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Evening capital news. (Boise, Idaho) 1901-1927, October 12, 1919, Image 3

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STUTE QUMKII
IUMED TO IMUE
Oooding Selects Those Who |
Will Assist Roosevelt Asso
ciation in Raising Idaho's
Quota.
BLAINE FOR ADA COUNTY
Widespread Interest Mani
fested All Over State in Plan
to Pay Tribute to Memory of
Theodore Roosevelt.
Reports to the state headquarters of
the Roosevelt Memorial association for
Idaho denote widespread Interest In the
plans as announced by Frank R. Good
ins, the state chairman.
The state program Includes organl
oatlon by counties, memorial sermons
on Sunday. Oct. 26, exercises In schools
and suitable action by various organi
sations. The campaign will be con
ducted during the week of Oct. 20-27.
Chairman Gooding says the work of
organisation Is well In hand and be
has every assurance of a prompt and
generous response on behalf of the
men, women and children of this state.
He has designated Guy Flenner as
dlrctor of publicity and public speak
ing for the memorial association for
Idaho and that department Is getting
In touch with the press and with the
various organisations, Including the
American I.egion of Idaho, the lodges
snd others.
LIST OF COUNTY CHAIRMEN.
The following Is a list of the county
chairmen: Adams, J. F. Lowe, Coun
cil V Ada, S. E. Blaine. Boise; Bear Lake,
Ezra Burrell, Montpelier: Bannock, W.
B, Clear, Pocatello; Bingham, W. A.
Blackfoot: Bonneville, N. .1. Hasbrouck,
Idabo Falls: Bonner, G. H. Martin,
Sand Point: Benewah, Geo. O. Dwyer,
St. Marls; Boundary. A. J. Kent. Bon
ners Ferry; Blaine, J. Mills, Garden
Valley; Butte, Thos. J. Paul, Arco;
Canyon. C. J. Wamsley, Parma; Camas,
W. Y. Perkins, Fairfield; Custer, M. A.
Brown, Challis; Cassia, C. A, Sunder
lln, Burley; Clearwater, T. J. La Forest,
Oroflno; Clark, Hon. Sam ,T. Clark,
J>ubols; Caribou, Tom Austin. Soda
Springs: Elmore. Ed Clark, Glenns
Ferry; Franklin, Tom Preston, Weston;
Fremont, J. C. Coffin, St. Anthony;
Gooding. J. A. Blomquist, Wendell:
Gem, T. J. Barringer, Emmett: Idaho,
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You Can't Talk Chinese
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ORIENTAL LIFE
AND SCENERY
SHOWN IN
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PICTURES
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Seth Jones, Whltebtrd; Jefferson, Hon.
John W. Hart, Rigby; Jerome, Adam
Barkley, Jerome; Kootenai, J. T. Scott,
Coeur d'Alene; Latah. A. H. Oversmith,
Moscow; Lincoln, Theodore Snyder,
Shoshone; Madison, Lloyd Adams. Rex
burg; Minidoka, L. B. Bedford, Rupert;
Nezperce, P. E, Stau key, Lewiston;
Owyhee, J. E. Keith, Wilson; Oneida,
Hon. Robt. P. Owens, Malad; Payette,
B. P. Shawhan, Payette; Power, R. B.
Greenwood, American Falls; Shoshone,
Stanley Eaeton, Kellogg; Twin Falls, A.
L. Swim, Twin Falls; Teton, Victor
Hegsted, Driggs, Valley, Bert Ven
able, Cascade; WaBhlngton, E. A. Pad
dock, Welser,
IDAHO PEOPLE APPRECIATICE.
"The people of Idaho owe a great
deal to Colonel Roosevelt to say noth
ing of their debt to him as a great
American mind and leader of American
thought and action, said Chairman
Gooding. "Colonel Roosevelt was al
ways a friend of this state and was
Interested In Its development and did
i much to promote every Industry In
Idaho. He was especially Interested In
irlgatlon. The people of Idaho loved
Roosevelt, the man and the president,
jand they are thoroughly appreciative
of his efforts for the whole people and
jfor the people of their state.
I "There is no question that they will
! respond moat gladly and generously n
this contribution so that they may In
a small way testify to their kindly re
membrance of this great citizen of the
i United States.
"The permanent memorials that will
be Installed will convey to generations
jpresent and future an accurate con
ception of the character and principle
of Theodore Roosevelt and It is for the
establishment of these memorials that
the people are asked to contribute dur
I ing the week of Oct. 20 to 27.
I "Each person who gives to this fund
j during the week will become a perma
nent member of the Roosevelt Meino
| rial association and will have a life
'membership card; school children who
! contribute will be given a special cer
! tifleate.
j "Ample opportunity will be given the
people to honor the memory of this
great American and there Is no ques
! tlon that Idaho's quota will be raised
i promptly and enthusiastically."
Frames made to order.
Studio, 1122 Main St.—Adv.
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CENTRAL REVENUE
OFFICE WILL OPEN
SMALLER STA»
System of Branch Agencies in
Larger Towns of Idaho Are
Planned by Collector in Boise
Headquarters.
Taxpayers of Income tax In Idaho,
as well as those paying tax on admis
sions, dues, transportation, telephone
and telegram messages, eoft dr'ngs.
Jewelry, luxury and all other forms of
government tax should In the future
file their returns with T-ewls William*,
collector of internal revenue in Boise.
Recognizing the Importance of giv
ing citizens of Idaho better service in
providing means for their payment of
federal government taxes, the bureau
of Internal revenue has established the
office here.
In tho past taxpayers of the state
have sent their returns to the collec
tor's office at Helena. Mont. The dis
trict of Idaho lias been created out of
the old Montana district hy the Internal
revenue bureau and taxpayers of Idaho
will no longer be required to report to
the Montana dlstrlet.
It Is Important that payers of In
ternal revenue taxes take notice of this
fact. Collector Williams announces.
Besides hvlng the central office at
Boise, the bureau has nada arrange
ments to establish service stations at
other principal cities <n the state This
will be a great convenience to the tax
payers.
Competent off'clals will he In charge
of these stations, prepared to ad'lse
taxpayers how to make out tholr re
turns. This service will he free of ccst
and will he given cheerfully during
business hours
While the service stations will net
he tn operation fer » short time tluc to
the groat amount of wor,-. necessary in
the establishment of the central rfflce
at Boise, taxpayers should forward
their returns lie Boise office, ad
dressed to "Collect ir of Internal F»e\ -
onue." Opening or the service stations
will be announced later
PERSONALS
C*. TV. Powells of Dayton, Ore., is
visiting friends in Boise, having stop
ped off while enroute home from a
trip to Helna, 111.
Mrs. S. Rankin has gone to Port
land on a visit.
Mrs. F. E. Glazier left Friday even
• ing for North Bend, Ore., to visit rel
! atives.
j E. E. Fox is transacting business at
j Pocatello.
W. F. Solbaeh has returned to Balt
_ Delta. 1
vlrttln* relatives.
J. A. Weed, superintendent of b:
Lake City altar spending several days
tn this olty on business.
J. W. Barkley hoe gone to Portland
on a business trip of several days.
Mrs. Bertha Coffin hag returned
from Delta, Utah, where Be has been
and building' of the Oregon Shoreline
was In the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Torrance are vis
itors In the city from American Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. ßweeley come in
from Twin Falls Friday evening and
are guests at the Owyhee.
J. W. Wheeler and Frank Mlllsaps
were looking after huslness affairs In
the city today. They came over from
Spokane Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Turmes and M. R.
Jenkins are up from Grand View,
guests at the Grand.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Akers of Twin Falls
are visiting In Boise.
Judge H. F. Ensign of Halley, Is
spending a few days in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Johnson are Boise
vlnltors from King Hill.
Mrs. C. C. Griffin la a Boise visitor
from Vale.
M. A. Wheaton Is up from Parma on
a short business visit.
Mrs. E. White and daughter. Eva,
have gone to Ontario, to spend the
week end with relatives.
Miss Grace Sheffield of Portland Is
here to spend a few weeks with her
(«rents while recuperating from an op
eration for appendicitis.
Second Hand Goods
of all kinds bought. Highest price paid.
Call Phone 1890-J.
People's Fumit're Store
824 Idaho 8t.
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MAJESTIC
DIRECTION B. W. BICKERT
TODAY
TODAY
MERIDIAN THURSDAY! NAMPA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Fat Is Fatal
A. Barden of Unhealthy Fat
ness Shortens Life. Reduce
Weight Comfortably
Would you like to reduce your
weight 10 to 60 pounds In a simple,
safe, comfortable way?
Do you want to become healthier, to
look younger, to be sprightly, to pos
sess a good figure without wrinkles or
flubblneas?
Then stop harmful drugging; do not
follow any starvation plan or tedious
exercising, but adopt the delightful
heme method.
Stand by your window or In the
open air each morning and evening,
taking It long, deep breaths. Inhale
through the nose with the mouth
closed; exhale with the mouth open.
Take oil of korein four times dally and
follow the other simple directions that
come with It.
You will positively reduce your
weight, or you will receive a forfeiture
In cash. Go to the drug store and get
some oil of korein today, or write Kor
ein Company, NC-100, Station F., New
York, N. Y., for free book. The guar
antee Is absolute.—Adv.
T. B. BRIDGES, D.G. PH.G.
SUCCESSOR TO
CECIL A CECIL
CHIROPRACTOR
Consultation and Analysis Frso
McCarty Bldg. Phono (12
PINNEY THEATRE
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TONIGHT—OCTOBER 12
THE 8ELWYN8 8ERVE
TEA FOR THREE
BY ROI COOPER MEGRUE
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Direct from record-breaking run at Maxine Elliot**
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WITH
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, ^ _ PRICES: $2.00, 81-80,500.
All prices plus 10 per oent war tax.
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