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DISAGREEMENT IN
CONFERENCE ON
THE ARMY BILL
House and Senate Conferees
Split on Subject of Fed
eral Volunteer Army and
Nitrate Plant.
Washington. May 5.—Conferees on
the army reorganization bill late yes
the committee broke were the federal
of the measure and adjourned until
matters in disagreement can be taken
up in the house. The rocks on which
the committee broke were the feleral
the *16,000,000
volunteer army and
government nitrate plant amendments
adopted by the senate.
Notwithstanding the disagreement,
Senator Chamberlain, chairman of the
senate conferees, said last night he had
hoped that a good bill eventually would
be worked out.
"The house conferees would not yield
to the senate provision for the volun
teer army or the government nitrate
plant," said the senator. "There are
a number of minor points in the bill,
which also are In disagreement. But
the main points seemed thus far to
be the Irreconcilable features.
"Representative Hay has promised
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
BICYCLE and Auto Supplies, 1009
Main.
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FOR KENT—Furnished room with
kitchenette; 1309 Franklin.
Mil
SWEET potato plants for sale in any
quantity. Union Feed and Fuel Co.
T.L.-tf
FOR RENT—Two 3-room plastered
houses, good condition; Phone 2205-J.
Mile
FUR RENT—Furnished apartments,
close in. Phone 536 or 1208 Main
Mil
St.
"WANTED—To buy, at once, light team,
w'agon and harness. Call 1017 Jef
ferson. M7c
TRUNKS, Bags and Suit Cases, best
value for least money. Exchange
Store, 1009 Main.
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SELECT furnished room in private
family; close In. Breakfast if de
sired. Phone 460.
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FOR SALE—Fresh milch cow, giving 5
gals, per day. Address E. A. Ford,
Boise. Rt. 3, Box 73. M7c
FOR SALE—Cheap, Twin Cylinder
Excelsior motorcycle; original price
$376; call 106 So. 9th.
M7c
DUOFORD TUBES fit either front or
back Ford tir es, $2.60 each. Boise
Auto Supply, 1009 Main.
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VEEDuL, pure Pennsylvania auto
oil, most mileage for least carbon,
at Boise Auto Supply Co., 1009 Main
M5
St
TO TRADE—Electric oar, in good con
dition, for late model gas car. Elec
tric Garage & Repair Shop, 112 No.
11th St.
Mil
WE can furnish cabbage, tomato, cauli
flower, pepper, egg plant, celery and
sweet potato plants in any quantity.
Union Seed and Fuel Co.
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WANTED—Reliable party to furnish
camp cook outfit and board men
for construction camp close by. Call
at room 9. Gem Bldg., or Phone E. J.
Baird, 1618-J.
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GOOD house, clear, to trade for land
in Boise Valley; will assume. Five
acres for sale near Pierce Park on
car line, $1100. McReynolds & Whit
son, Idaho Bldg.
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SEED POTATOES
Both early and late varieties; also
choice table potatoes; 9th and Grove,
old Cole Grocers' stand. Phone 1214
J or write I. B Joplin, 308 State St.
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CONSTANT LEVEL OIL SYSTEM
for Ford cars. Install in 30 min
utes. Price $6. Absolutely guaran
teed. Agents wanted. Make up
wards of $10 dally. Address ' Tho
masson Oiler System, 1514 No. 9th
St., Boise, Idaho.
A HOME? I SHOULD SAY SO!
Somebody will lose. Somebody will
make big profit if they buy this ex
cellent town lot 62x122, with 5 large
modern rooms and large sleeping
porch. Hot water furnace. This is
modern and good. Building for!
auto, cork elm shade, free irrigation
water. Roses and creepers, the best
buy In town. Cost $6000; will sell
for $2950 and give terms. Hub City
Realty Co., 219 Idaho Bldg.
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• • • •
• FARM LANDS.
• LAND SEEKERS ATTENTION!
• Send for Information concerning *
• the old Dalles Military Road •
• Lands in Malheur County, Ore. •
• Stook and grain propositions; •
• fine land. Small payment down, *
• balance 10 years at 6 per cent. *
• The Percy M. Johnson Co., *
• sales agents. Vale, Ore. tf •
• eee*
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FREE bike and coaster wagon goes
to one with highest number of votes,
The ten highest names are us fol
lows. Contest closes May 31:
Bob Atherton .
Harry James .
G. I* Aust'n.
Howard Minlely ...
Dean Sibley .
Walter Null .
Lester Paddock ..
Willie Marlott -
O. Shipman
Willie Murphy ....
Exchange Store, 1009 Mai»..
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Pantalettes of white satin trimmed with shadow lace are particularly
adapted to wear under lance frocks jr daily negligees The bodice and the
bloomers are gathered on elastic bands which insnre a perfect fit The
shadow lace is of fine material and haa a most pleasing effect on the
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the nitrate plant amendment
to retur
to the house for further instructions.
He flatly stated, however, that the
house would not accept the volunteer
army, and the senate conferees would
not recede.
"In .view of the apparent present
deadlock, an effort is to be made to
get further information from the
house. We do not expect to take up
the disputed points in the senate at
this time because our conferees are
unanimous and the senate has already
passed on the subjects in the contro
versy."
HAS GIVEN ORDERS FOR
(Continued from First Page)
duct of warfare t- these rules.
Fiat Refusal Given.
"Several attempts ma' by the gov
ernment of the United States to prevail
upon the British government to act ac
cordingly failed because of flat refusal
on the part of tho British government.
"The German people knows that U»c
government of the United States has
the power to confine the war to the
armed forces of the belligerent coun
tries, in the interest of humanity and
the maintenance of International law.
The government of the United States
would have been certain of attaining
this end had it been determined to in
sist ..gainst Great Britain her incon
trovertible rights to the freedom of the
seas. But as matters stand the German
people i s under the impression that the
government of the United Sates, while
demanding that Germany, struggling
for her existence shall refrain the use
of an effective weapon, and while mak
ing compliance with these demands a
condition for the maintenance of rela
tions with Germiny, confines itself to
protests against the illegal methods
adopted by Germany's enemies. More
over, the German people know to what
a considerable extent their enemies are
supplied with all kinds of war material
from tile United States."
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BRAZIL WILL INQUIRE
INTO SINKING OF SHIP
Rio Janeiro, May 5.—The Brazilian
government has notified the German
legation that it has ordered an urgent
inquiry into the sinking of the Bra
zilian steamship Rio Branco, in order
to be able to act with certainty for
the defense of its neulral rights,
telegrams
announce that the Rio
torpedoed,
ly aroused and unanimously demand
energetic intervention by the Brazilian
| government.
Wednesday the Jornal do Comercio
advocated co-operation with the Unit
States In Its fight against submarine
warfare as it has been carried on. Its
lead is followed Thursday by the
other newspapers, which are strong In
their denunciation.
Official
received here
Branco was
The newspapers are sreat
Garden, grass and field seeds. W. a
Jk G. Co. 9th and Grove. Phone 323. L
Clean-Up Day in Minnesota.
St. Paul, Minn., May 5.—This is
spring cleaning day in Minnesota and
brooms and dust cloths, rakes and
shovels, wheelbarrows and ash carts
have been kept busy over the state
since early morning. Elaborate plans
have been made In both city and rural
districts and the cleaning promises to
be a most thorough one. Tho clean-up
was called for In a proclamation by
I Governor Burnqulst.

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W. 8. & G. Co., cor. Ith and Grove.
Beeds, plants, etc., true to name.
Phone 323.
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Court House News.
For the second time in the past
year Rose B. Gardiner has filed suit
for divorce from James T. Gardiner.
Her second suit fas filed in district
court late yesterday afternoon and in
it she alleges cruel treatment and
non-support and asks the custody of
their five minor children, also that
the court restrain the defendant from
disposing of any of their community
property pending the suit. The cou
ple were married in Boise. Dec. 23, 1900.
The first suit filed by Mrs. Gardiner
was dismissed last December upon mo
tion of her attorney.
Charles DeBoer has filed suit in dis
trict court for divorce from Edith May
DeBoer. The papers were withdrawn.
The civil suit over Interests in cer
tain lots la Boise In which J. J. Neal
and H. E. Neal are plaintiffs and I*
L. Folsom and A. J. Swain defend
ants, has been continued until May 9.
Testimony In the case
heard yesterday.
as partially
I. J. Savage has filed suit in district
court against John T. Norton in which
he asks *468 for work performed by
him on the defendant's mining claims
in ti c Black Hornet district. He al
leges he was engaged to w'ork at the
rate of $3 per day and board and
that he haa never been paid for his
labor.
Late this afternoon in district court
Ed M. Cooper will plead guilty to the
charge of bigamy. Cooper was arrest
ed- In Portland about a month
charged with wife desertion,
serted his wife and took $150 of her
money several days after their mar
riage here. Upon being brought back
he pleaded guilty and was given a
Jail sentence by Judge D. T. Miller. It
was learned that he had a wife and
children at Ogden and the authorities
had Intended filing a bigamy charge
against him as soon as his sentence
was completed. Today he announced
his intention to plead guilty to the
charge and received his sentence The
penalty for bigamy H six months in
the county Jail and a fine of $200 or
from six months to five years in the
penitentiary and a fine of $2000.
ago.
He de
Quaker City for Preparedness.
Philadelphia, May 5.—Philadelphia
today Indulged In a mammoth pre
paredness demonstration, with a big
parade of civic and military organiza
tions as Its leading feature. The detn
lonstratlon was intended to mark the
beginning of a campaign by which
Pennsylvania hopes to raise 48,000 citi
zen soldiers and $500,000 for prepared
ness.
Antediluvian.
(From Judge)
Grandma—He'd make you a model
husband.
Elsie—Last year's model. Grandma!
Subsoriba for the Capital Newt,
Applied Proverb of
Modern Business
"Faint heart ne'ar wen fat
dollara."
Or as John Wanamaker once
slated another phase of the equa
tion:
"Advertising Is no business
for the quitter."
The man that sticks at it
wins. The article with merit
that ia advertised day In and
day out la the article that turns
profits for Its sponsors.
The effect of advertising is
cumulative. Returns grow big
ger with every repetition.
There are advertisers using
this newspaper that increase
their space year after year.
And each year their salee en
large. They are men who find
that advertlelng pays.
PUMPING PLANTS
BONG INSTAUfD
ALONG THE SNAKE
The Electric Investment
Company Is Putting in a
Number of Plants Be
tween Nyssa and Weiser.
(Staff Correspondence)
Payette, May 6.—The Payette branch
of the Electric Investment company has
already Installed in the territory' be
tween Nyssa and Weiser 22 jumping
plants for Irrigating tracts of land
that are above the present ditches and
river In their respective localities.
These pumping plants range from two
Their aggre
is about 320 and they
to 125 horsepower each,
gate horsepow
will pump water for about 2500 acres,
mostly In small tracts.
There are more of these pumping
plants being installed by the farmers
this spring than a year ago. It Is an
other evidence that the farmers
more prosperous. Many of them made
money the past six months on high
priced hay, in the sale of dairy prod
ucts, and in the sale of hogs, cattle and
sheep. Everything in the shape of
livestock is bringing big prices now.
E. M. Grelg of Ontario, agent for the
Allis-Chalmers Pump company, has
just received one carload of pumps and
motors, and other local shipments are
coming.
The Payette branch of the Electric
Investment company has sold
for irrigation to the following this
spring: H. S. Burroughs,
.Short Line Ditch company, Nyssa; H.
Bostik, Nyssa; P.
N y ssa;
Trow, Ontario; John Walker, Weiser;
J, K. Sheldon, B. L. Davidson, L. L,
Seeley, H. C. Prior. C. L. Peck, all ,.f
New Plymouth; and the
Payette people:
I. W. Kenward, Miles Cannon, Chris
Hendricksen, L. V. Patch, W. H. Tren
ner. Michael Harris, A. E. Belnap.
The Riverside Orchard company, of
near Falk, of which M B. Hambly is
manager, is installing a 16-horsepower,
four-cylinder engine operated with
coal oil, for the purpose of irrigating
100 acres of land.
The farmers of southern Idaho and
eastern Oregon are showing more evi
dences of prosperity this spring than
they have for a number of years.
are
pumps
Nyssa;
6'. Countryman.
W. T. Fellow, Nyssa; A. W.
following
John Hill, Albert Hill,
WILCOX GARAGE AT
The Wilcox garage at Burley was
totally destroyed by fire Wednesday
night, causing a loss estimated at
$4'),0U0, automobiles, accessories and
building. Twenty-four machines were
burned, and according to the word re
ceived here, about half the number
were tranclent. The loss of the garage
and stock was fully covered by Insur
ance and also a number of the ma
chines. Among the machines burned
was the Overland, owned by Neil Mc
Cleary, a commercial man, traveling
out of Boise. His machine was in
sured by a local company.
And the Jackass.
(From Judge)
Imitation Is the slncerest form of;
flattery, and the jackass is a much flat
tered animal.
SAYS FRANK WOODS
CO-OPERATION WILL
GET BETTER LAWS,
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Frank P. Wood».
Closer co-operation between the I
people and congress ia the slogan of
Representative Frark P Woods, of
Iowa, recently re-elected chairman of
the Rerubtican congressional cam
1 paign committee Citizens can help
make better laws in two ways, he !
says —by informing congressmen on
legislative needs and by criticizing
I bill*.
MAY SUIT SALE
affording most noteworthy
bargains of the season
Saturday will prove a day of surprises in Suit values at this store,
and a day of special savings for you.
The great majority of Sedgley Suits have been assembled in four
big lots, each one affording values you positively
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should not miss.
$ 12 9 ?
$ 17 95
$ 22 95
$ 27 9 ~
Sedgley's $15.00 and $18.75 Suits
in special May sale.
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Sedgley's $22.50 and $25.00 Suits
in special May sale.
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Sedgley's $27.50 and $31.50 Suits
in special May sale.
Bedgley's $33.00 to $39.50 Suits
in special May sale.
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Com© prepared to encounter America's finest Suits at price* fully
one-fourth to one-third less than original selling price*.
WOMENS
APPAREL &
MILLINERY
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Special
Showing
Silk
Dresses
Special
Sale
of

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y house or
^ COURTESY
Overland Bldg.—Eighth St.
Coats
$12.95
$13.95.
T. a. DKVANBY. Mgr.
Greetings for Secretary Tumulty.
Washington, May 5.—Nearly all of
the callers at the White House execu
tlve offices today took occasion to offer
their personal congratulations to Jo
seph P. Tumults', secretary to Presi
dent Wilson, on the occasion of his
thirty-seventh birthday anniversary.
Mr. Tumulty was born In Jersey City,
May 5, 1878.
Nearly 700 women have taken courses
at the Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology since the first woman graduated
from the Institution In 1871.
The IlllnolB state board of adminis
tration has decided to install women in
place of men as attendants in all the
state asylums for the Insane.
Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood, the founder
of the Daughters of the American Rev
olution, will celebrate her eighty-flfth
birthday annive: sary during the pres
ent year.
Mrs. Nora S. Blatch, who holds a de
gree of civil engineer from Cornell uni
versity, has fill j. an application in the
New York supreme court requiring the
American Society of Civil Engineers to
admit her as a lember.
It is said that an organization of
women in Japan numbers 10,000 mem
bers, who have sworn never to marry
unless their prospective husbands agree
to support a movement for obtaining
for them equal treatment with men and
an improved economic position.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Boise City Canal Company, Principal
Place of Business at Boise, Idaho.
Notice.
There is delinquent upon the follow
ing described stock on account of as
sessment levied on the 4th day cf
March, 3916, the several amounts set
opposite the names of the respective
stockholders, as follow's:
Certificate
No.
No. Shares
Name.
Mrs. Jo Carson. 178
George Feldler. . 174
F. J. Garver and
Geo. T. Ostrom. 163
J. C. McIntyre.. 176
Bernard
McCoffrey . 129
B. F. Olden.... 121
Wm. H. Smith.. 160
Carl J. Solberg. . 134
And in accordance with law. so mans'
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may be necessary w'lll be sold at the
office of the companj', 309 Overland
building, Boise, Ada county, Idaho, on
the 20tli day of May, 1916, at 3 o'clock
p. m. of such day, to pay delinquent as
sessment thereon, together with the
cost of advertising and expenses of
J. L. NIDAY,
Secret a ry,
307 Overland Bldg, Boise. Idaho.
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Amount
$3.50
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135
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sale.
SATURDAY ONLY
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Choice
Hats
$5
You'll not
f i n d better
bargains
than these
elsewhere in
Boise.
At the Greatly
Reduced Price of
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Sir John Maxwell ia in command
of all the British troops in Ireland
and is charged with the suppression
of the revolt- He enmmarded the
troops in Egypt and recently return
ed to England.
The Futility of Knowledge.
(From Judge)
"You can't make me believe a college
education gits you anything," said the
young man who had won two medals
for fox-trotting.
"Still I always thought college fel
lows jvas awful swell," replied the girl.
"Nothin' doin'! We got one of them
in our office that always sas's 'whom'
and 'notwithstandln'. and say. I heard
the boss callin' him down today the
worst I ever seen. What's the use
knowln' them kind of words if s'ou can't
talk back?"
Colonel Roosevelt never did have the
approbation of the circumlocution
crowd.
O'CEDAR POLISH
50c size
30c
Saturday Special
M'CRUM DRUG CO.
SONNA BLOCK
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
GIRLS WANTED at
Laundry.
once at America
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CANDY1 CANDY!
TOMORROW SPECIAL— Butterscotch
squares, this usually sells at 30c pet
pound, Saturday, special, 15c
Gum!
kinds.
pound;
Again tomorrow, all
packages,
squares, a pound, 15c:
mels, a pound, 15c; lemon drops, a
pound, 15c; peanut brittle, a pound,
15c; all day suckers tomorrow two
for lc; fresh toasted marshmallows,
a half pound, 10c; chocolate covered
carmels, half pound, 10c; tiny stick
candy, half pound, 10c;
zenges, half pound, 10c.
THE RACKET STORE
Gum:
2
3c; pean i
rapped car
mtnt lo
Kalbus Bros.
Opp. Postofflce
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A REDUCED PRICE ON
Community Silver
For 10 Day* Only.
All Silverware has advanced
The Community was
In price,
the last to advance, but they
have finally been compelled to
raise prices. But for the next 10
days, sou can buy Community
Silver from ua at the old prices.
We now have a full stock In 2
grades.
Per Plate 10-year guarantee.
Reliance Plate, 25-year guar
antee.
Community
guarantee.
We carry 8 patterns—all the
popular ones.
The following gives one an Idea
as to the Low prices that Silver
can be purchased for:
Silver,
50-yaar
Teaspoons, Par Plate,
set of 6 ...
Teaspoons, Reliance
Plate, set of 6 .. .$1.10
Teaspoons, Community,
set of 6. $2.15
-75c
Hundreds of other pieces at
Bargain Prices.
Store New
We are still selling
Wall Paper % at bargain prices, due
to our oarload buy. If you need
Dinnerware, eithar by the piece
or set, we have what you want
at lower than alaewhare |
just let us figure with
sets—42 pieces
from.
prices;
you ;
$ 1.99
UP
Saturday Bargain-This
week is Sample Dolls,
all sizes and kinds,
worth more
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821 MAIN STREET.

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