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DIAMOND thank* LOCK STRIKES BEAVERS HARD Have Won My Four Dot of Seventeen Games Played This Season The Beavers of Portland seem to he hopelessly In the hole with only four games won and 13 lost for the this season, but from the way things are shaping Manager McCredle has evidently not given up hope. He is •till shifting his men and adding new ones to the bunch, until It seems as If he must And the combination If he keeps after it hard enough. But re sults are what count and McCredle Is certainly not getting them. After Kane was hurt and Shinn was shifted to third base the team was ma terially strengthened. Many of the fans are "dead sore" at Shinn ever since he fell down in the first game of the season, but he certainly has delivered the goods from the difficult comer. He has picked up two or three hot ones every game there and in five contests has made only one error. Shinn was a second baseman before McCredle signed him, and It is not at all surprising that he felt out of place in the outfield. By getting Donahue the team does not seem to be much strengthened. Donahue is evidently out of practice, from the way he has handled the ball. In his first three games he made five errors and two of them were dropping fouls. In Carl Moore, the Kansas school teacher, whom McCredle borrowed from Danny Long, the Beavers seem to have a find. He certainly caught a fine game whenever he had a chance, and he is playing first base now since Newman's shoulder was dislocated. McCredle has announced that he has made arrangements to use him the balance of the season. That sounds iSI T-il-- 'iB f - Til »Where Small Expenditures Bring Great Results« WHY "WORRY" WEARY? The Rent-is-too-high worry, The Cook-is-leaviag worry, The Room-to-rent worry. The Not-enough-boarders worry, The House-to-sell worry. These and the rest of the day's "worries" yield easily and quickly to the want ad treatment. HELP WANTED. WANTBav-Salesman; many make 0 to 5150 per month;, some area * nor * : •tock clean; grown on rnain Wlon; far from old orchard.;^ah •dvanced weekly; choice of terri - r* 7 ' Address Washington Naraery Co " Toppeaish. Wash. tf Wanted—a woman starcher at the Lewiston laundry. W A^ TED — For U. 8. Army; Able ®°<Hed unmarried men between ages •f 21 and 35; citizens of United late*, of good character and tem plate habita, who can apeak, road * nJ write English. For information apply to recru ting officer, 305 in •treet, Lewiston, Idaho. tf ANTED—Position as stenographer « bookkeeper. Experienced. Ad " r * 8a I* M. C., car* Evening Teller. 4-tt-O? WANTED—a good cook; to the right person good wages win bo paid, "one Mate 75. Want ed— A gtri for (Wim i houoe 2* ^ <• Mrs. James EL Babb. Ninth a venae. ^. NTgP ~~ By a RunUy of two por ■°ns a maid for general housewoi k. Fhone Black HL tf CLEANING AND REPAIRING. pressing PARLORS othes Cleaned, pressed and repalr Phone Rod XU and have the w Mon call. Pollard * Co. TrWBBR ï-andb wanted— i • »ore timber claims at once. J. **• Malloy, good, for he is one of the strongest stickers on the team. He can play outfield too.. It is said that McCredle will return Carson to Augusta, Ga„ whence he came. Carson has been a big disap pointment this spring and as McCredle has not completed the purchase of him, it is rumored that he will be re timed with *. STANFORD WINS ANNUAL MEET Bests California by Score of 65-57; Six Records Broken Stanford unversity won the an nual track meet with the University of California, at Berkeley, Saturday, by a score of 65-57. Six of the records ex isting between the two institutions were broken. The dashes were run in slow time, the 100-yard being trot ted in only 10 2-5, time made repeated ly by local High school boys. CLARKSTON PLAYS U. OF I. PREPS The Clarkston High school ball team left this morning for Moscow, where they will meet the team of the prepar atory department of the University of Idaho this afternoon. After this feame they will go to Kendrick and meet the High school team there tomorrow af ternoon, Returning here Friday after Century Printing Co. Phono Black 601. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank. ATTORNEYS. F. D. CULVER. ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms 308-300 Welsgerber BuUdlng. JAMES B. BABB, A TTORNEY AT LAW—Practices In state and fed eral courts of Idaho and Washing ton. GEOROE W. TANNAHILL, LAWYER —Practices In all state and federal courts of Idaho and Washington. Rooms 5, 6, 7, New Porter Bldg. Phone Main 227. JOHNSON A STOOKEY, LAWYERS. Rooms 317-318 Welsgerber block. J. B. WEST—ATTORNEY AT LAW. W1U practice In all the courts of Idaho and before U. 8. land office. Rooms (formerly occupied by U. S. land office) In Lewiston National Bank BuUdlng. Phono Mate 55. EYE SPECIALIST. J. R. CLAIBORNE, Optician. Byes properly fitted to g l asse s , Satisfac tion guaranteed. Call at George Lake's Jewelry »tore. SECRET SOCIETIES. LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS, NO. SOI —Meet* every first and third Thuratay of each month at the the Elk'll Temple. George Rester, exalted ruler: Chaa. W. Muont, secretary KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS— Excelsior lodge No. J. K- of P.. meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights always welcome. H. Berg, C. C.; F. H. Wood, K of R. A S. - RESULTS AT NEW ORLEANS ♦ ♦ AND OAKLAND. ♦ At Oakland. First race—Purse, 5-8 mile: Wa'ter Miller first, Follie L second, Dsreng ton third; time 1:02. Second race—Selling mile and 3-4, Adonis first, Foncasta second. Cover nor Davis third; time 3:03 8-5. Third race—Purse, futurity course: I.isaro first, Cloudlight second, St. Francis third; time 1:10. Fourth race—Hand'cap, mile and 1-16: Geo. P. McNear first, Logestella second, Edwin Gum third ; time 1.46 3-5. Fifth race—Selling, mile: Bedford first. Massa second. Princess Titania third; time 1:40. Sixth race—Purse, mile: Cabin first. Bob Regan second. The Mist third; time 1:41 2-5. CANUCKS MEET t LOCALS SUNDAY Lewiston will fight it out properly with the bunch of Canucks in the Ed monton team next Sunday afternoon when they meet in an anticipated fast game of ball on the Normal school grounds. The Edmonton crowd have been working out very steadily since their arrival here and express themselves as thoroughly satisfied with conditions as they have found them. The grounds and training quarters with their hot baths are a very agreeable place after a hard workout in the morning and afternoon. The lineup f the two teams will be announced later in the week. German Parliamentarian Coming. BERLIN, April 25.—Dr. Barth, the well known parliamentary leader, sail • ed today for the United States, in which country and its political insti tuons he has for years been deeply interested. He proposes to deliver sev eral public addresses In America, and incidentally will Btudy the develop ment of the trusts and social life. Teller ads bring result*. DENTISTS. W. F. GALBRA LTH, DENTIST. Room 202 New ldüh.. Tiuat Building. Pnone Main 49, Lewiston, Idaho. DR. BOSTON— DENTIST-Room 20 Adams Block. Phone Main 254 . PHYSICIANS AND 8URGE0N8. DR. HINKLY—Physician and Sur geon, Dlaeaaea of Women a spec ialty. Room 6 Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 131. DR. MORRIS—, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Room 205, Weisgerber Block. Phone Red 651. P R. H URLBUT—PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Rooms 3, 4, 6, Thleaeen Mock. Phone Red 661. DR- L. F. INMAN—Specialist nervous diseases, female diseases and ob stetrics given special attention. Ail calls promptly attended. Office Por ter building. Phone Main 96. ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC HEALING INSTITUTE. Nature.'* own laws of healing all cur able diseases. Dr. J. W. Mulllnlx, Prop., first floor over Moxleys Drug store, Cor. Third and Main. Phone Red U9L MAGNETIC HEALING. PROF. F. C. HAGEL. Magnetic Mas sage and Electric Treatments. Room 10, Be* Hive Block, Lewiston, SHOE REPAIRING. Go to the People's Shoe Shop and get your money's worth. Hair soles. Men's 75c; ladles' SO e; children's 50c; rubber heels 50c. Wooster Brea, Props., 070 East Mate; half block east of M. B. church. CONTRACTORS. H. T. M ADO WICK. CONTRACTOR A BUILDER, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone Main 264. GEORGE BOGGS, Carpented and Con tractor. All kinds of Jobbing, saw filing, etc. Office and shop, 93 Third street. SLOAN'S FORTUNE NEARLY 60NE Famous Jockey Now Receives Only $50 Per Week Compensation J. Todhunter Sloane, once the pre mier jockey of the racing world, as sociate of princes and as much at ease with European nobles and American notables as in a feather-weight sad dle, who, beginning at New Orleans in 18S9, rode from oblivion into an an nual income of $100,000 or more—the greatest income ever pocketed by a jockey for some time, has been broken in purse and spirit and today he >s thankful for a $50 a week stipend, says an eastern paper. When, a short time ago, this once peerless jockey admitted on oath that his income was barely $50 a week, and that furthermore, he was really several thousand dollars poorer than Job, in the eyes of the law, the read ing and racing publics of two conti nents were surprised—astonished. Is Only Fifty Nine Inches Tall. Though hardly big enough for the average man to change his mind in the diminutive office was big enough for J, Tod Sloane, who, on his own smiling admission is as little as ever, if not so loud. His scant 59 inches and 95 pounds— the scales say so—were oddly con trasted by a cigar of full voting size and strength. His face under careful ly cropped and carefully parted dark hair, was drawn and corrugated with out having entirely lost the power of smiling. Other than a plain gold ring no flare or twinkle of jewelry was revealed be tween the left over scarf and the di minutive shoes. There was a tenacity of grip in shaking hands that confirm ed his claim to an unimpaired ability in piloting the Iron-Jawed thorough breds. Otherwise little about the Tod ■akasa O»! tùPÂl r. j. UHUk A. o. COON Ot MARI E. COON, Oöi'EORAXHiC RRitoiCiAN», — Graduâtes under tue tu under, À. '£. bun at American benoei of osieo pat ay, Aorssvuie, Mo. Residence and Office corner Elgnm ana etteat nut streets, clarkston, Wu. Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to a, except tiafc uraays. 'Phone Main 65. special at tention to diseases of woman and children. Examination tree at your residence In Clarkston or Lawte lon. OfcUtlö'i'ENA V. McNEALr—Osteopah tc pnysician, graduate of the Ameri can bchool ot osteopathy at RirSe ville, Mu. Acute and chronic diseases treated; diseases ot women a spec ialty. office room I3u Means budd ing; phone Main uu; consultation free. SIDNEY A. BARTLETT, D. O, grad uate of Still College. 215-15 i<i»hi> Trust Bldg. Phones: Office, Main 61, Residence, Black 1841. All diseases treated. Glassta fitted. CHIROPRACTIC. DR. J. B. GABLE—CHIKOPKAv. TOR Acute and chronic diseases; cured without drug" or knife. Specie iu; on nervous and fern .e U sto-en Rooms 1 and 2, New Porter Block. Phone Black 76L HOU8E MOVING. HOUSE MOVING AND RAISING and foundation work. Schmidt A Blume, corner Third and C streets. Phons Rod 1033. u M. F. VALE; Hons* moving and rais ing. 97 Snake river avenue, Lewis ton, Idaho. ARCHITECTS. J. E. TOURTELLOTTB A CO, AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent A Butter Building, 317 Main St Phone Red 60L H. N. BLACK, Architect Office Bee Hive Block. MU8ICIAN. KARL BAUMGAERTEL, musical di rector and teacher. Music furnished for all occosions. Room ' 4, Hotel Aesemblee, Phone Main 38. Sloane of today suggests the throneles 3 jockey king. There Is a movement on foot to have him reinstated and it is said the French Jockey club is willing. It is very doubtful if he will ever be per mitted to ride in America again. GET LEAGUE GAME REPORTS The management of the local Turf Exchange has arranged to get returns of the results In the league baseball games in the Northwestern league this season. Immediately following the games the winners will be announced. Bets will be taken at any time on the anticipated result. HEAP MUCH GALL NEXT SATURDAY Baseball mixed with Indian will be the program at the Normal school grounds next Saturday afternoon when the Normal school ball team plays the bunch of Nez Perce Indians from Fort Lapwal. The Indians have but lately organized but from reports from the Fort they are working hard and are rapidly getting lnto/shape for the season. Several old Carlyle players are with the team this season. Dave McFarland is acting as manager. — Trust Companies Merge. NEW YORK, April 25.—The merger of the Colonial Trust company and the Trust Company of America was rati fied today by the stockholders of the two corporations. The parent com pany is to have a capital stock of $2,- ! 000,000, a surplus of $10,000,000, and deposits of $70,000,000, Century Printing Co. Phone Blech 601. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank. kÖR 8 AlI. STOP AND CON8IOER. I Machine shops, freight depot, at the terminal grounds, East Lewiston. This means homes for employes, and therefafe business opportunities We have lote on Main street and trackage for 8600, and inside lots 1350. Easy terms. Some thin g la going to happen In that Porter-Mo Leod tract We advise you to In vest FENTON A LOWE, Pee l Es tate, 317 Main street Lewiston, Ida. WELL IMPROVED TEN ACRES—1 mile from Kamlab, 81,260. Wheat farm, 4 miles from s jjo acres, 58.260. I have for sale the best farm In the Wemieh Valley, 84,300, terms; . 300 hearing trees, 16 springs, 60 seras broke, over 100 acres tibbable land.—Chaa Hofiitet ter, the Real Estate dealer, Xamlah, Idaho. FOR RENT—A good six-room cottage on corner Thirteenth and Idaho streets. Good lawn, shade ar.d fruit trees. Gas and electric lights. Call at Teller office. Church edifice, 634 Mete strt.-t, or gan, furnace, three stoves, table, -ar pet, etc, etc. CUT FLOWERS. ROSES, CARNA tlens. Fred Garby. Phone Red 1851. 5.x ROYAL PEKIN DUCK EGGS—Fine large strain of ducks; eggs for set ting 81 per 13. W. H. Stewart, 9th avenue and 20th street LOST—A Lakeside gold mounted foun tain pen. The finder will pleas* leave the same at the office of the Evening Teller. Netleo of Attachment. In the District Court of Second Ju dicial District of tbo State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ne* Pane. J. C. Currington, plaintiff, va. Duke Robins, R. w. Tanner and Philip Meinen*, defendant To Whom It May Cion earn: Notice Is Hereby Given, That an attachment Issued out of the above entitled ac tion in the above entitled cau**, against the property of said defendant, on the ltth day of April, 1007. Dated this 16th day of April, 1907. W. L. GIFFORD. Clerk of the District Court By JNO. B. NICKERSON Deputy. MATT HICKS FOUND OEAD Matt Hick, an old time ball player, and said to be the first man to catch off the bat. has been found dead in hia room at Hoboken. He has been rec ognized with the New York Mutual* and the Cincinnati Red Stockings. H» was 60 years of age. It is supposed that he was asphyxiated by escaping gas. - EXPERIENCE. e» w By years of experience In the ♦ ' ♦ factories we find this to se the * ♦ case. That strong competition ♦ ♦ forces the manufacturer to cheap- ♦ ♦ en hts product year by year. ♦ ♦ Hence we say the best la none ♦ ♦ too good. Our experience aida ua ♦ ♦ In selecting the beet. Our ex- ♦ ♦ penses are light; hence our profits ♦ ♦ are modest. e» ♦ P. N. WILLIAMS, ♦ ♦ Jeweler and Optician. •* ♦ Opposite Masonic Temple. ♦ «»-WOMEN Robertine gives what every woman most desires—a perfect complexion. It brings that soft, smooth, fresh, clear tint to the cheek that denotes youthfulness. It will bring beauty to those who lack it; it will retain It for those who already possess It; It will enable you to successfully combat the ravages of weather and time. Don't doubt—don't argue. Just try Robertine. Your druggist will give you a free sample. .< All drug gists keep Robettine., & firpwwiij CONTEST NOTICE. Department the Interior, United States Land Offlc«, l*wl»ton, Mabg March 12. 1907. A sufficient contest Affidavit haring been filed in this office by Susan Rich ardson, contestant, against James R, Syfert entry No. 10741, made April 39, 1904, for NE 1-4 NW 1-4 Section St, Township t7 N., Range 3 W. B. M., by James R. Syfert, contestée, In which It Is alleged that James R. Syfert, entry man. never established a residence on the land; that he never improved cultivated the land; that he has aban doned the land for more than two yearn past and Immediately prior to the filing of this contest, and that hi* rk ~ •eno* from the land hag not been caus ed by his employment In the army, navy, or marine corps of the United States, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 6th, 1907, before the Reg ister and receiver at the United States Land Office in Lewiston, Idaho. The said contestant having, te u proper affidavit, filed March It, I90T, set forth facts which show that af ter due diligence personal service of this notice cannot be made. It la here by ordered and directed that such no tice be given by due and proper publi cation. T. H. BARTLETT, Register. Dally Äp-6-May ATTENTION Advertisers T* Insure insertion *f ad copy must be in by. 10 o'clock of day ad. la to appear. Copy far ade of one-half page ar over muet be in night proceeding day which it is to appear. The earlier the copy reaches The Teller the better will be the com position and the better the position given it Call up Main 261 ter eur adver tising man.