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V ATTORNEYS. C. 8. HUNTER, 527-8. Idaho Bid«. LI GEORGE R. RUST, 368 Souna Bldg, tf C. H. Dlngenfeltcr; 301-3 Idaho Bldg, tf J. BOGART, Attorney, Overland blk. tf CLINTON H. HARTSON, Idaho Bldg. B. F. NEAL, 201-282-263 Sonna Blk. tf 1LLIOTT & HEALY, Empire BLDG. tf J. F. COLVIN, 4-5 Berino Bldg. OPPENHEIM & HODGIN, 603-4-5, Idaiio Bldg. tf 30" Sonna ' J. R. GOOD, Attorney, room Bldg. Phone 319-W. tf R'CHARDS & IIAGA, Lawyers, fifth floor, Idaho Bldg. tf K. M'ELROY, Attorney, culte HUG' 809, Empire Bldg. tf C. E. WINSTEAD. 317 Idaho Bldg, tf WM C. DUNBAR, 321 Idaho Bldg, tf LUCAS & M" A DAMS, 215 Idaho Bldg. tf D. L. YOUNG, Lawyer, 355-358, na Blog. Son tf C: .AUDE W. GIBSON, General Law nd Lund Practice. Mode Bldg. tf a ARBER A: I AVIDSON, Lawyers. 323 32- Idaho Bldg. tf WYMAN * WYMAN. Attorneys, 206 20' Boise City National Bank Bldg, tf Attorneys-at MARTIN & MARTIN, law, room 35S Bonn .. Bldg. tf S 1 SCHREIBER, mining and cor poration law. 419 Idaho Bldg. 1C K. I. PERKY, GENERAL LAW PRAC McCartv Bldg. 304-308 ticc. rooms '"•hone 160. ÎÎ ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. COUNTY ABSTRACT COM Y.itns M ' C. B. Coxe. Mgr, tf AD, nnnv ACCOUNTANTS. BOISE AUDIT CO., C. VAN DEUS Box 1143; expert accountant ; seien - I tific systemizer. 1Ï47-J. N, Phones 230 and tf ARCHITECTS. AR TOURTELDOTTE & HUMMEL, chltects, office on second floor Over land Bldg. tf AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES WESTERN IGNITION AND BAT TEP-Y" CO., 119-121. S. 11th; Phone 284-J. _ AUTO DEALERS. EIGHT CYLINDER. - " ■ 'il NELSON Al'TU SALES CO., 9th and Grove. Phone 35, or Res., 1671. if AUTO TOPS. Only f: st-class auto top maker in Iduho. R. Atkins, 127 S. Ilth. tf AUTOMOBILE PAINTING. YV. A. MASON GO., 1 125 Idaho St. tf ASSAY ERS. BOISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, AS sayers and chemists. A. G. Van Eiuan manager, 907 Idaho St., Phone 394. tf BOISE LABORATORIES CO.. C. W. HarKlnson. ussaier and chemist, 227 fc. 10th St. tf ABSTRACTS. BOISE TITLE A TRUST CO., Idaho Bldg. Phone 474. tf BARBER SHOP. HURRY BACK, 120 N. 7th. Hair cut, 35c. tf U. S. HAIR CUT, 25c; bath 15c, Maln ! _ 617 tf BOOT REPAIRING. UUlSE «HUE HOSPITAL, 307 N. 8 th. tf BUSINESS COLLEGE. • COMP E T E N T Stenographers, • • bookkrepers, cashiers, experi- • • lenced or inexperienced fur- • • nislied on short notice. Link s • • Business College, 1015 Idaho St. • • Phone 1055-J. tf o • ••••••••••••••••a CONTRACTORS. MOVING AND CEMENT 1. K. Hawk; Phone 2457-W. tf iiOCBE CHINESE PHYSICIANS. pH. G. LOOK, CHINESE DOCTOR, 707 Idaho Street. tf DR. FUNG WEE, fourteen years prac tice ill Boise, 215 S. 9th Street. DR. CHIN MAN SU), Chinese physi cian; treats all kinds of chronic dis . cases. Ufflce 711 Idaho street. tf tf DR. WING LEE TONG CO., treats with Chinese herbs, roots and medicine. Careful treatment assured the afflict OfPce 612 Idaho street. tf cd. CHIROPRACTORS. ÜU E. LIND, D. C., 624 Overland Bldg. if HISS McCOBB, D. C., 418 Idaho Bldg, tf 1, G. BURT, D. C„ 3-4 Hotel Brand, tf CHIROPODIST. I', ci. BURT, D. 8. C.. 3-4 Hotel Brund. tf CARPENTERS. For Union Carpenters phone 310-W ->r at Hall, room 227 Sonna bldg. tf COLLECTIONS. "COLLECTIONS "—Lucas & McAdams, 215 Idaho Bldg. Phone 460. Western Reporting & Credit Co., .«OS LO! McCarty Bldg. Phone 523. tt CLEANERS AND DYERS. ! ABE MARTIN, Cleaning Works, Pho. 90 L. M. Roaohe, Mgr.. 1914 N. 11th. tf , ECONOMY DYE WORKS, STEAM cleaning and dying. French dry clean-i ing; 411 N. 10th St.; Phone 2020. tf i CITY DYE WORKS—Cleaners of fancy gowns, gents' suits dry or steam cleaned. Branch office, P. 44. Works 1395. tf CALL the Pantorium for garment cleaning, pressing, altering or repair ing. Phone 1026. Office, 611 Main; Branch, Owyhee Bldg. tf Contractors and Builders. FLOYD AND FISHER. Children's furniture made. 1018 Idaho. tf DANCING CLASSES. 1016 and fancy dancing. Phone 435-J. A14 DENTIST. DR. DRESSER, 5u2 Overland Bldg, tf DR. CARPENTER, 212 IDAHO BLDG. ■ DR. CULVER, 401 Idaho B. Ph. 720. tf DR. SHELTON. Yates Bldg. Ph. 261. tf Dr. Carrie L. Bert: n mm, 403 Idaho Bldg. tf DR. YALKER, ROOM 330 YATES Bldg Gas given. Phone 2618. tf DETECTIVE AGENCY. INTERMOUNTAIN 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 306, Boise, Idaho. tf EYE, EAR AND THROAT. DR. ED E. MAXEY, OCCUL1ST AND Aurist, 204-6 Idaho Building. tt DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE and throat. 518-26 Overland Bldg, tf DR. BRANDT EAR, NOSE AND Throat; 207-9 Overland Building. DR. R. L. NOURSE—Eye, Ear, Noise and Throat; 406-7 Overland Bldg. DR. C. R. HUDGEL— Practice limited to tile eye; Bl'i-lOVs overland Bldg. FLORISTS. BAYHOUSE FLORAL . CO., floral designs, cut flowers, plants. Boise, 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. lltii Phone 2488-W, tf HOTELS. MITCHELL HOTEL, a homelike place. Prices right; across from depot. A15 HAIR SWITCHES. Until May 1, 1 will make switches from combings at half price. Address Marga.et Jordan, 1S24 N. 30th St„ Boise. Idaho. Phone 22I7W. tf INSURANCE. SEE P. M. LAVIS for general insur Your patronage Is solicited. ance. Overland Building. tf JEWELRY REPA I RING. A. BALLOT, pioneer v .tchinaker and jeweler, at 70S Main. A 6 LAND ATTORNEY. A. B. EATON, Surip, 603 Idaho Bldg. tf HOME PORTRAITS. J. U. BURNS. Phone 1208-W. tf JOB PRINTING JOB PRINTING—BEST EQUIPPED plant in the state for all kinds of job printing. Legal blanks a specialty. Capital News Publishing Co* 71? Idaho Street LADIES' TAILORING. WANDER BROS. 213 Overland bldg, tf MHS. K- FOREST, 422 IDAHO BLDG. tf MILLINERY MRS TYLER, 215 North Ninth. A15 Cull and inspect our line of hats. M. White Co„ 802 Bannock. F. tf MOTORCYCLES-BICYCLES j j ~ HENRY W. BAKER, Fox. Hartford and Fox Bicycles, 113 S. 11 Bt. tf LUMBER YARDS W. H. RIDENBAUGH, DEALER IN native lumber, Oregon shingles, also floorings, doors, windows, mouldings, and building material. Main and 4th Sts. Phone 958. tf MAPS. MAPS. BLUE PRINTS, Bus Overland Bldg. tt MEAT MARKETS FOR SALE pork, A Fresh beef, J mutton, poultry etc. £ cured meats of all » kinds. Salted and — smoked flBh. L< f; Farmerr' Market. 1221 Main. Ph. 1401. t; Harvey's, 724 Main. The commissary Market. Phone 21k ■ :'r- delivery, tf MONUMENTS T. F. FELTNEK, 1615 Main St. tf MATTRESS REPAIRING MATTRESSES MADE TO ORDER and repaired. Joslin-Garver Bed ding Co., 1514-1516 Main St.; Phono 693-W. tf MONEY TO LOAN. CHILDS it CO., 30-31 Falk Bldg. tf ROBERT VAN GILBE, 1325 Main. tf W. SCOTT NEAL, Farm Loan Man. tf E. C. LAUGHL1N & CO., H c /o money. A5 McReynolds & Whitson, 520 Ida. Bldg. tf THE NEWHOUSE INV. CO., Sonna Blk. tf ON chattels or salary. Reasonable rates. 463 McCarty Bldg., Box 187. if PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON farm security. II. E. McElroy, Em pire Bldg. tt' MONEY TO LOAN—On real estate, chattels, any and all kinds of se curity. Carter, McCarty Bldg. tt 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 Loan. Notes and mortgages bought; real es tate and chattel loans. Carter, Mc •'•rtv Bldg. tf FARM AND CITY LOANS. Headquarters for farm and city loans, any size. No delay. Courteous treat ment. New location, 209 North Eighth St. Bruce & Fuld Loan & Trust Co. tf HEADQUARTERS FOR MORTGAGE LOANS SOUTHERN IDAHO EASTERN OREGON Ira E. High a. Company Yates building, boise WE ARE prepared to malte or purchase conservative loans on Idaho or Ore gon improved farms; 8 per cent. No commissions. Quick service. Deal direct and save money. Idaho State Life. Umpire Blk., Boise. Myl NURSERY STOCKS. TREES! TREE81 TREES! Fruit, shade and ornamental; vines, roses, etc. F. J. Woods, corner 9th and Bannock, Nursery S. Walnut SL A10 OSTEOPATHS DR. CARRIE FREEMAN. IDA. BLDG. DR. H. D. MORRIS 204 SONNA BLK tf DR. MAXWELL, LADY OSTEOPATH, 304 Idaho Bid., Ph. 1676, Res. 1761. tf DR. HANDY. O. S., 622 State. Ph. 396. tf DR. WALTER 8 . KINGSBURY, 228 Idaho Bldg. Phon. 837. tt DR. 8 . R. RIGHTENOUR, Oateopath. Rooms 409-11 Empire Bldg. tf OPTOMETRIST^ D. M. FLEMING, Room 16, Gem Bldg. OPTOMETRIST. tf BOISE OPTICAL Co. 1008 Main St. Dr. E. S. Owen, OptometriBt. We put the E E's In eyes. Phone 2435. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER EMMA WILKINSON. 215 Idaho Bldg. Phone 460. a MISS A. DUNLLAF, 808 Overland Bldg. tf OPTICIANS. Globe Optical Co. Ryes axaminad. tory on tha premlaoa. 901 Main St Fac y\ Elilil b j n rt |»l;j PAPER HANGING SIGN and house painting and kalso minlmz. Foster. 110 Main, phone 1694-W. tf PHYSICIAN & SU RGEON UR. HOLVERSON, 317 Empire Bldg.; General practice; specialties. Ob stetrics (ctaCnenienta) Homeopathy. tt PHOTOGRAPHERS STAMPER—(Jor. 9th & Idaho. Friune 686 . I tf PIANO TUNING C. 1''. ROBISON, Wine Piano House, tf PLUMBING & HEATING AC51E PLUMBING & HEATING CO.. Ltd., Adelman Bros., managers; modern plumbing, nehtlng und sheet metal work 822 Idaho St. Phone 158. tt RENTALS. TATE INSURANCE AGCV., 222 Sonna block. tf SPRAYING S. R. CASTILE—Spraying. Ph. 2322R. High Pressure gasoline machine. A14 SHOE REPAIRING. RIEBE ANL COOPER 720 Main and 822 Idaho Sts. tf FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop, Capital News Bldg. Ai5 SHEET METAL WORK. ------- FUR NACH work and autj radiator re A:, puiring a specialty. Généreux Butler, 113 S. 8 th. Phone 574-W. : SOCIETIES. BOISE LODGE NO. 2, A. F. day evening in Masonic hall, ■Icome. Charles O. tf A. I-. &. A. M., régulai- meet-j ings every Friday. Masonic hall. Sojourners welcome. Perry C. Marshall, Secretary. & A. M., meets every Tues tf \ isitors Nelson, Secretary. ORIENTAL LODGE NO. 60, tf BOISE LODGE NO. 77. 1. O. O. F., meets every Tuesday night at odd All J. M. Hollister, Fellows Hall, 13th and Eastman. Odd Fellows welcome. Secretary. tf KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the! tlrst and third Tuesdays of each month at old St. John's hall, 8 th and Fort Sts. Visiting Knights are In vited to attend. Fritz Hummel, Grand Knight; ..rank F. Church, financial seoretti ry. if SECOND HAND STORE. A Washburn Mandolin for sale. Her furth & Nicliles, 1011. Idaho. Phone 1055-W. WE buy second hand furniture. Pio neer Furniture Company, 909 Iduho Street. Phone 285. WE pay the best prices for second hand furniture and we will exchange your odd pieces for new. Jenkins; Furniture On. _ Phon e 559. tf TYPEWRITERS. RENT A REMINGTON—Get perfect results; visibles $3 for one month; 17.60 for 3 months. Others at lower rates. Rental payments apply on purchase. Remington Typewriter Go., 258-7, Sonna Bldg., Boise Phone 133. if TAXIDERMIST. R. W. I.imbi rt & Co., 12: So. 11. tf VIOLIN MAKER. Robert Ballot at Sampson Music Co. tf WIGS AND TOUPEES Y AI. MATTHKUS. U,o4 l rî Main St. tf Well Drilling and Digging. ASHLEY & NEELEY, Ph. 137 or 9RI. The present war is costing Great Britain every two months an amount equal to the total cost of the Franco Prussian war. LAWYER PRAISES NEW DICTIONARY Accurate, practical and of Convenient Size. Money Well Spent, He Deolare*. The popularity of the New Universi ties Dictionary is becoming more and mote widespread as the distribution continues. Those who were among the first to secure a copy have told their friends how pleased they are or have shown It to them. All speak in the highest terms. One of Boise's promi nent lawyers is very enthusiastic over the New Dictionary. These were his words spoken as he secured the sec ond copy, one for hls home and the other for his office. ''I never spent 98 cents to better pur pose in niv wife. I have long been want ing just such a dictionary. It Is thor oughly up-to-date, gives a simple, ac curate definition of a lot of new words, and the illustrations are both inter esting and instructive. Its convenient sise and practical style of binding fur ther recommend it." Tlie New Universities Dictionary was designed to serve us a guide to the cor rect use of today's English. It is ac curate in its definitions and contains the latest and newest words whose general usage warrants their incorpo ration into a dictionary designed as thiH one was. primarily for everyday folks who want to speak and write the English languugc correctly und well. TODAY'S OFFICIAL WEATHER MAP U. S. Department of Agriculture—WEATHER BUREAU . 0 o 30-3 04 20 ° 1 p° : ,)° A 5 ." 10° sat Soma, SdnJnjo 29 CLpdii 7,131 io.^pO JJl '5 go» V Mm P' c. 3 wk or t /Kr* a k *'4 // ..I HI m.-K yM'/s W vrs>' Vs Alois«*. 50* /, \0 mfsm Snip IV / . 0 ° ■ rs ,.#S6L 55 i\ . 4% £ V: ./3QO /Jrr ; > . 60 ° / .1 " f- 11 A. t j-Sj'Y'i CX>\2/XZ} ŸA :<j > A /.•* w vv E3fI=*i;ANAT0RV MOTES'. I Observations taken at t a. n.. 75;h mevidlan time. Air pressure reduced to sea level, isobare (continuons lines) paie in rouan pointa of «mal air pressure. Jsotherm* ((lotted lines! pass through points of equal temperature: •>- - O clear; Q partly cloudy; 0 cloudy; ® rain; © snow; (M) report mluleg. Arrows fly with tbe wind. 1 1 FOR .CAST F <'l XITY- —Fair tonight with frost. unlay, fair. DAILY REPORT—Highest tempera ture yesterday, 6u; lowest temperature this morning:, 33; yesterday, 4 7. rt BOIS!*: AN» YD I Bat I can temp rature CONDITIONS mosphoric pressure overlies the gul.' states extending northward over Okla home, Arkansas and Tennessee and a small depression i.s apparent in the extreme northeast. High pressure overlies the remainder of the country. the highest readings being in northern w broad ar An area of low at ! ■ipltation bus Inna. ceurred tin north Atlantic •oast and o\ er a j art Item ; reaidling from the plains states t The temperature is much low tana and the adjacent Canadian prov inces, in Oklahoma and Kans the Gulf of Mexico. in Mon ! . and in the nort Atlantic states, while In Iowa, i I NOW UNDER WAY 1 First Consignments of Wool 1 Are Taken to the Nyssa Warehouse. Nyssa. April 7.—Sheep now under way here. Many thousands of sheep have been wintered in the Nyssa district. They arc now being ! sheared. Among the first to haul wool into the Nyssa warehouse is the Des eret Sheep company, which has about 300ft Cots wolds that were wintered two miles west of town. These sheep are said to be the finest bunch that were ever fed here. There is a report to L the effect that tlie Deseret Sheep ec*" • pan y contracted for the sale of Its wool here at 30 cents per pound, but this report has not been confirmed. The bricklayers a t he first story buildinfe being constructed for Wilsoi Bros., by Closson. Carmen Ä Gr« Nyssa contractors. When completed it will be one of the handsomest grocery stores in tlie county. W. G. Jenkins is cutting dov» n his 10 -acre apple orchard three miles northwest of town. The orchard Is 18 years old and was in fine condition, but it is a mixed orchard of varieties that are now considered non-commer cial. Mr. Jenkins states he will seed the 10 acres to alfalfa. Mr. Jenkins has a fine ranch there of 200 acres, most of which is in grain and alfalfa. 1 Wheat that was sown in tills section (Staff 'orrespondenee ) shearing of tlic hamlsom last fall is now beginning t good showing. The Altruist or young people's class | of the Presbyterian presented the church this week with a j beautiful piano. A liberty association has been 01 - charter inem make a Sunibiv s.'hool. giinizcd in Nyssa will bership of 50. The dues are being used to buy books for the library. The city council has granted the association free use of the town reading room. The association expects to conduct the li brary along modern lines, using the card system, etc. Experienced piano movers. Comp ton Transfer Co. Phone 48.—Adv. tf Remove Wa*te Matter That Causes Sickness "t cheerfully recommend Foley Cathartic Tablets to any one auffer lng with constipation or biliousness." George Jenner, 416 Labor SU San Antonio, Texas. When the bowels are clogged with a mass of poisonous waste, billout nes§, Elclt headache, sour stomach, bloating gases, and general discom fort result. A wholesome and thor oughly cleansing cathartic that wiU move oft the congested masa without griping or nausea is Foley Cathartio Tablets. Take them at bed time, and the next morning you will And a grateful relief, without any discom fort, headache or unpleasant after elects. They keep the liver healthily active, promote digestion, and shut out head aches and biliousness. Ask your druggist. Whitehead's Drug Store. Minnesota and South Dakota the tem Ipernture is much higher. Fair weather is expected to continue in Boise and its vicinity tonight frost tonight. and Saturday with LOWEST TEMPERATURE ELSE WHERE—Boston, 36; Buffalo. 26: Chi cago, 32; Denver, 24; De Galveston, 58; Havre, 18; Helena, 34; Moines, 30; The Great Dot Mystery Tommy's Utah asked him what n ■ seemed rather worried one morning and when Tommy us the matter he learned that a number of little chicken* nom hawks seen un the farm and Untie ere missing. Frank said that he thought the chickens had been stolen. "But I II 11 x the thief," said Uncle Frank. "I've set a trap and tomorrow what we will see." y could not wait until morning, so that evening he hid in the hen house and watched the trap. And he had only been there a little while when he saw a-. There had been n morning However, Ti 82 81 12 - .80 13 H .75 // •U j 14 ,5 -JS 15 n 16* rt y 76 17 ttf •10 '9 77 IS. '° ^ ,nci out w,lat Tommy got, join the dots with a pencil line, beginning with dot No. 1 and taking them in numerical order. Then cut out and paeto ch ria y' s Picture in a scrap book, and when the last one is printed, you will have "The Dot Farm" etory complete in permanent book form. 19 '76 20 - J •75 21 a • 74 - I 73'• fcfe 7 A , 6 >7 66 22 /72 23 (>5 HI' •54 26 5 24 4 •53 23' • 57 f. 27 • 70 *69 56 2 28 .50 •58 •« 59 - 49 52 29, ( .<3 *51 • 62 ; 60 . 36 \ F 31, TT. 32 61 30 - 33 42 w 31 33 34 37 38 •48 45 . 44 « 39. 47 40 41 46 ». I g® New Universities Dictionary COUPON enM«ni«l tu thm EVENING CAPITAL NEWS Three Coupons Secure the Dictionary How to Get It Present or mail to dûs paper three coupons like the above with ninety-eight cents to cover cost of hand fing. packing, clerk hire,ctc. For the Mere Nominal Cost of M anu fa ctu re and Dietributian 3"S*98c secure this NEW authentic Dictionary, bound in real flexible leather, illustrated with full pages in color and duotone 1300 pages. MAIL NUlmtemm, ORDERS WILL to to BE PILLED 25 DICTIONARIES IN ONE All Dictionaries published previ ous to this year are out of date Huron, 30; Jacksonville. 63: Kansas < ,; ty. .30; Knoxville, 43: Memphis, 40 ; Montreal, 30; New Orleans. 62: New York, 34: North Finite, 30; Oklahoma, Phoenix, Pittsburg, 38; Poca tello. 36: Portland. 48; St. Louis, 34: St. Paul, 28; Salt Lake, 34; San Francisco, 56; Spokane, 36; Winnipeg, 4; Wash ington, 34.