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Deposits Jan. 26, 1907, $1,177,849.47
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Elections Today in Chicago,
Kansas Towns and
Special to Evening Telles.
CHICAGO. III., April 2.—The decis
ive contest in Chicago's municipal
campaign takes place today, when the
electorate will decide for or against
the street railway ordinance passed by
the city council in February.
The ordinance provides for the
granting of twenty-year franchises to
the two companies now operating the
street railway lines. In return the
companies are to give universal trans
fers, through routes and a better ser
vice for a 5-cent fare.
The lines are to rehabilitated under
the direction of the city at a cost of
$40.000,000. The city on six months'
notice may buy the lines for $50,000,
000 plus the cost of rebuilding.
While the companies operate the
lines they are to pay to the city 55
per pent of the net Income.
Each Side Is Confident.
There are the usual declarations of
confidence on the part of the rival
mayorality candidate*. Mayor Dunne,
heading the democratic ticket, and
Frederick A. Busse, the standard-bear
er of the republicans.
The newspapers this morning wind
up the multitudinous apostrophies and
imprecations which have long filled
their columns daily, and make a final
appeal to the voters to deliver a true
Elections in Kansas.
Special to Evening Teller.
TOPEKA. Kans., April 2.—Municipal
elections are in progress today In the
leading cities of Kansas.
Except in one or two of the larger
places the party lines are not closely
drawn and in almost every instance j
municipal reform is the chief issue, j
In several cities local conditions have I
added interest to the contests. In I
Kansas City W. W. Rose, who was !
twice elected mayor and twice deposed |
from office, is again running on the J
Election in Topeka.
Opposing his as an independent can
didate for mayor Is J. W. Voohlse, a ;
negro. The republican candidate Is |
D. E. Cornell. In the same city both !
the republican and democratic candi- |
dates for city treasurer are women. ;
Topeka, in common with other cities I
dates for city treasurer are women. ;
Topeka, in common with other cities I
of the state is voting for a new set of !
officers. The contest, though an Inter
esting one, presents no unusual fea
The republican candidate for may
or Is William Green and the democrat
ic candidate is W. H. Kemper.
Issues in Oklahoma.
GTTTHRIE, Okla., April 2—Oklaho
ma cities are holding their elections for
mayor and other officers today.
Under the stlrrinc political condi
tions attending the transition from ter
ritorial form of government to state
hood It is but natural that more than
ordinary Interest should attach to the
elections, especially as some pf the
contests have a more or less important
bearlne on the senatorial and other
contests to come, tn Guthrie the may
oraltv contest has been an exciting one.
The rival candidates for mavor are
ex-Oovern<% BarHes, republi
can. and the present incumbent. Dr.
John W. Duke, who heads the demo
IN THE ORIENT
. I — j
TOKIO, April 2— A party of Amer
leans have reached here to attend the
conference of the World's Student
Christian federation, which Is to be
gin its sessions tomorrow. All classes
are manfestlng an Interest In the gath
ering, as it is the first Christian con
ference of any magnitude ever held in
Following the close of the conference
the Americans are to hold a two weeks j
evangelistic campaign among the j
Chinese and Japanese students
throughout Japan. i
Special to Evening Teller.
VICTORIA, Texas, April 2.—The
execution of Fell* Powell, the murderer
of Mrs. A. J. Conditt and her four
children near tne town of Edna In
September 1905, Is to take place here
at an early hour tomorrow afternoon.
The hanging 1« to be public.
Denver, Colo.-I— Judge M. C. Burch,
spclal assistant pnlted States attorney
general, has gone to Boise to consult
with United States District Attorney
Rulck relative to the prosecution of
the Idaho land 'fraud cases.
Century Printing et. Phone Blaok
601. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank.
FOR THE ELKS
Philadelphia Preparing to
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., April 2.—Al
though the convention anJ reunion of
the Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, which Is to be held In this city
during the week beginning July 15
next, is essentially a Philadelphia af
fair. neighboring cities In which Elk
lodges are located will not be derelict
tn entertaining the thousands of visit
ors who will participate In the festivi
ties. Information has been received
by Philadelphia lodge that several
nearby lodges are now planing to open
their homes for the reception of the
visiting hosts and before another
month has passed a complete program
will have been arranged for the enter
tainment of the visitors in the neigh
Among the lodges which ha\'e al
ready Indicated their Intentions to ex
tend special invitations to the visitors
are Camden. Atlantic City. Chester and
Long Branch. It is also believed that
"open house" will be kept by a number
of other adjacent lodges, particularly
those located at the larger seashore
and mountain reports.
In Philadelphia all of the prominent
social clubs which have headquarters
of their own. will assist the Elks In en
tertaining their guests.
- FLASHES FROM THE WIRE. ♦
Omaha. Neb.—Representative E. M.
Pollard of the First Nebraska district
has received a letter from the presi
dent In which he praises those who
voted for the ship subsidy bill, and
says he would like to see the subsidies
Los Angeles, Cal.—Emma Culver, of
Duarte, a California girl, has been or
dered deported to Hong Kong, China,
with her Asiatic husband, together
with 37 other Chinese.
Warsaw, Mo.—Major Harvey W. Sal
mon of the Salmon bank has been sen
tenced to three years In the penlten- '
tlary for receiving deposits when he
knew that his institution was Insolv
Boise, Idaho.—It has not been de
cided which of Moyer or Pettibone will
be tried first after Haywood.
Washington, D. C.—Captain Edgar
A Macklin, Company C, Twenty-fifth
Infantry, testifies before the Brown
ville inquiry board that he does not
believe that the colored troops "shot
up" the town.
Bellingham, Wash.—Doan Bell has
been formally accused of murdering
Addie Roper and then attempting to
burn the body, with »means of oil, to
hide the crime.
Chicago, 111.—Frank Gotch last eve
ning threw "Farmer" Burns twice in a
wrestling match here.
San Francisco, Cal.—Mrs. Catherine
i Tingley, head of the Universal Broth
; erhood home at Point Loma, has been
I awarded $7,500 damages against the
I Los Angeles Times.
I New Orleans, La.—Because a large
i number of the members of the grand
I jury which Indicated him for murder
j could not read or write the English
j language, the Indictment against Con
gressman-elect George F. Favrot, char
I ged with killing Dr. Aldrich in Baton
j Rouge, has been quashed.
Chicago, 111.—The railroad employes
have agreed to accept the Increase of
wages offered by the general managers
provided the roads will grant them the
Cale Station, Texas.—A conflict be
tween whites and colored people la
pected at any moment, growing out of
j u,e negroes awntlng revenge for the
j lynching of Jim Williams by the
whites day before yesterday,
jFROM THE COUNTY RECORDS
I (Commercial Trust Co.)
Lafayette Knowlton to J. Howard
I Howe, lots 4, 5, 6, Knowlton's subdiv
' islon, |1.
| C. A. Coryell to same, undv 1-2 Int.
, lots 16, 17, 18, block 20, Thompson's
I add.. $1.
Sarah C. Thompson to John A.
Marek, lots 8, 4, 6, block 10, Thomp
son's add., $175.
John A. Marek to Kormah L. Lowe,
same as No. 3, $1.
U. S. to David M. Wilson, lots 1 and
2, sw nw, ne nw 13-S6-4 w.
U. S. to Ralph Gllllspie, e 1-2 ne, e
1-2 se, 10-84-2 w.
Jane Hutchinson to Sarah M.
Hechtner, ne sw, se nw, lots 3 and 4,
sec. 1-37-3 w.
Edward Menace to Richard W. Pet
tljohn, lot 8, block 1, University 3d add
-James McCullough to Milton W. Me
Clintic, nw nw 15; e 1-2 ne 16-S5-S e
W. F. KETTENBACH, President. J. ALEXANDER, Vice President
GEORGE H. KESTER, Caehier.
The Lewiston National Bank
Jm. Alexander, C. C. Bunnell, J. B. Morris, Grace K. PfaffUn, R.
C. Beach, Geo. H. Kester, W. F. Kettenbach, O. E. Guernsey, Wm. A.
Libert, Jno. W. Givens, A. Freidonrich.
Corner of Main ana rourth btr.ni.
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rate of interest. Easy paymsnts. No delays. Othsrs have investi
gated and found our terms most satisfactory.
Farm loans a specialty.
F. W. KETTENBACH, President. O. A. KJ08, Vice President.
E. C. 8MITH, Secretary.
2:30 to 5 p. m.
7:30 to 10:30p.m.
Commutation Tickets on
sale at the rink
Say, its only modsratsly cold, why
'heat all the rooms when ons or two
Try a Movable Gas Heater.
Prices from $2 to $6
Lewiston Gas Co.
4M Main 8L Phons Main 86
'CARD, *400. BOARD AND LODG
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T. W. SHIRROD, PROP.
Fhc Crocker Fear
We Claim Does Not Blight.
See U. S. Tear Book for de
Originated by L. L. Croeker,
Ripens About January and
Is preferable to the original
Bartlett. Better flavored; very
juicy and melting when ripe;
high golden color and prolific
Trees never overload them
selves, although bears heavy
every year. Very hardy; win
ship to England and back If re
quired. It has stood the teet for
past 10 years.
What Luthsr Burbank aaya ef its
"Box of pears received last
December; samples have bee»
tested from time to Urns and
even at this date, February 10,
are attll In best condition. Its
form, sise, color are attractive.
Fruit Is among the best; Juicy,
refreshing and hi all respects
satisfactory and especially so at
this unusual season.
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TUNER, REBUILDER AND
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