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The Big Sale Is Now ©n. Don't Miss It ! See Circulars for Particulars The J. Alexander Co. 00 $3.-- and $4. The World's Best SHOES For Men and Women. Try a Pair of Our Kind ■ r Gramlich-Letson Shoe Co. LIMITED The New Shoe Store Your Inspection Invited WE CONSIDER IT A PLEASURE TO SHOW OUR BEAUTIFUL AS SORTMENT OF FALL MILLINERY TO YOU. WE WANT YOU TO BE SATIS FIED IN YOUR SELECTION AND WE ARE SATISFIED THAT WE CAN PLEASE YOU. TO BE CONVINCED OF THIS IS TO CALL AND SEE US. The Elite MiHinery Parlors MRS. BERT SMITH OUR MOTTO IS "TO PLEASE." IF YOU CAN'T FIND IT ANYWHERE ELSE, MILLS HAS IT. * ^ THAT'S WHAT THEY ALL SAY ABOUT MY FINE LINE OF SADDLES. WE HAVE WITHOUT DOU BT HE FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES T HAT WERE EVER BROUGHT TO LEWISTON. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT WITH MANY HANDSOME AND STABLE PATTERNS. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE BEST. LADIES' STRIDE SADDLES OF EVERY KIND AND PRICE MAY BE FOUND AT OUR STORE. 450 Main St. M.D. MILLS, CHILDREN FREE FRIDAY NICHT Friday night will be children's night at the Nat Reiss carnival grounds and all children will be admitted free at the big gate. The children have not been overlooking the carnival shows and have helped to swell the crowds nightly, but Friday night will be set apart for them and they will be pass ed frep Into the grounds. CLARKSTON NOTES. *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Maddix-Sheppard Nuptials. Arthur Maddix of Seattle and Miss Ethel Sheppard of Ashland, Oregon, were yesterday united In marriage by Rev. Mr. McCullough at the home of the bride's brother, Charles Sheppard. The ceremony was'a quiet affair and was witnessed by a few friends. Mr. and Mrs, Maddix will visit at the fair for a few days before leaving for their home at Seattle. Great Sale of Sample SHOES at THE HUB FLOBENCE FONSO WINS THE DERBY By a Staff Correspondent. AT THE RACE TRACK, Clarkston, Wash., Oct. 10.—Florence Fonso, the favorite, won the Lewiston Derby in a gallop carrying the top weight and never being headed for the distance, a mile and an eighth. The interest in the race centered in the struggle for second place. Harbor and Pay Me lapped si\; by side for the entire dis tance. Florence Fonso won without being extended, Harbor drawing up at the close and winning clear by two lengths from Pay Me. Florence Fonso passed the stand a length in the lead In the opening of the race. Harbor second by a length, Pay Me third. They ran the same practi cally Into the stretch, when Harbor drew away and pressed on the leader. Derby day brought out the biggest crowd of the week, the grand stand and quarter stretch being crowded. The sporting element had Its blood warmed Up by having beaten the books in the previous races and played the Derby strong. Florence Fonso on her previous record was a strong favorite, opening at 2 to 6. The Ellerd pair, Harbor and Keno ba, were coupled in the betting, which opened at 3 to 2. Pay Me was 4 to 1 with even money on the field against the favorite. Four Furlongs—(Purse $200, $40, $20.)—Chief Aloha first, Crooks sec ond, Scorcher third; time, :50%. Won by half length. Results previous races; Five Furlongs—(Purse $200, $40, $20)—For Non-Winners This Meeting, 10 Pounds Below Scale—Irish Jew, a rank outsider in the betting, won, Eldred, ,the favorite, running third. Canopus finished second. The talent lost to the books, but the betting was not heavy. The winner opened 10 to 1 and closed 6 to 1, the odds being cut by a few knowing oneB at the last minute. Minnie Baker ran a good race after being practically left at the post. Time, 1:03. Four and One-half Furlongs (Purse $200, $40, $20.)—By winning the third race by a nose Efltervescene defeated the favorite. Soundly. The books and the : talent were given a bad beating. Soundly was picked to win from the paddock to the grand stand. The wdrd Went out "Buy Soundly at any price." The favorite got oft in the lead. Which was held Into the quarter stretch, where Effervescence, coming fast and urged by the cheering of the crowd on its feet in the excitement, cut down the game leader and won by a nose. Time, :56. Chileno finished third. Automobile— J. K. Broad of Spokane ran his machine against the time made by Thompson yesterday. The first mile was won in 1:28%; second mile in 1:23%, winning over Thompson by five seconds. Fourth Race, C. W. Mount Handi cap, Seven-eights of a Mile ($200, $40, $20.)—Dollars rained into the pool box on the long shots, Canegcv and Eucher Deck, but the favorite, Flourish, came through in the stretch and won by a neck with Follow Me second and Eucher Deck third. Eucher Deck led into the Ktretch, but was overmatched for distance. Time, 1:30. In the Derby the betting is going 3 to 2 on the Eldred stables, and 2 to 5 on Florence Fonso. The following entries have been list ed for the Derhy : Florence Fonso (L. C. Williams, owner), Pay Me (C. S. Moore), Haber (J. J. Ellerd), Kenova (J. J. Ellerd). The handicap Includes three-year-olds and up, with $250 add ed to the purse. $75 for second and $23 for third place. Lee Roderick, formerly a Clarkston resident, arrived In the city this morn ing from Irrlgon, Ore., where he Is Interested In lands. Knute Cunningham returned this morning from the Nez Pertje prairie country, where he has been in the har vest fields. Men's Correct Toggery season Is far ahead of anything we have ever si in the past, and for careful selection, and riety of desirable styles is fully the equal of ti I select specialty stores In the large cities. Com>àri< will show that our prices will run a good third •' half lower than those asked fofc the same ... , '1 goods *by the city haberdashers. ' 1 Kal SHIRTS We flee! very proud of the line of Soft Fr * ShiHs we show this season. The styles and patt ins are handsome in the extreme, gnd prices very reason aWe can sell you a very handsome Shirt in thô very latest style, attached or separated cuffs f, only $1.28. ' Higher grade Shirts, handsomer patterns better materials, exclusive styles, at $1.50, $1.75 anil (j; 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 the 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 silks, at 75 cents. Same etyle, made of silks a little lower In quality at 50 and 35 cents. GLOVES Getting cool - enough mornings and evenings to make a pair of Gloves look good. We Bhow 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 $2.00 to $2.50. We stand back of every pair that leaves this store. Silk-Uned Gloves, also, for the man who wants them. ir ; . ..The Reliable.. . GHS WATER HEATER It heats the WATER not the house QUICK, CONVENIENT, CHEAP and CLEAN SAVES WOMEN FROM TOIL Lewiston Gas G.ompany. 430 Main 8trcsL Phons M 38.