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MUHST EHHMS
music mus in
Vaud Powell Appears at Her
Best Before Splendid and Ap
preoiative Audience—Given
an Ovation.
By MRS. J. G. GREEN.
A great audience filled the Pinney
theater Thursday evening to hear
Maud Powell the famous American
woman violinist in her second concert
here. It was a responsive audience
and the gifted player received an ova
tion each time she appeared until it
became an intense demonstration of
approval. The program was „ brilliant,
satisfying, everything a program
should be. 4
CONTINUOUS DELIGHT.
From the opening number, Mozart,
Allegro Aperto, from Concerto in "A*'
major to the last encore, the music
was one continuous delight, and the
audience voiced its pleasure by fre*
quent and enthusiastic applause. The
ployer responded not only graciously,
but with evident pleasure to the in
sistent demand for encores and gave
her hearers such gems as "The Maid
en's Wish," "I Would I were a Bird,"
(Chopin) which Madam Powell refer
red to facetiously as having some con
nection with an aviation field. The
"Meditation from Thais," was another.
One of the most interesting numbers,
perhaps, was the composition by a
very young Belgian who died at 20,
but left to the world the music which,
was really a part of himself.
The Palmgren —*■ Powell number,
"Maynlght," won unstinted applause,
as did the "Song of India," arranged
by Powell. Every number on the pro
gram seemed to have been particular
ly and fortunately selected for that
very audience which drank in each
delicious tone, each soft, subtle vibra
tion of sound with unfeigned joy.
LIKE A MAGICIAN.
In her radiant gown, wielding her
bow like a magician of old, and send
ing forth waves of melody to ravish
the ears and hearts of her hearers, the
great violinist seemed to typify the
genius of music. The folk songs of
America, as Madam Powell designated
them, those ever popular productions
of the 60.'s, "Old Kentucky Home,"
"Dixie," "Arkansas Traveler" and
"Steptoe" (if memory serves aright,)
»ent the adience wild with delight. Th e
Danish pianist, Axel Skjerne, played
fascinatingly and was warmly re
ceived. It was an evening that will
linger long in memory and the joy of
it will thrill and stir the hearts of
those who heard for years' to come.
EVENING'S PROGRAM.
The program was as follows:
Mozart................Allegro Aperto
(From Concerto in "A" major)
Lekeu .......... Sonata in "G" Major
(Two movements) For piano and
violin, I Leflto, II Con Spirito.
Grasse ......Scherzo, "To Marguerite"
Palmgren-Powell ........ "Maynight"
Sarasate........ Spanish Dance No. 8
PIANO SOLOS—
Cyril Scott ....... Danse Negre
"William Muson........Crystal Spring
Rachmaninoff ........... Punchinello
Rimisky-Korsakoff ....Song of India
(Arr. by Powell)
Bazzinl .............. Dance of Imps
------.
Long Reach, Cal.— Young people are
very willful. There's the case of G.
B. Hare, only 86, and Margaret Erkine,
sweet 64, who eloped to Santa Ana
and got married without their chil
dren's consent.
DONT HAVE
GRAY HAIR
It' 8 Easy to look Young and
Fascinating by Use of
J'La Creole"
&•
u Ls Creole has made me
look is years younger**
No woman should be handi
capped socially by gray or
faded hair. Every woman
owes It to herself to look her
best and avoid tfte appearance
of coming age. Gray, streak
ed with gray, or faded hair
makes many a woman look
old before her time, and gray
hair is so very unnecessary.
LA CREOLE Hair Dressing
Is the most popular Hair Color
Restorer in uee among aoclety
Men and Women of America
today. It lg a eafe, delightful toilet prep
aration which uniformly reatores gray,
streaked with gray, or faded hair to Its
youthful beauty and luetre.
LA CREOLE Hair Dressing will not
stain the scalp, wash or rub off, or Ieaye
the hair with that greasy or dyed appear
ance. You apply It yourself by simply
combing or brushing ft through the hair
before retiring, and the results will de
light you surprisingly.
V 4 k *>ld by Joy Drug Co.
and all good drug stores and teilst oount
ars evarywhere. Price *1.00.—Adr.
No Medicine-Chest
WitHöut
Its Family Laxative
From the baby to the grandparent« a good laxative la the
necessary medidne in the Uttle Ills. It ward« off serious
sickness and saves doctor's bille. Many a cold hat been pre
. vented from running into grippe and pneumonia by its timely
use.
Many a racking headache hat been quickly dispelled by it.
And it is a laxative rather than a drastic cathartic or purgative
that should be in every family medicine-chest, for a laxative
can be used at all ages.
Thousands of good American families have for more than
a quarter century used a combination of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin known to druggists at Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. It is a laxative-tonic that acts on the bowels and
stomach. Infants take it with perfect safety, and it Is equally
effective for grownups.
Grandparents are now teeing their children give it to their
babies. It is excellent for all the family in constipation no
matter how chronic, indigestion, wind colic, biliousness,
headaches, dyspepsia and similar ills.
The druggist will refund your money if it teile
to do as promised •
£l Dr. Caldwell '*
OYRUP.pEPSIN
The Perfect JL Laxative
FREE SAMPLES — If you haw œrrar uni
Dr. Caldwell'* Syrup Fcptla tend for a free trial
bottle to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 468 Washkigtoo
St., MenticeUo, HI. If there ere babies et home,
ask for a copy of Dr. Caldwell's book, "The
Cere of Baby."
PRICE AS ALWAYS
In spite of greatly
Increased laboratory
cost* due to the War,
by sacrificing profits
and abaorbtnf war
taxes we have main*
tained the price at
which this family lax
ative has been sold by
druggists for the pest
26 years. Two sixes—
50c and $1.00.
Usz
Feeding a Good Cow Generously
l/iS*
" T hod a fine covv.
1 Jhe £ave v^uch milk.
I dressed her up
In the finest oik;
Fed her on.
The best of ha/:
îlilked hei •• tVent/ times a da/'
[National Crop Improvement Service.!
H ENRY & MORRISON state that
high producing cows yield suf
ficient additional product to much
more than pay for the larger amount
of feed they ent.
Skilled feeders employ henvy allow
ance of rich concentrates, mixed In
.considerable variety, In addition to
[legume liny, corn silage and often
roots, soilage or other succulence.
It pays to feed generously, but the
Testing Seed Corn at County Headquarters
Wholesale Tooting at Lu Verne, Minn.
[National Crop Improvement Servies.!
Many county farm bureaus are undertaking the testing of seed corn for all
the farmers In the county. Various plans are employed. In the testing room
shown a numbered rack Is provided. Sharp nails are driven In a board, and as
five kernels are placed in the rag-doll tester the ear is placed on the rack, num
bered to correspond. One hundred ears are tested In each cloth. The cloth la
dampened, rolled up and placed endwise in galvanized backets. Bricks are
placed In bottom and covered with water. The backets are then placed near
a stove or steam radiator to keep from chilling at night, and covered with
folded cloth to keep In the moisture. The tests are read after six days.
GREAT OLD REMEDY
FOR SKIN DISEASES
S. S. S. Clears Skin of Erup
tions—Drives Poison From
the System.
Get it fixed in your mind that skin
eruptions. Scrofula, Eczema, burning,
Itching skin, and all skin diseases ore
due entirely to Impure and Infected
blood. It the trouble was on the out
side of the skin, by simply washing
and keeping It clean you could obtain
relief —not even ointments, lotions, and
salves would be necessary. Agree with
ue In this belief, and your trouble can
be relieved— you can be entirely re
stored to health. S. S. 8. is a purely
vegetable treatment that you can se
cure from [pour own druggist—It Is a
blood tonic that will purify your blood
ration must be adapted to the peculi
arities of the Individual cow.
High-grade-ready-to-eat feeds of the
established brands always give better
results than "guesstimating'' a ration
from day to day when made from hap
hazard feeds.
Poor cows will not pay a profit.
Cow testing associations should be
a main project In every farm bureau.
The quality of cows and quality of
feed should both be Improved.
and cause a most decided abatement
of your trouble, and finally, make you
entirely well. Fifty years ago 8. S. 8.
wag discovered and given to suffering
mankind. During this period It hae
proven Its remarkable curative prop
erties as a blood purifier and tonic,
and has relieved thousands of case« of
disease caused by poor or Impure
blood, and chronic or Inherited blood
diseases. You can be relieved, but you
must take 8. a 8. Take It If only
pimples appear, for they denote bad
blood, and may be followed by the auf
ferlngs from torturing ekln eruptions.
Therefore be sure. Don't take chances,
don't use lotlorts. Get 8. 8. 8. from
yqur druggist, If yours Is a special
case, write for expert medical advice.
Address Medical Director, «I« Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, G a.
Famous Boulevard Has Been
Bane of Idaho Auto Drivers i
$13,000 Fund From Malheur
County Available for Project.
Ontario, March 7—Practically every
automobile owner and driver in the
territory between Boise and WelBer,
and points beyond, will be Interested
In the Important announcement that
the famous boulevard road between
Ontario and Nyssa Is to be thoroughly
gravelled. The work is to start soon,
and be finished ns quickly as possible.
This stretch of road Is an important
link In the interstate 'highway that
connects these Idaho and Oregon
towns; Boise, Meridian, Nampa, On
tario, Vale, Payette and Welser, and
beyond.
During the lecent weeks of rain and
mud this road has been almost bot
tomless, rendering automobile traffic
Impossible. It Is the worst piece of
road between Boise and Welser, via
the route aforemen loned.
COUNTY APPROPRIATION.
The county court of Malheur coun
ty, Ore., Is now In session in Vale, the
county seat. In Oregon the county
court corresponds to the board of
county commissioners In Idaho. The
county court this week made an ap
propriation of *10,000. This together
with the *3000 previously available is
to be used to properly grade and
gravel the boulevard road between
Ontario and Nyssa. When this work
is finished autos can go through from
Boise to Weiser no matter how much
It rains. '
ONTARIO FIGURES ON PAVING.
Shall the streets In Ontario's busi
ness district be paved this year? This
Is the question being discussed hero
pro and con. In the meantime the
city council has already made an ap
propriation of several thousand dol
lars to be used in keeping the streets
in town In good repair. Men and teams
with King drags were put on the job
yesterday dragging the streets In the
business district, thus shaping them
Let us mount your head and tan
your hide. R. W. Llmbert, Boise, Ida. tf
OPPOSED BAKER'S VIEW;
NOW REDUCED IN RANK
Washington, March 7—Another chap
ter in the differences between Briga
dier General 8. T. Ansell and Judge
Advocate General Crowder over court
martial trials was compfeted today
with the reduction of Ansell to his
pre-war rank of lieutenant colonel "as
part of the general routine of demob
ilization."
Reduction in the rank of Ansell,
Secretary of War Baker, declared,
"has, no relation to the controversy
DRUGGISTS! VICK'S VAPORUB
SWAGE OVERCOME AT LAST
The Deal Scheduled for Last
November, Which Wa3 Post
poned on Account of the In
fluenza Epidemic, Is Now Re
instated ; Good During Month
of March.
OVER ONE MILLION JARS OF
VAPORUB PRODUCED
EACH WEEK.
It Is with pride that we announce to
the drug trade that t lie shortugh of
Vicks' VapoRub, which has lasted
since' last October, is now overcome.
Since January 1st. we have been run
ning our laboratory twenty-three and
a half hours out of eVery twenty-four.
Last week we shipped the last of our
back orders, and retail druggists,
therefore, are no longer requested to
order ih small quantities only.
NOVEMBER DEAL RE-INTSATED.
This deal, which we had expected to
put on last November and which had
to be postponed on account of the
shortage of VapoRub, is re-instated
for the month March. This allows
a discount of 10 per cent on shipments
i from Jobbers' stock of quantities of
from 1 to 4 gross. 5 per cent of this
discount Is allowed by the jobber and
! 5 per cent by us.
We advise the retail druggists to
place their orders Immediately, so that
the Jobbers will be able to get prompt
shipments to them.
THANKS OF THE PUBLIC DUE
THE DRUG TRADE DURING
INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.
The thanks of the American public
are certainly due the entire drug trade
—retail, wholesale and manufacturing
—for what they accomplished during
the recent Influenza epidemic. The
war caused a shortage of physicians—
nurses were almost Impossible to ob
tain—the demand on the drug trade
was unexpected and overwhelming,
and to this demand they responded
nobly. Retail druggists kept open day
and night and slept where they
dropped behind the prescription count
er. Wholesale druggists called their
salesmen off the road to help fill or
ders—hundreds wired us to sbip Vick's
Seven HairsToBaldfate
j >
GOING 1
HERPICIDE WILL JAVE IT
GONE HI
[QOLflRmHEBFlOSE
Perhaps just u few hairs fell out today, perhaps just a few will fall to
morrow, but soon, very soön, unless something is done and done now, you
will have but seven hairs to baldpate.
«Rêibbroüs 'Herplcide
WILL SAVE THOSE SÉVEN HAIRS
But why wait until you have but seven, hairs to save? Act now! The appearance of dandruff
and loose hairs on your clothing is all the evidence you need. Xpu are getting bald! Men with
dandruff laden c£>thlng are always discounted. They haven't pride in their appearance and cars
nothing about success. Don't be a loser, even of your own hair. Get a bottle today.
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
throughout the United States and foreign countries owe their beautiful hair and added personal
charm to the faithful use of Herplcide. Don't have dull, brittle or lusterless hair—use Herplcide.
Herplcide contains 40 per cent pure grain alcohol, thus making the hair light and fluffy and
insuring purity and medicinal value necessary to the health of the scalp. Alcohol is one of the beet
germicides and antiseptics known to medical science. Doctors and skin specialists endorse it and
thousands of people In the United States and foreign countries get wonderful results from its use.
Today is tho day to begin the intelligent use of Herplcide. You will like it from the first
application. The odor Is delightful and the results gratifying.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED AT ALL TOILET GOODS COUNTERS
HERPieiDE
Aseptic Tar Soap
For the Scalp
Is Clesnsing and
Healing.
Applications at the better barber shops
Send 10 cents in stamps or coin for sample
and booklet today. Address: The Herplcide
Co., Dept. 165-A, Detroit, Mich., U. 8. A.
LADIES
Do not snap and
pull out your hair.
Use a H.rpicldt
Comb.
Made In the United States by The Herplcide Company, Detroit
RED CR08S PHARMACY—SPECIAL AGENT
which has existed with regard to the
administration of military justice and
clemency."
Ansell's friends disagree with the
statement.
OUTLAWS' SUIT POSTPONED.
New York, March 7—President
Heydlcr of the national league today
announced that the suit for *900,000
damages brought by the stockholders
of the delunct Federal league club of
Baltimore against organized baseball
has been indefinitely postponed.
Washington, D. C.—The national
capital will soon be 43 minutes from
Broadway, tf aviators continue toi
smash records for the New York flight.
A De Havilancl four made it In 80
minutes yesterday.
VapoRub by the quickest route, re
gardless of expense.
TREMENDOUS JOB TO INCREASE
OUR PRODUCTION.
In this emergency wc have tried to
do our part. We scoured the country
for raw materials—our Traffic Man
ager spent his days riding freight cars
in—we shipped raw materials Ih car
load lots by express and pleaded with
manufacturers to Increase their deliv
eries to us.
But it was a slow process. Some of
our raw materials arc produced only
In Japan—supplies In this country
were low and shipments required three
months to come from the Far East.
Then we had to recruit and train
skilled labor. We brought our sales
men into the factory and trained them
as foremen. We Invented new ma
chinery, and managed to inetnll it on
Christmas day, so as not to interfere
with our daily production.
143 JARS OF VAPORUB EVERY
MINUTE DAY AND NIGHT.
By January 1st we had everything
ready to put on our night shift, and
since then our laboratory has been
running day and night. To feed our
automatic machines, which drop out
one hundred and forty-three Jars of
Vapo-Rub a minute or one million
and eighty thousand weekly, has re
quired a force of BOO people. Our
Cafe Department, created for the
benefit of these workers, served 7000
meals during the month of January
alone. y
13 MILLION JARS OF VAPORUB
DISTRIBUTED SINCE OCTOBER.
An idea of the work we have ac
complished this fall may be given by
our production figures—13,028,976 Jnrs
of VapoRub manufactured and dis
tributed since last October—one Jar
for every two families In the entire
United States.
During tho Influenza epidemic,
Vick's VapoRub was used as an ex
ternal application in connection with
the physician's treatment, and thou
sands of people, unable to obtain a
doctor, relied on Vick's almost ex
clusively,
Literally millions of
families all over ths
country, from Califor
nia to Maine, and from
the Great Lakes to
the Gulf, have found
Vick's VapoRub the
Ideal home remedy
for croup and cold
troubles.
Special Invitation
Boise Stenographers, Typists, Book
keepers and Assistants Union
Extends welcome to all office men and women at an
open meeting in Labor Hall, Sonna Building, Friday night
March 7th at 8 p. m.
Clerical workers are organizing all over America. You
will enjoy the acquaintance and association of your fel
low workers. If yon do not know all about this organi
zation come to the meeting. You will be entertained to
your liking. Bring your friends with you.
Boise Union No. 16387
Hopes Women Will
Adopt This Habit
As Well As Men
Glass of hot water each morn
ing help« ue look and feel
clean, aweet, fresh.
Hp>py, blight, alert—vigorous snd
vivacious—a good clear Bkin; a nat
ural, rosy complexion and freedom
from illness .«re assured only by
clean, healthy blood. If only every
woman and likewise every man could
realize the wonders of the morning
Inside bath, what a gratifying change
would take place.
Instead of the thousands of sickly,
anaemic-looking men, women and
girls with pasty or muddy complex
ions; Instead of the multitudes of
"nerve wrecks," "rundowns," "brain
fags" and. pessimists wc should see a
virile, 'optimistic throng of rosy
cheeked people everywhere.
An inside bath Is had by drinking
each morning before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate In It
to wash from the stomach, liver, kid
neys and ten yards of bowels the pre
vious day's Indigestible waste, sour
fermentations and poisons, thus
cleansing, sweetening and 1 freshening
the entire alimentary cnnal before
putting more food Into the stomach, j
Those subject to sick headache, bil- i
lousness, nasty breath, rheumatism, 1
colds; and particularly those who have
a pallid, sallow complexion and who
are constipated, very often, are
urged to obtain a quarter pound of
limestone phosphate at the drug store
which will cost bjit a trifle but Is
sufficient to demonstrate the quick
and remarkable change In both health
and appearance awaiting those who
practice Internal sanitation. We must
remember that Inside cleanliness ts
more important than outside, be
cause the skin does not absorb Impur
ities to contaminate the blood, while
the pores In the thirty feet ot bowels
do. —Adv.
In the evening is
best time to read.
WE BUY
Bonds
Title Note*
8ale Contracts
Unseoured Notes
Chattel Mortgages
Real Estate Mortgage*
H. G. MYERS & 00.
423-425 Ovsrsnd Bldg.
j
i
1
To the man with moderate
means—
Use Hawks' Ventilating (Hi Ra
diator.
Fuel only burned when beat la
needed; small initial outlay; baa*
Instantly available day or night; aU
at the touch of a match.
Boise Gas, Light & Coke Co.
211 N. 10th.
Ö* , W. 8. S. help win the war.
THE BRISTOL.
Boise's Popular Hotel.
New and *tr>ctl> Modem.
POPULAH PRICE*.
DR. H. A. QALLEGLV.
"BLAKE S INCLINE
SAVES YOU MONEY."
"AS YOU GO l T P PRICES
GO DOWN.
CECIL & BRIDGES
D. C. Ph. C.
CHIROPRACTOR*.
Consultation Free. ,
McCarty Bldg. Phono *11
UPHOLSTERING
and Furniture Repairing a
Specialty. Prompt servie*.
Standard Furniture Co.
Telephone 597.
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