Hade from Cream of Tartar
NO ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE
(Continued from Page Three.)
Hare from Boise Is $69.64. In view of
■the Importance of this meeting our
[church should be represented by sev
I The Young Women's Mission circle
liwlll meet at the parsonage Wednes
Iday evening of next week at 8 o'clock.
nAn Interesting program on Indian work,
[including a missionary play, has been
(prepared. All the young women of the
(congregation are Invited.
All those who have been received
(into our membership during the past
[month are urged to be present at the
(communion service Sunday morning to
receive -the hand of fellowship. Ap
propriate booklets containing certlfl;
cates of baptism will be given those
I who came upon profession of faith.
FIR8T CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Sermon themes: Morning service,
"The Perfection of Christ"; evening,
"Who Is a Christian?"
The Endeavor prayer meeting will be
lead by Miss LaPearle Moore. Topic,
"The Consecration of Time."
On Tuesday evening a ''May day"
■octal was given the Endeavorers at
the home of Mr. J. E. Pfost, 419 State
atreet- A delightful time was had and
refreshments were served.
Three automobile loads of choir
members went to the Mays home on
the bench and gave Miss, Mamie Mays
a surprise shower Tuesday evening.
This was the third party given In hon
or of Miss Mamie, the others being
given by the Christian Endeavor and
the Loyal Daughters. The many pres
ents she received shows how deeply her
work among us has been appreciated.
The auxiliary of the C. W. B. M.
[which met with Mrs. E'lls, Wednesday
last wat largely attended. Miss Helen
Eastman's reading was a most appro
priate one. Excellent talks were made
by Mesdames Eastman, Kline, Frazier,
and Gulser. The organization Is cer
tainly fortunate in having as Its presl
dent Mrs. Z. B. Barker. She is proving
a very efficient and capable leader.
The Ursula Errett Mission circle will
bold Its regular monthly meeting Tues
day evening, May 9, at 8 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. A. W. Cate, 109 Jefferson
street. Mrs. Thompson, the superin
tendent, having moved to Athena, Ore.,
Mrs. Cate will have charge of the cir
cle. "India" will be the topic for the
evening. All members are requested to
bring their Easter thank offering. All
young people ar j cordially Invited to be
The districts of the Aid will meet
Wednesday afternoon, May 10, as fol
First District—Mrs. L. E. Allum
baugh, 1603 North Fourteenth street.
Mrs. George Grover will conduct a class
In systematic Bible study.
Second sesctlon—Mrs. Brown, 905
Third District—Mrs. I. N. Hall, 1215
Franklin street. This will be a "Ken
Fourth District—Meeting will be held
at the church. Mrs. W. J. Schwartz will
succeed Mrs. J. L. Thompson as teacher
of the Bible class.
Fifth District—Mrs. J. Ferrell, on the
Mrs. C, L. Swormstedt has been
chosen to preside at the session of the
mid-week prayer servie ; Thursday eve
ning, May 11. The subject for discus
sion will be: "Helpful Elements in
For special music the choir will sing
an anthem at the Lord's day morning
service. In the evening the male quurtet
which has favored us with so many de
lightful numbers will t.ng. This quartet
is composed of Messrs. Allen, Harvey,
Stamper and White.
Amont.' the sick of our brotherhood
•re the following: Mr. D. Eastman,
Eighth and Alturas streets. At St.
■Duke's hospital: Mrs. McPherson of
Pocatello, Mrs. Duroc of Caldwell, and
Mrs. Nancy J. Francis. It is desired
that calls be made and that speciul
prayers be mide for their recovery.
The pastoi s sermon subjects for this
Sunday are, fc- the morning, "A
Broken World and a Mended Future";
to/ the evening, "Profit and Loss." There
Will be two special numbers of m'ialc
in the mcrnlng, a tenor solo by Mr.
Biggs. "His Elessed Face" by Blount;
also a trio from "The Holy City" by
Gaul, s mg by Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Doo
little and Mr. Biqgn. In the evening the
chorus choir will i?p
last Sundry isorair., i
... _ „
Mias Mable Routson will lead the De
Mtlonal meeting of the Epworth league
at 7 o'clock. Miss Routson always has
something: Interesting to present to the
leaguers so we are assured of a rood
meeting. The league room should be
The First division of the Ladles' Aid
society will meet on Wednesday after
noon at 2:80 o'clock with Mrs. H. C.
McCllsh at 919 Pueblo street. All wo
men Interested In the work of the
church are Invited.
Monday evening. May 8, at the home
of Miss Mollie Eagles, 1021 North
Twenty-first street, the Epworth
league will give a "worlc-a-day" social.
The young ladles will wear their kitch
en aprons and the young men their
overalls or working clothes. A good
time Is promised to all who attend.
You are Invited.
The Boy Scouts will visit Troop 4 of
the First M. E. church next Friday
night at 7 o'clock and hear some tales
of Alaskan adventure by an experienc
ed surveyor who spent several years
roughing It In that country. The Joint
meeting will also furnish an opportun
ity for practice on the demonstration
which Is being prepared for the state
Sunday school onventlon which Is to
be held In Boise, May 18-20. The pastor
has been Invited to assist in the forma
tion of a troop of Boy Scouts at Eagle
next Sunday night.
Those who missed the prayer meet
ing last Thursday night missed the
best meeting of the year so far. The
subject next Thursday night will be:
"What the Bible Means to Me."
The Junior League had a very suc
cessful outdoor meeting and baslcet
supper In the hills last Thursday after
noon. Over 60 were In attendance and
some good pictures were secured.
As a result of the co-operative ser
vice held last Sunday morning 57 per
sons pledged themselves to definite
forms of religious work, and the church
will now move forward with greater ef
ficiency than ever before.
Next Tuesday evening the masculine
contingent of the Sunday school will
entertain the feminine portion of the
school In acknowledgement of the out
come of the contest for attendance. The
men are to furnish the program and the
women and girls the refreshments. A
Jolly time will result.
DECLARES ROAD IS
The road built along the west side of
the Payette river in Boise county In
1911 is county property and not state,
therefore the fencing of thl., road or its
obstruction Is reached by statute em
powering road overseers with certain
duties. This Is In substance the ruling
of Attorney General J. H. Peterson
made In answer to a query from Gover
nor Alexander. The right to obstruct
this particular road which was built
with state funds was raised by a resi
dent of Boise county. The governor re
ferred the matter to the attorney gen
eral who submitted the following re
"Hon. M. Al'xander,
"1 have your letter of May 1, In which
you Inquire whether the wagon road
built along the west side of the Payette
river In Boise county In 1911, at an ex
pense of $28,000 Is state property In the
sense that the fencing thereof would be
a trespass upon state property.
"I take It that the road referred to Is
the road provided for by Chap. 109,
Session Laws 1911, wherein an
prlatlon of $20.000 Is authorized for the
building of a road from Boise, Ada
county, to Payette lakes in Boise
"If I am right In this, then the road
as completed becomes the property of
the county in which It Is located, that
Is, the portion of the road In Boise
county Is a county road and the prop
erty of the county.
"The remedy for encroachment upon
a highway, such as I conceive this to
be, is provided by Section 948 and sub
sequent sections of the Code.
"Notice should be given, orally or In
writing, by the road overseer of the
district In which the obstruction
curs, requiring that the encroachment
be removed. Ten days Is given within
which removal Is to be had after
vice of the notice. A penalty Is
vided by the statute, in the nature of a
forfeiture of $19 for each day the ob
struction continues thereafter,
provided that if the encroachment
such that it effectually obstructs and
prevents the use of the road, then the
road overseer may summarily
"The statute also provides methods
by which the question of whether
not an encroachment Is an obstruction
and interferes with travel may be tried.
"Trusting this answers your Inquiry,
"Yours very truly,
''J. H. PETERSON,
BOISE AND PAYETTE
TEAMS MEET TODAY
at 4 o'clock the
und Payette high schools will
clash gn the local school diamond.
Having been defeated before by the
local high school team the Payette
high expects to reverse the tables this
afternoon and carry off the scalp of
Coach Mitchell's tribe.
ful the prune pickers will be remains
to be seen.
Eddy will climb the
'fürings o. the lecal team.!
ated twir'.er with the high
school Is in excellent condition and
expects to be able to hold the Payette
sluggers to a few scattered hits.
BOISE IS THIRD
AT MOSCOW MEET
Colfax High School Carries
Away the Honors, With
(Capital News Special Servi oe.)
Moscow. May 8.4-Boise finished third
In the Interscholastlo track and field
meet held here yesterday In a driz
zling rain. Colfax high school car
ried off the honore of the meet Lew
iston high school was second. On
points the contesting teams finished as
Colfax, 86; Lewiston, 18; Boise, 16;
Nez Perce, 19; Frazer, 9; Welppe, 9;
Rupert, 8; Orangeville, 7; Idaho
Falls, 6; Payette, 4; Post Falls, 3;
Rigby, 3; Culdesäc, S; Moscow, 8;
The principal Individual point win
Nordyke of Colfax, 20%; Bevls of
Lewiston, 16%; Parker of Colfax, 10%;
Lamb of Boise, If; Schroeder of FYa
Boise carried off two firsts. Lamb
taking the shot put on 42 feet and
the discus throw, 104 feet and 3
Inches. Pyper of Boise was second
In the 120-yard hurdles and second in
the 220-yard hurdles.
Western and southern Idaho ath
letes were successful In some of the
other events, Including the following:
Lowery of Payette, third In the mile
run; Pringle of Rupert, third In the
220-yard hurdler; Irving of Rupert,
third in the discus throw; relay race
won by Jordan, Wood, Sauter and
Wakerlt, the Idaho Falls team.
The winners oif the Y, M. C. A.
indoor sport contest were announced
last night and it was found that three
high school students were successful,
Arthur Dickey winning the gold medal
and Harry Arnold the cup with 6%
record; Arnold Cobley taking second
place and Chester Miller third. To
retain the Harry: Arnold cup, Dickey
will have to win f.he meet twice more.
A large shield vjdth the names and
records of the winners wtll be hung
in the Y. M. C. A. rooms.
Dickey won the 50-yard run, potato
races, including three separate .events,
and the 100-yard run.
Cobley won thq springboard jump
and ring vault.
Miller won thej running high Jump
and the 60-yard, Ithree potato race.
Public Utilities Commission
Will Make Inquiry Into
The public utilities commission will
investigate the alleged insurance com
bination to Increase the fire insurance
rates in Idaho. At a conference held
between Governor Alexander and
Attorney General; Peterson th.e ques
tion of enforcing: the anti-trust law
against the insurance companies was
discussed. It was decided that some
action should be taken and an agree
ment was reached to ask the public
utilities commission to proceed with
an investigation. The commission is
to be given evert possible assistance
by the attorney gjeneral. It 1s under
stood tha. the ojimmisslon will take
up the investigation without delay.
The governor wrote the attorney
general several days ago asking him v if
the companies responsible for the inV
creased nsurunce rates could be
reached by the anti-trust laws. In re
ply the attorney general held the pres
ent anti-trust lark adequate to deal
with the matter. He also assured the
governor he woulc| be glad to do what
he could to aid the Investigation,
providing the governor felt the evi
dence at hand was sufficient to war
rant such a step being taken. The
utto.ney general took occasion to roast
the last legislature for its failure to
pass the anti-trust bill that he had
drafted and which the lower house
As a result of the attorney
general's reply the conference took
Reply to Governor's Letter,
In answer to the overnor's letter
the attorney general said In part:
"The anti-trust: law of this state,
while not as eorrjprehenslve as could
be wished. Is, nevertheless, a workable
statute against combinations In re
straint of trade. |lf there Is a combi
nation among Insurance men of the
state for the purpose of raising or reg
ulating Insurance rates. It Is the be
lief of the undersigned that this would
be a violation of the anti-trust law.
"The anti-trust law of the state,
which is chapter 126, session laws,
1911, provides am appropriation of
$1000 to be expended under the direc
tion of the attorney general and the
governor in carrying out the provis
ions of the said apt?
"I shall be mote than delighted to
co-operate with you In an investiga
tion of the question of whether or not
there la an insurance combination In
the state of Idaho, If In your judgment
you deem the evidence at hand suf
ficient to Justify the expense neces
sarily attendant upon such investlgn
Liberty Theater, May 11, 12, 18.
♦f Baseball Results. +
Won Lost Pet
Chicago . , . -.
Detroit. . ..
St. Louts .
Philadelphia . _
. 9 8
Nunamaker; Ruth, Mays, Gregg, Jones
and Thomas, Agnew. (is innings.)
. 8 11 2
. 4 6 2
8 hawkey and
Cleveland . . ......
Coveleskie and O'Neill;
Benz and Schalk.
2 7 1
St. Louis ....
Plank, Sallee and Hartley;
nlngham, Boland, James,
Boehler and Stanage.
. 6 9 1
At Philadelphia— Washington-Phila
delphia game postponed; rain.
Won Lost Pst
Brooklyn . .
Chicago . . .
St. Louis ..
New York .
McConnell, Hendrix, Seaton
Archer: Harmon, ^vlamaux, Kantleh
ner and Schmidt.
R. H. E.
6 9 1
8 11 2
At St. Louis—
St. Louis .
Knetzer, Mitchell and Clarke; Mead
ows. Jasper and Gonzales, Snyder.
R. H. E.
7 10 4
9 16 1
At New York—Boston-New York
game postponed; wet grounds.
At Brooklyn— Philadelphia-Brooklyn
gamepostponed; wet grounds.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet.
17 12 .686
18 14 .663
14 14 .500
12 13 .480
14 17 .453
10 16 .400
Los Angeles .
Oakland . . ..
Portland . . ..
At San Francisco—
Prough, Klawltter and
Steen, Brooks and Sepulveda.
R. H. E.
2 8 0
3 9 0
At Los Angeles—
! Salt Lake .
Warhop, Dougan, Klein and Han
nah; E. Johnson and Whaling.
R. H. E.
6 9 1
At Portland—Los Angeles-Portland
game postponed; rain.
Won Lost Pet.
Spokane . .
Seattle . . .
Tacoma . .
4 4 .500
4 5 .444
2 5 .286
R. H. E.
Spokane . .
0 7 2
. 3 8 1
Murray; Aoosta and
Great Falls .,
White and Haworth, Rose, Mclvor
R. H. E.
6 8 0
Toledo, 3: Kansas City, 10.
Indianapolis, 2; St. Paul, 6.
Louisville, 1; Minneapolis, 7.
Columbus, 4; Milwaukee, 0.
Sioux C ity, 2; Omaha, 5.
Lincoln, 6; Des Moines, 11.
Topeka, 9; Wichita, 3.
St. Joseph, 2; Denver, 8.
LEANS THE FAVORITES
IN TOMORROW'S DANE
A flanking relief corps will he on
hand to come to the aid of the Leans
when they meet the Fata at Cody
park tomorrow afternoon In the chal
lenge game of the season, and that Is
not meant literally, either. Included
In the corps are "Golf Faxton, 111%
pounds; George Myer, 129 1-8 pounds;
Otto Jones, 127% pounds and "Slim"
Hindman, 102%. The sporting editor
of the Capital News ts not responsi
ble for the naming of these weights,
They were slipped under the door by
some ardent Lean.
If the Fats had nothing to worry
about before, they will have after re
viewing tha line-up presented by the
Leans. Captain Collins has been re
viewing exhibits for the past month
in an endeavor to select the most
likely aggregation of human tooth
picks that ever decorated an alkali
bed. It Is up to you, gentle reader,
to determine In your own mind just
how successful, he luls been. Hero Is
the cast :
"Kid" Ricks, 104 and no more,
pitcher; "Ba.be" Brown, 188, catcher;
"Slim" Ready. 127%, right garden
ON MY FACE
Developed Into Hard Pimples. Large
and Irritated. Face Was in
an Awful Condition!
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"I first noticed watery pimples on my face
which began to develop Into hard plmplee,'
and they would disappear Into the skin and
would thon leave marks
\ upon my face. The pimples
were large and running
Jj| water all tha time and they
festered and Irritated. My
face was In an awful
"I ran acroas a Cutteura
Soap and Ointment adver
tisement In a magazine so I tried it. I first
bathed my face well with Cutlcura Soap
and then spread the Ointment on and In
about a week's time they disappeared
altogether and I wee entirely well."
(Signed) Mies Josephine Gotch. Box 123,
Box Elder, Mont., July 18, 1915.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With 32-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress post-Card "Cutlcura, Dept. T, Boa
ton." Sold throughout the world.
tender; "Bean Pole" Silversmith, 123%,
center fly chaser; "Kid" White, 129
pounds, keystone bag duster; Frank
Noble, 101% "spare" pitcher; ''Billy"
Leon (?) 117, left garden high ball
artist; "Baldy" Nick Collins, 134
pounds, midway groove blocker; "Bob"
Hoirie, 133% pounds, third corner
ozone plugger; "Billy" Gove, 131
pounds, second sack tender; Loyd Sy
mons, 103%. "spare" fielder; "Kid"
Ash, 109 pounds, "spare" catcher and
Fred Murphey has suspended over the
home plate a box of Murphey's Bests
to go to the winning club and Jack
Nagle has promised to slip across a
keg of cider for the convenience and
necessity of the would-be ball players.
The Home of The
BRANCH BARN AT
The Percheron type snd weight
is best for draft horses on farms
or in cities. Our heavy bonsd
stallions are what you need to
improve the quality of your
horses. Let us tell you about our
sales plan—it will interest you.
WILLIAM T. TRACY, Manager. ;
4th & Lander Sts.—Phone 1103W \
| Pocatello, Idaho. i
The smooth, quick de
veloping, easy fattening
kind. Large litters and
some of the best blood
lines of the breed. Get some of my
Rambler and Nebraska Chief blood.
Bred and open gilts and young boars
BLUE RIBBON HERD j
Young boars large enough for service.
Open gilts and bred sows for sale.
Write for pedigrees and prices.
L. Shelman, Springfield, Ida.
Midland Breeding Farms.
I have 60 head of halfen
and heifer calves for sale,
head of young bulls, old
enough tor light service In
spring: 29« head in herd.
Address L. L. Young, Prop. Nampa, Ida.
bred and open.
b n 4
We have a few bull calves (6 and 7
months old) which are out of high
producing dams and show excellent
type and breeding. These calves will
develop into good herd bulls In a few
! months and can be had now at low
prices. DeKol, Korndyke, Sarcastic
Lad and other blood Unes. Write for
pedigrees and prices.
Choice lot of boars and hred and
open gilts from 60 to 300 pounds.
Have 60 head ot big, heavy shearing
purebred Ramoulllet rams. Address
V. D. HANNAH & SONS,
J. S. HULBERT
Storage for household goods, pianos
and furniture. Few ecual, none better.
Peasley Transfer & Storage Co.
Phone 7!. Adv.
T TTTT ŸYy
Get our fully Illustrated
catalogue. Our direct
selling prices will sur
Hardwar -, Moulding. Posts,
all at money-saving prices.
ROVIG WALL BOARD
at 820 per 1000 sq. feet. Is a
wonder. Writs to Rovlg and
çr " prlBe you.
iff panel Doors 11.30.
I * EVERYTHING FOR. • -
THE BUILDER I
1120 Western Av, Seattle, Wn. g
Now is the time to pre
pare for hog cholera. After
wintering your hogs you
cannot afford to lose them.
The proper and safe way is
to immunize your herd be
fore cholera gets into it.
This can be done safely and
cheaply by using the Yeo
mans-Miller Co.'s Anti-Hog
Manufactored at Boise,
! I Souirrd and Gopher Poison
Destroys Soyirrels.Gopher %,
Prairie Doô». Rats.Mice,''
Crows and all Pests
Results - or your .
Mone y Back
Ask for theRed Kind"
Sold by All Dealers
Drug Co., Portland, Ors.
TYPE QUALITY MEDIUM
Stock for sale at all times.
Top animals at reasonable prices.
Greenleaf Stock Ranch
Wilson Bros, Props.
SEGIS WALKER PIETERTJE LAD
Who's dams for six generations lead
the world in average production, has
sired some fine bull calves out of A. R.
O. dams running up to 30-pound rec
ords. Also a few cows for sale. I can
furnish excellent registered Duroc
hogs at reasonable prices.
H. R. BOOMER, New Plymouth, Ida.
DEALER IN LIVESTOCK
Successor to Tillamook Co-operative
Stock Market; calves a specialty; will
sell under same conditions and same
Mountain View Herd
Best lines of breeding.
Size with quality: young boars and
gilts for sale.
H. L. RANDALL, Boise, Ida., R. 0. 2
Red Polled Cattle
Beef and Butter
The D. L. YOUNG FARMS
G. E. NOBLE, Veterinarian,
uu Grove Stmt,
Patronize the old reliable home Indus
try. Supply unlimited. Only distrib
uted by Idaho Hdw. St Plumbing Co,
Boise, Idaho; Charles J. Slnsel, Boise,
Idaho; McLain Hdw. Co, Nampa,
Idaho; Meridian Spray Mfg. Co, Me
Tha Idaho Stats Nurssry of
Nampa offers for sals tha fol
Mammoth Blank Twig
White Winter Peannain
Italian Prunes (all sise«)
Goo sober riez
White Elm* (large)
Carolina Poplars (lane)
Black Locusts (large)
Roses and Shrubs
Twenty years in bnstnsss at
My first stock to grow» from
Nursery located one and «no
half miles northeast of Nampa,
Idaho. Get my price list before
All orders packed Lab, Ad
H. a MONCS. NAMPA, IDAHO
Have Several Thousand
That I win offer at special prices
for quick sale,
complete lias of fruit and orna
mental stock. Order anything In
the nursery Una ot
X have else a
H. 8. WAYNE, Proprietor
Get my quotations on
Fruit, Shads and Ornamental Tress,
Small Fruits, Vines, Roses A Plants.
Healthy, home grown stock from my
nursery at Twin Falls. A lifelong ex
perience in the nursery business,
TWIN FALL8 NUR8ERY
Jas. A. Waters, Prop, Twin Falls, Ida.
A Complete Stock of Home*
Get prices on my grafted Walnut trees
and Shade Trees. Our stock of small
fruits and berries Is complet*.
Send for Catalog.
HOME GROWN TREES
ENGLISH WALNUT TREES
The special hardy kind for Idaho.
Qrafte<1 and bears early, large nuts.
Finest kind of shade tree,
J. F. LITTOOY
Box 1408, Boise, Idaho.
Licensed and Bonded Nurseryman.
Stocky, vigorous and well-rooted fruit,
shade and ornamental trees of all klnda
ITALIAN PRUNE TREE8
Lzirge assortment, stocky trees, low
Your orders for Fruit, Shade and
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Roses,
Vines, etc. Our stock Is com
plete, and we are In a position
to fill your wants with A1 stock.
Send u* your order and be con
Idaho Nursery Co.
Local and District Agents
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