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C0ITSIÎWDIIETO Operators Boost It 35 Cents and Dealers Add on 2 5 Cents to Cover Extra Cost of Delivery. An advance of 60 cents per ton on all grades of coal In Boise went Into effect today. The raise in price wus caused by a 35 cents advance at the mines on all coal coupled with an addi tional 25 cents a ton more for deliv ery. A charge ot 75 cents per tons for delivery had been the delivery price in Boise for some time, but this has been raised to $1 per ton where companies hire their deliveries made. Teamsters driving for coal companies have been paid $24 per week and are seeking $27 per week. Under the new prices coal delivered ■ells at the following prices: hump coal, per ton............. $11.25 Lump coal, half Ion............ 5.75 hump coal, quarter ton........ 3.25 Kgg coal, ton................... 11.00 Egg coal, half ton.............. 5.75 Nut coal, ton.................. 10.50 Nut coal, half ton.............. 5.50 EASE THE PAINFUL RHEUMATIC TWINGE Sloan's Liniment Will Bring Com* forting Relief Quickly. N EVKR break« faith. Sloan's Uni ment (loe.sn't. Just penetrate« without rubbing and eases the external pain and ache , rheumatic twinges, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica, lame, sore, strained muscles, bruises, sprains. For years it has gone ahead win ning new friends, holding old ones, strengthening its reputation as the World's Liniment. Clean, effective in relieving the aches and pains of men and women, this old family standby can be relied upon to do its work promptly and surely. Don't he without a bottle anotIter day — keep it handy. All druggists—3oc, 70c. ? 1.40. Suts Made to Your Measure Est. 1868—8th aud Main Delayed Shipment Men's Shoes Just Received Hero II. IIM s a <'Oii|ilc of models that the average man will liUe. One 1 1 inm broad, round toe last, the other a special custom last. is a foot filit I'l'iee (I iin these since we bought them, so you'd better get 1 advanced on he old price. No. 3018— (icnuiuc shell cordovan, wine color, blucher style. Custom last, Extra heavy sole with water-proof mid dle sole, reversed water-proof hand welt; broad, flat heel with inserted slug. You can't buy a bet ter shoe for wear. Price $14.00. No. 3019^L>ark mahogany skin blucher, round toe. medium welt soles; a splendid fitter and full of value at $ 10 . 00 . T /I NO. 3018 M erCs Durable Hosiery Our hosiery comes from America's best mills—it is made right ami fits right. "Phoenix" silk hose at 80c—Made with linen heels and toes and lisle tops. Black, white, cordovan, navy, gray, medium gray, tan, purple, dark green and palm beach. At $1.50 a heavier weight in black, white and me dium gray. Phoenix make. At $1.75 full fashioned, all silk with linen heel and toe: black, white and gray. Phoenix make. At $2.00, Phoenix, extra heavy, all pure silk; Staiz tit top. At 50c "Baronet" fibre silk in black, white, tan, gray and palm beach colors. "Bachelor's Friend —Six pairs guaranteed for 6 months' wear. Black, white, cordovan, tan, beach and dark gray. The pair 40c; $2.40 for box of 6 pairs. At 7As—Fine French lisle sox, full fashioned; good weight. At 25c— Cotton sox in black, white, beach, cordovan and gray. Wayne Knit —Split foot, fine black cotton with natural balbriggan sole 50c. Cashmere sox— Black, gray and oxford colors at 50c, 65c and 75c. Hand Knit Hosiery Uo.'s black, fine, pure worsted sox at 86c. At$1.2£—White worsted and wool with gray heel and toe. Also brown and green heather mixtures and all brown, made of the finest pure worsted i Munsing Union Suits for Men j : I ! • Lift off Corns! Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezono costs only a few cents. JjJ. With your fingers! Vou can lift off any hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the hard skin calluses from bottom of feet. A tiny bottle of "Freexone" costs little at any drug store: apply a few drops upon the corn or callus. In stantly it stops hurting, then shortly you lift that bothersome corn or cal lus right off, root and all, without cne bit of pain or soreness. Truly! No humbug!— Adv. Tu F PERSONALS H. H. Whittlesay of Pocatello is at the Owyhee. Fred W. Gooding came in from Sho shone this morning and will be in the city for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Russell and Walter Russell are Boise visitors. They came in Monday evening from Pen dleton. John Curran of Hagerman is look ing after business affairs in the city. Mrs. Ann M. Johnson is here from Gooding visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. Cram are over from Pocatello. They are guests at the Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Davis are in the city from Montpelier. Mrs. (\ V. Sweet is shopping and visiting in the city this week. J. L. Fowler came in from Monday night and is a guest At the Idunha. George A. Day is here from Oakley on a short business trip. F. FÎ. Wilson and E. R. Gates are vis itors in the city from Hammett. R. J. Hanlon is in the city from Sand Point transacting business. F. M. Snell of St. Anthony is spend ing a day or two in the city. Mrs. M. L. Emery came down from Cascade Monday and is a guest at the Grand. P. F. Peterson is a Boise visitor from Horseshoe Bend. Mrs. O. E. Grenier is here from Hammett visiting Boise friends. O. H. Knoll of Pendleton was among the business visitors in Boise today. Robert C. Holden has gone to Sher idan. Wyo„ on a business trip. Mrs. Ray W. Graves of Chadron. •\>b., is visiting in the city. AMUSEMENTS * AT THE BOISE THEATRES ♦ Î _ TODAY 4, * Empress—Vaudeville and ''Nev- ♦ t er s ^„ y „? ul ,M' "' th Qe °n?e Walsh. ♦ I .. 8t | and — A Very Good Young * * Man with Bryant Washburn and ♦ a Big V Comedv. 4. * Majestic—-Paid in Adavnce" ♦ with an all star cast. 4» A now policy goes into effect at the Strand theater, commencing Thursday Only the very largest screen produc tion! be produced there, with changes twice a week, Sunday and Thursday. The new program goes into effect Thursday with Douglas Fairbanks great production, "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo." Manager B. W. Bickert of the Majes tic Amusement Company, made the an nouncement of this change on his return yesterday from an extended trip during which he lined up the biggest screen attractions In the United States for the Strand. The attractions in the movie line at the Majestic and the Empress will also be graded up in line with Mana ger BIckert's policy. He says ho will not tolerate anything but the best ob tainable. Because it did not measure up to promise and expectation he re cently ordered cancelled the serial at the Empress. "We mean business,' said Mr. Bickert, "and Boise patrons will be fully protected." BIG ONES COMING "I have been enabled after consid erable effort and the execution of con tracts that immensely increase pur operating expenses to line up some big attractions for the Strand. "The Majestic will continue to have vaudeville and the best accompanying pictures obtainable, and the Empress will have good pictures part of the week and the Empress' players for the last three days and Sunday. "This arrangement will give Boise as fine a lot of amusement l'eautros as any city in the country." PART OF THE LIST The attractions already scheduled by Manager Bickert include 'Broken Blossoms.'' which is enjoying a phe nomenal run in New York now. with seats as high as $3 each. Another in the list is Douglas Fairbanks' "His Majesty, t lie American," which is breaking all attenddance records ev erywhere. Others are: "The Westerners," with Roy Stewart "Secret Service," with Robert War wick. "A Man's Fight,'' wjth Dustin Fnr num. "Silver King," with William Faver sham. "Checkers," with an all star cast. "The Hushing Hour," all stars. "The Hoodlum" with Mary Pickford. "Pollyanna" with Mary Pickford. "Evangeline," all stars. "Wolves of the Night," with William Farnum. "Lone Star Ranger," with Dustin Farnnm. "Border Legions" and "Desert Gold" LETTER TO BOISE DRUGGISTS Get Ready For Big Mustarine Demand The Quickest Pain Killer on Earth and the Original and Best Im provement for the Old-Fashioned Mustard Plaster Is Going to Be Consistently Advertised in the Newspapers in This City and State—Sale Is Guaranteed to Druggists and Consumers. Order From Your Jobber Now. BEGY'8 MUSTARINE IN THE YELLOW BOX Just as soon as our regular advertis ing starts people will demand BEGY'S MUSTARINE. If they cannot get it from you, Mr. Live Druggist, they will get it from some of your competitors. We have opened new territory before and we know just what we are talking about. BEGY'S MUSTARIN" is so much bet ter than Liniments, Ointments or any other preparation used for the same pur pose, that nothing can stop the peo ple from getting the best. We have a reputation throughout the country of square-dealing with the peo ple. Mr. Druggist, and on that basis and the wonderful merits of MUSTARINE we ask your generous co-operation. We don't want you to order a big supply but we do urge you to have enough on hand to meet the demand that comes quickly and surely. "Heat eases pain" and there Is more concentrated,'non-blistering heat In a box of BEGY'S MUSTARINE than is put Into any other box the same size. Tt Is «the bCBt and quickest remedy in the world for lameness, swellings, sore muscle, stiff neck, lumbago, cramps in the leg, sprainB and strains. People who use MUSTARINE say it ; ' • SCREEN STAR WHO WILL BE FIRST ON THE STRAND NEW PROGRAM COM MENCING THURSDAY. > - ? m DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS -The Knickerbocker Buckaroo' A FINE COMEDY. Bryant Washburn, known to all the atre goers as one of the most clever of all screen actors is showing today and tomorrow at the »Strand theatre in "A Very Good Young Man." In this production Mr. Washburn .plays the part of a young man whose j stainless character is tho talk the : I own. He has never done anyone a I wrong, never lied, never flirted nor ! gambled. All the small petty vices • which are common in the life of the average young man, arc strangers to him and he never expects to.make their acquaintance. But, when he proposes to his sweet heart, she refuses him with the sur prising statement that he is too good to be true—and his wild oats would probably rrop 'out alter they were married and her li'e be rendered un happy. The very good young man is deter mined t * win her at any cost. The way he accomplished his purpose will af ford everyone a genuine treat. WORSE THIN INFLUENZA Local Woman Finds Good Health a Pleasure. After years of annoyance Mrs. Stella Eckert of 90S!Vi Main street, Boise, dis covers a secret for efficiency in the home through a marvelous yet very simple method. Read the letter in full for her discovery Is of great interest to the thousands right here in Boise who have experienced her symptoms. Boise, Idaho. White-Runyon Shoe Co., Boise, Idaho. My Dear Mr. Runyon: In reply to your letter requesting a testimonial from me in reference to my experience with the Dr. Scholl Foot Appliances, 1 will say that before wear ing your foot appliances I was unable to walk and It was only with great suf fering and pain that I was able to get 1 about and do my house work. 1 had large callouses on the bottoms of my feet and severe pain and swell- j iii g in my limbs and ankles, which the j doctor diagnosed as rheumatism. After wearing the appliances which I you fitted for me the sharp piercing I pains and cramps in the balls of my I feet and the swelling in my ankles j have entirely disappeared. I am now | able to walk and do my work as well ! as any one. I cheerfully recommend the Dr. Scholl's Foot Appliances to anyone suf fering as 1 have. I am Verv truly yours, MRS. STELLA ECKERT. 909 V4 Main St. This store is the accredited agency of the Dr. SMioIl method of foot cor rections in Boise. Idaho, and the only one designated by Dr. Scholl for their demonat rations. TWELFTH SEMI-ANNUAL DEM ONSTRATION. A Boot Comfort expert will be in at tendance at this atore Monday to Thursday. Oct. 13 to 1*. Hundreds have been helped by tide method of treatment. Bring lu y OU r feet If you hpve foot troublee. No charage for examination. WHITE-RCNYON SHOE CO. —A4« The Store Ahead. stops aches and pains In half the time it takes similar remedies; that's why people uso it in preference to the slow acting ones. Take sore throat for instance, and meurisy and chest colds; in one night, while you sleep, MUSTARIsE ends all the misery and subdues the inflammation. Rheumatism sufferers swear by it, for m just a few minutes it eases the agoniz ing pains and blesHed relief follows. It's the same way with Gout, and for Neuralgia, Neuritis, Sciatica—the relief is ; simply marvelous. Your Jobber has BEGY'S MUSTARINE and we urge you to order a suppy today, for Just as soon as the people discover that Begy's Mustarine, made of real, true, hon ' est mustard and other pain-destroying in gredlents, has such quick and mighty power over inflammation, congestions, • swellings, aches and pains, they will In sist on having it and won't accept any thing Instead* A generous box retails for 30 cents—a large box for 60. » You take no chances when you order Co. of Le Roy, New York, who also make Celery King. Dr. Carters K. & B. Tea, Shiloh and other worthy remedies. sdv. Retry s MuRtarine for the sale is guaran teed by the manufacturers, S. C. Wells Sr. Beat and lowest priced photos Carter's Studio. 1122 Main St.—Adv. Best and lowest priced photos Carter's Studio, 1122 Main St.—Adv Argonne ""Arrow formfii Collar Cluctt, Peabody 6f Co. Inc. T roy, N. Y The name 'Argonne' • Is used by courtesy of the THE H. F. HORTON CO., INC. 15th Ave. and Front St. NAMPA, IDAHO. PHONE 81 Dealers in Hides, Tallow, Pelts, Wool and Furs. Price list mailed to you upon request Try us with a shipment. If you see it in Krull Ad IT'S TRUE ^SÀ Cf* 9f r/\ r J I! --- 5S« Greet the Season of Music and Dancing With A Soloelle 'C vj. 1 nvestigate" Its Predominating Superiority n though the price ef and you will be aatisfiad with tha other may be less. You wouldn't buy com* pasta because it had a high 'nitre * rhinestone for instance, when what you really wanted'was ■ diamond, merely because the paste was chaap. Then why buy a mere player piano bcoauae its chaap when what you want is a PIANO-PLAYER PERSONIFIED—A PIANO-PLAYER PAR EXCELLENCE—the abaolute last word in tha craetien of a player-piano. We sell—tha SOLOELLE. On terms, too. illrerfT KriiM nmrw *OL35JENM Bli MAIN »T. ä^Sc*. Foot Expert Here A specialist from Chicago loaned to this store by Dr* Win* M. Scholl the recognized foot authority, is here now. He will be here only TODAY, WEDNESDAY THURSDAY io foot bothered people should loee no time in coming to see him. E x a mi nation and Advice Absolutely FREE This expert know« all about feet i He knows the famous Dr. Scholl* I methods of correction and he I knows that I is a m Scholl ianot orR&nafy Ex Every FootTt Let him examine your foot and tell you what is the trouble, the cause and the way to quickly correct IL Let him demonstrate on your own foot that you can gain Foot Comfort Immediately. You don't have to wear "freaky" or loose shoes. The Dr. Scholl plan is to give loot comfort while you wear loot comfort while you wear the stylish, well fitting shoes you like. AH Welcona. . Come In. Æ "The Foot Comfort Shop" WHITMNYON SHOE CO.