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tf FAYING BIG MONEY FOR COYOTE ! 1 . i PS^ I ir © 1918 A.B.S. Inc. Pi N _* §3, N< A Wei EXIR* URGE TO AVCflAGE N9 3 :19 2 N*lLARGE N?l. SMALL Nt I medium t fc. IVt**5t AS TO • ift t QUALITY AS TO AVCMA«t AVCMACC HEAVY FURRED, CASED OPEN AND HEADLESS I5M* J5 1.001* SO 2S.00to23.00 22.00lol8.00 20.00tol8.00 16.00tol4.00 3.00to 200 2.00t* 150 12.001*10.00 9J00I* 7.00 12.03t* 6.00 9.01t* 5.00 I6.00tol4.00 12.00tol0.00 COYOTE HEAVY LOO^Ü J5l* J5 ZO.OOto 17.00 16.00(o13.00 15.00tol2.00 12.00tol0.00 75 ) to 450 6.001* 100 10.00 to 850 8.00 to 6.00 7501* 550 SJOt* 4.00 250to 150 2.00 t* LOO LYNX CAT mm ORDINARY WINTER SHOT. DAMAGED AND KITTS AT HIGHEST MARKETVALUE 2.75 to 230 225to 150 2.10to L85 150 to 1.60 50t* 40 35 to 25 1.70to 150 150 to 120 130 to L10 1.00to 30 1251* 50 351* SO FALL CATCH 'EM—SKIN 'EM-SHIP 'EM We Want All the Idaho Furs You Can Ship COYOTE, LYNX CAT, MUSKRAT, and all other Fur-bearers collected In your section in strong demand. A shipment to "SHUBERT" will bring you "more money"—"quicker." GET A SHIPMENT OFF-TODAY. You'D be mighty glad you did. Then extremely high prices quoted for immediate ehiptneni. SHIP YOUR FURS DIRECT HO A' B'SHUB , INC. THE IARCEST HOUSE IN THE WORLD DEALING EXCt OS! LIE L V IN^ - RICAN RAVV FURS 95-77 W.Austin Ave. —— Chicoqo. U.S.A. A IV1 MOÎSTPHLIER COAL & Lumber Co. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF Building Material DIAMOND COAL CANNON COAL FENCE POSTS SEWER PIPE Prompt Delivery Phone 7W. ♦ ED. C. RICH GROCERIES HIGH GRADE « FRUITS AND VEGETABLES J INTEN8IVE PROGRAM WILL CONFRONT THE LEGISLATURE When Idaho's legislature convenes in less than a month from now it will be confronted with one of the most intensive programs to bring internal developments of any body of law makers in the history of the state, writes the Boise correspondent to the If the solons are Lewiston Tribune, wise and desire to conform with the wishes of a majority of their constit uents, they will come prepared to en act laws that will bring about a new of internal development in Idaho. era The big problem before this state prominent in the public life of Idaho agree, is today, men and political the way by sound, construc to pave live legislation for badly needed de velopment, wffiich, while helpful to indirectly assist the} the state, will handling after-war govemment in problems, the greatest of which it is admitted is to provide suitable em ployment for as long a period as pos engaged in trades and They are already sible for men lor common labor. back to their home state centers where into effect curtail instances absolute drifting from war industry there have gone inents and in some shutdown of the industries. accumulation of surplus la time of the year when The re suit is an bor at the very It is least desired. So there is being formulated ready for presentation to the coming legis lature acts that will call for needed appropriations that the wheels of in be put into motion again which for som* dustry may public works over there has been a on ban in this 4 yea Bta One of these acts will ask for an appropriation sufficient to build and complete the two main winga to the capital building. Between *800, new 000 and $900,000 will be needed for Only the main section of the It is in a sadly without ade this. building now stands. congested condition, quate room to properly house the va governmental departments, of which have been forced to rious many occupy the two antiquated annexes. At least a year from the time con struction work is started would be necessary to complete the two wings j Considerable labor would be employ ad taking care of pan of the labor surplus that exists in the state, claim those who have studied the situation and they say that by the time the wings are finished the labor situa tion will have to a great extent ad Justed itself. Another proposed construction pro ject is offered in the Soldiers' Home burned to the ground over a year ago forcing the veterans of the Civil war the Boise barracks. tion work which has In view prépara uon of present unosed land for re Idaho and other soldier» ia turning Idaho ana otner aoiaier». ' the more mooted legislative isaue of Whatever L done, solons realize depends greatly upon the acts However, ap , ... , , , . proval by the Idaho legislature and possibly the passage of state acts to work out the program will have to All rights of men who An to occupy appropriation of less than $100,000 will erect a new edifice, institutions will expect the same lib lity shown them and by authoriz Other state era ing construction work of needed ad ditions other channels will be opened to meets the demands of labor. There is an urgent call for the completion of highways, making bet roads available, of constructing bridges at many points in the state nd of getting some of the irrigation projects back on their feet. However the really big reconstruc fer ■ > them all approved by congress. be necessary. In to entered the service of their country from this state have been safeguard ed by the present laws, ao that when they return they will find that they have been given ample protection. The government haa already Inti mated that some of the bigger irri* gatlon reclamation projects that will be attempted to prepare land for re turning soldiers will be worked out In Idaho. The great Snake river basin offers a fertile field for thla with am ple water In sight providing the dis tributing workB are Installed. To do thin will require millions of dollars, but the reward will be the reclama tion of millions of acres of land and providing homes for thousands of soldiers as well as adding greatly to the productive agricultural area of the United 8tates. Members-elect to the legislature propose to get behind this program solidly and to do every thing in their power bo far as the legislation is concerned to bring It about. FTVB THOUSAND MEN NEEDED FOR SHIP URKWS Arrangements for bringing Per shing's fighters hack from France are being rapidly worked out, from the shipping standpoint, the United States Shipping Board announces. Chairman Edward N. Hurley, now enroute for Europe, left deflnite orders to rush all work connected with the big ferrying Job and approved a program for a vigorous recruiting campaign to get crews for the troopships to be pre pared for transporting the men home as soon as conditions warrant their withdrawal. The board announces that it wants 5000 men at once to go into trainglng for this work. The men accepted may be of any age between 18 and 36. without regard to their former classification in the draft or previous experience. They will be re cruited at the Shipping Board's 6,800 drug store enrolling stations, and will be first put on board training ships at Boston, San Francisco, Seat tle, New Orleans, or Cleveland for six weeks of special training. It Is hoped that those who sign on for this service, insuring as it does a look-in the big show of the war's end, will remain permanently in the mer chant marine after the peace treaty is signed and the army is home. 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Read Montpelier testimony: Mri( j.- K Bridge«, Clay »treet, j „ays: "Several year» ago 1 waa auf ia fering with rheumatic pains and , Doan's Kidney of I p " u * #fjt a ^ ce rtJilaly mp a i| on e could expect. always recommend Doan's Kidney Pills a B reliable." Price 60c at all dealers Don't agk for a fctdney remedy g> to Doan - g Kidney Pills—the same that to Mrs Bridges had. Co . Migra.. Buffalo. N. Y. Foster-Milburn t MANY SlO I MIl TO THK FLl' in SO! Tit \FRIA on a minion in South Africa It waa wntt«n at Johannesburg on Oct 16: I started a letter to you about a *wl ago hut waa unable to flniah It Thta laat week I hail a bit of experience the like of which 1 never had before For the Brat time I read a (etter from mother and Louise In bed. There la a plague herd called the Spaniah Flu From the papers I aee It la over that way now. ajid haa been all through Europe. It started here about a month ago. and haa been raging very etronglv. At firat it "dn"t aeem to take .o many off. but lately they are dying faster than they can be buried in Capetown there have been 5,000 die In (he laat two or three week. Every public build ing la converted into a hospital In aome case« the flu corae# on so sud denly that they double up and drop in the streets. Three of us came do1*rn together. They aay It's beat to gq to bed and sweat it out. We were in bed Friday afternoon and moat of Saturday. Sun day we were up. We didn't feel very strong yet. I don't remember of ev er being so miserable before as 1 was Saturday. They are waiting help in the hospitals and are silking tor vol unteers. So I think w« will go and help them. While I was sick I missed my dear mother and the courage ahe give. Hut one has to be sick to And the real friends. We were taken care of Just splendidly Every meal was brought to us hot. by different friends. You asked my opinion about your taking the civil service examination, If you think you would "ite It. and If It looks good to you, 1 would say do l)o*r Slator Lucils You said you mgy be sent to j some foreign country Wall, that's i possible, but I don't ttylnk very prob- i able, as most of the American officers In foreign lands have their local help ( But If there IS a chance for you to go j to some foreign lant>. I don't see 1 why it wouldn't be Ji|at fine. Some i would say It isn't nlt^e for a girl to ! go alone like that. be best for some girl«, but I am not j afraid of our well trained Mormon j girls. The world has lots of wicked-1 In it. but It is well balanced by | I don't care where one i BO ell, It may not ness goodness. goes, he can And most any kind of And there isn't company he wants, any doubt In my mind but what my sisters will slways ([hoose the best. And traveling is the, beat experience one can get. It broadens one In every wa* If one haa tb|e right kind of training while yonffg, and then la turned out among those generally termed the world, It haa a good effect shaping character for the best for The Doctrine and Cove 'WIs in after life. nants contains the following; dom receiveth wisdom, truth embrao eth truth, virtue loVeth virtue," etc. That la Just it. An honest person , Isn't going to associate with a dlshon- | eat one. And a virtuous person loves i virtue and will always seek It. One | with these qualities will have a feel- ! Ing of horror and dlaguat come over him If he happena to meet the oppo- ] site And that la why traveling in such a benefit to ope that can reslat all temptations. Well, I am feeling quite well again and hope to be my aid self soon. They say it takes several days for the flu to work out of the System. JANUARY 8TOCK HHOW WIDE UK GREAT EVENT The board of directors of the | Western Stock Show association have i decided that the rtext National Wes- \ tern Stock Show, Which open« in Den- j ver on January 18, la to be known ai the "Victory Stück Show." planned to make It the greatest event < that baa ever been held In Denver, j Additional apace haa been secured for I the show thru the lease of the big | three-story hors« barn acroaa the | street from the show building and ; Lafayette atreet In front of the ahow j buildings will be closed to i public trafllc and included within the I show. By thla method It 1# expected | that all of the tjxhlbita can be auc ( cessfully taken core of. The directors report that the out- ' look for exhibits at the coming ahow i la the best of any prevloua year. All departmenta will be filled to overflow ing, and It la expected that there will be a gathering of stockmen from Colorado and aid Joining atatea and from all over thie weat; In fact, that it will be greater than at any previ ous exhibition. In connection with the Stock Show the annual convention of the Amer ican National Live Stock association will be held and plana are being made for a great mass meeting of stockmen at which government off)- ] rials will undertake to explain to the stockmen what the post-war demand for live stock and agricultural pro ducta will be during the coming year and for aome time to come. Hereto fore theee meetings of stockmen bave ; It la been held for t,he purpose of Inform- i «»« rs»rdta« conditions. AI this meeting govern mon ( officials Who have been In Eu rope investigating will tell the stock men whst they have found out. of Plans are being ®*turedtra » |* r * e •***• fo J j ,Ye I 1 It^ll lions ever held *" 'be «T . »». * time ^ceAebretr and Denver | be wide open dur! g of j 50 , having at least one cold during the the wlnt „ r months, and they are fortu , . ,__ . . * h o ba^e but one and get thru with It quiekfy and without any serl oua consequence# Take Cbamber Iain's Cough Remedy and obaerve the directions with each bottle, and you »re likely to be one of the fortunate I one#. The Worth and merit of this remedy has (teen fully proven There are many families who have slwsys used It for years when troubled with t a rough or cold, sad with the very best results, Ftow Escape. There are few Indeed who eaeap Tbs ExaaiLnsr la only IS a yen r. I For Y our Christmas ! Dinner S , , . . , erythmg in the grocery line. We also have a large stock of FINE CONFECTIONERY in Bulk or Boxes and the _ M , , „ best grade of Christmas Mixed Candy and Nuts of all _ m kinds. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS EARLY FOR GHRI8T- Ï __ , , , a MAS CHICKEN OR TURKEY, as the supply may be ■ a m g « s m p 2 We axe prepared to supply you with the best of ev : 2 limited. Roghaars Cash Grocery. : PHONE 147 IS p Its 4 Ô 1 •t •2* * Na r i À 1 /ft m. If you like It here come back; If the food* aren't right, come back; if you forget anything, come back. We'll be here with the good* when you come back. The only come back" to our good* i* your desire to come back for more. Advertised goods make you want to come back. We sell ' ' come back ' ' goods. < < , | i | ! ] mi COG: ir it 'ft ft>f Af Wl MAVI IT 6 .&.(?ffwnqSe?iq C Iftt PVSU roo* QROC ER q LU IL.» Headquarters For Pure Groceries | i \ j < j I | | ; j i I | ( ' i ] ; WE HANDLE ONLY 0R0CERIE8 AND FOOD STUFFS THAT YOU MAY ABSOLUTELY DE PEND ON AND IN ADDITION YOU ALWAYS GET AS LOW PRICES AS ARE OBTAINABLE IN MONTPELIER WE RECOMMEND TO YOU OUR Modern Meat Maket where the best meats, poultry, fruits and vegetable* are always for your selection. W. J. Crockett Merc Co. Successors to F. 0. Hansen Company We Sell i | » the the you this THE CELEBRATED KEMMERER, ROCK SPRINGS CASTLE CATE I COAL We axe prepared to furnish it in ton or car load lot*. When yon bny from u* you get good, dean coal. Williams & Hess Phone 129 ( Pay your subscription to the Examiner at once r.