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Mi, IS DEMED ' LOOK IT IFFIIKIY Husband for Whom Buth Gar rison Poisoned Wife Surren ders to Police ; Accused'Held on Charge of Murder. Seattle. Wash., March 21—Ruth Garrison, charged with poisoning Mrs. Grace Elizabeth Stores, will be ar raigned on first degree murder charges before Judge Boyd Tallman in su perior Court at J: 30 today. The man she loved—Dudley M. Stores—is In the city Jail,-but has not been permitted ..to see the girl charged with killing his wife by placing etvychnine in a fruit cocktail while -the two lunched together In the Bon Marche tea rooms Tuesday afternoon. SURRENDERS TO POLICE^. Shortly after 7 o'clock last night Btorrs entered the police station and surrendered himself, ending a search that began Wednesday morning when he failed to arrive on the train from Wenatchee. Previous to his surren der hfe telephoned Deputy Prosecutor John D. Carmody that he was in town and ready to give himself up. Apparently ill-at-ease he walked into the detective office, where he was held until the arrival of Carmody and Captain of Detectives Charles Ten nant. Ostensibly keyed up to a high nerv ous pitch he walked about the room, •xaminlng the pictures on the walls, flpgering the books on the table and once oven combed his hair before a •mull mirror. SHE WOULD COME. The fact that lie had not sent his wife money while he was living in Okanogan he explained by saying he had left her quite a little sum and be cause she was living with her father he thought that she could get along. Questioned about living with the Garrison girl at Okanogan, he de clared he had never cent for her to como to him; that the first time she came he received a letter one Friday morning stating that she was coming on a night train. "There was nothing to do but meet her. She stayed four or five days that time," he said. 8EIZE $12,000 OPIUM CACHE. San Francisco, March 21.—Opium valued at $12,000 Is in the hands of federal officers today and a Chinese passenger Is under arrest as a result of a. raid upon an incoming liner by cus toms Inspectors. The opium was con cealed In various state rooms on tho vessel. Grippe Neuralgia Influenzal Colds Sciatica Tqothache Neuritis Earache Aching Joints Backache Lumbago Rheumatism Pain! Pain! What else offers relief so quickly? Don't suffer! Adults—Take one or two "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" with water; if necessary, repeat dose three times a day, after meals. Aspirin l-®) The" Bayer OossVon Genuine Tablets 20-cent package—Larger sizes. Buy only regular Bayer packages. Owned by Americans—Entirely I Child's Flesh Raw With Eczema Reeinol Stopped Itchihg and Healed the Sick Skin .Philadelphia, Pa., Oct.'15;—"My baby suffered terribly for three months from eczema. It appeared on hts faery head and hands, and spread until his head Wes' a mass of so r e s , / *.... y and he looked an If ha had been scalded. The Itching was et Intense I had to tie his bands. He cried all the tlme'and could not sleep. I tried many remedies, but nothing did him any good. I heard of Ree inol Ointment and Reeinol Soap, and the fourth day after I began their use the Itching stopped. Now one would not know he had ever had any akin trouble. Two Jars of the Ointment cured him." (Signed) Mrs. Resale Davis, 1012 South 13th St. All druggists sell Reslnol Ointment aad Reeinol Soap.—Adv. Hot BeUiANS water Sure Relief PLANS TRADE WAR German Business Prepares for Ruthless Commercial Onslaught When Blookade Gone. Washington, March 21.—German business plans the resumption of ruth less commercial warfare immediately upon removal of the allied blockade, official advices from Stockholm to ^he bureau of foreign and domestic trade state. German boards of trade are urging upon their members the importance of making German goods of such qual ity and price as cannot be excelled by any foreign manufacturer it w'as an nounced. Money has been set aside by the Prussian government and also by the ministries In Bavaria, Wurtemburg and Baden and at Hamburg for financ ing trade and scientific expeditions abroad. „ CALIFORNIA SERIOUS ON ANNEXATION QUESTION Los Angeles, Cal., March 21—South ern California's movement for annex ation of Lower California by the United States has reached th.e stage where a convention has been called to consider the mattér, It announced to day by the League of the Southwest. The convention will be held at El Centro April 25-27, with delegates from Mexico and Arizona as well as from California. Purchase or annexation of Lower California 'i advocated.' AMUSEMENTS 'FRISCO SCRIBE PENS GLOWING TRIBUTE TO ALEXANDRA CARLISLE "Her gifts are gifts of grace and voice, though the latter is not so large as tragic work demands, exquisite sympathies, finding without apparent effort the inflection and the key In which to speak with softly moving elo quence," says the dramatic critic in the San Francisco Chronicle in des cribing Miss Alexandra Carlisle, lead ing woman with "The Country Cousin,'' that shows tonight and Saturday af ternoon and evening at the Pinney theater. Continuing, the scribe says: "She has Imperiousness, too, as when she commands the situation at the conclusion of the third, act—tho scene it which her little cousin is being de spoiled and outraged in her tender innocence by the racuous .vulgarity of a gang of second-story workers dis guised in the habiliments of polite so ciety. She has rare beauty, too, and the quality of reaching out with personal touch to pluck you by the sleeve in friendly, intimate and alto gether unaffected frankness. A whim sical, quizzical manner she has, too, as a leading woman for John Drew must have. "And that individual, the "New Yorker," against whom the shafts of Tarkington, like those of O. Henry, are so often directed, George Tewks berry Reynolds III, was a comedy tri umph In the agile understanding of Alfred Lunt, who Is so eloquent he talks with his shoulders, reads you volumes with the footlights lllumlni nating his slender hack, reveals abysses of consternation by winking his eyelids, and explains whole chap ters with a gesture of his hands. Lunt's artistry is,no less than Miss Carlisle's. AT THE PINNEY. Miss Alexandra Carlisle whose suo cess In "The Country Cousin" In New York and the cities of the east was al most phenominal, is duplicating this success in the cities of the Paclfio coast. Miss Carlisle comes to the Pinney tonight and Saturday, wltn matinee Saturday. This play which Is by Booth Tark ington and Julian Street, Is not a rural drama as Its name might Imply, but a smart satire on society. It shows the women of New York's Idle rich class smoking their cigarettes and drinking their cocktails. It Is Into this vortex that the young girl from Ohio Id thrown and It Is from this artificial and useless life, that Nancy Prloe, the country coysln, rescues her. AT THE MAJESTIC. A new vaudeville 1/11 opens at this theater today. The attractions are the Lyric Duo, a blackface comedy and singing act that will please, Kanther and Kramer, acrobats extraordinary, Is the other act and the popular Vivian Martin In her latest screen success "You Never Saw Suoh a Girl." A Billy Rhodes comedy will finish out the program. AT THE 8TRAND. "Laughing Bill Hyde," the Rex Beach story plcturlsed, continues on st this theater today and Saturday. The many patrons seeing this picture yes terday pronounce it better than "The Heart of the Sunset" or "The Bar rier." The latest edition of the Paths Weekly, the world's nsws In pictures, rounds out the entertaining program at the Strand, Chlcage—"I cannot tell a lie," she said; "I was speeding 31 miles, Juet a* the officer said." Ot course It wgs Miss Catherine True. Fill SETS US» KM imita mi Situation kssumaa Proportions of Epidemic, Health Officer Reports ; 60 Cases, Though of Milder Variety Than Usual TwI» Falls, Ida., March 21,—The Spanish Influenza situation In Twin Falls, developing within the past 10 days, has assumed the proportions of an epidemic) according to the state ment made Wednesday by Dr. C. Q. McGinnis, county health officer, at a meeting here of the county commis sioners sitting as the board of health. The board decided to enforce a rigid quarantine as to Individual patients with a view to controlling the epi demic by this means If possible with out resorting to Issuance of any clos Ing order. to the statement of Dr. cases of Influenza in Twin een reported up to Wed In addition to this num ber, Dr. McGinnis said there are nu merous casts of such mild type that they haven't been reported. Generally, Dr. McGinnis said, the In fluenza In the present epidemic Is of milder type than that of the first epi demic here, and a minimum of serious results Is anticipated, provided proper According McGinnis 60 Falls had b nesday noon precautions are taken by •both the community bind the individual sufferer. TRIAL OF ALLEGED COFFIN PROFITEER ON IN SEATTLE Seattle, Wash., March 21.—With the Jury selected, the prosecution's attack launched aikd the defense reserving Its statement, the trial of G. M. "Bert' Butterworth, undertaker, Is continuing In Judge Neterer's department of the United Stabes district court here today. Buterworth, manager of E. R. But terworth & Sons, one of the largest undertaking establishments In the northwest, [is charged with profiteer ing from the government and parents of dead sailors and marines on coffin sales and burial arrangements. WARNS BOCHE TO REIGN SUPREME OVER EAST IF POLAND LEFT HELPLESS Warsaw: March 21—Germany will dominate Mst Europe politically and economically and will prepare herself for another mighty assault against the world's peace unless Poland is con sistcntly Strengthened to prevent their aggressionl," Ignace Paderewski, Polish premier, declared In an Interview. Preparations to resist the threaten ed Bolshevik Invasion are under way. ARG^IE NEUTRAL CLAIMS. Paris March 21.—Consideration of recommendations of neutral countries qualified to enter the league of nations is under way today. This Increases the possibility that a complete agreement may be reached on the revised cove nant by tomorrow. Switzerland today urged recognition by the league of the declaration of 1813, guaranteeing the Inviolability of Swit zerland. j'J'his is considered the "Mon roe doctrine of Europe," and It Is be lieved it kill pave the way for accept ance of the wish of the United States that the Monroe doctrine remain in force. KAHN ARRIVE3 IN PARIS. Paris, March 21.—Congressman Kahn, of California, has arrived here from Brest. When ho reached that port yesterday several minor officials took him for Secretary Baker. DIES pF SLEEPING 8ICKNESS. Chico, Cal., March 21.—George W. Walker, 38, is dead today of sleeping sickness, after 18 hours of somno lence. l|le recently recovered from Spanish [influenza. Grape:Nuts A True Builder —-'SAiEriSSr--* I *■ food Made •from whole wheat & malted barley'this delicious -food pro vides the necessary elements 'for sturdy muscle and brain buildind. Economical— Requires no sugar. 44 Reason 99 V//,, mm ICU MEUT um nur Look, Mother! Is Tongue Coat ed, Breath Feverish and Stomach Sonr? 'California Syrup of Figs' Can't Harm Tender Stomach, Liver, Bowels. A laxative today saves a slcle child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, or your child is listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because It Is perfectly harmless, and In a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "Inside cleansing" is oftimes all that is necessary. It should be the first treat ment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. ABk your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that It Is made by the ''Call fornla Fig Syrup Company.'—Adv. ORPHANAGE HEAD DENIES MISTREATING CHARGES Vallejo, Cal., March 21.—Stout de nial was made today by Fred Anthony, superintendent of the Good Templars orphanage here, of the charges pre ferred against him by a number of lit tle girl Inmates of the institution. An thony Is being held for a preliminary hearing Wednesday, following his ar rest last night. Arrest followed Investigation by au thorities of charges made against An thony by a girl placed In the home while her father Is In France. Sev eral other girls under 14 made dam aging charges against Anthony, ac cording to the authorities. Y. M.C. A. BUILDING FUND TOTAL $165,275.65 Boise subscribed $165,275.65 for the new Y. M. C. A. building. The official figures were given out today by the auditing committee composed of G. R. Hitt, chairman, John W. Eagleson and Carl W. Dirks. The work of the committee was completed Thursday evening and their official report made to the board of directors of the asso ciation today. ATTERO CONOTI! Accompanied by Famous Sec ond Idaho Band, Local Boost er Club Will Go to Salt Lake During June. With a view of putting Idaho and the Boise valley In the limelight in a way that cannot be^ denied, the Rotary club of Boise will attend the Interna tional Association of Rotary club'a an nual convention, to be held at Salt Lake In June, in a body, accompanied by the famous Second Idaho regiment band. The June gathering of Rotarlans will be one of the largest conventions ever held In the northwest, and will at tract 15,000 to 20,000 visitors. There are four Rotary clubs in Idaho, one each- at Boise, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls and Pocatello, and all will be in at tendance at the convention to present the advantages of the Gem state to the thousands of boosters who will be delegates. Twenty-five real Indians from Fort Hall reservation will be taken to the convention, and every delegate will be loaded to the guards with literature and pictures descriptive of Idaho and its opportunities. An effort will be made to bring the 1920 convention to Boise. Delegates from 4ite northwest will start from Seattle in a special car. They will reach Boise In the morning, and remain in the city all day as the guests of the Boise Rotary club, which organization will poin them In leav ing for Salt Lake that evening. The Boise delegates will pick up the Twin Falls representatives at Minidoka, and the Idaho Falls and Pocatello contin gents at the Gate City, when all will go In together. There are over a hun dred members In the Boise lodge, and an effort will be made to have every member attend the convention. At the regular meeting of the club at the Owyhee hotel Thursday noon, the Rotarlans were royally entertained by the Ionian ladles quartette, which rendered several selections. At the concluslbn of their program, the mem bers announced that they liked the state so well that they would hereaf ter be known as the- "Idaho Ladles Quartette." E. B. Sherman gav a very interesting talk on "Rotary Ideals," and presented the subject In a strong, capable manner. PARALYZED, DEAD, MISSING, NOW GREETING HOME .PALS Weed, Cal., March 21.—The para lyzed, missing and dead lightly hopped off the train today and shook hands all around. Thirteen months ago, Wayne Bassett arrived overseas. Several months later he was report ed as paralyzed. Shortly after this, casualty lists stated he was missing in action. Subsequent casualty reports Inform ed relatives that he was killed in bat tle. Today Bassett returned home, unin jured and reported he wasn't even sick while away. BRITISH MINERS TO DECIDE TONIGHT ONvSTRIKE ISSUE London, March 21.—Miners, railway men and transportation men will meet tonight to definitely decide whether to call a general strike. U this Is called, the strike Is to begin tomorrow. A refusal of the government to meet all demands of the laborates will result in the overthrow of the present cabinet and substitution of a labor cabinet, la bor leaders declare today. TEXAS FIGHTERS HOME. Newport News. Va., March 21.—The 133rd field artillery, composed almost entirely of men from Dallas. Tex.|, ar rived here yesterday on the transport Ryndam from St. Nazaire, France. 1 WSB '•ttsrgregssSej w ir s.wm Btrd ffggtetnf Ask Your Druggist 1.1 Wmt» »»iS $1.00 a Bottlg V tr MS VMS Ml «m Mtautirt. • sv r«r * M m iM If your druggist cannot sup ply you, ssnd $1.00 toths manufac* tursr. Don't Suffer Ost s bottle of this wonder rsmsdv—mads In the mountain haven where thousands seek relief. MsdsOniy by H. E Machol, Idaho springs, Colo. Beach Presente Laughing A big photodrama of Alaska such as only Rsx Beach can portray. TODAY-SATURDAY STRAND VAUDEVILLE LYRIC DUO BLACK FACE COMEDY ■k KANTHE and KRAMER ACROBATS EXTRAORDINARY VIVIAN MARTIN A LONGING TG SEE THE WORLD—AN OLD MOTOR GAR—AN AD VENTUROUS G IH L — THESE MAKE A COM BINATION HARD TO EQUAL - AND THE GIRL You Never Saw Such a Girl VIVIAN MARTIN IS THE KIND OF piRL THAT MAKES YOU WANT TO STAY FOR THE SECOND SHOW. COMEDY IN ADDITION MAJESTIC—TODAY-SATURDAY 2 DAYS, FRIDAY A SATURDAY MARCH 21-22 Saturday COAST TO COAST TRIUMPH PINNEY THEATRE KlAW*ERLAN 6 EfO <utd GEORGE CTYLEft MB fflUNTR» ^ALFRED tôÎNT and exceptional.Cast NOT A NO. g ROAD SHOW BUT THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK COMPANY AND PRODUCTION A _ A SOCIETY FLAY—NOT A RURAL PRAMA Seats on Sale •RICES Evening, $ 2 . 001 » 1 J 0 , « 1 . 00 , 7 Bo, BOo; Matinee. fUM, $ 1 X 0 , 75 «, Me. Oge Rrleea INue 10 Bar Cent War Tea '