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Clergy of Boise to Lend Voices Sunday; Prominent Leaders to Help Launch Movement for Hew Y. M. C. A. The first public activities In connec tion with the raising of $165,000 to make possible a modern new home for the Botse Y. M. C. A. will be an ora torical volley to be discharged from the pulpits of the principal churches Sunday. In addition to local speakers, Several prominent Y. M. C. A. leaders from other cities are coming to help launch the movement to put Boise on the map, "associattonally speaking." It Is expected that a complete schedule of the appointments for the day will be available tomorrow. Three of the visitors assured are L. L. Brecken rldge of Twin Flails, Ivan B. Rhodes of Portland and Ernest L. Mogge of Los Angeles. The churthes which have thus far extended the courtesy of their pulpits are the First Methodist, First Presby terian, First Baptist, First Congrega . tlonal, Christian, Wright Congregation al, United Presbyterian, Immanuel, English Lutheran, Second Presbyte rian and St. Michael's Cathedral. Some of the ministers will personally pre sent the'Interests of the association. 750 INVITATIONS. Seven hundred and fifty invitations have been issued for the business men's dinner Monday evening at the Owyhee hotel, when the campaign will be Inaugurated with stirring addresses and a "get together" spirit essential for success. L. L. Breckenridge of Twin Falls, recently returned from France, Is a prominent business man who speaks with conviction as to the work of the Young Men's Christian association. Ivan B. Rhodes came back from a responsible relationship to the overseas work of the "Y" early In February. He Is Interstate secretary of the association In Oregon and Ida ho. Fred Lock ley of Portland and connected with the Oregon Journal is the third man on the program for Mon day night and he, too, reached the fighting zones as a special correspon dent. The dinner committee, of which Joel Priest Is chairman, desires it to be un derstood that attendance at the ban quet is open to nil business men and that It Is Impossible to reach all who might care to be present with a print ad invitation, hence a special invita tion Is extended through tho Capital News to all others. Reservation may be made In advance through Joel Priest or Secretary Richard E. Randall. Ac commodation is assured for the first 250 acceptances. NO SOLICITATION. There will be no financial solicita tion either at the churches on Sunday or at the dinner Monday evening, the SHOES FOR THE From Foochow, China, comes this letter from R. E. Gardner, Fqpchow College: "Neolin Soles have solved the shoe problem for me. Other soles wore out quickly on the rocky roads here, and I had no end of trouble with them," he writes. Where other soles fail, Neolin Soles always stand the test of hard wear and rough usage. This fact points the way to economy. Buy Neölin-soled shoes for the whole family, and so save shoe money. And have Neolin Soles put on your old sHoes, too. These durable, flexible, and water proof soles are scientifically made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.. Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to outwear all other heels. Hfäk^oles All motor vehicle licenses are past due and must be paid not later than the first Monday in March. • W. A. KINCAID Assessor Gst Your Copy of "Beautiful Ohio" Tho moot boautiful waltz rag svtr writton. At SAMPSON'S frnUw Fwnùtur» 11th and iMam St*. fPhMM 559! AMERICAN CAFE 70» MAIN ST. Chinese dishes. Noodles ¥ our specialty. Mer short orders. Music and frem U s. m. to 1 s. m. purpose of these 'gatherings being to create a better understanding as to what Is involved in the new Y- M. C. A. movement and its significance to the city. Manager Edgar Crooks of the "Amer icans" was compelled to extend con gratulations to Manager Frank New house of the "Nationals'' last even ing, when Captain Clinton H. Hartson of team eight reported at the cam paign headquarters with the signatures of 10 men for his team, being the first of the 12 captains to complete a team of workers for the drive. The other captains are busily engaged In lining < p their associates and thus far have xet with an encouraging response. Captain Hartson's team will be made up of George H. Klersted, B. B. Bliss, Charles E. Winstead, Thomas D. Vick rey, Henry Whitson, Charles A. Groves, H. R. Neltzel, Samuel Blaine and 16. S. Gwaltney. MIDWAY Midway, Feb. 27—Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Coverdlll visited relatives in Nam pa Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robinson and daughter, Mildred, visited at I* B. Hanleys near Caldwell Sunday. Glenn Wolcott of Nampa, who was recently discharged from Camp Lewis w r as a vlstor at R. C. Frys this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Faubion and children of Nampa visited at R. C. Frys home Sunday. J. M. Young of Claytonla visited the week-end with Ills brother, L. J. Y'oung, and family. Evelyn Marks Is spending several days with Sibyl Taylor north of Nam pa this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Newbry spent the day Tuesday at J. N. Clyde's home in Nampa. Earl Campbell of Caldwell, formerly of Midway, arrived home Saturday evening from Newport News, Va, where he has been in training for several months. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holt returned tho first of the week from a week's visit in Boise. The Burbank Federation meeting will be held in Caldwell Saturday, March 8. P. M. Fisher and family of Cald well visited F. M. Traill and family, Sunday. Mr. Fisher and family aro moving to Oregon. The regular monthly P. T. A. meet ing will be held at the schoolhouse March 7. Mnrlon Smyth of Boise visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Smyth, Monday night. Midway Red Cross auxllllary will continue to meet each Tuesday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., through March and will then be discontinued. There ts much refugee sewing to be done, and all ladies are urged to help. Miss Verda Sutton of Nampa was a guest Monday night at A. J. Firkin's home. Ora Lewellln of Deer Flat spent the week-end at C. A. Williams' home. Mrs. Fred Jordan has been 111 all week with tonsllitis. Miss Mary Hulbert, Dorothy Wilson and Mrs. H. A. Oedu were Laldwell visitors Monday. Miss Main spent Saturday and Sunday at the A. B. Cooper home In Boise. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dory of Nampa and son. Gilbert Dory, of Burley, Ida., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dory and family were visitors Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hulbert's home. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Channlng W. Crnpster et ux to Lizzie E. Snell, $1500, lots 7, 8, 9 blk 1 of Aiken's Second Addn. to Eagle. Durbin L. Badley et ux to Marla Wil llamson, -170, EV4 lot 1. all of lots 7 and 8 and EV4 lot 12 blk 1 Cottage Home Addn. to Meridian. Frank D. Maxwell et ux to Benjamin A. Diesel, $1.00 & o. v. c., NV4 blk. 182 O. T. Boise, subject to prior conveyance I to Mary Vernon: St4 lots 11 and 12 blk 1131 O. T. Boise subject to prior con I veyanco to Norman Gratz; also lots I 19 and 20 blk 14 Highland Park Addn. ! to Boise. I Axel P. Ramstcdf ct ux to Raymond I J. Cluen, $4000, lots 17 and 18 blk. 9, j Highland Park Addn. to Boise. I Edith R. Day and Warren F. Jay to Isabella C. Ensign, $3000, lots 7 and 8 1 blk 1 Locust Grove Addn. to Boise. I C. A. Carter et ux to Laverne L. Sul livan, $10 & o. v. c., lots 7, 8 blk 8 of Highland Park Addn. to Boise. Emma Maud Ross and Mark A. Ross to John W. Beckdolt, $5100, NW14 SW«4 sec. 24-2-1 W except lots 13. 14. 15. 16, 17 blk 3, and except lota 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 blk 4 and except streets and alleys In Smith's Addn. to Kuna. Harvey V. Grisham et ux to George Vanwinkle, $15,000, W% SE14 sec. 31 2-1 E. and that part of lot 2 sec. 6-1-1 , E. N. of U. S. R. S. canal, sublect tQ I mortgage of $1000, and mortgage of $6600. ' D. R. Hubbard et ux, Fremont H. Teed et ux to John W. Bechdolt, $145, lots 4, 5, 6 blk 24 Townslte of Kuna. I J. A. Martin, bachelor, to John W. I Bechdolt, $125, lots 15, 16, 17 blk 3 of I Smith's Addn. to Kuna. I Margaret C. Ustick to Nettie J. Hed jberg, $1.00, blk 22 town of Ustick. I Nettle J. Hedberg and J. E. Hedberg I to John W. Roberts et ux, $2400, blk 122 Town of Ustick, subject to mortgage of $1350. CUT THIS OUT—IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mall it Foley Co., 2835 Sheffield Aye., Chi cago, 111., writing your name and ad dress clearly. You will receive in re turn a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds ahd croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for pain in side and back; rheumatism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments, and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole some and thoroughly cleansing cathar tic for constipation, biliousness, head ache, and sluggish bowels. Whitehead's Drug Store.—Adv. t th s. Cough Medioine for Children. The fact that Chaqiberlaln's Cough Remedy gives prompt relief and pleasant and safe to take has made „ a favorite - with the mothers of young children.—Adv. T.Th.8. Piano moving made easy. 7 $. Pdasloy Transfer A Storage Co.—Adv ® ■ r * tho telephone number* •f Tho Capital News. SAVE YOUR 1R IT WITH "DANDERINE" Spend a Few Gents! Dandruff Disappears and Hair Stops Coming Out. Try This ! Hair Gets Beautiful, Wavy and Thick in Few Moments. If you care for heavy hair, that glis tens with beauty and Is radiant with life; has an Incomparable softness and Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Just one application doubles the beauty of your hair, besides It Immedi ately dissolves every particle of dand ruff; you cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair If you have dandruff. This destructive scruf robs the hair of Its strength and Its very life, and If not overcome It produces a feverish ness and Itching of the scalp; tho hair roots famish, loosen and die; then the hair falls out fast. If your hair has been neglected and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily, get a small bottle of Knowlton's Dan derlnc at any drug store or toilet counter for a few cents; apply a little as directed, and ten minutes after you will say this was the best Investment you ever made. We sincerely believe, regardless of everything else advertised, that If you derise soft, lustrous beautiful hair and lots of it—no dandruff—no Itching scalp and no more falling hair—you must uso Knowlton's Danderine. If eventually—why not now?—Adv. i t ' MOUNTAIN HOME Mountain Home, Feb. 27.—Miss Edna Morrlsos, who has been teaching school at Feathervllle, returned home Wed nesday, school having discontinued. Mrs. Frank Black of Bruneau Is vis iting friends in the city. Captain Winters and daughter, Miss Evelyn F. Winters, of Feathervllle, stopped over in Mountain Home on their way to Boise, where Miss Winters will attend school. Mrs. A. A. White and daughter. Miss Alpha, left Wednesday for Bynam, Mont., where they will visit Mrs. Whito's parents for a few weeks. Mrs. White will return to Mountain Home while her daughter will go to Califor nia, where she will take a Bpcclal course In a business college. Miss White Is a teacher in Link's business college. Tex Riley was taken to Boi«. Tues day for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Berg are spend ing a few days In Boise this week. Thomas Trathen was transacting business in Boise Monday and Tues day. Dr. George D. Bishop of Twin Falls was a Mountain Home business visitor a few days this week. Mrs. Clara Youmans of Columbus, Ohio, arrived Wednesday and Is a guest at the Hotel Mellen. Thomas McClellan of Bliss transact ed business in the city Wednesday. J. D. Adams, Bob Nafee and E. E. Ellis of Boise were Mountain Home business Visitors Tuesday and Wednes day of this week. Mrs. T. Tall of Botse is spending a few days In the city. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Halverson of Bru neau came over Wednesday. Mrs. Hal verson is visiting friends whllo Mr. If Your Stomach Is Out of Order Take Bi-nesia If you don't feel Just risrht after eating —if you have that full, bloated, uncom fortable feeling—the chances rfFe 100 to 1 that three Bi-nesia tablets will relieve the pain, discomfort and distress in less than five minutes. It's guaranteed to do this or It costs you nothing. Just deposit 50 cents for a package or Bi-nesia with Joy, Whitehead or any other reliable druggist in whom you have confidence and give it a thorough test. Eat too fast, too rrrtch, too late at night, food that's too rich, or do anything else that usually upsets your stomach; then take 3 or 4 Bi-nesla tablets. If you aren't delighted and astonished with the result, the test will cost you nothing—you can have your money back for the asking. Always ask for Bl-nesla, the little tablet that's guar anteed to bring comfort and relief to dyspeptics and stomach sufferers every where.—Adv. OLDS Head or chest— are beat treated "externally*' with /iCtfsV^POl _ IUR BODYGUARD" - 30P. 60* THE CHESAPEAKE CAFE Will be opened for business Friday morning. Fab. 21, 1919, undor Now Man agement. Ws guarantee to give satis faction. Give us a trial. ROCKS & WILSON, PROPS. 113 N. 9!5 Soils. Idaho. Ws specialise ta Diamonds, Watch»* Jewelry sad Silverware, of tbs de pendable kind. Our Wadding Rings will wear forever. Green-Griffin Co. 90S Main St Tho Busy Jeweler*. Buy W. S. S. and help win tks war. Halverson Is attendlhg to business mat ters H. M. Butler of Ogden was transact ing bustnasa In Mountain Homs a few days. Mrs. Helen Burnett of Halley Is vis iting friends In Mountain Home. ^Charles E. Smith of Portland Is look Ing after business In the city. Mr. and Mrs. Reed of Caldwell are spending a few days in Mountain Home. C. L. Stoneman of Gooding transact ed business In the city Wednesday. t Mrs. J. F. Noble of Bruneau Is vis ' Iting friends in Mountain Home this week. J. T. Ray of Denver Is spending a few days in the city looking after business Interests. C. Loury of Caldwell spent Tuesday In Mountain Home, a guest at the H L. Braden home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown are visit ing friends and relatives In Boise a few days this week. Matt Spang and R. s. Klncade of Grandview were business visitors the first of the week. WEATHER CONDITIONS OVER THE COUNTRY Shippers' Forecast. Protect shipments during the next 36 hours against the following minimum temperatures: Going west to Baker, 22 degrees; east to Pocatello, 20 de grees. Minimum temperature at Boise tomorrow, about 30 degrees. General Weather Conditions. The north Pacific storm has moved rapidly Inland and is now centered over the southern Rocky mountain states with a trough extending thence north westward to tho Straits of Juan de Fuca. The advance of this disturbance haB been attended by precipitation over a vast area covering the Pacific coast, southern plateau, and northern Rocky mountain slates and the Mis souri alley. Following the passage of the storm center temperatures have fallen west of the Rockies and the weather in that region is now about seasonable. In the upper Mississippi valley and the Missouri valley, tem peratures are below normal. Getting Rid of Colds. The easiest and quickest way to get rid of a cold Is to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This preparation has oeen In use for many years and Its value fully proven. No matter what remedy you use, however, care must be taken not to contract a second cold before you have recovered from the first one, and th,.re Is serious danger of this. A man of middle age or older should go to bed and stay In bed until fully recovered. It is better to stay In bed three days at tbe start than three weeks later on.—Adv. t th s. Colds Cause Grip and Influenza. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab lets reemove the cause. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. AV. GROVE'3 signature on the box. 30c.—Th PHONE 73 for baggage wagons. Prompt service. Peasley Transfer & StvrK,, Co.—Adv. Let us mount your head and tan your hide. R. W. Limbert, Boise. Ida. tf THE OONOLUDINO CHAPTERS OF «TARZAN OF THE APES" FROM THE BOOK BY EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS THE CATACLYSMIC ROMANCE OF PRIMEVAL MAN AND MODERN MAID MIDST JUNGLE WILDS AND PALACES This is the REAL supsrpieturs you havo bean waiting months to soo, tho mighty Cinema Drams, pieturing with massiv» and overpowering offset tho strango adventures that befall Tarzan, primitiv» noblsman, and Whits King of an African' ape-tribe, who follows the beautiful white girl hs has rescued from death in ths African Jungles to her homo amid ths regal magnifiosnos of eivilizod society where love loads him into paths mors dangerous than thsaa hs trod in his native wilds. FILLED WITH 80 ENE 8 OF WEIRD POWER THAT WILL HAUNT YOU FOR DAYS You will ass Tarzan résous a white man from ths jaws of an infuriated lion, and diapatoh the boast before your syss with a sheath-knife. You will too Tarzan fight six savage cannibals at one time, and dispose of them with his naked hands. You will ms Tarzan himMlf rescued frem death by a glgantio wild elephant—his faithful frisnd, Tantor. And you will also see Tarzan fight ths greatest battle of his .earner in a crowded ballroom to protect ths honor of tho boautiful American girt for whose love he has left the jungle. You will soo Tarxan lured to ths apartments of a beautiful adventuress who both loves him and aMks his ruin. You will see his raging fight for life with her accomplices. You will sas Tarzan*» repudiation by his former jungle companions when he returns to hlg old haunts. i You will ms tho bMutiful ending—which is bast of all. PRICES: MATINEE AND NIGHT ADULTS ""'"tax 2* MAJESTIC THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY CHILDREN ADMISSION 1Sa WAR TAX 1« mM. ELKS ENTERTAIN ÄT Members of Antlered Tribe at Home to Many Friends—Jest and Song, Boxing and Wrest ling on Program. Approximately 400 Elks and their friends, state officials and members of the legislature frollced made merry with Jest and song, smoked, were en tertained by clever Bklts and an ath letic program, partook of a sump tuous "feed'' and generally had a good time at the "smoker" of the B. P. O. E.. 'held in the lodge rooms Wednes day evening, Feb. 26, In honor of the state's lawmakers. Major Fred R. Reed, In his usual Inimitable manner, was master of ceremonies, assisted by Joel L. Priest. The festivities were held In the big lodge room of the or der, the Boise Municipal band furnish ing music. Exalted Ruler O. W. Worthwlne. with a short address of welcome, af ter which Joel L. Priest was asked to accept the honorary position of co chairman with Major Reed. While he was taking his chair, a noise was heard In the rear of the hall, followed by wild shouts In some foreign ton gue. * Major Reed proclaimed a "Bol shevlkl movement on" and taking a huge bomb placed It near the au dience and lighted Its fuse. Immediately, with loud exclamations of angry Jargon, five "Bolshevlki dressed In red neckerchiefs and look ing like typical ''Wobblies," dragged In a huge box marked in large let ters "T. N. T." This they set beside the spitting bomb. Suddenly, the bomb exploded, the box flew open, out popped Uncle Sam, the band played "America," the crowd sang It with a will and Uncle Sam asked for three cheers for America which were given. Major Reed then announced Uncle Sam as the Elks' Idea of a league of nations. Joel L. Priest gave a talk filled with wit and humor, followed by a recita tion by Earl Wayland Bowman of one Of his own selections, "Irish Mag," a story of a woman he knew when he was a cowpuncher on the Kiowa range. Lead by Adjutant General Wilson, two soldiers bore In a soldier bearing the Stars and Stripes, and a soldier and sailor for escort. Bethel Collins recited "The Red Cross," followed by Mrs. Fred Rosene singing "Homeward Bound" In a sweet voice. Major Reed called loudly for "Of ficer Robinson," a diminutive young man dressed In policeman's clothes with a helmet that came down ove, his ears entered carrying a double barrelled shotgun. He was or dered to find Seth D. Jones, legisla tor, and place him under arrest on a charge of being the world's largest "Brother Feds Sick! He Wants a Candy Cascaret" To Mothers! You will avoid worry and trouble by giving your children Cascarets instead of nasty Castor Oil, Calomel and Pills. Children look upon Cascarets as Candy ant} never refuse them even when sick, bilious, feverish, constipated. Besides Cascarets cost only to cents a box. 0rl Nothing else works the bile, sour fermentations and poisons from a chtldfr tender stomach, liver and bowels like good old harmless Cascarets. They never gripe, never injure, never disappoint the worried mother. Give Cascarets to children aged one year and upwards. Directions on each 10 cent box. cowboy. This was done; Jones and Robinson, 365 and 145 pounds respec tively, looking like David and Goliath. Jones was tried, obliged to act as his own attorney, made a speech and was acquitted by the audience-jury. The athletic events Included a four •'Kid Mcx," and Battling Dodson and round bout between A1 Nelson and Ray Rose. The wrestling event was between Chet Camp and Young Mor gan. Representative Jones refereed. 24 and 25 are the telephone numbers of The 'spital News._tf ADVERTISERS! BRIGHTEN YOUR ADS WITH APT ILLUS TRATIONS. FOR SUITABLE AND EXCLUS IVE CUTS ASK ROSENHEIM Idaho Bldg. —Phono 492—Boise \ FUNERAL 8UPPUE8. McBratney & Co. carry In stock the very best of funeral furnishings and Bell them at reasonable prices. Only undertakers In Boise who own an auto hearse, therefore .Independent. Pries of hearse In city, 87.—Adv. tf Your auto licenses are past due. Call at Assessor's office at once. W. A. Kincaid. —Adv. tf. CHIROPODY AND ELECTROLYS IS'. Room 318, Overland. Dr. D. E. Arm strong. Adv.