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WHEAT EASES Off;
CLOSE UNSETTLED
Heavy Rains in Southwest
and Weakness at Liver
pool Cause Downturn.
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Chicago, March 25.—Heavy rains In
the southwest caused the price of
wheat to ease off today, as a dearth of
moisture recently in that direction has
tended to stop growth. Beside there
were predictions of large receipts. The
fact that Liverpool quotations were
unchanged, notwithstanding the ad
vance here yesterday, counted also
against the bulls. Opening prices,
which ranged from * to % lower with
May 1.0814 to 1.08* and July 1.06*0
* to >4, were followed by a slight rally
and then a new downturn.
The close was unsettled, *0* to *
net lower.
Wheat—May, close 1.08* ; July, close
1.06*.
Corn—May, close 72*; July, close 74.
Oats—Mu\. alose 42*; Ji
uly, close
.41%.
Pork—May, close 22.90; July, close
£2.77.
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago.
(Capital News Special Service.)
Chicago, March 25.—Hogs, closing
weak and ahnte lower than early.
Light, 9.38®9.56; mixed, 9.5509.90;
heavy, 9.45(09.90; rough, 9.4509.60.
Cattle steady.
Sheep steady.
South Omaha.
(Capital News Special Service.)
South Omaha, March 25.—Hogs—
Receipts 6700. Market uneven, 5 high
er. Most advance on butchers' and
heavies. Bulk, 9.2009.55; top, 9.65;
range, 9® 9.65; mixed and butchers',
9.2509.50; good to choice, heavy, 9.50®
9.65; rough, heavy, 9.8509.50; light, 9®
9.40; pigs, 708.75.
* Cattle—Receipts 100; market nom
inal.
Sheep—Receipts, none.
North Portland.
(Capital News Special Service.)
North Portland, March 25.—All mar
kets steady with previous quotations.
Choice grain and pulp fed. 8.6508.75;
choice hay fed, 8.35; good, 808.25; or
dinary and medium. 7®8; choice cows,
7.6007.75; ordinary to good, 6.250
7.25; choice bulls, 5.5006.25; common
to good, 3.50 0 5.
Hogs—Receipts. 610. Market slow 6
to 10 lower. Prime light hogs. 9.10.
Sheep—Receipts 685. Market strong.
Choice light lambs, 10;
9.50;
choice ewes, 7.2307.50.
common,
yearlings, choice, 8.5008.75;
LOCAL MARKETS.
Wholesale Marxeta
Local fruit—Apples. 75c to 31.25.
Eggs, honey and ranch butter—
(Corrected daily by W. J. Campbell &
Son.)—French ranci, eggs, per case,
34.60; honey, per case 32; ranch
butter, 22*c to 25c per lb.
Hay and grain—Alfalfa, 311.50012.50
per ton baled; timothy, baled, 513014;
wheat. 31.2501.40 per cwt.; oats, 31-20
per cwt.; barley, 31.25; seed potatoes,
32 0 32.50.
Dairy produce—(Corrected dally by
the Mutual Creamery company)—
Butter fat, 28c pound. Creamery but
ler. cubes, 28c pound; prints, 30c.
Livestock—(Corrected daily by the
Boise Butcher company—Cows, 34.500
34.75 per cwt.; steers, 5606.25; prime
hogs, $8 per cwt.; medium, 37.50 per
cwt.; hoavy rough, 37.00; shearling
wethers, 5606.50 per cwt.; ewes, 34.50
per cwt.; lambs, 6c per lb.; hens, 11®
12c per U>.; breakfact bacon, 17c per
pound; hayn, 16c per pound; lard, tierce
base, ll*c per pound.
Retail Marxets.
(Corrected daily ' y W J. Campbell
& Sou)—Potatoes, 5202.25 ,)er cwa..
10 pounds for 25c; green peppers, 40c
lb., parsley, 6c per bunch; hothouse
radishes, 5 per bun^h; cabbage, 3c per
lb.; celery. 5c and 10c per hunch; beets,
Sc per lb.; cucumbers, 20c eah: hot
house lettuce, 20c lb.; sweet potatoes, 3
lbs. 26c; Brussels sprouts, 15c lb.; arti
chokes, 2 for 25c; garlic, 25c lb.; Mexi
can peppers, 35c lb.; cauliflower, 15c Der
lb.; elery root, 5c each; new carrots,
10c bunch; new beets, 10c per bunch;
new cabbage. 5c per ib.; new turnips,
10c per bunch; asparagus. 25c, per lb.,
rhubarb, 12*c per lb.; cabbage greens,
loc per lb.
Local fruits—Apples, 7 tbs. 25c; per
box, C5c to 31.50.
Tropical fruits—Bananas, 3 pounds
for 25c; cut off bananas. 15020c dozen;
pineapples, 12*c lb.; oranges. 25 to 50c
per dozen; lemons, 30c per dozen:
Florida grapefruit, 10 and 16c; new
dates, 15c package; tomatoes, 26c per
A Little Blossom Ü
To Delight the Home
When It is known that la the near
future the home is to be blessed with a
new arrival the flret
thought shoo Id be
"Mother's Friend."
This is an exttrnal
remedy gently applied
over the stomach mus
cles. It makes them
firm and pliant, they
expand naturally with
out undue strain,
removes from the
"*3P
m
it
Influ
_ „ Which are re
sponsiHb for much of
- —IkmnJ the pain Incident to the
■ of expectancy. It is for this reason
tout much of the distress such as morning
tiskness is avoided. All prospective fathers
should see to It that the expectant mother
ts provided with a bottle of "Mother's
Friend." ,
The directions are simple. Get It at any
Hrur store. It is applied by the expectant
• mother herself, it penetrates deeply and af
fords quick and splendid relief in e
paUfying manner and reflects a physical
betterment to the nervous disposition
baby. Don't fail to get a bottle of "1
î'ricna'' today and then write Bradfield Reg
ulator Co., 419 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.,
for a pretty little book brimful of informa
tion for expectant mothers. It Is a delight
cn
perl
of the
Mother's
lb.; Mlshon figs. 15c; Turkish figs,
20c basket.
Sugar and lard—Beet sugar, per
cwt., 17.65; cane sugar, per cwt., 37.90;
lard, per 10-pound palL 51.5«; maple
sugar. 25c per pound.
Eggs, butter and honey—Ranch eggs,
20c; creamery butter. 40c per pound;
ranch butter, 25c an.' SOc per pound;
boney, 16c pound.
Poultry—Hens, 20c per lb.; spring
frys, 60c to 60fc each; ducks, 22c; tur
keys, 2Sc; geese, Ito lb.; capons,
25c lb.
Flour—Straight grades, 51.6501.75
per 48-lb. sack; high patent, 51.8005
per 48-pound sack.
Fish—Halibut, 26e per pound; sal
mon, 80c per pound; peroh, X7*c
per pound; freah herring, 16e per
pound; kippered salmon, 26e per lb.;
Finnan haddie, 26c; Coeur d'Alene
white fish, 20c pound; brook trout, 60c
per pound; rock cod, 17 *c per pound;
clajns, 10% pound; crawfish, 75c dozen;
crabs, 30®36c; catfish, 25c per pound;
Bhrlmp, SOc pound; Columbia river
smelts, 3 pounds for 25c.
HIAWATHA lump, 17.50; stove, 57;
nut, 86.50. Western S. G. C*. 8 £ Grove.
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* Bowling Results *
4 , 4 , *F*I*4**I , *F4**F*I*4**F
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4*
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The Selz Royal Blue champions are
still at the top of the pennant staff fly
ing the flag which gives them title to
the best bowling team In Boise, for
they trimmed the All-Stars, the pick of
the defeated teams of the season. In a
match played off last night at the Re
creation alleys by bowling a total of
2977 pins to 2962 for their opponents,
making a team average of 991 on that
showing. Asbury of the Royal Blues
took the high Individual score of 264.
This match was decided on the total
number of pins bowled, not the number
of games won. While the All-Stars
took two out of the three games, the
Royal Blue ran up the highest total
number of pins for the three games.
The scores:
Selz Royal Blue*.
1 1 3
...... 179 181 163
Players—
Paulson . .
Freer . . .
. 181 177 214
. 199 227 208
. 181 264 243
. 183 188 203
Jansen . .
Asbury . .
AUsop . ,
923 1085 1016
Totals . .
Team average, 991.
All-Stars.
12 3
. 176 147 224
. 212 176 200
. 216 208 197
. 189 161 178
. 213 224 241
Players—
Miles.
Booth.
Robertson . .
Whyman . .
Scott.
.1006 916 1040
Totals . .
Team average, 987.
Indigestion and Constipation.
Indigestion and Constipation are
among the most common causes of ill
health. A man never feels so com
pletely used up as when his stomach
goes back on him. Fortunately quick
relief may be had by taking Chamber
lain's Tablets, and In most cases this
relief becomes permanent. Do not give
up but take Chamberlain's Tablets, get
well and stay well as many others
have done. Obtainable everywhere.
Adv-T-Trf-S
Comp
Experienced piano movers,
ton Transfer Co. Phone 48.—Adv.
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*
* AMUSEMENTS *
+
The Pinnoy.
The Theodore Lorch company scored
another success at the Pinney last
night In the presentation of "So Much
for So Much." This play, while dif
ferent in many ways from other produc
tions put on by this company during
its engagement here, was thoroughly
enjoyed by last night's audience. Mr.
Lorch had a less prominent part than
usual, but Miss Fay appeared in a
delightful role. The same play will be
given at. the Pinney tonight
The Majestic.
Alice Brady, who was seen at the
Majestic some time ago in "The Ballet
Girl." plays the title role in "The Wo
man in 47," the feature now shown at
the same theater.. Miss Brady is one
of the younger stars appearing before
the camera who ha* made a name for
herself in the past year. She has an
appropriate role In her present ve
hicle and a capable assisting cast.
Two good vaudeville acts are also on
the program. A dog act put on is one
of the best ever seen In Boise. It will
especially please the kiddles but Is
also interesting to the grown-ups.
Crane, Mason and Scholl do some
whirlwind roller skating which dretv
loud applause. v
Why (Solde art to be Dreaded.
* It Is not the cold Itself but the ser
ious diseases It so often leads to that
makes a common cold by far the most
j dangerous of any of the minor ail
ments. The cold prepares your system
for the reception and development of
the germs of pneumonia, consumption,
diphtheria and other germ diseases.
The quicker you cure the cold the less
the danger. To accomplish this you
will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
most effectuaL Obtainable everywhere.
Adv-T-TH-S
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INTERURBAN LINES
BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM
PANY,
Leave Boise for Eagle, Star, Middle
ton and CaldweÙ: a. m. 7:00, 3:00,
9:30, 11:00; p. m. 1:00, 2:00, 3:00,
4:00. C:30, 7:00, 0:00, 11:00.
Leave Boise for Meridian, Nampa
and Caldwell: A m. 6:30, 7:30, 9:00,
10:30, 1£:00 noon; p. m. 1:S0. 2:30,
8:30, *4:20, 5:00, 4:20, 9:00, 0:80, 11:00.
•To Meridian and McDermott only.
Leave
Boise to Duncan Station:
Boise, a. m. »7:05; p. m. 12:06,
6:05, 6:05.
Duncan Station to Boise: ^eava
Duncan, c o. *3:45, *7.20; p. m. 12:20
S:20, 8:30.
•Daily except Sunday a
Easy Rules For
Punctuation
-
New Universities Dictionary Presents
Subject Instructively.
One of the first things that must be
learned by the young man or womtui
who sets out to becothe a thoroughly
competent stenographer Is the proper
uee of punctuation. Morris W. Croll,
Ph. D., of the Department of English,
Princeton University, has contributed
an Interesting and highly instructive
chapter on this subject In The JN
Universities Dictionary being offered
to the readers of this paper.
Professor Croll explains how the
number of punctuation marks In com
mon use has gradually Increased with
the development of the art of printing.
Through the use of these signs the
meaning of printed or written dis
course Is rendered clearer to the eye
of the reader. How and when to use
each of the twelve marks now employed.
Is fully explained by Professor Croll,
and the rules he lays down can be
easily learned.
The remarkable success which has
attended this dictionary offer shows
that the people of this city appreciate
the opportunity given them to secure
at a nominal cost such a valuable edu
cational work.
W. El Daggett of Lewiston Is In the
city on business.
George Slater Is up from Welser on
a short business trip.
Mrs. E. D. JewelF of Portland Is reg
istered at the Bristol.
D. J. Austin has gone to Big Bend
on a short business trip.
Leonard Coleman left last night for
Butte on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thebaud are
Boise visitors from Bliss.
C. N. 'Wallace of Richland, Ore., is
In the city for a day or two.
AI Ostner and B. O. Smith have gone
to Centerville on mining business.
Mrs. S. B. Ross and Wesley Robs of
Brunzell are guests at the Idanha.
A. S. King of Parma Is looking after
business matters In the city todajp.
L. E. Robinson of Pocatello Is look
ing after business matters In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. (Joffln arrived
home this morning from a visit at
Honolulu.
Lee Zimmerman came down last
evening from Banks and Is a guest at
the Pacific.
Edgar Benton. Joe McClelland and
B. C. McClelland were In Boise today
from Kuna.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Shellworth and
children of Pocatello are visiting rela
tives In the city.
William B. Goodheart of Welser,
grand lecturer for the Masonic order of
Idaho, is a Boise visitor.
E. O. Atwood left yesterday after
noon for Pocatello on business for the
Western Promoting & Manufacturing
company.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mueller left last
night on their" return trip to Quincy,
111. They have been visiting their
daughter, Mrs. George Doerr.
She Likes Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy.
"1 like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
better than any other for children be
cause it gives the quickest relief, and
is about the only one they will take
willingly," writes Mrs. James Kern,
Manchester, N. Y. ' "It Is equally good
for colds and croup and Is deserving
of ail the good I can say for it. I am
never without It In the house for It is
invaluable when needed.'' Obtainable
everywhere.
Adv-T-TH-S
YANKEE CONSUL IN
VILLA STRONGHOLD
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Marion Letcher.
Marion Letcher, U. S. consol, has
been on the job in Chihuahua city,
the center of Villista activity, ever
eince President Wilson gave the
order to "take Villa, dead or alive.''
He ia in the interior at a point from
which egress would be difficult in
ease of actual danger. Mr. Letcher
has been in Mexico as U. S. consul
live years. Although he is only 34
years old he was a company com
mander in Cuba during the Spanish
American war.

They Let Him Sleep.
H. T. Straynge. Gainesville, Ga., R.
R. No. 3, was unable to sleep all night
wthout getting up. "Sometimes only a
few minutes after going to bed, I would
have to get up, and I tried everything
I heard of for the trouble. Finally I
tried Foley Kidney Pill* and after tak
ing one bottle I believe I am entirely
cured, and I sleep soundly all night."
Foléy Kidney Pills tone up weak, slug
gish kidneys, rid the body of poisons,
give appetite, energy and refreshing
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sleep.
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low in« »laces :
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Proprietor».
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Detroit, Mich.—Metropolitan Newt Co., office
»7 LaFayette Ave.
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LI Paso, Tex.— C. Vf. William».
Emmett. Idaho—S. J- Rees.
Fort Worth, Tex.—Robert Bloomberg; Utta
Bros. News Co.
Gooding, Idaho— C. I. Shafer.
Great Falls, Mont.—World New» Co.
Hailev, Idaho— J. W. Fuld, P. O. New» Stand.
Honolulu, Hawaii—Home News Agency.
Idaho Falls, Idaho—Buffham & Co., Central
Drug Stpre.
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nois and Market St»., Inland News Agency.
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Los Angele», Cal.—Kemp News Agency;
News Shop, Fifth and Broadway, M. Mi
Meridian, Idah >- J. C. McIntosh.
Montpelier, Idaho—J. J. Myer.
M>'CaU, 1'iaht— H. E. Nutting,
Minneapolis, Minn.—Kemp At Koben News Co.;
World News Co.
New Haven, Conn.—Eagle News Co.
Nampa, Idaho—Halley Wilson; H. L. Nichols
& Co.
New York, N. Y.—Linkoff A Co., aao Broad
way.
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On Trains in Idaho—Gray News Co.
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POSTAGE ON DROP LETTERS IS TWO
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city carrier* two cent* poitage i* required on
ail letters Ail answers to ad*., whether
nulled in Boise or outside, going through the
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WANTED,
HORSES TO PASTURE—Call Farm
ers' Corral.
A16
WANTED-—Accounts ror collections;
write Box 187, Boise.
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LAWN WORK, spading, raking and
lawn mowing. Phone 22-J.
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WANTED—A good solicitor for signs.
M27
Address 1373, Capital Newa
WANTED—3 foot show case refriger
ator; must be in first class condition.
Phone 723.
M2 6
WANTED—Clean white rags at 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, 610 State SL tf
SITUATION WANTED as bookkeeper;
have 10 years' experience In county
offices; best of references. Phone
1675J. A15
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perienced solicitors who can work In
country. See Western Farmer's Re
view at Capital News office.
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WANTED—To rent to responsible
party, 80 acres on Snake river. Will
give you good proposition. Call at
11Ö1 No, 14th after 4 o'clock.
M25
THOUSANDS government JoBs open to
MEN-WOMEN. 375 to 3150 month.
Write Immediately for list. Franklin
Institute, Dept 60 N, Rochester,
N. Y. A8c
WANTED—To rent, 4 or 6-room cot
tage or bungalow, April 1. Give de
scription and location. Rept must
be reasonable. Address 1377, Capi
tal Newa
M26o
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• WANTED— The public to see •
the new Excelsior Autocycle. •
Henry W. Baker, 113 So. 11th. •
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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 9S4-W.
A13
FURNISHED HOUSES
BEAUTIFULLY
furnished
house; desirable location; rent rea
sonable; 1374 care Capital News.
8-room
M25c
I FOR SALE
[AUTO CARS
1 < l{
FORD earn for sale. Boise Overland
Co- phone 324.
M37
FOR SALE:—Some good used
electrically equipped,
right. The home of the Oakland.
Central Auto Co- 206-248 So. 10th St.
care,
Prices are
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One Cent a Word Each tnsartion.
Ne Advartissment Less Than 15 Cent*.
WANTED HELP—Female
WANTED—Woman for general house
work. Phone 116JÎ-J.
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WANTED—Woman oook for home
restaurant, at once; good wages to
right party. Address Mrs. A. C.
Kershner, Dietrich, Idaho.
M25c
THE Youn„- Woman's Christian Asso
ciation, with headquarters at 408-9
McCarty Bldg, corner 9th and Idaho,
will be, glad to asslstkny young
man In finding lodging or employ
ment; secretary continually In at
tendance. Phone 1546W.
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WANTED—HELP—Male
WANTED—A man to shear 200 rams.
Sam Ballantyne, Boise.
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FOR RENT—HOUSES
EIGHT-ROOM house, free rent. Phone
669-W.
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Bungalow—Four rooms, cellar, garage;
86 per month. Lucas, 215 Idaho
Bldg.
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4-ROOM house 85 per month; nothing
modern; lawn, large fruit, water
paid. For particulars call mornings,
M2 5c
1716 N. 10th.
FOR RENT—Good 4-room house on
State street, five blocks beyond
Lowell school house; price. 54 per
' month. Phone 1626-M.
M25
FOR RENT.
TO RENT—Good hay, grain and dairy
ranch. Good house, barn. Plenty
water. Cash. J. J. Jones. Meridian.
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FOR RENT—Furnished.
FOR RENT—Furnished 5-room bung
alow. Carter, McCarty Bldg. M25
FURNISHED 6-room house, 1401 N.
7th street; modern; also 2-room
apartment. Call Room 11, Pa r k
Bldg. M25
FOR RENT—Apartments
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FURNISHED apartments for house
keeping; cheap; 628 Fort SL
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THREE and four-room apartment fur
nished or unfurnished. 923 Fort.
Phone 661-W. M29
FOR RENT—6-room modern, brick
apartment; hot water heat and gar
age; cheap; 909 E. Bannock.
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Furnished for Housekeeping,
Front housekeeping suites, clean, well
furnished, steam heat, hot water, 110
Phone
up; no children,
until 2.
2210—12
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FOR RENT — Housekeeping.
FOR RENT—Two small housekeeping
rooms; gas, light; 37. Call 608 So.
16th.
M25
FOR SALE
ADA County Abstract Co., Yates Bldç.
mch3t
C. B. Coxe, Mgr.
A DROP head sewing machine, a
dandy, 510. Lovely's, 14th and Main.
M25
8EED POTATOES.
Early variety, 9th and Grove, old Cole
Grocery stand.
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FOR SALE—Bottles, pint and two
quart sizes. Also some old hose, 2127
North 15th St,
FOR SALE—Twin Thor motorcycle,
first-class condition; fully equipped.
Phone
M25
Bargain if taken at once.
1656-M.
POTATOES—SEED POTATOES—The
best of quality and varieties. Corner
Tenth and Front streets. C. F. Max
M27c
welL
FDR SALE—Owner left his 350 gold
watch with me to sell for 320. A
very exceptional bargain. Underwood.
Jeweler, So. Ninth St
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FOR SALE—Simplex cream separator,
nearly new, a bargain as owner has
no use for It. Inquire at 1304 .V.
11th St., or 347 Sonna Blk.
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FOR SALE—Second hand irrigation
pipe, all sizes, any quantity on hand;
save you money. Idaho Junk House,
513 So, 8th St Boise. Phone 640.
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FOR SALE—A nice paying preesary,
cheap; plenty of work for one man;
cheap rent.
Price 3160. Address 1375 Capital
M29
Owner called east.
News.
FOR SALE— »26 Axmlnster rug, 9x12,
for 316. Purchased new this year.
Also two children's beds with mat
tresses, cheap. Gas range. 54.50.
Parties moving, 2127 North Fifteenth
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USE our commercial fertilizer on your
lawn before spring rains are over.
32.50 for 100 pounds; 31.40 for 60
pounds; delivered anywhere In town.
Phone 31. Idaho Coal & Seed Co..
Eighth and Grove streets.
M27
LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION.
PATRONIZE the old reliable home ln
Supply unlimited.
Only
dustry.
distributed by Idaho Hdw. & Plumb
ing Co., Boise, Idaho; Charit
Slnsel, P.olse, Idaho; McLain Hdw.
Co., Nampa, Idaho; Meridian Spray
Mfg. Co., Meridian, Idaho.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE.
ADA County Abstract Co., Yates Bldg.
mch31
FOR SALE or trade for city property",
10 acres, good four-room house, some
fruit; near Pierce Park. Phone 84J1.
M26
C. B. Coxe, Mgr.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Separator,
"De laval" No 12. almost new. WtH
sell cheap or trade for stock. Phone
M30
84-R-3.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE. W
Good rooming house proposi- •
tlons—One 18-room hotel; one •
9' 40-room hotel; choice lota- •
tlons; cheap rent. ALLEN- •
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On* Cent a Word Eaoh Insertion.
No Advertisement Lee# Than 15 Cents
FOR SALE
POULTRY.
Blooded breeding stock.
Eggs for Hatching, In
cubators, Brooders,
Foods. General Supplies
of all klnda
FOR SALE— Babÿ chlckB, 10c each. C.
E. Sharp, Rt. 2. Phone 20-R-l. A»
THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock egge
for setting. Pbone 2810-J. P. O.
Box 416.
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FOR 3 A L E—Thoroughbred - White
Leghorn eggs for setting, 54 a hun
dred. Phone 46J8.
WHITE WYANDOTTE eggs for hatch
ing from first prize pen at 1916 poul
try show. Phope 2481-J.
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SHERMAN'S White V/yandottes. Re
cognized Blue Ribbon Winners.
Scotch Collies. Address Chas. C.
Sherman, Boise.
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PARTRIDGE WYANDOTTE& of Roy
al blood. Eggs In season and baby
chicks after April 1. White E. T.
Smith, Route 5, Boise. Aprl
SHERMAN'S WHITE WYANDOTTES
—Recognized winners; breeders and
eggs. Scotch collies. Charles C.
Sherman, Boise, Idaho.
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FOR SALE:—Day-old chicks and eggs
for hatching from thoroughbred
White Leghorns. W. R. McFall.
Boise R. D. No. 4, or Farmers' Mar
M29
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FpR SALE:—Thoroughbred Barred
Rock eggs for hatching from prize
winning stock, |M0 for 18. Address
J. H. Hopffgarten, 1007 Idaho St., or
phone 2166-J.
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FAMOUS La Vista strain of Bronze
Turkeys, 54 per 11. White Leghorns:
Chicks, 812. Eggs, 87 per 100. Safe
delivery guaranteed. La Vista Farm,
Ap23c
Baker, Oregon.
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,
11.50 per setting; 88.00 per hun
dred. Chicks, 515 per hundred.
Archie M. Larson, Rt, 3, Weiser,
Idaho. A19e
FOR SALE
LIVESTOCK
Horses, Cattle and
Livestock of every
kind.
FOR SALK—Good young Jack; address
M30c
P. L. Gaylord, Star, Idaho.
HORSES harness and rigs for sale or
hire, 16th and Main. Phone 635-W.
Aprl 2
FOR SALE—Span of gelding horses, 6
years old, weight about 3000. Phone
64J2.
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FOR SALE—Incubators and repairs,
new and second hand, at Loveley's,
14th'and Main. A19
AVENIR DE B. C. Imported Belgian
stallion; first premium in aged class
and grand champion Belgian stal
lion at the Gem Stàte fair 1915, may
be seen at barn ~of owner, one-half
mile north of new county hospital.
See large bills for terms, season 1916.
Phono 70-R-4 J. H. McClenahan. tt
STRAYED
STRAYED—From, Rose station, sorrel
gelding; bald face, white feet;
branded W. T. Call 882-W. M25c
FOR HIRE
GOOD saddle horses. 16th :.nd Main, tf
SADDLE HORSES for hire—Farmers'
Corral.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING;
prices right; all work guaranteed
~ Dwight Perkins. 1607, Idaho St
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL
BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL
ilon stable, 1312 Grove. Dr. Noble tf
STOVE, REPAIRS.
We are still headquarters for all kinds
o* stove repairs; if we haven't what
you want we can get it. Th* Com
pany Store. 906-8 Idaho St
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STOVE REPAIRING.
For stoves and ranges, stove repair
ing, * range connections, chimney
sweep, call 2393-J. A23
VACUUM cleaning at homes or pow
erful stationary "INVINCIBLE" vac
uum cleaners sold, rented. Do more,
cost less. Demonstrated. Kingsley.
Phone 1961.
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BOARD AND ROOM
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BOARD AND ROOMS—Case
1124 Bannock. Phone 923.
House,
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SEEDS AND GRAINS.
FOR SALE—Good seed oats.
28-R-l.
Phone.
FOR SALE—Bluestem wheat and re
cleaned rye for seed. Ross & Co..
1324 Main.
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TO TRADE.
WILL TRADE Boise residence for dry
land farm; 1376, Capital News.
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A 75 per cent equity In 4-room house
for auto or extra good motorcycle.
Address 1323, Capital News.
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TO TRADE—160- aero relinquishment,
four miles from R. R., for small
auto. Address Box 562, Nampa, Ida.
K20
TO TRADE—3650 new player piano
for 1914 Ford touring oar in first
class condition. Phone 1174-W.
M2 6c
TO TRADE—120 acres under Gem Ir
rigation district,' 3 miles from
line; 63 acres in cultivation; good
water right. Will trade for city
property or small acreage. Deal with
owner. P. u. "Box 625,. or phone
1667 W
car
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One Cent a Word Eaoh Insertion,
No Advertisement Less Than 15 Conta
FOR SALE—Real Estate.
ADA County Abstract Co., Yates Bldg.
moh31
C. B. Coze, Mgr.
FOR SALE!—Lota on North 16th St,
near car; will sacrifice. John Alli
son, Hughson, Cal.
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HOMESTEADS—Can locate you
good dry land homestead In south
ern Idaho. See Johnson. 114 S. 16th
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FOR SALE OR RENT—40 acres, 4
miles west of Emmett, on bench;
cash or crop rent; all Improved; good
bouse, well and free water. See. W.
W. Wilton, Emmett.
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F'OR SALE—Fine 8^4 a-cres, good 2
story house, northwest
grounds, 5c car fare, 45 minutes wal#
from town. For particulars address
P. O. Box 126, Boise.
of fair
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FOR SALE:—Easy terms, good house
and lot, also good corner lot Must
sell »at once. Bargain prices. Deal
with owner and save commission.
Inquire 847 Sonne block.
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FOR SALE—Two 7-room brick houses
strictly modern In every way; one
for a home, other brings good rental.
Worth 57600. Sell the two for 84500.
Part cash. Carter, McCarty Bldg.
M3 5
FOR SALE—Good bakery doing fine
business; might consider some trade.
Forty acres at Jerome, clear, to trade
for house and about one
ground on beach, Schooler-Starling
Agcy.
acre of
M29c
FOR SALE:—5-ac.re tract, * mile from
Hillcrest car line, and near Franklin
school; all In blue grass;
house and barn;
Good terms. Deal with owner. P. O.
Box 625, or phone 1667W.
4-room
6 head of cows.
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FOR SALE—109 acres, 78 under water,
government project, near Homedale,
10 acres clover and alfalfa, quarter
acre berries, small apricot orchard,
house and barn. Price 12400. Wal
ter E. Langston, Nampa, Idaho.
M25c
FOR SALE—No. 1716 W. Franklin
street; 6 rooms, bath and pantry;
modern except furnace; good shade;
walks and sewer paid for.
tell this property for 32000
easy terms. McReynolds & Whitson,
529 Idaho Bldg. M25o
We will
on very
ARE YOU going to build? Call us up
about a good lot which we have at
the right price.
WOULD you like to trade hay, grain
or cattle as first payment on an all
falfa ranch?
Hub City Realty Company, 319 Idaho
Mch25
Bldg.
FOR SALE—Only hotel In good live
town In central Idaho; 15 rooms, 4
lots, barn and outbuildings; equipped
complete and doing good business,
but selling on account of poor health.
Price 34000, part cash and bal. terms
to suit purchaser. E. C. Laughlin &
Co., 921 Bannock St.
BOD M25
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 tend.
80 acres near Weiser to trade.
We have the bargains.
GEM STATE REALTY,
Phone 707-M
239 Sonna
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See Wilson-Smith.
1023 Main St.
6-acre tract near Franklin school; low
price, will consider stock for par,
payment
Good gnrage, established
other interests compel
sacrifice.
Well located 80 acres, 40 acres in
prunes; will make special pries for
quick turn.
We have several good properties for
exchange both In farm and city prop,
erty.
Fire Insurance.
business;
owner to
Best Companies,
George W. Smith, Manager,
FOR SALE—Complete outfit of a fruit
Consisting
canning establishment,
principally of steam cooker, retorts,
hoists, soldering tools and all other
necessary appliances used in a can
ning business, including 618 two
dozen can shipping boxes and 15,000
standard 3>pound tin cans, 31000
takes everything. The greatest op
portunity ever offered to engage in
the canning business. 1
FOR TRADE—80 acres of the finest
land in Ada county, adjoining rail
way station, 10 acres bearing apple
trees, 6 years old; 10 acres of mixed
prune and apple trees, 8 years old.
Windmill, house and barn, abundant
free water. Will trade for Boise City
property,
28 ACRES on Eagle Island, lot« of free
water, in good condition, will sell
cheap.
THE EDWARD STEIN CO.
109 N. 10th St.
Boise, Idaho.
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^Î5^pE^!^CR^^^acres?^nnê ,,- wcst
of Meridian; all In cultivation; 6
room new house, cost 31000; other
cheaR buildings; 19 acres alfalfa; 10
I ««"res wheat; 9 après pasture; family
orchard, etc., 2 acres; Ridenbaugh
water; land lays well; is right in
every way; carries 31250. 6 per cent
state loan; terms.
6-ROOM modern house, newly repaired,
in fine condition; bath, closets, etc.;
good cement laundry tubs in; 31775;
3275 handles this, balance like rent,
325 per month. Here is a snap for
any home seeker.
STOCK ranches with
tools,
teams,
stock, etc., at prices to suit any one;
come and see us.
5-ACRE tract at a bargain; Improved.
Price will surprise you.
37100 huys »15,000 property on Warm
Springs ave.; one of Boise's best
homes; 0 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
Phone 98
109 North Tenth.
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It Is estimated that 310,000,000 worth
of gold Is destroyed annually by a
a Chinese custom of burning small
pieces of gold leaf on certain anni
versaries.

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