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O sole mio" by Caruso
A charming waltz by Kreisler
A new Sousa march by Sousa's Band
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and 85 others including
10 beautiful instrumental selections
10 lively new dance records
10 charming concert numbers
16 choice popular songs
2 exquisite symphony movements
4 magnificent operatic arias
6 instructive educational records
4 excellent gospel hymns
3 stirring band numbers
5 humorous songs and sketches
2 entertaining childreif s records
Hear these new Victor Records today at any Victor dealer's.
He will gladly give you a complete descriptive list and play any
music you wish to hear.
Victors and Victrolas $10 to $400.
Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J.
New Victor Record* demonstrated at all deolm oa (In 28th of each monüf
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Important warning.
Victor Records
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played only with Victor
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Stylus on Victors
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Under the Capitol Dome
Major Woodson Jeffreys and Lieu
tentnt Max B. Garber, instructor-ln
Bpeotor of the Second infantry, Idaho
National Guard, will leave tomorrow
fer Payette, where they will attend a
competitive drill to be given by Com
pany I.
H. E. Godwin, assistant general
freight agent of the Oregon Short Line
Railroad compi ny, arrived in the city
from Sait Lake on company business
and today is the guest of Joel L. Priest,
general agent of that road. They called
at the state house.

The "Governcr's Limited" pulled out
from the Interurbun station this morn-;
ing with rnor and Mrs. Alexander
and Lieutenant Governor and Mrs.
Taylor on board. They went to Cald
well to attend the Oregon trail cele
bration.
Mason. Ehrman & Co. today filed
with the secretary of state a designa
tion of agent, naming J. D. Buell of
Lewiston as Its Idaho agent. It is an
* Oregon corporation. Articles of in
corporation were filed by the Rexburg
Real Estate Abstract company, of Rex
burg, capitalized fo- $10,000. The di
rectors are namel as S. Cardon, George
William H. Griffith Jr.,
D. Cardon,
Frank Turner and E. L. Walker.
For the purpose of stimulating car
tAtr* ralievA thIF Wésëfit-car
shortage the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad and the Northern Pacific
railroad made application to the public
utilities commission to increase demur
rage charges to $2 after the first five
days cars are held on the tracks. This
arrangement is to be in effect until
June 15, 1916.
Dr. E. L. Simonton of Wendell, who
forwarded to the state bacteriologist
the head of a coyote, was notified that
the animal suffered from rabies.
Evan Evans, chairman of the Repub
lican state centra! committee, who has
been in Boise since the recent Repub
lican state convention at Twin Falls,
left today for his home at Orangeville.
Ben Bush, former state land ap
pralser for Idaho In the northern part
of the state, is In the city today on
business matters. Mr. Busli makes his
headquarters at Moscow.
The farm markets bureau has many
calls for irrigators—men who have had
experience in the irrigation of farms.
Application should be made to the de
partment at its headquarters at the
state house, "he department Is also in
receipt of calls for young married
couples without children for farm work.
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Publication of the fact the farm mar
kets bureau was endeavoring to place
a woman who met with family mis
fortune and he • child in some good
home, resulted in a deluge of applica
tions from many people willing and
even anxious to take cafe of her.,
sr women who a.-e willing to 1W be
5 $
work may be placed with some of the
applicants if they will send in
names or call personally at the de
ment.
their
part
The state land board reduced the
acreage in the Keating Carey act proj
ect in Lemhi county from 10,200 tc 4000
acres yesterday afternoon on applica
tion of P. B. Carter, William I., li
Charles I* Beebe and W. C. Cam
officers of the Keating Carey ,
company. It was found that the
ply of water available would not
gate ihe original segregation,
state engineer was directed to ma
examination of the project,
to the effect that no further paten
Issued to entrymen under the
Falls North Side project was lost,
tiers who desire patent may o
them on application. The board g
ed an application for right of wa
public highway across lands ln E!
county to E, Himebaugh, P. A. Walrath,
A. W. Folleijsbee and others a. the
minimum price of $10 per acre.
wine,
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Judge Charles P. McCarthy of the
Third judicial district court, wtio is
hearing ti e suit of the state of daho
against the National Surety company
to recover on O. V. Allen's $200,000
bond, took under advisement the
tlon for non-suit made by counsi
the company at the close of the hear
ing late yesterday. Further hearing in
the case was postponed to May 6. The
grounds for the rqotlon for non-suit
was that the stats had failed to prove
any of It* allegations. The defense put
T. E. Munhali and Tf. Smallwood c
stand yesterday afternoon. Col
mo
si for
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eman
and Allen were recalled by the state for
rebuttal and both the state and defense
rested. If the motion to non-suit Is
denied argument will be submitted to
the court May 6.
URGES FORD AS
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Rudolph Spreckels.
Rudolph Spreckels. San Francisco
multi-millionaire, is going about tho
country urging Republicans to nomi
nate Henry Ford of Detroit for presi
dent on a peace anc anti-prepared
ness platform. Spreckels was a
strong Wilson man four years ago,
but he says tha president has become
a "militarist" and he oaa support
him no longer.
PLANTS.
sweet potatoes, etc.
9th and Grove.
Early cabbage, tomatoes.
W. S. & G. Co.,
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A meeting of *he boys and girls of
St. John's parish will be held at St.
John's hall Saturday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock.
There will be a special meeting of the
Saturday Fortnightly club tomorrow at
the home of Mrs. Willsie Martin, 1020
State street.
Joseph Wasson, who underwent an
operation for appendicitis at St. Al
phonsus hospital on Tuesday, is re
ported to be improving nicely.
The Ladles of the G. A. R. witl meet
tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Each member
is requested to take some note of in
terest from the life of U. S. Grant.
Judge and Mrs. J. H. Richards, Mrs.
Charles Himrod and Mrs. Rosa Bruce
left last evening for Portland to at
tend a Christian Science association
meeting.
Button L. French of Moscow, former
congressman from Idaho, arrived In the
city this afternoon and will spend sev
eral days here meeting his many
friends after an absence of two years.
Judge Dietrich yesterday made an
order for the sale of 25 cases of con
densed milk seized at Sandpotnt last
fall because the labels failed to state
the amount of the contents. A default
in the case was entered some time ago.
The county commissioners will to
morrow canvass the vote of the recent
$200,009 bond election for building good
roads in the country. Highland pre
cinct returns came in last evening and
the vote was reported to be eight in
favor of the bonds and three against.
A luncheon in honor of Sar.tar.elli,
the psychologist, who opens an en
gagement at the Pinney theater Mon
day, will be given at the Boise Com
mercial club Tuesday at noon. The
distinguished visitor will speak upon
the topic, "The Laws of Barter
Trade."
At the Lutheran church service will
be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the Eng
lish language. On Sunday Rev. O. B.
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The measurements ol this young
woman, whose home is at Savannah.
Georgia, show her tc be ho almost
perfect counterpart of the famous
statue of the venue de Milo, for
many generations considered the
acme of feminine perfection.
Hanson, of Salt I-ake, will preach at
11 a. m. in Swedish. At 8 p. m. services
will be held in English, when Rev. Han
son and Rev. Luther Cornay will
preach.
Judge and Mrs. S. Hawarth, with Dr.
H. H. and Rev. Minnie J. Dickinson re
ceived the glad news of the birth of
their first grandchild, a boy, Howard
Earle, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs.
Earle H. Hawarth of Challls. Mrs.
Earle Hawarth was formerly Miss
Carol Dickinson of Boise.
Joe Plaisted, the well known railroad
man and wool buyer, is again in the
railroad service and Is now connected
with the Milwaukee line as livestock
agent. He arrived here this morning
from the east on official business. Mr.
Plaisted states his territory covers the
whole world except Europe and Mex
lco.
Clarence Nicholas, who was arrest
ed yesterday by Chief Parker, upon the
charge of disturbing the peace, had a
partial hearing this morning and upon
his own request It was continued until
tomorrow morning. After the witnesses
for the state had testified Nicholson
requested that Dr. Chalfant be called
to testify In his behalf. It Is believed
the man Is mentally unbalanced.
The case of the Northwestern Liquor
company versus E. W. Williams was
dismissed by Judge Carl Davis today,
a stipulation having been made by the
attorneys under which the cross com
plaint of the defendant, charging that
certain liquor purchased by him was
diluted and drugged was also dis
missed and It was ordered that the
stock held by the sheriff be turned over
to the plaintiff.
The street department under the su
pervision of Councilman A. V. Eichel
berger, Is putting in a playground and
ball park in South Boise. A block of
land for the playground was given to
the city by W. T. Booth and the city
teams are now ploughing and leveling
the ground and getting it in flrst-clasa
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
VF.EDOL Lubricating oil at Boise Auto
Supply, 1009 Main.
A28
WANTED—One ton of baled alfalfa
hay. Phone 2336-J.
A28
BUY your wall tint in bulk and save
money at Kimery's, 816 Idaho St.
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MAJESTIC range in fine shape, good
as new, $40. Exchange Store, 1009
Main. A28
BUY your aluminum ware, granite, tin
and galvanized at Kimery's, 816 Ida
ho St.
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DANDY modern 4-room furnished
house. Inquire 403 O'Farrell or Phone
282-J.
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STRAYED—Black mare, with halter
and picket rope on. Finder Phone
66-R-l. A28e
AUTO LIVERY.
OUT-OF-TOWN trips, careful driver;
1406 Main. .Phono 1394.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
HARRY S. KESSLER, 919-21 Empire.
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LOST—Black leather wallet containing
receipts and gentleman's gold ring.
Reward. Call 1640-R.
A30c
SOLID OAK china closet, round glass,
cost new $36, our price, $15. Ex
A28
change Store, 1009 Main.
business;
FOR SALE—Nice little
growing and making good money;
$450 will handle it. E. C. Laugh
lln & Co., 921 Bannock.
A30
RETAIL headquarters for United
States .Goodrich and Pennsylvania
auto tires at Boise Auto Supply, 1009
Main. Send us your mall orders.
A28
WANTED—To sell, restaurant, good
location, near O. S. L. depot. Rea
son for selling poor health. For par
ticulars write Booster Cafe, Dubois,
M5c
Idaho.
NOTWITHSTANDING the fact that
wall paper is going higher each day,
we have a large stock and can take
care of all your wants.
816 Idaho St.
Kimery's,
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$500 CASH takes best business in
Boise. Clearing $J25 monthly; grow
ing rapidly; no competition; suit
able for either sex, young or old; ill
health only reason for sacrifice or
selling at all; act quickly. Address
Box 573, Boise, Ida.
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FOR SALE—Two new 600
gallon Studebaker water
wagons; cheap and ready
for delivery.
Boise.
Ed Ostner,
M-80
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FOR SALE—REAL BARGAINS.
Five acres 144 miles from Eagle; good
water right; 1 acre family orchard,
bearing, 4 acres blue grass pasture;
3-room box house, barn and
Price only $1325.
D-room modern bungalow. Hardwood
floor, French and plate glass doors.
Better look into
well.
Price only $2860.
this. Hutj City Realty Coy., 219 Ida
ho Bldg. Phone 60.
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Clean Cut Propositions.
40 ACRES, 444 miles from Glenns
Ferry, same from King Hill; IS acres
fine alfalfa, balance cleared; mellow'|
loamy soil, abundance water, $59 per
acre; want Boise property.
GOOD mortgage of $4000 on 240 acres
land near Orchard Heights, Nampa,
for sale.
McClellan-Hooblsr Land Co,
A30
CANDY TOMORROW.
bpecial again, all gum 2 for 5c. Salt
ed peanuts, a pound, 10c; Jelly beans,
a pound. 15c; lemon drops, a pound,
15c; chocolate fudge wafers, a pound,
15c; peanut brittle, a pound, 16c;
peanut squares, a pound, 16c bore
hound drops, u pound, 15c; chocolaté!
covered carmcls, half pound, 10c;
fresh toasted marshmallows,
pound, 10c. A special lot of comic
post cards, ifteluding also some Boise
views, 10 for 5c.
THE RACKET STORE.
Kalbuz Bros.
Halt
Opp. P. O.
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condltion. Benjamin U. Oppenheim
and Walter 8. Bruce were Instrumental
In securing the park and having It put
in condition tor a playground.
Notice of appeal from the decision
of Judge C. P. McCarthy In granting
a non-suit in the $36,0 00 damage suit
of Helen A. McKenna versus Leo P.
Orunbaum and the Studebaker com
pany, was filed In the district court
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. McKenna
brought suit against the Studebaker
company and Mr. Grunbaum because of
the death of her husband, who fell
down a dark elevator shaft in the
Studebaker building, owned by Mr.
Grunbaum.
Because of Injuries she received
Sept. 7, 1915, in an automobile acci
dent near Pine, Hester M. Spnckman,
a teacher, has filed suit against. Perry
Vlrgll and Jessie B. Baker In the sum
of $7500. In her complaint she al
leges carelessness on the part of Ba
ker, the driver of the machine in
whlch she was a passenger, and asserts!
that he w f ent to sleep or was dozing
and drove the machine, off the road
and that It turned over pinning her be
neath until 6 o'clock in the morning.
She says she received injuries which
will be permanent. Harry S. Kessler
Is attorney for the plaintiff.
PATTERNS CANDY
We have the agency for the New I SPECIAL
Idea Pattern the only seam- IAJ MHk chocolate,
allowing pattern sold at- I UL w(th cherry
j center; fresh
made; Satur
day,
pound .
3 Cones
Ice Cream .
Subscribe for the
WOMEN'S
MAGAZINE
For a limited time
we will take sub
scriptlons for the
tVomen's Maga
zine for one
year
at . .
21c
35c
5c
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SATURDAY SPECIALS
Millinery Department
Miscellaneous Specials
Triangle Sedar Oil Mop and large
riize bottle Cedar Oil,
Saturday .
4-gullon Stone Jar, the right size for
packing eggs; Saturday,
each.
The "Perfect" Vacuum Carpet
Sweeper, fully guaranteed to give
satisfaction, Saturday, 0Q QQ
each . ^UiOO
You will find here the newest
style hat shapes in the large Sail
ors—black, white and the leading
shades at our usual low prices.
We are now showing a large as
sortment of the new Sport Hats;
r"':*!"" $1.25**1.75
39c
43c
Wash Goods
38-inch Organdies in floral and
stripe patterns,
yard .
36-inch Beach Cloth in white
and colors, yard .
40-inch Voiles in black, white and
all the leading shades,
yard.
Imported Novelty Tissues, special
for Saturday,
yard.
Electric Iron
19c
644-lb. Electric Fiat Iron, guaran
teed to give satisfaction; OO yC
special value at . V
We carry a complete assortment of
Flush Lights, marked to sell at our
usual low prices.
18c
23c
15c
Garden and Lawn
Supplies
Women's Underwear
6-ply Rubber Hose, guaranteed:
60-foot, complete.
$4.50
Brass Nozzles, QC«
each .www
Clincher Hose Menders, OK#»
4 for. 4ÜU
Hose Clamps,
2 for ..
Hose Couplings.
Garden Trow els . . ,5c, 10c and 15c
Women's summer Vests, the cumfy
cut styles or square neck
styles trimmed, 3 for ...
Women's fine ribbed Vests, silk
taped, special value,
2 for.
Women's Union Suits, taped neck
and arms; sizes 36 to 44,
suit.
Women's fine ribbed Union Suits,
silk taped, special value
for
25c
35c
5c
15c and 20c
25c
Lawn Mowers, ball bearing; 4
knives, 9%-inch wheela-r
14-inch size
16-inch size
18-inch size
33c
$6.75
$7,00
.$7.10
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Corsets
The ''Miller"
:eed not to rust.
»me good values at—
50c, 6»o, 89c and $1.49
3pecial values in the Miller Front
Luce Corsets at $1.98 and $1.19.
Corsets are guaran
We are showing
Toys
We carry in stock a complete line
of Toys for this season of the year.
We suggest Sand Pails. Garden ssts,
Dolls and all kinds of games.
Men's Department
Dinnerware
42-piece set of American semi
porcelain Dinnerware, white with
gilt band,
per set .
42-piece set American Dinnerware
with a neat blue pattern und blue
line; special,
per set . - .,
42-piece set American Dinnerware.
moss rose pattern with
gilt and green line, per set
Men's Athletic Union Suits,
special value, suit.
Men's Balbriggan or Mesh
Union Suits, suit ..
Boys' summer Union
Suits ..
Boys' blue denim bib Overalls; dou
ble seat and knees; size 4
lo 15 years.
Men's Work Shirts, made of
Amoskeag qhambray.
39c
$3.69
48c
25c
49c
45c
$4.39
SHOE DEPARTMENT
Girls' Oxfords
Women's Shoes and
Oxfords
Girls' Baby Doll, patent leather Ox
fords, Walton make—
Size 6 to 8 Vé.
pair.
Size 9 to 1144,
pair.
Size 12 to 2%,
pair /.
Bize 3 to 7,
pair.
Special values in Women's Patent
Shoes, cloth top, high
heal, sises up to 6, pair .
Women's black kid Oxfords, with
two straps, #4 fifi
pair. $1,90
Women'* patent Oxfords, Oft Cfi
three straps, pair.WfcivU
.$1.15
.$1.35
.$1.65
$ 2.00
$1.98
Boys' Shoes
Boy Scout Shoes of brown elk
leather—
Size 9 to 134»,
pair.
Size 1 to 2,
pair.
Size 244 to 6,
Pair.
Men's Shoes
$1.49
Men's heavy tan work Shoes, solid
made; special value
at.
Men's gunmetal dress Shoes in lace
or button; special value $2.98
.$2.75
.$1.65
.$1.95
Ready to Wear Department
Waists
Muslin Underwear
A new assortment of Waists just
arrived.
Women's Embroideried Jap Silk
Waists, embroidered organdie
waists and fancy mercerised stripe
waists; special value
Women's Muslin Gowns, slip-over
style, embroidery and lace trimmed,
with ribbon beading,
special . , ..
.59c
$ 1.00
Middies
at
Women's and Misses' Middles of
gulatea and beach cloth; a number
of different styles to select • 4 Aft
from; special, each . $ I tUU
Special values In Misses* Middies,
size 14 to 20 ydars; neatly
made; priced at .
Guaranteed pure handkerchief linen
Waists in plain white, also white
with colored trimmings, Aft n r
special value..
59c
Children's Dresses
Children's percale and gingham
Dresses: sise 2 to 6 years; special
value at 26c, 39c and 4§c.
Girls* Dresses made or good quality
gingham; size 6 to 14 years; special
value at Me and 89c.
House Dresses
Women's percale House Dresses;
dark and light blue and grays;
neatly made; special
value .
89c
Cream'» Only Rival
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Made in Idefcn
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RESIDENCE BADLY
DAMAGED BY FIRE
The residence of Barney Light a$
219 Flume street, was damaged by fire
to the extent of several hundred dollars
which
Iteved to have been caused by defeet
lve electric wiring. His loss Is cov
ered by insurance,
Part of the fire fighters from Central
station prev ented the total destruc
Ho» of the house,
The blaze.
today.
at noon
burned off the roof of the house, is be
Good work on the
At 9:55 o'clock this morning the cen
tral firemen were called to the Boise
and Grove
had
stone yard at Fourth
streets. An overheated stove
caused a blaze In the office but it was
extinguished before the apparatus ar
rived. No damage was done.

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