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The man who is ready to buy his FALL SHOES Will find it well worth his while to come here and examine the hand some new and worthy models wo are now showing for fall wear. Here are shapes and leathers to meet the requirements of men of hll tastes, and for use on all occasions. The fine Dress Shoes are here, the usual Business Styles are here and there are. In addition, many special styles. Shoes at $3, $3.50, $4, $5 to $6 Prices stand for nothing, however, until you see the Shoes. Any Shoe Store Can Quote Prices THE SHOES TALK There are no better Shoes manufactured than the sort we sell. Come, see how well we can fill your every Shoe requirement. Grämlich- Letson Shoe Company Ltd. 289 Main Street. I WALLACE.—The painters gnd pa perhangers have perfected an organi zation to be known as Union No. 850 of the Paperhangers, Painters and Decorators of America. The new union has a charter membership of 24 and the charter list will be kept open until Sept. 10 to allow those who were not able to sign the charter at the first meeting to become charter mem bers of the order. BLAKES After Tuesday, September 10, in in the Vollmer Block right next to First National Bank The Removal Safe Continues Today Down at The Fair Everything for everybody at Removal Sale prices. The more we sell the less we move. Come help us move and save money. Dollar takes any shirt waist in the house today. 48 cents for all dress goods that sold up to 75 cents. All the table linen at mill prices today. Every Shoe in the house discounted today. 15c outing flannels 10c today. 100 pairs of blankets, good big ones, today 75c pair. Good cot* ton filled comforts, silkoline tops, today $2.25. 42* 36 pillow cases, N. Y. mills, today 12 cents. Tonight After 6 Fifty cent Dressing Combs.................................. 25 cents 85 and 50 cent *Hose Supporters............................. 25 cents 75 cent Fancy Collars, just in................................ 48 cents 65 cent Fany Lace Hose..................................... 45 cents American Lady Corsets..................................... 75 cents 35 cent Fancy Veiling....................................... 23 cents Sale After 6 ter D. J. J. * to In Government inspected meat at Schaffer's Market. tf Constipation causes headaches, nausea, dizziness, lanquor, heart pal pitation. Drastic physics gripe, sick en, weaken the bowels and dont cure. Doans Regulets act gently and cure constipation. 25 cents. Ask your druggist, TRAINING DEPT. WILL BE CROWDED The : registration books at the office of the State Normal school show that M applicants for admission to the training department had been received up to noon today This number rep resents new students only as old pu pils will be given a preference and the names from those making application this year will be taken in the order of the registration. The training department consists of eight grades and each grade can ac commodate about 35 pupils. It is ex pected the greater percent of those in attendance last year will return for the opening this year and at this time it is impossible to tell how many new pupils will be admitted. The general registration for the Normal school work will commence next Tuesday and from Information now in the president's office It is as sured the attendance will *be large. Miss Marie Long, the new critic of the primary department, reached the city this morning from Emporia, Kan Card of Thanks. The ladies of the Aid Society or the Methodist church wish to express their thanks to the business men of the city and to the ladles and little girls, espe cially those from the neighboring churches who assisted in the Mer chants' carnival. Thursday and Fri day evening. Also the management of the Temple theater for the use of the | building, and Mr. and Mrs. Williams for their services. MRS. J. M. PEARCE, President. MRS. CHAS. SMITH, Secretary. HOTEL ARRIVALS Bollinger. C. H. Cornell, Lye, N. Y.; V. Krappe, R. E. Smith, Portland; F. Tamping, Portland; Avon Tamping, Spokane: H. H. Traver, Omaha; D. L. Woodruff, Tacoma; Ned Winklen, Kansas City; O. H. Lipps, Fort Lapwal; A. L. Davis, Spokane; W. M. Thompson, Genesee; B. F. Ahatt, Howard, Oregon; Anna K. Leuter, Rocky Ford, Colo.; F. A. Martin, Portland; J. L. Kingsberry, L. C. Cullins, Spokane; J. W. Harris, Spokane; H. P. Whaley, Spokane; J. T. Kihler, wife and daughter; J. H. Barney, Seattle; J. C. Muller. Raymond. J. W. Fenderson, Spalding; R. Mady, Grangevtlle; F. Lavln, Spokane; Wal ter S. Cardin, Ilo; Hattie Mace, Port land; H. D. Guselouw, Spokane; Frank Dole, Waha; J. A. Haggett, Waha; C. D. Fountain, Elk City; A. F. Merter, Elk City; F. E. Cutter, James E. Ramsburg, O. Owen, Cottage Grove; J. O. Maxon, Lapwal. Grand. J. A. Ward, Palouse; March Houser, Cloverdale, Wash.; Fred Hawks, Cul desac; Dan Morgan, W. A. Mullinimy, Walla Walla; A. J. Mullinor, Walla Walla; Gordon Wilson, Walla Walla; J. W. Bruce, Portland; L. Skeeo, Unlontown; Gus Bowman, Spokane. * NORTHWEST INLAND NOTES. - WALLA WALLA.—Fruit growers and commission men report the car shortage to be a great embarrassment to the fruit industry of this section. Cars cannot be secured for prompt shipment and many warehouses are now plfed full of choice fruit that has been packed for t'he Eastern market. There is als% a complaint of the delay In transit and cars are reported to he allowed to reach their destination without being properly iced. FREEWATER.—The Webber Bus sell Canning company will erect a new cannery building, install machinery and other equipment which will rep resent an expenditure of $30,000. The plant when completed will employ be tween 600 and 700 people, and will be the largest Institution of its kind In either Oregon or Washington. WALLA WALLA. — The lafrgest sheep sale reported this year has been negotiated by Davln & Michelod, who sold to John Towne 5,000 head of stock sheep, the price ranging from $3.50 to $4.50 per head. The sheep will be shipped into Montana. CHENEY.—A man in a dazed con dition and giving the name of D. M. Hedges was found at the depot and is unable to give a clear account of where he has been or when he left home. He states he is a resident of Hoxle, Ark., and that to the best of his recollection he left home a week ago to visit relatives' at Hillyard. He says he has a wife and four children, and expects to locate at some point in the Inland Empire. The man has con siderable money and is under the care of the sheriffs office while relatives are being located. WALLACE.—All bids for the court house have been rejected on the ground that the price offered was en tirely too low. The building Is well constructed of brick, is two stories high and is 50x100 feet. The highest bid offered was $$7,000 and was sub mitted by Mayor Herman J. Rossi. OMEN TALK TO WOMEN About Pe-ru-na. StP— \<&<& | MRS. McGOUGH. Depressed Feeling Mrs. M. McGough, 219 W. 58rd street. New York, N. Y., writes: "I gladly add my mite of praise to Pcruna for what it has done for me. Two years ago a depressed feeling took hold of me. My back and sides ached continually. My stomach got out of order so that at times I could not hold a glass of cold water. 1 didn't like to eat, tfraid that my stomach would get sick, i iinre been using Perunn for the three jast months and now 1 fed as well as I ver did. My stomach Is as strong ;s ever and my nervous troubles have lisappeared 1 keep recommending o„rti"a to my friends who are troubled i» ( was, and I have been thanked for ■o g so --------------------^ Th» above testimonials represent actual experience of every-day life. They are the truthful utterances of » omen who have been ill and have found a reliable remedy in Peruna. I; means a great deal to the women of America who have at hand a remedy capable of performing such . res" Nervousness, backache, dyspepsia, headache, melancholy, bearing down pains. All these and a host of ,.rfc W symptoms are relieved by Peruna. At least this is what the women say. They have no object in saying *..ch things, except to render truthful testimony to their suffering sisters. Yae reader will note by reading these testimonials that in most cases other remedies were tried, doctors V 0"0 consulted, and finally Peruna came to their rescue and made them well again. f eruna is making such cures every day. It is the testimony of the people that has made Peruna so justly v . flered Thirteen Years. .Arni» Munden, Hollygrove, Ark., , tr -..rf with female troubles for V'.V-S. • ••• advertisement of your rough t one bottie and be - on it all I could get out of ■ : ic abou t. r th ee bottles I was as •is r>ver and gained in '. e without it." Special R. R. Rates Via O. R. & N. Co. To Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha and other terminal points. Dates of sale, September 11, 12 and 13, at one far plus $10 for the round trip. Final limit 90 days. To annual session Idaho Grand Lodge of Masons, Boise, September 8 and 9. Fair $18.30 for round trip. Final return limit September 14. For further particulars and rates, call on or address C. W. MOUNT. General Agent, Lewiston, Idaho. Century Printing Co. Phone Black 801. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank. C00K'™GAS A GAS RANGE UPE Aito r? WORTH LIVING AND TIME TO LIVE IT IN WHAT IS "MARVEL" 7 It Is the very best all-hs.M Wheat Flour In the local market »y It and be convinced. Buy It and be satisfied. Sold by an leading grocers and manufeo tored by The Anate ne Flour Milling Ce. 'MOOCRS. Mrs. Wilda Mcoers, R. F. D. 1, Lents, Ore., member Order of Wash ington, writes: "For the past four years I was a wretched woman suffering with troubles peculiar to my sex, causing severe backache and bearing down pains and leaving me so weak and weary that it was only with dif ficulty that I was able to attend to my household duties, I used differ ent remedies and Injections, but found no relief until 1 bad tried Peruna. Within two weeks there was a complete change for the [ better and in less than three months ! I was a well and happy woman and all the praise Is due to Peruna. " Headache and Deafness. Mrs. Mary E. Sampson, Londonderry, N. H., writes: "I had terrible headaches, both ears run and I was nervous all the time, was oeaf in one ear for thirty years. I took six bottlesof Peruna andoneof Manalin, and ain happy to say that it is the best medicine that 1 ever heard of. I am not so nervous, my appetite is good, every thing I cat agrees with me, and 1 am feeling better in every way." "The only rival to Santa Claus in the hearts and minds of the children." COMING WITH BANNER8 FLYING—GLORIOUS REVELS FAIRYLAND—WONDERLAND TRANSPLANTED. IN The Big Overwhelming GENTRY Performances Rain or Shine at Lewiston, Monday, September 9 RAREST AND MOST REMARKABLE EXHIBITION OF ALL TIME. GENTRY BROS. FAMOUS SHOWS UNITED THE WORLD'S BEST TRAINED ANIMAL EXHIBITION Twice Bigger and Better than Ever Before, Royally and Radiently Re lnforced by the Original Historic Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb .(Now the Countess Magrl) to gether with the Count and Bar on Magrl, tl}e Royal Twin Ital ian Lilliputians, comprising the world's Smallest Living Family. DAN PATCH (1:55) marvelously reproduced' breaking World's Record by 2,800 miraculous moving pic tures. "Darktown" and his famous Mule "Ginger" Just added "Oklahoma" the dearest, cutest and only BABY CAMEL In America (born in Norman, Oklahoma, April 19> and 50 other new and entrancing features Including Prof. Crtgers Splendid Military Band. 300 Ultra Marvelous Animal Actors. The 5 Peerlese Petite 50 Beautiful Poniee in one act 50 . America's foremost awobats. The 5 Landauers 'fin Magnificent Posings of An cient and Modern Statuary. The Gieaneet and Abeelutely Best Tented Exhibition in the Worl '* , The Children's Perennial Favorite. Sights, Scenes and Ben»« 0 " that nowhere sise cnn be seen. The G r eatest Ever. Absolutely W» <1 Uupanalletd and UuappspaeBnbie. Peerless and Poetic Str eet Pagmnt. . Unfolding to Pub*« VMw all tbo Vast, Varied. PJntureoQue hid Processional Resouroos oi Gentry Brothers' Tented 9ata meats. " v ^^^ed^^tari^eejT^heBxWbltio^lreund^PcemFtij^etJflj^^J^pB MRS. NELSON Headache and Backache. Mrs. Tressie Nelson, 609 N. 5th Av. Nashville, Tenu., writes: ^ As Peruna has done me a noria of good, 1 feel in duty bound to tell of u in hopes that it may meet the eye of some woman who has suffered as I did For five years 1 really did not know what a perfectly well day was, and if 1 did not have headache, I had backaeha or apatnBomewhere and really life wa* not worth the effort 1 made to keep going. "A good friend advised me r 0 use Peruna and 1 was glad to try anything and 1 am very pleased to say that six bottles made a new woman of me and 1 have no more pains and life i 0o ka bright again/ A Severe Cold. Miss Marie Calvin, 9*27 Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes : "I caught a cold coming home from an evening party and as I did not pay particular attention to It, 1 quickly be came worse and found myself in % serious condition. "I took Peruna and it brought :ne im mediate relief. Within a week I wa» cured and now whenever 1 feel badly Peruna Will set things right."