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10 RELIEVE THE
GOAL
Appeals for Aid Received by
the State Public Utilities
Commission From More
Towns in Southern Idaho.
OREGON SHORT LINE
PROMISES TO HELP
Cars Will Be Diverted to
the Points Where Fuel Is
Most Needed-Murtaugh
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and Minidoka the Latest
Towns to Enter Complaint
Murtaugh and Minidoka reported a
eerlous coal shortage to the public
Utilities commission today. Both towns
The short
are badly In need of fuel.
has been reported to the Oregon
age
Short Line and that railroad will en
dsever to givo relief by billing some of
the cars now en route to Idaho from
the Utah mines, to both places.
Shoshone and Emmett also notified
the commission they are running short
ef coal. Plans arc under way now to
relieve the situation at both places by
diverting cars of coal In transit. W. C.
Smith of the Lemhi Title & Abstract
MEN'S TIES
J3aja£__
RIBBONS FOR FANCY WORK
Men's Silk Four-In-Hand Ties, a
pretty assortment to choose from at
A large assortment of wide fancy
B ' bbo "r. 15c, 22c. «, 35c
Tl
25c 35c 49c
at .
1012-1014-1016 MAIN
ONLY SEVEN MORE SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS —We are
You will find Christ
showing a large and varied assortment of Christmas Gifts,
mas shopping very easy if you come to this store, and as always you will find our
prices the lowest. _'
TOYS—TOY3
MAHOGANY CANDLE
STICKS.
Solid Mahogany Candle
Sticks, per pair... .$1.25
RIBBON NOVELTIES
Santa Is certainly making his headquarters at the Cash Bazar
this year. He has supplied us with the most complete stock
of Toys, Dolls, Games, Books, Mechanical Toys, Wheel goods.
Dishes, etc., that you will
Ribbon Novelties with
Ehoe spoon and button
hook, manicure set,
dressing set, a neat gift
Bicycles, Doll Buggies, Furniture,
find In Boise. Do your shopping here, where you can find Just
29c
for
what you want.
MAHOGANY TRAYS.
Mahogany .trays, 17
11H. each
13x19, each .$1.64
TOYS
Special for Saturday.
Tinker Toy, the wonder builder,
<«-39o
COLLAR BAGS.
$1.49
Bags of
Men's Collar
Leather, priced at 49c,
98c and
Saturday, each
$1.49
BRASS GOODS.
AUTOMOBILES
VELVET BAGS.
U
From the small toys up to
the large electric lighted
one . .
Women's black Velvet:
Bags, silver bead trim-j e *
meii: these are the very]
latest styles; special :
value at .98c
A number of different
styles In
Leather Bags, fitted
with mirror and purse;
priced at
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.10c to $23.00
C
women's
TOY DISHE9
Tin and China; small and large,
10c to $2.23
Small Boats 15c up to the
sinking battleship at $1.98
Vases. Jardiniers, 'Smoke
stands, F ern Dishes,
Hanging Baskets, Flow
Baskets.
$1.25
BOOKS of all kinds from 5c to 98c—Sleepy time tales, animal
stories for the little boys and girls: something new, 3 for $1
Sunny hours, playful kittens, etc., fine books for the tiny tots
at, each .
For the larger boys we have the Boy Scouts, Algiers, Henty t.
etc., at, each .Vi? 50
$1.98 The Mechanics, the Wonder Island Boys and several other
j good books for boys at, each . 500
HOSIERY DEPT.
Women's fibre silk Hose
in black and colors;
pair
NUT BOWL
49c
Hardwood Nut Bowls,
silk Hose of , with crack and
a good quality, pair 98c picks.
Women's
Mechanical trains, on track with
engine, guaranteed for six months
$1.25 to $7.00._
•GLASSWARE
HANDKERCHIEFS.
A large assortment at any price
Women's initi il
Water sets 99c
and
Star cut Gob
$1.45
you wish to pay.
hilkfs., at ..5c, 10c, 12 l-2e. and 15".
Li 11 weave bandkerchieis,
$2.75.43.50
Blssell Carpet
Sweeper from
Electric heater for bedroom
or bathroom . .
Electric
Grill.
Electric
Iron.
Electric
Toaster.
Thermos bottles
from .
Women's
wash like linen, pretty f;
lçts, set of six
10c
$1.98
for
embroidered coi ner . ..
Women's pure
with embroidered corner
$ 6 .
Berry S j t s,
Punch Bowl,
Berry Bowl,
Flower Bas
kets,
linen handkerchief
19c
$2.39
at
Other pretty embroidered handker
.5c, 10c, and 15c
$2.50
chiefs at ....
Women's box handkerchiefs, 3 in a
33c and 49c
$1.50» $3
GIFTS FOR BOY8.
Shoes, stockings, books, erector
sels, sleds, wagon, bicycle, under
wear, gloves, ties, knife, dollar
wa^ch, skates, sweater.
box at
Men's handkerchiefs at. . 5c and 10c
Men's pure linei. handkerchiefs at
15c and 23c.
Men's pure lin.-n initial hand
kerchiefs at.
Men's cambric handkerchiefs with
GIFTS FOR MEN.
Neckwear, handkerchiefs, Pullman
slippers, hosiery, collar bags, um
brellas, suit case, smoking set, shav
ing set, sweaters, underwear, shoes,
night gown, flash light_
23c
INFANT'S SET, $1.69.
Infant's Knit sets, cap, sweater and
25c
Initial letter, at
2 for.
pants. Colors, white, ox- » 4 QQ
ford and red, at. ▼ I »V»!
FANCY CHINA.
GIFTS FOR GIRLS.
A new dress, a new coat,
games, writing desk, ribbons, shoes,
slippers, sweater, hosiery,
robes, handkerchiefs.
GIFT8 FOR WOMEN.
Hand bag, manicure set, toilet set,
gloves, neckwear, a new dress, ki
monos, silk petticoat, muslin under
wear, handkerchiefs, slippers, shoes,
silk hosiery, boudoir cap, a new
coat, skirt, set of dishes, fancy
China, cut glass, silverware, brass
ware, aluminum ware, a new waist,
sweater, fur muff—
dolls,
bath
WOMEN'S DRESSES.
Two special values for Saturday in
women's wool serge dresses
values to $8, Saturday.
All our fine serge dresses that sold
at $15
Saturday . .
Fancy China consisting of salts and
peppers, cake plates, salad bowls,
sugar and creamer, nut sets, baby
plates, vases, dresser sets, almost
anything and any price you wish to
pay.
Domestic hand painted China, Blue
Bird pattern, vases, sugar and
creamers, bread and butter plates,
etc.
$s
.-$11.83
SLIPPER*
Buy him or her a pair of slippers
for Christmas, we have a good as
aortment of Comfy slippers.
Women's felt Juliet slippers, made of
a good quality felt, leather soles and
WAI8T8.
Women's waists at 81.00. Over 26
different styles to choose from, in
Jap silk, organdies, voiles, mar
quesette, etc., the best values
In town at.
Just arrived, a new assortment of
women's waists In crepe de chine
and Georgette crepe in white, flesh,
malse, pink, etc., special values.
$i
heels; trimmed around top 98c
CHRISTMA8 8UGGESTION8.
Coffee Perculators, $1.39 up to $5.15
Electric perculator ....$10 and $12
Universal bread mixer:
( loaf size . .
10 loaf size . .
with fur; a pair . ...
Women's felt slippers, leather sole
and beel, trimmed with Imi
tation fur around top, pair
Women's fine quality heavy felt
Juliet slippers In kings blue and
lavender, trimmed with
fur, pair.
Men's tan slipper at Imita- 7Qa
tion alligator, pair. .■> IV*
Men's tan slipper of soft leather.
63c
.$2.25
_ $2.75
Gumsey Casserole in fauu 90 IQ
$1.25. up to.w£l*V«l
6 quart aluminum T. »Q
kettle.. #4
Aluminum Roasters from $2.69 to
$6.50.
Aluminum oatmeal cookers, $1.29
and $1.49.
$2.49 m $5.75
$1.45
.25
PARI81AN IVORY.
We are showing a good aasortment
of separate pieces In Parisian Ivory,
these make elegant Christmas gifts,
these are marked at our usual popu
lar prices.
$1.45
and leather soles and heel,
pair
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range* are good for you—
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■at more of th.m. Wh
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en
for
you order today
Sunktet. They are uniformly
good oranger.
Sunkist Oranges
Calif omis FraH Grower» Exckuge
LA 44
company of Salmon, writes the com
mission that the coal shortage there
Is becoming more serious every day;
that one school Is without coal and
that none of the dealers has over 1000
pounds.
RAILROAD DIVERTED C-AR.
ver
embargo on a car of coal billed for
Salmon and diverted It to some other
destination.
submitted with
A communication
the letter from a dealer says the Den
& Rio Grande railroad placed an
The commission is at a loss to un
derstand how a carrier could place an
embargo on coal in transit and an In
vestigation will be made to determine
why this was done. In the meantime
every effort will be made to get coal
to Salmon.
RELIEF PROVIDED.
General Superintendent F. H. Knick
erbocker of the Oregon Short Line has
wired General Agent Priest here to the
effect that the Short Line has taken
two cars of coal to Halley, giving re
lief to the situation there and a car of
coal for Hagerman has been Bet out
on the siding at Tuttle. Picabo was
also given a car and an investigation
is being made of the, Salmon situation
with a view of relieving It. Cars be
ing loaded or In transit, the general
superintendent says, are being moved
rapidly as possible to points where
there Is a shortage.
REPORTS RECEIVED.
That the situation Is becoming more
at first anticipated
as
serious than was
1 h evident from reports in the hands
of the commission. Paul
speaking for the Business Men's
of Shoshone says many business firms
out of coal, the hotel Is running
HaddocK.
club
are
short and within a few days those who
have coal will be without any. Twenty
carloads are needed to grive the ne
relief. There are 23 cars
cessary
ordered but none has been received.
Mr. Haddock also says that there are
50 families nearly out of coal; that
there are 25 empty freight cars stand
ing in the Shoshone yards,
asked for.
' Down at Wendell a communication
sent from there
that many people are burning
The town is
Relief Is
to the commission
says
sagebrush to keep warm,
without coal. At Murtaugh the schools
have been closed because of lack of
fuel.
Nice, snappy cut glass of the latest
cutting, 26 per cent discount Saturday.
Con W. Hesse, Jeweler,
St.—Adv.
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RESUME SERVICE ON
WARM SPRINGS LINE
Beginning tomorrow morning the
Boise Railroad company will resume
service on Its Main street and Warm
Springs avenue line between the Nata
torlum and the business district. Ser
vice on the line has been tied up since
Oct. 26 while the track hat been relald
and new paving put between the rails.
Cars are to be run on the regular 15
minute schedule and with two new
switches on the line cars will no longer
be tied up several minutes by the old
system of backing off on another track
at Reclamation avenue and Main
street.
The Boise Railroad company on its
entire system has spent $4 4.000 during
the past few months, relaying track,
putting In new switches and making
repairs at the Natatortum.
A large assortment of White Ivory
In sets or In single pieces. Hitchcock,
Jeweler. Open evenings.—AdV.
HE WILL SUCCEED
JOHN D. JR. AS HEAD
OF BIG FOUNDATION
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Dr. George E. Vincent.
Dr. Georg« E. Vincent, president
« f the University of Minnesota, will
succeed John D. Rockefeller, Jr., as
head of the Rockefeller Foundation
when the latter retires from that
office on May 15 next. Dr. Vincent
has been identified with the faculties
of the univeraltlee of Chicago and
Minnesota for many years and has
been president at the latter institu
tion since 1911.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
OWYHEE— S. J. Harris, Salt Lake;
H. Goodhue, La Grande; George
Schaeffer, Desiree Stempel, L. P.
Phelps, New York: A. F. Sanderson,
San Jose; F. H. Miller, High Valley;
D. L. Hickey, M. A. Farnsworth, Se
attle; W. G. Woodbury, Pocatello; Mrs.
William C. Hunter, Emmett; Fred G.
Darnell, Los Angeles; Roy C. Salisbury,
Denver; A. D. Obreer and wife, Paul;
S. J. McMormtck, Portland; W. W. !
Schofield and wife, Chicago; L. A.
Wagner and wife, San Francisco; W.
R. Hamilton, Welser; L. P. Van Voor
hes. Salt Lake; W. A. Thompson, San
Francisco; M. H. Campbell, Atlanta;
F. P. Moessmer, Denver; W. Lloyd
Conover, Salt Lake; C. D. Koerner,
Spokane; William Story. Jr., Salt
I>ake; F. Wichart, New York; Edson
F. Adams, J. D. Brown, Oakland; J. P.
Schiller, Pr„ Seattle; B. Hirsch, St.
inouïs.
IDAN-HA— E. L. Nye, Donnelly; W.
L. Sewell, Salt Lake; W. E. Chase, Po
catello; E. C. Doyle, St. Louis; W. C.
Little and wife, Emmett; F. J. Under
hill, Spokane; Mrs. C. F. Guthmann.
Murphy; Lavlnna A. Jesse. Murphy:
A. E. Brown, Portland; Mrs. Penwlck j
and daughter, Emmett; Jack Gilbert
and wife, Chicago; George White, Chi
cago; L. D. Flrebaugh, Mountain
Home; P. P. Barrett, Salt Lake; A. B.
MacKenzle, Salt Lake; James J. Boden,
Payette; Charles A. Meyers, Weiser;
Rose Montgomery, Mountain Home; W.
A. Rockfellow, Seattle; F. D. Baker,
Vancouver, Wash.; J. E. Roy,
Lake; Mrs. C. B. Burke, Mountain
Home; W. C. Burley and wife, Welser;
Park and wife. Mountain
Salt
Stanton
Home; Paul Condle, Salt Lake.
GRAND— M. B. Boothby, Salt Lake;
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Platt, Parma; W.
Turmes, J. H. Compton, Grandview;
W. F. Framback, Portland: Theo Die
thelm, Murphy; John A. Oliver, Jordan
Valley; L. M. Gorton, Cascade; Nor
man
wife, Snake River Mines; H. Sorensen
and wife. Emmett; Henry Cutler and
wife, Banks; D. J. Elrod, Pocatello.
BRISTOL— M. C. Cromwell, Moun
tain Home; M. H. Fendergast, Provi
dence; M. J. Sullivan, New York; C. J.
Mohedy. Salt Lake; Mrs. Charles, Vale;
W. E. Taylor, Gooding; George Brin
son, New Meadows; Mrs. A. E. Wise,!
Mrs. O. H. Hell, Centerville; MO. and
Mrs. George Brandars, Mary Schus
ter, Wilson; Mabel Reimers. Payette;
Henry Obermeyer and
Obermeyer and wife, Emmett; Mr. and
Mrs. W. Grimm, James Rose, Seattle;
Charles A. Hackney, Jordan Valley.
Ore.; H. J. Wilt, Glenns Ferry; Eylor
Straight, Baker; Mrs. J. W. Hays,,
Sim Collins and wife, Glenns Ferry;
J. T. RUey and wife, Mountain Home;
C. W. Brannan, Twin Falls; Edward
Butte, Portland; Adam Rettlg, Eland,
Wie.; E. B. Jones, Martin; H. C. Bas
ken, Salt Lake; Mrs. John Shlnners,
Huntington, Ore.; Mrs. James F. Mar
rell, Portland; Frank J. Horner, Los
Angeles; N. F. Framback. Portland.
Bracelet Watches, $3.00 to $60. Hitch
cock, Jeweler. Open evenings.—Adv.
Young, Barber; W. B. Aker* and
wife, Louis
WEATHER CONDITION»
OVER THE COUNTRY
Low pressure extends from
northern Rocky mountain slope to the
Atlantic coast, while a great high pres
! sure area Is central In Utah. Preclp
I Ration has occurred In northern Mon
tana and over most of the eastern half
of the United States. The heaviest
precipitation reported was 1.52 Inches
at New Orleans. The temperature Is ;
much lower In the lower Mississippi
valley and west gulf states and In !
; southern Utah, while from the north- j
Rocky mountain states to the up- j
Mississippi river the weather is j
the
ern
; per
much milder. Fair weather Is expect
ed to continue In Boise and Its ivl
clnlty tonight and Saturday.
LOWEST TEMPERATURE ELSE
WHERE—Boston, 22; Buffalo. 12; Chi- j
cago, 0; Denver, 26; Des Moines. —4:
Galveston. 32; Havre, 26; Helena, 22; !
Huron, —4; Jacksonville, Ct; Kansas |
City 4; Knoxville, 24; Memphis, 10; j
Montreal, 10; New Orleans, 34; New |
York. 22; North Platte. 16; Oklahoma,;
10; Phoenix, 28; Pittsburg. 18; Poca
tello, 14; Portland, 30; St. Louis, 2; |
SL Paul. —6; Salt Lake, 18; San
Francisco, 48; Seattle, 32; Spokane, 12;
Winnipeg, 28; Washington, 20.
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Via the Oregon Short Lina Tickets
on eale December 1$, 19. 20, 21, 22. 23,
24. 26, 80, and 81 and January 1; liberal
limits. Ask agents for further details.
Adv. D31.
There Is a Limit
To the Price
of Ready to
Wear Clothes
V
and while many man
ufacturers have taken
advantage ef the wool
en and dye situation
and arbitrarily advan
ced the price of their
production to a point
where it has lost its
attractiveness to the
user of ready made
clothing, we have been
able to maintain the
usual prices on
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HIGH ART
TAILORED
HAND
Suits - Overcoats
Without detracting one iota from the
usual standard of quality, make and style
Therefore, in offering our splendid
lines of High Art Clothes for the Holi
days, we {place them before you at the
prices you have always been accustomed
to paying
51 75« $2000 $2250 $25°°
For Suits or
Overcoats
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This simply means
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Make comparisons of
quality, make, fit, style,
and you'll readily see the
advantage Right NOW
more than ever in buy
ing High Art Clothes.
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