the
■taming, good digestion, clearing skin.
Mild in action but sure and comfortable.
At'drug stores overywhtre. 25c.
£
In life—to get the most out of their
holdings w4th a minimum of Inbor.
He gave a little llluetratlon of how
the native women of Tunls'mllk cows at
times which convulsed ills audience.
He said that the Amble cow will not
Rive milk when separated from her
calf, and then when the offspring does
die. that Its skin Is filled and the wo
men approach the cow, hearing the
dead calf, and Imitating Its voice is
nearly as possible. The mother gonor
| ally Is deceived, and gives down her
milk.
EXTEND FEDERAL CONTROL. .
Other speakers at the session em
1 phasized the necessity for federal con
trol of the open stock range. Senator
John I) Robertson of Washington
I county. D. R. Hubbard, appraiser of
the Spokane federal land bank, R. F.
Bicknell, state food administrator, T.
\V. Tomlinson, secretary American
Livestock association, nnd M. J. Kerr,
district employment agent, were all in
favor bf such action.
Mrs. Fred Rosene sang "The Ameri
cans Come," and "When the Boys Come
! Home," accompanied by Mrs. E. A.
Baker. Both selections wère beautiful
ly rendered, and pleased the audience.
The members of the association were
extended an invitation to attend the
[livestock conference in Spokane, Feb.
; 26, 27, 28 and March 1, by John H.
Roberts, secretary of the Spokane
: Union Stockyards company. Seth D.
! Jones, Idaho county legislator and
j county chairman for the growers' as
; Hociation, spoke on matters of interest
pertaining to stockmen as to legisla
tion.
NAZIMOVA T*
IN
EYE
FOR
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EYE
A STORY MORE WONDER.
FUL THAN ARABIAN
NIGHTS.
A PASSIONATE LOVE
STORY OF A GIRL OF THE
DESERT.
GREATER THAN CAR
MEN—MORE GLOWING
THAN SALOME.
A GOLDEN ROMANCE OF
ARABY.
A PLAY 80 GRIPPING,
SO INTENSE, THAT THE
BEHOLDER IS TRANS
PORTED WITH WONDER.
NO INCREASE IN
PRICES
MAJESTIC T0DAY
ivirsjLO ■ TOMORROW
DOROTHY DALTON
THE 8TAR OF THE
"FLAME OF THE YUKON"
IN A PHOTO-DRAMA
DEPICTING THE INSIDE
8TORY OF THE CABARET
QIRL'8 LIFE
STRAND
TODAY
TOMORROW
All the Gilt and Tlnael of New
York's Cabaret Life—and all tha
Reality and Drama that Llea
Baok ef it.
COMEDY - SCENIC
IN ADDITION
Rub Pain, Ache, Soreness and
Swelling Right Out With
"St. Jacob's Liniment.''
Rub It on a sprained ankle, wrist,
shoulder, back or a sprain or strain
anywhere, that's when you realize the
magic In old, honest "St. Jacob's Lini
ment" because the moment It Is ap
plied. out comes the pain, ache, sore
ness and swelling. It penetrates right
Into the Injured muscles, nerves, liga
ments. tendons and bones, and relief
comes Instantly. It not merely kills
pain, but soothes and heals the Injury
so a quick recovery Is effected.
Get a small trial bottle of "St.
Jacob's Liniment" right now at any
drug store and stop suffering. Nothing
else sets things straight so quickly—
so thoroughly. It Is the only appllca
lion to rub ori a bad sprain, strain,
bruise or swelling.—Adv.
Tour auto licenses are past due. Call
at Assessor's office at once. W. A.
Kincaid. —Adv. tf.
REW SPRING
BLOUSES
in crepfc| <K ohino
and georgette.
$3.98 to $9.98
Caé/vJîaflac
NEW SWEATERS
in both wool and
silk.
$2.98 to $22.88
Box Coat Suits
are unquestionably smart. These come in
Serge, Poplin and Gabardine. Some models
are belted, many feature vestees.
Exceptionally priced from
__ $16.48 to $37 .98_
Capes and Dohlmans
As in the suits, vestees, braid and button
trimmings are being featured. Serge, velour
and silvertone come in all the popular shades.
Priced from
$11.98 TO $36.98
New Spring Dresses
Of Serge, Jersey, Georgette and Taffetas in
all the popular new styles.
S7.48 TO S25.00
THE NEW SPRING
MILLINERY
We are now
showing a large
selçction of new
shapes in Gage,
Fisk and several
other lines, ut
very popular
prices.
$1.98
TO
$12.98
New Spring Silks in Dazzling Array For Less
NEW DRE88 SILKS
8PECIAL
One special lot of beautiful chiffon
taffetas and aatln messallnes ln 25
of the beat Spring ahades. Including
black and navy blue, 66 Inchea
wide; others ask
62.25; yard ......
$1.49
HEAVY 8ATIN MAJESTIC
$1.09 YD.
Beautiful dresa aatlna 36 Inchea wide
In a fine line of new spring colors;
extra heavy quality, soft and lus
trous; special d f*Q
at, yard ............... vlaDv
ALL SILK CREPE DE CHINE
YD. $1.49
Fine lustrous crepe dé chines In a
beautiful line of colors suitable fur
waists, dresses and
underwear, yard ...
WHITE PONGEE SPECIAL
Snow white real Imported all silk
Jap Pongee, suitable for waists and
underwear,
yard
200 FANCY DRE88 SILKS
YARD $1.49
Handsome taffeta and satin Rtrlpes,
rich plaids and monotone stripes In
a wonderful range' of colors; 36
Inches wide,
yard .......
$1.49
$1.49
$1.49
Wash F abrics-Domestics, Sheetings and
Bedding to the front with special values.
TOWELING
17 Inch bleached heavy Toweling,
suitable for kitchen and 4
roller töwels. yard ........JLvv
Checked Glass Toweling, pink and
white, blue and white checks, 15
inches wide, 4
yard.......................JLUC
CRA8H TOWELING
16 Inch unbleached linen crash
SST. ............12 l-2c
50 doz. large size Huck Towels with
fancy red borders, 4 0 4 Bn
each ............... XJU
PEQUOT SHEETING
Snow white Pequot Sheeting,. 214
yards wide,
yard ......................V JC
HEMMED SHEET SPECIAL
72x90 bleached hemmed Sheets, good
heavy quality, pure and free from
any dressing, seam- ffi4 QQ
less, each ............. gpJL.Usf
81x90 bleached hemmed Sheets,
seamless linen finish, C4 ff ff
The real genuine bleached Pepprell
Sheeting, 2 Vi yds. wide,
very special, yard ......
53c
FEBRUARY SALE OF GOOD CURTAINS, SCRIMS AND DRAPERIES
36-lnch new Spring Ctirtain Scrims and
Voiles, some with fancy lace edges and hem
stitched edges; your choice of
white, Ivory or ecru at, yard ........ «Uv
60-lnch fine, firm Curtain Marquisette; has
fine silky finish; a wonderful \ Qg»
value at, yard ......................tvv
36-lnch fine, firm, two-thread Curtain Mar
quisette with tape edge; comes
In white, ecru or Ivory, yard ........dVV
36-INCH FINE CURTAIN NETS,
25c YARD
New Over Drapes in all the wanted colors, in
cluding Hose, Blue, Brown, Green, Tan and Gold,
suitable for any room in the
home; 36 inches wide; yard ....
49c
CURTAIN 8PECIAL AT, PAIR 98c
98c
Lace Net Curtains, 2V4 yards
long; pair .........*........
PILLOW SLIP 8PECIAL
25 dozen of good quality Pillow Slips; made
from good, heavy, staple tubing; 9Cgu
size 42x36 inches; at, each ..........ADC
New Arrivals in Fine Footwear for Spring
As Spring approaches one is quite naturally confronted with the problem of seasonable footwear. We have
recently received several new numbers in ladies' Spring boots, also some snappy pumps and oxfords which you should
inspect at your very earliest convenience.
Here Are Some Real Values in Men's
Footwear
LADIES' Chocolate Brown kid turn
boot of extra fine quality, 8 Inch top,
leather Louis heel, plain toe; a very
pretty boot and an ex
ceptlonal value at ...
A NEW ONE In Ladles' Chocolats
Brown kid, with 8-lnch brown cloth
top to match, 134-Inch military heel,
Imitation stitch tip. A good look
ing boot of good
quality, at.......
LADIES' HAVANA Brown kid turn
oxford of splendid quality, with lea
ther Louis heel and plain toe, Is
stylish and a good
fitter, the pair ....
A NEW BOOT—Ladles' Chocolate
Brown all kid 6-lnch top, 13-8-inch
military heel, medium
vamp, the pair.......
LADIES' PATENT colt pump with
2-Inch leather Louis heel. An Ideal
spat pump ........... $4.98
LADIE8 BLACK KID turn pump,
with Louis heel and plain toe, and
truly Is a real OB /JA
value at...............
$9.00
$6.48
$6.49
$6.98
LADIES' BLACK KID oxford, with
extra high arch, 2-Inch leather Louis
heel, imitation Up.
Priced at .........
$5.49
LADIES BROWN KID oxford with
1 Vi-Inch military heel, Imitation
stitch tip.
Priced at ........
$5.98
LADIES' BLACK KID oxford, 1*4
inch military heel, linl- 01 QQ
tatlon tip, the pair.....VTavU
LADIES' EXTRA quality brown kid,
hand turn pump; leather Louis heel,
plain toe. ÆQ
The pair ..............
GENTS' GUN METAL mat top blu
cher, made of good prime stock with
medium high semi-round toe, Good
year welt soles.
Priced at.............. «JW. i O
MEN'S GUN METAL blucher. Mun
son last, overweight Goodyear welt
soles; grain leather Inner soles nnd
leather counters. Your money's
worth In this shoe "and ffiff! \ Q
then some;" the pair ..
MEN'S GUN METAL blucher of
good quality with medium toe and
good McCoy sewed and pegged
Priced at,
the pair .........
BOYS' GUN METAL mat top shoe,
splendid quality, English toe and
blind eyelets; a good looker and
will wear. Price, 64
BOYS' BOX CALF button shoe,
made on the Munson last, white oak
tan soles, good heavy Inner soles
and leather counter.
Price, a pair.......
olrs.
$4.75
$3.79
MEN'S BLACK Viel blucher, cak
tan, Goodyear welt soles; has a wide
roomy toe and good fitting erch; Is
finished with a cushion Inner sole.
Gents desiring comfort and conser
vative style should see this shoe.
Price. fl» A rmm
a pair ................. tJO» f V
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ONE LOT galvanized tubs, No. 3, damaged In
shipping, but all repaired and guaranteed not to
leak; |1.76 value. Special
while they last ..............
ONE LOT 6-qt. all pure aluminum kettles with
patent drainer cover, 61,93
value, special ................
CLOSING OUT one lot of house paint for In
terior and exterior use, In 13 different colors In
quart cans only,
special .....................
$1.29
kettles with
$1.29
; for in
colors in
65c
COMPLETE LINE of Jap-a-lac In all colors, in
sizes from 1-8 pint to 1 qt„ also enamels, var
nishes and stains.
NEARLY ALL COLORS In K&lsomlne to be
mixed with cither hot or cold SQ/u
water, a 5-lb. package for ......... vvv
WE ARE STILL selling the battle
ship O-Cedar Mop for only.......
12 DOZ. Wizard Furniture Polish,
60c value, Saturday ..............
$1.00
43c
DINNERWARE
42 piece set white and gilt dlnnerware, American
seml-Porcelaln, first quality, a 0n AO
special big value for......... 6|llf.aPcl
42 piece set Mori Murl Japanese china, beauti
fully hand decorated AAP AA
border design ...................vZwqUU
27 different patterns of dlnnerware to select
from and all In open stock, per set, from
$3.98 $25.00
BIG CAR LOAD FIRST CLASS DEER
FLAT POTATOES
on sale all day Friday and Saturday, February 21 and 22.
Will sell for a dollar and a half per hundred pounds, F.
0. B. car. Call at 501 South Eighth St. with your own
conveyance. 'Phone 2229-W.
OHAS. MORTIMER
NOTICE
Idaho stands second In the United States for Its clean Manhood, ac
cording to the Official Statement from the office of The Adjutant Gen.
eral In Washington, and why Is such the case? Because we have treated
successfully a great number of men Inducted and these have passed the
physical test and have been found suffering with no venereal dlitSN.
We have done our bit in the war as we have plaoed fighters on the sea
and on the land to make 'The World Safe for Democracy."
We treat and eradicate Acute and Private Diseases of Men and
Women as well as Skin and Blood disorders. The Old Standing Bladder
and Prostatlo troubles of men aa well as those who by abuses or ex.
•cesses have lost that ambition essential to virile manhood.
Our results speak for themsslves and by the report sent out we fcave
been weighed in the balance and found that we have delivered the coodm.
Consultation free and Invited. Everything In strictest confidence.
THE IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY
6, 7. ^ • and 10 Odd Fallow.' Bldg.
■•lee, Idaho.

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