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For Infant« and fllina™» i Net Contents 15 Fluid Draoh i m Ilf r ijfriMi i h illS m yf Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria hj til ALCOHÖL-3 PER CENT. ; I AVe^eLablc Preparation fbrAs simitatingtbeFood by Regula UngtheStomacfrs and Bowels rf V a®? Bears the Signature ÜJ ff Thereby Promoting Digestion Cheerfulness and RestCentains i neither I Mineral Opium, Morphine nor l. Not Narcotic j of XPv - , lip Ip« Pto''sSM / Pumpkin Sttd jUxSmna JbcJx&Saft AnlrtSre^ *18*4 I 5Eö*< S£l3 In I ata Soi* m Sud ü ij OmfMSafar B I fî &H nym.1 f la mr A helpful Remedy for | ' Constipation and Diarrhoea, jj and Feverishness and ' Loss °f Sleep 1 resuttin i therefromjn infancy Fac-Similé Si gnature ° f 5 -S m Use § 6m lit« Sfcgg pi} •dJS H r For Over Thirty Years t The Ceotacr Gokpamc. newjyork* CASTORIA tO'E'p mh TT Exact Copy of Wrapper* THK OIHTAUW fiOMFAWY, NIW TO«« CfTY. Thoroughly Obliging. "Tour constituents want an explan ation of those latest remarks of yours," said the faithful secretary. "Fix 'em up an explanation that they won't understand," replied Senator Sorghum; "then explain that in the same way and keep on explaining. I don't believe in ever refusing ray con stituents anything." The Optimist. The optimist is a man who has noth ing much to make him cheerful, but who can look at the crowds of lady shoppers, these days, and be glad he's not a muskrat.—Cleveland Plain Denier. ' Achieving the Goal. Pupil (airily)—You know, I am learning music only to kill time. Teacher (grimly)—You're doing it. Experiments have shown that the average speed of an ordinary snail is at the rate of one mile in *14 days. Paradoxical. "Is .Tones of dry tendencies?" "Well, he's on the water wagon."— Baltimore American. Americans are the greatest water drinkers In the world. Bayer Tablets of Aspirin u I» ''Bayer Cross" on Tablets. "Proved safe by millions." a A 0AYER BAYER £ £ R R True Aspirin! Th« "genuine." Buy "Bayer" package». For Colds, Grippe, Influenzal Colds No Discomfort! No Head-buzzing! No Distress! Millions of people take "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" as the best means to prevent as well as to overcome Colds, Grippe and Influenzal Colds—being far more efficient than quinine. Besides relief comes without discomfort or distress. The Master of Colds"—Dependable! u Adults—Take one or two "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" with water. If necessary, repeat dose three times a day, after meals. » Bayer Tablets of Aspirin U Owned by Americans Entirely. Buy only the original "Bayer packages. Look for the safety "Bayer Cross" always. 20 cent package—also larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of ^onoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid Acid-Stomach Ruins Health of Millions Besides those painful attacks of in- ends stomach suffering and makes i» digestion; that awful bloated, lumpy cool, sweet, comfortable and strong, feeling after eating and downright There can be no further excuse for stomach misery that you who have you to allow acid-stomach to wreck experienced it "know so well; besides your health—pile up misery upon mis aisgusting belching, food-repeating, ery until you get to the point where y Bour stomach and distressing heartburn feel down and out and that life has lœfc —besides all this, ACID-STOMACH all its joys. Remember, just as acid nndermmes the health and saps the mouth ruihs teeth, so acid-stomach strength of millions. k rn ™ 8 . health. If you don't get rid of those stomach Take EATONIC. It s good, just like miseries there is no telling where your a bit of candy and makes the stomach stomach troubles will end, for it is a feel fine. You can then eat the things well known scientific fact that many you like and, what is more, every serious ailments have their start in an mouthful you eat will count m creating acid-stomach. power and energy. You'll feel so much Start now-thisveryday—togetridof better-have punch and pep-lbe power vour stomach miseries. TakeEATONIC and will to do things and get results, —the wonderful remedy that absorbs and your stomach misery will be gone, j the excess acid from the stomach and Take our advice. Get a big box of | brines INSTANT relief. You simply EATONIC from your druggist today, have no idea how much better, stronger It costs so little. If it fails to remove and brighter you feel at once. It drives your stomach distress, he will refund all the gas and bloat, puts an im- your money. That is guaranteed; yon mediate stop to belching anaheartbum, are to be satisfied or money refunded. ou J T Q I 19 I __ M I FAR YOF1R ACID-STOMACH. J Y I out T A K E LIE IS PASSED III REPRESENTATIVES ENGAGE IN WAR OF WORDS IN COUNTY DIVISION DEBATE. Charged That "Whiskey Lobby" Is Maintained at Capital.—Senate Turns Down Eight-Hour Bill for Women. Boise.—The lie was paused In the legislature on February 21. The clash j grew out of the county division fight. j Charges of maintenance of a "booze" , lobby and other Improper advances of , lawmakers also were made. The trou hie was precipitated when the general , enabling act, house bill 53, by Bonnell j and (lough, was thrown into the com mittee of the whole in the lower as- 1 sembly and debated, ferred. Action was de Representative Johnson of Kootenai j county lead the tight -against the coun ty division enabling act. This meas ure would remove county division measures from the legislature and place them in the hands of the people Immediately affected. He said lie was I I j I pledged to his constituents against di-, . viding counties and contended a gen „„ , _ ! ernl enabling act would permit many a mini les o >< < iv.i t . . pea -er . Kiger took issue with Johnson. He is from the same county and declared his j constituency .had not bound him , against division, Gough charged John-1 son \uth telling many different stories ■ about what the effect of the bill would lie. Johnson replied that Gough stated an untruth. Gough arose to resent be ing.called a liar. He said that the log rolling that has gone on over division of counties before the present legisla ture had resulted in the maintenance of "whiskey lobby" and insidious lob bying of all kinds. The house went on record on Febru ary 21 for a constitutional amendment to increase the sale of state school lands per annum from 100 to 200 sec tions, and memorialized congress to appropriate $500,000 for the construc tion of a highway up the Clearwater river, providing adequate means of transportation between Lewiston, Ida ho, and Missoula, Mont. The senate defeated the eight-hour day bill for women and passed the Cowles bill, making it compulsory to teach all sub jects in public and private schools in the state in English. The senate, on February 21 declined to accept the biennial report of C. S. Moody, former adjutant general, ou the grounds that it was incomplete as to draft figures by eounties, and, al though it cost the state over $1000, it was worthless. The Moody investiga tion is still in- progress. Clarence Van deusen, former state auditor, was sub poenaed and before thé committee. AT THE CAPITOL. A storm broke in the house of representatives on February 19, when the joint state affairs committee re ported its findings on three institutions, wherein it recommended that a new board of directors and a new medical superintendent be given to the Black foot asylum, as conditions are deplor able there under the present manage ment; that no appropriation for the state sanitarium at Nampa be made by the legislature, but that the feeble minded inmates be transferred from there to the asylum, where it is urged, a building be erected to house them. Governor D. W. Davis attached his signature to senate bill No. 19 on Feb ruary 19, thereby giving to Idaho a complete change in government, in cluding the creation of a cabinet sur rounding the chief executive, the mem bers of which will have jurisdiction over practically all existing depart ments. Tiie house of representatives at the session of February 15 gave approval to the schools of this state by passing the Cbwles bill. mous. This act makes it unlawful for ! any school instructor to teach or cause to be taught in the grade and high, schools "any subject" in any language 'other than the English language." The provisions of the act however, do not apply to instruction lu any particular language, or to the use of foreign words and phrases in designating scientific terms. The vote was unanl- i Many believe the legislature would j be wise if it passed, and the people | ratified, the proposed amendment to ' Approval was given on February 15 by the house to a bill which authorizes the state examiner to examine the ac counts of moneys received and ex pended by the children's homes, stute fairs and exidbitions. The direct primary bill, passed by the senate earlier last week, now in the ! house. was to have been passed under ! suspension of the rules at the house i session on February 15; but an agree ment by the Republican majority to j that effect having been reached, it did uot come up during the session. J the constitution providing for the elec tion of members to the legislature to four Instead of two-year terms. Paramount among the issues pend ing before the legislature are: The land settlement act to provide employ ment and farm homes for returning I soldiers and sailors ; Ute direct prim I ary bill, substituting the state conven I tion for the state-wide primary und all I ,Ue 4-VEAR TERM PLAN IDAHO REPRESENTATIVES DE CLINE TO EXTEND OWN TIME IN STATE SERVICE. Is Majority Voted for the Measure, But Failed of Two-thirds Vote.— No More Bills May Be Introduced In the House. j representatives to pass an amendment j to the constitution to lengthen their , tenu of office to four years; efforts of , niade to block a general county divl »ton enabling act to remove from the , legislature the problem of creating ad j «btional new counties ; the recom «nendatfcm by the senate that there be 1 created in Idaho a state constabulary, and the introduction of a bill to create Boise.—Refusal of the house of a state commission in that # body to legalize boxing, "ere the outstanding j moves in the legislature on February 20 . The four-term legislature resolution I requires a two-thirds vote to pass. A I majority voted for it, but not enough, j The vote stood 40 to 13 against. In I attacking the resolution one member di-, . . , . , , . . . declared he would not be mean enough I, , , „ ! to force a second term in the legisla tnre on anyone . The argument for , t . wag to t j le e ff ec j; nuire experienced men is wouId niake the state . g j No hills were , nl roiluced in the house , on Febnlarv 20 , as it was the forty flfth ant , la8t day alIowed for ,i„ ing ^ ■ es( . e pt; from committee or unanimous consent. The state affairs committee modified to of in S. it Its report with regard to he' feeble minded institute at Nampa. Wednes day it recommended that no appropri ation be made for the institution. Thursday it recommended that no ap propriations be made for new build ings only, but that funds for main tenance be allowed. An effort was made to have all reference to the san itarium stricken from the report, hut failed. A lively fight took place in the liouRe over tlie defeat of the Nash bill, pro posing an enabling act to permit resi dents in a portion of Oneida county to be annexed to Franklin county. Mon son of Franklin championed the bill, declaring ail the residents in the ter ritory were anxious for the annexa tion. Hall of Oneida charged there was a "nigger in the wood pile" anil all Franklin county wanted was part of Oneida county's forest reserve. Ht said Oneida county had been cut up till it had eight children and many grandchildren, but Franklin, one of them, had been the "hardest kid of them all to wean." The bill was de feated by a vote of 27 to 34. LEGISLATIVE NOTES Senator Robertson of Washington county sprang a sensation in the sen ate just before adjournment on Feb ruary 19, when he demanded that the president appoint a committee, com posed of Non-partisan league members in the senate, to investigate the insin uation made by the league paper that corruption had been resorted to for the purpose of influencing his vote, as well as those of Senators Teaman and Sea ver, against the eminent domain bill, this committee to determine whether they should be expelled from the senate. The legislature refused to double its salary when the house of represen tatives on February 17 defeated a pro posed amendment to the constitution to increase it from $5 to $10 per day. A two-thirds vote is required, and. while a majority voted in its favor, the vote of 33 to 25 was not sufficient to carry it. Because of a clerical error, the first tie vote of the current legislature ses sion, an even split In the ranks of the senate on Ralph! S. Nelson's measure extending the right of eminent domain to the condemning of waterworks and a ! official, electric light plants for municipal use. i Wlls announced as a crushing of the The balloting actually stood 19 to 19, but 18-20 was the result declared After having been passed, house bill No. 102, by the committee on agricul ture and horticulture, providing for collection and publication of statistics by the department of immigration, labor and statistics and by county as sessors, was laid on the table by the lower hous after reconsideration. for use during the biennium of pqnal ' and charitable institutions of the state, Idaho legislators will work u!ong on the same old pay of $5 per day for a while. A proposed constitutional amendment to raise legislative salaries from $5 to $10 per day was defeated. Dividing ou party lines, except I'i ! one or two instances, the house of rep ! resen tut Ives passed a joint memorial, i by Givens and Featlierstone. favoring return of the railroads to their private j owners under government control and regulation, and opposing government ownership. Total appropriations of $797,015 the industrial training school excepted, «re asked in a bill introduced tn the house by tiie appropriations commit tee. Provision for a two-miU direct road tax levy is made In a bill introduced In the legislature. This proposal is de signed to raise $t,S50,000, a sum which with funds raised by counties aud mu nicipalities, is deemed amply sufficient to meet the federal appropriation dol lar for dollar. III The Greatest Name in Goody-Land 'Jr ou know the realm of child hood dreams is a land of sweets. / k ■-*a, Make some of those dreams a delightful reality by taking home « - » o. SN--. ü i WR1GLEYS frequently. 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When you have heavy lumps of pain or headache from indi gestion. Here is Instant relief! F F Just as soon as you eat a tablet or two of Pape's Diapepsin all the dys pepsia, indigestion and stomach dis tress ends. These pleasant, harmless tablets of Pape's Diapepsin never fail to make upset stomachs feel fine at once, and they cost very little at drug stores. Adv. Nobody to Hear. "I suppose, if I tried to kiss you, you would scream." "Of course I would. But I'm suf fering from a very weak throat." Cirrus clouds have been recorded more than seventeen miles above the surface of the earth. SAFE, CENTLE REMEDY CLEANSES YOUR KIDNEYS For centuries GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been a standard household remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and stcmacb t-ouble, and ail diseases connected with the urinary organs. The kidneys aud biad der are the most important organs of the body. They are the filters, the purifiers of your blood. If the poisons which enter your system through the blood and atom ach are not entirely thrown out by the kidneys and bladder, you are doomed. They are not a "patent medicine," nor a "new discovery." For 200 years they Weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trouble, headache, pain in loins aud lower abdo gall stones, gravel, difficulty when urinating, cloudy and bloody urine, rheu matism, sciatica and lumbago, all warn vou to look after your kidneys and bladder. All these indicate some weakness of the kidneys or other organs or that the enemy microbes which are always present in your system have attacked your weak spots. GOLD MEDAL Àaarlem Oil Capsules what you need. men, I n A Reg'lar Champion. "I hear that old Bill Simpkins is the most no account fellow in your town," remarked the city cousin. "Not good for anything, is*he?" "Wall, I don't want to be too hard agin the old feller," responded the man who had something good to say about everybody. "He raises some of the likeliest lookin' weeds in this part of the kentry-" A Question. "Well, it's neither here nor there." "Then where in blazes is It?"—Chi cago Daily News. To keep clean and healthy take Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regulate liver, bowels and stomach. Adv. Sin is as rust on a polished blad< you may rub it off, but it's hard to re move the spots. Don't wait until your coM develops Spanish Influenza or pneumonia. Kill it quick. j ! CASCARA M QUININE j i Standard cold remedy for 20 year*—in tablet f form—safe, sure, no opiate»—breaks up a cold in 24 hours—relieves grip in 3 days. Money back i f it fails. The genuine box has a Red top with Mr. Hill's picture. At All Drug Stores. W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 9-1919. | have been a standard -ousehold remedy. They are the pure, original imported Haar lern Oil your great grandmother used, and are perfectly harmless. The healing, sooth :ng oil soaks imo the cells and lining of the kidueys and through the bladder, drv ing out the poisonous germs. New lif-, fresh strength and health will come as you continue tue treatment. When complete ly restored to your usual vigor, continue taking a capsule or two each day; they will keep you in condition and prevent a re turn of the disease. Do not delay a minute. Delays are es pecially dangerous in kidney and bladder trouble. All druggists sell GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. They will refund the money if not as represented. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are im ported direct from the laboratories in Hol land. They are prepared in correct quan tity and convenient form, are easy to take and are positively guaranteed ' to give prompt relief. In three sizes, sealed pack ages. Ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL. Accept no substitute*.— Adv.