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About the neatest piece of statesmanship mingled with shrewd politics that has come to notice lately is Ilyod-George's budget pre sented to the English parliament. The lords, landed proprietors and their newspaper organs have been clamoring for more battleshins Lloyd-George, as Chancellor of the Exchequer, brings in a budget providing for six more ships of the Dreadnaught class and then pr poses a scheme of taxation that will fall almost exclusively of lords will do in the matter. They can not accept the battleship prol vided they will pay for them. I he house of commons will stand by the Llvod -George program and it remains to lie seen what the house of lords will do in the matter. ■ I upon They can accept the battleship pro gram and reject the plan of taxation for the house of commons so loudly for the ships that they can hardly refuse to take them, although to do s a scheme of taxation that will ultimately throw the burden ernment upon the hitherto privileged class. ould not concur and they have clamored w >o means of gov It is .indeed, a shrewd stroke of statesmanship and mark< the dawning of a new era in the British isles. We clean Panamas. First-Class Work. Idaho Street. Bell Phone 1215-Red. O. K. Hattery, 1013 Ellis Addition The Best and Cheapest Buy in Boise Addition Property. Plenty of Good Lots Still Left. J* > > > PRICES $150 PER LOT AND UP Any Terms You Want W. E. PIERCE & CO. WE HAVE The bargains THE OLD RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS We clean Panamas. First-Class Idaho Street. Bell Phone 1215-Red. TAILORS AND CLEANERS. JOHN BRANDE L, MERCHANT TAILOR. 426 Overland Bldg. Our Spring Suits are Ring Leaders. EUGENE WACKEROW Cleaning, Tailoring, Repairing Comer 10th 923 Idaho Street New York Hat Works and Pressary Merchant tailoring a specialty. Club rates 11-50 per month. POTTER & MORTENSEN. Props. 105 N. 11th street. Bell phone 773-x l ake your clothes to The Pantorium For renovation. Firet class c pressing and repairing. 6n Main. d 590. Bell 1025 -b. ning I CONCERT FALKMERCANTILECO. Saturday Night, 7:45 to 9:15 o'clocK y y Breach's Orchestra n ..Hearn 1. Two Step—"Futurity" "The Broken Idol 2. Selection Van Alvstyne Mann 3. Waltz—"Thoughts of Love 4. Selection—"The Girl and the Governor Edwards 5. Intermezzo—"The Lady Chaffeur Hank 6. Medley—"Steam's Glittering Glow Worm" . La Forge 7. Reverie—"Melody of Love Fuglemann 8. Selection (request)—"The Prince of I il sen" . . Luders 9. Two Step—"Dixie Land I Love \ou Aver Everybody Welcome Work. O. K. Hattery-, Hl 13 THE 0. K. HATTERY. Hilts cleaned, blocked and retrimmed. Ladies' and gentlemen's clothine cleaned, pressed and repaired. All work guaranteed, Bell Phone 1215-Red 1013 IDAHO STREET, BOISE, IDAHO. FRENCH STEAM, DYING AND CLEANING WORKS. All kinds of Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Clothing, Gloves, Neckties. blankets, Lace Curta ns, Fans and Draperies. All work guaranteed. U. LANLANDE, Proprietor 912 .Tefferson St. Bell 847 K Ind. 832 J. Satisfactory CLEANING AND PRESSING AT THE UNIQUE Phones—Bell 753-blk. Ind. 51-j.l Main. 508, A. M. Wallace, Prop. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE .BOISE CITIZEN SELL OR TRADE. We sell Homestead Relinquishments We sell land and City property. We will loan your money for you. We will trade your property. We want you to see us for a deal W. T. HARBERT CO 327 Sonna Blc. Boise, Idaho. m , Idaho Sheet" anamaS ' First-Class Work. Bell Phone 1215-Red. O. K. Hattery, 1013 _ * » * le P w CD O £ in £ o' m o M* O £ ►A , i o 3 P | a >* in 2 p I* O £ P 3 o £ O £ © Ü O P n STATE DIRECTORY. U. S. Senators—Weldon B. Heyburn, W. E. Borah. Congress—Thos. R. Hamer. Governor—James H. Brady. Sec. of State—Robt. Lansdon. Auditor—Stephen Taylor. Atty. General—Daniel McDougal. Lieut. Governor—L. H. Sweetser. Treasurer—Chas. A. Hastings. Inspector of Mines— F. S. Moore. Supt. of Schools—S. Belle Chamberlain. Supreme Court Justices— Jas. F. Ailshie, I. N. Sullivan, Geo. H. Stewart. RAILROADS. OREGON SHORT LINE TRAINS. GOING EAST. Trains leave Boise at— No. 160—2:50 a. m., connects with No. 8. No. 162—5:10 a. m., connects with No. 12. No. 168—1:30 p. m., connects with No. 6. GOING WEST. No. 160—2:50 a. m., connects with No. 7. No. 166—12:40 p. m., connects with No. 5. No. 170—10:45 p m., connects with No. 11. The time of arrival of trains connecting with through trains in Boise is as follows: FROM THE WEST. No. 161—4:50 a. m., after connecting with No. 8. No. 163—7:00 a. m., after connecting with No. 12. No. 169—3:30 p. m., after connecting with No. 6. FROM THE EAST. 4:50 a. m., after connecting with No. 7. No. 161 No. 167—2:30 p. m., after connecting with No. 5. No. 171—12:35 a. m., after connecting with No. 11. The official schedule is as follows: ARRIVAL AT NAMPA—WESTBOUND. No. 7— "Chicago-Portland Limited," 3:50 a. m. No. 5—"Oregon Express," 1:40 p. m. No. 11—"Pacific Express," 11:45 p. m. ARRIVAL AT NAMPA—EASTBOUND. No. 8—"Chicago-Portland Limited," 3:50 a. m. No. 12—"Atlantic Express," 6:15 a. m. No. 6—"Eastern Express," 2:40 p. m. TRAINS LEAVING BOISE. No. 160—2:50 a. m. No. 162—5:10 a. m. No. 166—12:40 p. m. No. 168—1:30 p. m. p. TRAINS ARRIVING AT BOISE. No. 161—4:50 a. m. No. 163—7:00 a. m. No. 167—2:30 p. m. No. 169—3:30 p. m. No. 171—12:35 a. m. IDAHO NORTHERN RAILWAY. ..iv. Nampa ar. .ar. Murphy lv.. . .lv. Nampa ar. lv. Middleton ar . .ar. Emmett lv.. STAGE LINE. .5:15 p. m. 11:45 p. m. .5:15 p. m. .4:50 p. m. .3:45 p. m. Arrives ,12:00 m. .6:30 p. m. 8:55 a. m. 11:20 a. m. 1:55 p. m. 2:10 p. m 3:15 p. m. Leaves 12:30 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Murphy. . Silver. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Auditor and Clerk— W. L. Cuddy. Treasurer—Mary A. McGrevv. Assessor—Stephen Utter. Sheriff—James Bennett. Probate Judge—Harry Leonard Attorney—Chas. McCarthy. ' Supt. of Schools—Ivy M. Wilson. Surveyor—Frank W. Almond. Coroner—Adolph Schreiber. Commissioners—D. H. Moseley, Alfred P. Burns, W. H. Thompson. INTERURBAN LINES. BOISE VALLEY RAILWAY. VALLEY LINE—Leaves Boise week days, 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 1:00, 3:00, 5:40, 7:30, 11:30 p. m.; leave Meridian 6:15, 8:00, 10:00 a. m., 12 noon, 2:00, 4:00, 6:40, 8:45 p. m. SUNDAYS—Leave Boise 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 11:30 p. m., leave Meridian, Sun days, 8:00, 10:00, 12:00 a. m., 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:45 p. m. SOUTH BOISE—Leave station quarter before and quarter after each hour from 7:15 a. m. MORRIS HILL CEMETERY AND FAIR GROUNDS—Leave station first car 6:30 a. m., then at quarter after each hour, until last car at 11:15 p. m., every day. BOISE & INTERURBAN RAILWAY COMPANY, LIMITED. 6:40, 8:15***, 9:30*, 10:45, 12 m. and 1:15*, 2:30, 3:45, 5:00*, 6:15, 7:30, 8:45**, 10:00 p. m. Cars leave Caldwell for Boise: 6:30, 7:55**, 9:10, -0:25, 11:40 a. m., and 12:55, 2:10, 3:25*, 4:40. 5.55, 7:10**, 8:25, 9:40 p. m. •'•Baggage and express to Middleton. ••Through express only. •Baggage and express. Trains arrive in Boise at— CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor—Joseph T. Pence. City Attorney—Frank B. Kinyon. City Engineer— L. I. Baldwin. City Clerk—Mrs- E. L. Savidge. City Supt. of Schools—C. S. Meek. City Treasurer—Mrs. Leonard Logan. Chief of Police— W. N. Reeves. Police Justice—Willard White. Chief of Fire Dept.—Harry W. Fulton. City Physician—Wm. F. Smith. Street Commissioner— S. E. Burnham. Health Officer—M. S. Parker. Sexton— L. T. McColm. Pound Master—Henry Swanholm. Plumbing Inspector—J. F. Shellworth. City Weigh Master—George Gumbert. City Councilmen—J. A. Blomquist, Robt. Aikman. W. S. Walker, Ernest McAuley. Board of Public Works—John McMillan, president ; A- J- Wiley, S- H. Hays. Cars leave Boise for Caldwell : Dire prohhesies are now made by Washington correspondents to the effect that the Republican party will lose the next congressional elections and that the next house will lie Democratic. The people lean not be longer fooled by the protestations of an organization that permits Senator Aldrich to w rite the tariff bill. The pledge of the Republican party to reduce the tariff was a mighty factor in secur ing the election of President Taft and the people are growing too independent in thought and action to l)e longer humbugged. The tariff must go. and any tariff is a cheat and a humbug that permits the favored interests to enjoy special privilegts; and it is the big in terests that are writing the tariff law acting through their faithful lieutenant. Senator Aldrich. \\ e give considerable space to the new English legislation as showing the tendency of that great empire to shift the burden of go\ ernment from the backs of the people to the wealthy class. There is food for thought by American statesmen in this direction. A splendid mineral exhibit is being installed in the Booster's club room on Tenth street, near Grove, culutral exhibit will follow later. An agricultural and horti ZÜRCHER BROTHERS Dealers in High Class Groceries LET US FIGURE ON YOUR LARGE ORDERS 13th & Grand Sts., Boise Idaho Bell Phone 1299-Black Ind. Phone 304-1 EMPIRE Means the best of flour, canned vege tables and fruits. Sold exclusively at the BOSTON GROCERY Phone—Bell 286 black. Ind. 9. 1008 Main Street The Roma Beauty Parlors Bush Block, Cor. 7th and Idaho Sts., Boise, Idaho. UP-TO-DATE BEAUTY PARLORS IN ALL LINES OE THE WORK. j Electrolysis a Specialty. Hair Work Done and a Full Line of Hair Goods Carried. Bell Phone 505 L. Ind. Phone 580 J. WHITE AS SNOW. free from all specks or wrinkles, is the way we turn out linen. Have you no ticed the domestic finish we give? Try it and see how durable it is; notice how long it keeps its finish. We study to please our customers. We please thv. most exacting We can please you We use natural hot water exclusively which positively prolongs life of all goods thirty per cent. <cr m 3 American Laundry Co. 14th & Grove Sts. Bell Phone 41 Ind. Phone 141 SHAW LUMBER CO. COAL AND WOOD. Cement, Lime, Doors, Windows, etc. R. S. SHAW. Manager. _ — So. 9th St. on R. R. Both Phones No. 60. Zimmerman THE PRACTICAL HATTER Makes Your Old Hat New 611 Main St. Boise, Idaho VIOLIN FACTORY Phillip O. Anderson High Grade Violins and Other Instruments Made to Order ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING AND ADJUSTING FINE OLD VIOLINS AND ALL OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS General and Artistic Cabinet WorK BOISE, IDAHO 233 S. TENTH ST.