FOR MAYOR; THREE
The Nominations Are Closed
and Candidates Must File
Their Acceptances Within
Nominations for mayor and council
man under the first recall election held
in Boise closesd last evening at 5
o'clock with four candidates nominated
for mayor and three for councilman.
The mayoralty candidates are J. W.
Robinson, present mayor; Samuel H.
Hays, selected by the recall people to
head their ticket; Arthur Hodges, for
mer mayor of B >lse, and S. M. Stewart,
a stockholder in the Ames Wholesale
Grocery and a reUred banker of Bro
A. V. Eichelberger, commissioner of
public parks; William D. Stevens, a
contractor and builder,
Rounds, former United States marshal,
were nomlnat d for councilman. Those
nominated are required by law to file
their a~ceptances within five days in
order to have their names on the bal
The nomination petttlon of S. H.
Hays contained 60 names, that of W.
D. Stevens, 42; Ruel Rounds, 31;
Arthur Hodges, 80, and that of S M.
Stewart, which was not taken out until
noon yesterday, 27.
Signers of Petitions.
Following are the names cf the can
didates, w! ore nominations were filed
and the signers to their petitions:
S. H. Hays— C. W. Moore. F. H. Par
sons, J. B. Broadbent, Crawford Moore.
H. J. 8yms, J.-H. Peterson, T. K. Little,
John A. McDevltt, H. F. L»mp. I. M.
Marks. A. T. Ingalls, Jefferson Davis,
William F. Dolan. John McMillan. H.
P. Cummoek, W. G. Jenkins, Jr.,
Chrisman, Bradley Sheppard, Henry Z.
Johnson, Leo J. Falk, Carl O. Johnson,
E. A. Jeffers. E. L. Larson, L. W. En
sign, W. R. Reeves, C. H. Llngenfelter,
Mark Leonard, W. N. Reeves, R. K.
Davis, Thomas J. Sherlock , Gustave
Kroeger, Ernest Noble, Otto M. Jones,
Prosper Aveline, George A. Anderson.
H. J. McGlr.', McKeen F. Morrow,
Charles Van Dorn, Frank G. Ensign, A.
W. Brand, Joe Perrault, J. Jackson,
Gordon C. Smith, W. R. McIntyre, C.
S. Coffin, Clinton H. Hartson, W. E.
Cameron. P. E. Cavaney N. Eugene
Brasie, W. G. Schmelzel.
S. M. Stewart—Ed. Hirlerr.an,
Krall, A. H. Bowman,
George H. Wetter, Jesse L. Colvin, An
tonlo Azuenaga, R. AV. Stubblefield, G.
M. Watts. J. A. Ames, Harland Clark,
William It. \7ilson, R. P. Schilling, J.
Warren Smith, John I. Wells, Abraham
Frank, H J. Dick, G. W. Fletcher,
August J. Stephan, James E. Sewell,
Mrs. J. L. Colvin, R. W. Baker, William
Ills, John R. Hall, F. W. Almond, J. F.
Smith, C. AV. Pearce.
Arthur HoCjea- J. C, Pence, Nan
nelta Conklin. Mary O. Lundy, Mrs. M.
A. Agnew, Aiieen ' race, Judson Spof
ford, D. A. Utt-, John Swap. V. R.
Hanan, J. Hlrle.nan, N. A. Alexander,
Georgianna Cahoon. John J. Oberbillig,
Lee Estes, John T. Hughes, J. A. Cald
well, W. H. 1 ruffey, C. A. Kingsley W.
Innis, Johr A'isser, George H.
Spawn. W. Cahoon, O, Turley, Henry
Newman, A. J. Blakely, H. L. Olyne, J.
D. Brown, G. W, Clark, J. B. Eldridge
and John S. Thorn.
Ruel Rounds—Judson Spofford, AV.
H. Savidge, A. Ingalls, John Soran,
B. S. Howe, W. H. McGuffin, C. S.
Rathbun, C. O. Ballou. Van F. Peter
son. L. R. Deary, Ben S. Eastman. L. F.
Ttouteon, W. Cahoon, J. A. Gallaher,
S. L. Tipton. John S. Thorn, William
Alley, J. S. Bog rt, Mark Leonard, AA',
V. Regan, J. B. Eldrldge. B. F. Olden,
K. McCrum, T. F. Halvestun. George
B. Rogers, G. G. Adams, J. A. Caldwell,
J. J Oberbillig, J. I. Brown, W. A.
Ricks and John E. Johnson.
W. D. Stevens—Earl C. Maupln, AA'.
F. Granholm, Ed. Fitzpatrick, W. R.
Reeves, Howard E. Stein, W. E. Cam
eron, Otto M. Jones, C. H. Llngenfel
ter, Bradley Sheppard, T. K. Little, C.
E. Thum, P. E. Cavaney, Ernest Noble,
E. B. Carper, Charles A r an Dorn, W. F.
Dolan, C. S. Coffin, A. G. Brand, George
H. M. Buck,
Piece of Barrel of
Emmett, May 2.—la this a miracle?
Some «ay It is. The doctor, here uy
there Is probably no other case on
record like the case here of one of
Andy Little's sheepherders who still
Uvea and Is able to talk after the re
moval from hi. brain of a piece of the
barrel of an old muzzle-loading shot
gun which exploded when he fired It
In an attempt to frighten away some
coyotes from a band of sheep which
he was herding for Andy Little, Em
mett's widely known flockmaster.
As unbelievable as It may seem. It
fa none the less a fact that this piece
of Iron was in the sheepherder's brain
eight day- before It was removed by
Style, in two heights
rujgTT. PEABODY GCQ. lNC.MeK4kj_
Cakes, pies, pastry—the very names tempt the ap
petite. And when they are shortened with Cot
tolene the natural flavor and healthful goodness
become even more tempting.
Cottolene blends so perfectly with the flour and other
ingredients that the results are most gratifying.
Us« Cottolene for «II your frying, shortening end cake-making.
Your grocer will supply you regularly. It is packed in pails
of various sizes for your convenience.
1 » M HÏÏ
A. Anderson, L. W. Ensign, Gustave
Kroeger. H. J McGirr, R. L. McClel
land, Clinton H. Hartson, T. J. Scan
lon, E. L. Raraon, Carl O. Johnson W.
N. Reeves. E. A. Jeffers, McKeen F.
Morrow, Joe Perrault, Prosper Aveline.
J. Jackson, Frank U. Ensign, H. N.
Coffin, Jefferson L. Davis, N. Eugenti
Brasie, Henry P. Cummoek, Edwin
Snow, Jennie E. Schmelzel, \V. G.
TROUBLED AT NIGHT
Painful, annoying bladder weakness
usually Indicates kidney trouble and
kidney trouble never should be ne
glected. Bnckaohe, rheumatism, sore,
swollen or stiff soles or joints-all
these Lave been relie "ed by Foley
Kidney Pills. They act promptly and
efficiently and help to health. Henry
Rudolph, Carmi, 111., writes: "I was
bothered with hurting in bacK and was
levee Î c. , Up
ieiH U T> m r l ni e .. *
Ktdney Pills I sleep all night without
Adv. T TH S
CARD OF THANKS,
We wish to thank our friends for the
many deeds of kindness and loving
sympathy shown us during the Illness
ftnd death of our dearly loved mother.
Especially do we thank the Indies of
the Helping Hand society of Ustlck. for
,helr Mndness and Abords of sympathy,
A,HO the employes of the
States Telephone & Telegraph com
Pany for their beautiful floral tribute,
A - BIGGER,
MRS - A - BRADEN,
A ' R ' * MRS. C. W. BIGGER.
with n combined acreage of 1609, have
PRUNE GROWERS OF
OREGON FORM POOL
Salem. Ore , May 2.—Two hundred
prune growers in the Salem
pool being formed here, at -
cording to announcement made by Rob
ert C. Paulus, manage of the * Salem
F'ruit union. About 1000 acres of prunes
in this district are outside the pool.
The outljok for the prune crop in the
AA'illamette valley tills year is prob
lematical, Mr. Paulus says. In most of
of the fruit sections the trees are only
now shedding their blossoms and It
will be a week or more before any
curate estimate of the crop
made. The prune acreage in the Salem
district Is from 10 to
than last season.
per cent more
AND ELECTIONS IN 1916
May 18—Democrat!; state
convention at Pocatello.
June 7—Republican national
convention at Chicago.
June 7—Progressive national
convention at Chicago.
June 14—Democratic national
convention at St. Louis.
Sept. 5—Statewide primary
Nov. 7—Genet al election.
Keep Your Skin Clear and Healthy.
There is only one way to have a
clear, healthy complexion and that is
to keep the box.els active and regular.
Dr. King's New Life Pills will make
your complexion healthy
move the bowels gently, stimulate the
liver, cleanse the system and purify
A splendid spring medi
25c at your druggist.
Lives After Carrying
Shotgun In Brain
ago at a place 18 miles from Emmett.
He was hauled 18 miles in a wagon
und placed In the hospital at Emmett.
When Dr. Clark examined him he
found a hole three inches long In the
man's head above the right ear,
where the piece of gun barrel entered.
The doctor dressed the wound and
removed pieces of the skull. For seven
successlx'e days he dressed the wound.
On the eighth day, which was last
Saturday, the doctor, In probing In
side the wound, was dumbfounded to
find therein the piece of iron herein
before described. He took hold of tt
Dr. B. O. Clark, the attending phy
sician. W.-.en it xvas taken out with
the aid of a pair of tweezers, three
tablespoonfuls of the man's brain
When this piece of iron—part of
the gun barrel—xvas pulled out, Dr.
Clark showed It to the man, xvho looked
at It a.id said, "It must have hit me
hard to go Mear Into my head."
piece of gun barrel
Inches long, half an Inch wide and
one-fourth of an Inch thick.
xvas about txvo
This m; n is in the Emmett hospital.
Dr. Clurk said there Is a chance
that he will live,
ly is not suffering much.
The accident happened about 11 days
The man apparent
with a pair of tweezer« and the Iron
wuh removed with ease.
The gun was an old style muzzle
loader. The herder had filled It with
;>o.vder anil fired It with a view of
»caring off the coyoteB.
IDAHO RATES AT
THE TOP NOTCH
Interest Aroused by Action
of Governor in Directing
The , westlgation into the rapid In
creiise in insurance
Particularly In the northern part of the
state, as announced ye
tractpd not n mt|e attentlon especially
among insurance men. Governor Alex
'-"Mander directed that the attorney gen
rates In Idaho,
terday, has at
"A comparison of Book of Rnte s No.
4 with copy of the rates and rules now
eral inform him If the insurance eom
panics responsible for the raise could
bo reached under the terms of the anti
trust law. He also directed State In
surance Commissioner Steele to prole
into the matter and ascertain by what
authority the rates hav been raised.
Tiie Pacific board of fire under
writers of San Francisco has issued
circulars and rate schedules raising the
tiro rates in the state of Idaho from 29
10 Per cent, and Idaho now has the
highest insurance rate of any state in
the union, according to local Insurance
agents. So far as known, no public an
nouncement was made of the action of
the board of underwriters and the pub
lic will view the statement with some
degree of surprise.
Towns in liahj where special rates
are in force are not affected, but the
basic rate on fire insurance elsewhere
is soaring. Under the new schedule in
effect the rates are' advanced on the
buildings of the University of Idaho 80
The circular sent out to "local fire
insurance agents in Idaho,"
the following paragraph as an explana
tion by the Pacific board of fire under
writers of the reason for the adv;
handed you will indicate clearly an in
will bp cnll
nnd it is not unlikely y
ed upon to explain to policyholders the
reason for such Increase. The
ience of companies generally In Idaho
for u number of years has
formly so unsatisfactory, owing to
cesslve losses, that It has been deemed
advisable to readjust
more nearly the conditions prevailing."
rates to meet
WAS ABOVE NORMAL
April was a slightly warmer month
than normal, according to the month
ly summary issued
States weather bureau, the
perature being 51.4 degrees, which is
1.3 degrees above normal.
by the United
cipitation for the month was a little
below normal, the total amount be
i„„ an ]-.,a ,„ k , . . , „
ciem v of 88 nt «n'iru-h K. d s f I
mark reached hv th» m» ^ h . 8h . est
t^e month vas 83 \ "f
and the loxvest was 29 deg le es on the
6th The to e , test ,t,.n,. ,.f, „ - 1 10
perature w as 36 decrees on uL Va™'
Durlne th* Loth
, r ? w „ ere 11
... J ' lx partly cloudy, 13 cloudy
and five day. on which .01 of an inch or
more o precipitation occurred. The
°a w n movement during the month
. .. , r j® average hourly
\ e oc y vvas ■ 6.4 miles an hour and
direction was from the
rw e8 #i a3 f mum veloe *ty of the
nd for five minutes was 80 miles per
oui on * pr I 4.
was 4593 miles.
A New Yorker of wide experience, has writ
ten a book telling how tile tobacco or snuff
habit may be easily and completely banished in
three days with delightful benefit. The au
thor, Edward J. Wooda, 890 K.Station E, New
Vork City, will mail his book free un request.
The health improves wonderfully after
out of the system. Calm
ness, tranquil sleep, clear eyes, norma!
tile, good digestion, manly vigor, strong
cry and a general gain in efficiency arc
among the many benefits reported. (,et rid
of that nervous feeling;
cigar, cigarette, snuff
nacifv morbid desire.
1 fa e
more need of pipe,
chewing tobacco tu
Ansco Films '
5c a Roll and Up
Ruling Made in Case Involv
ing Title to Berg Min
Judge Ed L. Bryan of the Seventh
judicial district court for Canyon
county, has handed down a decision
overruling the motion for non suit
made by the defendant In the case of
C. A. Berg versus Ira E. Barber et al.,
wherein Berg seeks to have title quiet
ed in him. The litigation Involves the
Berg gold mine, located in Owyhee
county near Rooster's comb. The de
fendant will now be required to put In
his evidence so that the case can be
submitted to the court for final de
Judge Bryan's decision is as fol
'Tn re C. A. Berg versus Ira E. Bar
ber et al. At the close of plaintiff's
case counsel for defendant interposed
motion for non-suit. Numerous ques
tions were raised by said motion
which I think are more or less im
portant to this controversy. However,
it is the rule of this court that the
power of the court to grant non-suits
is circumscribed by very narrow bounds
and when there is any evidence what
ever upon which the minds of men
might differ or which might by any
construction lead to a conclusion in
favor of (he plaintiff a motion for non
suit will not lie. Without reviewing
the authorities and briefs In detail, I
have concluded that it Is the duty of
the court to overrule the motion for
non-suit. Order may therefore be
"Under the previous arrangement I
assume it will he necessary for the
court and counsel to go to Owyhee
j county to take the remaining testimony
in this case providing the defendants
wish to introduce testimony. At the
present time I am unable to name a
date upon which the court can get
away but will confer with counsel as
soon as possible with a view to fixing
HIAWATHA lump, $7.50; stove, *7;
nut, $6.50. Western 8. G. Co. 9 A Grove.
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4* Baseball Results.
Won Lost Pet.
Cleveland . ...
New York . ...
R. H. E.
3 11) 1
5 6 0
Ruth, Leonard and Agnew, Thomas;
Harper and Henry.
Coveleskie and O'Neill; Dauss and
Stanage. (Called In sixth; rain.)
R. H. E.
.. . 0
R. H. E.
New York .
Russell and Nunamaker; Bush and
4 8 3
At St. Louis—Chlcago-St. Louis
game postponed; rain.
, , „ . , _ ,
I sent for a box of Dr. Pierces
Anuric Tablets for my husband, and
he has been greatly benefited by them.
>'" suffered from lame back and weak
k!dne y*: *' dne y excretions being too
frequent. After giving "Anuric" a trial
we are convinced that it is the best
kidney medicine made. Will be glad
to recommend it.
, „„„ „
(8tgned) MRS. E. D. MINES.
NOTE:—It ie now asserted with con
fidence that these painful effects due
to uric acid in the system are en
tirely eradicated. A new remedy,
called "Anuric," has been discovered
by Dr. Pierce, and is the cause of a
drainage outward of the uric acid with
which it comes in contact within the
body. It will ward off backache, head
ache and the darting pains and aches
of articular or muscular rheumatism—
of those diseases which are caused by
We wish to announce that Mr. Abe Martin hat pur
chased a half interest in the Abe Martin Cleaning Works,
1914 N. 11th.
We are making a man's special club rate of $2.00 per
month for four euits cleaned and pressed and twelve shoe
shines. Our shining parlors are located at 217 N. Eighth
St., and 103'/, 8. Tenth 8t.
Wa are equipped for doing ladies' and ganta' cleaning
of all kinds—including tha most delicate fabrics.
If you wish to take advantage of this club rate for May,
phone 90 this week aura.
ABE MARTIN CLEANING WORKS
1914 N, 11TH ST.—PHONE 90.
ÇTME OLP ACaOtftT IS HAPPY OVC* THE HEAL TOBACCO CHEwl
frtEwmz 1 . HAVE YOU fOUNO^
/•mt TOUHTAIH or -youth \
Now, while you're young,
active and strong, you need to
Sickness, accident or loss of
position cuts off your income
— a snug sum in the Bank
tides you over without dis
WM ! 09T IT TUCKCO \
\AWAY IM MY CHttlv
' kbuDSE, IT MAKES F
F jUme youmo a sain]
Saving Accounts welcomed.
Bank with us.
4 ! -*t
E used to switch tobacco every few weeks. Then
a friend gave him a little of W-B GUT Chewing
—the Real Tobacco Chew, new cut, lone shred. Steady
Quite the regular thing. A man is glad he found it, end just naturally
passes the good word along
"Notice how the salt brines out the rich tobacco taste** .
Made by WETMAN-BKUTOH COMPANY. 50 Um.a Square, New Tork City
Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn . .
Chicago . . . .
Boston . . ..
SL Louis ..
Cincinnati . .
Pittsburg . .
New York .
Mayer, Rixey and Burns,
Rudolph and Gowdy.
R. H. E.
Adams and Schmidt; Mitchell and
R. H. E.
0 8 4
3 6 0
At New York—
R. H. E.
8 11 0
5 13 2
Rucker, Coombs and Miller; Pal
mero, Schauer and Rariden, Dooln.
N ' 00 ' yn .'
1 ' v 01
At Chicago—St. Louis-Chicago game
Won Lost Pet.
3 1 .750
2 3 .400
2 3 .400 i
1 3 .250
R. H. E.
3 9 2
Seattle . 2 9 3
White and Haworth; Rose and Cad
R. H. E.
_11 12 0
- 4 7 5
Vancouver . .
Spokano . .
Callahan and Altman; Reuther, Hha
der, Leonard, Bloomfield and Murray.
At Tacoma —
McGlnnlty, Meikle, Hovey and Hoff
man: Cummins, Peterson, Bonner and
R. H. E.
.. 7 14 3
Columbus, 14: Minneapolis, 1.
Louisville, C: Milwaukee, 5.
Tolerto-St. Paul, postponed: rain.
Indianapolis-Kansas City postponed;
Topeka, 7; St. Joseph, 9.
Omaha, 2; Des Moines, 3.
Sioux City, 2; Lincoln, 6
Wichita, 9; Denver, 4.
prolongs life because old people usual
>y 8U ««r f r °'» hardening and thlcken
ing of the walls of the arteries, due to
the excess of uric acid In the blood and
Dl '- Pierce, who Is director and chief
physician at the invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y„ has
been testing this wonderful medicine
forthe rellef of over -worked and
weakened kidneys. The relief obtained
by sufferers has been so satisfactory
that he determined to place "Anuric"
with the principal druggists in town
where people could get this medicine
for 50c. "Anuric" is not harmful or
poisonous, but aids nature in throw
ing off those poisons within the body
which cause so much suffering, pain
remedy is 37 times more potent than
too much uric acid, such as gout, asth
ma, sciatica, renal calculus. "Anuric"
Scientists assert this
and G RAP]
I the drinks that are makin
j 3oise famous.
Accept no imitations.
Examine the bottle.
Examine the crown.
THE COCA COLA
249 Warm SpringB Ave.
Phone .769 W.
Save Your Old
The Biggest Laugh Show on
Starting Monday, May 1.
Children, 15c; Adults, 25c.
Will begin to purchase old magazint
soon—Watch for further
IDAHO JUNK HOUSE
511-517 So. 8th St.
To Delight the Home
j When it Is known that in the near >
future the home la to be blessed with a !
new arrival the first j
thought sh o u 1 d be!
This Is an external .
remedy gently applied
over tlio stomach mus- !
des. It makes them j
firm and pliant; they !
expand naturally with
out undue strain. It
removes from the
nerves those Influ
ences which are re
sponsible for much of
- ? " i ■■■—— the pain incident to the
period of expectancy. It Is for this reason
that much of the Istress such as mcrnlnj
richness la avoided. All prospective fathers
should see to It that the expectant mother
Is provided with a bottle of "Mother's
The directions are simple. Get It at any
c!rug store. It is applied by the expectant
mother herself, It penetrates deeply and af
fords quick and splendid relief In a most
gratifying manner and reflects a physical
betterment to the nervous disposition of tho
baby. Don't fall to get a bottle of "Mother's
PrienQ-' today and then write Bradflehl Reg
ulator Co.. 418 Lamar Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga.,
for a pretty little book brimful of informa
tion for expectant mothers. It is a delight
to read it
If you like
The Gas Range gets
breakfast in a couple of minute».
Boise Gas Light & Coke
Jenkins Furniture Company
HIGH CLASS PRINTIN
A. G. KENNARD
Choice Spring Lambj |
Boise Butcher Co.
Pioneer Furniture Co.,
909 Idaho St.
New & Second Hand Goo<
311 Idaho St.
See our special bargains in used
pianos now on display—
$98.00 $189.00 $198.00 $200.00
Best equipped In the state; all kind
of clothes Cleaned, Dyed, Repaired anj
Pressed. Phone 44 and 13US.
HOME OF THE '
822-824 IDAHO ST.
1 it'« Got th« P«p."
J. WEIL & CO.
921 MAIN ST.
LEADING HOTEL OF BOISE
In the center of everything.
Commercial and Stockmen'«
FIRST CLASS CAFE
Cafetaria and a la cartf service
Lunoh, 12 to 2.
Dinner, 5 to 8 p. m.
ithout bath, $1.00 up. With
Sherwin-Williams Dry Po'
dered Arsenate of Lead.
bath, $1.50 up.
L ROBERT AIKMAN. Manager. I ,
BOISE'S POPULAR HOTEL.
Complete in every detalL
Daily rates. 75c to $1.50.
Weekly Rates; $$.60 up.
■pedal rates to permanent guests;
M. PARSONS. Manager.
SELLS MEN'S HATS EXCLUSIVI
LY. 3UY THEM. WEAR THE!
YOU GET THE BEST.
EIGHTH ST—OPP. POSTOFFICI
FRY & SUMMERS CO.
PHONE 978. DAY AND NIGHT.
BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL
Commercial M e n's Headquarter»—
Moat Attractive Lobby in tbj State;
Striotly Madam. Pocular Priam
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