Newspaper Page Text
You M*ny politic ,.!* wide by thi uee of a wont ad. It is an inexpensive form of adver tiling bu t bringe bountiful reeulta. IT PAYS TO USE THESE COLUMNS help wanted. ^TED-Help of all kinds, at the pniilng er Hotel. _!1_ r^TED-Oirl for »eneral house work. Phon e Red Ml. _ ^^ED—Mangle girl at the Le Clair laundry- , JTT^rED—-For U. h- Army; Able bodied unmarried men between agee t « and SB; clilzene of United gutes, of good character and tem rate habita, who can speak, read write English, Por Information * ply to recrutlng officer. 300 Main * tre et, Lewlaton. Idaho ** ^ÿTËÎ>— An office desk. utu n at The Teller office. •C" Ham Johnson & stooket. law verb Rooms 317-818 Wel sge rber bloc k.____ RABB. A TTORNEY AT _Practices in state end ted er8 l courts of Idaho and Washlng *on. _______________________ architects Architect. Office Bee 4 N. BLACK. Hive Block. ______ CHIROPRACTIC. 5rTT b. GABLE—CHIROPRACTOR. Acute and chronic diseases cured without drugs or knife. Specialist on nervous and fema e diseases Rooms 1 and 2, New Porter Block. Phone. Black 751. CONTRACTORS. " ATTORNEYS __ a REDWINE—General law prac H (1 fn state and f-deral courts. Rooms 6 7 and 8 Bee Hive block. I Lewiston. Phone Main 109. . ] îïroBRSON & ELLIOTT. Attorneys t law. No. 317. corner Fourth ami n streets, ground tloor. Means block. Phone B^kck 51. Lewiston. Ldahe. ^r 0RG fi W TANNAHILL. LAV YER —Practices in all state and federal courts of Idaho and Washington Rooms 5, «. 7. New Porter Bldg Phone Main 227.________ ^CULVER. ATTORNEY AT LAV. Rooms 808-309 Welsge rber Building HT. MA DG WICK TRACTOR <V BUILDER Lewiston. Idaho Phone "Main 26-t ________ DENTISTS 9R. BOSTON- DENTIST-Room 20 Adams Block. Phone Main 2.54 FLY t SPECIAL! :U I Ft CLAIBORNE. Optician. Ey — properly fitted to glasses. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Call at George | Lake's Jewelry store. _ FOR 8ALE. FOR SALE—Furniture of a five-room house; also a good bicycle. House for rent. 322 Adams st (on flat). 'OR SALE—5-horsepower water mo tor. Cheap. Apply at Teller office. FOR RENT. FOR SALE—Some fine pullets that will be laying ln a few weeks. Better come and pick them out. All kinds. Idaho Ice and Cold Storage Co. tf FOR RENT—The building formerly occupied by the Evening Teller. Ap ply to G. H. Storer or at Teller office. FOR RENT—Furnished room; close' 516 Fourth avenue. Black 1981 tf HOUSE MOV|NG. HOUSE MOVING AND RAISING and foundation work. Schmidt & Blume, corner Third and C streets. Phone Red 1922. tf H. F. VALK, House moving and rais ing. 97 Snake river avenue, Lewis ton, Idaho. MUSICAL DIRECTOR. ^ARI- BAUMGAKRTEL, musical di rector and teacher. Music furnished for all oecoslons. Room 4. Heel Assemble». Phone Main * p _gHY8l'CIA~wT~ÄNb SURGEONS D R. HINKLY-Physician and Sur geon, Diseases of Women a spec ialty. Room 6 Bee Hive Bldg Phone offlet Rej m. DR - MORRIS—. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Room 205, Welsgerb»* Phone Red «61. Diu HURLBUT—PHYSICIAN AM 8URGEON. Rooms 8. 4, i, Thlessen Phone Red «6Î. DR - c. k. HENKLE— Office hours 10 to II a. m., t to 6 p. m. Office Adams block. Telephone Red 4SI Lewiston, Idaho. ***• L - F. INMAN—Specialist nervo-* diseases, female diseases and ob stetrics given special attention. Ai' calls Promptly attended. Office °o* h "Hdlng. Phone Malr- *« SECRET SOCIETIES.___ Lewiston lodge or elks, no. ^ Meets every flmt and third Thurstay of each month at the th* Terrmie. Charlne W. Mount I ___ F. O. E. Nqz Perce Aerie #81 meets every Tuesday evening at 7:80 at KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.—Excelsior Lodge No. a, k. of P„ meets every Wednesday evening at I o'clock. Visiting knights always welcome. E A. Meyers, C. C.; Henry Fair, K. of R. and S. Woodman hall. Ninth street. Worthy president, C. Henry Payne; secre tary, Ed Walters. TIMBER LANDS VV AN TEL - i some more timber claims at once. j M. Malloy. ♦ NIGHT SCHOOL ♦ OPENS OCT. 14. ♦ Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Type- ♦ ♦ writing, Telegraphy, Penmanship -*• ♦ and all Commercial Studies. Stu- ♦ * dents ma y enter either day « * eve "'"9 s ch °°' any time. I - LEWISTON BUSINESS COL ] t ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ ♦ , j DILL BROS j t MEAT MÄRKET l 371 Main Street. Phone Main 161. I LEWISTON DRAY COMPANY STORAGE -t M|s, h.T! Phon* Main B. • •«»•••••••I » mm* •••4 You Can Eat GOLDMAN'S ML A Cold Storage Market | THE BEST Coal and Wood j ! Lewiston Fuel Transfer Co., BERNARD JA Phons Yard* and Coal Wise % £ EUROPEAN Mr. and Mr*, ^bart ,R. Stiffel, Prop Lewist and C nery Of A and Brea Con ry Main BB Prompt Doll ROP, IRAN uildci* JNO Con Clas Vatl *te* j LILLIAN PLAYS SELDOM LOSES Noted Actress Has Mania * For Playing Speedy Ponies. ---- CINCINNATI, O., Oct. 4.—"I Sup pose if I should tell you that I am penniless as a result of playing the races, it would make a fine story. But I am not going to tell you anything of the sort." This was the manner in which Lil lian Russell, shortly after her arrival ln Cincinnati this afternoon, started an interview in which she denied the report that the "bookies" at Saratoga succeeded in getting all her money, and that she was obliged to sell her art treasures to offset her racing losses. 'The story printed on Thursday that I have lost a fortune on the races at Saratoga is absolutely without foun dation," the actress declared. "Why, I never le t more than the small | amount I carried in my bag at the j track, and very seldom has that been more than a hundred dollars. Usually | it was considerably 1,-ss. Resides, Ij always cashed my tickets, with very few exceptions, so you see T could not i very well have lost a fortune. "Counting all things. I believe I am ] a little ahead of the game. Tn regard to the proposed sale of some of the j thing* in my New York house, I can not say any more than T have already 1 said. It is simply that I would rather sell some of my trinkets than store them while I am away. I am not so poor that I need the money, but ow ing to the fact that I shall be on the road th-- greater part of the next three years. T would rather have the money than the house and the furnishings. l P summ r T go either to Europe or, to my summer home on Long Islandj, and to keep the things that I am to d j of. I would have to store thenf'-wr. Beat the house, both of which at».. «Béa factory. "It is a fact that I hrfve 'ovïf- of 4fi« finest collections of ic-a-brdc £fl* Now York. Last season Ï collected barrels of fine stuff. The whole lot. I ! should think. L-jaErt -h «bout, * U.on-, and although bulk of my property will go 1 at auction, the bulk will not bring one-fourth r,f that?* ts Scheduled for Tonight. " .Willie Fitzgerald, *T*M«*S| s, at Phi six r Philadelphia. PROVE YOU NEED J j BB It may be that some persons will be Inclined to doubt the statement made by an eminent authority, at a recent meeting, that with a mixture of dande lion, kargon and sarsaparilla, he would give prompt relief to any suf ferer of rheumatism or the usual forms of backache, caused by inactive, clogged kidneys, yet many cases of j long standing that had been entirely 1 relieved were cited to prove the truth ! of his assertion. The same authority further stated that many cases which failed to yield to the healing waters of the famous health resorts, or the usual remedies as prescribed, salicylate j of soda, potash, colchicum, etc—were j readily relieved by the use of this slm ple mixture Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsa parllla, three ounces. Take a tea spoonful dose after meals and at bed t * me ' A well-known druggist, when ap- , preached upon the subject, stated that while this prescription, as written, Is new, the Ingredients are continually prescribed by the best physicians, and , any good prescription pharmacy has them; they are Inexpensive and harm-| less to use and are mixed by shaking j wall In a bottla. ~ If the claims, made for this mixture, j are only partly correct. It would seem ihat no sufTerer here could afTord to leave the prescription untried. Odd Fellows Honor Leader. MOUNT PLEASANT. Ia., Oct. 4— Honors were paid today to W. S. Burton of this city on the occasion of his sixtieth anniversary as a member of the order of Odd Fellows. Mr. Bur ton is in his 88th year, and is Iowu's oldest past grand master I. O. O. F. He was initiated ln the order at Huntsville. Mo., Oct. 4, 1847. and passed through the chairs, and became a past grand there. He removed to Iowa ln 1854. and was elected grand master In 1363. He Is still ln active lolce work here, and is considered the md old man of Iowa Oddfellowshlp. WESTERN RACER IS PRAISED Eastern Sports Like Port= lands Famous Hur= dler. PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 4.—Multno mah cluh and Portland have received more favorable press notices in the East from the performances of Forrest Smithson than from the Eastern trip of any representative for many a day. Smithson, with most of the athletes who competed at Jamestown, went on a campaign of the handicap and open track meets as far north as Montreal and at every one the Portland lad was highly praised. The New York Worll devoted half a column to telling of the fine amateur and sportsmanlike spirit between Smithson and Hillman, the two great est hurdlers in the land today, one from the Far West and the other from the Far East. When they competed | at New York Hillman insisted that j Smithson tfake his choice of track, IWh- n Hillman fell, at the last hurdle, | Sm tlis.-n was first at his side, Ij Such a spirit is becoming to an ath 1 1 who is in the sport i!pr the love i of it md redounds to the honor of his club It Is In great contrast to the ] swaggering variety that shakes money land offers to bet ho will defeat all j competitors, and 4s ready to fight any one who doubts 4L ~ ... „ —: .-v,-* -. , -iirv 1 smithon« ru n an h, s races* with He :V up Smithson M# a cripp]e(1 ^ fjj; £fl* I between, e doec to E a-u right. Ulawffkjpp. s In Nap York, ftp pAs«' in tt*e,two-tWstrty; V*asitlt»ur hUppertently «M»« do«*, hard a» hi# 'lagt leg and a «•me < Vn 'out. Hill mari wdWKff have* Wéàfnn him anyway, s Ehe sàî -1 h# WnW entitled to second IAFFLES" IN REAL LIFE Prominent Physician Charff= ed With Daring 8org= taries. NEW YORK, Oct. 4— Mr. Hor nung's "Raffles" appears to have met J his master if the charges made by the j Now Rochelle police against Dr. Sam uel Bolin are true. Dr. Bolin, physician, chemist, man sion owner and social leader of the ex clusive Huguenot Park section of that exclusive town, was plucked from a trolley car eaöly this morning and landed in jail to answer the accusa tion of the attempted burglary of a hardware store. Detectives say they will prove that he has been posing as distinguished' resident by day £*id neighbors' hontes after j robbing his 1 darjj ! The New Rochelllan8( wh0 Satur _ day were rlding with him pro ^ dly be . hind his spanking pair of bays, were so stunned at his arrest tonight that t ) le y could not even regain equanimity j enough to go th( . doctor * s ball . j Last Wednesday night, just after 12 0 - clo ck, Mrs. Robert Haug, of Hugue not street> looked out of her bedroom window and across the lot to the rear and spled a man sawlnK the ba r8 out 0 f a w i n dow In Levison's hardware 8tore , whlch backs up agaln8t her property. , The 8igbt interested Mrs. Haug the more from the fact that tw0 weeks ago ber b0UBe was entered by riiians of jU8t 8UCh a 8aw as she wae ji eartng , then, with a consequent loss of *500 in jewels. Other wealthy residents of t he vicinity had been similarly robbed, j M rs. Haug telephoned -.hysterically ~ fo „ t he police. The burglar had fled. j bu t when the detectives began to work on the case they found enough evi dence to convince them that Dr. Bolin was guilty and he was taken Into cus of F. to tody. He angrily protested his lnno. cence, but could not make good on an alibi. A number of his wealthy friends hurried to the police and demanded Dr. Bolin's release, but when the po lice told them the evidence they de parted, and Dr. Bolin Is languishing behind the bars with no ball In sight. College Football Games Today. University of Oklahoma vs. King fisher College at Norman, Okla. Iowa State College vs. Coe College, at Ames, Iowa. Whitman College vs. Pendleton High School, at Walla Walla, Wash. For Health and Economy BAKING POWDER ! ounces for 25c an all up 25 an Grocers Arkansas Veterans. He r SPRINGS, Ark., Oct. 4.—The OYowd Of visitors hero for the state fall' was increased today by the pres ence of scores of Confederate veterans from all over the state, who came to attend the annual encampment of the Arkansas division. Former Senator James H. Berry is presiding over the encampment. The. principal work before the body Is the election of officers for the ensuing year. Americans Entertain Roto. CITY OF MEXICO, Oct. 4.—The en tertainment of Secretary Root and hip family was left to the American colo ny today. This evening Ambassador and Mrs. Thompson will receive in honor of the secretary at the American embassy. 1 a-u In in j a | I I t.i ^K IrtSS L „ FACEUP der: V Imparts a rare softness.' beaut*, and del - 1 icacy to the skin . 1 It is a perfect aid to 1 beauty, rest raining^ the ravages of sun.l wind and time. Elimi-Y nates tan. sunburn and freckles, sallowness and ' imperfections of the skin.! Possessing a dainty clinging! perfume exclusively its own.! t leaves a pleasing odor] rivaling the sweet breath of spring, »»ice so cent;. BOOKLET FREE. g Drugg-sts . ï Tested and Proved the a a as _ . 12 THere Is a Heap of Solace in Being Able to Depend Upon a Well Earned Reputation. For months Lewis tor, readers have seen the constant expression of praise for Doan's Kidney Pills, and read about the good work they have done in this locality. Not another remedy ever produced such convincing proof of merit. J. S. Elliott, miner, living Just south of Baker City, Oregon, across the O. R. & N. railroad, says; "Since 1903. when I gave a testimonial, I have had no occasion to use a medicine for backache or any kidney trouble. As I said in my former statement. I had been troubled with lameness and sore ness in the back and over the kidneys, and the kidney secretions were irregu lar, scalding and full of sediment. I was restless at night and derived little benefit from my sleep, often feeling just as tired ln the morning as when I went to bed. Doan's Kidney Pills en tlr ly changed this condition. I give them all the credit for the splendid results they brought me." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doans—and take no other. no CHEW PEARÜI DENTAL Chewing Gum IT MAKES WHITE TEETH 5CTS A package at all Drug, Confectionery, Cigar and Grocery Stores. Retail trade supplied by the Idaho Grocery Co. and the Lewlaton Merchantlle Co.. Lewiston. REMOVAL NOTICE. 1 am now located in the Porter blocl^ 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 see me. R. M. COBURN, 620 Main street. Phone Main 232. •• if ,>' '.JS Oct on to an Ohadi button. :i $ 1 A good cup of coffee for breakfast makes you feel good all day. Use Chase & Sanborn's and no other. Wo have it. Lewiston Grocery. Phonos Main 281 and 84. Steam Heated. Gas and Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Water in Every Room. d The KETTENBACH Phone Red 41. 128 Main Street Century Printing Co. Phone Black ï 601. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank. Ladie's^and Gent's TAILORS Baldeck & Ransburg 123-124 Means Block Clyde J. Vassar UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phones: Office, Red 331 1 residence. Red 332. I I I -w cQPA/a* CAPSULES "&S IN 2 a Patronize Home Industry and Drink Weisqer ber's Beer 3peeial Or«» "TOTS NIGHT* Botla Baar. WHAT IS "MARVEL"' It la the very best all-hard fcheat Flour in the local market. Try It and be convinced. Buy It and be satisfied. Sold by all ■'■«.ding grocers and manufac tured by Th* Anatone Flour Milling Ce.