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THEATERS RACING SPORTING BOXING
DIAMOND
MIL AND NIS
MINERS ARRIVE
fill Work Ont About Ten
Days Before Going to
Seattle
Russ Hall and eight ball players ar
rived here at 3:20 o'clock this after
900 n from Moscow. The coming of the
Miners to Lewiston was brought about
by the sporting editor of the Evening
Teller.
"I would have brought my players
to your town three weeks ago, and
would have by this time had more
practice than any of the league
teams, had I not dwelt on the talk
of Eddie Quinn of the Spokane Indi
ans, who said he was coming to Lew
*t!n for his spring practice," said Mr.
Hall. "Of course I did not wish to con
flict with his plans, so went to Moscow
—and Tm very sorry I did It."
Hall Has Fine String.
"We have been sitting around the
hotel lobby at Moscow doing everything
hot play ball because of the wet, dis
agreeable weather. The fellows will
be tickled to death to know that they
will be given an opportunity to handle
a ball again after they get here, for
not one of them have had a ball uni
form on this year.
Irby Is the only fellow In the bunch
who has a little too much fat on his
ribs. That will all disappear when he
■gets Into the Lewiston sunshine."
Mr. Hall has the choice of the
hall tossers and players of the entire
northwest, and In the words of Mr.
Hall, "We are going out for the cham
pionship to win."
Who the Players Are.
Only eight of the eighteen Bigned
players are in the city. The remain
der are expected from day to day.
Those who came in this afternoon
sre, M. Velley, catcher, Parby Hoon,
pitcher: Ed Bruyette. shortstop; D. A.
»TELLER WA NT 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
ost, or locate the owner of something that you have found.
• WANT AD RATES
Count six letter« to ths word end sixwords to tho lins.
fini inssrtion, per lins .........$ M Subssqusnt insertion, per lins...
Psr month, psr lins .............. JO
. M
HELP WANTED.
Rim'*,.. fiainMggi, many make
<100 ts DIM per month; some even
t ®ors; steck dean; grown en rsasr
ViU * n; fJ-a eld orchards; cash
*0v»assd weekly; oboles of territory.
AUrsss Washington Nuroey Ce,
"oppsnlah, Warts. tf
^ANTBD—gji office girl at the Lew
laundry.
WANTED—Waiter at Hotel De
»Vance.
^WtJRE Wanted—I want pasture
At m T, ear,lngr ' w - H. STEWART
^Teller Office.
W ^7* D ~~ FCr ~~ U-'s.Army: Able
on married men between ages
g. 1 and 36 : oOOoens of United
— of Kooa character and tenr
habits, who can speak, read
... ***** **Mlrti. lR>r i n fo r mation
u R *cnittk»g Officer. 200 Main
^**' Lewiston, Idaho. tf
hourg flän if 0 " work actively six
proD*,^ y ' Send for our Profitable
Æ S, » "■ *>"* K. s
ata ,, men - M 00 machine
•lrht-h n J °' tImber men, SfOO;
conunodar <lay ' M,nes hea ltny; ac
*hoo h ? nS first-class; good
bee, Wah Pp,y *° J - L. Bayne, Wal
Idaho.' ° r H ' R McBrld *' Wnr *
SÄ AND REPAIRiNG*"
Clothe, -, RESSIN0 PARLORS—
«1 Phon'* 1 Pd ' pre8eJ a 03 repalr
C:; R : d 111 - d have the
caU - Pollard A Co.
McLean and "Bud" Sturgeon, second
basemen; and O. B. Herwig, C . P.
Irby and Jack Bell for the outfield.
Those en route here from the Cali
fornia and other training grounds are
W. M. Meyers, from Riverside, Cal
who played in the Tri-State league
(the outlaws), last season; Mike Dono
van of Vancouver, B. C„ who played
In the famous Twilight league last
year both in the out and infields; R.
Paige, of Bernida, Mont., an old play
er from the Vermont State league,
who Is now an operator at Bernida; J
W. Killilay, a pitcher from Kansas
City, who threw for the Kansas City
league team and won three-fourths of
his games last year; Ollie Helms, an
inflelder from Seattle, who was with
the Ballard, Wash., team last season
in the Puget Sound league, and Ed
die Ham, an Inflelder from Ventura,
California, who was recently with the
Salt Lake City team In the Utah State
league.
Be Here About Ten Days.
The Miners will remain In Lewis
ton about t°n days, possibly longer,
when they will leave, headed for the
coast, opening the season at Seattle
Saturday, April 20.
Cn route to the coast they will meet
teams at Colfax, Pnlouse. Rosalia.
Washington State college, University
of Idaho. Ritzvllle, Prosser. North
Yakima, and thence to Seattle.
Games have already been arranged
with the Clarkston, Lewiston State
Normal and the University of Idaho
teams, to be played next week.
A game will be played Sunday with
either the Normal or the Lewiston
town teafn, probably on the. Normal
grounds. If those grounds cannot be
secured the game w'll be played on the
High school diamond.
The baths and training quarters of
the Normal school have been thrown
open to the Miners through the kind
ness of Coach Calhoun of the Normal
team.
Seattle's Athletic Meet.
SEATTLE, Wash., March 29.—After
many weeks of preparation the Seat
tle Athletic club fs to pull off its ath
letic meet in the Coliseum tonight and
from all Indications It will be one of
the most notable affairs of Its kind
ever given In the northwest. A unm
ber of clubs, schools and colleges have
entered their star performers.
ATTORNEY8.
a. ORR McMlis tMT.—Attorney at
law. Ofltoe to Room m, Mark
Means bleak, Lewis tarn, Idaho.
F. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Rooms SOS-9 Welsgerber Betiding.
B. B. CROW, Attorney at Law. «alte
SIS Weiagsrbor Bleak. Phone Mato
1L
JAMBS E, BABB, ATTORNEY AT
LAW—Practises In state and federal
courts of Idaho and Washington.
GEOROE W. TANNAHILL, Lawyer
Practices In all State and Federal
Courte of Idaho and Washington.
Rooms S. S, 7, New Porter Bldg.
Phone Main 997.
JOHNSON A ÖTOOKNY. LAWYER»
Rooms 917, 318 Wrtegerber Block.
J. B. WEST—ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the courts of
Idaho and before U. 8. land office.
Rooms (formerly occupied by U. S.
land office) to Lewiston National
Bank Building. Phone No. 888L
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. Hester, exalted
ruler; Chas. W. Mount, secretary
,KN1GHTS OF PYTHIAS—Excelsior
lodge No. 2, K. of meets every
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Knights alway welcome.
H. Berg, C. C.; F. H. Wood, K. R.
* a
INTERCOLLEGIATE
DEBATERS MEET
EUGENE, Ore., March 29.—Much
interest is manifest in the annual
contests tonight of the triangular de
bating league, comprising the State
I nlversifies of Washington, Idaho and
Oregon.
The debates take place simultane
ously at each of the three universities.
The question selected for debate this
year deals with the repeal of the I5th
amendment to the federal constitu
tion.
COLLEGE BALL
GAMES TODAY
Princeton vs. Richmond college at
Richmond, Va.
Yale vs. George Washington Uni
versity at Washington, D. C.
Cornell - vs. University of Virginia at
Charlottesville, Va.
University of Alabama vs. Howard
college at Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Columbia vs. Washington and Lee
university at Richmond Va.
Lafayette vs. Virginia Military in
stitute at Lexington, Va.
Washburn college vs, Baker univer
sity at Baldwin, Kans.
Trinity vs. North Carolina A. & M.
at Durham, S. C.
Newberry college vs. Presbyterian
college of South Carolina, at Newber
ry, S. C.
Fights Scheduled for Tonight.
Terry Martin vs. "Sailor" Burke, 6
rounds, at Philadelphia, Pa.
Wanted clean cotton rags at the
Teller office, 2c per pound.
H. N. BLACK, Architect, office Rooms
4 and 5 Bee Hive block.
Wanted clean cotton rags at the
Teller office, 2c per pound.
DENTISTS
»V. F. GALBRK ITH, lWSNTibT. Room
202 New Idaht > Tiust Building. Phone
2493. Lewiston Idaho.
UR. BOSTON, DENTIST. Room 90,
Adams Block. Phone Mata 264.
PHYSICIANS 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 206. Wqtpgerber Blk
DR. HUILBUT, PHYSICIAN AND
BURGEON. Rooms 3, 4, 5, Tblessen
Block.
J. e. McLaughlin, m. d„ ~"j rn
and Borget», office Rooms 2 and 4
New Porter block. Residence 522
Ninth avenu«. Phonem Office Red
761; residence. Red 762.
ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC
HEALING INSTITUTE.
Nature's own taws of healing all cura
ble dleeaaee. Dr. J. W. Mulllntx,
Prop., fixât floor over Moxley*a Drug
Store, cor. Third and Mato. Phone
Red 1191.
MAGNETIC HEALING.
PROF. F. C. HAGEL, Magnetic, Mas
sage and Electric Treatments.
Room 10 Bee Hive Block, Lewiston,
Idaho.
AMUSEMENT*
SHOOTING GALLERT —Targets of all
klnda Numerous prices offered. A
nice place to spend a few spare mo
menta 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 once. J.
M. Malloy.
SHOE REPAIRING.
Go to The People's Shoe Shop and get
your money's worth. Half soles:
Men's, 75c; ladies', 60c; children'a
50c; rubber heela 60c. Wooster
Bros., Props., 676 Bast Main.; half
block east of M. E. Church.
CONTRACTORS.
H. T. MaDGW T CK, CONTRACTOR &
BUILDER, 1 ewlston. Id ali c
George Boggs, Carpenter and Contrac
tor. All kinds of jobbing, saw filing,
etc. Office and shop, 92 Third SL,
■ RESULTS AT OAKLAND AND •
I * ASCOT.
Winners at Ascot.
first race—Purse, five-eights of a
mile— Mery Sport first, Mike Jordan
second, Salarlo third, time 102 1-5.
^econ race—Selling, eleven sixteen
ths mile: Laura M„ first, Pinta second,
Ballota third; time 1:09.
Third race—Selling, three-fourths
mile: Common Sue first, Nappa sec
ond, Bedchamber third: time 1 : 15 .
Fourth race—Purse, eleven sixteen
ths mile:Fire Ball first, Mintia second.
Balerio third; time 1:08.
Pifth race—Handicap, two miles:
Ding Dong n first, Foncasta second,
Adonis tliVd; time 2:33 1-2.
Sixth race—Selling, one mile; Sun
mark first Perry Wicks second, An
tara third; time 1:42 1-4.
Seventh race—Selling, one mile; .Toy
ner first, J. V. Kihby second, Lady
King third; time 1:42 1-4.
Winners at Emeryville.
Pirst race—Selllnjr, nine sixteenths
mile: Husky first, Jeremiah second,
Import third, time 65 4-5.
Second race—Purse, three fourths
mile: Sycamore first. Joyful second,
Kruka third: time 1:17.
Third race—Purse, seven eights mile:
Convent Belle first, Miter second, Nan
cy W third: time 1:31.
Fourth race—Selling, mile and one
sixteenth: Veterano first, Bonar sec
ond, Eduardo third: time 1:51 3-5
Fifth race—Selling, three fourths
mile: Lord Nelson first. Meada second,
Gov. Orman third: time 1:16 2-5
Sixth rare—Burse, thirteen sixteen
ths mile: Cloudlight first, Gateway
second. Ruble third; time 1:22 2-5.
Pilgrims Flock to Rome,
ROME, March 29.—Seldom tn re
cent years has holy week found so
many strangers in Rome as are here at
the present time. The city Is full of
pilgrims and sightseers of all nation
alities. The number of visitors from
across the Atlantic is especially large,
and several American bishops are
among the number. The various
churches are crowded at all services.
The ladies of the Baptist church will
hold an Easter sale at the rooms of the
Chant Music company, In the Porter
block, Friday and Saturday.
OSTEOPATHS.
DRS. A. S. COON A 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.
Christen« V. MoNeel, osteopathic
physician, graduate of the American
School of Osteopathy at Kirksville,
Ma Acute sad chronic diseases
treated; diseases of women a spe
cialty- Office room 1S9 Means'
building; phone Main 119; consulta
Ron free
SIDNEY A. BARTLETT, D. O., grad
uate of Still College. S1S-M ms.
Trust Bldg. Phonea; Office, Mato
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 -estlmontala
call at office. Rooms 1 end 1 New
Porter block, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone
Black 751.
HOUSE MOVING.
HOUSE MOVING and foundation
work. Schmidt & Blume, successors
t° J. C. Llvensparger, corner Third
and C streets. tf
Phone Red 1922.
ARCHITECTS.
J. E. TOURTELLOTTE A CO.. AR
CHITECT8. Room 1, Dent A Butlei
Building. 81" Mato SL Phone Red
691.
H. N. BLACK, ArchltecL office Bee
Hive Block.
M. F. VALK, house moving and rais
ing. 9 f Snake EÉver avenue, Lewis
ton, It
FATT WILLING
TO MEET JEFF
Connecticut has a man who is
ready to go after James J. Jeffries
and the other big fighters. He is a
native of Witch Swamp, and Is said
to be another Ralph Ross in size and a
Sandow in strength. He Is now em
ployed In the stock house of Palmer
brothers In Fitchville, a village near
Norwich.
The man is John C. Fatt, and he is
not only a fighter, but is clever in
several branches of sport, for he is
credited with running 100 yards in 10
•seconds, fiat. A dispatch from Fitch
ville says.
He has had a number of little pri
vate bouts with the gloves, the prin
icpal one being with Rob Baker of
Boston, which lasted two rounds and
ended in a knockout to Fatt's credit.
The following figures give the cor
rect measurements of the young giant,
who will In the near future be after
the scalp of James J. Jeffries: Weight,
243 pounds, neck 19 inches, waist 38
Inches, chest normal 48 Inches, chest
expanded, 56 Inches, thighs 26 inches,
calves 18 inches, forearms 15 Inches,
biceps 16 1-4 Inches, age 26 years.
♦ EXPERIENCE.
♦ By years of experience In the •
♦ factories we find this to be the *
case. That strong competition *
forces the manufacturer to cheap- ♦
♦ en his product year by year. ♦
♦ Hence we say the best is none ♦
-» too good. Our experience aids us ♦
♦ In selecting the best. Our ex- •
♦ penses are light; henoe our profits ♦
♦ are modest. «
P. N. WILLIAMS,
Jeweler and Optieian. «
♦ Opposite Masonic Temple. ♦
Wanted clean cotton rags at the
Teller office, 2c per-pound.
MANICURING AND MASSAGING.
Clean nails, like clean linen, are quite
essential. Ideal Manicuring Parlors.
Managed by Ida M. Mobley, Bee
Hive Block.
MUSICIAN
KARL BAUMGAERTEL. musical di
rector and teacher. Music furnished
for all occasions. Room 4, Hotel
Assemblée, Phone Main 28.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
HOTEL LEWISTON—Steam heat, hot
and cold water In room*. Free baths.
Mrs. Ellen Ghrltcn, Phone Mato 220,
Elche» berger building.
FER SALE.
STOP AND CONSIDER.
Machine shops, freight depot, et the
terminal grounds , East Lewiston.
This means homes for employee and,
therefore, business opportunities.
We have lots on Main street and
trackage for 8600, and Inside lota
I860. Easy terms. Something la
going to happen In that Porter-Mc
Leod tract We advise you to In
vest FENTON A LOWE, Real Es
tate, 317 Mato street Lewiston, Ida.
FOR SALE—A good lot, 64x142, cor
ner 17th and Carson Ave. Inquire
of L. A. Cole. 4 - 2 . .
KAM I AH VALLEY PRODUCES AT.T.
kinds of fruits, berries, sweet pota
toes, tobacco, broom corn, sweet and
field corn, alfalfa, melons, sugarcane,
grapes, buckwheat, etc., without Ir
rigation. I have the land. Chas.
Hofstetter, real estate agent, Kami
ah, Idaho.
FOR SALE—Cheap. Horse, harness
and wagon. Inquire at L. Waldman,
Ninth street and Tenth avenue. 8-27
FOR SALE—1,000 strawberry plants
for sale. Call on or address 261
Main. /
Egg-le- taire.
The ladies of the Christian church
will give an egg-le-talre supper Satur
day evening. March 30. In the Mark
Means building, In the room adjoining
the Empire Land company's office.
TRACK TEAM IS
WORKING HARD
Getting In Shape For the
Interscholastic Meet
Next Week
"We are making greater prepara
tions for the track meet with the fresh
men of the University of Idaho, th»
Clarkston and Pomeroy High schools,
to be held on the High school grounds
Tuesday afternoon, than we have for
any previous meet," said Manager
Morris of the Lewiston High school
team this morning.
The track men at the High are do
ing the stunts of their lives.
Little "Babe" Smith Is running his
head off in the long distances, making;
the mile in less than 5 minutes regu
larly in practice, with no other man
runlng against him.
In the high jump Louis Dlether la
daily going five feet and two inches.
Eckert and Horsey are closely behind
him. Eckert, Thompson, Storer and
Horsey promise to make the fastest
relay team which the school has pro
duced for years.
Boys are Working Hard.
Eckert was not in the short dis
tance runs last year, but Is doing the
hundred this season in even time.
Thompson and Storer made their
"reps" at the Interseholastic meet at
Pullman last year—nothing need be
said about the possibilities.
The hurdle races promise to he point
winners for the local boys this year,
wheer they met their fnlling down
last season. Phillips, Eckert, Morris
and several other of the fellows are
working out for that event.
High school pennants will be given
the winners of the smaller events,
wihle relay and meet winning pen
nants will be given the winners of
these events.
Teller ads bring results.
Look Here!
Here Is a Snap
A four-acre track in Vinalandf five«
room house, good buildings. Trees are
all in full bearing. Cash er tsrmm
Address
HOGRELIUS & DICK
AGENTS
126 Means Block.
Phono Rod
Lewiston, Idaho.
ATTENTION
Advertisers
To insure 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 must be in night proceeding
day which it is to appear.
Tho earlier tho copy roaches Tho
Teller the better will be the com
position and the better the position
given it
Call up Main 261 tor our adver
tising man.

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