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Stories of Street, and Town
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I,« porr.ng. of Forest, was in the city
Thursda>■
p jfrewer, of Genesee, was here
vejterdsf'
' MrJ R. D. Blair was on the sick
Ult thi» week.
p ji. Ball, the stock buyer, of Spo
ils in the city.
gjorge Buckley has returned from a
[^rt visit to Spokane.
Elmer Waldrlp returned yesterday
join a trip to Spokane.
K c. Hall, of Winchester, was a bus
(„«ss visitor here this week.
Gus Thiering has returned from a
,hort business trip to Spokane.
James Brown, of Pomeroy, Washing
)Mli was a business visitor to the city
this week.
j E. Nelson returned Wednesday
from a business trip to the Camas prai
rie country.
jj. D. Mills, the well known Culdesac
business man, was transacting business
here this week.
Mrs. 0. M. Latimer has returned
from a visit with her sister Mrs. A. J.
Payne, at Orofino.
A. J. Showalter, a prosperous farmer
of the Lapwai country, was in the city
\Tewnesday on business. *
E. H. Libby, president of the Lewis
ton-Clarkston company, has gone to
Spokane on a business trip.
The young daughter of Fred Far
ner who has been seriously ill the past
week, is much improved today.
Born, to Van W. Hasbrouck and Mrs.
Hasbrouck. at 6:20 a. m. Wednesday,
April 12. a 7 1-2 pound daughter.
Lewiston experienced wind storms
Wednesday and Thursday which are
gentle reminders that spring has come, i
John Manley has gone to Genesee I
Iwhere he has purchased a barber;
shop. He expects to locate In Genesee |
permanently.
F. B. Reed, of the Reed Real Estate
[company, left yesterday for Portland,
[where he goes on business connected
'with his firm.
J. A Crom, the Westlake merchant,
[has returned home after spending a
[week here in the interests of the elec
trie line project. *
Ben Gruchs is fitting up a new club
[cumber of Improvements will be made
Ion the interior of the building and the
[came fitted up with gas.
D. Ryrie, of Spokane, representing
the grain exporting firm of Balfour.
[Guthrie & Co., of Portland, was a busi
I ness visitor in the city this week.
John Swank, a prominent farmer,
[who resides a few miles east of town,
[has purchased a ranch near Orofino
Jtnd expects to move his family up
I there soon.
Robert Jones, of Grt.ngeville, has
[backed up his confidence in Lewiston's
[future by purchasing a block of ground
[in River Wiew addition from J. B.
j RcGrane for *1,500.
Miss Mildred Pope, of Nezperce is
j the guest of Mrs. C. A. Foresman this
*eek and entertained a small party
M the old friends at the latter's home
[on Normal hill yesterday afternoon.
The new creamery is expected to be
in operation by the 20th of this month.
The firm will operate from the Lewis
on Cold Storage building on East Main
J**"** 4 ' where th< * creamery plant is now
|"»lng installed.
Wednesday the officials of the local
nd offl ce heard the contest case of
"«orge W. Peacher vs. Ida I. Allegier,
"Solving to acres of land on. Craig
a,on «f the line of the Camas
pwirlfe «tage road.
The Chicago Lady Entertainers at
k * 'heater Wednesday night
cbm * ° Ut a ^«NUonable and appre
w V * audience - The entertainment
ces«f. i Rhly p,ea8,n 8 and closes a sue
ts. i 8eason °f concerts arranged bv
I Alston High school.
I ^ ^ e| H. traveling pasenger and
t 8Rent ° f the °' R ' * N ' C °"
, . n the c, ty from Portland this
tally i 8itln * c - Mount and lnciden
* up bu8, ness matters. Mr.
hire e * Kreat confidence In the fu
° l' e ' vis ton and 'predicts that
be a Sfccat Influx of people
8 city during the present year.
S«on k" S Roberts, veterinary sur
torw-T 8 resiffned hI » position a/ U. S.
»ill a ent Iive 8toclt Inspector and
Pn C ll c *' 0,e bis time to his private
lislj *' i -s his intention to estab
oe,. . ' eter inary hosptal within the
Settle *' >r ' k- C. Anderson
•urn* S nrr *'» 8d here and will ns
* th « duties
for
the government
°f live stock Inspec
ts Ve(i ' Au,t - "'ho during,the past
the jot, !" hns b *cn associated with
»ill lea . ep '\ r,rnen t of the Teller plant
»here j,'"* Sunday for Toledo, Ohio
of the T."* 1 ' a8Rurne * b c management
Uk n.*T° . Socialist, an organ of
Ault in ionri1 Socialist party. Mr.
a >oung socialist of excellent
community and will
«Apscitr • i 8erie tb * Party In his new
ln a capable manner.
F. A. David, of Moscow, was a visitor
in the city this week.
Miss Maud Warren was In the city
this week from Lapwai.
Gus Hardin, of Pomeroy, Washing
ton was in the city this week.
The Episcopal guild met with Mrs.
C. A. Hastings last Wednesday.
C. S. Puntenney and James Brackett
of Lookout are visitors in the city.
Harry Thatcher, of Genesee, is tran
sacting business in the city this week.
The Masonic lodge will meet to
night and will work on three candi
dates.
Inspector S. F. OFallon has return
ed from Boise where he has been on
business.
C. C. Fuller, editor of the Orofino
Optimist, was a business visitor here
yesterday.
W. L. Taylor, of Spokane, a well
known implement man, was in the city
yesterday.
Mirs. R. Denny, of Melrose, is in the
city visiting with her sister, Mrs. E.
L. Russell.
J. S. Williams was a business visi
tor to Dayton, Washington, Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert McKinley, of Spokane,
is in the city visiting her daughter,
Mrs. J. A. Ford.
A. W. Conway, the well known grain
merchant of Culdesac. was here this
week on business.
D. L. Badley, grand secretary of the
Odd Fellows, wag in the city from
Boise Tuesday night.
The new stairway on the Fifth street
grade leading to the Carnegie library
is nearly completed.
R. Ryrle, of Spokane, has gone to
the Camas prairie country to look
over the crop conditions.
Subscribe for the Inter-State News
and get all the local happenings of
the Lewlston -Clarkston country.
George S. Bailey, the mining broker,
' ls,t *ng the Missouri-Idahp mine.
* n the ^^ktande district this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Enos returçed
the first of the week from Colfax and
have gone to Orofino where they will
spend the summer.
Grace H. Johnston was granted a
divorce from R. O. Johnston Tuesday.
Testimony was taken and the decree
granted by Judge Steele.
George A. Smith has returned from
a few days' trip in the Owyhee coun-,
try where he investigated the Bru
neau irrigation enterprise.
William Hyde Stalker and R. W.
Ninneman have gone to the Salmon
river country where they will look
after life insurance business.
Subscribers of this paper will con
fer a favor by calling up phone Main
261 when they know of a news item
of any kind. We intend to publish all
the local news of this section.
In the show window of the Thatcher
& Kling book store there is on dis
play two cub bears which were brought
in yesterday, having been captured in
the North Fork country. The cubs are
three months old.
Miss Maud L. Stowe, who was jour
nal clerk in the house during the leg
islature. has accepted a position with
W. E. Pierce & Co. as stenographer,
and also as a public typewritist. says
the Boise Statesman.
William Siegrist, who recently pur
chased the flouring mill at Lapwai,
was in the city Wednesday. Mr. Sei
grist is from Pomeroy, Washington,
and expects his family to arrive in
a short time to make their future home
at the former place.
George A. Smith, of Lewiston, is in
the city for a few days. Mr. Smith is
one of Nez Perce's solid farmers and
was formerly chairman of the board of
county commissioners of Ids county,
says the Boise News. He is enroute
to inspect the Bruneau lands for him
self and neighbors, and will be ac
companied by P. M. Davis on his trip.
A number of Boise people will join
the party to look over the lands that
are l eing bought under water in the
Bruneau section.
Arbor Day exercises in Idaho will be
held on the 21st of April In every
school district in the state. Much val
uable data has been sent to the teach
ers of each district in the state out
lining a style of program to be follow
ed. Arbor Day is a national event and
is so designated as a day when trees
should be planted to improve the ap
pearance of public grounds. The idea
originated with former Secretary of
Agriculture J. Sterling Morton, whose
hobby was "Plant Trees."
The marriage of Robert Burns, of
Lewiston, and Miss Lucile Krlbbs. of
Dayton. Washington, will be solemniz
ed at high noon Sunday next at the
home of the bride's mother at Dayton
The bride is a most estimable young
lady and is the daughter of Mrs. E.
Kribbs. Mr. Burns is well know n in
this city having been a member of
the firm <|f ' Burns Brothers, photo
graphers. Mrs. Metcalf, mother of
Mr. Burns and his brother Bruce, of
this city, have gone to Dayton to at
tend the wedding. The young couple
will make fheir home in Pendleton,
where the groom is now permanently
in businpw.
Joe Ziver, of Spalding, was a visitor
ijere this week.
John P. Vollmer Is confined to his
home with a severe cold.
Dr. J. J. Herrington, of Gifford, spent
Wednesday ln the city on business.
J. B. Gragg and Mrs. Gragg, of Pe
oria. Illinois, are visiting their niece,
Mrs. W. B. Hamblen.
The Newa wants a correspondent at
every postoffice ln the Clearwater
country and Asotin county.
Colonel W. J. Todd, editor of the
Pierce Miner, and J. Gisel, have re
turned to their homes at Pierce.
Colonel Judson Spofford has gone to
the Camas prairie country on business
connected with the electric line.
H. C. Cullom, special agent of the
local land office, has gone to the Clear
water country on official business.
Miss Luella Clark has returned from
Spokane where she accompanied Mrs.
Pitts Ellis, of Stites, who has entered
the hospital at that point.
Miss Ida Hazelton. a graduate of the
Lewiston Normal and a resident of
Payette, is now employed in the Cen
trai school, of Boise, as teacher.
A. B. Galloway, representing this
Blake, McFall company, paper mer
chants, of Portland, was calling on
the trade ln Lewiston yesterday.
P. O. Rouen, of Canyon, Minnesota,
was an arrival in the city Wednesday.
Mr. Ruen is vice president and a di
rector in the Fargo Mining company
and will remain here all summer.
Major W. C. Langfltt and David B.
Ogden, of Portland, government offi
cers, are in the city on business with
Captain Harry Baughman with refer
ence to the government dredge Wal
lowa.
G. W. Grlmstead, of Forest.. was in
the city Thursday accompanied by h's
sister, who departed the same morn
ing for home In England. The young
lady has been a guest at the Grlni
stead home for several weeks.
The case of J. L. Fen mil & Co. vs.
George Overfleld was up for trial Tues
day afternoon and was decided in fav
or of the defendant. The suit was an
action against the defendant on a com
mission. for a real estate transaction.
J. L. Coan. of Dayton. Ohio, will ar
rive in the city Sunday night to ac
cept a position ln the job department
of the Lewiston Inter-State News. Mr.
Coan is an experienced Artistic Job
printer and for a number of years
was in charge of th eprlnting depart
ment of the National Cash Register
company at Dayton.
The local lodge of Odd Fellows No. S
held a very interesting meeting last
Tuesday night. Grand Secretary D. L.
Badley, of Boise, was present as were
also about tweny visitors from other
lodges. A number of interesting ad
dresses were made by members. At
a late hour refreshments were served.
Mr. Badley came to Lewiston for the
purpose of formulating plans for the
organization of a new Odd Fellows
lodge in this place and we understand
that he Is meeting with good success.
Grand Master Frank Martin, of Boise,
will meet with the lodge next Tuesday
ni^it.
At their meeting held in the Odd
Fellows hall last evening the Forest
ers of America, CoCurt No. 5. dispens
ed with the regular form of business
and held a special sesion. About 60
people were present including a large
number of invited guests. High five
and dancing were Indulged in until a
late hour. A duet by the Misses Ml'
1er proved to be one of the entertain-^
ing features of the evening. As a
whole the affair was a most enjoyable
one und closed at a late hour after all
ppresent had partaken of a delicious
supper, prepared by members of the
order.
Dr. G. N. Blalock returned from
Lewiston yesterday morning where he
went in the interest of the steamer line
to be put on from Lewiston to th
portage railway, says the Walla Walla
t'nlon. A meeting of citizens was call
ed ln Lewiston Thursday and "in a
few minutes *35.000 was subscribed
toward the building of the steamer
line. A plan is also on foot to con
struct an electric line from Lewiston
to Orangeville to be operated in con
nection with the line of steamers.
There is already one tine steamer to
run from from Lewiston to Celiio with
W. P. Gray as captain, and it is ex
pected to put on others at an early
date.
LIFTED FROM A HOG TRAIN
Lewiston Man Apprehended at Mos
cow While En Route to Seattle.
J. Markeshury, formerly employed at
the White Front livery stable, was ar
rested yesterday by Moscow officials
on telegraphic advices from Lewiston
Markeshury was enroute to Seattl '
with a shipment of hogs when taken
in charge, having left here >esterdnv
morning. He is accused of leaving the
state without paying a board 1*11»
which is a felony according to the
Idaho statutes. The complaint was
made by Cuendet & Anderson, local
restaurant men. and Sheriff Foresman
left for Moscow this meaning to take
the prisoner in charge.
HENRY WAX 18 ILL
Now Lying in Portland Hospital Whoro
Underwent Operation.
News reached the city yesterday from
Portland to the effect that Henry Wax
the well known Grangeville merchant,
was lying critically til In a Portland
hospital. Reports are meagre but It
Is understood that Mr. Wax took sud
denly 111 while on the train en route
to Los Angeles where he Is a delegate
from Orangeville lodge to the head
camp of the W. O. W. His condition
was such that it was necessary to re
move him to a hospital when Portland
was reached where an operation waa
performed. Mrs. Wax and a number
of friends are now with Mr. Wax.
Montle Wax. his son, and I. M. Bln
nard, Mrs. Wax's brother, of this city,
are now en route to Portland.
Mr. Wax Is prominent ln public af
fairs In this vicinity and Is one of the
prime movers n the new electric rail
way project.
YOUNG MRS. WINTHROP
Elaborats Costumss and Stags Ssttings
at tha Binnard Opsra Housa.
Young Mrs. Winthrop, a strong so
ciety drama, waa presented for the
first time In Lewiston at the Binnard
Opera house last night by the Keith
stock company. The story of the play
is a beautiful one and Is full of senti
ment and pathos, dealing with the so
cial whirl of a large city. The coa
tumes worn by the members of the
company were elaborate and Is practi
cal evidence that Mr. Del Lawrence,
manager of the company, is determined
to give the people of Lewiston the full
value for thetr money. The play was
by far the strongest yet placed on the
stage by the company. The audience
last night was large and appreciative.
Young Mrs. Winthrop will be produced
again tonight and Saturday night. A
matinee will also be given Saturday.
Tonight one of the features of the spec
ial program will be the apple eating
contest for a prize. A number of en
tries have already been handed in.
Resdy-to-Uss Paint.
Prepared, or ready to use paint, has
slowly but steadily won ltè place and
become the generally used paint of to
day. Its status ln this locality Is well
proved by its wide use ln the last five
years.
''Its success," said a prominent paint
dealer yesterday, "Is due mainly to two
causes. First to the Inherent difficul
ties and disadvantages In buying paint
materials and mixing them by hand;
and second, to the raising of the stand
ard of prepared paints by most man
ufacturers."
"The crude old hand mixing of
paint," he continued," was bound soon
er or later to be displaced by modern
scientific processes—the wonder Is that
the old methods were persisted In so
long in view of the economy and better
results obtained by good prepared
paint.
"The man buying the raw materials
is not in position to test the various
ingredients to make spre that he is
securing the best quality. The large
manufacturer is forced to make car er
fui tests in order to protect^ himself
against being loaded up with Inferior
materials. Then the materials cannot
possibly be combined in so accurate
proportions, the pigment and oil so
thoroughly Incorporated, nor the colors
made so uniform and true when the
quantities aised are largely guessed at
and then mixed with a stick in a tub
or pall as when each ingredient is
weighed and measured, and mixed by
exact formulas and ground ln mills
specially built for the purpose. It Is
hand work against machinery; guess
ing compared with scientific exact
ness."
The dealer further stated that the
convenience of buying and using pre
pared paint appealed to every property
owner. All he had to do was to de
cide on the colors fie wanted and then
get the paints ready to go on his build
ing without the worry or expense of
buying the variou# Ingredients and the
risk of not getting the desired colors.
Asked regarding the position paint
ers took toward prepared paints, the
paint man said: "They take the same
stand I do, they çppnse 'cheap dope'
brands of ready-mixed paints and en
dorse good prepared paint. Several of
the boss painters ln this vicinity give
me strong support in pushing the paint
I sell. They find it easier to apply than
lead and oil. and that It helps them
do a better Job."
In reply to a query regarding the
outlook in the paint trade for this
«firing, he replied. "Never better. We
shall see more painting this spring
than in any previous year."
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Ham and bacon at the Boss market
at 12V4 cents per pound. Lard in five
and ten-pound palls 11 cents. This
stock Is of our own manufacture and
Is the best the market affords. tf
Spring Plowing Dona
If you want your lots plowed and
harrowed in good shape call on Jake
Fhnrroh. Phone 2294; residence 712 G
street. 4-4
Special rataa to the National Con
vention Woodmen of the World and
Woman of Woodcraft, Loo Angolas,
Cal., April 18, 1905. Lowiaton to Loa
Angaiaa and return, $48S0. . Datea of
*ata April 11, 12 and 13, return limit
Juno 10th. For further particulars oall
on or write, C. W. MOUNT, G. A., O.
R. A N., Lewiston, Idaho. 3.28—4-18
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GIDDENS & WATSON
EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN
-MEN'S WEARABLES
BINNARD OPERA HOUSE
I. M. BINNARD, Manager
TONIGHT
The Keith Stock Company
Societjr*Dran»* "YOUNG MRS. WINTHROP" »ÄST
Apple Eating Contest Friday Night.
Matinee Saturday afternoon at 2:30 ... Prices, ix and aoc
Evening prices: 10 c, aoc and 30 c......Seats on aale at the Owl Drag Stove
UNIQUE THEATRE
Polite Vaudeville for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
This theater is on the circuit of the Pacific Coast Amuse
ment Association, booking artists from Chicago to San
Francisco. Open every evening at 7:15." Three / shows
every night.
B» P. Baronin, Mgr.
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* 400 Main Street
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GF0 H Ï AlfF J ewelry* Watches. Silver
tlv A^lX la Id niiM Pnemuinar arts
ware. Engraving and
316 MAIM STREET Repairing
J. H. BETHEL'S
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Railroad Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silver-!
wear, Clocks and Art Goods.
Full Line of N.'P. R. R.
Haviland China. Watch Inspector I
gOF"Phone 2004 , Lewiston, Idaho
THE
Fishing Tackle
we sell was selected
by an experienced
angler. It
Gets the Fish
Ours is the only place that can han
dle Spaulding Bros, sporting goods in
Lewiston.
DENT & BUTLER
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Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co.
v General Mill Work. Clearwater Lime, Ce- '
ment, Lumber in Quarter Sawed Oak, Maple,
Fir, Pine, Tamarac and California Red Wood
The most complete stock and the # ; ;
: Best Equipped Factory in the Inland Empire j
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Lewiston-Clarkston Co.
(Succeeding Lewiston Water and Powar Co.)
Lewiston, Idaho
Water-electric power, all purposes *
Electric Lights in Seven Towns
Manufacturing Sites
Lewiston-Clarkston Bridge
Clarkston Water Wbrl^
Irrigated Fruit Lands
Residence and Business Sites

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