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Stories of Street and Town
Tomorrow is Odd Fellow s Day. JOS. Alexander spent Sunday In Ken drick j H. Shildt spent Sunday with rela tives at l.enore. M a. Means left yesterday tor gtites on business. Chas. Jensen has gone to the Pierce timber belt on business. # Attornej» Frank L. Moore, of Moscow, 1 , in the city on business. C *\V. Filer has returned from a trip %t the Camas Prärie country. ' • The Caecillan will meet this ■ after-.' noon with Mrs. Arthur Stacy. Geo. H. Storer was in Spokane on business this week, returning yester-, m ■ punch and cake served free at the new opening of the old Raymond Sat urday. April 29. Robert Morin and C. C. Miles of Webb Ridge, were in the city Satur day transacting business. C. H. Payne, of the Cash Hardware store, left yesterday on a business trip to the Clearwater country. George Frazier will tomorrow begin to sprinkle district No. 5 which is east of Fifth street on Normal hill. L. F. Williams left yesterday for the mining country to prepare exhibits for shipment to the Portland fair. George W. Welker has purchased Bve acres in the Haynes tract and is building a new residence there. W. B. McFarland, a business man of Coeur d'Alene, was an arrival In the city yesterday to visit relatives. L. C. Gammon, of Pullman, repres enting the Allen, Gilbert, Ramaker Co., was in the city Saturday on business. Mrs. J. I.aird is having a handsome residence erected on her property at the corner of Fifteenth and Idaho streets. Herb Cole, of the Annex, was the lucky winner in the Aldridge suit club laBt Saturday night. Another drawing will take place Saturday night. G. W. Thompson and M. M. Beach have returned from the lower Snake river country where they have been looking over their realty interests. The Lewiston-Grangeville electric line project has established offices In the Weisgerber building where C. F. Osmers, Lewiston manager, may be found. B. Frank Smith, the Snake river fruit man. was In from his ranch at Knoxwal last Saturday. Mr. Smith reports that he will have a full fruit crop this year. Fred Roth, a wholesale liquor man, of Walla Walla, was in the city for several days last week and left today with Ben Gruhs for a trip to the Camas prairie country. Fred M. Hlnkley. of Clarkston. and C. W. Mount, general agent of the 0. R. & N., visited the Camas Prärie country during the latter part of last week on business. The exparte contest case of Roy Rains vs. Tonne Hemm was heard at the local land office yesterday and Mr. Rains gets possession of a valuable tract of land in the Weippe country. J. L. Armstrong .is In Jullac-tta where he Is looking after his business inter ests. Mr. Armstrong will prepare a home for his family In Juliaetta and will move to that place within the next month. W. A. Ragsdale will' open a feed barn In a few days at the corner of C and Sixth stret sand will make a specialty of feeding timothy hay and •oats and give best of care to stock left in his charge. The band concert rendered Saturday •evening by the Lewiston Miliary band was greatly enjoyed by a large crowd and from the enthusiastic applause from the listeners the concert was fully U P to the standard of excelence main tained In the past. The basket ball game at the Normal Saturday between the Wasps and the Pennies resulted in a victory for the Wa »ps In a score of 10 to 1. The game was most interesting and many bril liant plays were made. Miss Genevieve Vollmer was referee of the game. It is reported that Hon. Willis Sweet, former attorney general of Porto Rico, will settle in New York City where * *5* will open offices and practice law. Mr. Sweet is well known In Idaho hav in 6 represented this state In congress M one time and for many years was a resident of Moscow. Pfed Hogrellus is In the clay from timber claim on the North fork and remain here several days. He re ^sutly suffered from a strain in the •ok and is here seeking medical as sistance. He expects to return shortly an< i complete the work of getting out Is timber and a 1 ig drive will be made t0 Lewiston. The faculty and students of the •°rtna| are contemplating an outing uring the next month. The outing 1 take the form of a basket picnic win be a river trip to Grande . °n the steamer "Mountain ■ picnic will tak£ the place v " e Id day which has been In ***** in the past and the faculty 18 to make these picnics an an nua * event 8. P. F itzgerald was in Orofino on business yesterday. Robert Jones and William Jones, of Orangeville, are in the city. P. R. Bevis. of Be vis Bros., has gone to the reservation country. Fred Glenn has gone to the Clear water country on business. Mrs. F. B. Willis visited with her sister at Jutiaetta Sunday. C. H. Oarby, receiver of the local land office, was In Moscow over Sun day. A concrete sidewalk is being put down In front of the Imperial block this week. Mr ®. C. O. Clark has gone to Latah, Washington, to visit with friends a short time. Opening of the Raymond Grill Sat urday evening from 7 to 10. Music by the orchestra. . I F. B. Reed, the real estate man, re- j turned from a business trip to Port land Friday evening. J C. H.Baldwin, the well known attor ney has returned from an extended visit to Welser, Idaho. Rev. Wm. Lattimore, of the Presby terian church, has returned from a short trt l > to Pendleton. The annual commencement exercises at the Normal will take place June 11 and continue through the 14th. Edward Griffin and family left this morning for a two months visit to Mr. Griffin's old home at Lincoln. Neb. Captain W. P. Gray, of the Moun tain Gem. is ln Coeur d'Alene City vis iting with his family for a few days. Janies King, of Walla Walla Walla, arrved In the city yesterday en route to Orangeville to visit with his rela tives. J. O'Keefe, secretary and manager of the Asotin Land and Irrigating com pany, of Cloveland, was a busines vis itor in the city a few dàys ago. The Federal Development company, a Washington, D. C., corporation, has appointed Henry L. Abstein, of Lew iston. as statutory agent, says the Boise News. E. J. Thurber, of the Lewiston broom factory, has returned from the vicinity of Penawawa where he has been su perintending the seeding of 400 acres of broom corn. J. Chambers was confined to his house a few days this week by a fall which severely wrenched his leg which was broken about three years ago and which has never entirely been strong. O. A. Bonebrake and wife of Grange ville are registered at the Raymond and will leave in a few days for Hot Lake. Oregon, where Mr. Bonebrake goes to be treated for the rheuma tis,m ' I Louis Cuendet, late of the firm of j Cuendet & Anderson, will conduct the cafe at the Raymond House and the formal opening is fixed for next Satur day night. Mr. Cuendet is well known to the trade, having catered to the public successfully for some years. Judge Steele has sentenced A. E. Robinson to serve one year in the state penitentiary. Robinson was tried and convicted last Wednesday of forging the name of Sanford Evans to a check for $16. Robinson's plea was that he was Intoxicated at the time and did not realize what he was doing. There are eight prisoners In the county jail and one of'them a woman, a Chinese woman the wife of a mer chant who being out of business when the inspector called could not give his wife the protection that the law would otherwise allow and she will probably be deported. - The first cream was received at the Commercial creamery company yester day but not In quantity enough to set the big churns going. It w ill probably be the last of the week before the first butter is turned out as most of the cream sent In is sweet cream. Ice cream from this company is now on the market. Both teams are practicing hard for the hall game next Sunday at the high school grounds in which the butchers and clgarmakers will meet the clerks of the city'. The fame promises to be interesting in every way. Knives, pis tols, meat axes, clubs and other Im plements have been barred from the game but it is understood that the umpire will wear a coat of mail. Spokane lodge of Elks, through its district deputy exalted ruler. N. E. Nuzem. has sent an invitation to the Lewiston lodge, through District De puty Exalted Ruler G. W. Temple, to be present at the reception to be given by the Spokane lodge to Grand Exalted Ruler W. J. O'Brien, who will be in that city May 8. A number of Elks from the local lodge will be In attend ance. Nash Wayland left the city yester day for Grangevllle »here he will load; a pack train with supplies for Thun der mountain. He and his father open ed a store in Roosevelt last year and the stock will be sent in by trail this summer. The first pack train will go in from Orangeville and the next from Stltes but the remainder of the season the new road from Emmett w ill be available and all supplies for the dis trict will be sent over that route. Geqrge H. Nehrhood has returned from a business trip to Portland. D. J. McGUvery and Mrs. McGUvery were in Spokane this week. Lewiston lodge No. 8, I. O. O. F. will confer work on candidates tonight. George B. Clark Saturday purchased from George D. Riggs 70 acres of farm land near Waha. Mrs. H. Wax and Mis Anna Blnnard will leave for Grangevllle during the laflst of the week. C. H. Edwards and Mrs. Edwards have gone to the Clearwater country for a few days visit. John Wilkinson, Jack Ponting and G. D. McLeod have gone to the North fork country to fish for a few days. John P. Vollmer and daughter. Miss Norma, accompanied by Miss Shearer, ,eft Sunday morning for Spokane, J. A. Bradley, postmaster and mer chant at Aantone, was In the ftlty last Friday looking after busines matters, John T. Graham, manager of the Lewiston Foundry and Machine Works has returned from a busines strip to Chicago. M. M. Oylear, a business man, and W. J. Pegg. editor of the Leland Sen tinel, were arrivals In the city last evening from Leland. J. E. Nelson left yesterday for the Camas prairie country on a business trip in the interests of the Lewiston Merc-antaile company. Nash Wayland, of Roosevelt, was In the city last week visiting friends. Mr. Wayland with his parents were resi dents of Lewiston in the latter eighties, Louis Cherrier, of the Lewiston Meat Market, left this morning for Wallace to look after his Interest in the O'Pea chee mine In that section. He will be absent several days. Ham and bacon at the Boss market at 12 Vi 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 Miss Add if Freeman, clerk In the local postoffice, has been ^elected by business men of Lewiston as a con testant In the Spokesman-Review con test for a trip to the Portland fair. W. L. Ritchey of Pullman was an arrival in the city yesterday and will go to the Wild Goose rapids mining district where he will spend the sum mer developing his mining property. You can secure your tickets for the After Easter ball which will be given under the auspices of Laurel Chap ter O. E. S. at the Masonic Temple Fri day night, at the Owl Drug store. "Rube'' Robbins, traveling guard of the Idaho penitentiary, arrived in the city yesterday and left on the boat this morning having E. A. Rlbinson in I charge. Robinson goes up to spend a j year for forgery. A. W. Kroatinger, of the Temple theater, has closed a contract with the Richards & Mohr minstrel show to play a week inHhe city. The company as a whole is a good organization and will have a change of program each night. W. P. Hurlbut. president of the Commercial Trust company, will re turn home today after an absence In the east of nearly a year. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Hurlbut who went east a short time ago to meet him. Manager McGrane, at' the Raymond, is sparing no pains to have the new opening of the Raymond Grill Satur day evening a pronounced success. Din ner will be served a la carte from -7 till 10 and the orchestra has been en gaged for the evening. Laurel Chapter O. E. S. is preparing to give a grand ball at the Masonic Temple F'riday night. The proceeds derived from the ball w;ill be devoted to securing new paraphenalla for the ordçr to replace that lost in the burn ing of the old Masonic hall last win ter. The Christian Endeavor society is planning an excursion on the steamer Mountain Gem for a trip up the Snake river on Mny 6. The excursion will be to the mouth of the Grande Ronde and possibly to the Wild Goose rapids The tickets will be $1.25 for the round trip and special rates will be made to families. Dennis Holland Is making a number of further improvements In his Hotel De France property. He Is having the storage room painted and a large new plate glass window is being placed In the north end of the hotel proper. Fair & Thompson have just com pleted a handsome set of photographic views which were made to order for the Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co., show ing that firm's planing mill property, offices and views of other enterprises the firm is interested in. Sunday was the occasion for a re union of the members of the Isaac Mounce family t<> celebrate his 81st birthday. The reunion was held at the residence of George Ruddle on Sixth | avenue and art elaborate dinner was nerved in honor of the occasion. There were 54 members of Mr. Mounce's fam ily present among the number being j the following: J. L. Goodnight and fam ' ily. of Genesee; William Ruddle and j family, of Culdesac; and J. S*. Mounce ; and Family. Even Mounce and family i and Lafe Mounce and family, of Lew I iston. M. L. Smith and Mrs. Smith have returned from a brlöf visit to Spo kane. » Mrs. Geo. Rummens and Sister, Misa Steen, were visiting in the city last Saturday. The Eagles lodge will meet tonight and give the degree work to several candidates. Chas. Swendlch, of Ilo, was In the city this week as a witness In the district court. President McLean, of the U. of !.. was in the city Sunday from Moscow visiting with friends. A. Sempert was" \n the city Saturday from Forest and Harpster where he has business interests. Louis Smith, the Camas prairie min ing man, left yesterday for Spokane on a short business trip. Myers St Neyland are having a new coat of paint placed on the exterior of their hardware store on Main atreet. M. T. Bish, a prominent farmer of Woodslde, was among the visitors to Lewiston the latter part of last week. Contractor Seldl was awarded the contract for the construction of a handsome residence for W. L. Gifford on Normal hill near the high school. Captain E. H. Works was In the city Sunday with his family. He is now engaged In superintending the construction work of the steamer Lew iston at Riparia. G. C. Goldman has added some new improvements to his up to date meat market by placing bars In front of the refrigerator counter to protect the glass from damage. G. W. Woterlng Is adding more shelving to his store and will put In a large stock of groceries a£>d will hereafter occupy all the building, part of which was formerly used for a sta tlonery store. Mark Means has. gone to Orofino where he will arrange for the closing out of his general store at that place. He will continue to operate his bank ing institution there which has been in existence about four years. Mac H. Harbaugh received his com mission as deputy game warden yes terday and will begin at once the du ties of his office. He Is ready with a supply of licenses and contemplates a vigorous enforcement of the law in every particular. Petitions are again being circulated which will be sent to Washington ask ing the postoffice department to estab lish a daily stage mail service bteween Lewiston and Pomeroy. Before the ad vent of the railroad In this section all eastern and coast' mall came to Lewis ton via stage from Pomeroy. The two games of baseball played Friday and Saturday between the Lew iston Normal team and the Pullman team resulted In a victory both times for the visitors. The Pullman team has a strong aggregation this year and are in excellent condition. The Normal team Is improving rapidly and promise to put up some good games during the balance of the season. Colonel Allan Miller, state Immigra tion commissioner, who is in north Idaho, has written Governor Gooding to the effect that the northern counties are rapidly falling Into line on the proposition to Issue an Idaho book for Portland fair purposes, containing brief descriptions of the resources of all the counties that go into the movement, says the Boise Statesman. The new marble saw just made for Geo. H. Rester Is being tested today at the yards of the Lewiston Granite and Marble Works on East Main street and if in good condition will be ship ped to the Kester quarries on the up per Snake river on Thursday's steamer. D. CafTery is having a, new cement sidewalk placed In front of his busi ness house on Main street. The Mountain Gem will not make the trip to Pittsburg Landing as was recently announced owing to the dan ger encountered to the craft In making such a trip. It was the purpose of the lessee of the steamer to go there In order to secure a shipment of ore from the Great Eastern mine owned by Sen ator Eckert and associates. The stock holders in the boat company, however, objected to the run being made In view of the danger. The Idaho Brick company has been Incorporated with a capital stock of $50.600 divided Into 50,000 shares of the par value of $1 each. The paid up capital is $26,000. which has been sub scribed for by the following Incorpora tors and directors of the company: L. I.. Haynes, Abbie R. Haynes. B. F. Taylor. C. F. Allen. E. D. Thomas. Ar ticles of incorporation were filed with the county recorder yesterday. The company will manufacture pressed brick and will at once erect kilns east of Lewiston on the Haynes tract. The clay there has been tested and Is found to be of a superior quality. The butchers of Lewiston will cel ebrate the Fourth of July In a most fitting style. A picnic is now being arranged which will be held at Delsol park and from the preparations that are under way the event will be one of the pleasantest of the year. A special program Is being prepared and one of the special features will be a sheep killing contest in which a number of entries have already been made. There will be a ball game In the afternoon as well as all kinds of sports and fire works and a dance In the evening is | part of the program. An effort will be made to have the Northern Pnciflc run an excursion train every hour during the day to and from the park. The day will start off with a big parade which starts at 7 o'clock. L. Stannus, an Orofino business man. Is In the city. Dr. B. L. Coles, of Culdesac. was an arrival In the city this morning. E. A. Forward Is putting in a new sidewalk at his new home on Wellman street. Dan Cafffery is putting In a cement walk in front -of his store on East Main street. C. C. Fuller, editor of the Orofino Optimist, was an arrivât In the city this morning from Orofino. , P. R. Kelsey, the mining man, arriv ed in the city this morning from the Newsome Creek mining district. Judge C. M. Stearns, chairman of the republican county central commit tee, is in the city from Nesperce. E. P. Waring had one of hta fingers broken while working at the Nigger at Parkin St Dressers' mill the other day. It is understood that the contract for the new Idaho Trust building was let last evening and that F. X. LeDoux, the contractor who built the Lewiston Cold Storage building, was the suc cessful bidder. Work will begin as soon as the papers are signed up. s Wt carry a nice, of Grooarias in Furnishing Goods. Drop in and lat* ns maka you Prices. We wfll deliver them in a urinate W. R. WYATT No. 450 Main Street •eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee« eeesoeeeeea COLD STORAGE MARKET C. C. GOLDMAN, Prop. Try the Ne* Peres Special Hans, Lard Only Brand ça the Market : Opposite Poetoflice Phone 4SI BINNARD OPERA HOUSE I. M. BINNARD, Manager TONIGHT * The Keith Stock Company The Greatest Romantic Drama Ever Wntteo The Count of Monto Cristo NEW SCENERY, NEW COSTUMES; LARGE CAST To be followed by a great Comedy—Watch for the name. # A Dollar Show to-ao-Soc Matinee Saturday afternoon at 3:30 - - . Prices tx and MC Evening price*: 10c, aoc and 30c. - - - . Seats on aale at the Owl Drug Stars UNIQUE THEATRE Polite Vaudeville for Ladles. 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. * E. P. Baritum, Mgr. 400 Main Street : »♦♦•• Min i m nm Railroad Full Li Haviland 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 Lewston. DENT & BUTLER OL Æ Hi tr GEO. H. LAKE 316 MAIN STREET Repairing :: ^ Mrs. Metcalf.has returned from Day ton where she has been visiting rela tives. James Morrow expects to leave this afternoon for his mines In the' Pierce district. The Rayofond Grill wtU be opened Saturday, April il, and dinner served between the hours of 7 and 10. Mrs. J. D. C. Thlesen Is having a bay window built on the west ride of their residence oh East Main attest. W. C. Foresman, editor end publisher of the Nesperce Herald, was an arri val in the city this morning from Nes perce to attend the meeting of the ex ecutive committee of the repnbUohn county central committee. He la ac companied by his daughter, who wtU visit with the family of C. A- Fores man. Wednesday is the 86th anniversary of Odd Fellowship in America and the local lodges of the order are prepar ing to celebrate the event with a short program and a banquet for Odd Fel lows and their families. Lewiston lodge No. S was instituted IS years ago and is one of the strongest lodges of the order In the state.