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Impressive Service Held at St.
John's Cathedral—Opened With Pontifical High Mass. With solemnity of chant and beauty of pageantry the services of Holy Thursday, one of the most solemn feasts in the calendar of the Catholic church, were told at St. John's ca thedral this m lining, beginning at 8 o'clock. The services consisted of the offering of pon Ht. Rev. Daniel tifical high mass, with M. Gorman, bishop of the diocese of 1 toise, ns celebrant, Rev. F. Grcsl, Bin N. Wagner, Rn Vincent Chiappl, Rev. F. Honora ter of ceremon shone, and Rev. chanters; and Boise, ci oss-be During th during the ratnents of bapv extreme unctior dying) In white and veils, acted as of tlio blessed pository altar a of the cathedr from north and ckfoot, deacon, Rev. J. pert, sub-deacon; Rev S. J., assistant priest; St. Maries, first, mas s; Rev. Jos. M. Ver hoeven. Boise, second master of cere monies; Rev. F. Wirtzberger, Sho George De Stoop, Buhl Rev. B. A. Ronayno irer for the holy oil? and the procession of the blessed sac rament. niass the holy oils used ting year for the sac ism, confirma talon and (the sacrament of the t he parishes of the dio cese were consecrated by Bishop Gor jnd after the mass there was a ilemn procession with the blessed sacrament to the repository altar. Fifty girls of the congregation, rang ing in age from four to sixteen, clad wearing wreaths and escort in the procession sacrament to the re ahd strewed flowers and flower petals (Bong the pathway of the procession. Wednesday evening the Holy Week service consisted of the chanting of the Tenebrne by Bishop Gorman, priests rp.1 parish, and priest south Idaho who have assembled in BMse for the Holy Week services. After the chanting of the Joseph M. Verhoeven, of St. John's cal.hedral. delivered a ser mon, taking ns his text words from I Peter, chap. 4, verse I, "Christ, there fore, having suffered In the flesh, be you also armed In which the s gathered In th profitable in In prosperity o the Holy Week Thursday F. Wirtzberger, The following south Idaho ha participate in Week and are end at Bishop Rev. J. F. Gres Wagner, Rupert P. J., Lewiston Maries; Rev. Plymouth; Re^' Shoshone; Rev. Rev. J. Nolan, Itexburg; Rev. the pro-cathedr with the same thought,'' peaker reminded those cathedral that it is 11 experiences of life, r adversity, In success or failure, to think of the sufferings of Jesus Christ as commemorated in services. enlng there will be Chanting of the Tenebrae and a ser fcion on the holy eucharist by Rev. N. of Shoshone, Idaho, priests from north and e gathered in Boise to the services of Holy guests at the homes of members nf St. John's congregation Gorman's residence: , Blackfoot; Rev. J. N. ; Rev. Vincent Chiappl, Rev\ F. Bonora, St. O. Godschalx, New N. F. Wirtzberger, George De Stoop, Buhl; ■Veiser; Rev. J. Collins, C. Van der Donckt, of il, Pocatello. Under The pAPrroL V.DOME TO ATTEND CONVENTION Adjutant General Wilson will attend the national convention of adjutant generals to be held at Chicago com mencing May ii. He received a tele graphic request to do so from the Na tional Guard association. RETURNS TO NORTH Ward Arney, who has completed a compilation of the statutes relative to the six state institutions coming un der the jurisdiction of the state board of education, lias returned to Coeur d'Alene. COME UNDER ACT Grain, liny and potato dealers of Idaho propose io come under the pro visions of the bonded warehouse act passed by the last legislature. Miles Cannon, commissioner of agriculture, announces. Masonic Emblems! For th© higher de grees—Kings, Pins, Charms and Buttons All 14 K and made Io last—no flimsy goods here. It's a pleasure to fit you out Avith Ihesp perfectly made emblems. j. t. mmmn fWELER ! Main St. ity—Service I j KUNA. Kuna, April 17—Mrs. Elsie Brown is clerking at the Golden Rule store in Boise. Franklin B. Fiss was taken to a Boise hospital Friday evening and op erated on for appendicitis. He is re covering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lawson and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. I>ean and family, of Barber, visited relatives and friends in Kuna Sunday. A paper petitioning that section be joined to the Kuna school district is being circulated. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rea, of Mora, en tertained Dan Kby and family at din ner Tuesday evening. The neighbors gathered in the evening and gave the Eby's a pleasant surprise. Ice cream and cake were served. Dan Eby has Bold his farm south east of town and will move his fam ily to Kuna. They have secured rooms over the Kuna Mercantile store. Mr. and Mrs. John Mays motored to Boise Monday. Earl D. Painter, and uncle. Nelson Taylor, motored to Middleton Sunday to visit the formers brother, G. O. Painter and family. Mr. Taylor re mained for a longer visit and Painter returned with a full blooded Jersey calf in the tonneau. Mrs. David Doane and daughters, Alice and Hazel, were business visi tors In Nampa Monday. HELL CUtTILMEO IN Geraldine Farrar's last day at Valley Ranch, Wyo., headquarters during the production ot "The Hell Cat," showing at the Strand today, she will never for get for many reasons. With all reser vations made for the return trip, it was imperative that the production be fin ished on schedule time. At nn early hour the entire com pany was in readiness to begin the last day's work and all rejoiced in the (promise given by the sun. The day hid fair to be perfect and the final scenes of "The Hell Cat" could not take more than the morning, thought Reginald Baker. Then difficulties be gan to develop. ' The cameras were set, the scene re hearsed and all was In readiness for Percy Hilburn to turn tile crank when the sun coquetted with a cloud. This happened more than anyone had time or patience to record and resulted in Geraldine Farrar and the others dash ing from one open space in the moun passed and was forgotten in the mad ipursuit, and when finally the last scene was photographed in defiance of the elements, ttie star and her asso ciates raced back to the ranch to pack for the 50 mile ride over rocky roads to Cody, the point of departure. Then the star kept a promise made to herself and drove out to Sulphur bath In the curative waters. And so, under the light of western stars, the international celebrity, accompanied wonderfully Invigorating bath. Each of the cowboys assisting in "The Hell Cat" brought her individ ual offerings—mounted elks' teeth, beaded mocassins and a magnificent buffalo rug, presented by Jimmy Tuff. Finally the star boarded the private car "Kearney" reserved for the party The whisky cache, found AVednesday at the home of Mrs. Cora Gaskell, 705 South Eighth street, according to of ficials, was hidden so cleverly that only a systematic hunt and a tip from an outside source revealed its where abouts. Cached under the house in a special chamber, entrance to which was gained by the lifting of a board in one of the rooms, with practically no evi dence that the board was moveaole, made tlio task of the officers a diffi cult one. The noticing by a federal officer that a portion of the stone foun dation of the house had been removed and reset with new cement, Which showed up in strong contrast against the old, although probably done a num ber of months ago, led him to beiieve the cache was under the house and the recess for it had been built while the rocks were out. The total amount of whisky confis cated at the place was 182 quart bot tles. Three separate charges have been filed aganist the woman, one in the justice court of Judge Rust, alleging (possession, and two before Judge An jderson. Bond in the sum of Î1000 was furnished in Judge Andirson's court in the two cases and $500 bind in the case filed before Judge Rust. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Tribe of Ben Hur, Boise court No. 1. will meet at the Eagle's hall at Sixth and Idaho streets, Friday eve ning at 8 o'clock. Mrs. May Milloman requests that all Royal Neighbors of America meet at the G. A. R. hall Friday evening at 8 o'clock to organize a fancy drill staff. The children of the home will dram atizs "Paul Revere's Ride" at 2 o'clock p. m., April 18. Free to the public. The entertainment will he given at tile home. CARD OF THANKS. AA'e wish to thank our many friends for their kindness and sympathy, also for the beautiful floral offerings in the recent bereavement of our husband and father. MRS. J. H. WAKEMAN. JOHN AVAKEMAN. MRS. AV. R. BITTDER, RERT E. AVAKEMAN, f"DAREN'T'JO E. WAKEMAN. TWO BUILDING PERMITS. M. B. Dobson has been granted a building permit to do remodeling work at 514-516 South Twelfth street at a cost of $1500 and 1£. D. Polk has taken out a permit to build a sleeping porch at 1122 West Jefferson street at a cost of $500. Tl Laubaugh Becomes Public Health Adviser and Miss Meshage to Continue as State Bacteriologist. The announcement that Dr. Edward T, Biwer, for the past few years sec retary of the state board of health, lias been transferred from the depart ment of public welfare to the law en forcement department and will be succeeded as public health adviser to the commissioner of public welfare, J. K. White, by Dr. EVnest I.aubaugli. was made today. It was also officially given out that Dr. Emmily L. Mesli age, state bacteriologist, will continue in that position. Dr. Biwer Is to assist Secretary of State R. O. Jones, commissioner of law enforcement, to standardize the examinations for the 13 different pro fessions which, prior to the passage of the administration consolidation bill, existed and were conducted by separate boards. The law creating these boards has been repealed. They are taken care of under the consoli dation plan In the department of law enforcement. Under the rearrange ment examinations will be held Twice a year on dates to be set instead of several times a year as has been the case heretofore. Advisory boards of from three to six members will be ap pointed from among those engaged in the various professions to assist and advise with the law enforcement department. Dr. I.aubaugli is now in the service. He holds a commission of captain but expects to secure his discharge shortly and return to Boise. He was state bacteriologist four years ago and was succeeded by Miss Meshage. j We Arc Here to Save You Money and to Make Some for Ourselves Men's Suits at . . $18.50 and $25.00 Lower Priced ones too J! J '° K 11 ai ' e u " de . r impression that it is necessary to go to a high priced store in ordei to buy good clothes, one visit with our stocks will convince you otherwise. rif _ n „ , ? nd . we are selling thoroughly good suits that ure well tailored out ol good materials, m good styles and that will give SERVICE. . ^'d 31 !/^ 0 , ncd kl !°w what a great boon our special purchase way is for our custora nlnJln m f nd > ou are really interested in saving some money on that spring suit, drop in at 915 Main Street and be convinced. Have You Seen Our BOYS' SUITS AT $6.50? At $6.50 our suits for boys are the best values in America and aa' 6 invite a successful challenge to this very bold state ment, realizing full well that in making it Aie are covering "a lot of territory." We haA'e good assortments, all sizes and are so sure that our boys' suit values lead them all that one visit is ull we usk. If this ad accomplishes what it sets out to do. that is, awakens your interest sufficiently to cause you to give us an opportunity to show these suits, the ad lias served its purpose. THE NEW YORK STORE Womens Shoes We have all size« •*»nd good styles in women's shoes. Why not size them up? Buying these shoes as we do through "special purchases," when we make a sale of a pair of them our customer makes a "special purchase." We say "special pur chase," because the savings on every pair of shoes offered by a purchase here is so material that wo fear to tell in cold type to what amount you sa vo. THE NEW YORK STORE K Women's Sweaters Some more Women's Sweaters have arrived and they are peaches. Priced........$2.95 You Can Save Money on Men's Shoes "What is true of underwear is truer of shoes, be cause naturally since a good [»air of shoes cost more Ilian a good suit of underwear, (he savings are larger. We are here to save you money and at the same time to make some for ourselves, hut many mer chants differ as to what is a "fair profit." The best way to determine our ideas about a fair profit is to get the price of a similar piece of merchandise else' where and then come here and shop. We don't mind "«hopper«," we like them because our values are to good that they turn shoppers Into buyers. Men's Athletic Unions 50c and Up The men's alhlefir union suits that. Ave are selling at 50c per suit are worth about a dollar. The "and up" unions Ave are selling present just as decided savings as the suits at 50c. You positively save money when you spend It here. This may sound like a paradox, but the state ment is absolutely sound. When you buy an arti cle of merchandise here because you need thut par ticular article you save by spending because you could not buy the same article elsewhere for the same money but would have to pay more. Why do it? Are We "Vain" The word "Vein" wee a customer'»— not our». In connection with one of our offerings, a woman who visited our store Saturday night last, said to the head of this in stitution substantial ly this: "I don't want to make you vain but you positively give the best values in Boise." THE NEW YORK STORE LITTLE NEWS OF BOISE SEEK MRS. BRINKERHOFF Mrs. Brinkerhoff, supposedly a res ident of Idaho, has several hundred dollars In a Dos Angeles bank. This Information Is contained in a letter from bawlette, Cal., to the president of the Women's Relief Corps. The let ter states her brother, Oscar Brink orlioff, died In Texas in 1911. Before his death he stated ho had a sister In Idaho. He left an estate of several hundred dollars in a bank in Dos An geles, and his sister Is entitled to the money, according to P. C, Hughes, an attorney of Sawlette. ARRIVES SAFELY IN U. S. Mrs. B. Christenson, of 1508 North Eleventh street, received a tele gram from her son, Edward j Christenson, Wednesday, announc ing his safe arrivel In this country. Ho is n member of Company F, 316th engineers of the famous «1st division and saw active service at St. Mihlel and Argonne forests. GET TWO VIOLATERS. Vorn Weston and J. M. Brown each forfeited $5 cash bonds In municipal court today for violating the traffic ordinance. The former was arrested for exceeding the speed limit and the latter for driving after dark without lights. HOME WEDDING T.ouls Howard Roberts of Chelialls, Wash., and Miss Grace Parrott of Boise were married at 9 o'clock Wed nesday night by Dean Alward Cham berlaine. The ceremony was perform ed at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Parrott, and was witnessed by a large number of relatives and intimate friends. The happy pair will make their home on a farm near Chehalis, AA'ash. CHINAMAN TO PREACH A converted Chinaman will preach the Easter sermon and sing solos at the Gospel mission, 110 South Thir teenth street, Sunday at 3 o'clock In the afternoon and 8 o'clock in the evening. -- MARRIED AT CHURCH Arthur B. Carrington and Miss Grace Poison of Boise were married at 7 o'clock AVednesday evening at the First Methodist church. The cere mony was performed by Rev. W. AV. A'an Dusen. LANDS IN NEW YORK. Edward O. Christenson, who served in France and Belgium with the 316th engineers, has arrived in New York and will be home in a short time. A telegram of his safe arrival was re ceived today. He expects his early discharge and to return to Boise short ly. Mr. Christenson was formerly connected with the business depart ment of the Capital News. BUSINESS HOUSES TO CLOSE. As business will be practically sus pended all Saturday afternoon, mer chants of the city advise house wives to get in their Sunday orders early Friday or else they will not be able to handle them. It is estimated 20,000 people will bo here Saturday and the hotel and restaurants will require much extra service. The stores close at 1 p. m., rind will not reopen until 4 p. m„ and but little time will be left for delivery after that hour. ANNOUNCE SERVICES. Rev. D. II. Jones, rector of Christ Episcopal church at Fifteenth and Ridenbaugh street, announces the church will be open all Good Fri day afternoon for quiet meditation and prayer. Good Friday services will be held at 7:45 p. in. The holy sac rament of Baptism will be administered Saturady from 12 o'clock until 5:30 p. in. Sunday service and Holy Com munion at 11:30 a. m., and evening ' ° - m. Following the usual custom, the Boise lodge of Elks will «.aster service Sunday night in a body. At 5 o'clock Easter Sunday, Rev. D. H. Jones will admin ister the Holy Communion to the sick at St. Duke's hospital . GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES. The seVvIces on Good Friday at St. Michael's cathedral will be at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. The full choir will be in attendance at the evening ser vice, and the address will be an ex position of the second part of th# pro phecy of Isaiah. Here the Saviour will be revealed as "The Suffering Servant of Jehovah." There will be special service this evening, Hojy Thursday, at 8 p. m., and a celebration of the Holy Communion. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Flint, who have been visiting in Boise, left today on their return trip to Ceavenworth, Kas, after a visit here. Mrs. Maude Williams is a Boise vis THE KNIGHTS ROSE CROIX of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry will hold their Maundy Thursday feast and ceremonies this evening at the Mosque at 6:30 instead of 7:30. All Scottish Rite Masons having attained 18th degree expected to attend. itor for a few days. She arrived from Council Wednesday. Mrs. Dotiise Eoff has returned from a visit at Portland. Mrs. H. D. Rogers has gone to Dos Angeles on a visit. Mrs. Dydla Cooper is down from Centerville spending a few days. M. A . Williams has gone to Rupert on a short business trip. Mrs. T. B. D. Ballly and Mrs. James Hanafln are guests in the city from Shoshone. Mr. and Mrs. AV. A. Welty are down from Council, guests at the Bristol. Mrs. R. It. Series and son, and Mrs. N. T. Rankin are guests at the Grand. They came down from Dakeport Wed nesday evening. Mrs. G. W. Pence of Hot Springs, Bruneau valley, is a guest in the city. Mrs. Douifie Boyd of Mountain Home is visiting in the city. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller are guest» in the city from Mountain Home.