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[@i 9 s W@@D <sm<al C@£tom vdtara* f5c ▼ffllra®# m ^ss| • jm m 5©c vullones 25c Today we commence a four days' sale of high grade Underwear—every price; every garment in stock re duced to move 'em out quickly. Look to your present wants or buy for the future for we are positive the prices offered on next year's underwear will be in advance of the regular prices now marked, which are indeed mod erated. We quote for you four big specials which are all popular num bers and are used by 80 percent of the buyers. We think it well for you to look this list over carefully. $ H .50 Wo#D Gsurmwifts $>©c Men's fine wool, medium weight, ribbed, elegantly finished; color blue, pink or tan; all sizes. This is a gar ment that actually sold for this price; Its worth it if its worth a cent, so buy it today at $B .00 Garmaisifts <SSc We offer you in this price Dr. Wright's Sanitary fleeced Un derwear. This garment is silk finished and knit of finest yarns. Sells in many stores at *1.25 each; all sizes In the lot. Better se lect a suit or two at this low price. me ?5c maeced Urateweiur 4Sc Here's a snap, men, in Underwear that will wear. The quality is Al; the wear is as good as you can get and the fleece is soft and sanitary; two colors; all sizes. < 50c FBaccacfl Uméarw^iiir 25c A pair of drawers or a good full sized shirt for a quarter. Two whole suits for a dollar. A good value to buy at any time. Extra heavy fleeced; color grey; all sizes; special 25c w©My lP«r c©M ©Æf T from our entire stock of high grade wool and cotton Underwear, Many of the finest lines are represented in this stock, such as Cooper's, American Underwear and Hosiery Company, etc., so select your needs. You save enough to make it pay. ®. Â. KJ@: (Closing Out The balance of my stock At Wholesale Prices. My wall cases and show cases are also for sale J. H. BETHEL 294 Main Street Lewiston ♦ j j , j ! I I. U 0 . 0 j. W. WILK 8 a m. HAYDEN «> 3 • s fStites and Grangeville Livery! and Feed Stable s WILKS A HAYDEN, Rroprfstsre. Ucht rig« km sûtes an« Orangeville daily. LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE, Orofino Trading Go. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merehandist, Grain and Produce. OROFTNO. IDAHO. The TELLER 50cts a Mo. ♦ LOCAL BRIEFS. ♦ Location notices wore yesterday filed in the auditor's office by J. S. j Payne, showing filings on the White bird. Virginia, Vermont and Blackbird claims in the Ruby creek district In N'ez Perce county. The false work on the Potlatch j creek bridge at Arrow is to be , strengthened so as to eliminate dan j ger from the spring freshets. F. . B. ! Costello and W. S. Oirthoffer have gone to Arrow to do the workk. Sixty railroad men went to Culdesac yesterday to work on the Culdesac Orangeville extension of the Northern Pacifie. They are from Spokane and camps near Riparia. "Hay in the Kooskia section is get ting scarce and should the presept weather continue, sttoqk will suffer from the lack of feed," said Elmer W. I King, who was In the city yesterday from Kooskia. Mr. and Mrs. William Swift left yesterday for Spokane, where they go to conduct the Pioneer hotel. , State secretary of the Y. M. C. A., I. B. Rhodes, has returned to Port land. Ore., where he goes to complete the work of raising money for the association building being erected there. Mr. Rhodes will return here in April to complete the campaign In this city. More than 200 young men have signified their intentions to be come members of the local Y. M. C. A. when the organization is perfected. Sewer Contractor J. A. Clark left yesterday for Palouse after spending several days in the city attending to sewer maters. He states that active work will be commenced In about two weeks. Placer mining along the salmon river has been stopped because of the freezing water In the ditches. Pipes would break should the water be al lowed to enter,them. Theodore Parks, manager of the Colonel mine in the Buffalo Hump country, has returned home after a shore visit in tho city. He says that eight feet of snow covered the ground when he ieft and with the present fall, a total of 12 feet will probably be en-i.i countered on h's return trip. Thpl largest fall of snow in the camp fors, several years'has been recorded tli!^ winter. The Creamery Cafe, which is the old Grand restaurant remodeled, will be opened Monday by M. F. Hadley, who has recently purchased the resort from Albert Stlffel. A castle of Royal Highlanders will probably be installed in Lewiston. G. T. Blair, deputy of the order, is here from Boise and is working for the establishment of the order here. The freshman class of the High school last evening chartered a dozen hand sleds and spent the evening coasting on the hill below the High school building. At tbq conclusion of the evening's entertainment the coast ers met at the Palm. The seniors took an extended sleigh ride. T. C. Brownell Is preparing to move his candy stockk Into one of the store rooms In the building being erected by Joe Lasker, next to the new postofllee. Mr. Brownell' «vas recently forced to biove from his location on lower Main street because of the erection of a large brick block. A foreigner, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined *7.50 by Police Judge Erb this morning, The city will be paid by work on the city streets. The man was this afternoon engaged in clearing the snow off the walks in front of the police court. Watch for the barrele. TWO CANNON ARE TO STAY Moscow Students Not ta Be Deprived of Them as Ornaments. Special to Evening Teller. WASHINGTON. D. C-, Jan. SO.— Congressman French has secured the passage of a bill through the house that was passed by the senate last year through the instrumentality of Senator Heybum. donating two can non to the University of Idaho. The cannon had been loaned to the university and have been used by the students of that lnstlttulon for shout a year. The war department, how ever, had ordered the cannon removed to some other place, and but for the passage of the bill, which makes the cannon the property of the university, thev would have been remoi-od within a short time, and - the students would have been deprived of their use. Watch for the barrels. • PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gregory and family, who have been visiting rela tives in Clarkstori during the week, left this afternoon for their home in Culdesac. Judge W. B. Reese passed through lyewtston today en route to his farm on the reservation to look after his stock Judge Reese and faintly are no» living at Dayton. Wash., where he is pastor of the Methodist church. Curtis Miller, who has been a vis itor in the city during the week, re turned to Nez Perec this afternoon P. H. Lake returned to his home In Oroflno this afternoon after a few days' visit In the city. George S. Watson, chairman of the board of county commissioners, re turned to his home at Melrose by the morning train. Mr. Watson express ed himself as well pleased with the result of the session's work in clear ing the calendar so quickly. George D. McCloud arrived In the city last evening from Beattie, Wash., where a few months ago he purchased an interest in the Colonade hotel. He later disposed of his interests to J. A. Cook and G. W. Patterson. Harry Riley has the other interest and Messrs. Riley and Cook are now in charge of the hotel. ed, vh *"d , , Can't be Separated Some Lewiston People Have Learned How to Get Rid of Both. Rackaehe and kidney ache are twin brothers. You can't separate them. And you can't get rid of the bach ache until you cure the kidney ache. If the kidneys are well and strong, the rest of the system is pretty sure to be in vigorous health. Doan's Kidney Pills make strong, healthy kidneys. David F. Simpson, of 705 S. Arthur avenu». Pocatello, Idaho, says "I was formerly a carpenter, but a year ago Inst June I received a fall from stag ing about ten feet from the ground, strlkking on my feet and causing my legs below the knees to swell badly. As time went on the trouble grew worse, end In spite of different remedies, electric batteries, etc., I am almost helrdpas as far as walking is concern - Watch for the barrels. Friday & Saturday Nights FEBRUARY 1 AND 2 At the Binnard Theatre The original production of the Great Lightweight Contest j Between Nelson & Will show all the best rounds, including THE FINAL BLOW Admission 50c and 25c i Ladies Free Lad^s Fre< Urn «man m n .« ed, as I have no control over the mus- ! vh s of my legs and I suppose this has | affected my kidneys. The kidney se- j «•rotions scalded at times and a sedi- | ment, cloudy in appearance, manifest- j *"d it s- • If. I heard about Doan's Kid- ! ney Pills and procured a box. it has ! helped my kidneys remarkably in the | short time I have them, and they have made me feel better in other ways. 1 j think them a good remedy and you [ may refer to me at any time." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doans—and take no other. Watch for the barrel*. OPPOSE SUNDAY REST LAW Smelters Cannot Stop on Sabbath, Neither Can Mines. - BOISE, Idaho. Jan. 30.—Representa tive Jones of Shoshone county says that the sentiment in his county Is not heartily in favor of the Sunday rest bill, which is to come up at this session. He says that the present high price of the metals produced in the north has brought about a feverish de sire to taka advantage of the high price, and that the big works would not favor a six-day law. In cases of wet mines where pump ing had to be resortetl to In order to keep the mine in condition for work, or with smelters whare to shut off for a day would take a good part of the next week to get started again, it would be ruinous, practically prohibi tive, to try to observe the Sunday rest law. Mr. Jones does not personally object to the measure, but he says that In these lines of work it would work a serious hardship. Nelson-Gans' Goldfield fight Wed nesday and Thursday nights. Bin nard's Opera house, 50 and 25 cents. Ladies free. Ladles free. For good photos go to the Rem orandt Studio, Eighth and Main. tf Centennial 8elf-Reiving Flour at Russell's Grocery. Pancaka When you make your pniabaae* >o night, ask your grocer for "Marv»l" Flour. He will know von ir* «vie* For sale cheap, two Cream Separa tors. Western Hdw. A Impf Go., S9I Main street. Watch for the barrels. ! | j | j ! ! | j [ \ i ! I Watch for the barrels. it a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Children's Favorite -CURES Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. This remedy la f amena for Us mrea over a large part of the civilised world. It eaa always be depended nn»u. It contain* no opium or other harmful drag end may be given as confidently to a baby aa to an aidait Price 26 eta; Large Size, 60 Ota. tf WOMEN Robertine give« what every women most desires—a perfect complexion. It brings that soft, smooth, fresh, dear tint to the cheek that denote« youthfulness. It will bring beauty to those who lack it: it will retain it for those who already possess it; It will enable you to successfully combat the ravages of weather and time. Don't doubt—don't argue. Just try Robertine. Your druggist will give you a free sample. All drug gists keep Roberjlne. EXI WORK}» b; y eg lass lenses oughttobe ____ strictly to order. Ready-ground aleak lens«« ao mare fit than would ready made false teeth. The Munsell Ucal Co. grlede each teas epeatefly for sack aye. Our workshops have all the latest modem and expensive machinery known to the Optical craft. Our employée are expert U we fit your gleases they will be m ictly right CoaeultaUea coats mu nothing. Booklet with valuable lafe* 'nation about the bwaaa eye, wnwm. MonseiiOpHca/Cb*. Teller "Want** ad* bring results. Watch for the barrels.