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NO ALUN In Food and strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking powder— So does France So does Germany The sale of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum bia, and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as injurious. j Q p ro t e ct vourself against alum, when ordering baking powder, Sap plainly— R0YM.K5S and be very sure you get RoyaL Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibility and whole someness of the food. ; j OLD GUARD DALL DAZZLING EVENT W ALDORF- ASTORIA BRILLIANT SOCIAL DER MILITARY ORGANIZATION I KPFlffF oCENE OF EVENT _ EXCLUSIVE GATHERING UN NEW YORÇ, Jan. 29.—The imagination falters when it at-' tempts to foretell the grandeur and magnificence of gold lace and bub bling spirits which will be seen at the Old Guard ball at the Waldorf Astoria tonight. Heretofore the event has been a large and more or less promiscuous affair held in Mad ison Square garden The event to Ight is to be much more exclusive. nd only the favored few, compara ively speaking, have received invi tions. The affairs will take place in the pacious Waldorf suite, which in ludes the ballroom. Astor gallery, ast room and Myrtle room. In elab rate floral decorations and general haracter the Old Guard aims to ri al the famous charity ball this ea r* The ball begins at 10 o'clock Valley Lumber Comp'y LEWISTON. IDAHO Factory Clarkston, Wash. We make a specialty of Bank Fixtures, Store Fixtures, Bar Fixtures and Office Fixtures W* make everything in the lino of Furnishings and Fixturaa for all kind* of buildings. ' Detail Mill Work a Specialty Phone Main 193, Call Factory CLEARWATER FUEL CO. Wholesale and Re* L*! TF I tail Dealers ln JF v/I-iJLl 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 The Riverside Barn Phon * M,i " 1*3. First-class Rigs, Singls sud Doubla. J. H. BREMER & SON, Proprietors. Prompt Attsntion Assured All Patrons. Boardod. 200 musicians will march and dancin s with a salute to the colors. The grand march will take place at mid night ,and no civilians will be in line, as the entertainment Is to be a distinctly military affair. In addi tion to the members of the Old Guard, the guests will include army I officers from West Point and Gover nor ' 8 Island and representatives of the exc i uslve military organizations of Boston, Philadelphia, New Haven and other cities. The Old Guard's 200 musicians win play for the Canton Observes Day. CANT0N . ° hI °. Jan - 29.—"Car natlon " da y- the anniversary of the blrth of Presidqnt McKinley, was generally observed in Canton today, Memorial exercises were held in the public schools and under the aus plces of varlous societies. A number of handsome wreaths were received an de P° aJted at the McKinley tomb, am0ns the 8enderS belng Presldent Rooseve,t ' Secretary Cortelyou and former °°™nor Herrick. --Scottish Stock Convention and Sale 2g _ MITCHELL, S. D„ Jan. There was a good attendance today at the opening of the fiflfth annual convention of the South Dakota Im proved Livestock association. A no conducted in conjunction . With the table sale of fancy stock is being meeting. KING OPENS PARLIAMENT ROYAL PANOPLY MARKS THE INAUGURATION OF SESSION THOUGHT TO BE OF CRITICAL INTEREST TO MINISTRY LONDON. Jan. 29.—The third and what promises to be the most important session of parliament since the Campbell-Bannerman min istry came into office, was opened this afternoon by King Edward with all the historic pageantry which has marked the ceremony since his accession. The sovereign himself read the speech from the throne to the assembled lords and commons in the upper chamber. King Edward and Queen Alexandra entered the house of lords and occupied their thrones, beneath a canopy, with the Prince and Princess of Wales on either side of them. In the state journey to and from Westminister their majesties were loudly cheered by the populace. The king and queen rode in the golded state coach, with a bri'liant escort of Life Guards. There is every indication that the session will be a critical one for the party in power. Seldom in recent years have so many questions of vl tal importance been scheduled for consideration and % tion. While Irlsh affairs are expected to occupy the foremost place on the program, the session will be called upon to grapple with an unusually large number of other prob'ems of great importanse. The activity and influ en ce of the temperance party make imperative some sort of a drastic II censing measure. The new measure, The new measure, ft passed, will bring about a condition approaching local option. The liquor Interests throughout the kingdom have al ready organ,zed t0 flght the mea *' ure - Another attempt will probably be made to amend the education act, around which such a bitter flght raged In the last session. Other !m- portart matters expected to receive attention include old-age pensions, which will go through if the dlffer- ent factions can agree on the details of the p'an; a bill establishing a new port authority for London, with power to collect all dues and erect new docks; the réintroduction of the land valuation and land bills; a new English land valuation bill; a measure establishing eight hours as the legal working time An all mines, and a lot of housing and other reform measures looking to the comfort and headth of the poorer residents in large cities. The budget, will be not less Inter esting than ,Jh© legislation. The pro posed reforms mean a great increase in the expenditures, and when there is added to this an increase of $15. 000,000 in the naval estimates to meet the German proposals, an ex tra $5,000,000 for the new army scheme and a similar increase for education, experts say the chancel lor of the exçhequer will have to find nearly $50,000,000 more than was necessary last year, and If the expansion continues there will be a further Increase of $125,000,000 next year. A Hard Struggle Many a Lewiston Citizen Finds the Struggle Hard With a back constantly aching, With distressing urinary disorders, Daily existence is but a struggle. No need to keep it up. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you. Lewiston people indorse this • claim. Mrs. B. W. Strain, 527 Sixteenth street, Lewston, Idaho, says: "About a year ago I began to have a sore ness across my back and a bearing down pain through my hips, and loins, caused originally by a strain. My suffering gradually grew worse, and In a short time I was In a seri ous condition. My kidney secretions became disordered, being irregular In action, often forcing me to arise several times during the night. I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at the Idanha pharmacy, used them and they gave me untold benefit. I am always pleased to recommend this remedy, as 1 know it to be reliable for any trouble arising from inac tive kidney«." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 rents. Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. Kemember the name—Doan's— and take no other. Wm Ear 0 The Fighting Chance By ROBERT W. CHAMBERS ILLUSTRATFD BY BERGER, RYDER AND JONES Has a man a fighting chance to overcome an inherited appetite for strong drink and to win a woman who, while admitting she loves him, deliberately chooses to sell herself for wealth and station I N this story the gifted author conducts the reader into the inner circle of New York society showing him the fast set in their gid dy rounds of pleasure or their fierce combats for business supremacy. As he reads he will diecover that happiness dwells in the human breast as much in the gloomy grandure of a Fifth avenue mansion as in the cottage of the poor. So he finds his supreme interest and sympathy fixed upon the unhappy couple—old New Yorkers both of them— whose friends declare it would be the wildest folly for them to marry because of heredi tary tendencies on both sides. Because the interest in this love affair and ther author's brilliant satire on New York society" have made "The Fighting Chance" the most eager ly sought and the most widely talked of novel of the year, we have secured the serial rights and will print it in The Evening Teller Watch For It Subscribe now and take advantage of the low price of $3.00 per year.