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GLEMS HIS DESK OF PENDING DIUS Outs $22,000 Out of State De partment Appropriation Measure ; Vetoes School Cod ification Act. IS AGAINST STERILIZATION Vetoes Peckham County Record Measure and Storey Bill Regarding Pa roled Prisoners. Numerical Governor Davis has cleared his desk of all bills, memorials and resolutions passed by the Fifteenth Idaho legis lulu re. A total of 250 of these reached him. He approved all but 12. His last official act in connection there with was performed Thursday night. From the general appropriation bill for the biennial support of state depart ments, the governor 'pruned $22,000. No cut was made in the public utili ties commission appropriation, al though an agreement was reached be tween the governor and the commis sioners, the latter would use but $25, 000 of the 45,000 allotted the commis sion for Investigations, another mea sure having been approved eliminat ing the necessity for spending more as it requires public utilities to file an nually a sworn statement of physical valuations. The governor vetoed the Peckham bill requiring all county auditors to install numerical records; the Storey bill requiring the warden of the peni tentiary to present parole names of all prisoners who iiave served their minimum sentence: senate bill 131 seeking to codify the school laws and senate bill 150 author izing sterilization of the insane, feeble minded, epileptic and moral degener ates. The cuts made in the general state department appropriation bill include salaries of clerks and stenographers in the land and insurance department and the .Lava Hot Springs. The cuts are as follows: Land department—Salary of ehief clerk, $3600; salary of stenographer, $2400; salary of stenographer, $3400: Lava Hof Springs, $5000; salary of chief clerk, $4000. Insurance depart ment, salary of deputy, $3600. VETO MESSAGES. In his veto,message on the school law codification hill Governor Davis says: "I regret my Inability to approve this bill. I know tiiat it was the result of a great deal of effort upon the part of the state board of education to remedy many incongruities and in definite provisions in our present laws. "The bill did not attempt to make any radical changes in the present school laws, but was framed for the purpose of clearing present laws from many ambiguities and uncertainties which made them difficult to be handled by school trustees, county superintendents, state boards of edu cation and even the attorneys called upon to construe their provisions." There was no enacting clause In this bill. In disapproving the sterilization law. the governor says in bis veto message: "It does not apply to all persons in such classes, but only to those con fined In public institutions—the per sons, In fact, who, by reason of such confinement, are the least menace to society. By reason of this discrimina - the board of ACHING JOINTS Don't Suffer! Relief Comes the Moment You Rub With Old "St. Jacob's Liniment.'' Don't stay sore, stiff and lame! Limber up! Rub soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Liniment" right In your aching muscles, Joints and painful nerves. It's the quickest, surest pain relief on earth. It Is absolutely harm less anA doesn't burn the skin. "St. Jacobs Liniment" conquers pain. It instantly takes away any ache, sore ness and stiffness In the head, neck, shoulders, hack, legs, arms, fingers or any part of the body—nothing like It. You simply pour a little in your hand ■nd rub "jvhere It hurts," and relief comes Instantly. Don't stay crippled! Get a small trial bottle now from any drug store. It never disappoints—six gold medal awards.-'-Adv. «g»®; After each meal—YOU eat one . I get full food value and real stom ach comfort, Instantly relieves heart Inrs, Mealed, gassy feeliag, STOPS acidity, food repeating and stomach misery. AIDS digestion; keeps the etomaeh sweet and para. ■ATOMIC) I» the best remedy and only eoete a eeet er twenday to watt. You will bede Whitehead's Drug Stere, $15 Main ■l. Boise, Idaho. SHE DARKENED HER GRAY HAIR Well Known Lady Tails How Darksnad Her Gray Hair by Simple Homo Made Remedy. 8he Mrs. E. H. Boots, a well known resi dent ' of Buchanan county, la., who darkened her gray hair by a simple home-made remedy made the following statement: "Any lady or gentleman can darken their gray or faded hair, and make It soft and glossy with this simple rem edy, which they can mix at home. To half a pint of water add 1 ounce of bay rum, one small box of Barbo Com pound and 14 ounce of glycerine. These Ingredients can be purchased at any drug store at very little cost. Ap ply to the hair every other day until the gray hair is darkened sufficiently, This is not a dye. it does not color the roost delicate scalp; is not sticky 1 greasy and does not rub off. It will make a gray haired person look 10 to 20 years younger."—Adv. tion, similar acts have been held un - constitutional in other states. "Laws providing for the sterilization the criminal and Insane have been adopted in some Jurisdictions, and while enforced in one or two states, in most of them the law is regarded as a dead letter. The scientific premises upon which these laws ore based ore still too much in the realm of contro versy and the results of the legislation still too experimental to Justify the proposed law as wise legislation for this state." Regarding the Storey parole bill Governor Davis gives us his reasons for refusal to sign: "My objection is that it repeals sec tion 8260 of the compiled laws. Un der tills section any paroled prisoner who breaks his parole agreement is not allowed the time he was out on parole to be counted on his time of service. In other words if a prisoner is paroled and has been out a year and then breaks parole, he would lose his year's credit." Respecting the Peckham measure on the proposed county record system he says; "There is kept by the county re corder, under present laws of the state, a record of all such Instruments, together with a direct and indirect index to the same, and for the county to have installed and brought up to date these 'tract indexes.' as provided in this bill, would require, in my opinion, two years to complete the work. After this system is installed, In most counties, the services of an additional deputy recorder would be required." MAKES STATE CREDIT GOOD. Governor Davis made good the credit of the state by signing a num ber of relief bills appropriating funds to pay for material furnished In con structing buildings at the University of Idaho and road work. These bills have been repeatedly passed by the legislature, which looked upon them in each instance as Just claims against the state. In a. number of instances the supreme court lias given recom mendatory Judgements. Governor Davis took the broad view that the claimants were entitled to their money and that the claims should be definitely and finally disposed of. House bills signed follow: 182 by Anderson, Carpenter, Hugo and Canfield, appropriating $2157.55 for the relief of IV. A. Louder for build ing material furnished the University of Idaho; 184 by same authors, ap propriating $1174.77 for relief of Mos cow Hardware company for same pur pose; 38 by the same authors, appro priating $9244.64 for the relief of the First National bank, Moscow, for same Western Optical Co. Boise, Idaho 203 MANITOU HOTEL Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 6 Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Money Refunded. PUBLIC LIVESTOCK SALE! THE UNDERSIGNED WILL 8ELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT THEIR RANCH, 1 MILE EAST OF JEROME, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 21st THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: 20 HEAD OF HORSES 20 One black mare, age 6 years, weight 1700. One brown mare, age 5 years, weight 1700. One bay mare, age 6 years, weight 1600. • One bay mare, age 6 years, weight 1600. One gray mare, age 6 years, weight 1600. One bay mare, age 7 years, weight 1600. One bay mare, age 7 years, weght 1600. One black mare, age 7 years, weight 1500. One black mare, age 8 years, weight 1500. One black gelding, age 4 years, weight 1300. One bay gelding, age 4 years, weight 1450. One registered Clydesdale mare, 6 years old, weight 1800, register No. 18809. Five or six lighter horses* * 25 HEAD OF MILK COWS Holsteins and Jerseys, fresh and coming fresh, all good milk* ers and plenty size, good bunch to draw from. Majority of them good Holstein strain. Farm Implements, Etc. Plows, Mower«, Haman, Ohlokena •nd other srtlolea too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE—Eight months' time will be given oh bankable notoe drawing 10 per oent Interest} S per oent discount for oath. HARTSHORN St OLAYTON, Auctioneers. EMERICK BROS., Owners R- W. WILLIAMSON, Olerk. Sale Immediately After Lunoh at Noon. purpose; 18« by same authors, appro priating $3249.96 for relief of Standard Lumber company, for lame purpose; 38 by Featherstone, appropriating 12344.80. for Phoenix Lumber company for same purpose; 110 by Storey, ap propriating «15,000 for relief of A. S. Whiteway, for contract work on state highway; 273 by appropriation com mittee, making biennial appropriations for University of Idaho, Lewiston and Albion normals, Idaho Technical In stitute, Industrial Training school, school for the deaf and blind; 198 by Nielson, appropriating 110,000 to meet S. A. T. C. expenses at University of Idaho; 236 by appropriation commit tee, making biennial appropriations for Soldiers' Home, penitentiary, Orofina and Blackfoot asylums; state sani tarium and Children's homes; 226 by Conover, appropriating $10,000 for Shoshone Falls park; 275 by appropri ation committee, appropriating $145, j 848.83 to pay deficiency warrants; 165 | by appropriations committee, appro orjpriatlng $119,456 for state land In - Gem irrigation district; 166 by O' Dwyer, appropriating $25,000 to widen Spokane river and canals In Kootenai county; 195 by Johnson, amending school laws; 254 by appropriations committee, providing salary of work men's compensation insurance com missioner shall be paid out of insur ance fund; authorizin'- Issuance c. $3,000,000 treasury notes to finance state government; 283, authorizing Is suance of $1,800,000 treasury notes to finance road building. The following senate bills were signed: 182 by finance committee, appropri ating $25,000 to audit books and ac counts of all state departments dur ing past four years; 179 by state af fairs committee, creating the depart ment of public lands under the state land commissioner; 187 by state af fairs committee, authorizing collection of occupational tax. 0 sgj\ Columbia's » the Gem of the— We do not claim that the Columbia Grafonola is the best talking machine because we sell it —BUT— we sell it because of its superiority. The Grafonola faithfully reproduces the human voice, both wood wind and brass wind instruments, all percussion instru ments, and whhn it comes to reproducing orchestral and band mu sic, it is simply wonderful what results are obtainable. SPECIAL Release—popular record on advance sale— "Till We Meet Again," Columbia record No. 0098 with the "Rose of No Man's Land" on the reverse side, makes a dance record that would cause a wooden Indian (the like of which used to appear in front of all cigar stores) to come to life. This record has "Rings on its lingers and bells on its toes." We crave a visit to Boise's newest, best and prettiest music house. éSi\ "// you see it in a Krull ad — it's true." \£*j) GOVERNOR TOLD RED PERIL TO BE SHI Thomas H. Inch Writes State's Chief Executive in Connec tion With Anti-Bolsheviki Campaign of City Editors. The danger of the red peril Is to be illustrated on the screen, Thomas H. Inch has notified Governor Davis. This step Is taken in the antl-Bolshevlkl campaign to be waged by the National Association of City Editors, of which organization Governor Davis was re cently made an honorary member. "Urged to lend my services, also, to this patriotic cause, by producing a great motion picture which should teach the less what liberty without safeguards of law and order Is only license, and that democracy without organized self-control Is only dema gogy, I accepted the trust imposed on me, and am today engaged in filming this production," says Mr. Inch in a letter to the governor. "The story, which I purchased from the Saturday Evening Post, has for Its theme Americanism. It depicts the misunderstandings that arise due to the agitator, and points the way of his elimination and the establishment of a policy of fair play between the two great classes of our Industrial life. "The National Association of City Editors, In recognition of my opera tion. has seen fit to send me the fol lowing letter: "'After thorough Investigation and consideration, the antl-Bolshevlkl cam paign committee of the National Asso ciation of City Editors has decided to officially Indorse and recommend your proposed picture referring to the an archist and agitator—the fellow who steps In between capital and labor and destroys all thought or Intention of a peaceable settlement of differences. We recognize your picture as the one and only relating to this subject which should receive official recognition, and we gladly give It ours, realizing that the mere name of Thomas H. Ince as sures us it will be a production entirely worthy of the lesson It Is Intended to give and In thlB all our campaign com mittee unanimously concurs.' '' Governor Davis Is requested to sanc tion the picture also. The Capital News telephone numbers are 24 and 25. tf NATIVE HERB TABLETS Look in the mirror and note the condi tion of your skin. Is It spotty, covered with pimples, or sallow? If you desire a fresh, healthy skin, a clear complex ion and a bright eve, you must keep your blood in good condition. Take Bliss Native Herb Tablets, and you will experience a general improvement in your health. They remove the cause of pimples, bad breath, heartburn, in digestion and constipation. They act gently, but effectively on the liver, kidneys and bowels, cleanse the sys tem, purify the blood, and restore healthy, vigorous action. A box con tains 200 tablets, and will last six months. Price $1.00. Get the genuine, and look for our trade mark and money back guarantee on every box. Sold by leading druggists and local agents everywhere. —Adv GRAZING LAND IN SIX COUNTIES THROWN OPEN FOR HOMESTEAD ENTRY Grazing land to the amount of 46,215 acre» la Ada, Adams, Canyon, Boise, EJmore and Washington coun ties has been thrown open to entry under the enlarged homestead act, but practically the whole amount has been applied for as homesteaders In the vicinity of the land are given a 9« day preference right to land adjoining their holdings. là 'shirts. Quality Rather Than Price Men will find in buying clothes that it is far better to pay a little more and get good quality, rather than less for the ordinary kind. Let quality be your first thought—you'll find that it will more than repay you. Our clothes are made to give lasting satisfac tion and priced as low as good quality will permit. Spring Suits and Top Coats Manhattan and Arrow Shirts Stetson and Mallory Hats Interwoven Hose • New Neckwear, Etc. Eighth 8t Overland Bldg. TAILORING, FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING. The House of Quality and Service. HATS HATS We Deal Only in Hats and we therefore carry huge assortments of every kind from those for the smallest girl to those for her grand mother. Our stock includes a wide variety in styles, materials, sizes and prices suited to the demands of our various customers. TYLER MILLINERY 215-217 N. 9th St. Charter No. 8346. Reserve District No 12 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE IDAHO NATIONAL BANK At Boise, in the State of Idaho, at the close of business on March 4 1919 RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, texcept those shown in b and c) ........................$ 149,044.22 Total loans .....................................$ 149,044.22 $ 149,044.23 Bonds, securities, etc. (other than U. S.l : Bonds and securities pledged as collateral for State, or other deposits (postal excluded or bills payable 13,863.87 Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S...... 13 333 <,7 Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock ...... 10 524 $8 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of sub scription) ........................................ 3.600.00 Real estate owned other than banking house......... 37 935 7. Cash in vault and net amounts due from national • banks ............................................ $51 37 Total of Items 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 ... .$ 251.37 " TotaI ........................................... $ 215,219.49 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In................................ 3 100,000 00 Surplus fund ....................................... $'898.56 Undivided profits.........................$4,041.48 Less current expenses, Interest, and taxes P a *d ................................... 720.55 8,320.93 Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank, Including all obligations representing money bor rowed, other than rediscounts ................... 107,000/470 T° ,nl ...........................-............... $ 215,219.49 Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which Interest and discount was charged at rates In excess of those permitted by law (Sec. 6197, Rev. Stat.), exclusive of notes upon which total charge not to exoeed 60 cents was made, was none. The number of such loans was none. State of Idaho, County of Ada, as: I, H. L. Streeter, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement la true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. L. STREETER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of March, 191$. F. M. REAMER. Notary Public in and for Idaho, residing In Boise,. Ada County, Idaho. Vm commission expires Sept. 10, 1921. w (Seal) Correct—Attest: ■ J. H. RICHARDS. HARRY C. WYMAN. J. O. BALL. ■ »'«vote«*, X INDIAN MCDICINC MEN. In the Indian tribe one finde the "Medicine Man''—one versed In the healing art of roots, herbs, leaves and barks. In these he discovers emol lients, astringents, laxatives and tonics, all of which are prepared and offered to sufferers among the tribe. To such good ,old-fashioned roots and herbs Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound ,the most efficient remedy In the world for female Ills, owes Its success. For forty-five years It has been restoring the women of America to health, until it Is now recognized as the standard remedy.—Adv.