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IMPORTANT ISSUE |
OF JURISDICTION
NOT DETERMINED
No Decision on Power of
Commission to Regulate
Municipally Owned Utili
ties to Be Given.
The mooted question involving jur
isdiction i*f the public utilities com- j
ini- don over municipally owned utili- !
ties will not be decided by tin* su
preme ami il l at this time for it has dis
missed tin application for ;
prohibit ion .applied
against the eitv
rit of
« 'ook
• f * 'oeur d'Alene. Sell»
. \V. Kdnioiuls.
idei'k ; II. Wolf, treasurer, ami « ». CL
V
for by
II. Mel*:won, may
iuy Ne ls<
, Ray Thump- ;
. J. A. Me! Yea. F. K. j
i II.
The order
■nist.
! J IM M'I
son. F. N. Kill)
J.itth*. II. A. Tillihriilge
Johnson, i 'ouneilmen.
ilismissa I
W hile !lo decision
i.f I
as entered several «lays ago.
as rendered it is;
ulerstood that tin* supreme court took !
11 m' action for the reason that the bond !
issue involved had been disposed of by
the electors of Form* d'Alene who voti*d
it d<
I as thi* court had so nu
other pressing legal matters it did not;
feel just ilied in eomddcring the qtics- |
ill soon lie in ;
session, anil if there is a desire t
»hange the law, the mutter
more directly taken before that body I
Ms.
ISSUES SET FORTH.
Tn his appliealion fur a writ <>f pro
hibition Fook sei forth the two import
ant questions involved i
foil
Tlu* legislature
instead of the ec
this case
Whether or not a municipal
desiring to construct a mu
II« m I \' a t *. r or elect tie pin tit.
.ist first obtain from the j
public utilities commission a certifl-|
<al»* of publie c*i
sit >.
First
rorpora t i«»i
Mieipally
I
>1 neers
i
indebt -
» it,' for tin* pm
municipally
»1
Whether or not a
< dm ss contra
of
constructing a
*r electric plant, is stib
1'OSe
cd
va 1 er
.:• * t to th«* legal limitations prescribed
municipal imlebt.ed
b>
statut
upon
UP TO LEGISLATURE.
as hellev «**1 that the « '
lU eseiil <*il a
f jurisditMii
»k appli
It
t< st * as. on the
<»f public utili
nmnieipal *•*
pr*>- ;
t
* tunmissi
install a
here they seek t
ra I i"
I
publie utility, and for that reason un - |
usual i
s attache*! to the j
See ti*
1 X *»f ihe j
ding litigation,
public utilities a* t states "
poration" must first secure permission
th* e<mimission before it ea
with I h*' i list alla t i • * i
frei
of a public j
dod in his applica
ording includes muni* i
ate corporations.
ul iiit v. * *ook rulllc
t ion f lia I thi'
•miment toi
ill he I
xt session of the
•mptlng municipalities
m of the commin
1
pal a
It is prohahle that j
is of the utilities act
as pri
S*«t
the
proposed
at
l.gisla
tli«* jmisdi*.t
1 1 *
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
L. Patterns. San
Jos. Morris, Spokane; D.
M I »nimheller, Jr., Spokane; 161 met*
Merriam, Wallace; W. P.
Leek. Seat - |
I* II. \. Pitsclimann. Seattle; M. L.
Reynolds, Ponnervillc; Li« W. < ditch
; r. Portland; 16. S. Te lle, Chicago;
Pocatello: .1 R. Poth
II. Slmslmn* : W. » i. Fleolman. Sho
(»W VHFL I
1 'raiu is* *
Pirrl.
Barton
Sail Lake; Jo -* F
Mis
Pri* houx.
sh»
ha a. *». Rut on, Salt Lake*,
I
F
11 m nschtick.
Salt Lake. Paul L.
cuur ; W. II V.rian. H. A.
Portland; M. Alsberg, New
W. V. Fenaughtv,
Pru liard. Sandptdnt :
Ireland,
York ;
I
r k rr *
Port la ml;
R.
J.din
L.
Woody, '
d point W . 1 . .h
igc R.
I !
. Mis - i '. « Tiif».
H I * « "* * »s. |
0:**»*> : M ' IihpI», l*o it'll, ; l„ IL
, Sail I,,. ,, T. i:. AI....I« . T'vn«
,n la " S: l! - 1
l' n,nU
,
I 'ra
A!**« '.
I alls ; D. R. Alhee, T
Leslie. Spoka
in;
. L. L. 11 a tell.
i: on, Franklin: Ja
\l. Dav
* *k!«*s.
I Bill *l* r.
W i
Pi * si
J. W
Me Fro.v
Hioding. L. A. « 'rit « hfield,
v i fe,
Dak lev , 16.
i: ate. < <»«*iir
*r. Salt
d
J. Larson. Burley; P W I 6 i
'. A. Walk
I'Alcne
L.
Luke.
liRAXh II. V.
I aims Dark".
FrlWards. Idaho
La (iramle, »ire. Ida P. Wan
nor Springs. 16. S. Rolnson, Pla« * i ville;
Mr. and Mrs A. 16. R**h
i*,. <' PreHton. H
ke and
Kuhn, Spokan**:
es La I tin, R S.
c. W. Bunt ing,
ii. Ja
'it v ;
nr. W;«r
oil, I 'ort land ;
» dale; » L * ' Titnp
if«*, Walla Walla; S !Nol.le,
«au; H. Palmer.
Pai
N
I. Maher, .hr* »me; A. v
. 1 . Ains'
I 'airchild,
aldwell;
nil. Portland.
liai Daggett, Vietnr Wad*. Nampa; L.
Ktliel H;,milt
bin and
« »mahn ;
l amm t t :
W. T. Falla
L. kn<
. Shoshone* L I ». Roh
wif«*. Burl«** R R.
Mr. an«! .Vrs. P H. Ila-gus.
L. » '. 16
1er, 16m net t ; W. Tallv,
Mon, s w * *«* t #
Dunning. W. S Maher and v. i . .1 • »r* I.
Valiev; F. B. Ross and
i-.ihiii t. Silv or * *it
Arthur
Sweet ;
if«*. Fan
R. L. Bird, «»nialia ; J. L.
PRIST« *L
Kelt hl\. Med va h* : R. M. Robcrls. W'«»n-M«
Fuy
I lasfonl,
« '. A. Hop
H.
)li\«>. i.lnlio Falls;
: Mrs. <»«** •«*•
< lav t
kins. Chicago: I-. II. Brown, 16.
• I II. D II.
High
.Mr. L. Ilasfor«!.
• ii. Morris « 'r«ïek ; J. 16. Keith and!
\\ ilson :
Pr*
a ml
Mr.
wife, Ruth
Mrs. R. Kemlell; Nampa; A. A. Stiller,
I , *y«*tt«*; ,|. I*'. M«>ri«*!l, 1 'artland ; Hil
bert Duly. MeridiJ
Like; Flui.rl* m A. Brotv
Mullen. Mountain Horn«*;
ife: Focal* ll*>; F.
*. Il Zohel. A II. 76«.«» -
Hull
I'CBK.
ira mi View;
\\ .
«
'oats. S«*a 1
«1
Thoitia
Lather and \
Young, Kuna;
hO'g**
bel. «^regon « 'it \ .
tie; R. D. Prent. Fhila*l ,, l|»hi Mr.;
lirui emu: Mrs.
6 . Halverson.
Mrs. CL
J. F. Fonts. J.
Mountain
L. Arents. «'aldxvcll; 16ylar
biker «'It.': M L. Miller,
R. P. Mulsh. Wendell; A.
Home ; »
Stalglll.
Good In B :
Tliunia.
tu-l<lKe. No'.; \'. I". Notllotun, Slnrpli..
Chariot A. Brown. Grand View.
inodilic; K. f. Harris, .lar
1DANHA— H. B. Gilbert, Maukay;
Rival Political Leaders In Congress }
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James U. Mann greeting Speaker Champ Clark.
This picture, taken on the opening day of the present congress session,
proves there arc no .bitter feelings between the leaders of the Democrats
and Republicans in the lower house. James R. Mann and Champ Clark
have pledged themselves not to work for partisan advantage alone, but to
co-operate as much as possible for the nation's good
l 'rancis.»o: J. IV !
i-h* r I ii*w is, Seal - j
F. A. Floyd, Sail '
ife. Wesley J
A. M**r**er, Kansas 1
Charles | :, Miller. Sa
lb-van. Portia
tie;
i; Fie
W. H. Nul ly,
S. F.
P.runzell: 16.
»!
R«»s
'il > . W . S. Rouse,
16*1 ills,
I.. A. I hi m game*', ;
; Paul i'ondie. Salt Lake; F. ;
.Chadwick. Nampa; « '. A. N.v s w'a nil* r, ;
»r; ]M.
Rlackhu
and wife, Soda
llenilricks. Mrs. Staut
; Mrs. W. S. Calloway. Mountain II«
; A. S. Pc
A. R. Thompson,
* »a k Li
Spokan
|
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V. Squires. Pari
j \\ .
F.
II. rhert
■a I el lo ;

Park,!
c: I
j
Salt Lak
A. W. Work
Los
i. Spoka
ITS«]
A » i g * 1 * . Jam* s K. V «)>
zslmnions, Twin Palls; 1'Yank 16.
Trotter Homedale; P. L. Neil, Hurley;
I p. \ \ i D'Hrien and
p. Kdli fs
1 h'i
if»*, Sjili T,ake; 16. j
n, I biggs; M. M. Hammond,!
St. Anthony; Pen Jones. Voll wer:
lan D. II
Halfway; Klmcr F. Townes, Ruby Par; I
R. J. Hanlon. Rathdrum; 1J M« -
Bride. Sandpoint; J. J. Keane, Moscow;
F. 16. Hagernmn, Sandpoint; Charles * »,
Union. Salt Lake: Sidney Whitehead,
Idaho I'.dh : Frank Shrivcrs. Franklin:
1 ». R. < 'lark. Iona .
'
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Har
; W. W . Lloy.l,
i t. Shush.'
| V«»rk ;
J. M. Hammond, Shoshone;
Pail* y, Bbickfoot.
' 1
•Ile, Ne
Fred
York ;
is. N*
16.
Ü.
ARROWROCK DAM TO
LOSE ITS TITLE AS
HIGHEST IN WORLD
Copying after the plan used to sli
tin immense proportions of the
I A i t *p.v rock ram. !<>*• » led 2 2
t his * it ' . a si mil:
ail* s a hove ;
si riki
g illustra -
| i : nv n i* i|i m tl»i
... , (| . ( |
„2. l)s ' s .,„ r ,,.
1 iM'.'l'SS- UH r.xl,,,
-|„f WnslMOLl.m.
, river just
l: ed t*. show Hie
r* lat i
I i*
**. p ni
is
lu I*** « * « » 11 -
d * »reille riv er
Idaho and **uts
< northeast corner
'olunthia
■ 1 i lu* i nt * mations I
I »oil in la i v
tn be 25j
.ill* * 1 ;
Th«? P* nd '
The
ilevelop
• f *'r>o
is
feet higher tban 1 h*
»f building it
Am
Is t
purpose *
<dect rien 1
ml to constn
hydr*»-ide «*1 lie plants
ork of making Hn
r*nei g;
4 » th* largest
ill the
■ I* ts 1 • » ,l t«*rmiiie Hie f.i
rest
I ni il* I ing
v ill
Inch tb*' da
*. Illust ta I ions of t It* pr*»
* Li t i « » i
i* th*- Fin t i r* i
pus*d work gi
» v\ Y*n k * * a I« *«l in 111 «* rh
I*. ; liuu I In* «lam's lu ight.
«»f \
PASSENGERTRAIN
CRASHES INTO CAR
vhieli
Sat -
and
No.
Pass
t rain
19.
left Fl* i
unlay night.
Hluik.-li up win
is Ferry
joli* *1
crashed int
the Ira
i tin Durant sblii
•!• fro
; i...* „
a i I r« ».i*l I
J s bort *l»vt;
! Tin t l ain
He*
tin* silling t«»
hieii was
p ill* d in
« I« i r tin* truck f«.»
No.
j dir fly behind it
i rrifi«* crash
A
.ml
,
«I pMssongurs plung« *l forw
»mb« r w
; h*'nr«l
tlmir
; bruised, bu
I «lining ear
! the car vv
! furllu » ; er
t »> i * 1 1 v h
In Hi*
rt
< i v Hi
iiiiinedhit« ly
ig giv<
as Upset
I*
ked.
m
STIFF. SORE MUSCLES RELIEVED
* ramped
lowing a * *>l«l or
'< lioveil by au a pplica I ion
»I stain
III 1188 V
r«»i
sm «a»«
M ' «»!' kripiH- ai»
1 <|iii* k l>
I
I
of FI.
i *8 Li
t In* ski.
j oint ineiit • m plastei - and p«
ithout riihliiiig,
-l.vour muscles aft* r **\«•»••■is**,
i the pa ins a ml a* In s of rhe
liinihauo. strains.
log the pm
S like
»I rates
» »
I amlM'i* up
drive
mt
at ism,
! no
sprains
Slo.m's LiuitiM nt. (let
| ami brui;
n hottl«* t*nlay. At all Dim-gists, 25c
it ii
Ad\
"o oil, «III 11 E lu oloi-i out our lines
uf I'uiiHi.ni Ivory und Cut Glues.
Come curly Saturda> ; ZÖ per cent dis
eount. Con VV. Hosso, Jeweler, J002
Main St.—Adv.
the nation's good
IV !
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10 ASSISI ROAD
;
F. ;
r, ;
Union Pacific Points Out
Necessity for Increased
Demurrage Charge to Pre
vent Abuses.
c: I
16.
16. j
I
-
»,
lYiion T'a'-ifie system has i:
nt to sli
is slate dealing
The
' S||e*l J
i road agents • » f t i
I the
I rail
slat*
ith
<h intir
■«'ssity
ging them to assist*
age charges, and
■lb of
ornnmilities
Hie
careful p:
state
fing *
' 1 merit follow s*
To Shippers and to Railroad Agents:
Von are familiar with Hu
rt age a
g* n^ral
n itiffi-j
appr«** aale those "f other
; '
ill ies fully
16.
shippers».
The situs
demands, and the
(shippers genera ll.\ have concurred
a ml tin* inter; late cummer* *
i'd a
commis
ill*'!«'.' i'll *1**111111
has
•ppre
i prevent
«•>.< cssivt»
,* to in in imi/.i*
• if « •« 111 i pm* nt I
bus*
EQUIPMENT BADLY NEEDED.
It is
ihifipers*
d me
•ni \ ne*
t o
;
to this feature,
> of
id prompt measi
at ! lu» lia st |M" : able 111
* **
oid «a*iii!irrag* . but with
• liv'e
a t tent
• a refill s>a
In
-
t hoir
•P<»ra
ni
l o
11 -
er
gaixlhss
*.f free ti
all*
**uts
t i !,.
! ..f r
I
.ot «mix
i*l
rtliv
as <|ui«U
as pos till«-, equipment that e- most
genii* ne, Me,I hv Others.
«ml. I ah
I b the loading
h ■ >.*
25j
Tin*
si t lia t i* >n
The j inateriullv impr*
(
*'r>o ! ii« r
ans In lin i • c u r
4 * *11 t ill eve* ..
-, ejipa' it.v. or
t hereof.
■ * a!
Hn ■*' « a pa**ii> !«•
'*>nii!ii*r
«•«unlit a us
I«,
d alvvavs i-ermit
n*l for that ren
NO»! I«
!*r i Mini mu m.»
pi'»
t lleh'ss
(dittle effort
ing b«*av
ill ; ne\
it
lit ms,
* «»mm»
rouM h
[|.*»l
d'.i
should
rif: minim
flticmc light
n**t
ahm
•opt.
i limita I ions *»f «•usl*n
* d I*
I*.a.ling
ru l>
it
r* pf sentM
t
gli**:».
■ ill,! ..Ii,
• **uim*)it 1111 « * i
; sit v impel I his app* al f«»i v *
utilizing «'itiipun nt.
W *• ask fl»! ; nur earnest ;
r assist
il *•*
i anis « <>operation.
;
- i
and
J
A R1616V 16 S.
l $10 Bear- h t Watch.
« »pet
iar s i
Hitch* ,
\«lv.
i-U,
„ !
« v * mugs.
t«»
was
MADE UP GOWN IN 7 MINUTES.
.ml j Could Have Been Done in Less Time,
Teachor• Designed Telia Pupils.
Hi*
In these <l;i ; s • l « » j t
rain" <1
!«»..: . vv il Ii w.mien
sj. iprr.s mid tilling
hath*', dress, pow « 1
mid all tin rest ,,i it in ,*«» mu n.v (nr
"mere
Bead
gun* a
m
riling
*» Hie
how they *
! few »
Ute», tier«*
ion
V
r«»i
i" who t»uts tIi**i
all I<* sha
I ma
a Rich;» ni Le Ji* nf 4 he An
ai»
i'iiea
i < «»iii|»an>, and before an
; 1 lie students if ml teachers
k Fvening Sc!i*t«»l <»f mlnslriul
art sti* illustration of h
l«*sign a dies« bv d. aping it
! Iiv ing mo«lel.
I With half :
silk and
tulle Mr. Leslie
able evening drei
in in n tes.
les
hav** his students follow his methods.
—New York Telegraph.
mnliem'o
f Hi* N«*vv
5
j ,
. F
up
to
mt
ism, i
> arils *»f yellow
»any of crvstal headed
ia«h* up a fashion
in about no
II** could have done it
lime, he said, hut In* wished
(let
25c
dis
J002
Cameo Bronchos, $5.00 to $30. llitch
tfjoook, Jeweler. Open eveniuga..—Ailv.
EDUCATORSOFTW
STATE WILL HAVE
MEETINGS
HERE
Session of State Teachers'
Association to Follow
That of the Associated
Educational Supervisors.
Two important educational meetings!
u ill be belli in Boise l ext week, ll,e
Assoeiat. il Kdiicutiomil Mupervlsors of
ession Dec. 27
täte Teachers'l
"0 and
Idaho, which will be in
and 2S and the Idaho
association, which
"I M
ill be
The meeting of the former
held in the hall of representatives i
bile the
tin* state house annex
1 in the Poise
ter will I »« 1 held as usu;
high school.
It is predicted that th
Poise fr
IfHM) teachers.
sessions will
the slat«* mort.
An « xcellent pro
ud a nged for both ses
h it port un l problems of educa
liev jut to be discussed by
the Associated ivducational Super
bring int
tha
gra
s ions.
tional
h
TWO GENERAL SESSIONS.
»lierai sessions (of tin* state
Teachers' association aie to In*
tin' first on Friday c
high school auditorium
I*]. Hugh of the Fniveisil.v of ( 'aldor
nia, will spi*ak on the topic, "Relig
ion and Hducat ion : " Dr. K. U. Siss
commissioner of cdiuap*>n, on
topic. •'Laying the Foui
f essor H. T.
of Idaho on •'Political Be
The second general ses
•day morning at oV
gram for which, i:
M uslc.
Professor C. 16. Kugh—
plications of High School
and « luvornnient."
Superintendent .1 J. Rar A
Retirement Fund for
behl,
the
at
•n ing
I Yu l essor
t he
»c," anil Pro-!
ersity
"Moral 1m
' Subjects
peu-!
T«-aeli
cnce."
:iion is oil Sat
l«»ek, th*- pru
! * »I low s ;
IMS.'
ll.'k'ti
Fount.' Superintendent Mis.
Wilson "A Uureau uf Information."
Address Miss Rerniee .McF«»y, * talc
superint* n*h*nt of puhli«* Instruction.
A.hlress Miss F.lh'l K * I lit I*».
superintendent -« let t.
VOCATIONAL TR/i I N I NG.
afternoon at
' u,
t hr
Sat hi ala v
I : :s«*, in
itll the
I* als
i. Hie j'logra
ion of i dueat ion to
being
'Th* I v<
ditori
a rioihs
is. the
tn
>r i*:*i
loti.
A S.v mi »
Hubbard,
R.
I ».
ra t i*m
»<"»■'■
*aliam. Boise.
*n, Mountain
"M« rchandtsc"
"l«i vv"
Hume.
W . 16. t
Mrs. L. P. Hr*
Th«* Ministry" R« v. W illsie Martin.
I '.<
SI 0 ** 1 .V,
"Me.li* i
Dr. *
It.
llo.
Ldgar
' Home-making Mrs.
Hoover, Poise.
' Soiial Work" IT on .hldin
gent. Poise.
F. N
|S. II. Ha
A Hairs'
Ma
"City
n,,jsc.
* rnor pluses Ah x
"The Stitle"
ander.
jUV
THE SOCIAL FEATURES.
itli
font ures in con
I the meeting of th«* iihieätors "ill be
a roeeption on Thursday night hv Dr.
and Mrs. Kdvvard «*. Sisson to all
nu'inhers of the association in honor
of Miss Bernice McCoy) and Miss
K.litb Red field, tin oiitg. ing and in
« oining state .superintend* ni s.
■veiling
members of tin Lilucut ipna I
*e hotel and
rious proh
Bfipia 1
I
k, the
•••uneil
T
•sd:
'eh
at 6:3»
ill banquet at tin *
ill diseiis
wit h * dient i*»
following \s
loins dealing

I,
'as*I in " and
* 'In is
Bt. .»••*. I
Tin la I est d* signs. "*
' '«»mb I * * i
Paris Fa - hn»n Hair
isb p.aek
Sp.,
gills.
Ma
1
Adv. I »23
Hit« h
Canipu Rings, $5.00 to ?:
eock. Jeweler. < »pen eve
J 0 . 00 .
nines.
Adv.
;
EDNA (MODRN'H IN HER NEW SPRING HAT |
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sea
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Ertna Goodrich, actress of great repute who is soon to be seen in a new
play, "The Modiste Shop.'f is shown here wearing a spring hat of newest
design. It has a fancy bicornus brim of black maline with varied motif,
of embre silk thread. The crown of mosaic ribbon in Chinese pink and
Vith black and finished most tastefully with an
Janana.e blue, combined
aeroplane bow and a fancy shirred knot of ribbon at the front, adds con
siderably to the attractiveness of the bonne»
RADICAL SÏÏP TO
REMEDY SHORTAGE
I
Embargo Placed by the
Northern Pacific Railroad!
Company on Grain and
Flour Shipments.
The placing of an east bound em
bargo
all grain and flour shipments j
railroad in
the N*
rl hern
Pacific
order to bring about the
liuiulieds ot ears li«*d up at eastern
terminals nml as .' el imloatletl. Is the
! i-iclltal step that lias been taken by
lhat carrier. The embargo applies to
,,ü * °*il.v the eastern terminals of that
M'oad- Minneapolis and Duluth hut to
shipments taken over the Northern
! Pacific and which have gone beyond
release of
both termina Is. '
1 The order went into effect Inst
! week. It is believed that it will only
have to be in force a short time to
result in the release of many ears at
(terminals. The Northern Pacifie also
tiled a new demurrage tariff
j became effective at the hi
j increases the demurrage on
I compliance with the order n
terstate eonimerce nnumissiim,
APPLICATION GRANTED.
Spoka ne,
vv hich
t imo. It
cars in
f the in
j a ml tin* a ppl a I ion was
The
I 'ort laml
tV- Seattle
eonip.ni> applied to the public
1 he
rates to • omply with ihe
commerce commission order
Rnllwi
( ul Mit ies eomiviission t
im reas
tlemurrag
' lnt«»rsta i e
granted.
ombarno
«II as ot her
ssihilit v that all
*11 put into effect i
j un wheat ami flour as
produce and goods in order t
; relief frotn the serious ear shortage
Milch thron tens lo tie up t. Ho
■lit of freight and
I « rippled many of the carriers. The in
ses in demurrage have not released
j tin* ears as rapidly as had been
j peeled.
! Miami all over tlie
j curs Io move crops,
H ' argued that an embi
ls Hu* NoiMIktii I'aeiiic has put int
! effect will bring about a sharp
• shortage situate
mi's
securei
"
seriously
v '
There is still a crying dc-;
•o un try for niure
•go such
r»*vcr
! '1 "f til.
a nd
Insult in very rapid unloading, as
movement of cars west.
MISS WATTS TELLS
OF LIFE IN ALASKA
»f Miss Judith Watts.
uho|
»cto
I'riemis
for Anchorage, Alaska, in
left
that letters
* i \ * * I from her I * \ other friends
ill he glad to ban
1 fair
ly * oiuporlahlo trip, reaching Alaska on
Ihe aftcinoon *»f Nov. 7. Miss Walls
t at the landing by both Mr.
and Mrs. Kuhach, formerly of Poise,
! vvlier* Mr. Kuhach was in the reck
lion servie*'. Mrs.
safe a
Poise stale si
Kuhach was Miss
of Poise and a for
p'lpil
IV
ill
l'l'
»f Miss Watts.
W alts
musi«*
Miss
«eeived with
hospiialit» and enthusiasm wlii* h ,»»o
ri'Kideuts in the
the
:::: t
tin
n d * s
there,
very
Pl:
sh*
In is
met
pleusant people.
At the 1
Watts was
I lilt expected t
Is a home
i who were
, t hoii
L* of writing. Nov. 7, Miss
ith Mr. and Mrs. Kuhach,
soon become a lodger
»f Dr. an«! Mrs. Renetliet,
w aiting tin «■(•mpletion of
hieb
t
'Oll
improveiiients, in
i heal, running.
The theater where Miss
p of tin* orchestra,
oral model
eluding sloa
hath room.
W alls
playing tin* pi.a
the
.sin la
a 1 er and
viII form
as r presented ill
ed her
lii* !i
hen
i* of the sha re - holders
iled bv
of the Company.
"Leather h
at do for
Alaska,' stales Miss Watts.
to have great felt
buy a
ill
at 8
ill -
1 er
* a r
and a «Ids, Yo
d I a
Lot:
lia
things.
Ig t
pair
of P* *'l*le
»f
lu*:* v v
Inter
er Huit I»
Miss Watts'
ig Utters
< Stil
trip t" Amlmrage a
will l»<* pubtlslied i
time h
ing
ul her tile there
these*
columns
t inie.
, fr*
TOO MENTIONED
FOR LEADERSHIP
Johnston or McGowan Will
Receive Complimentary
vote of the Minority for
Speaker of House.
Prier * î. .Johnston of Black foot
'Tod McHowmi uf Moscow, will lull j
f the Ropub
of ihr n«*xt legisInUin
■ of the house of ri pics'n
inher of
Johnston is the
the
'rved u mnnher of terms. He;
T*
the 1 'umplimentary \ « *t «
liean minority
for speak
tativen. Mel Jo wan
the last legislature,
recognized dean of
having
legislature,
party
ei-« uf !
in be :
the mitlorit.x leaders • the house, due |
t" his long nervier and familiarity with
•ntary eml of the legisla
is
e of the few liepuhlien
leaders escaping defeal at I he
elect ion.
Kepubliean leaders
that Representative Johnston
declare !
the pallia
live gj
[(
It is the purpose of Republicans t
•andidale for
c:iucus,
speaker ;
t
llieir
It a
horn it is d* sired
give important committee
monts. This formality
complied
coed to
majority of the
for all committees, it is said.
"1 am not
assign
having
ill pro
wit h. the Democrats
elect *i speaker a
|| .select a
embers of that pai
favor of Republican '
members sitting bark and letting the!
ith onl v opposi
us who are now tin» minor
Dcinoi ra 1 s g
ji head
turn fr
it y," Mel 5
-, |, otio v<'
.
'
•eported as
taking our share of the
work, determining each measure on its
nn rits, regardless of politics.
"Personally-, 1 am
laying.
an
adv o
offie.
of superintendent of public instruction
should Tie abolished, as the
strung
The
cate of the short ballot.
!
ork for
:|n 8
merly done b> that
j otherwise performed."
"North Idaho naturally w
applying specific sums to tin
'fiterprises,*
official
me
S
ill
favor
different
suhl M «•< î*i
an, disc
I mads legislation. "The north
I smith highway and the proposed
er the route of the
-
j road to Missoula
famous l/o|o trail are th* importaut
«mterprisoR."
road
Avoid th«» high «•oat of giving,
ml th** 25 per <*onf discount sal«» Sat
Con W.
At -
t
Hesse. JV
tier.
Adv.
t f
!
12 size, 17-jewel, 20 yr. ea
. Illinois
11 itch
Adv.
! Very thin model, only $15.00.
iiiii'ck, Jew*»l«r.
* »pet
evenings.
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MARIAN'
COLE
FISHEB*
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MARIAN COLE FiSHER
!
A National Authority on the Subject of PURE
FOODS and the ART OF COOKING.
linking powrler,
b*«*
»■man
In an intervi
Maria n
'ot*» Fisher, Chaiftau
i liner ami at Hint time sneouP «
! of the Saint Paul Housewives' League
and an active member, stated as fol
low s.
"I find many, tn fact, v
women woefully uninformed
jeot of ha king powder,
housewife does not appreciate the value
of baking powder in her kitchen and in
her baking, or she would have info»
herself. This is a subject that is quite
important.
"A gi cat many of the housewives
t,04jay hav* followed their mothers
grand mot hers in t he us« of baking now -
I iler. which in some inst*
fake.
I proven' en t in
1 eomitiodiHe«*.
baking powder has kept up with tho
j
• many,
the sub
16vidently the
is a mls
jiist ns much im
bnklng powder an in other
1 am glad to find that
"The other extreme is «he «'heap and
'Big ('.in' baking powders, which sell
■ from ten cents :i pound to a
ti
"Some housewives have 1
believe t'*at the cream of tartar pnr -
1 ders
lod to
the best goods to use. This is a
the
doubt, fr
•of altii g
i mistake.
i constant offerts of the Twenty M'llion
Dollar Baking 1'owd
prejudice against all goods save their
own Their goods should he !e;i**t *1e
i glrable on accourt «»f the large quanti
ties of Rochelle Salt« remaining in the
food.
Ti *
•rate
to

Oi «he w
DON'T MISS
AMERICA'S
DRAMATIC QUEEN.
t
FUND NEEDED FOR
STATE CAPiïOL
Recommendation for Appro*
priation of $50,000 for
Maintenance and $10,000
for Repairs Is Made.
pair llio
opinion
Kaglesun.
ill take $l 0 ,ono to properly re
stât* house annex and the
• apjtol huihltnK. and beautify the
ohjeetionable
buildings, laving • dewalks. < t«*., in the
of State Treasurer John W.
In a report to the state
board of examiners Saturday he makes
0 reonmmi Relation for an appropri
ation of (hat amount. In addition he
shows finit of the last legislative ap
fnr « apitol build
hig and ground maintenance $44,758.71
was p ud out, leaving a balance of
$ H. '* Th** r iving for the closing
biennium "f 1915*16 over the oxpendt
1 ures <>f the 1915-11 biennium was
In addition to the $10,000
. $. h.imiii is asked for
•e of the capitol during the
grounds
by
ing
proprint ion
f $:.»»,
$21,041.01.
appropriate
baintona
coining biennial period, P.H7-18.
TOTAL EXPENDITURES.
'Hie total expenditures fur the bien
nium jnsi ■ losing a re shown by the
state treasurer's report to be itemized
s; lisiiiiuited, expenditure for
if the
♦ he ha !a
roll.
luith, $26117.50; pay
i oal, $6510.78;
$2tï,337.:.0;
power
land iigjit. $3601,5K; supplies, $2395.67;
* anil telegraph, $2710.40; tm
b h yh
pr-ovei
cuts and
is, $1685.99. To
repa
la I. $14,758.71.
The
itemizes the $10.006
ns follows;
treasurer
appmp.ria t ion
I Farpeis. new roof
improvements
asked for
»•.'ipitol annex,
legislative halls.
$5000; painting and rc-tintlng, $1500.
removal of shacks, completion of sidc
improv einents \
tinting W'nshingh
grounds, rc
moniuncnt. $3"0n.
To care for the insurance on the build
approprintion of $3000.
The estimate for the years 1917-18
; as shown h; tin* treasurer's report fol
I 'a y roll, $ 28 , 000 ;
1 light. $45
500; improvements and repairs, $2800;
special tax. $ 1700 ; launclry, $ 200 ; tele
phone and telegraph, $2800. Total,
î
mgs
' I
$7500;
«•oal,
; supplies, $ 2 ,
j
désir* s*mie bargains tn eut
1 Parisian Ivory, attend the
Saturday. Con W. Hesse.
! lewder, 1002 Main St. Adv.
If y "
gli
all'
tf
i rock.
Signet Rings, £3.00 to $10.no. Hitch
q»en evenings. — Adv.
Jeweler.
**^nt ; u ounce Th**?*» ar» ^v#n I^bs dt
si ruble than the high-priced goods t
Iran say nothing In their favor. They
are never economical frequently l*»av
tng the basing bleached and acid; some
yePow nml alkaline, and often
uiipa 1*table. They air not dependable
1 represent false economy ut any
I
price.
"The most simple way for the house
wife to class I nking powder is by price.
The trust goods that r-tall for 45c or
5 »c a pound are usually the cream of
tart:
powders, end are of the old
S'bool; «nd the cheap and 'Big Fan*
kind that soil all the way from 10 «; a
pound un to a cent an ounce should
a iso ho h voided.
"The Inst word in baking powder is
the happy medium, a combination pow
der that sells at
moderate price and
when properly prepared gives the con
sumer full value for the money. Th®
result in bn .ing is pure, wholesom®
ithout any h.'.rmful residue.
why any housew-ifo
Mu* per pound. Th®
best baking powder made can he manu
factured so as to retail at about »j this
price."
On being asked what baking powder
she used in lier work. Marian Colo
Fisher frankly stated that for
than seven years she had used Calumet
Baking Powder with the most satlsfac
I tory results tn everv particular.
f ood.
The?«' Is no mason
should pay 4 5c
mors

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