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The Big Sale Is Now ©n. Don't Miss It ! See Circulars for Particulars The J. Alexander Co. United States Smelting Co salt lau errr utah Lead and Copper Ores TBS UNITSD STATS» BUSTING COMPANY la now In the anar k*t ter all k in Ja of land and copper ores at PRICES FAVORABLE TO BHIFPTR8. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO Salt Lake City, Utah CONSIGN ALL SHIPMENTS AS FOELOW8: United Stales Smalt ta« Co* BINGHAM JUNCTION. UTAH. When ahipmant Is aaaAa plaaao NOTIFY US PROMPTLY and It PUBLIC »AMPLER Is pra terrod. DESIGNATE WHICH ONE also designate ONE ABSAYER. PIANOS! Good Ones FIFTY YEARS' DEVOTION TO THE BEST IDEAL8 OF THE PIANO MAKER'S ART, FIFTY YEARS OF GROWTH, OF EXPERIENCE, OF LAURELS WON AND TRIUMPHS GAINED, HAVE RESULTED IN THE WEBER PIANO BEING EVERY WHERE KNOWN AND HONORED AS THE MOST INDIVIDUAL PRO DUCTION OF MUSICAL GENIUS. IN ALL CIVILIZED LAND8, AND WHEREVER THE ART OF MUSIC HAS REACHED A HIGH STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT, THE MARKED INDIVIDUALITY AND SURPAS SING BEAUTIFUL TONE-QUALITY OF THE WEBER PIANO, COUPLED WITH ITS MOST WONDERFUL DURABILITY AND TONE-RETAIN ING POWERS ARE RECOGNIZED A8 THE HIGHEST MUSICAL STANDARD. THE WEBER STANDS TODAY AT THE HEAD OF THE WORLD'S GREAT MAKES OF ARTISTIC PIAN08, AND IS USED AND EN THUSIASTICALLY INDORSED BY THE HIGHEST MU8ICAL AU THORITIES. I / Eiano House Th. beet positions are given to th. young people boat qualified to fill them. ARE YOU QUALIFIED? LEWISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE. The sucmss of our graduate, and atudanta ia net . matter of luek, but a mattar of TRAINING. YOU ean get tha sama kind of TRAINING. LEWISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE. . YOUNG WOMEN who desire to be indep.nd.nt and self-supporting ean find no bettor employment than Stenography and Typewriting. LEW ISTON UUSINES8 COLLEGE. Make yaur time profitable this win ter by attondinq our nipht school. LEWI8T0N BU8INE8S COLLEGE. It's up-to-date school. Geod weather for beer. Pacific bow is deed. At tha Tacoma. Umbrellas, 60c, 75c. $1.25, $1.»8, $2.50, $3.50. Worth 95c, $1.25. $2.00, $2.75, $3.50 and $5.00. I We have better ones at $5.50, $6.50 I up to $8.00. storm Rubbers, Ladles'. Misses' and j Children's Rubbers: Ladles' best quality Rubbers at..55c Misses' best quality Rubbers at..48c Children's best quality Rubbers at .39c GOLDEN RULE STORE ^ ITALIAN GANG INVADES CITY Workmen on Bis Ditch Are Given Day off to see the Fair Clurkston Bureau Evening Teller. CLARKSTON, Wash., Oct. 13.—The entire gang of about 200 Italians and a few whites which have been em ployed on the new pipe line by the Lewiston-Clarkston company were given a holiday this morning at their own request to attend the last day at the fair. The men will reach Lewjs ton in a body front their camps near Asotin, and from the expression of a few already in town, will enjoy them selves hugely. Rico Has Narrow Escape. While sitting on the lap of the driver gt an Asotin team last evening, E. J. Rice was violently thrown to the ground by the sudden movement of the team, caused by a passing auto mobile. The horses started to run, but were stopped by Mr. Rice in time to save the four children In the rig. Mr. Rice was injured In his right leg. Many Attend Gam*. The football game today at the fair grounds between the Clarkston high school and the Lewiston state normal was largely attended by Clarkston people despite the windy breather. The boys, although light, played a fast, gritty game. Bridge Work Half Dona. The work of repairing the bridge between this city and Clarkston Is practically half done. Th. cresoted under-planks are all laid with their covering, on the east approach ai far as the state line. The work is being carried on by a large crew of men who work during the night, the line of teams during the day being a hindrance to daylight work. Clarkston P.rson.la Mias Gertrude Mackey of Moscow Is visiting at the home of R. M. Yount In the city. Miss Mackey Is an ex perienced vocalist of Moscow and has a class of 50 students there. W. G. Woodruff of Asotin was a vis itor In the city yesterday, shaking hands with political friends and visit ing the fair. Mr. and Mrs. H. Gill of Alpowai are visiting at the fair grounds this morn ing. They are registered at the Ram sey. G. P. Johnson of Pullman arrived In the city yesterday as a fair visitor. Miss Lola Stuart of Asotin arrived In the city yesterday. She is visiting Miss Francis Yount. J. J. Chamberlain and family of Wallace arrived In the city yesterday and are visiting at the home of Mr. Chamberlain's brother. A. L. Cham berlain. Mount Pel.. Is Quiot. NEW YORK, Oct. 13.—Superinten dent French of the camble company bu received the following from Mar tinique: "Stories of fresh eruptiorFof Mount Pelee false. Volcano is calm." OUR GIRL—nseds th. sef.gu.rd of a thorough, practical bu.in... educa tion. LEWISTON BUSINESS COL LEGE. SICKNESS IN RAILROAD CAMP Work in Some Place. Retarded Be cause of Typhoid Fovor. Special to Evening Teller. COTTONWOOD.. Idaho. Oct. 13 — Considerable sickness has been re ported ground Cottonwood in the past month, and men are a little bit scarce In the railroad camps on account of ir In Egan's camp alone 18 cases of typhoid fever were reported in the month of September, and In many of the other camps the conditions were nearly as bad. The great prizes of lifo pro not won by chanoe, but by persistant, honest effort—practical education is the first •tep.^ LEWISTON BUSINESS COL Cottonwood People at Fair. Special to Evening Teller. COTTONWOOD. Idaho, Oct. 13.— The following people from this section are visiting the Lewlston-Clarloiton fair this week; Mr. and Mrs. D. Morrison. Jairee Rook, Dan Foley, Luke McGluke. ! Charles Ox,' Dud Willson. Charles Johnson. John Bliiips and wife, Bart 8imons. Carl Crookston. Harry Blake, Joseph Payne, C. R. Farnsworth and wife. Nie Florence. Joseph Yates, a prominent farmer of' Camas prairie, and his sister, Mrs. Katherine Moore, are in the city look ing after business before the supreme court. 1 OUR BOY—whatever he may do. should be given a BUSINESS mil. CATION >_ LEWISTON BUSINESS Men's Correct Toggery Our showing of Correct Furnishings fl r ,, season is far ahead of anything we hav, Mtn this In the past, and for careful selection r show n riety of desiraMe styles is fully the equal , va ' salect specialty stores in the large cities ,■ he mus t will show that our prices will run a good P ? rison half lower than those asked tor th,«! ^ '° a goods by the city haberdashers. ' ' identical SHIRTS We fee! very proud of the line 0 f tr Shirts we show this season. The styles and ... ,, nt are handsome in the extreme, and prices vm r™ able. We can sell you a very handsome ShTrt in onîy IL». Sty • attached or operated cuff!" for Higher grade Shirts, handsomer pattern» materials, exclusive styles, at $1.50, $1 7-, Our $2.00 line will compare most favorably with mh°°' dealers' $2.60 to $3.50 grades. Just as selec? ^tternT just as good materials. Just as good workrrcc T? ' The only difference is the price. 8 uu w ,rKma ish 'P NECKWEAR In Neckwear we snow all the new things offered ? ve ï 'he 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. 6 Reversible Four-In-Hand Ties, made of highest grade Imported silks, at 75 cents. g ' Same £yle. made of silks a little lower In quality at 50 and 35 cents. GLOVES Getting cool enough mornings and evenings to mfcke a pair of Gloves look good. We show a splendid Une of Men's (Hoves 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-lined Gloves, also, for the nwn who wants them. SUPREME COURT END WORK TODDY The supreme court spent the day listening to evidence and arguments In the habeas corpus proceedings brought by Mrs. B. Andrino of Tomb- ! stbne, Arizona, against Mrp. Sarah Yates of Grangeville for the posses sion of her 11-year-old daughter. The child was taken, while a baby, by Mrs. Sarah Yates, aunt of the mother, and now the mother has re married and Is asking for her child. An action for a writ of habeas cor pus was prosecuted In the district 1 court and the writ was denied and an ! appeal was taken. Last night attorneys for Mrs. Yates mcived that the appeal be dismissed, but the motion was overruled and the j case heard on Its merits. ! This case will clear the trial docket | foif this terrft and the court will prob ably adjourn to Boise tonight. YOUNG MAN• When vnu take up the study of SHORTHAND, TYPE WRITING, BOOKKEEPING, PEN ^»BW'F. ARITHMETIC, SPELL ING, ENGLISH—you ere taking up th4 "bread and butter studies." LEW ISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE. G. L». Tufts of the Pacific Reform bureau waa among the arrivals on the morning Clearwater train. ! We have more cells for competent office assistante than we ean fill. Theaa "ho are be-t nrep»-ed secure and hold the beet places. Are you preparing? LEWISTON BU8INE88 COLLEGE. YOU ean secure the position you nualifv vnortalf tn fill. Let ue helo vou do it! LEWISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE. The Water Makes the Beer. f OLYMPIA BEER |s made from clear sparkling spring water. Charles Parker, Prop., Lewiston Agents. M. BERG THE TAILOR Wishes to announce that the fall patterns have arrived, ime ear hr and act first choice. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ O A. J. GREEN 0 O Attorney.at-Lew Ö ♦ ♦ O Practices in »11 State tnd 0 O, Federal Courts of Idaho tod 0 O Washington. 0 O Mein Street, Culdesae, Idaho. 0 ÔOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO BU8Y BEE LUNCH COUNTER. BELCHER A SON, Short orders and after-thoater lunch* a apaoialty. We serve genuine Mexi can Chili. 670 East Main Street Clyde J. Vassar UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE Telephone 1921—Residence 1BL WHY ion. Over the wash tub when M clair will do your washinf W you at a nominal cost M 1 * y4ur strength; let us * work. Phone us and our wM®* will call for your washing. THE LECLAIR LAUNDRY Phone Main 121. Lewiston, PROMPT! WE WILL CLEAN, PR«* AN ° REPAIR YOUR 8UIT WHILE YOU WAIT.