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laut edition. LEWISTON EVENING TELLER FEARLESS, BUT ALWAYS FAIR. —^7, EAR _,Na*». 4.EWISTON, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 19C6. PRICE FIVE CENTS. tomorrow is LEWISTON DAY Stores I# Close «Afternoon mi Everybody Will Attend Fair Tomorrow is to be the big day at the „ Thursday, October 11. has been t aside as Lewiston day, and the j, management Is anxious to make M the biggest day. from the stand out 1)1 attendance of any day In the of the interstate fair. Tte gtores and business houses of , 4 dty wffl all be closed in the after ^ The committee has called upon number of the business men today id the movement to close and make »irlaton day Is generally to be com ied with. Thursday has always been the big , y at the fair. For the past sev-n *rs the stores have all closed on lursday of fair week to help swell t attendance at the fair. This year I records have been broken both In e first day attendanpe and In the cond day attendance. Today tho owd was larger than was even ex ited and tomorrow Is to he the big iy of the entire event. ISTEST AGAINST FEIGNED JUSTICE LODZ, Poland. Oct. 10.—Five ter rlsts, sentenced to death by a drain 'd court martial, were hanged this nlng. Employes of the street rall ye, school teachers and «ewapaper 'mployes Joined the factory employes ho went on a strike as a protest Inst the trials by drumhead court lal. Yesterday at Bendzln five oclalists were tried by a drumhead court martial and shot for armed re lstance to arrest. AGREE ON DIVISION OF CASSIA thsrn Idaho Will Ask for Nee* County at th* Legislature. ROISE, Idaho, Oct. 10.—Adlson T. mlth returned from Twin Falls yes erday, where he went to meet Senator eybum Thursday. Mr. Smith says t a satisfactory agreement for a Ion of Cassia county was reached •be republican county convention Thursday. The line begins a distance above the Milner dam, south about six miles and thence 12 miles, thence south to the *e line, dividing the Cassia forest e, and giving each of the pro counties an ample range for oc * ! ' This makes about an equal di en of territory, but the western part ttle °° un ty has by far the greatest dessable valuation. OOTPADS RDI UTILE GIRLS sas Francisco, oct. io. —Foot ing*'' 0 have been vigorously plying - g „ 1 in lhls city, are now turn kin r a,,ent,lon to women and are l hem hand over purses and itt a Thlrte, ' n -year-old Helen Lea aughtpr of Rev. Bradford Lea aug ht r ll year-old Louise Sloss, -pit-,. . 0t a mI "lonaire banker and ntlaws a,e the Iatest vict,ms of the eacher shot 11 HER doorway She Pherd - N ° Ct " 10 ~' Mls s Mary ' aS81na '«l In the T 1 teacher ' wa * tnU afternoon v °° rway of her school 110 teilen h . y an un known man tw ° shot* | n , tr !° the door »n« 1 «red •tetein, Posses are f0r the crl * b ° rhood - The motive Sh * ph *nl ig ,, e U unknown. Misa 2 - years of age. SCHOOL CLERK SHORT $89,000 Report of Experts Fails to Find That He Has This Sum on Hand. COLUIIBCS, Oct. the examination of of Akron made by S. that Fred E. Smith, 10.—A report of he school funds C. Young shows defaulting treas urer of Summit county, who was also treasurer of the school funds, is short in those funds to the amount of $S9, b94. At least the clerk's books appear to show he should have that sum and there is no evidence Smith has any pan of it DASH UP STREET IN MAD FLICHT to show that Two Wagons Smashed and Two Lives Endangered in Runaway An automobile this morning started a wild runaway which wrecked three wagon« and endangered the lives or two men. W. W. Laper, garbage collector, and Sam Hutchins, driver of the Idaho Ice Co.'s wagon, were both badly bruis ed up, and barely escaped being seri ously injured. A man whose name could not be learned took after the unaway team on horseback, and by clever work suc ceeded in stopping the horses before further damage could be done. A team hitched to a heavy wagon with a load of lumber was tied in front of the Lewiston Fuel & Transfer Co. The automobile coming up the street startled the horses, (jtteaklng loose from their hitching, they charged widly up the street. The first object they struck was Mr. Loper's garbage cart. A wheel was torn off and the wagon wrecked, and Mr. Lopeijt was thrown violently against? a telephone pole He says that he does not think any of the Injuries are serious. In front of the Idaho Ice & Cold Storage company the horses struck the wagon driven by Sam Hutchins. Hutchins was thrown violently to the ground and the team started to run. This team ran against a telephone pole, and stopped after wrecking the wagon. , A man riding a white horse ^nd whose name could not be learned, started after the runaway team. Rid ing up beside one of the horses he seized the bridle, but it gave way be fore he was able to stop them. He circled around to the other side and had the same luck. He then rode In front of the startled team shouting soothing words and waving his hands until he finally slowed them to a walk and caught them. STILL TRY TO OVERCHARGE Despite their efforts to keep down the practice of overcharges, the Fair association has not been able to con trol every establishment In the city And a few complaints have been heard. The committee! is prompt to do all In Its power to prevent overcharging In any line, and endeavors to make *t cost the offender much more than Is made by the overcharge. Fred Wood Is In charge of the work , of getting accommodations for visitors j wfco come to the city and are not able j to And rooms. Some time ago he ask- j ed those having room to spare to list them at headquarters. One lady re ported that she had 12 fine large rooms on Snake River avenue and would rent them for $1 each. Last night Mr. Wood sent customers for her rooms-j and this morning „she charged them $3 each for their lodging. The Fair asso ciation at once protested and would have taken the responsibility of not paying more than $1, but for the fact that the roomers had already paid their bills. These rooms have been cut from the Hst, however, and no more roomerp will be sent to this house. Chicago Wheat Markst. CHICAGO. Oct. 10 .—Wheat—Decem ber, 74ttc; May, 78Hc. Yesterday's quotations: May, 79c, Wheat—December, 7404c; OLD VERERANS WILL HOLD CAMP FIRE AT FAIR i j ! j Tomorrow is G. A. R. day at the fair. A portion of the exercises will bo devoted to them and in the evening a camp fire gathering will be held, when thc old soldiers will get together and cook a camp fire supper and sit around and talk of the days when they marched to the front in '61. Both the Lewiston and Clarkston posts will participate. In the morn ing the Lewiston post will parade In Lewiston and the Clarkston post will parade in Clarkston. All of the Civil NAD CHINESE ABOARD SNIP PROVIDENCE, R. I., Oct. 10.—The customs officers today seized the schooner yacht Frolic in this harbor and arrested the members of the crew and 17 Chinese who are believed tQ have been passengers from Placentia, N. F. The police are searching for 26 other Chinese, who were smuggled ashore before the presence of the ves sel In the harbor was known to the authorities. SOUTH AMERICA TO BOYCOTT US NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 10.—Printed circulars threatening that all South American countries will boycott the goods of the American manufacturers who vote Roosevelt's principles at the next presidential election have been received by several New Orleans man ufacturing concerns. The circular, which it is claimed, was drafted at Caracas, Venezuela, September 12, says Roosevelt has spoken disparbigly of the South Am erican republic« qpd states. One hun dred and seventeen boycott stations have been established, but it does not explain what is meant by ''boycott stations." The organization is claim ed to be on a military basis Änd en tirely independent of the South Amer ican governments and better organized than the Chinese boycott. The circu lars were mailed from San Jose, Costa Rica. David Chatman of Moscow was a visitor here yesterday. Mr. Chatman left yesterday for Asotin. , j j j ACTOR GIRL FALLS TO HER DEATH FROM 4TH STORY CHICAGO, Oct. 10.—Miss Florence McDonald, 26 years old, a member of the chorus of the ''Blue Moon" company, playing here, was killed early today by falling from the fourth story window of her hotel. She died an hour later at a hospital. Miss McDonald had gone to her room with her friend. Miss Debohnar, of the same company to eat a light lu ncheon after a performance. Sh$ was sitting on the window sill when she lost her balance. Miss Debohnar was arrested, although the police are satis fled with her statement. Dater —A verdict of accidental dea th was returned by the coroner's jury in the case of the death of Miss McDonald and Misé Debohoner has been released. YOU MUST REGISTER NOW IF YOU EXPECT TO VOTE ♦ To Voters: ♦ You must register or you cannot vole at the election this fall. ♦ ♦ The last legislature of Idaho pass ed a new law by Which names are ♦ ♦ not carried forward from year to year. No names are now carried for- ♦ ♦ ward. * ♦ Because you registered last year or the year before does not entitle ♦ ♦ you to vote this fall. ... ♦ The registration books for the election opened about a month ago. ♦ ♦ Have you registered since then? .. ♦ If you have not, see that you do so immediately. « ♦ Have your neighbor register. - Register! Register!! Register! war veterans '.hat can be reached will be asked to swell this parade. After they have covered the line of march each post will go to the e'enter of the bridge. There ut the border line be tween the two states they will greet each other, and tho Clarkston post will escort the I.ewiston veterans to the fair grounds, where their pro gram has been arranged. The old soldiers are looking forward to the camp fire gathering tomorrow night and a big time Is expected. CHUOCH RIGHTS ARE CURTAILED MADRID, Oct. 10.—According to the Heraldo, the new law of associations will contain provisions greatly cur tailing privileges heretofore accorded religious orders and providing for the punishment of those orders deemed Inimical to the morality or public tranquility. The minister of justice is empowered to cancel any authoriza tion to religious orders not found to comply with the new laws, and the rights of religious orders to hold prop erty are limited. j j j j j M HEIL ISLAND OVERCROWDED IfBAVENWORTH, Kas., Oct. 10— Twenty-three convicts from the United States pesltentiary on McNeil Island, Puget Sound, Washington, landed at the federal penitentiary here today. The prisoners were brought here be cause of a lack of room at the western prison. Secretary Shaw Addresses Bankers. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 10—Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, secretary of the treas ury, today addressed 200 Kentucky bankers and their guests, who were as sembled in the parlors of the Galt House for their annual convention. Awful Death in Blast Furnaee. CHICAGO, Oct. 10.—Two men are dead and five injured aH the result of an explosion of a blast furnace In the Illinois Steel company's plant at South Chicago, last night. GOOD WEATHER FOR FARMERS. Roads in Fine Shape and Large ! i Amount of Grain Being Hauled. , j Special to Evening Teller. GILBERT, Idaho, Oct. 10.—Every- j thing is favorable these days for the t ! grain hauler with good weather and : j good roads. About 75 per cent of the ! j grain Is now hauled to the warehouses, i j Abe and J ie Hill are molding brick j j at present. They will burn a large j j kiln this fall. J j Frank Hutchins of Million has be gun a five months' term of school in j district'No. 60*. PERMIT NO TOUTS ONFAIRGROUHDS Marshal Warren Makes Three Arrests And One Man Pays $5 Fine Clarkston Bureau Evening Teller. CLARKSTON, Wash., Oct. 10— "Touting and vagrancy will positively not be tolerated on the fair grounds,'' said Marshal Warren, after having policed the fair grounds in a thorough manner. The effectiveness of the re mark was demonstrated yesterday by the arrest of three men, one accused of touting, two of simple vagrancy. Their hearing was arranged before Justice J. H. Clear last night. "Five dollars and costs for you" was the greeting which J. E. Jenkins received. The entire fine amounted to $8.60. The two vagrants, T. S. Tucker and S. S. Gates were allowed their freedom with the caution to leave the city un der penalty of rearsest and heavy fine on their return. County Attorney Rummers appeared for the prosecu tion. ANNA NELSON CASE TONIGHT The supreme court will hold an eve ning session and listen to the argu ment in the case of the,City of Ken drick vs. Anna Nelson. Judge Den ning of Moscow Is asking the court to grant a writ of mandate to the Judge of the second judicial district, direct ing him to give the defendant a trial by jury. Attorney I. N. Smith of Lew iston will present the argument for the city of Kendrick. The case of John Reese et al. vs. O. M. Collins, appealed from the dis trict court In this county, will be heard tomorrow morning. This is an other case that will test the five-mile limit law and ip appealed from a judg ment In favor of the plaintiff. At torneys Johnson & Stookey and O'Neil & Errison represent the respective parties. Lawrence L. Lewis was this morning admitted to practice before the su preme court on certificates from Mich igan and Oregon. Mr. Lewis is from Coeur d'Alene. The case of Freepons vs. Grosteln was heard this morning In the su preme court. O'Neill & Errisson ap peared for the appellants and Apple white, Crowe, and Tannahill for the respondents and Mr. O'Neill for the appellants. __ j BROWN BACK.-Beni K1 ._____ SEND BEN Brown, the boy who set fire to his own house and planted fire brands In sev eral of his neighbors' houses a few weeks ago, escaped from the Oroflno asylum last week. He was picked up j In this city by the police and Superin | tendant Givens was notified. Today 'he was returned to the asylum. I TRY CASE TODAY—The case'Tf Jane Shaw vs. Kimmell & Gray et al. j is being hear in Judge Hanlon s court 1 lhls afternoon. This is a case ln voIv,n * the rights of the crop on the Shaw farm. There is a dispute as to the contract, both parties claiming the right to the crop. There is a large number of witnesses. APPOINT NEW JAILER.— P. J. Williams has befn appointed as a deputy -sÄerflT ^nd v.-JU act as Jailer. The appointment was made by Sheriff Foresman. ! , j t : ! i j j J j SCHOOL GIRLS TO RACE SATURDAY Four Handsome Pieces of Jewelry for the Winners At an informal meeting last everting of several members of the Fair asso elation it was decided to add an ad ditional race to Saturday's afternoon program. The extra will be a mile running race exclusively for the school girls who appeared in Monday after noon's street pnrade. The school formation made the hit of the parade, and the excellent showing of the young girls on horseback resulted In consid erable comment, and the suggestion that a race be pulled off for the spe cial benefit of the girls. At first It was decided to hang up a cash purse, but that Idea was aban doned whent It was stated that It would make the event semi-profes sional. Then It was suggested that four prizes be purchased from as many jewelry stores In the city, and that one of them he presented to the first four girls to pass under the wire. It was also decided that the prizes are to be suitably engraved, that they may be kept by the winner as a souvenir. Entries are to be limited to the young girls who paraded Monday aft ernoon. It Is desired, as far as possi ble, that the girls who enter the race, ride the same horses that they did In the parade. After the race the win ners are to be called In front of tbe grand stand and presented with their prizes by Dr. J. F. Ray, president of the Fair association. Those who desire to enter the race are requested to file their entries with Secretary C. W. Mount, either at the O. R. & N. office or at the secretary*« office at the fair grounds. Every possible protection is to be given the young girls prior to the race, during its running and after It Is over. The infield and spaces In and around the judges' stand will be cleared of men, boys and the stable attache«. There will be a delegation of citizens to look after the girls when they ar rive at the grounds and see that every attention and respect possible is shown them. SHOW FALUHC IN THE EAST - \x! CHICAGO, Oct. 10.—Reports from Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Nebraska show a good fall of enow.. Cold weath er prevaila at many points in the states named. In Chicago today the weather is below freezing. COURT ADMITS JOHH D.'S WORD FINDLAY, Ohio, Oct. 10__After a sharp legal argument of an hour %nd a half today, testimony given by John D. Rockefeller in 1898 before the su preme court of the state, was admitted as evince in the trial here of the Standard Oil company of Ohio, char with conspiracy against trade. In adml "' r * th<? evldence whl <* «>um inated the method of the Standard at that time Judge Banker said it was simply to enlighten the jury as to conditions prior to the period covered in the present suit, and not to prove any act during the past three years covered by the suit. SEEKS SURSEASE IN OWN DEATH CHEHALIS, Oct. 10—The body of John Spitzner, who last night at tempted to blow up the home of Judge Yoder and family because the judge had granted a divorce aaginst him, was found in the woods near town to day. He had shot himself evidently under the Impression that he had kill ed Judge Yoder and hts family. Mrs. Yoder was bruised in the explosion.