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Many poaitiona hava b**a aaewad, teorss of rooma rent ad, a groat number of sales mada by *ba uaa of a want ad. It la an inoxponaivo form of adver tising. but brlnga bountiful result». gaües~*t,„. IT PA YS TO USE THESE COLUMNS HELP WANTED. WANTED—A good girl for general housework. Good wages and a first-class place. Apply to Teller office. 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 of The Evening Teller. 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 & ELLIOTT, Attorneys at Law, No. 317, corner Fourth and D. streets, ground floor, Means block. Phone. Black 51. Lewis ton, Idaho. «borge w. tannahill, law yer—P ractices in all state and federal courts of Idaho and Wash ington. Rooms 5, 6. 7, New Por ter block. Phone, Main 227. p. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Rooma 368-309 WelBgerber building. —Rooms block. 317-318 Weisgerber IAMBS E. BABB, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Practices in state and fed eral courts of Idaho and Washing ton. ARCHITECTS. H. N. BLACK, Architect. Hive block. Office Bee I. B. TOURTELLOTTE & CO., AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent & But ler. CHIROPRACTIC. IR. 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. C. T. MADGGWICK, CONTRACTOR and Builder, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone, Main 264. DENTISTS. UR. BOSTON—Dentist. Roome 20, Adams Block. Phone, Main 254. FOR SALE. In eight-room modern house, situated on Normal Hill. Lot 100 by 150 feet. Inquire at 624 Main. street. R SALE—A 6-horsepower water motor. Cheap. Apply at T«Uer office. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with board. Call at No. 99 First avenue, or call up phone Red 921. R RENT—Nice clean furnished moms at the Vendôme hotel, 619 Porter bloc. Phone, Black 741. R RENT—A good barn with Eve stalls and carriage room. Apply at Teller office or at 321 corner of Idaho and Thirteenth streets. msiCIANffÂÏD SURGEONS.' R- HINKLEY—Physician add Sur geon. Rooms 201-203-205 New Salsberg block. Offloe phone, Red 131; residence phone. Red 132 R- Morris—P hysician and Sur g6 °h. Room «05 Weisgerber block. Phone. Red 651. R HÜRLBBUT— Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 3. 4. 6 Thiessen block. Phone. Red 661. R C. K. HENKLE —Office hours 10 to !2 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m. Office n, Rht phone, black 811, Lewiston, Idaho. • L - F. INMAN—Specialist nerv 0,18 diseases, female diseases and ° Metric« given special attention. ' oils promptly attended. Office _^ter building. Phone. Main 96. Boarn Wanted 12 Qi w or artthout room at b Ith av «nue. Phone, Red 1051 NURSE. NURSE—Experienced nurse. Con finement cases a specialty. Mrs. Augusta Axelson, 206 Eighteenth avenue. Phone, Red 1971. For first-class laundry work see Guy Fountain. Phone Black 341 tf MUSICAL DIRECTOR. 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. SEWING CHILDREN'S and Infants' 6ewlng done promptly and neatly. Eyelet embroidery and hemstitching done to order. Call at 533 Fourth avenue. Phone Red 1901. Yellow pine timber location, re cently withdrawn from government reserve, cruise 1% to 2 million. Fee, $150. Address Immediately, Washington Trust Co., 16 Washing Violins Made and Repaired A. R. COSTA 205 D Fountain Cab Line 625 Comer Main and Sixth Sts Phone Main 165 This is our main office and all orders should be sent here : for cabs. Prompt, first-class service to all. 60 YEAR8' EXPERIENCE Patents BtlfCOIlfli •ent free. Oldeet agencr fo , „ Patente taken through Stunn k Co. reeelre ,UtM ■ RADS In Anna Demons Copyrights Ac. tlon nay bother an potnmtuilca* i Patent« ante. t pecial a otUx, wit boot chante. I Scientific American, A handeometr lllnetrated weektj. I.nnrest otr. eolation of any eclsnUUo journal. S'arma. SS • year : four month«, $L Sold by all newsdealer*. ........New York ». 625 F BU Washington, D. C. ^coPAg, s mi CAPSULES M Big lump coal and nothing but Clean, Big Lumps LEWISTON FUEL A TRANSFER CO., LTD. Main Street at Tenth Street. Phone Main 178. , Patronize Home Industry and Drink Weisgerber Beer Special Brew "TOTS NICHT" Bottle Beer. HILLS ROAD GRANTS RATES GREAT NORTHERN WILL RECON SIDER EARLIER DECISION AND PUT ON LOW COLONIST RATES FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30. SPOKANE. Jan. 29.—The Great Northern Railway company, acced ing to popular demand on the part of both Eastern and Western men, has reconsidered the determination to not re-establish colonist rates from the Eastern to the Western states, the rates to be in force over the Hill line this year as usual. It Is announced at the local offices of the company that one-way second class colonist rates will be authoriz ed from March 1 to April 30, inclu sive to all points in Montana west of Andron and to all points In Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, Ore gon and California. The fare from the Twin Cities and intermediate points to Spokane and territory will be $30. Round trip homeseekers' tickets will also be so'd on the first and third Tuesday of each month and will be good for 21 days. The return fare to Spokane from the same points mentioned above will be $52.50. The rates are a third higher than last year. Inquiry at the office of the North ern Pacific developed that the local office of that company has not yet received circulars outlining colonist rates. It was stated, however, that the company would also have them in force and definite Information Is expected In a few days. Last autuirn the railroad com panies announced an Intention of cancel'lng colonist rates In the fu ture, but so great was the public wall that first the Harrlman lines and now the Hill lines have recon sidered. I j GRAZING STOCKS IN FORESTS NEW REGULATIONS ISSUED BY SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE TO COVER NATIONAL FOREST RESERVES. The secretary of agriculture has recently issued an order concerning grazing permits In national forests. It Is In regard to Coeur d, Alene and Palouse national forests In partlsu lar. It states that persons who have In the past grazed cattle, horses and sheep on the public domain in these forests will be given permits for the summer season of 1908 as they have been ii( the past. New applications for grazing will be approved only where the range Is sufficiently large to Insure that no damage will be done to the forests. The summer season for grazing horses and cattle Is from May 1 to September 30, and horses will bo charged for at the rate of 30 cents per head, and cattle at the rate of 20 cents per head. If anyone de sires a years' permit he can obtain one by paying 45 cents per head for horses and 35 cents per head for cattle. The grazing season for sheep 's from June 1 to September 30, and 7 cents per head will be charged for sheep and 8 cents per head for all goats. Animals not over six monts of age at the time they are turned In the forests to graze will not be charged for. Prospectors, travelers and camp ers who have animals with thpm will have to pay for havln gthem pastured In the forests. Bona fide settlers who have milch cows or work ^nlmals will not be required to secure permits for grazing. A temporary organization of the I Ada epunty LaFoilette club at Boise has been perfected by a number of friendi) and admirer of the Wis consin senator, for the purpose of organizing a movement looking to the endorsement of his candidacy for the presidency. At present Welser has three hose companies and one hook and ladder and chemical company. Last year electric lights were put In at all stat'o^s. and this year It Is expected that hew high presure hydrants wll' tie nut In In the business part of thJi city. — I W*M, for ''A Fighting Chance." Subscribe now. HENET GRILLS SENATOR FULTON IN PUBLIC DISCUSSION OF QUES TION OF GRAFT VS. GOOD CITI ZENSHIP HENEY MAKES PUB LIC ATTACK ON FULTON PORTLAND, Jan. 29.—In a speech last night on "Grafe vs. Good Citizenship" Francis J. Heney deliv ered a terrible grilling to United States Senator Charles W. Fulton. The speaker also alluded to the rail roads, w r hlch he accused of under taking to monopolize the Industries of the country, and which, unless curbed, would finally accomplish their ends, and to the San Francisco graft cases, in connection with the I latter matter explaining that by controlling the board of supervisors] public service corporations of that city were enabled to charge exorbi tant rates for their services and in crease their dividends proportion ately. Mr. Heney's main object of at tack, however, was Senator Fulton, and was his acceptance of the lat ter's recent cha'Ienge that Mr. Hen ey either put up some evidence to substantiate his charges or discon tinue his attacks against the sena tor. The speaker presented his evi dence much as he does In trying a case, reading what he stated were signed statements, public documents I and sworn affidavits in substantia j tien of his accusations that Mr. Ful ton had misused his high office. NORTH IDAHO CANDIDATE WALLACE, Jan. 29—Information having been received that Surveyor General Bagleson will relinquish his office, the friends of Harry M. Lan caster sent a petition to Washington today by wire urging his appoint ment. The office of surveyor general is one In which the mining Indus try Is especially lntnerseted, and perhaps 75 per cent of the business of the office comes from the Coeur d'Alene district. It would Beem that the wishes of the people of this section of the state should have a voice In naming the successor to Mr. Eagleson. Mr. Lancaster is said to be well qualified for the poslt'on, as attest ed by a petition signed by other mining engineers and men exten sively engaged In the mining busi ness. » He Is a graduate of the Univer sity of Idaho, a fact that appeals es pecially to al 1 c'tlzens who desire to see the products of its chief educa tional Institution recognized. IS BURBANK NATURE FAKER HIS SPINELESS CACTUS STILL HAS SPINES AND IS NOT EDI BLE, ACCORDING TO OFFICIAL REPORT. The latest bulletin of the United States department of agriculture charges Luthur Burbanks with be ing a nature fakir. According to the bulletin entitled "The Tuna as Food for Man," and edltied by David Griffiths, asslstarf agrocolorist, and by R. F. Hare, gov ernment chemist at the New Mexico College of Agriculture, Luther S. Burbank has not succeeded In pro ducing a desert cactus entirely free (from •'Jol 1T- nor is the Burbank cactus suitable for food for man, as he claims. When Luther S. Burbank was In formed of the contents of this bulle tin he merely laughed, and referred to the fact that the Thornless Cactus company of Los Ange' es has been paying him a small fortune for boxes of his thornless cactus, while the Carnegie Institute on the recom mendation of the Stanford and Cali fornia univers'ty experts are paying him an annual sum of $10.000 to further his work In the production of spineless cactus. There seems to be some doubt about Flraer Strlcklett, Brooklyn's star pitcher, staying in California this season. j William Wilcox, a Northern Pa cific engineer, was slugged in a dark alley and robbed In Butte. He later died from the effects of the blows. For first-class laundry work see Guy Fountain. Phone, Black 341. tf LEWISTON DRAY COMPANY STORAGE. Office at Blue Front, Main 8t. Office Phone Main 3. G. L. ACKLEY, REAL ESTATE City and country property for •ale. Second-hand Furniture bought and told. Fint door touth of Event, Hooper A Burrow*. PUBLIC INFORMATION Lewiston Railway Time Card NORTHERN PACIFIC Mo. 18—(Clearwater Passenger) leaves Lewiston 6:50 a. m. Ar rives in Stltes, 10:35 a. m. No. 17—(Clearwater Passenger) leaves Stltes 11:20 a. in. Ar rives In Lewiston, 3:05 p. m. Mo. 10—(Spokane Passenger) leaves Lewiston 7:10 a. m. Arrives In Spokane 1:55 p. m. Mo. 12—(Spokane Pnssenger) leaves Lewiston 3:30 p. m. Arrives at Spokane 10:30 p. m. Mo. 9—(Spokane Passenger) leaves Spokane 7:00 a. m. Arrives In Lewiston 2:00 p. m. Mo. 11—(Spokane Passenger) leaves Spokane 4:15 p. m. Arrives In Lewiston 11:55 p. m. Mo. 22 — (Culdesac Passenger) leaves Lewiston 1:00 p. m. Ar rives at Culdesac 2:15 p. m. Mo. .23 — (Culdesac .Passenger) leaves Culdesac at 4:00 p. m. Arrives at Lewiston 5:30 p. m. J e • • s • a 0. R. A N. RIVER ROUTE Steamer Lewiston leaves Lewiston dock Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 a. m. and ar rives at Rlparla about 6 p. m. steamer Lewiston leaves Rlparla 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 Rlparla about 5:00 p. m. steamer Spokane leaves Rtpafla Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sun days at 5:40 a. m. and arrives In Lewiston about 5:00 p. m. POSTOFFICE TIME CARD Windows open dally, except Sun lay, at 8 a. m. Money order win dow closes at 5:30 p. m. and the ithers at 6 p. m. On Sunday the general delivery, carrier and regis try windows are open for delivery mly 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 5:30 p. m. Close 4:30 a. m. Clarkston-Lewiston BUS LINE Trunks and Baggage Transferred SCHEDULE Daily Exeept Sunday Leave Clarkston—6:15 a.m.; 8:15 a.m.; 10:00 a.m.; 1:15 p.m.; 2:30 p.m.; 4:45 p.m. Leave Lewiston—7:30 a.m.; 9:00 a.m.; 10:45 a.m.; 2:00 p.m.; 3:05 p.m.; 5:30 p.m. Sunday Leave Clarkston—1:15 p.m. Leave Lewiston—2:00 p.m. Will meet all night trains and boats on special calls. Leaves Clarkston from Clarkston Commercial Co. Leaves Lewiston from Raymond Hotel and Bollinger Hotel. Rates—15c one way, round trip 25c. Leave orders at Clarkston Com jtnerclal Co., Sycamore Street or call up 'phone Main 150. H. E. BUNDY. Proprietor Residence 8th and Sycamore 8ts. Express partages eçd baggage will be attended to promptly. <9 Ccalf Without clinkers. Wear® handling a high grades mine run coal for $ 9. SO per ton delivered to any part at the city. Send us aerial ! order for a FULL ton. Lewiston Gas Co . Phone Main 38 •••••••••••••••••••••••••• 8 I Washing J Don# right, priced right, deliver e ed promptly. • Give u# a trial that we may • substantiate our assertion, s Phone Main 104. • THE LEWI8TON STEAM a LAUNDRY. I : i Lewiston Abstract Co. BONDED AB8TNACTBR«k. Lewiston, Idaho. Room 3 Votlmsr Blk. Phene Bleek fff Pollard & Co. CLOTHE8 CLEANERS. Wildenthaler Blk, Main 8L Phone Red Iff UNO. HALLORAN IDAHO BRICK Patronize Homajlnductiy IDAHO BRICK CO . The Mint BAKER A SMITH, PROPRIETOR» Choies Liquors, wines, brandis# an® cigars. A club room tn ooaMettnL Clark Building, Main Street Contractor and Builder Hots I Do Franse. Estima too Furnished on All Clooooo O# Build! ago. CLYDE J. VASSAR, UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phone: Office, Red 331. Op» posite L 0. 0. F. Hail For the Most Reliable Flour Call for the Anatone Flour. It it the best. Made from tho best of wheat. And it milled by the latest approved pro cess. Our brands are: "Fint,* "Marvel," "Queen," "Gam* and "Climax." Handled by the Lewittoa Grocery. Phones, 281 and 84. ANATONE MILLING 00. Office Phone Main 34. Residence, Red 1091. CHAS. NORLIN, PLUMBER. Steam and Hot Water Heat* ing. Gas Fitting. Repair work promptly at tended to. DILL BROS. MEAT MARKET 371 Main Street Phone Main 161. YOU CAN EAT Goldman's Meat GOLD STORAGE MARKER Phone Main 239.