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FRENCH TO SPEAK
AT COURT HOUSE In order that the people of the east end of the city may have one of the prominent speakers in their portion ef the city, the address of Congress man Burton L. French will be given gt the courthouse. Mr. French will be In Lewiston, Sat urday, October 20. He is one of the beet speakers in the campaign and presents the issues in clear and con vincing manner. An especial effort will be made to get the voters of the east end of the city out to hear this address. Episcopal Mission Conference. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 18— The fourth annual conference of the sixth Episcopal missionary department began in Minneapolis today and w'll continue until next Monday. The de partment embraces the districts of Colorado, Kansas, Laramie, Montana, Duluth, Iowa, Kansas City, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Salia and North and South Dakota. Bishop Tuttle pre sided at the opening of the conference In St. Mark's churoh this morning and the sermon was delivered by Bishop Brewer of Montana. Other distin guished participants include B'shops Ed sail of Minnesota, Morrison of Du luth, Graves of Laramie, Atwlll of Kansas City, Hare of South Dakota, MIHspaugh of Kansas, Mann of North Dakota and Oimstead of Colorado. Crapsey Case Up for Review NEW YORK, Oct. 17—The court ef review of the Episcopal Church will meet heef tomorrow to hear the appeal of the Rev. Dr. Algerion S. Crapsey of Rochester, who was found guilty on charges of heresy. Bishop Scarborough of Trenton, N. J„ will preside oyer the court, which will hold its sesions at the diocesan house. Edward M. Shepard will appear for the acusec^ clergyman. "THIS |8 MY 49TH BIRTHDAY." Nikola Tesla. Nikola Tesla, the famous electrician and inventor, was born at Smiljau, Servta, October 18, 1857. His father was an eloquent clergyman of the Greek church, but Nikola probably derived hie inventive genius from his mother, who constructed looms add churns for, household use while her husband preached the word. As a hoy, in the Polytechnic school at Gratz, he first saw a direct current gramme machine and was told that a commuter was a vital and necessary feature In all apparatus. He at once was interested in electricity and se cured a position as assistant in the government telegraph engineer de partment at Buda Pesth. Later he was employed by large electric light ing companies In Paris. In 1882 he came to America and was employed for a time In one of Edison's shops. So quick, bright and original was he that Edison soon became personally interested in him. News of Tesla's wonderful discoveries was spread abroad and he leaped Into the fore most rank as an electrician. He was one of the first to -suggest the elec trical possibilities of harnessing Niagara Falls. HALLOWEEN PARTY— The social committee of the Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church has de cided to give a Halloween party at the home of one of the members on the evening of October Î0. I x We have a large amount of eastern money to loan upon lowest terms, on three and five years' t ime, with option of payment at any Interest period or all, or part. No delay. Call and see us at once and get terms. Northwestern Increases Its Stock . CHICAGO, 111., October 17. — The stockholders of the Northwestern Railway Company, held a special meeting at the general ''offices in this city today to authorize an Increase la the capital stock from $100,000,000 to $200,000,000. Though no official statement has been Issued It has been generally accepted that the doubling of the capital stock means that the company has determined to extend its lines through to the Pacific Coast, following the example of the St. Paul and other competitors. Brotherhood of St. Andrew. MEMPHIS, Term., Oct. 18.—The twenty-first annual convention of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew opened In this city today. The Initial service took place in Convention hall, where the delegates assembled to listen to addresses of welcome delivered by Bishop Gailor and Mayor Malone. James L. Houghteling, founder of the brotherhood, presided over the busi ness session that followed. Thanksgiving Day in Canada. OTTAWA, Ont., Oct. 18—Thanks giving day was generally observed throughout Canada today. It was the first time In recent yea'rs that the date designated for the holiday did not co incide with the holiday In the United States. Idaho's Now Stato Chemist. BOISE, Idaho, Oct. 18—Robert Gib son arrived from New York Sunday night to accept the position of state chemist in the office of the state pure food and dairy commissioner. He is a brother of Will H. Gibson, secretary of state. To bo satisfied Is to sat at tha Grand Restaurant. GETS FINE PIANO—W. G. Sealy, of the firm of McGUvery & Sealy, to day purchased an elegant pianola piano in a beautiful mahogany case of the Ellers' Plano house of this city. In this Instrument Mr. Sealy has one of the best Instruments on the market today. To kill that earn uaa Moxlay'a Dead Shot Com Cura. Why suffar with that oorn when Moxlay'a Daad Shot Com Cura will remove It. OREGON Short Line «- a Union Pacific ONLY UNE EAST VIA SALT LAKE and DENVER TWO TRAINS DAILY TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA, WASH FAST MAIL —For Pomeroy, I Waitsburg, ' Dayton, Walla Walla, Pendleton, Baker City and ail pointa East, departs dally.............12:50 p. on FAST MAIL — From all points East, Baker City, Pendleton, Walla Walla, Dayton, Waitsburg, Pom eroy. arrives daily........ 1:18 p.m EXPRESS for Pbrtland, San Francisco. Baker City and all pointa East, departs... 9:58p.a> EXPRESS from all points East, Baker City, San Francisco, Portland, ar rives dally .............. 3:45a.m When you make four purchase* to night. ask your grocer for "MarrM* Flour. He will know y«u are wise "Delicious bread, did you say T Of course. Wo use 'Marvel' Flour, kfa the best." FASHIONS LATEST CREATIONS IN MILLINERY IT IS WORTH WHILE TO INSPECT OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF FALL HATS. IT WILL BE TO YOUR AD VANAGE. ANYONE WEARING ONE OF OUR HATS CAN BE ASSURED THAT THEY HAVE FASHIONS LATEST AND BEST. THE FASHION MILLINERY MISS KENNEDY. UPSTAIRS DILL BUILDING. I =First National Bank « 41 LEWISTON, IDAHO. £ § JOHN P. VOLLMER, President. A. E. CLARKE, Cashier. *9 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $290,000.00 Deposits Sept. 4, 1906, $1,111,353-11 The Strongest Bank in Idaho No. 24 upon the RoU of Honor of aU National Banks $ .. . — «■» WOOD AND COAL LONG WOOD, 8HORT WOOD, DRY WOOD, WOOD AND COAL BY TRAIN LOADS OR WHEELSARRAW LOADS. No orders too largo or small for us to fill. Lot us figure with you on largo orders. Phono 1821. Varda, First Street and N. P. Traoka. Clearwater Fuel Company JOLLY A THOMPSON >♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• » >♦♦♦♦♦♦ , The Best in the Line H what you will find in our store. Our «took of SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY will bo found the most complote in the oity. Everything found in a first-class Jewslry ostablishmsnt. Wa giva green stamps. GEORGE H. LAKE, The Jewelers Adame Block, Main Street. ♦ W. F. KETTEN BACH, President. J. ALEXANDER, Vlas President GEORGE. H. KE STER, Cashier The Lewistou National Bank LEWISTON. IDAHO DIRECTORS Joseph Alexander, R. C. Beach C. C. Bunnell, J. B. Morris, Aaron Freidenrlch. Grace Pfaffltn, .un., /.. at"«-- Wm. A. Libert W. F. Kettenbach, George Kester, t Corner of Main ana rourth Streets TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Sight Exchange 8old on All the Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. INVP^TICATP th ® ««excelled terms offered 111 Y C311UA1C by the IDAHO TRUST u CO. ON REAL ESTATE LOANS Ws make loans on Improved City Property upon batter terms chan those offered by BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. Low rata of intorast Easy payments. No delays. Others have investi gated and found our forms most satisfactory. Farm loans a spacialty. P. W. KETTENBACH, President O. A. KJ08, Vioa President E. C. 8MITH, Secretary. The Ed. L. Wiggin Cigar Store] CIGARS AND TOBACCO THIESSEN BLOCK. Moxlay'a Daad Shot Corn Cure gives great satisfaction. Giva It • trial. Freeh, pure drugs and chemicals at tha Chastain McNair Drug Co. Pictures taken at night at Gomond'a. The largest glass of boor In town at the Tacoma, LADIES' TAILORING. ♦ ♦ Evening oostumes and ladies' ♦ ♦ tailoring a epeeialty. ♦ MME. ELKIN8 8HALA, Modiste. ♦ ♦ Over Eilers' Piano House, ♦ ♦ Lewiston, ItfaHo. ♦ STAGE LINE Between Culdeaac and Ilo Dally ( ET( ii Leaves Culdesac ................... rt Sunda J Leaves JJo-......................■ .................. GOOD RIGS AND CAREFUL on , VEBi - Culdesac, RU6HERT & RHODE, , Props RAYMOND GRILL BEST OF SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT F. B. SEARS £=, d'Alene Meat Marts A full line of Freeh and Cured Meata. Butter, Eggs aid t OYSTERS. PROMPT E LIVER Y "« *» BRICK COMPANY f rii k «£ - MANUFACTURE*! Most modtrn ad complets plant in itita All grades. Fancy Face, Common tid Clinker alwaye m hand. 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