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DIAMOND MARSTON KNOCKS LEWISTON HIGH Vents Spleen by Accusing Boys Who Outclass His, of "Cold Feet" Because the Lewiston High school track team does not see fit to enter a contest with the Spokane High school giving as Its excuse, which Is Teal, and not because of fear of the outcome of the meet, that th* date of the proposed contest comes öfter the school is closed. Manager Marston of he Spokane High accuses (he local -ys of hav'iig "cold feet ' And at the saine time he takes tae opportunity to put In a ■'nock again. 1 »* t C Lewiston earn to the sporting editor of lhe Spokesman ■ Review. The Lewiston boys are Inclined to consider the source' 'of the knock, hey feel that they can hardly be cen red for not Jumping at the oportunl of meeting on a track again a bunch om a school that permits of the "row yism" displayed three years ago by host towards guests. Just because he host did not happen to defeat the sitors at athletics. Marston Put* in "Knock." Manager Marston'» Interview in part Hows: "Why are they kicking about three ears ago?" asks Manager Roy Mars "None of the students who were in school three years ago are In now, n If Lewlson did have anything to ck about that far back Into ancient istory. "It's funny to me that Lewiston has ot said anything about three years until after last fall's football me. Always before that time all e athletic contests between Spokane nd Lewiston were so close that the Irtt of. rivalry was very keen and wlston was saying nothing about »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 jost, or locate the owner of something that you have found. WANT AD RATES Count six letters to the word and sixwords to the line. ^ir*t insertion, per line .........$ .OS Subsequent insertion, per line.... M Per month, per line.............. £0 HELP WANTED. j WANTED—Salesman; many make $100 to $160 per month; some even more; stock clean; grown on reser vation; far from old orchards; cash advanced weekly; choice of territory. Address Washington Nursey Co., Toppenlsh, Wash. tf Ranted—A n office girl at the Lew iston laundry. pANTED —a girl as an apprentice In dressmaking. Apply Room 414 Welsgerber bldg. tf PLANTED—An apprentice girl to learn dressmaking. Apply Room 3, Lewiston hotel. |-l* PLANTED—For U. 8. Army: Able bodled unmarried men between ages 21 and 35; citizens of United States; of good character and tem perate habita, who can speak, read and wrtt. English. For Information a PPly to Recruiting Officer, 300 Main •treet, Lewiston, Idaho. tf TED — Miners — Coeur d'Alene m r,eg - Shaft men, $4.00 machine $3.50; timber men, 34.00; ight-hour day. Mines healthy; ac ^'mtnodatlons flrst-clase; good •chools. Apply to J. L. Bayne. Wal Idaho, or H. R. McBride. Ward Der Uaho. S-29 CLEANING AND REPAIRING^ '^I-Lard PRESSING PARLORS - uhes cl ®aned, presed and repalr e Phone Red 111 and have the w agon call. Ponard £ çq bad treatment. Last fall we beat Lew* iston at football 33 to 0. It's signifi cant to a man up a tree that they Should start to holler about three years ago right now. Thinks Spirit Is Broken. "The fact Is that they have persist ently refused to give our track and baseball manager any satisfaction this spring. They have delayed answering our letters for a month or so and then have answered them Insolently. It looks to me as If last fall had kind of broken their spirit and as If they sim ply did not want to risk a meeting with either of our teams now. As long as they were on equal terms with us they could stand for rough treatment they claim they received but after they are very decisively beaten then they fall back on that as an excuse for not wanting to play us." CRESCENT CITY DERBY SATURDAY NEW ORLEANS La. March 22.—To morrow the banner event of the win ter turf season the classic CrescentCity Derby will be run and won at the Fair al keen interest among turf followers and a record breaking crown is ex pected at the track, It will be the fifteenth renewal of the history of the race which year by year has grown in value and import ance until this year the winner will pull down a purse of $10000 the first of its size ever offered here. From present Indications the horses that will go to the post will comprise as fast a loit_ of three-year-olds as ever faced the starter's flag. Betting on the race is already very brisk and an immense amount of money will change hands on the race. Honors for Carl Hall. Carl Hall, the Spokane boy who Is attending the University of Wash ington, won high honors at Seattle last Saturday, In the interclass field and track meet, winning almost one-fourth of the points of the meet. He will be 'pitted against Dan Kelly In the indoor ' meet March 29 at the univers! tv. ATTORN ET8 . ii. ORR McMHNiMT.—Attorney at law. Office In Room 116, Mark Means block, Lewiston, Idaho. #. D. CULVER, ATTORNET AT LAW Rooms 308-0 Welsgerber Ballding. B. 8. CROW, Attorney at Law. Saite 8X6 Welsgerber Block. Phone Main 11. JAMES E, BABB. ATTORNET AT LAW—Practices in state and federal courts of Idaho and 1 Washington. iSoRGHf W. TANNAHILlT Lawyer— Practices in all State and Federal Courts sf Idahe and Washington. Rooms 5, 0, 7, Nsw Porter BMg. Phone Main 337. J0HN80N A dTOOBWt, LAWYER« Rooms 817, 318 Wstogerber Block T. B. WEST—ATTORNET AT LAW. Will practice In all the court* ol Idaho and before U. 8. land office. Rooms (formerly occupied by U. 8 land office) In Lewiston National Bank Building. Phone No. 2831. EYE SPECIALIST. J. R. CLAIBORNE, ' Optician E^yes properly fitted to glasses. Satisfac tlon guaranteed. Call at Lake's Jewelry store. George SECRET SOCIETIES LEWISTON LODGE OF EJLKS, NO 896—Meets every rfrst and third Thursday of each month at the Woodman hall. Geo. Hester, exalted ruler: Chas. W Mount^ secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTRiAS—Excelsior lodge No. 2, K. of meets e^ery Wednesday evening at $ o'clock. Visiting Knights ilway welcome. H. Berg, C. C.; F. H. Wood. 1C R. A 8 - RESULTS AT OAKLAND AND ♦ ♦ ASCOT. Winners at Ascot. Fir:(t Race—Seljlng; seven-eighths mile: Revolt first, Kudolfo second, Stoessel third. Second Race—Selling; one mile: Piquet first, Joyner second, Lucrèce third. Third Race—Selling: Brooks' course: Fresias first, Jack Adams second, Ro man Boy third. Fourth Race — Handicap; three fourths mile: Von Tromp first, Don Domo second, Pantoufle third. Fifth Race—Selling; one mile: Fon casta first, Geo. E. Milner second, Lil lie B. third. Sixth Race — Selling; seven-six teenths mile: Sister Julia first, Lukes Thrush second, Ed Davis third. Winner* at Emeryville. First Race—Selling; half mile: Husky first. Rustler second, Willie T. third. Second Race—Selling; five-eighths mile: Princess Wheeler first. Eleva tion second. The Reprobate third. Third Race—Selling; mile and one sixteenth: Lazell first, Lone Wolf second, Eduardo third. Fourth Race—Selling; one mile: Kogo first, Mable Hollander second, Lord Rossington third. Fifth Race—Selling; three-fourths mile: Comllfo first, Hedgethom sec ond, Magrane third. Sixth Race—Purse; seven-eighths mile: Eudora first, Méchant second, Johnny Lyons third. GOOD RACING AT THE MEADOWS That The Meadows, the Seattle race track, will be a veritable horse heaven this summer cannot be denied, and It is now a question where to put the many stables that will be shipped here. One hundred and fifty new stalls have been ordered but the new addi tion will not meet the requirements, and the nominators to the stake events will be taken care of first, but what DENTISTS W. F. GALBRAITH. DEL -ifaT. Ro< m 2U2 New idaht Tiust Building. Plume 2493. I ewlstcn Idaho UR. BOSTON, DENTIST: ttuoin 2 U Adams Block. Phone Meia 264. PH YSIClANo 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 GEON. Room 205. Welnçerber Ulk DIL HURLBUT, PHYSiCIAN AND SURGEON. Houma 3. 4, 6. Thiessen Block. J. E. McLAUGHLIN, M. D„ Physician and Surgeon, 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 of healing all cura ble diseases. Dr. J. W. MulUnlx, Prop., first floor over Moxley's Drug Store, cor. Third and Main. Phone Red 1191. MAGNETIC HEALING. PROF. F. C. HAGEL, Magnetic, Mas sage and Electric Treatments. Room 10 Bee Hive Block, Liewlston, Idaho. • AMUSEMENTS. SHOOTING GALLERT— Targets of all kind* Numerous prises offered. A nice place to spend a few spare mo ment* Come and try your "L" End of Fourth street on Main. D. E. Brockus, Prop. TIMBER LANDS WANTED—I need some more timber claims at one* J. M. Malloy. SHOE REPAIRING. Go to The People's Shoe Shop and ge: your money's worth. Half soles: Men's, 75c; ladies', 60c; children's, 50c; rubber heel* 60c. Wooster Bros., Props., 676 East Main.; half block east of M. E. Church. CONTRACTORS. I. T. MaDGV 'CK, CONTRACTOR A BUILDER, 1 ewlston. Idahe George Boggs, Carpenter and Contrac tor. All kinds of Jobbing, saw filing, etc. Office and shop. 92 Third St., the small fry will do for accommoda tions for man and beast is a problem that will be hard to solve. Advices from California indicate an influx of horsemen that will fairly swamp all before them; there is nowhere else to go and Seattle will be the Mecca. Ascot eloss on March 30, and Oak land on May II, and then eastward will the ponies take their course, but already the management has placed an obstacle in their way, for and order has been Issued to allow no horses on the track before May 15. This stops the Ascott owners from flilllng the stalls in advance of the better class of horsemen, who will want to finish the season at Oakland and In this move the fine hand of Horace Eg bert is shown. Robert Leighton la now looking after the stake entries, and the wise owner will enter liberally In the mixed events to b sure of stable soon. Seattle Is a great racing city, and this season will undoubtedly be the record breaker In the history of the pretty track In the Duwamlsh valley. CLUBS TO PLAY CHESS BY CABLE NEW YORK, March 22.—The Amer ican team of college chess players com pleted their work of training and prac ticing today in preparation for the cable chess match with the English team tomorrow. The American team is made up of players representing Columbia, Har vard, Yale and Princeton, while play ers of Oxford and Cambridge univer sities make up the English team. If the Americans win It will mean the recovery of the Isaac L. Rice tro phy, which has been abroad since 1903. Play will begin tomorrow morning, the American end of the contest being conducted from the quarters of the Isaac L. Rice Chess club in Second av nue. The contest will continue until 6 o'clock In the evening, when tfie matches left unfinished will be adju dicated by W. E. Napier, who has been selected as refeçee. I OSTEOPATHS. DRS. A. S. COON & MART E. COON, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. — Graduates under the founder, A, T. Still at American School of Osteo pathy, Klrksville, 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. Christens V. McNssI, osteopathic physician, graduate of the American School of Osteopathy at Klrksville, 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. 215-13 Idaho Trust Bldg. Phones: Office, Main 61; residence, Black 1841. All dis eases treated. Glasses fitted. CHIROPRACTIC. DR. J. B. GABLE, Chiropractic, Chronic diseases a specialty. Rheu matism, Asthma. Heart, Liver and Kidney Troubles, Paralysis, Deaf ness, Neuralgia. Headaches and all Female Difficulties. For .estlmonlaie call at office. Room* X and > Ne» Porter block, Lewlstou, 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 1822. ARCHITECTS. l. E. TOLTRTELLOTTE A CÔ.7 AR CHITECTS Room 1 Dent A Butlei Building. $1" Main St. Phone Red 691 H. N. BLACK, Architect, office Bee Hive Block. MANICURING AND MASSAGING. Clean nails, Uke clean Ilsen, are quite essential Idea] Main louring Parlors. Managed by Ida M. Mobley, Bee Hive Block. LOUGH PITCHES A GREAT GAME After pulling himself out of several holes with an exhibition of great head work, a hard luck story explains the losing of yesterday's game for "Roxey" Lough, the Normal tosser. Throughout the game he held up well. He made a one, two, three story in two consecutive Innings, either striking out his men or putting them out on short, easy, Infield hits, for they positively could not find his curly Infield drop for a long drive In to the outfield. The outfield hits made were dropped squarely Into the hands of the boys tending to the outer gardens, particu larly McCormack, who was holding down the summer fallowed ground in left. On different occasions, with three men on bases Lough would pick the next one with the funny ball he throws. With a man on third part of the time, half way home, and the batter hitting a short one into Lough's hands, he invariably brought hts cool head into action and seared the run back while outed the runner at first. Truly, Lough will make a second Peedy Davis say the Normal fans. The bunch of bums In the eighth was a bit of misfortune that comes to the best of twlrlers at times. Heavyweight Boxing Contest. OMAHA Neb. March 22.—Jack Johnson the colored heavyweight of Topeka and IfBlg Jim" McCormack (former sparing partner of John L. Sullivan, are carded for a 15-round bout In Omaha tonight under the au spices of the Obthoff Athletic club. It will be their second meeting in the ring. The two are regarded as even ly matched and are counted upon to put up a slugging match. Helena, Mont.—Four men are blown up through the carelessness of one of their number tamping a hole In which a charge of dynamite had not been discharged. ROOMS FOR RENT. HOTEL LEWISTON—Steam heat, hot and cold water In rooms Free baths. Mrs. Ellen Carlton, Phpne Main 320, Elchenberger building. FOR SALfc. STOP AND CONSIDER. Machine shops, freight depot, at the terminal grounds , East Lewiston. This means homes for employes and, therefore, business opportunities. We have lots on Main street and trackage for $500, and inside lots $350. Easy terms. Something Is going to happen In that Porter-Mc Leod tract We advise you to In vest. FENTON & LOWE, Real Es tate, 317 Main street, Lewiston, Ida. FOR SALE—One thousand roses, two years old, consisting of 100 varieties. Also 300 dozen pansies, daisies and for-get-me-nots. Fred Garby, south of cemetery. 3-25 FOR SALE—A good lot 64x142, cor ner 17th and Carson Ave. Inqulr- 1 of L. A. Cole. 4-3. . FOR SALE;—A good moquette car pet, 18^4x14. Any person desiring a first-class carpet will find a bar gain. Call at Teller office. FOR SALE—Two pool tables and one billiard table. Apply to W. M. Wal ton, city. KAM1AH VALLEY PRODUCES ALL kinds of fruits, berries, sweet pota toes, tebacco, broom corn, sweet and field com. alfalfa, melons, sugarcane, grapes, buckwheat, etc., without Ir rigation. I have the ' land. Chas. Hofstetter, real estate agent, Kaml ah, Idaho. F*OR SALE—Cheap. Horse, harness and wagon. Inquire at L. Waldman, Ninth street and Tenth avenue. 3-27 FUR SALE;—1,000 strawberry plants for sale. Call on or address 261 Main. FOR SALE—Household goods; also one Singer sewing machine. 22* Seventeenth street. \ 3-27 FDR SALE—-A new 60-horse power holler and engine, suitable for saw mill purposes. Address F. Glenn, Box 292, Lewiston, Idaho. Wkly. 2-t WASHINGTON 9; LEWISTON 2 Lough "Blows Up" ia Eighth and Visitors Make 4 Ruas By a score of 9 to 2 the Washington State college nine defeated the Lew iston State Normal school team on tha Normal grounds yesterday afternoon. The game was interesting and fea tureful from the start. Two doubl* plays, a forced run and several sen sational plays, made the game lively. The Normal team "blew up" In the last half of the eighth Inning, when the Washington boys bunched their hits and ran in four runs. The bunt hit proved the winning of the game for the W. S. C. boys, five of them being used to great advantage la the eighth. Brown of the W. S. C.s secured two hits, and Bruce Cleveland and Whit comb of the Normal, followed suit with a couple. Meyers, Weller and Mc Cully secured one each for the W. S.CS. and Ira Cleveland and Whitcomb for the Normal each hit once. Lough Forces in Run. Lough allowed but six hits, five of which were secured In the eighth ln lnlng, and struck out eight men. Mc Cully for the W. S. C., struck out It men, and allowed six hits. In the fifth Inning with three men an bases, Lough struck Thompson with a pitched ball, forcing Brown to score for 1V. S. C. Ira Cleveland for the Normal proved the man who did the work with Lough, he maklnk a reputation for sensation al base stealing, scoring two of tho three runs made. His brothc- Bruc* made the other score. The game was umpired by Paul Thyng. The score by Innings was; Normal—0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0—Total * W. S. C.—0 0 2 0 3 0 0 4 0—Total Ä. Look Here! f'T-1 Tftf Here Is a Snap A four-acre track in Vineland; flva* room houac, good building* Trees ara all in full bearing. Cash or term* Address H00REL1US & DICK AGENTS 126 Means Block. Phene Red «1 Lewiston, Idaho. ATTENTION Advertisers To inouro insertion of ad copy must bo in by 10 o'clock of day ad Is to appear. Copy for ads of one-half page or over muet be in night proceeding day which it is to appear. The earlier the copy reaches The Teller the better will be the com position and the better the petition given It. Call up Main 261 for our adver tising man.