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u 3 DO SO SATURDAY. WE ARE GOING TO MAKE IT WORTH YOUR WHILE TO BUY IT HERE. SOMETHING OUT OF THE ORDI NARY THAT WILL RE PAY YOU. Here's the Proposition With every Suit sold Sat urday at $17.50 or over we will sell a Stetson Hat for $1.00 And with every Suit at $12.50 to $17.50 in price we will sell a No-Name $3.50 Hat for....... $1.00 This embraces every good Suit we V carr y_majority of them from the tailor shops of Stein-Bloch and Hart, Schafner & Marx, and you know that for two high class popular priced lines no other under the sun can boast of as much value; such goodness of materials; so much clean cut distinctiveness in style at popular prices of say from $15 to $36 cannot be bought anywhere. We know It and want you to know it, too. Come in and lei,us prove it to you. Suita at $17.5« or —We Will Sell a--— STETSON HAT FOB $1.00 Over I Suita at $12.50 to $17.50 -We Will Sell a NO-NAME HAT FOR $1.00 Young Men's Suits 1$ to 20 Yeari They are those snappy, well put together kind, which young men demand. A great deal of attention is given these gar ments so that the young man will feel well dressed at all times. You'll be surprised, too, to know how reasonable, these Suits are. Those new seml-fltting effects are shown in a variety of new mixtures. At $6.50, $7.50, $8.00 Young Men's Overcoats , strictly all wool, 'varsity cut and athletic shoulders, in 10 to 20 years, at remarkably low prices, $6.60, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 Try and watch 'em for these prices. Boys' Suits of Merit Parents should pay very careful attention to the buying of Boys' Clothes. The superior lines and kinds we sell are con sidered the best selling and biggest wearing lines In the country. The special feature of our Boys' Clothes is the double seats and knees. This positively gives more wear to the suit than if made without, and we know' the prices are less, never any more, than You'll have to pay at other stores. Several new styles and mixtures thBt are most wanted now, such as the "Loop-the-Loop," the "Buster Crown ' and plain jacket and pants style. We'll show you values at $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 that are worthy of your trade. 0. A. KJOS LEWISTON'S FOREMOST STORE. TONIGHT At Binnard's thsatsr the popular company will present the popular P'*y. Hazel Kirk Pricea, 10c, 25c and 35c. Seat aala at Owl Drug stora. Do You Want Money? To make improvements on your farm, to buy land, to use in bust ness, or to renew your old loan? Have been in the Farm Loaning business for the past twenty three years and have made a 'Speciality of it and know how best to meet the needs of the farmer. Principle and interest payable at our office. Money loaned on «hört notice. Prompt attention paid to all correspondence. When in town call and lee us at our office. BEVIS BROS. Thi •••sen Bldg. Lewiston, Idaho* The News While it is DEMOCRATS WILL WIN IN IDAHO Special to Kteniiig Teller. ORANGEVILLE, Idaho, Nov. 9.— As the belated returns come lu the chances of the democrats electing the four members of the legislature from this county grow brighter. Oregrande and Elk have gone democratic. Al though Nugent has a lead of 17 the chances are against his election. The republicans concede the election of the ! three members of the lower house. Gooding is 1U0 votes ahead oi Stockslager, while French and Hatta- ! baugh are breaking even. Brown, i democrat, for sheriff, has a lead of over 100. The* republicans are confident of two commissioners. It is impossible to hear from Thunder mountain because of the storm. Special Excursion to Kansas City Via O. R. & N. * On November 14th and 15th tickets will be on sale to Kansas City and re turn, for one first-class fare plus $10. Going limit ten days, final limit for return thirty days. Stopover granted in either direction within limit. For further information address, C. W. MOUN, General Agent, ; .ewlston. Idaho. Card of Thankc. W. G. Houghton and family wish to extend thanks to the neighbors and friends who rendered them many courtesies after the disastrous $ire of last week which destroyed their home. For your protection buy your drugs and medicines at Chastain-McNair Drug Co. Pictures taken at night at Qomond'a. ♦ "What Claim Have the Uni ♦ tarlans Upon Jesus?" will be the ♦ ♦ sermon topic at the Unitarian ♦ ♦ service, Christian Science hall, ♦ ♦ 4:30. Sunday. ♦ TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR RENT—Rooms in Damas block, upstairs; suitable for light-house keeping. WIENER MILWAUKEE » \ Here's to Health and a Good Digestion MILWAUKEE Quality— Individuality— The Quality of the Malt decides the body of a beer. ! 'Blatz Malt is produced in the brewery's own malt house by trained Malsters (years in Blatz service). "Not only hoW mach malt—but hotû good*' is here the inviolable rule. This method is expensive, but the desired result is always achieved—the Vital ingredients of the malt are thereby brought out and retained. To the Blatz malt is due tne prevailing full-bodied State of BiatX 8 eer. The Hops used in the brewing çf Blau Beer are rich in aromatic properties and tonics (hop bitters), which lend to the beer that fragrance which captivates lovers of the oeveragh. The tonics act as a mild Stimulant to the digestion. Blatz Beer is perfectly fermented and rtpened in the coldest and cleanest cellars extant. The most skilled masters zealously guard "Blatz" individuality. The paramount object being to maintain with absolute uniformity every characteristic that has these many years meant 8 latg Quality. YAL BLATZ BREWING CO., Milwaukee California Wine House, Chas. Mix, Proprietor, Dealers Always The Same Good Old BLmTZ AÄ, i*. •.'*** INDOOR RECORDS MAY FALL Trial for Championship Honors Be gins in Madison Square Garden. NEW YORK, Nov. 9.—With all the important features that go to make up a championship competition, and an entry list comprising many of the leading college and club athletes of both the east and west, the Indoor championships of the A. A. U., open ing In Madison Square Garden to night, promise to be the most event ful athletic affair held in this city for many years. Wesley W. Coe, the shot-putting champion; Denis Mor gan, of the New York A C.; George V. Bonhag, U' e present two-mile champion, and W. I). Eaton, the fast est sprinter in the eastern states and one of tho famous American Olympic team, are a few of the prominent en tries. Tonight's program of events includ es the 75-yard dash, 300-yard run, 1.000-yard run, two-rnlle run. 220 yard hurdles, standing broad jump, running hop, step and jump, throwing 56-pound weight for distance, putting eight-pound shot, pole vault for dis tance and running high jump. In the Probate Court of Nez Perce County, Idaho. Order to show cause why order of sale of Real Estate should not be made. In the Matter of the Estate^f L. M. Thornton. Deceased. . Martha Thornton, the administra trix of the estate of L. M. Thornton, having filed In this court her petlt'on duly verified, praying for an order of sale of the real estate of said L. M. Thornton for the purposes therein set forth, It is therefore ordered that all per sons interested in the said estate of said L. M. Thornton appear before this said Probate Court on the ,11th day of December, 1906. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day. at the courtroom of said court at the court house in the City of Lewiston. County of Nez Perce, State of Idaho, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said Martha Thornton to sell all of the real estate of t,he said L. M. Thornton and that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks in the Lewiston Tel ler. a newspaper printed and publish: ed in said city and county. Dated November 9th. 1906. T. O. HANLOM, Probate Judge. FUEL FAMINE AT WALLA WALLA Committee Appointed to Investigate the Situation. I The Walla Walla Union says of the fuel famine in that city and the efforts to relieve It; The Inability of dealers in Walla Walla to supply the demand for coal has caused some consternation among the citizens and the reports of the posslblltly of a fuel famine this win ter have caused considerable uneasi ness. While there Is an Inadequate supply of coal, and the prospects are not favorable for any large shipments In the near future, the dealers are of the opinion that the supply of wood will be sufficient to prevent suffering. At a meeting of the directors of the Commercial club Friday evening the question of the fuel supply for Walla Walla was discussed and a committee consisting of IT. IT. Turner and Ben C. Holt was appointed to Investigate existing conditions. Cause of Shortage. R. P. Calderhead. general freight and passenger agent of the W. & C. R. railway, was present at the meet ing and gave some valuable Informa tion In regard to the cause of the scarcity of coal at the present time. He stated that the shortage was due to the Inability of the mining com panies to secure laborers and that most of the output of the mines was consumed by the railroads and steam ship lines, which are handling an un precedented volume of business. On aeeount of the exceedingly heavy shipments of all kinds of freight throughout the entire country It has been Impossible for the railroad com panies to fill the demand for cars which fact also has considerable to do with the coal shortage. SHE WANTS 8HARE OF RICHE8 Woman Wants to Reopen Divorce Pro*, ceedings of Eight Years Ago. Judge Steele of the district court to day heard the evidence In the action of Addle R. Brown vs. Ellison Brown. This Is an action for fllvoree and a division of the property. The plaintiff alelges that the defend, ant was granted a divorce eight or nine years ago, but that the divorce was secured by fraud and collusion and she now asks for a divorce and a division of the property since acquired by the defendant. I IRWIN BROS. CLAIM GRAIN The preliminary hearing of J. L. Irwin and A. Irwin of Ilo is being held in the probate court this after noon. L. K. Williams Is the com plaining witness In the case and he alleges that the defendants are guilty of grand larceny by breaking and en tering into a building with the intent of committing larceny. It appears from the evidence that Williams leased his farm, near Ilo, to Sam Hollenbeck for last season. Mr. Hollenbeck released it to the Irwin Bros, and they raised a rrop and had it threshed. While the grain was in the field some of it was stolen and the Irwin brothers claimed the stolen portion belonged to Williams. They then hauled all of the grain and stored It in a house on the Williams' farm. Williams ordered the defendants to take the wheat out, which they did not do at the time and he locked up the house. The defendants later weqt in and took the wheat out and hauled it to Culdesae and sold It. The defendants claim that the land was not the property of the complain ing witness at the time the wheat was taken out, this with the question of ownership of the grain is the strongest point made by the defendants. Team Goes Through Light Praetieo on Campus This Evening* Preparations for the football game Saturday between the local high school and the "prep" team from the University of Idaho are drawing tq a close. The local boys will go to their last practice before the game on the high school grounds tonight. A light signal running and sprinting ordeat will be the order of affairs rather than a heavy practice, this measure being taken to insure the good physical con dition of the members of the team. The local team will be the strongest which has represented the school thla season, because of the addition of Clinton. Bursell and the return of Plerstoff, the star tacklg to school. Coach Earl Is very confient of the success of the boys on next Saturday and states that although the weather of the past week has been averse tn practice, the team will be in good I shape.