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LEWISTON EVENING TELLER
Member Aaaoclated Preaa Daily Except Sunday by LEWISTON PUBLISHING CO, LTD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES* DAILY One week .......................I One month......................... Three months .................' i|jg Bln Months ..................... j'gg One year ....................... 6 ' 00 WEEKLY One year ........................... Six Months ........................ Pour months .................... 'sh Application for entrance Poa'.offlce Lewiston, Idaho, as Second Class Mall Matter. THUR8DAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1906. JAPAN AND THE CHINESE. Granting: that the Japanese have more or less ground for oomplaint on account of the treatment of their chil dren by the school authorities of San ï'ranctèco, the fact remains that those Japanese journalists who met recently at Tokio for the purpose of Issuing a protest against the alleged discrimina tion In the San Francisco schools dis played a lack of memory as to the position of the Japanese upon a very similar subject The distance from Japan to China Is Short, and while Japan Is today far ahead of China In civilized life and material and mental development. It was from China that Japan obtained the first principles of Its civilisation. Japanese art and literature and the Japanese moral code and earlier insti tutions are built upon Chinese models. And yet Chinese Immigration Is ex cluded from Japan, both by treaty and by law. The educated Chinese, the merchant, the man of affairs, is al lowed to enter Japan, just as similar visitors from China are permitted to enter this country, but the flood of Chinese Immigration Is rigidly re pressed. If Japan feels that such a policy Is necessary In regard to , a neighboring country, particularly one whose liter ature and art, whose morals and civi lisation have so powerfully affected Japan, that country cannot feel so badly outraged on account of alleged mistreatment ln San Francisco. The California view of the situation *s that the limited school accommoda tions of San Francisco should afford first opportunity to the white children of that city, and this desire Is but natural. However, the national ad ministration will Insist that 'discrim ination shall not be practiced to a point which may mean strained rela tions between this country and Japan and which may call for official com plaint from the little brown men who have recently become so potent and pugnacious a factor in the affairs of the world. The wish-of President Roosevelt ex pressed to Congressman Watson has been gratified. He desired the election of a republican congress and the people responded to the call and gave a loyal support to the republican nominees. There will now be no in terruption in the great work that the administration has planned for the country. The president is en route now to Panama for a personal inspec tion of conditions there, and his mes sage to congress will doubtless have some valuable suggestions. There will be two more years of vigorous work In the departments of the government to add- to the splendid record already made. THINK IT OVER. Bryan was for Hearst, but the peo ple have again failed to follow Bryatj. ... / What Is the matter with Kansas? Here is another chance for the Em- ^ IF YOU CANT FIND IT ANYWHERE ELSE, MILLS HAS IT. THAT. WHAT THEY ALU SAY ABOUT MY FINE LINE OF SAD OLES. WE HAVE WITHOUT DOUBT HE FINEST AND MOET COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES THAT WARE EVER BROUGHT TO LEWISTON. WE HAVE OUST SSSE1VED A NEW SHIPMENT WITH MANY HANDSOME AND STABLE PATTERNS. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE BEET. LADIES' STRIDE SADDLES OF EVERY KIND AND PRICE MAY BE FOUND AT OUR STORE. 450 Main St. M. D. MILLS, Lewiston, poria Gazette to rise and 'shine. • • • What became of Mr. Gompers after the returns commenced coming In? • . • Looking backward it is evident that there are some republican fences In Idaho that are sadly in need of re pair, the way the democrats are breaking in. ... The last "roorback" has "roored," but the echoes will have hardly died away on the chill November air before »some one begins to make prognostications* for 1908. • • • Indiana is no longer to be consider ed a doubtful state, since Bryan has begun to campaign in that state. • • • Explaining how it happened is often more strenuous work than stack begun to campaign there. ... Walla Wal \a favors a proposition for arming the police force with shot guns, because the tough element In that section are such artful dodgers. »... There are plenty of republicans In Nez Perce county, but they are not asked to participate in the election and were backward about coming for ward. Centennial 8elf- Raising Flour at Rusaell'a Grocery. Pancake HARRY SHISSLER IS CAPTURED Spec la# to Evening Teller. KOOSKIA, Nov. 8.—Following close ly on the rumored capture of Harry Shlssler at Reno, Nevada, comes the report from Kooskia, which states In the words of a citizen of the town: 'Shlssler passed 'through this city about three weeks or a month ago, be fore the Lewlston-Clarkston fair, and was disguised as an elderly gentle man with a long flowing beard, walking with a cane and stooped over as if suffering with rheumatism and delib erately boarded the train and left for parts at that time unknown to Kooskia's population. Shlssler is well known In this community and under the protection of his numerous friends In the vicinity made good his daring disguise and escaped from this section of the country." It Is supposed that he has been spending his time of late, after the Electricity is Free insurance Use safety matehes, er ks»i your phosphorous matches In • tin box, away from children an* fools. Than with slsctrie lights prop •PI y distributed y air house it pretty wall insure I. No lamps to overturn. No gas to leak or explode. The Company furnishes th» lamps for renewals free of cot' to you. The newest types of lamps re dues the amount of current consumed, and lessons the met*' bills. Telephone 221 or call at th. Electric light Office THE SHIRT STORE OF THE TOWN SHIRTS Negligee Shirts for the Man who wants service. They are y.iavie from heavy homespun material. Very roomy, comfortable and just the Shirt for the man who wants 81.50 worth of wear for $ 1.00 We've the best Dollar Shirts on earth in both Negligee, and Golf. Remember our "Special Offer" on SUITS $12.50 & $15 (Slothes and Toggery *)A/titson> ——— / Y Clothing Co. murder of Williams and up to the day of his departure, at the Shlssler ranch In the middle fork country, about 25 miles above Kooskia. WANTED—Young lady to do cham bermaid's work. Address W, care Teller. % (jMilHl IT'S NEAR TIME you were thinking of the Jewelry you Intend to J>uy this year. Before you know it Thanksgiving and Its turkey will be gone and the holidays upon you. Let us suggest that THE EARLY BIRD proverb applies to the choice of Jew elry. Why not come and make your selections leisurely? Take plenty of time for choice, because the assort ment Is greatest now. If ypu do not care to purchase at once, we will ar range to reserve anything you want till you are ready. GEORGE H. LAKE, Phone Main 173. The Taooma for winee. liquors and cigare. Only the beet. Patronize homo industry, usa Prin ease Flour; for aala bv Russell's Gro cery. 8. D. WHITE. F. W. RODEN. BAD DEBTS COLLECTED CALL AND LEAVE YOUR CLAIM8, NOTE8 OR AC* COUNTS, OR MAIL THEM TO U8. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON APPLICATION. WE HAVE COLLECTED OVER $50,000 IN BAD CLAIMS IN TWO YEARS. REPUTATION IS ESTABLISHED White & Roden OFFICES 19 and 20 THIE88EN BLOCK, LEWI8TON, IDAHO. It's a Pleasure to Have Coal That Does Not Make Clinkers Lat ua send you a eample ordar at Uia ton prioa. LEWISTON FUEL A TRAN8FER CO. LTD. Parents who have bought > shoes here, have learned th*# our School Shoes are the best The superiority of o Ur Sh^ is due to our method of having them made to our order and ap. cording to our own specifica. tions. ____ BOYS' SHOES Strong, sturdy lea those, stylish, comfortable and durable ................................ . $1.50 to $3.oo GIRLS' SHOES Soft, pliablo but at»« fit Misaas' feat... leathers—correctly shaped to ............. ; --------------$1.50 to $2.50 (LIMITED) Lewiston's New Excksive Shoe Store. Tonight at. Binnard's theater the popular aompany will present the pop* ular company will praaant the papular play, "Hazel Kirk." Prieee, 10a, 26e and 35a. 8aat aala at Owl Drug «torn. DISCONTINUED. Owing to tha incraaaad damand for our work wo Have not room at praaant to carry on tha ladies' akirt work longar. As soon aa wa ean arranga for more room we will again resume that braneh of tha business. I wish to thank tha ladiaa who hava aa kindly patronizad this department and as eoon aa wa can arranga will be glad i to accommodate your again. I Thanking you, POLLARD A CO. Light the Gas Heater for a minutes. . Costs a trifle, makes HLLLI U.UARY CADEMY \ » . I*», -,.1,1-11 t<,i Hop» MmIiurI Tut.,,..4, V"U.ri litsciplia* L-'nllrg«- t'i-i-(*,r "»t K"v» öl „ny agea£ autu-l XI <n» 'me A mi, lur lf)u»tntd Catalogue. Or. I. W. TUL1_ y wnctor And PrinHoal These Nippy Mornings and Evenings pleasant. >8<ariL. ^ LEWI8TON GA3 COMPANY.