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Special to Evening Teller.
WINCHESTER, Idaho, Nov. 9.—CBy
Ne« Perce Co-Operative Telephone.)—
A number of large timber deals are
said to be under way, and Mr. Rob
bins, manager of the eastern syndi
cate that has been making large pur
chases In this territory, Is expected to
arrive tomorrow, when a number of
the deals will be closed.
That this company is planning ex
tensive operations In this territory Is
no longer doubted by the people who
are familiar with the conditions. Over
9160,000 has been spent here in pur
chasing timber claims, and It has been
generally'understood that the company
would establish large mills and pro
vide transportation to haul away the
Snow Storm at Winchester.
Special to Evening Teller.
WINCHESTER Idaho, Nov. 9.—(By
No* Perce Co-Operative Telephone.)—
A storm which almost resulted In a
flood occurred here yesterday morning
and by night the rain had turned to
enow and the ground was white. Ap
pearances are that the storm has been
general over the entire prairie.
AID SOCIETY CLEARS OVER 930 .
S e r vo Dinner on Election Day—Pre
mium Potatoes Raised on- Ridge.
Special to Evening Teller.
GILBERT, Idaho, Nov. 9__The
ladies' Aid society served dinner near
the election grounds Tuesday and
made a profit of about 930.
- Abe Funkhouser beats the record on
the ridge this season for potatoes,
quite a numbgr of the tubers averaged
three pounds in weight. A cluster of
19 were unearthed, all clinging to the
Poder Hanson bears the palm In the
hog line. He disposed of two fat hogs
recently, the weight of the two tlp
ping the scalds at 1,000 poundn
Thomas McGooden, John Beahm,
Wank Martin and Fred Dleterle have
Just returned from a 10 days* hunting
trip in the mountains.
HEAVY STORM AT MOHLER
Rain Makes Reads Almost Impassable.
Will Step Traffic.
Special to Evening Teller.
MOHLER, Idaho, Nov. 9.—A heavy
rainstorm visited this section last
night. The roads were already in a
bad condition, but the rain last night
trill make them almost Impassable.
There Is considerable hauling of vari
ous kinds yet to be done, but the heavy
storm at this time will praotically
stop all traffic between the prairie
Buys Out His Partner.
Special to Evening Teller.
MOHLER, Idaho, Nov. 9.—The In
terest of P. E. Dean In the drug store
here owned by Dean & Eckersley was
sold yesterday for $1,000. His partner
bought the interest and Mr. Eckersley
is now sole proprietor of the estab
• Maks Proof on Timber Claims.
Knute T. Mykelbury, Alford H. Bot
ten, Emanuel Kaufman, Andrew John
son. Minnie Johnson, Charles T. Lind
sey, Loren Eubank and Robert Foster
made proofs yesterday on timber and
atone claims before the local land
office. The timber Is located near
Seven timber and stone proofs will
he made in the local land office and
39 will be made before United States
Commissioner Merrill at Oroflno to
day. Inspector Patterson left this aft
/emoon to superintend the taking of
these proofs at Oroflno.
Miss Leota Howard and Mr. Court
ney M. Phelps were married Wednes
day at the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Howard, on Sixteenth
Street, Rev. S. P. Chase of the Con
gregational church officiating. The
«flair was very quiet, only a few
friends being present. Mr. and Mrs.
Phelps will reside In the University
His Hearing Set for Saturday.
Last night about 5 o'clock Bert Cos
tello was taken before Justice Coburn
and placed under bonds to appear
Saturday morning on a charge of sell
ing liquor without a license at his
hotel In Dublin.
The warrant was sworn out by Dep
uty Sheriff Moore. The bond was »50
cash an? wt- promt.::.. 'a«;' •-i.
AT THE BINNARO TONIGHT
"Hazel Kirk" Is Attracting Large
Crowds Each Evening.
The popular play, "Haiel Kirk.'' now
being produced at the Binnard, is at
tracting big crowds, due to the fact
that this Stirling company was never
offered a better chance to display their
talents. Miss Lillian Manning, who
plays the name part, is an ideal Hazel
and is a valuable acquisition to this
exceedingly strong company. Mr.
Mitchell plays the part of Dunstln
Kirk and Is producing a character por
trayal never exceeded In Lewiston.
Others who are prominent in their re
spective roles are Anna Marvin, Ed
gar Rodgers, Frank- Rice, May Bar
bour and Bert Hadley, This company
is now producing most entertaining
bills and' the people of Lewiston are
now convinced there Is no doubt as to
the permanency of the organization
and the theater goer« are showing
their acceptance of the company by
patronising every bill with very large
crowds. Saturday there will be a «pe
dal bargain matinee and the women
and children prill be particularly In
terested with the «how. Beats may be
had at the Owl Drug store.
SOCIETY AWAITS MAUD*3 FBALY
Girlish Actress Will Be at Temple
Society circles In this city are much
interested In the forthcoming appear
ance of Maude Fealy, America's
youngest dramatic^ star and former
leading woman for the late Sir Henry
Irving, who Is to be seen at the Tem
ple theatre next Monday night in
Martha Morton's latest comedy, "The
Illusion of Beatrice." In this superb
play, which gives Maude Fealy every
opportunity for the display of her
girlish personality, the dramatist
evolved a story of remarkable heart
Interest. It deals with the career of
a foundling adopted by a wealthy
American, and the child's belief that
ahe Is a princess of the royal blood.
The good natured. people who have
implanted this Idea In the child's
brain little know the trouble It will
cause her in after life.
The cleverly constructed plot of
"The Illusion of Beatrice" commences
at the point when the heroine returns
from school to take her place In so
ciety and In the household of her
adopted father. In this play Maùde
Fealey has won the greatest success
of her career, even greater than the
successes she achieved while with Sir
♦ THIS 18 MY 41 ST BIRTHDAY. ♦
♦ Genera! Puneton. ♦
Brigadier General fred Funston, one
of the most picturesque figures that
the American army has produced In
recent years, was bom In Ohio, Nov.
9, 1865. When he was but two years
old his family removed to Kansas, and
the future general received his educa
tion at the high school of Iola and
the Kansas State university. He did
not graduate from the last named in
stitution, however, but left It to take
up newspaper work in Kansas City.
Then began an adventurous career
that took young Funston to Death
Valley, to the Yukon and to other re
mote parts. In 1896 he Joined the rev
olutionists In Cuba aVid fought 18
months. At the outbreak of the war
with Spain he returned to the United
States and was commissioned colonel
In the 20th Kansas volunteers. It was
In the Philippines, where he went after
the Spanish war, that the Incident oc
curred that won him fame and pro
motion to high rank In the army. At
Calumplt he crossed the Rio Grande
river on a small bamboo raft In the
face of heavy Are and established a
rope ferry by means of which the U.
S. troops were enabled to cross and
win the battle. For this deed he was
promoted to the rank of brigadier
general. He headed the expedition
that resulted In the capture of Aguln
aldo. Since returning to the United
States he has hold several high com
mands. including that of the depart
ment of the Pacific.
FROM THE COUNTY RECORDS
(By Commercial Trust Co.)
U. S. to Jesse Johnson see No. 2.
U. S. to William A. Williamson, se
IT. S. to Edward N. Hunter, sw 31
U. 8. to Heirs of Luther B. Thom
ason. lota 13, 14, 15, 16. section 3
Cave Lunflh Counter.
Chile concerne, to mêlas and short
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New York, Nov. 8.—Henry Clews to
day gave out the following letter,
which he received from President
Roosevelt in reply to a telegram of
congratulations on the outcome of
"Dear Mr. Clews:— t have your tele
gram. No man is .o be more con
gratulated than your son-fn-law,
Herbert Parson, chairman of the re
publican committee. What a trump
he Is, and what a mixture of de
votion to a high Ideal and resolute,
practical common-sense efficiency, he
" Sincerely yours,
8EAR8 IS DECLARED BANKRUPT
Cosur d'Alene Market Closed by Ac
tion Begun by Dill Bros.
Fred B. Sears, manager and owner
of the Coeur d'Alene meat market,
was adjudicated a bankrupt In the
bankruprcy court of Referee- Mc
Mlnlmy this morning.
The schedules filed In the United
States court show that the liabilities
of Mr. Sears are $1,849.25 and the as
sets $1,622.96 over and above his claim
of exemptions of furniture and life
The creditors are chPifly meat and
fish concerns in, the northwest.
The Coeur d'Alene meat market was
closed yesterday and a notice of sher
iff's «ale published against it by Dill
Brothers. This action will throw the
matter Into the United States court.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
Evidence in Cass Bowles vs. Idaho
Trus^Ce. Heard Before Judge 8teelo.
In the district court yesterday Judge
Steel listened to the evidence In the
actions of J. R. Bowles va The Idaho
Trust Co. and J. R. Bowles vs. The
Lewiston Foundry and Machine
Works Both of these cases tnvblve
the material furnished' for the Idaho
Trust Co.'s building on the corner of
Fifth and Main streets
The case of C. A. Hastings vs. V.
Balderback, an appeal from the pro
bate court, was dismissed this morn
ing on account of the failure of the
appellant to pay fees on the appeal
and the case was sent back for trial.
Funds for Education.
LOUISVILLE, Ky„ Nov. 9.—Baptist
ministers, educators and laymen are
much interested in tonight's big mass
meeting In Broadway Baptist church.
The object of the feeting is to stir up
interest In a movement to raise »600,
000 to endow Baptist schools through
out Kentucky. The »100,000 in prop
erty recently donated to the Baptist
education board by Dr. A. Gatllff of
Williamsburg, is to be used as a nu
cleus of the proposed fund.
Naval Court Martial Sits.
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 9.—A court
martial convened at the Charlestown
Navy Yard today for the Trial of A. S.
Porter, a pay clerk on the battleship
Rhode Island, who Is charged with
misappropriating money entrusted to
his care by the navy department.
"From errand boy to vice president
of the company! Wonderful career,
"Not at all. See those two kids out
"They are respectively our eighth
and ninth vice presidents."
"My boy, never put your money else
where than In a sure thing."
"But how am I to know Just what Is
a sure thing?"
"Well, as to that I can't say."
Methodists Want a Million.
Syracuse. N. Y., Nov 8.—The board
of church extension of the Methodist
Episcopal church today decided to
raise »1.000.000 next year. Of this
amount »750,000 will be used for
home mission work and »250.000 for
Spociai Excursion to Kansas City Via
O. R. A N.
On November 14th and 15th tickets
will be on sale to Kansas CHy 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. Ml^UN, General Agent,
Morrison & Stuart. Props.,
The Traveling Men's Resort.
Sole Agents for the Celebrated
Atherton & Kirkwood Whiskey.
Orofino Drug Co.
Drugs, Jewelry and Toilet Articles,
Paints end Oils.
LANNINGHAM A ELFERS, Props.
OLIVER SUPPLY 60.
Dealers in Good Thinge te Eat. Faney
and 8tapla Groceries and Farm Pro
duce. Receiving Station for Commer
cial Cream Co.
TH 08 . F. OLIVER, Prop.,
For highest quality of Drugs ef all
kinds 9» to
A. J. BARTH,
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware
and Optical Goods. Glassea
John Funk« Prop.
Retail Dealer In the Best Brands
of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Orangeville Beer at Wholesale
and Retail. An Orderly Reaort.
Finest Bar In Idaho County.
HILL BROS., Proprietors,
Livery and Feed. The Best
Between Kamiah and Cotton
wood. Dally, Except Sunday.
Leave Kamiah.........6. A. M.
Leave Cottonwood..... 1 P. M.
Arrive Cottonwood..... 12 M.
Arrive Kamiah .......7 P. M.
McCarty A Renshaw, Pres.
(Successor to the Old Brewery
8. J. PETERSON, Prop.
e COLOR TELL8 THE QUALITY 2
e I« your collar a clean pure •
• white 7 J
• Is every bit of the dirt taken •
• out when you send It te the e
• Laundry. J
Z If not. your work Is not Om •
• elans. •
• THE LEWISTON STEAM J
e LAUNDRY. •
• ' Turns ant first eta«* week. e
LARGEST DEPARTMENT STOKE
Orofino Trading e 0 .
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandist
Grain and Produce.
CARRIES the LARGEST and FINEST STOCK OF
On Camas Prairin and is Alwaya Up-to-Date.
When stopping at Nox Porso go te
THE LOG CABIN.
Beet Brando Wines, Liquors -and Cigars. Grangeville Beer on
*ALPH A KUHN, Proprietors.
DR. J. H. LEWIS,
^Bridge and Crown Work a
When at No* Perce Step it
THE CLARK HOUSE,
Where you receive best ef so
J. H. Miller, Mpr.
NEZ PERCE PRAIRIE, NEZ PERCE CITY THE HUB.
De you know that NEZ PERCE PRAIRIE lands as an lnvestmat
are safer than government bonds? If It la homes, trades; snaps er to
vestments that you are looking for, call on or write ate.
R. H. WALLACE,
Offieet Farmers' State Bank Building, Nez Faroe, Idaho.
When stopping in Stitts go to the
Stites' Best Hotel—European Plan.
Daisly & Ruckman, Propr.,
THE STONEY FORD BAR.
Bonded Whiskeys a Specialty. Fine Wines and Cigars.
RAINIER BEER ON DRAUGHT
PACKER BROS, Props.
If you are looking for a Home where it is pleassnt to live, or for
Investments that will double. You cannot afford te overlook tin
famous Camao Prairie in Idaha Caunty, Idaho. For particulars write
ta or eall on the
Camas Prairie Land Company
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
I ' 1 Frazier Brothers, Proprietors L
Special Attention Given to Mountain Travel. 6 ®**
Teams and Careful Drivers. Saddle Horses
nished on Short Notice.
-THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Invitas Now Businaae on Favorable Terme.
E. M. Ehrhardt, Präsiden tj W. L. Brown, Vies Pree'd«"*» ^
MeQinitie, Cashier. , 31,00646
Capital ana Surplus........................................
white pine Trading co.
General Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groc
t SKFm$. FfKfSST
Lewiston Abstract Co^
JAY WOODWORTH, Mans ger
ROOM 3 , VOUMm BLOCI
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