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TO RESTORE BABY CETtL TO MOTHER Right of Court to Take Little One From Family Which Adopted Her Is Raised. Whether or not a judge of the dis trict court has the authority to restore to a mother a child given over to the i hildrens' Home Finding and Aid so ciety and placed by it in a family, was a question which came up in district court this afternoon when Judge Carl Davis granted to Eva Lovejoy a di vorce from Fletcher Lovejoy on the grounds of non-support, cruelty desertion and granted her alimony of $20 per month. Mrs. Lovejoy, who is the mother of three court for the daughter. three years, now in a home near well and which was the only one of i five children, ranging in age fr 1-i 1'3 years, asked the custody of her baby '•aid the children she felt able to support. Judge Davis questioned his authority to g'.e such custody, but ordered that an order he tody of the child it all claims to her had not been released and she had not nt permanently bj the gc of tlie ado giving her the cus been giv< organization which had elm children. Mrs. Dovejoy's mother hmrt ached for the little one and she sobbed on the chen her attorney, S. I,. ■witness stand 'll gave his Tipton. discussing the baby question with the court. Mr. Tipton questioned the. au services. was TO CALDWELL AND NAM PA SUBSCRIBERS. The establishment of daily news service from the towns on the loop has been received with great pleasure by all readers. Nampa and Caldwell citizens who wish to order the paper, change the address or report a lissed copy can telephone to the Capital News agent whose telephone number is at the head of this department. • • • • r # # m • * Around the Boise Valley Loop Nampa Caldwell Star Middleton Eagle Today's News from Towns Along the Interurban Line. Phone 485W CALDWELL AGENT—Keith Miller, Phone 164 NAMPA AGENT— Halley Wilson. DIVORCE CASES » IN fflIIRT ■I* WwUlll Damage Suit Against the Oregon Short Line Comes Up Monday. Caldwell, April 8.— In the district court Hi'' week has been very largely consumed in the hearing cases, the last of which was heard Thursday. No decision lias yet been li« 1 case of rendered by the court in Jessie McCarty Carty, which has been ing interest lo the ersus Charles J. Me >f such absorb people of Canyon county. The ease of Smith versus the Oregon Short Line railroad, a suit for damage consequent to injury sustained by Mrs. Smith when her buggy came in collis ion with the train of tiie defendant two years ago, will come up on a mo tion for a new trial Monday. On Tuesday, Judge Bryan will go to Weiser to hold the regular term of court for Washington county. A marriage license was issued yes terday by the district clerk to Lewis Kroession, Jr., of Ontario, Ore., and Ethel Ne vins of Winnemucea, Nov. The case of the Canyon Hill Irriga tion company versus the Caldwell lrri-j gation district was filed in the district court yesterday. This is an action to accomplish tiie arbitration of the prop erty of the former gotiated by the latter company, and t«* compel it to make the project alleged to have been contracted for. pany for sale ne STAR NEWS NOTES. Star, April 8.—The body of Mubel Morcum, the young woman who died of heart failure near Middleton Thurs day, was buried at this place yester day. She was extremely popular and the buriul was very largely attended. A tent with a large seating capacity is being erected by Rev. J. M. Buch anan, a Pentecostal Mission evange list of Boise, who, with a corps of co workers, will begin a revival here upon Its completion. The revival will con tinue two weeks, and indications point to much interest being manifested. Rev. R. E. Shllder, the regular pastor of the Star Pentecostal Mission, holds services Tuesday and Thursday even ings and preaches his regular sermons also each Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. tn. The cheese factory which is being put in at this place will soon be com pleted and in operation. Its capacity will be about 900 pounds each way and it will provide a market for the dairy products of an extensive territory which has assumed large proportions Is a dairying way. t: orlty of the court to give the custody of the child to Its mother, but raised i.. ; question In her behalf. Garden, grass and field seeds. W. S. & Q. Co. 9th and Grove. Phone 323. tf r L DEATHS—FUTTERA IS Mrs. Letitia Swartz passed away laat night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Numbers. She was 76 years of age and apoplexy was the cause of her demise. She is survived by a son at Topeka, Kan., and the daughter at whose home she died. Funeral ser vices were held at 2 o'clock this after noon at the Fry & Summers chapel. Rev. Shelton Bissell officiating. The body was taken to Weiser on the 4 o'clock train and will be buried there tomorrow. Funeral Notice. •r of Boise lodge No. 2, Ori Meinl entai lodge No. 60, A. F. «Sr A. M., and all visiting brethren are ur (ft gently requested to meet at Masonic hall in Boise Sun SftXSjV day afternoon at 1 o'clock for the purpose of paying the last tribute of respect to the remains of our late Grand Secretary Emeritus, Theo. W. Randall. The funeral serv ices will be Lodge. A. F. & A. M. of Idaho. GEO. E. K NEPPER. Grand Secretary. charge of the Grand Adv. Ait. NOTICE Com mund K. T. Ida h. cry No. 1, Attention Sir Knights. ÜL You requested t< semble at the asy lum Sunday. April 9. at 1 p. m. t«i at tend the funeral of Sir Knight Theo re hereby as philus W Randall. HAS. B. CALLAKD, E. t \ A 9 Eagle Notice. All members of Boise Aerie No. 115 and also visiting members, are request ed to meet at Grunbaum hall at 1:30 Sunday. April 9, to attend the funeral of Brother ieorge Ness. A. \Y. GIBBS, Secretary. AS Sweet peas, every color and variety. \Y. S. & U. Co. 9th and Grove. tf Store your household goods with Compton Transfer Co. Sanitary ware house. Phone 48.—Adv. HIAWATHA lump. $7.50; stove, *7; nut. $6.50. Western S. G. Co. 9 A Grove. Rest by tost HIAWATHA COAL. phone 323. Lump $7.50. stove |7. tf tf TEACHERS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL TO ENTERTAIN Star, April 8.—The teachers of the high school will entertain the Parent- I Teachers' association the evening of April 14 and Hie following program will he rendered: Roll cull. Current events. Ten-minute musical program by the pupils of Miss Jelllson's room. Address, by Rev. Mr. Barker, on 'Education in Its Relation to .Body, Soul and Spirit.'' Recitation, by Marietta Kirkpatrick. Paper, by Mrs. J. 1 *;. Roberts. Song, by Mrs. Klinger. The asion promises to be one of great interest and a large attendance At the conclusion of the prog ram, «lelegates will be appoint cd t< <'aid attend the Mothers' Congress at •11 April 15. The progress of the high school has been such as to excite general com mendation. Professor Klinger and his efficient corps of teachers are con stantly raising its standard and in ad dition to performing its educational function, it adds in a great measure to the social life of the town. Caldwell, April 8,-The Democratic county central committee of this county will convene this afternoon for the purpose of determining whether delegates to the state convention at DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COMMITTEE TO MEET Pocatello will be selected by the com mittee by convention or by primary election. Indications point to a decision for either a primary election of a county convention. It in not ] robable that an instruct ed delegation will be sent to Pocatello, but it k: learned upon the base of au thority that Canyon county Democrats are a unit in their opposition to the re-election of Robert Elder of Coeur d' Alenc as national committeeman. They arc decidedly inclined to Jerome J. Day in sentiment. CALDWELL BREVITIES. Caldwell, April 8.—Five carloads of cattle and hogs were shipped out yes terday afternoon. Never before in the history of Canyon county has so much stock been shipped out of the county as during the past year. At the next meeting of the city coun cil an effort will be made by the Na tional Guard to secure permission to locate its range just east of the city cemetery, so as to use the bluff as a backstop. Major Jeffries of the Na tional Guard of Idaho has examined and approved the location. The National guard feels confident of favorable ac tion upon the part of the council. AT TWIN FALLS Democrats of Other Coun ties Will Take the Same Action, It Is Claimed. Twin Falls county has indorsed Ar thur M. Bowen for Democratic national committeeman and Lincoln, Minidoka Power and Cassia counties will short ly lake similar action. Delegates to the slate convention have been or will be instructed for Bowen. It is under stood that a number of other counties in the southern part of the state will rally to Bowen as their choice for na tional committeeman. The fight against Elder is being wagod strenuously and it is said, effectively. John F. Nugent and Chairman Hind man of this city went over to Cald well to confer with party leaders there with a view of securing the delegation from that county for Elder. It is said they were not successful. The following is the resolution that •was passed by the Democratic com mittee of Twin Falls county: "The Democratic county «'entrai com mittee of Twin Falls county, Idaho, in session this 6th day of April, 1916, for the purpose of choosing delegates to the state convention to he. hehl In Po catello. Idaho, May IS, 1916, congratu lates the people of the United States and of the state of Idaho upon the statesmanlike and American adminis tration of Woodrow Wilson, president of the United States, and Moses Alex ander, governor of the state of Idaho, and we pledge to them and their poli cies our earnest and loyal support; and be it "Resolved, That we favor the elec tion to the position of national com mitteeman from Idaho, of Arthur M. Bowen of Twin Falls, and direct that his name be presented to the Démo cratie state convention for the consid eration of the convention: and we, in struct that the delegates from Twin Falls county vote for him for such position as long afc he has a reason able chance for success. "And resolved, That the delegates of Twin Falls county he, and they are hereby placed under the unit rule and the majority of those present author ized to cast the entire vote of Twin Falls county as a unit." The Yeomen is one of the oldest fighting forces in the Britisli empire, tracing its origin back to the time of Edward III. WILL HOLD MELTINGS IN THE INTEREST OF ftnilllliAr HIOTHIAT IlKlllNfil il ! fill I |/I1iiII1ibUL 1/10 I IIIv I Star, April 8. -Postmaster William Lemon, of Middleton, who is In charge of tiie campaign for the formation of a drainage district having as Its pur pose the accomplishment of the com plete drainage of the north side of the Boise valley, has designated the fol lowing dates for meetings to speak in behalf of the advocacy of the district: Canyon school house, April 8; Middle ton, April 13; Central Park, April 14: Star. April 15; Eagle, April 18. Each meeting will begin at 8 p. m. MERIDIAN NEWS IN BRIEF. Meridian, April 8.—The body of J. A. VV.itts was received here this morning from California and was taken in charge by t lie i. O. O. F. lodge of this place. The funeral will be held in the .Methodist church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, after which the body will be taken to Payette where it will be buried. It will be recalled that only two weeks since Watts sold his farm at this place and with his family re moved to California with a view to re covering his health. J. H. Whitlock, an aged and highlv ^ 8p * Cted citize , n ° f Mer 'f an ' died a ' h , ia h«me yesterday afternoon at 2 ? Cl0ck ; , Mi , s dea,d w " '-•onaequent to general declining health and advanced J h . e tuneral was he d today C. C. Jones, one of .Meridian's oldest and most highly respected citizens is seriously 111 at his home here. Alien Wilcox, Meridian's transacted business in Boise yesterday. Banker E. C. Pfaffle is a Boise vis itor today. The teachers of the high school tertained the Parents-Teachers' ciation last evening and guve an ex hibit of the work of the different de partments of the school which is said to have been of great interest and to have excited much praise. The exhibit was indicative of tiie work plished in manual training, domestic science and dressmaking as well as of the regular scholastic work. An ex tensive and enjoyable program was also rendered by the students, subse quent to which a luncheon was served. At the meeting of the village board last night, the complaint filed against City Marshal Fincli engrossed the con sideration of the members of the board but no definite action was taken In ref erence to the matter. Three carloads of hay were shipped out from here yesterday and another carload will go out today. druggist, en asso acooin Minnesota proposes to spend nearly $7,500,000 this year for better roads. QtyBngfÿ I Cynthia B. Roberts yesterday filed suit in district court for divorce from Harold B. Roberts. The case was filed by Hawley & Hawley and the papers ■ were immediately withdrawn. Ada Colachis has filed suit for di vorce from Sam Colachis, alleging fail ure to provide, cruelty and desertion. The couple were married at Santa Cruz, Cal., in January. 1913. She also asks that he rmaiden name of Ada Wyckoff be stored. Friends in Boise have received the announcement of the marriage of Dr. Lisbon Paine to Miss Virginia Pratt Spalding which occurred at Morgan field, Ky.. March 22. Dr. Paine is in <1 the government medical service .and iE spent last, summer in Boise and vl cinity, making an investigation of spotted fever and the tick which car :■ ries the disease. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY' K\ SECOND hand sewing machines, change Store, 1009 Main. A 8 I TRUNKS and suit cases at the Ex change Store. 1009 Main. A8 j FOR RENT—4-room furnished house. ] A14 $8 per month; 610 So. 14th. FOR SALK—Home canned fruit and empty jars. Phone 6-R-3. Ain FOR RENT—Elegant apartment at 1415 Franklin. Phone 811-W. A8c FOR RENT—Five-room modern house A14 at 405 So. 11th. Fhone 417-R. FOR SAGE—Roan Durham milch cow. Tests 4 per cent. Phone 2-R-2. A 9c SECOND HAND WHEELS at a bar gain. Exchange Store, 1009 Main. AS FOR SALE—Three-year-old stallion. Address George Tregaskis, Emmett, M8c Idaho. A BOY to learn the cabinet maker's trade; Phone 433-\V, or call at 305 So. 8th. A9 FOR RENT—A furnished room with or without board, in a private fam ily. Apply 615 Idaho. At 4c WE HAVE some bargains in city lots if you are going to build. Hub City Realty Co., 219 Idaho Bldg. A 9 LOST—Between Stamper's Studio and 7th and O'Farrell St., package of baby pictures. Phone 2181. AlOc WANTED—To rent, about June 45, a 5-room house, furnished .reasonable. Address 1400, Capital News. A9c WANTED—Man and wife without children to work on ranch. Call Col. Moisters, 348 Meridian. AlOc FOR SADE —320acre dry farm, build ings, fence, 70 acres under cultiva tion; two springs. Phono 282-W. A10 FOR RENT—5-room modern suburban home, with acreage; also 5-room new bungalow, close in. Call 396. A14 MONEY to loan in any amounts on both farm and city property. Hub City Realty Company, 219 Idaho Bldg. A 9 FOR SADE —A red bull calf. See Barker at Innis Station, first sta tion east of Pierce Park, or Phone 573-W. A9 POTATOES- SEED POTATOES. The best of quality and varieties. Cor ner Tenth and Front streets. C. F. Maxwell. A 8c FOR SADE —Restaurant, the only one in town; good business. For par ticulars address owner, H. F. Funk, Dubois, Idaho. AlOc HOMEf "'EAD under the government project, all under water, 40 acres for $600. Hub City Realty Company, 219 Idaho Bldg. A 9 $75.00 MONTH. Get government jobs. Men and women wanted. List of po sitions obtainable free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 60-u, Rochester, N. Y. Jn9e WANT MONEY—Four-room house, % acre of ground, close in. $460. Home stead relinquishment, 120 acres, $50; 3Ms miles to town; good land; 1401, A13c care Capital News, FISHERMEN—We are open tonight. Call in and buy your tackle and en gage passage to Deer Flat, $1.25 for round trip. Boise Auto Supply and Sporting Goods Co., 1009 Main. A8 SEED POTATOES. Early and la to varieties; also choice table potatoes: 9th and Grove; old Cole Grocery stand. Phone 1214-J or write I. B. Joplin, 308 State St. A8c FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping apartment of 3 rooms; very low rent, hath, phone, lights and water includ ed; walking distance; ground floor, sleeping porch; 276 Warm Springs. A Sr SPECIAL TODAY. All Gum, 2 Pkgs. 5c. Salted peanuts, Inc pound. Cotton .gloves, 5c pall. THE RACKET STORE. Kalbua Bros., Cpp. P. O. AS FOR RENT—100 ae in hay, 40 plowed, ni shed; crop rent. Forty acres, improved, $150.00. Nice bungalow and barn, on car line; | 5-eent fare, less than L. the cost of construction. Six-room modern bungalow on Fort St. ' improved, implements fur 20 i Three lots, 32300; easy terms. GEM STATE READTT. Phone 707-M. 339 Sonna. tf DANCELAND TONIGHT FIVE CENT8 A DANCE J Engagement PINNEY SUIT APR 1(1 LIMITED THEATER MON. ™ II. IV Elliott & Sherman Announce MATINEE 2:15 EVENING 8:15 J. W. GRIFFITH'S World's Mightiest Spectacle 5000 SCENES 18.000 PEOPLE Lincoln Appomattox Lee Petersburg ▲ Piedmont Ford's Theatre I 4 The Wild Rides of the Clans Cost $500,000 3000 Horses 25—Symphony Orchestra—25 A Composition of National Figures, the Universe Its Background M •st Extraordinary and Wonderful Art Conquest Since Civi lization Began—Its Dynamic Force Has Electrified the Country THE GREAT AMERICAN PLAY AT LAST LOWER FLOOR, First 7 Rows $1 ; balance $1.50; Boxes $2. BALCONY, First 3 rows, $1, balance 75c ; Gallery 50c. ENTIRE LOWER FLOOR $1.00; BALCONY, First 3 rows 75c; balance 50c; GALLERY 25c. PRICES EVE. MAT. SEATS NOW SELLING. Arrangements Have Been Made for Cut Rales on All Railroads "The Deestrick Rkule," which was to have been given April 10 at the Tin manuel Methodist church, has been j t » § $ ! r I A I to. Chicago Lo. Englewood 12:56 p. Ax. New York 9:d0 a. Was I bound : UNnvYorl* 2:45 p.m. A » . Fn^leivcod 9:22 n. m. Ar.Chva&o 12:40 noon Chicago New York 20 HOURS 9:45 a.m. * J* n « • \l : Pennsylvania Lines a ■Of Fnr r'irti.'ulare call on W TV. F. YEO. ' Trat. Pats. Agt. Judo • Bldg. SALT LA h r:CITY. UTAH ÏS 4 E gESÏ BAY MEIN! We offer certain permanent cures for Blood Poison, Ulcers, Stricture, Contracted Diseases. Nervous Debility, Varicocele, Hydrocele and all lately or long contracted Diseases of Men. We will charge you nothing to prove that our present-day, scientific methods arc the surest to cttect Tf corroborative evidence of our success is required, we refer to our extraordinary record of pleased and satisfied patients that we have dismissed sound and well during tiie year Just gone. Many of these had been unsuccessfully treated elsewhere. cures. ! W. L, Allen, M. D., 204 McCarty Bldg., Boise SEE THE GAS RANGES AT WORK at The Home Products Exhibition, 915 Main postponed until April 17 when it will be given in the Odd Fellows' hall at Thirteenth and Eastman streets. A SCANDA IN HIGH Lir IS AT ALL TIMES REGRETTEI A 'Scandalous" low prico on Rd Estate is often "expected." ' Here you are. The property known as the Daily Ranch on the Hill Cresj Doop, consisting of five acres, threo acres In orchard, and ail kind of berJ ries, a stone house, barn, large chicken houses, free water, worth $5000. w| cut the price In two. Can you beat tt| This should appeal to your good Judg] ment. A A four-room plastered house, almoB new. corner lot 75x137, nicely fenceu on street car. $1975.00 takes it. YoJ name the terms. J 4Ve have many more bargains jus like these and defy competition in oui prices. Stock ranch, 320 acres, 160 acres fin] timber, lots of improvements on thil place. $10,000 takes this snap. g/A FROST NIPPED AND SHRIVED® UP IS THIS PRICE. We have for sale 7 tons of Blue Steel Seed Wheat. THE EDWARD STEIN CO. 109 N. 10th Phone 98. + 4 4+4444 + + Choice Meats, 4* Ham, Bacon, Lard. * BOISE BUTCHER CO. •f 811 Idaho. Phone 59 444444+44 The Idan-ha LEADING HOTEL OF BOISE European Plan. In the center of everything. Commercial and 8tocknasn's Headquarters. FIRST-OLASS CAFE Cafeteria and a la carta services Lunch, 12 to 2. Dinner, 5 to 8 p. m. Rates, without bath, (1.00 up. Wit bath, $1.50 up. L ROBERT AIKMAN, Manager. *~THE BRISTOL. BOISE'S POPULAR HOTEL European Plan. Complete tn every detail. Daily rates, 75c to $1.50. Weekly Rates: *$.50 up. 8pec!al rates to permanent gueat M. PARSONS, Manager. HOTEL GRA BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL Commercial M e n'a Headquarta Moat Attractive Lobby in the Si Btriotiy M i i i w .