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ATTORENYS AT LAW.
' K. I. PERKY ATTORNEY AT LAW Room* 1-4 Baak Bld». Bol»«, Idaho J. L. NIDAY ATTORNEY AT LAW Room 8* Falk Bid«. Boise, Idaho Jeu B. Hawley fas, H. Hawley W. H. Puckett HAWLEY, PUCKETT 4 HAWLEY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Room. B to IB Old I. O. O. f. Block »OISE, IDAHO JACKSON & TAYLOR LAWYERS Orville E. Jackson, specialties, torpor ütion and mining law, mining patents. B. E. Taylor, general law practice. Office rooms 10, 11 and 12, Falk Building. IRA E. BARBER ATTORNEY AT LAW Ro«rs 1 Merino Block ^oise, Idaho S. H. HAYS KC TORNEY AT LAW Bo ** City National Bank Bldg, Boite, Idaho D. T, MILLER ATTORNEY AT LAW Room 835 Yatei Bldg., Boise, Idaho CHAS. CLIFTON attorney at law Room. 4 and 5 Union Block Boise, Idaho Both Phones KARL PAINE attorney at law Rooms 27-28 Falk Blk. Boise, Idaho W. H. SAVIDGE lawyer General Practice Boise, Idaho 31* McCarty Bldg. Boise, Idaho NORMAN M. RUICK ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms 305-309 Overland Bldg Boise. Idaho P. E. CAVANEY lawyer Practice* in all Courts Room 452 Yales Building B. P. BRADFORD attorney at law Rooms 324-328 Overland Block Boise, Idaho LAWYERS Sonna Building, Boise, Idaho. OUVSK O. HACA RICHARDS & HAGA ATTORNEYS at law F irst National Bank Bldg. Boise, Idaho j. H *1CHA*IIS j- p. POPE * P. »ARNSS POPE & BARNES ATTORNEYS AT LAW 817 Sonna Building. Boise, Idaho. CARL A. DAVIS ATTORNEY Mode Building. THE IDAN-HA CHAS. H. GROUT, Manager POLITICAL and SOCIAL CENTRE OF IDAHO A modern, Handsomely equipped and flrat-class hotel. Opened January 1901. IDAN-HA HOTEL CO., Ltd., Props Arch Cunningham & Co. Job Printing Legal Blanks Office Supplies Book Binding Books - Stationery s <: 910 Main Sr., Boise, Idaho «OISE LABORATORIES COMPANY E. e. GEIGE, Mûr. ASSAYERS, METALLURGISTS, CHEHgTS 227 SOUTH TENTH STREET BOISE, IDAHO PARTICULAR PEOPLE COME 10 US Th*y dou't come to us though becaiia« are nice fellow« or because we have a very fine sture , but they do come here bscaJ.t we have the good, of a different quality to what ci i ) chased in »tores. wt I l mo« McCrum 3c Deary druggists BOOKS AND MUSIC. BOISE BOOK & MUSIC CO., Ltd. Books, Stationery, Printing, Fancy and Sporting Goods, Toys, Office and School Supplies, 719 MAIN ST. - BOISE, IDAHO BLUE PRINTING. IDAHO ELECTRIC BLUE PRINTING CO Blue, White and Brown PRINTS Continuous Prints of Any Length. 25 Shaw Block, Boise, Idaho. BELL PHONS 833. PLUMBING AND HEATING. Liberty Plumbing and Heating Co. STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Boise, Idaho 1108 Main St. PROMPT DELIVERY Is an essential element of suc cess in the Grocery trade. It is one of the points in which we take great pride and our well sustained reputation in this regard constant ly brings us new customers, while being an important factor in hold ing old ones, goods are standard quality—the very best of all brands and our prices are most reasonable. Sat isfaction in goods, prices and ser vice guaranteed. Of course our BOISE MERCANTILE £0., 712 IDAHO STREET. The Idaho Hardware & Plumbing Co. CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF HARDWARE EXPERT PLUMBING A SPECIALTY 712 Idaho Both Phon« Suppress the Riot (Denver News.) Senator Henry Cabot Dodge talked at a dinner in New York last week, about the extravagance propriations and the inefficient and complicated methods ot transact g public business. T . This is testimony from an expert. Mr Dodge was congress twenty-four years ago and he has been m cont ()n For seventeen years lie has been a senatoi , < important committees, and always one of the New )V f m ent which has controlled the senate and directed the legislative chamber of commerce f national ap ■ > elected to vice since. of the country. . , . Mr. Dodge came to the senate just before the 1 ? Cleveland's second administration. During the four years, from March, 1893, to March 1897, the expenditures of the nati g were $1,758,902,492. Twelve years later, during the second term of Roosevelt—from 1905 to 1909—the appropriations rs ere 982,810. 87. And for the current year alone, the hist ot administration, the appropriations are $1,098.847,DM In twelve years-fr. Cleveland's finsh ... RM or temporary retirement —the expenditures "/ ,lc ' 'i._ ment more than doubled! And unless there shu »■ a sharp and efficient—the next administration alter t ie pr - see the Cleveland appropriations quadrupled; and all within ha , of years! The mad money spending of the nation is îmitiated >y m the states and municipalities; until the citizen feels that lie wild whirl of governmental grab and squander. There is no need to look further for one of the causes g Taxation, direct and indirect, diffuses itself over the whole prices. range of transactions. Taking The total for nation, state and local; and die averag for every niän, woman and child in Denver is about -, - P 1 when that amount is imposed upon the consuming power ot the in dividual, the burden becomes positively threatening. Senator Dodge does well to become repentant, am i monition which lie utters—as a confession, and pi omise o 1 ' we hope—may lie as valuable as if it came from some one who had through the years fought for economy in governmental collect from the people. , And now that one of the chief apostles of national waste has come to the mourner's bench; this seems like a gooi oppot uni > for President Taft to stop the reckless increases and even to returr to something like reason in the expenditures. He wanted to effect economics last winter, but congress was o headstrong. It was under the momentum which was imparted in the preceding years ; it was set upon carrying out a liberal policy and he was powerless—except by the use of the veto, which weapo| he ha§ not yet learned to swing with a free light hand. , Congress will he more amenable to the counsels of prudendj The hopeful Democrats will not dare to cj; operate in extravagances; and the chastened Republicans will ei pect by twelfth hour repentance to save their party from utter cot demnation. . . ,, J | This final session of the Sixty-first congress might as well J gin die retrenchment. It will thereby save an accentuation of fe contract which soon must appear. The Sixty-second congress j ■ lie controlled in both houses by Progressive Democrats and lnf gent Republicans. One of the cardinal tenets of this combinations that wasteful expenditure, which follows undue collection ot f ., also preceds or accompanies corruption in public life ; and fat moral's and business sense demand a retrenchment. _ i make the treasuries fat ; and thetjhe when it convenes. enues The people are pillaged to treasuries are pillaged to enrich the machines. I To exterminate this viper of evils is the work to whiclfhe ; confess united Progressives are pledged, might as well accustom the country to a reduction in the size Jtlie pork barrel. Economy in the cost of government .national and local, reflected immediately in a lowering of the cost of living. If that sum of $42 which is imposed upon every human 1 the cost of the mere license to live, could be /t to the be ire in Denver, as $2 1 : the reduction would make for better government and comfort of individual existence. Like other riots, that of mad public expenditure, must I sup pressed. Convicts as road Builders (Louisville Courier-Journal. ) Bad roads and bad schools make convicts, make good roads, making it easier for children to get to scl'J. and : making it possible to consolidate schools and improve the til's op portunities for securing an education? In the current issue of "Southern Good Roads" thq appear articles in which the question of whether convict labor used on public roads is mooted. "Southern Good Roads'jqvs edi-j toriallv : Why shoyi't we uld be "Whenever a State decides to use its convicts in thpnstnic -1 tion of public roads it is absolutely necessary, if the State the best results, that the control of such work shall he a State | 'I'llis commissijhould be i obtain i commission composed of competent men. the highway commission and should not only have co/>l of the j State convicts that work on the public roads, but shou/dso have j the con-1 supervision of the work of county convicts that are ui trol of county authorities* It is also necessary that theThould be] some State supervision of the convict camps as to tr sanitary condition, character of food for the convicts, etc., and f supervis- I ion should be made by someone from the State Board ofplth office. : It is necessary that we consider the humanitarian Side </'>s matter, and we believe that life in the convict road camp whicr governed and kept up according to certain definite rules regardit/W physical ; and moral health of the convict is more conducive to nfaining and j than where I building up the general health and manhood of the con he is confined behind prison walls." A contributor to "Southern Good Roads," M*PO°n. State ; Highway Engineer for North Carolina shows how if building in t labor, and ! his State has been successfully accomplished with cc expresses the opinion that the health of convicts, the /' of society. ; ners out 'of anti the good of the State are served by taking prison walls and employing them on the highways. When a man is convicted of crime the law doe/ 1 contemplate J sentencing him to tuberculosis, but conditions are su constructed and over-crowded penitentiaries tha sentenced to tuberculosis when they are sent to/ penitentiary. Labor in the sushine and pure air is much more health and self-respect than work within the pe convicts such employment fits Letter with the mod proper treatment of the erring brother than kt amid depressing and insanitary surroundings. / With convicts steadily employed paving the / hom the cabin and farmhouse to the school house there m.ghJMore reformed criminals in the present generation and fewer crif n future gener atIons - I many poorly mv men are j ucive to good 1 Giving nary, leory as to the , f him indoors The Best Place To Have Gold Jewelry Made IS AT FOWLER 9 S The Watch Man i j 101U Main Street *++4.*++*+****+**+******+******++++*+***++*****+++m4 THE BANK OF IDAHO. 1 S O o THE SAVING HABIT. o o Permanent prosperity is the result of the Saving Habit. To secure independence, practice simple economy, and by all means start a bank ac count. o o Boise and we can suit you. y OU CAN BUY OF US WITH RENTAL PAYMENTS AND When you have saved a few dollars come in and see us and open an account and start yourself on the road to permanent prosperity. ÛÛ CO 1HE BANK ÖF IDAHO. [«■I I«] ■ Hi 50 Modern Bungalows and Cottages for Sale Like Rent These Bungalows and Cottages are located in different parts of Prices from $1500.00 to $7,000.00 GET THE ADVANCE IN PRICE ALSO J, E. Schooler's, Agency REAL ESTATE LOANS AND FIRE INSURANCE 324-326 Overland Block. Bell Phone 358. Ind. Phone 658. | I G. W. FLETCHER. President. H. J. DICK, Cashier. I Baxter's Foundry & Machine shoos Iron and Brass Castings of every descrip tion. Repairing of all kinds a specialty. A full and complete stock of Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys, Journal Boxes, Collars, Steam Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, Etc. : IDAHO BOISE, W. H. R1DUNBAUGH, Ol LUMBER DtflLER O flu Kinds oî Building Material. | i i j j I : Fourth and Main Streets, ; j I Boise, Idaho. SCHREIBER & SIDENFADEN FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALHERS Finest Establishment and Funeral Chapel in the State h one of the finest equipped laundries in the West Since putting new machinery they are equipped for handling all kinds of work, also ac din e to the capacity of their plant Send your family washing here and J he beautiful work they are doing I G ('RAY Prop. 1500-150, ; Main St Beli 141 ' PRIVATE AMBULANCE Bell Phone 130 609-611 Bannock Street THE IDAHO STEAM LAUNDRY in the Ind. 63