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pt Us Hpln Y All Many poeltione have been eeeured, eoerea of room« rented, a great number ef M |ee made by the uee ef a want ed. It 1« an inexpenaive form of adver tialng, bMt brln »* results. IT PA YS TO USE THESE COLUMNS TTFT/P WANTED. WANTED —Subscribers to The Evening Teller who are entitled to premiums, either plate racks or berry sets, can get them by call ing at the office ol The Evening Teller. WANTED—For U. S. Army. Able bodied unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 35, citizens of the United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can apeak, read and write English. For Information apply to recruiting officer, 300 Main street, Lewiston, Idaho. | ATTORNEYS. 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 A ELLIOTT, Attorneys at Law, No. 317, corner Fourth and D. streets, ground floor, Means block. Phone, Black 61. Lewis ton, Idaho. GEORGE wT TANNAHILL, LAW YER—Practices in all state and federal courts of Idaho and Wash ington. Rooms 6, 6, 7, New Por ter block. Phone, Main 227. T. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Room* 368-309 Weisgerber building. JOHNSON A STOOKEY, LAWYERS —Rooms 317-3X8 Welsgerber block. JAMES E. BABB, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Practices In state and fed eral courts of Idaho and Washing ton. ARCHITECTS. H. N. BLACK, Architect. Office Bee Hive block. J. E. TOURTELLOTTE A CO., AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent A But ler. CHIROPRACTIC. DR. J. B. GABLE—CHIROPRAC tor. Acute and chronic diseases cured without drugs or knife. Spe cialist on nervous and female dis eases. Rooms 1 and 2, New Por ter Block. Phone, Black 751. CONTRACTORS. H. T. MADQGWICK, CONTRACTOR and Builder, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone, Main 264. DENTISTS. DR. BOSTON—Dentist. Roome 20, Adams Block. Phone, Main 254. FOR SALE. AN EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE", situated on Normal Hill. Lot 100 by 150 feet. Inquire at 624 Main. street. FOR SALE—A 5-horsepower water motor. Cheap. Apply at T«Uer office. FOR RENT. , on Sixth avenue, near M. E. • church. Inquire Insurance depart ment Commercial Trust Co. tf FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with hoard. Call at No. 99 First avenue, « cell up phone Red 921. FOR rent—N ice clean furnished rooms at the Vendôme hotel, 619 Porter bloc. Phone, Black 741. FOR rent—A good barn with tvs «tails and carriage room. Apply R t Teller office or at 321 corner of Idaho and Thirteenth streets. PHY SICIANS AN D SURGEONS. HINKLEY—Physician a*d Sur ke°n. Rooms 201-208-206 New Balsberg block. Office phone. Red residence phone. Red 132. j Morris —Physician and Sur f?° n ' Room «05 Welsgerber Phone. Red 661. Dr ^ HURlbbut—P hysician and 'irgeon. Rooms 3. 4. 6 Thlessen ^ 0ck - Phone . Red «61. to ^ ^ henkle — office hours 10 , a - m -. 2 to 6 p. m. Office Idaho Ph ° ne ' b,ack 8l1 - Lewiston,, jDR. 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. _ NURSE—Experienced nurse. Con finement cases a specialty. Mrs. Augusta Axelson, 206 Eighteenth avenue. Phone, Red 1971. MUSICAL DIRECTOR. ALFALFA IS KING PRODUCER — ■ One Section Would Yield More Than on -n * j . „ | 20 Devoted to Range | KARL BAUMGAERTEL — Musical director and teacher. Music fur nished for all occasions. Room 4, Hotel Assemblée. Phone, Main 28. SECRET SOCIETIES. 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. HELENA, Mont., Jan. 16.—The livestock interests were taken to task severely in an address deliver ed before the convention of the Na tional Wool Growers' association by I. D. O'Donnell of Billings today in an address on "Alfalfa," in which he declared that one section devoted to that crop would yield food equiv alent to 20 sections of range. A number of other interesting ad dresses were delivered. Some toll, others reap the advan tages. Step by step one goes very far. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Patents ! 1 RADE MARKE Demons Copyrights Ac. Anyone ••adln* m •ketah and description may S nlckly ascertain onr opinion free whether an ivention le probably patentable. Conununlca Lly confidential. HANOBOC Oldest agency for eecnr Patenté taken turn _ special notice, without churae, In the on Patent« patenta. Scientific American. Illnstrated weekly. I.argeit etfw __ r actentlDo journal. Ternia, $3 a year : fonr mon the. fL Bold by alt newedealen. :fl 361Broadway, Aou»»™":»! „n GOPAia a . \WAi CAPSULES A/( 0 s IN 2*^ PRS* Big lump coal and nothing but Clean, Big Lumps LEWISTON FUEL & TRANSFER CO., LTD. Main Street at Tenth Street. Phone Main 176. Patronize Home Industry and Drink Weisgerber Beer Special Brew "TOTS NICHT" Bottle Beer. LEWISTON DRAY COMPANY STORAGE. Office at Blue Front. Main St. Office Phone Main 3. BETTER DISTRIBUTION WILL CURE FINANCIAL ILLS SENATOR HEYBURN, DISCUSSING CURRENCY QUESTION. SAYS THAT MONEY IS KEPT TOO MUCH IN RESERVE CENTERS, AND FAVORS CHANGES PROPOSED IN HIS BILL AMENDING PRESENT LAW FOR BETTER DISTRIBUTION OF RESERVES Senator Heyburn of Idaho, says the Washington Post, who has given considerable study to the financial question and the various bills that have been Introduced In both houses of congress, said yesterday, in talk ing about the currency question, that It seemed to him that the diffi culty was one rather more of distri bution than sufficiency. "The per capita In circulation," said Mr. Heyburn, "is greater than ever before, and is larger in propor tion to business than In any pre vious period. It seems to me that the money has been drifting too much to certain centers, and the re serves were not available when needed. "The Aldrich bill provides for the Issue of $250,000,000 of circulation, based upon the deposit of govern ment bonds, state, municipal and other approved securities. The is suance of the $250,000,000 provided by the Aldrich bill, would do little more if any, than replace in the na itional banks and in circulation the arnount aIready he,d by them as a Ioan from the government, and wou]d not rea]ly add t0 the vo , ume 'of circulation to any great extent. This matter, however, will be dis cussed very thoroughly, and I am not prepared at this time to say just what my conclusion will be in re gard to the Aldrich bill when it is thoroughly discussed and under stood. Bill for Distribution "I have introduced a bi'l, the pur pose of which 's to make more safe and conservative distribution of the reserve—in fact, to keep the reserve fund in the community to which it belongs. New York city, at the in ception of the existing financial con dition, held about $190,000,000 of the reserves belonging to outside banks, and refused, so far as I know, In every instance, to make any part of these reserves available In cur Lewiston Railway Time Card NORTHERN PACIFIC 18—(Clearwater Passenger) leaves Lewiston 6:50 a. m. Ar rives in Stites, 10:35 a. m. 17—(Clearwater Passenger) leaves Stites 11:20 a. m. Ar rives In Lewiston, 3:05 p. m. 10— (Spokane Passenger) leaves Lewiston 7:10 a. m. Arrives In Spokane 1:55 p. m. 12—(Spokane Passenger) leaves Lewiston 3:30 p. m. Arrives at Spokane 10:30 p. m. 9—(Spokane Passenger) leaves Spokane 7:00 a. m. Arrives In Lewiston 2:00 p. m. 11— (Spokane Passenger) leaves Spokane 4:15 p. m. Arrives In Lewiston 11:55 p. m. 22 — (Culdesac Passenger) leaves Lewiston 1:00 p. m. Ar rives at Culdesac 2:15 p. m. .23 — (Culdesac .Passenger) leaves Culdesac at 4:00 p. m. Arrives at Lewiston 6:30 p. m. No. No. No. No. No. No. 0. R. & N. RIVER ROUTE iteamer Lewiston leaves Lewiston dock Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 a. m. and ar rives at Rlparla about 5 p. m. Steamer Lewiston leaves Riparla Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days at 5:40 a. m. and arrives at Lewiston about 5 p. m. Steamer Spokane leaves Lewiston Mondays, Wednesdays and Sat urdays at 8 a. m. and arrives at Rlpatla about 6:00 p. m. Steamer Spokane leaves Riparla Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sun days at 5:40 a. m. and arrives in Lewiston about 6:00 p. m. POSTOFFICE TIME CARD Windows open dally, except Sun lay, at 8 a. m. Money order win low closes at 6:30 p. m. and the others at 6 p. m. On Sunday the general delivery, carrier and regis try windows are open for delivery only from 9 to 10 a. m. East and West Mails Arrive 8 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. Close 6 a. m. and 2 p. m. Clearwater Short Line Arrive 3:15 p. m. Close 6:00 a. m. Asotin and Clarkston Arrive 7 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Cottonwood Stage Line Arrive 6:30 p. m. Close 4:30 a. m. ? i ' rency to the banks to which they belonged. "The reserves held by national banks cannot be considered in the light of deal or idle money. They occupy the same relation to the financial system that the reserve forces of the army occupy to the fighting line. The reserve corps is as much a part of an efficient battle as those in action, and so it is with financial reserves. A reserve fund Is indispensable to a safe banking sys tem. Money in Reserve Cities "Under existing law certain cities are designated as reserve cities in which national banks may deposit a certain portion of their lawful mon ey reserve, thus putting such re serves out of their hands or control and sending the money to specula tive centers of trade and business to be used where it can earn a larger per cent than could perhaps be real ized in the community where it real ly belongs. "The creation of the central re serve and other reserve banks was at the instance and in the Interest of the speculative money centers, that they might have the use of the mon ey which would otherwise be stand ing guard at its home over the financial conditions there. In my judgment reason for the establish ment or maintenance of these cen tral and other reserve banks. They are a temptation to the country banks to send their money where they can get a higher rate of inter est for its use at the expense of as sured safety to the depositors and to the banks seeking a higher rate of interest. Currency Must Be Active "The actual money in existence in the United States is about one fourth of the bank deposits held by the national, state and private banks and trust companieh, so that every dollar of actual money in ex istence is behind three dollars of credit. I think probably the amount of actual money is sufficient, and It is a safe foundation for the credit, but the money must be kept alive and active, and must not be allowed to accumulate in centers of specula tive business—In fact, I think It should be kept as near home as pos sible. By doing so each community gets the benefit of the use of the money belonging to It." NEWS AND NOTES OF SPORT Manager Armour of Toledo will take 45 players to Chattanooga for spr'ng training. So say Toledo scribes. The P. O. M. league has about de cided to cut its circuit to six cities, as follows: McKeesport., Charleroi. Uniontown, Washington, East Liver pool and Steubenville. Fred Tenny has not signed with the Giants yet, but expects that sat isfactory terms will be arranged In the near future. "Kid" Herman, the Chicago light weight, declares he has retired from the ring for good and all time. The "Kid" has a flourishing cigar busi ness in the Windy City. It begins to look as though Packle McFarland and Tommy Murphy will not come together very soon. Each time a date has been set something has occurred to necessitate a post ponement of the boht. What kind of a lop-eared chance has a wrestler got against a man who eats cheese between each bout? 'Big Ed" Dunkhorst says that his -atlng a cheese sandwich during a 'ontest causes the other fellow to think someone has blown out the gas. Assemblyman Thomas Geoghegan of Brooklyn is to introduce a new Sunday baseball bill in the New York assembly. Joe Kelly and Jack Thoney, the two Toronto 'stars, will play in Bos ton next season, but with different teams. Kel'y will manage the Na tionals and Thoney will play with the Americans. Several of the teams of the new | Union League will go South this I spring. The latest outlaws will | •tart like a major league organisa Headache? If it docs, you should try Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. "Why not do so. They •will relieve the pain in just a few min utes. Ask your druggist There are 45,000 druggists in the U. S. Ask any of them. A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents. One tablet usually stops a headache. They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable after-effects —isn't that what you want? "My son Frank Snyder has used Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills for a long time. He never had anything to help him so much for headache. A year ago he came home, and I was down sick with euch a dreadful nerv ous headache. He gave me one of the Anti-Pain Pills, and after while I took another and was entirely re lieved. I always keep them in the house now, and gave many away to others suffering with headache." MRS. LOUISB LEWKLLTN, Powell, South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr. Miles' Antl Paln Pills, and we authorize him to return the price of first package (only) If It fails to benefit you. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind tion, but whether they will be ab'e to play the string out remains to be seen. No doubt the veteran pitcher Pink Hawley will be retained as manager of the LaCrosse (Wis.) team. William Cargill, who it is expected will become owner of the club, is a great admirer of the former Pirate. WESTERN GOLF ASSOCIATION J • _ a • | I | CHICAGO, 111., Jan. 18.—More than one hundred clubs, a decided gain over last year, will have reprd^ sentatives at the annual meeting of the Western Golf association to be held at the Grand Pacific Hotel to night. Much important business is to be transacted at the meeting. The ticket of officers decided upon by the nominating committee will go through without opposition. Presi dent F. Smith of Nashville, presi dent of the Southern Golf associa tion, will be chosen vice-president, and Edward A. Engler of Glen View will be elected secretary to succeed Charles F. Thompson of Homewood, who is slated for treasurer. The meeting will award the championship tournaments for 1908. Most Interest centers In the se'ec tion of a course for the western championship, for which the Rock Island Arsenal Golf club, the Oak mont Country club of Pittsburg and the Kent Country cluh of Grand Rapids will put In applications. A proposition will come before the meeting, made by the American committee of the Olympic games, to have the Western Golf association send the Olympic team champion ship cup to England for competition over the Royal St. George's Golf club course at Sandwich, the first week In June. The play for this trophy has been made open to the world by the Western Golf associa tion and it Is believed by American golfers that It would be appropriate to have It played for at the Olympic games. Fortunately the world Isn't able to see a society woman as her maid sees her. Fountain Cab Line 525 Corner Main and Sixth Sts Phone Main 165 This is onr main office and all orders should be «ent here for cab». Prompt, first-class service to all. G. L. ACKLEY, REAL ESTATE City and country property for ■ale. Second-hand Furniture bought and sold. tint door south of Enas, Hooper A Burrows. Ccal! Without clinkers. We are handling a high grade, mine run coal for $ 9.50 p ton delivered to any part of ] the city. Send us a'trial order for a FULL ton. Lewiston Gas Co, Phone Main 38 Washing J Done right, priced right, deliver* • • ed promptly. J _ Give ue a trial that «re may • a substantiate our assertion. « • Phone Main 104. THE LEWI8TON STEAM » LAUNDRY. • • •••••• as a eeseeeeeseaeeeeai Lewiston Abstract Co. BONDED ABSTRACTER* Lewiston, Idaho. Room 3 Vollmor Blk. Phono Blaefc fTf Pollard & Co. CLOTHES CLEANERS. Wildonthalor Blk, Main 8L Phono Red It* IDAHO BRICK Patronize Home Industry IDAHO BRICK CO, The Mint BAKER 4 SMITH, PROPRIETOR* Choice Liquors, wines, bran dise mat dcara. A club room tn immiHlm Clerk Building, Mäht Street, JNO. HALLORAN Contractor and Builder Hotel Da Pranoe, Estimates Furnished on All Cl aaeaa ef Buildings. CLYDE J. VASSAR, UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phone: Office, Red 331. Op polite L 0. 0. F. HalL For tbe Most Reliable Flour Call for the Anatone Flour. It is the best. Made from th« best of wheat. And is milled by the latest approved pro cess. Our brands are : "First," "Marvel," "Queen," "Gem" and "Climax." Handled by the Lewistoa Grocery. Phones, 281 and 84. ANATONE MILLING CO. Office Phone Main 34. Residence, Red 1091. CHAS. N0RLIN, PLUMBER. Steam and Hot Water Heat* ing. Gas Fitting. Repair work promptly at tended to. / DILL BROS. MEAT MARKET 371 Main Street Phone Main 131. YOU CAN EAT Goldman's Meal COLD STORAGE MAiuntT, Phone Main 239.