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Evening capital news. (Boise, Idaho) 1901-1927, December 15, 1916, Image 2

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GERMANS PUSH
WAR THEATER
Capture Town of Buzeu and
Now Threaten the Line of
Defending Forces Along
Moldavian Mountains.
ATTACK BY FRENCH
IN VERDUN REGION
Attempt Made to Retake
Positions Lost to Germans
on Hill No. 304 Repulsed,
According to the Berlin
Statement.
(Associated Press War Sumi
lary.)
Probably nothing definite may be
expected in connection with the Teu
tonic peace proposal until next week,!,
when Great Britain's new premier ap
pears before the house of commons.
Berlin announces the capture of the
Rumaniar town o c Buzeu. Military'
writers bolieve this indicated that the!
line along the west
mountains has been en
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R u m a n i a I
ern Moldaviai
dangered.
VERDUN ATTACKS REPULSED.
Berlin reports an abortive offensive
by the French in the Verdun region.
Attacks made in attempts to retake
positions lost by the French on hill No.
304 were repulsed, as were also as
saults on German positions near Fort
Hardaumont.
FINAL ESTIMATES
ON CROPS FOR YEAR
Washington, Dec.
mates of this year's production
country's farm crops, announced by the
department
Corn. 2,583,241,000 bushels; wheat, «39,
846,000 bushels.
15.
esti
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f agricultu
today
El Paso, Dec. 15.—An American who
arrived here today from Santa Rosalia,
Mexico, brought confirmation of the
killing of Dr. C. 11. Fisher at Santa
Rosalia, an unknown foreigner at Jim
THREE FOREIGNERS SLAIN.
new dev mo that strnd
cos
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Inez and Howard Gray, at Parral.
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The capacity of ;
doubled by .
«Iles the line
ef wire to which clothes
tened.
clothesline
and provides two pie
Gifts That
Please \ n
Open Evenings All Next
Week -
OurToyStore I
SIMPLY
WONDERFUL, and WONDER
FULLY SIMPLE
RANGEMENT
LARGED STORE, for muck sell
ing we
OUS BARGAINS.
off your purchases until the last
MINUTE. DO IT NOW, IT
PAYS.
Come in and see tin*
Our aK.sortmenl
is
Is at 915 MAIN STREET, two
doors above our CHINA SHOP.
The largest, the best line of
TOYS and DOLLS In the
STATE. All
MINUTE GOODS. No LEFT
OVERS for THREE or FOUR
SEASONS, due to the fact that
we sell toys every day In the
year, and clean up our left overs,
nut PACK them away until the
following CHRISTMAS.
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in
MARVEL
offer
up-to-tiie
new,
Do not
put
largest and most varied g
line of— £
COMMUNITY SILVER., all I
the 7 9«. 1
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LI8BEY CUT GLASS; 01 7 P |
prices up from . %plifü $
PARISIAN IVORY; prie
Specials
grades; prices up froi
get
f Tea SpOOI
DOLLS—BABY, LADY, KEW
PIE, KID and DRESSED from
GERMANY;
$1.50 to $10.00.
CHARACTER hard
from A
50c, 75c, Ç1.00.
DOLL BUGGIES; English Per
ambulators with iron
wheels; special . . .
15c
prices 50c, $1.00,
and sets up from . . .
FANCY and HAND PAINTED
CHINA; prices uj
from.
DINNER SETS; prices up from
the 42-piece
set.
TEA POT and JARDINIERES;
25c
GLASSWARE, WATER SETS.
BUD VASES, etc.; prices K fü ^
up from . I Jb
ALUMINUM for gifts;
prices up from . OOb
PERCOLATORS, so sensible;
from
each . .
25c
to break
prices 15c, 25c,
erica;
$2.17
$1.50
prices up from,
each.
DOLL BUGGIES; folders with
top; iron wheels,
75c
for
IRON VELOCIPEDES;
wheels, black trimmings,
f a children 3 to 5 .
BASEBALL GAMES; the
family will enjoy this;
priced at .
TRAINS that wind up
and run .
TOOL CHESTS with
1G tools.
red
$2
up
$2.23
hole
19c
Specials
50c
LARGE near CUT BERRY
BOWLS with silver band; i
Piete with silver plated 01 CO
BERRY SPOON, set..
Solid
STICKS; complete with
shads .
3RASS JARDINIERES
three-knob effect,
8-inch .
BRASS JARDINIERES
three-knob effect,
10-inch.
Our store will be open evenings
all next week. Tills giv
family the chance to shop to
gether.
■'Un -
75c
BLACKBOARDS
Mahogany
CANDLE
75c
for
en..
UUU
BOY CONTRACTOR, the cement
25c, 50c, $1.00
MAK-A-TOY, Tinker Toy's only
rival and at half the
price.
SANTA CLAUS will leave for his
NORTHERN HOME to get ready
for his final dash and will bid
adieu to all his little friends on
SATURDAY, THE 16TH.
with
mixing toy
99c
25c
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Cross the Street and Save $ $ $
821 MAIN ST.
Cross tho Street and Sava $ $ $
821 MAIN ST.
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The Edith Cavell memorial com
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memory of Britain's war heroine the
Edith Cavell Memorial hospital. It is
a school hospital, where nurses will
be trained for duty on the front line.
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IN CONFERENCE AT
NATIONAL CAPITAL
of State Railroads One of
Problem of Federal Control
the Matters to Be Given
Consideration.
Washington, Dec. 15.—Many govern
ors, former governors and governors
elect assembled in Washington today
fur the annual governors' conference.
The meeting is a postponed session,
taking the place of the regular annual
conference which was to have been
held at Salt Lake City last August, but
which was declared off because of tin
turn in the Mexican situation which
necessitated the calling out of the state
The present conference will continue
three days, during which time the gov
ornors will suggest and consider means
of improving conditions within states
troops.
nnd 0f sim P llf >'>bK relations between
states which now have widely differ
lnR lttWS ' 'rhe present tendency of tlie
governors*. 0 lteiVe t,U> at,elU ^ n ° f thC!
PROBLEM OF STATE CONTROL.
In tills connection there is expocted
to be a spirited discussion of the pro
posai to place all the power for the
regulation of the railroads in the hands
of a federal board, and abolishing the
state railroad commissions.
Conservation of forests, public health
measures, industrial preparedness, wat
er power and land laws and rlumerous
other subjects of general importance
are scheduled for consideration by thei
President Wilson has ac
of I
governors,
cepted an Invitation to addre
the sessions of the conference
is one
CREW OF SUBMARINE
TAKEN OFF SAFELY
Eureka. Cal., Dec. 15.—Th^ 26 men
and officers of the submarine H-3,
who wore saved from the stranded
diver, arc recovering from their ex
periences. Fog obscures tin stratid
©d submarine but efforts will be made
to pull her into deep water.
MEN TAKEN OFF.
Eureka, Cal., Dec. 15.—Snatched from
the grip of death after spending six
hours sealed in a gas-filled subma
rine trapped in the breakers of the
Humboldt shore, 27 sailor men, the
members of the crew of the United
States submarine 11-3, vverej brought
The
was left in the surf
where heavy seas were playing pitch
and toss with it when darkness shut
it from view.
Lieutenant Harry R. Bogusch, com
mander of the diver, was tno last to
leave the ship. The rescue whs effect
ed from the. shore by means of a
.safely ashore here last night,
buttered div
FINDS LOBBYING^
MORE FASCINATING
THAN DECORATING
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Washington, Dec. 14.—Ali»s Mildred
Gilbert of California was an expert
interior decorator with Japanese prints
and Chinese porcelains as a hobby
until a few weeks before election, when
she was persuaded to take the stump
for woman suffrage. Now shg is study
ing lobbying and organization '.vork
and will soon be ready to argue the
cause with members of congress.
1
breeches buoy, and furnished for sev- I
eral thousand spectators the thrilling!
finish of an exciting day.
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the H * 1 anfl H ' 2 left tl,e Bremerton'
" a ' y . yard ' Washil '8t°n, Dec. 1, bound;
, . ,
, J . 11-0 ost 1er way 1
shortIy after daybr eak yesterday and
''^ n ground, drifting immediately into,
the breakers otf Samoa . Just outside j
P° r ^*
A Une was shot to the derelict, and
* 4:46 p. m.
ri ^ed and the work of rescue began,
Thc ,ast ina n, Lieutenant Bogusch, was
hauled ashore at 6:0.'i p. m. Lieutenant
Bogusch said that water got into the
batteries soon after the diver was
trapped in the breakers, that chlorine
gas in considerable quantity was re
leased, but that it caused them no seri
ous inconvenienca.
breeches buoy had been
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR SALE—Good piano, $100. Party
leaving city; 321 Empire.
D21
FOR SALE—Some
milk cows.
first- class fresh
Phone 31-J-4.
D21
FOR SALE—25 tons first-class clover
hay.
-.418
Main.
Phone 56--J.
T. L. D15
FuUND—Bunch of keys by Short Line
depot. Call at Capital News office.
D17
CALL Jerome's place, Phone 741, for
auto to any part of city. Goodrich
Livery. T L D19o
WANTED—or 3-in. wagon;
price; must be cheap for cash; lfi'.S,
care Capital News.
state
D17c
BICYCLES—A Christmas present for
your boy.
Baker & Co., Ill S. 11th St.
Henry W. 1 *
All
sizes.
J14
FOR SALE—Wagon, 3U-in.;
Suitable for freight.
Horne Market, 16th and Bannock, tf
double
Allen's
box.
WANTED—Housekeeping by widower
with two children; good home, small
wages; 1657, care Capital News. D17c
FOR RENT—3-room apartments with
hot water heat. Apply Apartment
No. 6, corner 12th and Washington.
T. U tf
FOR SALE—Horse or let for feed;
will sell cheap, wugon and harness;
must be sold Saturday; 409 So. 2nd
T L D15c
SU
SIX dairy cows and team of horses for
sale. Very cheap for cash. Hub
• 'ity Realty Company, 21# Idaho
Bldg. DIG
FOR SALE BY OWNER—80 acres, half
in alfalfa, half in grain; all fenced;
paid up water right. $80 per acre.
Write 1660 Capital News.
tf I
FUR SALE—IfiO acres In cultivation:
grain and alfalfa; $85 per acre; paid
up water right; small buildings; lo
cated 8 1-2 miles from Boise on grav
el road. This is a buy. Deal direct
wltb owner.
News.
Write 1661 Capital
if
ELEGANT bungalow, rleom heat, nice
fireplace, good location for rent. $25 ;
a month. Also can be bought right.
Nice, modern story and half bunga
low, hot air furnace, close to car line,
$20. Little 3-rooni plastered house
with porches and chicken houses, $5 i
a month. Hub Realty Company, 219 '
D16
Tdnho Bldg. Phone 50.
Don't forget
Our $75 special Blue Whit*
Perfect Diamond Ring.
BUHN'S
927 MAIN ST.
Today and Saturday
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
IN
BEHIND THE SCENES
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This is Charlie's Very Latest and Most Laughable
Comedy—Bring the Kiddies and
Hear Them Laugh
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EMILY
STEVENS
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The greatest of all emo
tional actresses in a story
of business life and the
underworld.
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5-Act Comedy and Drama
Two Big Shows in One
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TIME
PRICES
STRAND
Mat ineei
2, 3:45, 5:30
Mat. 5c, 10c
Evenings—
7, 8:45, 10:30
Eve. 5c, 15c
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Christmas!
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We give you a profit sharing coupon with every pur
chase you make at our big store for Cigars, Tobacco,
Candy and our pool, billiard and card room. You can
exchange them for any of the beautiful articles which
we have on display without any additional cost.
We offer
0X0
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DOUBLE CERTIFICATES
ON SATURDAY ONLY
We will give certificates to twice the amount of your
purchases. Buy every day and especially Saturday.
Profit sharing coupon with every purchase.
Select the articles you want for Christmas, the goods
themselves are on display, and we will hold them for you
until ihen.
J.WEIL CIGAR CO
921 MAIN STREET.
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