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A tan Una of Freeh and Cured Meats. Butter. Ena and Lard FISH AND OYSTERS. FROM VT ELIVERT. FOR A QUICK SALE, $2,500 Takes the Neyland House on Mille street. Two story, modem in every way. Cash or terms. This is a snap, but must be taken at once. H MONEY TO LOANl • Improved terms and residence property on the most favorable terms. We lend our own funds and there Is no delay. Call and see ns If you desire to borrow. JOHNSON BROTHERS Room. 217-218, Over Kjoe Store. If'T'.f'rf' WOOD AND COAL LONG WOOD, SHORT WOOD, DRY WOOD, WOOD AND COAL BY TRAIN LOAD8 OR WHEEL BARRA W LOADS. No ordere toe large or small for ue to Ell. Let us figure with yeu on large ordere. Rhone 1821. Yards, First Street and N. P. Tracks. Clearwater Fuel Company JOLLY 4 THOMPSON at GSSS H SSSIS H tSSS MMM « t WWt l »•sp*. W. P. KETTENBACH, President. J. ALEXANDER, Vise President GEORGE H. KE STER, Cashier The Lewiston National Bank LEWISTON. IDAHO DIRECTORS Joseph Alexander, R. C. Beach C. C. Bunnell, J. B. Morris, Aaron Freldenrlch, Grace Pfafflin, .ou.. W . C17« — Wm. A. Libert W. P. Rettenbach, George Roster, v, Comer of Main ana rourth Street. TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS tight Exchange Bold on All the Principal Citiea of the United States and Europe. TNVFÇTÎG ATP unexcelled terms offered 111 ? CiJiiUAlC by the IDAHO TRUST CO. ON REAL ESTATE LOANS We make leans on improved City Property upon bettor terms Eton those offered by BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. Lew Mate of interest. Easy payments. No delays. Others have investi gp*ad and found our terms meet satisfactory. Farm leans a epeeialty. F. W. KETTEN BACH, President. O. A. KJOB, Vise President. E. C. SMITH. Secretary. The Ed. L Wiggin Cigar Store CIGARS AND TOBACCO ^HESSEN BLOCK. LEAVES U. S. BORDER TODAY Is First Time in History a President Has Left the Nation FACTS ABOUT THE PRESI DENT'S TRIP. For the first time In history the president of the United States will set foot on foreign soil and be the guest of a foreign ruler at dinner. The voyage Is made on the magnificent battleship Louisiana, convoyed by her sister ships, the Tennessee and the Washington. The trip is expected to occupy six days each way. It is planned to spend four days on the Isthmus of Panama and one day In Porto Rico. Altogether the pgrty will sail the seas and the Potomas river to the extent of 4,317 miles. WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov.. 8 .— With cheers and good wishes re sounding at the Washington navy yard, President and Mrs. Roosevelt and other members of their party this afternoon boarded the naval yacht Mayflower and began the first stage of the voyagent o Porto Rico and Pan ama. Among those at the landing to see the. party oft were many friends of the Roosevelts, Including several members of the cabinet and their families. The Mayflower conveys the' party to a point off the mouth of the Rappa hannock river, where the magnificent battleship Louisiana awaits them. Im mediately the president and his party Is aboard the Louisiana will put to sea, convoyed by her sister ships, the Washington and the Tennessee. Seven Rooms for Party. The presidential quarters on the Louisiana are Situated aft and con sist of seven staterooms and three bathrooms. The large cabin Intended for the occupancy of a flag officer has has been converted into a large dining and reception room. The chief of staff's cabin Is to be used as a sitting room, while, the apace around the after turret has been specially prepared as a sort of general sitting room for the President and Mrs. Roosevelt, Dr. Rixey. Secretary Latia and other members of the party. The admiral's stateroom Is to be occupied by Presi dent Roosevelt, while the captain's quarters have been set aside for the use of Mrs . Roosevelt. During the Journey Captain Couden of the Louis iana will occupy the emergency cabin on the bridge, while the other officers will be located in quarters below. Purpose Is to See Canal. The sole purpose of the president in going to Panama Is to familiarize him self with the conditions on the Isthmus as they relate to the construction of the isthmian canal. The stop at"San Junan Is to be merely a courtesy visit designed to show the Interest of the president and the nation In Porto and Its welfare. Four days are to be spent on the Isthmus and If present plans are carried out they will be exceed ingly busy ones. Immediately after landing at Colon, where they will be received by President Amador of tne Panama republic, Chairman Shonts of the canal commission and other digni taries, the presidential party will be taken aboard a train and run slowly across the isthmus to La Boca, giving the president a casual view of the towns, the canal and a parade of the native school children. At La Coca there will be an Inspection of the terminus of the old De Lessep's canal and on the Panama railroad. Luncheon will be served at Ancon, followed by a trip around Ancon hill and a visit 4 o the hospital. The remainder of the day will be given by President Roose velt to the government of Panama. Will Give Address. On the afternoon of that day the president will deliver one of the two set speeches which he Intends to make while on the Isthmus. This will be delivered from a stand In the public square of Ancon and will be In reply to the formal welcome of President Amador. At night President Roose velt will be entertained by President Amador at dinner. The chief officials and many of the leading citizens of Panama will be In attendance, to gether with the officials of this govern ment in charge of the canal construc tion. The dinner will be followed by a reception and ball. The night will be spent by the President and Mrs. Roosevelt at the Hotel Tivoli. Inspect Çanal. Thb next day President Roosevelt. accompanied by Chairman Shonts and Chief Engineer Stevens, will gp by special train to Culebra Cut, where ther greater part of the day will be spent in inspecting this famous section of the canal, and also the barracks, the machine shops and other features and accessories of the engineering work. The next day the President will go to Gatun, where there is to be a great dam. From Gatun the president will go 'to Cristobal by train. During the afternoon an Inspection will be made of Cristobal, Including the pres ent and proposed terminals of the railroad and canal and of the hospitals at Colon. In the evening there will be a reception and ball at Cristobal, and on this occasion the president Is to de liver the second of his addresses. The one Sunday that is to be spent on the Isthmus will be a day of rest for the presidential party. At Porto Rico Twenty-Four Hours. The stopover at San Juan, Porto Rico, will be of only 24 hours' dura tion. The party will be the guests of Governor Winthrop. The president will spend all of his time In making i himself familiar with the conditions In Porto Rico. Unless something unforeseen occurs to prevent it the President and Mrs. Roosevelt will be back In Washington In time to eat their Thanksgiving din ner In the White house. BOHAN UN WIN ON JOINT BALLOT Boise, Nov. 7—Today's returns con firm the estimates made last night that Governor Gooding, republican candidate for re-election, has carried the state by a majority of somewhat more than 7,000. The rest of the state ticket has a majority of probably 5,000 more with one exception, the candidate for secretasy of state, who was cut considerably. Definite returns show the republi cans have 13 of the 21 members of the state senate and 36 of the 61 members of the house. This will give a majority of 24 on joint ballot. Several members are in doubt and are quite as likely to fall to one Bide as to the other, though private dis patches claim four of the five mem bers from Kootenai sounty for the re publicans. In the southeast the governor ran with the rest of the state ticket and In the southwest he ran behind. In this, Ada, county he lost by 500 while French carried the county by 727. It is possible that the majority on the state ticket will run 5,000 more than the governor's. Landson for fficretary of state was badly cut In some of the southern bounties but not enough to prevent his election. His opponent carried Ada county by 687. The state ticket here generally had about 1100 , though the figures vary. In Washington county Galloway beat Lansdon 800 and the rest of the republican state ticket got 500 ma jority except Stockslager, 1.000. Re turns have been very slow In coming In- from the south Jjut the majorities are pretty well known. The follow ing shows the situation for the entlr« state: Stockslager. Gooding. Ada 600 Bannock •5« Bear Lake 170« Bingham 1500 Blaine 30 Boise 300 Canyon 500 Cassia 800 Custer 500 Elmore 350 Fremont 2000 Idaho 250 Kootenai 500 Latah 600 Lincoln 50 Lemhi 100 Nea Perce 100 « Oneida 2500 Owyhee • 256 Shoshone 150 Washington 1000 Total 4,230 10,800 The legislative situation showed 48 republicans,. 24 democrats. If Koote nai will give the republicans four they will be added to that figure. Now they stand to lose one in Shoshone and to gain one In ^mhi. Following is the line up. Borah Dubois Ada..... 6 Bear Lake ............ 3 Lannock............... Bingham . 4 Blaine............... 3 Boise............... ,, 'j Cassia................ 2 Elmore.............. 3 Custer ...............',, ' j Fremont . ........... 5 Idaho...............j ,, ' ' Uootenal....... Latah . ......... ...... 4' Lemhi . ............... 'j Lincoln.............. 2 Nez Perce ............ g Oneida............... 3 Owyhee............... 'j Shoshone ............ 4 Washington . , ......... '1 .............. 24 On this list the republicans have II renators? out of 21 which will ennbln them to organise both branches. * j ^ FOR UP-TO-DATE SAN ITARY PLUMBING GO TO Bowler Bros., successor« to ths Cash Hardware. Per sonal supervision on all work. Wo take pride In doing our work well and we hire no in competent men our work always gives satisfaction. Give us a trial and you are sure to bo pleased. The Idler for lodaTsife O A. J. GREEN O O Attorney-at-Law O O Practicen In all State and o O Federal Courts of Idaho and O o Washington. O O Main 8treet, Culdesac, Idaho. O COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO You Can Eat GOLDMAN'S meat Cold Storage Market Phone Main 289. W. P. Hurlbut, President E. D. Thomas, Vice President M. W. Barnett, Treasurer. J James Aspoas, Secretary. | H. K. 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