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To examine the waists we will have on sale tomorrow, before buy ing elsewhere. Our show ing of shirt waists in Lawns Madras Mulls Nets and Silks Is thé «wellest line in Lewiston today $1.25, $1.40, $1.65 waists.............................. 98c $1.75, $1.90, $2.00 waists................................... $1.24 $2.25, $2.40, $2.50 waists.................................... $1.48 $2.75, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 waists ...................... $2.48 See them. They will save •you money. The J. Alexander Co. Hot water For the Bath, Kitchen and Laundry The Star Heater furnishes plenty of hot water for bet) end all domestic purposes. One thou sand feet of gas gtveo with everj tester. The priee »1M» installed. Lewiston Gas Co. Main St Phone Main M t '/ /.(,» BOOKKEEPING Wov ENGLISH ARITHMETIC SPELLING PENMANSHIP CORRESPONDENCE t SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING COMMERCIAL LAW RAPID CALCULATION ATTEND LEWISTON iiÂVî \(PLL£GE/ rytranc O^iiD ^ 1 \LEWiSTonf ntf 0 School 51 U || IDAHO. STUDENTS MAY ENTER AT ANY TIME. School Opens September 23. HARVEST SH9WS GREAT YIELDS PENDLETON. July 8.—This morn ing the first thresher to be started in Umatilla county this summer com menced running on the Godfrey Neu man place, south of McKay creek, and fabulous reports of the yield have reached the city. The machine is run ning in barley, and so heavy was the flow of grain from the separator that it became necessary to secure an ad ditional sack sewer. For the purpose of getting another man to help sack the grain Mr. Neuman came to town during the forenoon, and he declares that the field Is better than he has ever seen there before. "The field of barley, If It holds out, will go TO bushels to the acre, and I believe that the wheat in that section will go as heavy in proportion," he de ed was fall sown and with the general favorable weather a bumper crop has resulted. The Neuman place where the thresher Is now working Is about six miles from Pendleton and is almost on the south line of the reservation. Try the Teller Want Ads. UNION SERVICE FOR CLARKSTON ♦ on be Pastors Plan for Oppor tunity to Take Their Vacations Clarkston Bureau Evening Teller. CLARKSTON. Wash., July 8.—The young people's societies of the several Clarkston churches are planning union services to be held for the remainder of the summer. Committees have been appointed from the Epworth league of the Methodist church, the Baptist Toung People's Union and the Christian Endeavor of the Presby terian church to consider on the ad vlslbility of the plan. The ministers of the Clarkston churches are also talk ing of uniting the churches for the summer and holding union meetings. If this was done it would give the ministers a chance to take a vacation without causing any Inconvenience to the people. News Notes Clarkston. John Halligus and James Smille left this morning for Troy, where they ex pect to cut some wood. Mrs. A. P. Llvengood, of Mohler, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hays. Mrs. N. H. Keltner left Saturday to visit her daughter, who resides at Nes Perea Mrs. A. Mood arrived this morning from Pullman, where she has been'vis iting. Miss Vina Redrlck, who has been visiting C. N. McLauhlin for the past few days left for her home at Kamiah. A number of the young people who returned to their several homes at Clarkston to spend the Fourth, left on the boat this morning for Kelley's Bar, and different points on the lower river. Alex Johnson, of Troy, Is visiting at the home of R. G. Plunkett. He ex pects to remain for several days visit ing friends. G. W. Fuller will leave today^ for Genesee to make a short business trip. He expects to be gone for a number of days. F. B. Lalng sold a one-acre tract Saturday to R. L. Ralston. The con sideration being 81,000. The place had few Improvements on It except fruit trees, and the price paid shows that Clarkston property Is still bringing a good price. Miss Louise and Nora Wilson, who have been away teaching for the past semester, have returned to their home at Clarkston. a - HOTEL ARRIVALS. *♦♦♦***•♦ ♦♦ Bollinger, J. W. Barber, C. J. Smith, I. H. Rockfeller, New York; H. P. Litch field, Spokane; J. H. Blackburn, Cot tonwood; R. J. King, Hanford; D. Goodsell. Portland; F. B. Eddy, Sear rle; E. H. Vilham, Lewiston; Ralph Hahn, Portland; N. A. Roberts, Spo kane; Wm. Heaton, Spokane; C. F. Travis, Spokane; C. H. Hanford, Seat tle; Laura W. Campbell, Tacoma; C. S. Kellison, Denver. Raymond. Mr. Fredinrich, Orangeville; J. Mc Clellan, Boise; Albert Manning, Boise; Jerr Baker, Echo; Martin Huffman, Eugene; W. C. Boomer, Spokane; W. E. Mc Alpin, Ethel Gaines, Wawawai; Nelcena La Follette, Watvawai; S. K. Anderson, Kippen; Tony Burgle, T. P. Lorang, Kendrick; S. M. Long, Spo kane; E. S. Sweet, Orangeville; R. J Alcorn, Stites; J. Wilke, Grangeville; B. E. Travis, Portland; C. W. Smith, Newsome; L L. Schultz. Grand. N. H. Dunn, Walla Italia; L. E. Pharla, Pullman; Mary Pharis, Pull man; Annls P. Riley, Seattle; Peter Dolle, Spokane; George Deschamps, Spokane; C. J. Fox, Pomeroy; Kay Waldrlp, Tacoma; N. J. Jacobs, Eng land; John Rhea, Kippen; Miss Ruth McDonald, Asotin; Jeff Fullton, Aso t.n; W. C. Patrick, Spokane; Miss Harry Goff, Asotin. De France. Harry Foster, Seattle; G. W. De haven, Palouse; Chas. A. Lilly, Pa louse; Ed Flatt, S. J. Cinder, Ilo; R. Coop and wife, R. F. Fuller and wife, A. L. Rlggle, Goff; H. K. Olsen, Ivy; L. Hanson, Anderson; Cecil Wood, Woodland; John Larson, C. S. Dona hue, Robert Kelly, Bert Mills, Jack Sims, Dent; F. Hyde, J. A. Mayer, Unlontown; A. J. Turnbull, Waha; E. D. Robertson. Clarkston^ Ivan Peter son, F. McKee. PERSONALS. Architect K. G. Malmgren, of the firm of Cutter A Malmgren, of Spo kane, was an arrival this morning. Architect H. N. Black left this morn ing for a business visit to Moscow. L. L. Dibble returned this morning from a visit to his family at Fair burn, where they are spending the summer. Clarence Robnett returned this morning from a business visit to Spo kane. J. C. Harding, of Clarkston, returned this morning from Spokane. Attorney W. M. Morgan, of Moscow, is a business visitor in the city today. ♦ IN THE 30CIAL REALM. ♦ Mrs. W. J. Jordan will leave tonight on the Owl train for Vastaon.-.Wash.,. where she will spend the summer months at her seaside cottage. Miss Lucile Branin will accompany her and be her guest for the season. Miss Olive McNace, who has been visiting here for a few weeks will leave for her home in Seattle Wednes day. Miss May Wüdenthaller will ac company her and after visiting a few weeks at Seattle will go to Belling ham, where she will be the guest of Professor and Mrs. E. T. Mathes for a mid-summer outing trip. Mrs. Oscar Briggs, formerly Miss Inez Baird, arrived in the city yester day from New York for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Baird, of this city. For many years Mrs. Briggs has been a successful ac tress on the metropolitan stage. Mrs. G. Orr McMlnftmy and children returned yesterday from Troy, where they have been visiting with relatives. Mrs. I. M. Binnard returned to the city yesterday after an extended visit with friends and relatives at Portland, Mrs. E. M. Crane and baby left this morning for Myers Falls, where they will spend the summer. L. L. Dibble and family have taken summer quarters at their farm cottage near Fairburn, where they will reside during the heated term. Mrs. H. W. Hibbard wflt leave on the Owl train tonight to spend the sum mer at her old home at Madison, Wis. Mrs. J. F. Rivers, who has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. L. J. DuBray, of Lewiston for the past year, leaves to night for • New York, where Bhe will probably make her home. Mrs. William Wyrlck, of Pendleton, Is expected to arrive In the city this week to visit her mother, Mrs. W. E. Krebbs. Mrs. C. A. Foresman and Miss Ken nedy entertained Miss Olive McNace and Miss May Wlldenthaller at din ner yesterday. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward -for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole do, O. We, the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation» made by his firm. WALDING, KINNAN A MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's' Family Pills for consti pation. On Hunting Trip. Col. James H. Graham, W. I. Marks of Lewiston and L. J. Willis of Buffalo, N. Y., left yesterday for Mt Rastus In the Burnt river country, where they will spend a few days bunting and fishing. The colonel Jias a mine there and they will also look over this prop efty.—Baker City Herald. Many Dollars Saved by buying one of these bargains in slightly used pianos Fk p Wk A Large size in fancy mahogany caBe t. JL. Byrne & Co# ««-»Finally sow f 0r 3325 , N low $162 n *1 Antique oak case, only slightly u^ed, practically as good as new, has ' Bailey been rented for several months, was 8350, N low $210 a e Ji'ull cabinet grand size, in antique oak case. Used one year, was 1 Anon * 36 ° N low $170 H« | || • ... 1 11 Beautiful mahogany case, In fine con Marshall & Wendall i'" 0 «, s v " T "" "* l N ow $240 \T* J. Lar * e orchestral grand sise In French Burl walnut case, as good as 1 Y ictor new> p r,ce * new << 2b > N ow $290 Terms as low as $15 down and $7 a month «PIANO VALUE** Next Door to Poatoffice Largest Northwest Dealers WM. LARSON, Manager PERSON AL8. F all O Mrs. Wm. L. McCready and daugh ter -Irene,- -returned to ther home at Asotin after having visited in the city for several days. Mrp. Harry Goff, wife of a prom inent farmer of the Asotin prairie country, returned to her home at Aso tin today. Miss Ruth McDonald arrived in the city last evening from Asotin and left on the morning train for Troy. Jerry Fox, who has been in the city for the past several days, left yester day for his home at Pomeroy. Mr. Fox was the leader of the band that went from Fort Walia Walla at the time of the Spanish-Amerlcan war. Tom Beall, one of the pioneers of the Clearwater country, arrived in the city this morning. John B. Collins was an arrival this morning from Pierce City. Mrs. S. A. Roe returned this morn ing from a visit with relatives on Central Ridge. Dr. J. M. Fairley, of Oroflno,, was a Lewiston visitor today. Attorney J. L. Harn returned this morning from a business visit to Peck. County Commissoner John B. Davis was an arrival this morning from Moh ler. Rev. Hood, of the Clarkston Presby terian church, returned this morning from a visit to the Clearwater coun try. William Ralph left this afternoon for Cottonwood, wlfere h* will conduct an auction sale tomorrow. N. B. Pettybone was a Lewiston vis itor today from Stites. W, C. Foresman, editor of the Oro flno Tribune, was a business visitor In the city today. P. H. Blake was In Lewiston today from Oroflno. • Martin Carlson, merchant at Moh ler, was In the city today. W. A. Curry was a Lewiston visitor today from Oroflno. Charles Urlch, merchant at Mohler, was transacting business In the city today. E. S. Sweet was a Lewiston visitor today from Grangeville. J. J. Wilkes, of the Stltes-CFange vllle stage and mall line, was an ar rival this morning. Deputy Sheriff A. A. Masters left this afternoon for a business visit to Oroflno. The directors of the North Idaho Insane asylum will meet at Oroflno to morrow for the purpose of transacting the regular quarterly business. F LOCAL BRIEFS. The First Baptist church was well filled last evening with the audience that gathered to the lecture on mis sionary work In Japan given by Miss Lavinia Mead, who is here on a visit to relatives after having spent 17 years In the far east In missionary work. Miss Mead gave an Interesting account of social" conditions in Japan and the work of the missions Ihere. Born today to Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hadley of this city a baby boy weigh ing 12 pounds and two ounces. Mr. Hadley Is the congenial proprietor of the Creamery Cafe and is feeling very proud and happy. | - Attorneys J. B. Anderson and E. L. Elliott have secured office rooms on the ground floor of the M. A. Means' building on D street, where spacious quarters with consultation rooms have been fitted up in a most attractive manner. Mr. Elliott recently formed a partnership with Attorney Anderson coming to Lewiston from Oelwein, Ia.j where he was superior Judge fqr a period of fdur yea^s......' " ' " 'A SUFFERING BRAIN CONCUSSION Phelps of Orofino Brought to Hospital for Treatment Henry Phelps, a resident of the Oro flno section, was brought to the st. Joseph hospital this morning suffering from concussion of the brain as the result of being thrown from a wagon while descending into the North Fork country at Bruce's eddy Friday eve ning. He was accompanied by Dr. j. m F airly, of Oroflno, and after reaching Lewiston Dr. C. W. Shaff was called Into consultation to assist in making an examination of the man'« Injuries. It was discovered that he had re ceived a severe blow on the side ot the head and the shoulder and both legs are bodly bruised by being run over by the wagon. Phelps has been In a semi-conscious condition since be ing injured and the full extent of the Injuries cannot yet be determined. Phelps Is about 46 years of age and has been In the Oroflno country for some time. He was employed last week by the Weyerhaeuser engineers to assist In surveying work In the Oro flno country and was en route to Bruce's eddy to commence work when Injured. Injured. New potatoes and new home gi oen cabbage fresh every morning. R. C. Beach Co. TESTED AND PROVED There Is a Heap of 8olace in Being ^Able to Depend Upon a Well Earned Reputation. For months Lewiston readers have seen the'constant expression of praise for Doan's Kidney Pills, and read about the ood work they have done in this locality. Not another remedy ever produced such convincing proof of merit. J. S. Elliott, m'ner, living just south of Baker City, Oregon, across the O. R. & N. railroad, says; "Since 1903 when I gave a testimonial recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills I have had no occasion to use a medicine for back ache or any kidney trouble. As I said in my former statement, I had been troubled with lameness and soreness In the back and over the kidneys, and the kidneys secretions were Irregular scalding and full of sendlment. I was restless at night and derived little ben efit from my sleep, often feeling Just as tired In the morning as when I went to bed. Doan's Kidney Pills entirely changed this condition. I give them all the credit for the splendid results they brought me.'' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-MUlburn Go., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Sfates. Remember the name—Doan'a—and take no other.