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Idaho: Small, »TESTING ON CINDER PATH 'Varsity freshman and High Holding Track Meet This Afternoon Because of disappointed cadets and a Reappointed track team from' the Uni versity ot Idaho, the freshman class ^tjack team of that Institution resolved to come to Lewiston at their own ex pense to meet the track team of the Lewiston High, rather than wait un til the end of the week. The team had not Intended to come t,ere yesterday because of the delay to the cadet encampment, caused by the non-arrival of tents, but yesterday they telephoned Manager Morris of the High team to make final arrange ments for the meet. The events and those wh'o entered them at the High grounds this after noon sure: 220 -yard dash.—Lewiston : Storer and Thompson. Idaho: Wheeler and C. Smith. High Jump—Lewiston: Dlether, Eck ert, F. Smith, D. Thompson. Idaho: H. Smith, Driscoll. Mile run—Lewiston: F. Smith, Ed mlston. Turner, B. Phillips. Idaho: Clarence and Clifford Ed munson, Grimer. Discus throw—Lewiston : Eckert Thompson, Garby. Idaho: H. Smith, Small. Relay race—Lewiston: Storer, Eck ert, Hersey, Thompson. Idaho: Wheeler, Small, C. Smith, Edmunson. 880-yard run—Lewiston: Fllckinger, Turner, B. Philips, Houghton. Idaho: Clarence and Clifford Ed mondson. Pole vault—Lewiston: F. Smith. Idaho, Wadsworth, Small. Shot-put—Lewiston: Eckert, Garby, Foster, Edmlston, D. Thompson. ^TELLER WANT 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 «t, or locate the owner of something that you have found. WANT AD RATES Count six letters to the word and ehewords to the line. e*r»t insertion, por Kne .........$ .0» Subsequent insertion, per line.... Per month, per Kne.............. JJO .03 HELP WANTED. <100 Is I1M «ors; steek Wien; 1er «dvsaesd weekly AMrses Was Toppen tsk, Wi ith; some ewe »warn on reanr swÉDèg each ; oholce of t err itory. Nurse y Ou* « "Wanted—A n « '• t °n laundry. girl at the Lew WANTED—I want pasture »r a yearling. W. H. STEWART « Teller Office. ANTED—For U. R Army: Able boa,ed unmarried men between apse * « and 36; oMaens of Untied 8tat ** : of seed character and teus habite, who can apeak, read «<1 wrtt. fcpiefc. m,. information •T'P't to JtecruttUsg Officer, NO Mam Leprleton, Id aho. tf ANTED—steady Job of work by so f. all-round handy man. Answer Address In-fA-vR, Lewis ton, Idaho. 4 _ 8 Wanted—A cook; phone Main 75. —— __ W. P. HURLBUT. _^-EANING AND REPAIRING. PRESSING parlors e * Cleaned, presed and repair Phone Red 111 and have the ^ «!>. Pollard & Co. M ^ICUrT^Tn D MA88AGING. CT ^ f llke clean Hnen, are qutte Man W»al Manicuring Parlor*. Sï* , to * MoM>r _ Idaho: Small, Smith. 220-yard hurdles—Lewiston: Hersey, Eckert. Idaho: Small, Wadsworth. 100-yard dash—Lewiston: Storer. Eckert, Thompson. Idaho: Small, Wheeler, C. Smith. 440-yard çun— Lewiston: D. Thomp son, Cole, Euster. Idaho: Clarence and Clifford Ed mundson. Broad jump—Lewiston: Storer, F. Smith, Thompson, Hersey. Idaho: Small, Wadsworth, Wheeler. 120-yard hurdles—Lewiston : Dlether Hersey. Idaho: Small, Driscoll. Hammer throw—Lewiston: Edmls ton. B. Phillips, Garby. Idaho: H. Smith, Small. The University of Idaho freshmen arrived on the afternoon train yester day. CLARKSTON NINE HAS HOODOO Gregg Leaves and Several Players Are Out of Commission. Clarkston's team Is having lots of grief. Captain Vean Gregg recently left the team without a good pitcher. Last Sunday's game with a team from Union town had to he called off because of the illness of several players. Corey, pitcher, received a severe Injury to hfs hand the day preceding the game. Art McFarland, catcher, was sick and unable to be about. Ferguson, first baseman, was playing with the Butte Giants In Lewiston, and the crowd from Clarkston hied themselves to the hills and elsewhere because of the beauty of the day. KAMIAH TALKING BASE BALL. Indians May Play With the Proposed Organization. Kamlah is exerting every Influence to organize a baseball team this season that will eclipse the one of last season, which was a pennant winner among the minor nines of the Kamlah vicinity. Several red men wll play on the team In case of organization. No of ficers have as yet been elected. A meeting wll be called next week to perfect the organization. T«(|*e ttfs bring result» ATTORN BTS. MeMLM ids 7. Bue hi Beet ittorney 116, M D. CULVER, AT LAW Budding. at l*w. Butte JAMES E, BABB. ATTOBNBT AT LAW—PmeHeea he étais and federal oourta of Idaho aad Washington. SEOME W. TANNAHILL. levy«— Practices in ad »täte aad Federal Courts of Idaho aad Washington. Reams 6, «, 7. New F eeler BMg. Phone Main 637. JOHNSON A STOOKBT, LAWYERS Rooms 817, J1S W I M b i t her Block. J. B. WH8T-ATTORNEY AT LAW. WU1 practise In al the courts of Idaho aad before U. & land office. Rooms (formerly occupied by U. S. lead office) la Lew taten National Bank Building. Phone No. 28*1. 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 ha». Geo. Rester, exalted ruler: Chas. W. Mount, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTRfAS—Excelsior lodge No. I, K. of 7», meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights alway welcome. H. Berg, C. C; F. H. Wood, K. R * 8 ♦ RESULTS AT NEW ORLEANS ♦ - AND OAKLAND. ♦ At New Orleans. First Race—Selling: flve-elghths mile: Limerick first, Gold Zone sec ond, Husted third. Time, 1:03. Second Race—Steeplechase; short course: Peter Becker first, Saup sec ond, Twenty Shot third. Time, 3:02 3-5. Third Race—Purse: half mile: Parisian Model first, Belle of Kent second, Emma G. third. Time, : 50 2-5. Fourth Race—Selling; mile and one eighth: Jungle Imp first, Flavigny second, James Reddick third. Time, 1:55 4-5. Fifth Race—Purse; three-fourths mile: Spion first, Frontenac second, Planute third. Time, 1:16 1-5. Sixth Race—Selling: seven-eighths mile: Kaiserhoff first, Berthmont sec ond, Grace Larsen third. Time, 1:30 3-5. Seventh Race—Selling: mile and an eighth: Ancestor first, Golden Mineral second, Rebounder third. Time, 1:56 1-5. At Oakland. First Race—Selling: nine-sixteenths mile: Gin Hee first, Huskey second, Raleigh third. Time, : 56 1-5. Second Race—Selling: three-fourths mile: Paddy Lynch first, Lem Reed second, Beknlghted third. Time, 1:15 2-5. Third Race—Selling; seven-eighths mile: Wicklow first. Convent Belle second, Tanana third. Time, 1:28 4-5. Fourth Race—Purse; eleven-six teenths mile: E. M. Brattaln first, The Mist seeond. Confederate third. Time, 1:08 1-5. Fifth Race—Selling; mile and one sixteenth: Dutiful first, Pal second, Hugh McGowan third. Time, 1:49 1-5. Sixth Race—Purse: one mile: Ruby first. Mahle Hollander second, North west third. Time, 1:42 2-5. Detroit, Mich.—Returns indicate that Michigan has gone republican by about 75,000. Lee Cruce of Ardmore, who Is one of the leaders for the democratic gub ernatorial nomination in Oklahoma, Is a prominent banker and business man of affairs in the Chickasaw Nation. A Teller ads bring results. U lNT 15 . a l. c. LiALUlU i J. il, uxu±\ ± i.c>X. Kuum zuz i\ew main Alum reuniting, rmuiit 34»3. l evtisiui manu. ->U. BUÖJ.UN, DHNTTsJX. KooUl w, Adams Block. Flume luuu Zu*. HM Y ÖICIAlMo AND SUfSOtONo. DK. H1NKLÏ, Physician and Bur geons, Disease« of Women a Special ty. Room 6, Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 131. DR. MORRIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUR GEON. Room 3 *6. WEM^yhet Oh. HURLBUT, PHYSICIAN ANc SURGEON. Room« 3, 4, b, Tlneeeeu Bio*». J. E. McLaughlin, m. i>„ PkydMan and Surgeon, office Rooms 8 and 4 New Porter block. Residence 622 Ninth avenue. Phones: Office Red 7*1; resMenee, Red 7«2. ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC HBALIMG INSTITUTE. Nature's own kawo ef heating aH cura ble diseases. Dr. J. W. MulMsdx, Plop, first floor over Moxley's Drug Store, cor. Third and Main. Phone Red 1181. MAGNETIC HEALING. PROF. F. C. HAGEL, Magnetic, Mas sage and Electric Treatments. Room 10 Bee Hive Block, Lewiston. Idaho. 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, 76c; Indies', 80c; children s, 60c; rubber heels, 50c. Wooster Broe., Props., 876 East Main.; half blook east of M. E. Church. CONTRACTORS. H. T. MaDGWTCK. CONTRACTOR A BUILDER, 1 ewlston. Idahc George Boggs, Carpenter and Contrac tor. All kinds of Jobbing, saw filing, etc. Office and shop, <2 Third St., KAMIAH VALLEY PRODUCES ALL 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, Kaml ah, Idaho. On the Fight Calendar. ALLENTOWN, Pa., April 2.—Con siderable interest is being displayed in the boxing show to be pulled off to night at Oatasauqua. The principal event is to be a 10-round go between "Kid" Ferry, of this city, and Jack Cardiff, of Reading. In the prelimi naries "Kid" Williams of Slatington, will meet Young of this city, and "Red dy" Moore of Philadelphia and "Young Burke" of Wilmington will mix it up for six rounds. College Baseball Games Today. Yale vs. Georgetown University at Washington, D. C. t University of South Carolina vs. Furman University at Greenville, S. C. Pennsylvania State college vs. Wash ington and Lee at Lexington, Va. A Lacrosse Team Sails for England. MONTREAL, April 2.—The Capital lacrosse team of Ottawa, which won the championship of Canada and holds the Mlnto Challenge cup, sailed for England today on the steamship Em press of India. A number of exhibi tion games are to be played In Eng land and Ireland. The first game will be with the South of England team In London on April 18. Later in the month a game will be played with a team made up of Oxford and Cam bridge players. Monica Regetta Opens MONTE CARLO, April 2.—The an nual competitions of the International Sporting club began today under most favorable auspices. The hotels are fil led to overflowing with visitors, among whom are an unusually large number of English and Americans. The ac quatic competitions are to extend over a period of two weeks. This year the two categories of racers and cruisers have been increased by fresh races organized for service cutters pertain ing to the navy and hydrophanes. The action of the Kentucky court of appeals in declaring unconstitutional the redistricting act of 1906 wll take from the democrats seven members of the legislature which It was intended to gain by the gerrymander, and will render more doubtful the election of Governor J. C. W. Beckham to the United States senate. OSTEOPATHS. DRS. A. S. COON & 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 «5. Special at tention to diseases of women and children. Examination free at your residence In Clarkston or Lewis ton. Christens V. McNael, osteopathic physician, graduate of the American School of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Mo. Acute aad chronic diseases treated; dieeases ef warnen a spe cialty. Office room 188 Means' building; phene Main 116; eensuna tion tree SIDNEY A. BARTLETT. Dt O., grad uate of Still College. 215-1« Idaho Tvwst Bldg. Phones: Offiee, Main 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 Trouble#, Paralysis, Deaf ness, Neuralgia. Headaches and all Female Difficulties. .For -estlmonlals call at office, Rooms 1 and 2 Nsp Porter block, Lewlxtnu, Idaho. Phone Black 761. ' HOUSE MOVING. HOUSE MOVING and foundation work. Schmidt A Blume, successors to J. C. Liven«parger, corner Third and C streets. tf Phone Red 1822. ARCHITECTS. J. E TOURTELLOTTE A CO.. AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Deni A Butlei Building, 61* Main 8t Phone Red 5SL H. N. BLACK, Architect, office Bee Hive Block. \ M. F. VALK, house moving and rais ing. #7 Snake River avenue, Lewis ton, Idaho. LYNCH CAUSES PRETTY MUSS Refuses to Take HiVTacoma Team to Bellingham to Play The Tacoma baseball franchise mat ter is in a worse muddled condition than heretofore as the result of word from Tacoma to the effect that Mike Lynch Is going to stick with Shreeder, and will not take his team to Belling ham, to which city the Tacoma fran chise was transferred. George Shreeder after stalling off President Lucas for the past several weeks, has now come out with a state ment that he Is going to give Tacoma baseball. In telling of the franchise at Spokane yesterday, President Lucas said: "Before leaving for thg coast I re ceived a telegram from Shreeder In which he said: 'Tacoma does not want baseball.' What more could you ex pect to receive when a man wanted to surrender his franchise to the league? What other construction could be plac- ! ed on a telegram of that sort? Shreeder Wanted to Stall. "I went to Tacoma and my flrat ^ thought was to have Shreeder recon sider his action and take up the game. There seemed to he all sorts of trouble. Sunday ball was the biggest diffi culty. "There were parties there who had announced positively that they would oppose Sunday ball and there was no way to placate them that could be found. I had a number of talks with Shreeder and several of them were anything but satisfactory. "After I arrived there he seemed to want to stall me off from tfme to time, but I realized It was up to the league to do something. Says It is too Late. "I did not transfer the franchise. It was transferred by the unanimous vote FOR SALS. STOP AND CONSIDER. Machine shops, freight depot, at the terminal grounds , East Lewiston. Thla means homes for employee and, therefore, business opportunities. We have lots on Main street and trackage for 1600, and Inside lots 8350. Easy terms. Something Is going to happen In that Porter-Mc Leod tract We advise you to In vest. FENTON A LOWE, Real Es tate, 317 Main street, Lewiston, Ida. FOR SALE—A good lot, 64x142, cor ner 17th and Carson Ave. Inquire of L. A. Cole. ' 4-2. . FOR SALE;—1,000 strawberry plants for sale. Call on or address 281 Main. MUSICIAN KARL BAUMGABRTEL. musical di rector and teacher. Music furnished for all occasions. Room 4, Hotel Assemblée, Phone Main 88. i NO WORRY • • Let us do your washing. Sat • lsfactory work at a satisfactory • price. A phone call and our • wagon will call. Phone Main 204. I THE LEWI8TON STEAM ! LAUNDRY. • •F. L Haner -Signs! # MEANS BUILDING. # • Shop Hours 12 to 1 and 4:30 to 9.36 * Z PHONE RED 51. * ••••••••• ••••••••••••####» Lewiston Abstract Co. BONDED AB8TRACTER8, Lewiston. Idaho. Room 3 Volimor Blk. Phono Black 171 of the league directors. I haveslnce talked with most of them and they alii say they aro going to stand by the vote." Preslent Lucas states that In spite of the developments In Tacoma the franchise belongs to Bellingham and that city will have the team this sea son. Any effort of Shreeder to or ganize his forces at this time Is too late. On account of the change In the franchise the schedule has been alter ed. Spokane will open the league sea son In Spokan with Bellingham, ^prll 20 . Hall Going to Spokane. This Is the only change except that the Decoration day and Fourth of July morning games will be played In Seat tle. They were originally scheduled for Tacoma but the Jump cannot be made as the teams are now lined up. A meeting of the managers of the clubs Interested will he held at Spo kane tomorrow night, at the Spokane hotel. Russ Hall, manager of the Butte Gi ants. will leave tonight to attend the meeting. Hearing on 2-Cent Rate. ATLANTA, Ga., April 2.—The state railroad commission today commenced Its hearings on the petitions filed by the Georgia Farmers' Union asking for a reduction to 2-ents a mile on passenger fares In Georgia. Execu tives of the several railroads in the United States have been sited to ap pear before the commission and show cause why the reduction should not be made. ♦ EXPERIENCE. ♦ ♦ By year* of experience In the ♦ ♦ factories we find thla to be the ♦ ♦ case. That strong competition • ♦ forces the manufacturer to cheap- ♦ ♦ en his product year by year. ♦ ♦ Hence we say the beet As none ♦ ■— too good. Our experience aide ua ♦ ♦ In selecting the best Our ex- ♦ ♦ penses are light; henee our profite ♦ ♦ are modeet ♦ P. N. WILLIAM», ♦ ♦ Jeweler end Optician. ♦ ♦ Opposite Masonic Temple. ♦ Look Here! Here Is a Snap A four-sere track in Vthelandi room house, good buildings. Tree* ara r in full boaring. Cash er term* Address HOGRELIUS & DICK AGENT8 126 Means Bleek. Phone Red 681 Lewiston, Idaho. ATTENTION Advertisers To Insure insertion *f td • must be in by 10 o'olook of day adU is to appear. Copy for ads of one-half page or over must be in night proceeding day which it is to appear. Tha earlier the copy roaohee Tha Teller the better will be the com position and ths better the position given it. Call up Main 261 tor our adver tising man.