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VIOLATION OF THE
ORDER IS ALLEGED
Electrical Workers File
Charges Against Electric
Investment Company.
The International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers, local union No.
291, wants the public utilities commlfc
slo nto make an investigation of the
alleged "flagrant" violation of the
terms of general order No. 10 relat
ing to overhead construction which it
1 b charged resulted in the death of
George Ness, killed last week in this
city by an electrical shock. The com
plaint is against the Electric Inves
roent . company for whom Ness was
working on its power lines when he
was killed. At that time this compnny
yas "tying'' their substations together.
The complaint is signed by E. E.
Hanson and Roy Carson, president and
secretary respectively of the Interna-■
tionnl Brotherhood of Electrical Work
mre.
Under the Capitol Dome
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Adjutant General < row Is back from
" * ,tp lo T ".' n Kl U v | ll .° U "' >s
called on militai} and business mat
tors.
short
attorney
The state land board held a
•esskm today at which the
general reported approval of the *46
#00 bond of the West End Twin Falls
Irrigation company. The board re
ferred the bond to its legal advisor
■ome time ago.
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The Utah Power & Light eompi
made application to the public utilities
commission for certificates of public
coavenience and »cowl) to fui msh
electricity for lighting and power pur
posc.s to lac village Ut i-avu liui
Bluings and Bancrolt. The commission,
will permit all Interested parties to in
tcivcne.
'ommissioner J. K. White
,f a letter highly vomp.i-j
ment ary to Governor Alexander be
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eek in Idaho to be
found by State t hemist
Jackson in examining samples of flout
taken from Pocatello.
Pure Food
Is in receipt
cause of the action he took in setting
aside clean-up
generally observed.
Rock salt used for the adulteration
of flour vv:
Dr. L. D. Fricks, surgeon of the Unit
ed States health service, who has beer
In Boise conferring with the secretary
of the board of health, has gone tr
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The Key to Your Home
Separated from home by county or
continent—standing on Broadway or
'longside a water-tank—close at your
hand is the key to your home.
WESTERN UNION
keys start your Day Letters and
Night Letters on their way.
Your "All's Well" message reaches
home before the mail train gets up
steam. Low rates for many words.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
this man, took
the management
of the Sedgley
store Feb. 1st
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—»inee that tima you know tho oxcep
tional improvement* that hav* bean
inatitutad, the high type of merchan
dise that has been featured and the
efficient store service put into practice.
he has planned a big surprise
for Boise women
—-plannsd it while East a faw weeks
ago. Tomorrow you will know more of
tho biggest bargain surpriaa to bo fea
tured this ssason.
Watch tomorrow's papers for
further particulars
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I Truthful Advertising
We told you during FOLGER WEEK
about the delightful richness and delicate
flavor, without bitter rankness, in Folger's
Golden Gate Coffee.
You bought it—*
and every morning
you thank us. You
found it just what
we claimed.
Remember the
, brand when you
order again.
45c Coffee — 45c Quality
J. A. FOLGER & CO.
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Mountain Home and Soda Springs.

A report from Grangevllle says:
The work on the Salmon river road
hich the state has been contemplating
doing this spring will be commenced
about the mjddle of this month, Engi
neer Hazzard of the state highway
commission having arrived this week
t[) , ake uctlve charge . u is „reposed
by the state to spend *7000 or *8000
^
land this with *6000 the county agrees
expend will dj considerable towards
ffcttlng the road in shape. Engineei
Hazzard. in company with Commis
sioners Pettibone and Long, Commis
sinner Rice not being in the party be
cause of the serious accident which he
recently suffered from, made a trip up
the river the first of the week and look
ed over the road. It was decided tc
begin work about a mile above Whit*
l1irc | ut ^His time as 1. would be more
practical and of more benefit than else
whpre The tools and equipment ar
rived some Utnc ago atu j are now
j at -yhite Bird awaiting the ar
«vnl of the convicts. 50 of whom will
be brought iron, the state P-lson
„'■l ive on the ground about th,
middle of the month.
Engineer Hazzard who is an army
engineer and has been connected with
past
such as the Roosevelt project in Ariz
Inna, has been in charge of road work
for some time and is a man well qual
have charge of work with dlf
q pu | t problems such as occur on the
river road
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Columbus, April 10.—Communication
army wireless is being extended
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government projects in times
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ARMY WIRELESS IS
BEING EXTENDED
by
:
further into Mbxlco. The field wlrei
less station is being moved from Nam
iquipa lo a point nearer the front.
The field telegraph line is being exf
tended from C'asas Grandes to Gar
leana.
IN THE CITY COURT
The tlirpe men, Mason Rhodes, R. E
were ar
White, Oscar Jenkins, wh
rested by Patrolman Briggs and De-|
tectives Ross ami Hunt on South Sevi
enth street Saturday night for being
drunk and disorderly, were given hear-l
ings in Judge Hays' court this morn-1
ing on complaints filed by the chief
of police. The first two named en
itered pleas of guilty to charges of be-!
ing drunk and the last named to a|
charge of fighting. Each was fined *10
-..vu-,, „„is r,
" ' „vThai loîklnâ who wosTn »hi
^""v had some word" lm,
àther two "ml got into n fight w Uh !
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, parnpd ^ ^men had Is a
concoction of alcohol and cider which
seemed to produce rather serious ef
ft , ctH in thls cas6 The trjo crea t e d
considerable disturbance and called out
a number of the residents of that sec
tlon of the city. The police made a
hurried trip to the scene of the trou
hle and pjcked the men up before th
Rot awaJ ._ A case „. as als0 flled by
the chief against L. Groslskey for be
ing drunk on the streets last night, he
having been arrested by Detective Ross.
He entered a plea of guilty In Judge
Hays'court this morning and was fined
jSlO and costs.
EVEN CROSS, SICK
CHILDREN LOVE
SYRUP Of FIGS
If Feverish, Bilious, Consti
pated, Give Fruit Laxa
. tive at Once.
Don't scold your fretful, peevish child.
Sec if tongue is coated; this is a sure
sign its little stomach, liver and bowels
are dogged with sour waste.
When listless, pale, feverish, full of
cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't
eat, sleep or act naturally, hus stomach
ache, indigestion, diarrho a, give a tea
spoonful of California Syrup of Figs,"
and in a few hours all the foul waste,
the sour bile and fermenting food
passes out of the bowels and you have
a well and playful child again. Chil
dren love this harmless "fruit laxative,"
and mothers can rest ensy after giving
to because it never falls to make their
little "Insides" clean and sweet.
Keep it handy. Mother! A little given
today saves a sick child tomorrow, but
get the genuine. Ask your druggist for
a 50-eent bottle of "California Syrup of
Figs," which has directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grown-ups
plainly on the bottle. Remember there
'are counterfeits sold here, so surely
.look and see that yours is made by the
''California
Syrup
Hand hack with contempt any other tig
syrup.—Adv.
Fig
Company."
Don't Miss the
University
Glee
Club
The Real
Musical Entertainment.
Refreshing
High Scheol
Auditorium
ABRIL 16.
Matinee and Evening
Concerts.
The W. R. C. will meet Tuesday af
ternoon at the G. A. R. hall.
The ladles of Christ -hurch guild
will meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday eve-;
th,. „u,I
Illustrated by lantern slides will bn
given be I
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Steve Thrasher was brought to Boise
yesterday from the McMillan Sheep
company s camps and taken to a local
hospital for treatment for sputted
^ ever '
Chapter A. P. K. O. will meet on j
Tuesday evening with Mrs. W. J. Abbs,
The program will be in care of Mrs.
Fred Brown. The officers meet at 7
o'clock.
GtvVmef.r
Rev. D. H. Jones will administer the
snerament of baptism from 2 to 3
o'clock every afternoon up to Easter.
Parents having children to be bap
sized are requested to call Mr. Jones
by telephone.
The membera-of the Volunteer Fire
men's association, at their meeting In
Turner hall tonight, will partake of a
clam chowder feast after the routine
business of the association has been
transacted. All members are request
ed to attend the meeting at 8 o'clock.
Several motorcycle riders made a trip
to Ontario yesterday. They enjoyed a
chicken dinner there and returned In
the evening,
party were Austin Lane, Miss Alloway,
Charles Chrisman, Miss Ehler, Mr. and
Mrs. Art Smith, Roy Thompson and
Miss O'Connor.
John W. Haynes. Frank A. Hall and
Mark Coffin have been appointed com
missioners of drainage district No. 1
of Ada count}'. The appointment was
made by Judge Carl Davis. The com
missioners are required to file bonds
in the sum of $5000 each before their
appointments become effective.
A lecture on "England in a State of
War" will be. delivered at Grace church,
East State and Walnut streets, by Rev.
D. H. Jones next Thursday night. Mr.
Jones delivered this lecture at Christ
church last Thursday night and his
audience was intensely Interested In
the graphic description of conditions In
England, as observed by Mr. Jones
during his recent trip to that country.
A silver Easter offering will be taken
at the lecture.
The members of the
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Tho coming of Arthur Kachle, the
wel1 known <J™"atlc reader, to the
'^Christian churbh Wednesday night to
f,U an ^«agement In the Y. M C. A.
lecture course, is being looked forward
" Pleasure by people of
,this CIty who know Mr - Kachle by rep
uta ' lon ' He has some flattering press
not 06B and many People of promt
" ence have paid a higb tribute to him
P ey30na l letters. Indications nre
1 hat the cburcb w111 be filled on the
n * gbt h,s engagement.
A civil service examination In ste
nography and typewriting Is to be held
Mn5 \ 20 to B< ! cure p,lglbles f br
he , fleld « er y lcp ; J bla examination is
11° b ® open Ï' both mea and women.
^ PP , ation , blanka yan hi secured in
le ° ce ltre 01 bj addressing the
secretary of the eleventh civil service
district, 303 postofflee building, Seattle.
Applicants must state In their appli
cation blank the kind of examination
desired as It is possible to take the
stenographic examination alone or
that of typewriting. These examina
tions were formerly hel : quarterly,
Ibut are now only held annually.
DEATHS.
John M. Hoover, a veteran of the
Civil
ar, aged 73 years, died early
Sunday morning at the Soldiers' Homo
hospital, where he had been ill for some
iime. He is survived by his
two sons. During the war Mr. Hoover
served as a private In Company E,
Tenth Minnesota infantry,
ilieral will be held at the Fry & Sum
mers chapel Tuesday
o'clock. Rev. Ira A. Aldrich will ofli
liiate and burial will be In Silent camp
in Morris Hill cemetery. A funeraj
car will be provided. Members of the
patriotic orders are requested to at
tend the services.
ife and
The fu
fternoon at 2
All that was mortal of Theophllus
W. Randall was laid to rest yesterday
ufternoon
The funeral, held at the family home,
4as a most Impressive one and was
litrgely attended, many of those pres
ent being pioneers of the stirring days
of the Boise basin. Archdeucon Cham
berlain of St. Michael's cathedral offi
ciated at the home, reading the Epis
copal burial service, and a quartet from
the cathedral sang several hymns. At
the grave the services were In charge
of the Masonic order, of which Mr.
Randall was one of the pioneer mem
bers In this state. This service was
conducted by Jonas W. Brown, a friend
of Mr. Randall in California and latjr
Ini Idaho, since they pioneered here to
gether. The floral tributes were nu
merous and a number of them came
from points outside of Boise.
in the Masonic cemetery.
[Robert Hutchison, aged 58 years,
died this morning at a local hospital
after a short illnesB. Until taken ill
he made his home on a homestcud
near Neal. He has no known relatives
in! tnig section, but relatives in Iowa
halve been notified of his'demise. Tho
body Is at the Schreiber & Sidenfaden
morgue.
DELEGATES TO BE
CHOSEN THIS WEEK
(Continued from First Page)
naines are mentioned in connection
wl|h the head of the Republican na- 1
tional ticket each haa his following
among New Jersey Republicans, and
because of this division of sentiment
th^ delegates will go to Chicago unln
stnicted.
The New Jersey delegates to the St.
Lojiis convention will be solidly for
President Wilson's renomination. It is
expected the four delegates at lHrgej"
will be Governor Fielder. United States
Henator William Hughes, Congressman
Thomas J. Scully and State Treasurer
Edward E. Grosscup.
Numbsr of Convsntlons.
The political activity of the week
will not be wholly confined to Illinois,
Iowa and New Jersey, although the
[primaries in these three states riatu
rally will attract moat attention among
the politician». In several atates where
the presidential primary system has
not been adopted there will be state
conventions to name delegates to one
or the other of the national conven
tions.
. The ° f Kan . SaS a " d
b " ma wil1 h °' d «täte conventions
tomorrow, the first-named meeting at
Hutchinson and the last-named at j
Oklahoma City. No opposition exists
in cither state to the renomlnatlon of
p n . Hi(1( . Mt Wilson and the interest In
botll conventions will be confined
lnrRely lo the factional contests for
I);irty con trol.
Connecticut Republicans, following a
time-honored custom, will hold a two
day convention in Hartford, beginning
tomorrow and concluding Wednesday
The Connecticut delegates to Chicago
will be uninstructed.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE—Jacket heater, $10. Phone
2206-J.
A l;i
WANTED—Sewing by the day or hour.
A12
Phone 200-R.
FOR SALE—Two fresh milch
Phone 72-J-2.
cows.
A18
MAJESTIC RANGE In good shape.
Exchange Store, 1009 Main.
A10
FOR SALE—Furniture, electric wash
er, fruit Jars,.etc. 1516 N. 7th.
A16
TWO Vudor Porch Shades, at a good
price. Exchange Store, 1009 Main.
A10
LOST—Sunday, one fish pole, between
Boise and Arrowrock. Call 1042-J.
Alle
ROUND Dining Table, solid oak. at
*12.60. Exchange Store, 1009 Main.
A10
WANTED—Position as cook by col
VVI1I go anywhere. 819
A 16c
ored man.
Grove.
COOK STOVES and ranges at Her
furth & Niekles, 1011 Idaho. Phone
1055-W.
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WANTED—To rent, at once, 6 or 7
room house, close In; must be cheap.
Phone 2412-W.
AlOc
WANTED—A 1915 Ford car.
cash If price is right.
Realty Co., Phone 6U.
Will pay
Hub City
A10
POTATOES—SEED POTATOES.
The best of quality and varieties. Cor
ner Tenth and FYont streets. C. F.
Maxwell. AlOc
FOR RENT—Forty acres, all under
cultivation, with government water,
to rent for *150. Hub City Realty
Co., 219 Idaho Bldg. A10
MONEY TO LOAN—We have money
In any amounts to loan on good
security. Farm or city. Hub City
Realty Co., 219 Idaho Bldg.
A10
WANTED—To buy on terms, same as
rent,
house, close in on
Boise Valley line. Address 1402, Cap
AlOc
e to five acres with 6-room
Intcrurban
or
ltal News.
SEED POTATOES.
EARLY and late varieties; also choice
table potatoes. 9th and Grove, Old
Cole Grocery stand. Phone 1214-J
or write 1. B. Joplin, 308 State st.
AlOc
RELINQUISHMENT—160 acres, Mal
heur county, Oregon; can plow 90
acres; 24 miles from railroad, 8 miles
from P. O., 1%
water; cabin; sagebrush land, black
soil. Address A. F. Shultz, Mullan,
Idaho.
iles school; good
A16c
NOTICE is hereby; given that Abe
Martin severed liis connection with
The Santtex Cleaning Co. on April
8tli and that we will not be respon
sible for any bills made by him. We
will continue business as heretofore
at 809 BannotSf. Phone 325. Sanitex
Cleaning Co.
A12
WASH BOILERS.
JUST RECEIVED a shipment of wash
boilers, all tin, medium weight; for
No 8 stove, 90c each; for No. 9 stove,
*1.00 each.
THE RACKET STORE.
Kalbus Bros.
Opp. Postofflee.
A10
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE.
5-ROOM modern house on paved street
and car line. Will sell on terms or
trade for anything of equal value.
My equity in this is *1250; balance
covered by mortgage, due in three |
years, 8 per cent. Address Owner, I
P, O. Box 1394, Boise, Idaho. A10 I
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BARGAINS IN USED CAR8.
WE have on hand a number of
used cars, all of which have
been overhauled in our own re
pair shop and are In first class
running' condition. We must
have the room and have priced
these cars at bargain prices.
We will be pleased to demon
strate these cars.
1916 Overland Touring Car, mod
el 83. Electric lights and start
er. Excellent condition. Price
*600.00.
Model 16 Bulck, four passenger,
detachable tonneau, new tires
and just repainted. Price *460.00.
Two model 26 Bulcks, five pas
senger. just overhauled and re
painted. Choice *525.00.
1915 Bulck, model C/37, five pas
senger, thirty-seven horse pow
er, overhauled and repainted.
As good a car as Bulck ever
made. Price J750.00.
Bulck model 40, five passangcr,
electric lights, good condition.
Price *500.00.
RANDALL-DODD AUTO CO.
Ltd.
12th & Main Sts. Phone 1174-W.
A16
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VIOLET HORNER
The Varoatilo Star
"THE MARBLE HEART."
Today and Tomorrow.
MAJESTIC THEATER
FVank Reed Is down from the Diana
m'ne for a few days.
A. L. Green of Payette spent Sundiy
In Boise.
R. A. McKinney has gone to Donnelly
on a business trip.
Miss Gertrude Howarl of I,a Grande
Is visiting In the city. • *
M. Murphy of Garden valley la reg
istered at the Pacific.
T. L. Jones has been called to Bru
neau on legal business.
Mrs. R. Blcknell has returned from
a visit at Los Angeles.
F. Carpenter Is in the city from hie
ranch in Garden valley.
Ross Kennedy is up from Fruitland
on a short business trip.
Raymond Moore has returned from a
business trip to Salt Lake.
Mrs. Gertrude Beck Is a new arrival
in the city from Toledo. O.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Dueling are visi
tors In the city from Mountain Home,
MIbs Ruth Beattie, who has been
visiting at Twin Falls, arrived home
today.
Mrs. F. A. Geb and child left lag*
night for Hutchison, Kan., to visit rel
atlves.
N. F. Williams, a prosperous mer
chant of L&keport, Is In the city on
business.
H. C. McGregor is a Boise visitor
from Salt Lake. He is registered at
the Idanha.
Marlon Ragan Is home from southern
California, where he spent the past
three s ears.
Mrs. C. E. Bacon arrive! today from
Bostofi and Is a guest at the home of
Dana Parkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Smith are
guests In the city. They came in last
night from Wendell.
William Martin of Riverside, Cal.,
is looking over southern Idaho. He .s
a guest at the Grand.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thornhill have
returned from Los Angeles, where
tiles' spent the winter.
F. C. England and O. J. Bellwood of
Oakley are In the city. They are
guests at the Bristol.
Mrs. L. R. Allison, who has been in
the city for some time, left yesterday
on her return trip for Buffalo. N. Y.
Mrs. William Edgley and daughters
have returned from Pocatello, where
they have been visiting for some time.
Harry Shellworth has gone to Coun
cil and points In that vicinity to make
an inspection of timber for the Bolse
Payette Lumber company.
F. F. Johnson, president of the Elec
tric Investment company, has gone to
New York on business. He was ac
companied by Mrs. Johnson.
Garden, grass and field seeds. W. S.
& G. Co. 9th and Grove. Phone 323. tf
5000 ACRES
LAND
To Be Sold at
Burley, Idaho, April 22
Excursions Via
OREGON SHORT LINE
(Union Pacific System.)
Tickets on sale from points,
Pocatello to Buhl and inter
mediate, April 20, 21 and 22.
From other stations except
Salt Lake City, April 19, 20
and 21.
See agents for rates and for further
details of sale, write, i
:
D. E. BURLEY
General Passenger Agent,
Salt Lake City.
Free Instructions To-Morrow
ON FRUIT CANNING, PRESERVING, CANDY AND JELLY
MAKING.
MRS. OLIVE HAVENS
An expert In this line will give Free Instructions on Fruit Canning,
Preserving, Candy ami Jelly Making with the use of—
BEET SUGAR
Nothing to sell in connection with this demonstration. It is absolute
ly free to every woman who wishes to avail herself of these expert
Instructions. Tuesday, at the—
Golden ©ule
nmI make, it rightITO. stores
ARTHUR KACHEL
DRAMATIC ARTIST
Presenting—
The Music Master
Auspices Y. M. 0. A.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Admission 25o and 860.
April IS—8.80 p. m.
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" This b the
Kind I Want!"
Mother tried all brandi,
•he know a which if best—
know * how to get good,
wholesome bakings every
bake-day — how to lave
Baking Powder money —
avoid bake-day torrowi.
She likes the wonderful
leavening strength — fine
raising qualities—absolute
purity—great economy of
CALUMET
BAKING POWDER
Don't think the Baking
Powder you now use is best.
Try Calumet once — find
outwhat real bakings are."
Received Highest A werde
Ne<w Cook Book Free —
See Slip in Pound Can
Experienced piano mover*. Conn
ton Transfer Co. Phone 48.—Adv. tf
HIAWATHA lump, *7.50; stove, *7;
nut, *6.60. Western S. G. Co. 9 A Grove.
Ci i«sr ribe for the Caoltal Newa.

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