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Get the Habit It will grow on you, its good. not th? brand, that s the kind. We received by express yesterday several exquisite waists—Samples shown In our show windows. At $25 Chiffon, fancy colored silk with black lace of heavy silk, a mag magnlflclent production from one of the best makers it certainly looks like »35, priced with us at $25 At $18.50 Champagne lace net with clever little touches of brown velvet ribbon and tiny silk/ buttons for silk lining would be splendid value at *25:00, priced at................................$18.50 At $5.50 All nut ilufty and very prettily silk lined, trimmed with cham pagne lace medalions. »7.60 would be low for such a waist. Priced. . $5.50 Linen Belts Real linen belts plain and hand embroidered; also pretty as sortment to match. Belts with either pearl or metal buckles. «5 and 75 cent« each. Specials In Women's Leather Belts Several dozen of leather belts in plain and fancy. 48c, 65c and 75c were the original selling prices. These will be closed out quick. The price will do it. Choice each 25c. New Hosiery Now In Lace striped hosiery, lace boot hosiery; lace ankle hosiery, all choice pattern« of the very best English and German man ufacture. Choice, pair................................ ... Send in your mail orders. O. A. KJOS. * POLITICS AND POLITICIANS. * Admiral Schley declares he does not want the democratic nomination for vice-president, for which some of the papers have named him as a possi bility. United States Senator Gamble of South Dakota says his state is strong BLAKE, the Pace Setter and Price Maker of Nez Perce County. N Teachers will find it to their advantage when shopping to drop down and see Biake, doing business at The Fair. He selle merchandise right, at least that ia what thousands of satisfied customers say. Not V / how much we can make by selling a few articles, but how many articles we can sell and make a little on them. Here are torn« new arrivals this week that are priced right. 25 dozen new shirt waists at $1.98, that usually «ell for $2.50. 10 dozen famous heitherbloom pettiooats at $2.95, that usually sell for $3.50. 5 dozen kimonae at 98 oente, that usually sell for $1.50. Tailored suite that might sell for $25 are here •t $17.50. Jaoketa that might sell for $10 ana hers marked at $7.98, etc., for you know Blake cuts the price to get the cash and gets the cash because he cuts the price, and you'll find him busy every minute at THE FAIR Oxfords $2.50 And there's the kind you want. You pay a dollar more they'd be no better; we could have marked them 50 cents more, but we didn't for President Roosevelt for another term. It is announced that Congressman Stephen Brundidge of the Second dis trict of Arkansas will be a candidate for United States senator against Sen ator James P. Clarke, whose term will expire in 1909. T«||«p ads bring results. American Lady 98C Have you tried an American Lady Corset? If not now's the time for the kind that used to sell for »1.50 are cut to 98 cents. New spring models ready. w NO STRING TO APPROPRIATION A Asotin Fair Directors Can Use County Money as They See Fit Clarkston Bureau Evening Teller. CLARKSTON, Wash., April 2.— Frank E. Brown and R. B. Hooper, members of the Interstate Fair asso ciation. have returned from Asotin, where they went to meet the commis sioners and request them to make their appropriation to the fair fund this year, not dedicated to one especial pur pose, but to be placed In a general fund. In years past the appropriation has been made for a definite purpose, tying it up so that it could be used only for the purpose of securing the Aso tin county exhibit. The fair directors may now handle the fund as best suits the association; the bulk of it going to better the Asotin county exhibit. The request was granted by the com missioners. Baseball Suits Arrive. The ten baseball suits which were ordered by the Clarkston High school recently arrived from Spokane this morning. The suits are black and the trimming crimson, the school colors. The letters C. H. S. are emblazoned aeross the breast of the shirts, i The hall game which was to have been played between the Clarkston 1 High school and the University of (Idaho cadets today has been cancelled because of the non-arrival of the j cadets at Lewiston. Games scheduled I for tomorrow and other days In the ; week with the Clarkston town team j will probably he postponed. Clarkston News Notes. Albert Larson of Joel is visiting in Clarkston today. Robert Plunkett of Troy Is In the city. During his visit here he filed on land In the Troy country. Miss De Vouse arrived yesterday from Kamlah, where she has been teaching school. She Is attending the teachers' Institute In session at Lew iston. Mps. Butler, who has been visiting friends here, has returned to Spokane. David Burch has arrived from his home at Cornwall and Is visiting friends here. Homer Peterson Is In the city from Moscow visiting hls sister Ella. The W. C. T. IT. will meet this aft ernoon at Ha home of Mrs. Pollard on Chestnut street. T*a Ladles' A'd society of the Christian church win meet this after noon at the home of Mrs. Lower. of Is of of a to bo - Miss Anna Clyde, formerly with the Western Union Telegraph company here, will leave in a few days for Salem, Oregon, where she will accept a position with the company. H. N. BLACK, Archwect. office Rooms 4 and 5 Bee Hive block. Two Bits for Topsy The best hose we have found, if there Is one better we haven't seen it. All the ladles are interested in good hose, the kind that Wear and don't crock. TOPSY ............25c Millinety Selling hats at calico profits, that's what we are doing. 200 pattern hats now on sale at »1.50 to »4.50. None higher. A MOST PAR TICULAR PEOPLE Interesting Items in Trade Life. There is a gentleman in Lewiston, also a lady who has a firm belief In the policy of getting just the right kind of goods at the lowest possible prices. These people are to be commended. They have the right Idea of life. There are people in this world who care nothing for saving, and believe In let ting every day take care of itself. In the estimation of everyone the former Is the best policy. Just a word now about our proposi tion. This Is to sell you a fine piano for from »148 up. We have every piece of goods marked in plain figures. You have only to see the goods, get the prices and you have saved money on just what you want. We have recently purchased the en tire stock of the Lewiston Music Co., and are preparing to give Lewiston what It well deserves—THE FINEST PIANO AND MUSIC HOUSE IN THE WHOLE STATE OF IDAHO. Think of huylng a »600 piano for »302. These prices are for people who appreciate a good thing at a low price. It Is not necessary for you to pay cash, either to secure these prices. We have a plan of payment by which you can en joy the use of a fine piano or an organ while you are paying for it. "Play while you pay." Terms on pianos may bo had as low as $10 down and »5 per month. Terms on organs as low as $5 down and $1.50 per month. Organ prices from $15 up. All goods are guaranteed. Why not call at Ellers Plano House, Wm. Larson, Mgr. - WEATHER REPORT. -* Forecast made at Portland, Ore., for Lewiston and vicinity for tonight and tomorrow: Showers tonight and Wednesday. Following data recorded at local United States weather bureau office: Maximum temperature. 57; minimum temperature, 47; mean temperature, 52; precipitation, 0.00. L. M. Dey, Jr.. Official In Charge. FORREST SMITH SPIKES HIMSELF Forrest Smith, entered In the long runs, the broad jump and the pole vault, and upon whom the school has depended as one of the largest point winners of the team, suffered a severe accident to his foot yesterday while vaulting. When he alighted from hls vault, he spiked himself with the track shoe he was wearing. He will be un able to partake in the events this aft ernoon. Normand Patterson has resigned hls position with the Butler Drug Co. and returned to Wallace. He Is succeeded by John Roos. Notice to Everybody That Wears Suits: * We are going to make this the busiest clothing store in Lew ' iston. Wc got the goocb* and make the price that makes the sales. We have taken the suits that the old Fair sold for $25 and marked them $17 and the $22 we marked $14.88, and the $20 we markd $13.50, and the $18 we marked $12.50. Then we bought 250 brand spanking new spring suits and we marked them $12.50, $15 and $16.50 and we are selling them*every day, for the boys know the values. They know when they are getting their money's worth. They know that cash is king. BLAKE, at THE FAIR $1.50 Shirts 80c A price that will move them. Lion brand and E. and W. 20 doz en of them; they are the finest madras. The old Fair price was »1.50. Now 80 cents. One-Third Off On Hats One-third off on hats. 300 sample and odd and end hats, last of lots, etc. On the bargain table this week (6 cents on the dollar. FREE! Inventory Book Specially made for the COMPLETE LISTING of your Household Effects Call at the INSURANCE DEPART MENT of the Commercial Trust Company Upstairs in the new building Main Street Attractive Hats I Attractive Prices Every other Millinery de partment expects to get the highest prices for hats now, 1 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 tomorr^r, right at the begin ning of the season, for less than others will «barge at the end. But we've merely hinted— welcome to the whole feast. The Parlor Millinery Mrs. J. L. Dubray, Proprietor FREE TO EVERY LADY Send me the names of six ladies in your vicinity. Will send six souvenir postals* Address M. B. t 742 26th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin à 50cts 60 cents buys the best work shirt on earth. It's a double front and back, full 36 Inches long, 75 cents in most places. We say only 50 cents. Buys the best cotton underwear in the land. Mr. Man, no other »tore this side of York state would think of giving you such a value as this. We have only 60 dozen; when they are gone we may get more and we may not. Come now.