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matmte garments a? Coats that are in Demand and quite scarce in the market, but our system of buying—through our Eastern con nection brings to this store the very latest garments in all lines at an early date after the models are accepted as good styles. Full Persian Lined, Mole Gray, ^07 Cft Mayfield length . . .............................. ■ »•" MMÜSTEB VELOUR BIOT Plain green Mess&llne lining, Ç07 CH Mayfield length................*••• ..la* • •..... ^fcliUU 64HHGH VELOUR MAT Full Skinner Satin lined, hand brocaded Rfl Full length model, Persian ÇQ7 Kfl marking...................................... ^UliUU ^^kyuuiKJ injvüMajvs>uô-ûu\i uuuuuxiuw iyi Full length, round corners, storm collar 0CC 0(1 and cuffs .................................... ^UUiUU T 62 Inches long, storm collar 91 OR flfl and cuffs........................._.......... «pl£JiUU FREHOH SEAL 6®AT Storm collar and cuffs, guaranteed Leiplo 970 Kfl Dyed Skins ................................... ylfciwU HEIM BIMEY B1ÄT Clear white Skins, handsome Sea Lion Seal storm collar and cuffs, Bayadere Silk lining with 16-lnch foot fold 977 Rfl of black Skinner Satin ....................... yl I iUU /A\|p®rmiyiE iowmcdiiiiii a 13) no I Domestic Chinchilla Coats In gray and brown...................... In navy, brown, self lined shoulders............ Full Satin lined, 62 or 64 Inches, Corduroy collar and cuffs ......... $ 12 . 50 * $ 15.00 $ 15.1 $ 23.50 *$ 25.00 IDMUIUJIC, /4UI0Ê Three-fourth Satin lined, all Silk 9111 Efl 900 Rfl Velvet collar and cuffs ........... y (O.wU * yfcg.vU i BROWN SSS". .................. $ 18 . 50 . $ 25.00 MHMTEIL mmm W u: Caracul collar and cuffs, full 90 R AA 907 RA Skinner Satin lined ............. yaU.UW & fLI awU OUA BSATS Silk lined sleeves, full • 91 R AA 9111 Rfl length, new models ............. y I W.VV & V I O. wU Full Skinner Satin lined, 62 to 66 Inches, hand turned collar, double stayed shoulders inner lined to waist, $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00; black and navy only. ÄiEBBAI WOOUH MHJLR In double weaves, all wool fabrics, Satin bound seams, patch pockets; gray, brown and navy mixtures, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00. 40 Coats grouped In this assortment. In misses' sizes 14 to 18 and junior Coats II to II ranging In price from $7.50 to $15.00. Tha cloths are American Woolen MIU fabrics In gray mixture, brown mixture, black and whits mixture, green boucle mixture and plain colora In Tibet cloths and Meltons. I. In In «FUSED 10 LET WATCHER STM IN comme noon In spite of the law and the oral in structions of T. C. Coffin, deputy prosecuting attorney, to the Judges, Mrs. Alonso Conklin refused to allow I. O. Brown, a Progressive watcher, In the counting room In No. II pre cinct this morning and ordered the constable, G. H. Rose, to remove him from the room. The matter was at once reported to the county attorney who, through an opinion written by Harry Keyser, a deputy, ordered her to let the watcher In the room and quoted the sections ot the law that permits each party to have one watcher on the grounds while the counting Is In progress. She Is said to have declared that "We have decided to allow no watch ers In the room while the counting If going on." The opinion follows: Nov. 5, 1912. Mr. W. H. Thompson, Boise, Idaho. • Dear Sir: In response to your In quiry relative to whether or not each party Is entitled to a representative who when properly sworn may wit ness the counting of the vote, I have to say that section 445 of the codes pro vides as follows: "Such counting may be witnessed by one representative from each of the political parties represented upon the official ballot, which representatives shall be designated In writing by.the chairman and secretary of the respec tive county central committees or in ase of a city election by the city cen tral committee and who shall after taking and subscribing an oath before one of the Judges of the election that he will not prior to the closing of the polls communicate In any manner di rectly or Indirectly by word or sign the progress of the counting nor the results so far as • ascertained or any Information whatever in regard thereto and such representatives and the judges counting the ballots shall be confined to the room or place provided and shall not leave the same during the count, except In case of necessity and then in the custody of the constable of the election." The section further prescribes the penalties of a fine of not to exceed $1000 and Imprisonment In the peni tentiary not to exceed a year or both, case any such representative or Judge reveals in any manner any re sult of the election until after the polls are closed. It Is perfectly clear from this sec tion that each party on the ballot Is entitled to have a representative pres ent as provided ln such section when they appear with the credentials pro vided therein and no one. constable or otherwise, has any right to Interfere with such representative being pres ent so long as he conducts himself In the manner prescribed in the statute. Very truly yours, HARRY KEYSER, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. VOTERS BRAVE WEATHERTO CAST BALLOTS TODAY While a cold, drizzling rain foil and carriages and automobiles for haul ing people to the polls were few, de termined voters braved the weather today and at a late hour this after noon a fair percent of the vote had bad been cast, a majority of which, in the precincts heard from, had been cast In the last three hours, the morn ing vote being light. The following precincts reported the vote at 3 o'clock this afternoon as fol lows: No. 1, voted 248, registered 710; No. 2, voted 107, registered 496; No. 3, voted 225, registered 638; No. 4, voted 142, registered 398; No. 6, voted 167, registered 486; No. 6, voted 139, regis tered 410; No. 7, voted 198, registered 562; No. 8, voted 175, registered 388; No. 9, voted 342; No. 10, voted 200; No. 13, voted 211, registered 611; No. 17, voted 50, registered 127; Inter-Moun tain precinct, voted 189, registered 678. From the country comes the report that ranchers are getting out to vote in goodly number In spite of the rain and bad roads and In percentage, it Is believed the country vote In this coun ty will be larger than the vote in the city. BREVITIES Mrs. W. F. Kennedy and daughter spent yesterday In Boise and returned to Hagerman today. Fred A. Wilkie, the civil engineer, returned to Ashton today after spend ing several days here on business. Mrs. W. H. Glbberd, accompanied by her son and daughter, left last night for Riverside, Cal., to spend the winter. The Catholio Woman's league will meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. Regan, 110 We3t Main street. The Woman's Alliance will meet to morrow afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. R. 8. Gregory at 1107 North Eighth street. ' The premiums for the prise winners at the Inter-Mountain fair are ready for payment and will be paid at the office at Tenth and Idaho streets. William Bidenfaden and family moved this afternoon from 110 East Bannock street Into their handsome new residence at 90S Franklin street. The Ladles' Aid society of the First Methodist church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:80 at the home of Mrs. Great Removal Sale Prices Still Rule Supreme at this Great Removal Sale. This being the last week, price? and profits have been disregarded altogether. Economical men and women will take advantage of this opportunity and supply their needs at a great saying. Make yourself one of them. Come during these last few days and you will agree with the hundreds that have taken ad vantage of the sale, that it is the GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT OF FURNITURE, RUGS and CARPETS, ever witnessed "Lifetime Furniture" If you will take advantage of this opportun ity you can save from thirty to fifty per cent on every article you wish to purchase and best of all you will get furniture that will last you a lifetime. The kind that decorates and beautifies the home. Take advantage now and you will thank us later. i<o> COGHLAN BROS. 4 m George Trekry, 1503 North Nineteenth! street. The Ada circle, No. 166, will hold Its I regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock tomor-1 row night. There will be an Initiation of candidates and'' other ' business of ! importance to transact. The ladles of the First Presbyterian I church will hold an important business | meeting In the church parlors tomor- j row afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The | ladles of the congregation are Invited : to come and bring needles and thimbles. The hearing on the Hlllcrest Irriga tion district matter has been again postponed by the county commissioners until Nov. 26 to allow the state engi neer to submit his report and to enable all Interested in the matter to get ready for the hearing at the board meeting. The Baptist Mission at Twentieth and Lemp streets has elected the fol lowing officers for the ensuing yea-: Superintendent,, Frederick ('. Redfem; assistant superintendent, William Lo max; secretary, Ruth Redfem; treas urer, Martha Yenne; superintondeftt of ; the primary department, Beatrice. I Sllnger. The Ladies' Aid society of the Im- ' manuel Methodist church will meet to- ; morrow afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Cole on the bench. The members \ of the society will take the 1:10 o'clock j Morris Hill car and will he met at the, end of the line by conveyances that will take them to the residence of Mrs. Cole. Thomas Massle entered a plea of guilty before Judge Dunbar this morn ing to a ehnrge of unlawful cohabita tion. He will receive his sentence In the probate court tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. It Is said that he has been living with a woman and her family In tent town while he has a family of his own In the northern part of the state. Rather than miss his voto today Hank Harvey, the pioneer placer miner on the Boise river, who spent yesterday in the city and this morning missed tho Arrow Rock train by half a block, started on his return trip on foot and stated if he did not catch the train at Barberton, where It makes quite a stop, he would walk home today and be there In time to vote. Mr. Harvey came down to buy a few more supplies for the winter and reports that winter has set In near his home above Arrow Rock. WANTED—Girl at Brink's. 824 Main street. N-S WANTED—Freighters. Bldg. Call 422 Idaho N-5 Whether Republican. Progressive or Democratic our aim will be to save you monev. THE RACKET Opposite Post Office. I ! I | j | : DEATHS—FUNERALS Ellen N. Bushnell, widow of the late O. H. Bushnell of Eagle, died at 10 o'clock last night at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Judson. She was 65 years of age and well known In the Boise valley. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:30. Rev. Engle will officiate and burial will be in Morris Hill cemetery. WANTED—Girl to strip tobacco; I. O. O. F. Bldg., corner 13th and East man. N-6 $125 WILL BUY furnishings of 4-room house; parties going away. Address Box 34, Capital News. tf FOR SALE OR TRADE on farm rent ing property, modern 16 rooms; good loeatlon. Inquire Owner, 516-W. N-7 Election reports will not become reliable until late Wednesday, so while waiting spend an enjoyable hour At The WOODS It is your last chance to see "Miss Robinson Crusoe" Another of the Great Thanhouser Features in Two Reels. Also Two Other Fine Pictures. COMING! "The Woman In White" The Best Is Always at "THE WOODS" We Use the "Chicker ing Grand Piano" Word has been received here of the death of Daniel Holliday, a former resident of Boise, which occurred at Stockton, Cal., Monday, as the result of an elevator accident. No details of the accident have yet beer, learned. Information is like money. The more we get the more we need. Like money. Information brings the largest returns when in use Now, all we ask Is an opportunity to employ in your behalf the vast amount of information we have ac quired in making and fitting glasses during our five years of service. Our information used in your behalf will bring you large returns in the way of eyeglass satisfaction. BOISE OPTICAL CO. 1003 Main Street. All our watch work absolutely guar anteed. CON W. HESSE. Jewatar. Adv. Subscribe for tha Capital News.