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DIAMOND $20,000 PURSE for horse race Seattle Plans firand 1909 Alaska-Ynkon=Pacific Handicap 6BATTLE, Wash., May 2.—A purse ^ 120 , 000 , the richest purse ever hung 4 P on a race course on the Pacific ^eest, will be offered to the horses finishing first, second and third In thi ^laaka-Yukon-Pacific handicap that is to be run at the Meadows In Seat tle in a 809, the year of the Alaska Xukon-Paciflc exposition. The race trill be a feature of the exposition lays, and the fat purse is' expected to firing together the fastest bunch of horses that ever ran on the Pacific coast. The handicap will be for three-year olds and the winner will receive $16, Coo, the second $3,260 and to-the third 41,760. The purse may be greatly in creased before the race is run. Preparations at the Meadows. The entries will close on January 1, 1908 , and the entry fee will be $460 for each horse. Should the entry fees .amount to more than $10,000 the King -County Pair association will add to the amount of cash to be given to the winning horses. The race will be for one mile and a quarter and none but «he best horses In the country will be -flitted for the event. Preparations are being made at the Meadows for the coming racing seas on. The stables are being put Into shape and the work wll soon be start ed on the track. The races this year will begin June 29, and will continue to September 14. The purses have been Increased, and Instead of amount tag to $1,550 a day, as was the case last year the dally amount will be tl.tSO. mr •Where Small Expenditures Bring Great Results« WHY "WORRY" WEARY? The Rent-is-too-high worry, r The Cook-is-leaving 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. WANTED—Salesman; many make 1100 to $150 per month; seme even «ore; stock dean; grown «n reser vation; far from old orchards; cash advanced weekly ; choice of terri tory. Address Washington Narsery Co.. Toppenlsh, Wash. tf WANTED—A woman starch er at tne Lewiston laundry. WANTED—For U. 8. Army; Able bodied unmarried men between age* •f *1 and $6; citizens *of United States, of good character and tem perate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to re cru ting officer, $00 Main street, Lewiston. Idaho. tf WANTED AT ONCE—Teams to hand le wheat from Ana tone to Asotin. Anatone Flour Mill Co. tf. TIMBER LANDS WANTMD—I need •<*»• mors Umber elalma at «oc*. J. M. MaRey. ' LOST. —A Lakeside gold mounted foun tain pen. The finder will please leave the same at the office of the Evening Teller. WANTED—For general work, man w tfe. Good positions to right par !***• Apply to "C," Teller office. WANTED—Man and wife to do gen eral work. Call on or address "CT, Lewiston Evening Teller. tf LEWISTON MEETS CANUCKS AGAIN Lewiston and Edmonton have made arrangements to play ball on the .Nor mal diamond next Sunday afternoon. Although the local team has had lit tle opportunity to get together for team work, individual members hav^ been working out with the Normal and Edhonton teams. To work at 9 o'clock in the morn ing and 2 o'clock In the afternoon, quitting only when eating time corner, is the program being carried out by Deacon White and his men. The Can adian team has been reinforcea by the arrival of several new men during the last week, and will be In better shape to play the game than they were last Sunday. Manager Edwards of the Lewistor team promises to have several new men on the ground who are surprises. He says he has a catcher lined up who will have a bunch up his sleeve when the time comes. THREE PLAYERS IN HOSPITAL With three of his best players in the hospital Deacon White Is suffering for lack of material to work with on the Edmonton teeam. Lefty Nagel, an outfielder, was struck by a ball in Sunday's game and has been laid up ever since with a bad ankle. He will be unable to be about for some time. Jimmie Grimes, the man whom White ptcked up at Spokane, who played with a city league team, it suffering with his teeth. A man with a toothache Is the worst creation pos sible on a baseball field. Grimes Is, therefore, forced to stay In his room and nurse his face while the team works out | ! j i j \ ; I ; j I I j i I ; Century Printing Cc Phone Blaok 11. tassement Lewiston Natl P»nl< ; j 1 F. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT DAW Rooms >08-109 Weiagerber Building. ATTORNEYS. JAMES E. BABB. A TTORNKY AT LAW—Practices In state and fed eral courts of Idaho and Washing ton. GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, LAWYER —Practices In all stats and federal courts of Idaho and Washington. Rooms 6, 0, 7. New Porter Bldg. Phone Main 217. JOHNSON A STOOKEY, LAWYERS. Rooms 117-118 Welsgerber block. J. B. WEST— ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will practice In all the courts of Idaho and before U. S. land office. Rooms (formerly occupied by V.& Und office) to Lewiston Natjpoal Bank Building. Phone Mata S3. EYE SPECIALIST. J. R. CLAIBORNE. Opttetom JJ properly fitted te stasM. den guaranteed. Call at Gee»* Lake's Jewelry store. SECRET SOCIETIES. Thunf, of —1» ■"»" Elk's Temple. George Rester, exaltea W. Muon"., «uw r vmHT g OF PYTHIAS—Excelsior knights > meeU every lodge No. *■ K °* . g o'clock. Wednesday ' welco me. a'SWO*. K-*. ♦ RESULTS AT LEXINGTON. « First race—Purse, 3-4 mile: Flern- i ing first, Barnesdale second, Autumn 1 King third; time 1:16 4-5. Second race—Purse, 9-16 mile: John Marrs first, Skyo second. Black Mary third; time 52 2-5. Third race—Purse. 1 mile: Mortl hny first. The Abbott second, Boxara third; time 1:45 1-5. Fourth race—Selling, 9-16 mile: Bil ly Bowlegs first, Cheswardlne sec ond, Buckett Brigade third; time i 5R. Fifth race—Selling,7-8 mile, Halben first, La Fayette second. Fantastic j third; time 1:28. Sixth race—Selling, mile and 1-8: Gauze first, Request second. Beiden | third; time 1:56. ♦ RESULTS AT OAKLAND. First race—Purse, 6-8 mile; Lem Reed first. Smithy Kane second, Andrew B. Cook third; time 1:01 8-5. Second race—Purse, 5-8 mile: Aaron J. first, Billy May ham second, Burn ing Bush third; time 1:01 2-5. Third race —Purse, 6-8 mile: Tum away first, Walter Miller second, Bel elgh third; time 1:01 1-6. Fourth race—Handicap, 1 mile: Logistella first, Lasaro second, Prin cess Titania third; time 1:39 2-5. Fifth race—Selling, 1 mile: Trap first, Dolinda second, Nothing third; time 1:41. Sixth race—Purse, 11-16 mile: Entre Nous first, Sanfara second, St. Francis third; time 1:06 1-5. Mississippi Teachers Meet. GULFPORT, Miss.. May 2.—The members of the Mississippi Teachers' asociatlon, several hundred In num ber and representing all portions of the state, will be much In evidence In Gulfport during the remainder of the week. The association begins Its twenty-second annua! meeting here this evening. Parkersburg, W. Va. —Judge Wm. A. Opley, of Charleston, and Captain T. R. Cowell, of Parkersburg, were fetal ly Injured In a B. & O. wreck near here. DENTISTS. DR. BOSTON Adams Block. DR. HINKLY—Physician and Bur geon, Diseases of Women a spec ialty. Room 6 Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 181. ( DR. MORRIS—, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Room 105, Welsgerber Block. Phone Red 051. DR. HURLBUT—PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Rooms S, 4, 6, Thlessen block. Phons Red 661. DR. L. K. INMAN—Specialist nervous diseases, female diseases and ob stetrics given special attention. Ail calls promptly attended. Office Por ter bulldog. Phone Main 96. »V. f. Galbraith, dentibt. Room 2UZ New Idaho TTuet Building. Buone Main 49, Lewiston, Idaho. ■ DENTIST -Room 20 Phone Main 254. PHYSICIANS AND 8URGE0NS. ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC HEALING INSTITUTE. Nature. 's own taws of healing all cur able diseases. Dr. J. W. Mulltalk, Prop, first floor over Moxley's Drug store. Cor. Third and Main. Phone Red 1191. MAGNETIC HEALING. PROF. F. C. HAGEL, Magnetic Mas sage and Electric Treatments. Room 18. Bee Hive Block, Lewiston. CONTRACTORS. H. T. MADOWICK, CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone Mata 164. GEORGE BOGGS, Carpented and Con tractor. AU kinds of Jobbing, saw filing, etc. Office and shop. Third street. M Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc, are due to Impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit ters Is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear skinned. THREE COLLEGE TEAMS COMPETE Whitman, Idaho 'Varsity and Pullman Meet Saturday The biggest event in track athlet ics ever pulled off in the Inland Em pire will take place on the Pullman track next Saturday when the Whit man college, Washington State col lege and the University of Idaho traça teams will assemble to contest for honors. The athletic field at the college Is In a condition to Insure fast time/ It Is expected that several college northwest records will be broken In the match, for the pick of the ath letlo material of the throe Institutions is In the meet to win. There are no strings on the championship. The teams look evenly matched on paper. The winner of the meet will be the champion team of the Inland Empire. INTERSCHOLASTIC OPENS TODAY The trl-state interscholastic track meet opened at Walla Walla with over 30 High school teams in attendance. The Lewiston High team reached there this afternoon and will be thoroughly rested In time for the opening events. Although Earl Storer has a badly sprained ankle it is hoped that he will be able to run in his old-time form and win places in time close to th? records. About 2,000 visitors from the schools represented In the meet are expected In Walla Walla today and tomorrow. Arrangements have been made for OST to FH I no. DRS. A. S. COON £ MARY E. COON, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. — Graduates under the founder. A, T. Still at American school of Osteo pathy, Klrksville, Mo. Residence and office corner Eighth and Chest nut streets, Ciarluton, Wn. Office nours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6, except Sat urdays. 'Phone Main <6. Special at tention to diseases of woman and children. Examination free at your residence in Clarkston or Lewis ton. __ 1 _ cmuoiiuMA v. McuNEAL—ustsopan ic puysic.au, giauuate Of the A m a r l - can tcuoui oi osteopathy at n i r tte Viue, M.U. a.cute auu curouiu disease» treated, disease# oi women a spec ially. office room I2v Means build ing; puons ■ étain nv; consultation tree. OiLiNLi A. BARTLETT, D. O, grad uate of e»uil college. 216 - 1 » Idano Trust Bldg. Pnonea; Office, Main vl, Residence, Black 1841. All diseases treated. Glassts fitted. onmuPKAC IIC. i^R. y. B. GABLE— CHlROPRAt.TOP. Acute and chrome ltMsaaes; cured witnoul drug- or <mtfe. Cpeoieit». on nervous and tern .a d-ai«-«— Rooms 1 and 2, Ne» Portai Block Phone Black 75L HOU8E MOVING. HOUSE MOVING AND RAISING and foundation work. Schmidt ft Blum«, corner Third and C atraata Phone Rad 1888. * M. V. 8 TAT.it, House moving and rais ing. »7 Snake river avenue, Lewta ARCH1TECT8. J. E. TOURTKLLOTTB ft CO, j CHITECTS. Room L Dont ft Butlsr Building, 8X7 Mata 6L Phone Red 691. H. N. BLACK, Architect, Office Bee Hive Block. MUSICIAN. KARL BAUMGAERTEL, musical dl rector and teacher. Music furnished for all ocaoslona Room 4, Hotel Assemblée, Phons Main 88. the housing of them all. The presl- | dent's office at the college will be con. j verted into a bureau of information. 1 at which place knowledge may be ob- I tained for securing rooms. Special 1 trains left Spokane and other cities on the main line this morning. The j preliminary and part of the somi-fl nais wore run today. TO LEWISTON! REILLY RETURNS Jack Reilly, who has been eagerly nosing about for either a fight or a wrestling match, is coming back to Lewiston to once more mingle with the fight fens, and to possibly fix up a deal with several men of talent who are reported to be In the vlclit lty. Jack stopped the cars at Moscow last night, and when stepping oft said to an Evening Teller representative: ''Tell the sports I'll be down there to morrow. I'll be back In a minute, but I got 'a go now," and he was oft on a run to catch his bus bound for the hotel, for 'twas freezing cold at that ghostly hour In the morning. Reilly has been at Hot Lake and other smaller towns In Washington since he left here, and looks to have the same vim and vigor he possessed while training for his fluke with Joe Gorman. SCENE SHIFTERS PLAY ASOTIN The Temple theater baseball team will leave tomorrow morning for Aso tin, where they go to meet the town team of that city In a game on Sun day next. The Temple team Is com posed of scene shifters, stage carpen ters and other attaches of the play house. The players have organised a strong team. FOR 8ALE. 8T0P AND CON8IDER. I Machine shops, freight depot, at the terminal grounds, East Lewiston. This means homes for employes, and therefare business opportunities We have lots on Main street and trackage for $600, and Inside lota $350. Easy terms. Something Is going to happen In that Porter-Mc Leod tract. Wo advise you to tn vesL FENTON ft LOWE, Real Ba tate, 317 Main street Lewiston, Ida. WELL IMPROVED TEN ACRES—l mils from Kamtah, $1450. Wheat farm, 4 mUes from Kamtah. $40 acres, $$,260. I have for sale the best farm In the Kamtah Valley, $4,30«, terms; 100 beering trees, 15 springs, 80 acres broke, over 100 acres tlbbable land.—Chas. Hotstat ter, the Real Estate dealer, Ka m tah . Idaho. Church edifice, 484 Main street, or gan, furnace, tarer stoves, table, tmf pet. etc, etc. CUT FLOWERS, ROSES, CARNA tions. Fred Oarby. Phone Red 1891. »-1 ROYAL PEKJN DUCK EGGS—Fine targe strain of ducks; eggs for set ting |1 per 18. W. H. Stewart, 9th avenue and 20th street., Notiea for Publication. Department of tho Interior, Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, April 8. 1007. Notice la hereby given that the to! lowlng-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof ta support of his claim, and that aald proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, en May 17, 1897, via: Thomas W. Shlrrod, of Union town, Washington, who mad* HE. No. 11180, February SO, 1005, tot tha NB. 1-4, sac. 84. T. SO N„ R. « W B. M. He names the following witne ss es t* prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via Frank Miller, of Unlontown, Wash., William J. Shlrrod. of Unlontown Wash.; Al EL White, of Lewiston Idaho; Perry Shlrrod, of Oene.et Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, Register. Wkly April 11 to May 18. FIFTY MILE RELAY RAGE Indians and Y. M. C. A Will Run From Salem to Portland The long distance relay race f roust Salem to Portland will be held Sat urday. The only entries this year are the Chemawa Indian school and tha local Y. M. C. A. Another year It la planned to hold the contest earlier, when It will not Interfere with tha lntorscholastlc athletics and can fea participated in by most of the lnatl • tutions of Western Oregon. A. M. Grllley was over the course Thursday and set the posts every five miles to mark where the various relays will be picked up. The last ona coming Into Portland is the shortest, so there will be a chance for a good spurt at the finish. The racers will start from Salem at 9:30 A. M. There will be one Y. M. C. A. runner and an Indian. Each will have a message from Governor Chamberlain to Mayor Lane, of Port land. It will be passed along at each relay and Inside of five and a half or six hours it ought to be delivered In to the hands of the mayor, at the as sociation hoadquarters here Western Association Plays Ball. TOPEKA. Kans.. May 2—With the same circuit as last year the Western association begins Its baseball season today under conditions that promis« success from all standpoints Th« schedule provides for the opening games to be played as follows: Leav enworth at Tooeka, Springfield at Oklahoma City. Hutchinson at Wichi ta, and Webb City at Joplin. Victoria, B. C.—General Baron Ku mkl, of the Japanese army, has ar rived here en route to the Jamestown exoosltlon. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho« March 12, 1907. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Susan Rich ardson, contestant, against Jamea R. Syfert antry No. 10741, made AprU 88, 1904, for NE 1-4 NW 1-4 Section 88. Township 87 N, Range 3 W, B. M, by Jamas R. Syfert, contestes, in which It la alleged that Jamea R. Syfert, an try man, never established a residence aft the land; that ha never improved and cultivated tha land; that he has aban doned tha land tor more than two ream last past and Immediately prior to the filing of this contest, and that his ab sanee from tha land has not been caus ed by his employment In tha army, navy, or marina corpe of the United States, aald parties are hereby, notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 6th, 1807, before tba Reg ister and receiver at the United Stated Land Office In Lewiston, Idaho. Tbs said contestant having, is ft proper affidavit, filed March 18, 1907. set forth facts which show that af ter due diligence personal service of this notice cannot be made, It Is here by ordered and directed that such no tice be given by due and proper publi cation. T. H. BARTLETT, Register. Dally Ap-6-May -6. ATTENTION Advertisers To Inaura insertion ef ad espy must be in by 10 o'clock of day ai ls to appear. Copy for ads of ono-holf page or over must bo in night proceeding day which It is to appear. Th# earlier the copy reeehoe The Teller the better will be the 00 position end tho bettor tho position given it. Call up Main 261 tor our adver tising man.