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V ,iV ,s ! v ' , - i. ••'•/ '« >4 MISS CHERI DAH SIMPSON AS SED FEATHER The Charming Prima Donna Who Is to Appear at the Temple Theater Saturday Fe bniary 29, GIVE REVOLUTIONARY TEA. Ladies of Clarkston Planning Unique Entertainment. The Ladies' aid of the Christian church of Clarkston will give a Rev olutionary tea at the home of Mrs. F. G. Morrison at the corner of Chestnut street and Twenty-first Thursday afternoon between the "hours of 2 and 5 o'clock. For re W. P. HURLBUT, President. M. W. BARNETT, Treasurer. E. D. THOMAS, Vice President. JAMES A8POA8, Secretary. H. K. BARNETT, Superviser Abstract Department. Commercial Trust Company Capital - - $1,000,000.00 General Banking and T rust Business. Abstracting and Fire Insurance. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. LEWISTON. IDAHO. CLEARWATER FUEL CO. Wholesale and Re- 17| TTTÏ tail Dealers In 1 Vf * J 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 Raymond Hotel HEADQUARTERS FOR COM-} MERCIAL [AND MINING MEN FINE GRILL IN CONNECTION GEO. K. REED, Proprietor Bollinger Hotel Lewiston's Leading Commercial Hotel freshments the following menu will be served: The Boston Tea Party. Battle of Bunker Hill. Cannon Ball. Crossing the Delaware. Winter at Valley Forge. There will be an historic contest and the most brilliant contestant will be awarded a trophy of war. Everybody and their friends invited. Try The Teller "Want Ada. IN RED FEATHER Next Saturday night De Koven, Klein and Cook's "Red Feather" will be at the Temple theater. This is one of the most notable comic opera presentations of the past few years, and from all reports is fully deserv ing of the modicum of praise that has been bestowed upon it. From the j day that Reginald De Koven offered J the musical public the -spark ing airs ; ot "Robin Hood," although since 1 that his successes have been many, he has not written such brilliant music as that which he embodied in the score of "Red Feather." There are solos that are master pieces, duets that for daintiness, grace and expression are unsurpass ed, inspiring marches, stirring cho ruses and robust ensembles that fully merit the most flattering commenda tion that has beten accorded them. To interpret this music Manager Joseph M. Gaites has gathered a company of singers who are fully adequate to perform the important task assign ed them. The prima donna of the organiza tion is Miss Cheridah Simpson, who possesses a remarkably sweet voice and in addition is an accomplished actress. In all, the company num bers 75 artists and has gained the reputation of being the best singing and acting light opera body en tour. A luxurious production, costing in the neighborhood of $70,000, was made by the Ziegfeld Opera com pany, and this will be seen in all of its lavishness of detail. An impor tant auxiliary is the augmented or chestra. REPORT FAVORS ALASKA-YÜKON RILL FOR APPROPRIATION OF $750,000 FOR EXPOSITION AT SEATTLE WILL BE REPORTED FAVORABLBY. WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.—A fa vorable report on the bill of Con gressman Humphrey of Washington, providing for a government exhibi tion at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific ex position at Seattle In 1909, today was ordered by the house committee on industrial arts and expositions. The bill carries $750,000. FROM THE COUNTY RECORDS. (By Commercial Trust Co.) C. W. Miller to A. E. Leeper, lots 1, 2, 3, block 41, Peck, $100. Mrs. Eliza Ingraham to Geo. V. Herrington, lots 20, 22 block 4, Clearwater addition, $1250, William L. Isbell to Noah C. Ir win, lot 8, block 1, University Third addition, $2500. J. W. Cavanaugh to Nez Perce county, 25x1320 in SE 14 SW 14 35-37-2 E„ $20. J. J. Wood, trustee, to O. R. Click, lots 1 to 6, block 2, Ilo, $320. W. L. Lyon to R. H. Wallace, un divided one-third interest in lots 13. 14, block 26, Vollmer, $1 W. L. Lyon to M. A j ! I . j Pope, undi vided one-third interest in lots 13, 14, block 26, Vollmer, $1. I Chas. W. Green to J. B. Nelson, lot 4, section 35-37-2 W., $400. OUR LAFE. There is a man in our town, And he's so very wise That should he get beside himself He'll blow us to the skies. w This fellow's very fond of smoke; He's puffing all the night, So when he dies and goes below It's thought he'll "get in right." On hot air, too, he's very strong, Knows all 'bout this and that, There's nothing that our Lafe can't do When talking through his hat. OH' In the stiUy morn you'll hear An extra thundrous roar; Don't think that you are In a wreck, It's only Lafey's snore. With apologies to the original and to the public. —A REAL POET. Governor Hughes and Secretary Taft both have eyes on the New Eng'and delegates to the republican national convention. Secretary Taft recently spoke tn three of the New England states and enrlv next month will pay another visit to Massachu setts to till sneaking engagements in Springfield, Fitchburg and Boston. LIMA HONBI NAVAL FLEET LIMA, Per, Feb. 25.—The ?nter tainments in honor of the American naval officers continue unabate 1, and Lima society is enjoying i series of social functions. This afternoon there wl'I be a re ception at the American legation and a baseball match in the hull ring between nines from the warships end those of the national club. The gala performance at the Politean theater last nicht attracted a num ber of the American officers, includ ing three admirals, Minister Combs. Lieutenant Oordier, the American military attache, and several mem bers of the cabinet. The presidential box was given over to the visitors. President Par do himself was not present, as he was ee'ebrating his birthday at his home. N. P. WILL CUT WAGES BUTTE, Mont., Feb. 26.—A St Paul, Minn., dispatch to the Aliner says that the Northern Pacific has declared its intention of reducing the scale of wages paid its telegraphers from $5 to $10 a month. Confer ences are proceeding between the railroad officials and the operators' committee. Household Cares Tax the Women of Lewiston, the Same as Elsewhere. Hard to attend to household duties With a constantly aching back. A woman should not have a bad back. And she wouldn't if the kidneys were well. Doan's Kidney Pil's make well kidneys. Here is a Lewiston woman who endorses this claim: Mrs. T. D. Hartnet, 1851 Tenth avenue, Lewiston, Idaho, says: ''Three years ago I used Doan's Kid ney Pills and the benefit I obtained at that time has remained perma nent. efore using them, I had con siderable trouble from a lame back, the pain often being so acute that I could not .attend to my housework. Doan's Kidney Pills were recom mended to me, I procured a box at the Idanha Pharmacy, and they went directly to the cause of my trouble, strengthening the kidneys and dis posing of the pain in m yback. I owe my present good health to Doan's Kidney Pills, and never miss an opportunity to recommend them." For sale bv nU dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Npw York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's— and take no other. H. J. Governor Curtis Guild, Jr., of Massachusetts, who is being boomed for the vice presidential nomination on the republican ticket, is 48 years old, a native of Boston and a gradu ate of Harvard. He served two terms as lieutenant governor of Massachu I setts and is now serving his third term as governor of that state a. Only a Cold. ''Only a cold," Is a common ex pression. And so the victim lets it go on, day after day, red eyes, swol len features, lasslture, sleeplessness, loss of appetite, the irritating cough. In Itself a cold may be Bimply un comfortable. In its results it is often fatal. Pneumonia, with its enor mous fatality; consumption, with Its deadly grip; bronchitis, asthma, these and many ailments are often the direct result of a cold. The patient may have had many colds. They have resulted In noth ing serious. But when the system has become weakened by these re peated attacks, when the mucous membranes are in a chronic unheal thy condition, then it is these fatal maladies assert themselves. There Is no greater mistake than to neglect a cold. At its first ap pearance measures should be taken to re'ieve it. At this season of the year, when coughs and colds are common, Peruna should be kept con stantly in the house. At the first symptom this remedy should be tak en. It will soothe the mucous mem brbanes, relieve the Irritation, and the cold will gradually disappear. That th's has been the experience of many Is proven by the hundreds of grateful letters In our files. Lewiston Plumb C. F. Philip?, Prop. I':e Lewiston Plumbing S top 'j now ready to do all kinds of plumbing. Now is the time to make your sewer connections. Prices Right and All Work Guaranteed Repair Work a Specialty. Shop opposite to the Postolce, on Eighth street. PHONE BLACK 1241 PAYS TO USE TH EEL? WANTED. WANTED—Men for railroad work, inland Emp oyment Agency. 316 D street, Thiessen block. Call be tween 3 and 5 p. m. 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 61. Lewis ton, Idaho. GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, LAW YER—Practices in all state and federal courts of Idaho and Wash ington. Rooms 5, 6, 7, New Por ter block. Phone, Main 227. F. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Rooms 308-309 Welsgerber building. JOHNSON & STOOKEY, LAWYERS —Rooms 317-318 Weisgerber 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 & CO., AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent & But 1er. CONTRACTORS. a. T. MADGGWICK, CONTRACTOR and Builder, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone, Main 264. DENTISTS. DR. BOSTON—Dentist. Roome 20, Adams Block. Phone, Main 264. FOR SALB. 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 SALE—160 acres of good farm land, well watered, good improve ments and bearing orchard. On* mile to school. Address Box 31, Lapwai, Idaho. FOR RENT. ~ FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with board. Call at No. 99 First avenue^ or cell up phone Red 921. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. HINKLEY—Physician a*d Bur geon. Rooms 201-203-205 New Salsberg block. Office phone, Red 131; residence phone. Red 132. DR. MORRIS—Physician and Sur geon. Room «05 Weisgerber block. Phone, Red 651, OR. HURLBBUT—Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 3, 4, 5 Thiessen block. Phone, Red 661. OR. L. F. INMAN—Specialist nerv •us diseases, female diseases and obstetrics given special attention. Ail calls promptly attended. Office Porter building. Phone, Main 96. For first-class laundry work see G*y Fountain. Phone Black 341 tf NURSE. NURSE—Experienced nurse. Con finement cases a specialty. Mrs. Augusta Axelson, 206 Eighteenth avenue. Phone, Red 1971. MUSICAL DIRECTOR. KARL BAUMGAERTEL — Musical director and teacher. Music fur nished for all occasions. Room 4, Hotel Assemhiee. Phone. Matn 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, Bee. LOST—Bull terrier put, 6 months old, dark brindle and white. Black >vo and ear. Tail and ears crop ped. Reward for return to E. A. Cox. SEWING CHILDREN'S and infants' sewing done promptly and neatly. Eyelet embroidery and hemstitching done to order. Call at 533 Fourth avenue. Phone Red 1901. Notice. Reserve seats for "Red Feather'' now on sale at Williams' jeweliy store. Phone black 291. Violins Made and Repaired A. R. COSTA 205 D LEWISTON DRAY COMPANY STORAGE. Office at Blue Front, Main St. Office Phone Main 3. Washing J Done right, priced right, deliver* • • ed promptly. J * Give ue e trial that we may * e substantiate our assertion. ; • » Phone Main 204. * THE LEWISTON STEAM * 2 LAUNDRY. • • a eeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeetsis« Pollard & Co. CLOTHES CLEANER«. Wildentheler Blk, Main SL Phone Red Ilf Lewiston Abstract Co. BONDED AB8TRACTBRB, Lewiston, Idaho, Room 8 Vollmer Blk. Phone Blaek 171 JNO. HALLORAN Contractor and Builder Hotel Da Franoe. Estimates Furnished on All Classes ef Buildings. Fountain Cab Line 525 Corner Main and Sixth Sts Phone Main 165 This is oar main office and ; all orders shoald be sent here for cabs. Prompt, first-class ! service to all. „a coPAiaa A. I'lABfcULES WmSmii IDAHO BRICK Patronize Home}Industry IDAHO BRICK CO. Big lump coal and nothing but Clean, Big Lumps LEWISTON FUEL & CO., LTD. Main Street at Tenth Street Phone Main 176.