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FOR GRAND ARMY Attention Is Called to En campments and Other Meetings This Year. Department Commander William H. Gable of the Grand Army of the Re public, department of Idaho and E. R. Durell, assistant adjutant general, have Issued general order No. 4, calling at tention of members of the Grand Army to the fact that the next annual en campment will be held at Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 29 to Sept. 1 inclusive. The Idaho department meeting, the order states, will be held at Pocatello, June 13, 14 and 15. The official program has not a* yet been issued, however, order continues: ''The department is pleased to an nounce, and to return thanks for, the receipt from all the posts of the semi annual returns, together with the per capita tax. In many instances this service has been taken up by comrades unacquainted -with the work, and this, in connection with the advanced age. is a most excellent showing. "Post commanders will at once ap point a suitable comrade as post pat riotic instructor, in all cases where that office haj not already been filled. Fol lowing their appointment and accept ance, they should report to department patriotic instructor, Comrade Silas Wilson, Nampa. "The large number of special days to ■which the Grand Army has given ob servance, seems, as the years go by, to overtax the physical endurance of many of the comrades, and while it is hoped that we may be able to honor all these anniversaries for many years to come, the department commander de sires to leave the matter to the var ious posts for their decision, except ing only such occasions ac are manda tory. "The Society of the Burnside Expe dition and of the Ninth Army Corps, Whose headquarters are at Washing ton, D. O., have issued a request to «very surviving member of either of •the above, to he present at their-annual meeting, which will be held at Burling ton. Vermont, July 13, 14, 1916. They •Iso ask that, if unable to come, to Join the organisation—without dues or as sessments. Officers of posts are re quested to circulate this invitation among their membership and eterans not affiliated. Names forwarded to the office of th« A. A. G. will be promptly transmitted. "What ic believed to be a matter of most vital importance will be Intro duced in the next national •convention. It Is proposed to invite from the con federate veterans, a committee to act jointly with Grand Army members. In considering school histories of all sec tions of the country, and the eradica tion of the very many errors and tin fair statements on both sides, and to evolve, if possible, a history acceptable to all localities, and unprejudiced. It Is an advanced step in the cultivation of a closer Union, and should have the hearty Indorsement of cv.ry veteran." The LOCAL MARKETS. Wholesale Markets. Local fruit—Apples. 75c to $1.25. Eggs, honey and ranch butter— ^Corrected cally by W. J. Campbell A Bon.)—French ranci, eggs, per case, $4.50; honey, per case $2; ranch butter, 22V4c to 25c per lb. Hay and grain—Alfalfa. $11.50®12.50 per ton haled; timothy, haled, $13®14; wheat, $ 1.261.40 per cwt.; oats, $1.20 per cwt.; barley, $1.25; seed potatoes, *2® $2.50. Dairy produce—(Corrected dally by the Mutual Creamery company)— Butter fat. 28c pound. Creamery but ter. cubes, 28c pound; prints, 30c. Livestock—(Corrected dally by the Boise Butcher company—Cows, $4® $4.50 per cwt.; steers, $5® 5.50; prime hogs, $7 per cwt.; medium, $6.90 per cwt.; heavy rough, $5.90; shearling wethers, $6(fi6.50 per cwL; ewes, $4.60 per cwt.; lambs, 6c per lb.; hens, 11® 12e per lb.; breakfact bacon, 17c per pound; ham, 16c per pound; lard, tierce base, 11 Uc per pound. Retail Mamets. (Corrected daily 1 y W J. Campbell & Son)—Potatoes, $2'52.25 ,)er ova,, 10 pounds for 25c; green peppers, 40c lb., parsley, 5c per bunch; hothouse radishes, 5 per bunch; cabbage, 3c per lb.; celery, 5c and 10c per bunch; neets, 3c per lb.; cucumbers, 20c eah: hot house lettue, 25c lb.; sweet potatoes, 3 lbs. 25c; Brussels sprouts,, 15c lb,; arti chokes, 2 for 26c; garlic, 25e lb.; Mexi can peppers. 35c lb.; cauliflower, 15c nor lb.; clery root, 6c each; new carrots, 10c bunch; new beets, 10c per bunch; new cabbage, 6c per lb.; new turnips, 10c per bunch; asparagus, 30c per lb.; rhubarb, 12He per lb. Local fruits—Apples, 7 lbs. 25c; per box, 65c to $1.50. Tropical fruits—Bananas. 3 pounds for $6e; cut off bananas, 15@20e dozen; pineapples, 12Hc lb,; oranges, 25 to 50c per dozen; lemons. $bc Florida grapefruit, 10 and 15c; dates. 16c package; tomatoes, 25c per lb.; Mishon figs, 15c; Turkish figs, 20c basket. Sugar and lard—Beet sugar, cwt., $7.65; cane sugar, per cwt., $7.90; lard, per 10-pound pall, $1.58; mapl* augar, 25c per pound. Eggs, butter and honey—Ranch eggs, 20c; creamery butter, 40c per pound; ranch butter. 25c an," 30c per pound; honey, l£c pound. Fouftry—Hens, 22c per pound; spring frys, 50c to 60c each; ducks, 22c; tur keys, 2Sc; geese, 18c lb.; capons, 25c lb. Flour—Straight grants, $email@example.com per 48-lb. sack; high patent, $1.80®2 per 4$-pound sack. Fish—Halibut, 20c per pound; sal mon, 20c per lb„ 3 pounds for 25c; perch, 17%c per lb; fresh herring. 15c per lb.; kippered salmon, 25c per lb.; Finnan haddie, 25c; Coeur d'Alene white fish, 30c pound; brook trout, 60c per pound; rock cod, ITtfec per pound; clams, 10c pound: crawfish, 76c dozen; crabs, 30®36e; catfish, 25c per pound: Shrimp, 30c pound; Columbia river ijnelts, 3 pounds (or 25c. per dozen; new per Sunday Capital Newt Published every afternoon and Bunosy mornini at Boise, ldabe, by THE CAPITAL NEWS PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily and Sunday by Mail. . $♦« ..|.M . 'SO One Year . Six Months .... Throe Monthe . One Month ... •I « Daily without £pnday by Mail. One Year . Six Months . Three Months ..... One Month .. . »5-00 .as® .l-as ■4® Sunday only by M*il. .$a.oo One year .. Six Months *• Weekly Capital Newa and Weatera Fawner»' Review, in advance •$i.j® One Year The Capital New» 1» kept on aale at the fol lowing places: Atlantic City, N. J.—Star Newa Co. Burley, Ida.—Sprague & Terhune. Butte, Mont.—P. O. Newa Stand; Keefe Mroa.. Proprietors. Birmingham, Ala.—Delaye'a Newa Agency. Boston, Maw.—-Eagle New« Co, Cincinnati, O.-—Louis Peterson, Fifth and Vine Street». Caldwell, ida. Keith Miller, Ave.; Saratoga New» Stand Cleveland, U,—The Lake Shore News Co., i8jj D uluth, Denver, Colo.-—-Dvicren * Bush. Detroit, Mich.—Metropolitan Newa Co., office J7 LaPayettc Ave. Dalla?, Tex.-— Impérial News Agency. El Paso, Tex.— C. \V. William». Emmett, Idaho-—S. J. Keca. Fort Worth, Tex.—Robert Bloomberg; Bros. N Gooding, Idaho— C. J. Shafer. Great Balls, Mont —World New» Co. Idaho—J. W. Puld, P. O. New» Sund, ilawaii—Home New» Agency. Idaho Balls, Idaho—Buffbam & Co., Central ■ 1 trug Store. Indianaprlig. Ind.— Y . nil. Newa Co., Cor. Illi ,i Miikct Sta., Inland New» Agency. King Hill, Idaho—Lewis J. Morrison, P. O. News Stand. Kansas City, Mo.—Yoma News Co., 8i8 Wall Sheet. _ Los Angeles, Cal.—Kemp Newa Agency; The News Shop, Fifth and Broadway, M. Marcus. Meridian, Idaho--J. C. McIntosh. Montpelier, Idaho—J. J. Myer. M.-Cafi, I-lain— H. E. Nutting, Minneapolis, Minn.—Kemp & Kohen News Co.; World News Co. Haven, Conn.—Eagle New» Co. Nampa, Idaho—Halley Wilson; 11. L. Nichols & Co. New York, N. Y.—Linkoff & Co., sso Broad ijoj Dearborn Prospect Ave. Minn.—World Newa Co. Utta Co. Halle y. u lulu. r Ne way. Ontario, Ore.— C. L. Fiser. On Trains in Idaho—Gray Newa Co. S'arma, Idaho -L. R. stockton. Philadelphia, Pa.—(Juaker Ne Sixth Street. Payette, Idaho—Postoffice New» Stand. Pocatello, Idaho.—Rork'a Book Store; Corner Drug Store; Gray New* Co. Stand. Rexhurg. Idaho—The Jewell. Rupert, Idaho—Rupert Pharmacy. Rigby, Idaho—Barrett Bros.; Gray New* Co. Star, Idaho— L. B. Wehr. St. Paul, Minn.—World Newa Co. Stockton, Cal.—A. G. Wilaon, Freeman Newa N. Co., 5»a Go Spokane, Wash.—Jameson Newa Co.; Stubeek News Co. Salt Lake, Utah—Blue Wagon Newa Co.; W agon; Mra. Emma Van Latten; Polansky Newa Co., ist bouth and Main. State SL N Falls, Idaho—K. Packard. Vale, Ore.—J. D. Roger», P. O. Newa Stand. \ ancouver, B. C.—Universal Newa Co.; Pan Pacific News Agency. Weiser News Co. l'w Weiser, Idah POSTAGE ON DROP LETTERS IS TWO CENTS—At all postofficea where there are city carriers two cents postage is required alt letters. All answers to ads., whether mailed in Boise or outside, going through the postoffice should have a two-ccnt ttamp at cent is not ,ufficient. taclied— ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES Franklyn P. Alcorn, jjW. 34th St. New York. Frank W. Henkel, Pfople'u Gas Building, Chic ago. WANTED. WANTED—To rent, 5-room furnished house. Phone 325. M I •• WANTED—Accounts ror collections; writ« Box 187. Boise. tf s # ! j I I LACE CURTAINS 'beautifully done up, 35c and 40c per pair. Phone 232-J. WE WILL find you money on your dead accounts, Box 1323 Capital News. Mil WANTED—Young man wants work on ranch, aged 19, experienced. Phone 1436-U. M19c WANTED—Spading, lawn work or tree cutting. Phone week days to Butcher 716. M19e WANTED—Widow to rent furnished lunch counter; cheap. Address 137', M19c Capital News. WANTED—Clean white rags ax Cap ital News office. Apply at press room in the basement. YOUR PLUMBING AND REPAIR lng, prices right; work right. Phone 811 -W. Will Konrad, 510 State St, tf SELL your fat liens before the price goes any lower. This week 11c, live weight. Boise Poultry Co. M 19 SITUATION WANTED as bookkeeper; have 10 years' experience in county offices; best of references. Phone 1576J. A15 WANTED—By reliable permanent renter, a 5 or 6 room modern house. Must be close In. No children. Ad dress 1371, Capital News. M19 PHOTOPLAYS, Plots, wanted. Sub mit in any school or commission agency. Well paid for when accepted. California Scenario Co., Los Angeles, Cal. M19 No instruction form. * POLITICAL CONVENTIONS # AND ELECTIONS IN 1916 a March 11—Ro ubllcan s'ate * * central committee meets at a * Boise to set time and place for a a holding state convention to elect a a delegates to the national con- * * vention. a April 22—Progressive state a a convention. a a May 18—Democratic state a * convention at Pocatello. a a June 7—Republican national a * copvention at Chicago. a * June 7—Progressive national a a convention at Chicago, a June 14—Democratic national * convention ut SL Louis, a Sept. 5—Statewide primary * election. * Nov. 7—Geneial election. ****************** a a a e e e e e tf SCRAP BOOKS. The U-File-M scrap books are far better than any other scrap book oc the market. Two sizes, $1 and $1.60. The Canital News Job Rooms. Prices right on 1HAWATHA COAL. phone 323. Lump 37.50. stove $7. wantad One Cent a Word Eaoh Inaortion. No Advortiaemont Laae Than 16 Cant*. WANTED. HORSES TO PASTURE!—Call Farm ers' Corral. A16 AN ATTRACTIVE proposition for ex perienced solicitors who can work In country. See Western Farmer's Re view at Capital News office. tf GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy to get. My free booklet B. Y. 776 tells how. Write today—now. Earl Hopkins, Washington, D. C. M19c CUT this out for Iuck. Send "birth date and 10c for wonderful horoscope of your entire life. Prof. Raphael, 499 Lexington avenue, New York. S. O. Apr 23c THOUSANDS government Jobs open to MEN-WOMEN. $75 to $150 month. Write immediately for list. Franklin Institute, Dep„. 60 N, Rochester, N. Y. 18i WANTED—Old bills, notes, no matter where debtors are our plan' gets the Write for booklet, refer No collection, no charge. Box M22 money, ence. 853, Boise. • •••••••••••••••a • WANTED • • Everybody to know that the • • new Excelsior Autocycle has • • arrived. Henry W. Baker, 113 • • S. 11th. M20 • WANTED. 500 AUTOMOBILE tops to recov er; seat covers; and every thing pertaining to automo bile and buggy tops; automo bile cushions, backs and automobile upholstery of ev ery kind. Pioneer Tent & Awning Co., Top Dept., 6th and Main Sts. Phone 986-W. A13 WANTED HELP—Female WANTED—Sales ladies for Barclay Corsets, 305 Empire. Phone 2629J. M19 WANTED—Five bright, capable ladiea to travel, demonstrate and sell deal ers' $26 to $50 per week. Railroad fare paid. Goodrich Drug Company, Dept. 221, Omaha, Neb. S. O. M26c WANTED—Ford car owners or dis tributors—each county, latest 1916 model Dandy Starter, price $10, ab solutely guaranteed. Write or wire quick for territory and terms. Un ion Supply Co., Detroit, Mich. M19c THE Youn^- Woman's Christian Asso ciation, with headquarters at 408-9 McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Idaho, will be glad to assistany young wo man In finding lodging or employ ment; secretary continually in at tendance. Phone 1546W. tf FOUND. FOUND—Stray colt In cast town; 1419 E. Jefferson. part of M19c. BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOMS—Case 1124 Bannock. Phone 823. House, I LEGAL NOTICE. Notice of Attachment. In the District Court of the Third Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, In and for the County of Ada. J. A. Reed, ) FlaintilT, •srsus E. F. Walton, Defendant. ) Notice 1; hereby given that a writ of attachment was issued out of the above entitled court on March 14. 1916, in an action wherein J. A. Reed is plaintiff and E. E\ Walton is defend ant, attaching the property of said de fendant. to secure the payment of $225, together with $60 attorney fees, inter est and costs of suit. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court thi„ 16th day of March, A. D„ 1916. (SEAL) ) ) STEPHEN UTTER, Clerk of District Court, Ada County, Idaho. By OTTO F. PETERSON. Deputy. Chas. E". Reddoch, E'loyd C. White, Attys. for Plff. M. I ADVERTISING ADVICE. If jOU have anthlr.g to sell, a mail order plan to develop, or 11 you want agents, sa.esmen, etc., send for our latest advertising directory of news paper and magazine combinations. The benefit of our 17 years' experience as Mall Order Specialists, free advice, ai d criticism of your copy, are at your disposal. RUDOLPH GUENTHER. INC., 25 Broad St.. New York. TNTERUKBAN LINES BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM PANY. Leave Boise for Eagle, Star, Middle ton and Caldwell: a. m. 7:00, 8:00, 9:30, 11:40; p. m. 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 6:30, 7:00,-3:00, 11:00. Leave Boise for Meridian, Nampa and Caldwell: a. m. 8:39, 7:30, 9:00, 10:20, 12:00 noon; p. m. 1:30, 9:30, 3:30, *4:30, 6:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00. *To Meridian and McDermott only. Boise to Duncan Station: Leave Boise, a. m. *6:20, *7:05; p. m. 12:05, 6:05, 6:05. Duncan Station to Boise; Leave Duncan, a. m. *6:46, *7.80; p. m. 12:30 5:30, 4:34. I »Dally except 8 UI. lay* _Jp wan tad On* Cant a Word Eaoh Insertion. No Advortiaemont Laae Than IS Oenta. I WANTED—HELP. WANTED—Man to crop my ten acre«. Call at 323 Ida. Bldg. 1 'i R. Davison. 1 Mi9c ; AB1.EBODIED MEN for firemen, brakemen, $120 monthly; experience unnecessary. Address Railway, care Capital News. SunMonTues-M29c WANTED—Man and wife without children, on ranch; man must be good irrigator and milker; wife must be good cook. Address Box 1005, Boise. Phone 70-J-l. M23c LARGE MANUFACTURER wants representatives to sell shirts, under wear, hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts, direct to homes. Write for free sam ples. Madison Mills, 090 Broadway, EOS- Api^3c New York City. WANTED HELP—MALE or FEMALE Canvassers and agents In every town In southern Idaho. Build business of satisfied customers in your locality. Should earn you at least $1000 a year. Write or call, 306 Sonna Bldg., Boise. M19 WANTED—Salesmen. SALESMAN—Vacancy April 1. perienced in any line to sell general trade in Idaho. Unexcelled specialty proposition. Commission contract; $35 week for expenses. Continental Jewelry Co., 210-12 Continental Bldg., Cleveland, O. Ex M19o FOR RENT—HOUSES HOUSES FOR RENT and sale. Boise Realty Co., 201 Sonna Blk. mi 4 ROOM modern cottage, $12.50; free rent, 8 room house. Phone 569-W. tf FOR RENT—Strictly modern 6-room bungalow for rent March 1. Phone 213-J. tf Bungalow—Four rooms, cellar, garage; $6 per month, Lucas, 216 Idaho Bldg. tf FOR RENT—Five-room modern bun galow. Hub City Realty Co., 524 Idaho Bldg. tf FOR RF.N T—Two 5-room brick cot tages; close in; modern and com plete. (18 Overland Bldg. M19 FOR RENT—Two 5-room houses and one 8-room house In gold condition. Close in. 618 Overland Pldg. M19 FOR RENT—Apartments FURNISHED apartments for house keeping; cheap; 628 Fort SL tf FOR RENT—6-room modern, brick apartment; hot water heat and gar age; cheap; 909 E. Bannock. U FOR RENT. FOR RENT—5 acres, close in. Phone 2233-W. H. C. Corey. M21 FOR RENT—Large front room with 1115 M22 sleeping porch; $3 per week. Jefferson. TO RENT—Good hay, grain and dairy ranch. Good house, barn. Plenty water. Cash. J. J. Jones, Meridian. i: FOR RENT—On shares, an unim proved 40-acre tract on car line. Phone 922J or write 1609 Lemp street, Boise. tf FOR RENT—A well Improved 6 acres between fair grounds and Franklin school, good 6 room house and other buildings, small orchard, alfalfa and pasture. Also for sale, horse, har ness and buggy for $60. El C. Laugh M19 lln & Co., 921 Bannock. FOR RENT — Housekeeping. Furnished for Housekeeping. Front housekeeping suites, clean, well furnished, steam heat, hot water, $10 Phone 2210—12 A14 up; no children, until 2. FOR RENT—Furnished. furnished E'OR RENT—Six-room house: modern; sleeping porch. Red Cross Pharmacy. M31 pa FOR SALE SHauto CARS 1000 LB. auto truck. $100 or trade for good cow. 1004, N, 15th. M20c FOR SALE—E'ord touring car in good condition; a bargain for cash. Idaho M20c Tire & Rubber Co. E'OR SALE—Some good electrically equipped, right. The home of the Oakland. Central Auto Co., 206-208 So. 10th St. used cars, Prices are 1 I f " TO TRADE. A 75 per cent equity in 4-room house for auto or extra good motorcycle. Address 1323, Capital News. tf TO TRADE—3-inch Studebaker wag on. Good as new, for 850 or 900 lb. team, broke to ride or drive. Phone Meh22 843-J. WE HAVE unincumbered vacant lots to exchange for equity in five or six H. G. room modern bungalow. Myers & Co., 42.1 Overland Bldg. M2Q LOST LOST—White and yellow Russian hound last December. Reward for Information of him. Park Gaylord. Star. _ M23c FOR HIRE GOOD Baddle horses. 16th and Main, tf SADDLE HORSES for hire—Farmers' Corral. A14 wantad One Cant a Word Eaoh Inaortion. No Advertieoment Lose Than IS Centa. FOR SALE CHOICE POTATOES, PHONE 1214J. M21c ADA County Abstract Co., Yates Bldg. C. B. Coxe, Mgr. mch31 FOR SALE—Pasture. 196, Boise, Idaho. Address Box M22c FOR SALE—Harness and light wag on, $20. Call 2206-J. M19 SHOE sewing machine for sale, change Store, 1009 Main. Ex M1S FOR SALE—Bicycle In first class con dition. 1315 N. 21st or phone 1895-J. M24 FOR SALE—Two cabins; chicken yard and garden spot for rent cheap. Call * 435W, Sunday. Ml 9c FOR SALEE— Bottles, pint and two quart sizes. Also some old hose, 2127 North 15th SL FOR SALE—New 28-foot launch com plete except engine. Inquire M. J. Rhodes, Parma. Idaho. M-22c LATE STYLE L. C. Smith typewriter in excellent shape, $47.50 cash, terms If desired. Room 307 Owyhee Hotel. M20c FOR SALE—Owner left his $50 gold watch with me to sell for $20. A very exceptional bargain. Underwood, Jeweler, So. Ninth SL u FOR SALE!—Second hand Irrigation pipe, all sizes, any quantity on hand; save you money. Idaho Junk House, 613 So. 8th SL Boise. Phone 640. M27 LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION. PATRONIZE the old reliable home in Supply unlimited. dustry. distributed by Idaho Hdw. & Plumb ing Co., Boise, Idaho; Charlt Sinsel, Boise, Idaho; McLain Hdw. Co., Nampa, Idaho; Meridian Spray Mfg. Co., Meridian, Idaho. Only J. A8 REMINGTONS AND OTHER8 Remington, Model 10 .... Remington, Model 11. _$45.00 . 45.00 Smith-Premier, Model 10. 40.00 Oliver, No. 3 . Oliver, No. 5 ... Underwoods, No, 5 . Smith-Premier, No. 2 . 12.50 Guaranteed repair work on all makes of typewriters. Ribbons, carbons, all Remington make goods, which means quality. We both lose money if you don't trade with us. REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.. 266-7 Sonna Blk. Phone 133. Boise M19 . 17.50 . 35.00 . 47.50 FOR SALE LIVESTOCK Horses, Cattle and Livaatock of «vary kind. HORSES harness and rigs for sale or hire, 16th and Main. Phone 635-W. Aprl2 FOR SALE—Span of gelding horses, 6 years old, weight about 3000. Phone 64J2. tf FOR SALE—2 draft stud colts; good C. Conroy, R. 4, Caldwell, M21c ones. Idaho. FOR SALE!—Team, harness and wagon for $275. Percy McFarland, Merid ian, Idaho. M20c FOR SALE—Young heavy boned Jack cheap If taken soon. P. L. Gaylord, Star, Idaho. M23e ONE E'orney stud colt, coming two; kind and gentle; halter broke. N. Oakes, R. E". D. No. 1, Meridian, SO M26e u . Ida. E'OR SALE—-100 head pure bred and grnde Oxford ewes, 2 to 5 years old. Mostly lambed out. Will sell in lots to suit. D. G. Strait, Nampa, Phone, 196-J-3. M20o CALL UP 1667-W for choice dairy cows. Holstein, Durhams and Jerseys. Some Just fresh, Others will freshen soon. Also choice 2-year-old heif ers. Holsteins and Durhams. tf E'OR SALE—6 pigs, farrowed Jan. 6: 1 open sow, 18 mos.; 1 bred sow. a Boise Beauty's 1st. Choice stock, all registered or eligible. Pierce Park. Valley road, I. N. Kessinger, Boise, Rt. 1. M22c AVENIR DE B. C. Imported Belgian stallion; first premium In aged class and grand champion Belgian stal lion at the Gem State fair 1915, may be seen at bam of owner, one-half mile north of new county hospital. See large bill* for terms, season 1916. Phone 70-R-4. J. H. Met ienahan. tf MISCELLANEOUS. i LAWN WORK, spading, raking and caretaking. Phone 22-J. tf LARGE Russian stud hound; fees $5 Park Gaylord, Star. M23c and pup. WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING; prices right; all work guaranteed. Dwight Perkins, 1607, Idaho SL tf VETERINARY HOSPITAL BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND 8TAL Uon stable, 1312 Grova. Dr. Noble tf STOVE REPAIRS. We are atlll headquarters for all kinds of stove repairs; if we haven't what you want we can get 1L The Com pany Store. 908-8 Idaho 8L tf A FEW YEARS AGO I started a small mall order business at home in spare time with a few dollars capital. I wanted to make $30 or $40 a month. The net profits the first averaged $200 a week. Five 1 will evenings. year years' work netted me $60,000. show you how to start a small mail order business. Send today for my proposition. It's Interesting. No can vassing. Heacock, Box 800, Lockport, S. O. tf N. Y. wantad One Cant a Word Eaoh Inaortion. No Advortiaemont Lose Than IS Centa. FOR SALE—Real Estate. 11 INCH engine lathe, chucks etc., 375. M20c 1004 N. irth. Early variety, 9th and Grove, old Cole Grocery stand. Ml 9c ADA County Abstract Co., Yates Bldg. C. B. Coxe, Mgr. FOR SADE —First class income prop erty or will trade for land, 409 Jef ferson St. M19c mehr, l B'OR SALE, rent trade—House fur niture, tools, lawn mower, hose, stove, bicycle, etc. P. O. Box 863. M19c HIGHLY improved 40 acres, clear, for sale, trade or rent. F. M. Eby Land M20e Co., Room 333 Yates Bldg. HOMESTEADS—Can locate you en good dry land homestead In south ern Idaho. See Johnson, 114 S. 16th St. tf FOR SALE—Cheap, improved 5-acre tract on Hill Crest loop; get off at Garden St., go mile south. Sam McConnell. M24c FOR SALE OR TRADE. ADA County Abstract Co., Yates Bldg. C. B. Coxe, Mgr. mch31 FOR SALE or trade, four room house, 50 foot lot, for auto. Call 1613 N. M20c FOR SALE OR TRADE. • Good rooming house propos!- • • tions—One 18-room hotel; one • • 40-room hotel; choice loca- • • tions; cheap rent, ALLEN- • • WRIGHT FURNITURE CO. • • ••••••*••••••••• FOR SALE OR TRADE—85 acres 4 Vi miles south of Homedale, In Gem irrigation district; 16 acres alfalfa, 14 acres leveled ready for crop; 60 acres fenced, 10 acres pasture; run ning water. Trade for smaller place, stock ranch or good town property. Address Box 567, Ontario, Ore. M19 FOR SALE—Real Estate FOR SALE POULTRY. Blooded breeding stock. Eggs for Hatching, In cubators. Brooders, Foods, General Supplies of all klnda FOR SALE—Baby chicks, 10c each. C. E. Sharp, RL 2. Phone 20-R-l. A9 FOR SALE—X-Ray incubator; 120 to 140 eggs; $10. Petrie, R. D. 2, Boise. M19c THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red eggs for hatching, $.1 for 15. Phone 2461-W. Ml 9c THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs Phone 2310-J. P. O. for setting. Box 416. tf BUFF ORPINGTON and White Rook eggs for hatching. Mrs. Walter Lar kin. Emmett, Ida. M21o FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Buff Or pington eggs for hatching; $1.00 for 15. Phone 2566-W. Vi I WHITE WYANDOTTE eggs (or hatch ing from first prize pen at 1916 poul try show. Phone 2481-J. tf FOR SALE—White Plymouth Rock eggs for settings, $1 per 15. Hugo Westphal, Box 213, Boise, Ida. M19 E'OR SALE OR TRADE—Standard in cubator and brooder. Hugo West phal, Box 213 Boise, or Duncan sta M19 tlon. ALLEN'S MODEL BARRED ROCKS. Eggs, cockerels and breeding stock for sale. Prices right. T. A. Allen, Meridian, Idaho. Mch20o SHERMAN'S White Wyandottes. Re cognized Blue Ribbon Winners. Scotch Collies. Address Chas. J'. Sherman. Boise. \ • EGGS from fine' laying strain Buff Orpingtons, $1.50 per 15; 3 settings $3. B. E. Rayburn, Boise, Rt. 2; one M21Ö mile west of Ustick. PARTRIDGE WYANDOTTES of Roy al blood. Eggs in season and baby chicks after April 1. White EJ. T. Smith, Route 5, Boise. Aprl SHERMAN'S WHITE WY ANDOTTES —Recognized winners; breeders and eggs. Scotch collies. Charles C. Sherman, Boise, Idaho. A1 FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Barred Rock eggs for hatching from prize winning stock. $1.50 for 15. Address J. H. Hopffgurten, 1007 Idaho St., or phone 2166-J. FOR SALE—Ancona eggs and baby chicks, from prime-winning stock, at 1916 show. Sheppard's stock direct. Prices reasonable. Write John De mond, Boise, Rt. 1, M22 BUE'F ORPINGTON eggs for setting; price 15 eggs $1.75; two settings, $3. These birds took first premium at Interstate fair, also first and second premium at BoUe Poultry show. Phone 20-R-S. W. M. Briggs. R. D. No. 2. M21 FOR SALE!— S. C. White Leghorn; year's average 176.95 eggs per hen; 1st. 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd. 4th pullets, Boise Show, 1916. Eggs, $1.50 per setting; $8.00 per hun dred. Chicks, $15 per hundred. Archie M. Larson, >RL 3. YVeiser, A19c i ; Idaho. SEEDS AND GRAINS. i FUR SALE—Good seed oats. 28-R-l. Phone. A9 FOR SALE—Bluestem wheat and re cleaned rye for seed. Rosa & Co., 1324 Main. tf wantad One Cant a Word Eaoh Inaortion. No Advartieamant Laea Than 16 Canto. FOR SALE—Real E«tate. HAVE buyers for modern 5 to 7 room bungalows. All 2 to 5-acre tracts. What have you? We can handle It. H. Q. Myers Co., 423 Overland. M21 FOR BADE OR TRADE—Five acres near Collister, not Incumbered; 4 acres in one-year-old prune trees; will trade for house in Boise. Phone 32. In evening, 1009W. M20< FOR SALE—40 acre* of unimproved" land, with People'« canal water right, about 4t4 miles northwest of Black foot. Price, $2400; terms to suit buyer. Lloyd Everett, 642 N. Main, Pocatello, Idaho. M23c FOR SALE. TWO ACRES RIGHT ON CAR LINE; Vt, acres berries, 2 acres alfalfa, bal Four-room house, Pries H. G. M21 garden. ance small barn, chicken house. $1000—$200 cash handles It. Myers Co., 423 Overland. 6-ROOM bungalow, 9th street, lawn, shade trees, double floors, cement basement, laundry tubs, screen porches, beautiful lights, shades hung, linoleum in bath room and kitchen, built-in features; a clean, tasty home, $2150; terms. H. G. Myers Co., 423 Overland Bldg. M25 FOR SALE—S-ROOM BUNGALOW— 2 screen porches, hardwood floors J natural hot water heat; fine lawn;] good garage; In good location; prie* is right; will make terms. FOR TRADE—$20,000 stock hardware for good land; stock is clear. What have you? GEO. H. WETTER, Empire Bldg. M19 TRADES— Improved 160-acre ranch in Wash, to trade for Boise property. 40 acres to rent cheap for cash. 320 acres on Camas Prairie to trade for Colorado land. 80 acres near Weiser to trade. We have the bargains. GEM STATE REALTY, Phone 707-M 339 Sonna tf Ses Wilson-Smlth. 6-acre tract near Franklin school; low price, will consider stock for psjf paymenL Good garage, established business; other interests compel owner to sacrifice. Well located 80 1023 Main *t. acres, 40 acres In prunes; will make special price for quick turn. We have several good properties for exchange both In farm and city prop erty. Fire Insurance. Best Companies. George W. Smith, Manager. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS FOR SALE—Ranch of ?00 acres, 500 acres can be cultivated; 200 acres now under cultivation; 40 acres good alfalfa: 300 acres fenced hog tight: 8-room modern house; water piped into house from spring: ham for 20 head; other good buildings. Pries $15 an acre; $2600 will handle it. Small dairy ranch, close in, small house, barn for 6 head; a fine little place for $2650; good terms. Sale, 2H acres close in; nice 5-roem cottage: good bam, chicken hous'd etc., about acre of prunes In full bearing; close to car line and school.' Price $3000; good terms. A fine lit tle home for anybody. E. C. LAUGHLIN & CO., 921 Bannock. M20 $125 PER ACRE; 40 acres 1 mile west of Meridian; all in cultivation: 6 ronm new house, cost $1000; other cheap buildings; 19 acres alfalfa: in acres wheat; 9 acres pasture; family orchard, etc,, 2 acres; Rldenbaugh water: land lays well; Is right in every way; carries $1250, 6 per cent state loan; terms. 6-ROOM modern house, newly repaired, In fine condition; bath, closets, etc.; good cement laundry tubs In; $1775; $275 handles this, balance like rent, $25 per month. Here is a snap for any home seeker. J STOCK ranches with tools, team« stock, etc,, at prices to suit any one; ■ and see us. j , 5-ACRE tract at a bargain; improved. Price wtll surprise you. $7500 buys $16.000 property on Warm Springs ave.; one of Boise's best homes; 9 rooms, baths on two floors; fine shade, good lawn; natural hot water heat; 75-ft. front corner lot; nothing better; easy terms. THE EDWARD STEIN CO., 109 North Tenth. Phone 98 M25 E'ARM LANDS—20 YEARS TO PAY, fertile farms In Western Canada of fered by Canadian Pacific Railway company. Productive soil; good ell-, mate; ready markets; fine churches and schools: unexcelled transports-1 tion: all conveniences and opportun ities of best farming districts any where. Prices $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land from $35. Loan of $2000 to assist practical farmers in Irrigated districts. Twenty years to pay—or sooner at your option. Lon gt before your final payment is due youtj farm will have paid ror itself. Also! some Improved farms with houses] barns, wells, fencing and crops no\F, growing on them on the same fa vorable terms. Interest in all cases 1 only 6 per cenL This offer Is based on good land; we offer these terms because we know a farmer on our lands can "be successful" ; ha can j live well and save enough to pay for! his farm. Western Canada lands are naturally suited to growing grain*, fodders, vegetables, dairying sad raising horses cattle, sheep, awln* poultry. Cash In on the high grain prices. Don't delay; the best land* will be taken first. Write today fon free handbook and full informa lion to J. S. Dennis, Assistant to thd President, Department of Natural Resources, CANADIAN PAtiFTlJ RAILWAY, Calgary, Alberts, Can| ad a. S.O.