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^oiitioni hiv# been ««cured, scores of rooms rented, s grest number of •ales made by the use of a want ad. It is an inexpensive form of adver tising, but brings bountiful results. IT PAYS Z TO USE THESE COLUMNS HELP WANTED. WANTED—dirt tor housework, first and second girl. Call up phone Main 76.__________________ WANTED—Girl for housework In family of two. Call phone Black 951. WANTED—For U. &. Army; Able bodied unmarried men between ages ef 21 and >S; citizens of United States, of good character and tem perate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to rewriting officer, 300 Main street, Lewiston, Idaho. tf WANTED—An office desk. "C" Ham ilton at The Teller office. ATTORNEYS. hTo" BED WINE—General law prac tice in state and federal courts. Booms 6, 7 and 8 Bee Hive block, Lewiston. Phone Main 109. ANDERSON & ELLIOTT, Attorneys at Law, No. 817, corner Fourth and D Streets, ground floor, Means block. Phone Black 51. Lewiston, Ldaho. GEORGE W. TANNAHILT., LAWYER —Practlafs In all state and federal courts or Idaho and Washington Rooms 5, «, 7, New Porter Bldg. Phone Malr. 227-___________ f . D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms »09-30 9 Wels gerber Building. JOHNSON & BTOOKEY, LAWYERS. Rooms 817-318 Welsgerber b!o "k.__ JAMES El BABB, A TTORNEY AT LAW—Practices In state and fed eral courts of Idaho and Washing ton. __________________ ARCHITECTS. H. N. BLACK, Architect, Office Bee Hive Block. CHIROPRACTIC. DR. J. B. GABI+E—CHIROPRACTOR Acute and chronic diseases cured without drugs or knife. Specialist on nervous and female diseases. Rooms 1 and 2, New Porter Block. Phone, Black 751. *. CONTRACTORS. _____ H. T. MADGWICK. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone Main 264. _ . DENTISTS. DR. BOSTON— DENTIS'f-Room 20 Adams Block. Phone M ain 254. ___ EYE SPECIALIST. I. R. CLAIBORNE, Optician. Eyes properly fitted to glasses. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Call at George Lake's Jewelry stör«. FOR 8ALE. TOR SALE CHEAP—Two pool tables and one' billiard table, with com plete fixtures. Address W. T, D., Teller office. 9-27 TOR SALE—Furniture of a five-room house; also a good bicycle. House for rent. 322 Adams st (on flat). TOR SALE— 5 -horsepotver water mo tor. Cheap. Apply at Teller office. WANTED—To trade farm land for Vineland acreage. Inqmlre of W. S. Rice, Rosetta, Nez Perce County, Idaho. *-21 FOR RENT. )R RENT—The building formerly occupied by the Evening Teller. Ap ply to G. H. Storer or at Teller sffiee. FOR (RENT—FjirnlShed room; close; 616 Fourth avenue. Black 1981 tf HOU8E MOVING. HOUSR MOVING AND RAISING and foundation work. Schmidt & Blume, corner Third and C street#. Phons Red 1922. *f M. F. VA LK, House" moving and rals fliig. »7 Snake river avenue, Lewis ton. Idaho. MU8ICAL DIRECTOR. KARL BAUMGAERTEL, musical di rector and teacher. Music furnished for all o< cos Iona Room L Ha*el Assembles, Phone Main I*___ PHYSICIANS AND BURGEONS. >R HINKLY— Physician and Sur geon, Diseases of Women a spec ialty. Room 6 Bee Hive Bldg. Phone office Red 181. __ DR. MORRIS—. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Room »06. Welsgerber Block. Phone Red «61. DR. HURLBUT—PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Rooms 8. 4. 6. Thlessea block. Phone Red ML >R. C. K. HENKLE— Office hours 10 toUa.nfi.8to6 p. Office Adams block. Telephone Red 481 Lewiston. Idaho. __ JR. L. F. INMAN— spectanst nerro-u diseases, female disse see and ob stetrics given special attention. All calls promptly attended. Office Per ser building. Phone Mato 86. SECRET SOCIETIES. LEWISTON LODGE ÖT ELKS, NO. 896—Meets every first and third Thurstay of each month at the the Elk's Temple. Charles W. Mount, exalted ruler; C. V. Smith, secretary KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.—KxoeUlor Lodge No. », K. of P„ meets every Wednesday evening at » o'clock. Visiting knights always welcome. EL A Meyers, C. C.; Henry Fair, K. of R. and S. F. O. E.—Nez Perce Aerie 6Si meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 at 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—I need some more timber claims at once. J. M. Malloy j DILL BROS j • MEÄT MARKET S 371 Main 8treet. Phone Main 161. J LEWISTON DRAY ! • COMPANY J J STORAGE • Office at Blue Front Main St. * ■J Office Phone Main 3. e * eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeSyeeeeeeeee j I j I j j I i ^ You Can Elat GOLDMAN'S MEAT Cold Storage Market fVone Main Î*». THE BEST Coal and Wood Lewietoft Fuel and Transfer Go., Ltd BERNARD JACOBS, Presia«»; Phons Main 171 " Yards and Coal Bunkers 6lt Malr HOTEL GRAND EUROPEAN" - Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Stiffel, Props Lewiston Bakery and Confectionery A full line of Bread, Pies and Pastry Confectionery Prompt Delivery. Phon« Malrt 96 H. VADIDELLEN, PROP, 246 Main Street. JNO. HALLORAN Contractor and Builder! Hotel Ds F ran cs. Estimât«« Furnished en All Cieseoe et * Buildings. KID MOHLEB ON BATTERS SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 21.—When ! the Seals travel to Los Angeles, which will be week after next, Kid Mohler expects to be in the game. He has lm proved so rapidly of late that his doc tor advises him that he can play then If he meets with no set-backs. Though he limps yet, Mohler said yesterday that he found It a great deal easier to 1 move about than he has any time since ho has been Injured. While watching the game yesterday from the bench Mohler dropped a few remarks, which were to the point and should be studied by the players. It Isn't often the Kid discusses the finer points of i Is chap of few : the game, for he words. j 'I'll tell you the kind of a player | j like,'' he began. "It Is the player who will walk up to that plate and pull oft ! a stunt without having to be told about it, and will take the responsl- | bility If he makes a failure out of It. That's the kind of player I like. A j great many players want to be told what to do when they go up to bat. They will sacrifice, hit with the base runner, or work the squeeze play if told to do so, but they want to be told. Pete Lohman was a great man for making players use their noodles. He used to say to the hoys. 'Now use your judgment when you go up. Make the play you think best.' And Pete would not howl if you fell down. So long as you gave signs of using your head Lohman was satisfied. He was a great leader. "Now I will give you a reason why a player who will pull off plays on his hooks is valuable. You may tell a player going to bat to dump the hall for a sacrifice, but when he gets up to the plate he may see a chance To work the hit and run gag. The player at the bat is the best judge of the sit uation. for he is up there and on the job. Take the squeeze play; it's all right and the players should pull it off with more frequency than they do, j j but they don't like to unless told to ' for fear they will make a fluke. In other words, they don't like to take the responsibility. They want to pass • every thing up to the captain. Players of this calibre will never set the world on fire and be known as heady hall 1 players. Batters should be wide I awake. ~ , ■*. ■ £ ' To hit the ball safely Is not the onlyi thing in base hall. The thlnng of prime importance is to make the runs and win games. That's the candy. Really, I think publishing batting av erages does more harm than good. Too many nlayers I'ke to SÇ8 U'lSt ,300 mark after their name». A .300 hitter Is all right If he will pHv Inside base ball, but if he won't, give me a .200 hitter who will, and we will win more games'. I have Reen, and so have you, a team of »iuggèrs beaten by a team that didn't hit wlthlrt 40 per j cent of it, and why? Simply becâüsè ; one was playing Inside baseball all time, makipg every hit or every base ! on balls or every hit by the pitcher count for something." ! FOOTBALLGAMES BEGIN TODAY NEW YORK, Sept. 21.—Among the Eastern colleges football for 1907 makes its Initial bow today. The first j skirmishes take place today, being lit tie more than practice games, for it j will be several weeks yet before the real battles begin. The situation is not altogether lovely, however. Far from it. It is complicated emd unsatisfactory. So j much so, in fact, that It is impossible j to forecast with any degree of cer- , tainty just how strong the various | members of the "big five" will be this fall, Judging from the number of vet erariäl left over from last year, Cor- j nell ought tô be unusually strong. Yale , has lost by graduation and other causes more than half the 1906 squad, but It has some "xeeptlonally Strong recruits from the freshman eleven o f last year. The University of Penn sylvania ig fortunate In having lost but two of the members of last year's team. Princeton has lost heavily in the line, j but reports from the training quarters , Indicate that the Tigers expect to be | well able to care for themselves. Har- j vard Ig believed to be In the worst ; shape of any of the big colleges, due largely to the uncertainty existing the greater part of last year as to whether football would be continued as a col lege sport. Annapolis and West Point and also the Carlisle Indians are counted upon to show up well. With but few exceptions, the sched ules of the big teams are much smaller this year than usual. There will be but two lntersectlonal games of Im portance. One will be between the University of Pennsylvania and Uni versity of Michigan at Ann Arbor and the other between the Carlisle Indians and University of Minnesota, at Min neapolis. MARQUETTE, Mich—A cage filled with men being lowered into the Pe haunee mine fell to the bottom of the shaft and 14 were killed and a number Injured. CANADIANS IN ATHLETIC MEET MONTREAL, Que., Sept. 21.—The cream of the amateur athletes of Can a<la . together with a corps of crack runners and jumpers from the United States, lined up this afternoon on the üfi^ of the Montreal A. A. A. to take P ar t in the twenty-fourth annual field an ' 1 track championships of Canada, t he end of the warfare between the r 'val athletic bodies of Canada re suited in an unusually large entry list anf t general expectation exists that the ,uf0 * will witness a number of record breaking results. Particular interest centers in the running events, 1 he complete list of the events to be decided is as follows: One hundred 5 ari1 run - 220-yard run, 440-yard run, 8 sn -yard run, one-mile run, three m *h' run - P°'° high vault, 120-yard hurdles, running high jump, running broad jump, throwing the discus, put * inK 16-P°und shot, throwing 56-pound weight, throwing 16-pound hammer. „.*"*.* *****'*"* '♦ FLASHES FROM THE WIRE. - th on on at GARFIELD.—Apdrew Gould lies in ! c ritical condition as the result of a distressing accident at the Wilson thrashing machine last Sunday. The aachino is a self-feed, with an attach ment for cutting the bands on bound grain, and while attempting to dis- I lodg,. a jarp m the feed he lost his j tooling and fell into the knives. Hi* back is terribly cut and it is believed he cannot recover. NORFOLK.—Major Barry Mahool of Baltimore was unanimously elected I president of the League of American | Municipalities. J I I WASHINGTON.—Mr. Choate, one of the delegates to the Hague confer ence from America, cabled the state department yesterday that present in dications were that the conference would adjourn October 5. ^wALLACE—Nathan Witter has se cure( j a t, on <j on the Formosa mine, but thQ termg 0 f the bond have not been madp publfc . The mine is considered one Qj , promising properties in the district, "I suffered habitually from constipa tion. Doan's Regulets relieved and 3trenîrt hened the bowels, so that they have Deon regular ever since."—A. E. Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Texas, ___ Century Printing Co. Phon« Bleek 801. Basement Lewiston Natl, Bank. ♦ NOTES FROM THE BASEBALL ♦ DIAMOND. _ Shortstop Hulswitt of the Columbus, O., team has a record of 18 straight games without an error, —, , - Catcher McFarland of the 1 White Sox is Comlskey's troublesome child. ! He is as good as "Rube" Waddell In the disappearing act. Pitcher Jack Taylor, the hero of Nelsonville, Ohio, has been handed the sad farewell by President Murphy of the Chicago Nationals, The last Detroit-Cleveland series at Detroit caused more excitement In Michigan than anything since the big .Wind. "Young" Neuer of the New York Americans pitched great ball his first two games, hut blew up ill the third one, Washington landing on his for 17 hits. _ No matter how far apart their standing in the American league race, the Philadelphia and Boston teams play the game for keeps when they meet. ' •« . _____ Perry Llpe, manager of the Macon, Ga., team, has just finished his fifth season. In 750 consecutive games he has not. been out of the game fôr even a single Inning. Chicago fans are worried because of the Inability of the Cubs to equal their last season's record of games won. They fear the Cubs may lose a pennant in the next six or eight years. Christy Mathewson of the New York Giants has been showing flashes of his old-time form of late. There Is cer tainly none better than "Matty" when he is right. At Columbus the other day over 20,000 people saw the home team de feat Toledo In both games of a double header. Several big league cities will not have so large an attendance in a week. The Aberdeen team, leaders In the Northwest league, lost five straight trames to Seattle recently, which gave the Seattle fans much happiness, Dave Brain of the Boston Nationals will be able to supply each of his teammates with a pair of shoes before the end of the season. Dave has al ready won nine pairs of "kicks" for nine home runs. Some one has suggested a series be tween the SL Louis Nationals and Washington Americans at the end of th season. As both have had much experience playing at the end of their leagues, they doubtless would he will ing to play at the end of the season. "Live Wire" McCloskey of gt. Louis might sign Schwenk, Stultz, Bierkotte, Wohlebern, Kahloff and Kanzler front llio South Atlantic league, where he got "Bugs" Raymond. With Hoel skoetter, Konatchy and Hostel ter, Mack would have a pretzel outfit that would sound well in Budweiser center. John Kling of the Cubs has been sizing up tlie Detroit, Chicago, Cleve land and Philadelphia teams of the American league lu order to get a line on their style. Hard work keeping tab on four teams, hut the Cubs can't pick the wlnnor. Hence the quadruple In formation bureau. Football GaGmes Scheduled Today, Carllslo Indians vs. Albright College, at Carlisle, Pa. Williams College vs. Williston Sem inary, at Williamstown, Mass. Pennsylvania State College vs. Al toon, A. C.. at Altoona Pa. Buekness College vs, Mansfield Nor mal, nt Lewisburg, Pa. Phillips Exeter Academy vs. Brews ter Academy, at Exeter, N. H. 3 Atlantic City Dog Show. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J„ Sept. 21.— ! Dogs of high degree and many breeds ! mingled their barks today at the sixth i annual bench show of the Atlantic City Kennel club. The exhibition was hold 0n jfteeplesha.se pier and was largely attended. English toy and Japanese spaniels, ppomeranlans, Dalmatians, Italian grayhounds and Airedale, Irish, Scotch I | and Welsh terriers wore some of the rare breeds that were well represented at the show. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the part- • nership in the law business that has heretofore existed between Eugene O'Neill and Lloyd H. Eriesson is dis solved 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 j to him. Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 9, 1907. EUGENE O'NEILL. LLÇYD H. ERIESSON. REMOVAL NQTIÇE, 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 and anything in my line to call and sea me. R. M. COBURN, 620 Main street. Phone Main 232. Special R. R. Rates Via O. R. & N. Co., To Shoshone and Twin Falls account land sales—North Side Twin Falls & ! Water Company. On sale Sept. 28, 29 and 30, at one and one-third fare foe the round trip. Final return limit 06 J tober 15. For further particulars and rates call on or address C. W. MOUNT, General Agent, O. R. & N. Co„ Lewiston, Idaho, Lewiston Employment Bureau Ase you looking for employ ment? Do y su want laborers or me chanics? It la my business to furnish the abeve, so If yon are looking for work or want help (toil and see me. J. T. 8AN GARDE, Model Lodging House, 219 Main Clyde J. Vassar UNDERTAKER, AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phones: Offias, Red 831 1 •■esidense fled 832. CHEW PEARLO DENTAL Chewing Gum IT MAKES WHITE TEETH A package at all Drug, Confectionary, Cigar and Grocery Stores. Retail trad« supplied by the Idaho Grocery Co. and the Lewiston Merchant!!« Co, Lewiston. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewiston, Ida., Sept. 13, 1907. Notice is hereby given that James S. Oster, of Woodside, Idaho, has filed no tice of his Intention to make final five year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 9,519, made De cember 1, 1902, for the Lots 25 and 26, Sec. 13, Lots 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32, Section 14, Township 33 N„ Range 3 W., B. M., and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver, at Lewiston, Idaho, on November 21, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Ernest E. Avery, of Woodside, Idaho; Martenie Bish, of Woodside, Idaho; Austin D. Polly, of Fairbtlrn, Idaho; William McCubbin, of Fairburn, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, Register. Dally Sept. 17-Nov. 1. Contest Notice. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Lewiston. Idaho, Sept. 17, 1907. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Charles Carlson, contestant, against William McWilliams, deceased, entry No. 7153, made August 2S, 1S99, for lot 1, S % NE V* and NE Vi. SE Vi. Section 2, 37 N. Range 1 E„ B. M„ by McWilliams, Contestée, in ! Townshir ! 'William i wl,ic h it is alleged that said entryman, William McWilliams, died on or about nve J' f-ars ! >g<> and that since his death • j glven by due and proper pubHcatïoV T. H. BARTLETT, the heirs or devisees has not resided upon, cultivated, or improved any part of the land; that the heirs or repre sentatives of the deceased entryman has not offered final proof and now the time has expired in which to make the same, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on Nov. 28, 1907, before the Reg ister and Receiver at tbo United States land office in Lewiston, Idaho. The said contestant having, In a proper affidavit, filed Sept. 17, 1907, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this no tice can not he made, it is hereby or dered and directed that such notice be Register. Daily Sept. 19-Oct. 24, 1907. copaiba CAPSULES Patronize Home Industry ^nd Drink Weisgerber*s Beer Special Brew "TOTS NIGHT* Botls Bear. WHAT IS "MARVEL"' It la the very beet all-hard Wheat Flour to the loçgl market, it and be convinced. Bu/ It and be satisfied. 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