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"MARVEL" 7 It is the very best all-hard Wheat Flour In the local market. Try it and be convinced. Buy It and be satisfied. Sold by all leading grocers and manufac tured by The Anatone Flour Milling Co. à * % SCI* •ININ« AND PULLMAN AT AN© ARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS ON «al MAIN uni PASSEN •KR TRAINS. STANDARD SLEEPERS ON NOS. 11 AND 1R, PALOU8E BRANCH P— * n gor Sehedule for Law I «tom SVo, 9—Spokane and Palouae, arrive«............9:90 p. m We. 11—Spokane and Palouae, arrivée ............7:90 a m Wa. 17—From Btltee and Cloar water pointa ......... « ............. «a. 91—From Cuideaao. ar rivée. .0:00 p. m. (Ex. Sunday Va 10—Palouae and Bpokant, 4P».- ' <WpArU ............i:lt a m Me. 19—Palouae and Sp oka ne , depart«...........11:00 p. a Sa IS—For Stttae and Clear water pointa ......... .......1:41 p. ua (Ex. Sunday'i Sa 99—For Cuideaao....... ............9:09 UDx. Bondar) TWO TRAINB A DAT TO KANSAS 4C BTT . VTA. THE NORTHERN PA curie. BILLINGS AND the bur «ANOTON. Train No. 4 leave« Spo Sane at 19:99 p. m. dally, equipped with through chair car, standard Full aan and Tourlat Sleeper*. Strictly a. Dining car service. Cleat Motions made at SL Joseph for St Por further information, cal' or phone W. 4. JORDAN. Agent, TABU IE THE COMPORTAS LC WAY. TL ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST. DAILY THE PLYER AND PAST MAIL AT SPOKANE Train Servloe. THROUGH CARS Making Praotkeally Through CLOSE CONNECTION PALACE SLEEPING CARS TOURIST SLEEPERS , DINING CARS, a la carta OBSERVATION CARS For rate« and full Informa tion, or a call from our Trav eling Agent, write E. 8. BLAIR, General Agent, 'Yaeli* 8. Q. VERKES, A. «. P. Seattle, Week, AW) Oregon Short line Union Pacific ONLY UNE EAST via SALT LAKE and DENVER TWO TRAINS DAILY TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA, WASH PAST MAIL—For Pomeroy. Weitab urg. Dayton. Walla Welle. Pendleton. Baker City end eB paints East. SeQy .............. 12:66 p. as PAST MAIL — From all points East, Baker City. Pendleton. Walla Walla Dayton, Waltaburg, Pom entree dally....... 8:29 p.m. EXPRESS for Portland. San Francisoo, Baker City and all pointa East, departs... 9:99 p. at EXPRESS from all point* Baker City, Son Francisco, Portland, ar rives dally .............. 9:19a.m. Riva» f a. ■ally, •• C. O. D. GROCERY All kinds of Fruit and Vegetables in Season Confectionery Cigars and Tobacco THE BIG TENT 804 Main St. Pollard & Co. CLOTHES CLEANERS. Wildenthaler Blk, Main St. Phone Red 111 / W « $NNT/|/ CAPSULES ^ AfJD^ $ The Mint BAKER A SMITH. PROPRIETORS. Choice Liquor«, «teas. hrandloe and cigare. A dub ream in C9ark Building. Main Street. Clyde J. Vassar UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phones: Office, Red 331 1 reeidenee, Red 332. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee LEWISTON DRAY I COMPANY : STORAGE 5 Office et Blue Front. Main St * Office Phone Mkln 9. • Washing Done right, prioed right, deliver ed promptly. Give us a trial that we may eubstantiate our assertion. Phone Main 204. THE LEWI8TON STEAM LAUNDRY. | DILL BROS j MEAT MARKET 2 at J I » j • ' • e I J e j 2 j o o 2 371 Main • Phono Main 191. ! oosooooooooooooooooooooooo Patronize Home Industry and Drink Weisgerber's Beer Speolal Brom •TOTS NICHT* Bottle Bear. Chicago and New York LAKE SHORE—NEW YOR. CEN TRAL. Lv. Chicago dally............2:$0 p. m At. New York dally........9:$0 a. m Lv. New York daily........$:$• p. a kt. Chicago dally..........8:84 a. m MOST COMFORTABLE FAST SERVICE ttOUTE IN AMERICA 5 IDAHO TRANSPORTATION fit q COMPANY. $ A Stage# from Stltos to Grange- Ô ~ villa and Cottonwood. 0 Ftzst-claaa service. É Good stock, experienced drlv-tj} H. C. JACKSON, Manager. £ er Pacific HORSE AND DOG MEAT German Statistics Show Increased Consumption As Food ♦ can tion the of WASHINGTON, July 5.—Consul Geoçge N. Ifft, In reporting that high priced meat has greatly increased the consumption of horse flesh and dog meat throughout the German empire, especially In the densely populated in dustrial centers, writes from Anna berg: During the year 1906 there were slaughtered for food in the Kingdom of Saxony (which constitutes one thirty-sixth of the area and contains about one-thirteenth of the popula tion of the empire), 12,922 horses and 8,736 dogs. This is an Increase of 224 horses and 133 dogs over the year 1905. In all Germany, during the year 1906, there were slaughtered for food 182, 000 horses. This is an increase of about 20,000 over .1905 and of about 47,000 over 1964, Complete figures in regard to the slaughter of dogs for food in the Ger man empire I hay« not been able to secure, but fragmentary statistics in dicate that the tout number was about 7,000—probably more, rather than less. In the city of Chemnits alone 698 dogs were slaughtered In 1906, an In crease of 88 over 1905, and during the same period 1,070 horses, an increase of 87 over 1005. While these two items show an Increase of 175, the total number of anlmalB slaughtered for food in that city during 1906 was 1,685 less than in 1905. Saxony also con sumed 214,640 head of cattle (steers, bulls, and cows), 422,831 calves, 1,112, 714 swine, 206,082 sheep, and 74,247 goats. These latter figures excepting those for the goats, are all slightly lower than those for 1905. Adverstising Horse Flesh — Dog Slaughtering. Horse flesh Is very generally adver tised in the German newspapers, espe cially in those of the larg industrial centers, and most German cities have at least one market which makes it a specialty, claiming for it a higher per centage of nourishment than that of either beef, veal, mutton or pork. Neither Is it unusual to find adver tisements of dog meat or for the pur chase of dogs for slaughter. Nor is it possible to read the Ger man newspapers for any length of time without coming to the conclusion that a great many dogs are killed and eaten that do not give up their lives I under official inspection. News Items j detailing the arrest, trial, conviction, ' and pun'shment by fine or imprison ment of men charged with killing and I eating dogs that belonged to others, sometimes valuable animal« or char j ished household pets, are not Infre j quent. Quite recently such an item told how the police at Cassel, a city of Hesse-Nassau, while searching for a lost dog, for whose recovery a reward was offered, located a private dog slaughterhouse and arrested four men who were apparently making a regular business of stealing and killing dogs. Several live dogs, several freshly slaughtered carcasses, and evidences of the slaughter of dozens of other dogs were found on the premises. 3 17 ted of the tric in on to the ed a of ' of a a dogs were found on the premises. SENATOR DICK IS INVOLVED COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 5.—A spe cial from Akron says that Senator Dick Is expected to give out a state ment regarding the shortage of Fred E .Smth, the Akron city treasurer, caused by loaning public money to friends. His shortage Is placed at $173,992. His shortage as treasurer of the county and of the school board is given as $104,089. Smith has made good the latter and Is now trying to square up with the city. CADET NAMED BY SEN. BORAH __ I BOISE, July 6.—Senator W. E. ! Borah has appointed Frank M. Wy- j man as cadet from Idaho to West j Point and John M. Danskln, alternate. 1 There 1» another alternate to be ap pointed and he will be chosen from the Pocatello country, the senator an nounces. It is not known when Mr. Wyman will be examined at West Point, but he will probably leave for the East soon for the purpose. Wyman and Danskln are among the brightest Boise boys, both having graduated from the high school with honors. Chicago.—Thirty-six persons were killed and 1,171 were injured as a re suit of the Fourth of July celebrations yesterday. ♦ NORTHWEST INLAND NOTE8. ♦ COLFAX.—The business men have subscribed $1,500, with promisee of more If necessary, for the purpose of establishing a twice-a-month market day, where producer and consumer can be brought together for business without the middleman's profits. PULLMAN.—Fire destroyed a por tion of the restaurant In the rear of the Court saloon at an early hour yes terday morning. The excellent work of the fire department prevented a serious conflagration. LEWISTON, Mont.—Wool buyers have closed contracts for 20,000,000 pounds o. the 30,000,000 clip at prices ranging from 20% to 21 cents per pound. The price paid here is about 3 cents in excess of the Idaho price. NORTH YAKIMA.—Mamie Jayne, 17 years of age, was ordered commit ted to the Medical Lake asylum by a lunacy commission. NORTH YAKIMA.—The directors of the state fair have been given the assurance that the ^electric railroad will be completed from the town to the fair grounds, a distance of several miles. In time for the operation of cars during the fair. The plans of the elec tric company provide for the con struction of about 260 miles of track in the Yakima valley. f NORTH YAKIMA.—Ed Hughes, ac cused of stealing a livery team, has been held to the superior court under 9500 bonds. • -> ) | „ + . ... PROSSER.—The summoning of the Jury for the term of the superior court which will convene in this city on July 15, has been commenced. KAHLOTUS.—Walter Dante Is held to the superior court without bonds on the charge of murdering Alfred John son. Dante gave hl» age as 19 years, and it is stated his father was hang ed for murder. MOSCOW.—Charles J. Munson, state land commissioner, has returned from a visit to the Pierce City timber dis trict, and states the recent rains have materially assisted In the prevention of forest fires. He states, however, that the forest patrol service is thor oughly organized and giving most ef ficient service. ' KENDRICK.—Claud Craig had a narrow escape from serious Injury by the breaking of the neckyoke while entering town from the Sperry grade with a load of hay. MOSCOW.—According to a decision of District Judge Steele, all witnesses summoned to appear before the dis trict court are compelled to respond, regardless of the distance to be trav eled. The decision is the outcome of a case wherein a provision of the state laws provide the deposition of the witness must be taken In case he is at a greater distance than 30 miles from the point where the court Is to be held. GRANGEV1LLE.—Henry Hansen, sawmill operator, was severely cut by an ax being struck by the saw and hurled ln such a manner as to strike his hand. WALLACE.—Nick Burley, the prizefighter, who has been In Jail for prizefighter, who has been In Jail for several months, charged with seduc tion, has been released upon $500 ball. COEUR D'ALENE—All prepara tions are being completed for the sum mer normal school, which will be held here from July 15 to August 26. Pri vate board and room can be secured for $6.50 per week, and those desiring to live In tents fully equipped can se cure the same for $7.50 for the term, the tent being arranged to accom modate two persons. PENDLETON.—Mabel Young War ner, who has been twice prosecuted for the forgery of her uncle's will, is now plaintiff In an action Involving her uncle's property, valued at $40, 000. In the complaint she alleges that she cared ftf her uncle for years and there was an understanding that she should have his property. WALLA WALLA.—Nora Earl, the woman hobo, was released from the city jail last night, where she had been detained for appearing In man's attire. She claims her home Is ln El Paso, Texas, and that she has been In every state In the Union except Montana. She appears to be a woman of consid erably education, Is not dissipated and does not Indulge In the use of slang. ATHENA. — The Preston-Parton I flour mills have completed the run for ! the fiscal year and report an output of j mi,000 barrels during the past 12 j months, an Increase of 41,000 barrels 1 over the production of the preceding year POMEROY.—J. E. Leach man. a farmer of the Mayvicw section, has been adjudged Insane and ordered committed to the insane asylum at, farmer of thi re- been adjudged committed to Medical l.«ke. Ht» hallucination YAKIMA.—Dr. Phillip Frank, health officer of Yakima county, was severe ly injured Tuesday by being gored by a bull. He was in the country and when attacked made for a fence, hut was caught by the wire an* Vb't" the bull inflicted severe n'-irle- He was rescued by a number of farmers. that some person la trying to do him injury, and he had secured a revolver for the purpose of protecting himself. WALLA WALLA.—A protest has been sent to Washington against the transfer of the local Immigration In spector to Seattle. SPOKANE.—George Baslles, a young man of good appearance, was The Best of Everything NORTHERN PACIFIC Throught Vestibuled Trains, each way be tween North Paoifio Coast Points and 8t. Paul, Minneapolis, Du luth end Superior, carry the latest styles of through Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and handsome Day Coaches. Dining Cars run through and meals are served at regular hours eaoh day. "North Coast Limited" daily in each direction—Steam Heated, Eleotrio Lighted, Library, Buffet, Baths and Barber Shop in its unique Observation Car. SEND FOR NORTH COA8T LIMITED BOOKLET. W. J. JORDAN, OeneuMl Agent, Lewiston, Idaho. Northern Pacific Railway A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A* Portland, Oregon. Bollinger Hotel Lewiston's Leading Commercial Hotel INVESTIGATE the unexcelled terms offeree by the IDAHO TRUST ;CO. ON REAL ESTATE LOANS We make loans on improved City Property upon better terms than those offered by BUILDING AND LOAN A830CIATI0N8. Low rate of interest. Easy payments. No delays. Others have investi* gated and found our terme most satisfactory. Farm loans a specialty. F. W. KETTEN BACH, President. O. A. KJOS, Vie« President E. C. SMITH, Secretary. W. F. KETTENBACH, President J. ALEXANDER, Vice President x GEORGE H. KESTER, Cashier. The Lewiston National Bank LEWISTON. IDAHO DIRECTORS Joe. Alexander, C. C. Bunnell, J. B. Morris, Grace K. Pfaffiin, A C. Beaoh, Geo. H. K este r, W. F. Kettenbaoh, O. E. Guernsey, Wm. A Libert, Jno. W. Givens, A. Freidenrioh. Corner of Main ana fourth Street* TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Sight Exohangs Sold on All the Principal Cities of the United State* and Europe. 5CTS A package at all Drug, Confectionery, 'Cigar mid Retail trad* supplied by the Idaho group Co. and the Lewiatou Merchants* Oa, LewlaUn. a CHEW PEARLO DENIAL CHEWING GU IT MAKES WHITE TEETH taken from the Lewiston train yester day morning and seems to be dement ed. He is suffering from a severe wound in the head and was removed to a hospital for treatment. It l 3 be lieved his Injuries have resulted unbalancing his mind. Baby won't suffer five minutes with croup If you apply Dr. Thomas's B c - lectrlc OH at once. It acts like magic.