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THE GRAND LEADER
! Ulh m Boys' XnasQQjy Wear for Easter Every metier makee ■ epeelal effort to dreee her boye in the new* ®et and neater garment« at thle eeaeon of the year. If appearanoe ever oounta, it oounta Juat now; and if a «tore waa ever prepared to plooee ita ouetomera, It la thia «tore at juat thia time. A half hour*» inspection of the Juvenile section in this store will interest you and demonstrate how easy it is to dress well and save also Suita for Little Chapa—ages 9f/z to 10 years, beautifully tailored Vom handeo me quality serges, grey worsteds, fancy mixtures end eaaeimereat sailor blouse, Junior and Russian effects; richly trimmed with silk sou* tache and braid. Price, $6.00. Boys' Suits—ages 7 to 17 years; double-bdeasted and Norfolk styles, smartly tailored. The newest long cut effeots, form fitting baok and aide vent; ma teriale are casai meres, worsteds, fancy mixtures, cheviots, serges and thibeta. Prioe, $8.00. The J. Alexander Co. Bulk and Package Garden, grass & flower SEEDS Garden Toolar " - Pumpe, Eté, CHARLES H. LILLY'S HutlLTRY SUPPLIES Ground Oyster Shell. Ground Bone. Holly Chiek Food. Bono Mills and Incubators. M A R K MEANS Wholesale and Retail. Phone Main 2. Lewieton, Idaho. ---... ♦ FLASHES FROM THE WIRE. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Florence, Ala.—Cleveland Harding, a negro, was lynched here by a mob of about 800 citizens. Including the hus band of his Intended victim. The hus band fired the first of 880 shots. Chicago, 111. ..The railway trainmen have voted to strike if their demands for increased wages and shorter hours are not granted by the railroads. Washington, D. C.—The total expor. tation of meat, dairy products and food animals from the United States fcst year aggregated over 1250,000,000 In value, according to a statement is sued by the bureau of statistics. Sacramento, Cal.—Down river lev ees continue to crumble away, and land to be Inundated. Managua, Nisaraugua.- T \| .. aguan soldiers are seid to have cap tured Choluteca, Honduras, and that President Bonilla has fled. Washington, D, C.—The weather bu reau has announced that the eastern hotw ave has been broken It snowed j At Albany, N. Y., yest erday. j - New York.—For the first time on a Sunday since his Incarceration, Thaw's Wife visited him yesterday. Leavenworth, Kans.— W. J. Cook, aged «4, a member of the Fourteenth Missouri cavalry during the civil war, has succumbed to ptomaine poisoning ♦ a J New York.—Eeleven race horses **** burned In buildings destroyed at Sheephead Bay track yesterday. Among Sot^sTr Prud6nce ' Plne aoth, Sir William Johnson and Star of at the soldiers' home as the result of eating tainted hash. About 900 of the soldiers were made sick. About 75 of them are in a critical condition. _ Washington, D. C.—Advices from Shanghai to the effect that the people blame the government for the famine, and that foreigner* must placate their feelings to save the present dynasty, the Ocean. Washington, D. C.—It i* denied that a pardon was ever offered to former United States Senator Burton a few days after his incarceration in the Ironton county Jail. Madrid.—Prayers are being offered for the queen in her accouch ment and for her speedy restoration to health. Los Angeles, Cal.—Two Santa Fe tra ns . arne together in the city limits last night, killing at least seven per sons, most of them students. j __ j Washington, D. C.-Secretary Cor- telyou an I Timothy Woodruff, chair man of t: republican state committee of New York, discussed national poli tics for two hours last evening with President Roosevelt. Century Printing Co. Phone Blaok 601. Basement Lowieton Natl. Bank. ! r ♦ PERSONAL8. ♦ C. F. Grimm is in Spokane. L K. Arnold has returned to Col fax. Mrs. Pelton Is In town from Wood side. William Ramsey has gone o Spo kane. Mrs. L. J. Pearson has returned to Lenore. Miss Alta Collins has returned to Pul man. Mrs. R. G. D. Porter has returned to Jullaetta. Charles Wood is in Lewiston from Culdesac. James Pearce visited at Kendrick yesterday. Mrs. R. L. Easton has gone to Sal ding on a visit C. B. Watkins has returned from a trip to Culdesac. Charles Zellar was In town yester day from Spalding. Mr and Mrs. George Ream have left for Michigan to reside. G. V. Evans of Clarkston has gone to Garfield for a few days. Mrs Mackwlth has returned to Spo kane after a visit with Miss Booth. I. N. Stockton has returned from a visit with relatives at Palouse City. Miss Alice Scully has returned to the Washington State college at Pull man. Miss L. B. Steadman and Miss Mable Loy have returned to Pullman after a visit in Clarkston. Attorney G. W. Tannahlll went to Oakesdale. Wash., this morning on professional business. Judge S. S. Denning of Moscow ar rived yesterday to argue the Nelson case in the supreme court. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. MeClurg of Sum mit have gone to Jullaetta where Mrs. MeClurg will take medical treatment. F. A. Dresser left this morning for his logging camps near Troy where he has a force of men getting out tim ber for his milling plant. Captain Schattner, United States deputy marshal left this morning for Bonners Ferry to serve some subpoe nas in civil cases coming before the federal court. M. Zimmerman, a hardware merch ant of. Anatone, was a visitor in the city today Mr. Zimmerman reports business good in the Anatone country and predicts a prosperous season for farmers and stockmen. Mr. and Mr. Frank Baughman of P^nndleton, Oregon, passed through the city yesterday en route to the Grand Ronde country, where they will visit Mrs. Baughman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Shumaker. S. Holee, president of the Holee Lumber company at Forest, was in the city today and left for a business visit at Oroflno. Captain Stump left this morning for the lower Snake river to arrange for again entering the service of the O. R Ik N. company for the summer. G. W. Hedrick of Kalama, Washing ton, who was a visitor in the city, left today for a trip through Asotin county. Mr. Hedrick is looking for a business location and has received many fa orable of he Lewiston and Asotin ountry. Attorney G. W. Suppiger Is in the Kendrick. ( came down from Martin Meuli Edson Briggs left this morning for T. D. Barton and famll returned to >me at Lapwai this afternoon S. D. Hollister of the Valley Lumber A. S. Fraser of Oroflno was a busi less visitor in the city this morning Robert Jones returned to Orangeville Nat Brown left on the afternoon train for a trip into the timber belt. Attorney Edwin McBee Is in the city today from Rathdrum on business before the supreme court. William Davison arrived in Lewis ton this morning from Palouse on a short business trip. Mra Phoebe Oddington returned to Clarkston this morning from Dolllver, Missouri, where she visited for the past year. Mrs. Coddington is the mother of Mrs. F. O. O'Brien, who re "ides at the corner of Cycamore and Thirteenth streets Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baughman left ° n the A * ot,n «»age this morning to visit friends at the Schumacher ranch I ! near the mouth of the Grand Ronde river. In WEATHER REPORT. ♦ Forecast made at Portland, Oregon, for Lewiston and Vicinity for tonight and tomorrow: Occoslonal rain tonight and Tuesday. Following data recorded at local United States 'Weather Bureau office: Maximum temperature 47; m'nl mum temperature, S3: mean tempera ture 40; precipitation. Of). L. M. DEY, JR,, Official In charge. ^ *■ Free hot lunch at the IM- ♦ * PERIAL BAR, 282 Mein 9t Re- - * suite on all «porting «vente daily • * by epoofal wire. * Free entertainment every eve- « wing. « Teller ada bring reeulta. A. D. H. M. S. St. J. ♦ to to to a a a CLARKSTON TO BE BIG BOOSTER Preparations Being Made For Hass Meeting In Near Fntnre Clarkston Bureau Evening Teller. CLARKSTON, Wash., March 25.— Clarkston is to become an active fac tor In the Lewiston-Clarkston booster organization which is to work for a population of 50,000 by 1911.. Preparations are being made by the officers of the Chamber of Com-* merce, among them Messrs. Hooper, Nelson, Yount, and Ransom, for an enthusiastic boosters' meeting In Clvkaton the latter part of this week. It was first planned to hold the meet ing on Saturday evening, but because of the inability of business men to attend that night the date will be changed. The meeting will be along much the same lines as that at Lewiston last Friday evening. Gregg Leaves Local Nine. Vean Gregg will leave Clarkston tonight for Brookings, South Dakota, where he goes to attend the agricul tural college there and incidentally to pitch for the team representing that institution. He is to receive his expenses together with a moderate sum for his baseball prowess. Gregg will be missed in the local nine because of his great ability in the box, always striking out a large num ber of the men put out. His place will probably be taken by either Corey, Ferguson or McFarland. Manager Hayes says that a game will probably be played Sunday with the Uniontown team. Games will be played with the team from tb# prepar atory department of the University of Idaho while the cadets are encamped at Lewiston. Formally Reopen M E. Church. With a series of Interesting, enter taining and instructive addresses yes terday, the Methodist church was for mally reopened and dedicated. John H. Coleman, president of the Willamette university, delivered two lectures, one In the morning and one In the evening. The evening address was a discussion of "Christianity from a Reasonable Standpoint." Presiding Elder Gabriel Sykes preached in the afternoon. The church was crowded to the doors at all the services, although the seating capacity has been increased to almost twice its former size. Clarkston News Nota» L. E. Bryant, the jeweler, who has L. E. Bryant, the jeweler, who has been In Minnesota for the past three weeks, where he attended the last Ill ness of his mother, returned Sunday. Mrs. Zelgler and son, Henry, arrived this morning to visit Charles Zelgler and family, another son of Mrs. Zel gler. Dr. Paul W. Johnson has returned from Spokane. Theodore Cuningham is in the city from Asotin, where he is engaged in electrical work. Earl Richardson is In the city from Wardner en route to Kamiah where his wife is ill. He Is visiting at the home of his uncle, H. E. Bundy. A daughter was born last evening to Mrs. P. E. Bowman, on Eighth and Bridge street. J. A. Clark and wife returned this morning to their home In Waterloo, Iowa. They have been visiting at the home of W. A. Clark in Clarkston for the .past three weeks. A. E. Holcomb, a fromer partner of C. H. Stroh, is in Clarkston from the Clearwater country, on a visit. William McCarroll has traded to Levi Monroe 37 acres of land at Gar dena, taking In exchange property on Bridge and Poplar streets, also some lots in Blanchard Heights in Lewis ton. Sheriff Robert Campbell was in the city yesterday serving summons for Jurours for the April term of the su perlor court. Among those on the list was CXI McCracken, who dropped In his shop last week. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Bollinger. Edwin McBee, Rahdrum; Geo. L. Harvey Jr., Seattle; E. P. Chatfleld. Chicago; E. W. Talbott, Spokane; G. A. Ruswick, Spokane; A. R. Powell] Spokane; H. J. Horn, SL Paul; a! Underhall, Portland; H. J. Miller,' Jul iaetta; ; B. Pollock, Chicago; s'. S. Denning, Moscow; C. E. Williams, Portland; E. D. Burlingame, Spokane;' D. A. McDermott, Hlbbing, Minn.; A. H. Nan, Ferdinadd; J. f. Gorman, Oroflno; J. B. Collins, Pierce; Victon M. Smith; E. W. Murray, Spokane; S. D. Hoover, Spokane; G. W. Currlle. St. Louis. Grand. G. E. Zlmmejrman, Anatone, Mrs. Zimrneman, Anatone; Luke Glancy, Walla Walla; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baughman. Pendleton, Kit Carson, Forest; G. Hooley, Forest. Raymond. W. H. White, Vancouver; Joseph Altochell; Sam Raschnew; Louis Reschnew; H. K. Moore. Moscow; F, Becker, Sheridan; Agness Hoff, Spokane; D. J. Atkins, Oroflno; W. M. land; beck; Mitn.; Mary Fai" Y ARE YOU A Subscriber of the Lewiston Teller? If not, here is an inducement. Pay $1.00 down and ,50 per month till $6.00 has been paid, or pay $5.00 in advance and have The Evening Teller delivered to your home or place of business for one year and the Pacific Monthly For One Year Don't let this opportunity pass by. No home should be without the even ing paper. It is the paper that, you have time to read. Lewiston Evening Te^er All the News A J1 the Time .oobeck, sS, W. G. Jtltes; Wm. Anders, Wood F. J, Beckner, ranee. M. Morgan, Moscow; G. C. M Remmingon, Ore.; S. M. Lor Dygert, Dent; H. D. Brew, r Gaffney, Pierce; Arthur F land; C. M. Miller; Sheridan, Wyo.; De F Antone Kling beck; F M. T v-r'Am' '>-• .«-beck; Emll KUnger Mitn.; f -»avid. Peck; Saul Krane, Portlan «nn.: Bill Robbins, Wadena, Mary . C. ' "luer; G. N. Whlta, Fai" .Mrs. W. K. Havens, Oroflno; Y Delgell; J S. Hedrick, Twin is; R. J. Watkins, Culdesac; Peter -laus, Möhler; I* H. Share; H. J. s-Yicum; Frank Erwin, Ilo; Guy D. McCoy, Westlake; Henry Bra Walla Walla; R C. E 81 ® 111 Stacey, Spokane; E. Maskell, _ 1er, Clarkston: S. Yongue; • ley; E. Hammond and wife, L. I. Randall, Elendale. ~ T Irwin. Ho; T. A. Hardenbrope, ah; Noah Cornett; A. W. ® Mr. end Mrs. P. Kramrfr. Wllcoxen; B. J. Bay. N. n.;F C L. Carthage, Sand« Mo.—Arthur has been acquitted of the k ' 11,n ^ Dr. Solomon D. Meredith, * love to Mra. Sanderson.