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FOR RIVER WORK Northwest Conjrtii onil Delegation a Unit for Improvement» to River. If an appropriation t a not secured! at the approaching session 0 f congress for the deepening of the channel of the Columbia river and the improvement of the bar. the Indications are that It will not be the fault of the con gressional delegations from the states of Oregon. Washington and Idaho which are banded together, says the Portland Telegram. This spirit of friendship and united action for the procurement of this needed relief was made manifest at a conference of the board of trustees and members of the transportation com mittee of the Portland chamber of commerce and Senator Levi Ankeny and Congressman Wesley l. Jones of Washington. Because of other engage ments, Senator Fulton could not at tend. but his hearty support of the project la certain. Both members of the Washington delegation gave assurance that the in terests of Oregon, Washington and Idaho were one In the improvements sought for the Columbia river, as the benefits would be mutual, and that nothing would be left undone to obtain the relief needed. Congressman Jones, who Is a member of the congressional rivers and harbors committee. Is al most certain there will be no rivers and harbors bill considered by congress at this session and that any appropriation secured for the Columbia river would have to be Incorporated into some sun dry civil bill In order to gain recogni tion. The representatives are convinced that it will require a great amount of hard work on the part of the com bined forces of the three states to gain any recognition at this session, hut if it can be accomplished in this way, they are hopeful of success. As to the needed improvements at the month of the river, they agree that the fact that the $500,000 already expended on the jetty Is in danger of being wasted Is the best argument they have for securing further funds with which to complete the improvements. The concensus of opinion at the meeting, but said that the delegations from the three states were working in harmony to secure the necessary re lief. and that no stone would be left unturned In their efTorts to succeed. Senators Fulton and Ankeny and Con gressmen Joes left this morning en route for Washington. Orofino News Notes. Orofino, Nov. 20.—The Optimist f<> this week says: J. A. Kramer, of Asotin, 1 Wash shipped two cars of fat cattle from Orofino Wednesday. J. A. Keaner returned to Moscow Monday after a visit to the timber. Thos. Mullen and wife, of Lewiston, were visitors in Orofino over Sunday. Horace Greer and wife of Johnson. Wash., are visiting friends in this vi cinity. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Curry returned to Orofino Wednesday after spending a week visiting friends at Asotin. H. Rothenberg, of Spokane, has taken options on the Dunlap and Pillow ranches down the river from town, with a view to organizing a company for the growing and curing of tobacco. Isaac. Buckley has interested himself in the venture. On Monday evening Thomas Culbert son arrived in town from north of Mohler. with seven six horse teams loaded with grain. Mr. Culbertson has » very large quantity rf grain to haul and if the condition of the roads will Permit, he will market here Lenn Magill and James Jump, or Peck, were ln Orofino Sunday and Monday looking over the flume proje from Whiskey creek to the mouth of theh Orofino. This project has beer discussed for the past two years and the Indications are that something d-fi - "ite regarding It will materialize In the near future. Adolph Hengartner came in from th> Friedman placers *on Snake creel: on Tuesday evening. He was an omp i< r- ! hy his brother Gabe and John Swin *° n - Mr. Hengartner has beer, in the country for the past month visiting M* hrother and will return to his honte at Lorane, Ohio, this week. ■I- P. Franklin, whose home is in Bingham county, was in Orofino this Week interesting locfli people in the *tanlzatlon of a breeding corporation ™r"ne purchase of a high class stallio; °r breeding purposes. The stock which 7 is selling j„ frorr tVie p a |n \]|o ^°°k farm at Kmetshurgh. Iowa, and Particular horse that he desires to here is now at Moscow. A. .1 >'ne accompanied hint to Moscow on '■rsday to look at the animal, as the rp sent,ative of the prospective lasprq •hat Desire to Get It for Nothing. Mountainhome Republii i One of „nr exchanges, the oil 4 a rea l hard attack <.f kii ke. viidzc: > ac '°unt of the tendent y of > . .ain lts readers to develop tire s«:i • in llc *' Wherefore, it wails: "When subscribers get hold of $10 they an <l celebrate; but when we ge; that , they want us to enlarge the I ' and give 'em a gold watch.** j he lace Humor and Philosophy •» »«ncan N. sniti AND MAN. tho haughty turkey I Patienlng ln »he sun He doesn't know That later on Wnfe" a gun Will com« along With deadly aim •And shoot him on the not And trim his plume And dip his wtnge And chuck him in the pot. He doesn't know That man is kind And willing he should eat Dead loads of quite Expensive grain That makes tho finest meat He doesn't know. As on the fence 5?**? *«» mighty pride, Tnat he is doomed To grace a feast With oysters on tho side. Oh. pompous man. A lesson take From this same turkey bird. Who gobblee loud And doesn't let The hens get In a word! Tou may be dreaaed In bright array, Topped with a eky piece talL But It Is written In a book That pride must have a fall. Hi» Busin«»«. 'ÂûmTrT slHERlfrHT 1 "Dozens of men of wealth and posi tion knelt at her feet, but she rejected them all and married a young sur veyor." "Pure love match, I suppose." "I don't know about that. She thought that at last she had found some one who would always be able to tell her if her hat was on straight" Hobson's Choice. "She has given up the Idea of marry ing for a career." "Did she do It with some regrets?" "No; It was not much of a struggle, although at one time she did think aha had a young man worked up almost te the proposing point." Plain Necessities. The father of the family Must wear a large sised hump To keep provisions ln the house That make the babies plump; To hard and constant labor Must bend his willing back To purchase shoes and hats and glovo And books and crackerjack. Doesn't Need the Cue. "Do you think women should play billiards?" "Not much. It is nil mau eau do to live with them when they are only armed with the rolling pin and the broom handle." Knew the Effect. "Were you ever in a railroad wreck?" j "No, but I have come home with ■ goods three shades lighter than the t sample my wife sent down with me to have matched." The Abused Title. A tall man ho was And a mighty fine dresser. He wore a silk liai, So they called him "Professor." Professor of what? Did he teach In some school? No: he was a showman And owned a trick mule. PERT PARAGRAPHS. A woman's years may tell, but she won't. If you must have a coiitideutial friend, select a man who lias been dead ten years. Broken hearts rarely interfere long with digestion. Opportunity lias to knock some men down and put handcuffs on them be fore they will consent to go with it. Love Is a magician, hut the lovers soon discover that it cannot turn com mon Iron dollars into double eagles. A favor is something that you pay for when you get it and are still ex pected to return in double measure. When right is turned down, Justice Isn't turned up. •Hie head that wears a 'Town may lie uneasy, but most of us have to take some one else s word tot When a kicker gets down he Is verr apt to become the klckee. As a general proposition, when a man argues with a woman he has noth ing else to do. POTVTN &. WTTOCK Real Estate, Loons and Insurance LEWISTON. IDAHO NAYLOR & N0RLIN Contractors 8EWER and WATER SYSTEMS, PLUMBING, HEATING and VENTILATING. 148 Fifth Street. W G Hi ll lMIIII I IH I U» » Oregon Short line WO Union Pacific ONLY UNE EAST YU SALT LAKE tad DENVER TWO TRAINS DAILY TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA Wi' ;It you Wötit tu tat in an up-to-d. te cm: 11 v t h < BOLLINGEP A PLEASANT WA\ TO TRAVEL The abote is the usual verdict »r traveler using the Missouri Pa.itl Railway between the Pacific Omsi w the East, and we believe tiiat the ser-. ice and accommodations given me, lids statement. From Denver. Colorad Springs and Pueldo there are tw through trains daily to Kansas Clt and St. Louis carrying Pullman's la est standard electric-lighted sleeptn, cars, chair cats and up-to-date dlnlti cats. The same excellent service la op rated from Kansas City and St. Loi.i to Memphis. Little Rock and H Springs. If you are going East > South, write for rates and full info, motion W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agi 124 3d St.. Portland. Or FAST MAIL —For Pomeroy, Waltsburg, Dayton, Walla Walla, Pendleton, Baket City and all pointa East departs dally..............11:50 p. a EXPRESS for Portland. San Francisco. Baker City and all pointa Bast departs... .10:55 p * FAST MAIL — From all points Kan. Baker City, Pendleton, Walla Walla Diivtiiu. Waltsburg. Pom eroy, arrives dally.........l:N|.i t trgtSS forts, all poinb* rinn. Baker Cltv Sat Francisco, °ortland ar rives dally................. I lf a. » STEAMER LINES' Snake River Routt Steameers leaves Lewiston Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 7 a. m. Steamers leave Rlparla Monday«, Wed nesdays and Fridays at 6:40 A. M. vv MOUNT, General Agent L»w1*ton. t (»» i.UDA HARLOW STENOGRAPHER TYPEWRITER Room 10 , Thlessen building. Hours 9 a m. to 4 p. m.; Bollinger House, hours 4 to 7 p. m. Telephone 2031. MIMEOGRAPH WORK. The Hay Fever Grafter. Mr. Jawback—I'm going to get a life insurance policy. Mrs. Jawback—You're foolish. It's all a graft. Mr. Jawback—But what would you do if I'd die? Mrs. Jawback—Marry, again, of course. Mr. Jawback—You couldn't if my life hadn't been Insured for a good, big sum.—Cleveland Leader. To Core a Cold in One Day Zz£, ative Bromo Qqinbe Tablets. v»/»v A « E ' I home aoM hi part 13 aoaths. TUl dnutan.^ Coeur d'Alene Market F. B. BEARS * CO. Fresh and Baited Maate at Who H aala and Ratail. Fish and Gama H. 1. MADGWICK Contractor * Builder LEWISTO* 1 IDAHO Idaho Tea Company 3« MAIN ST. The best coffees and tea: and finest line of Crocker in the city. The Mint BAKER A SMITH, Proprietors Choice liquors, wines, brandiaa and cigars. A club room In connection. Clark Building, Main »treat HOTEL DE FRANCE Donnie Heliand, Prop. Satisfaction Is Guaranteed to atL Tho Best of Service MODERATE RATES LEWISTON. - - • IDAHO ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Lewiston Abstract Company JAY WOODWORTH, Manager Bonded Abstractors for Nec Perce County ROOM 3, VOUMIR BLOCK Dray ami Express W. E. MATHEWS, Proprietor. Orders Promptly Attended to Call and lava order« *»• THATCHER * KLING. Toi. 111. MALLORY & LYDON LIVERY, PEED ANi) HACK STABLE First class Rigs and cartful drivers at <11 hours of tho day or night. Corner C and Fourth streets. Bam Phon« 171 dick olficc Phon« 2071 JOHN F. HURLBU I, M.D Physician Surgeon -ii>.urn* 3 v -nu c> Thieafien I * • 11 • . ■■ Office Phon- 1»31 KeKidetn e 'Pootie IV»., JAS. F. WALL. LAWYER 201 Weisgeiber Building LEWISTON. IDAHO. JOHN h. LUNO NOTARY PUSLIL Insurance, Real Estate, Loans, Con* tions Promptly Attended to Years of Experience. Room 14 Thmtic.ei, lilk IVour I -i CLAY i»icNAMtv. -mWYER Rooms 15 and I messen Building LEWISTON, IDAHO ULU. VI. I A.N.NAiDi-L Lawyti Practices- in CourtB ol it Rooms 1. 2 ui" l.eweiston, Ida «HU W IshtllKI I'ci-phuti- u i in I CHAi. W. .Si AH', M. U. Physicidii -nu LSur^von 12 a. id. M r* filed I -K" > Ask any farmer who uses a Sludebakcr farm way on and he will tell you that it has cost him less for repairs and has given him longer service than any other wagon he ever owned. The Studebakers are the largest vehicle manufacturers in the world; they get first pick of materials; have unusual facilities; their more than fifty years experi ence has showu them bow to build the best vehicle on earth. These reasons hâve put Studebaker Vehicles and Harness in the front rank. Exceptional materials, exceptional facilities, exceptional experi ence, exceptfonal skill, produce exceptional goods. Yon don't buy a wagon or car riage or a set of harness very often. Why not be sure you are getting the best? The more you investigate the Studebaker line, the more you w ill be satisfied as to its superiority. It's the kind of bargain which the longer you have it the bettt r you like it. Come in and see, MARK MEANS CO., Ltd., Lewiston, Idaho. AC. 4 No Fraud in This Imestigate our Coal Wt handle ROSLYN and CLE ELUM. While this weather lasts you may re pend on being supplied promptly. Lewiston Fuel & Ice Co. • ••« *•»•»- (•»•* >»• •»« Savings soften the Pillow There is better ^leep 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 •* ••♦»♦»•»-••j-»-»-»-» -•*»*•*»«•••••#•«•»•»• , «* ( eiarkston*Lewlston Bus and Bab Lina Trunk and Baggage Transfer. Sohodulo—Daily Exespt Sunday. Leave Clarkston......7:00 A. ML Leave Lewiston............7:10 A. M. Leave Clarkston. :... .8:16 A. M. Leave Lewiston............0:00 A. M. Leave Clarkston----10:80 A. ML Leave Lewiston..........U:16 A. M. Leave Lewiston............1:10 p. M. Leave Lewiston............8:86 P. M. Louve Lewiston............6:80 P. M. ? : 00 A. M. and 2:30 P. 61. Leaves Lew M. Leave Clarkston......1:10 P. M Leave Clarkston......2:40 P. M Leave Clarkston____4:46 P. M Sunday leaves Clnrkston lston—7:30 A. M. and 3:25 P Leaves Clarkston from Clarljston Commercial Department Store and leaves Lewiston from Bolllttgeii Hotel. Rates: ISc one way; round trip 25c; or 10 trip tickets for ll.M. Heave all orders at W. E, Potter s residence. Sixth street. Phone - r 'S3. W. E. POTTER. Proprietor. ► ♦ ♦♦• ♦» » I I M H «g ! JUST RECEIVED One Car Superior Drills One Car Canton Clipper Plows Lewiston Fuel and transfer Co. -----. j Clyde J. Vaster | Telephone Residence • SOSSS000000000400000000M Don't forget we are sole agents for CROWN Princess Canned Goods MJBHirhGradeCoffec MJB Tice Teas AIm o Am H as of sta ple and fancy Lewiston droccry ft Bakery Telephone aSt *50 Mala 8 t.