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I y / / / / « a , <a î ✓ * ✓ ✓ î # "/ / / L c BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Evening Capital New» — an unoay morumg Published every altcrui ât Boise, Idaho, by THE CAPITAL .NEWS PUBLISHING CO.. LIMITED. TERMS Ul SUBSCRIPTION. Daily and Minuay by Mail. One Year .. . Six Months .. Three Months One Month . » 6 . j .50 ±>i Daily without Sunday by Mail. »5 00 »•S» t he t ar . .. Six Months . . Ihr ce Month* a5 • -I« lay only b. Mail. SI ,4. O: year .. bin M .»Ills '•So Week, y kapital Newa and Western Farmer, Review, Advance .*'- 3 ° One ^ sale at the fui* The Capital New* kept lowing places: Atlantic Uity, N j.—Star N Dur icy, iua. —bpiague k Terhune. Butte, Mont.—i' O. News btand; Kevfe Bru»., Proprietors. Birmingham. Ala. — Delaye's News Agency. Boston, iUa»s.— hagle N Cincinnati, U.—Louis Beterson, Filth and Vine atieeta. _ Caldwell, Ida.—Keith Miller, 130.1 Dearoorn five.; 'jarjioga Ne Cleveland, U. T x823 rrospect Ave. Duluth, Minn.—World News Co. Denver, Colo.—Dvitrcn * Busu. Detroit, Mich.— Metropolitan New» Co., office DaiU r, LI Paso, i Lmmcll, Idaho—S. J- kces. Fort Worth, Tex.—Kobcit Bloomberg; Bros. New, l.o Gooding, lcaho— C. J. Sliaier. Great rails, Moot.—Woild News Co. lia.ley. Idaho I. W. Fühl, f. (J. News Stand. Honolulu, Hawaii—Home News Agency. Idaho Falls, Idaho—ButlUain tk Co., Central Urug store. Co. lc. bUud. Lake Bbore New. Co., Da layette Ave. Tex.—impeml News Agency. .— C. \> . VV uhaui». Utta Co., Cor. llli tts., In laud News Agency. J. Morruon, F. Ü. f Co., Öi8 WgU Ne U4l**Alh King Dili, Idaho— Le New» Man-J. Kansas City, Mo.— Yuma Ne Meet. Lus .Angeles, Cal. —Kemp >ews Agency; »**«•'! News mi op, 1'iith and Broadway, M. Marcus, J. t_. ivlclntt-su. Menuian, iDtn • Muuti»cher, Idain-— J J Myer. A'., .ah, i*iai « —ID J;. Nutting, Minneapolis, Minn.—Kemp Ac Koben .. World News Vo. ..-w Haven, Conn. — Lagle News Co. Kampa, Idaho—iiallcy Wilton j H. L. Nichols A Du. Co.; be llrosd* k, N. V—Linkuit 4 Co., 8ew s' way. Otuano, Ore. On T Co. loaiio—Dray ;» a, Idaho -K. K. Stockton. lai ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES *. Alcorn« 33W. 34t" M.. New *ork. k \V. iitnkei, ,» Luiiuiii», Chicago. Ftankiy l-i People . FUalAuh CA DKG1 LET 1ERS lb TWO CH.S 1 s lit, e-l .11 lene »here there a : 1$ required < he th tula pua j ad?, going tnrougi; tue wo cent *ump at . Lui . fid In nt 1. poktOlflCI ent. t\ X a to XvlN L, X 6. U 1-5, luuiio Bldg. tt ). ii L N I'eiI, & LELANA, 62» EMPIRE, u DELA A iiacnteltcr, btl-3 ldaiio Bldg, li Attorney, oveiiand blk. it J. iiuOAHi .Gil SUN, Empire Bldg. CLINTON ii. i„ via Empire. Phone 187. tf U. F. NE. ELLIOTT M HEALY, Empire BLDG, D. L. YOUNG. 615 Empire. Phouu 187. tf HARK Y S. KESSLER, 619-21 Empire. U & HODGIN. 603-4-5, OPPENHEIM Idaho Bids. If J. H. GOOD, Attorney, room 3U2, Sonna Bldg. Phone 319-W. RICHARDS & HACiA. Lawyers, fifth floor, Idaho Bldg. tf E. M ELROY, Attorney, cui-e Bldg. HUG 609, Empli tf - C. E- WINSTEAD, 317 Idaho liidg. tf VV.V1 C. DUNBAR. 521 Idaho Bldg, tf LUCAS & M'ADAMS. 215 Idaho Bldg. tf CLAUSE W. GIBSON, Law and Land Practice, 6th floor Empire Bldg. if BARBER & LAVIDSON, Lawyers. 323 327 lduho Bldg. tr WYMAN & WYMAN, Attorneys, 206 201 Boise Gity National Bank Bldg, tf MARTIN & MARTIN, Attorneys-at fiiw. room 503-4-5 Idaho Bldg. tf s. T. SCHREIBER, mining and cor poration law, 419 Idaho Bldg K. I. PERKY. GENERAL LAW PRAC tlce, rooms 304-308 McCarty Bldg. Phone 16° tf ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. ADA COUNTY ABSTRACT COM-1 pany, Yates bldg. C. B. Coxe, Mgr. tfj ACCOUNTANTS. BOISE Audit Co., C. Van Deusen, Bx. 11 S3. Expert accountant; scientific' systématiser. Phone 1411-J. tf ARCHITECTS. 1TOURTELLOTTE & HUMMEL, chitccts, office on second floor Over d Bldg. AR If hi j AUTO DEALERS. j EIGHT CYLINDER. ... ! AleoU.n AU lO öaLES CO., 9Ui and Grove. Pnuno 35, or Res., 1671. AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES r.. -latx.s IGiMXiOM AND BAÏ 'F lift Y co., lia-121 S. 11th; Pnoue ...-J. AUTO REPAIRING. All kinds of ears repaired. Ninth and Grove, Hardman block. AU lO TOPS. uniy t st-ciass autu top maker in R. Atkins. 127 ». 11th. tf luahu. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING. tf . a. '.vSUN CO., 1125 Idaho St. AUTO LIVERY ! JUT-OF-TOWN trips, careful driver; Rhone 1394. tf 1405 Main. I j ABSTRACTS. BOISE TITLE M TRUST CU„ Idaho BiUfcj. Rhone 4 7 4. tf ASSAY ERS. BOISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, A8 sayers and chemists. A. G. Van Eman manager, 907 Idaho St., Phone 394. tf BOISE LABORATORIES CO., C. W. HarKinson, assayer and chemist, 227 S. lOtti St. tf BARBER SHOP. iiilKBl BACK, 12U N. 7til. ; 25c. _ Hair cut. tt BUSINESS COLLEGE. COMPETENT stenographers, book Kcepc-ra, cashiers, experienced or in experienced furnished on short notice Link's Business College, 1UI6 Idaho j fat. Phone IU7.0-J. tf CONTRACTORS. MOVING AND HOUSE work. CEMENTi L K. Hawk; Phone 24S7-W. tf i CB1NE5E PHYSICIANS. ; - ; DK. G. LOUK, CHINESE DOCTOR, ! 7 67 ldulio Street. y, j UK. FONG WEE, fourteen years prac | tice in Boise, 215 S. 9th Street. tf i DR. C. K. AH FONG, 210 N. 7th St., 40 years in Idaho; Box 133, Boise, Ida. tf ER. CHIN MAN SU I, Chinese phyai clan; treats all kinds of caronic dis office 711 RL..O street. tf eases. ! UH. V'/ING LEE TONG CO., treat8 with Chinese herbs, roots and medicine. Cartful treatment assured the afflict eU. Office 612 Idaho street. tf CLEANERS AND DYERS. | :L'C0.70MY DYE WORKS, STEAM ! cleaning and dying. French dry clean i ing; 411 N. 16th St.; Phone 2620. tf I CITY DY;E WORKS—Cleaners of fancy 1 gowns, gents suits dry or steam cleaned, branch office, P. 44. Works 1395. ; tf :<j A n, the Pantorium for garment cleaning, pressing, altering or repair ing. Phone 1025. Office, 611 Main; Branch, Owyhee Bldg. I tf CLEANING We clean everything. Sanitlx Cleaning Co. Men's special club rate—4 suits cleaned, pressed, 12 shoes shine, 22 per month. Phone 325. «I ABE MARTIN cleaning works, phone 90, 1914 N. 11th. Men's club rates, four suits cleaned and pressed and 12 shoe shines, $2 per month, shine parlors. 217 N. 8th: 108H S. 10th. tf COLLECTIONS. Western Reporting & Credit Co.. 403 404 McCarty Bldg. Phone 523. tf CHIROPRACTORS. A. E. .LIND, D. C., 624 Overland Bldg, tl MISS MeCOBB, D. C., 418 Idaho Bldg, tf C. G. BURT, D. C„ 3-4 Hotel Brand. t.f CHIROPODIST. C. G. BURT. D. S. C„ S-4 Hotel Brand, tf DENTIST. DR. DRESSER, 502 Overland Bldg, tf DR. "ARPENTER, 212 IDAHO BLDG. DR. COLYER, 401 Idaho £. Ph. 720. tf 1>K. SHELTON. Yatew Bldg. Ph. 251. tf Dr. Carrie L. Bert' nmm, 403 Idaho Bldg. tf DR. VALUER, ROOM 330 YATES Bldg Gas given. F hone 2618. DETECTIVE AGENCY. INTERMOUNTAIN DETECTIVE Agency. Prompt, reliable, confiden tial. Secret service in ail Its branches. Investigations and collections made through our agency In any part of the world. Phone 1843-J. Address P. O. Box 906, Boise, Idaho. tf EVE, EAR AND THROAT. DR. ED E. MAXEY, OCCULIST AND Aurlst, 204-0 Idaho Building. tf DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE and throat. B18-2C Overland Bldg, tf DR. BRANDT Throat; 207-9 Overland Building. DR. R. L. NOURSK—Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat; 406-7 Overland Bldg. EAR, NOSE AND FLORISTS. BAY HOUSE FLORAL CO., Boise, flural debigus, cut flowers, plants. if BOISE FLORAL CO., Ui N. 8th St.; choice cut flowers, floral designs, tf GROCERY KNIGHTS' GROCERY. 615 Main street; open all night; deli catessen goods and imported cheese of all kinds. tt HARNESS MAKER. BLOCK'S HARNESS SHOP and sad- I diery, 108 N. 11th, Phone 2488-W. if 1 HAIR SWITCHES. SWITCHES made from combings. Prices reasonable. Call or address Margaret Jordon, 1824 N. 20. Phone 2217-W. tt HOME PORTRAITS. ; J. G. BURNS. Phone 1208-W. tf S INSURANCE. I | SEE P. M. DAVIS for general Insur ance. Your patronage is solicited, j Overland Building. ' tf LAND ATTORNEY. 1 _ j A. B. EATON, Scrip, 603 Idaho Bldg. tt I i JEWELRY REPAIRING. I A. BALLOT, pioneer watchmaker and J jeweler, at 708 Main. ! I tf JOB PRINTING. ir.Q „„ivTiva „ . _ _ JOB PRINTING-BEST EQUIPPED I plant in tha state for all kinds of Job printing. Legal blanks a specialty. Capital Newa Publishing Co., 717 Idaho Street LUMBER YARDS W. H. RIDENBAUGH, DEALER IN native lumber. Oregon ahlngles, also floorings, i^oors. windows, mouldings, and building material. Main and 4th Sta. Phone 958. LADIES' TAILORING. WANDER BROS. 213 Overland bldg, tf MAPS. MAPS. BLUE PRINTS, tù* OvsrUnd Bldg. tf Call and inspect our line of bate. F M. White Co.. 803 Bannock, MILLINERY tf MATTRESS REPAIRING MATTRESSES MADE TO ORDER and repaired Joalin-Garver Bed ding Co.. 1514-UK Main St.; Phone 69S-W. u MEAT MARKETS TV FOR SALE j Fresh beef, pork. I mutton, poultry etc. ■ cured meats of all, I kinds. Salted and smoked fish. Farmerr* Market. 1221 Main. Ph. 1401. U MONEY TO LOAN. CHILDS &. Co., 30-2. Falk Bldg. tf! ROBERT VAN GILSE, 1225 Main. tf W. SCOTT NEAL, Farm Loan Man. tf McReynolds & Whitson, 520 Ida. Bldg. tf THE NEWHOUSB INV. CO.. Sonna _ ** ON chattels or Balary. Reasonable rates. 403 McCarty Bldg., Box 187. If PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON farm security. H. E. McElroy, Em pire Bldg. tf $10,000 or any part to loan at 8 per cent Interest. Phone 664, room 504 Idaho Bldg. Ml estate, MONEY TO LOAN—On real chattels, any and all kinds of se curity. Carter, McCarty Bldg. tf FARM AND CITY LOANS. ANY size. No delay. Courteous treat any size. No delay. Courteous treat ment. New location. 209 North Eighth St. Bruce & Fuld Loan & Trust Co. tf •••••••••••••••••• • • TVE BUY nrtes anu mortgage H. G. Myers & Co., 423 Over- • 1-nd Bldg. tf • • ••••••••••••••••a MONEY TO LOAN. We can get you a ranch loan of $1000, $1000, $5000 or any other sum up to $10,000 immediately; 8 per cent in terest; loan can be paid on 60 days' notice. Lender Is reasonable on val ues; 5 years' time if required. We also have good ranches to sell on Schooler-Starling Agency, terms. Overland Bldg. M3 MOTORCYCLES-BICYCLES HENRY W. BAKER, and Fox Bicycles. 113 S. 11 St. Fox, Hartford tf OPTOMETRIST. D. M. FLEMING. OPTOMETRIST. Room 16> Gem Bldg. tf BOISE OPTICAL Co. 1003 Main St. Dr. E. S. Owen. Optometrist We put the E E's in eyes. Phone 2435. 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. WAI.TER 8. KINGSBURY, 218 Idaho Bldg. Phone 237. tf dr. 8. R. RIOHTBNOUR, Osteopath. Rooms 409-11 Timplre Bldg. tf MONUMENTS T. F FELTNER. 1615 Main St. tf OPTICIANS. «b Globe Optical Co. Eyes examined, tory on the premiaea 908 Main St Fac fTCBEE 1 u E Ed PAPER HANGING I 1 " . i i . . . SIGN and house painting and kalso mining. Foster. CIO Main, phone 1094-W. tf tl - PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER EMMA WILKINSON. ZU Idaho Bldg. Phone 4(0. MISS A. DUNLLAP, 808 Overland I Bldg, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON DR. HOLVJERSON, 317 Empire Bldg.; General practice; specialties, stetrics Ccvafinements) Homeopathy. ' 'li tf PHOTOGRAPHERS Phone STAMPER—Cor. 9th & Idaho. 686 . tf PLUMBING & HEATING ACME PLUMBING Ac HEATING CO.. Ltd» Adeiman Bros., managers, modern plumbing, heating and sheet metal work 622 Idaho St. Phone 156. tf — PIANO TUNING C. E. ROBISON, Wise Piano House, tf RENTALS. ïa te INSURANCE AGCY., 222 Sonna block. tf SHOE REPAIRING. RIEBE AND COOPER 720 Main and 822 Idaho Sts. tf FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop. tal News Bldg. _ Capt tf SHEET METAL WORK. FURNACE work and autu radiator re pairing a specialty. Gcnereux & Butler, 112 S. 8th. Phone b74-W. tf SOCIETIES. s 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. . Perry C. Marshall, Secretary. £ Sojourners welcome. BOISE LODGE NO. 77. X. O. O. F., meets every Tuesday night at Odd F'ellows 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 ln vited to attend. Grand Knight; financial secretary. Fritz Hummel, - rank F. Church, tf TYPEWRITERS. RENT A REMINGTON—Get perfect results; visibles $3 for one month; $7.50 for 3 months. Others at lower ates. Rental payments apply on purchase. Remington Typewriter Co., 256-7, Sonna Bldg., Boise Phone 133. tf SECOND HAND STORE, i WHITE rotary sewing machine, good. Herfurth & Nickles, 1011 Idaho. | Phone 1065-W. tf WE buy second hand furniture. Pio neer Furniture Company, 909 Idaho Street. Phone 285. I WE pay the best prices for second- j hand furniture am* we will exchange ! your odd pieces for new. Jenkins ! Furniture Co. Phone 559. tf i TAXIDERMIST. R. \v. I.imbert & Co., 123 So. 11 tf VIOLIN MAKER. j Robert Ballot at Sampson Music Co tf Well Drilling and Digging, j ASHLEY & NEELEY, Ph. 137 or 9Ri. WIGS AND TOUPEES tf ; VAT. MATTHFUF 1<»04L Main St. Mexicans cannot well understand j those hard riding, straight shooting ( Americans who never pause for a i siesta! POLITICAL CONVENTIONS AND ELECTIONS IN 1916 • • May 18—Democratlt state • convention at Pocatello, • June 7—Republican national • convention at Chicago. June 7—Progressive national convention at Chicago. June 14—Democratic national convention at St. Louis, • Sept. 5— Statewide primary • | • election. • I Nov. 7—Geneial election. • | • I • e * e PAYETTE NEWS NOTES. Payette, May 5.—The wagon scales in front of the Payette grange were moved several feet to the north and new equipment added so as to make* it pos sible to do the weighing inside the of flee instead of having to go outside the building to do it. H. H. Precht is making exte tsive ini proveinents to his residence here. A three-room addition is being built, two The Great Dot Mystery ighty fine here o Cousin Alice after they had completed a v< everything you want; •It's a form in the summer time," said Tommy to hi successful egg hunt. "You hav everything fresh from the garden to eat. and there are It's all very fine now. but 1 don't think that I so many things to do. want to be cooped up here in the winter when the ground is covered î oil Id with snow." "Guess you don't know tt hat y< cousin. "Don't you think for a have forgotten that we have a are talking about." responded his little minute that we are cooped up. 1 guess you IT «< [/ C\ 7 9 I* > n J '\ r o lb .17 •18 32 31 •• 15 . -33 13 30 — 23. .34 - 28 • .33 37 .3t 4 I 27 . . -19 • 9 8 jo 2b II I?. : .6 25 7. .3 2. 20 21 24 ■ 23 22 J** "^° out what Tommy got, join the dots with a pencil line, beginning with dot No. 1 and taking them in numerical order. Then out out and paata »ach day'a picture in a scrap book, and when the last one it printed, you will have "The Dot Farm" story complete in permanent book form. DAILY PUZZLE PICTURE /) «■ «Y 1 VjL 4 & A Has*. mV tà ' \v C Ini -Vi M * tl tm ' I —-Xn , ' Si ê. |C ^ al ) F ^ /ft it) * 2 ll v A WHAT HAS SHE CAUGHT? There's a chap in the background here hidden away. We can't make him out at first look ; You can call him a lobster, a farmer, or Jay— We only know he "got the hook." Find the man she caught. ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLB Lower right corner down, above arm. Left side down in ehoulder and under pole. \ new porches, and the whole interior is being: remodeled. The plasterers are at work in the new Christian church being built here. Life is Just f tei- another' ■l, 00 r u hat w one darned election And what's the use? e elect to congress. Few signs of backward civilisation jure more convincing than pork barrels in congress and partisan politics in the running of a great city.