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LEADER | m 79i mm s 1 j y/ :5 f if Hi hi fa*; 1 fe \\ » I Xl&SSSD Boys' Wear for Easter Every another makes ■ special effort to dreae her boys in the new est and neatest garments at this aeaeon of the year. If appearanoe ever oounts, it oounts Just now| and if « »tore wae ever prepared to please its oustomers, it is this ators at just this time. A half hour's inspection of the Juvenile section in this store will interest you and demonstrate how easy it is to dress well and save also Boys' 8uits—ages 7 to 17 years; double-breasted and Norfolk styles, smartly tailored. Th$ newest i3Htf but efféet* form fitting baok and side vent; ma terials are c a sei meres, worsteds, fancy mixtures, oheviote, serges and thibete. Price, $8.00, Quits for Little Chaps—ages 2/z to 10 years, beautifully tailored 'jrom handsome <jup|ity §erge», ^jray worsteds, fancy mixtures and cassimereet sailor blouse, Junior and Russian effects; richly trimmed with silk sou taohe and braid. Pries, $5.00. The J. Alexander Co. Attractive Hats Att.*i::lva Prices Every other Millinery de partment expects to get the highest prices for hats now, at the budding of the season, when everyone Is enthusias tic—we don't—we make bot tom prices now, and you can buy your Easter Hat tomorrw, right at the begin ning of the season, for less than others will charge at the end. But we've merely hinted— welcome to the whole feast. The Parlor Millinery Mrs. J. L. Dubray, Proprietor CHEW PEARLO DENIAL CHEWING GUM IT MAKE 1 ' WHITE TEETH 5CTS A package at all Drug, Confectionery, Cigar and Grocery Stores. Retail trade supplied by the Idaho Grocery Co. and the Lewiston Merehantlle Co., Lewiston. PALMER MAKES POOR SHOWING Jack "Twii" Sullivan Pots Him to Sleep In Ten Rounds . LOS ANGELES, Cal., March *7.— Jack Palmer or England was no match for Jack "Twin" Sullivan of Boston, and went out In the tenth round last night of what was to have been a Ï0 round go before the Pacific Athletic club. Palmer showed no class at all and Sullivan had him at his mercy almost from the start. TJie Englishman was slow and awkward. The gong saved Palmer In the third after Sullivan had sent him to the mat with several rights to the face. The referee began counting when Palmer fell, but the gong sounded at the count of two and the Englishman's seconds helped him to his comer. Crowd Leave* Too Soon. The crowd, believing that the fight was over, started to leave at this Junc ture. Sullivan, however, did not rush maters in the fourth and Palmed cov ered up and hung on until he got hlk strength back. Sullivan shoved his man away to cut at his face with ripping rights and lefts, but failed to put his man away. In the remainder of the fight Pal mer was altogether on the defensive. In the eight round Sullivan had Pal mer groggy and knocked him to the mat three times. Twice the English man took the count of eight and the last time the gong came to his rescue. Palls Phom Exhaustion, Palmer came up weak and stagger lng In the ninth, hut clinched and hung on and Sullivan was unahle to land the finishing blow. The Englishman was so hndly exhausted that he slip ped and fell to the floor twice, once rolling over on his hack. PER80NAL8. to at Attorney S. O. Tannahill returned this morning from a business trip to Nez Perea. J. O. Adams, manager of the inde pendent telephone lines at Oroflno, is a business visitor in the city today. Fred Hovey is in the city today from Kooskla. ReOa is a visitor in the city from Fiferce. President George H. Black and Miss Edith Blckell, of the Lewiston Normal are attending the teachers' institute at Wallace this week, where they have part in the program. Z. McCall arrived in the city this morning from his place on the Pot latch. Mrs. H. K. Barnett returned this morning with a short visit with her sister, Mrs. T. D. Barton, at Lapwai C. M. Day arrived in the city this morning from Kooskia, where he is making his headquarters as superin dent of the Bitter Root forest reserve E. Steele, a Welppe merchant, ar rived yesterday. Mrs. Oster has returned to Wood side after visiting Mrs. S. A. Spear. Miss Ameda Deschamps bas gone to Culdesac for a visit. R. J. Anderson had returned to Welppe from a trip to Spokane. Charles E. Slane has gone to prairie points on business. Gus Grube is in the city from Oro fino. W. Richardson, of Oroflno, is visit ing in the dty. c j D. H. Haner has returned to Culde sac. Mike Madden has gone to Kooskla on butines*. ! J. J. Michaels has returned to Oro i flno from a visit in the Palouse coun j try. E. C. Cobb has returned to Kamiah after a visit here. O. P. Prlng has gone on & business trip In the Palouse country. H. Dixon, of Krupp, has gone to : Stites. R. B. Hayes arrived yesterday from he uper Clearwater country. 1 R. Beasley left yesterday for Mos I cow. j Miss Marjorie Stevens and Misa Su san Kennedy have gone to Seattle. Miss Anna Nelson, of Kendrick, has i returned home. J. E. Blelyeu has gone to Spokane. Miss Jeanette Harris Is visiting in the city from Spokane. Dan Tyre has returned from Mos ! cow. W. E. Miller, traveling freight and passenger agent of the C., M. A St. P., was in Lewiston yesterday, j Mrs. W. J. Whlton is visiting in Tye wist on from Anatone. I Mra. G. F. Orannl«. who has hern here from Vernon Center, Minn., dur ing the winter visiting with her daugh , ters. Mra. William Lundstrum and 1 Mrs. John Nickerson, left this morning for her Eastern home. Mrs. John M Fix is visiting friends In Spokane. William Rice, a prominent farmer : and fruit grower of the Gifford section, was In the city yesterday. S. E. Gainer and daughter. Myrtle, were In the city yesterday from Le nore. Miss Jennie Washburn left this morning for Jullaetta for a few days' vacation. John Rae and J. M. Smith left for Wallace this morning, where they have some mining properties. Joe Alexander, Jr., has returned to Jullaetta after a brief business trip in the city. Mrs. E. F. Randolph has gone to Spokane, where she will Join her hus band, who has located there. Mra Sarah Pefley and Wynn Pefley left on the boat this morning for Boise to visit relatives and friends. B. T. Warren went to Spokane this morning on a short business trip. Representative Anderson was a busi ness visitor yesterday from Welppe. Deputy Sheriff A. A. Masters was a passenger yesterday for the Clearwater country. LOCAL BRIEFS. ♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ A "necktie social" was given by the Ideal club In the league rooms of the Methodist church last evening. The young people selected couples for the evening by the young man selecting an envelope In which was a tie corres ponding in color worn by some young woman present. All roads lead to Lewiston, and they will soon be displaying the mile post signs of the Grämlich -Letson Shoe company. They have been installed on the Tammany road for ten miles out This morning the one placed at the store displays this Information, "Fifty Miles to the Next Shoe Store. Better fftop Here." The Parliamentary club met yester day afternoon at the 1 ^ome of Mrs. Haaser, on Sixth street. Chief of Police James Hayes tooTf the oath of office yesterday and im mediately entered upon his duties. A meeting has been called of the Lewiston Tennis club for this evening at 7 o'clock at the Commercial Trust building. Organization and plans for the improvement of courts will be dis cussed. Charles Hofstetter. editor of the Kamiah Progress, and formerly con nected with the Lewiston Interstate News, was married Monday evening to Miss Myrtle Miller at the home of the bride's parents, near Glenwood, Rev. Thomas, of Stites, officiating. Miss Miller is a graduate of the Columbia college at Milton, Ore. A file has been received by the pro motion bureau, which will be used for the filing of all inquiries received from Eastern locators. A card system will be Inaugurated, so that letters can be readily referred to. Egg-le-taire. The ladles 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 Fhnplre Land company's office. * Free hot lunch at the IM' ♦ PERIAL BAR, 282 Main St Re- - «■ suite en «II eportinq events daily - * by epeciat wire. * • Free entertainment every eve- — *- ning. - Teller ads bring results. WEATHER REPORT. ♦ Forecast made at Portland, Oregon, for Lewiston and Vicinity for tonight and tomorrow: Fair tonight and Thursday. Following data recorded at local United States Weather Bureau office: Maximum temperature, 44; minimum temperature, 36; fean temperature, 40; precipitation, 00. L M. DE Y, JR., Official in charge... Don't miss .the egg-le-taire supper March 30, in the Means building. Tor good photos go to the Rem brandt Studio. Eighth and Main. tf Sugar and spice and everything nine at the egg-la-talre supper, Saturday evening, in the Means building. Attend the cooked food sale of the Baptist church Friday and Saturday at the rooms of the Chant Music com pany. Spring Dressmaking. Mrs. Hughes is now ready to do spring dressmaking In the latest styles. Prices moderate; satisfaction guaranteed. Room 9, Hotel Lewiston. *-21-7 ♦ HOTEL ARRIVALS. ♦ Bollinger. G. E. Sturgis, San Francisco; H. C. Blake, New York; E. W. Glen, Seattle; H. E. Beals, St. Joseph; H. Thompson, Omaha; L. Cooley, Mrs. S. A. Pefley, Mrs. E. F. Randolph, W W. Pefley, W. A. Cochron and wife, Culdesac; Q. E. Gwyme, Kippen; F. S. Oliver, Spo kane: D. J. Wyatt and family, Webb Ridge; H. S. Martell, San E. Back, New York: R. H. Glover, Om aha: C. L. Tibbetts, Portland; A. E. Lanier, Spokane; A. D. Therman, Portland; J. M. Gamble, New York; Geo. Bremer and wife, Seattle; E. D. Gookstetter, Spokane. ARE YOU A Subscriber of the . . Mil hi Hi - Oà^lik ■ T riTWf imu Lewiston vcm ng 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 9^ business for one year and the Pacific Monthliy FREE! 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. The Lewiston Evening Teller All the News All the Time Raymond. D. A. Harris, Burns, Ore.; R M. Walker, Kendrick; G. C. Miller, Walla Walla; R C. Rowland, Stites; E. B. Steen, Welppe; S. M. Long, P. F. Hare, Wallace; M. O'Shea, George Woodruff, William Lamble, May view; T. P. O'Neil, C. F. Young, Spokane; Meyer Abraham, Spokane, Ed Al en berg, G. L. Geo. Stuenenberg, Moscow: 7 H. ''•rum, Carlton; L. Vineyard, Orangeville; C. M. Day, Kooskla, Grand. Mrs. Freeman, Spokane; J. R Mat thew, Cloverland; XL Watson, C. E. Edwards, Kennewick; R. D. Whlteed, Spokane; Harry Hael, Imaha; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ross, Anatone. Da Frano*. S. B. Merrill, Wm. Karrick. W. H. Zeller, Oroflno; J. J. Goddard, Robert Blemger, 9. C. Vanderpool. Iver Holt. M. Banderpool, Eugene McCarty, Pa louae; J. J. Smith, Culdesac; W. A Stewart, Ed McConayhue. Thom« Ogle, F. L. Simpson, Bel view; XL AverlH, Seattle: L. R Joes. Henry Holben, Robt. Douglas, Snake Jas. Whittaker. Robert Freely, SP^' k≠ A. M. Hauck. W. S. Bit««®* a C. Fenton and family, Oroflno.