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I V. ATTORNEYS. If i C. b. HUNTER, 527-8 Idaho Bldg. GEORGE K. RUST, 366 Sonna Bldg, tt LUCAS & MCADAMS, 609 Overland, tf j C H LlngciHolter. 301-3 Idaho Bldg, tl | — ■ . —■ - J. BOGART. Attorney. Overland blk tt CLINTON H. HART SON. Idaho Bldg. Blk. tf 1 263 Sonna B. F. NEAL, 201-26: b I n itt & HEAL Y . EMPIRE BLDG. J. F. COi VIN, 4-6 Merino Bldg. u OPPENHEIM & HODGIN, *03-4-6. Idaho Bldg. tr J. R. GOOD. Attorney, Room 302, Sonna Building. Phone 319-VV. ! RICHARDS tk HAGA, lawyers, fifth, floor, Idaho Buullding. tf ; it hUüH E. Mcelroy, Attorney, suite 609, Empire Building. tf „ I tf I C. E. WINSTEAD, 317 Idaho Bldg. WM. C. DUNBAR, 321 IDAHO BLDG. tl ! ~ CLAUDE W. GIBSON, General Law and Land Practice, Mode Bldg. BARBER & DAVIDSON, Lawyers. 323 327 Idaho Building. WYMAN & WYMAN, Attorneys, _ mis BUseCity National Bank Bldg, tf ; if tf I 1ARTIN & MARTIN, Attorney«-at 352 Sonna Buullding. tt lu w. room S T. SCHRIEBER, the collection at torney, 419 Iciah Building. tf . GENERAL LAW PR At 324-308 McCarty Bund le. 1. PERK rooms tng, Telephone 160. cice, tf ACCOUNTANTS BOISE AUDIT CO., C. VAN DBUSEN. Box 1143; expert accountant; seien-! Phones 230 and tide 1747-J. sysiemizer. if ARCHITECTS : B. MORGAN N1BBET, ARCHITECT. BUldin; tf : J. rnone Hah fl OURTELLOTT * I I chitects, oftice on second floor over L iund Building tf AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES BAT- j AND IGNITION TEKY CO.. 125 S. 11th, phone 284-J.I W ESTERN tf AUTO TOPS. maker in Only first-class auto '.op Atkins. 127 S. 11th. tf AUTOMOBILE PAINTING. tt W. A. MASi'N I'M. 112.7 Idaho Si. ■= ASSAYER3 BOISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, AS sayers and chemists. A. G. VanEman Manager, SU7 Idaho St., Phono 304. tf BOISE LABORATORIES CO., C. W. llarkinson, ussayer and chemist, 227 S. ICth Street. tt ABSTRACTS 3G1SE TITLE & TRUST ÇO.. IDAHO Bldg. Phone 474. tf BARBER SHOP. HURRY BACK, 120 N. 7th. 25c. Hair cut, tf 617 V S. HAIR CUT, 25c; bath, 15c. Main. __ tf CHIROPODIST C. G BU RT. D.S. C., 3-4 Hotel Brand if; CHIMNEY SWEEP CHIMNEY SWEEP—111 South 10th. Phone 112. tf CAFE Golden Island "C" Cafe. meals 25c, with coffee and meal licket for *4.25. ), aiti ; Mr, COLLECTIONS Western Reporting & Credit Co.. 403 if Phone 523 404 McCarty Bl,g. Dead" ,f your old, slow or MANY accounts may be turned into money through persistent effort, brings results. Our pian 'apilal ' 13, Pox tf News. CALCIMINING call D. J. CAIN for fiist class cal hunging, painting, Prices right. Phone 1989-W. cimlning, paper etc. mis MISCELLANEOUS. WATCH AND CLOCK REP AIRING; ork guaranteed prices right; all Dwight Perkins, 1607, Idaho fc>t. VETERINARY HOSPITAL BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL lion stable, 1312 Grove. Dr. Noble the KEYSTONE Barber Shop at 120 N. 9th St. C. will W.t remain Pierce, Prop. F24e BE A PROFESSIONAL Stenographer; we. teach you in three months for *30. Paragon School, 3U6 MIT Sonna. 8TOVE REPAIRS. We are »till headquarters for all kinds of stove repairs; if we haven't what] want we can get It. The Com Store. 906-8 Idaho SL you pany TYPEWRITERS. A REMINGTON—Get perfect visibles $3 for one month; REN" results; *7 50 for 3 months. Others at lower. Rental payments apply Remington T>pe\\rtter; rate» purchase. Co.. 256-7. Sonna Bldg, Boise. Phone H3 CONTRACTORS CEMENT ! i HOUSE Work. j AND MOVING 1. K. Hawk; phone 2457 VV if CARPENTERS. | For Union Carpenters phone 310-W or at Hall, room 227 Sonna bldg. " If CHIROPRACTORS 1 A - LIND. D. C„ 624 Overland Bldg. t. MISS McCOBB D. C., 418 Idaho Bldg, tf C. G. BURT, D. C.. 3-4 Hotel Brand, tf CHINESE PHYSICIANS DR. G. LOOK CH1NHSE2 DOCTOR, ! 707 Idaho Street poNG WEE, fourteen years prac ; t .' ce in jj oiaei s. 9th Street tf tf DR. C. K. AH FONG, 210 N. 7th St., 40 in Idaho; Box 133. Boise Ida. tf I years I DR. CHIN MAN SUI, Chinese ph:eii cian; treats al kinds of chronic dis Offlce 711 Idaho street tr eases. ! DR. WING LEE TONG CO., treats with Chinese herbs, roots and medicine. Careful treatment assured the affiic- j w ted. Oftice 612 Idaho street. 206-_ tf ; Al ,. MARTIN, < leaning Works, Pho. L. M. Koache, Mgr., llj S. 11th. if tf tf I CLEANERS AN1) DYERS 90. tf tt dye WORKS, STEAM I A. 7CONOMY cleaning and dying. French dry clean- ! Ing; 411 N. 10th St.; Phone 2020. tf tf CITY' DYE WORKS—Cleaners of fancy gents' suits dry or Branch ofüce. P 44 Works steam gowns, cleaned. 1395. tf tf Pantorium for garment -"ALL. the cleaning, pressing, altering or repair i'lione 1025. Office, Oil Main; ing. tf vyhee Bldg. if DRILLING AND DIGGING. : ASHLEY & NEELEY. Ph. 137 or UR1. | tf : DRESSMAKING — party I I FASHIONA BLE dres.mukmg; . , , n(1 tf dresses a speciaity. Phone LOO^ tr DANCING CLASSES. Phuha 435-J. M13 j l 91li alld Inhcy dancing. tf DANCING. MISS GRACE POWELL, teacher of ball room and aesthetic modern dancing; private and class instruc tions at your home by appointment. Mch-1 in tf Phone 1737-R. DENTIST tt ■= DR. CARPENTER, 212 IDAHO BLDG. ! l>li. DREBBER, 502 Overland Bldg. Ml 4 j_ i SKELTON, Yates Bldg, Ph. 251. | tf j W. | 227 1 tt Carrie L. Berthaumm, 408 Idaho tf Bldg. tt DR VALKER, ROOM 330 YATES Bldg I Gas given. Phone 2618. tf DETECTIVE AGENCY tf INTERMOUNTAIN D E T E C T I V K i Agency. Prompt, reliable, contiden- ) tial. Secret service in all its branches. ! Investigations and collections made through our agency in any part of the world. Phone 2412-W. Address P. >. Box 906, Boise Idaho. cut, tf 617 tf tf I LYE, EAR AND THROAT DR. ED E. MA72EY, OCULIST AND if; Aur.st, 204-6 Idaho Building. tf DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE öls-26 overland Bldg, tf ml throat. 10th. — DR. BRANDT —EAR, NOSE AND Throat; 207-9 Ove land Building. tf DK. R. L. NOURSE—Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat; 406-407 Overland Bldg. and Practice limited DK. C. K. HUDGEL to '.he eye, 610-10Vfe Overlapd Uldg. Mr, FLORISTS 403- ! BAY HOUSF, FLORAL CO, Boise, floral designs, cut flowers, plants. if tf ] boise FLORAL CO, 111 N. 8th St.; pian I choice cut flower», floral designs. \ if tf GARAGES. THE MAIN ST. OAK. (JE DUES A business; all oral ant cal repair work guaranteed; storage, oils, sup plies, gas, club rates for washing; service to your door; get our prices Phone 3394, Croy A Son. Props, 1405 gi mis tf Main. GLASS FACTORY. tf I PHONE 900. Intermountain Glass Co. Manufacturers of art glass, leadsd glass, beveled plates and mirrors; sand blasting and chipping. Main. tf 1421 * tf will W.t HARNESS MAKER F24e I BLOCK'S HARNESS SHOP and sad dlery, 108 N. 11th 1 hono 2488-W tf three 3U6 MIT HAIR SWITCHES i SWITCHES, transformations, pufts and curls made from combings. Call or kinds what] address Margaret Jordan. 1915 19th Com- ! St, Boise, Ida. Phone 1640-J. If tf HOTELS. perfect ] MITCH EL HOTEL, a homelike place. I Prices right; across from depot. lower. on Mohia Phone HOME PORTRAITS. tf I.J. G. BURNS. Phone 1208-W. « HAIR DRESSERS. I Paris Fashion Hair Store, 1004)4 Main D. St., specialties in hair goods, updo- j date beauty parlors. Phone 62 tt AMERICAN HAIR STORE. 225 S. 10th St., an up-to-date beauty parlor. | Hair work a specialty. Phone 676-W. F29 ! INSURANCE• SEE P. M. DAVIS for general inaur Your patronage is solicited. ance. Overland Budding. if JOB PRINTING JOB PRINTING-BEST EQUIPPED plant in the state for all kinds of Job printing. Capital News Idaho Street. Legal blanks a specialty. Publishing Co., 717 LADIES' TAILORING. WANDER BROS. 213 Overland bldg, tf MRS. K. FOREST. 422 IDAHO BLDG. tf LUMBER YARDS _ w H. R1DENBAUGH, DEALER IN native lumber, Oregon shingles, also floorings, doors, windows, mouldings, and building material. Main and 4th Sts. Phone 968. tt LAND ATTORNEY I A. B. EATON, Scrip, 6U3 Idaho Bldg. ! tf MEAT MARKETS —r FOR SALE \ Fresh beef, pork, J. mutton, poultry etc. ■J cured meats of all kinds. Salted and -T», smoked fish. 9/ | Farmers' Market. 1221 Main. Ph. 1401. F29 CASEY MARKET CO. cuts the prices I „„ meatS ; 219 N. 8th. Phone 403. tf FOR LOW prices on meat call at The Independent Meat Co., 1322 Main, tf Harvey's, 724 Main. 'The Commissary Market. Phone 210. Free delivery. F29 MOTORCYCLES-BICYCLES HENRY W. BAKER, lock and gun smith, 113 S. 11th SL Phone 161W. tf MILLINERY YOU are invited to see the latest styles in hats at Nelson Millinery, 803 Ban nock street. tr | MONUMENTS tf T. F. FELTNKR, 1615 Main St. MONEY TO LOAN tf CHILDS & CO., 30-31 Falk Bldg. tt ROBERT VAN GILSE. 1225 Main SHERMAN G. KING 34 Falk Bldg, tf I___ ) ^ SC(jTT jgEAL, Farm Loan Man.-tf |___—. the NEWHOUSE INV. CO, Sonna tl Blk. Reasonable rates. 4u3 McCarty Bldg Box 187. tl ! ON chatties or salary. MONEY TO LOAN. McReynolds & Whitson, 529 Ida. Bldg. tt PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON farm securltly. H. K. McElroy, Em pire Bldg. tf FARM AND CITY LOANS—Quick service; best rates. BRUCE & FULD LOAN & TRUST CO, Falk Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN—On real estate, chattels, any and all kinds of se curity. Carter, McCarty Bldg. tf MONEY TO LOAN WE BUY and sell notes and mortgages and make real estate and chattel loans. H. G. Meyers & Co., 423 Over land Bldg. tf , > HEADQUARTERS FOR MORTGAGE LOANS . SOUTHERN IDAHO E ASTERN. OREGON' Ira E. High & Company YATES BUILDING. BOISE A • 8 PER CENT MONEY TO • LOAN. • »1000. »2600, *2500, *4000, *4000, o • *5000. The above amounts on • • hand. Can accommodate for • • other amounts on first class se- • • curlty. Bruce & Fuld Loan & • • Trust Co, Falk Bldg. tf F26 • NURSERY STOCKS. TREES! TREES! TREES! Fruit, shade and ornamental; vines, roses, etc. F. J. Woods, corner 9th and Bannock, Nursery S. Walnut St MaylO tf ! or 1 OPTICIANS. 1 Globe Optical Co. Eyes examined, tory on the premises. 908 Main SL If Fac I TIHEE tl iW s m m ! OPTOMETRIST. m. Fleming, optometrist, j Room 16, Gem Bldg. D. ! U BOISE OPTICAL Co. 1003 Main St. Dr. E. 9. Owen, Optometrist. We put the E E's in eyes. Phone 24o5. OSTEOPATHS DK. CARRIE FREEMAN, IDA. BLDG. DR. H. D. MORRIS 204 SONNA BLK tf DR. MAXWELL, LADT OSTEOPATH.! 304 Idaho Bid., Ph. 1676, Res. 17*1. tf | DR. HANDY, O. S., 622 State. Ph. 396 i tf DR. WALTER S. KINGSBURY, 223 Idaho Bldg. Phons 337. tf DR. S. R. RIGHTENOUR, Osteopath. Rooms 409-11 Empire Bldg. tf PLUMES OLEANED. Äl KS. TVLKK, 21.» : oi tli Ninth. Al 14 PIANO TUNING t — U. E. ROBISON, Wise Piano House, tf j PARU c. BOWEN. 310 So. 17th St. tf PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. EMMA WILKINSON, 215 Idaho Bldg. Phone 460. tf PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER—A DUN LAP, 308 Overland Bldg. tf PHOTOGRAPHERS SHAVER -Good Photos, Mode bldg, tt STAMPER—Cor. 9th & Idaho. Phone. 686 . tf PHYSICIAN & SURGEON DR. UOLVKKSON, 317 Empire Bldg.; General practice; specialties. ob stetrics tew annements) Homeopathy. tf PLUMBING & HEATING FUK low estimate, repairs, jobbing. J. Craig, 2098-W, 1502 N. 25. tt ACME PLUMBING & HEATING CO., Bros., Adelman Ltd., modern plumbing, heating and sheet metal wort. 622 Idaho St. Phone 156. managers; tf PAPER HANGING SIGN and house painting and kalso minlng. Foster. tlO Main, phone 1U94-YV. tf POOL AND BILLIARDS POOL AND BILLIARDS — Waldorf pool hall, 716 Main. tf SECOND HAND STORE A fine old violin for sale, and Nichles, 1011 Idaho. 1055-W. Herfurth Phone tf WE buy second hand furniiure. Pio neer Furnüure Company, 909 Idaho Street. Phone 285. WE pay the best prices for second hand furniture and we will exchange Jenkins your odd pieces for new. Furniture Co. Phone 559. tf tf SOCIETIES tl BOISE LODGE NO. 2, A. F. it A. M, meets every Tues day evening In Masonic hail. Charles o. tl ! g; . .sitors .-elMuii, Secretary. welcome. tf EolsE LODGE NO. 77, i. O. O. F, meets every Tuesday night at Odd Fellows Hall, 13tb and Eastman. All Odd Fellows web 'ne. J. M. HoUls'cr Secretary. tt . tf tf KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the first and third Tuesdays of each mouth at old St. John's hall, 8th and Visiting Knights and tn atiend. Frit» Hummel, Frank F. Church, Fort Sts. vited to Grand Knight; financial secretary. if tf SHOE REPAIRING. RIEBE & COUPER, 720 MAIN ST. FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop, Capital News Bldg. tf tf Ml 4 SHOE SHINE PARLOR. ti ULT A sinm? limn Matt. 704 Main. SHEET METAL WORK FURNACE work and auto radiator re specialty. Généreux pairing Bulb 1, 112 S. 8th. Phone £m4-\Y. a if SAW FILING. • o • • • • 114 .N. (Un Ht. SUtj&uhû grinding. March 5 TAXIDERMIST tf ix. W. Limbert & Co, 123 So. 11 • VIOLIN MAKER. ROBERT BALLOT, Expert Violin Ma ker and Repairer. Room 8 1. O. o. F, Bldg. u and WIGS AND TOUPEES If I \ i Kl't?, 10 r> 4 1 ^ .Main St. VAL MA WALL PAPER and PAINTS e BURT OWENS # MOVED from 21* N. 10th to 1015 • a Main St Phone 602. aeeeeeseeeeeaeeee! tf » ell—What do you think of that H girl ? Powell—She is one of the reasons why men don t leave home. TODAY'S OFFICIAL WEATHER MAP U. S. Department of Agriculture—WEATHER BUREAU »rr 30 E QoUna, SdLoJvo IF Dial 23, . . .V tSIb. 29â' m 'Y/ ,..-v m mm, yÆ'/, / i "il iö^o ,\ &?///, /«IClfi fA oC/-"" . « y ow f/y 293 I*, W' *//, 30 £ / A**S 3< JP% y /. 7-*'\ QJnfat, 50 ° b6° V ~'r\Q£L4.4^x.tU\ Xu. \ - y TV CTt 60° ibo] 30 JO trotte:«'. Obssmthm, taken at * *. m.. 18th mevidlaa time. Alf pressure reduced to ki level. Isobars (eontlnnoos Maes) put CBrourt pels a ef equal air pressure. Isotherms (dotted llnasi pau through point, of equal uusperaiare: •» '-. O clear: Q partly cftudr: 9 cloudy; ® rain; (J) snow. @ report misai eg. Arrow* fly with the Wlsd. 1 7 1 FORECAST FOR BOISE AND VI-} CI NIT Y Fair tonight and Thursday ! DAILY REPORT—Highest tempera ture yesterday, 46; lowest temperature this morning, 34; moan temperature yesterday, 38. CONDITIONS Low atmospheric pressure prevails east of the Missis sippi river and In the extreme northern plains region. Over the remainder of Il]l|||l| A I AC n|lfl||A| \||| ! fi I I If nlilvUnL UUUiiiL UI 1 VOLUNTEER FIREMEN I Turnverein hall next Friday evening. Feb. 25, will be the scene of another gathering and reunion of the old vol unteer firemen of Boise and their fam Hies, when the association will hold its annual social. A special invitation is given to all members on the rolls of the associa tion to come with their families, big and little and enjoy themselves. There will be something doing all the time— singing, music, recitations, dancing and a big supper. Both upper and lower halls have been secured for the occasion, and the various committees rnrkLng diligently to provide en- ! tertainment for all who come. Every | member of each family will be all to bring an escort and the volunteers themselves are requested to wear their association badge if they have one. The first company of the old volun teer fire department of Boise was or ganized way back in 1876, 40 years ago, disbanding in 1902. The rolls of the •ed! THE GREAT DOT MYSTERY The hippopotami seemed fn^htened at .something and the ôcouts wondered what it could be As the beast disappeared in the rushes the boys heard a sound that was strangely familiar and out of the forest there dashed a rO <7 (f S f'.'ÿ I] ; ; , / a? It VI V\N •77 V* / 3 ^ X 4. • b 3 • ' .7 87* u 2 8 • •78 15 13 || 14 12 8fc. 76 83 10 'lb S5 82 .79 8+ eo 8l 75 *17 74 19 4fe •73 47. 45 *18 72 •fci •20 •48 41 22 44 SI 62. 43 • 23 42 71 .49 63 . ■60 4» j',« 70 •50 .38 b4 24 69 59. •65' 33. 31 58 . 34. •51 37 .68 35' 3fe •52 30 •21 66 ' £8' 29 .53 67 .54 •26 27 57 . •53 5fe Sul V Ml TO BE CONTINUED To solve the Great Dot Mystery, join the lots, with s pencil line, ea each chapter is printed from day to day. Begin iwith dot No. 1 and take them in numerical order. Then cut out and paete each picture in a scrap book, and when the lead chapter it printed, you will have a thrilling mystery story complete in permanent book form. the country the pressure is high, ! highest readings being on the north ^-iflo slope. Precipitation has oeeur rorl from the Great lake? southward to,»., Tennessee and at a few scattered northwestern stations, ture prevails over most of the country. Mild tempera-I Fair weather may be oxpeoted in Boise and its vicinity tonight and Thursday. LOWEST TEMPERATURE ELSE WHERE—Boston, 30; Buffalo, 30; Chi association contain the names of sev eral who were charter members of the original fire company, some of whom are well along in their eighty years, 1 and one past 90. Every man who was at one time a member of the old vol I un teer fire department is eligible to rhich membership in the association, numbers now nearly 100 members. f\] All rrfV IJ III 111 A UIM |?||!l||Mli iTlflll I ll/llLLII I IlMlIllI I mil ! 1861 and began | Florence, 0E1HE STATE IS READ Joseph E. Woods, one of the pioneer mining men and ranchers of Idaho. died last night at his home. 1416 North Thirteenth street, after a lingering iil-i ness. Mr. Woods was born In Old Town. Me., Jan. 4, 1833. He came to' Idaho during the gold excitement in inlng operations ln In 1863 he moved to the Boise valley, securing a ranch near Bnllantyne station. Some 20 years ago he gave up ranching and had since] made his home in Boise. He is sur wife and three daughters, ids vlved by Mrs. M. L. Twogood, Miss Ella W and Mrs. Philip E. Tate. The funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow 36; Denver, 32; Des Moines. 26; Galveston, 64. Havre, 30; Helena, 30; Huron 16. Jacksonville. 54; Kansas tty. 2$: Knoxville, 50; Memphis, 50; New Orleans. 60: N Y'ork. 86; North Platte, 24. Oklahoma, 34; Phoenix. 46; Pittsburg, 46. Pocatello. 34; Portland. 44; St. Louis, 36; St. Paul, 14; Salt Ixke, 32; San Francisco, 52; Seattle, 40: Spokane, 30; Winnipeg, 12; Wash tngton, 42. afternoon at the family home. Rev. Willsie Martin will officiate. Burial wMll be in Elks' Rest in Morris Hill cemetery. A special funeral car will be provided for friends. Terrible Croup Attack Quickly Repulsed By Old Reliable Remedy Well known Georgia «tore keeper has mi lered croup and colds for his fanil? *f ton with Foley's Honey end Tar Compound. The minute that hoarse terrifying croupy cough is heard in the home of T. J. Barber, of Jctferacn. Ga. Sw& "botuY Ä! Here's what he aays; ''Two ot my children, one boy and a girl, »ged »'«"atta^ro^c^p" 1 '''' 1 ^ ^ ! , n d I completely cured Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. I rV[ eJ \ *n'\ Tar ^Compoand and ~)it never fans." Banish worry and save doctor bills -^a^Von" ïînV Ä" ho°mT One bottle lasts a long time—it's reliable end safe—and the last dose is as good as the first. Get the genuine. out last winter them with | McCrum Drug Company.