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Nampa Agent HALLY WILSON J. R. STOTTS Caldwell Agent REPORTER K. MILLER Phono 485-W. Phon« 6-R-4, Boisa Phonos 452R or M ODD FELLOWS PLAN El Caldwell Order to Have Promi nent Speakers and Imported Bands on April 28; Out-of Town Lodges Are Invited. Caldwell. March 22.—Extensive prep arations are being: made for the obser vance in this city April 28 of the cen tennial celebration of the I. O. O. F. lodjgc. Speakers of prominence are to deliver addresses and lodges from neighboring interurbap cities and towns are to bo invited. A team com posed of members of the different lodges of the fraternity will put on the work in conformity with the work of the lodge at the time of its institution one hundred years ago and a band from each of the cities and towns on the in terurban railroad will be secured to furnish music for the occasion, which is to be made the most notable in the history of the lodge in Southern Idaho. Committees have already been appoint ed to arrange the program. CALDWELL. Caldwell, March 22.-—J. A. Miller of the A. \j. Murphy Realty company was a business visitor to Boise today. Attorney Harry Kessler of Boise transacted legal business in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dolbrow visited in Boise today. D. D. Sasser transacted business at Emmett yesterday. D. G. Ruby was a business visitor to Boise today. Mr. .and Mrs. Guy McGee visited in Boise last evening. A. Bradney 6f Big Bend, Ore., is a business visitor in the city. E. L. Maris of Rupert is a business vlsiton in the city. C. A. Fisher of Boise, assistant man ager of the Boise irrigation project, was a business vislto»- here today. Mr. and Mrs. <\ A. Burke are visit ing the Week-end at Star. L. R. Adams of Rupert transacted business in the city yesterday. C. P. Ragsdale of Baker City, Ore., is looking after business interests here. ■\\\ H. Shane of Kmmctt transacted business here, yesterday. A. J. Wiley, the Boise civil engineer, spent today in the city. I.. J. Magee, secretary of the Boise Payette Water Users' association, was a Nampa visitor today. Phil Smith, the local real estate man, Went to Boise this afternoon to see the rendition of "The Country Cousin." Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wood of Home dale visited in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hartley visited in Boise today. Funeral services will be held from the Blnford funeral parlors tomorrow afternon for Joseph Rader, who died in Pendleton the first of the week from heart disease and whose body was shipped here for interment yesterday. S. G. Tucker of Notus transacted business here today. Deputy Sheriff Hugh Nlchol was an official visitor to Nampa today. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Walker went tô Boise this afternon to see the rendition of "The Country Cousin." C. F. Kutnewsky, the Boise insur ance man, was a business visitor in the city today. Attorney W. A. Stone transacted le gal business in Nampa today. j . : j I ! ! j j I j I I j MEUT CEE OF Take Salts to Flush Kidneys if Back Hurts or Bladder Bothers. If you must have your meat every day, eat it, but flush your kidneys with ' «ait. occasionally, says a noted author ity who tells us that meat forms uric »cid which almost paralyzes tho kid neys in their efforts to expel it from the blood. They become sluggish and weaken, then you suffer with a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the baok or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coasted and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The ur ine gets cloudy, full of sediment, the channels often get sore and Irritated, obliging you to seek relief two or three times during the night. To neutralize these irritating acids, to cleanse the kidneys and flush off the body's urinous waste get four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy here; take a tablespoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous'salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithla, and has been used for genera tion* to flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize the acids In urine, so it no longer Irritates, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot in jure, and makes a delightful efferves cent lithla-water drink.—Adv. STAR Star, March 22.—Miss Fern Linch oL' Payette was hero Friday. She ia now teaching at lower Fairview. Mrs. Lon Bass is confined. to her home with the flu. Mrs. Barker was a Boise visitor Sat urday. G. W. Chinn returned home from Weiser Friday. Miss Ella Newman gave a surprise birthday party, Friday evening, in hon or of Miss Gladys Watts. Those pres ent. were Misses Hattie Wehr, Elda Sta le y, Lena Leyerly, Mabel Griffith and Louise Chinn. Joe Kincaid made a business trip to Boise Saturday. Mrs. Charles McDowell visited Mr». Charles Stoops in Boise Saturday. Welsie Smith entertained the high school boys at his home Friday even ing. Dr. Spencer of Boise was in Star Saturday on business. Miss Dorothea Kinney entertained a few friends at her home Friday even ing. Mrs. G. G. McFarland was a Cald well visitor Saturday. Mrs. Duncan is reported ill. Dr. Payne of Nampa was here Fri day on professional business. Lamont Dunbar of Portland, Ore., Js here visiting his uncle, 8. Haworth. Mrs. Frank Dobson whs a Boise vis itor Thursday. Miss Mildred Haworth was in Nam pa Friday. Mrs. G. G. McFarland was a Boise shopper yesterday. Mrs. Wallace McDowell and children of Pearl are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Charles McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. Creason and daughter, Mrs. Clark, of New Plymouth, are vis iting relatives and friends here. Those that represented the Crystal Rebekuhs from here were Mrs. T. J. Klinglet*, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanes, and Mrs. Anna Whipple. Mr. Niccolls returned to, his home in Boise after a visit with his daughter, Mrs. White. LIBERTY BONDS All Issues Bought and 8old Keep your Liberty Bonde if you can. If you muet eell them, sell to ue. We pay market price less small brokerage and transportation charge. Register your Bonds to ue. Checks mailed to out of town customers the day Bonds are received.. High & Fritchman Company 9th a Main Sts. Boise, Idaho ! RECLAMATION WORK ON ; BLACK CANYON PROJECT j EASES LABOR PROBLEM ! ! Caldwell, March 22.—Approximately I '$500 is being expended daily here for j ! labor by the federal reclamation serv ! icè In the reclamation work of the I j Black Canyon Irrigation project in i ] proximity to the city, which was com- I j menced two weeks ago. More than 150 I men are employed in the work and a I large number of teams. The first unit J of the project, 9000 acres, is now being reclaimed at a cost of about $225,000, and it is to be completed this summer. It is believed the reclamation of the other units of the project, embracing I. a area of 81,000 acres, will be com pleted soon. C0RP0RALKNUTS0N HOME FROM SERVICE OVERSEAS; WAS WOUNDED IN BREAST Meridian, March 22.—Corporal Ar thur Knutson, one of Meridian's many sons who played a prominent part In bringing to a successful termination the war which this country and its al lies waged against Germany, and who was shot in the last battle of the war while attacking the enemy, arrived home yesterday. The wound received by young Knutson was from a piece of shrapnel which entered his body about two inches above the heart. He was a member of the old Second Idaho and went with his company to the Mexican border when President Wilson called for volunteers to patrol it in 19 J 6. He was transferred to France almost immediately after the entry of this country into the war and participated in some of the greatest battles. He *is a son of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Knutson of this place. FARM BUREAU ELECTS USTICK ZONE OFFICERS Ustick, March 22.—At the farm bu reau me« iing held here Thursday, County Agric ultural Agent W. B. Tuck er explained the different agricultural projects attempted for this season. The following local officers were elected by tho meeting: Chairman— B. F. Hurst. Secretary—Mrs. I. Greathouse. Dairy Project Leader—Chris. Lille garrt. Crop Reporter—A. IT. Pelton. Other speakers of the evening were Miss Kelly, state demonstrator o*f home economics, and County Club Leader II. T. Niece, who spoke on the work of their respective departments. Mr. Niece also appointed Fred Briggs as local club leader for the boys and girls pig club. BAT AT THE COLONIAL CAFE TH« Moit Popular and Up-to-Oato Cato in Caldwoll. Pirat Claaa Soda Fountain. LLOVC HARDEN A DICK HOFMAN j ! Sector Enjoys Historic Immi gration Boom ; Hotels Taxed, Real Estators Swamped. Nampa, March 22.—Never before In the history of this city has Its tribu tary country enjoyed such a measure of Immigration from eastern and mid dle-western states. The Dewey Palace hotel, the Share house and other ho tels In this city are constantly taxed to their guest capacity and real estate men are busy all the while showing homeseekers over the country. More land has changed ownership than for several years past. The majority of the new people locating in the sur rounding country are engaging In dairying upon an extensive Reale. MERIDIAN Meridian, March 22.—Ira E. Lang has accepted a position In the Meridian Hardware company during the absence of J. L. Waggoner In Chicago. Mrs. I-'crn Hutcheson visited In Nampa yesterday. Mrs. Amos Whltely and little daugh ter visited in Boise today. Jack Estes was a Boise visitor last evening. ,T. G. Talman of Boise .the represen tativcof the Oakes Wholesale Grocery The Red Cross wants clothing for overseas refugees. you can. Send to 824 Idaho Street. Give all Jill Est. 1868—8th and Main Y ou will admire our New Neckwear Every woman will lake, delight, in making tier selections from our varieties ôf dainty neck wear. And little wonder that she should-—for we used particular care in buying only those styles that were the prettiest and daintiest and most useful wo could find. The pieces comprise pretty nets, organdies, crepes, frills, satin, etc.; vestees of pique, satin and nets; laundered collar and cuff sets in large, medium and small shapes. Neckwear prices range 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and on up to $5.00. Many Novelties in New Veils It would be more than type could tell to give you any fair word picture of the many novelties which we are showing in veils and veilings for spring wear. You'll find the just right kinds here. Drape veils in many colors, embroidered and braid ed effects; slip-ons and new necklace veils; new veiling by the yard. Gloves that have quality in both fit and wear Our one strap gauntlet is the newest, most fash ionable and most desirable street glove of the sea son. Comes in Khaki buck at $4.50; Chamois al $:j.75; washable cape in tun and walnut at $5.00. Wrist length washable cape leather gloves in gray and tan at $2.75. Silk gloves in black, white, gray and cham pagne, $1.00 to $1.75. "Munsing" and "Kayser* Underwear MADE IN THE UNITED STATES Munsing union suits in favorite weaves and weights at from $1.25 to $2.50. Vests ami pants, $1.00 to $1.25. Kayser Italian ami Venetian silk underwear, beautifully made and perfect fitting; vests in pink or white, $2.00 to $2. / 5. Knickerbockers in black, white and pink at $4.00. Kayser Marvelfit union suits at $4.00. Chemise vests of fine elastic knit ted cotkm with silk bodice top, white and pink. $1.50. Dependable Values in Hosiery Let this remind you that the stocks are quite complete, especially in the following: Silk Hosiery in black, white and gray at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.35. At $1.75 we have navy, black, white, gray, flesh and ivory. At $2.00, beaver und suede. Lisle Hosiery, excellent qualities, full fashioned, fitted toe and foot and reinforced features. At 60c, black, white, brown, gray and champagne. At 85c, black and white. ---way, umva a» At 50c, extra good quality black or white seamless cotton hose, good weight; fitted foot, ankle and leg. Absorption Process Makes Faoe Young Success at last has come to scientists o? l remov?nis r ?hÎ! aV8 , sou * ht some method of removing the outer veil of facial ekln wo5fd" e be f bo?h"n??' . com P'c J[ ion« a which The n r °™ l ? nles " and harmless. The new process is so simple, so inex HZvZrnri iH no one had dls l0 . g , , ag P- u »'a® been amply 1?, V' at common mercoltzed wax (sold by druggists in ounce pack ages) entirely removes, by gentle ab sorption, the withered, lifeless surface Î£,Î!L H le youthtnl, roselike skin beneath. Tho wax is applied at night, like cold cream, and washed off In the morning. The absorption also cleanses pJSJfgd Pores. Increasing the skin's breathing capacity and preserving tone, color andinatural beauty of thj» new skin. A simple! and harmless wrinkle-remover which has also proved quite successful can easily be made at home in a jiffy. All one need do is to dissolve an 'ounco of powdered saxolite In a half pint of witch hazel ami bathe the face in the solution once a day for awhile. After the very first application tile finer lines disappear and the deeper ones soon fol low.—Adv. company, was a business visitor here today. Miss Grace Whitlock visited In Nam pa yesterday. r O. V. Sehern transacted business In Boise today. Mrs. Krank Long of Boise visited here yesterday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson. Lee Hilt was a Boise visitor yester day. Tom Wilson of Emmett transacted business here yesterday. A party was enjoyed last evening at the high school auditorium by the junior class of the Ttural High school. NT Building Permits in Nampa This ! Year Reach $147,475 Total; I " $80,900 in March. Nampa, March 22.- Since January 1 fof this year, permits have been issued j by City Building Inspector Lee R. Cook for the construction of buildings I involving expenditures amounting to j $147,475. Tile permits of January amounted to $17,500. Those of Kebru I ary reached a total of $22,425, while those of the present month up to and including yesterday, amounted to $80,900. While residences are in course of construction in nil parts of the city many more arc planned, and it )s gen erally conceded that the cost of rest dences and business buildings which have been determined upon will amount to a total sum In excess of $500,000. USTICK BAT WIELDERS WIN. Ustick, March 22,—The ball game be tween Ustick and Valley View school Kriday at Ustick was won by Ustick 12 to .2. The game was well attended, Valley View school coming en masse. A foot race after the game between a Ustick Rchool girl and one from Valley View was decided in favor of the Valley View entrant. I , J ! j ; i | a : 1 - V j Spring "Has Came" And if you were caught with that old heavy winter hat, you have yourself to blame, not us. Through the medium of both daily papers we told you somo days ago that some morning you would awaken to find the sun shining and then you would want that spring "kady" in a hurry. If it is true that if you go early to bed and are early to rise—you will meet no prom inent people—rit is likewise true that if you wear a winter hat on a spring day you will feel anything but prominent. Not "prominent" in the sense of being distinguished, but "prominent" in the well dress ed sense, with all thut that im plies, because after all, the conspicuousness of being well dressed gives to a man an as surance he cannot otherwise possess. We have the hat to suit your purse and also the hat to suit your personality, because we are SPECIALI8T8. eeeueesej u ZimmermaN Ui ^ f| |^\j A SUGGESTION Buy your electric Portable Sewing Ma chine now and put the $4.10 which you save by making this purchase at this time • into the safest investment in the world WAR SAVINGS STAMPS % Remember this exceptional opportun ity will be GONE at the close of business March 31st. Better order your machine now. Just step to the telephone and call the IDAHO POWER COMPANY Tell them to send you a No. 1 Electric Portable Sewing Machine and don't for get to put the change into W. S. S.