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For Young Men
« v - m Edcrheimer, Stein & Ca MAKER« Come tomorrow Com« and «elect from a wonderfully larga variet of HIGHER GRADo suit« In fine, rich fabrics, perfsctly tailored and faahioned in the eeason's favorite models—Special price $15 There is a lot of talk now-adays about clothes «for College and University Young Men. It gives one the Idea that these must be something different from the from the usual run of clothes. They sometimes are. But the fact that some makers call their goods by a college name doesn't make them different. A label isn't .11 thera Is to good clothes, for there are many fancy labels on very poor merchandise. A label Is nothing unless it represents maksrs of ability; A college name amounts to nothiing in elothes unless the materials and workmanship are suoh as to make the clothes better . We want it thoroughly understood that we sell young men's clothes; that these garments have that extra tyle, better tailoring, neater appearance and swing to them that one wants to find in the college man type of ap parel. They are made by such an authority on Young Men's clothes as Ederheimer, Stein A Co. That's suffi cient. We could call them by a college name, but it wouldn't make the clothes better. They're ahead of all so called college clothee now. * t The J. Alexander Company PULL LINE CHILDREN'S GARMENT8 FOR ALL AGE3 IN ALL STYLES. Teachers and Students Should not fail to look over our line of the celebrated \ PARKER LUCKY CURVE FOUNTAIN PEN A pen for every hand. There is a Parker Pen especially adapted to your particular style of writing. Call and let* us tell you about it Mr. Parker Makes Fountain Pens Fitted With Extra Fine Points Fine Points Medium Points C arse Points Stub Pens Falcon Pens u The Parker Pen is the standard of high grade pens. Their many points of superiority will readily convince you that the Lucky Cume is the only pen to buy. No spilling ink, they always write smooth, no skipping, every stroke leaves its mark. A guar antee against breaking or any other accident 'with every pen. You Need a Fountain Pen. Get It Now Prices: $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5, $7, $10 MARKS DRUG COMPANY 424 Main st., 6 doors west of Post Office Normal Hill Branch, corner 7th st. and 7th ave., near Normal School ASOTIN COUNTY DOCTORS MEET L W. Woodruff Elected President; P.W. Johnson Secretary Clark8ton Bureau Evening Teller. CARKSTON, Wash., April 1.—An Interesting meeting of the Asotin County Medical association was held Saturday evening In the offices of Dr. P. W. Johnson. All members of the association in both Asotin and Clarkston were present except Drs. Temple and Fulton. Dr. David H. Ransom, of Clarks ton. read an Instructive paper on "The Diseases of the Thyroid Glands." A discussion was afterwards taken up by the physicians. Dr. Johnson fol lowed with a paper on the ''Treat ment of Extensive Burns." Following the reading of the pa pers and their respective discussions, officers of the association for tlhe coming year were elected as follows: President, Dr. L. W. Woodruff, of Asotin; vice president, Dr. P. W. Johnson, of dlarkston; secretary, Dr. I. U. Temple, of Clarkston; treasurer, Dr. S. D. Brazeau, of Asotin. The board of censors elected are Drs. Ransom of Clarkston, McEl ralne of Anatone and Fulton of Aso tin. B. T. Warren Will Move, B. T. Warren, recently a partner in the Century Printing company of Lewiston, has returned from Spokane, where he purchased property in the Richland Park addition. Two lots costing $700 and other lots In another part of that city, were the results of Mr. Warren's land looking. Hé will soon move his family from Clarkston to Spokane. He has dis posed of hts property here. F. Morrison Files Suit. Frank Morrison this morning filed suit against Louis Costley of Cflarks ton for $112.80. Suit was brought In the superior court at Asotin. The ac tion is the result of the failure of Costley to pay an alleged debt con tracted by the purchase of hay. Clarkston News Notes. ' Gltn McDermott of Spokane was In the city yesterday, the guest of E Sailor, who resides In the southern part of the town. He returned this morning. W. A. Elliott will leave tonight for Spokane after a few days devoted to looking after his land Interests. The Interior of the IJorthbuse bar ber shop Is being repapered and the appearance otherwise Improved. H. N. BLACK, Architect, office Rooms 4 and 5 Bee Hive block. j j I PERSONALS. Emit Matthews has gone to Pleas anton, Cal., for a visit. Miss Ada Percifull left yesterday for Spokane. Miss Marie Curan is In Lewiston from Bishop's Bar. W. T. and Arthur Farrlsh of Aso tin have gone to Wardner. H. J. Stefty of Pierce has returned home. C. H. Harding and W. H. Kratzer are in Lewiston from Culdesac. County Attorney Rummens of Aso tin has returned home from Walla 'Walla. W. C. Maxey of BJllensburg Is buy ing cattle In Lewiston. Mrs. H. E. Benedict and son are In Lewiston from Asotin. T. B. West of Kendrick is visiting here. < President G. H. Black of the Lew iston State Normal school has re turned from Wallace. CllfT M. Wilson and wife have re turned to Stlcott. A. A. Hansen has gone to Kendrick on a business trip. Dr. J. H. Ragsdale has returned to Lfcland. Mrs. L. H. Wolf has returned to Spokane. O. O. Rund has returned to North Dakota after a visit In Lewiston. Mrs. P. Buhlman has gone to Spalding on a visit. Walter G. Dygert has gone to Ken drick on a visit. Miss Bessie Stubbs has returned to Moscow after a visit with parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith are visiting in Spalding. C. C. Cartlitch has gone to Lapwal on business. Mrs. H. A. Isensee have returned from Portland, Ore. A. W. Conway la in Lewiston from Culdesac. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Davis ere visiting In Lewiston from Pomeroy. A. C. Coburn has returned from Boise. Miss Etha Houghton and brother, Master Roy, will leave tomorrow j morning for a short visit at Spokane, j A. W. Conway Is In the city today from Culdesac. E. W. Eaves of the Vollmer-Cleer I water company, left this morning for a short business trip to Kendrick. • J. L. Fenton made a business trip to Troy this morning. J. O. Vassar ahd wife of Pomeroy are visiting this week with their son. Coroner Vassar of this city. Miss Ethel Johnson, who has been employed [for some time with the Idaho Grocery company of this city, left this morning for Sandpolnt, where she will be engaged for the summer. G. A. Swanson left this morning for a brief business trip to Troy. Miss Annie Nicholson of North Da kota Is visiting Mrs. N. B. Feton of Clarkston. N. G. Sassiman of Orangeville ar rived in Clarkston today for a visit. Teller ads bring résulta. LOCAL BRIEFS. APH. term of the dlstrtTIC Nez Perce county this momw a , o'clock. It is not expected thatL* cases will be set before Wednesday Z Thursday. - 0r Dill Bros., who last week nun»,., ed the grocery stock of Reed & shear, yesterday moved the from the quarters occupied bv th! firm to their own building on the o posite side of Main street but forte' up that thoroughfare. Urthir There will be a meeting of the rft« council this evening. The funeral of Mark Op r enh P | mei . who was found dead In bed Saturday morning, succombing to an attack of asthma during the night, took piac* yesterdhy afternoon. Interment la Normal Hill cemetery. Articles of Incorporation were flted at Boise test week by the Idavada Mines company of Spokane, Wash The company Is capitalized at $t 1 500,000 and its directors are W h~ Hooper and H. T. Absteln of LewlsJ ton; A. A. Wormell of Vineland Wash., and C. H. Zieman of Clarks ton, Wash. A. D. Rcammell of Spokane, man ager of the small goods department of the Eller Plano house, arrived here this morning to look over the stock recently purchased from the Lewis, ton Music company. Mr. Roammel 1» a composer of merit and has several selections on the market that haw proven successful ventures. Work was commenced this morn ing on the comer entrance to the Raymond house, where an attractive, front will be put In to facilitate the convenience of the guests. Miss Laura Savage, the nurse, ha* moved her quarters to the residence of Judge Hanlon, 304 Eleventh street. Phone Red 1082. Century Printing e*. Phone Black SOI. B «semant Lewiston Natl. Bank TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED—A cook; phone Main 75. W. P. HURLBUT. Century Printing Co. Phone Black ment 601. Baser Lewiston Natl. Bank. ♦ Free hot lunch at the IM- « - PERIAL BAR, 2K Mein St Re- - * suite en efi «porting events dally * • by epeclal wire, ♦ Free entertainment every eve- • * ning. * H. N. Blaok, Architect, Rooms 4 and 6 Bee Hive block.