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Meridian Times JOHN F. HAIKD. Publisher Mil Proprietor, Published Earti Friday. $2.00 A YEAR EiJwin M. Bulkley, Financier and Philanthropist, Defines Near East Relief Work. New York.—"There U no «pot on the globe today whore there I* more desperate anil ho|nde»8 suffering than la Armenia," Edwin M. Bulkley, the well known New York hanker, who ha* JtMt been elected chairman of the board of trustees at Near Kant Relief, declared today. Mr. Bulkley succeed* the iaie Alexander J. Hemphill a* head of the American relief work In Armenia, Turkey, Palestine, Syria. Mesopotamia and Perxlit. lie lia* Iona been connei ted wtih the bunking btutae of Hpem-er Trask A Co., anil 1* thor oughly coiiveraant with the Near Last era situation. ''Elsewhere," Mr. Bulkley continued, "there 1* famine tlial tear* at heart at ring* and eioke* ntir pity and our help. But tn Armvldu II I* not starvation alone that the people face hut starvation coming «Der six yesra' mir ä ' m v I ■M3 -»ft W ®fp m * mi : i ♦ EDWIN M. BULKLEY destruction, wrought by a war that has never ended and that today Is not even ended. It Is starvation following pestilence, and stalking hand in hand with death from exposure, from vio lence er from disease. "In the mountain« between Kars and Alexandropol there are 208,000 human beings without clothing, food or shelter in the bitter winter, who ure wandering from place to place like people lu a nightmare. Unless they —, are Mecored before the end of un H'- other 'month, they will all be dead "In southern Petals. the remnant of the ancient family of Chaldean OhriKtlans bave been forced to renounce forever aU hope of ever returning to the home land where they have dwelt and nour ished for 1.600 years, and to become pitiful fugitives, dependent upon the generosity ef strangers for life Itself. In CHIlcla, 15,000 Armenian refugee* hare crowded Into the coast regions seeklag safety from the anarchy which reigns In the interior, In terror foV tbelr livea They live fbotn day to day oo the food which la given (hem tn the soup kitchens established hy the Near Kast Relief. Scattered throughout the Near Kast, there ure some 7,7*0,490 Armenians, the re mainder «f s nation of 4,000,000, who bava neither government, country, homeland, shelter or hope of regenera tion, save that which lie* in the great heart of America "It la a tragedy *• stupendous that It la difficult for us to grasp Its mean ing A whole nation, a living. Christian people, faee to face with extermina tlou today, utiles* we help. We shnlt see an entire nation disappear from the face of the earth before our eyes If we withhold our hand now, when tha call comes to us to save by giving, er by Inactien to condemn to death. *avo tht Children 1 "Perhaps we cannot save all the grown peopde of this oldest Christian nation lu the world. But at least we can save the little chlldreu who hold the future In their hands. They have wronged a« on* Thev have harmed BO one And thev have .offered • n *' ABÜ , y * * u , ÎT, through the precious years of child hood a calvary of agony and wretched ness. For three years the Ntjitr Ksst Relief, an American organisation, tn certiorated by Congress, has bullt «1» the nucleus of a new generation In the Near East, with the little children that It has taken In from the roadside and barren places, and nursed back to! * health, fed clothed housed and edn aeaita, ten, cioineu, nousea ana euu ciLted, tn the name of the American pebplç who have furnished the funds * tar Oil* great work. *'Th(a lias been our signal eontribu thysi i» the world's future peace—that tehs-wf thousands of these little one* shall ail their lives look to us with 1 geatitud. and faith. It is a seed of world brotherhood that we have sown. t Sfc-n w, It die now' ) Shall we let it at* now. *Tbe Near East Relief Is appealing b> the American |>e«»p!e for the money to go »a with this work—t® keep these Uctl« «nes alive and to save this martyred Christian people. Sixty dol lar* per year—$10 per »mnih—feeds a chud. We have taken this great re •poesihillty upon u*. A whole nation le« ha te u* in faith and trust. h V ■ ; <:■ •1 sj . , Ceambut m.* may be »ent to Ot>e laud H lUMlge, Treaturer, 1 Madis»* "R'e ca«m*>> iMftray them how." Avenue, New York City. ...I.. ===== : . r^= = I Notice to Our Customers We have decided to conduct our business on a strictly Cash basis. We do this for the reason that we are able to give you better service and at cheaper cost to you and more satis faction to ourselves. We will give you the advantage of Spot Cash Prices We do not intend to book any account in the future. We thank our many customers far their liberal patronage and invite a continuance of the same. MATLOCK BROTHERS Phone 260. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. On State Highway jl |. Pfc S6Mf EKEEP IT CLEAN 0 * * ^t?Au* HY be a slave to your car? Why bother with the dirt and drudgery of keeping it clean when you haven't the conveniences for doing it? We can keep your car as clean as you want it at a price you can easily afford. w Sensible Service Thai Pleases You can escape all the dirty, tedious jobs of keeping your car clean and in good running order by arranging with us to look after it. We will be glad to give you a figure either by the month or the job if you will see us right away. |fp|i ,,f t |, # Third judicial District of the stute of Idaho, la aad for the County of Ada Km ma K. Fors. Plaintiff, vs Axle U. Nora. Defendant. Allas Summons for Publication, stat * of Idaho sends greetings t0 Axle B ' Por8 - tho above named defendant. y ou are i,eraby notified that a com lilaint has M „ n fi ) ed aga(ugt vou the District Court of the Third Judi cial District of the Slate of Idaho, In and for the County of Ada, by the above named plaintiff. This action is hrought to obtain a decree of divorce dissolving bonds 0 * matrimony of said parties on the . S round of defendant's wilful neglect , , plaintiff in that he wiifuliv fajU , d to provlde for Pla i nti(f the common necessaries of life for more than one year last past; Plaintiff prays to have her former name re stored and for general relief. And you are hereby directed to ap hear and answer the said complaint ^thin twenty ( 20) days from the «er * ic « »rved with 111 8ald Judicial District, and within forty (40) days if served elsewhere; aud you are f urt ij er notified that unless you so appear and answer said ! complaint j specified, the plaintiff will take j judgment against you aa prayed in a } aald complaint. ! Witness my hand and the seal of ,® aid Dtatrfct Court, this 14th day of <s£u> 1921 Cluiinlierlaln'M Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. Every family should keep this pre P« ration ut bund during the hot of the summer months. It is almost sure . te to he needed, and when that time comes, is worth many times its cost. u MV u iiu> it now. IDAHO HOTEL — ■—Under New Management— Clean, Nicely Furnished Koom*, Hot and Cold Water in Karli Hoorn. WITH OH WITHOUT BOARD Rates Reasonable. >1 c I» O U G A L L M It H . ■ Upstair* at the Parkin B.uiUling, Lialio Strvel, Meridiau. Phona 205. —--is la the District Court within the time herein Stephen Utter. Clerk. By Tho«. E. Powell, Deputy. C. H. EDWARDS. Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence, Boi*e. Idabo. jiial7-jul 22 , No. 170—1:16 am connect No. IS eastbound and No. 17 westbound at Nampa. No. 172— 7.2» am Pony to Hunting ton. No: 174—10.12 am. connect with No. 4 eastbound at Nampa. No. 176— ll.oî^am. connection No. 23 westbound at Nampa, No. 178 -2.08 pm~connect No. 19 westbound at Nampa. No. 180—5.29 pm—connect No. 24 Tini# Q f n ass i n g Meiidlan: . , - , o c - „connection from *J°. 171 *.&. am -connection rrom No. 17 west and No. 18 eastbound. iNo. 173—9.67 am. Pony from Hunt ington. No - 175—11 33 am. connection frpm No. 4 eastbound. No. 177 1.21 pm. connect from „ No.23 westbound, No - 17^9—3.42 pm. Connection from No.19 * e | tbou "d.,. onnection from No - 181 669 pm - connection from - „ , W.B.Davidaon, GLOBE OPTICAL CO. 908 MAIN STREET, BOISE Oldest and Largest Optical Houuu . te Boise. We have all the latest In «ruments for making scientific OT . : ... . Ä „ aminations or the eye. t - Every pair of glasses guaranteed to fit. DR. P. A. SIMMONS, Optometrist. OREGON SHORT LINK RAILWAY Time of trnlns passing Meridian.All tlln# , c lieduled is Pacific time. Ex ample: 12 o'clock noon Pacific time 1 o'clock p. m. Mountain time Boise to Nainpa. Time of Passing Meridian: eastbound at Nampa. Nampa to Boise: W.Howard Daviaon LAWYERS Yates BoUdtng, 4 th Floor ROI8B. IDAHO. HUNK BROTHERS TRANSFER Truck Auto Light and Heavy Hauling. Delivery. Offica Phone 210. Servie* Prompt MERIDIAN, IDAHO. , Recommends Chamberlain's Tablets "Chamberlain's Tablets nave been llsed by my husband and myself off ànd o for th t fWe _ wh : "Y husba " d Boes away from lpme always takes a bottle of them along ... . . . t with him: he Whenever I have that heavy feeling after eating, or feel d U n and played out, I take one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets, and they fix me up fine," writes Mrs. New ton Vreeland, 1 Minoa, N. Y. Take these tablets when troubled with con stipation or indigestion and they will d o you good. FOR SALE.—Best lots in Meridian Secure a nice building lot in the best par * of town, where the good houses are On and near the state highway. Your own terms of payment, •••Liberty Bonds Taken at Par **» FRANK NOURSB, Phone 2150 J., Boise. NAMPA ELEVATOR CO. FOR GRINDING AND CLEANING We are fitted for grinding and cleaning seed of aU kinds. We have installed two large machines, for wild oats and one for seeds. one LEARN ELECTRIC IT Y =get into • big business=growing—big pay now for Electricians, Auto Electricians, Ignition Experts, Battery Men, Me chanical Draftsmen=big future for Engineers ef every kind=you can master one of these lines—earn more money—gain success = write today for free catalog— hundreds of grad uates holding good jobs—over 2,000 men trained annually—a great school for ambitious men=write today. Heald's Engineering School 11*1 Sutter Street San Francisco t HEALTH aad ACCIDENT Fire, Automobile Insurance GEO A. NOURSE Fhone 21R. Meridian. mm Soda Fountain Favorites V A ROCHESTER ROOT BEER FRUIT FLAVORED SODAS LEMONADE MILK ILbIi GOOD SHAKES REAL Satlsying Malted Milks FRUIT OR NUT SUNDAES * SODAS CREAM ALWAYS READY ICE BEAM'S BAKERY Summer Excursions East ROUND TRIP FARE DAILY JUNE 1st t< August 15th. VIA OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD— (Union Pacific System See Agents For Details Omaha, St. Joseph or Kansas City $87.00 Chicago or Milwaukee 106.80 St. Louis 101.40 St. Paul or Minneapolis Memphis Ft. Worth, Dallas or Houston . . 105.00 111.00 109.20 Tickets good three months but not to exceed October 81st. Glasses are not always an evidence of weak eyes but of stronge üitella«. Men and women of strength, both mental and physical, wear them for the prevention of nerve force and vitality, as much as for the better ment of* vision. 1 AU Defects Corrected. DR. G. W. WILLIS Personal Attention Given. 208 Overland, BOISE. NOTICEI * I , We are now able to make another GOOD REDUCTION IN PRICE ON SHOE REPAIRING. COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES AS WE CAN SAVE TOU MONEY. WE HAVE MODERN MACHINERY AND WILL GUAR ANTEE ALL WORK. 1 I » » $ B I I « » a # Meridian Harness & Shoe Shop I a I G, H. LEININGBR, « On Broadway, MERIDIAN, IDAHO. « BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM PAN Y TIME CARD. Leaving time at Boise for Nampa and Caldwell via Meridian 6:30, 8:00, 10:00, 12:1)0, A. M. 2:00, 4:00, 6:00,6:00, 8:00, 10:00, 111:00 P. M. Cars Pass Meridian for Boise— 6:50, 7:46, 9:12, 11:12, A. M. 1:12, 3:12, 6:12, 6:12, 7:12, 9:12, 11:12, P. M. Cara Paw Meridian for Nampa and Caldwell:— °, 5 ' 8 ' 8 ® A - M - *To Nampa Only. 12.35, 2:36, 4:35,5:35 6:36, 8:35, 10:36, *11:36 P. M. McDermott Stub Leaves Onwiler for McDermott:— mJiL a ' T*' l°i 3 i a ' m '' 6:82 p - m - and arrives at McDermott at 8:05 a. m., 10:44 a. m. and 5:45 p. m. Leave McDermott for Onwiler:_ Ut 8 :, m " 18: 56a. m. 6:56 p. m. and arrives at On wiler at 8:18 a. m. 11:08 a. m„ and 6:08 » » he » •To Nampa Only ■ or « p. m. In the Probate Court of Ada County, State of Idaho. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate Mary Valentine, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the dersigned Administratrix of the es tale of Mary Valentine, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ng claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the lorn p " bl ' cation of this notice, to Biuiirnl?. A n" rUf ^ ratrix at 509 Idabo oYldiho ^h 8e, K C ,° Unty of Ada - state fer 1 «!??' thlB b6lng th ® Place f,Ked sald e^tatr 56011011 ° f the bU8inesB Dated June 13, 1921. of un of Arf ... EDIT H V. CRANE, j. Î ÄÄ Ä Idaho. In the pmi,.f. »V _ of Ada Countv COUrt NOTMETO rtnlîSÎSn.« Idabo Louis W Estate of herebv deceased. Notice is Charles i r>„_ , undersigned the Fata te Ad ?»l"i8trator of ceased to tho^" m W ' Corwin, de pesons 'havin* e^edltors of and all said decea^ri a « aln8 t the the necessary' von^ hlblt ^ bem w lth months attestha 0 « 16 !^' , f' ltbln F °ur thîr notice to th« 1 . r8 L PU i )Hcatlon of at law offlee*of 1 T° ! ald admlniB tator, well Countv of Can ' Wa i ters - Caid aho this beln* f 0 "' State of Id ' transaction of th t . P aCe . flIedforthe estate 6 buslnes8 of .aid Dated June Stb CHAID m CHARLES L. CORWIN, T. A. WALTPBs ., Administrator. at Caldwell Idaho Att ° rney ' re8ld lng ___' 6-5t GENERAL LAW* PRACTICE Yates Building. Boira, Idaho." C. H. EDWARDS ATTORNEY AT LAW ' Overland Building, Boise. H. E. PERCIFIELD COLLECTION ATTORNEY Rooms 454-5 Yates Bulldlug, noise. — IF IT IS IN THE PUMP LINE — I have It. New and Second Hand. -and We do all kinds of PUMP Repairing. « . B. HUMPHREY THE PLUMBER. In the Probate Court °f Ada county, State of Idaho, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Samuel T. Turpin, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Executor of the Estate of Samuel T. Turpin, doceased, to the creditors of aud all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to • the said Executor at the law offices °J Eldrld «e & Morgan, Rooms 362 366 Sonna Building, Boise, County of Ada . State of Idaho, this being the p]ace «*ed for the transaction of the bu ** neM of said estate, Dated May 31, 1921. „ GEORGE B. EMERSON, Executor of the Estate of Samuel T. Turpin, deceased. ELDRIDGE & MORGAN, Attorneys for the Executor. jun3-Jull UO.VJE MORE OF THOSE GOOD BUTTER WRAPPERS ON HAN^ THE MERIDIAN TIMES MERIDIAN, IDAHO.