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teller want ads j - th# Taller tall your wont* an 0lir pheoa nui* bar is Main 261. ,dv»rt'aa r - L<M than5linaa,p*rlina....... u or * than 6 ina*, par ,m *'' * * " * ' Na ad taken for loos than 15 eants. ••••••••••eeeeeeee d it will do tho root. Tho papor that bring« results to the Rate for Rate for Sub- Rate Insertion, sequent Insertion. Per Month ••••05 $.03 $.50 •• -05 .03 .3 5 ^JtED—M angle girl at Le Clair laundry r^oifwANTED-To do work In pri vate boarding establishment. Ad dress T, care Evening Teller. —T^-aNT ED —For general house G work " must be competent and fond of children. Inquire 137 Second ave nue. ________i--- WANTED—For general house work. Call at 262 Main street. Hand ironers at the Le Claire laundry. _ «ANTED—Woman to do washing; Maire at 632 Tenth avenue or phone Red 1181. ^XED—Waiter for country town. None but experienced need apply. Commercial Hotel, Sûtes. Idaho. WANTED— èecond helper. Japanese preferred; Inquire Normal Dormi tory. rooms for rent. FURNISHED ROOMS—Two rooms, close In, fir gentlemen roomers. No. 2 ii, corner of old Sixth and B itreets. for RENT—Nicely furnished front nom. 21« Sixth avenue. FOR RENT—Suite of three rooms. In a first-class- business location. Ground floor, facing Main St. En quire 181 Main St THE ARLINGTON—Newly furnished or unfurnished rooms, single or In suites ; steam heat hot and cold water and baths. Mrs. J. C. Nichols, Trimble building, phone Black 21. FOR RENT.—Furnished rooms with heat. 715 Snake River avenue. FURNISHED ROOMS.—Furnished room and rooms for light lunches Mrs. Stable^, Clarkston House, Clarks tw- 1. . .. ... HOTEL «tewiSTON.—Nicety fur nished rooms, hot and cold water, free baft and steam heat. Elchen - berger building, Main street. tf. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Team, harness and wag on. Bay team, 1,200 pounds, 8 and 9 years old; studebaker wagon and light harness; good condition. Ap ply at tjnee to P. T. Fish, care Le Clair laipidry. 10-16 FOR SALE—Large case with glass front bu|lt purposely as a show case for hats. Inquire at Teller office. FOR SALE.—Old established hotel «nd furrtiture In good town of 700. Northern Idaho. For particulars ad dress or call. Johnson Bros., over Efts' store. FOR SALE—Farm of 130 acres all under cultivation; fenced, together with house and barn; also 3 acres of good orchard. Place Is located miles north of Russell, Idaho, Ne* Perce county, between the farm of William Hammond and Thomas Robinson, and known as the Linke homestead. For price and '«nns, aply to William Unke at Tonngsftwn, Washington, Phons X B BlTlT M nü? WICKl CONTRACTOR * :Jrcg-r>Ej R, L ewiston. Idaho _ _ real estate ^ R EXS. city property, farm and J ln *er lands. attorneys. 1 Will" U'F—ATTORN EX AT LAVA Idaho * in a11 the court * o* Room, and before u. S. land office la^ L*'°^T rly »coupled by U. 6 rtank°k,°??, n L* w iston National -~TSL k BJindlng. Phone No. 3881 °R°Ä? stcokey. LAWYER« :—J" 7 - * 18 Welsgerher Block p ~~------------ niof» Ronm ULVBR ' ATTORNEY AT jLAW pQomsjog ., Welsgerber Building. A LAW—o' att °RNET at court. . t,ce * ln federal Lewutri 0 * Idaho " d Washington. J^stonNatlonalBank Bid*. ^ W ' t ANNAHILL, Lawyer— C 0Urt Ce8 a11 State and Federal R * of Maho and Washington. -*a==-—*_ 1 ' 2 and 3. Telephone Bldg. cmYt 8H0ER ®PAIR^NÖT cent*. REP ^ I ^ IN °~ Rubber R®« 1 » - *® wait L f epairln * while you Pro», Jr WOrk Knaranteed and done Cv, PeOPU '- 8h °* ®Rop, 878 Methosi 8tre * t ' haJf block east of ty op ' 1 chu rch. Wooster Bros.. 8ECRET SOCIETIES LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS, NO. 896—Meets every first and third Thursday of each month at the Woodman hall. Geo. Rester, exalted ruler; Chas. W. Mount, secretary. ^^ 7 ®FITS OF F5TTHIAS—Excelsior lodge No. 2, K. of P., meets every Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. Visiting Knights always welcome. Henry Fair, K. of R. and S; F. H. Wood, V. C. PHYSICIANd AND SURGEONS. DR. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUR GEON. Room 205. Wetseerher Riv DR. HUB.LBUT, PHYSiCIAN AND SURGEON. Rooms 3, 4, 5. Thiesaen Block. DR. PERKINS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, room 24 Adams block. Office Iphone Black 571; residence 'phone, Black 1781. DRS. A. S. COON A MARY E. COON, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. — Graduates under the founder, A. T Still, at American School of Osteo pathy, Kirksville, Mo. Residence and office. Corner Eighth and Chest nut streets, Clarkston, Wrt. Office hours, 9 to 12 and 2 to 5, except Sat urdays. 'Phone Main 66. S sclal at tention to diseases of wemea and 1 children. Consultation free. DR. J. B. CABLE, Chiropractic. Chronic diseases a specialty. Rheu matism, Asthma, Heart, Liver and Kidney Troubles, Paralysis, Deaf ness, Neuralgia, Headaches and all Female Difficulties. For testimonials call at office, Rooms 8 and 10 Ivan hoe Hotel, Lewiston, Idaho, Phone Main 122. S. A. ROE, M. D., Homeopathist—24 Adams Bldg. Tel. Red 431. Res. Tel. Red 1782. DR. HINKLY, Physician and Sur geons, Diseases of Women a Special ty. Room V, Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 131. Y* oehtisve ' 'J W. F. GALBRAITH, DENTIST., Room 202 New Idaho Trust Building. Phone 2493. J ewtston Idaho. DR B08T0N, DENTIST. Room 20. Adams Block. Phone Main '254. L. E. SQUIER. DENTIST—Rooms 301. 302. Welsgerber block. Phone Main 88. High grade work for reasonable ortces. Gas administered. ARCHITECTS. I. E. TOURTE1.LOTTE & CO., AH CHITECTS. Room 1. Dent A Butlei Building, SI' 7 Main St. Phone Red 591. EYE SPECIALISTS. S.' A. ROE. M D—24 Adams Bldg. Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Mouth. Fitting of Glasses. TRAN8FER. TRANSFER—JOHN KIDD. LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING. Telephone Red 381. Leave orders at Vassar's Undertaking Parlors. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND—A bay mare with no brand; halter on. Apply to Geo. Hayward. Blast Main street. LOST—Feather boa on Normal hill. Finder please return to Ninneman Hardware store and receive, reward. LOST—Lady's purse on Main or Thir teenth streets last Monday. Inside of which was two or three dollars, child's purse, a souvenir from H. L. Graham, and a letter addressed to Mrs. G. H. Williams of this city. Finder leave at this office and re ceive reasonable reward. 10-16 If your grocer does lot handle "Gem" Flour, tell him you\want It and he must get It. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, September 13, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver, at Lewiston, Idaho, on December 21, 1906. vis: Jerry S. Tay lor, of Lapwai, Idaho, for the south west quarter southwest quarter sec tion 1 and lot 7, section 12, township 85 north, range 4 W. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove hie continuous residence upon the cultivation of eald land, vlx: Fred Ruchert, William Palmer. James Mc Grath. Archie Newman, all of Lapwai. Idaho. * T. H. BARTLETT, Register. MINING MEN IN DENVER TODAY 1 DENVER, Colo, Oct. 16. — The Ninth Annual Convention of the Am erican Mining Congress opened in the Broadway theater today, one thou sand delegates, reperesenting every mining section in America, Including Canada and Alaska, being In attend ance. The convention was opened with prayer, after which welcome ad dresses were made by Governor Mc Donald and Mayor Speer for the state and city, with five-minute re sponses by delegates representing ltfornia, Utah, New Mexico, Ore- ' a. Washington. Montana, Alaska, uth Dakota, Wyoming, New Mex ». Texas, Missouri, Wisconsin and ter states and territories. After the selection of committees on. credentials and resolutions, the convention listened to the annual ad dress of President J. H. Richards, In which he reviewed the activities of the organization during the past year and suggested lines of work for future work. At the conclusion of Presi dent Richards' address the conven tion adjourned until tomorrow. The seBions of the congress are to continue until the end of the week. The live importance of the topics scheduled for consideration give as surance that the present meeting Is to be the most notable ever held by the organization . The convention will re new its plea to congress for the crea tion of a federal department of mines and mining, the head of which shall have a place in the cabinet, to which shall be Intrusted the administration of all matters arising from the federal government concerning the acquisition and development and operation of mines of any kind. Attention will be directed also to the necessity of provid ing for the organization of mine drain age districts. Legislation against fraudulent mine promoters Is another matter to receive attention. PERSONAL . W. L. Gifford, republican candidate for auditor, left yesterday for a two weeks' canvass of the country pre cincts of the county. Same Saugart left this morning for the Palouse Country in the Interest of A. L. Thompson & Co.'s wholesale liquor hoi Säe. Martin Thomas, hotel man at Spald ing, returned home today after spend Ing a day in the city. Mrs. J. M. Watkins returned today to her home In Spokane after spend ing a week visiting with Mrs. Allen Ransom of Clarkston. E. M.' Murphy, who has been acting in the capacity of tonsorlal artist at one of Hogan's chairs, left this morn ing for Butte, where he has accepted a similar position with a leading bar ber. Margaret, the 10-month-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Hartnet, of Tenth avenue, Is suffering from a severe attack of inflammation of the mucus membrane of the stomach. Mrs. W. L. Gifford is recovering from a severe attack of appendicitis. Mrs. M. E. Goddard left this morn ing for her home in Spokane after spending the last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. James McGrane of this city. Mrs. J. O. Rohoady left this morning to visit with friends at Moscow. Miss Josle M. Maywood left on the morning train for Spokane, where she will enter the hospital to study for the profession of a trained nurse. Miss Stella Tnoc left this morning to visit with friends at Spokane. ME THE COMfONTAglX WAY. TO ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH. CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST. - GAILY THE f; YER ANC FAUT MAIL CL08E CONNECTION AT SPOKANE Making Practically Through Train Servie«. THROUGH CARS PALACE SLEEPING CARS TOURIST SLEEPERS DININO ÇAR8. a la carte OBSERVATION CARS For rates and full Informa tion, or a call from our Trav eling Agent, write E. 8. BLAIR, General Agent, 8?okan< **t«eh_ er ê. G. YERKE5, A. G. c A. Seattle, Wash. We arc now in complete readiness to show to the public all of the latest and most authentic styles in Men's and Boys' Clothes A surprise awaits you in the moderate price which reigns throughout our entire stock. Our line of clothing is guaranteed to be the best procurable for fit, style and durability. THE JOHN H. WILSON CLOTHING CO. 426 Main St. Lewiston 95 Great Sale of Sample SHOES HUB Oregon Short Line at» union Pacific ONLY LINE EAST VU SALT LAKE a ad DENVER TWO TRAINS DAILY TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA, WASH FA8T MAIL— For Pomeroy, W&itsburg, Dayton, Walla Walla, Pendleton, Baker City and all pointa East, departs daily...'..........12:50 p. m FAST MAIL — From all points East, Baker City, Pendleton, Walla Walla, Dayton, Walts burg, Pom eroy. arrives daily........1:18 p.m EXPRESS for Portland, San Francisco, Baker City and all pointa East, departs... 9:58 p.m EXPRESS from all pointa East, Baker City. Baa Francisco. Portland, ar rives dally ..............8:46 a. m Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co. We have the beat equipped Factory in the Inland Empira. Our improved faeilitiea enable ua to turn eut the higheat grade werk. Fumiehinga, Finiahinge end Fixtures of every deeeription. We parry Lime end Cement. Lumbar in any quantity and of all kind«. Office oerner D and Fourth 8treete. LEWISTON, IDAHO. Factory and Yarda In Clarkston, Washington^ LEWISTON Ment Market L. CHERRIER, Prop., Dealer in Freeh and 8alt Meats, But« ter, Egge, Fieh, Oysters and Gama In Season. Phene 19. 558 Main Str eet Free Delivery. Photographs Everything new and up-to-date. Photo graphs $1.00 per dozen and up REMBRANDT STUDIO Eighth and Main Streets HEADQUARTERS FOR Lewiston Souvenirs DO NOT FAIL TO PROCURE ONE OF THESE HANDSOME SOU VENIRS OF LEWISTON. SOMETHING NICE TO HAVE AND THEY ARE INEXPENSIVE. THE BARGAIN BAZAAR MAIN STREET.