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•USE BH AMBER OF
Well ef Bolet, It's e flood Town end Your Home."
'SHIS NMEH
Volunteers Enlisted at Lunch
eon — Spirited Discussion
Takes Place Over Imperative
Needs for Boise.
Th« public forum machinery Is be
ing Installed by Boise Chamber of
Commerce. At the luncheon Thursday,
volunteers were enlisted to assist ana
direct the first public forum to be held
In the rooms December 30 and 31, at
which time there will be submitted ti\e
replies of hundreds of letters sent to
citizens of BoIhc us to the thing most
heeded to make the city all its people
wish to make it.
Considerable discussion was hail as
to what individual ideals were as to
what was to be attained.
One citizen wanted industries that
those who desired might find employ
ment - another said industries brought
a different class of people and only in
creased social problems, those of larg
er and more altruistic vision seemed to
V.-liove that the right spirit shown to
ward inüliHlrv would broaden the op
portunities and that no organisation
shim Id not shrink front such responsi
bilities.
Home of the industries suggested
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Some of the ministries suggesieu ,
alter another railroad outlet waa se- (
eured was a meat parking plant and (
woolen mill ao Idaho would not he
dependent upon the long hauls across
the continent for Its supplies.
Asked what some of the harriers
Y,ere to securing a meat curing and
packing plant of proper capacity and
latest equipment, a party well qualified
to speak said that one of the things
to he overcome wasThe lark of loyalty
to and demand by citizens for the ar
ticles already produced at home.
Judging from the Interest aroused
by the discussions, some of which
were among individuals, there will he
u quickening of the individual respon
sibility in public affairs seldom expe
rienced In Boise. f
The old leaders waited to be drafted
into service and showed their good
spirit by taking hold wherever needed,
only holding out that new blood and
new life might be brought Into actlv
If Poslam holds any comfort, any
Fiat inf act Ion for you in being the means
to relieve and eradicate eczema or any |
stubborn skin trouble, let it bring you i
these benefits at once. They will suom
ever so welcome if you have suffered
long. There Is n% risk; Poslam can not
harm; its work is known to be highly
successful. Soothes, stops itching,
brings quick improvement. A little does
much because It is highly concentrated.
Clears red. inflamed complexions over
night.
Hold everywhere. For free sample
write to Emergency Da)»oratories. 243
West 47th Ht.. New York City.
ITrge your skin to become clearer,
brighter, healthier by use of Poslam
Hoap, medicated with Poslam.—Adv.
IF POSLAM CAN
HELP YOUR SKIN
-DO LET IT
Records for Gifts
Victor
Edison
Columbia
Our record certificate Is the gift
for the owner of any make talking
machine. Recipients select (he rec
ords that please them.
913 Main. Open Evenings. Phon« 252
Yours lor
Shaving
Comfort
For a
Clean, Coot,
Smooth, Satis
fying Shave we
ask you to try our
mnrntm
One Dollar
Safety Razor
Th« Outfit Mod»»of Steel, Full Nickel
F i e nd Handle end Biz Sharp Reedy
to Shore Blades, all packed u a neat
plush lined hinged case.
This Rsxor
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represented,
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(Editor's Note—Boise now has a
Chamber of Commerce. Its pur
pose In to devote Its energies to
the upbuilding of the city. Every
one In Interested In that. Thin de
partment la entabllahed to give
thone Interested an opportunity to
express their views as to what Is
beat for Bolae and to summarise
the activities of the new organisa
tion ao that the, people may become
fully Informed* aa. to civic devel
opments.) _
lty in this Simon para démocratie or
ganisation. ' «
Several school teachers are among
the volunteers for the forum commit
tee. _ _
WOMEN DISCUSS PURE
FOOD SHOW FOR BOISE
Spengler
Club Di
Meets With Various
«legates at Chamber
of Commeroe.
Représentatives of various women's
clubs and organizations met at noon
today at the Chamber of Commerce
to dlscuks plans for the Western
Products and Pure Pood show to be
held for the lntermountaln country at
Boise. The greatest handicap In the
way of the prospective show Is lack
of hall accommodations In which to
hold It.
The purpose of this show is to edu
cate the people of the state as to the
laws of the pure food department,
which guards the welfare of the health
of the people, and to show the growth
and advancement of the manufactur
ing Industries of the western states.
Idaho Is a rich agricultural state and
is giving encouragement to manufac- i
luring Industries of the west in turn
lug the ruw material into the finished'
product. The desire Is to encourage
of
has
C.
Rnd bu) j d up the wegt by UB i ng the
du<Jt(| of th a western manufac- ;
, urer> I
D0CT0R SUGGESTS
* AERIAL HOSPITALS
London. (By Mall).—Aerial hospitals
floating 6,000 feet above England Is the
apparently fantastic dream of a num
ber of experts who are endeavoring to
persuade the ministry of health to take
over from the air ministry airships of
the R34 type, which successfully ac
ompllshed the transatlantic flight un
der General Maitland, and which
proved themselves superior to Ger
many's Zeppelins as regards length of
flight and time in the air.
The announcement of the aale of R38
to the United States navy department,
and of possible similar sales at an early
date, considerably disappointed many
who advocate British air supremacy at
all costs, and they are supporting med
ical enthusiasts In the hope of saving
these huge and costly airships from the
air ministry's economy axe.
Interviewed by the London Globe,
leading doctor attached to the Royal
Air Force during the war, declared
Ihut the airships would provide won
derful treatment for the cure of con
sumption and other diseases. Patienta
would he able to live for several days
* n J °)' n 8 complet® rest and breathing
| »Ir as pure as that of any of the most
i famous mountain spas. .
"it is no use a doctor telling a poor
patient to go to Davos Platz or any
other expensive mountain resort for
cnsumptivesV the doctor said. "He
can't afford it. But an airship can go
higher than any mountain and the alrl
5,000 feet above London Is as good as
anywhere else. Airships of tfcfe R34
and R38 type could he fitted up as san
atoria for patients suffering from con
sumption, anaemia, neurethenia, and
other Ills, and could, except In very.SEE
w ild weather, crulae about for weeks
at a time."
SATURDAY LAST DAY
TO PAY TAXES TO THE
COUNTY TREASURER
Saturday 1» the last day * on
which ti.xes van be puld without
the penally added. An amendment
to the tax law passed by the last
session of the legislature makes
taxis due some two weeks earlier
than previously r.nd If not paid
Saturday the delinquent penalty
will be added.
PERSONALS
Wallace W. Davis was an arrival In
Boise this morning from Fairfield, Ida.
He will remain for several days on
business.
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Weant are down
from Cascade visiting Boise friends.
Mrs. Dan W. 1-atlmore and Mrs. H.
Dick are over from Mountain Home,
guests at the ldanha.
Mrs. E. F. I-a Brier Is In the city
from Picaho visiting for a fevy days.
Arthur Pence, Jr.. Is over , from his
Hot Springs plane In Rruneau valley
and will remain for a number of daysjSS
at the Grand.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Coonrod came
down from Cascade Thursday after
noon and will be guests In tha city ssv
eral days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cutler were among
the Boise arrivals today from Poca
tello. %
Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Corbus are over ■
from Mountain Home. They are stop- ,
ping at the Grand.
Mrs. B. Gustad Is In the city from
Cambridge for a few days.
Kd Eckstein came in from Glenns
Ferry Thursday night and Is looking
after business affairs In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Wilson of Belle
vue are guests at the Owyhee.
W. G. Bissell. the well known attor-|SS
ney of Gooding, was In the city today
on legal business.
C. B. Mcsklmons Is a business vis
ltor In Jhu city from Richfield.
A. McKenzie is down from Cascade
and baa taken rooms at the Owyhee
for révérai days.
Arthur Birmingham Is In the city'SB
from DeLamar looking after business
affairs. '
Miss Anna L. Bradley lias gone to
Pocatello to visit relatives.
E. P. Nichols, traveling baggage
agent for the Union Pacific system, is
in the city looking alter affairs at the|
depot. V
Miss Pearl McCall, who recently !
passed the examination for admittance )
to the bar In Idaho, left today for Mon
on a visit and later return to
has returned from
tajm o
Wash!
ngton, D.,C.
Mrs. C. W. Md
Elko, whefi
«hue time."
visiting fori
MOSEKLT SOCIETY
TO CONSULT PEOPLE
i Theodore Roosevelt Is a living memor
William Boyce Thompson, president
of the Roosevelt Memorial association,
has announced the personnel of a com
mittee which will have charge of a
Roosevelt •ocMy "tor thed^elop- j
ment and application of th« policies
and ideals of Theodore Roosevelt." \
Gifford Plnchot. chief of the U. S J
forest service In President Roosevelt's
administration, Is chairman of the
committee, which Is national In scope
and non-polltlcal In character.
It Is composed of the following mem
bers: Gifford Plnchot. chairman;
Caret E. Okeley, Henry J. Allen,
Charles S. Barrett, Chas. J. Bonaparte,
Miss Evangeline Booth, John B. Burn
ham, John Burroughs, Mrs. Carrie
Chapman Catt, Clarence Phelps Dodge.
Mrs. Maud Howe Elliott. William
Fllnn, James R. Garfield, James Car
dinal Gibbons, Major General William
C. Gorgas, Harold L* Ickes, Hiram W.
Johnson, Irvine L. Lenroot, Colonel
Henry D. Lindsley, John I. Nolan,
Dr. Frank Mason North, John M. Par
ker, Miles Poindexter, Alexander P.
Procter, Mrs. Raymond Robins, Rear
Admiral William S. Him». Herbert
Knox Smith, Oscar S. Straus, Edward
Van Valkenburg, Henry C. Wallace,
Colonel Henry Watterson, Judson C.
Weill vor. Major General Deonard
Wood, George W. Woodruff.
Mr. Plnchot made the following
statement In commenting on the pur
poses of the committee's activities:
"As I see It, what the American peo
ple would like best as a memorial to
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Pretty Beads
that make nice gifts.
Long string of Jet
Beads, $2.98.
Long string of com
position Beads in black,
with clasp for attaching
pendant. Priced $1.00
and $1.69.
Short lengths of Jet
Beads, In two different
lengths and in assorted
designs. Priced $1.00
and $1 -99.
Long strings of Pink
Pearl Beads, priced
$1.99.
White Pearl Beads,
wax filled and with a
beautiful lustre, in two
lengths, 48c and 98c.
Transparent Beads,
attractively cut, in col
ors of amethyst, amber
and emerald. Priced
$2.98.
English Pottery
Beads, in yellow, black,
orchid and rose, com
bined with small cut
steel beads. Priced
$2.48.
Long strings of Glass Beads,
In lovely shades of orange and
yellow, combined with black
Jet Beads. Priced $2.48.
Beautifully cut Beads, In
Wilson red. Priced $1.89.
Oblong Beads, In nssorted
colors, combined with metal
filigree links, and mounted on
chain. Priced $1.29.
Celluloid Beads and Chain,
priced $1.00.
For the Little Ones, of Course
Dolls'
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Real Baby Dolls with moving eyes and Bisque heads, The
bodies are made of a good composition material.
These dolls are as near life-like as dolls come. May be
had either with or without wigs. In small to large sizes,
priced according to slzs,
from ......................
$1.19to$4.98
Special lot of neatly dressed, good dolls with serviceable
heads. They have wigs. They are about a 12-Inch size, and
are splendid values,
priced each ....................-........
$1.39
Then there are other specially priced
dolls made with strong, serviceable
heads with wigs and nicely dressed.
These are about 14 inches long and
are fine values, priced
each............
31.69
Other good velues in dells prioed
$1.98, $2.29 and $2.98.
Chnstmas Ivory
White Ivory makes a
decorative, useful and
lasting gift. There are
good assortments at the
Drug Section Counter
whloh will economic
ally solve many gift
problems. Among the
B ieces are:
[irrors, $2.98 to $6.39.
Trays, 39c to $3.98.
Buffers, $1.48 to $1.69.
Salve Boxes, 60c to 69c.
Hair Receivers, $1.19 to
$1.39.
Puff Boxes, $1.19 to
$1.39.
Perfume Bottles, 69c to
76c.
Talcum Holders, 69c.
Dressing Combs, 39c to
98o.
Brushes, $1.98 to $8.39
Jewel Cases, $1.98 to
$2.98.
Picture Frames, 26c to
$1.79.
Military Brushes, $2.98
to $6.98.
Soap Boxes, 69c.
Good Perfumes
Gardenglo, per ounce,
$2.60.
Mary Garden, per ounce
$2.60.
Azurea or Le Trefle, per
ounce, $1.39.
Fleur de Crystal, per
ounce, 98c.
Women's Silk and Silk lisle Hose
Vaasar Girl Hose—A pure Jap
silk, garter top. heel and toe of
highest grade Hea Island merc
erized yard, assuring excep
tional service. In Fleldmouse,
black, white, cordovan and
African brown, the
P*!r.........
Women's silk and fibre hose
with Hale tope and mock seams.
Come In black, white, cordovan
and tan. Priced m
the pair .......... J9C
Silk Clock Stockings with seam
less feet. They have fine pure
dlk lisle tops. Here In black with
white clock, navy blue with white
clock and white with black chick
priced, the
pair ..............
Polly Silk Hose that aro full
fashioned, have lisle tops anil
double heels and toes, here In
black and white. They are
priced the
pair ...............
Glove Silk Hose—a fine all-allk
liose with lace stripe that come
in black, white and cordovan.
These, too, are
priced, the pair.
Here's a 12-strand all-silk, full
fashioned hoso that conies In
white, navy and black. We
consider these hose great, values
UUII IV Liven
$2.48
$2.98
U ruiuuvmi.
$2.98
$1.$0
priced as they are 33.50
ths pair............
Pure Silk Hose, full-fashioned,
with lisle tops and extra heavy
toes and heels. In black, white,
gray, cordovan, African^ brown.
ind fleldmouse. "
Pair...........
neun ui»»v»•» .
$2.39
Handkerchiefs—Always Acceptable
Madeira hand embroidered
Handkerchiefs on a pure linen In
neat designs. All hand embroid
ered. Priced 50c, 59c, 79c, 98c,
$1.19 and $1.70.
Bretonne fine hand embroid
ered Handkerchiefs on pure linen.
They have neatly hemstitched
edges with Irish hand embroid
ery on the corner. Each 60c.
Women's embroidered pure
linen Handkerchiefs, neatly hem
stitched in white or colored de
signs, priced each, 35c.
Women's pure linen Handker
chiefs. embroidered In one corner
In pretty designs. There's a big
line of these. Priced, each 39c.
Colored border Crepe de Chine
Handkerchiefs, In muny at
tractive colors. These are
priced reasonably. Each 29c.
Women's hand embroidered
Handkerchiefs In colored de
signs. with attractive hem
stitched edges. Priced, each
29c.
Fine Irish hand embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, on fine
linen In neat designs. Some have
woven borders. Priced, <;aeh 59e.
Boxed Handkerchiefs — At
$1.60 a box of three, neatly em
broidered, one corner style. In
pretty gift box. Others boxed, at
$1.60, $1j00, 76c and 59c.
Child's boxed Handkerchiefs, In
neat designs and printed borders,
two In a box. Priced, 19c and
26c.
What Shall I Give?
Answer this with useful gifts from this -
store—gifts a little better at prioea some
what tern from the store with the Thrift
Appeal.
The Delineator for
December
IT
la here at laat. Please call and get yours
at your earliest convenience.
fori
IlilMII
Skin trouble costs
many a man his job
j therc ,re positions in which he cannot
. u ^ ... ,
\ "0 tolerated. He may know that it ft
the least contagious, but other
people are alrald, they avoid him, and ho
must make way for a man with a clear,
No matter how efficient a man may
be, if he has an ugly skin-eruption.
healthy skin. Why ran this risk, when
Resinol
Ointment and Resinol Soap stop Itching
and clear kway eczema and similar
humors, ao quickly and easily ?
PhTiidai* have g s a lkt the Reetsst Wifi
lor over M year«. Every drngflM nils Reeint
Ointaeeat sod Restas
tree, writs to Dept
lal—one that will be an enduring force
In our national life. We cannot have
Roosevelt with us In the flesh. No
more can wo spare him as a vital force
in American affairs. We ought never j
to lose our touch with hts fearless, 1 1
wise, American soul, or the way he
dealt with the problems of his own
time. The best memorial to him Is one
that will keep Roosevelt, the American,
alive In American public life. Such a
memorial will grow with our knowl
edge of his greatness and will bring
Jv}* and point of view to bear <m
tho diffleult problems whloh ws must
fRM In the years to corns.
of tha commutes, a« I un
dMrstand It, Is first of all to find out
w " at hind of a llv'ng Roosevelt me
morial tha American people want"
A mooting of tha committee has boon
oallsd for January 6, the first an
niversary of Colonel Roosevelt's death.
Immediately after the conclusion of
this meeting, Mr. Plnchot will begin a
two months' "swing around the circle,"
during which he will speak at JO or
more of the leading cities of the coun
try In the Interests of the committee
of which he is a chairman. The prin
cipal object of his tour, which will
take him to the Pacific coast, will be
to find out what form the American
people desire thle "living memorial" to
Colonel Roosevelt to take.
WILL PROBE * INTO
THE COST OF LIVING
AND SALARIES PAID
University of Idaho, Moscow, Dec. 19.
—Compilation of statistics bearing
upon the relation between living costs 1
and salaries paid members of the
teaching profession In Idaho will be the
duty of a committee provided for In
resolutions passed at a recent Informal
meeting of the University of Idaho fac
ulty. It Is understood that data ob
tained will be presented to President
E. H. Llndley and the state board of
regents for use In demonstrating the
necessity for Increasing the compen
sation of members of tha university's
teaching force.
"Unquestionably it Is true," declared
a prominent faculty member yesterday.
"That Institutions of higher education
are facing a perilous situation. In
numerable trained men are being drawn
j from the teaching profession by a buai
1 neBs world now keenly appreciative of
their talents and, because of the marked
shortage of teachers. It will be -more
than difficult to fill their places. The
smaller and younger schools also are
facing the danger of being outbid by
wealthier Institutions. Prompt action
la Imperative."
To Mav* Oomplaxion
That Man Admira
"A man may admit, with great aophls-1
tlcatlon, that powder and rouge are nec- '
sees rr aida to beauty," says a well-known
writer, "yet deep In hla heart he dreams
of the woman whose loveliness needs no
artificial touching up. Women who ap
preciate this, who give consideration to
tbs masculine viewpoint, avoid using
anything that might Indicate their beauty
la not all their own.
"Buch women In Increasing numbers are
acquiring the meroollsed wax habit. By
applying the wax at night as they would
cold cream, washing It off In the morning,
they secure, and maintain, entirely
natural complexions. Their faces exhibit
no evidence of having been 'beautified.'
Nothing la added to the old complexion
—the latter, Instead, Is discarded. Mer
collsed wax. procurable at any drug store
(an ounce Is sufficient), absorbs the de
vitalised outer skin, gradually, almost
Imperceptibly. The fresh, clear, satiny
under-akin which appears, bears a
healthy, youthful bloom not comparable
with the fixed artificial color."—Adv.
For the Children
Bubble
Books .
$1
That Sing
They are well bound, attractively
Illustrated little books with pockets
In which are found three cute
phonograph records that play the
music, words for which are found
In the books.
81S MAIN—BOISE
th* Gtnuin*
Avoid
in Ivory
The toothbrush plant of Jamaica Is
one of the most curious plants In the
world. By cutting pieces and fraying
the ends the natives obtain natural
toothbrushes, and a tooth powder Is
obtained by pulverising the dried
stems.
$7.00
$9.7$
$29.99
$6.50
$4.19
$2.75
SELLERS
FOR TOYS
KIDDIES here Is the TOY 8tel*
of a MILLION THRILLS
824 MAIN BOISE
Mail orders given prompt and
careful attention.
OPEN 8ATURDAY EVENING
till 9 p. m. as usual.
SLEDS
Express shipment of sleds just
received. FIRE FLY And FLEX
IBLE FLYER8 8LED8 with the
STEEL RUNNERS
Largest assortment ef wheel
Goods in Idaho.
8 a p u°t r o ty ........ 314.50
Empire rubber tries, bumper, ra
diator, steering wheel, classy
painting
TRICYCLE QS
well worth J1J.60. $1A«VW
Heavy rubber tires, ball bearings,
Bl PLANE
FLYER ....
Heavy rubber tltts and ball bear
ings.
OVERLAND WAG
ONS, $7.75, $8.96
JUNIOR
BICYCLE.......
Coaster brake, ball bearing, pneu
matic tires, mud guards, steel
rims. Easily worth $42.60.
REED DOLL
BUGGY ....
Handsomely Unished
SsmmiE
KAR .......
KIDDIE
HOR8E ....
-FIXIN8" for CHRISTMAS
Xmss Candles ..........10c box
Xmas Candle Holder ..15c eard
Santa Claus Faces ....15o 4k 36o
Xmas Bexet ..........5c to 60o
Crop# paper 10 ft, roll........10o
Xmas tree ornaments 6c to 15o
Xmas Colored Eleetrio Light sets,
8 globes .................. $3.99
Christmas Btlls, etc
Junior Scout
FLYING MONOPLANE......15c
80AP BUBBLE 8ET8 ......15c
King JUNIOR AIR RIFLE8 $1.25
shoots real B. B. shots.
Automatio repeating
CAP GUN ................ $1.00
U. 8. BABY TANK..........26c
ROCKABYE8
Nursery furniture made of metal
and canvas,
$1.59 $2.49 $259
Pocket Knives........10o to 9Sc
Harmonioae........29c to $1 AO
Ingeraoll Watches .. $2.25 to
Mechanical Charlie Chaplin..99c
Mechanical American FLYER
TRAIN....................$2.00
The train with u guarantee.
GILBERT PUZZLE 8ET8
25c 50c $1.00
R03E O'NEIL KEWPIE
DOLL .................... $1^9
with Coiffure,
Dressed in silk Fibre......$1.78
WALKING DOLL........$15.00
DRE8SED DOLL ..........
Hard to Break
Doll clothes, doll outfttg, etc.
LEAPING BUNNIE ......$1.30
made of stamped steel and beav
er board.
PAINTED RED TRAINS ..65c
In pretty cardboard box
White enameled FOLDING TA
BLE with cretonne, dutch figured
top........................$4.35
Chairs to match .......... $3.65
Revelation Fortune telling cards
'or..........................50c
Kiddle Kars, Footballs, boxing
gloves, baseballs, baseball mitts,
drums. Ice skates, roller skates,
banks, wheelbarrows, shooflys,
rocking horses, express wagons,
pistols, Chemicruft, Meecaao,
Erector, Gilbert Toys, Friction
toys, motors, transformers. Tink
er Toys, Structo auo builder, etc.
BOOKS AND OAME8
Milton Bradley Quality Books at
75c to .................... $1.50
Little Leather Library Bonks
each ........ 15c
Burgess Sleepy Tims 8ori»s
each........ 50c
Raum Hook*............... .$1.00
Tom Slade Series .......... 86c
Billy Whiskers ............$1.00
Sewing Sots. Tracing sets, check
ers, Lotto, dominoes, bomt string
ing, point hooks, linen books, cut
out dolls, paper tracing, maps,
ping pong, egg rolling, Bull In
China Shop, etc.
Saturday Special in
Sellers Toyland
No deliveries, no C. O. D.; no tel
ephone orders, none laid away,
none to dealers, on sale after 10
a. m.
gem.____
ROSE O'NEIL Klwm too
unbreakable, with movable
arms, regular tl.iO. (tee to a
customer.
FILLED XMAS STOCKINGS
regular 16c valses ........ Be
regular 30c values........IBs
Only 6 of each to a customer.
8bIIbpb Bargftln Basement
SELLERS
884 MAIN
CVMYTHINO.
BOISE

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