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Under the Capitol Dpme
The March term of the supreme 1
court opens Monday, 'a long calendar !
most of them, however, having been
carried over from thé January term,
Included among the cases arc those of
the State of Idaho versus Cummings,
the State of Idaho versus Fong L.oon,
and the State of Idaho versus Cur
tis et al.
of oases on appeal has been prepared
A strange disease among cattle over
at Weston, in Franklin county, was re
ported to the state veterinarian's de
partment yesterday. State Veterinär
en Bodle commissioned Dr. Scabury of
Pocatello to make an investigation.
The state capitol annex presents a
somewhat changed appeorunce. Since
the lund department moved into the
main building, the Insurance commis
«loner has moved Into the offices occu
pled by the land commissioner, and the
state horticultural inspector has moved
down stairs Into the department for
merly
to whose occupation was the governor's
office.
The seed analyst has moved
Into the front office formerly the old
state treasury department, and the
state highway engineer has moved Into
the old Carey act department. The
old offices are to he renovated, cleaned
nnd re-papered as well as painted, It
is understood. The chief draftsman
with tile land commissioner's depart■
ment is the only member of the land
force who was unable to find quarters
in the
•upied by the register, prior
• building. Ho will remain
ii the'old building for the time being,
Deputy Wilson, with the pure food
department, arrived in the city yester
day to report to his chief. Pure Food |
Commissioner White. Deputy Wilson
is fresh from northern Idaho and Lew- j
istem. He says t liât the recent winter I
was the severest in the history of
Lewiston. The mercury went down
IT below at one time and there was
un abundance of snow. i

Tmported horses are seeking a mar- !
ket in Idaho nnd will find it, according'
to the report made to State Veterinär- !
inn Bodle yesterday. William T. Tra-:
cey. representative of the Dunham
Oaklawn Farm Wayne. 111., called j
thc state \ ' erinarian to notify j
him that his firm had a carload of im
ported registered draft stork at. Poca
tollo and would be glad to comply with j
th laws of this state in bringing them
Ipito Idaho. State Veterinarian Bodle :
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Fayette,
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notified Dr. Scabury to inspect and
license the stock immediately. The
animals will be disposed of in this j
Adjutant General Crow and Lieuten- |
ant Garber. U. S. A., inetructor-inspec- j
tor of the Second infantry, Idaho Na- J
tional Guard. leave today to make an »
official inspection of the various militia I
companies there. Their itinerary is as
follows: Lewi:.ton, March 6: Grange
ville. March 7; Goeur d'Alene, March !
0: Sand point, March 10 :
March 13; Weiser, March 14;
well. March 15: Nampa. Mai
Emmett. March 17:
Twin Falls, March 21: Boise, March
2.1: state arsenal, March 24.
state.
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The office of the state highway engi
ncer has been moved to the east side
■>f ;
of the cupitol annex.
Tlie Bethel Cemetery company
Troy filed articles of incorporation with
the secretary of state. i
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The state board of parole will meet i
Monday at the state penitentiary to
consider a number of applications of !
ïonvicts for parole. i
Governor Alex tnder left yesterday !
for Idaho Falls, where he attended a j
banquet Just night given by the Wood-J
l \v Wilson club. Today he will spealc j
in the Presbyterian church and Mon-j
day will address tho schools. ;
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ith tlie public !
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A tariff vvt
utilities commission yesterday by the
Clearwater '"'elephone company,
nouncing the reduction of telephone
rates for its '.aes.
filed
W. H. Taylor, deputy with the fish
anil game department, reported to
The man who ex
periments comes back to
Firestones. The man of experience
sticks to Firestones. Graduate now
into the experienced class who enjoy
MOST MILES PER DOLLAR.
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St* thm Firmmtanm man and find oat why yam
c an gat thia antra aaraiea at amaraga coat.
Automobile and Motorcycle
Tires» Tubes and A ccessories
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IDAHO TIRE & RUBBER CO.
"The Home of Firestone Tires''
Ninth and Bannock.
1 headquarters yesterday. He came In
! from the kittle Salm in country. Deputy
I Taylor says that lie was astounded to
'(see deer Jump IS feet across the snow
| n , 0 which a person would sink to the
waist line, while he was snowshoelng
In that section,
Governor Alexander haa granted
the requisition of Governor Lister of
Washington for the return to Gray's
Harbor of K. B. Gardiner, alias Wesley
Williams, alias John Miller, now under
arrest at l.ewlaton, hut wanted In
Gray's Harbor for obtaining money on
bogus checks.
John Slneykal was arrested at Ash
ton Inst week for attempting to sh'p
two beaver skins out of the state and
was lined $10 and costs, while the skins
were confiscated. The fish and game
department received a report to that
efTei t yesterday,
The public utilities commission will
take up the old Pocatello water case
at Pocatello on Monday. This is the
case wherein the Pocatello Water com
pany made application to have Its rates
for water raised and filed a schedule of
rates to that effect,
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j The state land department has com
j pleted tile little moving bee It Indulged
jin last week, transferring from the
j annex to the main capltol building, but
the department gives every appearance
of having been stuffed Into its new
| quarters. It is crowded and in all
probability within the near future space
will be at a premium, if it is not now.
Chief Deputy W. H. Thorpe is back
from a trip to Gardner, Mont., where
| with the assistance of Deputy Shrives,
50 elk taken from the Yellowstone Na
j tional Park were loaded and removed
I to Idaho. They were unloaded at
Preston. Pocatello and Hanson and dis
tojtributcd to the respective game pre
serves. The elk are young. Deputy
i Thorpe says, and stood the trip well
[and will unquestionably make them
! selves at home in their new location,

! The public unities commission was
notified yesterday through tlie filing of
ja tariff that
j canned goods from Boise and this tcr
j ritory to New York points of 62% will
go into effect immediately. This Is
isaid to open the way for the shipment,
of canned goods manufactured in this
state, cast at a profit to the manufac
: turer.
reduced
rate
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commodity rates from eastern points
jto points on the Ogden. Logan* Idaho
railroad, resulting tn considerable re
duction.
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Rates from 3ofst. Nampa and Cald
well to points on the Pacific «fc Idaho
Northern railroad are changed by a
tariff filed with the utilities commis
sion by that road. This tariff grants
reductions in about 80 per cent of the
rates and increases the rates on about
20 per cent,

The Denver * Rio Grande Railway
,company filed a tariff with the utilities
commission covering many class and
State Land Appraiser Nash has been j
appraising the state lands on the Mini
doka project amounting to about 1500 '
acres oh the gravitv unit and 3500 j
acre* on the pumping unit. A sale „f j
state land will he held at Burley April I
1 and many inquiries for the land are
being received from outside parties,

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A. L. Sparling, «ent to the penitcn-|
tiary from Twin Falls county on con-,
viction of obtaining money under false
pretenses. will have an appUcation be
fore the board of pardons at its next**
meeting, and ask for a pardon. Ho
was sentenced Nov. 8. Sparling is well j
known in Boise and his case attracted
unusual attention. Others in the state i
penitentiary who will seek leniency
from the hoard include Frank Hamil-I
ton. sentenced from Canyon county-better
July 8, 1914, for first degree burglary.
John Murray, sentenced from Elmore
county for burglary to from 2 to 15
years, will seek commutation of sen
t ence
The Judgment entered in the First
judicial district court for Shoshone
county by Judge Woods in the case of
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Barteldes Orchid-Flowering Sweet Peas
Giant Waved "Spencer
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Magnificent large flowered varieties having the edges of the standard and wings
beautifully waved and crumpled. Extra fancy stock, that grow to the height of
seven feet or more and flower beautifully.
— Dainty Spencer
— Duplex Spencer
— Asia Ohn Spencer
White ground with m beautiful edg
ing of roee pink. Very flue.
Large, wavy, a beautiful cream pink with
double or duplex standards.
A hand sonn« flower of a pinkish-lavender
color. Very large and wavy.
Packet 5c
Packet 5c
Packet 5c
r King Edward Spencer.,
r Mrs. Routzahn Spencer-,
Othello Spencer
' Enormous flowers of the genuine
Spencer type. The color Is n dark
rich red. '
Large flowers with wavy edges. Color fa
a soft brown tinted with blush pink and
ahaded to apricot and rose at the edges.
A very deep maroon. Very lhrge flowers
and a • traue growing and free blooming
plant.
Packet 5c
Packet 5c
Packet 5c
One Packet of Each of the Above Spencers for 25c Postpaid.
We also offer a special mixture of Spencer varieties for those who wish to plant these gigantic sweet
peas, but do not care for separate colors. Packet 5c — ounce 20c.
We are headquarters for strictly high-grade sweet pea seed. Our growers give snç
selecting and cleaning. We have orders from all parts of the United States for our selected i
furnished at the price of ordinary sweet pea stocks. Send in your order today. Write also for our big
Also FREE, with early seed orders
of $3.00 or more, choice of Barteldes Farm Guide
or Barteldes Coole Book.
eiat attention to
strains which are
New 1916 Catalog Free
Profusely illustrated. Sent free on request
1252 16th Street,
9 Denver, Colorado
Barteldes Seed Company
the First National hank of Wallace 1
versus the Callahan Minins company, is
sustained in an opinion handed down
by the supreme court. The case was !
carried to the supreme court on appeal.
It seems from the facts as stated I
the First National bank of Wal- j
lace held certain stock of the Consolt- |
j dated-C'allahan in escrow, for which
j J. H. Robbers and A. L. Riley were j
paying. They took up 274,000 shales
and when they paid for 176,000 shares
the mining company notified the bank
not to deliver the stock. Robbers and
Riley directed the bank to stop pay
ment on the company's checks and the
bank sought relief in the courts. The
lower court held that the mining com
pany had the alternative of delivering
170,000 shares to Robbers and Riley
amJ aHow )hem to Bllrrender old C alla
han stock or the Callahan company
m , ght b(l dlMolved and court wlnd
|up its business. This the supreme'
; vourt affirmed.
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' Pure Food < ommissioner J. K. White
j returned yesterday from Mountain
j Home, where he was called on depart
I ^"t busings*. He pays this tribute to
thr metropolis of Elmore county:
"There is no talk of hard times at
I Mountain Home. Everybody is busy
aml business is good. It is surprising
0 see ani ,°unt of improvements,
ma ^ e t ^ ierr * n ^ ie past year. A new
aewer stem has been installed and
1 «* construction of the new county
bouse and jail is well under way.
j * vou ex P f t 't to stop at the hotel there
yon haf * better wire for
i as everv room * s ,nken an d a waiting
* s ft !ways on hand. An addition is
hviilt on to the hotel in order to
accommodate the traveling puo
^ c * ^ ^ nr new hrick garage lias
^ een completed and plans made for a ;
m0(lern up-to-date meat market. As j
soon as t ^ ie weat her will permit the
city will do some extensive grading of
streets, which together with the pres
ent good water and sewer system will
put Mountain Home to the front in j
general sanitary conditions."
reservation
Have your suits cleaned, pressed
and repaired. Gus R. Mueller,. Tailor, j
32 Falk Bldir. Adv-Al j
Prices right on HIAWATHA COAL,
phone 323. Lump $7.50. stove $7.
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SAYS THAT BOISE
TREMBLES IN BOOTS
No doubt Boise residents will he j
somewhat surprised to learn that they
daily live In great fear of being sub
merged by water* from the Arrowrock !
dam when they read the following from ,
the Miner, published at Mackay. This ;
item appears as a result of the recent i
ac tion of the land hoard entering Into !
a contract for the construction of the |
Big Lost river project, which will ne
cessitate the construction of a dam !
above Mackay. The item from the ;
Miner follows:
"The Arrowrock dam at Boise, the
largest and strongest dam in the world, \
is a monument to modern engineering. '
It was built by the government, not by
contract, but on day's pay and no ex- |
pense was spared in Its Construction.
Every dream of the engineer was rea
lized. Yet Boise, the capital of this
state, trembles in her boots with every
thaw and freshet, because this colossal
Cured His RUPTURE
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I wbs badly ruptured while lifting « trunk
several yea ra ago. Doctors said tu y only hope of |
cure was au opcratloa. Trusses did me no good. 1
Finally I got hold of something that quickly and 1
completely cured me. Years have passed and tlie
rupture has never returned, although I am doing
hard work aa a carpenter. There waa uo ofiera- !
tion, no lost time, no trouble. I have nothing to
tell, but will give full information about how you
may find a complete cure without operation. It I
v «>u write to me, Kugene M. Pullen, Carpenter, j
4fB Marcellus Avenue, Manasquan, N. J. Better '
cutout this notice and show it to any others who •
are ruptured—you may save a life or at least stop •
the misery of rupture and the worry sad danger |
af sa operation. 1
dam lies above the town,
Boise people iio if that da
on a site that engineers contend was
impossible'.'
What would
were built
What would they do if en
HORSES
And MULES
W c want all the good, fat horses and mules
that we can get for our next auction sale, which
will begin on Tuesday, March 7, 1916, and con
tinue until all are sold.
We sold 1000 head at our February sale, al
though the weather conditions were bad. We
will have plenty of eastern buyers at our March
sale for all the horses and mules that are offered,
so don't hesitate to bring them in.
We will also have a whole outfit of scrapers,
wagons, harness and tents belonging to a rail
road contractor who is going out of business. If
you are in need of anything in this line it will
pay you to attend this sale.
March 7—Remember the Date—March 7
Caldwell Horse and Mule
COMPANY
Dickens & Miller,
Auctioneers.
J. W. Smeed,
Manager.
We Have Moved
OUR
VULCANIZING AND REPAIRING
TIRE PLANT
TO 204 SOUTH TENTH STREET. INTO LARGER AND BETTER
QUARTERS. WHERE WE WILL BE BETTER EQUIPPED TO TAKE
CARE OF YOUR TIRE WANTS.
W. G. ANDRUS
204 S. TENTH ST.
PHONE 857W,
Office Practice Only—Consultations and Examinations Fra*.
Bladder and Kidney troubles, di.curos uf the Prostate Glend. Stric
tures, Frequent Urination, Gonorrhoea, acute and chronic; Blood nnd
Skin Diseases. „
All sexual diseases of men and women. Nervousness, Despondency,
Loss of Ambition and Neurasthenia.
DR. WILLIAM L. ALLEN.
Office 201-2-3-4, McCarty Bldg.
Hours 6 n. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays. 10 to 12.
Special appointments can be made.
gineers said the dam could not stand
if built above a height of 40 feet?
" A touch of sorrow makes the
world kin.'"
vhole
Youth
and Age
The Sage advice of
age is ' save when you're
young." This is the
truth from Wisdom to
Youth. The persistent
call to all who, looking
ahead, feel no dread of
"moneyless days" when
old.
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Ten dollars deposited
in this Hank of Strength
and Service each month
will amount in
years at 4 per cent in
terest to $664.54. "Save"
—it the Sage advice of
five
age.
BOISE TITLE & TRUST
COMPANY
Idaho Building.
Capital $100,000.
McCRUM
DRUG CO.
912 MAIN ST.
Quality
Perfumes
High grade imported and
American made perfumeä.
The most excellent quality
in all the newest and best
odors. We would like to
have you try
FASCINATION
PERFUME
AT 50c THE OUNCE
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You Want a
Big Watch?
Very
ell please y
sclIin* you this 23 Jeweled Van
Guard—Oh! you'd almost forgot
ten about the Van Guard?
ell.
by
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the highest grade Walthai
road movement
rail
.$ 28.65
19 jewel Van Guard $ 24.85
$ 19.75
$ 21.90
$ 18.35
J. T. Laughiin
for
19 jewel ('rescent St.
for
21 jewel Crescent St.
fo
17 jewel B. W. Ray
mond. for.
802 MAIN ST.
QUALITY AND SERVICE
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Billiards and Pool.
J. WEIL & 00.
921 MAIN ST.
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We Have Moved
ED. F. FOWLER
828 MAIN ST.
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER
Daters, Stamps etc
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WE MAKE THEM TO ORDER
Boise Rubber Stamp Co.
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808 BANNOCK. PHONE 178
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EICHT. CYLINDER
S I 350
7 PASSEN CFR
SI I so
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NELSON AUTO SALE8 CO.
Distributors for Southern Idaho.
Corner Grove and Ninth.
Phone 35. or res.. 1671.
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SCHREIBER &
SIDENFADEN
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UNDERTAKERS AND
embalmers
Finest Undertaking Establish
ment and Funaral Chapel
la the State.
Private Ambulant—
<09-611 Bannock St. Phsna 13D
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! NOTICE!
THURSDAY. MARCH
10th, THE LAST DAY jjj
TO DISCOUNT GAS §§
oni BILLS. OFFICE!
p OPEN ON MARCH ij
Ü 10th UNTIL 9 P. M. BO
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Boise Gas Light & Coke Co. |
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j Our $188 new piano is bettet
j than the $300 pianos sold eise
! where. Why pay more?
mb
822-824 Idaho St.
Biggest, Busiest, Best.
Special Sale of Wall Paper
&
«•Che CHINA SHOP
COIL SPRINGS.
STEEL AND BRASS
600 assort
ents—all sizes.
Sweet-Teller Hardware.
Brighten U*.
Kein Kutter.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Piano, original cost $1250.00;
our price $250.00.
Pioneer Furniture Co.
909-911 IDAHO ST.
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Choice Meats,
•h Ham, Bacon, Lard. +
* BOISE BUTCHER CO. *
•h 811 Idaho. Phone 59 +
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The Idan-ha
LEADIN',. HOTEL OF BOISE
European Plan.
In th# center of everything.
Commercial and Stockman's
Headquarter*.
FIRST OLASS CAFE
Csfstsria and a la cart* servie*.
' Lunch, 12 to 2.
Dinner, 5 to 8 p. m.
Bates, without bath, fl.00 up. With
bath, $1.50 up.
V ROBERT AIKMAN, Manager.
THE BRISTOL.
BOISK'S POPULAR HOTEL.
European P:aa.
Complete in every detail.
Daily rate» 75c to $1.50,
Weekly Rates: 13.50 up,
Special rates tQ permanent guest*.
M. PARSONS. Manager.
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HOTEL GRAND
BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL
Commercial Mena Headquarter»—
Moat Attractive Lobby in tbs Staca
Strictly Modarry
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