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Commercial Club Adopts Plan of Holding Weekly Lunch eons; Railroad Rate Ques tion to Be Taken Up. Payette, April 22.—The Payette County Commercial club has adopted the plah, used so successfully else where, of having a club luncheon every two weeks. Arrangements have been perfected with the management of the Bancroft hotel to serve these luncheons In the dining room of this popular hostelry. One of the purposes of these lunch eons Is to make them the occasions where the larger community spirit may receive a substantial uplift—a sort of clearing house for Ideas and suggestions tending to benefit any and all parts of this county. The first luncheon was given Mon day noon and proved a splendid suc cess. About 60 club members were present. They were cheered with the report made by J. F. Orr, chairman for Payette county of the oVictory Loan drive, that this county had raised Its quota of $150,000 by 11 «'clock Monday morning. This Is tire third time Payette county was nmorg the first In the state to raise its fuH quota In similar drives. The club gave Mr. Orr a vote of thanks for his skil ful handling of the drive in this county. FIGHT RATE INCREASE. The chief topic for discussion at the Monday luncheon was the pro posed advance In freight rates on fruit shipped east from northwestern states. D. I* Ingard, manager of the Idaho-Oregon Fruit Growers' associa tion, with headquarters in Payette, In a brief talk explained the situation. Briefly It is this: A year ago the j railroads advanced the rate 25 per cent on shipments of fruit from the | northwestern states to eastern mar- I Lets. The public utilities commissions ! of Idaho, Oregon and Washington j made a strong fight against the in- j crease before the interstate commerce ! commission at Washington, D. C., re sulting in a compromise whereby an Increase of only 10 per cent was put Into immediate effect. But the inter state commerce commission didn't abolish the 25 per cent Increase, but only held it in abeyance until May 31, 1919, when the other 15 per cent Increase automatically goes into ef fect unless some action is taken that will succeed in checking it. WILL JOIN SPOKANE. The club decided to lend what aid it can to prevent the additional increase I In the rate from becoming effective, and in this effort will join the Fruit Growers' agency of Spokane, which has been particularly active, along with the public service commission of Wasington, in fighting the Increase. I The Baptist ladles of Payette will give a dinner Friday evening at the Y. M. C. A. In honor of the Victory Ix>an campaign, which so successfully terminated in Payette county. The ladles bought a $109 bond. Every body Is Invited to attend the dinner. CONFESSED MURDERERS SENTENCED FOR LIFE Kalamazoo, Mich, April 22.—A. W. Sterling, 20, Kalamazoo, and George E. Bird, 17, Paihesville, Ohio, who con fessed when arrested early this morn ing on a charge of murdering Walter W. Mattlson, local druggist last Fri day, were sentenced by Circuit Judge Welmer this afternoon to life Impri sonment at Marquette. HAVE ROSY CHEEKS AND FEEL FRESH AS A DAISY—TRY THIS! Says glass of hot water with phosphate before breakfast washes out poisons. To see the tinge of healthy bloom In your face, to see your skin get clearer and clearer, to wake up with out a headache, backache, coated tongue or a nasty breath, in fact to feel your best, day In and day out, Just try lnslde-bathlng every morning for one week. Before breakfast each day, drink a glass of real hot water with a tea spoonful of limestone phosphate in It as a harmless means of washing from the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels the previous day's indigestible waste, sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and purifying tile entire alimentary canal before putting more food into the stomach. The action of hot water and limestone phosphate on an empty stomach is wonderfully in vigorating. It cleans out all the sour fermentations ,gases and acidity and J gives one a splendid appetite for breakfast. A quarter pound of limestone phos- j phate will cost very little at the drug I store but Is sufficient to demonstrate j that just as soap and hot water! cleanses .sweetens and freshens the j skin, so hot water and limestone phos- I phate act on the blood and internal or gans. Those who are subject to consti pation, bilious attacks, acid stomach, rheumatic twinges, also those whose skin is sallow and complexion pallid. ! are assured that one week of inside- j bathing will have them both looking 1 and feeling better in every way.—Adv. WOMEN! DRY CLEAN THINGS AT HOME Try it! For a few cents you can dry clean everything. Save five to ton dollers quickly by dry cleaning everything 1 in the borne with gasoline that would be ruined by soap and water—suits, coats, waists, silks, laces, gloves .shoes, furs, drap eries, rugs—everything. Place a gallon or more of gasoline in a dishpan or washhoiler, thou put in the things to bo dry cleaned, then wash them with Solvite Soap. Shortly everything comes out looking like new. Nothing fades, shrinks or wrinkles. Do not attempt to dry clean without Solvite Soap. This gasoline soap is the secret of all dry cleaning. A package of Solvite soap contain ing direction for homo dry cleaning costs little at any drug store. Dry clean outdoors or away from flame.— Adv. I j ! ! : 1 I I I j | I ! &/?e IDAHO'S LEADING CLOTHING STORE ? y Big Showing of Classy Suits Classy Suits Men Suits of the best fabrics in the new English mod els and standard models, box backs, also longs and stouts, faultless in fit and tailoring, the kind of a suit you like is here ready for you to put on. $25-00, $30-00 aDd t0 $50.00 Classy Suits for Y oung Men The styles are so extreme this season there's no limit to newness and snap. The young man de mands more style this season than ever before and our stock meets the demand. The waist seäm suits have the call and we show the best of them. $30*oo, $35*oo, $40.oo, $ 50.00 5 * HEAVYWEIGHTS READY » Santel and DeCourt Go to Fin ished Match at the Pinncy Thursday Night. A1 Santel, champion light-heavy | weight wrestler of the world, and ! Nick Do Court, who looks like the ! coming heavyweight champion, will j finish, training tonight for their mat I battle Thursday at the Pinney. They I aie to go to a finish, best two out of j three falls. Dr. If. H. Dresser has been ! selected as official referee. ! The final public workout of the two : heavies will take place tonight at Col lins' gymnasium. De Court will go Ion at 7:45 and Santel at 8:15. Local hoys have been secured to work with 1 them. I Santel will give away about 25 I pounds in weight, but. lie is confident that he can handle De Court. The I.»os I Angeles favorite appears to be just as certain that he eon smother Santel Harrow collar ICl»F.TT-PEABODYflrCo : lNC:TI\OYNY and win. It promises to be tbo real thing in tile wrestling line. Promoter Collins Bays (lie advance sale of tickets Is very encouraging and lie expects to have one of the best houses of the season. SUTHERLAND BOOM LAUNCHED New Castle, Pa., April 22.—A boom for Senator Sutherland, West Vir ginia, for Republican candidate for president was launched today when application for a charter for the "Sutherland alliance" was filed in the county court. WHITE SOX CLOSE TRAINING SEASON St. I.ouls, April 22.—The White Sox today were tuning up here in prepa ration for their opening game with the Browns tomorrow. The Sox closed their training at Indianapolis by winning from the In dianapolis team, 13 to 2. Manager Gleason got word that In fielders Pat Hargrove and William Conroy lias been released by mail. Wa--assoc!&wev c ETAOIN NU NU TACOMA SEES AIR CIRCUS Tacoma, Wash., April 22.—Headed by Lieutenant Colonel Thaw the "fly ing circus," which is promoting the Victory Loan campaign, arrived in Tacoma from Portland at an early hour this morning. All kinds of thrill ing death-defying stunts were staged for Tacomans during the day. Of the dozen aviators in the party, every member of which is credited with de stroying enemy planes in battle, Lieut. Everett Wolfe received the most at tention here. The reason Is that Ta coma is his home. He is a graduate of the Stadium high school. CHICAGO CUBS READY FOR OPENING SERIES Chicago, April 22.—Manager Mitch ell today drove his Cubs through a grilling practice session. Tomorrow bis men and the Fittshurg Pirates clash In the opening game of the big league season here. The Cubs defeated the University of Chicago team yesterday, 8 to 1. Mitchell sent the men through some fancy base funning stunts and an nounced himself satisfied with the re sults. Too F at?.: A guaranteed weight reduction method; j safe, pleasant. Brings slenderness, heiter j health and happiness. (Jet a small box ! of oil of koreln at the druggist's. Follow directions. You are allowed to eat sweats, etc.; no starvation or strenuous exorcis- 1 ing. Your life becomes worth living with clearer mind, improved figure, buoyant step, cheerfulness and optimism. Get thin and stay so.—Adv. Western Optical Co. Boise, Idaho 203 MANITOU HOTEL Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.. 1:30 to I Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Money Refunded. G-RGANNAN r — CHIROPODIST 210 Sonna Birig. Corns, Callouses. In grown Nails, Bunions and Arches Treated. NO PAIN Capital City Shoe Shop 30th and Idaho Sts. Phone 322 Shoes Manufactured to Order First Class Shoe Repairing We will send your shoes C. O. D. par cel post or will call for and deliver to any Boise residence. PETER GLAVANOFF, Prop. UPHOLSTERING and Furniture Repairing a Specialty. Prompt service. Standard Furniture Co. Telephone 597. FOR SALE Boise Made Brooms 75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00 and $1.25 CAMP & SON FRY & Stft.SMEKSCO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALIVIERS, Faultless Service—Private Ambulance Careful Attendants. PHONE 976—DAY AND NIGHT EVERSHARP PENCIL $1.00, $1.50. $2.00 and $3.00. pT= "j 8 HALLMARK 1 Store I J. T. LAUGH LIN 802 ca.. A. E. UND CHIROPRACTOR ! Not Medicine, not Surgery, not Oste opathy. Consultation and Analyst» Free. 624 Overland Bldg Phone 119. Boise, Idaho. PIPE All sizes a't reasonable prices al ways on hand. IDAHO JUNK HOUSE 515 So. 8th St. Phone 640 You Will Want to Paint or Varnish your car this spring; it's easy to do if you will use Sherwin- I Williams Auto Paints. They go on ! without showing laps or brush marks. And. say, that top and seat dressing make the top and seats lust the same ns when new. SWEET-TELLER HARDWARE CO. Idaho Electric Supply Co. 911 Main Street. All together—all the tii it cucTRicAUY* —for everything electrical JenJcine Furniture Company 11th and >9 \iain Stt. SS 9 <EIB| TO THE MAN WITH MODERATE MEANS Use Hawks' Ventilating Gas Radi ator. Fuel only burned when heat Is needed; small Initial outlay; heat Instantly available day or night; all at the touch of a match. BOISE GAS, LIGHT & COKE CO. 211 N. 10th 1 Hr 113 N.Q1Ü St. Boise. Idaho. TWO BIG WALTZ SONGS KENTUCKY DREAM8 WAIT AND 8EE WISE PIANO HOU8E 807-809 Idaho 8t. a POSLAM'S BALM ENDS ITCHING, SOOTHES SKIN I j j ! 1 For eczema you must have an effi cient, competent remedy to see true re sults. Poslam is so good for skin trou» bles that you can make no mistake in trying it first and for all. Apply right on the places that burn, itch and har rass; they will be pacified, soothed, cooled. Poslam offers quality to each ounce that cannot be equalled by pounds of inefficiency. For every form of erup tion on the skin, pimples, scalp-scale, rashes, blemishes, burns, itching feet. Sold everywhere. For free sample write Emergency Laboratories, 243 West 47th . New York City. ^ Prgo your skin to become clearer, fbrighter. better, through the daily use of Poslam Soap, medicated with Poslam. —Adv. I THE IDAN-HA Leading Hotel of Boise European Plan. In the center of everything. Commercial and Stockbrokers Headquarters. First-Class Dining Room Rates, without bath, $1.00 up) With bath, $1.50 up. IDAN-HA HOTEL CO., Prop. HOTEL GRAND BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL. Commercial Men's Headquarters. Most attractive lobby In the state. FRANK BLACKINGER, PROP. Strictly Modern Popular Prices OVERLAND HOTEL Rooms modern. Rates 50c, 75c, $1.00 Rates by the Week. 213 South 9th St. ED S. SMITH, Prop. THE BRISTOL Boise's Popular Hotel. New and Strictly Modern. POPULAR PRICES. DR. A. H. GALLEGLY. | Pacific Bank MEMRFR FEDERAL RESERVE CYST EM. 1 1 I t. 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