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The Ed. L. Wiggin Cigar Store
CIGARS AND TOBACCO r „lM* N • LOCK - _ STAGE LINE Leave» Culdesac for Spalding............................ ß turn from Spalding on arrival afternoon train from Spokane. GOOD RIGS AND CAREFUL DRIVER8. « a. m. RUeHERT & RLJDDEL, Props., Culdesac, Idaho I EWISTON Meat Market WILL CHERRIER, Prop, Dealer in Freeh and 8alt Meats, But ter (/ Eggs, Fish, Oysters and G S'-- in 8eason. Phone 1». 858 Main »treat Free Delivery. Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co. We have the beet equipped Feotory in the Inland Empire. Our imprevad faeilitiaa enable us to turn out the highest grade work. Furnishings, Finishings and Fixtures of every description. We carry Lima end Cement. Lumber in any quantity and of all kinds. Office oomer D and Fourth 8tre#ta. LEWISTON, IDAHO. Faotory and Varda in Clarkaton, Washington. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o A. J. GREEN O 0 Attorney-at «Law O ♦ 0 Practices In all State and O 0 Federal Courta of Idaho and O 0 Washington. O 0 Main 8treat, Culdeaac, Idaho. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO First National Bank ^ LEWI8TON, IDAHO. JOHN F. VOLLMER, President. A. E. CLARKE, Cashier. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $296,000.00 Deposits No. 12,1906, $1,181,681.41 United StatesDepositary The Strongest Bank In Idaho No. 24 upon the Roll of Honor of all National Banks WOOD AND COAL LONG WOOD, 8HORT WOOD, DRY WOOD, WOOD AND COAL BY TRAIN LOADS OR WHEELBARRAW LOADS. No orders too large or small for ua to fill. Lat ua figure with you on targe orders. Phona 1821. v arde. First Straat and 5L P. Traoka. Clearwater Fuel Company **•!*+*+ 4+4 JOLLY a THOMF 80 N !.■»»♦♦♦»»»♦♦ j »»»»» . ♦♦♦♦» THE IMPERIAL BAR Turf and Stock Exchange California and Eastern Races by direct wire. FREE LUNCH * 1 ' A nice hot sandwich served at noon and afternoons. A hot bowl of Chili Con Cam! with cold lunch. Qub rooms in connection. AUCHINVOLE & CO 282 Main 282 Main Yau Can Eat GOLDMAN'S MEAT Gold Storage Market Phone Main Ml. IMMIGRATION GASES CALLED Carolinans Are Accused of Importing Laborers From Europe Special to Evening Teller. GREENSBORO, N. C.. Feb. 26.— The so-called Charlotte cotton mill cases, In which certain prominent mill owners are charged with violation o the alien contract labor law, in bring ing Immigrants from England to work In the mills, were called for trial In the federal court here today, Judge James E. Boyd presiding. There are our defendants. Three of them, E. C. D we lie, Sumner Sargent, and Edward A. Smith, are prominent mill owners, while the fourth, Thomas M. Costello of Philadelphia, Is said to have been sent to England as an agent and Induced a number of English peo ple to come to Charlotte and accept employment In the cotton molls. A number of the English Immigrants are held here to testify for the prose cptlon. Defense of Millmen The mill men will depend principally for their defense on that clause In the Immigration laws which gives to em ployers the right to Import labor when the same labor cannot be secured this country. The mill men claim that their plants were lying Idle because of the scarcity of labor, hence the importa tion of the English help. They will further call attention to the South Carolina cases, in which Secretary Strauss of the department of commerce and labor held that im migrants could be landed where they are needed to take the case of Amer ican laborers whose services cannot be secured. T. W. LAWSON 50 YEARS OLP Special to Evening Teller. . BOSTON, Mass., Feb. 26.—Thomas W. Lawson, hlgh-priest of finance and arch enemy o' "the system" was 50 years old today. Mr. Lawson held no special observ ance of the anniversary, being kept pretty busy these days explaining the future movements of Trinity and other of his favorite copper stocks. To a number of his friends who cab led to congratulate him Mr. Lawson remarked that he is still comparatively a young man and had every expecta tion, of living to see the day when the Standard Oil school of finance would have to shut up shop. « FLASHES FROM THE WIRE. Los Angeles. Cal.—Anton Besold has been given a life sentence for the mur der of his invalid wife. Washington, D. C.—The packers have suceeeedd in defeating the meas ure, which It was intended should place upon them the cost of Inspection of meats. I i : San Francisco, Cal.—Abe Rueff will be placed on trial Tuesday. That may mean that legal steps may have to be taken to enforce the return of Mayor Schmidt from Washington, D. C. Washington. D. C.—It Is said that the filibuster ship Empire Is engaged in carrying munitions of war from San Salvador to Honduras. Spokane, Wash.—Thinking that the accidental discharge of a little revolver while in hla hand had killed his younger brother, Charles Mancke, aged 16, fired a bullet into hla own head. Harry was only wounded and will re cover. Charles may die. Washington, D. C.—It Is now certain that there will be a vote on the ship subsidy bill before the adjournment of congress. Washington, D. C.—The senate has passed the pension bill which carries 1141,000,09«. Toller ado bring results. When you make your purchases to night ask your grocer for "Marvel" Flour. He win know you are wise. Century Printing Co. Phono Black SI. B as e mo n t Lewiston Natl. Bank. BIG TIME AT PHILADELPHIA There Will Be No Rest For Elks During Annual Convention Special to Evening Teller. PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Feb. 26 — The committee which has in charge the arrangements for the annual con vention and reunion of the Benevolent and Proteetlte Order of Elks, which is to be held in this city during the week beginning July 15, is preparing 'to Issue in circular form a detailed outline of the week's program. Plans for the entertainment of the i thousands of visitors who are ex ! pected to take part in the festivities j are already practically completed, and I from a casual glance at the varied ! list of the features which have been provided there Is reason 'to believe that the Elks will attain their "high water" at Philadelphia this summer. Be Kept On the Go. Beginning with Sunday, July 14, when the first of the delegations are due to arrive, the visitors will be kept on the go throughout the entire week and each day will afford them some thing new and novel In the way of pastimes and amusements. Particu lar car has been taken in providing plenty of comfarts and social features for the ladles and arrangements have been made whereby the fair visitors wiy receive more than the ordinary attention from the Quaker hostess. Altogether the week will afford all that Is Interesting and entertaining to the Elks and their "dears," and no man if he contemplates coming to Philadelphia, need hesitate to bring bring his entire family with him, If he Is disposed to do so. The members of No. 2 assure all visitors a royal reception and caretaking hospitality during their sojourn in the Quaker City. COREA-FLEMING WEDDING TALK Special to Evening Teller. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 26.— All Washington is taking an Interest In tomorrow's wedding of Senor Corea, the Nicaraguan minister, and Miss India Belle Fleming, the daugh ter of Col. and Mrs. Robert I. Fleming of this city. The event promises to be one of the most brilliant of the season In the national capital. Senor Corea will have the Mexican ambassador, Senor Enrique Creel, as his best man. MiBs Fleming will have four bridesmaids, one of whom will be Miss Erma Shaw, daughter of the secretary of the treasury. The ceremony will be perfnrmed* by Rev. Dr. Teunis S. Hamlin, rector of the Church of the Covenant. A large wedding breakfast and reception will follow the ceremony, which is to take place at noon at the home of the bride's parents. MOVE POSTOFFICE SUNDAY Washouts Delays Some of the Fixtures From the East. The room In the Mounce building, which will be occupied by the post office, has been sufficiently completed as to permit the moving or the office fixtures bettors fuj-thejr delay. The fixtures will be moved to their new quarters on Sunday. New boxes and front fixtures have been ordered for the room, but wash outs have prevented their arriving here before this. McEACHRON FILL8 OUT BLANK8 E...... « e. » y* -> L.wi.ton C, D. McBachron has received blank bonds to be filled out and returned to the postofflee officials at Washington. Upon their approval he will receive notice of his appointment by letter from the president. The bonds have been satisfactorily drawn up and have been returned to the postofflee department. I they are approved at once the appointment will quickly follow. "I expect it will he in the neighbor hood of a month before the affair Is completed at Washington," says Mr. McBachron. When you make yoor trorShaaev to nlsrht. ask your g ro c er for "Marr-I* Flour. He win know vvu »re wise Century Printing Co. Phene Black 01. Ba s ement Lewiston Natl. Bank. Your Clothes Look Better if Cleaned and Pressed at the The Suitorium Ladies' Work a Specialty W. E. Waldman & Co. Phone Black 151. 290 Main Straat. W. F. KETTENBACH, President. J. ALEXANDER. Vice Présida-* GEORGE K KE STER. Cashier The Lewiston National Bank LEWISTON. IDAHO DIRECTORS Jos. Alexander, C. C. Bunnell, J. B. Morria, Grace K. Piafflin, R. C. Beach, Gao. H. Kester, W. F. Kettenbach, O. E. Guernsey, Wm. A. Libert, Jno. W. Givens, A. Freidenrich. Corner of Main ana r-ourtn Streets TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Sight Exchange 8old on AM the Principal Cities of the United arid Europe. GRAND GIG A R STORE FOR TOBACCOS AND CIGARS FRANK BUSH, Proprietor. 27i Main THE CRYSTAL BAR—JOHN DE8CHAMP8, Proprietor. Everything new and up-to-data. Clean, attractive and comfort able. Strictly a gentleman's resort. Good muaie during the evening. Lunch room in connection. Wo «Ml be pleased to have you make this place your headquarters, and wo erili try to pleaae you if you will give us a oall. INVESTIGATE t unexcelled terms offered by the IDAHO TRUST CO. ON REAL ESTATE LOANS We make leans en improved City Property upon better terms chan those offered by BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. Lew rate ef interest. Easy payments. No delays. Other» have in v e st i gated end found our terms meet satisfactory. Farm loans a specialty. F. W. KETTEN BACH, President. O. A. KJOS, Vise President. E. C. SMITH, Secretary. Decorated Breaklast Plates 10 CENTS EACH iOHH© TEft eOMP'Y. Sign HT of Big * Pbone Main 64 Bollinger Hotel Lewiston's Leading Commercial Hotel gßQWNELL'S DANDY KITCHEN A fall lino of j ; PURE, FRESH CANDIES Next Door to Idaho Toa Co. 4 FRIEND TO FRIEND. Tha personal recommendation» <A P» pla who have been cured of coug h* .pja. by Chamberlain'» Cough Reswqi have dona more than all else to make staple article of trade nnd commerce os« e large pe* of the civile wo-'d.