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NniNG W BOISE BASIN COUNTRY Frank E. Johnesse Tells of Development Work Un der Way on Number of Mining Properties. Frank E. Johnesse, the well known mining engineer and expert, manager of the Lucky Boy mine near Idaho City, on which he has been pushing de velopment work this winter, was the city over Sunday visiting his fnm- 1 tiy, but left today for the mine, where j he is working quite a force of men. | Mr. Johnesse states there is more ' mining activity in the basm country at present than at any time since the days of its rich placer operations. While j quarts mining is the chief attraction ' now, lie states, several of the old prop- \ ertics which were 'good producers in the early day, when only high grade j ores tyere worked have been taken over and arc being developed with the view I of equipping them with modern ma- ' ehinerv 1 ' ' The Lucky Boy Cold .Mining com pany is installing a lOO-horsepower, crude oil engine, stated Mr. Johnesse, which fs connected directly with a >»>»-, 1 kilowatt D. C. electric generator which Will generate electric power for run ning the mill and hoisting pumps and other machinery. Large Tonnage Developed. Since last June Mr. Johnesse has been pushing work on the mine, open ing up the < Id working and uncovering new ore bodies and lie now reports that the company lias a large tonnage of j pay ore developed and ready for the A noth* r improvement made j at the mine is the. doubling of tlie ru- j pacity of their stalling ;\ 10-foot Lane mill to do the fine grinding below the stamps. A fine new boarding house has been built, the office building and cabins for em ployes und their families overhauled and a in ; ! new ijIhiii. nill hy in - lO-stainy installed and Mr. Joh ne see predicts that the new plant at the mine will be ready for operation on a large .seal" about June 1. Asked concerning the us»' of the oil engine. Mr. Johnesse slated that while the engine is new in that locality, i will reduce the cost of power ncarl; 50 per cent as compared with steam even though the. oil will have to be hauled IS miles by wagon and will cost about $4 5u per barrel at the mine. sawmill Eureka Group Is Sold. Mr. Johnesse reports that the final payment has been made on the Eu reka group, a quartz «daim which joins the Lucky Roy on the east. The final payment, hc states, was made through the Boise Basin hank at Idaho City on March 1 .and in the basin it is re started at the mine This property ported work will 1 about the first «)f May. is owned by Henry Hnlsmoier of Idaho Its purchase was practically a having been caty. ensh deni, the sale pri paid in three installments of 3n days Therc is ureat activity in mining nil each. Q-jiirtv.burg to Ban Johucsse, and he dr ill be more doing in placer mining in and around Idaho City this year than for many years in ill be plenty of along the line fr ner, says Mr. dares there the past. There water for such operations, he states, as the excessive snowfall of the past few ill furnish the needed water Mr. Johnesse savs that from the number of inquiries being made about months power for hydraulic work. 11 scc ntry f.'ii the Boise basin c tions of the country and the remark-I able showing which has been made by the properties operating there, that there is every reason to believe that mining w ill have a decided influence on the prosperity of southern Idaho for the next few years at least. sen: HIAWATHA COAL, phone 323. Western S. & G. Co. Once tried always tf FUNERAL OF VICTIM OF TRAGEDY IS HELD The funeral of Sam Richardson, who was killed last Thursday at his home near Caldwell by waa held at the Presbyterian church at Kampa yesterday and was larjelv attended. dleton, preached the funeral sermon. The cleter of Mrs. Richardson lias im proved sufficiently to be ; de to go (o the home of her mothe at Middleton. Hardenburg, Sam 'rist, of Mid Rev. W. W. Experienced piano movers. Comp ton Transfer Co. Phone 48.—Adv. tf Calarrh Be steaKk 4Mlgf—)u»t brMtht the plc.uid. UTAiai, emus. cans, criup. tfllf THUfllT, HBNCHim , ETC. . nitkff Mater, it toM uMrr t pMlitvr |uu»t««f KMte*'Dm**kt> rv cry-tart. MvluJte* Joy Dru; Stores. n A CMLD DOESITT IAU6H ANO PIAV IF CONSTIPATED If Peevish, Feverish and Sick, Give "California Syrup of Figs. > > Mother! Tour child isn't naturally cross and peevish. See if tongue is coated: this is a sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels need a cleansing at once. . When listless, pale, feverish, full of void, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't och-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a gen tie liver and bowel cleansing should always be the first treatment Riven. „ ., No , th '"« T a 1 , ! 1 ,ornl * S >' ru P of , f ? r ' hildren s ills; give a tea " po 1 " ntul ', und few ,m ' r9 . hc t . ou \ "'! 9tc ' 9üur b,le nnd tcrmentl "S food " 1 . 19 ,, h as,es out of tl,e . AH , ; dldrP ',' lo 'f th , 19 harmless, dellc V u " '«xattve. and never fails " ''"f a *°" d ,. ins,de ,, clettn * in *; érections for babies, children of all ages and Srown-ups are plainly on the hottle. Keep it handy in your home. A lit lle piven today gavea a slck chll(1 to . morrow, but get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a 50-eeni bottle of "Call act naturally, has stom eat, sleep clogged in the bowels system, and you ell and playful child agajn. fornia Syrup of Figs," then look sec that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company.'*—AdV. ind DEMOCRATS SEND PRESIDENT WORD OF INDORSEMENT Woodrow Wilson Club of Idaho Falls Has Banquet and Hears Address by the Governor. (Capital News Special Service.) Idaho Falls, March 6.—The Wood row Wilson club of Bonneville county gave a banquet at the Odd Fellow hall Saturday night which drew a large at tendance from Bonneville and neigh boring counties. Covers were laid for 150 and a number were compelled to wait for the second table. Governor Alexander, who is a member of the club, was the main drawing card and the loyal supporters of the governor of this section turned out to give him a rousing welcome and to hear him speak. The subject of the governor as print ed on th'' program was "Democracy as personified by Woodrow Wilson." Gov j error Alexander use d about «n minutes and covered the subject in a most sat | isfactory manner to hi* hearers. Those have heard the governor before 'h say that he was never in better trim in his life and the applause at times was almost deafening. The meeting closed with Mr. Alexander's speech and congratulations were showered upon him from rll sides. Through invitation of Dr. Sutcliffe j j of th? Presbyterian church of this city, Governor Alexander spoke Sunday night under the auspices of the Pres j byterian church in the American I healer as the church was too small to contain the audience. This morning | the governor addressed th i students of j the high school at their opening oxer i cises. j Interesting Program Given. At the banquet Saturday night Theo B. Shank, superintendent of the city schools, acted as toastmaster and the numbers preceeding Gove;nor Alexand er were the vocation hy Rev. Mr. Titus of tile i'hriBtian church, address of welcome by President YV. P. Hansen of the club, "The Democratic Party and io. and 1" by Mrs. C. M. Grissom, "America and the Great "'nr," by At torney Ed M. Holden and "Apprecia tion of President Wilson, Dr. Ro iert Sutcliffe. Music was furnished by the Idaho Falls high school orchestra and the high school octette. Mrs. B. M. Brookfield. Mrs. Roy Losch, Miss Aga tha ("oilman and Miss Margaret Coll n rendered vocal selections. Message to the President. The foil« ing telegram wrs sent to President \. ilson; The Woodrow Wil »« a club of Idaho Falls sends greetings and indorsement of your administra tion, especially to your position on for eign relations, commending your stand upon this most important question. You are the constitutional authorlt I treat with foreign gove rnments arm congress. not I you." The ounfry is with j The i. essugc was signed by \v. P. I Hansen, president of the club, and M. ; Alexander, governor of Idaho. The j following resolution was read and In dorsed by »be meet'ng: lie Demoeratic central com mittee of Bonneville county, Idaho, at a meeting dnl> called, hereby heartily indorse the administration of President Woodrow Wilson, botli domestic and foreign and hereby pledge qualified support for his renom! nation and re-election and we hereby indir.se the administration of Governor M. 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The par ents of both of them reside In that state. their) club will meet with Mr. Brown has been hauling huilding material the past week and will'erect a home on his five-acre trait near Gary. Mr. anti Mrs. Brown have been residing for some time with daughter, Mrs Fred Anderson. Pierce P*rk Ladles' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Paul Clark Wednes day afternoon. There was a pleasant get-together social at the home of Kev. È N. Mur phy Wednesday evening. Though the evening waa stormy there was a large attendance. lister W. C. T. L. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Rose of Boise was a guest and Mrs. M. T. Bish entertained the Col led the meeting, Coliister Ladies' Aid society met at the Methodist church Friday afternoon.! Ttie Apoll Marjorie Anderson this evening. Presbyterian Girls' club met with Mrs. E. N. Murphy Friday noon. Walter Neal, school, received the delivery of a declamation entitled, "The Flag." Floyd White will leave soon for Camas prairie, where he will arrange for pasturing stock owned by Ur. Col lister and himself. after r ho is in Boise high n prize recently for Gus Johnson, who for many years was the manager of the Coliister ranch, has just moved his family into their home Ht Coliister. He has had charge of the Gus Carlson ranch near Kagie during tile past two years. Dave lop Up has taken his place. Mrs. Caruthers. who has been llv 'olllster home for some time, has moved to Boise and is living at the Sherman house. Mr. Crstg. manager of Coliister store, has sold his stock of goods and Is at last week. place. By an righted attend to lits du though quite lame from the et ing in Hie present in Boise. Mr. and Mrs. Craig will soon move to DeLamur, where he will engage in milling. Professor Cook, principal of Pierce Park school, while engaged in a game on the achooi grounds threw his knee out of manipulation the Injury He has continued t fects of the dislocation. business Pierce Park church will he held Thurs The meeting of ! ! mal (day evening at a o'clock at the home of Charted J. Kromrei Reports from the different urgunizations of the* church will be read and other busi ness transacted. Friday evening progra m was given by the primary and .Interme diate grades of the Coliister school, under the direction of Miss Olive Campbell and Miss Clara Queer?', teachers. The program consisted of folk dances und a colonial minuet bv the primary children. The little folks | performed en costurrte and j ial pupils gave two fair? operettas, "Bine heard" and "Cinderella." core colon igs for the minuet neir l ,rr " formu necs were very dainty and well received. The fourth and fifth grade , ,, _ Th * " ,a *® settings and lighting were carefully and artistically worked out. The, tnakeup and costumes of the little folks Türsrsfss tstssi, -Blue»h,„,,„ m . the closet door und discovers the throe beds Of Blue Beard's slain wives cry ing. "Oh. horror now. What Is this I j see, three head* all In a row." u clever irrangement of curtains was. worked lout wherob.v the heads of three little [girls, made to look moat gluistly, hungj through holes in a curtain. "Cinde-! ! relia" was made most realistic by the ! • ntrance of the beautiful fairy god mother all in white and gold with fairy wings, cupwn and wand, who gracefully and skillfully transformed Cinderella from a ragged and forlorn maiden to a most beautiful and be witching princess, who most coquet tislity won the heart of the hand some and talented prince, as well as thr hearts of the audience. The proud slsters made n decided "hit" with their saucy and haughty manner and ex I dient makeup The success of the children in this program showed most ,. ar cf„i training and decided dramatic i nhliltv on the part of their teachers, It vag pronoun recl by the audience as far 1he m0Bt , UCCMeful entertain-! i ment ever given at Coliister. There vvns a large and appreciative audience I)t a b 0 ut 250 people. - i C*rd of Thank*. *• » «r-,r "»«• » ? i j s M s, ," neral ut ° U1 ^ , s> y J. l ™^ " "' J'' ' ' n | 1 '\ ml 1 or " compan. , wno wert pull ■ 9 MRS. ELLA RICHARDSON, MRS. MtNNIBi MUELLER. B G CROWD ENJOYS AQUATIC PROGRAM AT BOISE NATATORIUM Boise's Natatorium last night hous the largest crowd which ever gath ®r®<l a-t the famous swimming spa to witness an aquatic performance. "Buster" Grimm was featured again as the leading stgr in the water sports and the six-year-oid boy was given round attor round of applause as he perfonn ed < llvlr ,g and swimming feat* which were remarkable. James Thomas, one of the heavy. w ®tehts of the Natatorium w*t*r dogs,! won llrst In th* 100-y*rd swim, with Giaude Newton second. In th* Ju venlie race Thomas Page won first :.r ■— w, ». structrr gave an exhibitirn of finev - dKing ^ th^n furnUh >d a .cal thriller by diving from the rsft ,. r(1 6() frr |,| s clothing on lire, < above the water with The lights wer* turned out when he made th* Mn*«« ttonul dive.