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N ampa Agent J. R. STOTTS Caldwell Agent HALLEY WILSON, K MILLER. Phene 4UW ■OISI. Phenee 462R er H Dunns I« THE TEACHERS OF CANYON COUNTY Commissioner of Education Delivers Enlightening Ad dresses on Educati Subjects at Caldwell. I dresses on Educations! Caldwell, Nov. 24.—With 125 teach-| ers In attendance the annual Canyon county teachers' meeting was held in the high school building in this city today. In the morning session, Or. 1C. A. Bryan, state educational com missioner, spoke upon the subject of "The Unification of Idaho,' emphaslz- J ing the importance of concerted and harmonious action upon the part of all | sections of the state for educational advancement and progress." | Tne school nurse as a factor in com- j munity life," was discussed very in of physical defects which might other- I wise prove detrimental to the children ! n their mature years, as well as op-; srate to arrest their educational prog ress. Another feature of the morning program was a solo by Miss Lorene, Reillv, accompanied by Miss Ardith | terestingly by Miss M. Ida Geowey, public school nurse, of this city, who enlarged upon beneficial service which a school nurse is capacitated to do for school children and the important bear ing her work plays in the elimination Scarth. ! SMITH-HUGH ES BILL. In the afternoon session Ur. Bryan again addressed the teachers upon the ; Smith-Hughes bill and explained all of ; its provisions at length. This is the law enacted by congress which P r °-| vides for vocational education in every ; state in the union, conditioned upon the states appropriating an equal sura of money to that appropriated by tho, national government. Dr. Bryan strongly indorsed the law and pointed out the great benefits which would be , . , r . . .. , derived by liot only the young men and • J young women of the country by its operation, but of the great assist ance that would be given by the op portunities it would afford to men and women of mature years in increasing their efficiency for a professional life, the law stipulating that its benefi ciaries shall he 14 years of age and over. He slated that this year under j its provisions, some 10 high schools in . o- j th** state would be designated rational schools" and receive their pro portionate part of the $15,000 which will be appropriated for their mainte nance next year. Dr. Bryan emphasised that the pres ent is an age of a peiialization ; ind that U i s imperative that the you ng men ami the young w omen of the country be practically pr» spared for .so me spe* rial line of life's work. The salue of pra ctical know! edge was strongly «tre ?ssed by him. li.ss Margaret Knowlton. county mup erintendent of education. under Vil« )hc direction t he meeting \\ as con du v ted. in highly gratified over the en thusiastic interest creab teachers of the county, b ■d among the V the meeting ! : ! ! of today and is impressed that it will prove productive of educational ad- i vancement in nil communities of tlie ; I county. DIRECTOR NAMED BY THE WATER USERS Nampa, Nov. 24.—At a mass meot ins of the water users of the Nampa Meridian irrigation district, held in this oitv this afternoon. G. D. Kike was ! nominated for membership on the ! ! EAT AT THE COLONIAL CAFE. Most Popular and Up-to-Date Cafe in Caldwell. A First Class Soda Fountain in connection. Lloyd Harden and Dick Hofman, Proprietors. The Ideal Christmas Gift Every Christmas thousands of dollars are spent making gifts that af ford only TEMPORARY pleasure to the persons receiving them, but this is not so with Jewelry. There is no class of merchandise that will give as many years of enjoyment and service, even at greater cost, THAN A BEAUTIFUL RING, AN ACCURATE WATCH, A DEPENDABLE PIECE OF SILVERWARE, A SPARKLING DIAMOND, A JEWELED LAVALLIER, A PIECE OF CRYSTAL CUT GLASS, SOMETHING IN DAINTY HAND-PAINTED CHINA OR A RELIABLE MANTLE CLOCK. We are prepared to furnish you with useful and attractiva present, for each member of the family—gifts that will be appreciated and eherished. REMEMBER that it will be very difficult to replace stocks this year after they have been picked over, and the early holiday shopper will have a deoided advantage and save much worry by having desirable selections put aside for them. A small deposit is all that ia necessary. Many of our cuatomara ha va alraady takan advantage of this "modern system of holi day shopping." THE BUSY JEWELERS. ** Green-Griffin Co Main For 22 Years the Loading GIFT STORE OF BOI8E. Est. 1895 board of directors of the district to succeed K. H. Dewey, whose term ex pires at the end of the present year, and Who, It is understood, has desires to retire from the board. About 25 farmers were In attendance. Some criticism was Indulged In over alleged mismanagement of the district in the delivery of water and the direction of unfair work. (Î. A. Remington, of Merllan, secre tary of the district, who was present In an address explained the supple mental water rights which It Is pro posed to purchase from the govern ment and which will be voted upon at I the annual election, Dec. 11. He also explained the levies which have been made against certain lands as costs for drainage. S. L. Kennedy presided over the meLtlrl ®5_ PREMIUMS WON BY CATTLE AND HOGS Caldwell, * Nov. 24.—The fame of Canyon and Payette counties as the | J home of purebred Shorthorn and Hereford cattle and purebred Poland j | China hogs was materially extended at the recent livestock Bhow ut Lewis- | | ton and Portland through the exhibits | j made by W. H. Hall of Hall's Station. ! L. L. Young of Nampa, W. F. Howard of Roswell, and A. L. Wilson of Green leaf. Their cattle and hogs were com parable to the finest on exhiblton and took many of the first premiums. This is the good word which County Farm Agent R. H. Musser brings back from I Portland, from which city he returned ! yesterday. At the annual Hereford auctlon Rl Lewiston, 10 Hereford yearling bulls were sold by Mr. Young 1 at aa average price of $250. At Port- ! Ian d, 22 head of young Toland Chinai» | boars and gilts were sold by Mr. | ! Howard and Mr. Royston at average 'price of $75 per head. Mr. Wilson sold s j x head of his hogs at Portland, re ; uelvlng mo for hts top sow . ; InPrciu , od proportions were given to lhe of shorthorn cattle in this sec tj on by the purchase by Messrs. ; Howard Ha „ an „ s a Tucker , cf N of a numb er of fine purebred! shorthorn buIls and helfers . Four ■ cQWs wpfe ha8ed b Mr Howard , . ,,, .. yearling bull. Five head of Shorthorn • * . ... . , . hoifora anH nn « Hull nrf>rA niirrhnRPil hv and three heifers and - a bull by Mr. Tucker, he having paid $540 for a heifers and one bull were purchased by Mr. Hall, he having paid $1060 for a two year old heifer. WEISER DEFEATED BY CALDWELL HIGH Caldwell, Nqv. 24.—By a #core of 2Ö j to 0, the Welser high school football i . team was defeated In this city by the* j local high school team. The Weiser- | ites put up a stiff fight and evidenced marked development, but were weak ened in the first half of the game by. Jensen, one of their number being put out of the game by a disjointed knee. ( The home team made 'four touch- I downs, the last beig scored just be- j fore the final whistle was blown. TURKEYS FOR THE CALDWELL SOLDIERS Caldwell, Nov. 24.-«— Turkeys to the ! value of approximately $95 will be : shipped to the young men of this city ! who giving dinner by' J. S. Harrington, ! chairman of the committee, selected by i the commercial club to raise the mon - ; «v for his purpose. Of this amount of I money $110 were secured from the r > r n Campbell, ! ! PROMINENT YOUNG PEOPLE i OF dance which was given at the armory recently and $10 from the dance given by the students of the high school. In tho sale of the tickets which was high ly successful much credit attaches to Misses Florence Hoffman and Kath CALDWELL TO BE MARRIED Caldwell, Nov. 24.—The marriage of Fred A. Miller and Miss Beulah Nickle., ! popular young people of this city, will be solemnized at the home of the par ent«» of Miss Miller, tomorrow morn ing at 10 o'clock in the presence of the members of the families of the con tracNng parties and a few of their in timate friends. The ceremony will in the army for their Thanks- j held in this city today. be performed by Rev. W. F. Vance, pastor of tho Methodist church and following a wedding breakftat tho young people will leave on a brlof wedding trip. Mr. Miller is the son of Col. and Mrs. Amos Miller while Miss Nickle Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nickle. Their marriage marks the culmination of a pretty lit tle romance which began when they were students of the College of Idaho. CALDWELL Caldwell, Nov. 24.—Julian Steunen berg left last evening for Walla Walla, where he will make a brief visit with his mother. Attorney O. M. Van Duyn transacted legal business In Boise today. Fred Boyes was a Boise visitor yes terday. County Farm Agent R. 3. Musser re turned yesterday from Portland, where he had been to attend the great live stock show. Ira A. Moon of Claytonia passed through the city today en route to Salt Lake, where he will report for Instruction as a member of the army aviation corps. Mr. and Mrs. Melvon Gray and G. E. Garmon left today for Meadow view, Va., for an extended visit with relatives. Dr. E. A. Bryan of Boise, state edu cational commissioner, was in at tendance at the annual meeting of the Canyon county teachers which was Frits Miller was a business visitor to Boise yesterday. Mrs. Frank Lasser of Vale, Ore., is visiting In the city as the guest of M rs . Charles Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Hurtt left to dK y for Los Angeles, where they will been to visit her son, Ben, who is a soldier at Camp Lewis. Ben secured furlough of two weeks and accom P anle< * his mother home. spend the winter. Mrs. T. O. Wheeler of North Deer Flat, visited in the city today. MERIDIAN Meridian. Nov. 24.—Mrs. Frank Robinson returned j osterday from American Lake, Wash., where she had Boise today, C , ». Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Finch and grand daughters left yesterday for California, where they will spend the winter. W. J. Hoyne. of Boise, was a visitor here yesterday. Charles Onwiler was a Boise visitor last evening. Ira Vorhees very seriously cut a finger on his left hand yesterday i while grinding n knife and was ne - 1 cesaitated to have several stitches taken in the wounded member. The freshman class of the Rural high school entertained the members of the Junior class at a reception at the high school building last evening. G. A. Remington, secretary of the Nampa-Meridian Irrigation district, was a business visitor to Nampa to day. Walter Anderson returned yesterday from a business trip to Spokane. J. R. Clark transacted business in NAMPA Nampa, Nov. 24.— L. P. Biddick, of Pocatello, was a business visitor in the r Robinson was a visitor to Boise today. Attorney G. W. Lumson transacted legal business in Caldwell today. J. W. Berry spent today In Boise. Mrs. 8. R. Moore visited in Caldwell today. L. F Kigglnn, of Boise, was a busi ness visitor in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Colton and sons | visited In Caldwell today. James Hansen went to Caldwell to day to assume his duties as ngent of, the American Express company, to j which position he has been'appointed. Mr. and Mrs. Msrlnn cook left yes- j terdaj for Portland, whore they will ; spend the winter. B. C. Hauser went to Mountain ; Home yesterday, where he will spend several days looking after business In terests. Miss Luella Rogers, of Star, re turned home today after a visit of sev eral days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shumate. E. R. Brace was a business visitor to Caldwell today. Miss Penlah Newland, of the public school faculty, went to Boise last ev ening to spend the week-end with rela tives. Thomas Ross, of Ely, is a business visitor In the city. A. A. Getchel, of Stiver City, county treasurer of Owyhee county, returned to his home this morning after a. busi ness visit In the city. J. D. Taggan let! yesterday for Maryland, having received telegraphic advice that his sister was seriously 111' Mr..and Mrs. A. E. Qoade and little son visited lrf Caldwell today. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Altlser were Boise visitors today. Mrs. P. M. Howard was the guest «4 Caldwell friends today. Mrs. Nellie Brown visited In Boise today. ' Mis. Jesse Hedges, of Meridian, I visited in the city today. Alfred Hampton transacted business I in Boise today. R. J. Hertlg was a Caldwell visitor ! today. Miss Florence Rief attended the j county teacher«' meeting at Caldwell I today. \ Mrs. J. B. Doles spent today In Boise. ! . L. Stott of Meridian was a business visitor in the city today. James Hollingsworth was among the ■oval people spending today In Cald well. Mrs. D. W. Allen and daughter, Miss j Jessie, visited In Caldwell today. ! L. C. Lewis was a Bol«8 visitor to i day. ■ D. W. Gray was a visitor to Cald well today. H. D. Cosko spent yesterday In Boise. ENTER FLEAS OF GUILTY. Nampa, Nov. 24.—When th*y ap peared before Justice G. T. Mooro to day J. A. Marita and Lavenen Clarke entered pleas of guilty to stealing clothes from the clothes line of Charles Bennett, of this city. Marita. who Is It years of ago, was sentenced to SO daya in the county Jail and Clark, who is only 14 years of age, was remanded to the Juvenile court. PLEAD8 NOT GUILTY. * Nampa, Nov* 24.—William Taylor, charged with removing mortgaged property from the state, entered a THE STEINWAY The one piano that has been acknowledged as the stand ard Piano of the world and is so recognized in every land and clime where music is played. THE SUPREME CHRISTMAS GIFT The Steinway Piano costs no more at our store than sliding scale houses mark the most ordinary pianos. SAMPSON MUSIC COMPANY , Idaho's Largest Music House 913 Main St. Phone 252 PIONEER FURNITURE CO. 822-824 IDAHO STREET Radium-Radium-Radium Heater SAVES FUEL FOR YOU Liberty Bonds are good as cash at this store for merchandise. 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