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Leader Making goad promis«« and making promisas good ara two different «xprossions mad« up of tho samo word«, but so oonstruetod a« to moan two ontiroly difforont thing«. Anybody ean mako good promis««— it« harder to mako prom!««« good—and th« only way to mako good in tho Clothing business is to havo tho right kind of olotho« at tho right kind of prie««. No amount of fin« talk in the newspapers will ovsroom« poor clothing or high prie«« in the «tor*. Com« to our «tor« to judge of our ability to satisfy you— If you oan't bo property suited with these splendid I I ] 1 KOHN BfeoS.' CLOTHES then nobody can satisfy you. A good suit for as little as 37.50 and from that on up to 128.00. The cool evenings suggest an Overcoat—have you seen ours? We have them cheap er than anyone else. Boys' Clothing from $2.50 up to $10.00. Aiawys a Little Cheaper. The J. Alexander Company WE TRIM TO PLEASE Si Fine Trimming makes Fine Hats. An unexcelled force at work in our parolrs. You wilt find our prices very reasonable. MI33 KENNEDY. UPSTAIRS DILL BUILDING. I THE MARKET BASKET The best advice about tomorroww's shopping Is not to take too much money along, or you are sure to come home with your market basket loaded heavier than you meant Tou see, 'ts the first Saturday you have had a chance to get cranberries. You're sure to want some of them. By special good fortune some of the market men managed to get a few late peaches. They are nice and it wouldn't do not to have peaches when they are so scarce. It isn't always this time of year you can get sweet corn, but my, there are some nice roasting ears in the market. That sounds like a good deal already, but If you have your money sack you can't resist the grapes. They never looked so good or tasted better than they do right now, and the fruit is so tempting you can't resist buying. You can get the cranberries, the peaches, corn or grapes at the Wilden thaler grocery, and his assortment of grapes is fine. The berries are fresh and the corn will not be on sale until Saturday morning, because it only ar rives this evening. At Reed & Brashears you can get the grapes and the cranberries, nice ones, too, but probably not the com. They didn't have It this afternoon. They have some prunes, however, that you can remember If you are tired of other fruits, for they are fii*e prunes and are selling rather cheap for this season. As long as you are planning your dinner you will want more than the market stuffs, and Reed & Brashears have just received about the finest lot of olives ever brought to the city. Jumbo'Queen, they are called, in bulk, and they more than look the title. Then In the same shipment came the bottled olives and the fancy stuffed olives. Maybe you have seen some thing like them, but not very long, ago for they are something new. They are olives stuffed with almonds, with pep pers or with celery. Reed & Bra shars had some of them not long ago California Honey 20c a pound at Russell's Grocery. Tilt THE COMPORTAS IX WAV. TO 8T. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST. DAILY THE FLYER AND FAST MAIL CLOSE CONNECTION AT SPOKANE Making PraetioaMy Through Train Servie«. THROUGH CARS PALACE SLEEPING CARS TOURIST SLEEPERS DINING CARS, a la carte OBSERVATION CARS For rates anil full Informa tion, or a call from our Trav eling Agent, write E. S. BLAIR, General Agent, Spokane, Wash., a o. YERKE8, A. G. Seattle, Wash. P. A„ J j I i i i ( : and they sold like hot cakes. They now have plenty. At the Russell grocery you can get the berries and the other marketable stuff, but If you have any trouble get ting good creamery butter you will find Mr. Russell pretty well supplied. Then there is another thing to remem ber before you start. Have you been having trouble about your eggs. Well, don't worry today, because Mr. Rus sell Just bad the good fortune to get in several cases of fine country eggs. He knows they are fresh and you are safe in getting your eggs of him. Beef—Roasts, 8@12 1-îc per pound; pot, 8@10c; veal, 8@15c; mutton, 80 16c; leg of lamb, 10® 15c; loin of pork, 12 1-2® 15c. Steaks—Beef loin, 12 1-2® 15c; porterhouse, 18c! round, 12 l-2c. Chops—Lamb, 15® 25c; mutton, 10@15c; veal, 121-2@16c; pork, 12 1-2® 16c. Poultry—Broilers, ?-5®6Qc each; fryers, 50® 60c each; hens, 12 1-2® 16c per pound; ducks 15c per pound, 60® 75c each. Fish—Snake River salmAi, 12 1-2® 15c; halibut, 10c; perch, 15c; her ring, lOo per pound; r*rlped baas, 20c; shrimps. 20® 30c quart; oysters (A. Booth), 65c per quart Vegetables—Potatoes $1.25 sack, 1 l-2c pound; tomatoes, 50c box, four pounds for 25c; wax beans, four lbs for 25 cents; peas, 10c per pound; green corn, 25c dozen; turnips and carrotB, 3c per pound; onions, six pounds for 25c; cucimbers, 20c per dosen; green peppers, 15c dosen; cab bage 3 l-2c pound; celery, three bunches 25c; cantaloupes, 25@40c per dozen; watermelons, 10®25c each; sweet potatoes, 6c pound; sum mer squash, 6® 10c each; pumpkins, 15® 20c each. Fruits—Oranges, 25®75c per doz.; lemons, 35c dozen; rananas, 20®35c per dozen; prunes. 25c basket, 75c crate: peaches, 25@35c dozen, $1.15 ® 1.50 box; apples, 3@#c pound: pears, 5c pound, $1.25®1.50 box; grapes, 5@10c pound. Sundries—Olives, 43 l. pint; cream ery butter, 35c pound cheese, 20c per pound; eggs, 30c dozen; coffee, Java Mocha, 40c pound; canned milk, 2 cans for 25c; crab cpples, 5c pound; Pickled pigs' feet, 10® 12 l-2c pound. of Medical Lake, county of Spokane, state of Washington, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement. No. 2,160, for the purchase of the S. 1-2 NW. 1-4 and N. 1-2 SW. 1-4 of Sec. 33. Twp. 32 N„ R. 3 W„ B. M„ and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural pur poses, and to establish hla claim to said land before Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on Thursday, the 27th day of September, 1906. He names as witnesses: William G. Moody of Lewiston, Idaho; Bert E. Farley of Forest, Idaho; Daisy B. Moody of Lew iston, Idaho, and Lou M. Poore of Lew iston.* Idaho. Any and all person claiming adversely the above-describ ed lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said ■»HV- nf 1906 . I 1 j j j i ! I 1 j. h. BARiLETT. Register. Timberland Land, Act June 3. 187$. —United SUtes land office. Lewiston, Idaho. July 10, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the pro visions of the act of congress of June 3. 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the sûtes of Cali fornia. Oregon. Nevada, and Washing ton Territory," as extended to all the public land sûtes by act of August 4 1892. Emma Monroe, of Lewiston, county of Ne* Perce, state of Idaho, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 2297. for the pur chase of the sw 1-4 sw 1-4 of section 14: e 1-2 se 1-4. se 1-4 ne 1-4 In town ship No. 33 N.. ranee No. 4 W; R. m., and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before Register and Re celver at Lewiston. Idaho, on Wednes day. the 24th day of October. 1906. She names as witnesses; William B Parker. Curtis Willard. Frank J. Will ard and Otis S. Monroe, all of Waha. Idaho. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before said 24th day of October. 1906. : I ; i THEY GET TIP OF DEPOT LOCATION I There is a little stir among the real estate men today. Efforts are being made to buy property In the neighbor hood of Eighteenth street. The cause of the Interest in this lo cation is a report which has gair ,1 some publicity that the union depot site has been definitely located and will be placed on Eighteenth street. it was reported for a time that sur veyors were now running lines locating tiie site, but this report could not be verified. J. H. Kenfleld has^received a num ber of good offers for his property at Eighteenth and Main In the last two days. REQUEST OF THAW IS DENIED Will Not Be Permitted to Remove Case Directly to Supreme Court. NEW YORK, Sept. 28—Justice Bis choff today denied the application of the counsel for Thaw for removal of his Indictment from the court of spe cial sessions to the criminal bench of the supreme court of New York Adolph Marks, a Chicago lawyer, ha* been added ' to the counsel for the defense LARGE CROWD HEARS DUBOIS Special to Evening Teller. GIFFORD, Sept. 28.—Senator Fred T. Dubois spoke here last night to a large and enthusiastic crowd. The hall was filled with people and standing room only could be had by the time the program commenced. The people of this community are taking an In terest In the Mormon issue and the senator's address was listened to with attention. 1 _ Action to Rocovor Note. The action of D. M*. Wilson vs. Mag rle A. and S. S. Maxwell will be heard before the probate court tomorrow afternoon. This is a suit on a prom TSory note. The parties are all from Arrow. FROM OUR BIG Harvest Sale we quote the following prices: which we are making and you will find that they are fully 10 to 20 percent less than you can buy articles under or dinary conditions. It erill pay you I well to do your trading here. Buy in quantities to supply your needs for some time to come. Our new Cloaks for Ladies have ar rived. During this sale they go at 20 per cent off. You will find more good values in this store than any store on the Nez perce prairie 1 Boys' Suits........ j Men's Suits....... j Boys' Overcoats ... .....20 j Dress Goods—New Fall i Line .......... ! Gallon can "Pancake Drips"____ 65o Three-gallon Jacket "Rock I Candy Drips" ..............$1.75 1 Good Breakfast Mush, 2 pack ages ..................... 25c Scotch or Quaker Oats, package. 15c Five-gallon can of the best oil (Eocene) ...................1.65 ...... 50c ...... 60c Stock Salt, per sack............ ualry Salt, per sack............ Three cans. Axle Grease, Fra-, sers'. Mica or Little Giant. 25c : Arm A Hammer Soda, per pack age .................... 5o Iowa Standard Sugar Corn, per can ...................... 10c I Good 25c Coffee, per pound..... 20c ; 30-cent Coffee, per pound....... 25c MILLINERY We carry a line that is absolutely right In style and make as well as price. L. E. GORRELL &C0. NEZ PERCE, IDAHO, i Right Good*. Right Prise«. Men's Correct Toggery. Our showing of Correct Furnishings for Men season is far ahead of anything we have ever ' in the past, and for careful selection, and gr, rlety of desirable styleB is fully the equal 0 f tin- Ô select specialty stores in the large cities. Corn will show that our prices will run a good third "t ' half lower than those asked for the same, j , j. . n - ■. '■ goods by the city haberdashers. _ C ; -________ SHlßtS We feel very proud of the line of Soft I ront Shirts we show this season. The styles and patterns are handsome in the extreme, and prices very reason able. We can sell you a very handsome Shirt in th-' very latest style, attached or separated cutis f,, only $1.25. - Higher grade Shirts, handsomer patterns b-tt r materials, exclusive styles, at $1.50, $1.75 anil $2 00 Our $2.00 line will compare most favorably with other dealers' $2.50 to $3.50 grades. Just as select patterns just as good materials, Just as good workmanship The only difference Is the price. NECKWEAR In Neckwear we show all the new things offered over the counters of tha most exclusive stores in the land. The same identical patterns, shapes and color ings shown in New York City, can be purchased right here at home for less money. Reversible Four-In-Hand Ties, made of highest grade Imported silk», at 75 tents. J Same style, made of silks a little lower in quality at 50 and 35 cants GLOVES Getting cool enough mornings and evenings to make a pair of Gloves look good. We show a splendid line of Men's Gloves in Kid, Dogskin, Mocha and Reindeer at $1.75, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00 and down to 75 cents. Our genuine Reindeer Glove at $1.75 Is a hummer and In every way the equal of gloves offered at other stores at U- on to $2.50. We stand back of every pair that leaves this store. Silk-lined Gloves, also, for the man who wants them. 2he ÿgir. LEWISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS OCTOBER 1ST. A Modern Business Training School for Young Men and Women. Offers thorough eours« in 8HORTHAND, BOOKKEEPING, TYPE WRITING, and «II commercial studies. Lewiston Business College, Lewiston, Idaho . ..The Reliable.. . GAS WATER HEATER It heats the WATER not the house QUICK, CONVENIENT, CHEAP and CLEAN SAVES WOMEN FROM TOIL ] Lewiston Gas Gompany. 430 Main 8treet. Phon« M 38. The Ed. L, Wiggin Cigar Store CIGARS AND TOBACCO THIES3EN BLOCK.