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Make Your Feet Glad Consider your feet; think what they do for you—Carry your around; al. ways ready to use; always ready to help earn a living; they deserve to be treated well. Put 'em Into a pair of SELZ ROYAL BLUE 8H0ES and see how pleas ed they will be. These Shoes lit feet and the price fits pockets. . $ 3.50 SEfcZ ROYAL BLUE Best on Earth at the Price The J. Alexander Co. HOTEL ARRIVALS. ' <dB> " . Dellinger. - ®d. J. Ferhos, Springfield; Joe Marsh. city; Stelts, New York; A. B. ^fVWms, Moscow; H. N. Black. Mos A»w; B. Frank Smith, Truax; j. B. OeiHtts sad wife, Pierce: Q. M. Wheel. *r and wife, Beattie ; A. Labe and wife, Moscow; Ethel A. Murdock, Moscow; t'MAta Kundson. Moscow; F. V. Dinge - Rian, New York; O. M. Schaeffler, Pa Msise; Watson Davis, Pomeroy; C. H. Moscow; C. R. Stone. J. ft Lewiston ; B. I. Russell, Spo* »•; .O. H. Lippes, Fort Lapwal; ® drloe, F. c. Hoepp, Helena; i. , Carlyle, Spokane; Ktrkbrtde and Otto Levy, Kansas city: D. H. Hr the karr»!«. Watch for the barrels. « Y Have You Attended THE "Skidoo" Sale If you have not better do so at ones. Na price* in the city so utterly remarkable. Ws are not coiling gesdat simply giving them away at the priese which ws are quoting. Clothing, Shoos, Hats, Man's Furnishings at 2S per sent below invelos pries. Ws pay the freight. Act quick as our time is limited here. 75c Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Any Hat in the store except Stet 23c eon's at \ i (M 09 •nly S ta each eu sterner. 1 ylo23 7B« and 80« Ties, 23c | 2 be each aus bomar. ! 50c Cashmere Hess, 23c. Arrow Brand Collars, 3 for 23c Boss of the Road Ov oralis $1.00 kind, 69c. 85c kind, 46c (Chicago Slothing So Second Door East of Postoffice j i I I i McClure, New York; J. C. Benson and wife, Stttes; James MeConahy and Wife, Spokane; George Haddleman, Spokane; H. Jesse, San Francisco; F. C. Hogan, Spokane; M. L. Bennell, Oroflno; J. M. Fairley, Oroflno. Raymond. P. H. Blake, Oroflno; T. B. West, Kehdrlckk; J. P. Réaves, Concord; L Stannus, Oroflno; W. W. Leghorn, Spokane; G. A. Innls, Asotin; W. C. Robinson, Çlarkla; F. U Moore, Mos cow; J> , E. HarMns, Tacoma; 8. M. 'Long. P. A. Hickey, M. Van Winkle. K&tdiAlt; W. W. Brown, H. Kltteben, C. R. OÖSWeil, Spokane, P. A. Jennings, § Neills, Sam Langert, R. C. Whitman, Marpater; L M. Thurston, Ntnlly Feshan. Nelly Feehan, T. B. Fitzgerald, American Falls. Watch for the barrels. Grand. Ed. Morris, Snake River; George Lee, Snake River; H. W. Newton, Al mota, Wash; Joe Long, Grouse; W. H. Dew, Sweetwater; Geo. Butcha, Cul desac; N. E. Branthover, Spokane. Do Fnenoa. Tom Lyons, D. Morgan. Greer: H. Alexander, E. H. Mack, W. Murray, P. Mantul, Grouse; D. A. Hood, Levi JPenny, J. H. Wlter, G. W. King, Iap wal; I. F. King, D. Huddleson, Lap wal; W. Krammer and wife, Lookout; L. R. Zollern and wife, Melrose; Fred W. Luttropp. Oroflno; J. M. Murphy. Oroflno. ♦ Wonted at the Fair Store tan ♦ extra salesladies. Apply before • ♦ t* Ills « Y t* INDORSE BABB FOR U. S. BENCH! Lewiston Attorneys Want Him as Beatty's Successor Attorney James E. Babb received the unanimous indorsement of the Lewiston lawyers at a meeting held last evening at the supreme court building to take action In naming a successor for Judge James H. Beatty, who has announced his retirement from the Idaho federal bench on March 1, The meeting was entirely non-par tisan and harmonious. The meeting was the result of con ferences held yesterday in which it was the prevailing sentiment that north Idaho make an effort. to secure the appointment of Attorney Babb. E. O'Neill presided at the meeting last night and Robert McKisslck was made secretary. In addition to the resolution above cited, It was moved and carried that a committee of three members of the Nez Perce County Bar association be selected to draft a peti tion to be circulated fer the appoint ment of Attorney Babb. The oommit lee comprises E. O'Neill, B. F. Tweedy and John Nickerson. Babb Appreciates the Honor. Last night's meeting was wholly vol un'nry on the part of the attorneys and entirely non-partisan, being in stigated by a desire, as expressed by one present, to select their best man for Judge Beatty's successor. Relative to the movement In his ljehalf, Mr. Babb authorized the following state ment: "While I highly esteem the honor attaching to the position and the sup port proffered by many friends. I have not yet determined to ask supnort for the position or to become sponser for any efforts on my behalf." POSTPONE FIGHT EXHIBITION Moving Pietures to Be Given Friday snd Saturday Nights. The moving picture entertainment pf the NfHaon-Genrf Goldfield fight have been , changed to Friday and Sat urday nights of this week on account of hilling- matter going astray. The nunager has decided on February 1 and 2. James McCornahey, wishing to call the public's attention to the moving pictures of this fight and to dispell the Impression that the camera ran out of film, says that such Is not the case. He adds that the best rounds of the fight will he reproduced, showing the fight up to the 28th round. In this round Gans breaks his hand. Then the pictures lump to rounds 40. 41 and 41, showing the final blow delivered by Nelson and the fight riven to Gans on a foul. One can plainly see the final blow delivered, and Gans drops to the floor In na'n. More than 2.000 women attended the contest at Goldfield and women will be admitted free to see the pictures. SURGEONS TRANSPLANT EYE Blind Man Made to Sea by Grafting Parts of Optics. VIENNA, Jan. 80.—In a Vienna hos pital there has Jus: been effected a re markable surgical cure of total blind ness. The surgeon grafted Into the eyes of a blind man circular sections of the cornea lobs of an eye removed from a boy. Those planted In the right eye had subsequently to be taken oat, be cause they caused a painful swelling. Those grafted In the left eye, how ever, have now been growing for a year, and the man can see perfectly with the eld of ordinary glasses. 8UCCOMBB TO HI8 INJURIES Arnica Frsxxini, Blown Up by Dyna mite, Dias at Culdeeae. Special to Evening Teller. CULDBSAC, Idaho. Jan. SO.—Amico Fressinl. the young Italian who was blown up by the explosion of a stick j of dynamite which was being thawed i in a fire near the track along which he was walking, is dead at the hos I pltal here. After being received at the I Institution It was found necessary to i amputate his right leg. Frezzlnl was a sub-boss In the em ploy of Burns & Johnson. He was burled today. ♦ Wanted at the Fair Store ten ♦ extra salesladies. Apply before g «PM. SAP - a—A- A?—— at- - sieDR Mvw ^^E^^wDRl BEGIN CAMPAIGN TO DIVIDE IDAHO Meeting to Discuss the Matter to be Held in Spokane SPOKANE. Jan. 30.—The holding of a convention in Spokane In March to discuss the plan of the new state of Lincoln is definitely proposed by F. H. Mason and C. H. Moore, very prominent business men, who ask that the Spokane Chamber of Commerce Issue a call to all commercial bodies. The plan contemplates extending the south boundary of Washington through Idaho, thus constituting the south boundary of the new state. Mon tana would be the east boundary, British Columbia the north boundary, and the west, Instead of being the Cascade mountains should be an ex tension of the east bbundry of Cali fornia, the l4<yh parallel of latitude. This would leave Wenatchee and North Yakima and Ellensburg In the state of Washington, of which Olympia Is the capital. Possible opposition from Idaho to the proposed plan will be met by ex tending the present Idaho boundary west to meet the same parallel that now constitutes the east boundary of California; thus all that portion of- the present state of Oregon bounded on the south by Nevada would be added to Idaho. Idaho would gain more ter ritory than she loses and be more symmetrical. No opposition Is anti cipated from south Idaho on the pro posed basis as It wopld gain such cities as Baker, La Grande and Pen dleton. Oregon and Washington would be the oply states to suffer serious loss of territory and opposition from the west part of each of these states Would have to be overcome by the promoters of the state of Lincoln. ~ J 0.R.&N. SURVEY CREW IS COMING Word reached the city late this aft ernoon that Locating Engineer Jordan and a crew of 20 or 26 men were en route toi Lewiston by boat*"*«* would reach the city tonight. There are from six to eight boats loaded with stores and camp equipment. These survey ors are part of the Oregon Short Line men who have been locating the Hunt ington - Le wlston road. PAY WILL MAKE LAW GOOD C. Shepherd Discusses Gathering of Statistics. BOISE, Idaho, Jan. 30.—County As sessor Charles (shepherd of Ada coun ty says that the proposed law to re quire assessors to take the agricul tural statistics of the state will be a very good, feasible law, if provision is made for paying properly for the work. He says that the present law requir ing the assessor to hire and pay his own deputies, and the very small pay allowed him for this purpose, will make It Impossible for him to take on any other work and get out of the ice with as much money as he had when he went In. The officers all over the state are loaded down with work. It would be easy for the assessor to collect the statistics, if he were allowed sufficient help or pay as he la obliged to visit every farm and ever}' man who has any of the required statistics to give. Mr. Shepherd favors the measure If the proper allowance is made for pay ment »• ' ' Watch for the barrels. Bulk and Package Garde A. grass & flower SEBDS Garden Tools, Spray Pumps, Eto. CHARLES H. LILLY'S POULTRY SUPPLIES Ground Oyster Shell. Ground Bone, Holly Chick Feed. Bene Mille and Incubators. M A R K MBANS Wholesale and Retail. Phene Main 2. ' • *-*— I d aho MUST CLEAN OFF SIDEWALKS The Street Commissioner Calls Attention to the Law All property owners and --»tert must clean their sidewalks of all . , uw - Immediately or subject thems-ive* t0 a fine. You are hereby notified -hat unless your walk Is cleaned within 24 hours I shall be compelled to arrest and prosecute all who tall to obey this law. EDWARD KNIGHT. Street Commissioner INDIANS RUSH INTO COURT Sines Becoming Citizens They Bring All Manner of Suits. Since the admission of the Net Perce Indians to citizenships many of the case« in the district court have arisen over property rights, hut more especially the settlement of estates, for the red man early learned the value of a law court. The court today has In hearing one of these cases, in re the estate of Altlp, deceased. Alllp, who was an Indian woman, laft a will giving her proper ty to Mrs. Len Henry. The other heirs of the estate are contesting the will. Johnson êt Stookey have the case for the contestants, and O'Neill & Erel*. sen for the devisee. The testimony was completed this morning and the attorneys are making their arguments this afternoon. BAD WEATHER HURTS GARAGE J. H. Bethel Cannot Make His Con templated Improvements. "We will begin work fitting up our garage as soon as weather conditions will perpnlt. The arrival of our large Reo touring car has been delayed be cause the car must be shipped on a flat car, as it Is too large to go into a box enh" said J. H. Bethel this after noon. Mr. Bethel will open a garage in the Means building, comer of Fourth and D streets. He now has but one runabout. He Intends enlarging his Stock as soon as business conditions' warrant It. Watch fer the barrels. CHOOSE YOUR GLENS FALLS OF NEW YORK. * PROTECTOR UNDERWRITERS OF HARTFORD, CONN. 8VEA OF SWEDEN. "They Speak fer Themselves.* HOGRELIU8 A DICK, Real Estate A Insurance, 1» Means Block. Phone R«d ** Lcwistpn, Idaho.