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JUDEE SMITH DIES
R CIPITIL CITY IFTER LDnC ILLNESS Well Known Jurist of Seventh Judicial District—Flu Fol lowed by Heart Trouble the Cause. ! I I ! ; I - Isaac N. Smith of Weiser, Jmlge of the seventh judicial district, died early this morning at a Boise, home, 71'» North Ninth street. Heart disease, following a severe at - j tack of Influenza last winter, caused ! his death. The body is to be to Weiser Wednesday morning burial. I caused ,r*r j Weiser Is In mourning over the I death of Judge Smith. He was ! Judge of the seventh district, With Washington and Adams county in his , . ....... vember he was elected for the four- j year term. Judge Smith was a member of the Masonic and Odd Fellow fraternities and a member of the Weiser school hoard for 30 years. He rendered every assistance in the building of the three ; handsome brick school houses In Weiser. * He Is survived by bis wife and six i Jurisdiction, having been appointed in 1917 by Governor Alexander. Mr. Smith was born in California July 29, 1854. He came to Weiser in 18S0 snd engaged in farming on tile land now owned by the Idaho Industrial Institute. Later he moved to Weiser for the educational advantages for his children and clerked in the general merchandising store of Herman Haas. ELECTED LAST FALL. In 1890 he was elected clerk of the district court of Washington county and served 12 years, following which he took up the practice of law. In 1903 he entered into a law partner ship with Frank Harris, which con tinued for 14 years until his appoint-[cisco ment as Judge for two years. Last No children. Hattie, Frank nnd Walter o; Welser; Mrs. Hazel ,Burbidge of Salt Lake; Isadore of Boise and Bert of Seattle. The funeral will probably he held Thursday. In speaking of Ids old partner. Frank Harris said: "In my 30 years' acquaintance I never knew Judge Smith to advocate anything* dishonest or dishonorable, but found 1dm at all times a man of sterling character, high ideals and in whom perfect con fidence and trust was imposed. His loss will he keenly felt." I>et ns mount your Tiead and tan your hide. It. W. Limbert. *toisc. Tda. tf Fruit-Juice Essences Jiffy-Jell desserts carry real fruit flavors in es sence form, in vials. A wealth of fruit juice is condensed for each des sert. So you get a fresh fruit dainty, healthful and delicious. This is the new-type quick gelatine dessert — five times as good as the old kinds. Loganberry and Pine apple are two of the best flavors. Try them. They're found only in ÏS 10 Flavors , at Yoar Grocer*» 2 Packages for 25 Cents ! • i I I -77 - V y :. yii1 The Spring Rains Bring Grippe Tlmsort of weather brings colds and grippe. If it's just a common cold people say, "there's no danger in that ! • But many a fatal sickness begins with a cold — with vital ity weakened —the system is ready for the Influenza germs. Begin early to ward off the attack. Purge the system of the toxins (poisons) by taking castor oil, or a vegetable laxative made of Mayapple, leaves of aloe, and jalap, rolled into sugar-coated pills and to be had at all drug stores as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, v -x If the cold starts with a cough, and it persists then some local treatment for this condition should be taken. A well known alterative extract which has been on the market for a great many years, and which has been highly recom mended by thousands of users, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi cal Discovery. This tonic compound is composed of an extract of roots and herbs without alcohol, and has a soothing effect upon the mucous membrane, allays the irritation and at the same time works iri the proper and reasonable way, at the seat of the trouble— the stagnated or poisoned blood. GEORGE ATWATER LOCATES IN BOISE AND ENGAGES IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS ! After'giving over a year of his time I to the government as chairman of the Ada county draft board, which re I qulred him to make his home in Boise, I George Atwater, formerly of Meridian, has decided to locate here perma ! nently and has gone into the real esufte ; business. He has opened his office at ,1107 North Ninth street in the Pacific hotel building. I "I have already acquired consider- able property in Boise," said Mr. At- water, "and 1 have decided to remain here permanently. While chairman of the draft board I could not give mv time to my business, but devoted it nl- most exclusively to that of the govern knent. The war is over and we are the victo ,. s , um , have had an op portunity to serve my country on the hoard. Now that hostilities arc over. I shall deal in Boise real estate, the b st j investment that can be found.' ! I \ ^ ~ ----------- - j [ HOTEL ARRIVALS] I ! ' HEB— J. M. Perlwltz, i-ake; N. R. Erickson, Ogdon: OWYHEE—J. M. Periwitz, Salt Lord, San Francisco; Geo. H. Clark, l Salt Lake; Arthm Heymann, t'li oago; i Gustaf Shailman, F. K. Fulton, Poca tello; Ben Belinson, Buffalo, N. Y.; r. J. Cruse, G. M. EstabrooU, Pocatello; ! L. G. Arens, Cincinnati, O.; C. H. South-worth; G. Archibald, Pocatello; j Lois Simmons, Twin Falls; John Fient ming, Portland; Mrs. L. II inter. Pas-'sec. etto; P. i Meredith, Buhl; .1. li. Gov- j an, Caldwell; H. G. Grant. Hay Brown, j il. U • Clouchek, Twin Falla, Waldo Cockrell, Salt Lake; J. I*. Urr, Pa\- ! ette; F. C. Marquardson and wife, j Buhl; Miss C. J. Platt, Burley; H. H. C lifford, Caldwell; M. Belle Swe-t, Moscow; Karl F. Kraft, San Fran - ! M. Henderson, Twin Falls; zatt - Spolcane - j IDANHA— T. F. Larkin, Payette; A. Ballentine, Caldwell; W. E. Hubbell, Jet Jordan Valley. Ore.; E. E. Larkin, O. S. L.; E. G. Phipps, Portland; Kinney I Robinson, Parma; E. E. Garrity, Home- | dale; O. M. Van Duzen, Caldwell; Stan- ' ; ton Park, Mountain Home; Mary R. ! Crawford, Lewiston; Eva Kivette, Port- ' 'land; 1. L. Thurston, Payette; F. E. j i H nasch, Parma; Harold Frost, Placer- j ville: Israel Bosch, Camp Lee, Va.; i S. T. Tilbert, Weiser; E. M. Roberts, i A. F. Tomingson and wife. Bliss; Hu F. West, Twin Falls; E. H. Dillon, I Vale, Ore.; W. L. Long, Portland; Fred Jones, Harvey Jones and wife, On- i tario; C. A. Ericson, Halley; J. H. ; Walter, C. Jordon, Emmett; Mrs. L. j Hunter, Payette; Geo. Muir, Emmett; ; F. Gilbert, F, M. Moss and wife, j e. E Pa ■tie. GRAND—A. J. Farnsworth, New York; C. L. Robison, Caldwell; John Blum, Centerville; E. L. Holvcrson. Emmett; Win. L. Hasbrouck, Caldwell; J. E. Compton, Cascade; John H. Sur, Si lokine; Raj r Wils son and w ife, Parma; A. D. Cochru rn, Ontario; L. ( '. Kelsey, P< utlaiul ; W. W. I -etson, C. ! 1. Helmer, Ontario; P. E. Shoemak er, Harris Ci eck ; T. ( j . Ma ys, Salt Lak e; Will II. Gibson, Moun lain Home; Frank Ki tiox, W. L. Pow ell, Emmett; \V. A. Fi il kerson, Weisel BRISTOL M r. < ind Mrs. 1 •\ \\\ Hast 111; S3, Wendel 11; W . G. Pari [, ( .•hfcagu; :\i rs. John Wilkin is, Mount ain i iome; A. Christ en si jn, Pi jcatello; . J. 1 1. Wolf, N; v xsa; L. Tr aoey, Ogden; I 'a il R. Me Ci i,l loch, Ont, ario; Mrs. \V. E. Kilpat - ri< •k. Mr. and Mrs. J. Black w ell. Pa rin i ; « 'I »as. p. Hue rhes, ■ Columbia : W alter O. Tl lompson, i 1 Seattl e; Frank S. Crane, Pi ivette; Mr s. Ni ii ram ore, Ro x; Mrs. I i . S. Kollenborn, Grandvie w ; Mrs. R. 11 . Woods, P uyett. î; Mrs. F. ]•;. Baxter. ! Parmu; J. W. Joly, Portland; Mrs. .1. E. Soars, Uruneuu; Miss E. Hall, Ta coma; Lols Dogen, Caldwell; T. \V. SSenlm - , Portland; Mrs. Rada. Ridge • way, Jerome; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ha mother, St. Louis; R. Iverson, Sho shone; IV. P. James, Chicago; Mar., E. Duney, Salt Lake; Marguerite Boardman, Pocatello; Marion Orr, Idaho Falls; W. J. Chapman, Buhl; II. L. Benton, Kansas City. Rheumatic Pains. i When troubled with rheumatism I bathe the affected parts with Cham berlain's Liniment. You will be sur prised at the relief which It affords. I Foi sale by ail dealers. -Adv. T T gat SU0AR-3C Free with Tri THOUSANDS don't mean 1 waste, so that W« ti prices we quota, i only to people vac j Saving the sa Vi Our Wholesale Pure Pood , and many other bargains f dollars are wasted by sending insive catalogues to people who To eliminate such unnecessary be enabled to sell at the low Issnd our Pure Pood Catalogue • really interested in BEST FAMILY PATENT FLOUR ii 7 5 ° (•HI 0PO Swift's Pride X iiutdry Uneeda Biscuit 4 per p "Wo five th OUR LEADERS) y Soap, per bar.. 4 per package ACT NOW Jtooat for tho leaat money" Hsmsmber, we send our catalogue to those who order a Trial Order. We do not Bell a part of the Trial Order or any items in it separtUly, but our Pure Food Catalogue contains hundred^ of gteat bargains which you are privileged to buy in nay amounts you wish. Get this catalogue and ear* money, bend your trial order to-day. Simply HMloss $1.99 and say, "bend Me Trial Order." QUARANTI^ Vmt Mans? Rack In Pull If Yj , TRIAL ORDER âsttær ft»#* Sugar........... «a > .08—1 Bar Ivory Tollet Soar» 7. !« ■ - I Bar Ivory 'Tollet Soap V. .. .0» —I Pkg. Gold Dust \\'ashing Powdor..... Cako Borde Sweet Mllk c____ .13—1 Large^Pkj. Fresh Toasted •15—1 Can Veçetable^îoup -—"*** . r«er>r.re<l and ready t o serve .39—1 BottloHlghly Concentrated *a_! t L * u ^ dry w ........i .30—1 Lb. < ranberry 1 anry Band Picked Dried Beans. . •30—H I.b. Pure High Grade Breakfast Coro»......... .25—1 Bott.loPure Tomato Catsup .25—1 Pkg. High Grade, First Crop UncolorodJapanTee. .20—M Lb. Fancy California Heedless RalMns.......... .20—1 Lb. Guaranteed Baking Roda ................... .50—1 Bottle Puro Full Strength Vanilla Extract.......... .20—2 Bara Cinderella. The Wonder Dyo Poap.. ' Catalog - Our Special Catalog Free-- *3.60 OUR WHOLESALE QQ PRICE TO YOU|ir$l«^ Approximate saving to you of $1.S1, _ _________________________ Aro Not Wore Than Pleased. COMMONWEALTH COMPANY— WMmiIi Sneers, Dipl 141 First Ultimi Bilk Bldg., Chicago, III. ! REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS l lo £ « btk^^^sfdo^Addn. ^ i Allan T. Stein et ux to Albert R. Vollmer, $10, lots 7, 8 blk 5 East Side Addn. ! to $350 mortgage. j p uu l Lundqulst to William T. Lund iquist, $100, und. V 2 Int. in EV- SE'4 33-21-1 W. j Fremont H. Teed et ux to L. R. j Lawrence, $200, lots 25, 26 blk. 1, Tends 'Addn. to ICuna. ! I'], j, Cowley et ux to George F. j eiaÿcomb, $1.00 & o. v. c„ E. 3 ft. 2''. jin. lot 3 w. 27 ft. in. lot 3 blk 3", Right's Addn. to Boise. ! Edwin G. Nash et ux to George A. Worden et ux, $10. 52.25 ft, by 13S.5 ft. in lot 2 blk 23 Scott's Second Sub. Nellie Singley to George R Jet ux, *000, part of lots 4, 5, Central Sub I | Daniel A. Chase to D. F. Woods, $1,- J 0, lots 2 and 3 blk 2, Eagle, subject j Jackaon 6 bile 7, Orlando F. Bacon to Young Men's Particular attention is directed to Gingham Week at the Mode All during this week the Wash Goods Department will demonstrate its ability to supply the demand for ginghams with a completely satisfying new Spring stock of the choicest gingham fabrics the world's markets afford. Not how cheap hut how good" is the motto we follow in assembling merchandise. Von will find Hie qualities ex ceptionally good, the patterns and colorings sufficiently varied to lneet your preference. If it's a good gingham we have it and the prices are most moderate. This is the week in which to supply your present and future gingham needs and this is the store to buy them at, where qual ity is always assured. Zephyr GingSiam Fine soft 32-inch zephyr ging hams in plaids, stripes and checks and in plain colors, very durable quality In fast colors, priced, the yard 59 c 32-inch Gingham 32-Inch ginghams In a large range of handsome patterns, which includes many beautiful color combinations In stripe, plaid and check designs and In plain colors, are priced, the yard 35c Dress Gingham Anderson Gingham 27-Inch dress ginghams in a good serviceable quality in beautiful j plaid, stripe and check designs and in plain colors; over 00 pat terns to choose from; priced, yd. j 23c Gingham Cloth A large assortment of firm qual ity 36-inch zephyr gingham cloth : In fast plain colors only, lnclud- ! ing every wanted shade, are priced, the yard, A new shipment of the cele brated Wm. Anderson zephyr ginghams in distinctive plaid color combinations, the genuine Anderson gingham with the name stamped on the selvage, the yard 89c Tissue Gingham 27-Inch tissue ginghams in a di versified range of stripe, check and plaid designs in various color combinations in all colors, are priced, tlie yard Amoskeag Apron Checks 17c 32-lnch Amoskeag apron checks in blue and white only, in three dif ferent sized checks, are offered dur ing gingham week at, the yard 49c ! 39c 2 7-inch Dress Ginghams 29c A largo variety of fine quality ginghams in nurses' stripes, checks, plains, stripes and plaids, in all color combinations; over 175 patterns in cluded, priced, the yard Ihefteart t (/the t Bho L tie Sts Gtv Once Upon a Time There wus. a man who grew a tremendous crop of alfalfa each year right over a gold mine—lie scratched the surface, J3UT— Rosenheim Advertising Agency Every Phase of Salas Promotion • 218-19 Idaho Bldg.—Phono 492 Boiao IT'S THE BEST PLACE AFTER ALL Boise-Mountain Home Auto Stage CADILLAC SPECIAL BUILT CARS On and after April 10th Leave Boise...........................7:30 a. m. Arrive Mountain Home..................9:15 a. m. Leave Mountain Home..................3:00 p. m. Arrive Boise..........................4:45 p. m. Same as railroad fare. One way $2.50. Every Hay But Sunday. We operate stages to following points: Boise to Emmett: Boise to Weiser, Ontario, Payette, New Plymouth. TRASK BROS., INC. Boiaa Offica 112 N. 12th 8t. Phona No. 2. Christian Assn, of Boise, $5000, und. »/£ lot 6 and E 40 ft. lot 5 bile 47, Boise. Lee Estes ct ux to Young Men's Christian Assn, of Boise, *1.00 & o. v. e„ W 10 ft. lot 5 blk 47, O. T. Boise. Perry C. Marshall to Walter A. Tuck J er et ux, $3S00, lots 5 and G blk 1, Lo j oust Grove Addn., subject to balance of mtg. $1332.45. G. G. Withers et uv to W. M. Reedy, $10, lots 25 nnd 26 blk 42, Londoner First Sub. John J. Yates et ux to Anton Vis trctl et ux, $2000, blk 18 townslte of Ustick. Lewis L. Folsom et ux to W. C. Cleveland, $10 & o. v. c., N* SE$4 sec. 23 and SW'/i SWÜ and W* SEV. SW'i sec. 24-3-1 E. James S. DeWhirst et ux to Emma J. Yates, $4000, S 90 ft. lot 6 and lots 7 and 8 amended plat of Brown's Sec ond Addn. to Meridian. John Tremelllng et ux to Christopher K. Macey, $2500, lot 2 Pierce Park Sub. W. W. Brookins et ux to Maurice H. i T;i1!man, $5500, lot« 3 and 8 blk 83, Brumback's Addn., subject to mort gage to Idaho Building & Loan Assn ilk. 82, p. 76. ETHEL DEAN PERKINS WINS THE FIVE DOLLAR BAKING POWDER PRIZE The $5 cash prize given by the Capi tal News Publishing company for the best letter from a school child sotting forth the reasons why "Mother Liked Calumet Unking Powder Best," has been awarded by a committee to Ethel îean Perkin* of 1224 Hays street, Poise, a student of the sixth grade. Her letter Is ns follows: My Mother Uses Calumet Because it: C—osts less. A—11 particular people use it. L—ea venin# qualities are unequalled. U—nlted States food authorities ap prove it. M— eets all baking powder require ments. E—verybody praises it. T—ime saved when you use it. A competitor for the prize was Ray mond Griswold of the eighth grade of ! the Kenwood school at Nampa, whose i lector was one of the two selected by the committee from which to pick the winner. WOMAN CRIED WITH PAIN. Thousands of women work today while suffering from kidney or blad der ailments that can be relieved. Mrs. \j. Wavue, 2726 2rd St. Ocean Park, Cal., writes: "I had to sit down during my housework. My hack ach ed so, also my hip pained me so I used to cry out. the pain was so great. Now I am thankful to say that Foley Kidney Pills rid me of all my pain." Backache," sore muscles, stiff or swol len joints, rheumatic pains are indi cations of kidney trouble. Foley Kidney Pills are safe and reliable. They bring quick results. Whitehead's Drug store.—Adv. T th S. The manufacture and consumption of macaroni and vermicelli in Chino has reached enormous proportions and is still growing. of by I The CANDY Cathartic V CONSTIPATION 4Kc c Whole Tamily says: "TINE" of is Its your own ifyou get stung Nsjj says O Connor. "Your own horse sense ought to tell you what is the best value when a small chew of Real Grave ly tastes so good, and làsts so much longer than a big chew of ordinary plug." Good faite, imeller chew, longer life is whet makes Gen* uine Gravely cost less to chew than ordinery plug. Writs ts :— Genuine Gravely DANVILLE. VA. for booklet sn chewing plug Peyton Brand REAL CHEWING PLUG Plug packed in pouch. ATTENTION! Lawyers, Accountants, Corporation Executives And any one Interested in Corporation Income Tax Returns. Corporation Income and Profits Tax Returns REQUIRE MANY Supplemental Schedules and Balance Sheets No blank forms are furnished by the Government for this purpose. A publishing house In New York City under the direction of George C. Holton, Esq., of the New York Bar, an expert in Tax Lew. assisted by a staff of expert accountants, has just issued a complete set of some twenty-five Schedules and Balance Sheets, arranged in accord ance with Government requirements. The entire set is suitably indexed, printed in triplicate, and bound In book form, perforated so that any or all the forms may bo de tached. This provides an original to file with return, a copy to retain nnd a triplicate for working sheet purposes. It also includes a work sheet which gives an accurate and Ingenious formula for computing the Corporation Tax. A SET OF' THESE FORMS, USED TO PREPARE AND FURNISH THE MASS OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE GOVERNMENT, WILL BE OB' GREAT ASSISTANCE TO TAX PAYERS AND WILL SIMPLIFY THE PREPARATION OF THIS MOST INTRICATE AND IMPORTANT RETURN. PRICE $3.00 PER SET FOR SALE BY The Capital News Pub. Go. 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