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With Commercial Club Which Will Name Committee Dur ing the Day. W. H. P. Hill, Reilly Atkinson and Edward G. Rosenheim were named at Tuesday's meeting: of the Boise Ad Club as Its nominations for the three of the five members of tht advertising committee of the Boise Commercial club, to act during the ensuing year. The following is a copy of a lotte" sent by the Ad club to Tom I,. Martin, president of the Commercial club, in forming him of the action of the ad vertising organization: "The purpose of this Is to advise you that at the regular meeting of the Boise Ad club held Tuesday, April i'f, Messrs. W. H. P. Hill, Reilly Atkijn son and Edward G. Rosenheim were unanimously named as tills club's recommendations for the three repre sentatives of this organization to serve on the advertising committee of the Boise Commercial club. The action was taken, as you know, at the suggestion of the directors of your organization and also upon your personal suggestion, made at oar mceting on Tuesday." CLUB ACTS TODAY. It is understood that at the meet ing today of the directors of the Com mercial club, President Martin will name the members of his advertising committee. Paul Davis appeared before the Ad club men and advised them of the trip the Idaho delegates to the organi zation convention to be held May 12 at Ht. Louis when the World War Veterans' association will complete its national organization. Mr. Davis has been named as delegate to this con vention by the Adaf county men. The Ad clöb passed a resolution urging the Boise Commercial club and all other commercial organizations of Idaho to lend their financial and moral support to the plan of the Idaho men to advertise this state in going and coming from the St. Louis convention. They will travel both ways in a private car handsomely decorated. Members of the club were much in terested in the exhibition of the sterl ing loving cup, the interior of which is washed with gold, that will be pre sented by the club to the United States battleship Idaho. Discussion was held concerning an appropriate inscription the cup should carry and decision was deferred for a few days pending which the cup will be exhibited in one of the windows of the Mode store so that all citizens who desire might view It. HOTEL ARRIVALS OWYHEE—Edward A. Campbell and family, Los Angeles; \Y. T. Wall, Ed ward Hoerhelt, Salt Lake; C. R. Foster, Chicago; C. F. Hendricks, Twin Falls; H. B. Robertson, Sa\ Lake; V\. G. Robertson, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. B. Unger. M. E. Witter, Seattle; T. E McShane, San Francisco; W. A. Proc tor, St. Louis; W. D. Craig, a. Little and wife, Emmett; P. S. Mitchell, Portland; D. J. Elrod, Pocatella; L. S. Reed; St. Louis; N. B. Curton, Grange ville; S. Alberson, Ontario; F. S. Linot, Lewiston; I*. L. Dodd, Jerome; B. C\ MacI Tee, Pocatello; F 13. bherwin. Spok .me; Mr. and Mrs. c VV. Thomp son, St. Anthony; M. Morgan, Perla, III.; Oiof Nelson, Twin Fa Ils; Mr. and Mrs. Robert \Ya! st rom ; J. H. Hoag, E. F. la )gun, Chicago; A. C . Ohleseen, Salt Da k p ; Harry Cockway, '-t Louis; U. T. Roberts, Boston; Guy McGee, Oald well; F. Rollin Smith UK li we, Wei Bor ; Hurt Moran, J. \\ . 'ollins, Bos ton ; Leo Stockley, Ghlcag o; Miss Lu rille Hood, Pocatello; <' ll. Welch, Suit I/îike; M. Llpman. Sa n Francisco; I. W Willis, Cincinnati 1 L H. Kantze, Ti. F Worthington, W. 4. launder. Salt La kr : Oscar Walker and wife, Jessie Fror pi*, Twin Falls; Johne y Jones. Los After each meal—YOU eat one I fFOR YOUR STOMACH S SAKE") and Ret full food value and real stom ach comfort. I&atantly relieves heart burn, bloated, gassy feeling, STOPS acidity, food repeating and stomach misery. AIDS digestion; keeps the stomach sweet and pure. EATONIC i» the best remedy and only cobU • cent or two a day to use it. You will be de lighted with reefilts. Satisfaction guaranteed er money back. Please col) and try it. Whitehead's Drug Store, 815 Main St.. R r ise, Idaho. l\ € iV ft Mothers Thank Us Keep yourgrowinggirl, free from cold, and weakening cough, and you are help ingthem to healthy vigorou. womanhood. Thousand, of mother, have written let ter. of thank., telling what Foley's Honey and Tar ha. done for their daughter, in ridding them of cough, that "hung on" ana weakened them ju.t at the age when the young girl, required all the phy.ica) atrength they could command. Toley's Honey and Tar i. noted for it. quick effect on cough., colds and croup. Mr.. Ad. S.nders, Cott.ntown, Tcnn., mdKmr— 'We ..o Foley'. Hooey and Tv M nr bM* nd only couch remedy. It never ini. a. one our two able when they hay. sold** Whitehead'. Drug ater«. Lemon Juice For Freckles Qlrfs! Make baauty lotion at homa for a few cents. Try Itl Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and complexion bcauti fier, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons nnd any drug store or toilet counter will sup ply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how clear, soft and rosy-white the skin becomes. Yes ! It is harmless and never irritates.—Adv. Angeles; Mary Royce Crawford, Lefis ton; Eva Ivivettc, Portland; T. G. Mays, H. O. Llndeman, Salt Lake; C. W. Mullen. Portland; J. y,\ Anderson, Tacoma; F. L. Whitney, Pocatello; Mrs. Della Reed, American Falls; K. I. Simmons, Chicago; E. J. Crofton, Salt Lake. IDANHA—A. Lounsbeery, Albion; T. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. B. East man, New Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watson, Parma; J. A. Kelly, Louis ville; Rush Von Hart In. Pearl; A. C. Maneman, Payette; George Muir, Em mett; E. S. Burns, Wilder; S. H. Wood, San Francisco; J. Hnmficld, Stanfield: Josephine McOurley, Wei ser; A. R. Stuborg, Spokane; Frank Laurence, Ontario; D. B. Ramsey, Nyssa; H. F. Griffiths, Caldwell, Rob ert A. Brackett, Seattle; W. N. Gibbs, Boise. BRISTOL—Mrs. George Green, Se attle; H. O. Croft, Little Rock; Kate Grant, Nampa; Olive Locey, Weiser; Henrietta Robinson, Plaeervillo; Don Buchanan, Home, Ore.; Curtis Bain, Home, Ore.; K. L. Masterson, Moun tain Home; Mary S. Sake, Neva Hurt, Ontario; F. Peterson, Ogden; Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Cran ud le, A. V. Pliper, Vale; G. Mil - ler, R. Billeston, Ontario; J. IT. Young, Kuna; A. Mint/.er, Nampa; Mrs. G. P. Miller, Glenns Ferry; Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Hobson, Weiser; Sam Marcum. Moscow; W. H. Mendonhall, Weiser; Mrs. R. Bacon, Glenns Ferry; G. Whitfield, Miss Crochnon, Miss Sin shcr, Portland; Milton Kilpatrick, Shoshone; J. R. Haslatn, King Hill; Homer Lingenfelter. GRAND—Frank Rader and family. Ontario: J. W. Devine. Pocatello; Mrs. R. Estell, Bessie Armstrong. William Deinhard, R. E. Estell, McGill; C. H. Mitchell, Wilder; B. If. Hyde, Oreana: Charles Artz and wife. Homestead, Ore.; Ruth Black, John H. Croeheron and wife, Brunean; Paul Robinson, Salt Lake; F. Ford Northrop. Fruit land; J. R. McConnell, W. F. Sinclair, Emmett. *,s~ 18 cents a package E XPERTLY blended choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos in Camel cigarettes eliminate bite and free them from any unpleasant ciga retty aftertaste or unpleasant ciga retty odor. Camels win instant and permanent success with smokers be cause the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful mel low-mildness of the tobac What you pay out your good money for is cigarette satisfaction—and, my, how you do get it in every puff of Camels! cos yet retaining the desirable "body." You may smoke them without tiring your taste, too! Camels are simply a revelation any way you consider them! For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, you'll realize their superior Cam./, .re .old everywhere in sciant, 'Ac ally aealed package . of 30 cigarette*; or ten packagea (300 cigarette*) in a g laa: ina-paper-covered carton. We atrongly recommend ihia carton for tha homo or office supply or whan you travoi. quality and the rare en joyment they provide. Camels certainly are all any smdker ever asked. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY. Winitoa-SaUiB, N. C. ~r Constipated Children Gladly Take California Syrup of Figs" For the Live*; and jTowels Tell your druggist you want genuine! * ( CaJifomia 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 "Calif ornii** juid accept no other "Fig Syrup,'* WEATHER CONDITIONS OVER THE COUNTRY. The high pressure area that was off the north Pacific coast yesterday morning has passed inland and now covers the Rocky Mountain states and the Missouri valley. Pressure is falling in the Pacific roast states and as a result the weather is somewhat warm er in all sections west of the Rockies. A shallow depression extends across the Mississippi valley; it has caused light precipitation in South Dakota. Iowa, and northern Illinois during the Nothing Like Bi-nesia To Relieve Indigestion Prove it yourself to your own satisfac tion. Just eat a hearty meal of the rood things that usually make your stomach kick up a fuss. Then take three little Bi-nesia tablets with a sip of hot water. Note the entile absence of the usual nein 'and discomfort. That'H because indiges tion simply can't exist in the same sioni nc'i with Bi-nesia. Don't suffer any longer with indigestion, gas, uoid'i.v or food fermentation. Go today to Joy. Whitehead or any oilier good dr igg'st and get a package of Bi-nesia tablels and use as directed. Thou you will soon be telling your dyspeptic friends that they can eat what they like if they tuke Bi nesla.—Adv. past 24 hours. The weather is warm for the season from the southern Pla teau states eastward across the cen tral Plains states and the middle^Mis sissippi valley. TAKES IV! A MAGE ME NT OF LITTLE INTERESTS IN CLOTHING BUSINESS Robert G. Alford, one of the well known clothing salesmen of southern Idaho, formerly connected with the Bruce-Martin company, has become identified with the clothing firm of McDevitt A Little. He has taken charge of the interests of Mrs. Little in the business. Mr. Alford for a number of years was connected with the cloth ing firm of Mullett-Kelly Sc Co., oi' Salt Lake and has had 17 years' ex perience in the handling and sale of clothing. j i T'ro trouble? Leave ttre fixing to jour experts. Bryant Tlr* & Vulcanlz ■ ins Co., 1020 Front St., Opp. O. S. L. depot. Firestone tires. Adv. A20 Plnno moving inRfl« easy. Call 71. '«•n*1ev Trn nsfa-r X. Store rr C.r >.— A dr i 1 j j j ' i Council Creates District Calling for $21,000 for Improve- i ments—To Purchase Car for Street Department. A sidewalk and curbing improvement program calling for an estimated ex penditure of $21,000 was approved by the city council at its meeting Tues day afternoon. Councilman Hoover in troduced the ordinance, providing for putting in sidewalks and euibing along all .street.'; on the nortli side of the riv er not having this improvement. The scattered district was set out in the ordinance. May 6 was the date set for hearing protests. Victory Bonds to the amount of $1000 were purchased by the council, the city clerk being authorized to sell them to city employes on the install ment plan with 10 months to pay. BIDS OPENED. Councilman Hoover was authorized lo purchase a new car for the street j department at a cost not to exceed $ 1100 . Bids were opened on the chassis for I he chemical tanks at the Central sta tion and Councilmen Davis, Hoover and Stevens named as a committtee to investigate and report to the council. The bids were as follows: Boise Mo tor Car company, $4175; White Motor Sales company, $4226; Gary Coast I Agency, $2972: A. G. Long, represent ing the American La France Fire En gine company. $7300 and $7950. The , two last bids included the chemical tanks and chassis combined and an of- I fer of $400 was offered for the old I tanks. Rut one bid was received for the curbing and parking on Harrison Boulevard, that of the Morrison-Knud- i j son company, which was 60 cents per ! i lineal foot or a total of $2023.80. The j hid was rejected ns being too high. The Associated Charities was allow- ! rd $100 and the council allowed a bill ot $175 to Frank Stewart for kalsomining the city hall. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. IT. L. Williams, Vidower, to Libble Clawson, $10 & o. v. c. Lots 7 and S, block 4, Daly's addition, subject to $500 mortgage. , J. M. Neil & Co., Ltd., to Eugene Looney, $1.00 & o. v. c. Lots 11, 13, 14, 15, 1C, block 4. Davis addition to i Boise. 1 Alvin C. Casey, et ux, to Amanda B. j Smith and C. Ludell Smith, $1.00 & o. j v. c. 40 by 130 feet in block 1. Arnold's addition, subject o $2000 mortgage, j Victoria Louise Eoff to Richard C. Rudge and Red wick O. Rudge, $10. ' ITots 3, 4, 5, block 20, West Side addi i tion. Helps Make Strong, Sturdy Men and Beautiful, Healthy Women 3,000,000 People Use It Annually As a Tonic, Strength and Blood-builder MAKE THIS TEST; It you are not well or strong you owe it to ourself to make the following test: See how ions you can work or how far you can walk without becoming tired. Next, take two five» grain tablets of ordinary Nuxated Iron three times per day after meals for two weeks. 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Out of town ordere can be filled by phone 796, or P. O. Box 726—Promoter Collins. j M W ttm MV MM W ttfMMMMmttWttttttttttttWttWttttttttWttWttwttttWttmittmmmwm The Idaho Medical Company Mm, we can without a doubt give you the very best of medical treat ment If you are suffering with any Acute and Chronic Privat. Disease, Blood nnd Skin troubles. Hydrocele, Varicocele, Rheumatism, Piles. Flstulne, Stricture, getting up at night, Unnatural laisses, Extrem, nervousr ss, Loss of Amebition. We are equipped with the latest In struments and uppllnnces to give you quick and lasting results. To on us. After * thorough examination we can tell you th« facta. W. those that have been disappointed In getting well, we ask you to call can by request refer you to many cases that w. have gotten w.ll, aomo that had given up all hopes of ever being well. What w* 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 given to each and every case until they are well. Payments may be arranged to suit your convenience. Consultation and advice free. OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to 12 m. 1 p. m. to lp.m. 7 p. m. t. I a m, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAY8: 10 a. m. to 12 m. IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY 5 , 6, 7 and 8 Odd Fellows' Bldg., Ninth and Idaho 8ts., Boise, Idaho, SHANG HAI LOW 217 S. 7TH ST„ In the Center of Oriental Activities Remodeled, Refurnished. Prettiest Noodl. House In Boise. Only Chi nese Dishes Served. Well lighted, welt ventilatd. We have alwaye eatsred to that class of people who prefer the finest Oriental dishes, and will be pleated to have ypu visit us and try our exoellent cuisine. Chines* dishes cooked as they should be.