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ATTORNEYS. k. Ö. HUNTER, 627-8. Idaho Bid«. tf GEORGE H. RUST, 366 Sonna Bide, tl C. H. Ungenfelter, 301-3 Idaho Bldg, tf I. BOGART, Attorney, Overland blk. tf CLINTON H. HARTSON, Idaho Bldg. F- NEAL, 201-262-263 Sonna Blk. tf .LIOTT 86 HEALY, Empire BLDG. tf J. F. COLVIN, 4-5 Berino Bldg. OPPENHEIM & HODGIN, 603-4-6, Idaho Bldg. it J. R. GOOD, Attorney, room 302, Sonna Bldg. Phone S1S-W. tf 'RICHARDS k HAGA. Lawyers, fifth floor, Idaho Bldg. tf HUG* E. M'ELROY, Attorney, culte (09, Empire Bldg. tf C. E. WINSTEAD, 817 Idaho Bldg, tf WM C. DUNBAR, 321 Idaho Bldg, tf LUCAS k M'ADAMS, 216 Idaho Bldg. tt Son D. L. TOUNG, Lawyer, 355-368, nn Bldg. tt CLAUDE W. GIBSON, Law and Land »Practice, 6th floor Empire Bldg. tr BARBER 46 DAVIDSON. Lawyers. 323 327 Idaho Bldg. tf WTMAN & WYMAN, Attorneys. 206 208 Boiae City National Bank Bldg, tf Attorneys-at MARTIN 86 MARTIN, law*, room 503-4-5 Idaho Bldg. tf B. T. SCHREIBER, mining and cor poration law, 419 Idaho Bldg K. I. PERKY, GENERAL LAW PRAC tlce, rooms 304-308 McCarty Bldg. Phone ISO. tf tf ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. ABSTRACT COM pany, Yates bh' . C. B. Coxc. Mgr, tf ADA COUNTY ACCOUNTANTS. BOISE AUDIT CO., C. VAN DEUSEN, 1143; expert accountant; scien Phones 230 and lox tific systemizer. 1747-J. g ARCHITECTS. TOURTELLOTTE & HUMMEL, AR chltects, office on second floor Over land Bldg. tf AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES AND BAT WEB TERN IGNITION TF.RY CO., 119-121 S. 11th; Phone 284 - J. ___ AUTO DEALERS. EIGHT CYLINDER NELSON AUTO SALES CO„ 9th and Grove. Phone 36, or Res., 1671. tf AUTO TOPS. top malter in Only t- st-class auto Idaho. R. Atkins, 127 S. 11th. tf AUTOMOBILE PAINTING. W. A. MASON CU-, H25 Idaho bt ASSAYERS. BOISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, AS aayers and chemists. A. G. Van Eman manager, 907 Idaho St., Phone 384. tf BOISE LABORATORIES CO.. C. W. H&rkinson, assay er and chemist, 227 S. 10th St. U ABSTRACTS. BOISE TITLE & TRUST CO., Idaho Bldg. Phone 474. tf BARBER SHOP. HURRY BACK, 120 N. 7th. 2ÔC. _ liair cut. tt BOOT REPAIRING. BOISE SHOE HOSPITAL, 307 N. 8th. tf BUSINESS COLLEGE. e • COMP E T E N T Stenographers, • • bookkeepers, cashiers, experi- • • lenced or inexperienced fur- • 0 nlahed on short notice. Link s • 0 Business College, 1015 Idaho St. » • Phone 1055-J. tf O CONTRACTORS. HOUSE MOVING AND CEMENT work. I. K. Hawk; Phone 2457-W. tf CHINESE PHYSICIANS. B. a. LOOK, CHINESE DOCTOR, 707 Idaho Street. tf PR. FONG WEE, fourteen years prac tice in Boise, 215 S. 9th Street. it PR. CHIN MAN SU1. Chinese physi cian; treats all kinds of chronic dis Offtce 711 Idaho street. tf cases. DR. WING LEE TONG CO., treats with Chinese herbs, roots und medicine. Careful treatment assured the afflict ed. Office S12 Idaho street. tf CHIROPRACTORS. E. LIND. D. C.. 624 Overland Bldg. tf I1SS MeCOBB, D. C, 418 Idaho Bldg, tf G. BURT, D. C., 2-4 Hotel Brand, tf CHIROPODIST. C. U. BURT. D. S. C„ 3-4 Hotel Brand, tf COLLECTIONS. "COLLECTIONS"—Lucas & McAdams. 216 Idaho Bldg. Phone 460. tf Western Reporting 86 Credit Co., 403 404 McCarty Bldg. Phone D23. tf CLEANERS AND DYERS. ABE MARTIN, Cleaning W'orks, Pho. 80 L. M. Koache, Mgr., 1814 N. 11th. tf ECONOMY DYE WORKS, STEAM cleaning and dying. French dry clean ing; 411 N. 10th St.; Phone 2020. tf CITY DYE WORKS—Cleaners of fancy gowns, gents' suits dry or steam cleaned. Branch office, P. 44. Works 1286. tf CALL the Pantorium for garment cleaning, pressing, altering or repair ing. Phone 1025. Ofiice, 611 Main; Brunch, Owyhee Bldg. tf Contractors and Builders. FLOYD AND FISHER. Childrens furniture made. 1018 Idaho. tf DANCING CLASSES. 1916 and fancy dancing. Phone 435-J. _ A14 DENTIST. DR. DRESSER, ÔU2 Overland Bldg, tf DR. CARPENTER, 212 IDAHO BLDG. DR. CULVER, 401 Idaho E. Ph. 720. tf DR. SHELTON, Yate* Bldg. Ph. 251. tf Dr. Carrie L. Bert' -imm, 403 Idaho Bldg. tf DR. V ALKER, ROOM 330 Y'ATES Bldg Gas given. Ihonu 2618. tf DETECTIVE AGENCY. INTERMOUNTAIN D E T E C T I V E Agency. Prompt, reliable, confiden tial. Secret service in all its branches, investigations and collections made inrough our agency in any part of the world. Phone 2412-W. Address P. O. Box 906, Boise, Idaho. tf EYE, EAR AND THROAT. DR. ED E. MAXEY, OCCULIST AND Aurlst, 204-6 Idaho Building. tf DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE and throat. 518-26 Overland Bldg, tf DR. BRANDT — EAR, NOSE AND Throat; 207-8 Overland Building. DR. R. D. NOURSE—Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat; 406-7 Overland Bldg. DR. C. R. HUDGEL—Practice limited to the eye; 610-10»» Overland Bldg. FLORISTS. BAYHOUSE FLORAL CO., floral designs, cut flowers, plants. Boise, tf BOISE FLORAL CO., Ill N. 8th St.; choice cut flowers, flural designs, tf GROCERY. KNIGHTS' GROCERY. 615 MAIN street; open all night; deli catessen goods and Imported cheese of all kinds. A19 HARNESS MAKER. BLOCK'S HARNESS SHOP and sad dlery, 103 N. llth Phone 2488-W. tf HOTELS. MITCHELL HOTEL, a homelike place. Prices right; across from depot. A15 HAIR SWITCHES. Until May I, I will make switches from combings at half price. Address Margaret Jordan, 1824 N. 2CU. St., Boise, Idaho. Phone 2217W. tf INSURANCE. SEE P. M. DAVIS for general insur Your patronage is solicited. ance. Overland Building. LAND ATTORNEY. A. B. EATON, Scrip, 603 Idaho Bldg. HOME PORTRAITS. J. Q. BURNS. Phone 1208-W. tf JOB PRINTING lOB PRINTING—BEST EQUIPPED plant in the state for all kinds of job printing. Legal blanka a specialty. Capital News Publishing Co, 717 Idaho Streat LADIES' TAILORING. WANDER BROS. 213 Overland bldg, tf MRS. K. FOREST, 422 IDAHO BLDG. tf MILLINERY MRS TYLER. 216 North Ninth. A15 Call and Inspect our line of hats. F. M. White Co.. 802 Bannock. tf MOTORCYCLES-BICYCLES HENRY W. BAKER, Fox. Hartford arid Fox Bicycles. 113 S. 11 St. tf LUMBER YARDS W. H. RIDENBAUGH, DEALER IN native lumber, Oregon shingles, alto floorings, doors, windows, mouldings, and building material. Main and 4th Sts. Phone 958. tf MAPS. MAPS. BLUE PRINTS, «un Overland Bldg. tf MEAT MARKETS tr FOR 8ALE r. Fresh beef, pork, mutton, poultry etc. cured meats of all kinds. Salted and smoked flah. Farmerr - Market 1221 Main. Ph. 1401. tf Harvey s, 724 Main. The commissary Market. Phone 21c. Tr- delivery, tt MONUMENTS T. F. FELTNEFt, 1616 Main St. tf MATTRESS REPAIRING MATTRESSES MADE TO ORDER and repaired. Joslin-Garver Bed ding Co., 1514-1616 Main St.; Phone 693-W. tf MONEY TO LOAN. CHILDS 42 CO., 30-31 Falk Bldg. tf ROBERT VAN GILSE, 1225 Main. If W. SCOTT NEAL, Farm Loan Man. tf McReynolds & Whitson, 520 Ida. Bldg. tf THE NEWHOUSE 1NV. CO., Sonna Blk. tf ON chattels or salary. Reasonable rates. 403 McCarty Bldg., Box 187, tf PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON I farm security. H. E. McElroy, Em pire Bldg. tf MONEY TO LOAN—On real estate, chattels, any and all kinds of se curity. Carter. McCarty Bldg. tf MONEY—$1000, $1300, $1450 and $6000 private money, cheap to loan on good city or anch property. Phone 358. A16 WE BUY and sell notes and mortgages and make real estate and chattel loans. H. G. Meyers 46 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 loeationr209 North Eighth St. Bruce & Fuld Loan k Trust Co. tf HEADQUARTERS FOR MORTGAGE LOANS SOUTHERN IDAHO EASTERN OREGON Ira E. High a. Company YATTS Bin.DING BUISI WE ARE prepared to make 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. Empire Blk., Boise. Myl 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. 391. tf DR. WALTBR 8. KINGSBURY. MS Idaho Bldg. Phone 337. « DR. S. R. RIGHTENOUR, Osteopath. Rooms 409-11 Empire Bldg. tf OPTOMETRIST. D. M. FLEMING, OPTOMETRIST Room 18, Gem Bldg. tf BOISE OPTICAL CO. 1003 Main St Dr. E. S. Owen, Optometrist We put the E E s tn eyes. Phone 2435. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. EMMA WILKINSON, 2U Idaho Bldg. Phone 460. tf MISS A. Bldg. DUNLLAP, 308 Overland tf OPTICIANS. Globa Optical Co. Ryes examined. Fac tory on the prsmiaea 90 S Main St 0 7] EE PAPER HANGING SIGN and house painting and kalso mlnlng. Foster. CIS Main, phone 1094-XV. tf PHYSICIAN & SURGEON DR. HOLVKRSON, 117 Empire Bldg.; General practice; specialties, stetrics (ocxCDements) Homeopathy. Ob tf PHOTOGRAPHERS STAMPER -or. 9th «6 Idaho. Phono 686 tf PIANO TUNING <■' [■:. ROBISON, Wine Plano Houne. tf PLUMBING & HEATING ACME PLUMBING * HEATING CO., Ltd., Adeltnun modern plumbing, heating and sheet metal worl- 622 Idaho St. Phone 156. Bros., managers; tf RENTALS. TATE INSURANCE AÜCY., 222 Sonna block. tf SPRAYING S. R. CASTILE—Spraying. Ph. 2822R. High Pressure gasoline machine. A14 SHOE REPAIRING. RIEBE AND COOPER 720 Main and 822 Idaho Sts. tf FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop, Capital News Bldg. A16 SHEET METAL WORK. FURNACE work and auto radiator re pairing a specialty. Generous k Butler. 112 S. 8th. Phone 674-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. « ORIENTAL LODGE NO. 60, A. F. 86 A. M.. regular meet ings every Friday. Masonic hall. Sojourners welcome. Perry C. Marshall, Secretary. BOISE LODGE NO, 77, IO.O.F., meets every Tuesday night at Odd Fellows Hall, 13th and Eastman. Ail Odd Fellows welcome. J. M. Hollister, Secretary. tf KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the first and third Tuesdays of each month at old St. John's hall, 8th and Fort Sts. Visiting Knights are In vited to attend. Fritz Hummel, Grand Knight; -Tank F. Church, financial secretary. _ if SECOND HAND STORE. COOK STOVES and ranges at Her furth 86 Nickles, 1011 Idaho. Phone 1055-W. tt WE buy second hand furniture. Pio neer Furniture Company, 909 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 659. « TYPEWRITERS. RENT A REMINGTON—Get perfect results; visibles $3 for one month; $7.50 for 3 months. Others at lower rates. Rental payments apply purchase. Co., 266-7, Sonna Bldg., Boise Phone on Remington Typewriter 133. If TAXIDERMIST. R. W. Llnibert 86 Co., 123 So, 11. tf VIOLIN MAKER. Robert Ballot at Sampson Myslc Co, tf WIGS AND TOUPEES VAl, MATTHEUS. I0U4»,» Main St. tf Well Drilling and Digging. ASHLEY & NEELEY, Ph- 13" or 9R1. AVOID SPRING COLDS. Sudden changes, high winds, shifting seasons cause colds and grippe, and these spring colds are annoying and dangerous and are likely to turn into a chronic summer cough. In such cases take a treatment of Dr. Discovery, Syrup. It soothes the cough, checks the cold and helps break up an attack of grippe. Us already prepared, no mixing or fussing. Just ask your drug gist for a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery. Tested and tried for over 40 years. King's New a pleasant Laxative Tar adv New Universities Dictionary COUP ON tmmantmltuthm EVENING CAPITAL NEWS Hvm Co u po ns Secure (he Dictionary ns* Haw to Gét It Present or nail to tfaw paper three coupons like the above withninetr-erçht cents tocover costofhamï Kng, packing, clerk lme,etc. Far rts Masv Hmminal Coat a f 3T98c secure this NEW authentic Dictionary, bound in real flexible leather, illustrated with full pages in color and duotooe 1300 pages. MAIL ORDERS WILL Mi tm Hoorn,. a ■Er BE iM»ki FILLED 25 DICTIONARIES IN ONE All Dictionaries published previ ous to this year are out of date TODAY'S OFF ICIAL WE ATHER MAP U. 8. Department of Agriculture—WEATHER BUREAU "1 299 S«Uk* A JIAxfi >*, I » I Jg! ta Y I 7/ S. hi \ fr \ 9, soX; -s'. ft .301 GO.) $**•* f—*st \*P MlOlf } c» eô» . 60 » . P *M4tn. 2ÖÄ Ifl, 1.1 30 * an 5. •f eqoal air arsMura. laotbsrnu^oHsdltaîal'psa thmnglTpsli o dm; Q partly enudy: 0 eleudy; 0 ralp; 0 Obssmttont taken ai • a. m. ata of aqual ^«««» •*_§« ; 0 »pari «Mn. Anew» trwuhtbewlnd.fi j •a* * ■* FORECAST FOR BOISE AND VI CINITY—Fair tonight with heavy frost. Thursday fair. DAILY REPORT—Highest temper ature yesterday, 55;- lowest tempera ture this morning, 33; mean tempera ture yesterday, 46. Total precipitation for the 24 hours ending at 6 a. m., .27 of an Inch. CONDITIONS — The western low pressure area Is now' central In South Dakota and covers most of the plains region. The pressure is low also in the extreme northeast, but is high in other sections, the highest readings being on the Oregon coast. Precipi tation has occurred on the Pacific slope and eastward in to North Da kota and is reported from a few places in the north Atlantic «täte«. The tem perature Is much lower in the plateau region and north Pacific states and frost is reported from a number of places In this section. East of the Rocky mountains higher temperature prevails. Fair weather is expected to continue In Boise and its vicinity to night and Thursday, with heavy frost tonight. LOWEST TEMPERATURE ELSE WHERE—Boston, 42; Buffalo. 34; Chi cago, 44; Denver, 44; Des Moines, 56: Helena, 36; Huron, 52; Jacksonville, 58: Kansas City, 64; Knoxville, 62; Memphis, 60; Montreal, 40; New Or leans, 58; New York, 44: North Platte, 50; Oklahoma. 60; Phoenix, 50; Pitts burg, 42; Pocatello, 32; Portland, 38; St. Louis, 80; St. Paul, 48: Salt Lake, 36; San Francisco, 52; Seattle, 40; Spokane, 34; Winnipeg, 34; Washing ton, 50. Notice. We hereby announce, to our clients, that we have moved our law offices from the Sonna building, where we have been located for many years, to rooms 503-504 and 505 on the Fifth floor in the Idaho building. Adv-A16 MARTIN k MARTIN. Subscribe for the Capital News. »•••••»•••••••••P NOTICE. Subscribers who are expect ing the four magazines. Home Life, The Ho el old, F'arm Life and Wc men's Wor d, will re ceive their first Issue of their year's siha-rlptlon with the May number which should reach their addre s about A Til 20. Owing to the large number of orders sent, the agency from whom we order the magazines, write that our orders cannot be filled until the May number, and tha. each subscriber w'U receive a full yeai _ subscription from that da e. CAPITAL NEWS PUB. CO. Adv.—tf o o 0 o o e o e I DAILY PUZZLE PICTURE [ » c SPRING PRACTICE. Now doth the baseball playing chap to limber up begin And takes his truaty bat and swats the ball. He feels that he will be a star and lead his team to w But—watt and see his record In the fall. Find another ball player. ; n. ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE. Uppsr lift corner down in flowers. The Great Dot Mystery "I tell you what,'' said Tommy one evening after s.iprer. I bet you that if I wasn't so sleep.'- at night. I'd get mighty lonesome here when it get* dark. Now in tile city where I live there are always street cars and fire engines and things going by. And then almost every evening we have a visitor.'' His Aunt Belle smiled ns she replied: "Yes, you do get pretty tired and If you hadn't slept so soundly last night jou would know that visitor after you had gone to bed." "Who was It?" asked Tom And his aunt told hint that it vs had a >. all excited, as a —— • + » 5 lb .15 >7 • •14 » 8 . < .20 •13 A 19 .22 •12 6 • *23 24 - 69 21 • II •68 70 .7 71 • ,0 9 * • -8 25 ' *2 1 •67 2b 47 30 .■66 27 48- fc5 -49 29 -64 2ft 50 • .si 5-6^3 . 52 •Jl . 34 32 - / S3 * s 33 60 * 4 5fc » Sl rj .V 33 43 34 . 33 . V .33 41 37 ' S6' f'l' 40 -3 n y •J* wh «\ Tommy H»*. join the dot» with a penal! lino, boginmn» with dot No. 1 and taking them in numarieal order. Thou out out and m«o aeh day'» picture in a aerap book, and whan tha last ana la pi-intad, you will bava "Tha Oat Farm" atary complota in parmanant book farm.