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MIKES THEHOME Dr. Euster Urge. Young Women to Follow Ideal of Mary. The work of the M. E. church of Lewiston is growing rapidly and is giv ing promise of progress for the future. j lie auditorium is to be enlarged next week by the trustees by cutting out I )arti tion on the west side, thus adding some 200 In seating capacity and making it the largest seating church in the city. b Sunday night Rev. Mr. Euster, the pastor, spoke about the increase in the work as about 30 new members had come into the church recently, and he preached to an overflowing house upon the text found in Luke 1 and 45 ''Mv bouI doth magnify the Lord."' Dr. Euster said in part: No subject can be more appropriate lior more in tune with the times and one that should be treated by the pul pit than tills one we have had now for two Sabbath evenings, the relation of our girls to the home, to society, and to tiie church. Society becomes what the girls are. The fathers in our modern life are so immersed in the feverish conditions of trade and pro fessional life as to be unable to have much time in which to help build up the home. This is the place of power for the queen of the home and it is the noblest place that any girl can ever hope to occupy. "It is well for woman to have all the opportunities possible for the uplifting of society and the renovation of poli tics, but whatever lias the least ten dency to weaken her hold upon the home must be forever a calamity, the measurement of which is impossible. By leading her children to the highest and the best and by molding the home life to its best estate does the queen of that place weild the largest and deepest influence possible. Ideals Mar or Make a Girl. "The girl becomes largely what her ideals are. Many have made the mis take of having a money ideal. To marry a money bag anu lose the possibility of having a real man for companionship is a dire mistake for any girl to make. Some expect to get into society by marrying money but they have only an imaginary idea of society and miss the mark infinitely. "The girl who goes into society for any other reason than to make society better has missed the matter as sadly and as grossly as anyone who unites with the church upon any lower basis than to do good to all. Selfishness is bad. Low, sordid aims ruin the soul. The girl who marries money pays too large a price for it. "The girl who has an ideal of pleas ure as the chief thing in life will find that the froth upon the stream of time, blown about by every wind that comes, and in the end evaporating into thin air, never can give satisfaction and all is lost when character is lost and all is ruined when influences are left be hind at death which mar the loved ones who come after. Beauty Never an Ideal. "Beauty can never be an ideal of life. It fades. It is but for a day; the flower To Our Country Exchanges 01 S et z £ © c t a © >■ H Ä 03 fit. >* H WE HAVE JUST ORDERED A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW JOB TYPE WHICH WILL REPLACE THE TYPE WE NOW HAVE ON HAND. WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BODY TYPE THAT WE DO NOT USE SINCE WE HAVE INSTALLED OUR LINOTYPE MACHINE. THE BODY TYPE 18 IN GOOD CONDITION, AND MUCH OF OUR JOB JYPE IS AS GOOD AS NEW. IT IS OUR INTENTION, HOWEVER, TO HAVE OUR SHOP EQUIPPED WITH New Faces of the Latest Type IF YOUR OFFICE IS SHORT IN ANY OF THE LINES WE ARE GOING TO DISPOSE OF WE ARE PREPAR ED TO MAKE YOU SORTS An Unparalleled Offer READ THE FOLLOWING PRICES: SIX 50 POUND CASES OF 8 POINT ROMAN, $6 PER CASE OF 50 POUNDS, WITH EXTRA CAP AND CASES INCLUDED. WE WILL SELL ONE CASE OR ALL SIX CASES AT THIS FIGURE. TWO 50 POUND FONTS OF 12 POINT ROMAN, $6 PER CASE WITH CASES INCLUDED. TWO 50 POUND CASES OF 6 POINT ROMAN, $6 PER CA8E WITH CASES INCLUDED. ONE FONT 12 POINT JENSEN WHICH WE WILL SELL WITH CASES INCLUDED FOR 1?/ 2 CENT8 PER POUND. ONE LARGE FONT OF LEGAL ITALIC WHICH WILL GO AS THE JENSEN AT 12*/z CENTS WITH THE CASES INCLUDED. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF JOB FACES THAT WILL BE OF GREAT SERVICE TO YOU AND IF YOU WILL WRITE US WE WILL MAKE YOU A PRICE THAT WILL SUIT YOU. TYPE AT YOUR OWN PRICE IS WHAT WE ARE OFFERING YOU. Teller Publishing Company, Ltd., LEWISTON, IDAHO. of beauty which blooms in the morn ing dies at night and has passed for ever from earth away. Real beauty of soul. Real godly beauty will give to Physical beauty its longest and best expression and will live forever. The beauty of character can never be taken from one by oeath or by circumstances. "The ideal Mary had is the best to hold to live near to God, to be pure and upright and to give such an influ ence as shall ever lift others; to have a character that will encourage others all the time. This all can have, and it means everything to the soul possess ing it. "Rome with all her power went down because her girls became corrupt and profane. O, a profane girl, of all sad sights this is the saddest! Greece failed and has lingered under the ashes of a ruined civilization because her girls became bad and degraded. America will fail only after the home life has become unnerved and weak ened by false ideals and low standards. Our civilization will never be any higher than the lives of our girls for they must become our mothers and our homes will become like them. A Most Important Sight. "A pure, noble girl with an ambition of being the queen of a place she can call her home, with a character and a faith that will stand all the storms of life and that will give to the world an example of courage and of noble power to overcome; a girl that will deny her self and live the unselfish life; one that does give to others a type of overcom ing the vain things of time in order to possess the real things of eternity— undying character—this is one of the most important sights that one can see. My prayer is that every girl here may reap the largest and the best that this life has for you. You will reap only what you sow. You will be happy and satisfied only as you choose a high and worthy ideal and build up a last ing character. O. how many wrecks there are all about us. What sad sights one sees every day. How great the failure that can never be redeemed. Seek God. Obey Him and all will be well both for time and for eternity." Noted Evangelist« Coming. Evangelist Baskerville and his singer, Mr. Tibbltts, have sent word to Rev. Euster that they would begin here on December 31. These men have held some of the greatest meetings in the United States. They have taken into the churches in one place nearly one thousand people and that during one meeting. They will do much good in Lewiston. They are good, sensible workers, one being a college graduate and a business man. Mr. Tibbltts is a great singer and choir manager. LARGE ATTENDANCE EXPECTED Lecture Tonight at M. E. Church by Professor Lyon. The lecture to be given in the M. E church tonight, December 12, promises to be very well attended. A large num ber of tickets have been sold. The press dispatches give Professor Lyon a very high standing as a cultured and highly educated gentleman who always satisfies his audiences. The receipts of the evening are to be applied on the fine new organ recently purchased by the church. The Ep worth League is to receive the benefit from the lecture and as the members of the league are responsible for the organ there is no doubt that that the young people will turn out in large numbers, as well as others. FEATURE3 OF THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Community of Interest— Taken as a whole, we must all go up or go down together. Corporations— The corporation has come to stav. Just as the trade union has come to stay. Each should be favored as long as it does BC î?ui i. The regulation of interstate commerce should come IS? ? f „ the • • • Our steady aim should b« b> legislation, cautiously and carefully undertaken but res olutely persevered in. to assert the sovereignty of the national gov ernment. Labor— It is true that some judges have misused the power (to issue injunctions in labor disputes) ; but this does not Justify a denial of the power any mon» than in improper exercise of the power to call a strike by a labor leader would justify the denial of the right to strike. The remedy is to regulate the procedure. • • • capitalist and wage worker should * * * each strive to bring closer the dav when both shall realize that they are properlv partners and not ene mies. • • * The Introduction of women into industry is working change and disturbance in the domestic and social life of the nation Insurance —Certain of the men at the head of these large corpo rations take but small note of the ethical distinction between honesty and dishonesty. • • • The only complete remedy for this condition must be found in an aroused public conscience « • • biU much can be done by legislation which is not only drastic but practical Federal Revenue— Last year there was a deficit. Unless our ex penditures can be kept within the revenues, then our revenue laws must be readjusted. It is as yet to n early to attempt to outline what shape such a readjustment should take, for it is as yet too early to sav whether there will be need for it. Flow of Currency— Every consideration of prudence demands the addition of the element of elasticity to our currency system. Purity of Slectione— Many contributions, and some of them of large size, must be made. • * * If they are extracted by any kind of pres sure or promise, express or implied, direct or indirect, In the way of favor or Immunity, then the giving or receiving becomes not only'im proper. but criminal. Peace and War —If war is necessary and righteous, then either the man or the nation shrinking from It forfeits all title to self-respect. Army and Navy —In both the army and the navy there should be some principle of selection—that is, of promotion for merit—and there should be a resolute effort to eliminate the aged officers of reputable character who possess no special efficiency. Merchant Marine— To the spread of our trade in peace and the de fense of our flag in war a great and prosperous merchant marine Is in dispensable. Confederate Dead —The first need is to take charge of the graves of the Confederate dead who died in northern prisons. Immigration- —We can not have too much immigration of the right sort, and we should have none whatever of the wrong sort. It is de sirable that even the right kind of Immigration should be properly tributed in this country. We need more of such immigration in the south. Statehood —I recommend that Indian Territory and Oklahoma be admitted as one state, and that New Mexico and Arizona be admitted as one state. Canal —On this point (type of canal to be constructed) I hope to lay before the congress at an early day the findings of the advisory board of American and European engineers, together with the report of the commission thereon, and such recommendations in reference thereto as may seem necessary. REAL E8TATE TRANSFERS IN CITY AND COUNTY Reported by the Commercial Trust Co., of Lewiston. Dec. 7, 1905—Deeds. Jefferson Wilson to George Gerije et al. SW1-4 1-35-1 E; consideration $ 2 , 200 . William E. Cullon et ux to Clear water Timber Co., NE1-4 SW1-4 Sec. 29. lot 2. NEl-4 SW1-4 Sec. 31-37-fi E. consideration $1. Walter E. Leigh et ux to Craig Mt. Cattle Co., El-2 SEI -4 Sec. 11; SW1-4 SW1-4 Sec. 12; NW1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 13 32-3 W; consideration $800. Thos. B. Cooper et ux to A. R. Sweet, part of Thompson Field north of E street; consideration $5600. G. W. Wllshire et ux to C. W. Felt, lot 22, block 25, Nezperce; considera tion $500. Julius Pedersen to Mathias Pedersen, SEI -4 NW1-4, Nl-2 SW1-4, SW1-4 SW1-4 24-31-2 W; consideration $4, 000 . Patents. U. S. to Hal 8. Beach, SW1-4 Sec. 24-41-3 E. U. S. to Jos. N. Byram, SEI -4 8W 1-4, 11-32-2 W. U. S. to William E. Cullen, same as second above described. U. S. to Tallef W. Toblassen, SEI -4 NW1-4, Nl-2 SW1-4, SW1-4 8W1-4 24-31-2 W. U. S. to JelTerson Wilson, same as first above described. Dec. 9, 1905.—Deed*. Sarah A. King et cons to John L. Crowser. Nl-2 Wl-2 SW1-4 Sec. 24 36-2 W; consideration $1200. W. H. Helm et ux to Harriett Mont gomery, lot 15, block 33, Grand View Add., Lewiston; consideration $2,000. W. O. Bond to Oeorgta Briggs, lots 5 and 6, block 6, Oxford Add., Lewis ton; consideration $500. C. W. Felt to Felt Mtle. Co., lot 22, block 25, Town of Nezperce ; conside ration $500. Irene M. Robinson to Alfred G. Pear son, Wl-2 NW1-4, Nl-2 SW1-4 17-37-6 E. T. M. Kellogg et ux to L. D. Ledbet ter, 8W1-4 SE1-4, SE1-4 SW1-4 2-35-5 W. George T. Gilson to George V. Her rington, El-2 lot 9. Wood street, Add. Lewiston; consideration $1500. A. R. Trimble et ux to Walter T. Mc Carty, lot 11, block 11, Weaskua Add., Lewiston (bund for deed; considera tion, $150. Patents. U. S. to Julian Dobson, SEI -4 SW1-4, SW1-4 SE1-4 Sec. 15; NEl-4 NW1-4, NW1-4 NEl-4 Sec. 22-36-1 E. U. S. to Julian Dobson, SW1-4 SW1-4 Sec. 15; Wl-2 NW1-4, SE1-4 NW1-4 Sec 22-36-1 E. IT. S. to Irene Robinson, same as fifth above described. Dec. 8, 1906—Deads. Kitty E. Wilder et cons to James E. Babb, lot 14, block 20, Thompson Add. Lewiston; consideration $125. Frank Bailey to John W. Hardin, E 1-2 NEl-4. 8W1-4 NEl-4 Sec. 22-S4-2 W; consideration $3,000. Chris F. Osmers et ux to J. E. Kin caid, lots 3. 4, 5, block 4, University Second Add. Lewiston; consideration $500. Calvin W. McEwen et ux to Douglas V. Dowd. NEl-4 SW1-4, NW1-4 8E1-4 Sec. 33-36-1 E; consideration $2,000. Thomas H. Berry ,et ux to Roena L. Bacon, 8W1-4 NW1-4 84-36-1 W; con sideration $1,000. William H. Phar et ux to John F. Phar, lot 3, block 58, Town of Peck; onsideratlon $1. Vt, Loan & Trust Co., to A. J. Thorn ton, NK1-4 SE1-4 Sec. 11; Wl-2 8W 1-4, SEI -4 SW1-4 Sec. 12-37-8 W; consideration $800. Patent. U. S. to William W. Bledaoe, NEl-4 8W1-4, Wl-2 SE1-4 Sec. 23-35-1 W. Dsc. 11, 1906—Deeds. Jacob H. Mowry to Mrs. Henry Covey, lot 29. block B, Nesperce ceme tery; consideration $10. T. J. Hardin et ux to D. A. Hardin, one-half Interest ln 8W1-4 NEl-4, W 1-2 SEI -4 Sec. 32; also part of El-2 of NEl-4 and El-2 of 8E1-4 Sec. 32 34-2 W; consideration $1. M. C. Normoyle et ux to Wm. W. Gardner, lots 11 and 12, block 8, Town of Welppe. Henry Heltfeld, Mayor, to Pioneer Educational Society, lot 6. block 16, City of l/»wlston. His Luck. Chicago Tribune. "All the lower berths are taken," said the ticket seller. "You'll have to take an upper berth." "Of course." grumbled the professor, "There's always room at the top." Dspsw Resigns Directorship. Washington, Dec. 7.—Senator C. M Depew of New York has tendered his resignation as a director of the Equtta ble Life Assurance society. It will be presented to the board of directors at its next meeting. Ml Citizens of The Dalle» i Gambler»* Mil The Dal lee. Or., Dec. council had somewhat af i sprung on them whan a' presented which In A ' that the town ba alia The petition was atgned citizens. Whan on» of thé asked for an explanat i on council there were iota Of the town who wanted to money and the cltlaetti gambling be alowed to that some of the "pro® might get some of the The mayor and one or two < oilmen got very indignant the présentation of auch a ' an Insult. Nevertheleaa, to a vote, the council adapted lion and placed It on Ilia. DesChampa Buya Gam The Gem Saloon aupplfeaj were sold under sheriff by Deputy Sheriff Monroe* i In by G. W. TannahIU, attl.— plaintiff, Rothchlld Bros. Th» fixtures were later sold to Champs who has beete saloon at Delsol parti, „ The Park saloon will Ropr and the Gem reopened as i repairs are made. Mr. T be ready for the opentf night. He has moved 1 city and will not reopen the summer season. The Gem property waa bid tel 1 by Rothschild Bros, who had a against the same for 81486.98. A Gentle Hint/ Cleveland Plalndealer. "My dear, I notice a ' here that la credited to Jli thome. He aaya that very t really worth remembering thought after mldntgm." •Well, what of Itr* "I—I thought you might like to It In mind, my deer." A Change. Yonkers State»man. "How would you Ilka to hei children crying for bread, atrP* tuned the beggar. ^ "I'd welcome the change,** aald man, hurrying on; "they're crying for candy now." Two af a Kind. Houston Chronicle. ''Who are you?" "A member of the flrat sextette." "So glad to meet you. I'm the ■ nal Gibson girl." Mr. Adair, a prominent hardware ! Implement merchant of Lowe, transacting bustnesa In Lewlatoti day.