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JNS IN PRICES
ON GRAIN MET
redictions of Lighter
World Shipments Have
a Bullish Effect.
Ichicago. April 29.—Snow and rain
[the northwest, threatening a further
Irtailment of the spring crop acreage,
[ought about decidedly higher prices
I the w heat market here. There were
to predictions of lighter world ship
pnts and it was apparent, too, that
le bullish sentiment had been em
[usizeri by assertions that the Ger
Itn note would he favorable to the
Intentions of the United States,
fcening prices, which ranged from He
■ %/■ higher, with May 1.13% to %
Id July 1.1 SU to %, were followed by
[tensive additional gains.
[The close was unsettled % to 1% net
fcher. Closing prises:
[Wheat—May. 1 13%; July, 1.16%.
flora—May,; 76% ; July, 77.
pats—May. 447»; July, 43%.
pork—May, 23.90; July, 23.70.
sed at 1.26''; %: July, 1.20%.
Wheat dull, no
•ortland, April 29.
ding. Spot, bids unchanged t
Bluestem 1.03, forty-fold 92, club
red fife 91, Red Russian 90.
10.nr,; heavy, 9.554»
(Capitol News Special Service!
'll lea go. April
ong and 10 l-.igl
erage. Bulk. 9.90010; light, 9.50
70; mixed, 9.564/
05; rough. 9.5541.9
tattle-—Market steady. Native beef
ters, 7.854/9.85; western steers, 7.R0
UO; Stockers and feeders, 5.804}
0; cows and heifers, [email protected]; calves.
Sheep—Market steady. Wethers,
154/ 9.10; lambs, 7.604/ 11.50.
(Capital News Special Service)
outh Omaha, April 29. Hogs Re
>ts 7200. Market generally 10 high
Bulk, 9.65^/9.75; top, 9.S5, range,,
[email protected]; mixed and butchers, [email protected]!
'* to choice heavy, [email protected];
Igh heav^rt 9.60®9.75; lights, 9.40®
5; pigs, 1.254/ 9.25.
jattlc "Receipts ion. Market steady.
tlve Steers. 34/7,56; cows and helf
i, 6.75®/8.25: west/ rn steers, 7.5040
5; Texas steers. 7® 7.75; stockers
t feeders. [email protected]
Iheep—Receipts none. Market steady,
hidings, [email protected];
hbs, [email protected]
wethers, 8 @9;
i North Portland.
(Capital News Special Service)
brth Portland. April 29.—Hogs—
?ket steady. Prime light. [email protected];
po strong weights', [email protected]; good to
ne mixed, 8.26Ô8.75; rough, heavy
king, [email protected]; pigs and skips, 7.50
tattle—Market steady. Steers, grain
I pulp fed, [email protected]; choice hay fed,
>4®8.75; good, [email protected]; medium, 7760
; cows, choice, [email protected],8Q; good,
(@7.25; medium, [email protected]; heifers,
7.76; bulls, [email protected]; stags, 4.6006.25.
[beep—Market steady. Spring Iambs,
Fil : choice lambs, [email protected]; common
jbz, [email protected]; choice yearlings, [email protected]
good yearlings, [email protected]; choice weth
, 8.2509; choice light ewes, .7,50®
i; good ewes, 7 @7.60.
Donnell McBean, a pioneer farmer of
the Boise valley, died this morning at
his home, 320 State street. Paralysis
was the cause of his death. Mr. Me
of age and for the
McBean and two daughters. Mrs. Edgar
Hill of Boise and Mrs. Lilly Minor of
Seattle, three granddaughters and one
brother, Finlay McBean of Venice, Cal.
Mr. McBean settled in the. Boise valley
35 years ago and for 25 years was en
gaged In ranching. Ten years ago he
retired and moved to Boise. The body
is at the Schreiber & Siden faden
morgue and no funeral arrangements
have yet been made.
Bean was 62 yes
past two years had been
Is survived by his wife,
The funeral of John Crowley, who
died Thursday at a local hospital, was
held yesterday afternoon at the
Schreiber & Sidenfaden chapel. Mr.
Crowley was 63 years of age and died
from valvular heart disease. Burial
was in Morris Hill cemetery.
best moving job you ever had.
Transrer Co. for the
Reeds, plants, etc., true to name,
W. S. & G, Co., cor. 9th and Grove.
Pest by test HIAWATHA COAL
phone 323. Lump $7.50. stove $7.
Early cabbage, tomatoes,
W. S. & G. Co.,
sweet potatoes, etc.
9th and Grove.
Spring is looked upon by many as
the most delightful season of the year,
but this cannot bo said of the rheu
The cold and damp weather
firings on rheumatic pains which aro
anything but pleasant. They can be
i i; wed. however, by applying Cham
berialn's Liniment. Obtainable every*
* ork e uar ;^tfod.
TraMfer & Storaee Co
T. Th. S.
Furniture vans for moving. All
Phone 73. Peasley
How aro you fixed to take care of
the codling: moth? Only a few days
until the first battle opens, you will
have from 5 to 10 days to get your
work in for the first hatch, weather
permitting. If we have some rain
during this period it will be shortened.
j have one of the best gasoline spray
ing outflts ln Idaho# BWinging towers,
enabling me to strike the tree from
eve ry angle; can carry 300-pound pres
sure, spray 1000 trees per day, know
how and when to do the work. Can
save you thousands of dollars' worth of
valuable fruit If you will engage me
at the time to strike the vital spot Just
before the calyx closes. Call me wheth
er your Job la large or small.
Castile, 13th and River Sts. Phone,
BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM
Leave Boise for Eagle. Star, Middle
ton and Caldwell: a. m. 7:00, 8:00,
9:30, 11:0(1: p. m. 1:00, 2:00, 3:00,
4:00, 8:80, 7:00, 9:00, 11:00.
Leave Boise for Meridian, Nampa
and Caldwell: a. m. 6:80, 7:30, 9:00,
10:30, 13:00 noon; p. m. 1:30, t:30,
8:80, »4:80, 5:00, 6:30, 8:00, 8:80, 11:00.
•To Meridian and McDermott only.
Boise to Duncan Station:
Boise, a. m. »6:20, *7:05; p. m. 12:05,
Duncan Station to Boise:
Duncan, a. m. •$:45, »7.30; p. m. litt»
- ea r*
5:30, 6:30. '
* Dally except Bui lays.
j FOR RENT—Furnished.
FOR SALE—Real Estate? [ FOR SALE—Real Estate.
WANTED—AccountB for collections; j FOR KENT—Four-room furnished cot
tage. Phone 63 -J4.
LAWN WORK, spading, raking and ; OR RENT—Suite of fu.nished rooms
lawn mowing. Phone, 22-J.
ROME Comfort range at Lovely's, | FOR SALE—Strictly modern bungalow,
M2 i completely furnished; $600 cash, bal
ance monthly. Lucas, 216 Idaho
FOR SALE!—Will take auto, plane er
stock as payment on 6-room house,
balance monthly) Carter, McCarty
write Box 187, Boise.
$22.50; 14th and Main.
HIGH CLASS Piano; mahogany fin
ish; at a bargain. 205 McCarty Bldg.
for gentlemen. 10 9 Hays.
FIRST CLASS SO acres In Long valley.
Improved, at $12.60 per acre. Cash
$400, balance 8 per cent. Lucas, 215
FOR SALE—6-acre tract with good
Improvement« ; two seta of harness,
wagon and other things too numer
ous to mention will go with place.
This place must be sold; party going
Address 1417, care Capital
WANTED—Clean white rags at Capi- j FURNISHED 3-room bungalow, sleep
ing porch; modern. Inquire 1401
tal News office. Apply at press room
In the basement.
FOR SALE—Furniture at reasonable
prices; 1932 State. Phone 1874-W.
SHOP—All FIVE-ÏÎOOM furnisHed house for rent
at 1203 N. 21st. A. F. Graves, 905
kinds of cars repaired. Ninth and
Grove. Hardman block.
160 ACRES, well Improved: cultivated
for 25 years; clear; $22.50 per acre;
80 ACRES, all cultivated: rented for
cash; $20 per acre; terras.
SELBY. 338 Sonna Bldg.
BUY your wall tint In bulk and save
money at -Kimery's, 81G Idaho St.
YOUR PLUMBING AND REFA1R
lng, prices right; work right. Phone
811-W. Will Konrad, 610 State St. tf
DANDY modern 4-room furnished
house. Inquire 403 O'Farrell or Phone
920 ACRE cattle ranch, free water, free
range, 430 acres tillable and Irrigable,
will take $16,000 or city property, or
email acreage, worth three times this
City property to trade for email moun
tain ranch, 280 acre stock ranch to v -
trade for land In the Boise valley.
Noah W. Strunk, 864 Sonna Bldg, tf
FOR Sa'lE—C heap; Smith-Premier
No. 4 typewriter. Pacific Hotel bar
AN ATTRACTIVE proposition to- ex
perienced solicitors who con: work in
country. See Western Farmer's Re
view at Capital News office.
FOR RENT FURNISHED—Strictly
porches. Furnishing high class and
complete. Including player piano,
1014 East Jefferson. Phone 1767-W.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
BUY your aluminum ware, granite, tin
and galvanized at Klraery's, 816 Ida
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Cheap.
Stoves and ranges; 1708 N. 7th St.
$75.00 MONTH. Get government jobs.
Men and women wanted. List of po- i
sitions obtainable free. Franklin
Institute, Dept. 60-0, Rochester, #
N. Y. Jn9c #
FOR SALE—Netted Gem seed pota
toes. Distributors' association, 106
N. 10th St.
dean Cut Proposition*.
40 ACRES, 4% miles from Glenns
Ferry, same from King Hill; IS acres
fine alfalfa, balance cleared; mellow
loamy soil, abundance water, $60 per
acre; want Boise property.
GOOD mortgage of $4000 on 240 acres
land near Orchard Heights, Nampa,
McClellan-Hoobler Land Co.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—-40 acres near
For particulars address
Box 248, Council, Idaho.
FOR SALE—Cre m separator, almost
■ new, No. 12 De Laval. Ross & Co
LIST YOUR vacant houses for •
rent with H, G. Myers & Co- •
423 Overland Bldg.
WANTED—To sell, restaurant,
location, near O. S. L. depot. Rea- *
son for selling poor health. For par- *
ticulars write Booster Cafe, Dubois,
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Five pas
senger car In fine condition,
dress 1420 Capital News.
May Î •
SEED CORN—Selected Idaho Yellow
Dent. Five .cents pound. J. H. Black,
Hubbard Farms, Kuna, Idaho.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—55-foot lot
7-room house, close In; $600 cash,
balance easy terms. Phone 1208-J.
i FOR RENT — Housekeeping.
NU BONE COR3ET
See Mrs. 1. F. Teeters, agent for the
Nu Bone corset. Phone 2679-W. A30
m j FOR RENT—Housekeeping rooms, nice
and clean. 1221 Bannoojr, 2601-J. tf I
FOR SALE—REAL BARGAINS.
Five acres 114 miles from Eagle; good
water right; 1 acre family orchard,
bearing, 4 acres blue grass pasture,
S-room box house, barn smd well.
Price only $1326.
5-room modern bungalow. Hardwood
floor. French and plate glass doors.
Price only $2250. Better look into
this. Hub City Realty Coy, 219 Ida
ho Bldg. Phone 60.
FOR RENT OR TRADE for city prop
erty, two acres with 7-room house at
Wylie station. Call 1219 N 8th
Everybody In Boise and in the
surrounding country to get
their old awnings repaired and
new ones where needed; also
we predict a long hot summer.
Sleeping porches and tents of
all descriptions. Camp fur 7
niture, etc. Pioneer Tent &
Awning Co., 6th and Main Sts.
• FURNISHED rooms for light house
• keeping; 1124 Bannock. Phone 923.
FOR SALE—First class popcorn stand
doing good business. For informa
tion call at stand. Ninth and Main.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—160-acre re
linquishment near New Plymouth;
under Black Canyon project; 80 acres
cleared ready for plow. Will trade
for small tract in Boise valley. Geo.
D. Jones, Caldwell, R- F. D. 6.
FOR SALE—One set painter's swing
ing scaffold with pulleys and ropes.
Price $8.50. Pioneer Furniture com
• I PASTURE $2 month. Josephine E.
Gallaher, South Boise. Phone 838-J.
FOR sale:—N ice little business;
growing and making good money;
$460 will handle it. E. C. Laugh
lin & Co- 921 Bannock.
1028 Main Street.
We want well Improved eighty, near
macadam road, In exchange for Boise
Close-in 8-room reeidence, splendid
corner, exceptionally low figure, very
reasonable payment down.
Well located restaurant. Snap to an
George W. Smith, Manager.
Blooded breeding stock.
Eggs for Hatching, In
... T Foods. General Supplies
fcvS-'iA*-• of all kin da_
NOTWITHSTANDING the fact that
wall paper is going higher each day,
we have a large stock and can take
care of all your wants. Kimery's,
816 Idaho St.
AUTO TRUCK for $175 cash or will
trade for hogs or a good team of
Address Box 1215,
AGENTS coin money. One sold 250,060
one order. $1 guaranteed sample 60c
to prospective agents, prepaid. Wedel
Co., Dept. 3, Wenatchee, Wash. A30c
1913 6-PASSENGER Bulck at a bar
gain; excellent running condition;
half cash and terms on balance. 205
AGENTS—If you want articles of
merit write us for free booklet. Fast
sellers. Big profit. Ratzlaff & Co.»
101 Main St. S„ Mofftt, N. D.
THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red
for setting; $1.00 for 15. Phone
FOR SALE}—By the Pioneer Furniture
Co., 909-811 Idaho street:
4 SECOND hand Ford wheels, $2 each.
1 R-FOOT show case, $12.
GOOD 2nd bicycle for $10; another
THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs
and baby chicks. Phone 2810-J.-P. O.
LOOK—Nice 50-foot comer on paved
St. and car line, $260.
Fine Long Valley ranoh at a snap;
will take good automobile on deal.
Kansas ranch to trade for Boise prop
We have bargains everywhere said
match all your tradea. Loans and
FOR SALE—Detroiter roadster, speed
ometer, electric lights, demountable
rims; Is newly painted and In excel
('alli lent condition. Box 1616 or' phone
SELECTED White Rock Eggs nickel
WANTED—Boy to shine shoes.
each In lots of 25 or more.
Thomas, Kuna, Idaho.
FOR SALE—Two new 600
gallon Studebaker water
wagons: cheap and ready
for delivery. Ed Ostner,
FOR SALE—Model 31 Buiçk, five pass
enger touring car, speedometer, de
mountable rims; has electric lights,
and is newly painted. A1 condition;
an exceptional buy at $600. Phone
1174-W or write P. O. box 1616
WANTED—Boy for delivery wagon.
Address 14'5 care Capital News, ml
WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHIX, from
proved heavy laying stock; May de
livery, $8 per 100. We guarantee
safe arrival. The Pioneer Hatchery,
Gem State Realty Co.
WANTED—Woman for work In clean
ing establishment. Address 1416 care
160 acres; one of Idaho's best; »0 acres
In cultivation; 70 acres pasture and
feeding ground; fenced and cross
fenced; 8 miles from Boise; 174
miles from R. R. station; government
water; $45 per acre takes It; $1000
down; terms; this Is our best snap.
Can you beat It 7 Assessed 89000.
8-room modern houee, 65-ft. corner lot; 1
an elegant classy home; cost $6000;
worth the money; will sell for $3000;
terms easy; location fine.
THE EDWARD STEIN OCL,
10» No. 10th.
FAMOUS La Vista strain of Bronze
Turkey eggs, $4 per 11. White Leg
horns: Chicks, $12. Eggs $7 per 100.
Safe delivery guaranteed. La Vista
FariT^, Baker. Oregon.
FORD ROADSTER $265; model 17
Bulck touring car, $250; light deliv
ery truck, $300; 1915 Maxwell tour
ing car, electric lights and starter,
scat covers repainted, $495. Bannock
Motor Sales Co., distributors of Max
well and Chalmers motor cars, 1012
Grove street, between 10th and 11th
e FOR 6ALE.
e r.y Boise Ice Co., natural Ice
which has been analized by
state chemists and pronounc
ed pure. Delivered to families
at 40c per hundred. 500-lb.
coupon books, $1.80. Cash in
advance. Phone 173.
WOMEN wanted, full time, salary $15,
selling guaranteed hosiery to wear
er; 25c an hour spare time. Perma
nent; experience unnecessary. In
ternational, Box 122, Norristown, Pa.
FOR SALE— S. C. White Leghorn:
year's average 176.95 eggs per hen;
1st, 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd, 4th
pullets, Boise Show, 1916. Eggs,
$1.50 per setting; $8.00 per hun
dred. Archie M. Larson. RL 8, Wels
THE Young Woman's Christian Asso
ciation, with headquarters at 408 a
MqCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Ianno,
will be glad to assistany young wo
man in finding lodging or employ
ment; secretary continually In at
tendance Phone 1546W.
Horses, Cattle and
Livestook of every
e FARMERS ATTENTION.
« Buy your twine early. Ï4ever
o in history has the United
o States faced such a serious
* twine shortage. It is not a
* question of price. It is. Can
e we buy twine at any price? At
e this time all manufacturers
« hnve withdrawn prices, and
o will not accept orders for
* twine at any price. We nre
o fortunate, ln that we placed
e our twine order in Jaffuary and
o received our firHt car today.
* While It lasts. Sisal and Stand
o urd grades 14c per pound, guar
o anteed 500 feet of smooth,
* clean, to the pound. We will
o accept cash deposits and tag
« and lay aside your twine until
« harvest time for you. BUY
e Boise Carriage &. Implement Co.
e 14th and Main.
DR. POWELL—Cancer specialist; 1519
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE
100 acres; Z5 acres alfalfa; 68 grain,
balance pasture; cheap building; no
incumbrance; deeded water with
land; "a dandy" farm for a farmer.
Would consider Bolss home.
$800 buys a nice home, large lot 95x
138 feet; on car line.
$1075 buys a larger house, 75xl38-ft.
lot; nicely fenced; will sell on tcrir>3
to suit buyer; Just pay rent and
place Is yours; 5c fare.
See our big stock, hay and grain
ranches at low prices, .long time and
low rate of Interest.
THE EDWARD STEIN CO.,
109 No. 10th.
FOR SALE—All kinds of horses at
FOR RENT—Modern five room house.
TOP prices for men's cast-off clothing,
ahoes, etc. Phone 1514.
Phone 2300 or 474.
FOR SA BE—Fresh Jersey cow with
heifer calf. Phone 15-R-3.
PARTLY furnished 7-room house, close
in, 612 Bannock.
WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING;
prices right; all work guaranteed.
Dwight Perkins, 1607 Idaho St.
FOR SALE—Threc-year-old stallion.
Address George Tregaskis. Emmett,
FOR RENT—6 room cottage, modern
except heat, one block from capltoi.
Call 404 Washington.
BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL
llop stable, 1312 Grove. Dr. Noble. , tf
"SIR RUPERT DUNE" will make the
season at F rmers' Corral. High
grade Shire Horse.
FURNISHED apartments for house
keeping; cheap; 628 Fort St.
We are still headquarters for all kinds
of stove repairs; If we haven't what
you want we can get it. The Com
pany Store, 906-8 Idaho SL
HORSEMEN call at Eleventh and
Front Street Feed stable and see
the grand imported Belgian stal
lion Nicephore, the best draft stal
lion in southern Idaho, successor to
Fornia. For terms see B. M. Rosen
burg or address Box 1183, Boise, Ida
FOR RENT—4-loom desirable apart
ment, heat and hot water furnished.
Phone 314-J or 2184-W.
VACUUM cleaning at homes or pow- .
! erful stationery INVINCIBLE" vac-j
uum cleaners sold, rented. Do mors,
cost les./. Demonstrated. Kingsley. ;
••••••••••**•#« * •
FOR RENT—3-room modern apart
ment with sleeping porch; close in.
fall 104 SO. 17th. Phone 2238-J. M2
SALE OR TRADE.
80 acres; private water; all In
fences ln good repair; all In
crop now; 20 acres of apples
and prunes, half of which bear
this year; 16 miles from Boise
right -at R. R. station. You
can't match it for less than
»100. Owner has other work
and is bound to sell.
$60 per acre and It's yours on
easy terms. This is a homf;
near school and ready now for
occupancy. Phone 98 or call at
109 N. 10th St.,
« *••e » • • t* t »«
.' t üST —Black leather wallet containing
receipts and gentleman's gold ring.
Steward. Call 1640-R.
FOR SALE—20 extra good regis
tered Percheron stallions and mare
colts from Imported sire and dams.
Will all make a ton or over; com
ing one and two years; stallions
ready to serve; my stock Is of the
best ever Imported and my prices
are very low. Let me show them to
you. What have you got to trade?
P. A. Sorenson, Meridian, 5 miles
south of Beatty.
FOR RENT—May 1st, one 6-room
apartment, with sleeping porches. H.
J. Roan, 1118 Pueblo SL
TROUT FISHING GOOD.
BIG TROUT at Arrowrock are biting.
Graves' Transfer company machine
will moke a run to the dam Satur
day evening nnd Sunday morning.
Round trip $2.50. Office 215 South
Tenth street. Phone ISO. _ A29
WILL TRADE Boise residence for dry
land farm; 1376, Capital News.
160 ACRES dry land, 8 miles Boise,
to trade for olty property; unincum
bered; 1411, care Capital News.
LOST—Cata-eye stickpin; reward. P.
B. Carter, 310 Boise City National
BOARD AND ROOM
TO TRADE—One 6-inch Byron Jack
son centrifugal pump, for 2><;, or 3
inch pump; would prefer horizontal.
Box 20, R. F. D. No. 3, Boise. Mlc
BOARD AND ROOMS--Case
1124 Bannock. Phone 923.
Apr; 29 •
ASOcJOOOD saddle horses. 16th und Main, tf
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