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Avail Yourself of this Opportunity. The Last and Best Portion
of Mrs. Sarah C. Thompson's land is platted, and / WILL BE PUT ON THE MARKET MONDAY, OCTOBER 26 We will put on the mar ket this, week all the land platted, from Main street to and. ipcluding Normal Hill, known as Mrs. S. C. Thompson's Second ad dition to Lewiston. Thi^ property is located in the center of the residence por tion of the city, beginning on Main street and extend ing to within one block of the new $40,000 High School building on Normal Hill. Mrs. Thompson is desirous of selling this prop erty AT ONCE, and the price and terms are such that give everyone an oppor tunity to get a home at small cost. . . • JV; .y- ... . ■ , . . - ' • ' .. ♦ ■m ■ I 4 " .1 * ? m w.m l ife» I Lots are 50 by 142 feet on 80 foot streets and 16 foot alleys LEWISTON WATER FRONT Price, $50 to $300 Each An investment of $50.00 not only provides absolute safety for your savings and starts you on the road to a competency, but offers a good investment as a gen eral business proposition. While attending the Fair, invrftigate this offer; you .can make an investment that will double in amount in a short time, as well as provide yourself with a good home ^ite. Doubtless tveiy person lias felt at some time that he would like to bt a land holder, that he would like to have a little piece' of the earth of this great country that he couid call his own. This is a w„ithy sentiment, but to select his piece of land in the heart n( a populous community, where the greater pressure of population will increase the value of his hold ing, c jmbines business and sentiment. This Is the Finest Location in This City for a Home or Future Business Property Fire, Life, Accident and Liability Insurance DO IT NOW Potvin & Howe 314 .Main Street LEWISTON IDAHO We buy, sell cL and exchange city and ranch property J* on a straight commission basis, protection to both $ buyer and seller. r ■*41*' ARREST OF AN OFFICER Charges Preferred by Mrs. Spencer Who Accuses Him of Assault United States Marshal Ruel Rounds has been placed under arrest at Boise on complaint of Mrs. George E. Spen cer, till lutely his chief deputy, who charges the marshal with assault. Marshal Rounds had dismissed Mrs. Spencer from her office without cere mony and it is alleged that she ob tained permission to copy some entries irom the ledger with the understand ing that she was not to alter any fig ures in the book. While she was en gaged In copying, Mr. Rounds, so it is claimed, observed that she was changing some of the figures. Mr. Rounds states that he asked her to de sist and upon her refusal to do so. he vent over and closed the book, replaça it on the shelf in rront of the desk ire which Mrs. Spencer sat on a ptool. Both Mr. Rounds and Dep ,rshal Stobbs positively deny marshal laid a hand on Mrs. The latter, however, insists Rounds grasped her by the using unnecessary force and Hiving her forearm considerably. She exhibits a discolored arm with the imprints ofyflngers showing plainly. nprints ofXflnge "We expecryo purchase 1,000 head of cattle in Arisona, and 400 head of hogs in Mexico this fall to stock our ranch," said Mr- PH ter. MEET IN CONVENTION TO IMPROVE THE RIVER Delegates From Many States Appointed by the Governors Assemble at New Orleans, La. it (Special Telegram to Evening Teller.) NEW ORLEANS. La.. Oct. 27.—Un der the auspices of the Mississippi River improvement and Levee associa tion delegates representing every sec tion of the large territory tributary to the "Father of Waters" assembled in New Orleans today lor a two days' conference regarding the desired im provements in the river. The main purpose of the- convention is to take steps to bring before congress the ur gency of new levees to keep the great river within bounds during the Hood season and to ask that body for an appropriation sufficient to cover the expense of the improvements deemed necessary. It is purposed to ask the national government to assume and control the construction and maintenance of the levees along the lower Mississippi as an aid to river improvement and the protection of the valley from Hoods as well as the protection from the accu mulation and discharge of the waters in the states above the Ohio river. The protection to be suggested Is by a sys tem of completed standard levees. The importunée of the issues at stake is evidenced by the large and repre sentative attendance when the confer ence was formally called to order to > day. A large majority of the cities and ' towns, beginning at Pittsburg at the head of the Ohio and Minneapolis and ! St. Paul at the head of the Mississippi down to New Orleans, were represent ! ed .while the chief cities along the lower Missouri river also had delegates present. Others who took part in the early work of the conference included delegates officially appointed by the governors of Louisiana. Mississippi, Tennessee. Arkansas, Illinois. Iowa. Ohio, Kentucky. Minnesota and other states bordering on the Mississippi or its principal tributaries. While at the fair don't fail to see Alice. Postmaster Chapman has been post Ing advertisements for bids on a new mail route between Lewiston and Clarkston. The mull is to be carried six times a week leaving Lewiston at K:30 a. m. arriving in Clarkston at 10 a. rn. and leaving Clarkston at 11 a. in. arriving at Lewiston at 11:30 a. m. I The object of this new service is to ■ connect with the malls on the Clear- ! water branch. LONG VIGOROUS AT SIXTY-FIVE i Ex-Secretary of the Navy Receives Many Messages of I Congratulation (Special Telegram to Evening Teller.) HINGHAM. Mass., Oct. 27.—The six ty-fifth anniversary of his birth was ceelbrated quietly today by ex-Secre tary of the Navy John D. Long at his home here. During the day messages of congratulation were received from friends and admirers in various parts of the country as well as from a host of residents of Hingham and vicinity. Mr. Long appears to be in the best of health and the weight of responsibility und care that have been his for so many years have left but few- traces. Alice, the ladies' and children's fav orite at the fair ground. M £ Ed. L Wiggins' "PERFECTO" Fifty Years the Standard <§> BAKING POWDER Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemists PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO.