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PROTEST TRAFFIC III
Lively Sole to Doughboys Wrings Whine From Return ing Boohe Troops, but Profit eers Refuse to Yield Money. By WEBB MILLER. With the Third Army on the Rhine, Feb. 26. (By Mall.)—The lively traffic i Iron Crosses has raised a storm of protest from discharged German sol diers and civilians. Over a score of letters of protest from people In Cob-, lenz have reached Third army head quarters. And now the newspapers have taken up a campaign against the sale of Iron Crosses to American troops for souvenirs. Despite the faot that their own townspeople are encouraging the traf flo by procuring and selling the deco rations at stiff prloes to Americans, the objectors want the American army to put a stop to the sales. When the American troops first entered Coblenz and Trier, they found the windows of jewelry shops full of the prized Iron Crosses. The supply was quickly ex hausted, at the existing prloes of five and seven marks for the Crosses of first and second class respectively. The dealers then scurried around and bought fresh stocks. But the prices were Jumped to 13 and 20 marks, and still the "doughboys" bought them by the handfull. Then the discharged soldiers began te oome home—nearly every one wear ing an Iron Cross. They found that nearly every American soldier In Cob lens had a half-dozen or more. Hence the bitterness. The "Koelnlsohs Zeitung" published a long editorial upon the subject, quot ing a letter written by an Iron cross manufacturer In reply to an order from a dealer. The manufacturer re fused the order and severely rebuked the retailer for the "disgraceful tafflc." "It appears to us," declares the newspaper, "to be an absolutely un worthy practice for German concerns to be selling Iron crosses, which our troops earned In the field by shedding their blood. The German people Is proud of Its emblems of honor won by Its soldiers, but If this emblem Is to become a commercial product, Indis criminately thrown upon the market, the things for which It stands will en tirely be lost sight of." So far the protests have had no ef fect, and plenty of Iron Crosses are still changing hands at 13 and 20 marks. Delegation of Omaha Stockmen Coming to Idaho—To Boost for Second Largest World's Market. The Itinerary for Idaho, of the dele gation of Omaha livestock market boosters who are coming to this state to prove that Omaha has the second largest livestock market In the world and Is still growing, shows a number of cities will be visited, Including Boise. Omaha claims to be the largest feeder market In the world. Ten pack - lng plants are located there, 64 com mission firms and 120 feeder buyers. The value of all classes of livestock handled on the Omaha market during 1918 was $375,382,076. The Omaha boosters are coming to Idaho to tell the people of this state why their market should be used. They will come Into Idaho via Dillon, Mont., and leave via Pocatello. The itinerary follows: Arrive Idaho Palls 1:40 a- m., Friday, April 18. Leave Idaho Palls, 8 p. m., Friday, April 18. Arrive Pocatello 4:55 p. m., Friday April 18. Leave Pocatello 5:35 p. m., Friday, April 18. Arrive Boise 8:55 a. m„ Saturday April 19. Leave Boise 5:45 p. m., Saturday April 19. Arrive Shoshone 11:45 p. m., Satur day, April 19. Leave Shoshone 4:35 p. m., Sunday April 20. Arrive Pocatello 8 p. m., Sunday, April 20. Leave Pocatello 3 a. m., Monday, April 21. For Colds, Grip mad Influenza Toko "Laxativ Bromo Quinine Tablets" Be sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature on the box. 30c. :WITH THE WOMEN: Mrs. Elisabeth Neff of Cleveland, Ohio, decided seven years ago that she knew the first principle of American ization. She not only decided that she knew It, but that she would apply her principle to the foreign'born of her city and thus started the "Girl Home Makers." According to the theory that the American home Is the first principle of Americanization this club was started with 12 girls of five na tionalities. The object of the club was to teach American home-making to foreign girls. Mrs. Neff held that the reason so many girls detested housework was because they were practically taught to dislike It. Instead of encourage ment to "play house" and Imitate mother In the kitchen and sewing room they were told to "run away and not bother." And often household tasks were given as punishment. Therefore the little foreign girl who has not been reared with the same notions will think that housekeeping with conven ient appliances the most delightful game In the world. It seems as If Mrs. Neff was right for her little club of five has grown to over two hundred and there are other "Girl Home-Makers" now In other cities In the country. The little girls of 6 years old Join the first club. They furnish a doll house, making everything themselves. They have a doll family to live In the house and these little foreign tots learn to make clothes for this family of dolls In an American way and they wash and Iron the clothes also. The next year or so finds them In a new club, which uses a real bed big enough for a 6-year-old to use. Then they learn to sweep and scrub, wash and Iron, set a table and cook a meal. They are also taught to eat properly. As they go on from year to year they learn to clean silver and brass, mend neatly, make new clothing, rugs and bedding, to can fruits and vege tables, bake and cook, and to take care of a baby, wash, feed and sew for It. When the girls are graduated they begin a "hope chest" which they fill with beautiful linens and lingerie, the work of their own hands. The club has taught many girls the dignity and art of home-making and has given them something to look for ward to through their factors' days, for most of these little foreign girls are factory workers. Mrs. Neff hopes to see a "Girl Home Makers" club established In every city. She Is very prominent in many kinds of social work In her city, where her husband, William Bryan Neff, Is a judge. Mrs. Neff has written several books and many articles on her work among the foreign girls. ARGENTINA'S FIRST. Senora Julleta Lanteri de Renshaw, a physician, has announced her candi dacy for the chamber of deputies as a representative from the national cap ital. She is the first woman candi date for parliament In the history of Argentina. WHAT THEY'RE DOING. Women in Oregon have their wages regulated by a state la\rç, which gives them a minimum amount of wage. During 1918 the number of women factory workers throughout the coun try nearly doubled. Women outnumbered the men In graduates from the Leland Stanford university last year. The success of women in general hotel work, particularly in the clerical departments, has led many of the fash ionable apartment houses in New York city to Install women as mana gers and superintendents. UNUSUAL NEWS TOLD IN FEWEST POSSIBLE WORDS Chicago—Fireman Frank Cassel claims he's unlucky. He fell two stories yesterday and merely split a thumb. And he'd Just taken out an ! Acid-Stomach Holds Millions Sick and Suffering Do yon realize that you may bava an acid-stomach? . It is the very thing that causes in digestion, heartburn, bloat, belching, stomach pain* and all kinds of stom ach miseries. So if you ever Buffer from any of these painful and distres sing symptoms you may feel sure that you have an acid-stomach. On the other hand, there are millions of people who are victims of acid stomach without their knowing it. People who are tired, listless, run down and worn out—always aickiy and ailing. People who are thin blooded, pale, weak and emaciated. People who have frequent attacks of rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago. Thou sands upon thousands who suffer al most daily from severe headaches, whose nerves are always on edge, irrit able, mentally depressed, lie awake and toaa about throughout the night, ana take a dark outlook on life. They may have no pains in the stomach at au— and yet, nine times out of ten it M Just acid-stomach that ia causing them all their troubles. Boiled down to a few simple fade the condition ia this: An aÜH-Wnn*" 1 * cannot diggest food properly and the whole body Buffers from lack of suf ficient nourishment. It is dangerous to take any chanees with acid stomach. So test your own case and find out for sure whether acid-stomach is the cause of your ill health. Here ia the surest and most simple test for you to make: Go to your druggist and get a big box of EATONIÖ— the pleasant tasting tab bring such wonderfully quick relief that yon wilt think it almost too good to be true. It makes the stomach clean, aweet, cool and comfortable. You can almost feel it work as it drives the gas and bloat ont of your body. You will feel like yonr old time self ■gain—get back yonr pep, enthusiasm and energy—be hearty, hungry, vigor ous. keen, eager to be up ana coming. If yon are not entirely pleased with your test of EATONIO, take it back to your druggist. Our orders are that he will refund your money. Yonr word ia good enough for ua, so make this tart of XA10NIO TODAY. sFATONIC? E^ TTORTODR ACID-STOHÄCH ) Y ENLISTS in fight WHERE SISTER DIED Vida MilhoIUnd. Miss Vida MUholland, sister of the famous suffrage leader, Inez Mllhol land, who gave her life while fighting for the suffrage cause, has given up a career on the stage to devote her time to fulfilling her sister's Ideals. accident policy paying $500 for broken leg. Chicago-—Some one took the Sher man hotel sign, "Not Responsible for Wraps, Etc.," seriously. He grabbed two overcoats from the manager's pri vate office. Duqoin, 111.—Thomas Polley didn't hike to the Rhine, but he estimates he's tramped 150,000 miles for Uncle Sam carrying mall here for 19 years. Kansas City—Personal liberty Is due for another rap. Superintendent Dunn has announced his Intention of making Swope Park "light as day" for the spooners. "BAYER CROSS" ON ASPIRIN Always Ask for Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" A H3AY Only Aspirin Tablets with the safety "Bayer Cross" on them are genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," owned and made by Americans and proved safe by millions of people. Unknown quanti ties of fraudulent Aspirin Tablets were sold recently by a Brooklyn dealer which proved to be composed mostly of Talcum Powder. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" should al ways be asked for. Then look for the safety "Bayer Cross" on the package and on each tablet. Accept nothing else! Proper directions and dosage In each Bayer package. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monotceticacidester of Salieycllcacid.—Adv. Women Find Clear Skin In Simple Laxativei A. * 8 "« of false modesty often prevent* women from a amwtm g that many of her 411» and disorders are due primarily to constipation. But women who'know themselves have learned that head acne remedies and beeutifier* only cover the trouble but do notxlislodge it What is needed is a remedy to move the bowels and stir up the torpid Uver. An ever-increasing number of sensible women take a small dose of a combination of simple laxative with-pepein known aa Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and sold by druggists under that name. It will save a woman from the habitual use of headache remedies, skin lotions and similar makeshifts. Once the bowela are emptied and regulated, the headache and the pimples and blotches disappear. It ia the rational, natural method. A bottle of Syrup Peps in lasts a family a long time, and all will find use for it from time to time. Thoughtful people sue never without it in the house. . drvggiat will rotund your monmy ii it tail» to do aa promiaod. £1 Dr. CaldtceJFs OYRUP DEPSIN The Perfect i Laxative FREE SAMPLES— ir yon bava aessr usad Dr. Caldsreu's Syrup Pepsin sand for a five trial battle to Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 40* Washiactoa 8t., Mon tier Do, ID. If there at* beblei at home, ask fce a copy at Dr. CaidweB's book. The Care of Babj." PRICE AS ALWAYS In eprte at neatly Increased laboratory costs due to the War, by eaeriftetna profits and absorbing war which this family lax ative has basa sold by druggists fce the pact 36 years. Two S ar a 50c and «LOS. Idaho Union Stock Yards Starts off with a boom. Ninety thou sand subscribed the first day shows the Interest manifested by the stockmen of the Boise valley. THE NUCLEUS OF WHAT IS TO BE THE GREATEST STOCK MAR KET OB' THE WEST. Our development to this point Is as sured from the excellent location of Caldwell, favored by her proximity to the great and practically undeveloped fields and ranges of this section; her systems of railways connecting even the apparently most isolated parts of western Montana, eastern and southern Oregon, and last, but not least, the en tire area of our own great state. A climate unexcelled for the mainte nance and gradual Improvements of blood lines, and moderation of four dis tinctive seasons that bar against dis ease and tend to larger frames and more perfect conformation at quick maturity of tho three predominating classes of meat animals—cattle, hogs, and sheep. » Vast areas of soil naturally adapted to wheat, barley, peas, corn, assure a limitless production of hogs—second to none in quality. While this fact has a. direct bearing on hogs, it is of no less importance to the proper fitting of both cattle and sheep for market. Pure water and plenty of it—an en dowment absolutely essential. These are ail facts undisputed. The soil of our section has always been fer tile; grains have been sown and har vested every season and entire crops transported to outside points for mill ing and feeding; hay and forage of dif ferent varieties have been grown to a limited etxent; wild grasses of excel lent feeding qualities have been sprout ed each spring and atfer blanketing hundreds of square miles of accessible range, have withered unmolested. Springs, creeks, lakes, and rivers have always abounded. We do not wish to encroach upon tho credit due Nature for the regularities of ail these wonderful resources with which our territory is blessed, nor to criticise; but rather to commend her for the bountiful features laid at our door. Our sole purpose along this line is to co-operate with this Mistress Agent in performing a duty allotted us in disposing of what the fruits of na ture have produced, and to provide a supply for the ever-seeking del lands of a Greater Production of Better Live Stock. The Idaho Union Stock Yards Com pany's authorized capitalization is $500,000.00, divided into fifty thousand shares of the par value of ten dollars per share. The purposes and objects for which this corporation was formed are: (a) To acquire, equip, own, manage and operate stockyards in the vicinity of Caldwell, Idaho, for feeding, caring for, buying, selling, marketing, hand ling, loading for shipment, unloading at destination and shipping all kinds of live stock, Including horses, mules, cat tle, sheep and hogs. (b) To acquire, equip, manage and operate stockyards In Boise Valley, Idaho, as a general market place for all kinds of live stock, including horses, mules, cattle, sheep and hogs. (c) To buy. sell, deal in, feed, care for, handle, ship, and re-ship all kinds of live stock, including horses, mules, cattle, sheep and hogs. (d) To buy, sell, feed, care for, han dle, ship and market all kinds of live stock for others. (c) To acquire, own and equip suit able premises and headquarters and or ADVERTISERS AND NÖN-ADVERTI8ERS For suitable and exclusive ade and cuts SEE ROSENHEIM Idaho Bldg.—Phone 492—Boise He will cause everybody to SEE YOU. TENTS! of All Descriptions manu, factured to your order. We specialise on all kinds of auto tents, camp fural ture, American flags, Serv ice flags PIONEER TENT * AWNING CO. Sixth and Main rtta. Phene SSS-wI •UY W. •. |l ganlze and manage a general exchange for marketing, buying and selling of all tynds of live stock In connection with such stock yards. (f) It Is the purpose of the Idaho Union Stock Yards Company to estab lish a live stock market along the same lines as Chicago, Omaha, Kansas City, Denver and ail other live stock markets in the United States. This last year, 1918, there originated on the Oregon Short Line Railroad be tween Huntington and Glenn's Ferry approximately 7,944 carloads of live stock. This was the number of car loads consigned to the markets, and does not take into account the local shipments. A market here would draw hundreds of carloads other than those herein mentioned, for instance: Eastern Ore gon, parts of Washington, southern Idaho, points beyond Glenn's Ferry, and much stock In the interior that now trail to other lines, would natur ally come this way. We figure that the receipts would be twice as large as the figures herein given. The past year the number of cars of hogs were Just about one-tenth the number of either cattle or sheep. On most mar kets the receipts of hogs are as much or more than other stock. We look for the production of hogs to be greatly Increased as soon as this market is In operation. In fact, wc look for a marked increase in all kinds of live stock, especially on tho farms, i At the present time there is not much ' incentive for the farmer to go Into stock raising, except for breeding pur poses. Under present conditions he Is at the mercy of the other fellow, for the reason that he has no nearby place to market his live stock. But a home market would put the man with a small amount of stock on the same footing as the man with a train load. A live stock market to be a success must be located where there is an outlet for the tfiin stock that comes to maÿtet. A market without a good feeder outlet will never grow to be much of a market. Located as this market is it should have the best feeder outlet of any market in the Unitt-d States. Adjoining this market, is the best bluegrass country in the United States, second to none In the production of alfalfa, and It has been proven that corn can be raised here most successfully, owing to climatic conditions and the character of the soil, It would seem that It would be an ideal pea country and statistics show that peas in the San Louis Valley, Colorado, have made that valley fam ous as a lamb feeding section. What is true of the San Louis Valiev is also true of Boise Valley: In fact. Idaho and its adjoining territory should be the greatest stock feeding section In the United States. The greatest drawback to this territory is the distance from market. Why not bring the marlset to the home of the live stock, instead of taking live stock to the home of the market? What the stockyards have done for Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha, Buffalo. Denver, they will do for us here at borne. The history of any live stock market will prove this and it is a mat ter of statistics. Address all communications to Ida ho Union Stock Yards Co., Inc., Cald well, Idaho. JOHN SMEF.D, President. FRANK HOWARD, Vice President, CARR & CHRISTIAN, Financial Agents. —Adv Ils your own money [Z, you're spending, says Barney Atc(?< "Go ahead and chew your sweet* sticky plug, if you like it. But there isn't an ordinary tobacco that's one, two, three with Real Gravely. The real good tobacco taste stays with it." Good taste, smaller chew, loafer life is whet makes Gen uine Gravely cost less to chew than ordinary pluf. Writa ta:— Genuinb Gravely DANVILLE, VA. for taoUat a» ckawint Peyton Brand REAL CHEWING PLUG Plug packed in pouch. NOTICE! Automobile licenses are due on the first of January In each year and should be paid at that time, but it has been my custom to allow two mouths for the payment of these licenses. Only about two-thirds of ths licenses ir. this county have as yet been paid and your attention Is ealtad to Sec. 14g of the 1317 Session Laws, Page 119, which reads as follows: "It shall be the duly of jbSrlffs, deputy sheriffs, constables, policeman, game warden and deputy game wardens within the State of Idaho to enforce the provisions of tbls Act and make arrests for tbe violation thereof." The law aiso requires that the tags must so displayed both front and rear of car. W. A. KINCAID, Assessor. BOISE to WEISER AUTO STAGE Every Day But Sunday LEAVE BOISE 3 P. M. VIA Ontario, Payette, Weiser SAME A8 RAILROAD FARE FOUR HOUR 8CHEDULE (TO WEISER) WEISER OFFICE, WASHINGTON HOTEL LEAVE WEISER 8 A. M. TRASK BROTHERS orrice 112 N. 12th 8t. Phone No. 2. SggWSSSMSSSSSSSMSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSl Public Sale! 16 miles southwest of Boise, 6 miles south and 1 mile east of Meridian, 2 miles north and 2 east of Kuna. FRIDAY, MARCH 28 15 CHOICE 8TEER8. Some fat enough to ehlp; young ones, In fine condition to be turn id on pasture or range. Two young mules. Farm Implements. Terms on amount« ever $10. Free Lunch at noon. 8ale starts at 10 s'elock. COL. R. D. ARNOLD, Auctioneer. — C. W. SILVER, Owner. Nine good milk cows; ten fine heifers, all bred; one shorthorn bull; two heavy work horses. The Idaho Medical Company Men, we can without a doubt give you the very best of medical treat* ment If you are suffering with any Acute and Chronlo Private Disease, Blood and Skin troubles, Hydrocele, Varicocele, Rheumatism, Files, Fistulas, Stricture, getting up at night, Unnatural Losses, Extreme nervousness, Loss of Amebition. We are equipped with the latest In struments and appliances to give you quick and lasting results. To those that have been disappointed in getting well, we ask you to call on us. After a thorough examination we can tell you the facta. We can by request refer you to many cases that we have gotten well, some that had given up all hopes of ever being well. What we have done for others we can do for you. We publish no testimonials of satisfied patients as everything Is strictly confidential. All prescriptions are filled from our own drug stock. Personal care and attention glvon to each and every case until they are well. Payments may bo arranged to suit your convenience. Consultation and advice free. OFFICE HOUR8: 9 a. m. to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 5 p.m. 7 p. m. to t pu m, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS! 10 a. m. to 12 m. IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY 5, 6, 7 and 8 Odd Fellows' Bldg., Ninth and Idaho 8ta., Boise, Idaho. LECTURE ! PINNEY THEATER Tuoedoy, March 29, 8 p. m. The Bible declares that a League of Nations and World Democracy are necessary for a permanent peace. FREE By R. H. BARBER, ef Pittsbur«, Pa. PROSPER (BARRET) AVELINE CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN LONG TERM BOISE HAS BEEN MY HOME FOR THE PAST 36 YEARS. MY BUSINESS INTERESTS ARE ALL IN BOISE.