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Commencing on Saturday morning and continuing for seven'days we will find it almost impossible to wait upon our trade. Extra help will be added and everything done to accommodate you and care for your wants promptly, but we want to ask a favor, want you to come down today before the rush. It will be better for you and better for us. Let us show you Good Clothing You run no risk when you «elect a suit or overcoat of the L. Adler Bros, and Co. or Alfred Benjamin make. The garments are made from beginning to end in the largest, best equipped and most sanitary tai loring shops in ftie world, by an army of capable and well-paid people. The fabrics are thoroughly tested before they are made up and the finished product undergoes a rigid inspection upon shipment. It is such clothing as the most particular man can wear with pleasure and satisfaction. Price, $15 to $35. Other makes of Suits from $7.60 to $13.50. Little Fellows 9 Sweaters Yesterday's freight brought us thè swellest line of sweaters for little fellows you ever saw. We have had many calls for these. You who have been patiently waiting come todaff. Price, 75c to $1.50. Men's Hats Come in today and pick out your hat for tha fair. » Flair week vis itors will soon break the assortments. You know our d'Hcdon Hat is being worn by the best dressers in Lewiston. Prioe $3.00. The Stetson Assortment at $4.00 We are displaying ten styles of Stetson Hats, the fall latest styles. City stores sell them for $5.00. Take your choice from the case for $4.00 The R. C. Beach Co Lewiston's Greatest Store % ■ Program for The Big Fair October 7-12 *■**'•' f LEWISTON-CLARKSTON Monday, Oct 7th OHADI DAY. Opening of exhibitions at the Inter-State Fair Grounds at 10 o'"lock. Grand pageant of progress and historical allegory. Merchants' floats and civic societies in line of march on the streets of Lewiston. Head of parade moves from Eleventh Btreet on Main at l o'clock, with D. C. Wrlghter as grand marshal of the day. Stores close at 12 o'clock. Gen tlemen's driving race, green trot and three running races. Opening night of the mammoth street carnival. Excursion rates on all rail roads. Special Sunday trains on Clearwater branch. Tuesday, Oct 8th . , ; ■ CLEARWATER DAY. Beception and entertainment by Lewiston Commercial club at the dubrooms to GrangevlUe, Neiperce, Oroflno and all Clearwater and prairie towns, at 11 o'clock. Livestock parade In front of the grand stand. Extra Ohadl $400 handicap, seven-eighths mile. Seattle stake winners will race. Indian races. Carnival at night. Wednesday, Oct 9th lOWA-MINNESOTA DAY AND GRAPE DAY. CUolcest European varieties of \4toe grapes will be distributed free to every one on the grounds. The natives of Iowa and Minnesota will meet at 10 o'clock on the fair grounds and form a permanent smo eiation. Special program. Great harness horse contest for the $1,000 purse ha the 2:1$ pace. Indian races. Carnival at nlgMt Thursday, Oct 10th DERB YDAY. Free admission to all school children. Stores alose at 12 o'clock. The great Lewlston-Clarkston, Derby Handicap for a purse of $1,000 goes to the winner of the 2:15 trot. iUvestook parade of the winners. Indian races. Carnival at night. Friday ,jOct 11th, INDIAN DAY. A special program by the Nos Perces, who will bo the guests of the association and camped within our city. Indian races for a purse of $100. Free-for-all pace and trot. Carnival at night. Saturday, Oct 12th CARNIVAL DAY. Closing day at the Fair. Everyone takes a last look at the agri cultural and horticultural halb Consolation races for horses that have not been "in the money.'' Confetti and confusion and Ohadl at night on the carnival grounds. PREPARING FOR CHURCH SERVICE! Evangilistic Services Will Be Openen By Clarkston Methodists Next Week Clarkston Bureau Evening Teller. CLARKSTON, Oct. 4.— C. W. Ever ett, the singing evangelist, arrived this morning from Walla Walla, Wash., to take part in the series of meetings which will begin in the Methodist church tomorrow evening and which will continue for several weeks. Rev. Winter, who will assist the Rev. Fer tig in conducting the metings, will ar rive tomorrow. During the week of the fair no meetings will be conducted In the daytime, but each evening spe cial services will be held. Marshal McBride has arranged to open a bureau of information for the benefit of fair visitors, and requests that all parties having rooms for rent notify him, so that visiting people may be properly cared for. Friends of Silas Billings, who has been ill for some time, are pleased to note that he is able to be out again. Clarkston News Notes. George W. Claypool returned today from Kendrick, where he was on busi ness. The Clarkston High School football team will play with the Normal boys of Lewiston on the Normal grounds tomorrow afternoon. On Thursday of next week the Norn^al boys will go to Clarkston and play a game with the Clarkston team oh the fair grounds. Kitty Payne,' little daughter of H. f*ayne, who lias been ill for several day vis improving. ReV. B. Lanf has moved bis family to his orchard home, lately Acquired in the Lewliiton orchard tracts. E. W. Blchardsbrf <*lff leave shortly for Nortkport, Wash., for the purpose of examining the lands of that section. Bert Forman *|>A Vs bre£her,< Ron«, have returned from the PalooM empn try, where they w*rs engaged in Che harvest Miss Maggie Lewis will here^ter have charge of the postofflee litwy I stand Jack Turner, engineer of the elect: light plant at Asotin, will move to Clarkston, where he will have charge of the engine rooms at the new light station near the high line reservoir. Frank E. Brown and R. B. Hooper, members of the board of director^ of the Lewlston-Clarkston Fair associa tion, have tendered their reslgnatfoiis to the fair association, to take effect at once. PERSONALS. George H. Kester arrived In the city this mpmlng from Spokane and will remain through fair week. Attorney John Green 1s In the city from Culdesac. Ben E. Kelly arrived In the city last evening from his fruit ranch on tba lower river. Jap Mounce returned this morning from Spokane, where he went to In terest horsemen In the Lewiston meet. C. H. Garby return this morning from his fruit farm In the Potlatch section, where he has been for the week. Mrs. Nat Brown and Mrs. Loufs Bradbury arrived In the city this morning from Spokane, where they have been visiting friends. Fred Seidel went Into the Clearwa ter timber belt this afternoon and will be absent from the city until Monday. C. W. Felt returned to his home In Nezperee this afternoon after a few days In the city. J. A. Schultz returned to Nezperoa on the Clearwater train this afternoon. Dr. B. A. Leak went to Culdesac this afternoon on a professional visit. J. M. McGee, manager of the Nez perce Co-operative Telephone line, went to Vollmer this afternoon. The case of the state of Idaho vs. R. G. F. Smith, on motion of the state, was continued for the term. In the case of the state of Idaho vs. James Barnhart the case was con tinued and the defendant released on his own recognizance, the court direct ing the defendant to furnish the nec essary bond. Ohadi Boilsd Dinner and Luncheon. The ladies of the Baptist church will serve an Ohadl boiled dinner on Thursday, October 10, at the Baptist church, corner Seventh and Main. Dinner will begin at 11:30. In the evening luncheon will b<f served, be ginning at 6 o'clock. The public is cordially invited to attend and partake of an ecellent dinner and Itmchedn. jy/pen you are in need of Groceries, dail up Main 281 or Main 84. and if we do not have what you want we will get It for you. Lewiston Grocery. Just above the heart an Ohadl but ton. 'REST EXHIBIT EVER COLLECTED Verdict of Visitors in At* w»*'tried ,*nd fined $1 and'costs and tendance at Big Orange ville Carnival. GRANGEVILLE, Ida., Oct. 4.—The fruit and vegetable display from the Salmon river country was without question the best that has ever been exhibited here at any former fair. The poultry, sheep and swine ex it ib ted at the fair is perhaps as good a showing as can be produced In the West. The horse and cattle showing Is fair. The horse races for this afternoon promise to be Interesting and exciting. The town Is filling up with race en thusiasts, and considerable wagering on favorites has already taken place, Wood Up a Notch. Four-foot wood is now selling at $5.50 a cord. There are hundreds 6f cords stackel up on the mountains, and a scarcity of fuel is not anticipated. The price later will raise. The .heavy rain of Monday morning stopped all threshing operations, and all the threshing crews hre taking in the fair. I A couple of new cases of dihptheria are reported today, and the places are promptly being placed under quaran tine. The contract has been closed for the brick work of the large new hotel, and it is understood that It is to be a three-story structure instead of two, as was at first contemplated. F. S. Taylor of Lewiston, with his moving picture show and the Taylor brothers as vocalists, easily were the best side issue at the fair. There were others, but the lengthy Taylor out reached them all and raked in shekels with both hands. The Orangeville band rendered choice music all day and evening, and a dance at the armory is the windup affair nightly. One of the fakers filled up on three mile and made himself at home in the cloakroom of the Arlington and adorn ed- himself with a lady's coat, which h« more under his coat. The theft Was dfccovered by the clerk, who im mediately had the thief captured. He jjgjltromised to leave town immediately* This meager punishment did not seem sufficient tq Mark Howe, the hotel pro prietor, who Immediately secured an other arrest And the artist Is now tnakiitj! faces through the bars and will be obliged to aVififtrer to the charge of grand larceny laten. LORING SEEKS BRIDE. Popular Architaet Weda in ^lichigan— Now in Bais*. •;* Ralph S. Loring, manager of Tour tellQtte A Co's, office in Lewiston, and who is superintendent of the work op the administration building at Moscow, is in the city after a trip to the East, returning to Idaho with a brida, <i#ho Is a niece of James K. Loree, of Bolpe, says the Boise Capital News. After the happy event Mr. and Mrs. Loring left Michigan on a trip to Boston. Where they spent several weeks. Mi. and Mrs. Loring will visit in Boise for a few days before departing fop Lew iston. MpU).DRAMA OF HIGH ORDER The Red Dagger Opening Play at the Temple Saturday. For a melo-drama of the higher or der. The Red Dagger is said to be among the best. The play can aptly be styled a "Romance of the Ken tucky Hills." The story is told of a feud lasting for forty years between two prominent families. The last fight has been ten years previous to the opening of the play and resulted in the death of one of the participants and the blinding of the other. The family of the man who met his death moved from the scene, and the return of the son to his birthplace arouses the old feudal instinct of the blind colonel. The leader of the band of mountain outlaws known as the Red Dagger is desirous of marrying the daughter of the colonel, and In the attempt to gain his point resorts to different crimes which, for a time, are charged to the son of the colonel's old enemy. The real criminal is afterwards found out through his own confession and retrib ution éoroeg to him at the hands of the colonel whose sight has been restored by the son of his old enemy. The play as a whole is entertaining throughout and will no doubt be as well received here as in former places where the company has played. , Cbntury Printing Co. Phene Black $01. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank. (j -T - - -—*--y It you haven't the time to exercise regularly, Doan's Regulets will prevent constipation. They induce a mild, easy healthful action of the bowels without griping. Ask your druggist for them He. 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