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,itioiw have k** n teoured, eeoree of rooms rented, a groat number af the uea af a want ad. It la an inexpensive form af adver made by bu t bringt bountiful raaulta. IT PAYS TO USE THESE COLUMNS HELP wanted. 'r: NTK 0 __G lr l for housework, first iid second girl. Call up phone Main ^AKTBD-Glrl for housework In fwnUy of two. Call phone Black 951 . r^î^Tor U. 6- Artny; Able K^leduntnarrled man batwaan ages and *6: clUaana of United States, of good character and tem ïîate habita, who can speak, read *7-rite English. For Information iff t Lawlatoa. Idaho .__________ « —— H1 TZ , JU na "Cr* UfiO" m .>n at The TeMar <>■ —• —t"' - ATTORNEYS. Oenecai Law Prac Offices New Porter Block. Lewiston. Phone Main 10» T^ersON a mAAOTI . Attor neys ^7 Law No. «7. corner Fourth and n g treats, ground floor. Means block, phon^*Black 5L Lewiston. Ldaho. -VoRQJS W. TANNAHILL. LAWYER ^Practices to all state and federal of Idaho and Washington ÎSLÏÏt. New Porter »dg. phone Mato ML______________ 7n CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW F 'ltooms WS-S09 Welsgerber Btoldtag. i SiSiTViTÖO^LwTW." Rooms »17**1» Welsgerber block. TA^'ïr^iirTÂKNEJ AT . . W-Practlce« In state and fed- Ü courts of Idaho and Washing- ton. ___ .------------- ----architects.___ F. for est H n. BLACK. Architect. Office Bee Hive Block. ______________ chiroprac tic. _ jjnTiiBFc iaoy 1 ^ without drug« or knife. Specuim on nervous and female Room. 1 and 2. New Porter Block. Phone, Black 7*L______ ______ CONT RACTORS. _______ H Tmadgwi^contractor a BUILDER, Lewiston. Idaho. Phone Mato 28« ___—---- SIÖRQE'BÖQQsTCM^eated »d Con tractor. All filing, ate. Office Third street kinds of Jebbtag. •»» and ebop. ** DENTISTS. OR BOSTON— DENTlffir-R®® Tn *° Adams Block. PboneJfatoJ^ 4 - — _ gyg^BPECIALI8T.___ IK CLAIBORNE, OpJJola^ srsÄT — Lake's jewel ry store. _______ FOR sale. FOR SALE-Furnlture ^ ^room house; also a good blcycta fm- rent. 322 Adams st (on jnO, mR SALE— 5-horsepower water mo "£.£££ Apply U MUro«»_ FOR RENT. For good pasture for fall or winter, with water and pltnty of straw ste Hunt Brothtrs on old Adams ranch FOR RENT—The building formerly occupied by the Evening Teller. Ap ply to G. H. Storer or at Teller office. FURNISHED ROO M, 557 Mato at tf FOR RENT—Furnished room; close 516 Fourth avenue. Black 1*21 tf HOUSE MOVING - HOUSE MOVING A**> RAISING and foundation work. Sshmldt & Blum«* corner Third and C streets. Phons Red 1922. M. F. VALK, House moving and rais ing. tf Snake rtver avenue, Lewis ton, Idaho. MU8ICAL DIRECTOR. KARL BAUMGAERTEL. mualcal di rector and teacher. Music furnished for all oeooalona. Room «. Hotel Assemble*. Phone Mato 2* _______ PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. HINKLY—Physician and Sur geon, Diseases of Women a spec ialty. Room I Bee Hive Bldg. Phone offi ce Red 1»L _______________ DR. MORRIS—, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Room 20*, Welsgerb *r Block. Phone Rad **L DR HURLBUT—PHYSICIAN AJS SURGEON. Rooms *. 4. 5, Thlessen block. Phone Rad Ml- _____ DR. C. ~k 7~HENKLB—Office hours 10 to « a. m., 2 to 5 p. ». Office Adams block. Telephone Red 4*1. Lewiston, Idaho. DR L. F. INMAN—Specialist nervo««» diseases, female dlseasee and oh «tetrics given special attention. Ai calls promptly attended. Office °o r ter building. Phone Mato to ! I I to Visiting knights always welcome. E ' A. Meyers, C. C.; Henry fhlr, K. of j SECRET SOCIETIES. LEWISTON LODGE oV ELKS, NO 896—Meets every first and third Thuretay of each month at the the Elk's Temple. Charlea W. Mount exalted ruler; C. V. Smith, secretary KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.—Excelsior Lodge No. I, K. of F„ meets every Wednesday evening at • o'clock R. and S. F. O. B.—Nez Perce Aerie (31 meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 at Woodman hall. Ninth street. Worthy president, C. Henry Payne; seer* tary. Ed Walters. WANTED You to know ths Lewiston Business college opens September 23rd. Short hand, Beokkeeping, Typewriting, Teleg raphy, and all business stud es. Writs for our "Annual Story." It will inter est you. LEWISTON BU8INES6 OOL LEGE TIMBER LANDS WANTED—I n**d some more Umber claims at once. J M Malloy You Can Eat GOLDMAN'S MEAT Cold Storage Market TVone Main Ï 8 * as ! j ! THE BEST Coal and Wood Lewiston Fuel and Transfer Co., Ltd BERNARD JACOBS, Proo.a—v Phons Main 17*. Yards and Coal Bunksra 639 Mai« j j j j I -, W % ZX)H HOTEL GRAND EUROPEAN Mr. and Mrs. Albart R. Stiffal, Prop* Lewiston Bakery and Confectionary A full line of Bread, Pies and Pastry Confectionery Prompt Bel ivery. Phone Main 66 H. VANDELLEN, PROP. 240 Main Street. to as $ JNO, HALLORAN Contractor and Builder Hotel D* Frame*. Estimate* Fumiahad on All Clmo** of Building*. NELSON WANTS TO FIGHT AGAIN OGDEN, Sept. 5.—Battling Nelson, fresh from a hunting trip In the wilds of Spoonvllle, HessenvlUe county, Cal., and looking like a wild man himself, stopped off in Ogden yesterday and spent the day with Harry Pattison. The Battler Is on his way to Hege wisch, 111., to straighten up business matters. Nelson looks like a welterweight, and is strong as an ox. Alighting from the train he visited the first barber shop and parted with a growth of hair and whiskers that had made him look like a wild man of Borneo. As soon as Nelson has completed his business in Hegewisch, he will return to the coast to be at the ringside when Britt and Gans meet. September 9. Nelson states that Jim Mays, the Reno gambler, will be at the ringside also, to challenge Jijnmy Britt and to bet him *10,000 on the side, that Nelson can heat him, no matter what may be his he of to the result of his fight with Gans. "I will also challenge the winner," said the Battler, "and besides Mays' $10,000 I will bet $10.000 of my own money on the side that I can defeat either one of them. This is to show the public how positive I am, and X am willing to take a chance w-ith my own, as well as with Mr. Mays' money." When questioned as to his fight with Britt, Nelson said: "Well, I'll tell you. It is natural for the loser to holler, but bèlleve me, this was the rottenest fight of my life. In the first place I was in no shape; that is, I was in condition, all right, but then I had one of those days when I ! didn't feel any more like fighting than flying. I could not resist eating a great big meal on the eve of the fight, although I should not have done It. Honestly, my stomach did not digest It. I felt sluggish, and had no ambi tion at all. Britt gave me a hard fight, but he did nof fight the real Bat" tllng Nelson. "Give me just one more chance, and j if I do not beat him I will step down ! and out." KEENE'S PURSES REACH S312,53Q NEW YORK, Sept. 7.—That Colin is the greatest colt of his day there can no longer be the slightest doubt. There are those who believe that he is the -reatest .race horse that whs ever foaled. This, however, is not the be lief of his owner, James R. Keene, who still clings to the opinion that Domino, the grandsire of Colin, was superior to any of his descendants. Mr. Keene now reluctantly admits that the win ner of yesterday's futurity Is as great as the marvelous Sysonby. When Colin swept past the winning post in front, Mr. Keene turned to a man at his elbow and said: 'Colin Is peerless among the two year-olds. He Is as great as Sysonby ever was, and he was a horse among thousands." Colin Increased his winning for the season by $25,530, this sum being his share of the Futurity stake. It was his eighth straight victory. He prob ably will go into retirement an un beaten two-year-old and the cham pion of the year. Colin has now earned $97,530. His most valuable races previous to the Futurity were the Great Trial and the Saratoga Special. The other stakes won by him were worth from $ 8,000 to $10,000 each. Colin's success yester day raised the total winnings of the Keene stable for the season to $312, 530. This includes $2,000 which Mr. Keene received as the nominator of the Futurity winner. The Keene stable this year has set a new record for the American turf win nings. No other string of hori^s own ed by one man has ever won within $ 100,000 of the immense sum to the credit of the Keene stable. It was pre dicted early In the year that the Keene horses would win $225,000. This was a record at that time, and very few turfmen thought it would be equaled. But Keene had the greatest lot of horses in conformation, size and sub stance that ever looked through bri dles. and the prediction was more than fulfilled. Nearly all the Important stakes— the Belmont, the Brooklyn handicap, the Brighton handicap and the Futur ity—have been won by Mr. Keene's horses. The only "classic" that escaped them was the Suburban. of REMOVAL NOTICE. I am now located in the Porter block, one door east Chant Muaie Co., and will b* glad to have my customers or anyone needing harness or saddle* and anything in my line to call and see me. R. M. COBURN, 620 Main street. Phone Main 232. Patronize Home Industry and Drink WeîsqerberVBeer Special Brow -TOTS NIGHT" Botl* Boor, THE WOMAN IN THE ALCOVE. (Continued From Page Six.) his reply to a repetition of my own words. "Mrs. Falrbrother murdered!" he ex claimed, but in a suppressed voice, to which point was given by the cautious look he cast behind him at the tent which had drawn my attention. "He must not know It man. I could not answer for his life if he received the least shock In his present critical con dition. Murdered? When?" "Ten days ago, at a ball lu New York. It was after Mr. Falrbrother left the city. He was expected to re turn after hearing the news, but be seems to have kept straight on to bis destination. He was not very fond of his wife—that 1 «, they have not been living together for the last year. But he could not help feeling the shock of her death which he must have heard of somewhere along the route." "He has said nothing In his delirium to show that he knew It. It Is pos sible, just possible, that he didn't read the papers. He could not have been well for days before he reached Santa Fe." "When were you called In to attend him?" j I ! I j I ; I I ! I "The very night after he reached this place. It was thought he wouldn't live to reach the camp. But he la a man of great pluck. He held up till his foot touched this platform; then he succumbed." "If he was as sick as that," I mut tered, "why did he leave Santa Fe? He must have known what it would mean to be sick here." "I don't think he did. This Is his first visit to the mine. He evidently knew nothing of the difficulties of the road. But he would not stop. He was determined to reach the camp, even after he had been given a sight of It from the opposite mountain. He told them that he had once crossed the Sierras In midwinter. But he wasn't a sick man then." "Doctor, they don't know who killed his wife." He didn't." "I know, but under such clrcum-1 stances every fact bearing on the j event Is of immense importance. There ; is one which Mr. Falrbrother only can ! make clear. It can be said in a j word"— ! The grim doctor's eyes flashed angrl- j ly, and I stopped. i "W ere you a detective from the dis- j trict attorney's office In New York sent ( on with special powers to examine him I should still say what I am going to say now. While Mr. Fairbrother's tem perature and pulse remain where they now are no one shall see him and no one shall talk to him save myself and hts nurse." 1 turned with a sick look of disap- ; polntment toward the road up which 11 had so lately come. i "Ilave I panted, sweltered, trembled | the worst for three mortal hours on the worst j his trail a man ever traversed to go back with nothing for my Journey? That! seems to me hard Unes. Where Is the manager of this mine?" j and me Is a of a The doctor pointed toward a man bending over the edge of the great hole from which at that moment a line of Mexicans was Issuing, each with a sack on his back, which he flung down before what looked like a furnace built of clay. "That's he, Mr. Haines of Philadel phia. What do you want of him?" "Permission to atay the night. Mr. Falrbrother may be better tomorrow." "I won't allow it, and I am master here so far as my patient Is concerned. You couldn't stay here without talking, and talking makes excitement, and ex citement Is jnst what he cannot stand. A week from now I will see about it —that Is, If my patient continues to Im prove. I am not sure that be will." "Let me spend that week here. I'll not talk any more than the dead. May be the manager will let me carry sacks." "Look here," said the doctor, edging me farther and farther away from the tent he hardly let out of his sight for a moment. "You're a canny lad and shall have your bite and something to drink before you take your way back. But back you go before sanset and with this message: No man from any paper north or south will be received here till I hang out a blue flag. I say blue, for that Is the color of my ban danna. When my patient Is In a con dition to discuss murder. I'll hoist It from his tent top. It can be seen from the divide, and if you want to camp there on the lookout well and good. As for' the police, that's another matter. I will see them if they come, but they need not exp. et to talk to my patient. You may say so down there. It will save scrambling up this trail to no pur pose." "You may count on me," said 1. "Trust a New York correspondent to do the right thing at the right time to head off the boys. But I doubt If they will believe me." "In that case I shall have a barri cade thrown up fifty feet down the mountain side," said be. "But the mall and your supplies?" "Oh, the burros can make their way up. We shan't suffer." "You are certainly master," I re marked. (To Be Continued.) ♦ We are saving soles by reptflr- ♦ ♦ Ing them. It Is a goodly busl- ♦ ♦ ness, worth looking into. ♦ ♦ Men's sewed half soies, 75c; ♦ ♦ women's for 60c; children's for ■*■ ♦ 50c; rubber heels, 50c. ♦ ♦ PEOPLE'S SHOE SHOP, ♦ ♦ V. A. Bilderback, Prop. ♦ Century Printing Co. Phono Black 604* . -Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank. Tr- the Teller Want Ada BRITT FIGURES GANS IS STALE SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7.—It Is torture to the average pugilist to be restrained like a hound in the leash when weeks of training have quickened his fighting impulses. Of course no ring man cares to Inflict his best punches on a sparring partner, but if j he could only do so he would feel much I relieved, no doubt. ! Tiv Kreiling, who is nothing if not I resourceful, has devised a scheme j which permits of Jimmy Britt whaling I away with full force tnjoks and swings ; without fear of Inflicting injury or de I molishtng anything. When Jimmy gets through each day I with his light sparring exercise with Madsen and Horner, Tiv comes for ward arrayed for rough work. The loft ! glove Tiv wears is the ordinary sized I mitten of pugilistic commerce, but the right hand covering suggests elephan titis. It is as big as a sofa cushion and when Tiv places it In front of his face or stomach he Is effectually pro teted from assault. Kreiling Uses Movable Bag. Tiv manipulates this movable but-1 tress according to preconcerted signals and Jimmy smashes away without fear of doing damage. Tho words Tiv em ploys were picked up probably during his sojourn among the Indians of the far North. Anyhow, they sound like the things SheHock Guck says to the captain in the Katzenjammer Kids. Each word signifies that It is the ribs, the stomach or the jaw that is to bo the next target. And, oh, my, w-hat ripping, tearing blows Jimmy does sent In. Yesterday there was quite a large attendance on hand at Shannon's, sev eral members of the fair sex being among the spectators. I do not know j whether this was the cause of Krel ; ij ng becoming rattled, or maybe It was ! that ji mrn y misinterpreted the signals, a j Anyhow, the big glove was across Tiv's ! face just as Jimmy sped an extra swift j punch for the stomach. The blow i landed and Tiv for a few seconds dis j car( j e( j the language of the Eskimo and ( expressed himself in vigorous, varie Anglo-Saxon. lion, back, Twin ed. the of only far got him not I in j In Britt did a full day's work yester day. In the morning he was out for a ten-mile tramp with Bill Squires, the Australian champion. In the aft ernoon he did everything but punch ; th ° ba *' He sparred four rounds each 11 wlth Madsen and Homer, worked the i Pulleys, used the skipping rope, shad | ow-boxed and then wound up with his savage assault at arms with Tiv his savage assault at arms with Tiv Kreiling. Jimmy said that his weight was be tween 136 and 135, and that he could drop to the scale figure at 24 hours' notice if necessary. He showed great zest for every department of his in door exercise. Jimmy Like* th* Work. "I intend to keep up my full lick of work until Saturday," said Jimmy. "I have got into the full swing of things, and I would feel lost if X shortened down. I like the work and it does me good, and such being the case, there Is no fear that I will get too much of It. So Gans thinks he can do the weight easier than I can? I hope he Is righr about that. I know one tiling. When George Lavlgne began to find that making the weight came easy to him he wasn't as fierce a fighter as he was when he had to work hard to get theer. At that. Gans may be as good as he thinks he Is, and I notice where he says he can put up as.good a battle as he did a dozen years ago. "Why do I think I can lick Gans? Because I think I am stronger than he. He says he has a better punch than either Nelson or myself. Yet I saw him hit Nelson on the jaw a score of times without staggering him. That was at Goldfield. It seems to me that any ordinary observer must admit that the punches I gave Nelson in our recent fight knocked him about more than the blows he received from Gans. "X know- that Gans is clever—none cleverer, in fact—but there are others. When he Is figuring Just what kind of a punch he will shoot over on yours truly he will leave himself open somewhere, and that's where I will be heard from. In a few words, I have no fear of Gans' blows. I am stronger than he Is and stronger than I ever \*as. I am as confident of success In Monday's battle as I was before going Into the ring with Nelson, and that tells the story as far as I am con cerned." of tic to ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ■*■ ♦ ♦ ♦ PLANTING TROUT NEARBY STREAMS A shipment of 500,000 eastern brook trout are expected to reach the city within a few days and will be planted In 24 of the tribdtaries of the Clear water river. The distribution # of the young fry will be made under the supervision of Deputy Game Warden Harbaugh and within two years all of the Clearwater streams will be well stocked with this specie of trout. Mr. Harbaugh states the fish to be received wlU ho from four to ten Inches In length and the lisFof streams to be planted is now being compiled. NEALON WINS THE TWIN CITY SHEEPSHEAD BAY, N. Y.. Sept. 7. —Nealon all the way, winning in a gallop, six lengths in front of Dande lion, with Beacon Light three length* back, was the order of the finish of tho Twin City handicap, Monday. Fully $100,000 chaned hands on the result. Everything was played—Sir Lynne wood, Beacon Light, Dandelion, Car thage and Nealon being heavily back ed. Carthage was plunged on across the board and Nealon was taken least of all. Nealon jumped into the lead at the start and stuck in front, although he "came back" a bit on the backstretch, only to go away again rounding the far turn. Miller on Beacon Light ran second to the stretch turn, but never got near enough to Nealon to be dan gerous. Dandelion was third to the stretch, and here Nlcol tried to send him along to get Nealon, but he did not have the necessary speed. Nealon lengthened the g ap the farther they I went. Sir Linnewood, off last, finished in the ruck. « j Billy Dubois, the clubhouse commls loner, bought Nealon at the Durnelt sale in Saratoga for $14,000. He more than won him out today. Paprika, Homoselle and Judge White were the only starters in the steeple chase. Homoselle led practically alt the way, but at that was lucky to win. In the backstretch the second time around Judge White and Paprika came together and fell. This left the race alone to Homoselle and her backers» were jubilant. Going over the last jump, however, she stumbled and nearly went down. There was nothing behind her, so she had plenty of time to recover and came home cantering. Judge White was remounted by a stable boy and ridden over the rest of the course for second money. Paprika, too, waf finally caught and remounted by Du pee, who finished within the time limit for the show money. Huppe, who rod® Judge White, seemed to be badly hurt. Te lay motionless, but finally got t® his feet asd walked to the paddock. WHITMAN READY FOR FOOTBALL WALLA WALLA, Wash., Sept. 7.— Whitman college will have the beet football team this year in the history of the college. With one and perhapai two exceptions every member of last year's team is to be back. The Una will be composed of John Lyman an® Spagle, ends; Dimmlck and R. Perln ger, tackles; Camp, Matthews, Mor ton, L. Peringer. Kellogg, Cook and several others will try for the threa positions In the middle of the lino. For quarterback the Missionaries hava been lucky enough to secure Walter Brubaker of Northfleld, Minn., who la known In that country as the scholas tic Eckersall. At half, Borleskog Dutcher, Oldrlght, Martin, Cushman, Barnes and some new men will tty for places. Rigsby will be back to play full. Coach Baird and Captain Dimmlck will arrive in the city In a few day* to get things in readiness for the open ing of the season. Three Intercol legiate games will be playéd here this year. The first will be with Willa mette university, about the first of October. The University of Washing ton will play here the first time to many years. For the last two years the two schools have tied on the Se attle gridiron, and the Missionaries are confident of winning on their home ground. The final game of. the season will be with the Washington State College on Thanksgiving day. Century Printing Co. Phone Blaok 601. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank. LEWISTON DRAY COMPANY STORAGE Office at Blue Front. Mato St. Office Phone Main I. Century Printing Co. Phono Black 601. Baoomont Lewiston Natl. Bank. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August 2. 1*67. Notice la hereby given that Th an» * * J. FYeeze, of Forest, Idaho, baa Uadi notice of his Intention to mako final five-year proof In su port of his oiat—* via: Homestead Entry No. 8403. 1—4» May 17. 1ML for the Lots 1*. 14. U, 16, 17, 18, Section *6, and Lota *3, *4, Section 3*. Township S3 N- Range S W.. B. M.. and that said proof will bo made before Register and ReoalvMr ai Lewiston, Idaho, on September 1L t**7. He name« the following witness— to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, via: Ellas F. Nelson, Chris Jacobson. Jab— H. Young, George Conway, all of For est, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT. Regtater. ually Aug. 3 to Sept 11.