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IRRIGATION CONGRESS TO MEET
National Congre** Will Meet at Port land Next Month.—Prominent Leaders to Be Present. Portland. Ore.. July 17.—One of the most important of the many gatherings In Portland this summer will be the meeting of the National Irrigation Congress next month. Through in creased interest in matters pertaining to Irrigation, the .«.-ope of the congress has been so enlarged that the work of the forthcoming session will he sys tematized by dividing it into live sec tions, each conducted by a chairman recognized a« an eminent authority in his line. In the various sections information will be dispensed regarding the in creasing of production by Irrigation in the humid as well as in the arid sec tions; forestry problems in New Kng land and along the Appalachian chain, as well ns along the Rocky and Sierra Nevada mountains; engineering ap plied to protect from devastation by floods; drainage of the submerged areas: directing and conducting the water to «its most beneficial use; clima tology with special reference to the service of the weather bureau through out the I'nited States, and colonization of new areas developed through irriga tion. The respective sections will he pre sided over by the following leaders: 1 »restry. Gifford PInchot. bureau of forestry, Washington, D. C. ; produc tion by irrigation. Dr. A. C. True, ex periment station director. Washington. D. C. ; engineering and mechanics, Frederick H. Newell, reclamation ser vice, Washington. D C.; climatology, H. K. Williams. weather bureau, Washington. D. C.; rural settlement, Charles W. Eberloin, land agent South ern Pacific land department. San Francisco. Going for a Drive? If you are get a Rig at the Boss Livery Feed & Sale Stable Good Rigs, aud Careful Drivers. We Buy and Sell Hcrses. 24 C Street, Lewiston, Idaho - Phone 956 »♦♦♦«•»♦♦♦# M | H »♦ ♦II I I I »♦» »Ml »♦+, MMMH *♦♦♦!♦♦< M-MH »♦» » hWH United States Smelting Co SALT LAKE CITY UTAH Lead and Copper Ores THE UNITED STATES SMELTING COMPANY is now in the mar ket for all kinds of lead and copper ores at PRICES FAVORABLE TO SHIPPTRS. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO Salt Lake City« Utah CONSIGN ALL SHIPMENTS AS KOLLOWS: United States Smelt ing Co.. BINOHAM JUNCTION. UTAH. When shipment la made please NOTIFY US PROMPTLY and If PUBLIC SAMPLER la pre ferred, DESIGNATE WHICH ONE also designate ONE ASSAYER. J. H. BETHEL'S -FOR Railroad Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silver- i wear, Clocks and Art Goods. Full Liue of Haviland China. N. P. R. R. Watch Inspector ! 'Phone 2004 , Lewiston, Idaho MM-H -0-H Lewis & Clark Expo IBE WEST SURE INN is a newly opened private rooming house* modern and well located and solicits the patronage of LEWISTON î CLARKSTON - in general Best » *-efer ences in Lewiston Write for Engagements ahead 50c 75c and $1.00 a Day MRS. CARRIE STEVENS 208 14th St - - Portland. Oregon ! ♦♦ i ni ii i ii im In the engineering and mechanics section will be held a gathering of the fieid engineers of the government hav ing charge of work on the great enter- : îirises being carried forward under ; supervision of the reclamation service, j and those yet to be taken up and ap proved scattered throughout fourteen j states and territories. Not only will delegates have the chance to discuss J features of the work with engineers en gaged in the respective locatlities. but | they will also have access to the ela- j boarte and comprehensive exhibit of I the reclamation service bureau in the government building at the Lewis and Clark exposition. This exhibit con tains many models, photographs and other features showing the magnitude of the work undertaken by the recla mation service. X Ray Development. Berlin. July 17.—Pome astonishing! developments ln X ray photography are reported by Professor Rieder and Dr. Joseph Rosenthal. of Munich. These tw-o scientists have been collabo rating in X ray work and declare that they have succeeded in obtaining in less than a second of time X ray pho tographs of the human chest, the pa tient ceasing to breathe meanwhile. Having proceeded thus far, they sought to fake pictures of the human heart between Its beats, as it was found that the beating of that organ Impaired the exactness of the photographs. Having first of all accurately guaged the time elapsing between the beats, they, by the use of the most sensitive films procurable, and the strongest possible X rays, obtained good photographs in one-tenth of a second. It had not hitherto been thought possible to take such photographs. American Mother-General Washington. D. C.. Julv 17 . has been received here from France 0 f the election of Mother Mary Doma tilla Larose as mother-general of the xuns of the Good Shepherd. This event places another "religious" born on this «mio öf the Atlantic at the head of one of (he most numerous and widespread orders of the Roman Catholic church, Mother Jlomatilla is a native of Can ada . „he is 57 years old; she joined the , order of the Good Shepherd in Montreal in her eighteenth year and a f( er filling various offices of import arn-e there she was sent to South America and spent some years at Lima. She was then called to France and made first assistant to the mother genernl. In this capacity she made an inspection tour of the convents of the order, which took her almost round the world. SELLS BARLEY FARM FOR $20,000 of Juliaatta Agriculturist Dispose* Fine Pice« of Property. Jullaettrt. Idaho. July 16.—Mr. Bai ley has sold his fine 500 acre farm on Fix ridge to an eastern party for $40 an acre or a total sum of $20,000. Mr. Ralley has not decided upon what he will <lo in the future. The farm la one | of the best on the ridge and has been ] owned by Mr. Bailey since the country was first settled up. One hundred and sixty acres form his original home stead. and for the balance It Is estimat ed he has paid an average of $10 an acre. He owned the farm free of all Incumbrances. The Jviliaetta band met Friday night and reorganized for the coming year, with R. H. Porter retained again as director. The band will be larger and better than ever before. Mrs. Peter Desgranges has sold her home In town to Mr. Garrett, who re cently came from Nezperce City, for $1000. Two years ago Mrs. Desgranges paid $550 for the place. Idaho Butter Law. A. F. Hill, state food dommissioner, has sent out a letter calling attention to the requirements of the new law governing the labeling of butter wrap pers. Portions of the law are as fol lows: "All butter sold or offered for sale within the state shall have the name of the manufacturer and the place of manufacture stamped upon the label." Each package of butter must have the actual number of ounces the package t-ontains. Each square or roll of but ter sold or exposed for sale which is represented to contain one pound must weigh full 16 ounces, and two pound rolls must weigh 32 ounces. Butter packed In tubs must be labeled "Tub Butter." The above applies to all but ter. whether from dairy, creamery or ranch. The law also prohibits the use of eoal tar dye coloring material. Mr. Hitt will Insist that butter makers pro vide themselves with printed wrappers or a rubber stamp of suitable size, with which to fulfill the requirements of the law. "No butter maker." says the com missioner. "will he ashamed to brand his butter, anil he cannot help but see that a nice, clean-cut attractive brand will help sell his butter, just the same ns a nice, fancy brand helps to sell other goods. The aim of the law is to raise the standard for dairy products and give the producer a chance to pro tect his products ngainst an inferior class of goods." Power Boat's Long Race. Chicago. 111., July 17.—The longest power boat race ever held is scheduled to start from Chicago today under the auspices of (he Chicago Power Boat Club. The objective point is the Straits of Mackinaw, a distance of 225 miles. There are neurly thirty boats entered for the contest and it is ex pected that if the weather is favorable the long trip will be made by some of the fleet little craft in twenty-four hours or less. Notice of Attachment. In the District Court of Second Ju- | dicinl District of the State of Idaho. In and for the County of Nez Perce. ! John F. llurlbut. Plaintiff, vs. Ben Gruhs, Defendant. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given, that an at-! tachment issued out of the above en-J titled action in the above entitled j cause, against? the property of said de fendant on the I5th day of July, 1905 . Dated this 17th day of July, 1905. J- R. LYDON, Clerk of the District Court. Geo. E. Erb, Deputy. E. • McFarland. Atty for Pltff. Residence and P. O. address, Lewis ton, Idaho. R. State of Ohio. City of Toledo, L County, sa. i Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he! I» senior partner of the firm of F. J. | Cheney A Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. County and SÙ:« aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE------- LARS 1er each ana 'very case of Catarrh that «an not bo cured hy the! «** of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK j. CHENET. : Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, thl* «th dav <f Decern-I ber. A. D. 188«. tSeal) A. W. QLEASON. Notary Public. ! Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-) ally, and acts directly on the blooj and ' mucous surfaces of the system. Send ; for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY A Oo„ Toledo. O. i Sold by ell Druggists. 75c. Thke Hell's Family Pills for consti pai kin. To Core a C$M in One Day Take Laxative Bromo QuinmeTaUets. £ Seven MUSon boxes sold in post 13 months. ThlS Signatare« ^ For Fine Shoe Repairing Bring vour work to BROO Out of Town Orders Executed Promptly Basement Lewiston National Bank the City, H. T. MADGWICk ; Contractor »' Builder LEWISTON IDAHO Idaho Tea Company 36$ MAIN ST. The best coffees and teas and finest line of Crockery The Mint BAKER A SMITH, Proprietor* Choice liquors, wines, brandies and cigars. A club room in connection. Clark Building, Main street. HOTEL DE FRANCE Dennis Holland, Prop. Satisfaction is Guaranteed to all. The Best of Service MODERATE RATES LEWISTON, - - - IDAHO ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Lewiston Abstract Company JAY WOODWORTH, Manager Bonded Abstractors for Nez Perce County ROOM 3, VOLLMER BLOCK Dray and Express W. E. MATHEWS, Proprietor. Orders Promptly Attended to Call and lave orders *• THATCHER A KLINQ. Tol. 111. MALLORY & LYD0N LIVERY. FfjED ANt) 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 Phone 2671 JOHN F. HURLBUT. M.D. Physician Surgeon Aooms S. 4 , and 6 Thtessen Building Office 'Phone. 19B1. Residence 'Phone: l$$$. MURRAY & LYON ATTORNEYS-AT LAW, Suite 307 Wtlsgerber Bldg. LEWISTON, IDAHO. JAS. F. WALL LAWYER 201 Weisgorber Building. LEWISTON. IDAHO. JOHN H. LONG NOTARY PUBLIC Insurance, Real Estate, Loans, Collec tion« Promptly Attended to. Yoara of Experience. Room 14 Thlessen Blk. Phone 2$ll CLAY McNAMEE LAWYER Rooms 15 and 16, Thlessen Building. LEWISTON. IDAHO. GEO. W. TANNAHILL Lawyer Practice« in ail State and Federal Courte of Idaho and Waahti^thn Rooms 1, 2 and $. Telephone building Le we l* ton. Idaho. CHAS. W. SMAFF, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Eye. Ear and Throat Dlaeaaes. 1 « to 11 a, m. Medical and Surgical Diseases, 2 to * P- *n.. and 7 to $ p. xn. '_________________________ OIL LEAK V,Uri,w y Surgeon-Horse Dentist Located at Mallory & Lydon Subies Pboae 171 . Residence Phone xxo$ LEWISTON. IDAHO Cocnr d'Alene Market F. B. SEARS A CO. Freah and Salted Meats at Whele eelo and Retail. Fieh and Game No Fraud in Thi < Xs iU Investigate oiir We handle ROSLYN and CLE ELUM. While this weather lasts you may de pend on being supplied promptly. Lewiston Fuel & Ice Co. 'Phono 1761. California Wine House WHOLESALE AND RETAIL The place to get your winoa and liquora for family or medicinal u «s, Call and examine our gooda and prices before buying elsewhere. Goods deliv ered to any part of tho oity. -p h#Bi Savings soften the Pillow There is better sleep by night and better cheer by day in the family whose head has a savings account. We receive sav ings deposits. We assure saving people a pleasant reception and pay them inter est on every cent. Idaho Trust Go M-H M-MH M-H M6666666W ARRANGE NOW TO ENTER Lewiston State Normal School Session \ 905-J 906 It offers Thorough ACADEMIC EDUCATION. Excellent PROFESSIONAL TRAINING for Teachers. FIVE YEAR and ONE YEAR CERTIFICATES. LIFE DIPLOMA upon Graduation. Excellent educational opportunities at minimum cost to Its students. Full particulars upon application. GEORGE H. BLACK, President. HHH > ♦♦ ♦111111 111 1 1 ►♦♦III*»» MH M-H M-H M-HMH MM-MH Cyrus McCormick gave to the world the first Reaper ' Any country you find the make hay For Sale by the MEANS CD., LEWISTON, IDAHO LTD ••••••• Clyde J. Vassal I *21 Ç 1*23 Telephone Residence •............. Don't forget we are sole agents for CROWN Princess Uuued Goods MJB High Grade Coffee MJB Tree Teas Also a fine line of lUpIc »4 f,* cv groceries ' Lewiston Grocery & Bakery Telephone a 8 i a 5 o Mein St.