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Victrola
The instrument of the
worlds greatest artists
It is natural that in the musical world there
should be singers and instrumentalists whose
transcendent art places them in the forefront of
their profession.
These artists have attained their commandirij
positions by reason of their superb artistry, am
it is no mere coincidence that they have chosen
the Victrola as the instrument to carry their sub
lime art into the home with the utmost fidelity.
The Victrola is the greatest of all musical instru
ments not only because it brings you thç exact
renditions of the world's famous artists, but
because it has through sheer merit and through
world-wide recognition by millions of music-lovers
earned this high honor the artists have conferred
upon it.
Any Victor dealer will gladly show you the complete line
oi Victors and Victrolis—$10 to $400—and play the music you
know and like best, which is the only way for you to personally
judge its capabilities of satisfying your musical tongings.
Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J.
Important warning. Victor Kocorda caa bo safely mad ootiofactonly
piayod only with Victor AMln or Toneo-fano Stylus on Vlfeor, or
Vlctroloo. Victor Records cannot bo solely played on mochtnos with
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sampson Music company
t EXCLUSIVE BOISE VICTROLA DEALERS
A VICTROLA IN YOUR HOME means that you can enjoy the music you
like produced by the most select artists in the world.
Our easy payment plan makes it possible for every home to have a Vic
trola and choice collection of records.
MADAM BUTTERFLY.RECORDS
All the beautiful Madam Butterfly music on the glorious Victor records,
sung by Caruso, Seotti, Martin, Farrar, Destinn and Alda.
THREE BIG HITS-In the April List.
"—' inor!A "I'm a Lonesome Melody"—No. 17956
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So Long Letty"—No. 17974 _ __
Manzanilla, (Mexican Serenade)—Violin, Cello and Piano, by kcKee Trio^
No. 17939
Drop in any »day or evening and hear your favorite muSlc on the Victrola iu
one of our five glass sound proof booths. Store open till 9 every evening.
SAMPSON MUSIC COMPANY
Exclusive Boise Dealers in Victrola« and Victor Records.
SAMPSON BUILDING.
913 MAIN STREET
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Floyd Adams, a well known news
paper man of Rexburg, was a caller at
the ststchouse today.
Governor Alexander announces the
appointment of C. W. Morrison of Rex
burg as a notary public.
Dr, C. M. Cline of Idaho Fails has
tendered his resignation as a member
Of the Date boerd of medical exami
ners, to Governor Alexander.
Pure Vood Commissioner J. K. White
has gone to Pocatello on department
business.
The governor has appointed Dan W.
Church of Pocatello a notary public
and his commission was issued by the
secretary of state.
The village, of Minidoka bas made
application to the public utilities com
mission for a certlflsate of public con
venience and necessity to install a
municipal water system.
Docoratlng the floor ot tho gover
nor'» office le a rag rug made by one
of the Inmates of tho Blaekfoot asy
lum and presented to the state's qhief
executive. It was received yesterday.
Major Woodson Jeffreys inspected
the new rifle range of Company O of
Caldwell Monday, This range is lo
cated closer to the city of Caldwell
than the old on* and all danger is
eliminated in range work. Major Jef
freys says it is a yery satisfactory one.
The reported disease among stock
north of Shoshone is not disease at all
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but pure end unadulterated starvation.
This Is the report made to Vltate Vet
erinarian Bodle by Dr. Darker. a dep
uty of the department sent to make
Investigation. He visited the ranches
of J. D. Murphy and Qeorge Gâches.
It seems they had rome stock shipped
in from Washington and the animals
were put on the cars In a half starved
condition. When they arrived at the
ranches thpy were In bad shape. Both
Are progressive stockmen
welcomed an investigation. Dr. Deck
er could find no disease but Is positive
the animals were weak from starva
tion after the long trip.
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Thomas M. Connor, of Bakersfield.
Cal., wrote the adjutant general's de
partment asking for a record of the
date of his enlistment and discharge
from an Idaho Palls militia company
from 22 to 2« years ago. An investi
gation has been made but no record
found of either Ids enlistment or dis
charge. Connor says in his letter that
it Is necessary to secure the data to
enable him to taxe civil service
imitions for rural mail carrier.
exam
He >
one year over the age limit, but if he
can show he. served In the militia the
authorities will waive the age clause,
whlcn he says they are permitted to do.
Ramsey M. Walker of Wallace, ap
pointed by the governor as a member
of the state board of education to
ceed Herman J. Rossi, Is vice president
and cashier of the Wallace National
bank and one of the most wide awake
business men In the north.
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Ths supreme court affirms the find
ings of the district court for Bonne
villa county In a decision handed down
last night on the appeal in the case of
Robert H. Smith and George H. Smith
versus the Progressive Irrigation dis
trict. The plaintiffs sought to have
their lands within the district ex
cluded from assessment after 53r.O.COO
In bonds was voted for the buying of
canals and other property. They
failed to make objection at the proper
time, which precludes them from any
right now to have their lands elimi
nated.
At a meeting of the state land board
yesterday afternoon a set of rules that
only makes minor changes was adopted
as effective April 25. The rules govern
its proceedings. The board granted a
mineral lease to Fred L. Johnson of
Boise.
The news letter of the University of
Idaho says: The following horticul
tural bulletins are Just off the press
and ready for distribution: Bulletin
No. 86—"The Use of Lime-Sulphur as
a Summer Spray for Apple Scab." Bul
letin No. 87—"Insect Pests of the Oreh -
ards and Gardens of Idaho and Their
Control." Circular No. I—Spray cal
endar. These reports may be secured
by writing to the director of experi
ment station, Moscow, Idaho.
APPLICATIONS ARE
BEFORE THE STATE
BOARD OT PARDONS
The state board of pardons at its
meeting today fixed definite sentence
In two cases, denied the applications
of seven others and deferred action
four more. Due to the board's new rule
not to consider applications for six
months after tailing definite prior ac
tion. it is not likely the case of Fred
Coleman, defaulting deputy state treas
urer, third time applicant,, will get very
much consideration.
It had not been
reached up to a late hour today. Defi
nite sentence was fixed j.t three years
for W. It. Nell, sentenced from Ban
nock county for embezzlement, and Pe
dro Pacheco, from Madlsor. county for
a statutory offense,
of Roy Maloney,
Charley Roberts, Logan W. Miller,
William Ooopor, John Murray and N.
V. Redford we: denied.
' io applications
George Brown.
ASKS ARTIFICIAL
LEGS FOR SERBIANS
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Madams Slsvko Grouitch.
Madame Slsvko Grouitch. wife ot
the permanent under secretary of
foreign affairs, of Serbia, herself a
native of West Virginia, has Just re
turned to America from war-ridden
Serbia. She is particularly inter,
ested at this time in raising a fun&
to secure artificial limbs for thou,
sands of cripples in Serbia. Mme.
Grouitch will visit the principal cities
of the country in an effort to relieve
the heroic suffering's of the Serbians.
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MAIL SERVICE TO
Protests Against the Pres
ent Irregular Delivery
May Result in Adoption of
a New Plan.
Again the citizens of the Boige bask»
country are protesting against the de
plorable mall service into thut section:
Not
hen the mall contractor
and are trying to secure relict,
since 1914.
Was forced to give up the route be
cause of the heavy parcel post busi
ness. has there been regular daily
vice in the basin country towns. The
route was changed so that
Idaho City, Placerville, Centerville,
Grimes Pass, Garden Valley points and
other sections in that country
served by a mall service to Horseshoe
Bend via
ner
mil for
were
the Idaho Northern and
thence taken over a long hard road by
stage to Boise basin points. The mall
from Boise Into Idaho City was often
from three to four days late in arriv
ing.
since the route
These conditions have existed
as changed and
while various protests have been made,
no remedy was found and now again
the citizens are seeking to find
way oi si tting better mail service.
In the Boise basin country at present,
the mining activity has revived to such
an extent that upwards of 200
from Boise are working there,
of these men have homes in Boise and
desire to hear.from their families reg
ularly. Almost as many more men are
working in the timber in that section.
These are additional to the residents
of the Boise basin towns and indica
tions are that several hundred
men than the present force will be
working in the basin this summer.
Ths Proposed Change.
According to those who made an in
vestigation of the mail service, they
see but one plan by which better ser
vice to the basin can be secured and
that is via the Intermountain rail
way, which runs from Boise to Center
ville, a distance of 40 miles,
sent service is semi-weekly, but the
railroad owns a motor and passenger
coach and with the possibility of In
creased travel, it is understood the
company will consider a daily mail ser
vice to Centerville, from which point
Idaho City, Placerville, Grimes Pass,
Garden Valley and points in that ter
ritory could get daily mail service. The
plan is to have the first and second
class mall matter go in daily on the
motor line and the parcel post sent to
the basin country
and Saturday when the regular trains
are run.
some
men
Many
more
At pre
every Wednesday
Postmaster Davis approves such a
plan, believing that
much better service to a large, number
of people and would give daily busi
ness letters to mining companies and
lumber companies operating there be
sides serving a large number of farm
ers and it is hoped an early arrange
ment can be made to provide such
service.
it would give
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A son was born Monday night to Mr.
and Mrs. Ira F. Shaffner at their home
on the bench.
The Letup estate has taken out a
permit to build a small brick building
nt the rear of 813 Main street at a cost
of 550ft.
The Collister Parent-Teachers
asso -
elation will meet at the school house at
2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. Miss
Kelly will give a lecture.
The Washington Mothers' circle will
give a tea at the home of Mrs. Asa
Tlllotson, 1605 North Twelfth street,
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Republicans of Whitney precinct
will meet tomorrow night at the Whit
ney school house to elect delegates to
the county convention at Meridian.
The directors ot the Boise Commer
cial club today made a visit. In a body
to the Home Industry exhibit in the
bullolng adjoining the Sampson Music
company.
The public utilities commission to
day dismissed the application and
complaint of the city of Twin Falls
for a certificate to Install a municipal
water system.
Republicans in precinct No. 4 will
meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the Cen
tral Fire station to select delegates to
the county convention at Meridian. All
Republicans In the precinct are urged
to attend.
The resident Fairground precinct
committeemen will meet ut 8 o'clock
Thursday night at the residence of |
Alex Howry to elect delegates to the
Ada county convention to be held at
eridlan April 11. i
The annual meeting of the women of I
the Interchurch council will be held In
the Y. W.C. A. rooms Thursday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock, uffleers ft,, the
ensuing year will be elei and other
business t.'.nsaeted.
Hyde Park W. C. T. U. will meet
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the
home of Mrs. Myers, 1420 North Elev
enth street. The subject for the af
ternoon Is, "The Church and the W, C.
ELKS'
INSTALLATION
Of Off'CLRS
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Installation of the new officers of
Boise Lodge No. 310
tonight at the Elk»' Bldg., corner Ninth
and Jefferson streets. All members of
4>otse Lodge and visiting brothers are
Invited.
ill take place
H. W. PKTTENGILL,
Exalted Ruler.
By E. W. Johnson, Sec'y,
'Heaithgrams* On Skin
Flashed to Thousands
ot N , at .H re ' s signals is an unhealthy skin. It Is cm.
scientific fact that the akin Indicates the condition of the'*^"
b.ood and the blood is the building material for the body and all its
vital parts. Unless the blood Is nourished end kept rich and healthy,
it will evenualiy react on the organs It feeds and reduce the indl
v dual to a pitiable condition. Little do people -ealize the nhvsiral
ailments that drain away strength and^UalUy " nd tlmÆ bè
traced straight to the poor supply of blood. Pimples, Eczema Salt
Rheum, Rheumatism, Carbuncles, Bolls. Catarrh with its obnoxious
results and the tendency to easily catch cold.
Malaria and scores of other equally serlouc ail
ments, are all manifestations of bad blood. !■
iw 1 *?, 0 yea J? s -j 3 s - has been a mighty remedy
fot these disorders. Thousands of men and
women have been relieved or actually cured by
s * Many of them had spent years and
f™m* edS ° f , dollars for other remedies In a
fruitless endeavor to regain health—a marvel
ous tribute to S. S. S. S. S. S. is purely
absorbed* U , ken into ,he s,om * ch <*
aDsoroea by tho blood, supplying certain
ments which stimulate the action of the blood
McnSLOOftrBottle- ^pusdes and help them drive out impurities
true^Medicine n \ 85r r,' em ' W '* h SUCh 8 lr ' ed a " d
«inîlî.m awaiting you at the closest drug
whin r 11 / 0 " g0 ?u suffcrin E and looking badly
when so many others similarly afflicted have
turned to 8. S. S. and found the meaning of
a?Jrti !Ct s 8 ? ,h ' ° ur Medlc al Department will
TvLTi: you . a K bo . ut ' your case without cost ki
ypu ■ i you wish to avail voursplf nf ♦ m«
servlet Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Georgia. |
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ATLANTA. 0*.
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asjusasss.
TH S WIFT SP ECIFIC COt
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T. U." Ira Aldrich Is to be the leader.
Blast Bannock
Miss Marie Irvin will tell of
some of the things that interested her
most on her recent visit to New York,
The Idaho Vinegar * Pickle com-j
pany of Payette, file da complaint with
the public utilities commission against
the Oregon Short Line Railroad com-i
pany charging it enforced collection
excessive freight rate on produce it
shipped.
The ladles of Grace church guild
will meet Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. John Krall, 328
street.
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Virginia L. Childs has filed suit In
district court against Charles Childs
upon thq grounds of failure to support.
She asks the custody of their
child, Jack, uged four years,
pie were married at Annapolis, lid.,
June 11, 1911,
There will be a caucus of the Repub
lican electors of precinct No. 6 at the
Seller building
street Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock to
select three delegates and three alter
nates to the Republican convention to
be held at Meridian April 11.
Letters from homeseekers in various
sections of the country are being
eeived at the office of the reclamation
service. The letters are inquiries re
garding the sales of land under the
Boise project, advertised for sale
April 27 In Boise, and April 29 In
Caldwell.
After spending several weeks In the
east, James H. Hawley, former gover
nor of this state, was back at his office
today. While In Washington Mr, Haw
ley was honored by being elected presi
nt of the National Conference of
Reclamation Interest. He was called
to Washington and New York on legal
business.
Judge Carl Davli late yesterday
granted Emma McCabe a divorce from
John McCabe op the grounds of de
sertion and non-support. The case
one in which a motion for a change of
venue to Pocatello was sought Satur
day. Upon the change being denied,
the defendant refused to plead further
and the ase was heard and the plain
tiff given the divorce sought.
minor
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SAYS U. S. SHOULD
MAKE ITS NITROGEN
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Senator A. J. Gronna.
A J. Gronna, United Staten sena- j
tnr from North DakoU , says lhe ,
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*° 1 T 1 er l nmen sho , uld ""mediately es
tablish a plant for ihs extraction of j
nitrogen from the air. Nitrogen is '
absolutely necessary for the manu- j
facture of powder, and the only j
jjitrate beds in the world ar-in Chile. 1
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CASE IS REMANDED
■FOR. A NEW TRIAL
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In a decision handed down today |
dritten by Justice Morgan and
curred In by his associates, the Judg- j
ment of conviction in the case of the j
eon
SEE THE GAS RANGES AT WORK
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state of Idaho versus Frank W. An
drus, charged and tried f6r Incest, Is
reversed and the ease remanded to
Judge J. J. Guheen of the Fifth Judii'il
lal district for a new trial,
court of resort of this state finds that
i the record discloses no evidence which
corroborates the prosecutrix or com
l jl!,ln t ,| K witness In her charge,
i drU!i ' vas arrested in Grace precinct
anJ * ried in another precinct,
The last
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FELIX DIAZ IS ID
Washington, April 5.—Reports to the
department of Justice indicate that
(here is nO longer doubt that B>llx
Diaz Inis landed in Mexico. Official^
have been informed that he is at tH
head of a considerable force In soutlr
Mexico and lias received material aid
through Guatemala. It is the first of
ficial information ot the revolutionary
leader's whereabouts.
NEGRO IS LYNCHED BY
NORTH CAROLINA MOB
Kinston, N. C., April 5.—Josepl
Black, a negro, was today taken frm:
jail here and lynched,
father of 16-year-old William Black
who
He was the
removed last week from Jail
to the state prison to prevent lynch
ing. His son was charged
inal assault and his father
rith crim
hs eharg
ith assisting his son in an attempt
to escape.
TOO LATE TO CLA8SIF
STARR PIANO for sale. Address 1398,
Capital News,
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WANTED—Man
Phone llStf-J.
for ranch work.
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^ Phone 1733-W.
S White Leghorn hens, 54.
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WANTED Pm setters at Bos ling al
ley. 9!
Hmfnock.
a so
TO TRADE
2 horses and buggy for 2
s. B'oone 45-R-4.
FOR KENT—Partly furnished 7-room
house. 612 Bannock St.
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WANTED—Holstein heifer fresh be
fore Oct, Phone t7S3-W.
All
FOR SALE CHEAP
bee hives.
-Chicken wire an
all 119 N. 10th.
A DC'
WANTED—Fine
lingerie, silks
woolens, carefully laundered.
1720W.
ant!
Phone
All
LOST—One bay mare with halter on:
branded J. A.' G. on right shoulder.
Phone 846.
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WANTED—Experienced woman cook.
Davidson, 920 War,,»
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Mrs. \\
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Spring Ave.
LOVELY will trade you an incubator
Four
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for your second-hand goods,
teonth and Main.
WANTED—First- cIms farm hand fur
the country.
I ront t'e«d stable.
WANTED—Bids
at St. Alphonsus hospital,
between l ami 2 p. m.
w i \teiv_i .
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tr
on Oalcominlng. Cull
room 21.
if
are for during
first-class work. William
Miiikel. 1421 E. Jefferson.
summer.
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DA,KY n '"<b to trade for clear ciD
property. Dry farm am sale. Hub
<'ity Realty Oil, Idaho Bldg.
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IV ANTED— Man for dining
genera] work.
•sition.
room and
Good permanent po
MorrJgon's Cafeteria.
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