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MAJOR LEieUES OFEN 1919 HULL PUIY Chief of Staff March to Toss Out First Ball at Washing ton; Chicago Has Big Seat Sale. Chlcago, April 23—Soggier than a bachelor's biscuit was the playing field of the Sox here today. But the opening game of 1919 for last year's champions was forecast as a success. Sales of tickets reported Indicated a revival of Chicago baseball spirit be yond the rosiest hopes of the winter months. The Chicago premier, with the Pittsburg Pirates playing opposite the i Cubs, was to be attended with the usual tinsel, plus a few military trimmings. I Bands and flags were to contribute to j the festival spirit. Returned heroes ] gave the military touch. The Cubs ex peeted to be the only team on earth to I present a battery of sergeants. Cannonere Alexander supplanted the ordinary statesman in hurling the | first ball. His "buddle" Sergeant Kllll fer was to catch the entire game. Chi- [ cago was expected to make consider- j able fus over the pair. The game promised to be a battle of left handers—Jim Vaughn Working ! against Wilbur Cooper for the Pirates. ( Phil Douglas was second pitching j choice for the Chicagoans. ! MARCH OPENS SERIES. : Washington, April 23—Chief of, Staff March today will open the "Vie« I tory season" here by tossing out thej first ball when the Nationals meet the l Philadelphia Athletics at 3 p. m. \\ alter > Johnson will start the opener for the ; Uriffmen as In pre-war days. Scott Berry Is scheduled to be on the slab lor the visitors. With President Wil son and the state, war and navy chiefs in Europe, the first game here will lack some of Its customary social color but the wives and staffs of officials are planning to be on hand. Boxes have been reserved by Mrs. Newton Baker, wife of the war secretary. Acting Navy Secretary Roosevelt; Major McIntyre and many diplomats The weather Is warm and sunny and a record crowd is expected. AMERICANS READY. Minneapolis. Minn., April 23—The American association was to make its 1919 get-away today. President T. J. j Hickey said reports indicated all teams j ready for the race. Even Toledo, limit- j ed to little over a week of preparation I because of the club's financial trou bles, has acquired sea.soned players j and Is ready to Jump, Hickey said, j Most of the clubs have made big j changes In their line-ups. i . ] DAY CLOUDLESS. ; Philadelphia, Pa., April 23— McGraw j and his strong agrégation inaugurated 1 the baseball season with the Phillies ! here today. Denton or Barnes will j probably twirl for the Giants, while Jacobs appears to be Coomb's choice. A warm, cloudless day gives promise of a big crowd. __ WEATHER FAVORABLE. j St. Louis, Mo., April 23—The Chi-|»° cago White Sox are here ready' for the j season s opener today with the i Browns. With spring weather as the forecast, j a record-breaking throng was expected ! at the American league park. The seat j .sale has been heavy. Williams or Cicotte will start for Manager Gleason and the Browns will j have Davenport in the box. RECORDS IN DANGER. Detroit. Mich., April 23—With the aim beaming down on Navin field, a record crowd was expected when the Tigers crossed bats in the opening game with Cleveland this afternoon. Temporary seats were built to hold j the record crowd expected. Coveleskie • was picked as Cleveland's twirler while ! Jennings was to send either Ehmke or j BOISE TO WEISER AUTO STAGE Every Day But Sunday Leave Boise 3 p. m. via Ontario, Payette, Welser Same as Railroad Fare Four Hour Schedule (To W Office, W Emmett Auto Stage 12-PASSENGER CADILLAC Dally Schsdule: Leave Bolee .................8:15 «• m Boise-Mountain Home Auto Stage CADILLAC SPECIAL BUILT CARS On and after April 16th Leave Boise ................7:30 a. m. Arrive Mountain Home .....9:15 a. m. Leave Mountain Home .....3:00 p. m. Arrive Boise ...............4:45 p. m. Same as railroad fare. One way 82.50 Every Day But Sunday We operate stages to following pointa: Boise to Emmett; Bolts to Welter, Ontario, Payette, New Plymouth. TRASK BROS., INC. Phont No. 2 Office: 112 N. 12th 8t. IWRESTliRS FISH THEIR TRUING Santel and DeCourt Ready for Thursday Night Mat Battle J I Promises to Be Very Fast ! Event By "THE CRAB." Nick lie Court's workout at Collin's gym Tuesday night proved to a good sized audience that the big fellow is faster, even, than when he last met Ad Santel, with whom he will grapple at the Plnney theatre Thursday night. De Court took on In rapid succession, Tom Morgan, Chester Camp and Dr. j Harold Dresser. Ho showed that he is j a speed king besides being a "moos" for strength and a "bear'' for the know how of the game. Morgan and Camp both showed well, but the big fellow made each tap the mat about 10 times in as many min i u tes, although giving them every en *° everything they I J? ad ' but th * bc *' «hibUion was with ^«ser. and this also had its comical Mt e ' DRESSER WORRIES BIG FELLOW, '•Doc" Dresser Is one of the fastest Unen in the game and he went on with DeCourt with the avowed intention of giving him a chance to show his speed and he showed it with bells, n e beat Dresser to everything and for some minutes they cavorted around the mat like "featherweights" rather than a heavy and a workout man with plenty of st l ength, at that, x| c k took off one of Dresser's shoes jn the operation and It was done so fast and so cleanly, followed by a sim ilar tickling of the dentist's feet such as he treated Managoff, that the fans howled with delight with Santel in the pink of condition andthe master that he 1s, and De Court poing . I1Ue n i 10llsi? . a fj re , „n ifn ,]|cations point Thursday night to the srPat e.st match Boisa |tns have ever witnessed, and may the best man win and all flukes he conspicuous by their absence. Santel will work at 6 o'clock this afternoon at Collins' place for the ben fit of the fans who desire to give him the "once over." Boland to do the heavy work for the Tigers. POLO GROUNDS USED. New York, April 23—After these many moons the Polo Grounds broke Into (ho newspapers again today when tho New York Yankees and the Bos ton Red Sox went there to open the baseball season. The weather was very choice and Indications w ere the cash register w ould get a hot box. Admiral Mayo, commander of tho fleet now 'here and thousands of sailors and sol dlerB were invited. Mogridge and Mays will probably be opposing tossers. - 20,000 EXPECTED. Cincinnati, Ohio, April 23—Cloudy weather prevailed here today fer the opening game between the Cardinals and Reds. A crowd of more than 20,000, however, was assured. Goodwin or May ' vl U hurl for St. Louts and Fisher or Reuther for the Reds. - BOSTON WANTS REVENGE, Boston, April 23—The Boston Braves will have their real opening today when they meet the Brooklyn Dodgers revenge tho double defeat of last j Saturday, when the Dodgers took both i games. There Is regular baseball weather here today and great crowds j n f fans are expected to turn out. ! • - j GIBBONS' SHOWING mi • i/*-a MAKES NEW FRIENDS j _ San Francisco. April 23—Boxing j • ! j fans of the hay district besought Mike Gibbons today to stay in these parts for they like his style In the ring. Ills scientific exhibition last night against Soldier Bart field Avon a lot of friends. But Mike has engagements in the east and must leave quickly to fill them. Bartfiold put up an honest fight and damaged the phantom's eye with a | back hand blow, but Gibbons by both speed and hitting, outclassed the wild swinging New Yorker. SENATORS LOSE GAME TO SEALS, 10 TO 7 San Francisco, April 23—Using six out of his seven pitchers, Bill Rogers failed to stop tho Seals from tramping on his Senators by the score of 10 to 7. The Salt Lake club went under to Los Angeles, G to 4. A run in the ninth by the Angels decided the game in their favor. Seattle, Oakland, Portland and Vernon didn't play. They were patron izing the Pullmans. WILLARD HAS CHANCE TO STUDY OPPONENT Kansas City, Mo., April 23—Jack Dempsey may perform before Jess Willard when he stages his athletic carnival here Monday night. H. IV. Wakefield, local sportsman, today was to Invite Willard here to see his chal lenger In action in the wjndup of the Dempsey tour which ends April 28. This will he Jess' first time to look Jack over before the big battle on July 4. CHICHESTER S PILLS l'lll. I. B.4 und 0.14 „«ÛKOl tell*' "•'•4 w«h Slu. RifRx». Y/ I«*« »« .IW, Bar mf .... V uHVoN [OXD II HA NO rfl__, >»" known u Beit, S.fmt, Al«„ |________ SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE COMMISSIONER OF Designated in Administration Cabinet Bill Instead of Insur ance Commissioner Who Has So Acted. Idaho's commissioner of commerce should In nil instance in the future he designated as the agent of this state. This is the ruling of Attorney General Roy L. Black in placing a construction on the administration consolidation cabinet bill in response to a query from \V. R. Hyatt, stat* Insurance commissioner, who lias acted as agent and bas been so designated. The opinion says in part: "Chapter eight of the laws enacted by the last legislature (S. B. 19) abol ished the office of insurace commis sioner and created, among other de partments. the department of com merce and industry, providing in Sec tion three: " 'Each department shall have an officer at its head, who shall be known as the commissioner, who shall, subject to the provisions of this act, execute the powers and discharge the duties vested by law in his department.' "In Section four, the head of the de partment of commerce and industry is designated as the commissioner of commerce and industry. Section five provides that in addition to the com missioner of departments, certain exe lohe MarRs Co IDAHO'S LEADING CLOTHING STORE CLASSY SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN mm Arc Arriving Steadily Express New models for the young fellows for Sum mer wear. The waist seam coat with skirt bottom is the most popular of the season. We received by yesterday's express some seal brown waist seam suits that we are pricing special at Shirts at $ 1 . 50^$2 Some exceptional values and exceptional pat terns. The fast colors are' a feature of these fine shirts. The materials are fine percales and mad ras, soft or stiff cuffs. You can afford nice shirts at diese prices. cutive and administrative offices are created in each department, among others in the department of commerce and industry, being the director of in surance. The act makes no provision whatever as to what the duties of the director of insurance shall he other than are indicated in tho name, hut It is said that the director shall perform such duties as the commissioner shall prescribe. "Section 25 provides, among other things: " 'Whenever rights, powers and duties, which have heretofore been vested in or exercised by any offi cer, hoard, commission, institution * * * are by thin act, trans ferred. either in whole or in part, to or vested in a department cre ated by this act, such rights, pow ers and duties shall be vested in and shall he exercised by, the de partment to which the same are hereby transferred, and not other wise, and every act done in the ex ercise of such rights, powers and duties shall have the same legal effect as if done by the former of ficer, hoard, commission, * * * Whenever reports or notices are now required to be made or given, or papers or documents furnished or served by any person to or upon any officer, board, commission or institution, or deputy, inspector or subordinate thereof, abolished by this act, the same shall ho made, given, furnished, or served in the same manner by this act tho rights, powers and duties now exercised or discharged by such officer, hoard, commission or Institution, or depu ty, inspector or subordinary there of; and every penalty for failure so to do shall continue in effect.* "By subdivision two of Section 28, it is provided that the department ot commerce and industry shall have power to exercise the rights, powers r *5 ^ itching head is "most uncomfortable and annoying That itching is not always entirely due to dandruff—oftentimes the irrita tion is caused by a mild form of eczema. Resinol Ointment is i/sually most suc cessful in clearing up a trouble such as this, and speedier results arc generally obtained by washing the hair occasion ally with Resinol Soap. Their joint use seldom fail* to brine eatte factory results in the treatment of all skin disorders on limbs, body and face. Said by all druggists. For fret samples norite Resinol, Baltimore^ AfJ. Resinol and duties vested by law in the insur ance department ot the state Insur ance commissioner and his deputy, and by subdivision seven, to execute the laws relating to insurance and insur ance, companies doing business in this state. "In this state of statutes, we have no hesitancy in saying that all deslg nations of agent upon whom process should designate the commissioner ot commerce and industry as such agent. IJkewlse, and for the same reasons, service of process In all actions should be made on him. "As to the third question, as to whether or not new powers of attorney or designations of agent should be re quired from companies previously do ing business in the state, we do not think that a service made upon the commissioner of commerce and indus try would be Invalid if no new power of attorney be filed, but we think It would be much better for them to file such new designations of agent and would advise you, if at all practical, to have them do so." CLINTON E. NORQUEST BUYS FIVE-ACRE TRACT ON BENCH NEAR BOISE , The highly Improved five-acre tract owned by J. J. Robbins 214 miles from Boise, was purchased Tuesday by j Clinton E. Norquest, head of the Boise 1 weather bureau. The tract ts in tile ! Franklin district, between the south ; east corner of the fairgrounds and the ! Franklin school. It Is mprpved with a ; six-room house, barn, garage and i milk house. All the livestock and tm j plements on tho tract were sold to the ! purchaser. Mr. Norquest and family will take possession May 1. j j Wool sales are to be held at Maun- ! tain Home May 8 and 22 and on June j 5 and 19. This announcement is made MOUNTAIN HOME WOOL SALES FOR MAY AND JUNE by growers of the Mountain Home dis trict. one of the largest wool shipping j points in south Idaho. A carload or j more of sheep pelts will bo auctioned • at the sale on May 22. _ FELT LIKE HIS MUSCLES WEHE TIED IN KNOTS I "I had never taken a dose of Tanlaa In my life till some six weeks ago, but I have received more benefit from the three bottles I have Just finished than from all the other medicines t have taken put together," said George R. Tindall of 6002 18th Ave., South, Seattle, the other day. Mr. Tindall Is employed at the Skinner A Eddy shipyards. "For several years," he continued, "I suffered terribly from muscular rheumatism and kidney trouble. The muscles of my right arm would draw up at the elbow, and feel like they were tied In a knot. I had no appe tite and the little I forced down didn't do me much, If any, good. My kid neys worried me night and day, I had an awful misery up and down my spine, and my back right over my kid neys would hurt so bad that if I stooped over It would almost kill me to straighten up again. I couldn't rest well at night ,and many a time I would wake up at mignlght and never sleep another wink ttie balance* of the night, then my back would start hurting so bad that I could hardly get up out of bed. "I guess I have taken most every kind of medicine sold without getting a bit of relief, and T was in mighty bad shape when I decided to see iff Tan lac would help me. Well, I can honestly say that I haven't had an ache or a pain since shortly after t started on Tanlac. I sleep like a loisg jat night and my wife tells me that I'm liable to cat us both out of house and home if I keep on with the appe tite Tanlac has given me. I feel so well and hearty in every way that t have told the boys down at the ship yard how much good Tanlac has done for me, for I hope that my experience! will be the means of helping others who may have troubles lUqe I had.'* Tanlac is sold in Boise by the Joy; Drug Stores.—Adv. 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'8 NEWEST HOTEL. Commercial Men's Headquarter«. Moat attractive lobby in the state. FRANK BLACKINGER, PROP. Strictly Modern Popular Price» OVERLAND HOTEL Rooms modern. Rates 50c, 75c, $1.00 Ratos by the Week. 213 South 9th St. ED S. SMITH, Prop. THE BRI8TOL Boise's Popular Hotal. New and Strictly Modern, POPULAR PRICES. DR. A. H. GALLEGLY. Tit* HALLMAB& EVERSHARP PENCIL $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. J. T. LAUGHLIN 802 r.AiN st. Stone Pacific MEMBER National FEDERAL RESERVE Bank «Y8TEM. CAPITAL $300,000.00 WE BUY Bonds • Title Notes Sale Contracts Unsecured Notes Chattel Mortgages Real Estate Mortgages H. G. MYERS & GO. 423-423 Overand Bldg. GOODYEAR WELT SHOE REPAIRING 8YSTEM This is the same process as is used by the largest shoe factories in the coun try. Best leathers—best workmanship —satisfaction guaranteed. GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP Mrs. M. C. Mello, 10» 8. 10th 8t A ÿj STHMA There is no "cure" but relief is often brought by— ICR'S « BODYGUARD"-30..