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DIAMOND CHANCES IN NEW CAME UW Quail Season But One Month and Banters Are Limited Copies of the proposed game laws lutvs been received from Boise. They amend the present statutes so as to provide for the appointment of fish ■p«A game wardens, M defining their duties and fixing their salaries; pro viding a system of licenses for hunt ing and fishing and defining the duties of certain officers In relation thereto; also to establish the office of game warden at Boise, and to provide for the preservation and protection of fish und game; for the protection of for ests from fires and otherwise preserv ing fish and game from destruction; providing salaries and offices for each -deputy game warden, and transpor tation for fish propagated and grown In private ponds, except native or mountain trout. Makes Many Changes. The law contains numerous changes from that of last year. It forbids the ■killing of the fool han, swan or mon golian pheasants. *■ The quail season is open from No vember 1 to December 1, 18 being the limit placed upon th number a hunter may kill In one day. The law protecting the prairie chicken, pheasant and grouse has been changed, the open season being placed IB days earlier than last year, be tween September 1 and December 1. The law allows 12 birds only to be killed In one day. C. E. Butler Enters Protest "The law shortening the chicken «eason and limiting the day's shoot ing to 12 birds Is faulty." C. E. Butler ♦TELLER WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS« Have You Tried 'Em? There are many times when a little ad in the Teller's classi fied columns will be the means of locating the article you have ost, or locate the owner of something that you have found. WANT AD RATES Count cix latter* to the word and six word* to th* I in*. First insertion, per line ........'.f .06 Sub**qu*nt insertion, per line. Par month, per.lin*.............. SO .03 HELP WANTED. WANTED—Salesman; many make $100 to 8150 per month; some even more; steck clean; grown on reser vation; far from old orchards; cash advanced weekly; choice of territory. Address Washington Nursey Co., Toppenish, Wash. tf WANTED—For U. S. Army: Able bodied unmarried men between ages sf 21 an« 86; oltlsens of Unit*« States; of good character and tem perate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information Apply to Recruiting Officer, 80Ö Main ■treat, Lewiston. Idaho. tf ROOMS FOR RENT. HOTEL LEWISTON—Steam heat, hot and cold water in rooms. Fr** hatha Mrs. Ellen Carlton, Phone Main 88«, Elchen berger building. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Twenty-one finely fur slehed rooms h a modern brick bhUdlng. Steam heat, electric light and baths Apply room No. 1. Ar FOR BALE—Old papers In bundles er 10« each at the Teller office. Wishing to retire, have a good pay ing business for sale at a reasonable «rice. Further Information can be ob Mined of W. F. H. at Teller office. ATTORNET8 1- ORR Mc MIN i m Y.—Attorney at law. Office In Room 115, Mark Means block, Lewiston, Idaho. r. D. CULVER, attorney at layi Rooms 808-9 Weisgerber Building. said this morning. 'There are practically otnly three counties in the state that have prairie chickens in their fields Nez Perce has more than all the rest put together. Idaho county has a number. "The law as proposed will put all the hunters In the field at one time and cause trouble among the chick ens." 1907 MANAGERS FOR BIG CLUBS The new managers for the big clube are as follows American Association— Bill Armour at Toledo; Jack Doyle at Milwaukee; Tom Chwlngton at Louisville; Ed. Aschenbach at St. Paul; and a new man at Kansas City yet to be chosen. American league—Chick Stahl at Boston; Hugh Jennings*at Detroit; Joe Cantilllon at Washington. National league—Billy Murray at Philadelphia. Eastern .league—Michael Kittredge at Montreal; Lew McAllister at Buf falo; Joe Bean at Jersey City;Hugh Duffy at Providence; Jack Dunn at Baltimore and Joe Kelly at Toronto. Southern league—John Malarky at Montgomery; Johnnie Dobby at Nash ville. Western league—Mike Kelly at Des Molnes. Pacific coast league—A new man will succeed Park Wilson at San Fran cisco. Galigan to Box Purtell. DAVENPORT. Iowa, Feb. 26.—A bout between Joe Oalllgan of Chicago and Jack Purtell of Kansas City, Is the principal attraction arranged by the Davenport Athletic club for tonight. The articles call for a 10-round Jlght at 133 pounds ringside. All the latest tongs by the famous Teylor Quartet at the Paoific Bar. B. S. CROW, Attorney at Law. Suits 81« Welsgerber Block. Phone Main 1L JAMES E, BABB, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Practice* In state and federal courts of Idaho and Washington GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, Lawyer Practices In all Stats and Federal Courts of Idaho sad Washington. ' Rooms 5, «, 7, Now Porter BMg. Phon* Main 887. JOHNSON A STOOKBY, LAWYER» Rooms 817, 818 WGsgWbsr Block. J. B. WEST—ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice In aH th* courts of Idaho and before U. 8. land otries. Rooms (formerly occupied by U. 8. land office) In Lewiston National , Bank Building. Ptxgie No. S88L HOUSE MOVING. HOUSE MOVING and foundation work. Schmidt & Blume, successors to J. C. Livensparg er, corner Third and C streets. tf E8TRAYED. LOBT —Four horses strayed or wee* stolen from my pasture on Webb ridge about the 1st of November. The 1 / were bays and browns and broken as buggy teams. One of the horses Is branded with a horsebead I will give a $10 reward for Informa on the shoulder, one has an "FT" brand, another an "M bar" brand, tlon that will lead to their recovery. Address George Penny. Webb Idaho. *' 1 * ♦ RESULTS AT ASCOT AND ♦ ♦ OAKLAND. First Race—Purse; half mile: Cres ton first, Kismet, Jr. second, Karodo third. Time, :48V4. Second Race—Purse; five-eighths: E. B. H. first. Royal Ascot second, Joan of Arc third. Time, 1:02%. Third Race—Selling; one mile: Tax er first, Kinsman second, Meddling Daisy third. Time 1:41%. Fourth Race—Purse; mile and one sixteenth; J. C. Clem first Kerchevml second Ormondes Right third. Time, 1:47%. Fifth Race—Selling; three-fourths mile: Star of Runnymede first, Curl culum second, Derdon third. Sixth Race—Purse; futurity course: Lizzie Albertlne first, Luckett second, Lillian Ayres third. Time, 1:18%. OAKLAND First Race—Purse; half mile: Abbey first. Memorize second, Chenowee third. Time, : 50 4-5. Second Race—Selling; mile and 20 yards: Little Mirthful first, Lady Fashion second, Early Hours third. Time, 1:47. Third Race—Selling; mile and 20 yards: Pal-first. Cardinal Sarto sec ond, W. B. Oates third. Time, 1:47 4-5. Fourth Race—Selling: one mile: Happy Rice first, Kpgo second, Oeo. Kllhourne third. Time, 1:46 4-5. Fifth Race—Five-eighths mile: Tarp first. Instructor second, Sahara third. Time, 1:081-5. Sixth Race—Purse; thirteen-six teenths: Kokomo first, Llsaro second. Sir Brillar third. Time, 1:23 2-5. Bench Show at Denver. DENVER, Colo., Feb.26.—The flth annual bench show of the Colorado kennell dug opened today at the Coli seum. From al Inrlcatlons It will be the best bench show ever held In the west. A specific for paid—Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil, strongest, cheapest lini ment ever devised. A household rem edy In America for 25 years. DENTISTS W. F. GALBKi (TH, DENTIST. Room 202 New Idahe Tiuat Building. Phone 2493. T ewisttn Idaho. DR. BOSTON, DBNT1ST. Room 20. Adams Block. Phone Main 254. PHY8ICIAN* AND SURGEONS. DR. HINKLY, Physician and Sur geons, Diseases of Women a Special ty. Room 6, Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 131. DR. MOP IS, PHYSICIAN AND SUR GEON. Room 206. Weingerber BU DR. HURLBUT, PH Y bid AN ANli BURGEON. Hoorns 3, 4, 5, Thlesseb Block.. S. A. ROE, M. D., Homeopathist—84 Adams Bldg. Tel. Red 431. Res. Tel. Red 1782. J. E. McLAUGHLIN, M. D.. Physician and Burgeon, office Rooms 3 and 4 New Porter block. Residence 622 Ninth avenue. Phones: Office Red 761; residence. Red 762. ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC HEALING INSTITUTE. Nature's own laws ef healing all cura ble diseases. Dr. J. W. Mulllnlx, Prop., first floor over Moxley's Drug Store, cor. Third end Main. Phone Red 1191. MAGNETIC HEALING. PROF. F. C. NAGEL, Magnetic, Mas sage and Electric Treatment*. Room 10 Bee Hive Block, Lewiston, Idaho. CLEANING AND PRESSING. POLLARD PRESSING PARLORS— Clothes cleaned, pressed and repair ed. Phone Red 111 and have the wagon sail. Pollard A Co. SHOE REPAIRING. Go to The People's Shoe Shop and get your money's worth. Half soles: Men's, 75c; ladies', <0c; children's, 50c; Rubber heels 60c. Wooster Bros, Props., «76 East Main.; half block east of M. E. Church. CONTRACTORS. H. T. Ma DOM TCR, CONTRACTOR A BUILDER, 1 ewtston. Id she George Boggs, Carpenter and Contrac tor. All kinds of Jobbing, saw filing, etc. Office and shop, >2 Third St, ♦ PLAYS AND PLAYERS Harrison Gray Fiske has signed a contract for a new play by Percy Mackey to be used by Bertha Kaliche. It is to be a poetic tragedy and is to be completed In time for presentation in the early fall. The Metropolitan Opera House management has engaged Anselem, an Italian tenor for next season. In ad dition to re-engaging Caruso. An selemi Is at present stnglng In Bt. Petersburg and Is well known In all the chief capitals of Europe. On March U, ln "Happyland," De Wolf Hopper Is to open the Dixie land theater, a new hose at Jackson ville, Florida, to be oontroled by the Independents. Maxine Elliott's next play will be by Henry V. Esmond, the English play wright who wrote "When We Were Twenty-one." The Initial production will take place In London next autumn. An English version of ''Salome" is to he sent on tour this spring by Joseph M. Galles. Cherldah Simpson is to be the prima dona o the company. "The Man of the Hour" has Just celebrated Its on- 1 hundredth perfor mance at the Savoy Theatre, New York. Harold McGrath, author of "The Man on the Box." has written a must cal comedy In conjunction with a young Syracuse composer. Frederick Jack son. It Is called "The Watteau Shep herdess," and will be ready for pro duction next fall. John L. on Water Wagon. John L. Sullivan took the pledge two years ago and has kept It faithfully since, with the result that he Is feeling so well and doing so nicely financially that the old gladiator says he will never take another drink. Teller ads bring results. MONEY to loan on Clarkston real es tate. Address Box 281, Clarkston. Wash. v OSTEOPATHS. DRL. A. S. COON * MARY E. COON, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS — Graduates under the founder, A. T Still, at American School of Osteo pathy, Klrksvllle, Mo. Residence and office, Corner Eighth and Chest nut streets. Clarkston. Wn. Offloe hours. » to lz and » to 6, except Sat urdays. 'Phone Main 66. S lclal at tention tc diseases of wt nen and children. Consultation free. Christens V. McNeal, osteopathic physician, graduate of the American School of Osteopathy at Klrksvllle, Mo. Acute and chronic diseases treated; diseases of women a spe cialty. Office room 180 Means' building; phone Main 110; consulta tion free SIDNEY A. BARTLETT, D. O., grad uate of Still College. 816-1« Idaho Trust Bldg. Phones: Offloe, Main 61; residence. Black 1841. All dis eases treated. Glasses fitted. SECRET SOCIETIES LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS, NO. 896—Meets every drst and third Thursday of each month at the Woodman hall. Geo. Kester, exalted ruler; Chaa. W. Mount secretary. KNIGHTB OF PTTHfÂS— Excelsior lodge No. 8, K. of P.. meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'olosk. Visiting Knights alway welcome H. Berg, C. a; F. H. Wood. K. R. * 8 CHIROPRACTIC. DR. J. B. CABLE, Chiropractic, Chronic diseases a specialty. Rheu matism. Asthme Heart Liver and Kidney Troubles, Paralysis, Desff ness. Neuralgia. Headaches and all Female Difficulties. For testimonial« call at office. Room* 1 and t Ne* Porter block, Lewlr'ou, Idaho. Phone BUck 751. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR TRADE—1 will trade a good dou ble seated carriage for a good work horse. Address Box 184, Lewiston Idaho. tf a is Benefit for Track Team The track team of the Lewiston High school Is planning to bring a prominent vocalist and pianist to the city In the near future. The enter tainment will be given under the aus pices of the High school and the pro ceeds will go towards the maintenance of the track team. TRAINING DATES BIG LEAGUES The following schedule shows when the major leagues will start on their training trips American League. March 1—Philadelphia. March 3—Cleveland. March 4—Washington. March 5—Chicago, St. Louts, New York, Boston. March 9—Detroit National League. February 25—New York. March 3—Brooklyn. March 4—Chicago. Philadelphia. March 5—St. Louis, Cincinnati. March 10—Pittsburg, Boston. COAST ATHLETES GET A SHOW. Westerners to be Represented at Con testa in the East For the first time In the history of Pacific Coast athletics, the western slope will be represented In the A. A. U. championship wrestling tournament this year, when Edgar Franks of the Multnomah Amateur Athletic club of Portland, Oregon, enters for the 125 pound event. The Multnomah club trustees have voted to send Franks. He Is the Pacific coast champion In his class, and will practically repre sent the west. Frank will leave Port land about March 10 for New Haven where he will train under O'Connell, the crack wrestling Instructor of Tate. The meet wll probably be In New York the Inst week In March. AMU8EMENT3. SHOOTING GALLERY—Targets of all kind* Numerous prises offered. A nice place to spend a few spar* mo ments. Come and try your "L" End of Fourth street on Main. D. E. Brockus, Prop. EYE 8PECIALI8TS. . A. ROB, M D.—84 Adams Bldg. Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Fitting of Glasses. ARCHITECTS. J. K. TOURTELLOTTE A CO.. AR CHITECTB. Room 1, Dent A Butlei Building, SI" Main St Phone Red ML H. ,N. BLACK. Architect office Bee Hive Block. MANICURING AND MASSAGING. Clean nails, like clean linen, are quite essential. Ideal Manicuring Parlors. Managed by Ida M. Mobley, Be* Hive Block. TIMBER LANDS WANTED—I need some more timber claim* at once. J. M. Malloy. tf NOTICE TG CREDITORS. In th* Probate Court of No* Perce County, Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Jacob Wurman, deceased. Notice la hereby given by the un dersigned, W. O. Boyd, executor of the will and estate of Jacob Wurman, de ceased, to the creditors of, and all per sons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication ef this no tice, to th* said executor at my resi dence two mH** east of Tlyrtle post office In Nes Perce county, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said. estate. In the county of Ne* Perce, state of Idaho. Signed and dated at Lewiston. Ida ho. this the 25th day of January, A. D 1907. W. O. BOYD Executor of the Estate of Jacob Wur man. JOHNSON A STOOKET. Attorneys for the Executor. Resi dence and post office Lewiston, Idaho. Jan. 26-Feb. 25. SCHOOL BAND TO MAKE TOUR of A. 1 of In Will Famish Mnsic Dariag Week Teachers Are la Lewiston Constant practice and close atten tion to the new music which has bean purchased Is the present routine of thn Lewfefion | High school musician*. Many publie engagement* await the band. Its rapid strides baa attracted attention, not only In Lewiston, but elsewhere throughout the Palouse country. Manager Tweedy has received *o many offers or the services of the band from the outside that he Is now trying to arrange a concert tour thl* spring for the boys. If present arrangement* can be carried out the band will ap pear In Moscow. Pullman and several other cities during the proposed trip» Benefit Concert Friday. It has been definitely planned that the baTid of thirty-five pieces will ac company the track team representing the school in the meets with the Uni versity of Idaho and to the lnterschol astlc meet at Pullman hi May. * A flancfc Is to be given at th* Mc Kinney hall on Friday evening for the benefit of the hand. Invitation* have already been issued. Oper* In Kansas City. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 26.—The San Carlo Opera company of New Orleans opens In Convention hall tonight. Th* company Is to give four performances^ of grand opera, with Nordlca, Nell sen. Constantino and Campanarta heading the list of principals. An entertainment that Is fr«* very evenlng'fEom 7 till 10:80 at the PaoHI* CHOOSE YOUR COMPANY GLENS FALL8 OF NEW YORK. PROTECTOR UNDERWRITERS Of HARTFORD, CONN. 8VEA OF SWEDEN. — "a "They Speak for Themselves." HOGRELIUS & DICK Rsal Estate A Ineuranoe, 128 Mean* Bleek. Phene Red 8*1 Lewiston, Idaho. 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