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Member Associated Press. Daily Except Sunday. LEWISTON PUBLISHING CO., Phone Main 261. LTD. Entered at the Lewiston Postoffice s second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. Ctoe week .................. .....$ -15 tee month ................. ......50 three months ............. ..... 1.35 Six months ................. .....2.50 tee year ................... ..... 5.00 WEEKLY. 'tee year .................. .....$1.60 Six months ................ .......75 Four months .............. ......60 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1907 WEATHER REPORT. Forecast for Lewiston and vicinity 6ar tonight and tomorrow. Fair tonight and Sunday. Following data recorded at local of flce, United States weather bureau at S:30 o'clock this afternoon: Maximum temperature, 78; mini mum tempei^ture, 44; mean tempera tsre, 61; precipitation, none. W. W. THOMAS. v Official in Charge. RESPECT FOR THE LAW. The correspondence committee of the Alabama State Bar association has brought to light some shocking facts regarding the increase of crime in this country and the low price placed upon human life here. Statistics gathered by the associa tion show that in proportion to the population, homicides in New England are twelve times as numerous as in London; in California they are 75 times as numerous as in London, while in Nevada they are 245 times as numerous as they are In the metropo Ks of the world. London has only 24 homicides an nually, while New York, with nearly « million less Inhabitants, has 254 per year, and California, with less than a fburth the number of inhabitants of London, has 422 homicides annually. Many causes are advanced for this condition of affairs. Authorities have agreed that the vast influx of foreign era here Is particularly responsible for the high rate of homicides, but it Is far from accounting for America's pre eminence in this regard The loosen ing of religious restraints is also brought forward as a cause, but one of the critics properly argues that this ft no more applicable to this country than It is to Europe. A writer in Case and Comment, after making all allowances for the con tributory causes mentioned, declares that probably the chief reason for the extraordinary multiplication of crimes here 1s to be found "in the insufficien cy of our criminal procedure, covered with a widespread lack of respect for the law and its enforcement.'' It Is this aspect of the situation that h» being mot by what Is now called the awakening of the public conscience on the question of respect for the law and the sweeping cases of its applica tion to thoso in high places who are chief among the offenders. This Is the leaven that may In time leaven the whole lump. * THIS IS MY 41 ST BIRTHDAY. ♦ » H. G. Wells. » H. G. Wells, the well-known English novelist, was bom at Bromley, In Kent, September 21, 1S66, his father, Joseph Wells, being a professional ericketer. The future novelist, scien tist and sociologist, was educated first •t a private school at Bromley, and Dater at the Royal College of Science. The Light That's Bright Uk<Hc. 6he glittering light of the electric lamp every thing to •ecu at Its beat. h> poorly furnished house becomes bright and cheerful In appearance with the introduction of electric light The dark and dingy store once avoided by •hoppers quickly chan ges Its character and becomes a busy mart of trade under the radiant brilliance of Electric Illumination. Call at Electric Light Office I he took first honors in the subject of zoology. After some experience in On graduating as bachelor of science coaching, Mr. Wells took to writing and was not long in achieving popu larity. His first work of fiction— apart from contributions to periodi cals—Tvas a volume of "Select Conver sations With an Uncle," published in 1895. This initial effort has been followed by many books, nearly all of which have achieved popularity. Mr. Wells makes his home at Sandgate, on the picturesque southern coast of the county to which he belongs by birth. ♦ THIS DATE IN HISTORY. ♦ ♦ September 21. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 1327—Edward II. of England murdered in Berkeley castle. 1745—Battle of Prestonpans between the Royal troops and the Jacobites. 1776—The first Trinity church, New York, destroyed by fire. Built in 1698. 1821—Central American states declar ed their independence. 1832—Sir Walter Scott, novelist, died. Born August 15, 1771. 1841—Railway opened between Lon don ahd Brighton. 1863—General Bragg began the siege of Chattanooga. 1895—Peary Arctic relief «expedition left St. John's N. F., on return home. 1898 j : French minister of war ordered ! the prosecution of Col. Plcquart fn connection with the Dreyfus case. 1899—Anti-trust conference at Chicago cnded 1 ,__________ ax tup rHURCHEA SUNDAY ♦ AT THE CHURCHES SUNDA n ^ ******^***^***^* The Pilgrim Congregational church, j Rev. Samuel B. Chase, pastor. Church j located at corner of Tenth street and Tenth avenue. Sunday school meets ! at 10 a. m., M. D. Mills superintendent. I Morning service at 11 a. m.: "Christ's Measure of Men." Christian Endeav- j or service at 6:30 p. m. Topic, "God's! Omnipotence." Evening service at 7:30 , p. m. Theme, "The New Creature, or; the Larger Life." The Juniors will meet at 3:45 Tuesday afternoon. Prayer meeting at 7:30 Thursday eve ning. An acquaintance social will be given at the church on Friday eve ning. The object of the social is to get acquainted. Come In and get a cup of coffee and learn who lives the next door. Everybody Invited. Presbyterian church, William Latti-1 more, pastor. Sabbath school 10 a. m., 1 G. A. Swanson, superintendent. Morn Ing service. 11 a. m. Subject, "Cau- ; tion and Faithfulness." We ere fa- ! vored in being able to secure Miss Me- j llna Saux for a solo for the morning service. Miss Saux will sing 'Face to p-app >• First Baptist, corner of Main and ! Seventh streets. Rev. A. E. Patch, pas- - tor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morn ing service at 11. Subject, "The,j Weakness of God." Young people's' song and praise service at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7.30. Subject, "The ! Way to Power." The Ladies' Aid so ciety will meet on Tuesday afternoon at the church. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening. Subject found in the 34th Psalm. East End Chapel—Sunday school at'; 2 p. m. Preaching at 3 p. m. ♦ » Christian Church—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Regular preaching at 11 a. m. The Christian Endeavor of the Chris tian church will meet at 6:30 p. m. at th church, after which they will go to the Presbyterian church for the rally. The regular evening service will be held. WILL TRY A BOYCOTT SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 2I.--Next Wednesday night the representatives of the offending corporations in Seattle are cited to appear before the central labor council on complaint of the striking telegraphers to show cause why they should not be placed on the! unfair list by the labor council The officials summoned nre R. T. Reid, su perintendent of the Western Union; John A. Forehand, superintendent of the Postal company, and S. B. Vincent, Portland, district manager for the As sociated Press. The decision was reached last night at a meeting of the labor council. I HUSBANI'S «m WAS FATAL OGDEN, Utah, Sept. 21.—Earl S. Beers, a member of the staff of "Fer Don," an itinerant medicine vender, died last evening at the Ogtyn hospital f'om Injuries Inflicted upon him sev eral days ago by F. E. Walker, vice pr sldent of the Salt Lake Electrical Supply company. , Walker charged Beers with undue lr 'macy with Mrs. Walker, whom he h; '1 been treating a3 a patient. The ult occurred In the office of the trlc supply company In this city. ker will be charged with murder, A PELVIC DISEASE Oj Which Pcruna Cured Me In m Very Short Time WAS SAPPING MY LIFE. ptgrT- rr7T T TT ' X > ;; X MRS. SOPHI* CALDWELL. at on on M RS. SOPHIA CALDWELL, 1126 McGavock St., Nashville, Tenn., writes: "After doctoring for a year and flnd-_ ! ing no relief from leucorrhea resulting from prolapsus uteri, and which was sapping my life forces away, I finally tried Peruna, and when I found that it 1 was helping me every day, it seemed almost too good to be true. "But, it not only helped me, It cured tue endIn m very short time, "I am now enjoying the beat of health. «I am strong and free from pain, and j j cer t a i n iy g oe i that all praise and honor j are duQ t0 p eruna ,*> Thousands of women will read the ! testimonial of Mrs. Caldwell as above I g ive n. Thousands of them will be induced to j try the remedy that saved her. Thousands of them will have the , same experience she had. Peruna is the remedy such women need. Peruna comes like a boon to suf fering womankind. Mrs. Jobu Hopp, Webster Ave., Glen dale, L. I., N. Y., has aiso been relieved of pelvic catarrh by v'eruna. IN THE SOCIAL REALM. ♦ (Continued from Page 3.) 1 friends Informally Thursday evening ; at her home on First avenue, ! " j Miss Jennings will entertain Mon day evening the members of the camp * n S party who spent the summer to gether on Craig mountain. ! Mr6< - Mar y E - Hallett went t0 S P°* kane this morning for a few days' vls - in i at'; it with friends. Mrs. A. H. Hazen returned yester day from Sioux City, where she spent the summer visiting with friends and relatives. at ; I at to be new location in BLAKE READY FOR BUSINESS. New Store, New Stock and the Prices That Are Always Right. "Blake, the man who cuts the price," is a slogan that is very familiar to the people of Lewiston and vicinity and has been gained by his persistent and consistent advertising. That the peo ple have appreciated Blake's way of doing business, bag been shown by his increase of patronage. J. H. Blake came to Lewiston last January to take charge of the Fair store, formerly managed by Mr. P. H. Waldman, and since that time has put forth his ability, gained by years of experience, to increase the business as much as possible. He at once launch ed his advertising, which is very at tractive on account of its unlqi^ness and originality, changing the name of the store from the "Fair" to "Blake's.' The result has been a steady increase of business. As business was beginning to move eastward on Main street, Mr. Blake watched his opportunity and secured a the First National Bank building, in the center of the j shopping district. the! Through a series of sales conducted i n the past, "Biake's" disposed of a of the S. he larger part of the Fair store stock, and upon moving into his new location opened up a brand new $40,000 stock, which is being arranged in a tasteful and attractive manner. A room has been arranged, the men's annex, which is devoted entirely to men's wearing apparel and is in charge of Frank J. Kromer, a recent arrival from Chi cago. The main store will be devoted to dry goods and ladles' furnishings. Both stocks are complete and up to date. Blake is here to stay. He has prov en himself the people's friend by mak ing prices that are right. In his new location he is in a position to serve the public better and has Increased his stock In all lines to meet the new lines of trade. St. Paul Road Meeting. MILWAUKEE, WK, Sept. 21.—The annua] meetings of stockholders and di rectors of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company were held at the general offices in this city to day. The meetings were entirely of a rou j tine character and resulted In the re ' election of all of the old directors and officers of the company. Notice of Stockholder«' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the an nual stockholders' meeting of the Twin Butte Mining Co., Ltd., will be held at their office in the city of Lewiston on Monday, the 7th day of October, on jsionuay, •« «»x - -.........j 1907, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the pur . . . , _. - pose of electing a board of directors and transact such other business as may regularly come before said meet- ing. - V. LANDQUIST, Secretary. There Is more Catarrn in this sec tion of tne country than all other dis eases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incur able. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies, %nd by con stantly falling to cure with lpcal treat ment, pronounced it incurable. Science has .-proven catarrh to be a constitu tional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Halls Ca tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the mar ket. It Is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for *>ny case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testi monials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Wanted—Boy to fire early Monday morning laundry. boiler. Call at LeClaire 8-24 of by H. of as of a the a has J. to new his new di & to re and Shiver Well» no wonder. Shoot the straw hat and thin suit. It'a high time, for thin things were called in long ago. Come in for your Fall Hat, warmer Un derwear, a Fall Suit, Top Coat, Overcoat, etc. Get in line for the new season. Seen our $15, $18 or $25 Suita? Seen our $18 and $25 Top Coats? No? Well, Well! You're missing the best in own. Come in for a look and wh^ you are here just size up our dandy Overcoats at $10, $18 or $20 to $30. Remember the eariy bird story. Lewistons Exclusive Shop Watson Clothing Company Better Than a Bhnk Account That is better than a surplus lying idle in the bank. A 5 to 10 acre tract on Clarkston Heights will enhance in value 10 to 20 per cent yearly. An orchard or vineyard well cared for will earn an average of 3200 to $500 per acre, year after year for many years. Pressure water service on every tract. Many of the tracts on Clarkston Heights are in the most sightly, pic turesque, beautiful location In the valley, by many thought the most beautiful home sites in the northwest Take a trip with us in the through the or over the scenic automobile chards and road. E. H. LIBBY Lewiston, Idaho, and Clarkn ton, Washington. Ladie's and ^Gent's TAILORS Baldeck & Ransburg 123-124 Means Block Watt for Miss Kennedy's opening, September 23 and 24. Now open, The Ketteubach, finest furnished rooms in the city. New fur niture, steam, gas, electrlcy; hot wa ever y room; porcelain baths. 128 J ___ Main street. Phone Red 41. ♦ MENDING SOLES AGAIN. -*■ ♦ We have opened our shop at 666 ♦ ♦ Main street, next door to the Busy ♦ neer tl0 ♦ Main street, next auur to mo ouay ti ♦ Bee, and are ready again to do all ♦: ♦ kinds of repairing. Will be glad ♦| fun » to have you call and see us. ♦L ♦ PEOPLE'S SHOE SHOP. * ■» V. Ai Bilderback, Prop. Notice for Publrcatlon. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 5, 1907. Notice Is hereby given that Aaron F. Westllng, of Waha, Idaho, bas filed notice of his Intention to make final five year proof In support of bis claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 9347, made August 22, 1902, for the W 1-2 SW 1-4, SW 1-4 NW 1-4, Section 35, and SE 1-4 NE 1-4, Section 34, Townsblp 33 N., Range 4 W., B. M., and that said proof will be made before Regis ter and Receiver, at Lewiston, Idaho, on October 16, 1907. He names the following witnesses of 2, t In _ __________ _________ __ to prove his continuous residence up- 1 on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Adolph Westllng, Frank Williams, Marvin C. Williams, Bryant Crews, all of Waha, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, Register. Daily Sept. 7-Oct. 16. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August 12, 1907. Notice Is hereby given that Carrie Void, widow of Ole Void, of Webb, Idaho, has filed notice of her intention to make final five-year proof in sup port of her claim, viz Homestead En try No. 9371, made September 10, 1902, for the SE 1-4 NE 1-4, N 1-2 SE 1-4, and SW 1-4 SE 1-4, Section 9, Town ship 34 N., Range 4 W., B. M„ and that said proof will be made before Register "" »♦ T and Receiver, at Lewiston, Idaho, on November 7, 1907. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: David J. Wyatt, Ole Eide, Charles C. Miles, Joshua G. Marquis, all of Webb, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, Receiver. Dally Sept. 7-Nov. 7. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August 12, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Ole Eide, of Webb, Idaho, has filed notioe of his intention to ma,ke final five-year proof in support of his claim, viz: Home stead Entry No. 8687, made October ! 22, 1901, for the S 1-2 NE 1-4, SE 1-4' NW 1-4, and Lot 10, Section 3, Town- | ship 34 N.. Range 4 W., B. M„ and ! . that said proof will be made before ; Register and Receiver, at Lewiston, Idaho, on November 7, 1907, I He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: PhUmon V. Crawford« Charles C. Miles, Joshua G. Marquis, Isaac H^ Malone, all of Webb, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, Register. Daily Sept. 7-Nov. 7. Notice for Publication. Department fe of the Interior, Land Of lce at Lewiston, Idaho, September 3, 1907. Notice is hereby given that La Fa yette Mounce of Forest, Idaho, has filed notice of his lnténtion to make final five year proof in support of his claim, viz.; Homestead Entry No. 12,401, made Sept. 3, 1907, for the SW % Section 2, Township 32 N., Range 4 W., B. M., and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver, at Lewiston, Idaho, on October 21, 1907. He names the following witnesses to profve his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, viz.: Bzyant Crews, Henry L. Benton, Isaac Des Champs, Noel Mundon, all of Forest, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, Register I -- « -—--- , -—— j Notice foe Publication. I Department of the Interior, Land Of- j flee at Lewiston, Idaho, September 3, ' ' 1907. Notice is hereby given that Isaac Mounce of Lewiston, Idaho, has filed notice of his intention to make final commutation proof in support of his claim, viz.: Homestead Entry No. 12398, made Sept. 3, 1907, for the NE % NE *4 Sec. 19, E H SB %, and SE, % NE % Sectioh 3, Township 32 N „ range 4 W.. B. M„ and that said proof 1 will be made before Register and Re ceiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on October 1«, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation ot the laid, via.: ,u wuuiyaiiun öl , tne laid, vis«; George B. Clark, Owen S. Mounce, ! uy Mounce, Wayne Mounce, all of Guy Lewiston, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, \ Register. Dally Sept. 4-Oct 1«. Notice of Publication. Notice is hereby given ihat at 10 a. ta H on the 66th day of September, 1907, ! at Ft. Lapwai, County of Nez Perce, ) State of Idaho, before C. J. McGrath, I P r °°f will be Bubmltted of the comple tion of works for the diversion of 11-3 ruble feet per second of the water of : oldiers Cannon Creek, Nez Perce bounty, in accordance with the terms tnd conditions of a certain permit heretofore Issued bv n, neer of the state of St »" W 1- The name of ti?^ % poration holding sal ,, Per *°n or Jamin Cloud. Pen hlt i, £ 2. The ' postoffice add. Person or the place of bu „ e8s «f corporation u Co„n. lne « of State of Idaho. UDty of ^ > *• The number of 2845. and the d ate gtt " cb Mm* . tl0 " °g S " ch wor * is October 11 ®,^ 4. Said water to be „«1 ! 3 ' *•»!. ti oe u 8ed # E „ .. omes tlc purpose, f lria - fun compel* * d ' Ver8i °* *11 ♦L llch n the dfu, . .*»• *111 k, &Qt f ------ Which said work? 4 of conducting to the «R* use, in accordance with th. „JjM » I ot lands tor** 00 *^ companytng the appiij' * p > Permit. Js 1 1 - 3 cubic tea " for «* I T *= amount ot Sfct said water is avails« particularly described L * Parts of Lots io n, ls an ' tol V 2, Township 35 North n= d 13, Boise Meridian Range 1 »to* JAS. STEPHENSON, _ Dal, y Aug. 27-Sept t , 1 Alias SummonT " 1 In the district court of ih e dicial District of the Stau h i* and for the Coun^of Commercial Trust Company, ^ 1 Damef O'Malley 'Jjjf * H ^ wifV A. Semper^s^Bi',!!^ and Eugene Hoch. "nan The State of Idaho to o eorw j Liuli Blumauer and Eugene HocT man his Horsman, Daniel O'Malley, ants. ----- dtte »4' You are hereby summoned m quired to appear in an action broi Uffin th y ° U h by the ab ° Ve named Pi* tilt In the above entitled District Conn and to answer the complaint ot th, said plaintiff, filed therein, *i2 twenty days exclusive of the d ay service, if served within the s'Z Judicial District l n which this actio« is brought, and within forty day, « served elsewhere. This açtion i s brought to obtai decree of this court for the foreclose of that certain mortgage described ta the said complaint and executed by th, defendant George E. Horsman, on th, £6th day of December, 1902, convey, ing the N. E. y 4 of S. E. Vi of Sectio« Thirty-one (31) and W. % of S. W. \ of Section Thirty-two (32) of Town ship Thirty-three (33) and lot Font (4) of Section Five (5) of Township Thirty-two (32) North, Range 2 W. a M., to Holland Bank, a corporation to 8 '-cure the payment of a certain prom- ! issory note for Seven Hundred Dollar, payable in Five Years with interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annua, payable annually, executed by the said George E. Horsman, and payable to said Holland Bank, and providing that on of his ! In default of the payment of interest 1-4' when due. that the entire principal | an <1 interest shall become immediately and ! . due and collectable at the option of th« ; holder; and further providing that l( or action be brought sail ; or action be brought upon sail note, for the payment of a reasonable attorney's fee, which said note and mortgage has been duly assigned to plaintiff. It being alleged that no part of the principal or interest of said nota has been paid, and that plaintiff, ai holder of said note and mortgage de dares the whole amount, due under th» ] said option therein provided. Plaintiff prays that each of the de fendants and all other persons claim ing under them prior to and subse quent to the commencement of this ae tion, be foreclosed of all equity of re demption, or other interest in the said real estate; and that the same may ba sold and the proceeds thereof be ap plied to the payment of the amount due on the said note and mortgage, with interest together with $125.00 attor ney's fees, and the costs of this suit, and that If there be any deficiency the defendant George E. Horsmas pay the same, and that the plaintiff have suoh other and further relief that may ha equitable and Just, as which more fully appears by said complaint, on file 18 this action a true copy of which h herewith served. You are hereby notified that If fail to appear and answer the aaiA - complaint as above required, the plate I Uff " w m apply o the court for there- j lief demanded in said complalat I Attest my hand and the seal of j District Court of the Second Ju ' District of the State of Idaho, In ' for the County of Nez Perce, this 2«" day of August, 1907. W. L. GIFFORD Clerk of the District Court C. E. MONTEITH, Deputy Clerk. (SEAL.) FOGG & TANNAHILL. r Resident» AWorneys for Plaintiff, 1 Lewiston, Ma» 10 - Dally Aug. - - P • Notice for Puhfieatlon. Department of the Interior, tan at Lewiston, Idaho, July 10. * ' Notice is hereby given noue« w ucifu/ » go* ! Ruchert of Lapwai, Idaho, J 14 *. tice of his intention to n*** 8 ^ year proof ln support of bis c Homestead Entry No. 9244. g^jo# 1, 1902. for the E. H * T* „„ _ _____ lu tu -m Rentre 3 W- **___ 32, Township 36 N, Range - _ . ^ and that said proof will be fore Register and Receiver ton. Idaho, on October 9, 1 _ » He names the following prove his continuous ««!^ ^ and cultivation of, ■" r^o; John J. PhlHIp» of Î** Jerry Taylor, Williams, all of ^ baBT lB^ RegteW 1 Pail; ly Aug. 27-Oct 9.