Prof. E. H. Lindley Says Inves
tigation Shows That Food
Supply Cannot Be Gotten
Back to Normal in Long Time
F\ H. Lindley, president of the Uni
versity of Idaho ;it Moscow, is in the
city for a short visit with educators
here, on his way to Moscow after at
tending: the annual meeting of the;
land grant colleges at Baltimore, Mil.,
Jan. 7 to 10. President Lindl. y also
visited Washington and attended two'
meetings in Chicago -one the As.su« ia
tion for University Extension, held
Jan. 13 to 15. the other a meeting of
college presidents to consider the S. A.
T. C. which was held on Jan. 17. L.
\V. Uluhnrty. director of university ex
tension: .Mas Amy Kelly, leader in
home economies, and E. .1. hidings,'
dean of agriculture, all of tin- Pnivcr
sity of Idaho, attended tin r.iltimoie
"The meeting at Baltimore developed
nianj important matters." said Pro-*
lessor Lindley, "principally the report
of the committer s< i,t . br<vid hy the
department of agriculture to stud.v ag
ricultural conditions there and pros
pects. Their conclusion is that food
juices will remain high for consid
erable tine -perhaps several year:
owing to the fact that the food supply
« annul he gotten hack to normal.
Kngland v. ill ro^.oci Praneo with ct
th . Por tie firs: tan* Ann ii an st< m• 1-.
•ds in P
vers it y
M eint ion
imply la -
n of the fannerj
V, «' ;;)•(■ 1,1 mu in - :
retain on them a ;
f nan. In other
i nt return of the ;
dt \. lupin- n, of n
and fanning I
1 must get in '
>>d fort une to
1 tod with thci
1 ' mon
t he pc.
art Invent <
he work t ■
hie. ft. :
,t < 'a Ida in
in the !
1 • ; '
%y JACK KEENE
Bill Gleason 1 Urol >».- ; ■. a a
plain in the St. I.« dopa
ment, once a
old U row II< of
the 'Sets nii.i i
' Uh.: 1 1
in a remlnise
the other day,
and told ? « «a.
of other days.
when tin moi
baseball -the «
»1« I Browns v.
Ing 'em all.
fanning b« c
he tt, c.
some lights on tin* rare, i ..i
ho won the
league flag tor
in IKk 4 had
team and one
that was full
1 einem be
If a hitter gut m
qneiitlv caught him
almost as good
picking 'em off tho
10 used a balk n
than I'M Walsh'.'
Big Mouse' used to
for Fielder Jones.
. Radbourne fre
napping. He was
Matty Kilruy at
"Irwin and Carroll were clever hunt
ers and kept the opposition guessing,
although to bunt in those days was
Considered a 'baby a. t
"Gilligan, after he would citch two
strikes, would cover the plate from
the umpire's view by stooping almost
over it. When the n \* hall cam®
over, whether it was a strike
he would snap the hall to the
«top or second baseman.
"The umpire generally sar
'Three strikes!' just as I n m l was ap
parently putting th«- hall on the inn
rer. That fellow was a wondci at
bluffing a putout. and g«.t credit for
tots of outs he never mad®.
"Providence worked « very angle
nnd used their heads from the minute
the batter came t<* the plate. He had
to outguess Radbourne to get on, and
then fight a battle with him if he. took
tin inch off first. A* second, if he
tried to steal, it was almost a eim h
he would be culled out on account «»1
Farrell's marvelous ability for faking
(the 'touch.* If he went t « ► third, he
(had to cut around the third baseman
land shortstop, who wei
"You sure earned a
got it off Radbourne."
always in the
run when you
Pete Compton, who finished the 1918
season with the Giants, led the Ameri
Mutt and Jeff
Jeff Was Entitled to the "Very East Job,'
and He Got It.
(Copyright, ms, by H. C. Fisher)
Trade Mark lieg. U. S. Pat. Oft.
By BUD FISHER
f~\\\y s comv>amV cf soubieti*
i'M IM CHAIPGC CF I» THE
LIMIT TOR LiMtlAje'-S., B^T
T've Hit uPom a that
V think pjill cuiec THEM.
OF THEIR UA2V r -
V Habits, 1 . r
MCM,I HAVE A VERY \
EASy J0<X TO-DAY FOtE. )
THE LAZIEST MAM IM THE
COMPANY. WILL THE LAZIEST /
mam ltep forward /
) TWO VEP5 ? j
WHV DiDMT you \
STEP TO THE
je F F r
/ 50 ME JOB
FIRST IDAHO "MILLIONAIRE LEGISLATURE" WAS
CENTER OF A SEVERE LAGRIPPE ATTACK IN 1891
Not at all. I
ging under j
rd from Russia
the members» of
t are, which imp
s en* d in Boise.
I t empor
of the east. From
n th. v.- st and south,
lie two first winter
i cache-1 Idaho, seri
wiih the duties of
he first state legisla
rtant body was eon
iie capital of the nc»v
STATE BUT SIX MONTHS OLD.
Ida ln> had cntei
red the 1 'nion only six 1
Months before, o
ai the fourth of July, ;
light tho young state j
■ad emerged to«
. soon from its terri- j
ot ial chrysalis,
and. had "la grippe":
ancle its appeal
■a lie«- a \ <\a.r earlier. 1
he brain stupel \
ing affect of the cpi- ;
! ho spnllSO
natcrinl, ami une to the
equipped with health.
im« title as it
a .-•uinably he
eipal place >f i
ith blew out the
id««! in sackcloth or its
pped in voluminous f «
T necks, a modifie' f i » i *
i (he sen
« a Pla in Jose ph Do Lan
r (of the
a». Ida lip's Monte < 'in
tlei ful fur lined and
taelm of the legislature, and which
veloped him like the rumor of his
eat wealth, the latter a substantial
et to this day.
SENATORIAL FIGHT STAYED.
sesri.-u > Idaho's legislature the great
battle 1 er the United b t :«-s senator
-'hi ! 4 staged b-hv-eei i Maggett of
the "panhandle' and Dubois of Ding*
ham. The balloting continued f</
days. The "gray eagle of the north"'
swept down upon his southern oppo
nent w ith not only l .s own grim force
of keen political acumen and long ex
peri- nee in maneuvering human chess
linen, hut was loyally aided by the ad
dit ional power of y out!
the form of two of the
liest girls that ever ad(
room. One was his ow
ml beauty in j
.»•«■test, love- j
®d a draw ing j
can association in hatting through the
brief campaign waged by that organ
ization last summer, official averages,
just out. show. Compton, playing with
Louisville, took part in only 15 games
and smote tho pellet at a .390 clip.
Wheeler .Johnston, th«" veteran first
sacker. who was re railed by Cleveland,
hit .37 4 in 51 games with Milwaukee,
and Bruno Retz- I. who of late years
has divided his time fairly evenly be
tween St. Louis and Indianapolis,
compiled an a vi rage of .366 in 18
L aim ; with th« Hoosicis. Because of
Mho abbreviated season, the association
(teams playing only half of their sched
uled number of games, it is difficult
to pica <»ut a re; » 1 hatting champion,
< »f tho <■ who played in two-thirds of
the games placed by their teams, Carl
< 'ash," 11 .»f Minneapolis had the best
a vci a • « . reaching a mark of .346 in 52
J. \ Kirke, who came to the Giants
late in the summer, fell below the .300
mark in batting last season for the
first time in his diamond career, hit
ting only ,27 3 wnii Louisville. Na
poleon Lajoie hung up an average of
A golf ®nthu: i.ist estimates that the
number of golf hulls sold this year
total J2.000,000. At un average price
of 50 cents f , h, this would mean an
expenditure of $9,600,000.
Boston curlers will send a team to
participate in th® International con
tests for the Gordon medal. The bon
splel will be held in Montreal this
(; ,ilv t<*
thor his niece ft
circles of Washington, I >. D.
Dubois, young, alert, with the In
herited French tendencies which make
for victory, fenced admirably. Both
were too intent upon the political
re playing so dramati
even a brain cell open
for a germ to nest in. I P cry atom of
vitality was concentrated upon the
contest they waged so cleverly. The
galleries and lobbies were thronged
each day with members of the third
house, using their persuasive powers,
to in! !uincc pm > min 1 j i lends in favor
WuMtiifsa tu Ontills
DOTTY'S TRIP TO DRF.AMI-AND.
OTT Y was so restless she just
couldn't go to sleep.
"I wish I could go to Dream
land." she fllghed. rubbing her eyes. The
light In th* room semed to grew
brighter and brighter, and Dotty peeped
rut from under her covers to find the
moonlight streaming In through the
window. It looked like a wonderful
silver river tumbling Into the coverlet
lake spread before lier.
"Why. isn't that funny!'* she laughed,
dipping her hand into cover. "I'm
not in bed at all, but on th® scores of a
• eautiful silver lake." Dotty laughed
ns th® waters washed over her bnre feat.
"It's m really true lake'" eh® exclaimed.
Down near tho other aid® of the shore
Dotty aaw a tiny rpeck gliding over the
foam, and when it. drew nearer Dotty
discovered that it was a tiny boat with
«liver calls. Queer littl® elfins with pale
gray caps peeked over the rail and
beckoned to her.
"Hello. Dotty," they cried in one
voice. "Was that you wishing you
might visit Dreamland?"
Dotty laughed and nodded her curly
"I always love to visit Dreamland."
she replied. "But. dear me. I'm much
too Mar to rid® In your pretty dream
"We'll P«® about that," Iaughod one of
the elfins, and singing something under
Ms breftth he waved a basket over
Dotty a foot, for you muet know these
Dream Eiflna and dream boat were ever
and ever so tiny.
Dotty began to grow smaller and
smaller until at last ßh® was so very
tiny she could climb upon the dream
boat without even hitting her hf-ad on
the «all. Away they drifted until they
reached the shores of Dreamland, where
the boot glided on to the sands.
Hundreds of tiny elfins, all dressed in
soit, gray and silver, hurried hack and
forth on the shore gathering sand In
liny baskets they carried on their arm.
A Tiny Dream Boat with Silver
"They're gathering eleepy sand fo
Mr. Sandman," whiBpvred one of th»
•linn, who seemed to be the leader o'
the band. ' And yonder la hie cattle
But if I take you over there yoi
mustn't make a sound, for Mr. Sandmar.
might bo angry, because you're not a
homo and In bed. He always likes tc
have pttlo folks in bed early, so svhrr
he arrivée with his aloepy sand they'l
drop right off to sleep. Early to her
and eariy to rise make little folk;
healthy and wise Bo be very quiet, re
Dotty promised, iuid up the sand}
shore they went toward the Sandman *
cartlt. Everything would have baen aP
right but a spHghtly little elfln, spym*
I 'otty, threw a few grains of sand intc
her pocket, and. dear me. without th*
least bit of warning Dotty sneezed verj
loudly and sent tho dream elfins anf
their baskets of sand Into the water.
Down, down Dotty tumbled until a:
laat »ha landed aate m her little beC
"Oh. dear.** she la ugh ed, "I do wl*l>
hadn't sneeneri. N'ifc time I go to
Dreamland I'll havo Ä. Dream Elflr
ceep me from sneezing." With a happy
sigh Dotty nestled down into her pUlawi
»ml was seen sound aalsagb
of one or the other long before the
DUBOIS THE VICTOR.
W\ K. Borah, now United States sen -
ator, watched quietly, learning his
lessons from the dally fight as it went
on and the minor skirmishing on the
outposts, lie was a student and his
time was coining. Then suddenly one
day the balloting was ended and Fred
T. Dubois entered the arena of Wash
ing congressional contests lo do battle
Whether that French Apache, "Pa
Grippe." followed him there and was
again foiled is not recorded. But it
is certain it caught him this winter,
under its new name, "influenza." and
. , , . . .
t,m * ' Tv r-nKo.l Itself for having had to j
wait such a length of time.
FOUND -First, class tractor and sta
tionary engine repair shop. Saxon
repairing a specialty. Jack Garside,
at the bat. Phone 4 5.'». J24
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st., a small black purse containing ,
key and change. Return key t <■» j
1119 X. Gth st. and receive rowa
I fl i
«OST— In IMeasaat Valley, 1 black
ni ire unbraiided and one gray mare
with spavin on left hind leg. Notify
Claud l' ih r. Kuna. Route 2. J23c
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In men; getting up frequently at
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WARRANT CALL—STATE OF
Notice is hereby given that, on and
after January 28th, 1 will pay. on pre
1 warrants against tin* state nf Idaho
I up to and including N<>. 47745.
JOHN W. EAGLESON,
: Adv. J27 State Treasurer.
COPY OF NOTICE.
I Notice is hereby given that the reg
j i.lar annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of The Daniel llaycs company of
j Idaho will he field at the office of the
said company in tho Idaho building in
the City of Boise, county of Ada, state
of Idaho, on the 15th day of February,
1919, at 10 o'clock n. m. for the purpose
among other things, of electing direc
tors for said company and for th® pur
pose of transacting any other business
that may come before said meeting.
Dated January 15, 1919.
THE DANIEL HAYES COMPANY
By Louis F. Courtner, secretary.
The firm of Gencrenux A- Butler has
this day been dissolved, and nil no
counts now due should be paid t«* Mr.
H. E. Butler at 1»1 S. Eighth street.
The business will he continued at this
address by Dodge & Butler.— Adv. J22c
Jan. 15, 1919.
IN EFFECT DEC. 1. 1918
Interurban Tim« Table
Boise Valley Traction Company
Lv. Boise for Eagle, Star, Middleton
and Caldwell—7:00, 9:00, 11:00
a. m.; 1:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 7:00.
9:00. 11:00 p. m.
Lv. Boise for Duncan—8:00 a. m. and
6:10 p. in.
Lv. Duncan for Boîse —8:25 a. m.
and 6:35 p. m.
Lv. Boise for Meridian, Nampa and
Caldwell—6:30, 8:00, 10:00, 12:00
a. m.. 2:00, 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, 8.00,
10:00, *11:00 p. in.
• To Nampa only.
Lv. Boise for McDermott—6:30,
10:00 u. 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
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WANTED Improved farm lu Boise
valley. Owners only. I*. O. Box 1308,
Boise, Idaho. H
HOUSE for rent on bench, across 9th 1
street bridge, South Boise. Apply at j
Capital Dumber Co., Ill X. 15th.
RAW furs—For best prices bring or
send to Jerry Cohn, 360 Golden Rule
Bldg. SUn-Mon-Wed. tf
A good work horse, about i
Call 2238-J. J22 j
WANTED—A good work horse ,about
1300 lbs. Call 2238-J. J26c
WANTED- Thoroughbred brown leg
bom rooster, about a year old. '
Phone 2322-J. Jan.22c I
FORCED to sell at a low price, one ;
good driving horse, buggy and har- ;
ness. Call 1415 K. Bannock St. J22 !
MACHINES repaired, nil
id work guaranteed; some.
used machines cheap, in
three Singers; machines j
rented and exchanged. Singer Sew
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WANTED—A Catholio lady will give'
room and board for company. 2466. !
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PRUNING dune by experienced man;
young orchards a specialty. Phone
purchase, dry cows,
young stock, calves. G. G. Brink, 1105 j
Franklin st., Boise. Phone 1575-M.j
BUY WHERE your doll r has more!
cents. Furniture, rugs, stoves and
ranges. The Company Store, 906- ;
908 Idaho Street. tf
\yE pay the highest price In cash or
trade lor used furniture.
THE JENKINS FURNITURE CO.,
fcjt. Goods bought.
VYT1KN looking for
trades of any kind
FOR SALE—A few' bundles of clean ;
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suitable for under carpets, starting
fires, pantry shelves, etc.; 25c a bun- i
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WANTED Batteries to recharge and
repair; expert work; honest dealing, j
Prestolite service station, 902 Idaho 1
St. tf j
WANTED—Rabbit and other pet stock ,
breeders to know that Judge Gibson j
will not register any stock outside j
the show room at the pet stock and j
poultry show held in Caldwell, Feb. 4 j
to 6. Address your entries to J. \V. 1
Erwin, Caldwell, Ida. tf i
L'AN locate you good on 160 acres on
Sunn y side tract for $25. Call even
ings, 515 S. 15th st. J25
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power, for sale cheap. Just the
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COOKED stock feed for sale. Apply
Idaho Product» Co., Meridian, Ida. tf
OR SALE—Dining room suite, table,
6 chairs and china closet, a bargain
at $85. Jones Furniture Co., 706
Main St. tf
BIG reduction on winter hats. Any hat
for $2.50. Nelson Millinery, 212 N.
8th St. J24
1 DINING t ;» hi
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SAY you can buy meat right at 1110
Main St. Hoynes Market. J23
CONSULT your doctor regarding the
food and medical values of good but
termilk. Then phone Stevenson, "the
butterman," 2438-W. J25c
1 KITCHEN cabinet, cost new $60. Our
price $30. Th® Jenkins Furniture
Co., Exchange Dept. tf
golden oak finish, 48
ft. extension, Just like
gain. The Jenkins Fur
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FOR SALE Relinquishment with free
water cheap. Good stock ranch with
alfalfa free range and free water,
Address C. \V. Paris, Guffey, Idaho.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE
7 PASSENGER Chalmers car for sale
or trade. Phone 54. 118 N. 9th.
American Grocery. J23o
FOR SALE OR TRADE—For Boise
\ alley land of about equal value,
16o acres of wheat land in Big Bend
wheat belt. All plowed and ready
for crop this spring. Would prefer
something for dairying. Address Box
3 13. Nampa, Idaho. J-7
HAVE two good lots in Vale, Oregon,
to trade for a good Ford. Address
P .C. Curtis, Kuna, Ida. J27c
FOR SALE OR TRADE—400 acres of
timber land near Pngett creek, Boise
county. Call 20ST-W. J25
EXCELLENT DAIRY FOR SALE OR
97 acres In Ferndale, Whatcom county,
Washington; 45 acres under plow,
balance pasture; all fenced; will
pasture 20 head of cows; 8-room
house, two porches; water on porch;
cow barn 30x60; hay barn 54x76,
equipped for handling hay; oil other
necessary outbuildings; school on
farm; 4 ! - miles of Ferndale, a town
of 2000; has large milk eondensery
nnd creamery; go*«d roads and fine
climate. This property is priced for
quick sale at $10,500 or will exchange
for land in the vicinity of Nampa,
Idaho. Fred II. Davis, Nampa, Ida.
B. B. Bldg , upstairs. Phone 93. J25
FOR SALE or trade, two good mares.
Phone 29-J-3. J-25
FOR SALE OR TRADE—One Ault
man-Taylor 30-60 gas tractor and
14-hottom Emerson disc plow; will
trade for horses or cattle. Walter
Batzçl, Payette, Ida., R. R. No. 3.
FOR SAl.K—Two Fairfield Incubators,
1 coal burning brooder stove, or will
trade for chickens. Phone lô-R-3.
SO ACRES, TRADE.
SO acres, more than half in alfalfa,
balance for wheat, n very fine family
orchard, deep well of excellent wate-,
Nice new bungalow, good outbuild
ings, only about 4 miles from Cald
well, all the best of soil. ' This is a
beautiful home. Don't think that you
could duplicate It. The price is $225
per acre; will accept a home in
Caldwell, Nampa or Boise up to
$4000 as first payment, very easy
terms on balance.
HARGROVE & LEAVELL,
Caldwell, Idaho. tf
THK Boise Valley Grazing association
are out some 35 cattle, yearlings and
over, for the season of 1918. If you
have any stray cattle of any brand
In your herd, please notify by mail
or phone either of the following: J,
W. Brandt, Nampa, Idaho, A. Pol
lard, Star, Idaho; T. H. McDer
mott, Meridian, Idaho; Will Abbot,
Boise, Idaho jgj
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