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tha Unitad Sta'aa—»attar op* portunitie* for homeseekerg can't ba found. sfcsb (Cottonwood, Nezperce ORANGEVILLE, 8TITES AND OROFINO. stafc P«ge devote^ to " c -"" - n. Pr " iri " ■« «. u„„ c J water country, ^ JUOGE MAKES SHORT ADDRESS Special to Evening Teller. , ORANGEVILLE, Idaho,, Oct. 17.— Chief Justice Stockslager made the opening address of his campaign here last plght before a good audience. The Judge has declined to make any active campaign until after the last session of the supreme court before election Is over, and In his address last night declined to discuss political issues to any extent. He made reference to Governor Gooding In his address, and criticised some of the things he has been saying In the present campaign. The political address of the evening was made by George A. 'Williams of Halley, Justice Btockslager's home town, who Is accompanying him on his tour. Mr. Williams spoke principally on the Mormon issue. Henderson - Clayton. Steaphen E. Henderson and Miss Annabelle Clayton of Stltes were mar ried yesterday at the Hotel Orange ville, Rev. W. N. Knox officiating. Mr. •nd Mrs. Henderson will reside at Cottonwood. Taka Up Study of the Bible. The Union Bible Study club held Its ' first meeting in the T. M. C. A. rooms last night with an attendance of over SO members. Hatsell Cobbs led the discussion. The club Is taking up course In Life of Christ and Harmony of the Gospels. 1 The Men's Y. M. C. A. Bible Study club was organized Sunday afternoon and will hold regular Sunday after noon meetings. PERSONALS of In a j Fred White, deputy internal revenue collector, returned this morning from an official visit to the towns of Latah county. W. E. Klllenger- arrived In the city from Spokane to look after hi inter ests In Nez Perce county. James Turrlsh, head of the Turrlsh timber syndicate, is a ^visitor in the city from his headquarters In Spo kane. J. M. Edwards left this morning : for Portland and Seattle, where he is making arrangements to float some of hts mining^ stocks. E. A. Meyers left this morning for Spokane, where his wife has been taken suddenly 111. James Sheridan left on the North ern Pacific this morning for a visit to Spokane and Seattle. Mr. Sheri dan, who has been visiting here with friends. Is from Lampl, Cal., and ex pects to return here and make this city his future home. T. E. Brammel left on the morning train for a short visit In Pullman. Wendel, the 12-months-old Infant of Mr. and Mra Garret, Is reported to be recovering from a seevre attack of pneumonia. Mra W. H. Simmon passed through the city this morning from her home In Asotin, en route to The Dalles, Ore., where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. HalL She was accompanied by Mr. Simmon as far as Pullman, who will return home tomorrow. Dr. J. B. Morris left on the morn ing train for a profession trip to Ken drick. ♦ »THIS DATE IN HI8TORY ♦ October 17. 1777—General Gates defeated Gen eral Burgoyne at Saratoga. 1707 —Bonaparte and Austrian em- ■ peror concluded treaty of Campo j Formio. 1871—President Grant suspended writ of habeas corpus In nine counties of South Carolina. 1897—Charles A. Dana, New York editor, died. Born August 8, 1819. Schlsicher's celebrated Grapes 20o a basket at Russell's Grocery. Pictures taken at night at Gomond's. _ TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. DR- A. ANDERSON, Neuropath and ^ Osteopath, treats successfully ner vous and chronic diseases. I am no .. . . „ cure-all. but If >ou have failed to receive benefit from other sources. call and consult me. City references _ I at my office. Consultation free, Trimble block, comer Sixth and Main. Phone Black 21, Lewiston. Keep Your Eye on Cottonwood. Cottonwood Chronicle. Cottonwood Is now enjoying the best and most substantial growth in the history of the town. Buildings, both for business and residence purposes, are going up on every side, property is changing hands daily at good figures, stores and other business houses re port a good trade, work is plentiful and craftsmen of all kinds And ready employment, carpenters are coming In from outside places to take advantage of the building harvest, day laborers are receiving as high as $3 for a day's work and everything is moving along In fine shape. At the present rate of growth the town will double In popu lation In the next nine months and in the next twç years should easily make a town of 1,500 to 2,000 inhabitants. Keep your eye on Cottonwood, Its growing rapidly. Lake Mohonk Conference. LAKE MOHONK, N. Y., Oct. 17.— There was a large and representative attendance today at the opening of the 24th annual Lake Monhonk Confer ence of Friends of the Indian and Other Dependent Peoples. Dr. An drew S. Draper, New York state com missioner of education, called the gathering to order and will preside over the three days' sessions. The discussions will deal with the Indians and with conditions In the Philippines, Porto Rico and Hawaii. President Butterfield Installed. AMHERST. Mass., Oct. 17.—Dr. Kenyon L. Butterfield was today for mally installed as president of Am nerst Agricultural college. Interest ing ceremonies marked the inaugura tion. which wae attended by the trus tees, faculty and students and by rep resentatives of other educational In stitutions. "When you get "Climax" Flour, you j are getting the best for the least money. * JINING AND PULLMAN 8TAND ARD AND TOURI8T SLEEPERS on All main line passen ter TRAINS. STANDARD SLEEPERS ON NOS. 11 AND 12, PALOUSE BRANCH Passenger Schedule for Lewistoni 4o. 11 —Spokane and Palouse, arrives ............ 3:20 p. m Vo. 11—Spots ne and Palcuse, arrives ............. 7:30 a. m Vo. 17—From Stltes and Clear water points ......... .....................10:46 a. m Vo. >1—From Culdeaac, ar rives. .4:00 p. m. (Ex. Sunday) Vo. 10—Palouse and Spokane, departs.............7:10 a. m Vo. It—Palouse and Spokane. departs........... 11:0« p. m Va 18—For Stltes and Clear water points ......... .......1:46 p. m. (Ex. Sunday) ■Va 88—Far Culdesac....... ............8:06 (Ex. Sunday) TWO TRAINS A DAT TO KANSAS CITY, VIA. THE NORTHERN PA CIFIC. BILLINGS AND THE BUR LINGTON. Train No. 4 leaves Spo kane at. 10:85 p. m. dally, equipped with through chair car, standard Pull man and Tourist Sleepers. Strictly first-class. Dining car service. Clos* connections made at St. Joseph for 8t Louie Fur further Information, cal) on or phone W. J. JORDAN, Agent, Lewiston A. D. CHARLTON, A. Q. P. A* Portland, Oregon Netiee for Publication. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. ■ United States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, October 2, 1906. Notice 1 b hereby given that In com pliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the states of California. Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1892, James A. Spears, of Forest, county oj Nez Perce, state of Idaho, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 2610. for the purchase of the south east quarter of section 10, township No. 32 north, range No. 3 W. B. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is mqre valuable for its timber or stone tran for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the register and j ^reiver *t Lewiston,Idaho, on Tues day. the 15th day of January, 1907. He names as witnesses: Bert E. Farley, of Forest, Idaho: Mallory Farley, of Forest, Idaho; Ben , am , n F Aytch. of Forest. Idaho: Thomas Aytch, of Forest, Idaho. An Y persons elalminsr ad I versely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before said 15th day of January. 1967. a | j iv T. H. BARTLETT, Register. HEYBURN FLAYS BRYAN'S PARTY (Continued from Page One.) Colorado in th e manner prescribed by law; the governor of Colorado In obedience to his duty, after due an» careful examination of the papers, granted the requisition. Had he done less he would have ddserved Impeach ment. The men were turned over to the officers of Idaho to be brought buck for the purpose of trial. Psttibons's Awful Record. ''One of them, George Pettlbone, had been tried and convicted In the C'>urt8 of this state and sentenced to the penitentiary In Detroit. I parti cipated In the trial conducted In be half of those interested in having c' ime punished and he was convict ed In the United States court. HO was released on a technicality in the form of the Indictment. He put the powder In the penstock that blew up (he Frisco mill; he was seen to do it by a number of persons, but God saw to It that he was marked, be cause the powder prematurely ex ploded and blew off the greater part' of one of his hands, and he stood there In the open daylight, with the mill lifted Into the air, with the hu man lives of the men who were work ers there, against whom he had not even a personal grudge ;he stood there with his hands dripping wi*h the blood, the result of the explosion, to mark him for life. lie Is an Idaho product; a criminal product of Idaho. He has been brought back here for trial. The other men I Know nothing of personally, except as I hav e heard nnd read. But if they are innocent, they will either be .acquitted unless discharged under the proceeding^ r.ow under consideration In the su preme court of the United Slates, An Accessory a Principal. "It was said that because they were not in the state when the crime was committed that they could not be brought here by requisition. Look at the folly of it. Suppose that was the state line and I stood here and shot a man on the other side of it. Do you mean to say that the law Is so fi'msy a thing that I can escape be cause I wasn't In that state over there j when I killed the man? Hardly. The statutes of Idaho make the acces sory a principal. They have wiped cut the distinction between th e prin cipal In murder cases and an acces sory to the offense—that Is a person iv ho procures or aids in the doing of an act that res .Its in the death of the party killed. Wisely so. So that the plea that they make that because these men didn't themselves kill ex Governor Steunenberg they could not be extradited as principals, and the law of extradition In regard to acces sories Is different from that in regard to principals, is without foundation. They were principals because they had procured It to be done. "I desire that this should be plain in the minds of the good citizens of this country who, acting under a mis taken impression as to the facts and the law In this case, are criticising and threatening to vote against Gov ernor Gooding at the coming election. If you have no better reason for It than that, you have none at all. They Obstruct Speedy Trial. "The supreme court of the United States will say within a few days, per haps within a few hours, whether or the governor exceeded his auth ority or his duty under the law, and whatever that court says Is the su preme law of the land, and we bow our heads to It. Can't we wait until that tribunal has spoken? They could have had a trial at the last term of court, had they seen fit to subject themselves to a trial. The state was ready to go to trial. Why didn't they? Because they said we have p-nding In the supreme court of the United States an appeal from the su renie court of Idaho, and the circuit court of the United States. They took the appeal. The state didn't take ft. ""bese charged men took the appeal knowing that as long as that appeal was pending, their case could not be tried; that a trial would have been farce, would have been void, be cause when the supreme court of the United States takes Jurisdiction of a question for the purpose of determ ining it, the hand of the law is stayed everywhere In regard to that matter. They took that appeal at a time and a manner that they knew would render it Impossible to be tried at the term of the court at which they could have been tried. They filed tlielr papers at a time when they knew that that case could not be disposed by the United States supreme court btfore the legal adjournment of that term. They knew that It would go over until this October term, which met last Monday, >0 that they can fume nobody but themselves that they did not receive a trial at that teim. They are not in a hurry to be tried, not In as great a hurry as they would have you to believe. I will not undertake to foretell the result. That left to the law. I am content to lenve It there. "Now if that Is the only ground you have for voting against Governor flooding, and you believe In the prin ciples of the republican party, why jou have no reason at all for not vot ing for him, and It will become your duty, as probably It will become your pleasure, to turn to the party In (Continued on Page Seven.) The Cottonwood FLOUR MILL Mertes & Terhaar, Props., Manufacturers of "Mountain Gem" Flour, Graham and Farina. Mill Feed Always on Hand. Cus tom Grinding Done. Cottonwood, Idaho. The Elite Saloon Morrison A. Stuart. Props, The Traveling Men's Resort. Sole Agents for the Celebrated Atherton & Kirkwood Whlakey. Cottonwood, Idaho. The St. Albert HOTEL A. B. Rooke, Prop., The Very Best Accommodations for Travelers. , Cottonwood, . Idaho. Patronize Home Industry and Drink Weisgerber's Beer Special Brew, "TOTS NICHT" Bottle Boor. John's Place John Funks, Prop. Retail Dealer in the Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Grangeville Beer at Wholesale and Retail. An Orderly Resort. Finest Bar in Idaho County. Cottonwood, Idaho. The Cotton wood Barn HILL BROS., Proprietors, Livery and Feed. The Best Service Guaranteed. Cottonwood, Idaho. STAGE Between Kamlah and Cotton wood. Daily, Except Sunday. Leave Kamlah.........6. A. M. Leave Cottonwood..... 1 P. M. Arrive Cottonwood.....12 M. Arrive Kamlah .......7 P. M. McCarty A Renshaw, Proa. N. P SALOON (Successor to'the Old Brewery Saloon.) S. J. PETERSON, Prop, Cottonwood, Idaho. aaaaaaoaaaaaooooaassoaaaaa a COLOR TELLS THE QUALITY 2 a Is your collar a clean pure • • white? • a Is every bit of the dirt taken J J out when you send It te the e • Laundry. J • If not, your work Is not first • a class. 2 * THE LEWISTON 8TEAM J * LAUNDRY. • * Turns out first class work. a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaswaaaaasasa Tha Taeoma for wines, liguera and eigars. Only tha but THE OROFINO BAR, Best Liquors of All kinds L. G. Jahnke, Proprietor, OROFINO, IDAHO. LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE Orofino Trading e 0 . LIMITED. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandist Grain and Produce. OROFINO, IDAHO. SAMT GOLDSTONE CARRIES the LARGEST and FINEST STOCK OF General Merchandise On Gamas Prairie and it Always Up-to-Oate. Cottonwood, Idaho. When stopping at Nez Perze go to THE LOG CABIN. Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Grangeville Beer on Draught. ! * 'j RALPH A KUHN, Proprietors. DR. J. H. LEWIS, DENTIST. Bridge and Crown Work a Specialty. NEZ PERCE, IDAHO When rt Nez Perce Stop at THE CLARK HOUSE, Where you receive best of ac commodations. J. H. Miller, Mgr. NEZ PERCE PRAIRIE, NEZ PERCE CITY THE HUB. Do you know that NEZ PERCE PRAIRIE lands as an investment are safer than government bonds? If It Is homes, trades, snaps or in vestments that you are looking for, call on or write me. R. H. WALLACE, Office: Farmers' State Bank Building, Nez Perce, Idaho. When stopping in Stites go to the COMMERCIAL HOUSE Stites' Best Hotel—European Plan. Daisly & Ruckman, Propr., STITES, IDAHO. THE STONEY FORD BAR. Bonded Whiskeys a Specialty. Fine Wines and Cigars. R A IN1ER BEER ON DRAUGHT PACKER BROS, Props. _ If you are looking for a Homo whore it is pleasant to live, or for Investments that will double. You cannot afford to overlook th* famous Camas Prairia in Idaho County, Idaho. For particular* writ» to or oall on th* Camas Prairie Land Company COTTONWOOD. IDAHO. . CLEARWATER LIVERY AND FEED STABLE I 1 Frazier Brothers, Proprietors L - ■-* Special Attention Given to Mountain Travel. Teams and Careful Drivers. Saddle Horses nished on Short Notice. THI FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Cottonwood, Idaho. Invitas Now Business on Favorabl# Term*, rhardt, Präsiden t; W. L. Brown, Vie# Proofdonts MoGinitio, Cashier. 131,000* Capital and Surplus........................................ COTTONWOOD, IDAHO. E. M. Ehrhardt, WHITE PINE TRADING CO., Boot8) General Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groccn » Shoes and Clothing, Shelf and Heavy Hard Agricultural Implements. ORFINO, IDAHO. Noble Hotel p. a. McKinney, PVop., OROFINO, IDAHO. Orofino Drug Co. Drugs, Jawalry and Teilst Article#, Paints and Oils. OROFINO, IDAHO. Lewiston JAY WOODWORTH, Bonded Abrtr^or-fbr^J^-y MOM 3, VOLtkf« *^ Me** 1- * Tha Grand JteaM* rt '* M •f Everything.