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rOUNG WOMAN IS
DROWNED IN THE
Runaway Team Plunged
Into Water and Mrs. Juan
Alclecoa Met Death
Body Is Found.
Mrs. Juan Alclecoa, a bride of five
onths, was drowned last night
»out 10 o'clock In the New York canal,
er body was found this morning at
,:80 o'clock by a-party of searchers
ve miles below the point where she
aa rlunged Into the water by a team
' horsee. The body was lodged against
le steel pier of a bridge and was vlsl
e from both sides of the canal,
he head and face of the woman were
imew^at bruieed, but r.ot badly, con
Serlng the distance the body was
irrted In the canal.
With her husband, a sheepherder on
le Arehabal-Cleveland ranch, Mrs.
Iclecog was coming to Boise In
rig. Her husband got out for
minute or two,
lfe to hold the team,
as waiting for his return an auto
oblle scared the horses and they
ilted. Going at breakneck epeed they
In toward the regular crossing but
stead of taking It turned south along
|e bank of the canal, where they ran
t more than 100 yards when suddenly
e buggy overturned and the horses
id woman plunged into eight feet of
(.ter. They were washed down stream ;
balnst the cement Bennett guard In j
e ditch. One of the horses went :
[rough one of the guards and was
[owned, but the other was rescued.
Scene of the Accident. !
leaving his
While she
'he accident occurred about a mile
utheast of the end of th^South Boise
r line on the Mountain Home road,
le horses were about a quarter of a
lie south of the canal when they he
me frightened and ran away,
clecoa made a desperate attempt to
,tch the team.
Mr.
Not knowing the
rses had plunged Into the canal he
n across the bridge and visited two
ces to try and find his wife, but
nd no one at home. Going back, he
trd the animals plunging in the
ter and rushed to the place, reach- j
I there at the same time as William!
woman
Help j
8 secured and one of the horses cut
se and gotten out, while the other;
8 drowned. Searchers worked half
> night in a vain effort to find Mrs. I
tlecoa's body.
nnett, who had heard
•earn and rushed to the canal.
Alclecoa ■
iled that his wife was drowned he !
apsed and was brought to the city ]
'his morning the horse which was !
wned and the buggy were taken !
When
has since hardly spoken.
m the canal and a force of men
rehed for some miles. The réclama
it service officers last night put wire
oss the ditch In several places to
ch the body.
1rs. Alclecoa was married to John
lecoa In her native land of Spain
December. With her husband she
Be to ti ls country, arriving bout
first of the year. Mr. Alclecoa is
rother-tn-law of John Arehabal, the
I known sheepman, who is doing
rythlng possible for the unfortunate
iband, who Is prostrated with grief
I has ardly spoken since the sad
ly.
Ir. Arehabal states they do not know
> was driving the machine which
red the horses, but that It did not
1 and consequently it is not known
»ther or no', the occupants knew
f had caused the sad accident,
be funeral will he held at 9 o'clock
»mow morning at St. John's cath
U. Burial will be ln SL John's
Btery.
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the aches and pains, the corns, cal
louses, blisters, bunions and chilblains.
''Tlz'' draws out the acids and pois
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ter how hard you work, how long you
dance, how far you walk, or how long
you remain on your feet, ''Tlz'' brings
restful foot comfort "Tlz" Is magical,
grand, wonderful for tired, aching,
swollen, smarting feet Ah! how com
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feet Just tingle for Joy; shoes neer
hurt or seem tight.
Get a 26-cent box of "Tlz" now from
any druggist or department store. End
foot torture forever—wear smaller
—Adv.
PUBLIC MARKET WILL
BEOPENEDTOMORROW
III THE NEW LOCATION
The farmers of the public market
held a meeting last niçht at their new
location at the Moose nail building at
the corner of Sixth and Idaho streets,
for the purpose of drawing lots for
the stalls and making other final ar
rangements preparatory to moving Into
their new home tomorrow.
With only two exceptions, all farmers
who have been in attendance at the
market in the past were present last
night and took stalls In the new mar
ket building. A spirit of optimism per
vaded the meeting, as the farmers are
enthusiastic over their new accommo
dations, and although they feel that it
would have been easier; to draw trade
In the section of the city the market
has been situated In In the past, had
they found it possible to secure large
enough accommodations to take care
of their growing membership and a
long enough lease to Justify the * nlld
ing of refrigerators and other neces
sary facilities, still they are confident
that their patrons will follow them to
the new location, which Is In Just as
attractive a part of the business sec
tion, but a little less traveled.
Carpenters have been busy for the
past couple of weeks remodeling the
building to meet the needs of the mar
ket and building counters and refrig
erators. While the first day's market
will be held at the new building to
morrow, the formal opening will not
take place until Saturday, by which
time it is expected to have everything
attractively arranged for the usual
large Saturday crowds.
Seeds, plants, etc., true to name.
W. S. & G. Co., cor. 9th and Grove.
Phone 323.
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The New Sunset.
The New Sunset Is a beauty. The
large size gives opportunity for more
artistic Illustrations.
Capital News
readers can secure a year's subscrlp
tion *° Sunset by paying for the Cap
ita! News for one year in advance,
Order by mall or telephone, 284, and
a collector will be sent.
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ANNUAL PARISH
MEETING IS HELD
St. Michael's Cathedral
pter for the Ensuing
Year Is Elected.
Cha
A large and representative gathering
of the communicante and supporters of
St. Michael's cathedral met at the
Bishop Tuttle church house last night
for their annual pariah meeting. Bishop
Funsten was present add presided. All
the reports were listened *o with Inter
est and received with applausè. Arch
deacon Alward Chamberlaine stated
that during the six months that he has
been in charge he had held 214 services,
41 celebrations of the hoJv communion,
delivered 129 sermons and addresses,
baptized 49 persons, presented IS for
confirmation, solemnized six marriages,
conducted 19 funeral services, and held
services during nine weeks at St. Mar
garet's schqpl.
W. H. Anderson made an interesting
report as financial secretary. Mrs. S. L.
Tipton reported for the first branch of
the Woman's auxiliary, and Mrs. Ed. F.
Fltzhugh for the second branch.
Mrs. Adele Bryan submitted a report
for the Daughters of the King, Miss
Blanche Fulton for the Glfls' Friendly,
and Mrs. Chamberlaine for the Junior
auxiliary. The archdeacon reported
that the Sunday school had this . ear
made an offering of 3SCU.05 for mis
sions, and that the work was In a good
condition. He also reported for the
boys' club.
The bishop next declared that nom
inations for the cathedral chapter fer
the ensuing year were In order. The
ballots being cast, the following were
elected: Robert B. Horrle, R. M. David
son, G. H. Hadkett, C. A Roe, Frank
Johnesse, W. 3eott Neal, Carl Dirks, W.
H. Anderson, Franklin L Coats, Frank
Wyman, E. A. Earner and F. W. Ford.
During the counting of the ballots
dain y refre: intents were served by
committee of wbmen from the ohurch
societies, under the leadership of Mrs.
Frank Johnesse. Miss Jackson, prin
cipal of St. Margaret's school, and Mrs.
Lucy Emery, superintendent of St.
Luke's hospital, presided at the tables
over the coffee urns. The following
women served on a reception commit
tee: Mrs. Tipton, Mrs. Morris, Miss
Sonna, Mrs. Skillem, Mrs. Fltzhugh,
Mrs. Wyman, Miss Ada Bush,
Chamberlaine, Mrs. Douglass and Airs.
Members of the Girls' Friendly
served -he refreshments.
The hall was mo t ttu-tefully decorat
ed w'th Easter liller- and apple blos
soms, and never looked more attractive
and pretty than It did on this occasion.
-Mrs.
Roe.
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[ DEATHS—FUNERALS
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Clara R. Brandtner, wife of a Nampa
railroad man, died of peritonitis this
morning at a local hospital, She had
been In the Institution but a short time,
having been brought here
for treatment.
age and la survived by a husband,
child and her mother and one sister.
The body Is to be taken to Spanish
Fork, Utah, for burial.
Store your household
Compton Transfer Co. Sanitary
house. Phone 48.—Adv.
yesterday
She was 28 years of
one
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TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE—6 pigs, two months old, 88
each; Phone 2447.
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WANTED—Man to clean Irrigation
ditches; Phone 1840-W.
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FOR SALE—Furniture at reasonable
prices; 1932 State. Phone 1874-W.
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LOST—Cats-eye stickpin; reward. P.
B. Carter, 310 Boise City Nationai
Bank Bldg.
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210,000 or any part to loan at 8
cent Interest.
Idaho Bldg.
per
Phone S64, room 604
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SHOE REPAIRING.
FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop,
tal News Bldg.
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JEWELRY REPAIRING.
A. BALLOT, pioneer watchmaker and
jeweler, at 708 Main.
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dancing.
EDWARD L. MCCARTHY, teacher of
dancing. Odd Fellows' Bldg, 1618-J.
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TO TRADE—One 6-inch Byron Jack
eon centrifugal pump, for 2% or 8
lnch pump; would prefer horizontal.
Box 20, R. F. D. No. 3, Boise. Mlo
FOR SALE—At a sacrifice Mehltn
Grand piano, almost new, splendid
action, beautiful mahogany
Phone 1007-J. T. L.
case.
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FOR SALE—6-acre tract with good
Improvements; two sets of harness,
wagon and other things too numer
ous to mention will go with place.
This place must be sold; party going
away.
News.
Address 1417, care Capital
A29c
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Choice 10
acres; 81000; terms. The best bar
gain In town In a 6-room house. We
have some relinquishments with
water; very fine soli; will trade.
McReynold* & Whitson, Idaho Bldg.
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rheumatism and lamb back
suffering don't express It Old
Scotch Liniment will relieve you at
once. Will also cure lameness and
bad sprains on a man or on a
horse. Old Sqotch Liniment Is guar
anteed to be a genuine, first-class
liniment In every respect Sold by
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Overland Drug Co»
Healthy Old Age
Brings Happiness
Simple Remedy Promotes
Health by Overcoming
Tendency to Constipation.
Advancing years Impair the action of
the vital organa. Old ag > ahould be the
period of greatest happlneaa. but good
health la necessary. cSonstipatlon
should not be tolerated—it la often the
direct causa of 111 health.
Headache, belohlng, biliousness, bloat,
drowsiness after eating and other
symptoms of constipation oan be 'read
ily relieved by the use of a simple lax
ative compound sold In drug stores un
der the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. Mr. J. B. Bristol, 1411 Qeddes
Ave„ Ann Arbor, Midi, who Is IS
years old, says "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin Is the best remedy I ever used
for constipation and I always have a
bottle of it In the house to use when
I feel the need of It; It never dlsap
polnta"
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a mild
laxative preparation, positive In Its ef
fect, acting easily and naturally with
out griping or other pain or discom
fort. For over a quarter of a century
Thé Weather.
FORECAST FOR BOISE AND VICI
NITY—Partly cloudy and occasionally
threatening weather tonight and Wed
nesday.
DAILY REPORT—Highest tempera
ture yesterday, 78; lowest temperature
this morning, 48; mean temperature
yesterday, 84.
CONDITIONS — High atmospherlo
pressure continues over the middle
west and the pressure Is moderately
high in most of the Pacific states. Low
pressure areas are apparent In the
southwest and on the Atlantic slope.
Precipitation has occurred In parts of
Oregon and Washington and from Min
nesota and Iowa eastward. The changes
In temperature have been generally un
important. Conditions are somewhat
.mettled and lndioate that the weather
In Boise and Its vicinity will be occa
sionally threatening tonight and Wed
nesday.
HIGHEST TEMPERATURE ELSE
WHERE—Boston, 44; Buffalo, 42; Chi
cago, 62; Denver, «4; Des Moines, 82;
Galveston, 70; Havre, 88; Helena, 88;
Huron, 80; Jacksonville, 86; Kansas
City, 64; Knoxville, 68; Memphis, 72;
Montreal, 68; New Orleans, 82; New
York, 56; North Platte, 66; Oklahoma,
74; Phoenix, 94; Pittsburg, 66; Poca
tello, 76; Portland, 68; St. Louis, 62;
Salt Lake, 76; San Francisco, 66; Seat
tle, 60; Spokane, 72; Winnipeg, 62;
Washington, 62,
PILLS BEST FOR LIVER
Because they contain the best liver
medicines, no matter how bitterer nau
seating for the sweet sugar coating
hides the taste. Dr. King's New Life
Pills contain ingredients that put the
liver working, move the bowels freely.
No gripe, no nausea, aid digestion. Just
try a bottle of Dr. King's New Life
Pills and notice how much better you
feel. 260. at your Druggist
Adv.
SENATOR ELLIOTT TO
CANVASS THE STATE
State Senator B. XI HSllott, aa an
nounced candidate for congressman,
subject to the will of the Republican
primaries, left yesterday for his home
In the most northern county of the
state. Boundary,
leaving th»t he proposes from now on
to conduct a vigorous campaign for
a seat in the lower house of congress
and expressed confidence that he will
be successful both at the primary and
general election. He was the only
Boundary county delegate In attend
ance at the Republican state conven
tion held at Twin Falls. Senator El
liott served In the upper house of tho
last Idaho legislature and at the prior
session was a member of the house of
representatives.
"As soon as I oan settle my business
affairs at home I propose to make a
through canvass of the state," said
Senator Elliott prior to leaving for the
north. "The Issues before the people
in the coming campaign are rapidly
He stated before
HOW TO REDUCE YOUR
WEIGHT
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A SIMPLE,, SAFE, RELIABLE WAY.
People who are over-burdened with
superfluous fat, know only too well the
discomfort and ridicule that over-stout
people have to bear.
If you are carrying around five or
ten pounds of unhealthy fat you are
unnecessarily weakening your vital or
gans and are carrying a burden which
destroys the beauty of your figure.
There is no'heed of anyone suffering
from superfluous" fat- If you want to
reduce your weight In a' simple, safe j
and reliable way, without starvation
diet or tiresome exercise, here Is a test
worth trying. Spend as much time as
you can in the open air, breathe deeply
and get from Charles L. Joy 45 Co., or
any good druggist a box of oil of kp
rein capsules; take one after each meal
and one before retiring at night
■ Weigh yourself once a week se as to
know just how fast you are losing
weight and don't leave off the treat- |
ment or even skip a single dose until
you are down to normal.
Oil of koreln Is absolutely harmless,
is pleasant to take, and helps digestion.
Even a few days' treatment has been
reported to show a .noticeable reduction
in weight footsteps become lighter,
your work seems easier and a lighter
and more buoyant feeling takes pos
session of your whole being.
Every person who suffers from sup
erfluous fat should give this treatment
a trial.—Adv.
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MR. J. H. BRISTOL,
it has been the standard household
remedy In thousands of homes. Drug
gists everywhere sell it for fifty cents
a bottle. A trial bottle of Dr. (Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin can be obtained,
free of charge, by writing to Dr. W.
B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St, Montl
oello, Illinois.
shaping themselves and we will
know definitely Just what they are to
be. It Is my purpose to discuss them
frankly during the campaign. They
are big enough to meet race to face
without quibbling and It Is my Inten
tion to meet the people and go into
them thoroughly."
During the recent state convention
at Twin Falls Senator Elliott met many
of the representative members of his
party and was satisfied with the en
couragement given him to take
an active campaign for the Important
position of representative In congress.
soon
up
MOTHER8 AND WIVES.
Of this country—those who after
months and even years of suffering,
have been restored to health
strength by that good old-fashioned
root and herb remedy, Lydia B. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound,—are the
ones who have spread the good news
of health restored, until today there 1 b
hardly a town so small that the wom
en who suffer from female all; .ents do
not depend upon Lydia E. Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound to restore health.
—Adv,
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OFF TO ATTEND THE
GENERAL CONFERENCE
Rev. and M!rs. J. D. GUlilan leave
this evening for the seat of the Meth
odist general conference at Saratoga
Springs, N. Y., a body that meets but
once In four years and Is composed
of delegates from all parts of the world.
The representatles from Idaho
three In number and are Rev. H. W.
Parker of Twin Falls, A. I. McMahan
of Shoshone and Dr. Olllllan.
great assembly will be In session dur
ing the whole of the month of Mlay.
Upon adjournment Dr. and Mrs. Oil
man will visit his brother Strickland,
the funny man. In Baltimore,
friends in Washington and then trek
through the Old Dominion state up the
Shenandoah valley, the ancestral home
of their American forebears, and
spend some weeks In Ohio. a
This le planned to be really the first
vacation these people have had in the
more than 80 busy years they have
had In these western hills. If want
ed for anything, they can be addressed
at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., care gen
eral conference.
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The
some
Why Constipation Injures.
The bowels are the natural sewerage
system of the body. When they be
come obstructed by constipation a part
the poisonous matter which they
should carry off Is absorbed Into the
system, making you feel dull and
stupid, and interfering with the diges
tion and assimilation of food. This
condition-Is quickly relieved by Cham
berlain's Tablets. Obtainable
where.—Adv.
every
T. Th. S.
—JUST IN—New shipment washable Kid Gloves at >1.19, >1.80 and >1.75 pair.
Coupon
event
Ltd.
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COUPON NO. 1—Capital News
With Every 25c
Purchase
Wednesday
at Bargain Square
COUPON NO. 4—Capital Nsws
Hospital Gauze
—Clean, fresh and whits, >6
inches wlds. Special with
SPECIAL VALUES IN EXTRA
HEAVY.
In our Drug 8undry section, other
than coupon specials we will give
FREE a week-end package of
Tooth Paste, cream, eto.
this
.5£19c
coupon . ,
Turkish
Towels at
25c
COUPON NO. 5—Capital Nsws
2 Coverall Aprons, $1
—Mads of good light or dark
pares Isa, trimmed with bias
binding and rlek-raok braid.
Aprons ha vs short sleavss and
baok baited,
with ooupon . .
COUPON NO. 2—Capital News
Get Rose Water -and
Glycerine Wednesday
—25c bottls with ooupon
—Ws were fortunate in securing
a small lot of 25 dozen extra
heavy wall woven Turkish Bath
Towels, size 22x44, that ws oan
sell at 25c saoh.
—Wish ws oould have gotten 100
dozen' instead, but market con
ditions prevent. They are the
very best Turkish Towel any
where today at 25o. Many
women, when they see them, will
want to buy large lots, so in
order that the quantity will last
all day long we are obliged to
limit the. amount of single pur
chases to not mors fhan 12.
—See thoie towels Wednesday
white you may get them
.2ferJ1
15c
for
COUPON NO. 6—Capital News
Sylvia Embroidery
Floss
COUPON NO. S—Capital News
Bring This Coupon
To our Candy ssotion Wednes
day and get an introductory
sample of our famous line of
Bunts Candies.
Is a 4-strand ootton flosa, used
especially for underwear, collars,
waists and even towels and pit
white only; 10o
low cases,
value with
2 for 15c
25c
coupon
at
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Young Men's New
Spring Suits

$15.00
Good Suits at this price made up in
the new models, the good looking Suits
and the kind that give satisfaction. In
this line we are selling a good Blue
Serge Suit that won't fade. You can't
get better satisfaction in $15 Suits than
to get one of these.
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$25.00
At this price we show the very new
est patterns and the materials are ex
cellent. You'll like them the minute
you see them. The tailoring is fault
less and the very latest models are here
in profusion. They bear the labels of
such well known makes as
Warwick
Society Brand
and Fashion Clothes
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