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Lewiston Paint and Varnish Co.
A COMPLETE LINE OF Wall Paper, Paints, Varnish s, Pictures and Picture Molding. Special attention to Contract Work. Girt us a Call. 200 Main St. Phone Black 301 The Right Time To connect to the new aewer is before the rush and everybody is forced to connect. Have a com plete stock of Plumbing Fixtures, and Pipe and Prices are lower than they have been for several years. Call and examine. Estimates cheerfully given. Telephone Main 159. Hahn Plumbing Store Turf Exchange Opened Reports of all California Turf Events by direct wire 282 Main Street Raymond Hotel HEADQUARTERS FOR COM MERCIAL AND MINING MEN FINE GRILL IN CONNECTION GEO. K. REED, Proprietor LEWISTON NATIONAL BANK SuoMMor to Bank of John B.arl.y, tho first bank in North Idaho . •<* and a National Bank ainoa 1883. Capital, Surplus and Profits $221,500 FRANK W. KETTEN BACH. Proa. J. ALEXANDER, Vie# Proa. J. E. CHAPMAN, Tallar. DIRECTORS. J. ALEXANDER. O. E. GUERNSEY, C. C. BUNNELL. WM. A. LIBERT, J. B. MORRIS, JOHN W. GIVING, EDWARD C. 8MITH, A. FREJDENRICH, R. C. BEACH, FRANK W. KETTENBACH. Diligant attantion givan to ho intaroata of our patrons. Offara avsry facility oonsistont vith safa banking. Can furnish valua abla information relative to tho resources and businass opportunities af Naa Paros, Idaho and Asotin Counties. Correspondance and partons! interviews aotieitad. LEARWATER FUEL CO. Wholesale and Re* LT TUI tail Dealers ln JL v/ I il d 16 inch wood $8 per cord. 4 ft. wood $7.50 per cord Coal $9.00 to $10.00 per ton Phone Main 182. Jolly & Thompson, Proprietors Yards N. P. Track and First Street First National Bank LEWISTON, IDAHO. The Riverside Barn Phone Main 183. First-clase Riga, Single and Doubla. J. H. BREMER A SON, Proprietors. Horses Boarded. Prompt Attantion Assured All Patrone. Capital, 150,000. Surplus and Undivided Profita, 1250,000. UNITED 8TATE8 DEPOSITARY. Deposits July 1st, 1907, $1,184,277.39 The Strongest Bank In Idaho JOHN P. VOLLMER, President. A. E. CLARKE. Cashier. No. 11 upon the Roll of Honor of all National, Banks NEWS FORECAST COMING WEEK CONGRESS WILL MOVE SLOWLY —BATTLESHIPS TO LEAVE BIO JANEIRO MONDAY—SALOONS SEEK TO MODEL LAWS WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.—The congressional mill so far thlB session has not been geared tor speed and there appears to be little prospect that any greater progress will be made in regard to Important meas ures during the coming week than in the week Just closed. Currency legislation and the reorganization of the navy continue the chief topics of discussion among the members, but there appears to be no chance of de clslve action in regard to these or any other Important matters In the Immediate future. Rear Admiral Evans' fleet of bat tleships will leave Rio Janeiro Mon day for the trip around the Horn. The president has designated MaJ. Gen. George W. Davis to represent the United States at the ceremony to be held at Guatemala City Monday to celebrate the completion of the Interoceantc railroad, the first of Its kind in Central America. The birthday anniversary of Gen. Robert E. Lee, which falls tomor row, will be generally observed throughout the South on' Monday. Two of the five governors elected last November will take office Tues day. They are J. Franklin Fort of New Jersey and E. F. Noel of Mis slssippl. The West Virginia legislature will meet In extra session to take up taxation matters and other Ieglsla tlon of a remedial character. On the same day the general assembly of North Carolina will convene In extra session to modify or repeal the 2^4-cent rate law passed at the last session. Alarmed at the prohibition wave that has swept over the country, representatives of the liQuor Inter eBts will meet In Louisville Tuesday for a two-days' conference to dis cuss the question of a model license law and other steps calculated to weed out the disreputable srfloons and remove other objectionable fea tures of the trade. The anniversary of the accession of King Edward will be observed throughout the British empire next Wednesday In the customary man ner. ner. A conference of educators, manu facturers, labor representatives and others interested in the subject of tr Industrial education will be held In. Chicago the last three days of the week, under the auspices of the Na Societv for the Promotion of industrial' Education. Ambassador Bryce and Joseph H. Choate will be the chief speakers at the annual meeting of the New York Bar association to be held in New York city Friday and Saturday. > The properties of the three com panies operating surface railways in Chicago will be sold under foreclos ure next Saturday. This Is the final step toward the reorganization of the companies, and it Is expected the properties will be bid In by the Chi cago Railways company, the holding company organized to take over the franchises. The important conventions of the week that will attract public Inter est w*II be the meetings of the American National Livestock asso elation In Denver and t*e United Mlne Workers of America In Indian President Schuman tu Speak NEW YORK Jan. 18.—Great preparations have been made for the fifth annual dinner of the Unlvrsity •club of Brooklyn tonight to slgnallae !.. _____ ... « ___ j ________ a polis. the opening of its handsome new clubhouse. President Jacob Gould Schurman of Cornell university will be the guest of honor and the principal speaker. A Fresh Complexion h preserved—and produced—by Roberdne, a mild, delightful preparation, delicately fragrant. Make* the skin exquisitely soft« ' banishes crackled appearance caused by over-dryness} reduces the six* of *tC enlarged pores, cleanses them, rt ! duces inflammation and spread* an even, radiant glow due to wholesome nouri*li ment of skin glands and stimulation of the capillaries which alto feed the akin and supply its healthful color. Aik your Druggiit fir a frtt sanfU »/ [OBERTINEj HALL'S LETTERS ARE IDENTIFIED EVIDENCE SHOWS THAT' DE' ; FENDANT KNEW OF LAND GRABBERS' ACTIONS BUT DID NOT PROSECUTE THEM PORTLAND, Jan. 18.—Edward Putnam, a stockman of Fossil, was the only witness in the morning ses slon of the trial of Hair and' Stei wer - He Identified masses of letters which passed between him apd Hall and the operators to show that' Hall was familiar with operations of the Butte Creek Land company, The prosecution will contend that these letters should have been acted upon by Hall and that he should have prosecuted the alleged land' grabbers. The defense will contend .that the letters of Hall and Mays ( show that they asked Putnam to keep them Informed and to take the matter up with the special agent of the land offices. - j FADS AND FASHIONS j - NEW YORK, Jan. 18.—Some of the prettiest muffs that are seen are 1 very small and narrow, in fact, they are Just large enough to slip In the hands. The top and bottom are or namented with heads, tails and paws, which hang down fully six inches. Sable is the only fur used | n this style. The neck-piece- to match is rather narrow and flat with the heads and paws crossed In the back and the same trimming In front, On many of the b'ouses that are shown these Is a great deal' of or— namentation and the hand-embroid ered cnes are lovely. Dainty waists Q f handkerchief linen which look too thin for much trimming; really seem to have the most. Motifs, In sertlons and hand-embrolderles are used extensively on them. With the tailor made suits, waists of plaid or plain silk are suitable; although many prefer waists of a wash fabric auch as n nen or chains, Brown does not lack any popular jty a nd j 8 most attractive when combined with yellow; At a recent dinner a certain gown was of yel jj ow mousellne-de-sole made with three tunics each finished with a two-'nch border of brown velvet, A be j t ot the same was drawn ^ through a topaz buckle. The waist |w*e shirred tnto a square neck anJ outlined with a band of velvet, tust over the ad«re was a tiny tr jn f creaIn colored lace; tr jn 0 f creaIn colored lace; , . , . *°f! Sleeve* A~am in VoRue Ther « ar ® man y Bt y le8 of steeveB »hat ar « this winter. On even ing gowns the short puffs and long en, fitted cuffs seem to be the favor tes. jj Some of the puffs are box-p alte 8 and others have wide tucks running horizontally. A fancy leg-o-mutton > buttoned ftom the wrist to the el bow > then leaving a puff. The finishes with a wide flare over the hand. I There are so many different kinds j of trimming at the present time. tbat anyone with good taste and skilled fingers can embroider in numberless ways and have her trim- j mings partly original. Button mo'ds j may be covered w,th black ^Hret. and then covered with a net work ot some colored silks. There are: some handsome flat buttons covered j w'tb brown silk and on each is j worked a tiny pink rose having lit tle P ,nk beads for the center. One of the latest fashions for women who have numberless house j *° wn8 - 18 a «»««rette of chiffon and j s^ft fur, chinchilla and ermine, be the favorites. Some are made of silk or c'oth and edged with silk | muslin ruffles or knife nlaltlngs of chiffon. The most delicate colors P ,nk - tonaz, s,lver gray chiffon. a*» used In these lltt'e acce-worles— e^ru, htue. violet and Thesp collarpttps c-e also worn on the street but In darker shades of brown, purple, gray and blue. Just a Touch of Lace There la nothing that adds so much to a gown as a touch of beau- j tiful lace. Imitations, which are often quite like the real upon the first glance, should be avoided as well as cheap qualities. Valuable pieces of many exquisite laces can be purchased now and they are used to adorn not only evening gowns but coats and opera cloaks. Some very dainty Janots are made of white organdie or lawn with scalloped edges and worked In eo' ored silk. The top is finished with a knot and ends to match. There are so many styles in this pretty neckwear that it would be lmpossi ible to describe half of them In a ' paragraph. 8ome are made of hand Tte Grand Leader Dry Goods Clothing Furnishing Goods Groceries Shoes J. Alexander Go. a kerchief linen Snely accordion plait ed! and edged with fine Valenciennes lace. Dotted or pretty colored haasfkerchiefa make attractive Jab ots and fine net combined with satin baby riîtbon and lace are very fash lonable. Embroidered linen collars continue to be worn, but the , ones are all made In pale colored linn en, embroidered in white dots or design in each corner. Dresden ribbons were never lov Dresden Ribbon* Are Lovely jj er than they are now -r be de _ 8 |g na an( j colorings are s0 beautiful' tfta t BOtne charming gowns: are trimmed almost entirely with them. cufT_____________ eapeclal , y pre tty The new velvet embossed ribbons are the handsomest ever shown. One piece was white ......... - ...........- - j | j ALCOHOL »PEX CENT. AN!«eteble B^parafionErAs Pronelps Dî^pstionfherifri] nessaai RtstContains nastr! OphauJMorphine nor Miami. Not Narcotic. AajHtfoidikaManmim Ikmptm Smd~ jSsma* \ JSZutt- I SJa* Aperfecl Remedy forCowUpe Hon, Sour Stoniaeh.Dbrrtoei Worms .Convulsions .feverish ness andLoss OF Sleep. Fac $»>& Signsmn YORK. NEW Guaranteed under tbe^ood ForTnfants and Children. The Kind Yon Have Always Braght/4 Bears the Signature of For Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use Over Thirty Years CM TMC CENTAUR COMPANY, MW * satin shewing a profusion of pink awi< white velvet liftles of the valley with the most dellaate grayish-green foliage. Evening cloaks are almost Invar made with voluminous folds iaiHy and kimono slee\»aa end the .favorite newjmaterial of broadcloth and satin cloth. A charming one seen recently i; was of a wonderful color, something like corise and geranium pink, but whdbtk was neKfter. Theo trimming was in bands of filet and gold em broidery with cords and - tassels on _ the collar was of soft gray velvet edged with black velvet embroidered In gold. The who'e eloak was lined with- gray satin, which effect. gave It a most beautiful