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CION BILL GIVE*
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Investigating ' Committee Finds
Institution Under J. Fred
Williams Conducted in Ex
cellent Manner.
A clean bill Is given the Idaho In
dustrial Training school at St. An
thony under the management of J.
Fred Williams, former instructor lji
the Boise high school and business
agent of the state board of education,
by the special Investigating commit
tee of the legislature. Mention was
made of the report Wednesday. It is
In full as follows:
"The Idaho Industrial Training
school at St. Anthony was visited by
Senators Kerrlc.k, Pettibone and Rep
resentative Morgan on February 5th.
They report the rtnnmittee arrived un
announced Just at the lunch hour. Af
ter introducing themselves they were
given the freedom of the institution.
Every department and building was
thoroughly investigated. The children
were personally interviewed; atten
dants, guards and employes all were
met and conversed with.
GENERAL APPEARANCE GOOD.
"The general appearance of the
buildings, grounds, stock and busi
ness management of the institution
was reported to be very good. The
boys and girls are housed In very
kept buildings. The food is ample and
well prepared, clean and wholesome,
end provides an unusual variety for
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an institution of this soit. The meal
served at noon the day the committee
visited the institution consisted
canned salmon, gravy, mashed pota
toes, sauerkraut, sliced raw onions,
bread, milk peaches and pie. This is
a fair sample of their midday meal.
"The children's time is occupied by
manual labor and school work. They
are all divided in companies in such a
manner as to make it possible for
some companies to be In school while
others are doing the manual work of
the place. This system appears to be
very satisfactory and gives the child
ren opportunity to learn some manual
trade as well as continue their edu
cation.
"The boys are provided with a
greater variety of industrial training
than the girls. This, of course, can
not be helped as the training of the
boys and girls must be kept separate.
At the head of the various depart
ments are men and women who have
been with the institution some con
siderable time and they appear to have
the interest of the children at heart
and we believe they are .doing all in
. . .
their power to properly train and cor
rect the children. The boys are given
opportunity to do work in the follow
ing departments under the super
vision of an expert instructor; green
bouse, farm, dairy, machine shop,
carpenter shop, laundry, tailor shop,
paint shop, creamery, print shop and
blacksmith shop. This gives them
quite a complete training in an in
dustrial line that will help them very
materially when they lea.ve the insti
tution. The girls work is more par
ticularly domestic science, that
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household work, sewing, cooking and
hospital work.
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WANT SEGREGATION. I
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The school course for both boys j
and girls includes the grammar school j
„...I. the eighth grade Hen
work through tne eigntn giau . I
ifirate classes are conducted for the [
hoys and girls in their respective hall
There is no general mingling of the
children, except in their general as
sembly where they meet for Sunday
services and theatricals, and in the
dining room. Even here they nre
seated by themselves, but of course
Ithey mingle more or less together.
Everything is being done for the good
of the child that can be done under
'■the present conditions.
We do not believe, however, that the
llnstitution affords necessary' facilities
for properly housing the boys and
Iglrls. In our judgmegf they should
ijiot be permitted to mingle in any way.
IThe girls should have a separate and
Idlstinct building, or buildings, of their
jown, located at a sufficient distance I
Ifrom the present building to absolutely \
{Insure no mingling with the boys.
iThere should be sufficient buildings !
Ifor the housing of their instructors,
toielr separate dining rooln and kiteh
|en and their own living quarters. By
placing these buildings on the grounds
' f the present institution, but at some
istance from the present buildings,
he girls would continue to be supplied
{from the present farm and dairy; the
name administrative officers and
teachers would be sufficient for both
jglrls and boys, and the girls' labor
might be used in preparing some of
the food for the boys, such as canning
fruit and baking bread.
I "In an institution of this sort, which
Is rather for the correction of the chil
dren than for the punishment of their
crime, a great deal of good can be
done by personal and individual work
With the child. This seems almost Im
possible in this institution, because of
the large number of children, and the
tack of necessary instructors and at
tendants to deal with each individual,
It is Impossible to deal with either
boys or girls in a collective way and
get the good results that can be had
by dealing with each individual per
sonally. If some plan could be worked
out by the management of the school
whereby the children might get this
personal supervision, we believe it
would be a very good thing. It would
take, however, additional help.
RECOMMEND GIRL8' BUILDING.
"Our recommendation for this insti
tution Is as follows:
"We recommend the further devel
opment of the parole work with the as
sistance of home-finding societies,
benevolent Institutions and public
spirited citizens, ln Unding for the
boys and girls who have no homes or
whose borne conditions are unsatisfac
tory, suitable homes or places in which
they might work away from their old
environments, and that sufficient as
sistance be given the present parole
officers to enable them to keep In
Mutt and Jeff
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■loser touch with the boys and girls so |
placed. We would recommend that a |
c j^j 5 ,p na 0 f me town of St. Anthony be ■
,,, . , in conjunction with I
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tl,e superintendent .and parole officer |
paB8 0 al] c . iaea f or parole. It is the j
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to pass on all cases for parole. It is the I
intention of this recommendation to l
create a parole committee of five who
shall have authority to grant paroles.
We recommend that an appropria
tion of $50,000 in addition to the reg
ular appropriation for the maintenance
of the institution be made for the con
struction of suitable quarters for the
girls."
Tour auto licenses are past due. Call
at Assessor's office at once. VY. A.
Kincaid. Adv. tf.
I
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
........ H. Winslow, and First National
Bank of Meridian, a corporation, defend
ai V'rider and by virtue of an order of sale
issued out of the above entitled court on
a judgment and decree of foreclosure and
sale recovered in said court in the above
entit i ef i action, on the 8th day of Feb
In the District Court of the 1 Third Judt- i
for' Atia 1 County!*' 6 ' !
Bank of Eagle, Ltd., a corporation,
Sionroef* Cimrilf U. 3 Park" 0 ™ Et he" Ma? !
Parker, John C. Bowman, Emma D. Bow
1910, in favor of the above named
^ a r d ;V,antr d srmwrit reciting"the matt
■ -
rial parts of said judgment, duly attested
ion the 11th day of February, 1919, and to
!the sheriff of Ada County, Idaho, directed,
and to me, Emmitt Pfost, as such sheriff
delivered on the 11th day of February,
1919, for execution, commanding and re
quiring me as such sheriff to execute the
judgment by making the sale, applying
the proceeds thereof in conformity there
with in the manner prescribed by law.
and to execute such certificate and deed
to the purchaser or purchasers as by law
directed.
The premises directed by said order of
sale to be sold are described therein as
fo n owa to-wit:
The east half of the southeast quarter.
the southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter, and the southeast quarter of tnu
southwest quarter section 1, Township 1
North, Range 1 East B. M., together with
a11 and singular the tenements, heredila
me nts and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in any wise appertaining.
the
Notice is hereby given, that
IN EFFECT DEC. 1. 1918
Interurban Time Table
Boise Vslley Traction Company
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lv. Boise for Eagle. Star, Middleton
and Caldwell—7:00. 9:00, 11:00
a. rn.; 1:00, 3:00, 4:00, 6:00, 7:00,
9:00, 11:00 p. m.
Lv. BolBe 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 DIVISION.
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. ra.
• To Nampa only.
Lv. Boise for McDermott—5:30,
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.
BOOBS ABROAD IN 1919—The Boche Prisoners Are Too Busy Breaking Rock to See the J oke.
(Copyright, 1918, by E. A. RumleyJ,
By GOLDBERQ.

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LEGAL NOTICE.
in front of the county court house door in
Boise City, Ada County, Idaho, I wdl sell
at public auction sale all and singular
the ^ bove described property
thereof as may he sulficier
proceeds of said sale will pay the judg
so much
thereof as may tie sufficient; that the
J^t'as getaut "fil 8 said 7'7
(with interest, costs and expenses «>? saie,
Ho the highest bidder therefor in lawiul
money.
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Sheriff of Ada County. Idaho.
V Ö Mar 7
company, payable on or before the first
day of April, 1919. to Edna E. Leonard,
secretary ,at her residence on Foot Hill
road - Ada count >'' Idaho ' nnd that an >'
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS OF
THE BOISE VALLEY IRRIGATION
DITCH COMPANY.
Principal place of business at Boise,
Idaho. Notice is hereby given that at
a meeting of the directors of the above
named company, held on the 14th day
of
25 cents per share was levied upon j
the capital stock of the above named
February, 1910, an assessment of j
as levied unnn I
stock upon which the said assessment
remains unpaid on the said first day
of April, 1919, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment is made before
will be sold on the 15th day of May,
1919, to pay the delinquent assessment,
together with the cost of advertising
and expenses of sale. Edna E. Leonard,
secretary, K. D. No. 3, Foot Hill road,
Ada county, Idaho. Telephone 85-R-l.
—Adv. Ml
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF
TIME APPOINTED FOR PROV
ING WILL, ETC.
In the Probate court of Ada county,
state of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of Nick
P. Alexander, deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said court,
made on the 17th day of February,
1919, notice is hereby given that Fri
day, the 28th day of February, 1919,
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the
court room of said court, at the court
house In the county of Ada, has been
appointed as the time and place for
proving the will of said Nick P. Alex
ander, deceased, and for hearing ihe
application of Alexandra Alexander for
the issuance to her of letters of admin
istration, when and where any person
Interested may appear and contest thc
sume.
Dated, February 17, 1919.
D. T. MILLER.
(Seal.) Clerk. F27
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Boise Artesian Hot &
Cold Water company will be held at
the office of the company. 621-23 Idaho
street, Boise, Idaho, on Monday, Feb
ruary 24th, 1919, at 10:00 o'clock a. m„
for tlie purpose of electing a board of
directors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the meet
ing. T. REGAN.
President.
Boise, Idaho, February 10th, 1919.
Attest: B. S. HOWE, Secretary. F23
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HELP WANTED
JMale
HELP WANTED—First-class automo
bile mechanic; must give reference;
salary from $150 to $250 per month.
M. & M. Garage, Emmett, Ida. F22
WANTED—Experienced shop foreman,
one who lias the ability to handle
men. Also electrical experience. Ad
dress No. 2523, care Capital News.
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School. Get started right. F28
JOB PRINTER WANTED—inquire nt
Job department of Capital News, tf
WANTED—Man and wife, without
children for ranch; woman to assist
with housework; permanent work. ,
Dave Basey, Grandview, Ida, F26c
_____:_{
WANTED—First-class barber; $24
week guaranteed; returned soldier
given preference; only first-class
workman need apply. E. L. Gamage,
, Emmett, Idaho. F26c
HELP WANTED
Female^
WANTED—An apprentice for milli
nery. 215 N. 9th st. F26c
WANTED—Experience! lady stenog
rapher; one with little bookkeeping
experience preferred, good position.
Address 2515, care Capital News.
F21
SITUATIONS WANTED
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper wants
bookkeeping or other clerical work,
either permanent or temporary. Ad
dress 2525, Capital News. F21c
HIGH SCHOOL boy wants work from
4 to 7 p. m., school days and all day
Saturday. Address 2524, Capital
News. F22c
WANTED
_Miscellaneous_
WANT $3500 on improved 80; no rock
or alkali. George Wetter & Co., 516
Empire Bldg. F21c
STORAGE ON TRACK—Caldwell
Transfer Co., Caldwell, Idaho. Phone
777. M18
WANTED—Cars to wash and polish.
First class work. Front Strct Livery.
716 Front St., phone 455. Day and
night service. F21
CALL JACK
loose hay.
FOSTER, 1805-W for
M12
WANTED—To buy a good second
hand, medium weight saddle and bri
dle. Address Box 2520, care Capital
News. F23c
WANTED TO RENT—Six room mod
ern furnished apartment or house;
reliable tenant. Address 2518, care
Capital News. F22c
WANTED—To buy one share of
Union water. F. A. Hall, Eagle, Ida.
F25c
BUY WHERE your dollar has more
cents. Furniture, rugs, stoves and
ranges. The Company Stere. 906
908 Idaho Street. tf
BEAL'S second-hand store. 613 Main
St. Goods bought, sold and ex
changed, tf
WANTED—Batteries to recharge and
repair; expert work; honest dealing.
WHEN looking for real estate or
trades of any kind see C. H. Bays,
Eagle, Idaho. tl
, . T1 ,
ARBLCKLE, 121„ State. Phone
1207-W. Interior and exterior paint
ing and tinting.
WILL pay cash for a lot In east end of
town. 809 Bannock . F21
WE pay the highest price in cash or
trade for used furniture. The Jen
BAD debts collected anywnere In the
United States. No collection,
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 Ci EDITORS ASS'N.
245 Sonna Block, Boise. Ida.
TRY A WANT AD FOR RESULT
FOR 8ALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE— Large oak office desk,
cheap. Phono 1576-M. F21
FOR SALE —Six months' tuition in
good business college. P. O. Box $3,
Boise, Idaho. F25c
SHRIVER for be# supplies; will take
honey, bees or beeswax In ex
change for supplies. Write or
phone for price list. C. E. Shrlver,
Boise, Idaho. M7
WILL cut in February, several acres
of black locust trees, size* 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
RAW furs—For best prices bring or
send to Jerry Cohn, 360 Golden Rule
Bldg. SUn-Mon-Wed.tf
FOR SALE —Loose hay, delivered.
Phone 1857J. tf
GOOD restaurant well equipped, good
trade; $450 cash. Schooler-Starling
Agency, Overland Bldg., 3rd floor.
F22
FOR SALE —Boise Lumber Co. wood
delivered in your woodshed. Phone
267S-J. Feb21
\VE have a car of fancy eastern rice
popcorn, 12)4c pound. Badley's wa
gon, 10th and Main. M8
FOR SALE—Furniture in good condi
tion; new Monarch range, small heat
er, dining table and chairs, two beds
j complete, rockers, set of heavy can
vas porch curtains, etc. 1912 N. 11th
! st. F23
1 FOR SALE—Spring seod rye, at 4
j cents a pound in good sacks. Waiter
i Batzel, Payette, Idaho. M19c
IDAHO NATIVE HERBS— Whlte'nead
j Drug Co.. Boise, Ida. tf
1 JEWEL range, 6 lids and reservoir,
in excellent condition; a bargain.
The Jenkins Furnture Co., Exchange
1 Dept. tf
1 CHINA CLOSET, golden oak finish,
cost new $35, our price $20. The
The Jenkins Furniture Co., Exchange
Dept. tf
FOR SALE—Secpnd hand piano cheap.
809 Bannock. F21
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
MAHOGANY table and chairs, 1 rug,
bed, dresser, kitchen table and
1 chairs. 1612 North 6th. F23c
FOR 8ALB
Miscellaneous
I AVID several buyers tor modsra
bungalows. Must be In good neigh
borhood and close In. It you want
to sell, let us know, wo havs the
buyers. Continental Investment Oo,
221 Sonna Bldg., Boise, Idaho F38
FOR RENT
Furnished Rooms
TWO nicely furnished hot water heat
ed rooms, bath. Phene 1791. 522
Franklin. F84
FOR RENT, _______
House«
FOR RENT—Close In; 7-room house,
469 Jefferson St. F25
FOR RENT
Housekeeping Rooms
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 417 S. 11th.
F21c
FOR SALE
Poultry and Poultry Supplies
FOR BALE—One turkey gobbler.
Phone 1576-M. F21
FOR SALE— Buff leghorn eggt, $1.50
a set. Phone 2408-R. M19
FOR SALE— Choice Plymouth Rock
cockerels. O. E. Peret, Wilder, Ida.
F24c
THOROUGHBRED trapnested single
comb White Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing; also some cockerels for sale.
Phone 2679-W. Cell 1113 N. 20th. M18
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Rhode Is
land Red cockerels, also Rhode Is
land Red hens, all from prisa stock.
Call 1673, or 1262-J. F21o
WANTED— Poultry. Will call foe them.
Boise Poultry Co.. Phone 201. F28
EGGS for hatching—White Wyandotte
$2, $3 and $5; Buff Orpingtons, $1;
White Leghorn, |1.60. Sherman
Poultry Ranch, Call il-R-t, Boisa
Ml
B. C. WHITE LEGHORN EGGS for
hatching from select trapnested lay
ers. Awards at Boise show three
seasons. $2.00 a setting. 19.00 per
100. Chicks $9.00 lier (0, 117.00 per
100. Archie M. Larson, R. F. D. No.
3. Weiser, Idaho. Ml
BARRED ROCK EGGS CkT matering
mated to produce eggs and axhl
bltion ckl's. Every bird finely barred
to skin, you get quality, 84, 86 per
15. E. S. Bailey, R No. t, Boise,
Idaho. M15o
FOR SALE— Rhode Island Rad oock
rels. Phone 2326-W. F22

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