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ütitt'J Do you do profitable buying? or do you In get the habit It« Profitable the haphaoard aort of way? The advantage* of buy are so numerous that we'll not attempt to tell you about a general way that you'll find everything to your any suggestion the ing l' ere •em except In iking here. If 118 not then we l1 accept way of improvement for we are. here to please you and give y,„ the best merchandise, store methods and courtesies. start today \Ve are ready with the choicest merchandise ever brought to Lew ton— that's something you should consider. Then, the prices at. reasonable at tW Quality Store. A Suit Department a your ÏÏÎÏ 1 with the brightest and best that is to be had. Our Suits are dif ferent from every standpoint, as W e have exclusive sales of many of New York's finest tail ors. Stunning styles In Pony jacket Suits, made up in broad cloth, tweeds worsteds and plain serges. These suits are simply trimmed with neat silk braids and buttons and are both genteel and stylish. Then, the coats—say, if you want pretty ones come here for 'em. We are showing 'em In dozen« of pretty styles, at prices lower than you expect to pay, and quality always In keeping with the high class goods we handle. Special Coat Values $6.00 to $50 Spacial Suit Values gt $10.00. <// / H 111 Stein-Bloch and Hart, Schaf far A Marx Suits priced less and worth more from every point of view than any other makes. Judge for yourself. Fit a man in one of either these two popular and good brands and you can pick him out of a dozen as the best dressed man in the lot. There's a reason—52 years of knowing how to make good clothes and constant applica tion to details make our suits simply splendid« Your next suit should be one of them. Can we sell It to you? New styles at $10.00 to $35.00 that you'll like. 0 . A. KJOS The Lover's Tub ! IS GOING SOME. TRTIT Let the Children Enjoy Them selves at the Merry- Go-'Round „ Main Street, Between Seventh and Ninth Strer ts SKINNER & MOUNGr GO. *EAL ESTATE AND RENTALS. Room 1 , Donzae Bilding. ^ -J Chicago and New York LAKE 8H0r E—NSW YOR . CEN tral. l ^» Chicago __ PERSONAL, Professor J. P. Smith, principal of the schools of Troy, arrived in the city this morning to visit with her daugh ter, who is attending the Normal schooL Judge S. S. Denning of Moscow was an arrival in the city this morning to take part In the hearing of the Ken drick treasurer case before the dis trict court Don Cameron has returned from a trip into the White Pine district around Elk Creek Falls. Mr. Cameron is in terested In the $lk r «reek country, hav ing purchased two tine claims at the Elk Creek falls. Jack Kness. a prominent business man of Ilo, was a visitor in the city today. Mrs. L. J. Dubray will leave this evening on the 11 o'clock train for a short visit in Spokane. BORN—At St. Joseph's hospital this morning a son to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Greer. OREGON Short Lp UNION P^CIfW ONLY LINE EAST VIA SALT LAKE and DHNVEit TWO TKA1NN l,A I l V TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA, WAR* FAST MAIL— For Pomeroy. Waltshurg. Dayton. Walla Walla. Pendleton, Baker City and all points East. departs daily.............12:50 p. n FAST MAIL — From all pointa East. Baker Cltv Pendleton. Walla Walla. Dayton, Wattsburg. Pom eroy. arrives dally........ 1-1* d EXPRESS for Portland. San Francisco. Raker City and all points East, departs... # 5Sp. - EXPRE8S from all points East, Baker City. San Francisco, Portland, ar rivas dally .............. S: 46 a. n CLUB; LIFE. ALL FOR GREATER LEWISTON Tlie Lewiston Commercial club is to he reorganized. The entire commercial interests of Lewiston and Clarkston are to be banded together for one great purpose—to upbuild the com inunity. Factional differences are to be for gotten in this great work. The new organization is to he representative of •■very Interest in the twin cities, and Lewiston Is to enjoy from this date on. in addition to her great natural ad vantages. the great power of human energy and activity working for the greatness of lier future. Afti r a rousing address last night by Toni Richardson of the Portland Com mercial club tills action was decided '•pou and the enthusiasm with which 1 be suggestion was received gave posi tive proof that the idea will be car ried out, and the energy of Lewiston people will hereafter be a matter as much to be boasted of as her great natural resources. To Make Lewiston Grow. Tlie new organization will be launch ed at some date named by Dr. J. B. Morris, chairman of the meeting last night, when nearly every man present pledged himself to attend a session of the business men when a club will be formed to "Make Lewiston Grow." At the close of last night's meeting. Councilman C. F. Osmers took the floor and stated that the enthusiasm at the meeting warranted definite ac tion. He suggested that the Commer cial club should be reorganized, and that every man present pledge himself to attend a meeting at the call of the chair for the purpose of reorganiza tion. Mayor Heitfeld followed the remarks of Mr. Osmers with a motion specify ing that It be the sense of the meeting that they should organize a great com mercial club, and that they would at tend a meeting for that purpose. A standing vote was tken and each man was put on record in favor of the movement. Over 250 Man Präsent. The meeting last night was full of enthusiasm, and the fact that over 250 people turned out to this meeting for the purpose of organizing public ef fort to upbuild tlie city showed the speakers that Lewiston's business mer* are awake to the needs of the hour. I and gave enthusiasm to their ad I dresses. I As the Lewiston band concluded tts I program outside the hall Chairman j Morris called the meeting to order I and introduced C. C. Chapman, man j ger of the Chapman Advertising bureau of Portland, who gave an ad ; dress upon community advertising. I How to Advertise ■ City, j "The problem before a city Is the I same as the problem before a mercan 1 tile house," he said. "If ybu want to do advertising the first thing to do is to organize your campaign, decide how much money you have to spend, and then put the work In the hands of competent men. who understand the advertising proolem. It is absolutely necessary that none of the funds be wasted on non-productive advertising. Advertising is a commodity of fixed commercial value, as much as sugar or brick, "and should be bought with the same business care." Mr. Chapman spoke of the fake ad vertislng schemes that ace launched' in communities and declared that it could be taken as a precedent that the clever advertising salesman was selling advertising of little worth. "Good ad I vertlsing does not have to be sold," he said. "When you advertise, buy your advertising and do pot have it sold to you." ' Drives Home Cold Facts. Mr. Richardson was then called, and gave a straight talk direct to the point. He declared Lewiston has not made the growth in the past few years she should have made, and showed in his address that the Lewiston people alone were to blame because they have not made the progress. "Lewiston has lost more than any other city I know of," he said, "becau of her failure to realize the responsi bilities of the hour." , "1 am not going to speak of your natural advantages, because they have , been your disadvantages. While Lew- j iston lias been waiting for her natural advantages to build her up. Spokane, j located on a stream that Is not navi gable, and on the open plain, has made progress. Why? Because her citizens have organised and worked for her welfare. You must band yourselves together and say *We are going to build a great city here,' and you must get to work and do it. The open Co lumbia river is a great question, but Just as long as Portland and Lewis ton continue to harp on this and wait, other cities will get ahead of them We have quit It down at Portland. It '.s human energy and human enterprise ; , j j count and not natural advant Richardson gave an Interesting unt of what Portland had done ■ the idea of tile Lewis and Clark was conceived. He showed the amount of money spent, and tlie l advantages reaped from it. Would Expect Us to Grow, ewiston has a special advantage," lid. "Every citizen of the north is of I he opinion that y ou are go great Ponph nth without li Mr Richards paid high that b tribute »papers oi Lewiston, saying the morning and afternoon 1 'apeis were far aJtead of the publica tions found in other cities of this size, and also showing Rial people from the outside who saw these papers were always impressed with tlie idea t liât Lewiston must be a good city to have such papers. Organize for Active Work. In speaking of the work to be done Mr. Richardson said: "You want no factions. You want a strange to come here ami take charge of the work. He wants to he a man who does not recognize any factions, and then every one wants to hack him up. In other cities they have personal differences and opinions, but they do not need to interfere with the great work of building up the city. You should appoint an executive commit tee of at least seven members to have charge of the work and confer with him. You should organize for a least a two years' campaign." Attorney James E. Babb was called upon by the fhalrnjan. (Hs talk was strong and directly to the point. He said that the way to show Lewiston's confidence in the Portland friends who had addressed the people of this city was to organize and proceed at once to work. He said Lewiston Is not yet assured of success or failure, but in every great undertaking there is a time right on the eve of success when a great effort is needed. Lewiston ts at that point, and the city must all put forth that great effort and make It a success. • Clarkaton Will Co-Operata. R. M. Y'ount of Clarkston made an Interesting address In which he made a plea for a closer relation between Lew'lston and Clarkston. He showed that the two cities should work togeth er, and signified the desire of the Clarkston business men to co-operate with Lewiston in any movement for the up-building of the community. Mayor Heitfeld yvas called upon and gave a few remarks In which he made a point of the indifference of the Lew iston people In their public affairs. He *satd that few of the citizen* knew anything of the cities' financial stand ing. "I am glad of one thing." said the mayor, "and that is that the Commer cial club managed to get Mr. Chapman and Mr. Richardson here tonight." J. A. Keys of Duluth was present and paid a nice tribute to the resources of the Lewiston country. A. S. Burnett of Clarkston was call ed upon and supplemented the re marks of MY. Yount In the interests of a closer relation between Lewiston and Clarkston. Attorney C. H. Lingenfeldter gave a short address, in which he expressed his confidence in the remarks of the visitors, and spoke of "the necessity of organized action to carry out the ideas. .City Clerk John Nickerson gave some Interesting statistics showing that the city's financial condition is not bad. and urged the necessity of improvement. "I believe." he said, "that we are go ing to improve the fire denartment. build a fine city hall, and pave our j streets." As he left the hall to catch the night j train Mr. Richardson assured the peo- ! pie of Lewiston that he or Mr Chan- j man would he glad nt apv t|m" to | confer with them nr a.dvl«» them m to , the detail of the work that Is to make for a Greater Lewiston. THE WEÄTHER LEWISTON. Idaho. Sept. 28.—Fore- < ; ! cant for Lewiston and vicinity: To in night fair and warmer: Saturday creasing cloudiness and cooler. Following data recorded at local United States Weather Bureau office up to noon: Maximum temperature. 75 degij.es: minimum temperatur, 43 derrses: mean temperature for day. 59 degrees: precipitation to noon, .44 inches; yesterday's Maximum. 78 de grees. L. M. DEY, JR., Official in Charge. FALL SHOPPING HAS BEGUN IN EARNEST Never before in the history of our store were our shelves filled with such an assortment. We want you to inspect our various de partments and see for yourselves. Why not buy them where you can save the most, get the best in quality, shape and style. We sell $ 2.00 grade Furs for................... 98c $ 3.00 grade Furs for........................................... $ 1.89 $ 3.50 grade Furs for.......................................... $ 1.98 $ 4.00 grade Furs for........................................... $ 2.75 $ 5.00 grade Furs for........................................... $ 3.48 $ 6.00 grade Furs for........................................... $ 4.50 $ 7.50 grade Furs for........................................... $ 6.98 $10.00 grade Furs for.......................................... $ 7.43 $15.00 grade Furs for........................................... $12.00 $20.00 grade Furs for........................................... $15.93 $29.00 grade Furs for........................................... $23.00 We have many others not mentioned here. LEATHER BAGS AND PURSES. A regular 75c Bag for............................................ 50c A regular $1.00 Bag for.......................................... 75c A regular $1.50 Bag for.................................... 93c We have not room to list all of them. LADIES' PETTICOATS. $1.50 Black Petticoat for......... 95c $2.50 Black Petticoat for....................................... $1,48 $3.50 Black Petticoat for....................................... $1.93 And we have others up to the finest. GOLDEN RULE STORE, 142 FIFTH STREET. STAGE UNE Between Culdesac and Ilo Dally (Except Sunday.) Leaves Culdesac ........................................... j Leaves Ilo .................................................. g ^ M GOOD RIGS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS. RUeHERT & RUDDEL, Props., Culdesac, Idaho. RAYMOND GRILL BEST OF SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT F. B. SEARS Coeur d'Alene Meat Market A full Une of Fresh and Cured Meats. Butler, Eggs and Lard OYSTERS. PROM PT ELIVERT. ~"r " — FISH AND ♦ b IDAHO j BRICK COMPANY MANUFACTURERS Moat modern and complete plant In «tat«. All grades. Faney Faoe, Common and Clinker alwayo an hand. Prompt delivery and priooo guaranteed. To Be Economical IN PURCHASING YOUR HAT, AND TO BE PLEASED WHEN YOU GET IT, 18 TO PURCHASE IT O# The Elite Millinery Parlors MRS. BERT SMITH OUR MOTTO 18 "TO PLEASE." The Best In the Line h whet you will find in our atore. Our stock of SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY will be found the moot complete in the eity. Everything found in a first-claae Jewelry eatabliahment. We give green etamoa GEORGE H. LAKE, The Jeweler. Adame Bleek, Main Street. YU AUT TOO GIT YUR CLOSE FIXED UP. THA ANT CLEEN AN YU KNO IT. PHOhfE RED 111 OR SE BERT SMITH. RD Phone Rad 111 or see Bart Smith. The Water Makes the Beer. OLYMPIA BEER s made from clear sparkling spring water. Charles Parker, Prop., Lewiston Agents. Clyde J. Vassar UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Telephone 1921—Residence 1#23. H. BERG THE TAILOR Wishes to announce that the fall patterns have arrived. Come early and get first choice.