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MPH ikard Considers State as Pos sible Site With Boxing BUI Enacted; Ne va do Works Hard to Land Super-Bout. lew York, March 7.—Boxing enthu >tar throughout the country were 'liant today aa a result of the ac of the Nevada legislature yester i in passing the measure permitting round contesta in the western state, e assembly passed the bill over vernor Boyle's veto last week anil senate indorsement clinched the Her. Many believe that Tex Rick 1, promoter of the WUIard-Dempsey ivyweight championship bout, will :ide to stage the flght In Nevada, or Idaho where Governor Davis has ned the 20-round boxing bill. Although a number of eastern and ddle western cities are bidding for match, boxing devotees inclined ■ongly to the belief that the big fight ould be decided in the west, over I longer route. The chief objection the eastern and mid-western offers the fact that only 10, 12 and 15 und fights may be staged. Rickard's contracts with Dempsey 'ligates the promoter to notify smpsey 60 days before the contest 1 st where the action will be laid, he promoter has the privilege of lng the scene of the flght even ter his decision has been made but must give 10 days' notice. WED STARS ENTERED IN N. Y. CHAMPIONSHIP |New York, March 7.—More than 150 (itries have been received for the Na onal A. A. U. senior indoor cham fonships here tomorrow night, it was nnounccd by Chairman Frederick W. [üblen. I The II Ht includes many famous ses. Eight national champions are atered in the standard broad Jump. The one-thousand-yard race will irlng together Joe Ray of Chicago, Pom Campbell, Baker Stout and sev rai other stars. Carnegie Public Library Notes. Saturday the remaining reels of the Lincoln Cycle," "Sons of Democracy," rill be shown at the Majestic theater inder the auspices of the committee in harge of children's movies, which has ad charge of this feature of the work f the children's department of the lubllc library since April of last year, 'entrai, Longfellow, Park and IVhlt ier schools are requested to come to he first performance at 9 o'clock; Sarfleld, Hawthorne, Lincoln. Lowell, Washington and the Children's home it 10:30. The committee further announces that four of William L. Finley's reels Df bird and animal life will be shown on March 29 during the annual bird Week recognized by the library. Fol lowing is a list of the reels: 1. "Children Building Bird Houses and Making Friends with the Birds." 2. "Sea Birds." 3. "Animals of the Yellowstone." 4. "Miscellaneous reel of birds and animals, showing bob-white quail, ducks, hawks, owls, coon, skunk, weasel and coyote." The "bird identifying contest" has proved very popular and 91 contest ants have entered to date. Bird story hours will be held ln Carnegie hall on March 8 and 15, a special feature of ,which will be a series of "Kellogg bird records" loaned the library by the Sampson Music company. Recent additions, children's depart ment: Arnold & Gilbert—Stepping Stones to Literature, Vols. 1, 2, 3 and 4. Bryce—Fables from Afar. Coe & Bryant—Story Hour Readers, bool* three. Lorenzlni—Plnocchio. Norton—Heart of Oak Books, Vols. 1, 2, 3 and 4. Perkins—Japanese Twins. Perkins—Mexican Twins. "Birds and Nature" (January-De cember, 1918), Illustrated by color pho tography—Gift. WelcomeNews For B nnion Sof ierers We lave Beta Authorised hr the Maker* ol rAUYFOOT te PuhUuh This Unusual Oiler It see srarafferla« from en obturions Bunios —aa matter hew lorn or painful it may be— emr her. aed rat a box of FAIRYFOOT—xt*e It a trial, and if roe do not got i notant relief and ha) perfectly aa tubed, «imply return what'« left wd set your full money back. Yon need not par ana otnt If FAIHYFoOT doea not prove en tirely eatJofactory. Why eonttnoo to «o about with ewoUea ml a a h o p o n feott Why any thut Buaieneeun'tba cured, when beau laazunrsn taad remedy— aaeily applied—no entdns-no uada or p lo to a—but a wonderful treatment— worka Ilka auaric and^hree inatnnt relief. Every amor abaatetely aatisflad—oi d—over 10 yurt of cam 65ÏÏ. K •WfiMMIMBM« wMLLw \j • LATIMER CO. Ninth and Idaho. ffiBHJŒ-MMariNâS THU HOME OF Start SchtatBT ê Mars «Md Cloth Mb Mi Main «h Buy W. B« B. on) holy who «ho war. OLD WIR VETEMN WIMS IQ MD HIS ICED COMES Kendrick Says Tanlac Did Him so Much Good He Would Give Every Old Soldier a Bottle of the Medicine. 'T wish I could buy every old soldier a bottle of Tanlac, for from the way It has fixed me up I believe it would add years to their lives," Bald Frank B. Kendrick, 1« civil war veteran liv ing at 4800 Charlotte avenue, Nash ville, Term. "Some time back," he continued, '1 had rheumatism so bad, and went down so fast, that It lopked like I was on the verge of a general breakdown and had about despaired of ever walk ing again. I'was fast losing what lit tle flesh and strength I had left and could hardly get from my bed to my chair. I had no appetite, could hardly sleep and suffered constantly with headaches. 'After taking Tanlac a short while I began to improve. I kept it up till I have gained thirteen pounds and feel better and younger than I have In years. Tanlac Just filled me with new life and euergy and put me on my feet agnin, I have a fine appetite and can walk anywhere I want to go and hardly feel It at all." Tanlac is sold in Boise by the Joy drug stores.—Adv. TO MEET TONIGHT Santel and Nelson Bout Be lieved to Be Best of the Sea son—The "Hatted Wonder", Will Tackle Another Boy. Ad Santel, champion light-heavy- j weight wrestler of the world, and j George Nelson, heavyweight champion I of the northwest, will meet In a finish match, best two falls out of three, at the Plnney theater tonight. "Nifty Nick" Collins, Boise impresario extra ordinary, will stage the match. There will be several classy prelim inaries. Chet Camp, the Boise whirl wind, will tangle in a wrestling match with Jim Morgan, of Oakland, Cal. The "Hatted Wonder," the newest of "Nifty Nick's" phenomenons, will meet some fast boy for a five-round go with the gloves, and the bout is promised as a rare stunt. The "Hatted Wonder" is a go-getter from the first tap of the bell, and swings right from the heels continually, while his opponent will also prove to be right pert at tearing loose with haymakers and mortgage lifters. The main event should be a bear all the way. Santel is known and has proven himself here to be the classiest, speediest matster around these parts or any other for a man of his weight. Nelson has a mat record as long as bis arm. He has met Joe Stecher, ex champion of tue world, Demrtml, Hackenschmidt and all the good menj in the game, and while sojne of them have thrown him, they hnd to go some to do it. Otto M. Jones, state game warden, will referee the main go. WHY HAIR FALLES OUT Dandruff causes a feverish irritation of the scalp, thé hair roots shrink, loosen and then the hair comes out fast. To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp o t every particle of dand ruff, get a small bottle of Danderine at any drug store for a few cents, pour a little in your hand anil rub well Into the scalp. After several applications all dandruff disappears and the hair stops coming out. —Adv. Boise Fish Company FRE8H, SMOKED, SALTED AND SHELL FI8H. 127 South Ninth. Phono 430. Halibut, pound .................30o Salmon, pound .................30c Smelts, 3 pounds for............25c Herring, 2 pounds for ........ ,25c Black Cod, pound ...... 26c Flounder, Sandabs, pound ......20o Lin Cod, pound.................25o Cat Fish, pound ............ ...25o White Salmoji, pound...........25o Perch, pound ...................25o Atasaku Cod Kipper, pound.....35c Whale Meat, pound ............17o Clams, pound .................. 15 c Kippered Salmon, pound........36c Fninan Haddie, pound..........35c I>eep Sea Codfish, pound....... 20« Brick Codfish, pound...........30c Finna Herring, 2 pounds for____25o AH kinds of salt fish. _ Phone 430. Idaho Electric Supply Co. >11 Main Streut. Sit together — all the hew — tar everything TE PUBLIC. imumms ' BY E. G. R. BY E. It hprdly could be said that a con cert of opinion exista on the fcart of the experts concerning^ the best way in which to display an ad. What not to do in the display is more fixed, however. Fundamentally, the ad man's goal so far as "set up", is Concerned is to produce an ad that is "easy to read." By easy to read is meant such an ar rangement of type as will be restful to the eye and hence so inviting, that before the reader knows what the ad is about he or she subconsciously is attracted by its appearance. Everyone agrees that it "pays to advertise." but some wonder "are my advertisements read?" This is the merchant's chief concern. What is known as "all upper case" in printer's parlance, or all capital let ters, should be avoided, wherever pos sible. Upper and lower case are more readily readable. Many advertisers have yet to learn the fact that "white space" sells as much as gray. An ud, no matter how cleverly written, has its efficiency im paired when it Is loaded to the gun wales with type. Appropriate illustrations that visu alize the merchandise, are, of course, always desirable. Then too, Illustra tions that do not pretend to photo graph the merchandise, but are what is known as attention compellers, may be used to good advantage. Pictures are the universal language. It is impossible to lay down any fixed general rule for the display of an ad, because necessarily much must de pend upon the appeal and the claés Special Value Good Everyday Black Cot ton Socks 2 pairs 25c The Marks Co. IDAHO'S LEADING NOTHING STORE We take Liberty Bonds of Any Issue BLUE SERGE SUITS Qualities of Serges that we cannot get at any price today of the mills. Every Blue Serge Suit in our house is All-Wool Pure Worsted and Fast Color There's all kinds of mixtures and phoney serges on the market now that are of little value, but selling at high prices. This store does not, never did and never will handle them. When our present stock of Blue Serge Suits is sold out we won't have any more until excellent serges are again on the market. OUR BLUE SERGE SUITS REUUCEU AS FOLLOWS Our regular $22.00 Blue Serge Suits reduced to..................$10.50 Our regular $25.00 Blue Serge Suits reduced to..................$22.50 Our regular $30.0(TBlue Serge Suitsreduced to.... .............$27.00 Our regular $35.00 Blue Serge Suits reduced to..................$31.50 Our regular $40.00 Blue Serge Suits reduced to..................$36.00 Our regular $50.00 Blue Serge Suits reduced to...... ...........$45.00 Our regular $60.00 Blue Serge Suits reduced to........... ...... $54.00 ALL PATTERNS, GRAY SERGES, BROWN WORSTEDS AND COLORS REDUCED FOR FINAL CLEARANCE AS FOLLOWS Regular $25.00 Suits now going at............... ...............$21.50 Regular $30.00 Suits now going at ......... ...............$24.50 Regular $35.00 Suits now going at.............. ...............$29.50 Regular $40.00 Suits now going at............................... $34.50 Regular $50.00 Suits now going at...............................$41.50 Regular $60.00 Suits now going at............. ................$51.50 THE BIG SALE OF $1 JO AND 12.00 WILSON BROS. TIES AT SI IS GOING IN FULL BLAST of people the ad Is designed to reach. Scareheads may be desirable for cer tain merchandising events, while other selling campaigns are Just as likely to demand pastels merely. Criticism of President for Dic tatorial Attitude Set Porth— Democrats Want Copies Sent to Voters. The league of nations met with dis approval from the house of representa tives of the present legislature Thurs day afternoon for the njemorlal to con gress opposing It and criticizing the president for his dictatorial attitude thereon was passed. The house di vided along party lines, the Republi cans voting ' for and the Democrats agajnst. The Democrats sought to have 5000 copies of the league of nations résolu tion Introduced by the Republicans and passed by them printed for general distribution over the state. This reso lution was approved by the lower as sembly by a party vote, the Republi cans voting for and the Democrats against. Representative Shearer of Nez Perce, Democrat, then introduced the motion to have this targe number of copies printed that the resolution "should be distributed among the Voters," he said. Storey of Ada, said that if that was the purpose, of the resolution he was willing to Increase the number to 100,000. The Republi cans voted down the Shaver motion, although the Democrats srood solidly for It and a number of Republicans supported it. \ The committee of the whole struck the enacting clause from house bill No. 241, by Young, amending work men's compensation act to Increase the maximum and minimum compen sation in computing death benefits Harrison of Shoshone county, made the motion. Younp said -he was against modification of the capital punishment act and therefore opposed to killing the bill In that wajs The house, however, adopted the commit tee's report and the bill was killed. Similar action was taken with ref erence to senate bill No. 48, the minor marriage act, the enacting clause be stricken. Quinine That Does Not Affect Head. Because of its tonic and laxative ef feet, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets) can be Aken by anyone without causing nervousness or ring ing In the head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. IV. GROVE'S sig nature on the box. 10c—F. INDORSES LEAGUE COVENANT. Sacramento, March 7—The league of nations was endorsed by the Cali fornia assembly by a .vote of 52 to 10. The measure Is a Joint resolution. The endorsement of the league to be effective only In case if the league, as finally drafted, meets with the ap proval of the assembly. THIS MOTHER I HMD DAUGHTER Both Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Steele, Ala.—"Daring the Change of Life X had hot flash es, was nervous, run down, and had sick headaches for two or three days at a time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and I am much stronger and better in every way than I was. My daughter's health broke down isst June from teaching school without a rest, and she has taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and the Blood Medicine with good results. She is much better and teaching now and I give your medicine the praise. You are welcome to use this letter for the benefit of other suf fering women."—Mrs. F. A. Gaines, R.R. No. 1, Steele. Ala. Women wEio suffer as Mrs. Gaines did should not hesitate to give this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, a trial, as the evidence that is constantly being published proves beyond question that this grand old remedy has relieved much suffering among women. For confidential advice write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of their forty years' experi ence ÎS fit ficr-vic/». Live news in a live paper—Capital News DINNERWARE HAVE YOU GOT YOUR SET YETP 1-3 Down The Balance Weekly or Monthly. Hundred« have availed them selves of our Cash Price* on Dln nerware by paying part down, the balance on payments to ault them. So why not decide to come in tomorrow and get your aet be fore the'boy geta back? If you live outside of Boise, we will gladly mall you samples and prices covering our dlnnerware. All our Dlnnerware is sold by the piece as well aa by the net, eo you can make up your own din ner Bet. 32-piece White Radlson Dinner Set, white with »calloped_ ' cracking good set for the price of... 32 -piece Derwood White *ad Gold Dinner Set, gold band and hairline; get this set <g/| A Q at this special price of 32-piece Nome Blue, light blue stencil design, plain edge; a guaranteed as to quality dinner ware; a dandy set . $ 8.49 sun D 1 UUW T&U OUR NEW STORE We have the best and most up to-date store of the kind in the entire West; in fact, for size we do not think there is a. better looking store anywhere in the United States. We are proud of our store. You as a Boise citi zen should be proud of it, as it is your store as well as ours, tor your patronage made it possible for us to have a store of this magnitude and beauty. So we want you to come in and see the store, make yourself at home In it, and bring all your friends in to to see it. Courteous clerks to wait on you if you desire; or you can wander around to your heart's content if you do not wish anything. We destrs te make this one of Boise's show places. Help us to do It. Bargain Basement We deliver anything from a pa per of pins to an auto from sithsr the Main Stors or the Bargain Basement, anywhfere in the city limits without charge. Phone in your order; deliveries go at 3:84 a. m. and 12:30 and 3:80 p. m. Our basement store le now in very good shape to handle the crowds, and believe me, Mabel, there are some down there every Saturday, too. If your want list covers any of the following and other lines that we are gradually adding, it will pay you to visit our Bargain Basement: Notions, Soaps and Toilet Artielea, Gran iteware, Dishes, Glassware, Sta tionery, 8porting Goods, Elec trio Light Goods, Stocking*, Hard ware—In fact, a general line of goods handled in all Variety Stores. We list a few of the Bargains on Sale Every Day in the year: Crystal White Soap; Aglk limit 20 bars............ u 7 Crem« Oll QA Soap ................... « °T Naptha Soap; limit K 10 bars ................. Ivory Soap; limit 10 bars............ aJy Star Cut Tumblers; bell "tAg A shape; each............ Engraved Thin Blown "J fkmi Tumblers, each ........ White Cups and Saucera, A gk seconds, pair ...........* "Y Whit* Dinner Plates, seconds, each ........... *"T* Mous# Traps, Ak each .................... Children's Stockings, liais finish, black, heavy weight, relnforeod ££.•"....... 3 43 « Eltctrio Light Globes—Mas do. Tungsten; a full line. Phone us your order for these. We will de liver tested globes three times daily. Do not us* on* or two globes for ths whbl# houoa; handling breaks more globes thou any other way. Wall Paper» Paint Kalsoniine Getting that time of year and our stock and prloss cannot be beat. JET— —......60* Wall Paper— -| KJ The double roll, up from Kalsomlne, 5-lb. package and we loan you the brush RfhjA to put it on............. * , "t' Saturday Specials FROM THE MAIN STORE 42-piece Gold Stomp BQ QQ Dinner Bet......... FROM THE BARGAIN BASEMENT 4-in extra heavy tumbled Clothes Pins; 5 dosen 104 Limit 5 dosen to eus tom er. bettor me goods 1 goods tar 1 Main. «Il