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Evening capital news. (Boise, Idaho) 1901-1927, April 02, 1916, Image 2

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SPECIAL DISPLAYS OF HOME
PRODUCTS TO BE MADE IN
BOISE THIS WEEK
week.
Producers'
which is to be observed'throughout the
Northwestern
northwest states this week, is to be
made a gala event in Boise through
the efforts of the women of the Co
lumbian club. Good Citizenship club,
and Golden Rod club, who have com
bined their efforts to make a, special
week of displays of home manufac
ith a view of bring
tured products
ing the producer and consumer closer
together and getting home people to
patronize home industries to the ex
clusion of the oueside world and to
buy western manufactured produce os
far as possible.
The display of products
shown in the big store room at 917
Main street, recently vacated by the
Woolworth company. The room is
being especially decorated for the oc
casion and a magnificent display of
home products will be shown. •
A number df prizes are to be given
by some of the producers and business
The Idaho-l'tah Beet Sugar
will be
men.
company is giving 310 cash in prizes,
For the best display of canned fruit
and jelly put up with beet sugar, a
,prize of 13. and for the best display 32.1
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The Roosevelt-Root Lunch
onn Wok +Via WissB finpa i
eon xias me wise uneB
Guessing, While the Gos
oir»c Avo 'Rliair
oipo Aie x>UB i y.
NOTHING TO SAY
New York, April 1.—It has beeh R
long time since the various political
leaders and near leaders in New York
had as little to say as they did today.
Their offering to the output of talk
and discussion following thfc Roose
velt-Root-Bacon "preparedness" lun
cheon yesterday was nothing.
There was much whispering behind
closed doors, hut not knowing Just
what "preparedness" was discussed by
the colonel and the chairman of the
Inst Republican convention which so
Our
New
Home
906
Main
St.
Wa are again at your
service, with a new, bright
•tors, better faoiiitiea for
Filling your prescriptions,
the ever courteous treat
ment and thoroughly com
plete stock of drugs, ato.
With more service tables
it our large eoda fountain
you will find plenty of
room. Your favorite drink,
prepared as you want it,
at any time. Come in and
■es ua at
McCRUM
DRUG
CO
906 MAIN ST.
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For the best home made candy a first
prize of »3 and a second prl*e of 32.
The Sweet-Teller company Is giving a
prize of an Angel food cake pan for the
best Angel food cake and the Caldwell
Milling A Elevator company.! one-half
burrel of Wigwam flour fori the best
layer cake from Wigwam flour.
Davidson Grocery company Is offering
a liberal prize for the best cake made
of Snowdrift flour.
Practically all the local manufactur
ers of southern Idaho and a number
from out of the state, will have ex
hibits there which will be explained
and the value and saving of patroniz
ing home industries will be pointed out
in forcible manner.
The exhibit will last the entire week.
The women behind the movement
hope to show the consumera that It
will be to their advantage to patronize
local industries and will do every
ihlng In their power to keep alive
The
throughout the year the spirit of such
patronizing which they are so forsibly
bringing before the public by the ex
hibit.
be auctioned off to defray the expen
sea entailed by ihe exhibit_
On the closing night the cakes will
riled Roosevelt, it vfas evident that the
general disposition was to wait and see
just what was to happen next.
Barnes Has "No Comment."
William Barnes, Jr., said he had "no
comment to make." But knowing She
feeling between Barnes and Roosevelt
and coupling this with the fact that
Barnes showed signs of pinning his
presidential hopes to Root early this
winter, political wiseacres are strong
ly of the opinion that Barnes is prob
ably anxious to know just where he is
"going to stand."
Governor Whitman is also believed
to be considerably interested. Whit
"' an h« 8 s^ked everything on the pos
lglwmy ot 8upreme court justice
(Hughes being the Republican enndl
He ha ® announced himself
squarely for Hughes. The justice,
however, has so far refused to bo con
sidered a candidate. Neither has he
announced his position on any of the
issues which the campaign will prob
ably be waged on.
Colohel Holds th; Cards.
If Colonel Roosevelt joins whole
whole heartedly with fhe Republicans,
it is accepted the man must be of the
stripe he demands.
The colonel will demand a firm for
eign policy and a strong preparedness
program. If a movemelnt is on foot to
finally dispose of the Hughes boom and
get behind a man who will live up to
the colonel' i specification j to fear God
.and take, hts own pa/t," Governor
I Whitman' will have to find some way
! of "getting from under."
Chairman Hilies of the Republican
national committee was too busy today
to discuss the Roosevelt-Root lunch
eon. George B. Cortelyou had nothing
to say. Root and Bacon wer- very
'scarce around places where they us
ually might be found.
TALKS PLAINLY TO
WOMEN ON SUFFRAGE
Berkeley, Cal. April 1.—President
Benjamin Ide Wheeler la dead set
against women suffrage and he doesn't
vho knows it. Six hundred
I care
j alumnae of Smith college gathered at
a banquet in New York today and car
ried on a series of conversations by
j telephone with St. Paul, Chicago, St.
1 I-ouia, Salt Ijike, and here. "Dr.
j Wheeler." said thg chairman from New
' York, "there are 600 women here 11st
j entng to what you say and they wish
! to know what you think about woman
suffrage."
Promptly and emphatically came
back the answer; 'T am opposed to it.
I think the women bf California are
too yood to be thrown into the turmoil
■ßoiitics."
Thé transcontinental conversation
suddenly terminated.
of
AMERICAN AVIATOR
IN VERDUN BATTLE
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m
A, .
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Sergeant Elliot C. Cowdin.
Sergeant Elliot €. Co wain, Ameri
hirdman, has bean one of Ute
most daring aviators in tha French
ranks during the battle of Verdun,
i Ht it > graduate of Harvard, has
I distinguished himself, as a polo play
1 ar and all ground sportsman, and is
well known in New York society.
Cl •
BREAKS TWO WORLD
RECORDS AT CHESS
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HPgiUVS-i s
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Frank J. Marshall.
Frank J. Marshall, of New York,
chess champion of the United States,
recently broke two world records in
competing with 105 of Washington's
best players. He passed rapidly
from table to table, keeping track of
the 105
He won
games.
games with apparent ease.
82, lost 6 and drew 15 of the
VILLA STANDS NO
CHANCE TO ESCAPE
i
(Continued from First Page)
The losses to the defacto government's
troops were said to have been a
colonel, two officers and several men
killed. Dispatches from Torreon which
carried news of the battle reported the
arrival there of General Jacinto Tre
vino, who will undertake to extermi
nate the Reylstas.
KILLED IN BATTLE
(Continued from First Page.) '
ily expected of further fighting in the
chase. Basing their forecasts on the
outcome of the San Geronimo fight,
when nearly a fifth of the Villistas en- -
gaged were cut down, officers at head
quarters declared the Pershing orders
would be carried out if the Villistas
could be overtaken.
With the 60 known killed, the usual
ratio of wounded and captured would
make the Villista losses at least 100.
The Good Citizenship club will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the
Carnegie library.
BRIBERY AND GRAFT
CHARGES IN CANADA
Regina, Sask., April 1.—More bribery
charges will be heard Wednesday by
the royal commission. The stench of
political graft which lias been un
earthed in Saskatchewan grows great
er each day and the end is not yet.
Preliminary trial will be held In the
case of R. H. Devline, brought back
from Seattle to answer charges and it
iff apparent that the opposition will
have some time in fastening the
charges which has resulted in the
mulcting of the treasury of monies,
running Into the half million, on ac
count of being unable to get hold of
certain documents strangely missing.
The lengthy confession known to have
been prepared the morning Jack
Lindsay* dropped dead le being sought
for by opposition detectives. The dis
appearance of this confession promises
to be one of the sensational features
of the investigation before it is con
cluded whether the document is dis
covered or not.
Olive Vera Kaull has filed suit inj
district court against Clarence Roy
Kaull. The papers were withdrawn.
SOCIALIST TO LECTURE* AT
MAJESTIC THEATER TODAY
George R. Kirkpatrick, the noted
Socialist speaker, who is carrying his
fight against "Preparedness" before
the people of this country in a series
of lectures under the head, "Think or
Surrender," arrived here this morning
and will speak this afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Majestic theater. Mr.
Kirkpatrick is author of the book,
"War, What For?" which has had a big
sale in this county, Undoubtedly he
will be greeted by a large audience
here.
SLANDERER OF FATHER
OF THE COUNTRY TO
BE HELD FOR TRIAL
a
Tacoma, Wash., April <1.—-One may
the conduct of
speak disparagingly of
very ancient personages such, for in
stance, aa Adam during his late resi
dence in the garden of Eden, and es
cape without serious con sequencer.
but the same cannot be said with refer
enee to criticism direct«! at George
Washington. This in effect was the
devision of Judge Card In the super-,
ior court here today when he overruled
Home" Industry Begins at "HOME
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OF ALL HOME INDUSTRIES, COOKING TAKES THE MOST TIME. THE
CLOSEST ATTENTION AND AFFECTS TO THE GREATEST EXTENT. THE
COMFORT. PLEASURE AND LONG LIFE OF EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR
FAMILY. 1
THE ELECTRIC WAY OF COOKING, RAISING NEW STANDARDS OF CON
VENIENCE. CLEANLINESS AND ECONOMY, IS RAPIDLY REPLACING ALL
OTHER METHODS OF PREPARING FOOD.
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Daily Demonstrations
Home Industry Building
915 Main Street
THROUGHOUT
WESTERN
CONSUMERS'
WEEK
APRIL 3 to 9, 1916
You Will Eventually ~ Do It Electrically
Electric Investment Co.
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a motion for dismissal by defense at
torneys and held Paul Haffer, a So
cialist, for trial on the charge of crim
inally libeling the first president of the
United States. April 28 was set for the
beginning of the case, which is without
precedent in the annals of American
jurisprudence.
Haffer's arrest was brought about on
complaint of Colonel A. E. Joab, a lo
cal attorney, following the publication
In a newspaper of a letter signed by
ihe former, in which George .Washing
ton was accused of, among other
things, having used liquor to ex
cess, Indulged In profanity and ex
Kaiser Theatre
APRIL
Monday 4
ONLY
THE
GREAT
DIVIDE
In Five Sensational Acts
with
ETHEL CLAYTON
and
HOUSE PETERS
!
!
'
The Scenically Beautiful,
Perfectly Played Photo
Drama
Produced in Grand Canyon
ploited slaves.
In court today, Deputy Prosecuting
Attorney Seiden declared that all
Americans should be regarded as chil
dren of George Washington, and there
fore any citizen may bring action for
libel on behalf of "the father of his
country."
Attorney Pendleton, representing
Hafter, thought Adam might be re
garded with even greater propriety as
the father "of us all," than could -
Washington. He wished to know
whether In this situation any person
who dares criticise certain of Adam's
acts during his married life with Eve,
shall not likewise be subject to pun
jlshment under the criminal libel laws
jnf the country.
j The court was unwilling to concede
■ Adam any standing In law. but indors
ied the view of the prosecutor and ord
jered the case to tr ! ul.
Do You Know?
I
Your
Home Sugar
i
I
can not be
i
Excelled
See Demonstration.
915 MAIN ST.
We Will Demonstrate
ROYAL PURPLE" COFFEE
a
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Snowdrift" and "Ambrosia" flour
u
ALL NEXT WEEK AT THE
Western Consumers' Exhibit
915 Main
Davidson Grocery Co. coffee Roasters
:
to
WIFE OF PRISONER
ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
Calgary, Alberta, April J»—Mrs. H.
Van Koolbergen attempted suicide In
her apartments In the Bruner block
here last night, but was not successful.
Her husband will be remembered as
Von Montford who was accused of
complicity tn the plots laid in Seattle
and San Francisco by Germans who
were alleged to be attaches of the Ger
man embassy to blow up all the im
portant railway bridges along railway
lines in Canada. He was sentenced
Eastern
made Candies
Versus
Boise made Candies
M
bb
M
!
Some people imagine that when they buy a box of eastern mad«
candies they are getting a quality which cannot be obtained in
Boise made candies, which is a miatakan idea.
Mr. Boas, of the Boas Kandy Kitchen, learned hie trade with and
has worked for some of the most reputable eastern confectioners.
He usee the same methods, the same quality of materials and the
aame formulât as he was taught to uae in the oaat, and in view of
the fact that Boas' candies are made fresh every day right hara in
Boiaa insures you of an equal quality and a fresher stock thah you
can buy under the label of any eastern firm, regardiase of what
price you pay.
Are you justified in buying eastern made candies, after knowing
theae facta?
two years in 1 .et hbridge jail for forg
ery about three months ago. His wife
has been living at a private house hcr^
ever since but moved into the Bruner
block last Tuescay. Mrs. Van feool
bergen and her husband are well
known on the coast.
Van Koolbergen, who admitted he
double crossed the alleged German
conspira ors who aimed to dislocate
traffic on the C. P. R. by blowing up
bridges und tunnels through the
mountains, spent some time in Van
couver last summer while he was be
lieved by his Teutonic masters to be
j operating as their agent.

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