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DIAMOND INCENTIVE FOR NINE ABOUNDS Big Teams to Practice In Towns All Around Lewiston With the Spokane Indians in Lew iston for their early spring training, the Butte Miners at Moscow for the same purpose, and with local baseball teams at Pullman, Moscow, both uni versities and at all the prominent schools in the vicinity, Lewiston should get her share of the good baseball games atraveling this year. Shpuld a nine be organized here following following the action of the Spokane league team, fans will be even more than satisfied with the display of the sport. ( Many Games Arranged. The Butte team management has definitely decided to make Moscow their stamping ground for the early spring. Manager Russ Hall of the nine, accompanied by Captain Irby, signed player for the season, yester day met Ed Kitts, manager of the baseball nine at Moscow, and com pleted the deal. Thirteen miners representing the team of Butte will arrive at Moscow about March 26, to begin the year's work. Arrangements have been made for four games with the University of Ida ho. two with the Pullman State col lege, two games with the Moscow town ! team and two with the Palouse team. Games with the Clarkston nine are under way of arrangement. Minneapolis, M1nn.—President J. J. ! Hill of the Great Northern says that ! the government can have his road if It wants It. Have You Tried 'Em? Phere are many times when a little ad in the Teller s classi ied columns will be the means of locating the article you have Dst, or locate the owner of something that you have found. WANT AD RATES Count six letters to the word and eixwords to the line. irst insertion, per line ......... » -05 Subsequent insertion, per line.... .03 Per month, per line.......... 30 HELP WANTED. ANTED—Salesman; many make U00 to $160 per month: some even nore; stock clean; grown on reser r&tion; far from old orchard«; cash idvanced weekly; choice of territory. Address Washington Nursey Co., foppenlsh. Wash. ** ANTED—Competent girl to do gen eral housework. Mrs. F. D. Warner, North street. Phone Red 922. tf WANTED—An office girl at the Lew iston laundry. WANTED—A bright boy to be useful In store. Apply at Blake's formerly the Fair. iNTED—A good girl for second tork. Good wages and permanent osition. Apply at Teller office. WANTED—A good, steady, sober man as coachman. Permanent position and good salary to right man. Ap ply at Teller office. WANTED—An apprentice girl to learn dressmaking. Apply Room 9, Lewiston hotel. 3 ■19 WANTED—A good pruner. Apply at Teller office. WANTED—For U. S. Army; Able bodied unmarried men between ages of 21 and S5: citizens of United Stuten: of good character and tem perate habita, who can apeak, read and writ® English. For Information ; M'CALLUM WANTS BLUE ™ MUCH Walter L. McCallum, Spokane man ager of the Dodd Clothing company baseball team, is looking the country over for promising material. In writing to R. Chester Blue, clerk at the Bollinger, he has struck upon a man whom he thinks will live up to his hopes and ambitions. McCallum knows him, in fact, and because of his reputation attained at Spokane last year while he was In the box for the clothing company, thinks him capable of holding down a similar place this year. The blank contract which he has sent to Blue states and carries such rules as do other contracts, the im mediate change from the general rule being that no definite salary is named. Are Paid on Percentage. The players who are signed for the season are, paid according to the amount received at the gates; an equal division of the coin is to be made. "It is hardly probable that I can accept the proposition made by Mr. McCallum, because of business hin drances," said Mr. Blue today. Grangeville Personals. Special Correspondence. ORANGEVILLE. Idaho. March 13— J. C. Hattabach is able to be out again after a short illness. C. M. Story of Seattle, Washington, is visiting in the city. C. M. Reed has returned home from a visit to Spokane, Washington. Chester Castle Is ill with pneumonia. J. M. Robie and mother of Seattle, Washington, who have been visiting In the city have returned to their home. Goldfield, Nev.—Saloons and mines are closing as a result of the strike, I. W. W. leaders are being arersted for conspiracy to murder. apply to Recruiting Officer, 300 Main street, Lewiston, Idaho. tf FOR SALE—A good lot, 64x142, cor ner 17th and Carson Ave. Inquire of L. A. Cole. 4-2- • ATTORNEYS. ,. oRR McMlft 1 MÏ. —Attorney at law. Office In Room 116, Mark Means block. Lewiston, Id&bo. u. Culver, attorney at law Rooms 808-9 Welsgerber Building. B. S. CROW, Attorney at Law. Suite SIS Welsgerber Block. Rhone Main 11 .' JAMES E. BABB, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Practices In state and federal courts of Idaho and Washington GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, Lawyer Practices In all State and Federal Courts of Idaho and Washington. Rooms 6, 6, 7, New Porter Bldg. Phone Main 227. ; | j ! liiHNHON A .-sTOOKEY. LAWYERS Rooms 317. Sir Welsgerber Block f. B. WEST—ATTORNEY AT LAW Wil! practice In all the courts of Idaho and before U. S. land office Rooms F formerly occupied by U S land office) In Lewiston National Bank Rulldtng Phone No 2884 EYE SPECIALIST. J. R. CLAIBORNE, Optician. Eyes properly fitted to glasses. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Call at George Lake's Jewelry store. CLEANING AND - REPAIRING. j POLLARD PRESSING PARLORS— Clothes cleaned, presed and repair ed. Phone Red ill and have the wagon call. Pollard & Co. RESULTS AT ASCOT AND * OAKLAND. ♦ First Race—Purse; nine-sixteenths mile: Jockey Mounce first, Oronogo second, Humero third. Time, ; 58 1-5. Second Race—Purse; eleven-six teenths: Tea Tray II. first, Furze second, Weatherford third. Time, 1:11 1-5. Third Race—Selling; mile and one fourth: Daniel C. first, Modicum sec ond. Bill Perry third. Time, 2:13 4-5. Fourth Race—Salome handicap; three-fourths mile: Collector Jessup first, Shot Gun second. Princess Ti tania third. Time, 1:15 4-5. Fifth Race—Selling: mile and one sixteenth: Watchful first, Vlncentio second, Iras third. Time, 1:511-5. Sixth Race—Selling; seven-eighths mile: Corn Blossom first, Bryan sec ond. Tarp third. Time, 1:28%. * Winner* at Ascot. First Race—Selling; ynlle and one sixteenth: Desinages first. Joyner second, Buttons third. Time, 1:48%. Second Race—Purse; half mile: Banward first, Connie Mack second, Dailey third. Time. :49%. Third Race—Selling; one mile: Bo logna first, Antara second. Big Store third. Time, 1:42%. Fourth Race—Handicap: three fourths mile Don Domo first, Massa second. Pantoufle third. Time, 1:13%. Fifth Race—Purse: three-fourths mile: Nuns Veiling first. Netting sec ond. Terderorest third. Time, 1:15. Sixth Race—Selling: five-eighths mile: K1 Cazador first, Judge Nelson second. Hlpoteca third. "There is Laws and Laws." There are laws and laws. The law that tries to hold a boxer responsible for the death of an opponent In the ring has proved to be a dead letter. Adam Brown In New' Tork City has been exonerated by a jury of man • slaughter in the killing in a private ring recently of John A. Mason. Special to Evening Teller. DENTISTS tv. F. GALBRAITH, DENTIST. Room New Idaho Tiust Building. D ncue 2493. I ewlsttn ldano. DR. BOSTON. DENTIST Room 2t'~ Adams Block. Phone Main 254. PHYSICIANo AND SURGEONS. DR. HINKLY, Physician and Sur geons, Diseases of Women a Special ty. Room 6, Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 131. DR. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUR GE ON. Room 205. Weis gerber RtK DR. HUB LB LIT, PHYSICIAN ANx. SURGEON. Rooms 3, 4, 5, Thiessen Block. J. E. MCLAUGHLIN, M. D„ Physician and Surgeon, office' Rooms 3 and 4 New Porter block. Residence 522 Ninth avenue. Phones: Office Reo 761; residence, Red 762. ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC HEALING INSTITUTE. Nature's own laws of healing all cura ble diseases. Dr. J. W. Mulllnlx, Prop., first floor over Moxley's Drug Store, cor. Third and Main. Phone Red 1191. MAGNETIC HEALING. PROF. F. C. HAGEL, Magnetic, Maa sage and Electric Treatments, Room 10 Bee Hive Block, Lewiston, Idaho. AMUSEMENTS. SHOOTING GALLERY—Targets of all klnda Numerous prizes offered. A nice place to spend a few spare mo menta Come and try your "L" End of Fourth street on Main. D. K. Brockus, Prop. SHOE REPAIRING. Go to The People'« Shoe Shop and" ge: your money's worth. Half soles: Men's, 75c; ladles', 60c; children's, 60c; rubber heels. 60c. Wooster Bros., Props., 676 East Main.; half block east of M. E. Church. CONTRACTORS. H. T. MaDOM t CK. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, I ewlaton. Idahc George Boggs, Carpenter and Contrac tor. All kinds of Jobbing, saw filing, etc. Office and shop, 92 Third SL, JAMES CORBETT KNOCKS RING Poor Jim Corbett! That wire pom padour ou top of his noodle is sapping all of his brains. List' to the festive Jim: "A man is either a fool or a lunatic to stand up and get his head punched when he can make money at other things. I will never go into the ring again or even box an exhibition bout in a play. I want the people to for get that I was a pugilist and take me as an actor." Haven't seen anybody wearing mourning because Jim was dead to the boxing world. MAKE CLOTHES FOR RED MEN Spec ial to Evening Teller. WASHINGTON, D. C., March 13.— Uncle Sam needs a tailor in the In dian service at Fort Shaw, Mont., and has advertised for applicants to take the civil service today for the place. The advertisements fail to state whether a tailor is wanted who can introduce the latest French cut of clothes to the Indian swells, or whether plain Indian blankets with feather adornments shall be the style exploited by the tailor. The applicants, however, must be of the male sex. "unmarried or with out family," and must not exact a salary of more than $660 a year to be gin with. If his work is satisfactory to the government and (likewise to the Indians it is possible that he may receive more in the future. Berlin.—Captain Von Behrens was fatally Injured In a pistol duel. His opponent is unknown. OSTEOPATHS. DRS. A. S. COON & MARY E. COON, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. — Graduates under the founder, A. T. Still at American School of Osteo pathy, Kirksville, Mo. Residence and Office corner Eighth and Chest nut streets, Clarkston, Wn. Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5, except Sat urdays. 'Phone Main 65. Special at tention to diseases of women and children. Examination free at your residence in Clarkston or Lewis ton. Christena V. McNeal, oateopathic physician, graduate of the American School of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Mo. Acute and chronic diseases treated; diseases of women a spe cialty. Office room 130 Means' building; phone Main 110; consulta tion free SIDNEY A. BARTLETT, D. O., grad uate of Still College. 215-16 Idaho Trust Bldg. Phones: Office, Main 51; residence. Black 1841. All dis eases treated. Glasses fitted. * SECRfcl SOCIETIES .EWTSTON Lodge OF ELKS, NO. »96 —Meets every nrst and third Thursday of each month at the Woodman hall. Geo. Kester, exalted ruler; Chas. W. Mount, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHiAS—Excelsior lodge No. 2, K. of rj ., meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights Uway welcome. H. Berg. C. C.; F. H. Wood. K. R. & S CHIROPRACTIC. DR. J. R GABLE, Chiropractic, Chronic diseases a specialty. Rheu matism, Asthma. Heart, Liver and Kidney Troubles, Paralysis, Deaf ness, Neuralgia. Headaches and all F--male Difficulties For estlmoniaie call ai offic«- Kimm» l inri H Sie» Porter hK.ck. ............ Idaho Phone Black 751. HOUSE MOVING. HOUSE MOVING and foundation work. Schmidt & Blume, successors to J. C. Llvensparger, corner Third and C streets. tf Phone Red 1922. GANS MAY MEET LEWIS IN RIMG Here's some more of the anti-Rtg bilious. Harry Lewis' backers had a talk yesterday In Chicago with Joe Gans' representatives, and It's more than likely that the two may meet at Tonopah for a $20,000 purse and the honors. Lewis Is matched to meet Pete Sulivan soon. And this is the man Big Bill says Siillivan Is too much of a f&ikor to meet. It Isn't likely Gans would think twice of meeting Lewis unless Lewis was a good 'un. And it isn't likely that Lewis would sign up with Peter Sullivan unless the former thought the other fellow was worth while. | Lew is, whose sure-nuf name Is Bes terman, and who Is of the same make up as Kid Herman, was fined $1000 ; by a Grand Rapids Judge for accident- , ally killing Mike Ward in the ring j not long ago. Resterman's daddy— i .Takle is his name was also fined moo Mg iron plunks. CAROLINA SUNDAY Large Gathering of Georgetown for Annual Meeting SCHOOLS, j Delegates at March 13.— j f the South GEORGETOWN, F. c The annual convention Carolina Sunday school association [ opened here today. It will remain In ] session over tomorrow. A large numher of delegates are j in attendance, all the principal cltE-s j and towns ih the state being reprp-itain) sented. The meetings are being held In the Methodist church. The regular sessions which are devoted to reports, papers and addresses, are interspersed with social features arranged for the ! entertainment of the delegates. j The annual reports Indicate that i more interest Is being taken in Sun- ; day school work in South Carolina than ever before. 1 • ARCHITECTS. t. E. TOL'lt'l I.LLU 1 1 ht & CO.. AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent & Butlei Building, SI" Main St Phone Red 59 i H. N. BLACK, Architect, office Bee Hive Block. MANICURING AND MASSAGING. ! Clean nails, like clean linen, are quite essential. Ideal Manicuring Parlors. I Managed by Ida M. Mobley, Bee Hive Block. TIMBER LANDS WANTED—I need some more timber claims at once. J. M. Malloy. ESTRAYED. ESTRAYED OR STOLEN — Four horses strayed or were stolen from my pasture on Webb ridge about the first of November. The horses were bays and browns and all were broken for light driving. One was branded with a horsehead on the shoulder, one had an "H" brand and another an "M Bar" brand. 1 will give $10 reward for information that will lead to their recovery. Address George Penny, Webb, Idaho. LOST. LOST—A small gold watch In leather pocketbook, in neighborhood of the Methodist church. Initials N. H. engraved on case. Finder will please return to Teller office and recel v reward. tf. LOST—111 moving, a basket of photo graphs. Finder please notify Grandma Kowley. 40 Miller street ROOMS FOR RENT. HOTEL LEWISTON—Steam heat, hot and cold water In rooms. Free baths. Mrs. Ellen Carlton, Phone Main 220, Eichen berger building. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Twenty-one finely fur nished rooms In a modern brick building. Steam heat, electric light and baths. Apply room No. 1. Ar lington hoteL FOR SALE—Two pool tables and one billiard table. Apply to W. M. Wal ton, city. BASEBALL NINE JT H | GH sc(jooL Charles Rawson Is Captain and Taylor Garrett Manager Baseball talk and baseball fever seems to permeate the very air in the schools of both Lewiston and Clarkston. Following the organization of nines i n the High schools and Normal, comes the announcement of a sched U le of dates for a team which will 'this year represent the freshmen class of the High school. Games have been arranged with the Clarkston High school, the Lewiston stale Normal and the Asotin High school. Others are pending with the Kendrick and Jullaetta High schools. Fifteen men are out regularly trying out for the positions. Charles Rawson was recently elected manager of the High school agrégation, and Taylor Garrett captain. Probable Lineup of Freshmen. The probable lineup of the fresh men nine for the season will be: John Elsworth Flickinger. catcher: Phillips, pitcher and short-stop; Milt on Wadsworth, pitcher and short-stop; Bernard Kreis, first base; Van Crock er. second base; Taylor Garrett, (Cap third base: Earl Turner, left [field: James Welkar, right field; Charles Jones, center field. i--— Washington, D. C.—A. B. Stlckney, president of the Chicago-Great West *rn Railroad company, says people, by their railroad agitation, are laying the foundation for a "tremendous panic." j-- Teller ads bring results. Look Here! Here Is a Snap A four-acre track in Vineland; live, room house, good building«. Tree« era all in full bearing. Cash or terma. Address HOORELIUS & DICK AGENTS i 126 Means Block. Phone Rad Ml Lewiston, Idaho. ATTENTION Advertisers To insure insertion of ad copy must be in by 10 o'clock of day ad is to appear. Copy for ads of one-half page or over must be in night proceeding day which it is to appear. The earlier the copy reaohee The Teller the better will be the com position and the better the position given it. Call up Main 261 for our adver tising man.