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Nampa Agent J. R. STOTT8 Caldwell Agent HALLY WILSON REPORTER K. MILLER Phons 485-W. Phone 6-R-4, Boise Phone* 452R or 35 • I 1 I ! ! Nampa Editor Severely Wound ed Shortly Before Armistice Signed, but Was at Front in Last Days of War. N:< n Jan. 10- 'Lieutenant Harold Jcnnc's, former city editor of the Nampa Loader-1T< raid, and one of the best Known newspaper men in the slate, arrived borne last night from France, where he h. a been for the past >car w :h the American expeditionary forces. Lieutenant Jenness participated in some <>f tin* most severe battles with the Germans and but a short time before the armistice was signed was severely wounded and sent to the rear f<r medical treatment, but. re covered and went back to the front, where he was when peace dawned. ON MEXICAN BORDER. Wliai President Wilson railed for Volum « «ms to patrol the Mexican bor der Lieutenant Jenness relinquished bis newspaper work and with many other members of the old Second Ida ho answered the call to the colors. Through merited servi moted from the rank: aney and within a !<• the T'nit d Slat« ■ ha, Against Hern a.ny he ing in the. warfare a a i ; i I , 1 ; l ! he was pro-| lie emphasize.-; the fa comrad- :. play.n .1 in î great war and mach able tn themsi ! vi s a Ne vor In' : v» it', ' 'io de 1 i eilten - ow months after ad declared war vas p . rtie i pat - gainst the Huns. t*t that his Idaho ■■mail part in ; he records credit - ml their state, elan s, v. - i C the j i nee« :1 of sid-. r. t,' ii than r.• ■ iV and lie rrc? that relatives ami frien-l; r irnw their ac tivity in ma king tin m cheerful by let ters and news fr< m home. In commenting today upon his ex perience and his view of existing con çût ion Vi s.. id : Y. M. C. A. CRITICISM. "Tiw v. r \: o \ r 1. : ; t t ho re.- pon.sl bilitiix <»f t ■ Am".i u people for the boys in l-Taih e is far from over. Now, If ever, is the time that tlu. 1 home folks rhouM keep the big fat letters, full of j the gray; dp of tlu nid Y lome town, go- ; itlg re TO sh the water in large numbers, j First le It« rs. then oeer isionally a box i o; 'eat';' are going tn 1 ! lean c veryt hing 1 for «■ soldiers who have been as-j signed to tlm highly irnpc rtant but perha• s monotonous tr isk oi 1* oc cupy- | Ing R Rhine done will k< h tv-, lonesome months. IrttojH a,i(i all the other that wir' carried on so th« war. Add a little bit r general criticisim of the in Trance is due not to s or inefficiency in the ti j W rîting Papers by the pound are by far the most inexpensive you can use m Lord Baltimore Pound Paper gives you a full pound by weight, about HO double sheets of this well known quality stationery, the best possible to make or buy at the price .......................... Envelopes to match, packed in cartons of 50 .................. 50c 35c Cascade Linen One full pound net in « choice pound w riting pa On double sheets. Tie Linen Pound Paper i: The utmost inr the price ................ h package, of very i r containing about usage of Cascade very satisfactory. 40c Symphony Lawn Pound Paper is Ilia hiirhpst prado sixty-pound wi'it in;r pa par pussiMo to Imy. ]| is niada 1'i'oni pure, cicau r.iL' stock uiidcu* iiiksI inodci'ii. appimvcd conditions, und « ] i « ' « 1 i t > at tiic price is tar bet lor Ilian any other store can cite. .None hotter is made. The linen fin ish is obtained by pressure between zinc sheets, lined w ith specially woven French cloth. The package tone pound net), 75c and $1.00. USTACO LINEN Pound Paper Quality, Supreme, Inexpensive. "THE BEST IN DRUG STORE GOODS." JOY DRUG STORES BOISE AND IDAHO FALLS. BOTKIN-JOY DRUG CO., CALDWELL "THE BEST IN DRUG STORE SERVICE." ! higher office/ • the unfortun I fled men !<«i 1 monv of the of the institution but to to selection of umiurili the smaller jobs. Toot under secretaries didn't I Know what the soldiers ! couldn't work with then 1'orhaps this condition ! helped o wanted and If they did. •ould not mint of the rapid expan sion of t « organization. So manv thousand* ■ taken into the servi,'.' that of court tiiev could not be „„ co ref nil v S« : • t.-d IIS in pence times, in other wm.is I believe the heart of the org.inizatinn was good but there wasn't tlie machinery to carry the good inlentii'iis to their goal. GERMANY THROUGH. "On th" other hand, the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army j med to make the very best, use ofj i their funds . ml their personnel. T be lieve the work of both of there or-| ; gunlzations was above reproach. 1 iM.e never he Id a word of critic! m ,.f (dt la i* cf them. "No. 1 do not think it is at all pus : -rn !.. renew the warm i lCvrn it' it wen possible to once mure! I weld the country into a political unitv. j , it would he out of the question fori 1 them to take tip war. because they ! lia vo already surrendered to the allies 1 ; the major portion of their military ; l supplies and equipment. Furthermore, ! i !:*■ German soldier is through—lie has i bad all <T war that ho wants." DEER FLAT Door Flat. Jan. 16 \Y. AV. Doal am family arc siok with tlm influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Pa imh k of Long val - ley are visiting at the ,1. AV. Kesnor ; homo. Grant Miller and family moved Mon- | day to the Franklin district from the I I j i Kempthorn ranch. William Selby, F. X. Corey, nore and Ralph Hyslop attende iter users' meeting in Caldwell day. J. W. Kesner and little Taila, Miss Mayor. Mr. K< Mahle Kesner visited man home Tuesday. Hon and Mrs. Odb I I Vit!' the rflu. ■amp will be made until the boy who is stationed Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins are the parent of a girl, born Jan 1::. hter. ; . lo-nniek and I it the J. J). In- j died last week > arrangements ■ hear tram the MERIDIAN Meridian. Jan. 16 Fr mo Eakinsof Bois*- was a business visitor here yes terda y. James D. Robertson of Boise trans acted business here y ester« lay. Dr. H. F. Neal was a professional visitor to Lois«* yesterday. Ford Watts spent yesterday in Boise. Johnny McGill is reported ill. A local party consisting of Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gantt, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gar rett, the Misses llosker and Cramer anil Mrs Guy Remington and son, Km mitt, attended the rendition of "Daddy laongb gs" in Boise last night. in a game of basketball i.t the Rural high school last evening between the Seniors and the Freshmen the former won out by a Bcore of 25 to 3. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. L«ininger nr*» rapidly recovering from the Spanish influenza. ! - ! j HHHMfifr UH 1 STRIKE Twenty Employes of Potato Chips Factory Quit Jobs; De mand Nine-hour Day and $3 Scale. Meridian, Jan. iß.- A strike of the UI,,tn employed at the local potato j tbb)s factory oi the Idaho Products company is in force. 20 of the women |employed In the factory having de mnnded that their day's labor be re : to "Ine hours and their wages ! mcrensed lo J.: a day. I Heretofore 10 hours have constituted j a day's labor for which the. women have received $2.50. it is reported that at! |a conference held last night efforts' j made to adjust tnc differences failed, understood that a force of men ------ secured to operate the factory last night. J ' ,m,U!r>,lwu U iU u lürce UL men secured lo «U'crato the factory last n ' sht ' ,, D « C M idd A il I lur- roAii Unut U n D rt I. L-llst iHUiVl MA MPA T9 CfV IP TAMIN C NhIVIKA iU rUUK lUWNb --- j Niim lo. Jan. 16.—An electric railroad line lnt <> the communities of Melba, ! Howmont atu j jjeer Flat from this city' 1 18 advocated by leading citizens of the ; clt V. who claim the present and future development of those communities jus i ufy su( ' 11 utility. They would also in ; | I clinJe Kuna, whereby a looj», involving a distance of 30 miles, would be made. It Is predicted that electricity will play an important part in the transportation [development of the state and particu larly in that <*f southern Idaho. NAMPA BOOM IS SEEN BY R. R. QUARTERS TRANSFER Nampa. Jan jtion of this r [passenger me I Line Railroad ( I fer to tliis oil: 16.—Through the crea y as headquarters for of the Oregon Short mpany and their trans from Huntington, Ore., this city assumes a new and important I I position as a railroad city of propor j lions, becoming as it does the division point of the railroad. NAMPA j i j Nampa, Jan. 16 -George Duval, Sr was a business visitor to Caldwell terday. Mrs. Asa Rider of Twin Falls is vis iting in the city. E. T\ Stephens looked after busi- ! ness int erests in Boise yesterday. - Judge F. A. 11 ail in transacted legal business in Caldwell yesterday. H. G. Monce of Nyssa, Ore., is a vis itor in the city today. Kdson Carr was a Caldwell visitor yesterda y. Miss t'jirron >'d!er was the guest of Boise friends today. Le«> li. M.irnn «* Boise was a visi tor in lh«^ city yesterday. B. G. Kicks « f Twin Falls looked af ter business interests in the city yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. J. \Y. Hardimnn of Castle creek are visiting in the city. William Waggner of Kuna trans acted business in the city yesterday. E. L Taylor of Bucatello is a busi ness visitor in the city. The birth of a son is reported t*> Mr. ) and Mrs. S. P. Morrow of White Knot) j who are visiting in the city with Mrs. Morrow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhardt. j - ■ ■■ ■ - USTICR I 1 Fs tick, Jan. 16. The F stick Baptist j church will resume regular services i [next Sunday. | The schools w ill open next Monday ! ! morning since there are no cases j influenza in this district so far as ; ; known. -Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Aldridge wish to thank their neighbors and friends for their kindness during their recent illness. Mrs. Ray Clark spent the week-end in Nampa at the Elm« r Shaver home. Word from George Aldridge is to the effect that he is in the convalescent * amp in France and hopes to be out soon. Francis McKee lias recovered from an attack of chickenpox. CALDWELL. Caldwell, Jan. 16.—Mrs. L. C. Knowl ton was the guest of Nampa friends yesterday. C. C. Painter, th< Middleton banker, transacted business in the city yester day. Karl W'ayland Bowman of Boise, the editor of the Golden Trail, was a busi ness visitor in Hie city yesterday. B. M. Holt, who Ifas been serving in an executive position in the. Red Cross in France the past year, returned home last evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Jackson enter tained at a dinner party last evening. John Magner of Boise looked after business interests in the city yesterday. O. 15. Dibble of Payette was a busi ness visitor in the city yesterday. Prof. Albert J. Tompkins of Boise was a visitor in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Snyder of McNeil, Neb., are visiting in tlu* city with their daughter, Mrs. A. T. Myers. Mr. Sny- ! der is a prominent business man of 1 McNeil. R. B. McCormick of the College of Idaho, was a Boise visitor yesterday, i was a Mr. and Mr McNeil, Neb., are visiting in the city with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Myers. Mrs. Morrison and Mrs. Myers .are sisters. 24 and 25 are the telephone numbers of The Capital News. tf George R. Morrison of CAT AT THE COLONIAL CAFE Tht Mott Popular ond Up-to-Dato Gift in Caldwoll. Fir ft Class Soda Fountain. LLOYD MARDEN A DICK HOFMAN a / NEW YORK STOCKS. r. Up 0:1 h : Ihtldw ,, 71 ! v«'*, up hem Sie« 1 R, 7 e. 1 t "I 1 1 : Mexican f*, trt I« , 1%; Marine jf.«rred !03 Mexican ! ' 11 < I -urn v;r dim \\ '-•> bf» up *ft in late whole oil sold well upward, made a > ' in '' s ' pr ' a<l Ul 1,Mt V," 1 ;" . .....l-'loui. 11 Mb- and I......... biilti.d si and second Liberty 4's I | ' mlvancc dim !.. proa privilege Great Into"' "'s % ,,r ! vl, r '...... ; " li - into 4 ,., s. i he stock market was gen erally irr gular at the close. United States Steel closed up % at 92 V»; Mexican Petroleum 1S1 Bethlehem Steel B, 57 ^ Northern 36L, off M off _J - ' fl pAT«I viuÄlri . Chicago. Jan. 16- Mixed t radln- r»re vailed throughout the session InVrafn futur«» on the Chicago board of trade today. Contrary to expectations, prices showed only moderate d,—' (lines at the outset. Announcement liy ,ho food administration that stocks! of wheat will be sold to miller,: was construed as bearish. Prices gained strength near the end of the session, Provisions were higher. January corn, down 1'i at t 1 - opening, 1»ß s s, Rained 2-V February «'pemiig off U, gained l -',. at *• 5l; ' r '' 11 Porn . unchanged at the opening, 131, lo lower at 127 f up. July corn, opening, was 1 •"> January oats s lo higher. May corn, 4. the opening, was 2c off 1 v K at 126, the i higher. unchanged at t lie ] opening, 66 Th, gained * H . February oats, ' s higher at the opening, t»7 1 < was later up March oats, un changed at 67';.-. the opening, gained 1's. May oats, opining at last closing price, 67",. was r ' H belter. July «ats, opening late at 6434 , up f 8 , subse quently gained •%. LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO. ( hif'MRn, Jan. 16 iious Tlor.'ipts, .Market, slcady. Hutciiers, lT.r.otr packinR. HLfiiKà 17.41*; lisht, 16.17.50; IÛES, 14.7C(?> 1C; rotiRhs, 16(1, 16.30. Cattle - Receipts. 13,000. [steady, higher. Beeves, 0. butchers and Stockers, 7 . cannera and outers, 6.405/ 7.2 ers and feeders. 8 fq lt; cow 14.50; calves, 15.50^10. i'hccp — Receipts, 20,000. Market, steady and higher. Wool lambs, 11 . 304 / 16.73; ewes, 0® 11. Me rket, 4, 18.S3; stock 7.23# OMAHA. South Omaha, Jan. 16—Cattle- Re ceipts, 4200. IMaiket strong to 10c higher. 'Steers, 12.75 o 18.50; cows and heif. rs, 6.75^ 11; stock.irs and feeder*. 7#l.r».50; calves, 7.504/13.30; bulls and stags, 8.75/fi 11. Hogs Receipts, 17,500. Market, steady to 10c lower. Bulk of sales. 174/ 17.25; top, 17.50. Sheep — Receopts, 13,000. Market steady to strong. Yearlings, On 13.25; wethers, 8.5011.50; Jambs, 13(^15.50; ewes, Ctgll. J0 ...» 1 * f,i Uh50; common to fair steerg choice cows and heifers, 10.506/ to good cows and heiler.» runners, 4 r a 5 ; bulls, 6.506/ 8.50; ;9(îî13.50; Stockers and feeders, Hogs—Receipts, 742; tone of i PORTLAND. Portland, Jan. 16 . -Cattb --Receipts, 153; tone of market, steu*B . ]>rime .steers. 13 fa 14; good to cl:«.i*•- steers, 11.50fi 12.50 ; medium to good steers, fair to me«iium steers, 9.50 7 @ $ ; calves, prime light, 16.5i 16 16.; m. lower; heavy, bulk, 13.504/14.50. Sheep—- Receipt* ket, strong: prim of'valley lambs. 11.50 1 He 11.30; wethers, a rket, 16.80; prime pigs, 14. 1388; lamb; POTATOES. Chicago, Jan. 16—l*ot.a Wisconsin and Minnesota »es 15 cars. 1 .So u 1.90. PRODUCE. NEW YORK. New York, Jan. 16 Flour Quiet. Pork—Quiet; mess. 50.00. Lard—Steady; middle w< st, sp< 4.15p 24.25. Sugar Quiet; centrifugal, ! quiet; cut loaf, test. powdered, crushed, 1 lat**d, 9.00. Coffee Bio No. 7. on the sj; Tallow Weak ; city, loR ; 11 . Hay—Firmer: prime, No. 1, 1.80; No. 3. 1*35 (<i 1.50. Clover—1.304/ 1.65. grnnu 70 m LOCAL MARKETS. product .*ube bul The wholesale prit paid by the dealer for tl quoted, except on creamery, ter and cheese. Livestock and Poultry. Steers, per cwt............... Choice hogs, per cwt...... Medium hogs ............ Heavy hogs .............. Mutton, per lb., lve weight Hens, per lb............... Ducks, live weight, per lb........ Geese, live weight, per lb........ Turkeys, live weight, r/tr lb........23c Dressed turkeys, lb.................36c Spring chickens, lb............22<i/25c Wholesale quotations by Mutual Creamery Co.: are tlie prices • ____ SSifî 10 .»15*15.50 .114.50 îiilô .....$14.00 ----9(b'lflc , .ISc Butter fat, per lb.............. ....65c .Milk for butter fat. p« r lb..........so«* I Creamery butter, per lh............65c Cheese, per lb.....................36c Cube butter, per lb.................64c Fresh ranch eggs, per case......$19.50 Retail Prices. Beets, per bunch .....).........12'ac Carrots, per bunch ..............12'^c New Onions, per lb..................4c Lettuce, per head ......15c, 2 for 25c Parsnips/ per lb....................3c Celery, per bunch .............5v/ l0c Green onions, per bunch............>c Radishes .......................10c New cabbage, per lb............5c@6c Rutabaga turnips, lb...... J'yt aine», lu lbs........... Squash, per lb............ i ibuloes, pri cwt......... storage tggs, per do/...... 1 lish per do/....... Creamery butter, per lb... I ta neb butter, per lb ...... iattain Hour, J4 lbs...... H .ca wheat, »-lb. sa r,____ I»iteKwheat, l m- i . 2 Va c • $2.UQ .60c'tt65c •... $ l.uO • J l *our, 1U it>c Hour, lu lbs........ iauie brau, 1U ib.s....... \\ hole wheat Hour, U-lb. Graham flour, D-lb. sack HJ lui 1 tul le (I flu lu lbs........... Corn meal. 24 lbs........... high pa tom, per tk-iU sac| . ........ R | fl . Kastern lard, FRUITS box ........ POULTRY. Hens, per pound ........ Roasting chickens, per lb. L.Li'LtZ'îù-lb! p, I" 1 ' 1 ' ô'à 3.5 Ü -. l2Lc Apples, Spring fryers, per lb..............40c H Micks, per lb.....................^) c Regular hams, per lb............42c Kabblts - P*r lb................35c LOCAL CURED MEATS. ,teco »* l ,er R '- l»' strip.............60c R«WU*«U" hams, per lb..............»8e Sliced hams, per lb.................5»c Picnic hums, p*c i- lb.................20c FISH [Salmon trout, per lb...............35c Salmon, per lb.....................35c j------------ rs --rf— j------------ rs --rf— TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY CALL that man Hick when soiling furniture. He ha^ a machine and will call promptly. Standard L\x cimngo store. 12th and Main. Fliono Shk. ,i tr 7 Hid wonderful Howard ovci draft heater; twice the heat with half the fuel. Radiates the heat to the floor, no heater made that will keep fire any longer. TUL COMPANY STORK 906-908 Idaho So. U tf WHEN you want to sell your furni ture call 745W. tl tf !, DAY REALTY CO. j New location, JOO!) .Main. List your; farms and city property with us. tltrj COTC'll «'"Hie pups, registered stock; ; lino hr, (1 tlirmigh Antield Model, Ormskirk Artist and Morgan Laddie. Call C1R3. Charles C. Sherman, Boise, Idaho. tl.Iol BUY your next order from the Blue 1* ront grocery, G 28 Main. Ötubblefiel.1 I and Duncan. 'Telephone 1408-W'. Open evenings. Deliver to any part!Free. of the city. tl Janl7o j WANTED Experienced and compe tent farmer as foreman for irri gated stock ranch, with or without teams or other equipment: wife must be good housekeeper and board «•flier hired help. Address Farm Foreman, Box 1368. Boise. J22 « *11 SALE—; Malheur fresh. Bo U acres of d< ounty, Oregi vs and hidf. H Yale, Ore. I'l'H SALK OH TRADE—One Auit m.iii-Taylm- 3016a Raw tractor anrt 14-l'ottom Emerson disc plow; will ircdc for horses or calti". Walter Batzei, l'ayetto, Ida., R. it. No. 3 . J22c STE.Vl 'GRAI'IIY, HOOKKEEFING. Idaho C'onitflercial Golloye. Plione 2536—2590. DO 1 OI want to become a salesman and earn J200 to Î300 a month sell ing <stahlishcd line to farmers? Konstant demand, permanent job for r ( tc tj t man, farm ( r;'.r i t;a pro-! ferrod. Sclllna experience not nec essary. A\ ill train you if otherwise [ qualified. Stale age and qualiflca-j tiens you possess, itox 2431 Capital ' Newt J22c HERE ARE BARGAINS. 30 acres raw land one mile from Main street. Caldwell, near College of lda ho. Adventist college. Small house ami barn, running water year round; will make an ideal dairy ranch. On ear line and Cleveland Rlvd. $135 i* r acn*. $1000 down three years be F r«- another payment. For a short time will put in one team, one har ness and wagon, 3 cows, good ones, on«' calf. Here is a chance for the man that wants to speculator build up a home. » at res near Roswell; 20 acres in alf alfa, rest grain land. Nice modern bungalow, good furnace, electric lights and power for pumping, elec tric pump, hot and cold water. An ideal home with all the conveni ence of the city; no better soil,large barn. Price only $29,000, terms can't ho beat. $4000 down, balance, $1000 per year, 7 per ednt. acres. 4 miles Caldwell. Good build ings, good soil, near school. Price $10,009. For a short time will put in the following with place: 1 t< rn, 1 • harness, 1 luiy wagon, 1 mower, 1 rake, 1 eoregator. 1 disk. H. K. Smith. Caldwell, Idaho., office phone 409. Residence 775. Postoffiee Box 463. tr I f GOOD suburban grocery to sell cheap; will lease building cheap or sell to tiie purchaser of stock. Also Interur ban grocery; fine trade to sell rea sonable. Also good grocery or com missary near center of city to sell at reasonable price and reasonable terms. Medium sized hotel in good ( location to sell cheap one-third cash, j balance can be made out of place. I SCHOOL Kit STARLING AGENCY I Overland Bldg., Boise, Ida. tl J22 ! OR SALK I still have some good rabbits, some pedigreed stock, cheap. Edward Dunning, Lincoln school, corner 40th and Idaho. J22o FOR SALE CHEAP—Five-room house corner lot, nice shade, garden spot, small fruit, good barn, wood, coal shed and toilet combined; sewer Paid, sidewalks, two-thirds paid. Clear from incumbrance. $1100 cash. Must be for cash. Call 1805 N. 12th. TRY A WANT AD St TENTS of AM Daicription* manu factured to your order. W specialize on all kinds o auto tents, camp turn! ture, American flags, Serv Ice flags. PIONEER TENT & AWNING CO. Sixth anc Main Sts. Phono 9Ë6-W. BUY W. S. 8. MEN'S PRIVATE AILMENTS SUCCESSFULLY TREATED W c ('n't' fully pi]ui|iped lo gi'o you the most thorough and jiaiuless treatnient of diseases with which men suffer, and our results speak for themselves. We have treated and cured numerous cases of Private disease, alrielure, sypldis, blood and skin diseases, Bladder and Kidney troubles. Nervous. Sexual weakness, Varicocele, Biles and Fistula, during the past year, some of whom were us complicated and as lung standing its yours. THE IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, Odd Fellows' Bldg.. Boise, Ida. Cor 9th and Idaho Sts. Entrance 905|/i Idaho St. !, j To the man with moderate means— Use Hawks' Ventilating Gas Ra diator. Fuel only burned when heat la needed; small initial outlay; heat instantly available day or night; all at the touch of a match. Boise Gas. Light &: Coke Co. 211 N. 10th. B. # W. S. S. help win the war. ; J. M. THISSEN DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC. Consultation and Analysis Free. 207-8 Yates Bldg. Cor. 9th and Mai" Phone 427-J. A. E. LIND CHIROPRACTOR I Not Medicine, not Surgery, not Oste jopathy. Consultation and ■ Analysis part!Free. j 624 Overland Bldg Phone 119. Boise, Idaho. Boise Broom factory Home Industry. Prices—-90c. $1.00, $1.10, $1.20, CAMP & SON Phone 496J $1.25. TME IDAN-HA LEADING HOTEL OF BOISK Euro penn Flan. in th^ conter of everything. Commercial ami Stockgrower* Haaticuirttrt. FIRST-CLASS JiNINC ROOM Rates, without bath, $1.00 up V/ith bath, $1.56 up. IDANHA HOTEL CO, Prop. [ ' I I | HOTEL GRAND BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL. Co'.nmerclai Uen'a Hcaaquartors — Most Attractive Lc .oy in ttie State. FRANK BLACKîNGER, PROP. Strictly Modern. Popular Pries THE BRISTOL. Boise's Popular Notai. Now end Str ! ctl> Modern. ' POPULAH PRICES. DP. H. A. GALLEGLY. Pacific National Bank MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE EYSTEM. CAPITAL $300,000.00 ( j I I ! Talking Machine» Rasy Term» Buy them now; start the payments in January. Coiumbies. Sonoras and Cheney» WILLIAM KRULL MUSIC HOUSE FRY & SUMMERS CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBLAMERS. Faultless Servioe. Private Ambulance. Csrefui Attendants. PHONE »76, DAY AND NIGHT. ..... Second Hand Goods of all kinds bought. Highs, t prie* paid. Call Phon* 301-J. , , . , „ People s r urnit re atore 1018 Main Straet. In the evening is best time to read. IN EFFECT DEC. 1. 1918 Intorurban Tim« Table Boise Vaiiey Traction Company NORTHERN DIVISION Lv. Boise for Eagle, Star, Middleton And Caldwell—7:00, 9:00, 11:00 «a. in.; 1:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 7:00, 0: 00, 11:00 p. m. Lv. Boise for Duncan—8:00 a. m. and 6:10 p. m. Lv. Duncan for Boise—8:25 a. m. tnd 0:35 p. m. SOUTHERN DIVISION. Lv. lioi.se for Meridian, Nampa and Caldwell—6:^0, 8:00, 10:00, 12:00 a. m.; 2:00. 4:U0, 5:00, 6:00, 8:00, 10 : 00 , * 11:00 p. m. * To Nampa only. Lv. Boise for McDermott—6:30, 10:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. Lv. McDermott for Boise— 8 : 05 , 10:55 a. m. and 5:55 p. m. Schedule subject to change with out notice. "BLAKES INCLINE SAVES YOU MONEY." AS YOU GO UP PRICES GO DOWN. EVEESHARP PENCIL $1.00. $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. J. T. LAUGHLINSC2 f.'AIN ST. rTa ? HAU MARK j Store Emmett Auto Stage Offita: 112 N. 1 w.lfth. 12-PASSiENGER CADILLAC. Daily Scheoula: Ltsva Boita ..............8:15 a.m. And ......................4:30 p. rr.. TRASK BROTHERS. AUTO STAGE LINES. Phone No. 2. Cffice: 112 N. 12th St. SCHREIBER —AND— SIDENFADEN UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 4 Finest Undertaking Estab* Bshment and Funeral Chapel in tha State Private Ambulance, •oa-an aniwo h 8 l piimm na bxa HOOD AND RADSATOR COVERS for all makes of cars. Plate Glass Auto Windows, Top W ork and Upholstering of all descriptions. Pioneer Tent & Awning Co. Trimming Department. 5.T2-524 Main St., Boise. Idaho. Phone 986W. Jenkins Furniture 11th and Main Sti. Ph«n« 5591 Two Latest Song Hit* the rose of no man s land —and— IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO BE SORRY. WISE PIANO HOUSE 807-809 Idaho Street.