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The Arena of Sport The All-Northwest Team. The selection of the All-Northwest football team for the year 1908 has been made by the coaches of the teams representing the seven most import ant colleges of the Inland Empire. L. Savidge.of the University of Idaho, was the onlv Gem State man to secure a place on the team. Rodney Small, also of Idaho, last year's All-North west quarter, was beaten for the posi tion this season by Coyle, of Wash This selection was a surprise mgton. to many for Small is regarded as one j The of the best men in the west, team as selected is as follows: Savidge, Idaho, le; Pinkham, Ore gon, It; Babcock, Washington, Ig; Cherry, W. S. C. c; Moullen, Ore gon rg; Jameson, O. A. C. rt; Mc Quillen, Whitworth, re; Coyle, Washington, q; Borleske, Whitman, (captain) lh; Wolff, O. A. C., rh; Clarke, Oregon, f. Game Waan't Played. The baseball game which was to have been played at White Bird last Friday between White Bird with McCoy Hill as pitcher and Freedom with Fred Lange as the slab artist did Friday's weather was about the worst the Salmon river people have experienced for some time and neither of the far-famed pitchers and their respective team mates appeared on the field, dance was held in the evening as advertised and was a complete success. not materialize. j Ehe TOLO. Mrs. A. J Watson returned to her home in Grangeville Friday after spending a week in this neighbor hood. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Long are the proud parents of a baby daughter who came to make her home with them Saturday, Nov. 29th. Skating is the chief amusement in this vicinity at present, both the Stew art pond and the big lake being in good condition. Tolo lake is not yet verv safe near the center, however. A literary society was organized at the Adkison school house last Satur day night. We hope sufficient interest in the new society will be taken by both old and young. Much benefit may be derived from a good literary society. Messrs. Cash, Pugh and returned last T uesday from their hunt ing trip in the mountains south of Grangeville. Messrs. Cash and Pugh were fortunate in securing a deer apiece, but Mr. Miller, owing to a severe attack of rheumatism, did not get to enjoy his trip very much. Miller **5» A * « m m M V 'V ij V , ,. f»i 1/ R. I I > I in of try -with the ; ■r >3 pair ij n ■at the ARMORY THIS WEEK The Leader, Grangeville's Low Price and Quality Store SHOWS ARE GOOD. c J. Francia Wilton Company Appearing at Armory All Thi* Week. The J. Francis Wilson company is "making good" this week at the Armory. The company is composed of ten people, all of whom have ap peared to advantage in the plays pre sented thus far during the engagement. Saturday night the company opened with the strong drama, "In the Shadow of the Cross" and on Monday even ing " The Senator's Daughter" was produced. A fair sized audience greeted both plays and the latter piece, especially, was very well presented. Fast night "The Lighthouse Rob j bery ' was the bill and the work of the entire cast was most pleasing. Tonight "Roanoke" an exception ally strong play, will be produced. "'Ehe Devil's Case" is tomorrow night's bill and Friday evening the laughable comedy, will be given. The latter three plays are recommended as productions of sterling worth and all who attend are assured of witnessing some creditable performances. G. C. Cohn, who recently ac quired ownership of the Armory rink and theatre, has arranged for a sort of a "housewarming" thereon Saturday; evening. The Wilson company, and perhaps some local talent, will put on ' a vaudeville show lasting two hours after which a dance will be held un "Ole Olson," to as T he performance will til midnight, start at eight and run till ten o'clock, after which the Riggs orchestra will furnish music for dancing. T he pro gram to be given by the Wilson com pany is as follows: Farce, "Gaze & Co., Rubber Merchants," by J. Francis Wilson. The cast: "I. Will Bounce," repre senting Gaze & Co., B. F. Bogardus; "Yen Yensen," rubber merchant, J. F. Abbott; "Isador Rosenthal," rubber merchant, Don Mullally. B. F. Bogardus, songs. E. B. Gallagher, monologue. "The Rustlers," by Don Mullally. The cast: "Juan," a greaser, Don Mullally; "Harold Gage," erter, B. F. Bogardus. J. Francis Abbott, songs. "The Thief." j Hamilton," Ora Thief," Helen Barnham. Baby Ollie, songs. Abbott & Clayne in "A Little of Everything. " "The Cook's Revenge" by the J. Francis Wilson Co. her the in in yet at by of a not « a des "Mrs. "The Cast : Wolf; New Secretary of Navy. Truman H. Newberry, the new secretary of the navy, is a native of Michigan and is forty-four years of He spent several years as presi age. dent of the Detroit Steel and Spring A Careful, Bountiful and Economical Christmas Store WÂ It's fine, sure, to choose Christmas Gifts from such a store as ours-—useful gifts. Why not choose now while assortments are at their best. If you do not wish to take them home now we will mark them and deliver at your appointed time. 7/ V rat V *>*.. A am n < n \ A\ v 4M CLOTHING Wouldn't you like to save a few dollars right at Christmas time on Clothing? That is exactly what we can do for you right now—save you a few dollars on a Suit of Clothes. Special prices on a number of Suits, Overcoats and Pants from now until Xmas. See them, price them, and you will buy them. Holiday Presents Men are Happy to Receive Smoking Jackets—you'll have to see them to ap preciate their beauty. Neckwear—a bewildering as sortment. Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Suspend ers, Hosiery, Slippers, etc., in vast assortments. w* i KV \ ? V. •iii! ■m v. Christmas Linens We have a hue stock of Christmas Linens and the prices are very reasonable. QlR Dolls and Toys Rugs All the pretty playthings—dolls and toys—here in matchless array. Kid body and dressed dolls with very pretty faces, eyes and hair. Mechanical Toys—Automobiles, Mot ors, Magic Lanterns, Trains, See Saws, Musical Tops, etc. Better choose now while the stock is complete. An ideal gift, safe to decide on and would he much appreciated by any re cipient. Axminster patterned rugs 27x 54 inches at $3.50 and $4.00. Larger ones 36x72 inches at $5.00 and $6.00. Sheva Ingrain rugs, room size, 9x12 feet at $6.50. Tapestry, Velvet and Axminster rugs 9x12 feet, in beautiful Oriental and Flor al designs at $20. to $35.00. Cut Glass, China and Silverware Are all included in our holiday of fering and add much to making selec tions more easy. Only the best things of their kind in beautiful assortments and very moderate prices. Handkerchiefs Lite selling is tremendous but sup plies are ample. We knew we were get ting some bargains when we bought them and the public realize it too, now, and are buying with a vim. Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 2^c, 5c, 10c, 25c, and up to $1.50. Men's Handkerchiefs at 5c, 10c, 25c, and up to $1. All Around the Store Combs, Brushes, Military Brushes for the men; dainty Laces and Ribbons, Pillow muslins, Back Combs, Gloves, etc. Other things that it would be well to include in your Xmas list: Neckwear for the ladies; Handbags, Tops, Shoes, Hosiery, Under Alexander-Freidenrich Co. Largest Because Best I company, and was one of the orga nizers of the Michigan state naval I brigade, serving as landsman in 1895 > and lieutenant in 1897-8. In the war I with Spain he served on the U. S. S. Yosemite. Mr. Newberry was ap pointed assistant secretary of the navy in March, 1905. He is rated as one of the best naval experts in the coun try and the wealthiest man in the cabinet. ; Hand Painted China. Before purchasing Christmas pres ents see my line of hand painted china which will be on exhibition at the Globe office about December 1 5th. Over 300 pieces, all sizes and prices. M rs. A. M. Baker. f L. J. Root Lumber Co. ( « l I Successor to Monlux Lumber Company A complete stock of Rough and Finishing Lumber always on hand * . / Grangeville, Idaho I ** ■O' ** *++* .**• .**• .**■ ** 11+ ll< 'III» 1 nn ini' ■mi ■mi« ■nu— mi " " mi« >»»< The L. & E. LIVERY S. M. JONES Proprietor = L THE VERY BEST OF SERVICE TO ALL OUR PATRONS • »II " ' UH .■+ ■till« •im< >»»< >»»• ■llll' >IMI< «II»'