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Around the Boise Valley Loop
J. R. STOTTS, REPORTER, PHONE SR4, BOISE
NAMPA AQENT
Halley Wilsen. Phone 4S9W
CALDWELL AGENT
K. Miller, Phones 4S2R or IS
EXTENSION GIVEN
TO THEME
Governor Grants Request
Made by Meridian Citi
zens in Behalf of James G.
WaUahan.
Middleton, Doc. 18.—Through the ac
tivity o'. Dr. L. A. Garrison, G. C.
Peinte.- and other business men of this
place who formed a delegation going
to Boise yesterday for the purpose of
securing from Governor Alexander un
extenthn of the reprieve granted James
O. Wallahan, a prisoner in the state
penitentiary, that he might attend the,
death bed of his little son Milo, who
died In Caldwell Tuesday. The exten
Hon was granted and Mr. Willahan Is
now at home at this place with his
family and has a position with B. D.
Barney. Wallahan was serving a term
hi the state penitentiary for the theft
of a horse alleged to have been stolen
to support his family through a period
Of extreme adversity acid sickness.
Nampa Brevities.
Nampa, Dec. 15.—Mrs. SL R. Wood
ruff has returned from an extended
visit to her former home at Cleve
land, O.
Roger Davidson, a graduate of the
elass of this year of the high school,
has been employed by the First Na
tional bank of this city, and began
the discharge of his duties the first of
the week.
Byron Conley has returned from
Salem, Ore., whore he had been called
by the Illness of his mother, who Is
now Improving nicely.
Mrs. Carl Brown and son, Warren, of
McCall, visited In the city this week as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Q. Mock.
Mrs. H. B. Magill will leave tomor
row for Chicago, where she will visit
friends for two or three weeks.
The birth of a girl baby Is reported
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Lugue.
J. P. Congdon, of Boise, was a visi
tor in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wilson were Boise
visitors yesterday.
Mrs. Alida Wilson Is visiting In Ore
gon os the guest of relatives.
S. E. Parsons returned Wednesday
a business trip to Algona, Wash.
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SCENE FROM "THE DESTROYERS'
TO-DAY AND SATURDAY
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LUCILLE LEE STEWART
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A 8TORY OF THE FROZEN NORTH, DOG TEAMS AND RED BLOOD
ED MEN AND WOMEN, SNOWY WASTES, ACTION.
THE LA VERNE GRIM TRIO
SINGERS AND COMEDY ENTERTAINERS.
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THE LA VERNE GRIM TRIO.
MERIDIAN SOCIAL
SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR
Meridian, Dec. 16.—The basket social
given by the local cemetery Improve
ment association last evening at the
1. O. O. F. hall for securing money for
the Improvement of the cemetery was
a highly successful affair. The sum
of $105 was realized as the proceeds of
the affair, one. basket alone bringing
The function was featured by a
highly entertaining program including
a reading by Mrs. Joel Priest of Boise
from the colored poet. Dunbar, whch
was well received; a reading by Mrs.
Guy Remington, instrumental music
by Miss Herma Hunt, and vocal musio
under the direction of Mrs. Robert
Adams of Bolic.
Among those rendering selections
under her direction were Miss Marie
Cottrell. Dr. R. L. t-las-' and Mrs. Fred
Rosene, all of Boise. It Is the purpose
of the association of which Rev. Joel
Brown is the president, to begin the ac
tlve Improvement of the cemetery
$26.
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bat by tba ' tlme thare wil ' be not 1 Ic "
tban *" 00 *° ** pend °" ie work , of
niproventent. The association now has
a membership of 85 members.
News From Meridian.
Meridian, Dec. 15.—The birth of a
girl baby Is reported at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Scrlvner, who re
side near town.
Misses Bessie and Jessie Cox, who
are students at the state normal
school at Albion, will arrive home next
week to spend the holidays with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cox, of
this place.
Both the rural high school Rnd the
grade school will take a holiday vaca
tion of a week beginning Friday be
fore and :_fter Christmas.
A. R. Estes has retume' from a bus
iness trip to Chicago.
Mrs. George Hosford f Clayton is
visiting itéré as the guest of Mrs.
George Rogers.
Mrs. C. W, Bedwell Is visiting In
Nampa today as the guest of friends.
George Powell is a business visitor in
Boise today.
The Parisian Ivory sale, Saturday,
Con W. Hesse, Jeweler, 1002 Main.—
Adv. tf
FOMILY DISPUTE AIRED.
Caldwell, Dec. 15.—Tho preliminary
hearing of George Tiffany, a Melba
farmer, charged with having assaulted
S. E. Sala, another farmer that com
munity Is In progress before Judge
Frank Meek this afternoon. The case
is reported to be the outgrowth of a
family dispute.
JUDGMENT GIVEN
IN SUIT OVER HAY
Kampa, Dec. 15.—A judgment of
$143.04 was awarded J. W. Pittenger
by a Jury In the court of Justice G. T.
Moore of this city yesterday against
Milo McQulston. The suit was In the
nature of an action for recovery on
hay sold to the defendant, but alleged
not to have been paid for by him and
to have been secured from the local
lumber company's building through
misrepresentation. In the second ac
tion In which the plaintiff asked for a
Judgment of $109.61 for another lot of
hay, an agreement was renehed that
Justice Moore should visit the ranch
and render a decision after observing
the hay there. In the first trial of
the case, the Jury disagreed.
BASKETBALL TEAM
TO MOUNTAIN HOME
Meridian. Dec. 16.—The bssketball
team of the rural high school of this
place left today for Mountain Home,
where they will play the high school
team of that place In a competitive
game tjnlght. The local team has de
veloped marked proficiency In the past
two months, and Its members are high
ly optimistic as to the outcome of the
game. Professor M. S. Itorganthaler,
athletic instructor of the rural high
school, accompanied the local team
which Is composed of the following
members: Eugene Kaigler, William
Rose, r rd Watts, James Fuller, O. C.
Thursman and Alvin Hashbarger.
COMMUNITY CENTER
MEETING WILL BE HELD.
Meridian, Dee. 16.—The Community
Center meeting to be held at the Rural
high school building under the auspices
of the Parent Teacher i' circle tonight
Is to be featured by a strong program
bearing upon the community life of
this place and the adjacent country
along educational and othejr lines of
mutual Interest Into which the spirit of
cooperation enters so strongly and ef
fectively as a factor. Refreshments In
the way of coffee and sandwiches will
also feature the function.
Brief News From Eagle.
Eagle, Dec. 16.—Frank Gardner, cash
ier of the local bank, was a busi
ness visitor to Boise, yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Goodall were
guests of Boise friends yesterday.
Emmett Evans returned Wednesday
from Chicago, where he had been to
attend the International Livestock
show.
Mrs. Johnson, of Pocatello, Is visit
ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Roy Johnson, who resides near town.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Johnson of the Pleasant View
community, Is reported quite ill.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church met with Mrs. Benjamin Mace
yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Monroe Bingham Is reported
quite ill at her home this week with
an attack of the grip.
George Breeze was a business vlst
tor to Boise Wednesday.
Mrs. Cornelia Bowers Is quite 111 at
her home.
R. S. Kincaid and family moved to
Boise the first of the week, where they
will spend the winter,
William Hard has returned from the
Snake river country, where he has
been employed the past few weeks.
H. H. Shellenherger, of Boise, man
agor of the Mutual Creamery company,
transacted business here Wednesday.
Mrs. F. E. Bardwell, of Star, is vis
Hing here as the guest of friends.
L. L. Snell returned from Boise Wed
nesday, where he had been serving In
the district court as a Juror.
Through the efforts of Professor
Bott, of the high school, a Men's
Glee club has been organized at this
place, the purpose of the organization
being to perform its part In the so
cial life of the community.
A strong chorus Is being organized
from the several churches of this place
and Its first appearance will probably
be at the Christian exercises.
Caldwell News Notes.
Caldwell, Dec. 15.—Montie Gwinn, of
Boise, was a business visitor In the
city yesterday.
Attorney John II. Norris, of Payette,
transacted legal business in the city
yesterday. *
Mrs. Ida E. Davis and son, Cormac,
have returned to their home at Can
ton, O., after a ivlsit of seven months
in the city.
A. S. Jackson, of St. Anthony, Is
visiting In the city as the guest of
friends.
Earl Wayland Bowman, of Boise, was
a business visitor in the city yester
day.
W. A. Coughanour, of Payette, Irans
acted business in the city Wednesday.
Advice has been received by W. E.
Par ker of the death of his father,
which occurred recently at hlg home
at Huntington, W. Va., consequent to
heart failure.
County Surveyor Fred McConnell
was a business visitor to Middleton
yesterday.
Attorney O. M. Van Duyn transacted
legal business In Boise yesterday. |
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CALDWELL TO HAVE
BIG GRAIN ELEVATOR
Caldwell, Dec. J6.—Improvements to j
be made by the Caldwell Milling and
Elevator company In the
future Include a 200,000 bushel grain
elevator costing approximately |75,-1
000 and a concrete warehouse of large !
proportions, these additions Increase
the phesent storage capacity of the
plant to 300.000 bushels of grain. The
additions and Improvements of the |
company which are to be made Involve
an approximate expenditure of 3100,
ooo.
Immediate
SHEEP CASE TRIED
IN DISTRICT COURT
Caldwell, Dec. 16.—The trial of the
case of Cyrus William against M. F.
Albert et al commenced ia the district
court yesterday and Is still In prog
ress and will probably consume both I
today aad tomorrow. The suit is an
action for damage In the sum of $2400 1
Under (be Capitol Dome
Articles of Incorporation were filed
with the secretary of state by the Pa
cific States Mining company of Sand
point, with a capital stock of $100,009.
The public utilities commission has
granted the Northern Pacific Railway
company permission to put into ef
fect demurrage rates and the Pacific
& Idaho Northern to put into effect
holiday rates.
Miss Bernice McCoy left last night
for Bellevue, where she will spend sev
eral days visiting relatives. Miss Mc
Coy Is state superintendent of publio
Instruction.
The supreme court handed down a
decision late yesterday affirming the
ruling of the district court for Idaho
county In refusing to set aside a de
cree of divorce granted Andy Kuhnen
from his wife. Katherine Kuhnen. The
decision Is on an appeal taken to 'the
supreme court.
Nathan Ricks, state senator from
Madison county, who was in the city
several days on business matters and
visited at the state house, has
turned to the eastern part of the
state. Senator John W. Hart, of Me
nan. accompanied hitn. Both are well
known Republican leaders.
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Employes at the state house were
grieved to learn yesterday of the death
alleged to have been sustained on ti.e
wrongful taking of sheep. The sheep
were claimed by William by virtue of
a feed Her. and by Albert through a
mortgage.
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For Young Men, $12 to $30.00
For Boys
Full Dress Suits for Men and Young Men
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Big assortment of Men's Fine Shirts in all the
new patterns. An ideal article for a holiday
remembrance. Special showing at
$ 1.50
UNDERWEAR
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The better made Unions
in all the • varieties of
weights and yarns.
Whether you want a
Cotton, Lisle, Mercer
ized, Wool or Silk and
Wool you should expect
to find it here.
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$25 - $30
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Gloves, Ties, Suit Cases, Mufflers,
Handkerchiefs, Traveling Bags,
Robes. Cuff Buttons, Shirts, Hats.
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Give one of our Merchandise Certi
ficates for any amount or any article.
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of Orion D. Evan*, one of the janitors.
The deceased was one of the most pop
ular employes on the capitol building
maintenance force.
The public utilities commission has
written tho Spokane Merchants' asso
ciation that It will assert all reason
able efforts In support of the amend
ment to be urged In the senate by Sen
ator Poindexter of Washington,
hlblttng carriers to charge more for a
short haul than a long haul over the
same line In the same direction. "Our
rate department Is now preparing a
list of communities In our state suf
fering from discrimination resulting
from the practice of the carriers charg
ing more for a short haul to the ln
termountaln territory than they charge
for a longer haul to the Pacific coast,''
wrote the Idaho commission. "We will
furnish such speclfio Illustrations
may be of value to you In prepar
ing your case."
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Bee our special $10 Bracelet Watch.
Hitchcock, Jeweler. Open evenings.
—Adv.
[DEATHS—TUNERA LS
LIZAllllALDE—Jose Llzarralde, a
native of Spain, aged 51 years, died
yesterday afternoon of pneumonia at a
local hospital. The funeral Is to be
held at St. John's cathedral Saturday ;
morning at 9 o'clock and burial la to
be ln SL John's cemetery.
England's paper-box trade employs
30,000 workers.
Attend the 26 per cent discount sale
on Parisian Ivory. Con W. Hesse, j
Jeweler, 1002 Main St.—Adv.
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A combined dlshpan and draining :
board for dishes Is covered by a recent,
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Gold Besdt
Pearl Necklaoea
Cigarette Caaoe
Vanity Caaea
Traveling Sets
Shopping Bags
Butter 8preadero
Bouillon Spoons
8et Teaspoons
Pocket Flasks
Gold Lavallieret
Waldemar Chaîna
Cut Glasa Pitchers
Sterling Flatware
Military Brushes
Dainty Dishes
Gold Bracelets
Cameo Brooches
Mayonnaise Disheo
Photograph Framss
Gold Brooches
Manieur« Sots
Casio roles
Salad Bowls
Vases
Set Tumblers
Fancy Spoons
Gold Looketa
Gold Cuff Links
Signet Rings
Hand Mirrors
8ugar Baskets
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Mantis Cl",oka
Diamond Links
Tollst Sots
Fins Bar Pins
Dssk Sots
Water Sots
Meat Dishoa
It la obvloualy Impossible to aoeurately catalog the many thinga
in our immense stock of merchandise. Personal inspection is
the only satisfactory way and to this wo welcome you.
Sandwloh Trays
Diamond Lavallieres
Cameo Brooches
Diamond Brooohes
Diamond Tie Pins
Diamond Lockets
Wrist Watohaa
Men's Watohaa
Diamond 8tuda
Chime Clocks
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Solid Gold Bracelets Crystal Clocks
Creamer and 8ugar
Sterling Pitchers
Sliver Vatee
811 ver Tea 8eta
Green-Griffin Co.
PHONE 23.
The Busy Jewelers, 908 Main 8L
Have served the publio since 1895.
8olid Gold and Solid 8ilver Goods of All Kinds.
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