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DD STATE TUG
IS RECEIVED HERE
Purchased by Postmasters
of Idaho for Display at
Washington.
The handsome state nag which 1* to
bo presented to the post office depart
ment at Washington. D. C., by the post
masters of Idaho, arrived yesterday
from Kalamazoo, Mich., and i* prob
ably the finest Idaho state flag ever
made. It is of dgrk blue banner silk,
bordered w.lth yellow fringe with the
regulation state seal in the center and
beneath the words, "State of Idaho,"
worked in yellow. The flag has been
admired by many patrons of the post
office who viewed it yesterday and to
day in the lobby of the office.
Some time ago Mr. Davis received a
suggestion to ask donations from the
postmasters of Idaho to purchase a
state flag to be presented to the post
office department and used in the post
office building at Washington during
the annual services on flag day. The
donation asked, but not demanded,
ranged from 25 cents from postmasters
of fourth class offices to $1 from post
masters of first class offices. The re
sponse to the request sent out by Mr.
Davis proved the patriotism of the
postmasters of the state, as over 300
out of the 580 responded, and there
were a number who could not be
reached on account of snow blockades
when the requests were sent out.
The handsome state flag, which is
embroidered exactly alike on both sides
and made of the finest quality of silk
obtainable, cost a little more than $100.
Idaho will now have a handsome and
attractive flag In Washington and at
the annual celebration the authorities
there will not be obliged to send to
Idaho after the state flag owned by
the state, as has previously been the
custom.
CELEBRATION BY
THE ODD FELLOWS
Presley F. Horne, grand secretary
of the Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F„ is to
deliver the anniversary address at the
grand celebration of the ninety-seventh
anniversary of Odd Fellowship, which
Is to be Jointly observed by the com
bined Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges
of Boise in the Odd Fellows temple
on Friday night. The lodges partici
pating in the event are Ada lodge No. 3,
Boise lodge No. 77, Unity Rebekah
lodge No. 8, Capital Rebekah lodge No.
47. Purity Rebekah lodge No. 67 and
Ada Rebekah lodge No. 80. The pro
gram arranged for the occasion Is as
follows:
Opening ode—By members of respec
tive lodges.
Prayer—By chaplain.
Address of welcome—By William H.
Cathcart. noble grand of Ada lodge
No. 3.
Instrumental selection—Plano duet.
Recitations, vocal solos, etc.
Address and presentation of veteran
Frank Martin, past
Jewel, by Ho
grand muster, to Adolph Ballot, P. G.,
aged 54, initiated into Ada lodge No.
3, 1. O. O. F. July Sf. 1890 ; M. S. Cobb,
aged 7" initiated i to Ada lodge No.
3, I. C
.1' ire 20, 1890; Chester
69, initiated into Ada
O, O. F„ Feb. 7, 1890;
Ellswo: 1 .
lodge N- 3
J. B Taylor, aged 61, initiated into Ada
lodf.e No. 3, I. O.i . F. t Dec. 5. 1890, and
William H. Lei'nur, on behalf of Baker
Clly lodge No I. O. O. F., a 30-year
jewel He
is .nitiated into the lodge
7 ec. 9. 18S'J.
iraterrml address by Hon. Presley F.
Horne, gi^ind secretary.
Closing ode—By members of respec
lod£es.
Refreshments will be served and a
good time are
tive
pleap&nt evening and
assured.
/AH U(1J Fellows and their
dves, Re
' bekahs und their husbands and their
families are invited to attend theserv.
iocs.
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NOTICE!
Triangle Fine Arts Productions Discontinued
FAIL TO SATISFY BOISE
THEATER GOERS
The STRAND management desires to give the BEST
in Motion Pictures and after SATURDAY will show
the following—
i Week May 1st— Full Metro Program, including Mary
Page, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
Week May 8-15-22—Full Paramount Program, in
cluding Mary Page.
May 29-30-31—Paramount Program, including Mary
Page.
June 1..2, 3—Full Metro Program, including Mary
Page.
Due to earlier release date given to the Isis on PARA
MOUNT productions, the STRAND has been able to
secure the above bookings. This in no way. will inter
fere with the Isis program and will give Boise theater
goers earlier released PARAMOUNT features.
REMEMBER, OUR AIM IS TO SATISFY THE
DISCRIMINATING TASTES OF THE
THEATER PATRONS
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$50 in Gold

For a Name!
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That's What My Folks
Will Pay For a Name
For Me
Pop wants to give me one
name and ma wants an
other. They can't agree,
so they've decided to leave
it to you folks.
What do you think would
be a good name for a boy
like me? If you have one
in mind, send it in. You
might win $50.00 in Gold.
II
This boy is being used in all
Calumet Baking Powder adver
tisements.
Each person is entitled to sug
gest only one name.
Simply mail your name in reg
ular envelope under 2c atamp,
giving your full name and ad
dress.
Contest positively closes at 6 P.
M., May 1st.
If a number of people submit
the same name, the prize will
be divided between the two who
get their names in first.
Address all letters to
Name Contest Manager
Calumet Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, ! '•
FOUR SCHOOLS WILL
COMPETE TOR HONORS
Boise, Ontario, Payette and Moun
tain Home high schools have entered
teams to participate in the southwest
ern Idaho track meet to be held on the
Boise barracks grounds tomorrow
afternoon commencing at 2:30 o'clock.
•The meet will result in a track team
being selected to represent this part
of the state in the interstate high
school track meet to be. held under the
auspices of the University of Idaho at
Moscow next month. For that reason
the competition is keen and the var
ious high schools entered will attempt
to qualify their best athletes so that
they can be selected to go to Moscow.
The events to be pulled off at the
meet include distance running and
sprints, high and broad jump, hurdles,
pole vault, shot and hammer put, jave
lin throw, etc. Ontario enters the meet
by Invitation. Boise lost to Ontario
in a dual meet this spring and the
webfooters are looked upon as contend
ers for titles who are not to be dis
counted by the members on other
teams.
Fertilizers for lawns, garden, fields.
W. S. & G. Co. Phone 32$. 9th and
Grove.
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ALL B READY FOR
WRESTLING BOUT
McCarroll I? in Excellent
Condition to Meet "Pet
Brown.
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Th* Brown-McCarroll wrestling card
ready for the curtain tomorrow
night. Promoter Nick Collin* an -1
nounced today that all detail* have !
been attended to, the ticket* are on
sale and going weif, those who are
scheduled to participate are in the best
of condition and the prospect* are for
large crowd of the faithful present to
take In the program. ,
Frank McCarroll, who has been over
in eastern Oregon, arrive. 4 in the city 1
this afternoon. McCarroll declare* he
is in the best of condition und should
be able to take care of his opponent in
the handicap match. That McCarroll !
will deliver the best he ha* in tb<: I
wrestling art fans l.now. He is one of i
the best men In this part of the coun
try and it is freely predicted Ly fans!
that to pin his shoulders to the mut. ;
Pet Brown will have to use about every |
thing he ha g as a grappler.
The rivalry between Ray Brewster
and "Babe" Brown, who go on in one of
the preliminaries, means that their
match will hold the attention of the
fans. Both boys are training hard for
the event and are confident of securing
a fall. They are clever amateurs and
have surprised even their instructors
by the manner in which they have tak
en up the fine points of the game. Nick
Collins and Lynne McKelth, of Me
Keith's Ferry, stage the semi-final'
match. Collins has not had an oppor
tunity to show with some wrestler in
his class. McKeith is said to be able
to give the local physical instructor a
real workout.
The bags to be used in the battle
royal have been secured and are now
going through a process of water and
wind treatment to put them in shape
for a real lively time tomorrow night.
A number of local bo>s will be used to
stage the battle. It is usually a very
amusing card and will be no exception
to the rule tomorrow.
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4- Baseball Results. 4»
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AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet.
Cleveland . . ..
Boston.
New York ....
St. Louis .
Washington . .
Detroit.
Chicago.
Philadelphia . .
4
.686
8 5
6 4
5 6
.615
.600
.500
6
.45
• 455|
.42»
.300
5 6
6 8
3
7
Yesterday's Games.
R. H. E.
0 4 4
» 11 0
McHale, Gregg and Agnew; Markle
and Nunamaker.
At New York
Boston.
New York .
At Cleveland
(Ihtcago.
Cleveland.
R. H. E.
8 11 0
5 8 0
Biott, Wolfgang and Lapp; Coveles
kie, Bagby and O'Neill.
At Washington—
Philadelphia
Washington
Bush and
R. H. E.
3 7 0
2 5 1
Myer; Gallia, Bentley,
Boehling and Henry.
At St. Loyis—
postponed; rain.
Dctroit-St. Louis game
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won Lost
Philadelphia .
Chicago . . . .
Boston.
St. Louis ...
Cincinnati . .
Brooklyn . . .
Pittsburg . . .
New York ..
.750
... 6
4
.600
4 3
6 5 .545
6 6 .500
3 3 .500
.571
.364
4
1 6 .143
Yesterday's Games.
At Chicago—
PittBburg.
Chicago .
Adams and Schmidt;
Prendergaet and Fischer.
R. H. E.
3 4 1
6 10 2
Lavender,
At Philadelphia
Brooklyn .
Philadelphia . , ....
Cheney, Marquard and Miller: Alex
ander, Oeschger and Burns.
R. H. E.
6 10 1
3 5 3
At Cincinnati—St.
game postponed; rein.
Louis-Cincinnati
At Boston—New York-Boston game
postponed; ruin.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. .
Won Lost Pet.
13 » .591
Oakland . .
Vernon ....
Los Angeles
13 10 .565
11 10 .524
Ban Francisco .11 ]2 .478
Balt Lake .
Portland . .
_ 8 9 .471
-7 13 .850
Yesterday's Gams*.
At Los Angeles—
Oakland.
Los Angeles ...
Prough and Elliott; Scoigins, Hogge
and Boles.
At Ban Francisco—
Balt Lake .
Ban Francisco .
Ftttery snd Hannah: Steen and Se
pulveda.
At Portland—
Vernon.
Portland.
Quinn and Whaling; Bothoron and
Fisher. Game called In seventh; rain.
R. H. E.
..«91
.16 4
R. H. E.
.... 592
2 8 0
R. H. E.
4 « 1
2 7 2
WESTERN LEAGUE.
At Sioux City—Sioux City. 4: Dee
Moines. 8.
At Wichita—WlchlU, 8; SL Joseph.
At Topeka—Topeka, 1; Denver, 8.
It'* th* B**t Placs After AM.
SPECIAL PURCHASE
La Marquise
Corsets
Goes on Sale
FRIDAY
On Bargain Square for
FRIDAY
^^WBfThoHpnrt
Jituk&s
Japanese
Lunch
Cloths
Sts.
The Importance of Footwear Entitles It to
Unusual Consideration These Days
—Women throughout
the vicinity will wel
come this announce
ment.
—50 new, fresh, La Mar
quis* Corset* in 0 of thi*
spring* most up-te-datp
models will be pieced en
sale FRIDAY MORNING
at the sal* price of
98c
—Footwear must be smart as the REST OF
YOUR COSTUME and is almost of first consequence in
your wardrobe this season.
—STYLE in FOOTWEAR is as.apparent as
QUALITY when you select from our stocks.
—PRICES are varied enough to accommodate
every purse—VARIETY of styles enough to meet any taste.
—and not the least of these is FIT—that is
assured, when you wear MODE FOOTWEAR.
—50 - inch ^square
lunch cloths in hand
some Japanese
floral patterns, with
hamstitehad borders >n
blus or whits. Ths de
signs in beautiful blues, all
fast celers.
These lunch cloths nrs
just th* thing for informal
tsas, etc. Got thsm Friday
at, aach
$2.98
Many New Styles in High
& Low Shoes Just Received
—They are mad* sf whit#
or brocaded coutil and pink
brocade.
—There are 4 regular mod
ela and 2 model* for stout
figures. Six styles in all.
—Come EARLY or your
tito will bo gone. Every
oorset a bargai
98c
—We'll be proud to show you the "MARCEL
I a A" just received In a recent shipment from J. & T. Cou
sins. It is a swagger high top shoe made in a combination
.of mahogany kid with a white washable, kid. In lace style
only. This shoe is a typical style of the trend in sh*ie
fashion and should be seen before its lines and colors are
fully appreciated. Get a fitting this week. Price $10.03.
—More ''Pom-Pom'' models arrived. These
button shoes have been one of the most favored styles
shown in Boise this spring. The style is conservative yet
distinctive. Made of mahogany kid, with S-inch top. It's a
beautiful shoe. Price $9.00.
F riday Specials
Rippelettes
$ 2.98
at
Friïay Specials
Bleach Muslin
—Best quality and all fust
colors.
and require no
when . made up.
Special, yard—
30 inches wide,
ironing
Friday —
This is the New "Crown" Pump
—Standard quality full
bleached yard wide mus
lin—especially priced for
Friday only at. yard—
lie
o.
— Note the graceful line*. Yau just knew
a pump like this will FIT prov ided pumps
are your favorite footwear. 'Just come in
and let your foot FEEL the comfort of
the "CROWN." It is made by Cousins and
has all the style Fifth Avenue boasts of.
—The "CROWN" pump com** in light
gray kid with Louis leather covered heels
at $7.00.
—The tame in bright black .kid with
ccllulotd covered Louis heels at $4.60.
SIX OTHER MODELS
in Cousin's Pumps are also In—styles that ara bound to
please. Fashioned on popular lasts in patent and bright
kid leathers and priced at $5 and $5.50.
—ONE of the new styles in an OYSTER GREY pump with
light soles and covered Louis heels, at $5. De sure to see it.
O
o
r
8c
O
Apron Checks

O*
o
(limit of 15 yards to a
customer)
—Good old Amoskeiiii
apron chock gingham, 82
inches wide and fast col
ors, of course. Extra wide.
In blue and white; and
black and white checks
only at the special uri 'e
for Friday only, yard—
,o>
o*
tr
ce
For Kimonos
and House Dresses
9
cf
—We offer for Friday only
regular 25v kimono and
house dress patterns • In
Windsor BLISSES, at yard
10c
18c
A Score of Styles in Boots and Pumps
Marceline
—To emphasize supremacy, variety and qualities of Mode's Footwear we list a
number of up-to-the-minute styles in white end colored Boots and Pumps.
—8-inch top pourl gray lace boot at
$7.00 pair.
—8-inch oyster gray lace boot, with
Louis heel nt $6.50.
—All white washable kid boots al $6.50
pair.
—Cousins Boots with mahogany kid
vamps and white washable kid tops at
$ 10 . 00 .
-9-inch topped all mahogany Button
Boots at $9.00.
is the nume of a very fini
quality of mercerized
NAINSOOK,
suitable for the making of
summer undermiislins.
— Marceline is 36 inches
wide and comes neatly
packed In 10-yard bolts.
Special price for Friday,
per bolt, only .
Percales
—All white washable kid lace boots at
$ 10 . 00 .
—All white high top reighnsktn lace
hoots at $4.00.
—All white high top reighnskln lace
boots at $6.00.
-Black glscsd kid pump with white
cut out vamps at $4.00 pair.
—Oyster gray pumps at $5.00 pair.
—There is one place to come for Wo
men's, Misses and Children's Foot
wear—The Mode.
Especially
—The best quality in yard
fast
colors in light and dark
•pattern.', of neat stripes
and figures.
—2 lots specially priced
for Friday to sell at, yard
ido
Percales — all
12c - 15 c
$1.49
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Louisville-Kansas
At Louisville
City; rain.
At Columbus — Columbus-Bt. Paul:
wet grounds. .
At Toledo—Toledo, 1; Minneapolis. 3. |
At Indianapolis—Indianapolis, 8; Mil- j
waukee, 3.
Seeds, plants, etc., true to name.
W. S. A G. Co., cor. 9th and Grove.
Phone 323.
Store your household goods with
Compton Transfer Co. Sanitary ware
house. Phone 48.—Adv.
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DRESS WARM AND
KEEP fEET DRY
I
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers
to Take Salts and Get
Rid of Uric Acid.
Rheumatism is no respecter of age,
sex. color or rank. If not the most dan -
gerous of human afflictions it is one
of the most puinful. Those subject to
rheumatism should cat less meal, dress
us warmly us possible, avoid uny un
due exposure und, above all, drink lots
of pure water.
Rheumatism is caused by uric sold
which Is generated in the bowels and
barbed into the bloqd. It is the func
tion of the kidneys to filter this acid
Jrom the blood and cast it out in the
urine; the pores ât the skin sr* also,
of freeing th# blood of thie
in damp and chilly. Cold
weather the skin pores are closed thus
forcing the kidneys to do double work.!
eak and sluggish and!
fall to eliminate this uric acid which
keeps accumulating and circulating
through the system, eventualy settling,
111 the joints und muscles causing stiff
ness, soreness and pain called rheuma
tism.
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounce« of Jad Salts; put u tablespoun
ful In a glass of water and drink before
breakfast each morning for u week.
This Is said to eliminate uric add by
stimulating the kidneys to normal ac
tion. thus ridding the blood of those
Impurities.
Jad Salt* is Inexpensive, harmless
and Is made from the acid of grapes
and )*mon juice, combined with llthia
and Is used with excellent results by
thousands Sf folks who are subject to
rheumatism. Here you have a pleas
ant, effervescent llthla-watar drink
which overcomes uric acid and Is bene
ficial to your kidneys if well.— A4».
, !
a means
impurity.
they become
Majestic Theater-Today Only
5 AND 10 CENTS-ADMI88ION-5 AND 10 CENT8
HELEN HOLMES
The Fight at the Station
Guaranteed Thrills, Fun and
Amusement in This Greateet sf
All Railroad Start**
'•THE GIRL AND THE GAME'
HOUSE PETERS
—in—
'The Hand of Peril'
Positively an Evolution in ths
Field of Motion Picture Photog
raphy—A Clean Detective Drama
Painless Dentistry
scientifically performed
iby:
Nerve Blocking
Dr. F. W. Crichfitld. Falk Bldg.
•~wrrTi.
BeginningMondayMayl
STRAND THEATER WILL CHANGE PROGRAM EVERY MONDAY J
AND THUR8DAY—ONLY TWO CHANGE8 EACH WEEK
Th* Great 8erisl
"THE STRANGE CASE OF MARY PAGE"
Will Run Thrs# Days—Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
MMWMMMMMM MM MWMMMMMM M MMMMMMWMMWMMMhARRIMMMtRRfMWMMMMMM
WILLIAM L. ALLEN, M. D.
SPECIALIST—PRIVATE AND CHRONIC DISEASES OF MEN
201 -4 MeCgrty Ridg., Seise, Idahe.
Practice limited to th# treatment of the ailments of men. I treat by
scientific method# Nervous Diseases, Ntrvous Debility, Kidney snd Blad
der, all Urinary and Chronic Private Diseases of Men. Vartcoqple, Hydro*
cei*. stricture* and Prostatje Troublai treated by the moat up-to-date
methods.
Consultation FREE.
Off less 201-4, MeCarty Bldg, Boisa, Idaho.
Ansco Cameras
Ansco Films
Cyko Paper
M'CRUM DRUG CO.
Sonna Block.
First Comer Gets a Snap
Whs buys the on* piano advertiser
, aach Sunday by
WISE PIANO HOUSE
807 IDAHO 3T.
Choice Spring Lamb
Boise Butcher Co.
811 Idaho St.
Phans 59.
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A dandy Upright Piano, slightly used
ssld by smalt dealers for $350, soil
$125. $5 down end $6 por month.
HOMS OF THI \
CNICKCRINS FIANO
822-824 IDAHO 8T.
The Idan-h
LEAPING HOTEL OF BOISE
European Plan,
In th* «enter sf everything
Csmmsrsial and Stsekmsn'i
Headquarter*.
FIRST-GLASS CAFE
Cgfstsria and a la cart* servie»
Lunsh, It to 2.
Dinner, 5 tb 8 p. m.
Rat«*, withsut bath, $1.08 up. Wli
bath, $130 up,
ROBERT AIRMAN, Manafl ar.
THE BRISTOL.
BOISE'S POPULAR HOTEL.
European Pun.
Complete in «vary detail
Dally rats« 7«e to $1.8«.
Weekly Rates: 88.8$ up.
Erseial rate* te permanent tuasi
M. PARSONS. Manager.
HOTEL GRA
EOISE'S NEWEST HOT«
Commercial M a os Head qua
Most Attractive Lobby is U»
StriotlF Madam.

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