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BRINGS TWENTY TWO THOUSAND Mnlriian, Nov. 14. —The Immediate tributary country Is enjoying a grant - rr Immigration than forbears past an/ farm sa les are of almbst daily oc currence. Among the more important sales of the past week was that of the wel known Onwruler f^rrn near this pince to John Uerber. of Grandview for 122.000. The farm, 120 acres of highl> fertile land, was purchased by Mrs. Eliza Onweiler 25 years ago. Y. W. C. A. HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING ELECTS OFFICERS That the Y. \V. < *. A. lias been ac tive the past year in the organization! of patriotic societies in Boise and oth er towns and that these societies have done much for the Red Gross, Belgium fund and some of the members have! adopted orphaned Belgium children, was a part of ihe report of Mrs. Rob ert I«. Xourse, president of the asso ciation. at the annual meeting held Tuesday night in the association rooms. The affair was attended by nearl.N inn members of the association. That Its member* are strong on the conser vation of foods, was shown by the. fact that this is the first annual meeting of the association at which a banquet was not served. Tin* annual election of a board of di rectors, resulted as follows: Mrs. « ' Anderson. Mrs. F. S. Dietrich, Mrs. Kdwin Herrington and Mrs. T. <\ Hoi lingshead, and the election of the fol lowing new members; Mrs.'F. O. Da vidson. Mis. R. \V. Kal is. Mrs. H. K. Dalton. The advisory hoard consists of < '. Anderson. F. S. Dietridi, \Y. S. Bruce, Dr. U. D. Nourse and Hurry! VY\ ma Miss Don stance Morris, acting gen eral secretary, spoke on the activities of the association, its < lass work and «ocinl features and enumerated i number of the features of the work, mich as 23 soldais and parties the pas» year, the directing of 1 <m strangers to rooms, the listing of 24f• rooms for rent; the listing of 870 women and gills seeking work ami 111 asking for help; 650 people have been given tem porary employment and 200 gotten permanent positions. The cafeteria has served 32,880 noon-day meals and 13.280 evening meals. Tin' winners of the tennis trophies were presented with their cups at fiie, close of the meeting, the presentation speech being made by Mrs. Jay Par rish. president of the club. Miss Ada Kinsey was presented the big loving CUp giver, by the Sweet-Teller com panv. Miss Mary Harmon and Miss Kinsey the two smaller cups for the doubles in the summer tournament. The cups for the fall tournament were won by Mrs. Henry Fobh, now in the cast, and Miss Ada Kin/.ey and Miss Dale Kerr. BABY GIRL* DROWNS IN THE BOISE RIVER Dying face «I« . In the Boi*e riv Virginia, the ye 3a lighter Mr. on a shallow riff lu the body of Wilma and a half old baby and Mrs. Frank Schneider, who reside near Wylie sta :ion. was found by the father Tuesday evening about 5 o'clock after the little one had'been missing more than a half hour. Death had occurred and efforts to restitute proved futile. The baby giH bad been left In the house by her mother, who went out t •/ attend to some young turkeys. H. r little hoy. who was playing in ihe yard went into the house leaving the door open and the child toddled out. It Is believed she walked to ihe bank of the river, which is but a few yards from -the house, and that a portion of the gravel bank gave way. At th point, where it is evident she fell, the water is about two feel in depth and runs quite swift. When Mr*. Seline|d« r returned to the AND ITS Al TENDANT PLEASURE (j We will all be there. Some of u* will come from afar to be present AT HOME on Thanksgiving Day. We are looking forward to the day we can all gather around that table so bountifully set and enjoy a good old-fash ioned Thanksgiving dinner. €J on these homecoming occasions life centers very largely around the "Festive Board."—In the dining room. How important then that our din ing room he graced with furniture characteristically in keeping with the home spirit we have all so enjoyed in times past. (J Let us make thi* Thanksgiving season a joyous ojie and one long to be remembered. €J I*et the dining room furniture be »elected with discriminating care that it may not detract front, but add^to, the joyousneaa of the season. If We bid you welcome to this house of de pendable furniture and courteous service. We IVUII/» enjoy shewing you through our floors. We ^AV take pleasure in assisting you to make your selections. You, in turn, will lake pleasure using the kind of at our store furniture wüiich i» shown JR£• cP* I ! ! ; | ' j j I ' 1 1 1 house and found the baby missing, she at once telephoned her husband, a meat cuter at the State street grocery. He hurried to the home and soon found the little body in the water and the .mute evidence of how the accident oc curred. Mr. and Mrs. Schneider have four other children, two sons and daughters, older than the little one who met a tragic death. The Schneider home is on an Island, across from Wylie station and is reached by a swinging bridge, j The funeral will be held at the Fry j & Summers chapel Thursday after j noon at 1 o'clock. Rev. W. W.. Van I Du sen officiating. Burial will he in i Canyon Hill cemetery at i'aid well. OREGON COMPANY HOLDS MEETING; ELECTS NEW BOARD I The annual meeting of the Central I Oregon Oil & Gas company held Tues day night in the 1 dan ha. hotel, resulted in the election of J. il. Good. Boise; C. H. Voegtly, Burns; M. U. Keane. John I H. Hall and H. B. Beckett, of Portland, as directors of the company. The offi cers elected by the directors were: President. K. G. Nease, of Portland; vice president, C. H. Voegtly, of Burns. The offices of secretary and treasurer w ere left vacant for the present a I U b i7„n a,ldled the present by John H. Hall. it was the aim of tlie stockholders of Ihe company, a goodly number of whom were present, to get a majority of directors in one city in order that a meeting might be called at au> timei and business transacted. Boise has a number of stockholders nnd most of them were in attendance , st the meeting. Reports were that R. M. Yager had • been placed in charge of the: well.' which is 18 miles south of Burns, ore..... and it is expected it will be finished ( earl.v next year. TAILOR CLEANED WARBLERS WHO PRO-GERMANIZED i Chicago, Nov, 14. His name is Wil son and he says he had to .sit cross legged and helpless for weeks and weeks while six other tailors—Aus trians. Swedes and Russians -prac ticed "Die Wacht am Rheine" and oth er 1 right fui ness. Wilson, whose initials are P. W., * was helpless because of his poor phys ical condition. So he ate meat and punched the bag and ran a mile every ] night. Last night he was ready, and the ; concert w hich began in B natural end j ed In A roughhouse. Wilson licked the j combined fort es of Kmperor Karl, King Gustave and Messrs. Kerensky, Denine : and Trotsky. j One of the Russians explained to the judge today that Wilson, as a critic of music, was r-r-rotten. "It was the 'Cavallera Rusticana,' " he said. "Well, any way." grinned Wilson, "it wasn't 'Yankee Doodle.'" Always on the job. Our Fndlllac ambulance. Phone 506-W. McBrat ney & Hampton.— Adv. KM STRIKERS," ÏDLE^ QTTTl TTPP'T TT» TVDÄPT bUBJIbOI IO DRAFT Beaver Falls, Pa., Non. 14.—Opera tion of the Industrial exemption pro vision of tlie national selective service regulations were expected today to automatically break the strike of 1500 Id be ft y motor workers in short order. Hundreds of strikers were surprised to iear ntoday that their industrial ex . ..... ........ ......................to emption expired last'night by virtue of non-einplo>'inent for two weeks st the industry upon which their exemptions were based. Signs of a break multi-, Plied through the day. The president's Buffalo nddres* w«s ssid to have bed a natatory effect up -1 in the Americans among the strikers, They are pleading with the foreigners' to rot urn to their issllk and leave ad Juglment qf all questions up to th" authorities. NAMPA WOMAN SUES INSURANCE COMPANY Lia u v ,* T o o , l aldwe! non. 14 A suit was filed I 1 " T», 5 ' « !, y „OOU ..V Mrs. .seme js'veiland -.f Moat Old People Are Constipated The wear of year« Impair« the action of the bowels. As people grow older they restrict their activity, neglect to take sufficient exercise, and indulge a natural disposition to take things easy. The digestive organs become more sensitive to the demands made upon them and rebel more quickly. It is of special importance td the health of elderly people that the bowels be kept normally active. A mild, yet effective, jemedy for constipation, and one that is especially suited to the needs of old folks, women and children, iff the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold in drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It costs only fifty cents a bottle, and should be in every family medicine chest. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 456 Wash ington St., Monticello, Illinois. __________RijUs Nxmva «gainst the New World Life Insurance Co. for $2300 nntl ini crest at ,j u , ra<p - JlPr ,, rnt 1917 i hich the plaintiff alleges is due her from the company hk inJurance on H polu . v CRrrled hy deceased son, Alden W. Swetland. who diet] at Namp.u May 10. of last vear. j n her complaint, the plaintiff al u > Kea that the policy was taken out fro mthe company through its Nampa represéritatlves, E. H. Kernohan and m. h. Shumate, that her san gave an der on the Stanfield Cheep company for $2.1 which was accepted and paid «mi ihat by an agreement the re NERVOUSNESS AND BLUES -* , n,e J'r/T n TZ*!' " s Sr "" kane office denied all liability. mainder of the policy- premium. $50.80, was to in* paid during ip., noxi »ix month* nt his convenience, hut ihm hla death occur.ed May 10 and that on Symptoms of More Serious Sickness. Washington Park, 111. — "I am the mother of four children and have suf fered with female to me at times. Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re stored me to health and I want to thank you for the good they have done me. I trouble, backache, nervous spells and the blues. My chil dren's loud talking and romping would make me so nervoun I could just tear andTÄd^chea" over and feel bo sick that I would not want anyone to talk Lydia E. Pinkham'a have had quite a bit of trouble and worry but it does not affect my youth ful looks. My friends say'Why do you look so young and well? I owe it all the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies." 7_.^'A Kobt. STOPIEL, Sage Avenue, W ashington Park, Illinois. Tf,™, ________ ___Disappointing Uyouhave Rny symptom about which y°n would like to know write to the Lydia E. Pinknam Medicine Co., Lynn, Magn.. for helpful advice given free of charge. .«a «7» ifitr ' VicW—iwouDiuot COMPANY IDAHO STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Boise, Idaho. N ^' e *• ' ,erP , by . meeting of the directors held on the ««'> <«»>• •« Novomhet. 1017. an assess «f °nc dollar <81.00, per share levje?I „„„„ the ,. apltal atock of ,h « corporation, payable on or before ., 0 ,. loek I „ H . en , lM>I . „ tu George B. Wood, secretary of the com pany, at the office of the company in the Fmpire building. Boise. Idaho. Any stock upon which this assess-f ment remains unpaid on the date above mentioned will be delinquent and ad vertised for sale at public auction snd unless payment is made before, will be sold on the* 26th day of December, 1917, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of the company in Boise, Idaho, to pay the delinquent assessment together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. GEORGE B. WOOD, Secretary. Office, Fmpire Bldg.. Boise, Idaho. W N28 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY For SALE 11 thoroughbred Black I Minorca pullets and one cockerel; ! price $iu. Inquire 2312 Hesseguie. Nil FOI'ND—-A purse at 1610 Washington; owner may have same by identify ing and paying for this ad. N14c ----------------—--------- I-'OH RAI.K—Young New Zealand bred doe*. A few partridge and White Rock cockerels. J-». D. Dong, Box 1396. Bol, "'~ ____ 1)13 Kt i II SALK «oiid retnll milk route end equipment. Address 2U67, rare Capital News. N15e ----- KOR HALF—A fine 80-acre dairy ranch, 4 miles from Meridian, on gravel road, good bouse, barn, well; fenced; 28 acres In alfalfa. 18 acres pasture, 6 acres bearing orehurd. balance grain land. This Is u snap at 86500. Half cash will handle. 40 ACRES on Ten Mile bottom, all Ini pasture and alfalfa. Puid water right, deep well, small housp. barn, fniully orchard, on gravel road, near.ers, school. You can have this fine 40 for 85000. IDAHO REALTY CO. 20# N. 8 th SL i BOILS AND CARBUNCLES ARE WORSE IN WINTER If Your Blood Happens to Be In Bad Condition, S. S. S. Will C orrect I t Now. The peculiar effect on the blood caused bv the rapid... , , • , - changes of winter, the dully , , . , , , • blasts and dampness; long con , „ , , „ r_____ tinned, will undoubtedly have a disastrous effect disastrous ettect upon vour • r system if vour blood happens ■ . 1 V to be m bad condition. i on ■ ... ,, ... should not allow vourself to . . . , , . . run the risk of suffering with . , , , . ■ boils and carbuncles, v o u . .. . .... , . should not willingly walk into , the snare of pain and suffering , , . 1 , , of rheumatism or catarrh when , , , . , , you can put your blood in shape to prevent it by the simple j method of taking S. S. S. for a j short, period during the fall. i and carbuncles are evi-| jdencpof disordered blood. The v l do not necessarily meai) an in'-j»H herited taint, but' tliev téll von ! that your blood is poisoned—| t hat the life-giving stream that should flow through your veius^hodv, —pure, vigorous and healthy—Jfbe lias become upset, maybe , _ . ( over-eatillir and clrillkilltr DOS-! ,i i « • / i ! sl])1 > j> > Constipation. StOlliacll j -trouble OI* liric acid. Whatever | the Cause, VOID* blood lias be- j -it i come poisoned and you are not going to know what it is to fce , entire | y we U , 1Ilt jl the j posion and impurities have been washed front you system. The blond, purified j and invigorated, will once; more perform i t s normal function of keeping the hotly full of •health and vigor. Kvery part of the body is de BAD NEWS OF WAR CAUSES A MARKET SLUMP No Great Amount of Offer ings Brought Out by the Possibly Expected Drop in Prices. ! York, Nov. 14. 'Plie stock mar ket opened weak today. F. S. Steel 1 Bü j,j 91 ^ to 91»*, off \ to I. Bothle K Tli nPr rruclble _ 52 *. ..IT Vi. M„rln.' preferred mi, off 1 ',. «en ernl Motors, SI 1 -, off Heading, off ; Baldwin, 5314, off 4» ; Ana eonda 55. off 1%, and Canadian Pacific ! 134^4, off 1 V 4 * European news was , llalnPd for the decline. No great alnount of 8tork waa bro ^ ht out by the drop, however, Word from Washington that noth ing had been heard from Petrograd for three days was used hy bears to foi< e ,he market lower in the early afternoon. Steel broke to 895*; Ma line preferred sold off to SK\, the ] eek's low. St. Paul touched 35 i«w. i ... b .__. . , , .. . i « '•"'"'•«s marked the third hour. '* common, however was the only ^'tlye Issue. It sold down to «»*: I "'t*' 1 P*««™* •»*«1» » w low at f "» ■for the year and United Cigar Stores was off 2Vi. LIVESTOCK CHICAGO. Fhlcngo, Nov. 14. ''The liog market closed weak at the opening prices. Top, 17.70. Kstiruate.il tomorrow.. 28.000. t'atlle cloned weak. Top, 16.25; calves. 13.25. Kstimated tomorrow, 12, 000. Sheep closed strong. Top. 12.80; lambs, 16.61. Kstimated tomorrow, 1 5.000. Hogs — Receipts, 32,000. Market, . steady to 6c higher; Mixed anil butch ers, 10.750' 17.70; good to heavy. 17.35 <0-17.70; rough heavy, 17.06#17.20; light, 17GH7.60; pigs, 14£jH5.50. Fat tie — Receipts, 24,000. Market, steady to »hade lower. Beeves, 6.8562 16.25; cows and heifers, 4.50$ft1.66; stocker* arid feeders. &.80€il2b30; calves, 6.75(0 13.25; western steers. 5.85 fil 13.50. Sheep—Receipts, 21,000. Market, steady to 10c lower. Native, 8.700 12: western. 8.90W12.Ä0; lambs, native, rjf „ i ; iambs, western, 1Ï.254916.65; ewes, » 7.50ti l 1.25. . ' PORTLAND. Portland, Nov. 14.—Uattl«—-RreeUds. 948 . Market steady. Best beef steers. 9i«9.50; good beef steers, 769; best beef rows, 6® 7: ordinary to good rows, UfrR; best heifers, S.50Q7.50; bulls, 4 .50&6.76; ealves. 74ftt.60; stocken and feeders, 44i7.25. Hugs Receipts, 948. Market stesdy. Prime light, 16.204t 16.40; prime heavy, 164 , 16.30; pigs. 144ÿl4.76; bulk, 150 15.20. Sheep—Receipts, 552. Market steady, Western lambs. 14014.50; volley lambs, 13.504(14; yearlings. 13.5a#» 13; weth 124( 12.50; ewes, 8.50010.50. —- — OMAHA. South Onflha. Nov. 14.—Cattle—Re NUjcelpts, 10,0041. Market, steady. Steers, pendent upon the blood for nourishment and strength, and when for any cause this vital stream becomes run down, it invites disease to enter. The . , . , .... liver and kidnevs, failmtr to re , - r, iceive the proper noruisliment , , • • Iront tlie blood, grow inactive .and duH, and the waste and; , ... . . . . bodilv impurities that should • . , , I pass off through these channels f . , . . ., ;of nature are left in the system . .. -, .. 'to encourage sonic blood dts , .. . ...... lorder. \\ lien the blood is in this , , ,. , , , weakened condition, it should lie treated with a remedy that . , , , is not only thorough, but gen " tie m its action, S- S. 8., a pure vegetable remedy, made of roots, herbs a, "> harks, is just what is need etl - ft ,10t only cleanses the blood of impurities and enriches cI strengthens it. but gently buihls up the entire system by its fi, ie tonic effect. S. S. S. rc invigorates every part of the gives tone and vigor to blood, and as it goes to the bv!different parts, carries health aiu ^ Strength, c c c * * 1 i b. b. S. acts promptly and gives gOOll results. It gives the blood power to drive Ollt rheit .. . , mattsm, catarrh, boils, sores and ulcers, skin diseases and Other blood disorders. (let it at your druggist's and take it rjnotv. Meanwhile, write us if you need advice. Our Chief Medical Adviser is ready to yell you what your best treatment is. Address Medical Depart ment, Drawer 5, Swift Specific co., Atlanta, (ia. 7(&16; cow* and '.îeifer*, 5.r0<ft9.35; stocker* and feeders. 6 r u;13; calve*, 9 12.50; bulls and «tags, o.fiO'fi 8. Hogs Receipts, 4300. Market, 10fft 20c higher. Bulk of pies, 17.2017.40; top, 17.50. * Sheep — Receipts, 7400. Market, strong to ^5ffi 50c higher; yearlings. 1 0.5 m (ft 12.50; wether*. 11^12.50; lambs, 16«U 16.75; ewes, 9.25#10.50. GRAIN CHICAGO. Ghlcsgo, Nov. 14.— Free selling, mostly through unloading by longs, today caused cow to break sharply, losing 1 \ to 2cents from yester day's closing prices. A selling induce ment was the warning of the board .of trade against over-trading. December corn opened late at $ 1 . 20 , down 7 %. later losing the same frac tion. January opened \ lower and later lost i\ to $1.16 , H . May opened flower at $l.t 6 f*, subsequently selling ,i,.wn to $1 is «„ix wus lower on the weakness in oorn. lleeemher opened up 's. but lat erlöst to 63%. May opened at «4^4, down t*. later losing \. New York. Nov. 14. —lias No. 1. 1.80«j 1.90; No. 3, 1.50(0.1.60. Provisions wore lower on a weak hog market. Closing quotations: Corn — December, 119%. January 116^. May 316*4. Oats—December 63*-2. May 63^. HAY AND CLOVER. NV\v York. Nov. 14.—llay—Higher. Clover -1.25$| 1.50. PRODUCE NEW YORK. X h* w York. Nov. 14.— Sugar—Raw, steady: centrifugal. <96 test. 6.90: Mus Free Lecture By Pastor William A. Baker, rep resentative of I. B. S. A. g "THE IMPENDING REVOLUTION IT'S CAUSE AND CURE." nt THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Cor. 13th Av», and 4th St. S. NAMPA FRIDAY, NOV. 1«. 7:30 p. m. No Collection EAT AT THE COLONIAL CAFE. I« Most Popular and Up-to-Dat« , Cafe in Caldwell. A Pirat Clsa* Soda .Fountain in connection. Lloyd Harden and Dick Holman, Proprietors. baste tobacco The only big advance in 20 .years in cigarette making Boise Lecture Course second number. HENRI scon Famous Metropolitan Grand Opera Bass-Baritone PINNEY, THURSDAY, NOV. 15 8:30 P. M. (Not Nov. 14th, per a» season ticket state» ) Reservations without season tickets, $1.00, 75c 50c. Reservations with season tickets, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c. Season tickets on sale at $1.00 for six super-attraCtions, at Y. M. C. A., Drug Stores and Music Houses. Reservations may be made at Sampson's Wednesday and Thursday this week. covado, 89 test. 6.02; refined, steady; rut loaf, 9.85; crushed, 9.60; powdered, 8.30 ft- 8.55; granulate«!, 8.35. Coffee—Rio No. 7, on the spot, 8 . POTATOES. Chicago. Nov. 14.—Potatoes receipts, 80 ears Wisconsins, 1.804|2.1O; Minne sotas, 1.3U4Î2.10; fancy westerns. 2.25. MONEY New York, Nov. 14.—Money on call. 4; six months, 5%; Mercantile paper, 4V#4»B. Bar silver New York. 86; de mand Sterling, 4.75.15. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FURNITCRE of four room suburban 1 house for *«le cheap. House for rent. Apply 1714 Franklin. H-N14 CADE "SAM," 301-J. He pay» th» ♦ highest price for *econd-h»nd goods. People's Furniture Store, 1018 Main. TL tf FOR RENT — Furnished apartment» for housekeeping; 628 Fort »t| TD tf BUY WHERE your dollar has more 1 cent». Furnitur», rug»,* stoves and range«. The Company Store, 906 908 Idaho Street. tl-tf | TWO NK'KDY FF RMS HKD houses and several unfurnished houses for rent, als«» houses to sell on same terms a* tent. Schooler-Starling Agency. Phone 358-W. tlN!4 CAIJg that man Dick when selling furniture. He has a machine and Will «all promptly. Standard Ex change store. 12th and Main. Phon» 898. tl DKARN auto trAde in nig modern sch«>ol. courses complete, practical. W» help student* earn living. Il lustrated catalog free. National Automobile Bchool, Ix>s Angeles. Wed. O. tf BOARD AND ROOM— Kurnacfi heated room with or without board. 1103 N. 121b. Phone 297-R. Nil-14,-. Tf'RKKYS wanted at once. Mutual Creamery I "o., Phon« ^>98. N17 WE HAVE SOLVED H. C. L. BBUINNIN« tomorrow and until fuf 'ther notlve we will aril creamery butter. "Boise - , Be,». -- direct to con sumer at wholesale price«, 47c per pound. No delivery. < - a,h only. Boise Ice Cream Oo., 907 Bannock St. NÏ0 TIRKEY pickers wanted. Creamery Co. Mutual N18 Maks This Bank Your B usinas« Homo. THE FIRST DOLLAR SAVED Represents the first step tPW&rdg ' Independence. If you spend «11 you earn ypg »Hfl not be any more Independent g year or ten years from now than you are today. * Our advice is— Opens a Savings Account Today Idaho National Bank INTERURBAN TIME TABLE BOISE VALLEY TRACTION CO. Northern Division. Lv. Boise for Eagle, Star, Middleton and Caldwell— 7 ; 00. 8:00, 6:30, 11:00 A. M. 1:00, 8:0«, 3:00 4:00, 6:30, 7<00, 6:00 11:00 p. m. Lv. Boise for Duncan, *6:10, *7:00 •8 05 a. m.; 12:06 *4:06, 6:06, 0:06 p. in. Lv. •6:30 a. p. in. Duncan for Boise, *«:*6 *7:60, m.; 12:8«, *4:30, 6:10, 0:10 •Daily except Sunday. Southern Division. Lv. Boise for Meridian, Nampa sad Caldwell— 6:30, 7:20, *:00, 10:30 a. m. 12:00, 1:30, 2:'0. 3:30, **4:40. 6:008 1:30, 8:00. 9:30, *11:00 p. m. ••To Meridian only. *To Nampa only. Lv. Boise for McDermott 7:30, 0:00 a. m.. 4:30, 6:00 p. m. Lv. McDermott for Bois > 0:16. 11:30, a. m.; 6:66 p. m. Schedule subject to uhamgs — Ithmit notice.