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WILLNOTGODOWN
President Lindley of the Uni
versity of Idaho Makes Pre
diction After Eastern Con
ference.
CONTINUE AVIATION WORK
— *
Idaho's Leading Educational In
stitution Second to None in
the United States in Service
Rendered Food bureau.
"There will be no reduction in the
cost of farm products during the next
year." This was the information Dr.
K. H. ldndley, president of the Uni
versity of Idaho, brought back from
the nationul convention of land grant
colleges, held at Baltimore, to discuss
reconstruction problems. How the ag
ricultural college can help the farmer
and the relation of the state univer
sity to the problems of national recon
struction were other questions dis
cussed by the preseidents of all the
large colleges in the United*States.
"The department of agriculture has
recently sent a commission into the
countries of our allies to study condi
tions there. This commission reported
that the cost of farm products will
continue very high," said President
Lindley. "There is no reduction in
sight for at least a year."
The agricultural or land grant col
lege is the result of reconstruction
measures taken directly after the Civil
Mfur, according to the president, when
the nation faced a situation similar to
that before us today. Industry offered
high wages and comparatively short
hours. The farm boys were drawn to
the cities and legislators realized that
unless a nation has a good farming
population it is lost. Measures were
passed to form colleges, supported in
part by federal appropriations, to help
the farme<s to get the greatest returns
fur their expenditure of time or money.
The M:*t3 agricultural college has re
sulted.
"More than 50 per cent of the Idaho
farmers are college men, because of
thiu mover.iC; t." declared Preseident
Lindley, "and farming has grown into ,
the class of recognized industries."
That the University of Idaho ranks
second to none in the nation in the de- !
gree of the service rendered the food
bureau in increasing the production of
foods is il «* statement of the secre- ;
tary of agriculture, as reported by
President L:ndiey.
The department of agriculture real- '
ized t*iut the United States had, in her'
land grant «alleges, an organization
that could spread the gospel of in- !
creased war production better than any
organization *.n any other country. The
go »d word went out from Washington
and the farmers responded and gave
more than tu ice the amount asked.
.\ warning against relaxing our
idealism now that the war is over, was
issued by President Lindley. "Many
enemies are still with us,' he said,
"disease and poverty and social jus
tice. These cannot be cured by our
ignoring them. You cannot cure an in
fluenza patient by a club. You can
not cure Bolshevism by denunciation.
It is the duty and the privilege of
institutions of learning to face the
great questions of the day and send
out men and women who are pre
pared to take part in solving the big
problems that are lacing the world."
IN EFFECT DEC. 1. 1918
Intarurban Tim# Table
Boise Valley Traction Company
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lv. Boise for Eagle, Star. Middleton
and Caldwell—7:00. 9:00, 11:00
a. m.; 1:00. 3:00, 4:00, 6:00. 7:00.
9:00, 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.
and 6:35 p. m. ,
SOUTHERN DIVI8ION.
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. m.
• To Nampa only.
Lv. Boise for McDermott—6:80,
10:00 a. m. and 6:00 p. m.
Lv. McDermott for Bolaa—8:1)5.
10:66 a. m. and 5:65 p. m.
Schedule subject to change with
out notice.
Emmett Auto Stage
Offieei 112 N. Twelfth.
12-PASSENGER CADILLAC.
Dally Schedule:
Leave Boise ............SilB.a.m.
And .......................... p.m.
TRASK BROTHERS.
AUTO STAGE LINES.
Phene No. 2. Office: 112 N. 12th St.
Pacific
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15th Ave. and Front St.
NAMPA, IDAHO. PHONE 81
Dealers in Hides, Tallow,
Pelts, Wool and Furs.
Price list mailed to you upon request
Try us with a shipment.
WE BUY
Bonds
Title Notes
Sale Contracts
Unsecured Notes
Chattel Mortgages
Real Estate Mortgages
H. G. MYERS & CO.
423-425 Overand Bldg.
THE 1 DAN-HA
LEADING HOTEL OF BOISE.
European Plan.
In the cantar of svarythln«.
Commercial and 8tockgrowara
Hsadouirtsrs.
FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM
Rates, without bath, $1.00 up
With bath, «1.5C up.
tOANHA HOTEL CO.. Prop.
THE BRISTOL.
Boise'a Popular Hotel.
Naw and Strctl) Modern.
POPULAR PRICES.
DR. H. A. GALLEGLY.
HOTEL GRAND
BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL.
Commercial Ken's Headquarters—
Moat Attractive LcYoy In the State.
FRANK BLACKINGER, PROP.
Strictly Modern. Popular. Prices
AMERICAN CAFE
709 MAIN ST.
American and Chinese dishes. Noodles
and Chop-Suey our specialty. Mer
chants' Lunch, short orders. Music and
dancing. Open from 11 a. m. to 1 a. m.
_legal notice.
WARRANT CALL—STATE OF IDAHO
Notice Is hereby given that, on and
after Feb. IS, 191», I will pay on pre
sentation, all registered GENERAL
FUND Warrants against the State of
Idaho up to and including No. 01488.
JOHN AV. EAGLESON.
State Treasurer.
Feb. 8, 1919. Adv FI 8
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Evening Capital News
Published every afternoon and Sunday
morning at Boise, Idaho, by
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CO., LIMITED.
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CLASSIFIED AD R^ES.
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Minimum charge ..................... 15c
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HELP WANTED
Male
WANTED—A porter,
barber shop.
Owyhee Hotel
Fll
AVRITE Los Angeles T. M. C. A. Auto
School. Get started right. F28
JOB PRINTER WANTED—inquire at
job department of Capital News, tf
YOUNG MEN—16 and over, drstring
government Railway Mail Clerkships,
$92 month, write for free particulars
of examinations. J. E. Leonard (for
mer Civil Service Examiner , 1322
Kenois Building, Washington, D. C.
F10C
HELP WANTED
Female
GIRL wanted for general housework.
Mrs. J. P. Congdon, 1707 Ressigue.
Fit
AVANTED—AValtress and carver. Idan
ha cafeteria. F9
WANTED—Good cook at 1020 Frank
lin street: small family; good wages.
Call mornings. Fll
STENOGRAPHY, BOOKKEEPING.
Idaho Commercial College. Phone
. 2686—2590, F16
FOR RENT
Furnlthed Rooms_
FOR RENT—Sleeping room. 1213
Bannock. F16c
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with
bath privileges; convenient to busi
ness section. 1201 Grove, or phone
2663-R. tf
FOR RENT
Houses
-FOR RENT—Thirty-six room hotel,
with steam heat, well located, near
ly all rooms outside rooms. Only
responsible parties need apply.
References required. Idaho Products
company. tf
FOR RENT — 4-room unfurnished
house, with hath. No children. En
quire 432 S. 11th. F12c
FOR RENT
Housekeeping Rooms
FOR REN T —Light housekeeping
rooms; also one sleeping room. 816
N. 8th. F13C
FOR RENT
Country Property
* WE DO NOT ADVERTISE. *
♦ Our whole list. Nothing but ♦
* SPECIAL BARGAINS, and +
♦ THEY SELL. *
♦ Beautiful 80-acre farm: 40 alf- +
+ alfa. New York water fully paid. <fr
* Fine'terms to responsible man. «fr
* Take Boise home, acreage or <•
♦ liberty bonds. d
* Fine 20 acre tract, only 3 miles ♦
❖ from Boise. Bargain price. No ♦
■5- buildings. ♦
* YOU WILL LEARN TO WATCH *
♦ OUR ADS. +
«*> HIGH & FRITCHMAN CO. ..
♦ Main office, 9th and Main, Boise. *
* tf. ♦
WANTED—To rent 60 or 80 acres.
Captlal News Box 2494. Fllo
TO I.EASE for a term of years, 3
grain and alfalfa ranches, also a
good well imporved cattle ranch of
400 acres, woven wire fenced with
free range. Address D. G. Ruby,
Caldwell, Idaho. F15
WANTED—To rent 6 to 10-acre tract
with some pasture. Call 55-J-ll.
FlOc
SITUATIONS WANTED
RELIABLE girl desires to care for
children afternoons and evenings.
Thone 1916-J. I F15
MARRIED MAN WANTS steady po
sition on farm; age 30; preferably
place with house for family; refer
ences. Adress 297, care of Cap
ital News. F13C
YOUNG lady desires situation as
stenographer. Address Box 32, R.
F. D.. No. 1, Caldwell, Idaho, or
phone Caldwell 287-J-l. F13
WANTED
_ Miscellaneous
WE pay the highest price In cash or
trade for used furniture. Jenkins
Furniture Co. tf
WANTED—Bulck six, 5-passenger
touring car; must be in good condi
tion. State model and price. Address
Box 1215, Boise Idaho. Fll
WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—Watkins' dip and louse
killer, for lice, poultry tonic for eggs.
Phone 2326-W. F16
WANTED—A sorghum mill, 4 or 5 pigs
and summer pasture for 20 head of
cattle. Phone 9-R-l. Ftl
WANTED—Homesteaders' to locate
on Sunnyside tract, under govern
ment survey, locating by an old
Sunnyside resident, $26. Call even
ings, 515 So. 15th St. F14c
WANTED—Team of young mares,
weighing 1200-1300 lbs. each, must
be sound and true, name cash price,
give full description. Charles Porter,
Copperfield, Ore. Flic
BUY WHERE your dollar baa more
cents. Furniture, rugs, stovea and
ranges. The Company Store, 906
908 Idaho Street. tf
BEAL'S second-hand store, 618 Main
Çt. Goods bought, sold and ex
changed. tf
FOR SALE—Fertilizer, well rotted.
Phone 1663-J. FlOc
IDAHO NATIVE HERBS—Whitehead
Drug Co., Boise, Ida. tf
WANTED—Batteries to recharge and
repair; expert work; honest dealing.
Prestolite service station, 902 Idaho
St. tf
RAW furs—For best prices bring or
send to Jerry Cohn. 360 Golden Rule
Bldg. SUn-Mon-Wed.tf
BAD debts collected anywhere In the
United States. No collection, no
charge. Don't be without money
that Is due you. We furnish refer
ence and bond; write or call at once
for free plan. Do it now.
NATIONAL Cl.EDITORS ASSN.
245 Sonna Block, Boise. Ida. tf
WANTED—Model 90 Overland touring
car. P. O. Box 1250, Boise, Ida. F15
WANTED—To purchase strong hack.
Address P. C. Henne, Barber, Ida. Fll
WANTED—Hay chopping near Mc
Dermott. Call 63J2. F9c
WHEN looking for real estate or
trades of any kind see C. H. Bays.
Eagle, Idaho. tf
JOHN ARBUCKLE, 1213 State. Phone
1207-W. Interior and exterior paint
ing and tinting. M2
FOR 8ALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—Saw mill, timber and
land. Bargain. Terms. Carter, Mc
Carty bldg. F15
WE have a car of fancy eastern rice
popcorn, 12V4c pound. Badley's wa
gon, 10th and Main. M8
FOR SALE—Good R. T. mahogany
desk at 444 Yates bldg. $25. F13
FOR SALE—700 feet of lumber in 36
foot lengths. Call 863-M. F10
CALL JACK FOSTER. 1805-W for
loose hay. FI2
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
LIBERTY BONDS. ♦
ALL ISSUES BOUGHT AND ♦
SOLD. *
Keep your Liberty bonds If ♦
•> you can. If you must sell tljem +
♦ sell them to us. We pay New ♦
York market less small broker- ♦
age. Checks mailed out of town +
sellers day bonds are received. ♦
HIGH & FRITCHMAN CO., ♦
*9 9th and Main Sts. Boise, Idaho, ♦
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦*♦♦*♦*
FOR SALE—A few bundles of clean
old newspapers; 100 In a package;
suitable for under carpets, starting
fires, pantry shelves, etc.; 25c a bun
dle. Capital News office. tf
SHRIVER for bee supplies; will take
honey, bees or beeswax In ex
change for supplies. Write or
phone for price Hst. C. Shrlver,
Boise, Idaho.
Ml
FOR SALE—Rabbits; New Zealand
does, bred, $3 to $5; some fine bucks,
$2.50; young stock $5 per pair. Ad
dress Erwin, Caldwell, Idaho. Ml
FOR SALE—Singer sewing machine,
cost new, $75. Good condition. Will
sell reasonably. Phone 2013-W. F10
COOKED stock feed for sale. Apply
Idaho Products Co., Meridian, Ida- tf
1 DINING table, golden oak finish, 48
inch top 8 ft. extension. Just like
new .at a bargain. The Jenkins Fur
niture Co., Exchange Dept. tf
ONE heavy oak mission library table,
cost $40, will take $22.50; also 1
mission library table and writing
desk combined, cost $60, will take
$25. See Stamper, at Grave's Rea)
Estate office, or phone 686. F14
WILL cut In February, severtl acres
of black locust trees, sizes 3 In to
10 In., lengths as long as 25 ft., and
straight as an arrow. Order the size
you want and they will be cut. H.
W. Dorman, Caldwell. I.'.aho. F28
FOR SALE—A few bundles of clean
old newspapers, 100 In a package,
suitable for under carpents, starting
fires, pantry shelves, etc., 25c a bun
dle. Capital News. tf
1 GOLDEN oak buffet, good as nsw;
cost $50; our price $35. Jenkins Fur
niture Co., Exchange Dept. tf
CABBAGE CUTTER SIX KNIVES
Slices all vegetables rapidly; excellent
for potato chips; prepaid $1.00, three
for $2.00. Lusher Brothers, Elkhart,
Xnd. FlOc
FOR SALE—Loose bay, delivered.
Phone 1857J. tf
1 MOUND City malleable steel range,
4 lids and water front, good as new.
at a bargain. Jenkins Furniture Co.,
Exchange department. tf
FOR SALE—Boise Lumber Co. wood
delivered In your woodshed. Phone
2678-J. Feb21
In the evening is
best time to read.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
EXCHANGES.
DESIRABLE Improved 10-acre tract
to exchange for bungalow sot too tar
out • I ~
Neat well located 6-room bungalow,
modern, for irrigated land.
THE NEWHOUSE INVESTMENT CO.
211 Yates Bldg. Phone 707-W. <f
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Brick cot
tage, two lots on corner; easy terms.
Nampa, Idaho. Trade for farm land,
what have you? Phone 1Î38-W,
Boise, Idaho. FISC
FOR SALE OR TRADE— 120-acre
dairy farm: good Improvements; all
under cultivation; clover and timo
thy; 1>4 miles from Donnelly, Ida.,
and adjoining Roseberry, Idaho. Will
trade for Improved property of equal
value; cash price J6000. J. 8. Stred
der, Route 1, Emmett, Idaho. Flic
FOR SALE OR TRADE—6-room house
with good well and outbuildings;
fruit, chicken yard, garden, half aero
ground to the highest bidder; be
tween Garden avenue and street car
line on Fourth street, near Morris
Hill cemetery. W. J. Sage, P. O. Box
676, Boise. Fllo
FOR SALE or trade, Twin Indian in
good condition; will take Liberty
bond. Box 11, Sunnyside, Ida. FlOo
FOR 8ALE
Poultry and Poultry Supplies
FOR SALE—One Barred Rock, one
Buff Orpington cockerel; also seven
Rhode Island , Red pullets. Phone
2326 -W. Flo
FOR SALE—White Orprlngton and
White Leghorn eggs for hatching.
Phone 29-J-l. F15c
FOR SALE—Barred Rock cockerels.
Phone 1738-W. Fll
WANTED—Poultry. Will call for them.
Boise Poultry Co., Phone 209. F28
FOR SALE—Two Buff Orpington cock
erels. Phone 38-J-l. Fllo
EGOS for hatching—White Wyandotte
$2, $3 and $5; Buff Orpingtons, $2;
White Leghorn, $1.50. Sherman
Poultry Ranch, Call 61-R-8, Boise.
• Ml
S. C. WHITE LEGHORN EGGS for
hatching from select trapnested lay
ers. Awards at Boise show three
seasons. $2.00 a setting. $9.00 per
100. Chicks $9.00 per 50, $17.00 per
100. Archie M. Larson, R. F. D. No.
3, Welser. Idaho. Ml
WARRANT CALL—STATE OF
IDAHO.
Notice Is hereby given that, on and
after Feb. 11, 1919 I will pay, on pre
sentation. all registered general fund
warrants against the state of Idaho up
to and including No. 60177.
JOHN W. EAGLESON,
State Treasurer.
Adv. FU
In the evening is
best time to read.

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