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Business and ATTORNEYS. tf C. S. HUNTER, 527-8, Idaho Bldg. GEORGE R. RUST, 366 Sonna Bldg, tf C. H. Ltngenfelter, 301-3 Idaho Bldg, tf J. BOGART, Attorney, Overland blk. tf CLINTON H. HARTSON, Idaho Bldg. B. F. NEAL, 201-263-263 Sonna Blk. tf .LUOTT & HE A LY, Empire BLDG. tf J. F. COLVIN, 4-5 Berino Bldg. HODGIN, 603-4-5. OPPENHEIM Idaho Bldg. u J. R. GOOD, Attorney, room 302, Sonna Bldg. Phone 319-W. tt RICHARDS & HAGA. Lawyers, fifth! floor. Idaho Bldg. tf HUG' E. MELROY, Attorney, culte 609, Empire Bldg. tf C. E. WINSTEAD, 317 idaho Bldg, tf tf WM C. DUNBAR, 321 Idaho Bldg. LUCAS & M'ADAMS, 215 Idaho Bldg. tf Son D. L: YOUNG, Lawyer, 355-358, na Bldg. tf CLAUDE W. GIBSON. General Law and I .and Practice, Mode Bldg. tf BARBER & DAVIDSON, Lawyers. 323 Î27 Idaho Bldg. tf WYMAN & WYMAN, Attorneys. 206 201 Boise City National Bank Bldg, tf Attorneys-at MAPvTIN & MARTIN. lu w. room 358 Sonn- Bldg. tf S. T. SCHREIBER, mining and cor poration law. 419 Idaho Bldg. tf K. t. PERKY, GENERAL LAW PRAC McCarty Bldg. tf tjee, rooms 304-308 Phone 160. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. ABSTRACT COM COUNTY V. Votes W ■ -. O. B. Coxe, Mgr. tf ADA pn ACCOUNTANTS. ^ __DR. OISE AUDIT CO., C. VAN DEUSEN. Box 1143; expert accountant; scien tific systemlzer. 1747-J. 230 and Phones tf ARCHITECTS. AR TOURTELLOTTE & HUMMEL, chltects. office on second floor Over land Bldg. tf AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES BAT W El-TERN IGNITION AND TERY CO.. 119-121 S. 11th; Phone 284-J.____ AUTO DEALERS. EIGHT CYLINDER, nelson AUTO SALES CO., 9th and Grove. Phone 35, cr Res., 1671. if AUTO TOPS. Only fl st-class auto top maker in Idaho. R. Atkins, 127 S. 11 th. if AUTOMOBILE PAINTING. w. A. MASON CO.. 1125 Idaho SL tf ASSAYERS. BOISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, AS aayers and chemists. A. U. Van Eman manager, 907 Idaho St., Phone 394. tf BOISE LABORATORIES CO Harktnson, essayer and chemist, 227 S. 10th St. C. W. u ABSTRACTS. BOISE TITLE & TRUST CO., Idaho Bldg. Phone 474. U BARBER SHOP. HURRY BACK, 120 N. 7th. Hair out, tf SBC. - V, S. HAIR CUT, 25c; bath 15c. 617 Main. tf BOOT REPAIRING. BOISE SHOE HOSPITAL, 307 N. 8 tb. tf BUSINESS COLLEGE. ••eseeeeeeeeeeeeee e COMP E T E N T Stenographers, e bookkeepers, cashiers, experi e ienced or Inexperienced fur e nlsbed on short notice. Link's e Business College, 1015 Idaho St. e Phone 1056-J. tf •••»•••••••eeeeeee CONTRACTORS. HOUSE MOVING AND CEMENT work. I. K. Hawk; Phone 2457-W. CHINESE PHYSICIANS. DR. G. LOOK, CHINESE DOCTOR, 707 Idaho Street. : DR. FONG WEE. fourteen years prac tice in Boise, 215 S. 9th Street. DR. ÇJHIN MAN BUI. Chinese physi cian; treats all kinds of chronic dis Offtce 711 Idaho street. eases. DR. WING LEE TONG CO., treats with Chinese herbs, roots and medicine. Careful treatment assured the affllct OfPce 612 Idaho street. ed. CHIROPRACTORS. A M LIND, D. C., 624 Overland Bldg. - ( Ç. G- BÜRT, D, C., 2-4 Hotel Brand, CHIROPODIST. C. p. BURT, D. S. C„ 3-4 Hotel Brand, tf CARPENTERS. For Union Carpenters phone 310-W or at Hall, room 287 Sonna bldg. tt COLLECTIONS. "COLLECTIONS" — Lucas & McAdams, 215 Idaiio Bldg. Phone 460. tf Western Reporting & Credit Co„ 403 404 McCarty Bldg. Phone 523. tf CLEANERS AND DYERS. ABE MARTIN, Cleaning Works, Pho. »0 L. M. Roache, Mgr., 1914 N. 11th. tf ECONOMY DYE WORKS, STEAM cleaning and dying. French dry clean ing; 411 N. loth St.; Phone 2020. tf CITY DYE WORKS—Cleaners of fancy gowns, gents' suite dry or steam cleaned. Branch office, P. 44. Works 1395. tf ,L the Pantorium for garment cleaning, pressing, altering or repair ing. Phone 1025. Office, 611 Main; Branch, Owyhee Bldg. CAL tf Contractors and Builders. FLOYD AND FISHER. Children's furniture made. 1018 Idaho. tf DANCING CLASSES. 1916 and fancy dancing. Phone 435-J. A14 DENTIST. DR. DRESSER, 502 Overland Bldg, tf I ' DR. CARPENTER, 212 IDAHO BLDG. DR. COLVER, 401 Idaho E. Ph. 720. tf DR. SHELTON, Yates Bldg. Ph. 251. tf Dr. Carrie L. Berti - 1 v nun, 403 Idaho Bldg. tf VALKER, ROOM 830 YATES Bldg I Gas given- I huiie 2618. if DETECTIVE AGENCY. 1NTERMO UNT AIN DETECTIVE Agency. Prompt, reliable, confiden 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. O. Box 906, Boise, Idaho. tf EYE, EAR AND THROAT. DR. KD E. MAXEY, OCCULIST AND Auriat, 204-6 Idaho Building. tt DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE and throat. 618-26 Overland Bldg, tf DR. BRANDT — EAR, NOSE AND Throat; 207-9 Overland Building. DR. R. L. NOURSE—Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat; 406-7 Overland Bldg. DR. C. R. HUDGEL—Practice limited to the eye; 610-1014 Overland Bldg. FLORISTS. BAYHOUSE FLORAL CO„ Boise, floral designs, cut flowers, plants. tf BOISE FLORAL CO.. Ill N. 8 th St.; choice cut flowers, floral designs, tf GROCERY. KNIGHTS' GROCERY. 515 MAIN street; open all night; deli catessen goods and imported cheese of all kinds. A19 HARNESS MAKER. BLOCK'S HARNESS SHOP and sad dlery, 108 N. 11th Phone 2488-W. tf HOTELS. MITCHELL HOTEL, a homelike place. Prices right; across from depot. A15 HAIR SWITCHES. Until May 1, I will make switches from ct tubing« at half price. Address Marga.ft Jordan, 1834 N. 20th St., Boise, Idaho. Phone 2217W. tf INSURANCE. SEE P. M. DAVIS for general Insur Your patronage Is solicited. ance. Overland Building. tf JEWELRY REPAIRING. A. BALLOT, pioneer watchmaker and jeweler, at 708 Main, A LAND ATTORNEY. A. B. EATON, Scrip, 608 Idaho Bldg. tf HOME PORTRAITS. J. G. BURNS. Phone 1208-W. tf JOB PRINTING JOB PRINTING—BEST EQUIPPED plant In the state for aU kinds of job printing. Legal btenka a specialty. Capital News Publishing Co, 717 Idaho Street_ LADIES' TAILORING. WANDER BROS. 213 Overland bldg, tf MRS. K. FOREST, 422 IDAHO BLDG. ■ MILLINERY MRS TYLER, 215 North Ninth. A15 Call and inspect our line of hats. F. M. White Ca, 802 Bannock. U - 1HENRY W, BAKER, fox, Hartford j and Fox Bicycles, US S. 11 8 t. MOTORCYCLES-BICYCLES tf lumber yards W. H. RltENBAUGH, DEALER IN native lunber, Oregon shingles, also floorings, doors, windows, mouldings, and building material. Main and 4th Sts. Phone 958. tf MAPS. LJE PRINTS, «us Overland MAPS. BL Bldg. tt MEAT MARKETS FOR SALE 1 Fresh beef, pork, I mutton, poultry etc. :* cured meats of all 'kinds. Salted and » smoked fish. «I Farmern' Market. 1221 Main. Ph. 1401. tf T24 Main. The commissary Phono 21t. Tr< delivery, tf Harvey's, Market. MONUMENTS . T. K FKLTNEK. 1615 Main St. tf MATTRESS REPAIRING SES MADE TO ORDER mired. Joalln-Garver Bed 1514-1516 Main St.; Phone MATTRES and rei ding Co., 603-W. tf MONEY TO LOAN. tf CO., 30-31 Falk Bldg. CHILDS & ROBERT VAN GILSE, 1225 Main. If W. SCOTT; NEAL, Farm Loan Man. tf E. C. LAUGHLIN & CO., 8 % money. A 6 McHeynolcs 4 c Whitson, 520 Ida. Bldg. tf THE NEWHOUSE INV. CO.. Sonna 1 Ilk. tf ON chattels or salary. Reasonable rates. 4U2 McCarty Bldg., Box 187. tf private! money to LOAN ON farm security. H. E. McElroy, Em pire Bid k tf MONEY TO LOAN—On real estate, chattels, any and all kinds of se curity. Carter, McCarty Bldg. tf WE BUY and sell notes and mortgages and make real estate and chattel loans. H. G. Meyers & Co., 423 Over land Bldg. tf Money to Lean. Notes and mortgages bought; real es tate and chattel loans. Carter, Mc * rt v Bldg. tt FARM AND CITY LOANS. Headquarter« for farm and city loans, any size;. No delay. Courteous treat ment. New location, 209 North Eighth St. Brice & Fuld Loan & Trust Co. tf HEADQUARTERS FOR mortgage loans SOUTHERN IDAHO EASTERN OREGON Ira E. High &. Company YjATES BUILDING, BOISE WE ARE prepared to make or purchase conservative loans on Idaho or Ore gon imbroved farms; 8 per cent. Ne commissions. Quick service. Deal direct and save money. Idaho State Myl Life. Empire Blk., Boise. RSERY STOCKS. NU TREESl TREES! TREE 8 I BYult, shade und ornamental; vines, roses, etc. Fi J. Woods, corner 9th and Bannocjk, Nursery 8 . Walnut St A10 OSTEOPATHS a RIE FREEMAN, IDA. BLDG. DR. C DR. H. U MORRIS 204 SONNA BLK tf DR. MAXWELL, LADY OSTEOPATH, 304 Idaho Bid., Ph. 1876, Rea 1761. tf DR. HANDY, O. 8 ., 622 State. Ph. 396. tf DR. WALTER 8 . KINGSBURY, 238 Idaho Bldg. Phone 337. tf DR. 8 . R. RIGHTBNOUR, Osteopath. _Rooms 409 - H gmplrs Bldg. tf i PTOMETRIST. D. M. FLEMING, OPTOMETRIST, Room H, Gsm Bldg. BOISE OPTICAL Co, 1603 Main St Dr. E. 8 . Owen, Optometrist. We put the E E'e la eyes. Phone 3435. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER EMMA WILKINSON, 275 idaho Bldg. Phone 460. tf MISS 4. DUNLLAF, »08 Overland Bldg. tf OPTICIANS. Globe Optical Co. Ryes examined. Fac tory on the premise» *01 Main St. fïlJaEQjE fifjflffi JC 1 PAPER HANGING 7= nd house painting and kalso g. Foxter, (10 Main, phone SIGN a mtnin 10*4 -W. I PHYSICIAN & SURGEON UK. HOLVERSON, SIT Empira Bid«.; General practice; specialties. Ob stetrics (ccafisementa) Homeopathy. tf PHOTOGRAPHERS SHAVER—Good Photos. Morte bldg. tf STAMPER— Cor. 9th & Idaho. Phone 686 . tf PIANO TUNING C. E. ROBISON, Wise Plano House, tf PLUMBING & HEATING ACME PLUMBING & HEATING CO.. Ltd.. Adelmau Bros., managers; modern plumbing, heating and sheet metal work: 622 Idaho St. Phone 156. tf RENTALS. TATE INSURANCE AOCY., 222 Sonna block. tf SPRAYING S. R. CASTILE—Spraying. Ph. 2322R. High Pressure gasoline machine. A14 SHOE REPAIRING. RIEBE AND COOPER 720 Main and 822 Idaho Sts. tf FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop, Capital News Bldg. A15 SHEET METAL WORK. FURNACE work and auto radiator re pairing a specialty. Genereux &■ Butler, 1 12 S. Sth. Phone o74-W. tf SOCIETIES. BOISE LODGE NO. 2, A. F. & A. M., meets every Tues day evening in Masonic hall. Visitors welcome. Charles O. Nelson, Secretary. tf ORIENTAL LODGE NO. 60, A. F. & A. M., regular meet ings every Friday. Masonic hall. Sojourners welcome. Perry C. Marshall, Secretary. BOISE LODGE NO. 77, I. O. O. F., meets every Tuesday night at Odd Fellows Hall, 13th and Eastman. Ail Odd Fellows welcome. J. M. Hollister, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the .first and third Tuesdays of each month at old St. John's hall, 8 th and Fort Sts. Visiting Knights are In vited to attend. Grand Knight; financial secretary. Fritz Hummel, »'rank F. Church. if SECOND HAND STORE. A Washburn Mandolin for sale, Her furth & Ntchles, 1011 Idaho. Phone 1055-W. tf WE buy second hand furniture. Pio neer Furniture Company, 903 Idaho Street. Phone 285. WE pay the best prices for second hand furniture and we will exchange your odd pieces for new.- Jenkins Furniture Co. Phone 559. tf TYPEWRITERS. RENT A REMINGTON—Get perfect results; visibles 33 for one month; 37.50 for 3 months. Others at lower rates. Rental payments apply on Remington Typewriter purchase. Co., 256-7, Sonna Bldg., Boise Phone . 133. tf TAXIDERMIST. R. W. Limbert k Co„ 123 So, 11, tf VIOLIN MAKER. Robert Ballot at Sampson Music Co. tf WIGS AND TOUPEES VAL MATTHEUS. 10u4Vi Main St. If Well Drilling and Digging. ASHLEY & NEELEY, Ph. 187 or 9RI. Why Constipation Injures. The bowels are the natural sewerage system of the body. When they be come obstructed by constipation & part of the poisonous matter which they should carry off Is absorbed into the system, making you feel- dull and stupid, and Interfering with the diges tion and assimilation of food. This condition is quickly relieved by Cham berlain's Tablets. Obtainable every where.—Adv. T, Th. S. Today And A Generation Hence •m.. tti~*,é „I *i_. ... .ki^V „f Iha teller»« UteftituK. The baby of today reflects aMUlted wETen 1 ** be grow up. And any Influence that brings rellef to the expectant Çtm'I'« is a splendid retnedy known as •'Mother'« Friend" that h«« •***, * safeguard, «nre*^to abort of ' Applied ester aelly to the muscles they become pliant, ' «re* r £oo'b£d ?y tSn^ew^tS bîrtteTof\2ïLg Mlto lust natural conditions. Tbere Is In "Mother's Friend" the direct ud Immedlsta help that all exj^ctMt mom >rs require. Used by their own hand, guided »y their own minds, they learn at once the ileeeed relief from morning slckaesg result me from undue stretching. They experience jfiJ'ï- calm end Mghtty **•*:„" *? «T .b^rtT T&n write Brsdfleld So., 410 Lamer Bldg., Atlanta, Oa„ for oee entertaining and valuable little xwks ever pwmated. It ta Forth writing i* 1 iV d the nort M TODAY'S OFFICIAL WEATHER MAP U. S. Department of Agriculture—WEATHER BUREAU -. 0 / "VO ,1 " . q p..* p ■s 30> MO, ;o° &s> *'W*îê V //Äy, ÔcnXUl j SàoKo • Ce, i 3 I (o. s/Y7H 50-2 £4 CU 'à3*> ç -f< i jO 30 O Q %, * ŸA StAi ; ; ? \ é 1 Ifi C i ; \HlcdJ ' i Q 3C '/0L •••. t 'äqysaC* J . 50' V rtC/-.. ; / 3< 1^ . Ä . 3QA \ %0° 13 -d O 3» . a/uu In crAv-AtA. 3ÜJ0 » «,.o EJitsLANATÖRV ^îfSi'SrE«; Observation taken at 8 a. a.. 75th meridian time. Air preeeure reduced to tea level. Isobars (continuons Unas) paa in rough pointa ef equal air pressura. Isotherms (dotted lintsl pass through points of equal temperature: •«- - O clear: Q partly cloudy; cloudy; <5) rain; ($) mow; <g) report mini eg. Arrows fly with the wind. ( i , , - ' , " IL— * V" '' "V* efiw VtvVS -, iauW 'î FORECAST FOR BOISE AND VIC-| jlNITY—Fair tonight with light frost. ^ ! Friday, fair. j DAILY REPORT—Highest temper- ; attire yesterday, 54; lowest tempera-' i j ture tills morning. 34; mean tempera- : ture yesterday. 42. CONDITIONS - atmospheric pressure is moderately low along the Mexican border, in the lower lake re gion and upper Ohio valley, and in Saskatchewan. In other sections the The pressure is high, the highest reading being in the northern plains states, and on the north pacific slope. Pie- j cipitatlon has occurred over a narrow \ — ! I ! I 1 DRESS WARM AND KEEP FEET DRY Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to Take Salts and Get Rid of Uric Acid. Aheumatism is no respecter of age, sex or color or rank. It not the most dangerous of human afflictions it is one of the most painful. Those sub ject to rheumatism should eat less meat, dress as warmly as possible, avoid any undue exposure and, above all, drink lots of pure water. Rheumatism is caused by uric acid which Is generated In tlie bowels and absorbed Into the blood, function of the kidneys to filter this acid from the blood and cast it out in the urine: the poreB of the skin are also a means of freeing the blood of this impurity. In damp and chilly, cold weather the skin pores are closed thus forcing the kidneys to do double work, they become weak and sluggish and fail to eliminate this uric acid which keeps accumulating and circulating through the system, eventually settling in the joints and muscles causing stiffness, soreness and pain called rheumatism. At the first twinge of rheumatism get from any pharmacy about four ounces of Jail Balts; put a tablespoon ful In a glass of water and drink before breakfast each morning for a week. This is said to eliminate uric acid by stimulating the kidneys to normal ac tion, thus ridding the blood of these impurities. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless afid is made, from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, cotnpined with llthta and is used with excellent results by thousands of folks who» are subject to rheumatism. Here you have a pleas ant, effervescent lithia-water drink which overcomes uric acid and is bene ficial to your kidneys as well—Adv. i It is the LAWYER PRAISES NEW DICTIONARY Accurate, practical and of Convenient Size. Money Well Spent, He Declares. The popularity of the New Universi ties Dictionary is booming more and ! more widespread as the distribution continues. Those who were among the ; nm lQ gecure a copy have told thel , I h » w pleased they are or have ! shown, it to them. Ail speak in the highest terms. One of Boise's proml nent lawyers is very enthusiastic over the Nc '"' Dictionary. These were his words spoken as he secured the see ond cops, one for his home and the other for his office, neV er spent 98 cents to better pur pose in my wife. 1 have long been wnnt in ® Just such a dictionary. It Is thor oughly up-to-date, gives a simple, ac curate definition of a lot of new words, und tlle Illustrations arc both Inter cstlng and Instructive. Its convenient size and practical style of binding fur (her recommend it." , \ew Universities Dictionary was ._, designed lo serve as a guide to the tor rect use of today's English. It Is ac curate in its definitions and contains the latest and newest words whose Keneral usage warrants their Incorpo ration into a dictionary designed as this one was, primarily for everyday belt, reaching from Alberta and north ^ eastern Washington to Texas and at a j few eastern stations. The weather is ; nHifh colder in the central valleys and is warmer over most of the nort h - fair weather Is expected to continue in Boise and Its vicinity to night and Friday, with light frost to night. : west, The Great Dot Mystery Of nil the times of day on the farm Tommy decided that meal time was the very best of all and one minute after the bell rang he was sure to be at his place at the table with his napkin nicely spread out. "I'm mighty thankful I'm alive and here," he suid one day. "You'll be more thankful if you're here next full." replied his uncle. believe In preparedness.'' „ "What's that got to do with it ?" asked Tommy. "Look out there and see," said his uncle. And when Tommy looked out of the dining room window he saw a— ■We 5 tf 01 i4M . c * -23 20 . 20 - 21 .26 6 5. 25 • 7 4. 27. 3- .1 2 ' 72 î7l C 70 tt* *W •8 cr 2 U 29 • 9 13 .i, .10 30 _ 12 31. II 47* Vs 32* 17 tt '43 If 45 Z 1 •14 33 44 42 '13 41 •37 47 '35 4 I 40 • .59 ' : 52 54 * 57 '3b 4Ô 51 0 .38 S3 54 * 46. .39 45 •40 44- . 55 J*** 43 42.41 To find out what Tommy got, join the dots with a pencil lins, beginning with dot No. 1 and taking them in numerical order. Then cut out and pacte each day's picture in a scrap book, and when the last one is printed, you will have "The Dot Farm" story complete in permanent book form. New Universities Dictionary COUPON &QM«ni«d Jay Uu» EVENING CAPITAL NEWT Three poupons Secure the Dictionary How to Get It For f As Were Nominal Cott of Manufacture und Distribution 3'T98c secure this NEW authentic Dictionary, bound in real flexible leather, illustrated with full pages in color and duotone 1300 pages. 25 DICTIONARIES IN ONE All Dictionaries published previ ous to this year are out of date Present or mail to dûs paper three coupon*like die above with ninety-eight cents to cover cost of hand ling, packing, clerk hire,etc. MAIL ORDERS wax AUtmPtaaev, " i te 130 a« In., BE nuio LOWEST TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE— Boston, 42; Buffalo, 34; Chicago, 26; Denver. 32; Des Moines, 22: Galveston, 66 ; Havre. 32; Helena, 34: Huron, 14: Jacksonville, #0; Kansas City, 34; Knoxville, 44; Memphis, 44; Montreal, 32; New Or leans, 62; New York, 44; North Platte, 32; Oklahoma, 44; Phoenix, 52.