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Earl A. Beeman, a farmer near Fletch er, 39 years old, was brought before Pro bate Judge Langford for examination this afternoon and charged with insanity. When questioned Beeman asserted that he had been crazy for the past io or 15 years, but was all right now. However, he said, I expect to die in five minutes, or most any time. Dr. C. C. Phillips gave expert testimony as to the man's condition. Witnesses from his neighbor hood testified to his strange actions. Beeman was committed to the sheriff and will be taken to Blackfoot aylum as soon as an attendant can arrive from there. The local talent of this city are arrang ing, under the instructions of J. H. Little and J. H. Gilbert, to produce a drama for the benefit of the Artisan lodge to take place in the ne«r future. GEO. H. LAKt, fcwclcr and Optician Next Door to Post Ooffice \ e e ee e te-eeeee e t-f# Bet Siltentat -sa» IMPORTING TAILOR Imported and Domestic Suitings in bolt Best of Workmanship Guaranteed .. Vmif Hniti/I Every suit of clothes zour uotnes m ,d e by me will be Pressed Free I * nd p«**« 1 **-"*-»» » • Free of charge during the life of the suit This is a yearly saving of from $101o $13. Alt other repair work at very lowast-prices.. No stingy samples to select from. The en tire bolt is on hand for inspection and ab solute fit assured. 2B6. MAIN STREET ÿ iiUAiiuittivr ITTTT^ J. H. HENLEY. H. B. HENLEY. J. W. HENLEY H enley bros. )1NO GROCERS And Commission Merchants, Cor. First and Main st., Lewiston, Idaho L. G NEAL, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER And dealer in furniture, picture frames and moulding, White,Wheeler & Wilson, New Home, Domestic and Standard Sew ing machines, Telephones: Store, 963; residence, 875. FOUND An Appetite..... ,THE loser can be put into * possession of his property by calling at the...... _ __W-S RESTAURANT 44 4 , ^ ,4 4444444444 4^4 4444444, WASH : CREPON ALL THE RAGE IN THE EAST. Ten new styles just received by express di rect from New York. Beautiful patterns, dainty, and exquisite. Regular value 25c. On sale for TODAY, TOMORROW and SATURDAY, 15c Per Yard. Come at once. They will go lively, a* .* j* a* THE The Place to Save Money __ . Phone 162 Main. LEWISTON FOUND HAWLEY. Lewiston Wins nn Errors nl the Kendrick Team By a Score of 12 to 5 , Long before the baseball game between Lewiston and Kendrick was called the grand stand and bleachers were filled to overflowing at the game played yester day. Umpire Gordon called time at 3 o'clock sharp with Kendrick at the bat. The main features of the game was the double play in the first half of the 7th when Clintan hit to Geo. Penny who tossed the ball to second, putting out Rowland, and J. Bradbury's quick throw to first putting out Clinton, and the high fly hit to Roos at center by Rubedew in the fifth inning. The home team found Hawley "the wonder" at every stage of the game, his delivery being wild in most respects and out of control. W. F. Kettenbach made his regulation play by being hit with a pitched ball in the ad inning. The plays in detail were as follows: Kendrick up ist innisg. ist half Mix took ist on balls, and made and and 3rd on a wild pilch and passed ball. Schuh trotted to ist on balls and Rnbe dew found the sphere for two bases to short who made error allowing Schuh to reach 3rd and scoring Mix. Vandewalker came up and played out by a hit to Shively who passed it to first. Hawley struck out and Andrews made ist and Rubedew and Vandewalker scored on Kettenbach's error. Vinson hit, making first and forcing Andrews to ad, Rowland struck out, retiring the side. SECOND HALF FIRST INNING: Shively came to the bat, made first and ad on a passed ball. Roos came to bat and Shively took 3d and home on passed balls. Roos found the ball and drove a liner to center, reached first and stole ad When Mundy walked up and drove the ball to 3rd putting him out at ist and giving Roos 3rd. L. Bradbury was next up and Roos came home on passed ball and the "wonder" toiling to put the ball over the pan gave Bradbury base on balls. J. Bradbury stepped up and a couple of wild pitches gave L. Bradbury and and 3rd. At this stage of the game Kendrick put the Moscow. catcher Shuh behind the hat, sending Andrews to short stop, when J. Bradbury was struck out. Geo. Penny next came up and hit to ad, who assisted ist in retiring the side, leaving the score 3 to 4 in favor of the visitors. The rooters from Kendrick, of which there were about 100, did some good work here. FIRST HALF SECOND INNING. Second inning Clinton walked up, tried to find the ball, but struck out Mix Came up confident but sent a short one to pitcher and out at first. Schuh found it but sent a long one to right field and tried to make third but quick work of Kettenbach throwing to Shively who tossed it to Mundy gave Kendrick a goose egg. SECOND HALF, SECOND INNING. Wilson made ist on a clean bit to right field when L- Penny came up and gave him and on a passed ball and 3rd and home by two errors of third baseman. Penny struck out when Kettenbach walked up and received his regulation time by taking ist on a hit ball. Shively came up, Kettenbach stole to ad and made 3d and passed balls and Shively walked to ist on the inability of the pitcher to find the plate. Roos came up next, Shiyely made ad on passed ball and Kettenbach scored op the catch ers error. Roos made first on fielder's choice. Shively limped to home on passed ball. Mundy fanned and Roos stole and when L- Bradbury fanned retiring the side. Score stood 5 to 3 in favor of the home team, the visiting rooters get weak FIRST HALF, THIRD INNING. Rubedew went to ist on balls, Vande walker came next, Rubedew took and on passed ball. Hawley came up, sent one to ist and out. Rubedew scored on an error of and and Andrews sent a foul fly to short stop putting ont Vandewalker and retiring the side. SECOND HALF THIRD INNING. J. Bradbury found it and made ist on fumble by short stop, stole second and G. Penny went to ist on error of catcher. Wilson fanned. J. Bradbury stole 3rd and scored on passed ball. L. Penny took ist on hit and sent G. Penny to 3d who came home on a passed ball. Kettenbach's hit made ist on error of ist baseman, scoring Geo. Penny and ad vancing L. Penny on ad and stolen base to 3d. Shively rested. Kettenbach stole to ad when Shively found it with high fly to ad and out. Roos hit to short stop and made ad on error of ist, scoring L PennyJ and Kettenbach. Mundy came up, Roos tried to steal 3d and retired the side, score 9 to 4 favor home team. FIRST HALF FOURTH INNING. Rowland sent one to first and bit out. Clinton sent a fly to Mundy and - out. Mix hit one in the air with Shively under it. Side retired. SECOND HALF FOURTH INNING Mundy sent one along the ground to and, and was pnt out at ist. Lew Brad bury fanned, and J. Bradbury sent an easy one to ist, leaving no change in the score. FIRST HALF FIFTH INNING. Schuh took a base on balls, when Rube dew came up Schuh stole to and and made 3rd on passed ball. Rubedew sent a high fly to center and out, scoring Schuh. Vanderwalker hit to pitcher and out at ist. Hawley repeated the play, sending the team to the field. SECOND HALF FIFTH INNING. Geo. Penny fanned as well as did Wilson, and L. Penny sent a fly to left field, sending the visitors to the bat. FIRST HALF SIXTH INNING. Hawley batted and made ist and was called out for batting out of order. An drews and Vincent both fanned in turn SECOND HALF SIXTH INNING. Kettenbach fanned, Shively found it by a liner to ist, who tossed it to pitcher putting him out on ist. Roos took his base on balls and stole ad. Mundy sent it to right field, giving him ist on error of right Mundy tried to steal ad and was put out by catcher's quick throw. Roos scored. FIRST HALF SEVENTH INNING. Rowland made ist on a hit to center. Clinton hit to short who handed it to 2nd putting out Rowland and making double to ist, putting out Clinton, Mix fanned. L. Bradbury made a clean hit to left field gaining and base. J. Bradbury sent another one the same place, makiug and and scoring L. Bradbury. Geo. Penny came up and fanned out giving J. Bradbury 3rd on passed ball, W'ilson took ist on balls. L. Penny came up, Wilson took and on pitcher's interference of catcher's throw to head him off. L. Penny flew to short and out. Kettenbach came up, Wilson made 3rd on wild pitch and Kettenbach fanned. Score stood ia to 5 in favor of home team, FIRST HALF EIGHTH INNING. Schuh hit to short and out at ist. Rubedew weut out on a fly to 3rd, and Vandewalker fanned. SECOND HALF EIGHTH INNING. Shively hit to pitcher and out at ist. Rood hit to and and out at ist. Munday made clean hit to left field making ist. L. Bradbury hit to and, making ist and putting Mundy out. FIRST HALF NINTH INNING. Hawley called out on bunted ball. Rubedew made first on a hit to right a nd Wilson Canned. Rowland hit a short one to pitcher and gained and by error of ist putting Rubedew on 3d. Clinton sent one to 3d and closed the game at ist, leaving the score 12 to 3 in favor of the home team. The Kendrick team was made up of four players from Moscow, two from Pullman and three from Kendrick. General Summary. TABULATED SCORE: Lewiston AB R BH SH Shlv.ly, p.......... 4 2 0 Roos, c f........... 4 Mundy. 3 b......... 5 0 1 1 Bradbury, L. c... i 1 4 2 2 Penny. G. s s... 4 i 0 0 Wilson, lb...... 3 1 1 Penny, L. 1 f....... 4 1 0 Ketteubach, r !.. 3 2 0 34 12 7 1 Hawley out for batting out of turn. Kendrick AB R BH SF Mix. 2 b............ 3 10 1 Schuh s ». c....... 2 2 * ! Rubedew cf, as. 3 2 0 Vandewalker, h b 3 0 1 1 Hawley, p........ J 0 0 j Andrews, c. si.. 4 ® * Vinson, rf......—. 4 0 5 Rowland, I f....... 4 0 0 1 Clinton. 3 b........ 4 J> _0 ' 33 S 3__ PO A E 1 4 1 i 0 1 3 1 0 10 0 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 i 1 26 h 2 PO A E 3 3 1 I U 1 0 0 0 5 I 0 1 2 0 11 0 I 0 0 1 1 0 0 9 1 2 24 7 4 6 7 8 9 12 1 2 0 x 0 0 0 0 5 Lewiston..... « ....... 2 3 4 Kendrick............... 3 0 1 Stolen bases. Lewiston 8. Kendrick 1. Earned runs, Lewiston 1 . „ „ _ . . Third base hits. L. Bradbury, J. Bradbury, Schuh. Second base hits, 0. Hone runs. 0. Double plays, Penny to Bradbury J. to Wilson. Innings pitched by Shively. 9. By Hawley. 8. Hits 0« Shively. 3. Hawley. 7. Struck out by Shively. 8. By Hawley. 12. Basea on balli by Shively. 4 By Hawley, 4. Wild pitch by Shively, 2 By Hawley, 4. Hit by pitched ball by Shlvalv. 1. By Hawley, 1 Passed balls by Bradbury, 2. By Andrews, 4. Schuh 3. Time of game 3=10. Umpire, Gordon. Scorer, Stannus. Will Run Oat The Hobos. Marshal Denny has started a crusade against the höbe» which are fast becom ing a nuisance by begging on the streets of the city, and started in last night by gathering in five of the "Weary Willies" who will be fed on bread and water until ready for shipment. He says that he is bound to clear the city of beggars and tramps and will, as soon as the occasion demands, place them on the "chain gang." This is a determined step in the right direction and the "hungry boys" will probably give Lewiston a wide berth in the future. The Southern Idaho Mail of Blackfoot says: "Dr. Poynter has located at Lewis ton .where we hope he will meet with the same enviable success which he had in Blackfoot. The doctor has proved him self to be one of the most careful and successful physicians ever located Bingham county, and the surgical opera tions he has attended have all turned out well. The Grove City is loath to lose him, but our loss is Lewiston's gain. It's a Good Time NOW To Buy a Ham mock.* We have the Finest Line that has ever a* been in the city» without question $1.50— to $8.00 Thatcher & Kling Stationers SMOKERS, LOOK AT THIS! List of eigarst IMPORTED U Espanola. .....................3 for 24c Bock V Cia..............................25c Henry Cl»v. Henry The Fourth ....................24c El Duque De Veregua .............24c La Int.grtdad .......................24c Monogram, High Life. El Sidelo El Talegrafo Henry The Fourth La Celest<na ■» Sanchex V Haya KCV La IniegrldaJ J . La Sincere West El Huaar Princasa Louisa La F referenda Flor Da Manuel Garcia Robert Bum* Factory Smoker J _ Cuban Twist I Do. wigwam (home made) > ,, éœr ) mc$t,c Exports Cremo The Owl Brand Colonel Baker, American Pearl, Junior La Celestina, Blue Point Pittsburg stogas, 2 for 4c The Benedict................10 for 10c Huffmsn House.................10 for lUc Benegal, little cigars.........10 for 10c Bd. L. WIGGINS Shirt Waist tr THE 5 Course u OF Our SALE Is an unbroken series of ues. Intrinsically by < soch specials have ever ers. The material eac ii ive grade compars witli aronnd in far more cost The workmanship in < is careful, skillful and approved methods. 1 are distinguished for d gance and wonderful as some of these waists f last long at the cut p going at. No waists exchanged during this of highest val every test no ■I greeted buy :ii in its respect til fabrics found stlier garments, every instance d after the most The trimmings daintiness, ele assortment. Get for they wont prices they are ; taken back or s sale. ALEXANDER S' & J. d Rooms 25c and 50c d Neat and dean ] BOLLINGER HOUSE j New Brick Building d D Street jt Between Third and Fourth Meals 25c •mg" LEWISTON, IDAHO LEWISTON MILLING CO., Ltd. S ^>largest Flour Mill in the State Manufactures CENTO CLEARWATER STRA! Whole Wheat Flour ma of all kinds in stock, filled. RY 1900 PATENT, GHT; Graham and de on burrs. Feed All orders promptly et«Mr The Royal Tailors 'I have purchased the Royal Tailor samples from Fox the Hatter and will continue the business of that old reliable firm here. Satis faction in fit and finish guaranteed. Prices reduced 10 per cent, a* j* a* ^ . SAPP-The Red Front Main St. R. W. SAPP-The Red AAA J. O. VASSAR, Manager. LEWISTON F. B. WILLIS, Sec'y anti Treasurer Furniture and Undertaking Co Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Embalming Wholesale and Retail Everything to lb* Housefumishingline Cootol'U Stock ©dd Fellows' BulldinS