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** f 0 the Teller tell your went« an d it will do the rest. Our phone number is Main 261. The paper that brings results to the - dv#rti** r ' Le** 1 than 5 line*, pw line............. u n re than 5 inee, per line............. No ed taken for lee* than 15 cent*. "help wanted._ Rate for Rate for Sub- Rate Insertion, sequent Insertion. Per Month -05 $ .03 $ .50 • • - 05 .03 .35 8ECRET SOCIETIES ^TED-Mangle girl at laundry. ,^îrwÂNTËD- To do work In prl vate boarding establishment. Ad dr e«9 T. care Evening Teller. WANTED—For general house work- must be competent and fond 0 ( children. Inquire 137 Second ave nue. _____________________________ Û1RL WANTED—For general house work Call at 262 Main^treet. WANTED—Hand troaers at the Le Claire laundry. _'_ WANTED—Woman to inquire at 532 Tenth phone Re d 1181. do washing; avenue or ^^TE0—Walter for country towu. None but experienced need apply, commercial Hotel. Stltea. Idaho. WANTED—Second helper. Japanese preferred; Inquire Normal Dormi tory. __ ROOMS for rent. furnished ROOMS— Two rooms, close In, for gentlemen roomers. No. 216, corner of old Sixth and B streets. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front room. 210 Sixth avenue. FOR RENT—Suita of three rooms, in a first-class business location. Oround floor, facing Main St. En quire 383 Maln8L______ 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. Stabler, Clarkston House, Clarks - ton. FQP, RENT—Desk rqom. Room 125 Means Block. Inquire HOTEL LEWISTON.—Nlcbly fur nished rooms, hot and cold water, free bath and steam heat. Elchen berger building, Main street. tf. FOR 8 ALS. 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 once to P. T. Fish, care Clair laundry. 10 FOR SALE—Large case with gli front built purposely aa a show ct for hats. Inquire -at Teller office. FOR SALE.—Old established dress or call. KJos' store. ! ! 1 FOR SALE—Farm of 130 acres under cultivation; fenced, togetl with house and barn; also 3 ac of good orchard- Place is loca 1% miles north of Russell, Ida Nez Perce county, between farm of William Hammond « Thomas Robinson, /md known th« Linke homestead. For price « terms, aply to Wlllfam Linke Youngstown, Washington, Phone 326«. ' CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS BUILDER. Lewiston. Idaho ftEAL ESTATE Umber lands. ATTORNEYS. 1 WEST—ATTORNEY AT LAW win practice in all the courts of Idaho and before U. S. land office Rooms f formerly occupied by TJ. S (and office) in Lewiston Nations _ Bank Bui lding, Phone No. 2881 _ JOHNSON A STOOKEY. LAWYERS R ooms 317, 818 Welsgerber Bio«*» F -D CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms 208-8 Welsgerber B uilding. James e, babb. attorney at DAW—Practices In stats and federal courts of Idaho and Waahlngton __ff wlston National Bank Bldg. GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, Lawyer— Practices In all State and Federal Courts of Idaho and Washington. Room« i. j and 8. Telephone Bldg. ' 1 1 ~ - 1 d * "Hoe REPAIRING—Rubber heel* 50 C * nt8 ' Repairing «one while you " ait A11 work guaranteed and done Promptly. People'* Shoe Shop. 676 f" 1 Maln *tfe*t,' half block *aat of ethodUt church. Wooatar Broa.. nop. LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS, NO. 896—Meets every first and third Thursday of each month at the Woodman hall. Geo. Kester, exalted ruler; Chas. W. Mount, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—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. <C. C. PHYSICIANd AND SURGEONS. DR. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUR GEON. Room 205. Weisç^rber DR. HU.HLBUT, PHYSiCIAN AND SURGEON. Rooms 3, 4, 5, Thiessen Block. DR. PERKINS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, room 24 Adama block. Office 'phone Black 571; residence 'phone, Black 1781. ------- DRS. A. S. COON & 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, Wn. Office hours, 9 to 12 and 2 to 5, except Sat urdays. 'Phone Main 65. S trial at tentlon to diseases of womea and 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 alf Female Difficulties. For testimonials call at office, Rooms 8 and' 10 Ivan hoe Hotel, Lewiston, Idaho, Phone Main 122. 4 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. f Room 6, Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 181. DENTISTS _W. F. GALBRAITH, DENTIST. Room 202 N«w Idaho Trost Building. Phone 2483. I ewlston Idaho. '■'**■* DR BOSTON, DENTIST. Room 20, Adams Block.- Phone Main 254. ! L. E..SQUIER, DENTIST—Rooms 301. ! 302. Welsgerber block. Phone Main 1 86. High grade work for reasonable orlces. Gas administered. ARCHITECTS. I. E. TOURTEI.LOTTE A CO.. AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent A Butlei Building, 81" 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. | % transfer: TRANSFER—JOHN KIDD. LIGHT AND HEAVY HAUUNG. Telephone Red 381. Leave orders at Vasaaris Undertaking Parlor*. L08T AND FOUND. FOUND—A bay mare with no brand; halter on. Apply to Geo. Hayward, Eaat Main street. LOST—Feather boa on Normal hill. Finder please return to Ninneman Hardware etore 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 1 Mrs. G. H. Williams of this city. Finder leave at this office and re eeive reasonable reward. 10-16 If your grocer "Gem" Flour, tell him you want It and he must get It. Notice for Publication. 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, 1806. via: Jerry S. Tay lor, of Lapwal, Idaho, for the south weat quarter southwest quarter sec tion 1 and lot 7, section 12. township 35 north, range « W. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove hi* continuous residence upon the cultivation of said land, vis; Fred Ruchert, William Palmer. James Mc Grath, Archie Newman, all of-Lapwal, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT. Register. in ? HEYBURN FUÏS BRYAN'S PARTY (Continued from Page Six.) t » t( c r« h c L c u «i n ti 11 n i l ' 1 ° , p j q a r a 1 1 1 ? | | » j ] i «Lose principles you believe, and cast your ballot for all of the candidates on the republican ticket." Will Study Carefully Smoot Case. Referring to the contention of nator Dubois on the Mormon ques n, Senator Heyburrt said In part: "They talk about what they will do abolish these evils of which they mplain. They forget that congress vs not legislate for states. I see the paper that my colleague ridi les the Idea that, he can do nothing abolish polygamy in Idaho, and Iks about Itis vote in the Smoot se and what he Is going to do. i >s asked the other night when some testions were handed to me In writ g in Twin Falls, how I was going vote in tile Smoot case. I replied fir»t that I was not. going to vote Twin Falls at all, that the senate its not in session there, and would >t he, but when I did cast my vote would be a responsible vote, based on my judgment, as to the man's ghts under the law, and that I lould not be influenced in any way I , the prejudice of political talk dur 1 g the campaign, nor by resolutions p.ssed by the democratic party. (Ap ia use.) And that is my position, nd when I have east my vote on that itegtion. it will be after I have heard i.d considered the testimony. I am ot a member o, the committee on rivileges and elections, i have never ttended a session of it. i have been esy attending to the duties assigned > me in the gerate. I have never ■ad the testimony except in a most eneral way, but like any other man ii the performance of any conscientl ■ity, public or private, I shall tnce, and then I shall submit my science to the people of the state epresent. I am not going to be Ity of the offense that they charge people of Utah with being guilty interfering with the politics of a ghbortng state. Utah is a sover n state. It hag the right to select complaint is that Utah is at Ltng, and does attempt, and does ere with the political action of oing to interfere and try to dorr'.n te the people' of Utal in« the exer se of their sovereign right to elect heir United States senator. That oes not sound very consistent, does L ? There Is a wall, the southeastern oundary line of Idaho, between It the heavenq arch can breàl hf-irarchy and i politically, .„and no ; through it, and no o Individuals can No Mormon Voice in Convention. "They are telling up and down the that the Mormon church exercised a «mlnating influence. It is as black falsehood as ever «was uttered; it is conscienceless a falsehood as was er uttered; because they know that is not true, it Is not true of those Ings about which there can be a mistake. A majority of the republi cans of that convention acted, and er or not ,we were In sympathy with their action, they represented principle that we propose to sup The nominees of our party sed upon the party platform, and Mormon voice, nor no Mormon hand, nor no Mormon influence en tered Into that convention. And when I use the term Mormon, Duse it in the sense they use It in their plat form. There wag no domination of in this state since 1884, and I first sat in the counsels of the party In Idaho in 1884, and I have been with them whenever they have been In counsel, and I never have seen or heard a suggestion of this dominat ing influence or power, or an attempt to do that of which they talk. If they have, perhaps they may have been selected as more likely, targets than I. But I never have found any body that had the. temerity to come to me and attempt to influence me in my action In behalf oi or against these people In the performance of :riy duty. Dismiss It from your minds as not worthy to be taken Into con sideration in determining the manner of your hallot. We have nominated ? state ticket that you may support heartily on its record. Governor Gooding is the chief executive and af ter two years of an excellent business administration, he presents himself again for your consideration." . I cwtslon and Open River. . In his Introductory remarks Sena tor Heyburn referred to Lewiston And the open river project as follows; "There are many important ques tions which might properly be taken up for consideration tonight In this cdy of Lewiston. You are peculiarly bdtuated, in that you are, as your chairman hag Just suggested, a grow ing city. You are moving rapidly from one step of prosperity to an other, and each advance brings with Ic new necessities, and you will get, st, open river to the sea. The repub lican party, th e republican adminis tration has already taken the first et.d necessary steps to that end, and it Is an assured fact. The appropria tions that have been mad* for open ing the river to Celilo falls will be continued from year to year, and fiom congress to congress, until the work Is completed. The dredging, es pecially In the river between the Co Vnmbia and the city of Lewiston will, beyond any question, be, continued until there will be no period during the summer when It will be necessary for the boatà to be withdrawn. So fnr aa ft ta within the power of your representative* In congress, In both We are 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 '»-.ruses, you may rest assured thaj every effort will be made, and I. havp no *doubt that the facts will be ac complished; that the river will be opened to the sea, and the city of Lewiston will be a seaport town. (Applause.) Waterways are the poor man's transportation. 'ly-aterwayg sre a check upon monopoly by trans portation lines. They have been de nominated 'God's highways.' They v.ere placed here when the world was formed, before we came, and they are here for our use, and not to be destroyed or monopolized by any one. See that they are kept open to the very limit of their usefulness. 'It is not necessary that a river shoqld be capable 'of floating battle ships Un cider that it may be beneficial as a means of navlgtlon. The man with h's canoe or his raft is entitled to navigate these rivers. They do hot belong to the people aa Individual*» but to the people as a whole. They cannot be acquired by location, or by virtue of any law as the property of r.ny individual." To hav* your dr*** proparly and promptly don* i* to hav* Miaa May make it for you. Room 3, Lewiston Hotel. 10-27 Taka your ' proscriptions to th# Chastain McNair Drua Co. Great Sale Sample SHOES Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co. : We hav* th* boat equipped Factory in tho Inland Empira. Our Improvad facilities ei\able u^ to turn out th*^'highest grad* i work. Furnishings, Finishing* arid Fixture* of every desertion. W* carry Lima and ctm*nt Lumbar. In any quantity and af. alt kinds. ' Office earner O and Fourth Streets. LEWISTON', IDAHO. Factory and Yards' in Clarkston, Washington. LEWISTON Meat Market L. CHERRIER, Prop, Dealer in Fresh and Salt Meats, But* tar, Egge, Fiah, Oyster* agd Oam* hi Season. Phon* 19. 858 Main Str eet Fra* Delivery. Photographs Everything new and up-to-date. Photo graphs $1.00 per dozen and up REMBRANDT STUDIO Eighth and Maun 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 MUNiWdsaifli MAIN STREET.