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I ...... I 4 *«♦♦ ♦ ■ DAYTON GIRL BECOMES BRIDE Mis« Lucile Kriba la the Wife of Rob ert Burna. Dayton. Wash., April 20.—Robert Burns, of Pendleton, Oregon, and Miss Lucile Kribs, of Dayton, were married at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. A. H. Kribs. here Sunday at high noon. The wedding was a particularly pretty one, the house being beautifully deco rated with flowers and potted plants, and the bridal party stood under a flo ral arch. Miss Etma Eager was brides maid. and Bruce Burns, of Pullman, a brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Burns were serenaded by their friends Sunday night. They left today for Pendleton, where they will make their home. The bride is the ypungest daughter of Mrs. A. H. Kribs and has lived In Dayton a number of years. Mr. Burns is the senior member of the firm of Burns Bros., which has photograph gal leries in various towns in the inland e aplre. He is manager of the Pen dleton gallery. SELL BROME GRASS SEED Colfax Firm Ships It to All Parte of the Union. Colfax, Wash., April 20.—The Colfax Implement company has sold 2,200 pounds of home grown brome grass seed to a firm in Portland, Oregon. Many tons of this seed has been sold by Whitman county producers, who Bupply a large area with the seed each year. It has been but a few years since brome grass was first introduced Into this section and as high as $li per bushel was paid for the seed. Now the farmers of Whitman county are ■ending the seed to all parts of the United States and Canada. J. S. Klemgard. of near Pullman, has been supplying the department of agricul ture at Washington, D. C.. with brome grass seed and the department highly complimented the seed produced in this section. The Colfax Implement com pany has sold seed this year in Iowa, Kansas. Nebraska, Oregon and Cali fornia. A. F. Narver. the Big Bend rancher charged with stealing five head of cat tle from J. W. Morton, of Colfax, was arraigned In the superior court and entered a plea of not guilty. His trial was set for May 23. He was released on 1500 cash bonds. Peter MeOregor, of Pampa, a mem ber of the firm of Mcflregor Bros., "sheep kings," was in Colfax today. Mr. MeOregor says sheep shearing will begin at their ranch tomorrow and that the sheep are in fine condition. The lambing season is about over and the crop of lambs was up to the aver age. OAKE8DALE DECIDES TO PAVE Work of Improving 8trosts Will Bo Started at Once. Oakesdale, Wash., April 19.—At the meeting of the city council last night, after listening to a spirited discussion by the taxpayers relative to paving the streets, the council voted unani mously for the paving. Mr. Strange, a heavy taxpayer, was practically the only one that objected seriously, and hinted at restraining orders, but the majority of the people owning abut ting property were favorable to the project. John 'Wilton, a farmer living eight miles west of town and who is a property owner, signified his approval of going ahead with the work. The council voted to purchase the tract of ground from E. H. Hanford on East Steptoe avenue, provided the rock was of the kind that could be used satisfactorily in the work. Work will commence at once. FRUITGROWERS WILL MEET* Whitman County Poopl* Will Form As sociation at Colfax. Colfax. Wash.. April 20.—A call has been Issued for a mass meeting of the fruit growers of Whltmun county to be held in the courthouse on Saturday. April 29. at 11 o'clock. The purpose of the meeting Is to form a fruit grow ers' association for this county, for mutual benefit and to promote the in terests of the grower«. Every fruit grdwer In the county Is Invited to at tend. The call Is signed by T. R. Tnn natt. E. H. Hanford. G. M. Witter. W. R. Morrison. J. A. Walters. R. C. Mc Crookey, W. L. La Follette and J. T. Woody. There has been heavy frost several nights recently and fears for the fruit ► ♦♦♦4 hMH i Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co. 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 crop were entertained bby many. In quiry develops the belief among farm ers and fruit growers that little dam age has been done by recent frosts. J. L Canutt is in town today from his ranch on Penewawa creek, and when asked if fruit had been damaged in that olacilty. said: "No damage has been done. There have been several heavy frosts but the fruit has not been injured on the low lands and I think that little domage has been done on the uplands, where the fruit was not so far advanced. Cherries are in full bloom with us and only a very few of the blossoms on the tops of the trees were injured. The prospects for a big fruit crop in our locality is excellent." SPECIAL WORK FOR TEACHERS Pullman College Will Hold Summer Science School. Pullman, April 20.—The state col lege at Pullman will hold a summer science school for teachers during the coming vacation. The renewal of this plan, which was carried out so suc cessfully some years ago. gives good opportunities to teachers throughout the state. The coming session will of fer a large eirriculum of jidvanced courses. The school will open on Mon day, June 26, and continue till the first of August. Tuition will be free. So long ago as the summer of 1900 the summer science school for teachers was established at the college, very successful sessions being held during that and the succeeding summer. As many as 25 city and town superintend ents and principals were in attendance the first year, and the total enrollment reached 188. Financial considerations led to the omission of the school dur ing the succeeding years until the present. The conviction, however, that it was unwise policy -on the part of the state to have »o large and expensive a plant as that included in the labora tories, libraries, buildings, apparatus, etc., idle for 25 per cent of the time, the further consideration that the legal obligations resting upon the college to train teachers, especially teachers of science, and to further in every way the application of education to indus trial pursuits, and the knowledge of the fact that the only opportunities of large numbers of teachers to secure such training is to be found during their summer vacation, has led to the determination to make this a perman ent feature of the college and to main tain the plant In operation at least six weeks In every summer. In addition to the regular work of the summer school, for which no tui tlnn will be charged, a school will be conducted at Pullman, on private ac count. by ex-State Superintendent C. W. Bean. County Superintendent elect Showalter, of Whitman county, and Principal Henry, of Pulouse. for which a smull charge will be made, and in which teachers man obtain Instruction in certain lines. The registrar, state college. Pullman, Wash., will supply detailed information on application. Will Start a Gorman Paper. Ritxvillc. Wash.. April 20.—Julius Siemens, the real estute man. with William Rohr, of Spokane, have de cided to start a German weekly news paper in this city. As soon as their material arrives they will issue the in itial number. A Marked liter****. There are 37 national banks in Washington. On the 14th of March the Individual deposits in them aggre gated 134.753,859, an increase in two months of almost 11,200,000. Their loans and discounts amounted to $25, 207,465. an Increase In two months of $850.000. Their total resources were $49,050,065, In Increase In two months of about $1.500,000. Their circulation was $1.707.230. U. of I. vo. Whitman. Walla Walla. Thursday, April 20.— Walla Walla Is to lie well supplied with good baseball this week. It was definitely decided by telegraph yester day that the University of Idaho will be here from Moscqw today to play Whitman for the first inter-collegiate game of the year. They will arrive on the afternoon O. R. & N. truln and will play on the college g'rounds at 4 o'clock. LOOK OVER ROUTE OF NEW ROAD Potlatch Lumbar Co. Mart Gathor at Paloua*. Pa Inure, Wash.. April 20—Yesterday noon nine stockholders and officials of the Potlatch Lumber company arrived here. They were in conference at thei company's oflice during the afternoon! and late in the evening. The party '■ drove this morning up the Pa louse j river into the timber to look over the Rurvev for the new railroad. Twenty- Î five million dollars were represented in the party, composed of the following, men: William H. Laird. F. H. That cher, Henry Turrish. C. A. Weyerhnu ser. William Musser. C. R. Musses. J. R. Wilkinson, of Minneapolis; William Deary, of Spokane, the company's western manager, and Mr. Chapman, manager of the Boise mill. The conference of the officials thus i far has been secret, but it Is reported that they are planning for the doub ling the mill capacity at this city and also the building of a large mill east of this place on the river. The offi cials. however, did express a desire to have the new Washington. Idaho and Montana railroad completed as soon as possible. The mill at this city- is sawing ties for the road. The eon-1 tract has been let for the ties outside the city limits. EXPERT SUBMITS HISJEPORT Shows Shortage of Delinquent Taxes Collected—Council Hon ors Late Henry Wax At the adjourned session of the city council Tuesday night Victor M. Smith, special accountant, who has been in the employ of the city for some time past to expert the books of the city, submitted a report showing a defleien sy in the delinquent tax roll funds col lected during the period between July 1900, and July, 1904, which was dur ing the incumbency of S. L. McFar land as city attorney. The report shows the amounts collected by Mr. McFarland together with the amounts turned into the city treasury, leaving a discrepancy in favor of the city. Mr. McFarland was advised of the nature of the report and appeared be fore the council stating that he de sired time to personally inspect the tax rolls and compare them with his private books and receipts. The coun cil made a> demand for the payment of the sum said to be short and gave Mr. McFarland until Friday night to make his comparison and appear at the council. During the session the council adopt ed the following resolution of respect to the memory of the late Henry Wax, former mayor of Grangeville, who was burled In this city Wednesday even ing: Whereas, This entire section of Ida ho has sustained a loss through the death of Henry Wax. late mayor of Grangeville, whose business enterprise and broad public spirit made his in fluence felt and appreciated throughout the state: And. Whereas. He was during his lifetime more closely and Intimately associated and identified with the life and people of this community than with any other except his home city: And. Whereas. His wide acquaint ance and intimate associations in this city have made his death a personal loss to this community. Now. Therefore he it resolved by the Common Council of th? City of Lew iston, Idaho: That we tender our sincers sympathy to his bereaved family in their af flietton, and that we extend our con dolence to the city of Grangeville upon Its loss of an able, fearless, patriotic executive. That as a mark of our esteem we rec ommend that the business houses in this city be closed for one hour, from 5 to 6 o'clock, on April 19, during the ceremonies. That a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to the family of Henry Wax to the clerk of the city of Grangeville. and thnt the same be published in the newspapers of this city. Passed and approved this the 18th day of April. 1905. C. G. KREBS. Mayor. JNO. E. NICKERSON. City Clerk. To Cura a Cold in Ono Day Take Laxativ. Bromo Quinino Tab lets. All druggist« refund the money If It fall* to cure. E. W. Grove's signa ture la on each box. 25c. tf Ham <tnd bacon at the Boss market <t 12H cents per pound. Lard In five ind ten-pound palls 11 cents. This *tock Is cf our own manuiacture 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 Sharroh. Phone 2294; residence 712 G street. 4-4 Special rates to tho National Con vention Woodman of tho World and Woman of Woodcraft, Los Angoloe, Cal., April 18, 1905. Lewiston to Lo* Angolas and return, $48.80. .Dates of ialo April 11, 12 and 13, return limit Juno 10th. For Jurthar particulars call on or writ*, C. W. MOUNT, G. A., O. R. A Nr, Lawiatan, Idaho. 3.28—4-18 e a 6 Laxa Take This pm* 13 Seven Out of Town Orders Executed Prompt'v now_______ « . , —. f* 100110 I 69 COlTIDäflV 36 g MA|N JT The best coffees and teat and finest line of Crockery in the city. For Fine Shoe Repairing Bring your work to BROO Basement Lewiston National Bank H. T. MADGWICk Contractor «Builder LEWISTON IDAHO The Mint BAKER & SMITH, Proprietor* Choice liquors, wines, brandies and cigars. A club room in connection. Clark Building, Main street. DONT FORGET BROWNELL He Makes and Sells FRESH CANDIES 232 Main St. Lewiston ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Lewiston Abstract Company JAY WOODWORTH, Manager Bonded Abstractors for Nee Perce County ROOM 3, VOLLMIR BLOCK Dray and Express W. E. MATHEWS, Proprietor. Order« Promptly Attended to Call and lave orders THATCHER A KLING. Tal. 111. MALLORY & LYDON LIVERY, FEED ANi) HACK STABLE First class Rigs and careful drivers at all hours of the day or night. Corner C and Fourth streets. Bam Phone 171 Hack office Phon« 2*71 ■4-4-MH » ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ■ H 4444 * »♦♦♦♦♦♦ * 4 **W «444 ■44444 H»44 44 * HI ■H444 I ►♦444*44 HM-H THE BEST PRINTING UR BUSINESS is fine printing. If you arc planning a catalogue, booklet, announcement, circular or any matter designed to pro mote your business, our services will be valuable to you. We have the men and the materials to do the best printing. Our type faces are up to the minute and we are constantly making additions to our plant. Our workmen produce better results because they use their brains as well as their hands. Add to this the fact that our prices are right and you have a combination that is irresistible. CJ Sam ples and estimates furnished on any work worthy of special attention. Call at our office or ring up 261, we'll call. TELLER PUBLISHING CO. ♦♦ ♦♦«mu ►♦♦♦ ♦i l "M-* HM* No Fraud in Ibis î Investigate our Coal We handle ROSLYN and CLE ELUM. While this weather lasts you may de pend on being supplied promptly. Lewiston Fuel & Ice Co. 'Phon« 1761. California Wine House \ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Tho plaça to got your winoo and liquor* for family or madieinal m. Call and axamin* our good* and prie** bafora buying ataawhara. Good* felly, erred to any part of tho city. 'Phona It Savinas soften the Pillow o*o* a*o«a>o*t*o»o*o«o*o«o« o*a*o« o«a*o»o*e«o*e*i ♦ a 4 ♦ ♦ T * There is better sleep by night and better * cheer by day in the family whose head 4 has a savings account. We receive sav | ings deposits. 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