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TONIGHT ; l(Jr )|) After 6 Are you coming out tonight? If so j drop in and pick up a few after / six Specials. t la C After 6 Specials Main Room Regular 20 cent Candy, 1 atfer six................................* 50c Golf Gloves for women y L« after six.............................. Half Price 35c Women's Topsy Hose, | after six tonight................... * V/W - $1.00 Sateen Petticoats, fAp after six ............................... gm pf 50 doz. regular 15c hand- | L A kerchiefs after six 2 for..... V V» 75c to $1 Magic Hose Sup- OC ^ porters, after 6................... 60 doz. Women's Topsy black..... |T ^ hose, 10c kind, after six.......| • ^ 1 After Six Specials, Men's Annex r Arrow brand and Silver O U/« brand collars, 3 for........ ( 20 doz. 50 cent neckties OC ^ after six............................ -- : - ...... I Men-. fancy v..U Jygf JJjJf after six............... - _ Men's hand knit wool socks, /\ |f^» 65c land, after six...........j j Men's 50c Fleeced Under* O wear, after six............... V* Men's 50 cent Wool shirts, 0 after six...............................L BLAKE'S Where You Can Always Do Better IN THE SOCIAL REALM The reception rooms of the Elks' temple were gay with purple and gold last evening on the occasion of the reception tendered the teachers of the Lewiston public schools by the ladies of the Twentieth Cntury club. The guests were received in the parlors, and the first hour of the evening was given to their welcome and to social features. This was followed by a literary and musical program of high merit, which was thoroughly appreciated by all pres ent. Later in the evening refresh ments consisting of bouillon and coffee were served, and the candles on the menu were mints of purple and gold, the High school colors. Following is the musical and liter ary program: Serenade—"A Fair Maid"..Emil Titl Serenade ..........Victor Herbert Violin, flute and piano. Miss Eggeman, Mr. Richards and Mrs. Stacy. Tolacca Brilliante—Opus. 72 C. Von Weber Mrs. Coldren. Recitation— (1) "Lettle Bateese Henry Drummond , (2) "Going to the Fair" , James Whitcomb Riley S,(3) "Lil Brown Baby" Paul Lawrence Dunbar Miss Henry. Song—"Chanson Provençale E. Dell Actua Miss Horner La Caradane............ Terschak Mr. Richards. (1) "Morning Thoughts) Smart Terklns (2) "Heart Throbs". .Frank Bendel Mrs. Horner, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Monteith, Mrs. Durbin. Mrä. E. D. Thomas and Mrs. James j H. Campbell held a reception for their friends at the home of the former at 312 Fifth avenue this aft-1 ernoon. The house was beautifully decorated 'Flth English ivy and red ( carnations, and between the hours of 2 and 6 o'clock the rooms were^ thronged with guests and gay with' social entertainment. The hostesses I were assisted in 'receiving by Mes dames W. P. Hurlbut, G. W. Thomp son, A. W. Kroutlnger, F. B. Bart lett, L. H. King, W. G. Nlnneman, Mlles S. Johnson and Misses Henry, Vollmer, Kroutlnger and Butler. Those who served the refreshments were Misses Marie Kettenbach, Florence Bowen, Virginia Shearer and Josephine Campbell. The last business session of the t W. C. T. U. held at the home of Mrs. Carlson, proved interesting and profitable, a pleasing number being present. In response to roll call, clippings were read from different sections of the country relative to the steady, sure and lately-rapid growth of the sentiments and teach meeting, it being a "Red Letter day," at which time a prettily ar ranged program will be given. The place of meeing will "be" announced later. gram was rendered: "Poseidon and His Myths" The Tsceminicum club met Satur day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wildenthaler. The following pro , , ... . ... ings of this grand organization of women, which has been justly call ed "the mother of clubs." Plan«l were laid and comm ttees appointed for yet more aggressive work. Mem-l bers delinquent in attendance are urged to be present at the next Carrie Guvnne Talklngton "Aeleus, King of the Winds" Bee Dally Lingenfelter Reading— "Song of the Sirens"..Wm. Morris, "Sea-Spell" ........ D. C. Rosetti Mrs. Perkins. Mrs. F. H. Fertig of Clarkston en j tertained, Thursday evening, six old ladles between 75 and 80 years old. The ladies spent a very enjoyable afternoon. - ( The ladies of the Clarkston Socle jty of Arts and Crafts held a sample aa ie of their work Tuesday, January 14 , at the home of Mrs. E. H. Libby. I Baskets which had been made by the society were sold. This is the first of a series of sales to be given. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Jones enter tained at their new home on High land and Eighth streets Thursday evening. The guests were S. L. Fowler and family, Mrs. Fred Smith and children and Mrs. Johnson and son. The party was for their rela tives in Clarkston. A very pretty wedding was held Thursday evening at 5:30, when Miss Elsie Yenny and Mr. William L. Whitthunn were united in mar riage, Rev. Fertig officiating. A number of friends and relatives were t the guests. The groom has for the past five or six years resided in British Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Whitthunn will remain ! i n Clarkston for some time, but will later make their home on the bride's ( farm, near Northport. 0 High School glee club. The S. C. club of Clarkston will 2S * at L h . e horae of Miss Matilda Simpson. The club has just been recently organized, and lts mtmben are Misses Esther ^ stice ' * e,,,e ^hinson, *»ymle Eorb **' Emma Beuhlman and Matil da Simpson. The High gchool orchestra c , arkBton gave a concert nt Brad ford ha „ Thursday evenlnK Thev were awriat ed by Miss Frances Yount> Rraduate of the conservatorv of muslc at Walla WaIla> and Prof . Bault!gaertel of Lew!ston and the 1 The home and education depart | ment of the Twentieth Century club m et at the home of Mrs. Pierce , Monday afternoon at 2:: 30 p. m. - Miss Redfleld's Sunday class of the Presbyterian Bchool church .... . gave a delightful little party at «be church last evening for Mrs. Mon teith's class. Normal hill with a dancing party Miss Rita O'Neill has accepted a position with Eller's Piano house, and will leave for Spokane the first of the week. William Curtis entertained a com pany of his friends at his home on ; £ « " t la C „ b t c H a v ,8 s r 1 « il !i ( I 1 j Sixteen couples at Last Monday .evening Mr. and trs. C. G. Columbus entertained a impany of 30 of their friends at musicale and dancing party. Re 'eslnnents were served" and the eve lng was one of thorough enjoy Prof. William R. Bishop of the he I he The life of the people ; ns and habits of all j LOCAL BRIEFS. January weather sti'l continues Lewiston s United nornlng that shows The Pacific coast is s cloudy unsettled is. On this date a * ♦ I va lley States. rose to 30 At the armory tonight the High Owing to the showing made The High school ws: Eckert center. Annual rental payments for the ezperce Indians will be resumed ie first of February, according to atements made by Agent O. H. Ipps. This is 10 days later than tha mal dates, owing to the larger The will of the late Robert Gro and Milton Grostein, being named as administrators. A marriage license was issued late yesterday afternoon to Frank Reed and Pauline Murskie of Lapwal and to James J, Alfrqw and, Amanda Broncheau, both of Culdesac. M. D. Mills of this city was hon ored by being elected president of the Northwest Retail Harness Mak era' association that held Its annual meeting in Portland this week. He was also one of the prominent speakers at the banquet given the guests. Mrs. Robert Grostein and son, Ml'ton, are in the c'ty from Spo kane. They are named as executors of the will of the late Robert Gro stein and here to offer the will to probate. The annual debate between the Normal school and the preparatory school of the university will take place at the Normal auditorium to night. The senate closure rule will be the question, and the Normal team will support the affirmative. A reception will follow the debate. The funeral of the late Andrew Kjesth, who committed suicide yes j'terday afternoon by shooting, will be held Monday M, .. be ° Ut eHr,y M ° nday afternoon ' parlors. „ „„ iheld Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the Vassar undertaking * Big Sale for "Strongheart" The demand for seats today for the performance of "Strongheart," by Ralph Stuart, at the Temp'e the ater Monday night, assures a crowd ed house. At 3 o'clock in the after noon one-half of the seating capaci ty had been sold, and it is expected the "standing room only" sign will As a man grows older he fre quently says: "I am eating some thing that disagrees with me." But it isn't his stomach; it's his age. A woman who speaks but one lan guage usually talks enough for two. Stops itching instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, Mefc hIves> herpe8 . 8 ca biee_Doan's 3t Ointment. At any drug store. Notice to Dog Owners Notice is hereby given that the ' dog license for the year 1908 is now due and proper license receipts with tags can be secured from the chief of police. JOHN E. NICKERSON, [i . City Clerk. PERSONALS. a I business L. L. Dibble transacted in Oroflno today. Attorney C. L. McDonald and Dr. T. J. Costello left this morning for a business visit to Wallace. Attorney J. S. McDonald is a busi ness visitor in the city from Voll mer. C. M. Bonson returned yesterday from a business visit to Oroflno. Roadmaster Brown, of the North ern Pacific, was a business visitor n the city last night. Dr. J. Lee Kelley is a business ; visitor in the city from Nezperce. j o. C. Lapp, merchant at Stites, is p. is a Dr. R. J. Alcorn left this morning for his home at St'tes. * George S. Martin, cashier of the ♦ I Culdesac State Bank, is a business visitor in the city. J. J. Wood, merchant at Tlo, was an arrival last night from Spokane where he attended the meeting of I the Inland Empire Implement Deal ers' association. R. B. Hibbs left this morning for his home in the North Fork country. returned 30 the to H. tha Gro late and hon of He the Carl Thompson returned this morning to his home at Ahsahka. Deputy Sheriff A. A. Masters left this morning for a business visit to ' the Clearwater country. S. D. White left this morning for Clearwater points. G. W. Thompson was a passenger th's morning for the upper Clear water country. County Attorney W. E. Sti'llnger of Latah countv was an arrival in the city this afternoon. General Agent W. J. Jordan of the Northern Pacific company returned this afternoon from a business visit j to the Palouse country. 1 Attorney S. S. Denning is a busi-1 ne«s visitor In the city. i W. A. Smith returned this after noon from a business visit to Pa-, j ouge Waiter Fleming of Morse Bluff, Neb., arrived in the city this after noon to pay a visit to his son, T. M. Fleming of the Lewiston Milling Co. Mrs. L. G. Gorrell of Clarkston left for Kansas City this morning to Join her husband, who is now engaged in business at that place. W. D. Anderson of Clarkston this morning for Oaksdale on a brief business visit. Writing poetry is easy enough: the uneasy part is to get it printed. AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW ■ f,' Pilgrim Congregational Church — 1 Samuel B. Chase, pastor. Chucch corner of Tenth avenue and Tenth street. Sunday school at 10 a. M, D. Mills, superintendent. Morn ing service at 11 a. m. Theme, "A Wide Open Policy." Endeavor serv ice at 6:30 p. m. Topic, "How God Speaks to Men." Evening service at ' Here* Some Bargains 10 Per Cent Reduction on ail Ladies' Writing Desks • * We are going to give a reduction of 10 per Cent on all of our LADIE8' WRITING DESKS for one week commencing Monday. Jan. 20 and lasting until Sat urday, Jan, 25 If You Want a Writing Desk Now Is the Time to Buy Desks in Golden Oak, Weathered Oak, Mahogany and Birdseye Maple See West Window for Display Lewiston Furniture Co. 802 Main St. 1st door east of P-O* 7:30 p. m. Theme, "Looking Toward the Harvest." The Ladled Aid meets on Wednesday at 2 p m Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7 . 3 ^ p. m'. Lesson, "The Eleventh Psalm." You are cordially invited to worship with us. First Baptist Church—Corner 0 f Main and Seventh streets. Albert E Patch, pastor. Sunday school at li) a. m. Morning service and sermon at 11. Subject, "In the Beginning God." Young People's service at 16:30 p. m, Evening service at 7 :30 Subject, "The Sign of Jonah " Prayer meeting on Wednesday even Ing. Subject, ''Conversion and Con secration." $59 East End Mission—East Main street. Sunday school at 2 o'clock. Preaching at 3 o'clock. Methodist Episcopal Church Robert J. Reid, minister. Phone, Residence, 402 First ave nue. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Prof. R. N. Wright, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning sermon by Rev. I, H. Fertig. Epworth leage at 6:30. Episcopal Church—Sunday, Janu ary 19. D. J. W. Somerville, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morn ing service at 11 o'clock. Evening prayer at 4:30 o'clock. Owing to the prevalence of the grip among the members of the choir fh'e musical program planned for the afternoon service has of a necessity beer, post poned for a week. p rayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30. ^ cordial invitation is extended to worshlp wlth u8 ' ___ ___ j 1 Flr8t Christian Church—Second avenue, Normal hill. Rev. Sander i 80n of Moscow, who is acting as sup Ply. win fll1 the P u, P lt both morning a « d evening. Everybody cordially I invited to attend all services. Sun dft y school at 10 a. m. Preaching at jll a - m - Christian Endeavor at' 1 6:30 p. m. Subject, 'Songs of the [Heart: How God Speaks to Men.'' . Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Aid socle ! ty will meet with Mrs. Gifford on : Ninth avenue Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. On Friday night. Janu left,ary 24, the Aid will give a pie and pound social in the parlors of the church. Everybody Invited. Presbyterian Church—Wm. Latti more, pastor. Sabbath school at 1( a. m. G. A. Swanson, superintendent j Morning worship at 11 a. m. Sub ject, "Cana of Galilee." Anthem, 1 ( "Like as a Father Pltieth His Ch!l .. ------- - Christian En Topic, "How Leader, Miss Evening worship, dren" (Emerson) deavor at 6:30 p. m. m.,.God Speaks to Men." Emma Daniels. ~ subject, "The Enforced Life." An them, selected. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. o You are invited to worship with U8.