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Society Notes
The vacationist has at last return
ed from the mountains, healthy and
brown and the college men and wo
men are making their final prépara- j
tions for leaving, so that the social
calendar has been sadly neglected
this week; but with the coming of the
fall a new inspiration will be given
the hostess and soon the social ac
full
tivities will l.e once more in
swing.
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Pretty Dancing Party
About 30 couple enjoyed the hospi
tality of Miss Ruth Stamper at her
beautiful home on the Mesa Satur
day. The evening's
took the form of dancing and the
happy couples whirled to the pretty
modern dances until 11:30 when a
refreshing buffet luncheon was serv
entertainment
ed.
Golden glow made the house look
very pretty in the yellow color
scheme.
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Enjoyable Kensington
Mrs. H. D. Page entertained a few
of her friends Friday afternoon at a
rery pleasant kensington. Cover
sation and music made the afternoon
a most enjoyable one. Light refresh
ments were served.
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Tuesday morning Mrs. M. E. Sar-j
gent, her two sons, Mr. Verne Leon-j
ard and Mr. Reginald Leonard and j
Mrs. G. 1.. Knight left for Pocatello, 1
making the trip in an automobile.
They will visit Mrs. Sargent's daught
er, Mrs. Lem Adams and will he gone
about a week.
Automobile Trip
Golden Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Baldwin held
open house for their friends from two
until six o'clock Wednesday in honor
of their fiftieth wedding anniversary, j
Their home in thirteenth street was [
very prettily decorated in the rich [
colors of the golden glow and potted j
plants greatly enhanced the beauty of j
the pretty home.
Many friends and relatives have
from their various homes to
come
celebrate with Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin.
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500 Party
Miss Irene Visser entertained a few
of her friends at a 500 party Friday
The decorations
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same color i
evening.
pink and white and the
scheme was carried out in the* Urn- j
cheon which was served at the card ■
tables.
returned ;
Ferguson
Mr. Wj|1iani
from a fishing trip in the mountains, j
Society Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson have re
turned from Atlanta, where Mr. Rich- j
ardson has had charge of the Boise
They are staying at
Rochester mine.
the Bristol Hotel until a few changes
be made in their home. They
were accompanied to Boise by
Ephei Prey.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCleary have
returned from a honey moon trip thru
the Twin Falls country bv automo
can
Mrs.
bile.
Mr. Keith Swanholm left Tuesday
10 days vacation at Twin ;
for a
Springs.
Mrs. Sarah Brumm left Saturday
vhere she is visiting.
for Cambridge
Mr. and Mrs. William Kckles.
Miss Bessie Reel returned Thurs
day from a visit with relatives in Ok
lahoma.
Miss Albertina Johnston is ill at
the hospital with typhoid fever.
Miss Marie Miller left Tuesday for
San Diego. California, where she will
study to be a nurse.
Mr. H. D. Foote has returned from
a visit with his people in the New
England states and has gone on a
hunting trip with Mr. A. B. Zu I avern.
before the opening of the fall term at
High School.
Mrs. Frank Hauon of Ferguson and
Madeline have
her little daughter
gone to La Grand to spend a week,
from there they will continue their
trip to Pendleton where they will re
main until after the round-up.
Mrs. Ray N. Castle and son. Ray
mond, returned Sunday from a week's
/isit with Mr. Castle's parents at
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Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Fillmore Ocker, and
son left this morning for their home
in Sweet, after spending a few days
Ocker's mother,
Mrs.
with Mrs.
ßnapp. . .
Mrs. I. V. Sater is entertaining
her mother-in law, Mrs. I. H. Sater
of Orfordville, Wisconsin, and Miss
Adelle Sater of Helena
Mrs. Sater will visit in Boise until
fall and Miss Sater will return to her
home in Montana this next week.
Montana.
The banks at Caldwell have refused
accept deposits of county funds on
which they have to pay 2 3-4 per cent
interest because they say that they
than they can
to
have more money
£indle and cannot afford to pay inter
est on surplus funds. >
brevities of city ,
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The man who held up Mr. Ester- |
.brook has not yet been apprehended
a ]th OU gi, several parties claim to have
se en him during the past week. He
was well known in the basin country ,
"here he went by the name of Hall.
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Freight rates- from California to
points in Idaho have been ' reduced
from $2,176.00 per car load of 40 tons
to $1,880.00 per car.
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Rumania has entered the war on
the side of the allies and as they
-an muster half million men and are
ocated on the border of Austria, they
will become a strong factor in the
European struggle.
President Wilson has made an ap
peal to congress to take immediate
steps to pass legislation to prevent
the great railroad strike now pending!
[and it is probable that action will be
taken before the end of the week.
The second Idaho regiment have \
returned from their trip to fort Hua- ,
chuca and are again located at their
old camp at Nogales.
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William C. Shangle died at a bos- j
pital Tuesday from blood poisoning
contracted by a slight injury to the I
hand. He was 44 years of age and
leaves a wife and three children.
Twelve members of the second Ida
ho regiment have returned to Boise
under the order of the war depart
ment allowing, men with families de- j
pendent on them to return home and
will be discharged by Cap. Garber as
soon as the required examinations j
can be made.
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HAS THE CAPITAL
ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT
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your account.
Deposits received by mail
careful and prompt attention.
4-per cent interest paid on sav
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Greenhouse on Warm Springs Avenue
P. O. Box 672
Store 111 N. 8th St.
Boise Floral Co
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Florists and Decorators
Our Specialties— CKoice Cut Flowers, Floral Designs and ;
Decorations. Plants and Bulbs
10,000 Rose Plants for Spring and Fall Planting !
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The population of the United States
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was increased only 109,061 by ininii
gration during the year ending July 1,
1916.
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I The fire insurance agents have gone
on strike against the insurance trust
of San Francisco,
They claim that
the recent raise of from 10 to 20 per
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cent is without cause and that they
discrimina e by making different
rates on the same class of property.
Six cases of infantile paralysis have
developed m south eastern Idaho. J.
K- White state sanitary inspector has
gone to that part of the state to in
spect the sanitary conditions of the
towns in which cases have appeared.
The great railroad strike has been
ordered to go into effect on Monday,
|Sept. 4, labor day. It is expected
that the roads will be tied up until
\ congress can pass a law authorizing
tlie government to take them over and
set the wheels in motion,
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J. X. McBride and 'Manuel Azevedo
j were arrested at Nampa with a load of
whiskey and beer which they were
I bi inging from Nevada to Boise and
{which they claimed was for parties
living in this city,
over to the District court for trial.
They were bound
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At an election of the stockholders
in the Pioneer irrigation district Mon
j day it was voted to refund the out
standing bond issue of $189.200. The
voters rejected the proposition to is
j sue $79,980 bonds to improve the Phy
|llis canal.
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Extra Value for the Laboring
Man's Dollar at the Golden Rule ;
This store is the safest and best place for the working man to trade be
cause it is the surest place to saie money on everything every day in the
To save you money on dependable merchandise is the mission of The Gol
den Rule store. VV ç are doing our level best to sell
that represent the utmost in value.
This is one reason why the Golden Rule sells more workingmen's clothes
than any other store in Idaho, below are just a few of the values
give that can not be duplicated elsewhere for the money.
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All Wool Suits $10.95
Think of buying a strictly all-wool suit for $10.95 in these days of high priced
woolens uad scarcity of good dyes. Wool prices are the highest we can
ever remember, but regardless of this fact, we can sell a well made, all
wool, fast color suit that is guaranteed to give you your money's worth for
only $10.9a.
We have some good, all-wool suits at $10, too. They're our "Golden Rule
Special" suits which we have specialized on for several years.
At either of the above two prices, you are sure of making a saving of from
$2.50 to $5.00.
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This is one of the most remarkable overall values you probably have
been offered.
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Our Special Value Overalls at this price are Union Made and dyed with
genuine Indigo dyes that won't fade the first time they're washed. They
are made of a heavy grade of Blue Denim and are cut full and roomy.
WÉ SELL OSHKOSH UNION MADE, MILL SHRUNK OVERALLS
FOR $1.00 A PAIR. Thev are the one of the best standard makes known.
Why pay more than we ask.
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Soft White Shirts 50c
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Here is a special purchase of Union Made Shirts that should
appeal to men who are in need of good comfortable shirts
for every day or dress wear.
These are made of a very fine, soft, white mercerized cotton
with soft, lay-down collar arid soft cuffs. It's just the
thing to wear to the Labor Day picnic at Pierce Park.
They are trimmed with good pearl buttons and have pocket
and extension neck band. You'll say thery're some shirt
for 50c.
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A work sock value that is hard to equal. They
come in plain brown with white toes and heels
or in gray or-brown mixt. Made without a seam
BULL DOG SOX, 2 for 25c j
For dress or everyday wear; colors black or
brown. They're a medium weight sock, made
of long fibre cotton with linen heels and toes
—great for wear.
Cone'* Work Shirts 50c
They're entirely out of the ordinary 50c work
shirt class because so much better. The mater
ials are heavy, gray and mue chambray that
give great service and they are cut extra large
and long to give the room a workming man
needs.
They are Union Made which assures the very
best of workmanship throughout.
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This Year on Monday, September 4th
means that you will have a better
time than ever before. Fine Picnic Grounds,
Lots of Room, Fine Boating. Special
Program of Speaking and Sports has been
arranged for. See the Official Program
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