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ÔËORrJï w7TANNAHILL^ LAWYER -—Practices In all state and federal courts of Idaho and Washington Booms 5, 8. 7. New Porter Bldg phone Mala 297. _______ Td CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW p.ooms 80S-809 Welsgerber Building. JOHNSON & STOOKEY. LAW YERS. Rooms 817-818 Welsgerber block. |XmE 3~ E. BABB, A TTORNEY AT LAW—Practice* In etate and fed eral courts of Idaho and Washing ton. _________ "** ~ ARCHITECTS. . H. N. BLACK, Architect, Office Bee Hive Block. CHIROPRACTIC. DR. y B. GABLE—CHIROPRACTOR. Acute and chronic disease* cured without drug* or knife Specialist on nervous and female disease* Rooms 1 and 2, New Porter Block. Phone, Black 751. CONTRACTORS. 7 H. T. MADGW1CK. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone Main 264 DENTISTS. DR? BOSTON— DENTIST-Room 20 Adams Block. Phone Main 264 ______ EYE SPECIALIST R. CLAIBORNE, . Optician Eye* properly fitted to glasses. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Call at George Lake's Jewelry stgre. FOR 8i OR SALE—Furniture of a five-room house; alao a good bicycle. House for rent. 322 Adams st (on flat). rOR SALE—5-horsepower water mo tor. Cheap. Apply at Teller office. WANTED—To trade farm land for Vineland acreage. InqulrA of W. S. Rice, Rosetta, Nçz PerceV County. Idaho. V 9-21 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. <1. Storer or at Teller FOR RENT—Furnished room; close : _516 Fourth avenue. Black 1981 tf HOUSE MOVING. HOUSR MOVING AND RAISING and foundation work. Schmidt A Blume, corner Third and C street*. Phone Red 1983. if M- F. VALK, House moving and rais ing. 97 Snake river avenue, Lewis ton, Idaho. MU8ICAL DIRECTOR. RL BAUMOAERTEL, musical d' *ctor and teacher. Music furnished >r all ce ^osions. Room il B»*el «semble». Phone Main **■/ PHV8ICIANS AND 8UR6EQN8. DR. HINKDT— Physician and Sur geon. Diseases of Women a s»»eo **lty. Room 8 Bee Hive Bldg. Phone Offlcs Red m. DR - MORRIS—, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Room 205, Welagurb»* Block. Phone Red 881. DR - HURLBUT—PHYSICIAN AA D SURGEON. Rooms 8. 4. t. Thlaaaen T' 1 '**. Phone R ad 881. _ °R c. K. HENKLE— Office hour* 1« to 11 a. m, 8 to 5 p. m. Office Adam* block. Telephone Red 4tl. Le wiston, Idaho. 1 __ ß R L. F. INMAN— Specianst nsrvo*»< diseases, female dlseaeee and ©b *tetrlc* given special attention. AH call» promptly attended. Office 'er kulldlnjr. Phone Main *8. SECRET SOCIETIES. LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS, NO. 896—Meet* every first and third Thurstay of each month at the tht Elk's Temple. Charles W. Mount, exalted ruler; C. V. Smith, secretary KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.—Excelsior Lodge No. 2, K. of p„ meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting knights always welcome. E A. Meyers. C. C.; Henry Fair, K. of R. and S. F. O. E.—Nez Perce Aerie 681 meets every Tuesday evening at 7:80 al Woodman hall, Ninth street. Worthy president, C. Henry Payne; secre tary, Ed Walters. WANTED You to know the Lewiston Business college opens September 23rd. Short hand, Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Teleg raphy, and, all business stud es. Write for our "Annual Story." It will inter est you. LEWISTON BUSINESS COL LEGE TIMBER LANDS WANTED- 1 soma more timber claims at one» ,f M. Malloy •••***••*•*••*••••*•••••» DILL BROS j MEÄT MARKET \ 3^1 Main Street, • Phone Main 161. LEWISTON DRAY COMPANY STORAGE Oftio- «r Blue From Mam St Office Phone Main 8 ; I You Can Eat GOLDMAN'S MEAT Cold Storage Market Pwene Main Ï*» THE BEST Coal »■><• Wood A* Lewiston Fuel and Transfer Co., Ltd BERNARD JACOBS, President Phene Main 176, Yards and Coal Bunkere 619 Mala A HOTEL GRAND EUROPEAN Mr. and Mrs. Albsrt R. Stiffs!, Pro©» Lewiston Bakery and Confectionary A full line of Bread, Pies and Pastry Confectionery Prompt Delivery. Phons Main 66 H. VANDELLEN, PROP., 246 Main BtresL JNO. HALLORAN Contractor and Builder Hotel D* Frast©*. Estimates Furnished on All Class«* ef Buildings. CHAMPION WINS OVER LIEFSON Threw the Young Miner Twice In Twenty-Four Minutes WALLACE, Sept. '8.—Charlie Deli vuk, the champion of Austria and Can ada, was the victor over Ludwig Lief- 1 son, the young miner from the Stan- ] dard mine, says the Times, in a match j wrestled in the catch-as-catch-can I style in the Eagles' hall. Delivuk had j claimed that he could throw Liefson j twice in an hour, a side bet of 8100 j being up on the challenge. ] Delivuk had a good match in j strength in his opponent, in fact Lief- ! son was considerably the more muscu- j lar. Liefson also had the advantage ! in weight, tipping the scales at 196 | pounds while Delivuk weigher- 183 j pounds. But what Delivuk lacked in weight and - strength he made up in skill and had little difficulty in pin ntng the shoulders of his opponent to j the mat. j The first bout lasted but 10 min-j utes, Delivuk gaining the fall with a half-nelson and a crotch hold. The' se cond bout was four minutes longer. ; Delivuk getting the fall in 14 minutes with a half-nelson and a Caesar hold. . Both ver pin falls. W. H. Batting acted as refree of the match. Thebarge, who wrestled Deli- I vuk at Spokane and Garthie In Wal lace, was present and was called on to . act as referee, but Liefson didn't want thebarge, nn».ihi„ t ( , a ri„„ tw taJ possibly fearing that the latter's bout with Delivuk might prejudice him. I I j The main event of the evening was preceded by three five-minute bouts between Roy Thebarge and Morton j Roach, the 7-year-old boys who have | exhibited here frequently of late. The boys put up a good show, Roy extrl- i eating himself from several half-nel- | son. holds by a head spin with no small ! 1 j -nvnnv uO.SDON, Sept. 18. Marshall Field III., heir to $300,000,000, and his broth „ . ... . ... .. ., f 'rtn VVT. Z ^ gej K .l e dead Chicago merchant pr nee will black boots cook meals an act as valets to softie arrogant s x h form boys when they enter Eton degree of skill. There were no falls. RICH HEIRSTÛ BLACK BOOTS this month. One of the time-honored customs of England's most ancient university is "fagging." The "fag" is a junior class lad who has to serve a sixth form man as valet, blacking his shoes, pre paring fiis breakfast and taking care of his clothes. It is said on good authority that the two Field boys are destined for ca reers in England's army and navy, re spectively. These, of course, are the swagger professions in England for the scions of noble or wealthy fami lies, and quite a few Americans have placed their sons in the army, notably in the case of young Astor. At Eton they will consort with mar quises, earls, barons and baronets ga lore, and with some of these young peers will have to do their turn at fagging for the sixth-form boys. When the Fields first came to Lon- [ don the boys were in care of a gov- j erneßs and a tutor. But this entailed a residence of some sort, which Mrs. [ Field could not at that time decide upon. She was advised to send the j boys to one of the big public schools j and left to them the choice. Young Marshall Field at that moment was j busily engaged in reading that fasci- J nating boys' book, "Tom Brown's j Schooldays." As all know, the Interest 1 in this centers at Rugby. So the boys j chose Rugby. i Mrs. Field then Instructed real es- j täte agents to look for a house in the , neighborhood. She wanted one where she could be near the boys and large enough to entertain her friends as well as theirs when they came back from their holidays. After a'great deal of looking around, she selected a beauti ful Elizabethan mansion standing In large grounds a few miles from the historic Rchool. She spent much mon ey on alterations and redecoration and furnishings. j The boys went to Rugby and enter ed the modern side of the school. But it was their first experience in an Eng lish public school, and they frankly told their mother they did not like it The English boy at Rugby appears to j be down on Americans, and the two Chicago lads did not have quite the j same pleasant experiences as their hero, "Tom Brown." ^ When Mrs. Field proposed to her sons that they should go to Eton they were delighted, for there, in addition to the other sports, was the river and the rowing. They were obliged to fin ish their two terms at Rugby, however, and now will begin at Eton. Mrs. Field Is desirous of being near the youngsters, and it Is for this rea son that she will become the neighbor ! of the Waldorf Astors and other no- | table Americans and English nobility I on the banks of the river. PLEASED WITH MAYOR OF TOKIO How the Opera Pleases Eastern Critics and Audiences WINNIPEG, Aug. 30.—Of the very i large audience assembled in the Wal 1 kt-r theater last night but few had the ] slightest idea what "The Mayor of j Tokio" was all about. And none cared, I It sufficed that a brilliant series of j kaleidoscopic pictures succeeded one j another in rapid sequence. Seldom have more gorgeous costumes been seen on a local stage and there is llt tie doubt but that the claim of the press agent that the piece is exactly as produced in Ne\^ York "is fully borne out. The two sets are most elaborate an.1 blend harmoniously with the many and varied costumes, the greatest taste being displayed in the color scheme. The the chorus is unusually excellent, ic< s being much above the aver age, and their owners bright, vivacious and several of them quite pretty. Much of the success of the opera is due to them. The description, farcical opera, is quil( . appropriate if the accept be placed upon the farcical. Generally 8p , kln g, tt give8 the pr t nclpa i 8 but [Utile chance, either from an acting |po i llt of vlew or vocally, The prima donna, Miss Ethel Till 80 gwotl an Impre8S,on in the clty about ls months in " Tlle Is >e of Spice," who it will be remembered maxie 18 month has altogether too little to do." She has a pleasing soprano voice with a bc ' n " ,lke upper register, and one hears ft but t0 ° 11 is E ° od material wasted In Mtss Jane Griffith, the manage ment has that rarlt >'- a woman com ed,an > and one wh ° Is not afraid of niakin f? up "ugly," though one has reasnn to believe she is comely. How ever that may be, she is clever to the tips of her well-formed hands. She and John L. Kearney are practically responsible for "all the fun of the ! fair." Her makeup is distinctly funny, j while her by-play every now and again set the house off Into roars of j leughter. She is also a clever dancer. Of the men, Mr. Kearney stood alone, He hRS ° ne ° r t "* > harmonious songs which he ren( iers capitally, while hls ! ,, np of "business" is nulle ninnsnt nne or business is quite piquant. Vlrginla Ware plays a smaU part Qre ditably, and others deserving of mention are W. H. White. Miss Jean-j e tte Mayhew, George Bognes and P. Gillespie. "La dance blanch et noir" by the Peanut ballet was greatly ad- j mired. The company will be here a | couple of days «more and there are j many worse ways of spending a couple | Tokio*" FB thUn WUh ThG May ° r ° f ! A word of praise is due the musical conductor, Charles E. Hart.—Free Press News Bulletin. I _ i Full House at Duluth. i DULUTH, Aug. 27. A packed house the Lyceum witnessed the "Mayor , Tokio" ana loft tha thnatnn Mona™!, at of Tokio" and left the theater Monday night satisfied that they had seen a performance of number one quality. The piece is one of Richard Carle's liest productions and was presented by an excellent chorus and a score of bal let dancers who rendered some very good songs and dances. The scene which was to represent was the palace and gardens of the mayor was magnificent, Jeanette Mayhew, who took the part I of an American heiress traveling Ja- ; pan, was very charming. Ethel Till- ( son as Oloto San, the daughter of the 1 Kow Tow, was also very good. j John L. _ ï Kearney, with his funny sayings and jokes, kept the audience , in a good humor and received any ! amount of applause. , The geisha girls, with their pretty little songs and dances, added much to j the piece and received their share of. the applause.—Daily Star, _ BRITISH BOW TO MAXINE ELLIOT I i i I I I LONDON. Sept. 16,-After years of j striving, Miss Maxine Elliott has j achieved a distinct personal success ln ; London. She appeared at yjie Lyric ; theater in H. V. Esmond's play, 'Un 1 der the Greenwood Tree," aqd the au dience was generous In its applause, The play is full of witty lines, has many comedy situations which amused the spectators, even though British, Throughout the four acts Miss Elliott and her company repeatedly won en- ; thusiasttc curtain calls. Miss Elliott impersonated a million aire girl who, tired of luxurious life, seeks the simple existence of a gypsy, j A band of bold, bad gypsies attack her van. The lord "Of the manor rescues the heroine, whose companion and sec- j retary also finds t, soul affinity in the ! baron, who Is devoted to* the heroine, j - ------ --------- - ■ ■ I Century Printing Co. Phon* Blaok #31. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank, M KG ^OUNCES 7b* Those who believe in quality use BAKING POWDER 25 ounces for 25 cents Made from pure, carefully tested materials. Makes all baking healthful. Why pay more for inferior powders ? JAQUES MFC. CO. Chicago BRITT NO LONGER I00L OF FANS LOS ANGELES, Sept. IS.—James Edward Britt s resurrection was noth ing but a of weeks. tho pugilistic morgue, but the old master caught him at it and at the present writing the native son is back on hls m u e slab, deader than Rain eses III., and twice as unpopular as the ancient slave-driver ever was. There is a growing suspicion that the geese who lay the • golden eggs -, inporary affair, a matter He played "hookey" from have again been* plucked by the Britt contingent. In the first place, up to the present time, Britt has brought no positive proof that his wrist was broken on the afternoon of the 9th. He has blocked every attempt to get at the truth of the matter and refused to sub mit to an examination at the hands of the Interested persons. He has the wrist In a plaster cast, and It will probably rema'n there for several weeks. Now , just for the sake of the argu m e n t, suppose that Britt really sus tained a severe injury on the afternoon of the fight Would ho have , eft thp ring at once, after refusing to continue the fight, or would he have stayed long enough to make sure that all the news K sure that all the news paper men were satisfied? Would he not realize that the only thing that cou i d save hls patc hed reputation from a final bombardment would be the most public exhibition of hls in j ured wrist? Nothing but that bro ken bone could have saved Britt from being branded as a quitter, and know | ng th i s the Britts have tried to make the facts as hard to get at as possible. A well-known sporting man sat near7 f "i r.. th *..ru" o r^ f or the close of the fifth round he> watched the native son come hack to his corner cornar - "His face was twisted all up as if, In severe pain, and he could hardly ,n severe pain, and he could hardly speak when h „ sat down . H e whisper- I e d 'I can't go on. My arm is broken.'I ...______ . ...... _ . I I thought then that he was suffering [ whole thing had been carefully plan- ned, and Britt was just as guilty as Gans. After Graney had given the decision to the negro, Britt knocked the ref great agony, and his face and the tone. of his voice bore out the supposition." All right, but listen to this: James Edward fought Joseph once before and ! the "battle" was the greatest fiasco was the coast has ever seen. He hammer ed Gans all over the ring for four rounds, deliberately fouled him toward the close of the fourth round and re peated the offense In the fifth. The erre down and mauled him about the ! floor, and when torn away from his victim knelt down In front of the press row and with big tears running down hls face cried over and over again: "I had him licked! I had him Uck ed! ™ : They robbed me." After this exhibition of Britt's hls trlbnlc ability, I am inclined to doubt the expression of hls face, the tones of bis voice and everything else In' con nection with the dramatic ending of the last Gans fight. Of course, nothing but an X-ray will get at the truth, but put two and two together and you get the answer: "Britt quit." That will be about all for James Ed ward. They might match him with Nelson or any other fighter, but he woild not draw 150« In San Francisco. September 9 is certainly a bad date f Cr the Britts. KING OSCAR ROLES 35 YEARS STOCKHOLM, Sept. 18.—Tho thtr ty-flfth anniversary of the accession of Oscar II. was Joyously celebrated throughout Sweden today. All stores and banking institutions were closed, and the streets of Stockholm were one mass of bunting and flags. During the day messages of congratulation from all the rulers of Europe were present ed at the palace by the members of the I diplomatic corps. King Oscar succeeded his brother. King Charles XV., Sept. 18, 1872, and wtls crowned the following May. He was tiorn in Stockholm, Jan. 21, 1829, and was destined for the navy. He took the course in tho university at Upsala, where he was grfduated a doctor of philosophy. Tho people of Sweden claim that not only Is he the most learned king today, but the best ! tr f vele><1 man amon K the royal scions ! I,f E *irope. Notice of Dissolution. iNotice Is hereby given that the part nership in the law business that has heretofore existed between Eugene O'Neill and Lloyd H. Eriesson is <Bb sdlved by mutual consent. All matters pertaining to the firm business should be presented to E. O'Neill, and all debts due to the firm should be paid td him. Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 9, 1907. EUGENE O'NEILL. LLOYD H. ERIESSON. REMOVAL NOTICE. I am now located in the Porter block, one door east Chant Music Co., and Will be glad to have my customers or anyone needing harness or saddles afid anything In my line to oall and see me. R. M. COBURN, 620 Main street. Phone Main 232. Womens Woes LEWISTON WOMEN ARE FINDING RELIEF AT LAST. It does seem that women have nliore than a fair share of tho aches and pains that afflict humanity; they niiuch "keep up." must attend to duties hi spite of constantly aching backs, or headaches, dizzy spells, bearing down nd bend and work with rickingSpains r- «>»■ «— *■<>».. «£ w Hr , v „ _____ ___ „ . L ther op * I?"" 1 B f the body ' Keep the j kidneys well and health is easily main tained. I | Mrs. F. j Pearce Hvine half n I east o, La Grande Ore says "Doan' Sidney Pills which I used two or thr I ' Willen 1 USCd tWO Or threi Years fit to [ years ago, proved of Inestimable bene! fit to me In relieving backache and k'dney trouble of five or six years' Standing. Kidney disorder was the ! rpost troublesome although mv back pained considerable. The kidney se cretions were Irregular l n action, ffealded and were highly colored and contained a dark sediment. House work was a burden as I was so tired 4nd restless. Doan's Kidney Pills were ijecommended to me and my husband procured a box for me. Its use re lieved me from the first, and soon the bad condition of the kidneys was illated and the backache was removed ! Since making a statement f -- —- t or my case fft that time for publication, I have bad slight recurrences of the back ache brought on by colds or overexer < on, but a few doses of Doan's Kid ney Pills have never failed to bring positive relief. I would not be with out this remedy for anything." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 tents. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, r ew Yorkl ®° Ie agents for the United (States. I Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. 1 „ n COPAiaa . sW 'CAPSULES " IN 2*^ Patronize Home Industry and Driuk Weisgerber's Beer Special Brow ml -TOTS NACHT" tTä! Botlo Boor.