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and training is becoming more and
more heavy throughout the lower valley until one has to order ahead to secure one of these fine animals now. But where Mr. Stewart really ex cels is In the big, rugged, clean cut, big boned and hard pulling farm stock which he has carefully bred, trained and acclimated to the lower Snake river valley and which have made his name a standard for good horses at honest prices. Hellebore to Kill Currant Worms. It has been found efficient to mix hellebore and flour for the Currant worm, and apply it by dusting It on the leaves. Use one part of helle bore with five or six parts of flour, stirred together. When left to stand over night or a few days, in a closed vessel, like a tin baking powder can. It will impart its efficiency to the flour or the entire mixture, and can be used successfully by dusting over the leaves or bushes.—Market Grow er's Journal. The Idaho Chautauqua (By Reilly Atkinson, Secretary). The second annual assembly of the Idaho State Chautauqua Association, which will be held in Boise June 22 to July 3, 1911, Is among the great educational Institutions of the state and in the course of time will un doubtedly rank with the University of Idaho, the College of Idaho and other colleges, in the work it will do and the uplift it will cause among those who are its followers. A Chautauqua is not a college; it Is not intended to be a school; it is something quite different, but within Its own sphere it is an educational Institution and the backing that has been given it by the people of Idaho Indicates that it has truly filled a HON. J. FRANK HANDLY, FORMER GOVERNOR OF INDIANA. long felt want. A Chautauqua Is an educational institution, but it is also much more than that, and again, it Is different. While It seeks to edu cate It does It through means which are entertaining, and It gives Its patrons plenty of good fun along with the instruction. Its programs are made up of every sort of legiti mate attraction, from lectures on the most abstruse subjects to movlug pictures and popular singing. The program of the Idaho Chautauqua presents the names of at least two of the leading men of the United States, one a lecturer, Earl Barnes of Philadelphia; the other a reader, Dr. S. H. Clark, Dean of the Depart ment of Public Speaking of the Uni versity of Chicago. As a lecturer and thinker along certain social lines Mr. Barnes is easily the best and most favorably known in the United States, and as a reader of the great dramas, the fiction and modern tM 7i L. N. Cook, one of (he owner of Terrace Heights 5-i Up SENATOR W. E. BORAH. plays, Dr. Clark Is conceded to be without an equal. But with these, on the same platform, will be pre sented 2,000 feet of new moving pic tures every day of the assembly. These films will be shipped into Boise by the largest moving picture film house on the coast and will be the latest and best in moving pic tures. Two complete reels, of 1,000 feet each, will be received each day, making a complete change of pro gram every evning. Two operatic and concert companies are on the b-aî SPISSiS "V;: ; \ To' 7$ EARL G. BARNES. BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY TO THE IDAHO STATE CHAUTAUQUA BOISE June 22 to July 3d Inclusive Best Educational and Entertainment Program Ever Given in the State of Idaho LOOK OVER THE LIST Of High Class Attractions and you will readily see that you cannot afford to miss a single one. EX-GOVERNOR FRANK HANDLY, OF INDIANA. The Political Reformer of Nation-Wide Reputation. DR. S. H. CLARK OF UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. An Interpretative Dramatic Reader who never fails to please. DR. EARL G. BARNES. "A Chautauqua Favorite" in a series of four lectures. RENO B. WELBOURN, "The Man Who Harnessed the Sun, 99 in a series of lectures. DR. L. G. HERBERT, In his Great Lecture "A Man Among Men. 99 DB WITT SMITH, "An Old Guard of the Chautauqua Platform Lecturers, (two lectures.) WELCOME NEWS FOR MUSIC LOVERS The following Renowned Musical Organizations have been se cured for the Chautauqua and will Appear in a Series of Concerts. THE CHICAGO OPERATIC CO., They will sing portions of the World's Greatest Operas in Costume. THE APOLLO CONCERT CO, And Hand Bell Ringers who will captivate the Chautauqua with instrumental music. 'Free Schools in Session Every Day The following schools have been organized and each one is under the supervision of a competent instructor. SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Profs. Wicks and Nicholson, of U.'of I. COOKING SCHOOL, Mrs. Alice Sherby Houston, Instructor. BIBLE SCHOOL. Frost Craft, D. D. Instructor. PHYSICAL CULTURE SCHOOL, W. H. Beach, Instructor. ATHLETICS. W. H. Beach, Manager, Prices of Admission Season Tickets $2.50 Day Tickets 50 cents School Children $1.25 School Children 25 cents Reduced Rates on all Railroads and Interurban Lines Special car to Caldwell every night Write for Free Booklet to Idaho State Ghataqua Association, Box 409 Boise.