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Is the last day of the big Eruption Sale and everything in our Big Store—ex cept contract goods-are put on sale at prices never before heard of in Lewiston. We have tried to make this the greatest sale ever put on in Lewiston and we think that we have succeeded and the last day will be the best day. Come and see for yourself and be one of the many that have saved money by buying ot our store. R. C. Beach Co. AWAY IN ADVANCE. THE EASON'S BEST f IN MEN'S SHOES We've as fine a showing of Men's Fall Shoes as ever graced a Shoe Store. Don't wear uncertain Shoes when you can get the best by coming here. EVERY SHOE STORE SAYS: $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, or $5.00. So do we, but our kind of Shoes are OH, SO DIFFERENT! It's always the shoe at the price that tells the story. Match us. if you can. on Shoes. Gramlich-Letson Shoe Co., Ltd. 311 MAIN STREET ; I BEAN CROP BRINGS $60,000. American Ridge Fanners Harvest a Big Crop. Farmers on American rldgf", above Kendrick, have completed their bean harvest, which Is the heaviest of Its kind ever gathered in the state. It is estimated that Kendrick alone will ship 30 cars of beans, while Trov I ' will not fall far behind this record. The bean crop of American ridge is assuming importance, and die acreage is increasing -from year to vyear. All varieties of beans are grown, but the standard white najjv.V'' bean is the mainstay of the growers Most of the crop will be marketed at from 3 to 4 cents a pound,' which at a conservative estimate will bring $60,000 to the growers of beans. CHURCH CASE BEING HEARD MEMBERS OF BOARD OF PRES BYTERIAN CHURCH SEEK TO SET ASIDE CODICIL OF LATE SARAH THOMPSON'S WILL. The case of J. Howard Howe, ex ecutor of the estate of Sarah C. Thompson, vs. the Presbyterian church is on trial in the district court today on appeal from the pro bate court. The case involves a legacy of $16, 000 which was willed by Mrs. Thompson to the church, but after the preparation of the will a codi cil was prepared which designated the places where the two churches should be erected and provided for the expenditure of the money to be under the absolute control and cus tody of the executors of the estate. There was also a provision of the codicil which states the money «hall be reverted to the estate unless used within live years. The case was first tried in the pro bate court, where a judgment favor able to the church was rendered. The action before the district court is an appeal from the former decision. The church claims the custody of the money under the terms of the will and codicil and claims the loca tions suggested by Mrs. Thompson are impractical for church purposes. Teachers of Old Bay State. BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 29.—Bishop Lawrence led the devotional services in Huntington hall this morning at the opening of the sixtythlrd an nual meeting of the Massachusetts Teachers' association. The improvement of the status of the teacher was the general topic considered at the opening session. During the day addresses were de livered by President Eliot of Harvard university, State Superintendent Smith of Maine and several other educators of wide prominence. The meeting will continue oven, tomor row. Spokane 17, Tacoma 4. TACOMA, Nov. 29.—Outweighed, ! but not outplayed, the football team of the Tacoma High school went down to defeat today before the hus ky eleven of the Spokane High school by a score of 17 to 4. The fea tures of the game were a well-placed field goal by Dick Johns of Tacoma, which netted his team its only score, i and the sure, hard tackling of Ern ; est Taner, quarterback of the Ta coma High school team. Sunday School Workers. OGDEN, Utah. Nov. 29:—Dele gates from the chief cities and towns) I of Utah assembled in Ogden today' for the state convention of Sunday school workers. The sessions are being held in the First Presbyterian church and will continue two days. Rev. W. C. Merritt of Tacoma, Wash., and several other members of the international committee will address the conference. The Canadian Trades and Labor congress, at its recent annual con vention in Winnipeg, adopted a res olution urging the abrogation of the treaty between Great Britain and Japan so as to pave the way for Jap anese exelusion. Century Printing Co. Phone, Black 601. Basement Lewiston Natl Bank. BARRINGT0N-L0WE THEATRE Chas. C. Lowe Lessee and Manager THE BARRINGT0N-L0WE STOCK COMPANY In High Class Productions Change of Bill Monday and Thursday New Songs and Dance Specialties Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday A Great Pastoral Drama "DAD'S DARLING" Friday, Saturday The Beautiful Emotional Drama Neath the Shadow of Shasta MATINEE SATURDAY AT 3 P. M. Prices: 25c and 35c Seats on sale at the Owl Drug Co. • Hot Soda Opening SA TURDA Y Saturday, November 30th we will hold a Hot Soda Opening at our Fountain. We will consider it a special priv ilege to serve the Ladies of Lew iston and Vicinity with our com pliments. Menu Hot Chocolate Wafers Hot Tomato Bouillon Crackers Hot Clam Bouillon Crackers Oyster Cocktails Hot Beef Tea Crackers Don't Fail to Come and Bring Your Friends Chastain-McNair Drug Co. Sousa Much Improved by Rest. CHICAGO, Nov. 29.—Bandmaster j Sousa, suffering from ptomaine poi- j soning, had a restful sleep and is j much improved today. It is believed with a few days' rest he will be all right. James Sullivan, one of the oldest residents of Boise, on November ^ çelebrated his 100th birthday. Mr. Sullivan is hale and hearty and bids fair, to live many years longer. He is a nhtiVe Of Ireland and has been employed in Boise for over 26 years. LOST—A ring of keys at the Arm ory Monday evening, a ring con * taining four keys. The finder will confer a favor by leaving the same at The Teller office. RETURNS HERE FOR WINTER. Ezra Baird Arrives From Payette Lake Seeking Mild Climate. Ezra Baird arrived in the city last Many People are taking advantage of the oppor= tnnity of getting all classes of Furniture and Laurel Stoves and Ranges while the Great Slaughter Sale is now on AH goods must go before December 1, regardless of price and we are offering you such values as never before has been h«ard of in the history of Lewiston. Come in and be convinced. Lewiston Furniture Co. evening from the Payette Lake coun try. He is proprietor of the State house on the Meadows-Warren trail, and has the government contract for carrying the malls over that route. Mr. Baird reports that the travel to the mines has beeft very heavy throughout the season, but that busi ness Is dropping off now and will re imain quiet during the winter, Last winter was very severe in the high altitudes about the lakes, and Mr. Baird has found that It Is too severe a task to his health to remain there in the winter season, and has returned to Lewiston to spend the time until spring opens. The place ; at the Meadows and lake will he ! looked after by his son, Louis Baird. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Lewiston, Idaho, Oct. 10, 190T. Notice is hereby given that John P. Johnson of Forest, Idaho, has tiled notice tjf his intention to make final colnipufatlon proof in support Of his claim, viz.: Homestead Entry No. 12017, made September 13, 1907. for the E. Vi NW V4 and W. Vi NE V4 section S4, township 32 N., range 8 W., B. M„ and that said proof will be made before the register and .re ceiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on Novem her 23, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz.: Ralph Bell, Joseph Weller, FranK Ayteh. Mallory Farley, all of Forest, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT. Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Ot flee at Lewiston, Idaho, Septem - 25 1907. Notice is hereby given that Steven D. Taylor of Fairburn, Idaho, filed notice of his intention to n! '' 1 final five year proof in support of - claim, viz.: Homestead Ento • • 8734, made November 9. 1» U V the S Vi, NE V4, and NW ü nE , Section 32, Township 34 N-, R» * . W., B. M.. and that said P ro ° be made before register and reo at Lewiston, Idaho, on Decern » He names the following to prove his continuous re Upon, and cultivation of, the Vl Andrew J. Johnson, WlMj Kern. William F. Brown, » Fairburn. Idaho; John H.