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HCember Associated Press. Daily Except Sunday. ISTON PUBLISHING CO, LTD. Phone Main 261. at the Lewiston class matter. Postofflce SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. «M srask ....................... « .16 |M «Nantit .......................50 VMkwmbSIis ...................... 2.60 4ftn»'dr«ar........................6.00 WEEKLY. CS&M |W ........... 11.60 "" TODAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908. «►♦♦♦♦* * * ♦ ****♦♦'♦ ♦> WEATHER REPORT. ♦ Vtarsoast for Lewiston and viclnl *9ar #bt tonight and tomorrow: jfibain or snow tonight or Saturday. "^Wanwlng date recorded at local mMon United States weather bureau ntK 3.34 ô'clock this afternoon: -Hxxjmnm temperature, 50; mini lonma temperature, 36; mean tem rsnoatortv 43; precipitation, .04. W. Vf. THOMAS. Official in Charge. ■ART AND ENVIRONMENT. '£■ the March McClure's Ellen Ter VTTfr «tints another chapter to her me Oafaa, called "Memories of Booth nanmÊ 'Sarah Bernhardt." Of her own zYqNPearance as Juliet, she says: was perhaps the greatest op IjKttnitr that I had yet had at the W-awwme. I studied the part at ray «raatasge at Hampton court in a bed vcmw hooking out over the park. "THmwe was nothing wrong with that. : 'She way. Sow important It Is to She -careTol about environment and ewery thing else when one Is study fSNB? tlnr ought to be in the coun not all the time. It is good The iso -about and see pictures, hear tanaXe and watch everything. One vSfroold he very much alone, and study early and late—all .xtU&H, If need he. even at the cost cStzOeep- Everything that one does «WhlttkB or sees will have an effect wagon the part, precisely as on an un «tern child. «tern child. T wish now that, Instead of read fSSOE how this and that actress had \>hjw4 Juliet, and cracking my h&nam over the different readings of htarffnes, and making myself famil VSDm vslth the different opinions of TtfUBtasophers and critics, I had gone Th» ■'hrrona and just Imagined. Per Xfeapt the most wonderful description «di Tallet as she should be acted oc osb tn Gabriele d'Annunzlo's Tl HÄmeo' f*The Flame'). In the book -OBI Malian actress tells her friend TSmt ahe played the part when she -woo»« girl of 14 in an open air thea tai wear Verona. Cou'd a girl of 14 tjphQr wach a part? Yes, If she were am* yotfthful, only young with the sgmtfh x>T the poet, tragically old, as aaasae youth is. ' ""Wow 1 understand Juliet better. YStow 1 know how she should be Hut time Is inexorable. At •W^'.lBanrw what one may, one cannot MäKr Joliet." ADVERTISING STATES. Tbe executive committee of tbe MDndtoeky State Development asso «akeBlno la making an effort to have ♦30a gpeuera) assembly appropriate —w for tbe exploitation of the ■■ -fT*—resources ns a manufactur The Light That's Bright •Under the glittering light of the electric lamp every thing la eeen at Its beat. A poorly-furnished house becomes bright and cheerful in appearance with the introduction • of electric light. \ The dark and dingy ' «tore once avoided by Bhoppers, quickly ■changes Its character vaad becomes a busy mart of trade under the radiant brilliance ■of Electric Illumina -tlon. Call at Electric Light Office ing, agricultural antj mineral field. This emphasizes a new possibility In the realm of advertising. Not many years ago only Individuals and firms advertised. Then the race be tween cities became so swift that municipalities began to advertise, and within the last few years thou sands of dollars have been spent in the newspapers and magazines by various cities whose business men appreciate the value of such pub licity. And now Kentucky's action indi cates that the advertising field may cover a still wider ground and that state may soon be advertising their assets and opportunities. And why not, especially in a state like Ken tucky, whose reputation has suffer ed by reason of feuds and night-rid ers and whose advantages are not so generally knowns as those of the average state? This evidence of an awakening in Kentucky Is very encouraging. No other state has suffered so much be cause of the acts of a disorderly ele ment. ! j I ] The postofflce department has an nounced the routing of the mall fioni Vollmer to Nezperce and other , towns on the Nezperce prairie to | : take place after the first of the month, and the offices in the upper country will receive their mall from six to 12 hours sooner when the new schedule Is In operation. The fact must not be overlooked, also, that the whole prairie country is correspondingly made nearer to Lewiston by the operation of the load, and not only is there a saving in time, but a saving in comfort and convenience over the long haul up and down the grades along the Clearwater to reach the railroad at the river. the'experience of someone'who has If you are not entirely convinced that this is a hard world, call for slipped up on a banana peel. The French scientist who declares that he considers it absolutely neees sary to rest wakefully in bed for 20 minutes before getting up has prob ably been subsidized. ably been subsidized. • • • It is Taft against the field, but if he draws the pole on a circular track he will win all the way. • • • The republican party is not so bad as it is painted in democratic resolu tions or it would not be able to fool the greater part of the people all of the time. • ■ • Wallace is a pretty good example of the truth of the saying that "Them that has, gets." Wallace is probably an early bird and thus landed the juicy democratic worm. • • • While Gladys Vanderbilt was hav lng her bonds changed to her new family name, the count was probably carelessly humming "Blessed Be the Tie That Binds." • • • On the theory that distance 'ends enchantment to the view, a demo cratic convention at Wallace conld very fittingly nominate Dubois for governor on a platform asking for re-enactment of the test oath. i j I ! O, Lord, give us a railroad, And on It run a train, Or we shall ell go crazy, With railroad on the brain. Just bring it in from anywhere, From Canada or Maine, Better a stub from Cloverland, Than really go insane. —The Railway Poet. j i Every night this week the Lewis ton Amusement company will put on one heat of the six-day skating race. There will be fifteen minutes' racing every night In the week. ■ • • Every afternoon at 3 o'clock and every evening, commencing at 7:30. there will be entertainments at the Pastime family theater In the Wels gerber block. Entrance on Fifth street. • • • There will be an adjourned meet ing of the city council tonight to consider the question of street paving. Remember, the Roller Rink is i j ooen everv afternoon. This is the Jtime for beginner* and those desir 1 1 inR to learn to skate. A competent corps of instructors has been en 1 eap""! end their entire •»ttent'O" will P he devoted to ladies who are learn I ia S N brthwest In land Notes Pullman.—The O. R. & N. com pany will start a special train over its line in the Palouse country on March 5 for the purpose of educat ing the farmers to eliminate the summer fallow custom and save themselves approximately $20,000, 000 each year. The railroad com pany has provided lecturers for the special train, and stops will be made at all of the principal stations of the Palouse country. The lecturers will recommend the growing of cul tivation crops on the land heretofore cultivated as summer fallow. Grangeviile.—The building of the Northern Pacific railroad Into the Camas Prairie section has created a heavy demand for farm land in the section served by the new road, and ! the homeseekers are prepared to pay j good prices for the land of their I choice. Sales have been reported ] where wild land lias brought as high as $55 per acre, and the records at the courthouse show the heaviest , market j nK 0 j j an( j g j n the history of ^ | ^ munty | _ ; Nezperce.—The postlfflce depart ment has notified the local postmas ter that within 30 days the mall for Nezperce will be routed from Lewis ton via Vollmer instead of Kamiah. as under the present conditions. The town of Vol'mer is but 10 miles from Nezperce, and can be reached with out encountering serious grades. Granger. ..The people of this place joined forces Wednesday in removing all garbage from the city, and the appearance of the town has been materially improved. The mat ter was brought before the people bv the action of the Commercial club, which appointed a "clean-up day" end appointed a committee to inter-j est the people in the work. est the people in the work. j - ; North Yakima.—The scarcity if fat livestock reported in Idaho and : eastern Washington several weeks J ' weeks ago is now felt in this locality, and railroad agents are authority for the j statement that no shipments are be lug made from the Yakima valley to coast packers. This Is chiefly due to the cause of the high priced land, but is partially due to many stock men refusing to feed this winter un i der the uncertainty of the market j conditions. Coast buyers state that I all stock is now being brought from ! the Middle West states, and very little stock will be secured from In land Empire points until .late In the spring. Pullman.—The Farmers' Educa tional and' Co-operative union met here Wednesday for the purpose ■ of opening the bids for the delivery of grain sacks, the minimum being 100.000, and it Is expected ffttiy 1.000. 000 s will be contracted for. Two bids were received, but the con tract was not awarded, as it Is ex pected other bids will be received. The meeting was attended by 100 members and applicatlins from 40 farmers were received. farmers were received. | The business men of Col-j of it Colton. ton have organized themselves for the purpose of promoting the Inter ests of the town and surrounding eluntry. The club will endeavor to reopen the flour mill which has been closed down for three years, and a plan has been outlined for encourag ing immigration to this section. Garfield.—The business men and farmers in the surrounding country have subscribed $5000 in a single day to a cannery proposition that has been submitted. It Is expeeted the cannery will be Installed this j year In time to handle the fruit i crop. Walla Walla.—Work has been started On the city hall, and -within a short time It Is expected a large force of men will be employed in this construction. The bul'ding of the city hall was delayed last year because of the question ot the vail dity of the proceedings by which the bonds were Issued to secure the funds for the erection of the city buildings. Sprague.—The commercial club has decided to co-operate with the city council In any movement that will result In the betterment of the condition if the streets. The club is also discussing the advisability of establishing a market day but is de voting much of its energy toward securing the North Coast road. For six evenings von will have some place to spend an enjoyable evening. You will save money by buying Ruhher Garden Hose from Mark Means, Lewiston, Idaho. There Is more catarrh ln %hls sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local dis ease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has proven ca tarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., is the only constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken In ternally fn doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly ou the blood gnd mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dol lars for any case It fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., To ledo, O. Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Call for Bids. The council of the City of Lewis ten will receive sealed bids Up to 5 o'clock p. m. March 10, 1908, for furnishing F. O. B. Lewiston, Idaho, ^ the following pipe, fitfitings, etc., to | wit; ; 9,400 ft. of 12 In.; 3,000 ft. of 8 In.; 2,000 ft. of 6 in.; 4,000 ft. of 4 in, converse joint, steel pipe, Kala maln and asphalted. Cast fittings, as per list below: j 25 ■ 25 j 4 I 8 j 10 1 10 j 5 ^ 15 20 j 20 ; 5 50 : 50 J 20 ' 20 16x16x12x12 12x12x4x4 12x12x12x8 12x12x6x6 8x8x4x4 6x6x4x4 6x6x6x6 4x4x4x4 10x10x6x6 12x12x8 12x12x6 8x8x8 8x8x6 6x6x4 4x4x4 6x6x6 6x6 6 in. 4 in. 8 in. 12 in. Cross Tee Ell Plugs j 12,00(Mbs. of Pig Lead: Hub- or bell end bronze- mounted Hub- or bell end bronze- mounted double gate valves, guaranteed to 200 lbs. working water pressure; six 12 In. valves; seventeen- 8 in. valves; twenty-seven 6 In. valves* and forty-eight 4 Inch'valves* Adjustable valve boxes, owe hun dred pieces, as follows: Six 12 inch; nineteen 8 inch:; twenty-seven 6 inch; and forty-eight 4 inebr. Twenty frost proof fire hydrants with 5" inch valve opening indepen dent Rose nozzle gates, three- open ings and steamer nozzle, 3' 6*' bury. Twenty frost proof fire hydrants, with 4 Inch valve openings two in dependent hose nozzle gates 3 ft. 6 In. bury. Iff,000 feet of three-quarter tneh galvanized Iron pipe: Acertified check for five- per eent of the amount bid, payable to the City of Lewiston, must accompany each bid. ATI prices submitted must be by foot, by pound and by piece or arti | cie. The council reserves the right to reject any and all bld3, or any part of any bid, or to divide the award as it deems best for the interest of the city. February 25. 1908. JOHN E. NICKERSON. Lewiston Idaho. Clerk. Feb. 25 5 t. in of Alias Summons. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State uf Idaho, la and for Nez Perce County. Leatha Raines, plaintiff, vs. Har ry Raines, defendant. The people of the State of Idaho send greetings to Harry Raines, the defendant. You are hereby notified that there is on file In the office of the clerk of the above named court a complaint of the said plaintiff la an action brought against you to obtain a decree * absolutely dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing bonds of matrimony between the plaintiff and. defendant herein and for general relief. The grounds upon which said judgment and decree are claimed are that for more than one year last past the defendant has wilfully failed and neglected to provide for the j plaintiff the common necessaries of j life, and that for more than ont- j year last past the defendant has de serted the plaintiff and lived «epa rate and apart from her, as furthe» I appears from tbe complaint filed herein, which is hereby referred to ! for more particularity. And you are directed to appear and an«we- "»aid complaint within - 1 »w-.r;ty dt.vr * this •rammen» 1« j .*i «.*:.■ I district within wtilrii I • lb's n :ir-. .*. irouçht, and within, j forty days if served elsewhere. And you are further notified that Honest Shirt Values We are offering for sale today one of the strongest values in the celebrated Metropolitan Shirt that could possibly be shown to the public. An even $ 1.00 buys the Shirt. Any size from 14 to 18. All new patterns in stiff bosom. Cuffs attached or separate cuffs. The first showing of spring patterns in Clothes Saturday. tyfatson Clothing Co . A Man's Store unless you so appear and answer, the plaintiff will appeal to the court for the relief demanded in said com plaint. Given under my hand and seal this 11th day of February, 1908. (Sènl) W. L. GIFFORD, Clerk. By C. E. MONTEITH, Deputy. ALEX &ASBERG, Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence at Lewlstno, Idaho. 6 1/1<Ü! FAC LftWDEf 'Imparts a rare softness.^ beauty and del l icacy to the skin." I N is a perfect aid I« beauty, restraining! the ravages of sun.' wind and time. Elimi nates tan. sunburn freckles, sallow ness and imperfections of the Possessing a dainty clinging^ perfume exclusively its own. it leaves a pleasing odor] rivaling the sweet breath of spring, ««ce so cit* »KLITFUM. [dt CASTOR IA Tot Infants and Children. II» Kind You Kan Always Bought Bears the Signature of 1 ! j j j j I to - I Office Phone Main 34. -Residence, Red 1091. CHAS. N0RLIN, PLUMBER. Steam and Hot Water Heat ing. Gas Fitting. Repair work promptly at tended to. HU: fcNDLfcSS CHAIN With the coming of spring, squirrel» gophers and sage rats regularly appear to de\a»tate thu fields of growing grain. Rarly In the season, when their natural food 1 e scarce, their numbers may be greatly diminished by a systematic war fare upon them. Evury ferrate kilted be fore the young are born, reduces the number of pests at least ten later tuv "Woodlark"- Squirrel Poisan l 3 the most reliable and destructive agent y«t devised for their extermination. It t* an abso iutely certain Instrument of death for squirrels. Every kernel Is warranted to kill, ebmatic changes, dew, frost, or the moisture of the earth do not effect lUr strength. It requires no mixing or prep aration, and is always ready for use. No other Is so good. Dealers will refund the purchase price, if not as claimed. The Hoyt Chemical Co.. Portland, Oregon YC^ CAN EAT Goldman's Meat COLD STORAGE MARKET. Phone Main 239. CLYDE J. VASSAR, UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phone: O'flce, Red 331. Op posite L 0. 0. F. Hall. „Oregon Short Line Union Pacific When going Elast or South Travel via the O. R. & N., visiting Salt Lake, Denver and other points of interest enroute. The direct line to all California points. Sleep ing car berths reserved and full information cheerfully given. Let us assist you in planning your trip. C. W. MOUNT General Agen 305 Main Si. Lewiston, Idaho Patronize Home Industry and Drink Weisgerber Beer Special Brew "TOTS NICHT'' Bottle Beer. CcaU Without clinkers. Weare handling a high grade, mine run coal for $9.50 per ton delivered to any part o> the city. Send us a,W* order for a FULL ton. Lewiston Gas Co* Phone Main 38 DILI BROS y*'?'? MAR KET Main Street phrme Main 1&1. _