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a of of 8 Published Thursdays at Boise, Idaho •Subscription $1.00 per year Six months, 50c John Ai.dKN, Editor and Manager. Entered as second class matter at Boise, Idaho, August 7, 1913, under act of con gress of March 3, 1879. Business office Cor. 9th ai Phone 348. Main. THE RECALL ELECTION The citizens of Boise will undoubt edly sustain Mayor Robinson and Councilman Eivhelberger in the recall election to be held on Thursday next, as the opinion is almost universal that these officials have done nothing for which they should be recalled—and this is the sole issue. It is conceded on all hands that the officials have been honest and the only reason ad vanced for the recall is that their pol icy is not in harmony with the desires of the recallites. To remove the offi cials for this reason would be to force an election under the recall provision at any time which a few dissatisfied individuals might determine. For it is a certainty that the petitions would be signed whenever circulated and against any official. This is not the object nor the purpose of the recall law. The way to discourage the abuse of the law is to vote for the present incumbents so that the terms of office of city officials will be for a definite aitd determined period. There should be less factional dis he al is be is of putes in Boise and more united effort for the material advancement of the city. We have recently had an ex ample of united action in the passage of the good roads bond issue and the enthusiasm aroused in that contest would have carried our citizens on to other endeavors if it had not been for the turmoil of the recall election-» most inopportunely timed. Granted that a large number of our citizens may not be satisfied with the policy of the present officials; it must be conceded there is also a large element Ho uphold these officials. Under conditions those dissatisfied ' abide their time until a regu w*. such should lar elect ion, for it is a certainty that "ficials are chosen and the '~y of strict law enforce there would be a large of recalling the new ild be ceaseless agi if new ot. present poli, ment changed, element desirous men, and there wot tation. For these reasons . citizens of Boise will *t. present officials—and that will only he invoked in tl. when necessary to rid the city honest officials. That js its purv we believe the and by their the recall ç future of dis 'Ose. . BOI? e-winnemucca line ■ r' ,iat is interesting testimony that is being broughtout in San Francis to the value of the Western jj jj Pacific railway. A prominent railwa official testifies that in his opinion jü \ 1 co as 1 the road as it stands at present is worthless, but that if $18,000,001) are expended in the building of feeders the present value of the pxisting road could he safely put at $10,000,000. It would seem that the universal rec ognition of the necessity of feeders for the Western Pacific would make their building an assured fact as soon the company through reorganiza tion can command the I 1 i « 1 1 as necessary The addition of $10,000,000 funds. in value above the amount exuended I in the building of feeders would ap peal to capitalists. The interest of Boise in thematter is of the very greatest; for the feed would include the Boise-Winne mucca branch and would place this city on a main line, would shorten the distance to San Francisco by 600 miles and would open a large terri tory that would become tributary to this city. As the logic of the situ ation demands the construction of the road not only from Boise's standpoint but from the standpoint of the WesternPacific itself it would that work will be underway ers seem just assoon as the court proceedings over with and the company is in are position to obtain the funds. In the meantime our citizens should not overlook any opportunity to push the matter along. Its a good thing. Once more we call attention to the splendid support given to The Gem Worker by the business men of Boise evidenced by our advertising col The reason forthis support as umns lies in the loyalty of union members to their paper and the facj that the best publicity experts have as certained that the pulling power of a labor pzpcr is far in excess of that of a general newspaper according to circulation. Yqu can aid us in the upbuilding of The Gem Worker by advertisers. That is very patronizing our the way to do It. The growth and development of the union labor movement has been in harmony with the progress of man kind. The unorganized laborer is ab solutely at the mercy of the employ er, but the organized laborers are factors who must be dealt with upon a plain of equality. Join the union of youf craft, attend its meetings and "become a factor in the onward march of humanity. Former Senator Fred T. Dubois, who was a power in Idaho politics for more than twenty years, recently un derwent a serious operation at the Mayo sanitarium for a malignant throat trouble. In recent wears, 1)1 r. Dubois has maintained only a voting residence in Idaho, living for the most part in Washington, D. C. In the Oregon primaries Justice Charles E. Hughes received a major ity of the votes cast in the Republican primaries for the Presidential nomi nation. His nearest competitor was Senator Cummins, of Iowa. Former Senator Burton, of Ohio, was a poor third. W. J. Bryan has enlivened the po litical situation by a public assertion that he has reached the point where he can no.longer co-operate with any political party that does not advocate national prohibition. On June 7th the Republican nation al convention will meet in Chicago and at the present writing one guess is as good as another as to who will be the noimnee. Just as soon as the recall election is out of the way there should be united effort upon the part of all of our citizens for the material up building of Boise. STEEL ORDERS DOUBLE New York—For third time this year the monthly statement of unfilled or decs of United States Steel Corpora tion, issued last week, broke all rec ords. On April 30 the orders stood at 9,829,651 tons, an increase of 498, 550 tons over those on March 31, which broke the previous high rec ord of 8.508,966 tons on February 29. The unfilled orders of the corpora tion have more than doubled in the year. How About That Spring Suit ? h; !" . - You'll all agree that it's high time you getting ready for summer, ft's a tainty that any man who has pride in his appearance and consideration for his comfort is going to buy a new suit some where and soon. WHERE SHALL YOU BUY IT? At the store that can and will give you the most for your money. We invite you to give this store the acid test. We invite you to come in and let us prove to your own satisfaction that n were sure cer K,Oi § jj jj jü 1 f ». l % V 1 y /i> 1 Yo u c an buy b etter clothes at the Gold en Rule tha n c an be found elsew here for the pr ice. I i E t i 1 i i l Z 1 « 1 1 : 1 ! i I $10 and $15 have become two of the most popular prices to pay for clothes in Boise because men have found out that if they buy at the Golden Rule, they can get All-Wool, well made clothes for these prices. Take for instance our "Golden Rule Special" suits at $10.00. Many a man has paid fifteen dollars for no better ones. In fact you are not buying a "$10 suit" when you buv one of these. Just bear in mind that we buy thousands of suits, for ten stores and sell every one for cash. Also remember that Golden Rule suits are the same price 365 days in the year. They are marked at rock-bottom prices at the beginning of the season. Don't let price prejudice you. The best and only way to judge clothing is to see it— feel it—and compare before you buy. We're glad to show you. 1 A: s \\ i ! (J* 5; ■ ^ » e llu . If! I «. , (K p G i NEW STRAW HATS BULL DOG SOCKS BIG IDAHO SHIRTS limon - Made Overalls Latest sailor shapes made of good looking, serviceable straws and finely woven—genuine leather swfeat band. A style for every man at only The working man's friend, cut full and roomy— made of long wear ing chambrays and black sateen. The best shirt in Idaho A medium heavy cotton sock, made from 2 thread spec ial spun yarn that wears. Colors, black or tan, price Made of heavy 1st quality, Indigo dyed denium—cut full and well made through out. The kind that are selling as high as one fifty; our price, a pair extra 15c 2 for 25c $1.00 50c 2 for 95c 90c I * SSHfiB02SKRgaKfi!SBaW!RK!BH tM MAK_E. IT RIGHTUaAi STORES* MAJESTIC THE THEATRE DIFFERENT I Friday & Saturday j By Whose Hand?" MATINEE 2 to 5:30 P. M. EVENING 7toH ; TO P, M. u A unique and mystifying melodrama, an unsolved mystery, an occa sion for you to sit on a jury. A picture so chuck full of melodramatic situation and incidents that it will keep your eyes on the scenes from beginning to end. FEATURING THREE GREAT STARS—EDNA WALLACE HOP PER—MURIELLE OSTRICHE CHARLES J. ROSS PATHE NEWS VAUDEVILLE MONDAY AND TUESDAY WILLIAM F^RNUM IN HALL CAINE'S MASTERPIECE The Bondsman" U ONE OF THE GREATEST PHOTOPLAYS OF THE PATHE NEWS DAY VAUDEVILLE SUMMER TERM m OPENS MONDAY, JUNE 5th i SPECIAL COURSES I i s WILL BE CONDUCTED IN Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Rapid Calculation Renmanship, Business and all Commercial Subjects. Credits made in the above subjects will be accepted by Boise High School VACATION PROFITABLY AND SHORTEN ^ IGH SCHOOL BY ATTENDING OUR SUMMER SCHOOL. WE CAN GIVE YOU JUST WHAT YOU WANT SPECIAL TUITION RATES One month, $12; two months, $20; three months, $25. Call, write or telephone for particulars. I ^ £ j §2 I j I â jg§ Link's Business College W. H. Coppedge, Manager 1015 Idaho Street L Phone 1055-J. Boise, Idaho. !V ■ Si I |(HINI)AIK)NST0N1 |Nrm5|UKK*ftUCŒ C yj a EQUAL TREATMENT -TO ALU SAFETY PERSONAL CONSERVATIVE i ATTENTION MANAGEMENT ENTERPRISIN&T MODERN SERVICE JSAPE6UAROJ CAREFUL LOANS T HE PROGRESSIVE MANAGEMENT of thii bank is proud of the fact that it is founded on certain STRONG FOUNDATION STONES, some of which the artist has drawn here. Our endeavor is to treat ALL CLASSES ALIKE with banking EFFICIENCY and SAFETY. We try to lend money on all DESERVING ENTERPRISES and extend FINANCIAL SERVICE of ALL KINDS to the business men of this territory. We are glad to do business here. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SERVE YOU. Overland National Bank For Wholesome Baking use, of course CRESCENT BAKING POWDER The pure powerful leavener that produces wholesome re sults—light, flaky, delicious— Endorsed by experts 25 cents per pound CRESCENT MFC CO. Seattle. Wash. \ I / H. A. ALDEN 823J4 Main Street Attorney at Law and Notary Public SUMMONS (For Publication) In the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho in and for Ada County. Anna Noble, as Excciu ) trix of the last will and ) testament of Robert Noh-j le , deceased, ) Plaintiff, ) > VS. Asaph D. Clark. R. B. Hill.) C. H. Turner, The George-) A. Anderson Co., a cor- ) poration, W. H. Gibberd, ) The Pacific National Bank,) a corporation, and George ) Green, Trustee in ) Bankruptcy, ' v Defendants. ) The State of Idaho Sends Greetings: To Asaph D. Clark, R. B. Hill, C. H. Turner, The George A. Anderson Company, a corporation, W. H. Gib berd, The Pacific National Bank, a corporation, and George W. Green, Trustee in Bankruptcy, the above named Defendants. / You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Third Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada, by the above named plaintiff. This action is brought to foreclose two certain real estate mortgages, one for the sum of $15,000 with interest thereon from the 22nd day of April, 1913, $248.93, taxes paid by the said Plaintiff and interest thereon, and for $1500 atorney's fees on the said al leged First Cause of Action, and for the sum of $7266.88 with interest -hereon from the 8th day ofOctober, 1913, and'$800 atorney's fees on the said alleged Second Cause of Action, and for costs of suit, all of which will more fully appear in the Complaint on file herein, to which reference is made. And you are hereby directed to ap pear and answer the said complaint within twenty days of the service of this summons, if served within said Judicial District, and within forty days if served elsewhere; and you arc furth er notified that unless vou so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of said District Court, this 8th day of April, 1916. (SEAL) STEPHEN UTTER, Clerk. By B. CLYDE EAGLESON, Deputy. Plaintiff, J. L. Niday, Attorney for Residence at Boise, Idaho. i Troy Laundry Co,. Phone 810 1418 Grove St. / \ Êb 11 in .j in j SPRING HOUSE CLEANING You will save time, trouble and worry by sending your lace curtains and other laundry to us. Don't try to do it yourself, the work is too hard. We employ experts who will see that your work is done better than you can get it elsewhere. k Graves Drayage Furniture Moving STORAGE All Kinds of DRAYING & STORING Motor truck for moving Pianos 215 South 10th Street. PHONE 180 MORLER'S CYCLER Y Agent for Indian Motorcycles .and all leading Bicyclea. Motor Cycle and Bicycle Repairing a Specialty. 211-213 North Ninth Street DR. C. K. AH FONG Pioneer Chinese Physcian Who has successfully cured mil lions of Nature's complaints with Nature s own remedies during his 46 years' practice in Idaho. Every case under his personal care and supervision. All remedies prepared according to needs of patients. Consultation Free Pulse Diagno sis 5Dc Office 210 N. 7th St. Telephone 2201 -W P. O. Box 183 Boise, Idaho NOTICE TO, CREDITORS Estate of Samuel R. McLeran, de ceased. ' Notice is hereby given by the dersigned Mary H. McLeran, execu trix of the estate of Samuel R. Mc Leran. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executrix, at the office of C. S. Hunter, No. 527-8 Idaho Building, Boise, County of Ada, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated May 19th, 1916. MARY H. McLERAN, un ♦ Executrix.