KERR RESIGNS POST
AS U. S. EMPLDrMENT
DIRECTOR IK STATE
E. H. Hasbrouck Appointed to
Act in His Place and Boise
Made Headquarters for
Marlon J. Kerr of £t. Anthony lia»
jyq v-tato director for the
i iiiieu Ktntey employment .'•er vice. His
resignation has hen accented hy the
department at Washington ami K. II.
Hasbroin'k has been notified of his ap
pointment as acting- director. Boise Is
made .'Hate headquarters.
Inability on the part of. Mr. Kerr to
give his time to the work, especially
in the event headquarters was moved
from St. Anthony to Boise, is said to
be the cause for the former director
stepping out. A readjustment was
found necessary of the employment of
fices as the last congress failed to
pass the necessary appropriation for
tiie support of the federal government
service. Notification vva sent to the
district offices in Twin Falls. Idaho
Falls Pocatello, Moscow and Wallace
that if the employment offices there
are to-be maintained they would have
to receive local support, as federal as
sistance, would have to be cut off. An
allowance was made for the Boise of
Acting Director Has.brouek stales
that the office will la* maintained here
and with the limited means at his
command every effort vvil he made to
find employment for those desiring it
especially for returning soldiers ami
flfl i IUI4 HD
BOYS MISSIIK Oil
boys of tin
lives in I'ra in
division who T
and aie missin
v ill giv
evening for Seattle to meet Lieuten
ant Colin V. Dyment, the Red Cross
searcher of the 91st division, who will
tel! the story of the Red Cross work
and will answer questions concerning
any man who lost his life in the ser
vice with that division.
1rs. William II. Cat heart met with
accident Thursday afternoon, so
el.v injuring lier right eve. She was
en to St. Alphonsus hospital for
JEROME COMPANY TO ENLARGE
J. A. Youngkin & Company,
ware and implement dealeis of Je
have engaged the arehitn
Wayland & Fennell to dr
the enlargement of their
Jng and garage. The w<
tual firm of
w plans for;
is under way. The improve
vvTll cost some $!2,000.
The first section of
auxiliary of St. Michael' cathedra
will hold a cooked food sale and the
girls off Mrs. T. <\ Hollings head, a
eandy sale, all day Saturday ut the
Boise Mercantile company's store on
North Eighth street.
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The King's Heralds class of the
First Methodist church will meet to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in
the parlors of the church. There will
be an interesting program followed
The regular meeting of the Coun
en of Woman Voters will be held
Monday night in the c ouncil chambers
of the city hall. A report of the St
I>ouis convention will be given and
Mrs. Manning will make an address
on "Socialism and Its Views of
Property, Both Public and Private."
The degree of entered apprentice
Mason will be conferred on five can
didates next Saturday evening, com
menecing at 7 o'clock, by Boise lodge
No. 2, A. F. & A. M. in tile Masonic
GUEFtRFCAGORTFA—The funeral of
E. Guerricagortia, who died of lobar
pneumonia at Emmett last Monday,
was held this morning at 9 o'clock al
the Church of »lie Good Shepherd. Hur
lai was in St. John's cemetery and the
funeral was by automobile. The young
Spaniard was 22 years of age and un
New York.—Militant plcketers in
the shirtwaist and garment strike
here have adopted egg-grenades, laid
In 1776, as the most effective weapon.
Shots nr* expensive, however. Judge
Ringiing deciding on $25 per hit.
Eugene, Ore.—"What's the matter
boys, won't she start?" asked J. E.
Shelton, when he found two youths
attempting to crank his flivver. "No,"
answered the would-be auto thieves,
but they did.
an auto dream
. y •
L ULLED by Hip swrep of tho winds and Ills
whir of engines, remembering clouds of
u dust and fleeting glimpses of dashing
girls and inotrr cars, it's no wonder that HE
»hon Id h:i v" sc mixed-iu. dream. There SHF.
soaring from the dust—ALL girls represented
by fhe ONE girl—and around the brim of her
big picture-hat, race autos. But, then, when
one's HEART is troubled he'll dream 'most
.mvihimr so Innir as SHE is in HIS dream.
LITTLE NEWS OF BOISE
CALDWELL CHAPTER i
««up. grand high priest, and |
Marshall, grand master of (
oral a ut
-il of the Grand Chapter of
i Masons in Idaho, have
ildwell to mAke a formal
e Caldwell chapter. Sev
loads of Chapter Masons
down this evening for the
CRAIG COFFIN TO BUiLD
A handsome residence to cost ap
1 proximatoly $8000 is to ho built on th
j south side of Warm Springs a
near the Jack Skillern home, by
j Coffin. Plans for the home
l,cing drawn by Wayland & Fennell.
j CLUB ENTERTAINMENT
The Columbian club will give the
first of a series of entertainments Sat-;
urday afternoon at 2:30 at the homo;deaf
Pittenger, 148 East ;
•rds will be played, j
aise funds for fur-l
nishing a room in the n« w Y. M. C.
A. building. ■
— CALLED TO POCATELLO
j .Mrs. Fred A
I The affair is u:
C. W. McCI
Judge Dietrich, was called to Pocatello
Thursday night to take testimony in
; the case of the 1'tah Power & Light
j company against the Last Chance
; Canal Co. et ai. The suit involves wa*
! ter rights.
SPEAKS AT WEISER SATURDAY
I An illustrated health let
given at Weiser Saturday
M. S. Parker, field secretary of the
; Idaho Anti-Tuberculosis association of
Boise. No admission will be Charg
i r d and the people of Weiser and vi
: cinity are most cordially invited to be
present. Some high-class health pic
lures will be shown on tlie canvas by
Mr. Parker. The campaign for
better health conditions that is being
(waged in this state is part of a great
impaign financed by the
will be I
.ening by |
The finishing -touch
of satisfaction to
many a breakfast*
is a cup of
A rich enjoyable
i \merican Red Cross and carried on by
| the National Tuberculosis association,
( with the fight against the dread di
sease as the central idea. People
everywhere are becoming very much
interested in this work and it is sure
to result in great good.
PLANS FOR NEW HOM9
Charles S. Rathbun, who recently sold
his fine bungalow at 919 North Nine
teenth street to W. M. Morris of the
Golden Rule store, is having plans
drawn by Wayland & Fennell for a
modern 8-room residence :.*> be built on
Warm Springe avenue, just east of the
The house will cost about
GOODING SCHOOL PLANS
Wayland & Fennell have smarted the
p i ans for the school building for he
and blind school to 1)3 built at
; Gooding. The building i
j dormitory for tlie girls :•
will bo two stories with
jment. The legislature
■ $50,000 for die imprçvemen . The plans
will be completed in 30 days.
a full base-lrl
TWO GARAGE PERMITS
Rosene & Elmer took out a permit
toda.v to build a garage at 1421 Fort
street at a cost of $400 and M. L.
Tvvogood for a frame garage at 902
Hays street, costing $300.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our heartfelt
I gratitude to the many friends who
| were so kind to us in our affliction !
< D. P.RncK AND SON, ROBT, (
MR. AND MRS. S. T. BROWN.
HERE FOR INVESTIGATION.
Senator M. B. Teaman of Bonneville
county, appointed by Governor Davis
to make an investigation of books of
various departments in the statehouse,
ved this morning to take up his
COURT GOING NORTH
The supreme court opens the north
ern term at Lewiston, April 9. Chief
Justice Morgan will leave for that city
Monday, Justice Rice will follow. Jus
tice Budge, now in Portland, will go to
Lewiston from that city.
LAND BOARD MEETING
The .state land board met today and
held a conference with Land Commis
sioner Nash with regard to issues that
'came before his department and ap
proved a number of loans made. Land
selections were taken up.
INTERESTNIG AUTO QUESTION
Owners of automobile transfer lines
out of Spokane have filed tariffs with
the public utilities commission show
ing rates and schedules to be charged
;in 1<Jîlho ' The filing raises an inter
;est,ng Question of an auto freight car
ei ! outfdde °f the stale coming into
Idaho. It will be taken up with the
legal department of the commission.
STRONG NAMED COMMISSIONER
( • A. Strong of New Plymouth was
appointed by Governor Davis to suc
ceed A. C. Cogswell as commissioner
uf Payette county. Cogswell resigned
as he is going to leave the state.
Nancy Ellen Watts, recently ap
pointed by Governor Davis to repre
sent Idaho in New York in receiving
and welcoming Idaho soldiers as they
AT THE COLUMBIA HOUSE
Buy it here if you
$5 cash and $5
Our stock of Columbia records comprises all of the better of those
BEST records. Since our service is not measured in dollars, you will
get the same attention whether It's a sheet of music, one record, a dozen,
or a Grafonola that causes your visit. This house is here to stay and
fully realizes that to (toy, It must serve.
If you see it in a Krull ad — IT'S TRUE.
TO BE APPOINTED
Governor Davis Working on
Matter—Meeting Called for
Boise April 14—Mrs. Athey
Will Be One of Them.
Governor Davis is now working on
the commission empowered by the last
legislature to locate the two tubercu
losis hospitals to be erected in this
state. One of the commissioners will
be Mrs. W. L. Athay, to whom general
credit is given for getting the act
through the legislature. Two of the
commissioners will come from the
north and two from the south. J. K.
White, commissioner of public welfare,
will be its secretary. The commission
will hold Us first meeting in Boise
The law provides that one of the
commissioners must be a doctor and
for that position Dr. Wendell of Hope
is mentioned; one a business man and
one an educator, for which Professor
Aatchison of Pocatello is being con
sidered. The commission has $5000
with which to meet the expenses of its
To meet the expense of erecting the
two tuberculosis hospitals a levy of
one-fourth of a mill is provided on all
taxable property of the state for 1919,
and one-eighth of a mill for 19-0.
Those two levies will raise $185,000.
Sites for the hospitals have already
been offered. It is probable that be
fore the commission takes any action
along this line an expert with the na
tional association will be called to
Idaho to carefully consider all sections
best adapted to hospitals of this kind.
return from France, notified the gov
ernor of her acceptance. ' I am glad
to have the opportunity of doing the
work and assure you 1 will fulfill my
mission to the best of my ability," she
writes. She says she has the names of
15 Idaho boys in New York hospitals
and she will visit them.
STATE CHEMIST RETURNS
Edward R. Rhodenbaugh, state
chemist, returned Thursday night
from Shoshone, where he testified in
the case of the state of Idaho against
the Overland Beverage company of
Nampa, charged with selling hard
cider. The case was heard by a jury
before Judge Ensign. There were still
other witnesses to testify before the
cuse was given to the jury and Mr.
Rhodenbaugh did not remain to await
Articles of incorporation for the Ida
ho State Fair have been filed with the
secretary of state. The incorporators
R. A. Johnson, Lewiston; Eugene
Rooney, Boise; T. H. McDermott, W.
I N. Sweet, Boise: Leo Marsters, Meri
dian; \V. H. Thompson, Boise; Guy
Graham, Fruitland: W. F. Allworth,
Twin Falls; E. J. Iddings, Moscow; E.
F. Rinehart, Rupert; C. L. Weeks,
Caldwell; D. S. Wallace, Lewiston; If.
E. Wiley. Springfield; O. P. Render*
shot, Boise; Charles II. Eagleson.
ON DEPARTMENT BUSINESS.
For the purpose of transacting de
partment business George H. Fisher,
chairman and president of the in
dustrial accident board, bas gone to
An appeal in the case of Mountain
Home Co-operative Irrigation company
versus Henry G. Lawrence has been
filed with tlie supreme court from the
judgement entered in the fourth judi
cial district court.
GOES TO PORTLAND.
Justice Alfred Budge of the supremo
court lias gone to Portland, accom
panying his daughter to that city for
NEW ABSTRACT COMPANY.
The ('lark County Title & Abstract
company filed articles of incorporation
with the secretary of state. The prin
cipal place of business is given as Du
Constipated Children Gladly TaEe
" California Syrup of Figs"
For the Live! Add ßpweli
Tell your druggist you want genuin«
»' California Syrup of Figs." Full directions
and dose for babies and children of all ages
who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue
coated, or full of cold, are plainly printed on
the bottle. Look for the name -" Californi a**
accept no pthcr <'£ig Syrup,*^
same ferrure ana
to a et
P a ÇlurHÂ
bois. The capital stock of the com
pany Is $10,000.
NAMES OFFICE FORCE.
C. A. Elmer, commissioner of public
Investment, names his office force as
follows: Miss Nancy K. Roberts, chief
clerk; Miss Fleet a M. Bixler, book
keeper: Margaret Brennan, loan clerk
and stenographer and Miss Christine
Riddel, bond clerk.
A two-year appropriation of $1,000,
000 will be asked of Pennsylvania's
legislature for the mother's assistance
fund, to be used for pensions.
Detroit—Police arrested Fred
Adams, professional cripple. One leg
was useless. One arm twisted. Thus
handicapped he licked four officers
and ran a mile. He may be offered a
Job on the force.
Est. 1868—8th and Main
1 Jar Palmolive
4 Cakes Palmolive
1 Can Palmolive
On sale at our toilet goods seotlon. Main Floor.
This is a saving to you of Sic.
DESERTER SHOWS UP
P. E. Merriam of the United States
department of justice left Thursday
night for Douglas, Utah, with Ev
erett D. Rambo, a draft deserter. Ram
bo did not claim exemption as a con
scientious objector in his questionnaire,
but when called for service, disappeared
and but recently returned and gave
himself up. He is a member of some
religious sect which does not believe
In war. He will be tried before mili
tary court martial as a deserter?
MEET NEXT TUESDAY.
The Ada county veterans of the great
war are to meet at the Commercial
Club Tuesday night of next week to
form an Ada county chapter of the
World War Veter&an's association. It
was erroneously stated that the meet
ing was to be held Thursday night of
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