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WANTED—Someone to care for a
baby. Call at 521 Main street.
GIRL WANTED—Wanted a girl for
pantry work. Good wages, Bteady
I employment. Call up Red 921.
WANTED—For U. S. Army. Able
bodied unmarried men, between
I ages of 21 and 35, citizens of the
I United States, of good character
\ and temperate habits, who can
i speak, read and write English. For
! Information apply to recruiting
! officer, 300 Main street, Lewiston,
H. G. REDWINE—General law prac
tice in- state and federal courts.
Rooms 6, 7 and 8 Bee Hive block,
Lewiston. Phone, Main 109.
ANDERSON & ELLIOTT, Attorneys
At Law, No. 317, corner Fourth
^ and D. streets, ground floor, Means
[ block. Phone, Black 51. Lewis
' ton, Idaho.
GEORGE W TANNAHILL, LAW
YER—Practices in all state and
I federal courts of Idaho and Wash
I lngton. Rooms 5, 6, 7, New Por
ter block. Phone, Main 227.
F. n CULVER, ATTORNEY AT
LAW—Rooms 398-309 Weisgerber
JOHNSON & STOOKEY, LAWYERS
—Rooms 317-318 Weisgerber
James e. babb, attorney at
LAW—Practices in state and fed
! eral courts of Idaho and Waahing
SH. N. BLACK, Architect. Office Bee
J. E. TOURTELLOTTE & CO., AR
CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent & But
SDR. J. B. GABLE—CHIROPRAC
tor. Acute and chronic diseases
I cured without drugs or knife. Spe
! cialist on nervous and female dis
! eases. Rooms 1 and 2, New Por
ter Block. Phone, Black 751.
H. T. MADGGWICK. CONTRACTOR
and Builder, Lewiston, Idaho.
Phone, Main 264.
©R. BOSTON—Dentist. Roome 20,
Adams Block. Phone, Main 254.
FOR S ALE.___
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred barred
Plymouth Rock cockerels, 75
cents. P. JOY, N. P. Depot.
FOR SALE—Four-year-old mare,
weight aboue 1000 pounds. Cheap.
Phone Black 992.
AN EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
situated on Normal Hill. Lot 100
! by 150 feet. Inquire at 624 Main,
FOR SALE—A 5-horsepower water
motor. Cheap. Apply at Teller
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with
board. Call at No. 99 First avenue,
or cell up phone Red 9,21.
FOR RENT CHEAP—Nine-room
house, suitable for lodging, partly
I furnished. Call corner Ninth and
f Idaho Btreets, upstairs.
TOR RENT—Nice clean furnished
rooms at the Vendôme hotel, 619
Porter bloc. Phone, Black 741.
TOR RENT—A good barn with Eve
«tails and carriage room. Apply
1 at Teller office or at 321 corner of
' Idaho and Thirteenth street«.
LOST—In East Lewiston, Sunday,
Dec. 22, a «mall dog, color Un
I with a black spot on back. Ixmg
I eare, with half-inch «lit tn one.
1 Finder return to L. Drum, Palace
! -barber shop. . . _ .
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. HINKLEY—Physician aid Sur
geon. Rooms 201-203-205 New
Salsberg block. Office phone, Red
131; residence phone, Red 132
DR. MORRIS—-Physician and Sur
geon. Room c0 5 Weisgerber
block. Phone, Red 651.
DR. HURLBBUT—Physician and
Surgeon. Rooms 3, 4, 5 Thiessen
block. Phone, Red 661.
DR. C. K. HENKLE —Office hours 10
to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Office
night phone, black 811, Lewiston,
DR. L. F. INMAN—Specialist nerv
ous diseases, female diseases and
obstetrics given special attention.
All calls promptly attended. Office
Porter building. Phone, Main 96.
NURSE—Experienced nurse. Con
finement cases a specialty. Mrs.
Augusta Axelson, 206 Eighteenth
avenue. Phone, Red 1971.
KARL BAUMGAERTEL — Musical
director and teacher. Music fur
nished for all occasions. Room 4,
Hotel Assemblée. Phone, Main 28.
LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS NO.
896—Meets every first and third
Thursday of each month at the
Elks' Temple. Charles W. Mount,
exalted ruler; C. V. Smith, Sec.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Excelsior
Lodge No. 2, K. of P., meets every
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting knights always welcome.
E. A. Meyers, C. C.; Henry Fair,
K. of R. and S.
Notice Is Hereby Given
That on the 19th day of January,
1908, at 11 o'clock a.m., the Pilgrim
Congregational Church of Lewiston
will vote on the proposition to mort
gage its property to The Congrega
tional Church Building 1 Society of
New York to secure the payment of
Two Thousand ($2,000) Dollars and
to provide for the grant to it by the
said The Congregational Church
Building Society of New York of the
sum of One Thousand Six Hundred
Thirty ($1,630) Dollars.
Dated this 24th day of December,
J. L. DICK, Clerk.
Try Tb« Teller Want Ada.
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LEWISTON FUEL «6 TRANSFER
Main Street at Tenth Street.
Phone Main 176.
Patronize Home Industry
Office at Blue Front, Main St.
Office Phone Main 3.
RICH VALLEY WILL BE TAPPED
BY TROLLEY LINE RUNNING
FROM WALLA WALLA VIA THE
GRAND RONDE . . ,
PENDETON, Dec. 28.—Twelve
right-of-way deeds filed with the
county recorder Thursday, says the
East Oregonian, lend color to the re
port that an electric line Is to be
; built from Walla Walla to the Wal- ;
Iowa country. Such a road has been
dreamed of for several years by peo- !
pie of the Garden City, and the fact
that right-of-way deeds are being
secured indicates that at least some
actual move is being made.
This morning the Washington
Power and Traction company, of
which M. Baumister is president and
E. S. Isaacs secretary, tiled the first
right-of-way deeds to land in this
county. 9he deeds are all given for
the consideration of $1 and are from
the following parties: C. L. Whit
ney, Mathias Jepson, Samuel Drum
heller. Agnes Dreeze, John K. Wil
son, Edward A. Reser, Anna Zink,
J. A. Hood. Hugh McCool, Frank B.
Morse and S. W. Smith.
All of those from whom deeds
have been secured live southeast of
Walla Walla and east of the present
interurban line from Walla Walla
to Milton. As the section is a
sparsely settled one, it is hardly
likely that the concern merely in
tends to merely run a line out into
the country, so the only other con
clusion possible is that the road is
headed for Wallowa.
The plans for the Wallowa electric
line call for a line across the moun
tain to the Grande Ronde river. It
would then extend down that stream
to the mouth of the Wallowa and
thence up the Wallowa to the fertile
Wallowa valley and the lake at the
By the agreements filed today the
company secures a right of way 50
feet wide and in turn promises toj
construct and maintain an inter
urban motor railway out of Walla
Walla through the route secured
within two years' time. However,
should they be delayed in the work,
through the acts of God, by strikes,
or inability to secure material, fur
ther time may be secured.
WALLACE, Dec. 28.—It has fre
quently been rumored of late, says
the Press that the Hercules mine at
Burke would close down "about
Christmas time and remain closed
until the price of lead advanced to
at least 4 cents.
This rumor, as near as can be as
certained, did not have the sanction
of Managed Day, who has not given
out what the intention of his com
pany was regarding future opera
tions. As usual, the mill has been
closed for the holiday season, but
are is being stoped by the average
number of miners, indicating that
mill operations will be resumed after
Foreman James Murphy said this
"The dead work of the !
mine'has been finished and the force
reduced correspondingly. The mill
is closed for the holidays, as usual, I
but ore is being stoped. I have noj
knowledge of a close down beyond
the holiday season." __
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HAS TWICE GIRDLED THE GLOBE
AND IS ONLY TEN YEARS OLD
—MODEST AND LEVEL HEAD
ED B0Y 1 Itfbi&hitfc'
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28.—Twice
around the globe at ten—that is the
record of Master Charlie Taft, who
has just returned to Washington
with his father, the secretary of
There was no evidence of embar
rassment today when he was told
that he was to be interviewed; nor,
on the other hand, of boldness; sim
ply the frank, pleasant manner that
he has inherited.
Asked how he liked the long trip
through Siberia, he said:
"I rather think I prefer the Suez
route." Then he smiled and a quiz
zical look came into his face.
"I don't know, though, either,
that it is a fair judgment, as I was
only about four years old when I
went through the canal, and I'm
not sure that I remember much
about it. Our only objection to the
Siberian trip was that there was
really no chance for exercise. Of
course, one could get off at stations
and walk up and down, but—" he
shivered—"it was too cold."
Charlie said that he did not see
either'the emperor of Japan or the
czar. In both Tokio and St. Pet
ersburg he was taken in charge by
members of the reception commit
tee, who showed him about.
There is a report that Charlie says
he is afraid is not quite true. That
is, that he started the train before
the rest of the party was ready, and
that his father and the party had to
walk two miles to get it.
walk two miles to get it.
'T'll tell you about that," he said,
"We were at the divide—at the top
of the mountains. We had been
brought up by two engines. One
was taken off at the top. We went
back to be photographed by this
As soon as they snapped the
I ran and got on the train.
That is, when > it started. I think
the brakeman must have misunder
stood." Charlie Bald that he had
not been seasick during all the trip,
although they had such rough
weather in crossing the Atlantic
that they were delayed two days.
"I had some fever and a head
ache," he said. "I think I got the
headache from reading too much."
Asked about his "plans for the
future," Charlie smiled He had
heard that question put. to his fath-j
er often. Then he said quite simply j
"Why, I shall return to school
after the holidays."
"Kitty" Bransfield is mentioned
as the new manager for the Milwau
The fans of Spring Valley, 111.,
have come across with $5000 to take
a flyer on Bill Paqke In his go with |
Hugo Kelly. Not since the days of |
Billy Myer, the Streator Cyclone, has
the home town of a fighter raised
such a pot of money to bet on Its
A lazy liver leads to chronic dys
pepsia and constipation—weakens
the whole system. Doan's Regnlets
(25 cents per box) correct the liver,
tone the stomach, cure constipation.
Evervbodv will be at the Roller
Rink New Year's night, even if you
! can no t skate come and see "Gloomy
Gus," Happy Holligan, the Clowns.
Maud Muller. Dolly Varden, the col
I onial maids. Little Red Riding Hood,
e tc., etc. They are all learning to
skate and some of them give promise
1 of being artists in the skatorial line.
Sleep is nature's re
building period, when the
energy used by the brain,
muscles and organs is re
newed. If you lose sleep,
your system 13 robbed of
the strength sleep should
give. Continued loss of
sleep multiplies this loss
until you become a phys
ical wreck. Dr. Miles'
Nervine quiets the irri
tated nerves and brings
sleep. Nervine contains
no opiates, and therefor
leaves no bad after-effects.
"For over two years I suffered un
told agonies: my friends thought I
was going crazy. I could not sleep
nor rest at all. I triad different doc
tors. but failed to find relief. My
head would ache all the time; I was
like one drunk; could not concentrate
my mind, and was so restless and
worried that sleep was out of the
question. After taking one bottle of
£>r. Miles' Nervine I felt wonderfully
changed. I am now on my third bot
tle and am gaining all the time. I
can lie down and sleep like a child,
and am able to do my work."
MHS. MAY SCOTT, English, Ind.
Your druggist sells Dr. Miles' Nerv
ine. and we authorize him to return
price of first bottle l»niy) If It fails
to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind
HARD FIGHT ON
FACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PAR
TY IN INDIANA WOULD OUST
HIM FROM LEADERSHIP OF
STATE DEMOCRACY . ,
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 28,—
The democratic county conventions
throughout Indiana today mark the
real beginning of a bitter factional
fight that will culminate January 8,
when the members of the state cen
tral committee will meet to elect a
campaign chairman and secretary.
The county conventions today ara
preliminary to the district conven
tions to he held nevt Thursday for
the selection of new members of the
The Taggart and the anti-Taggart
forces are lined up against each
°ther for a fight to a finish. Mr.
j Ta 8kart has dominated
cratic politics in Indiana for a num
ber of years, in fact ever since he
was elected mayor of Indianapolis,
more than a decade ago. But more
recently, especially since the French
Lick gambling cases, the opposition
to his rule has been gathering
strength. Whether it is sufficient to
bring about his overthrow will be
| indicated more or less definitely by
| the results of the county conventions
Five members of the present state
central committee, of which there
are 13, were elected two years ago
on the anti-Taggart Issue, and Will
iam O'Brien, a Taggart man, was
chosen chairman only after protract
ed balloting. Though Taggart has
recently pronounced in favor of
William J. Bryan for the presiden
tial nomination next year, it is gen
erally understood that the Nebras
j ka leader would not be displeased to
see another at the helm in Indiana
It is certain that many of Bryan's
stanchest friends are now allied
; with tne opposition, and are at work
in the several congressional districts
to select committeemen who will
! overthrow the Taggart regime. _
Without clinkers. Wears*
handling 'a high grades *
mine run coal for
$9.50 per foifll
delivered to any part of
the city. Send us a trial
order for a FULL ton*>
Lewiston Gas Cd,
Phone Main 38
Done right, priced right, deliver« •
ed promptly. g
Give ue ■ trial that we m my •
substantiate our aeoertien.
Phone Main 204. -
THE LEWISTON STEAM «
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Room 8 Vollmer Blk. Phene Black ff|
Pollard & Co.
CLOTHES CLEANERS. J
Wildenthaler Blk, Main 8L
Phon« Red tfl
IDAHO BRICK CO.
BAKER A SMITH, PROPRIETOR*
Choice Liquor«, wtnae, bnndlee
cigar*. A olub room tn
Clark Building, Mala Street
Contractor and Builder
Hotel De Fra nee.
Estimate# Furnished on All Claaaa« «B
CLYDE J. VASSAR,
Rhone: Office, Red 331. or
potite I. 0. 0. F. Hall.
For the Most
Call for the An&tone Flour.
It ia the best. Made from the
best of wheat. And is milled
by the latest approved pro
cess. Our brands are : "First,'*
"Marvel," "üueen," "Gern'*
Handled by the Lewistos
Phones, 281 and 84.
AN AT ONE MILLING CO.
Office Phone Main 34.
Residence, Red 1091.
CHAS. N0RLIN, PLUMBER.
Steam and Hot Water Heat
ing. Gaa Fitting.
Repair work promptly at
371 Main Street
Phone Main 161.
YOU CAN EAT
COLD STORAGE MARKET.
Phone Main 239.
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