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SPORTING BOXING DIAM OND normals hope WIN TWO GAMES Friday and Saturday Will Play University of Idaho To win the games with the Univer dty of Idaho Friday and Saturday af ternoons, and theerby regain laurels loet in the games with the Washing ton State college nine, is the avowed purpose of the Lewiston State Normal school players. The Idaho team has had very little prsctice, as was the case with the Pull man boys, and will consequently be somewhat handicapped. Lough has been working hard the put week with Kettenbach catching him and promises to hold together bet ter than in the last game with the Pullman college. The remainder of the Normal lineup will remain practically unchanged. Small, an old Lewiston High boy, and Cru» and Fluhardy, former stu dent at the Normal school, are this year playing with the 'Varsity team. "Deac" Wyman, well known among the school athletic teams of Lewiston, has recently been elected captain of the nine. , | j * I ♦ AMONG THE MINOR LEAGUES ♦■ ♦ ♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ -»♦-♦ Pitcher Graham, who helped to win the Centra! league pennant last year, for Grand Rapids, will plteh this sea son for Shreaveport, La. The veteran catcher Hine Spies will »gain do the back stop work for Los Angeles. The Pacific Coast league will start the season with only four clubs, Los Angeles, Portland, Oakland and San ^TELLER WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS« K 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 <*t, or locate the owner of something that you have found. WANT AD RATES Count six letters to tha word and sixwords to the line. First insertion, per line ......... % .OS Subsequent insertion, per line... Per month, per line.............. 30 .03 HELP HELP WANTED. Wanted—S alesman; many make $100 to $160 per month; some even more; stock clean; grown en reiser tttlon; far from old orchards; cash •dvaaeed weekly; aholce of territory. Address Washington Nursey Ce. Toppen!*», Wash. tf WANTED—An office girl at the Lew l*ton laundry. SALE:—Household effects of all kinds; queens ware, glassware, etc. _ Q street 8-28. WANTED—Walter at Hotel De V France. ^ "w TK ^ FOr U- a Army; Able led unmarried men between ages j* 21 and 35; otttaens of United te«; of good character and tem Perale bablte, who can apeak, read wrH * Bnalleh. F\w Information •PPly to Recruiting Officer. 800 Main ltrwt , Lewiston, Idaho. tf ' ~ Miners — Coeur d'Alene "**' Shaft men, |4.00 machine ' * 3 -50; timber men, 84.00; ,.„ hour da y. Mines healthy; ac schn 11 | 0îdt * 0n8 fl rst-class; good u °*' Apply J ' L. Bayne, Wal ner'm^ 0, ° r H ' R McBr,d *- Ward Mah0 - 3-29 CLEANING AND REPAIRING. ^ RD pRE8SINO parlors ed. 8 cl " aned - preseJ and repalr none Red lu and have the ^ eoa can. PolIard & Co _ Francisco. All four cities are fine sup porters of the game, but the P. C. L. really needs no more clubs to become a well balanced organizalon. Vicksburg is the only city in the Cotton State league where Sunday ball can be played this year. According to the schedule of the new Northwestern league each «-ries, of games is to cover one week. The name of the Southern Michigan league has been changed to the Michi gan State league. Duluth wanted a berth in the Wis consin State league this year but was turned down. Three former South Atlantic league managers are In the Virginia State league this season. They are Charlie Shaffer of Richmond, Jack Grim of Lynchburg and Bob Pender of Nor folk. The squabble In San Antonia over the use of the baseball park has been settled and the fans there are happy. Manager McKinnon of the Allan town club in the Atlantic league says signed Larry Hesterfer of the Toronto Eastern league team. Charley Dexter, the veteran catcher, has signed with the Williamsport club in the Tri-State league. At the present time it looks as if the Western league will not l^e able to add either Topeka or Wichita, of the Western association, to its circuit. The salary limit of the new Gulf Coast league has been placed at $5.850 a month, exclusive of the manager's stipend. President Charles Morton of the Ohio and Pennsylvania league has tak en charge of the Youngstown team and will hold the position until a new company Is organized. What a great state Pennsylvania is for baseball. With representative clubs in the National, American, Tri-State, ATTORN EY8. G. ORR McMBNixdY.—Attorney at law. Office In Room 116, Mark Means block, Lewtsten, Idaho. *'. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms 808-8 Welsgerber Building. B. S. CROW, Attorney at Law. Suite 316 Welsgerber Block. Phene Main 1L JAMES E, BABB. ATTORNEY AT LAW—Practises In state and federal courts of Idaho and Washington. GEOROE W. TANNAHHLL, Lawyer Practices in all State and Federal Courts ef Idaho and Washington. Rooms 5, 6, 7, New Porter Bldg. Phone Main 337. JOHNSON A aTOOiST, LAWYERS Rooms 817, 818 Welsgerber Block. 7. B. WEST—ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice In aE the courts ol Idaho and before U. S. land office. Rooms (formerly occupied by U. S. Und office) in Lewiston National Bank Building. Phone No. 2881. EYE SPECIALIST. J. R. CLAIBORNE, Optician. Eyes properly fitted to glasses. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Call at George Lake's Jewelry store. SECRET SOCIETIES LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS, NO. 896—Meets every first and third Thursday of each month at the Woodman hall. Geo. Rester, exalted ruler; Chas. W. Mount, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Excelsior lodge No. 2, K. of P., meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights alway welcome. H. Berg, C. C.; F. H. Wood, K. R. A S Ohio ^md Penns^iyania and Maryland, New York State, Inter-St^te, Western Pennsylvania, and a number of smaller leagues you will have to think a bit to } beat the old Keystone state, — Pitchers Adkins and Burchell, the : two veteran "Orioles," will again do slab work for the Baltimore team this season. John T. Powers^ ex -president of the Wisconsin league, is organizing a Colo rada state league. Jack Menefee is getting together a good lot of players for his McKeesport team in the P. O. M. league. JOHN L. KNOCKS HEAVY WEIGHTS The present lineup of heavyweight champions is a bunch of dubs, and if the claimants of the title, from Jeffries down, keep up their present course, they are going to kill the game In this country, according to John L. Sulli van. The demand of James J. Jeffries for a $30,000 purse, win, lose or draw, oc casioned John L. more alarm than anything else. He sets In this demand only commercialism which will sour the sporting public on the game. When this support is withdrawn he says that the element which is always opposed to boxing will step in and without op position secure the enactment of laws which will put the game to bed for keeps. "The idea of this fellow Jeffries de manding such a sum on those condi tions," he exclaimed. "If he thinks he is worth it. why didn't he go out and fight for it? If these chaps would act decently and half-way sportsmanlike, the game would psosper. What Is going to happen? Boxing in a few years Is going to get its final black eye." Century Printing Co. Phone Black 501. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank Teller ads bring results. DENTISTS VV. F. GALUIH ITR, DENTIST. Room 202 New Idaho Tiust Building. Phone 2493. I-ewiston Idaho. DR. BOSTON. DBNT1ST. Room 20, Adams Block. Phone Mate 254. PHYSICIAN* 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, Wgtpçorber Blk DR. HUP.LBUT, PHYSiCIAN AND SURGEON. Rooms 3, 4. 5, ThlesseD Block. J. E. MCLAUGHLIN, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, office Rooms 3 and 4 New Porter block. Residence 522 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. Mulllnlx, Prop., first floor over Mosley'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. Lewiston, Idaho. AMUSEMENTS. SHOOTING GALLERY—Targets of all kind» Numerous prises offered. A nice place to spend a few spare mo ments. Come and try your 'X" End of Fourth street on Main. D. K. Brockus, Prop. TIMBER LANDS WANTED—I need some more timber claims at once. J. M. Malloy. SHOE REPAIRING. Go to The People's Shoe Shop and get 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 MaDGW'CK. CONTRACTOR A BUILDER, 1 ewtston, Idahc George Boggs, Carpenter and Contrac tor. All kinds of Jobbing, saw filing, etc. Office and shop, 92 Third St., } : ♦ RESULTS AT OAKLAND AND ♦ - ASCOT. Winners at Ascot. First Race—Selling; eleven-six teenths mile; Miss Fidgety first, Joan of Arc second, Buna third. Time, 1:11. Second Race—Selling; one mile: Ho Col Cap first. Tendercrest second, Lu crèce third. Time, 1:44. Third Rare—Selling: three-fourths mile: The Roustabout first. Cock Sure second, Merlingo third. Time, 1:14%. Fourth Race—Selling; one mile: Avalon first, Commedain second, Mo hur third. Time, 1:45. Fifth Race—Purse: one mile: Judge Nelson first, Gilpin second, Edwin T. Fryer third. Time. 1:42%. Sixth Race—Selling: three-fourths mile: Mazapan first, Hirtle second, Interlude third. Time, 1:17. Winners at Emeryville. First Race—Selling: three-fourths mile: Last Faustus first, Dick Wilson second. King Thorpe third. Time, 1:18. Second Race—Selling: three-fourths mile: Calendar first, Tetanus second, Nancy W. third. Time, 1:18 2-5. Third Race—Selling: three-fourths mile: Mimo first, Eduardo second, Marie H. third. Time, 1:17 2-5. Fourth Race—Selling; mile and one sixteenth: Briers first. Little Mirthful second. Bonar third. Time, 1:53. Fifth Race—Selling: eleven-six teenths mile: Nonie Lucile first, Gate way seeond. Beeehwood third. Time, —Purse; fifteen-six Pontotoc first, Tarp Wolf third. Time, j I j j i 1:11 1-5. Sixth Race tenths mile: peonnd. Lone 1:38 3-5. (ii/in 11 r FACES A JURY DAVENPORT, la., March 27.—Harry Tibbetts of Peoria, better known as Young Kid Farmer, a lightweight pug ilist, and his manager, Dan Dillin, were arraigned before Police Judge Roddwig today to stand trial for their 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. Christ«na V. McNeil, osteopathic pkyeiclan. graduate of the American School of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Mo. Acute aad chronic diseases treated; diseases of women a spe cialty. Office room 139 Means' building; phene Main 119; 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. 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 isstlmonlalc call at office, (loom* 1 aad 8 New Porter block, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone Black 751. HOUSE MOVING. HOUSE MOVING and foundation work. Schmidt & Blume, successors to J. C. Livensparger, corner Third and C streets. tf Phone Red 1922. ARCHITECTS. J. E. TOURTELLOTTE A CO.. AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent A Butlei Building, 81" Main St. Phone Red 691. H. N. BLACK, Architect, office Bee Hive Block. M. F. TALK, house moving and rais ing. 97 Snake River avenue, Lewis ton, Idaho. alleged participation in a cutting affray on the night of March 12. The alleged victim of the fracas, James Graham, has so far recovered from his wounds as to be able to leave the hospital. It is believed that he will not push the prosecution of the pugilist and his manager. COLLEGE BALL GAMES TODAY Princeton vs. Hampden-Sldney at Norfolk, Va. Cornell University vs. Trinity at Durham, N. C. Columbia university vs. the Naval Cadets at Annapolis, Md. New York university vs. St. Francis at New York City. Lafayette college vs. Washington and Lee at Lexington, Ky. Ntewberry college vs. Presbyterian college of South Carolina at Newberry, S. C. University of Georgia vs. Gordon Institute at-Athens, Ga. AUTO SHOWS DURING APRIL April 1-6—Show of the St, Louis automobile dealers' association. April 1-13—Second International automobile show at Montreal, Canada. April 6-13—Annual motor show in Agricultural hall, London. April 8-13—Show of the Pittsburg automobile dealers' association. April 21—Touring contest, automo bile club of Touraine. April 28—Chateau Thierry hill climb. Egg-le-taire. The ladies of the Christian church will give an egg-le-taire supper Satur day evening, March 30, in the Mark Means building, in the room adjoining the Empire Land company's office. MANICURING AND MASSAGING. Clean nails, like clean linen, are quite essential. Ideal Manicuring Parlors. Managed by Ida M. Mobley, Be» Htve Block. MUSICIAN KARL BAUMGAERTEL. musical di rector and teacher. Music for all occasions. Room 4, Hotel Assembles. Phone Main 28. ROOMS FOR RENT. HOTEL LEWISTON—Steam heat, hot and cold water In rooms. Free b&thv. Mrs. Ellen Carito», Phone Main 220, Elchenberger building. FOR SALE. 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 3 BOO, and Inside lots 3350. Easy terms. Something Is going to happen In that Porter-Mc Leod tract We advise you to In vest. FENTON A LOWE, Real Es tate, 817 Main street, Lewiston, Ida. FOR SALE—A good lot, 64x142, cor ner 17th and Carson Ave. Inquire of L. A. Cole. 4-2. . FOR SALE—Two pool tables and one billiard table. Apply to W. M. Wal ton, city. KAMIAH VALLEY PRODUCES ALL kinds of fruits, berries, sweet pota toes, tobacco, broom com, 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. FOR SALE—Cheap. Horse, harness and wagon. Inquire at L. Waldman, Ninth street and Tenth avenue. 3-27 FOR SALE—1,000 strawberry plants for sale. Call on or address 261 Main. FOR SALE—Household goods; also one Singer sewing machine. 226 Seventeenth street. 3-27 HALL MAY COME TO LEWISTON Manager of Butte Ball Team Does Not Like Snow at Moscow With Moscow under six inches of snow and the weather cold and dis agreeable, half a dozen members of the Butte baseball team are there, practically snowed under, a long way from home, looking for practice. Because of conditions an effort ha» been made to secure the Butte team for Lewiston, to get their early spring practice. In conversation over th» long dlstajjce phone last night, Rusa Hall, manager of the Butte Miners, said to the sporting editor of the Lew iston Evening Teller:, May Bring Men to Lewiston. "We are practically snowbound in Moscow, with a probability that we will be for sorpe time. If I can mak» arangements to come to Lewiston In the morning I will take a run down there to look over conditions prepara tory to taking my men there. "There are only six of us here now. The rest of the team are being delay ed by slides and washouts. The whole team will be gathered together in a few days, when we will begin otUF active training. Don't miss the egg-le-tatre supper March 30, in the Means building. For good photos go to the Rem brandt Studio, Eighth and Main. tf Sugar and spice and everything nie» at the egg-la-taire supper, Saturday evening, in the Means building. Teller ads bring results. Century Printing Oo. Phone Blaol^ 601. Baeement Lewiston Natl. Bankr Look Here! Here Is a Snap A four-sore track in Vineland) room house, good building» Tress ■II in full bearing. Cash sr Address HOGRELIUS & DICK AGENT8 126 Moans Bleck. Phon» Red Ml Lewiston, Idaho. ATTENTION Advertisers To insure insertion of ad oopy must be in by 10 o'clock of day ad. is to appear. Copy for ads of one-half page or over must bo in night proceeding day which it is to appear. The earlier the copy reaches Tha Teller the better will be the com position and the better the position given it. Call up Main 261 for our adver tising man.