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"MARVEL" 7 It la 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 manufao taxed by The Anetone Flour Milling Co. 'p a * % < SCltf •ININS AND PULLMAN «TAN« ARD AND TOURIST SLL^PERS OM «L MAIN LINg, PASSEN SIR TRAINS. STANDARD SLEEPERS ON NOS. 11 AND It, PALOUSE BRANCH rrr-p— Sch.dul. for Ltwiitom Mo. 6—Spoken« and Palouse, arrive«............ 1:10 pu a Ra 11—Spokane and Palouae, arrives............7:1* a. at Me. 17—From stltea and Otear vater pointa ......... ....................ll:Ha.a Mo. >1—From Coldeaao, ar rive«..(:M p. m. (Ex. Bondar) Mo. IS—Palouae and Spokaxu, departs ............S:l# a. m Ma. It—Palouae and Spokane, departs...........U:M p. a Me. it—For Btitea and Clear water pointa ......... .......1:41 p. m. (Ex. Sunday) Ma It— For Coldeeac....... ............1:66 (Ex. 8under) TWO TRAINS A DAT TO KANSAS «ITT. VIA. THE NORTHERN PA CIFIC, BILLINGS AND THE BUR «ANOTON. Train No. 4 leaves Spo kane at 14:16 p. m. dally, equipped with through chair car, standard Pull naan and Tourist Sleepers. Strict!) Mrat-elaas. Dining car service. Clost ooon action. made at 8L Joseph for St boula For further information, cal 1 <mt phone W. J. JORDAN, AgenL THE COMFORTABLE WAY. TL ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST. DAILY THE FLYER AND FAST MAIL AT SPOKANE Train Sarvloa. THROUGH CARS Making Praetleally Through CLOSE CONNECTION PALACE SLEEPING CARS TOURIST SLEEPERS DINING CARS, a la carte OBSERVATION CARS For rates and full Informa tion, or a call from our Trav eling AgenL write E. 8» BLAIR, General AgenL Spokane, "faatt, er i. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A* Seattle, Waeh. OREGON Short line in Union Pacific ONLY UNE EAST VIA SALT LAKE and DENVER TWO TRAINS DAILY TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA, WASH VAST MAIL—For Pomeroy, Waltaburg, Dayton. Walla Walla, Pendle ten. Baker Ctty and aS peints East. parti daQy .............. 11:6« p.m PAST MAIL — From all points East, Baker City, Pendleton, Walla Walla, Dayton, Waltaburg, Pom saoy, arrive« dally.......1:36 p.m. EXPRESS for Portland, San Francisco, Baker City and ail points East, departs... 6:6#p-m. « EXPRESS from all points East, Baker City, Saa Francisco. Portland, ar « rives dally ..............6:16a.m. Boat t e nd s« on Snake Rtveft Steamers leave Lewlntsa Ta» C. O. D. GROCERY All kinds of Fruit and Vegetable« in Season Confectionery Cigars and Tobacco THE BIG TENT 804 Main St. Pollard & Co. CLOTHE3 CLEANER8. Wildenthaler Blk, Main SL Phene Red 111 A, k The Mint BAKER A SMITH. PROPRIETORS. Choice Liquors, wines, brandlas and cigars. A Nub room in co nn ect i o n Ctarfc Building. Main Street. Clyde J. Vassar UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phones) Office, Red 3311 •weidenoe, Red 832. LEWISTON DRAY l COMPANY : STORAGE 5 Office at Blue Front. Main St * Office Phone Main S. . • ëeeeeeeeeeeeeee»«veeeeeee* Washing Done right, priced right, deliver- * ed promptly. i i Give u* e trial that we may * •ubstantiate our aseertion. e e Phone Main 204. * THE LEWISTON STEAM « LAUNDRY. J ; DILL BROS \ • MEAT MARKET ! 871 Main Street Phone Main 1t1. Patronize Home Industry and Drink Weisgerber's Beer Special Brous •M'OTE NICHT" Bottle Beer. I Chicago and New York LAKE SHORE—NEW YOR> CEN TRAL. Lv. Chicago daily............2:10 p. re Ar. New York dally........9:10 a. m Lv.. New York dally........ $:<6 p. m ki. Chicago dally..........8:80 a. m MOST COMFORTABLE FAST SERVICE uOUTB IN AMERICA Ï IDAHO TRANSPORTATION 9» g COMPANY. ® Stages from Stltea to Grange- & a» villa and Cottonwood. $ X First-class servie«. 6& 7 Good stock, axporlanoed driv fn g H. C. JACKSON, Manager. There la satisfaction «a a op Pacific Saar at the BRONSON REACHES RETIRING AGE Special to Evening Teller. WASHINGTON, D. C., July 8.—Aft- | er being In active service since Civil j war days. Rear Admiral Willard H. Brownson. at present In charge of the bureau of navigation at the navy de partment, reached the age for statu tory retirement today. Admiral Brownson fe one of the most popular officers of the navy and In his long career he has been the central figure in a number of stirring adventures. One of these occurred In 1893, when Read Admiral de Mello, of Brazil, with a small fleet, consisting of one ironclad cruiser, two torpedo boats and several merchant vessels, seized the harbor of Rio Janeiro. No vessels could pass Into or reach the piers in the harbor, and much distress was occasioned. A small fleet of American warships was in the neighborhood. Among them the Detroit, in command of Admiral Brownson, then a commander. An American merchantman was also there with a cargo to discharge, but was pre vented from landing by Mello's fleet. Her captain appealed to the commo dore in command of the American war ships, with the result that the Detroit was detailed to act as an escort to the American vessel and to see that her captain had an opportunity to dis charge her cargo. Clearing decks for action and with every man at his post. Commander Brownson sent word to Admiral de Mello of what he intended to do, and then gave the command that sent the Detroit and the smaller vessel on their perilous way. Through a lane formed by the Mello navy they sailed. Some gunner of the Brasilian fleet fired a shot at the merchantman, and before the smoke had cleared away one of the big guns of the Detroit belched forth. Brownson shouted from the bridge to the Brasilian admiral that If another shot was fired he would deliver a broadside. This had the effect of alarming the Brasilians, and the vessel discharged her cargo in peace and re tired in good order. ♦ WANTED. ♦ ♦ Ten experienced clothing sales- ♦ ♦ men. Apply at once at the Wat- ♦ ♦ son Clothing Co., Meaker & Coch- ♦ ♦ ran. Try the Teller Want Ads. For a drink of good old Bock or Pacific, see Harry and BUI at th# Tacoma. Have You Seen Them? A 7-Pipcp #m m 1 1 vy VV' French Porcelain Berry or rruit Set Handsomely decorated in heavy Gold Coin border with natural color of strawberries in center. This Is How You Get Them You pay one dollar down and 5o cente per month until the sum of $3 has been paid—which is the subscription price of The Teller for six months—which en titles you to This Handsome Premium Free and The Teller delivered 10 your address for six months. This premium delivered on the payment of One Dollar \ TEACHERS RALLY [AT LOS ANGELES | j LOS ANGELES, Cal., July 8—After an interval of eight years Los Angeles again had the pleasure today of throw ing her gates wide open in welcome to the annual convention of the National Educational association. The educa tors have been pouring into the city like a steady stream since Saturday morning and the opening day finds the attendance of visitors fully equal to all expectations. Although the association does not begin its general sessions until this afternoon, when Rev. Robert J. Bur dette delivers the address of welcome and President Nathan C. Schaeffer of Pennsylvania delivers his annual ad dress, there were enough department meetings and side comferences this morning to keep the teachers busy. The National Council of Education held Its Initial session this morning and en gaged in a discussion of public school finance. The department of Indian education also held a session and re viewed the work of the past year. President Schaeffer has chosen as the subject of his address at the open ing this afternoon the question, "How Can the School Aid the Peace Move ment?" Another speaker will be Pres ident Storms of Iowa State college, who will be heard on the subject of "Education and Democracy." Noted speakers are scheduled for this even ing, among them being President W. O. Thompson of Ohio State university. B'shop Conaty of Lee Angeles and Senor Justo Sierra, minister of public Instruction of Mexico. ♦ Sheet Metal Workers Meet. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. July 8 .— The Amalgamated Sheet Metal Work ers' International Alliance, one of the strongest labor organizations of Am erica, began Its fourteenth annual convention in Atlantalc City today with delegates resent from various parts of the United States and Canada. Presi dent O'Sullivan, of Pittsburg, called the gathering to order this morning. The sessions will last a week or longer and will be devoted to the transaction of much business of inter est and importance to the craft. Bistey Rifle Meeting. LONDON, July 8.—Seldom If ever before In the history of the National Rifle association's competitions has so much public interest been manifested as Is displayed in the meeting this year, which opened at Blsley today. The best teams from Canada, Aus tralia, India and Uganda are to take part In the competitions, which will extend over a period of 12 days. ■»«' ♦ NORTHWEST INLAND NOTES. ♦ PORTLAND.—A large portion of the next term of the circuit court will be taken up in hearing cases In which the Oregon Railroad and Navigation company is made defendant In ac tions where damages are sought on account of the car shortage. PENDLETON.—Definite action to ward the erection of a city hall has been taken by the council, and a build ing committee has been appointed with authority to proceed with the work. Pendleton.—Lower freight rates for the shipment of grain will be asked by the Grain Growers' association of Umatilla county, and the matter will be brought to the attention of the rail road commission by an attorney em ployed by the association. OLYMPIA.—Indicative of the appre hension entertained relative to a fuel famine, the state board of control has placed an order for 800 tons of ,coal to be delivered to the state Insane asylum at Medical Lake. WALLA WALLA.—The city election will be held this afternoon, at which j time the mayor, chief of police, three I councllmen and other city officers will be elected. It Is believed Mayor Kel lough will succeed himself in office and other candidates allied with him elected. COLFAX.—The track of the Spo kane Inland railway reached the de pot site at this place Saturday eve ning. The ballasting crew Is within a few miles of town, and it is expected this feature of the work will be com pleted to Colfax by July 20. It Is ex pected the road will be turned over to the operating department by August 1, at which time a regular schedule will become effective. TOPPENISH.—Elaborate prepara tions are being made for the reception of Secretary Garfield and party, who are scheduled to arrive here Tuesday, July 9. COLFAX.—The mayor and council have called a mass meeting for Tues day morning to discuss the advisabili ty of granting a 15-year franchise to the Pacific States Telephone and Tele graph company. The ordinance grant ing such a franchise has passed the second reading and will come up for final vote at the next meeting. The mayor and council have expressed themselves as favorable to being guid ed In this matter by an expression of the mass meeting. I.'-..* mai ivvo run crops or alfalfa will be secured. • The alfalfa is Don't You Want Them? A Hanging Hardwood o 9 Mission Plate Rack and three 9-lncn Porcelain Plates handsomely decorated in colors Has four brass hooks for cups, and a top shelf 4 1-2 inches wideJ This Is How You Get Them Y ou pay two dollars down and So cents a month until the sum of $6 has been paid—which is the subscription price of The Teller for one year—which en titles you to This Valuable Premium Free and The Teller delivered to your address for one year. This premium delivered on the pay ment of * Two Dollars the next cutting. yielding from two to five tons per acre tor the first crop, and the recent rains bave Insured a heavy yield for NORTH YAKIMA.— The Yaklma Moxee Valley Land company yesterday made a conditional purchase of 35,000 acres of arid land in the Moxee valley, the price being <500,000. The land will be placed under Irrigation and sold in small tracts. NORTH YAKIMA.—An application for the bonding ef Yakima county for $200,000 for the purpose of improving the roads will be made to the county commissioners which convene tomor row. The application has been circu lated throughout the erttire country, and has received a large number of signers. NORTH YAKIMA.—Secretary Gar field will be asked upon the occasion of his visit here to change the plans of the Tletonl irrigation project so as to include the Ahtanum valley. This section is now compelled to d. pond upon the Ahtanum creek and during the latter part of the summer the wa ter is not sufficient to supply the de mands. j -- I NORTH YAKIMA.—The largest sale of sheep reported for some time is the sale made by Coffin Bros., by which 12,000 head have been sold i n Chicago for $4.50 a head. WALLACE.—County Surveyor Geo. R. Trask, recently appointed, has reg istered a complaint with the county commissioners relative to the quar ters provided for his office, and asks that a better office room be provided. IfULLAN.—A 20-year franchise has been granted the Rocky Mountain Tel ephone company, and the establish ment of an exchange will be perfected within a short time. MURRAY.—A new water system will be installed by the Murray Water company, an order for approximately 4.000 feet of 6-lnch pipe having been recently placed. WALLA WALLA.—Felix Geaney, formerly a companion of Harry Or chard. has been summoned to Boise by the state to prove that Orchard was present when the Bunker Hill and Sullivan mine was blown up. 8tate Employes' International. NORFOLK. Va„ July 8.—The annual convention of the International The atrical Stage Employes' alliance began at the Jamestown exposition today I and will remain in session until the end of the week. The attendance is large and representative of the chief cities and towns throughout the is United States.