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' h T«H*r tall your wont« an d it will do the rest. phone number is Main 2«1. The paper that brings results to the advert' 1 ■ ass than 5 lines, f*' , than 5 ines, per line. No a d taken for loss than « oants. •lore Rate for Rate for Sub* Rate Insertion, sequent Insertion. Per Month • •*•05 $.03 $.50 .. .05 .03 .35 help Wanted. ^j^D-Mangle girl at Le laundry-__ Clair 3t ^T^XnTED-To do work In pri vate boarding establishment. Ad dress T, care Evening Teller. ^rr^ÂNTED— For general house «ork- must be competent and fond J children. Inquire 137 Second ave fcas. _ __:-------------- WANTED—For general house work. Call at 362 Ma in street. ^XnTED—H and troners at the Claire laundry._____ Le WANTED— Woman to inquire at 532 Tenth phone Red 1181. __ do washing; avenue or trjjTED—Walter for country town. Hone but experienced need apply. Commercial Hot el. Stltes, Idaho. Second helper. Japanese preferred ; Inquire Normal Dormi tory. _ WANTED—Salesman ; may make 610« to $150 per month; some even more; stock clean; grown on reser vation; from old orchards; cash ad vanced weekly; choice of territory. Address Washington Nursey Co., Toppenlsh, Wash. _ ______ rooms for rent. FURNISHED ROOMS—Two rooms, close in, for gentlemen roomers. No. 216, corner of old Sixth and B streets. _ FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front reom. 310 Six th avenue. FOR RENT—Suita of three rooms, In a first-class business location. Ground floor, facing Main St. En quire 383 Main SL___ THE ARLINGTON—Newly furnished or unfurnished rooms, single or In suites; steam heat, hot and cold water and baths. Mrs. J, C. Nlch Trimble building, phone Black 21 FOR RENT.—Furnished rooms v beat 715 Snake River avenue. FURNISHED room and rooms for light FOR RENT—Desk room. Room 125 Means Block. Inquire HOTEL LEWISTON.—Nicely nished rooms, hot and cold free bath and steam heat. E berger building. Main street. . berger building. Main street. FOR 8ALE—REAL ESTATE. timber lands on. Bay team, 1,200 pounds, 8 9 years old; studebaker wagon light harness; good condition.; Ap ply at once to P. T. Fish, ca Clair laundry. for SALE—Large case with for hats FDR Inquire at Teller office. SALE.—Old established dress or call. Flos' store. Johnson Bros., FOR pALE—Farm of ,130 Acres under cultivation;, fenced, loge with house and barn; also 3 a of good orchard. Place Is loci H4 miles north of Russell, Id Nes Perce county, between farm of William Hammond Thomas Robinson, and known tbe Linke homestead. For price ai$d twms, aply to William tynke |U Youngstown, Washington, Phone %, 3384. . - * - " 1 d ' 5 8 e el 0. „ it 11 ® ,e »•1 as for" 8* LE. FOR bale—OH papers In bundles of TOO each at the Teller office. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDER8 H c T .MADGWICK, contractor « *HJILDER. IvewTaton. Idaho ATTORNEY®. 1 t2;„ Wes t—attorney at law "T11 practice In all the court« of i? aho and before U. S. land olHoe Rooms (formerly occupied by U. 8 ■ana office) in Lewiston National aank Biitldl ng. Phone No. $881 J0 rÎ^ 80n 4 STOOKEY, LAWYERS .KOonuji 7 . 818 Welsgerber W~.v r -?• CULVER, attorney at law Hooma iog.g Welsgerber Building JAMEs e Babb attorney AT Practices in state and federal j° ur t* of Idaho and Washington Lewiston National Bank Bldg. G w. RGE W ' tann AHILL, Lawyer— Fracticea In all State and Federal ourts of Idaho : and Washington. ' ,1rn * * and 3, Telephone Bldg. SECRET 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. KNIGHTS OF P YTHI AS—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. MORr.IS, PHYSICIAN AND SUR GEON. Room 205, Wetsrmrh er DR. HU.B.LBUT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Rooms 3, 4, 5. Thlessen Block. DR. PERKINS, PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON, room 84 Adams block. Office 'phone Black 671; residence 'phone, Black 1781. OSTEOPATIES DRS. A. S. COON & MARY E. COON, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. — Graduates under the founder, A. T. Still, at American School of Osteo pathy, Klrk8Ville, Mo. Residence and office, Corner Eighth and Cheat nut streets, Clarkston. Wn. Office hours, 9 to 12 and 2 to 6, except Sat urdays. 'Phone Main 66. S sciai at tentlon to diseases of women and children. Consultation free. DR. J. B. CABLE, Chiropractic. Chronic diseases a specialty. Rheu matlsm, 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. Rea Tel. Red 1782. DR. HINKLY, Physician and Sur geons, Diseases of Women a Special ty. Room 6, Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 131. DR. A. ANDERSON, Neuropath and Osteopath, treats successfully ner vous and chronic diseases. I am no cure-all, but If you have failed to receive benefit from other sources, call and consult me. City references at my office. Consultation free. Trimble block, corner Sixth and Main. Phone Black 21, Lewiston. a DENTI8T8 W. F. GALBRAITH, DENTIST. Room 202 New Idaho Trust Building. Phone 2493. Tewlston Idaho. DR. BOSTON. DENTIST. Room 20. Adams Block. Phone Main 254. . - L. E. SQUIER, DENTI3T—Rooms 301. 102, Weisgerber block. Phone Main 86. High grade work for reasonable prices. Gas administered. ARCHITECTS. J. E. TOURTELLOTTE A CO., AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent & Butlei Building, SI" Main St. Phone Red 691. 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 HAULING. Telephone Red 331. Laave .Uders at Vassar's Undertaking Parlois. LOST AND FOUND, FOUND—A bay mare with no brand; halter on. Apply to Geo. Hayward, Eftqt Main streeL * ■ LOST—Feather boa on Normal hill. Finder please return to Ninneman Hardware store and receive reward. SHOE REPAIRING. SHOE REPAIRING—Rubber heels 50 cents. Repairing done while you wait. All work guaranteed and done promptly. People's Shoe Shop. 676 East Main street, half block east of Methodist church. Wooster Bros., Prop. Hooeiar Librarians in Session KOKOMO. Ind., Oct. 17. — Nearly every city tn Indiana that boasts of a library Is represented at the fif teenth annual meeting of the Indiana State Library Asaociatlon now in ses sion' here. The convention will prob ably take action to broaden the membership and usfulness of the as sociation. ▼aka your prescriptions Chastain McNair Druq Ca. to the POLICY HOLDECS TO CAST VOTES Balloting for Directors of Insurance Companies Begins Today N u h al sr J< cr p fl n n p c n k f P t NEW YORK, Oct. 18.—Today marks a new epoch In the relations of the big life insurance companies and their policyholders. It is the first day of the period designated for the election of boards of directors by the policy holders. The control and manipula tion of nearly $1)00,000,000 of insur ance assets depends upon the result of the elections. It is the fruit of the memorable Investigation Instituted a year ago by the New York state legis lature. when the high officials of the big insurance companies were placed on the gridiron and forced to reveal the Inside workings of the business by which they had feathered their own nests out of the funds of the com panies. Under the provisions of the laws en acted by the last New York state legislature, complete boards of direc tors for the Mutual Life, the New Ife and the Mutual Reserve of irk City and the Security Mu iciety as far as practicable the ms irity of a hoard of directors for this trnpany also will be elected by Its illeyholders. Tickets have been nominated for the ve companies, and ballots with -he ames of the candidates have been The polls opened to Voting both by wed. Each pol oliey. The holding of more than one nllcy In a company does not carry rlth It the right to more than one ote. v n s « ( ( ote. Policyholders of the Mutual Life are ffered three tickets from which to vote s. New York policyholders from two tickets. Policy All of the present directors of the îated. In the the directors. tration ticket containing 28 The Ryan stock trustees will ; remaining 24 members of the None of the men on the ne. The three Mutual Life tickets (1) administration ticket; (2) the united committees' ticket, nom inated jointly by the International policyholders' committee and the Mu tual Life Policyholders' association, and the fusion, or so-called Mutual agents' ticket. To have your dress properly and promptly done is to have Misa May make it for you. Room 3, Lewiston Hotel. 10-2' McFarland case continued On Motion Counsel Goes Over for Term—Other Court Notes. On motion of the counsel for the de fendant the ease of the State of Idaho vs. Sam McFarland was continued for the term. Findings of fact and a decree in favor of the plaintiff was filed In the district court yesterday In the case of the Valley Lumber company vs. Mor rison & Drlssel. This is a lien ease for materials furnished. The sheriff yesterday filed his return on an order of sale In the case Of Gor man & Gorman vs. Clearwater Tobac co Co. and James Davis. Professor Carson Leavee Normal. On account or the uncertain condi tion of Professor Carson's health he has been obliged to give up Indoor work for the present at least and has discontinued his work In the Normal for this term. Mr. Carson has gone to Los Angeles and will engage in some outside work which will enable him to recuperate. Mr. Somerville has consented to take up the work temporarily. Tf voiir grocer doe* tot hand' "Gem" Flour, tell him you want It and he mut gat It Bring the Boys Iu Good this week we will make a Suits W E can fit any size and have Stock to select from. Special Sale of Boy s' And you will do your pocketbook a great favor by coming here Look over your boys' wardrobe and if he needs Shirts, Underwear a Hat we can supply him at very reasonable prices. REMEMBER THE PLACE. THE JOHN H. WILSON CLOTHING CO. 426 Main St. Lewiston Great Sale of Sample SHOES at THE HUB m •> ! N V* aY ! a THE__ THE COMFORTABLE WAV. TO 8T. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST. DAILY THE FLYER ANC FAUT MAIL CLOSE CONNECTION AT SPOKANE Making Praotioally Through Train Sorvice. THROUGH CARS PALACE SLEEPING CARS TOURIST SLEEPERS DINING CARS, a la carte OBSERVATION CARS For rate« and full Informa tion. or a call from our Trav 'ling Agent, write E. 8. BLAIR, Gonaral Agent, Spokane, or S. G. YERKES, A. G. c A„ Seattle, Wash. Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co. Ws havs tha bast equipped; Factory in tha Inland Empira. Our imprpvad facilitiss anabla ua ta turn out tha hlgkast grad« work. Furnishings, Finishings and Fixtures of «vary dakariptian. Wa carry Lima and CsmsnL Lumbar in any quantity and sf all kinda. Office corner O and Fourth Street». LEWI8TON, IDAHO. Footery and YarSa In Clarkston, Washington. LEWISTON Meat Market L. CHERRIER, Prop, Dealer in Fresh and Balt Meats, But ter, Eggs, Fish, Oystera and Gama In Baason. Phono 19. 4 858 Main Street 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.