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ST TONGUE
BY SMOKING
Goat to Operation
On Hia Lipa.
With 8mile
Chicago, Dec. 14.—"Good-bye Buff,
learn to talk so that I can make
understand, old fellow. Tou'll
hear your master's voice again
It used to be, but maybe you'll
r It In a phonograph some day like
■dog In the picture."
These were almost the last words
Mered by Fred L. Power, playwright,
poet and stage manager, just
~re he went to a hospital and had
entire tongue cut out on account
cancer caused from excessive
oklng. The words were spoken to
St. Bernard dog.
Power went to his fate smiling and
-heerful. There were tears in the eyes
' Ills friends, but none In his.
"It's all right, fellows. Pm not going
_ be put entirely out of business. I'll
^-do like Tom Maguire—teach myself all
over again how to talk."
«LE3H BURNED FROM FINGERS
S-ittle .Daughter .of T. M. Hartnett
Meets With 8evere Accident.
With the flesh burned to the bone on
-two fingers, Alice, the two-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hart
nett, residing on Tenth avenue, is
iMarlng up bravely under the awful
pstn. The accident happened early
Wednesday morning, the child falling
Into the fire.
The flesh on the little and the ring
fingers was burned to the bone, and
the third finger badly Injured. The llt
tle one had just put on a pair of new
«hoes, the soles of which were smooth,
end caused her to fall as she ran to
ward the fire.
Assistance was secured at once, and
at last reports the brave little girl is
-resting easily. Her hand, though, will
-be disfigured for life.
WAKING PERMANENT SURVEY
^Engineers on the Clearwater Are Plac
ing Grade and Fill Stakes.
According to advices received from
"Kooakia, the Milwaukee surveying
■party pitched camp Wednesday at Lo
jrena, on the Middle fork of the Clear
water, about three miles above Koos
kia. The next stopping place of the
party will be at Butch/.-s Bar, and' then
Springs.
Thé engineers in charge of the party
not only having route stakes
graced, but also grade and All stakes,
-which la regarded as good evidence
'kHKt the survey Is Intended as a per
lit one.
Go East Via. North Coast Limited.
The North Coast Limited is conceded
pby all travelers to be tbe most magnifi
cently equipped train west of Chicago.
'Supplied throughout with electric
'lights, the train has all the conven
fences of a modern home. The dining
service Is unsurpassed. In fact. It
> been truthfully said, the North
Coast Limited is a veritable palace on
Wheels.
Standard Pullman and tourist sleep
_rs are found on all Northern Pacific
through trains. If you are going east
the Northern Pacific people arrange
nmodations for you on this train.
Information, inquire of the local
'»gent, W. J. Jordan, at the Northern
Jkclflc depot.
p :5 ... Polities in Rats Making.
"The rate-making power that It Is
■ought to grant the Interstate Corn
Commission to make rates after
Jlpirlnf a complaint," so said William
«proule In an address before the Com
snonwealth Club of California, "would
cenry a still greater power,* for anyone
WB bring complaint. That complaint
-«an he made sufficiently broad to ln
~«lwle hundreds of articles or thousands
' «g rates. Upon hearing by the commls
elm those rates could all be fixed and
«M readjustment of all the rates of the
.«ountry could readily depend on an
arbitrary number of hearings or inves
«gâtions determined, or perhaps pre
lined by the oommtsslon.
H?: "Under our political system it is not
to conceive political questions
under which the Interstate
> Commission might become a
«s nt rolling factor In a political cam
gn through the exercise by a force
Tul president of his own convictions In
Atneral rate reduction or adjustment
W executive pressure upon the com
inlsslnn This effort might be erfh
«gfrud and the pressure exerted alike
Die spirit of altruistic patriotism or
patriotic political necessity, but In
thsr case would amount to seisure of
a railroad revenues and impairment
SSS their value to meet political ends.
the case of the Panama Canal
summarily removed by a
!»t impatient of delays and anx
for results, we have seen what
he done by the exercise of presl
prerogatlve, and what has hap
with the canal commission can
with the commerce commis
Lev* at First Call.
Tom_Waa It a case of love at first
It
Barry—No; first call. She was a tel
jHteen* girl, and he was taken with her
OeiM whan he «rat heard it.
Not a Laugh,
At Least a Slight Smile
B'
ESSIE (at churchy—Why do so
many people put those little en
velopes on the plate?
Elmer—Oh, that's to keep the pennies
from rattling
Teacher—Harry, can you tell me why
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declara
tion of Independence?
Harry—'Cause he couldn't afford to
hire a stenographer, I s'pose.
Sunday School Teacher—Now, chil
dren, we have read the story of Re
becca at the well. Who can tell me
why she was waiting there?
Little Johnny Wise—I guess her
sweetheart was a milkman, and she
knew he was bound to show up there.
"Mamma," said Flossie, "this old
mirror Isn't any good."
"Why, what's the matter with It,
dear?" asked her mother.
"Every time I try to look In It," ex
plained Flossie, "my face gets In the
way."
Visitor—What are you going to be
when you grow up, James?
James—A bricklayer.
Visitor—Why are you going to be a
bricklayer?
James—'Cause there's so many days
when bricklayers can't work.—Chicago
News.
She Wanted Hose.
'T would like to see some hose," be
gan the girl in the polo hat in a Twen
ty-third street store, and before she
could get In another word the floor
walker bad elbowed her across the
aisle and given her in charge of a fluffy
haired young man in a sapphire shirt.
"Hose?" be repeated rapidly. "Yes,
miss. Will you have white, black, tan
dresden blue, silk embroidered
lisle, all silk, openwork, clockwork,
drop stitch"—
"Will you please let me speak?"
snapped the girl.
"Let you speak? Why, certainly,
miss, but I tell you"—
"Don't tell me anything. I want gas
hose."
And she turned on her heel and
walked away.—New York Globe.
A ■•Mist la Disguise.
T suppose you are greatly displeased
with my daughter's pianoforte practic
ing. It must aunoy you dreadfully—
the flat has such thin walls."
"Well, no. I have no wish to con
demn your daughter's practicing. It
bas beeu the direct cause of my wife
•nd I taking a great deal of very bene
ficial outdoor exercise."—Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
Keeptag Track of Him.
"Mr. FUmnls Is wonderfully devoted
to his wife. When they are away
from each other he writes her at least
three letters a day."
"Yes," answered Miss Csyenne. "She.
requires him to do thst so that she can
look at the postofflee marks and know
exactly where he Is."—Washington
Star.
__
Not a Beat.
Rustic—Never mind, sur; you baln't
tbe fust motorist what's been In that
tbeer pond.—London Tatter.
ice
to
Protect eg.
"I've been here at tbe seashore three
weeks and my bands aren't tanned s
bit Funny, Isn't It?" mused tbe en
gaged girl.
"Oh, I don't know," remarked her
fiance, "they've been In tbe shade of
my sheltering palms most of the
time.'*—Detroit Free Press.
bs a
Holte Intelligent.
Adoring Grandmother—Isn't
lovely child?
Calm Visitor—Yes, he's a nice little
baby—
Adoring Grandmother (Interrupting)
—And eo intelligent! He Just Use there
all day and breathes and breaths* and
breathes.
May C e n se latw.
Tees—80 be has really married Miss
Crsbbe?
Jess—Yes, he was hit hard. It was
love at first sight with him.
Teas Too bad he wasn't gifted with
second sight—Boston Transcript.
"Why that serious, anxious look upon
your face?" banterlngly asked the
short hglred woman.
"I can't remember where I stuck my
gum," replied the man In the pink
shirt waist—Chicago Tribune.
Ha* SxhHmm.
She—A diamond, yon know, Is al
ways worth what it cost.
Hs (feelingly) — I guess you never
tried to pawn one! —Yonkers States
man.
A Liberal Mmtlei.
Jack—Does your father believe In a
liberal education?
Dick—No. He nlways kicks when 1
ask for money.—Judge.
V.IÇJ*n
OREGON
Short Line
«»Union Pacific
ONLY LINE EAST YU
SALT LAKE and DENVER
TWO TRAINS DAILY
TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA, WA3F
FA8T MAIL—For Pemeroy.
Waltsburg, Dayton. Walla
Walla, Pendleton, Baker
City and all pointa East
departs dally.............. 11:60 p.»
EXPRESS for Portland. San
Francisco, Baker City and
all pointa East, departs.... I« :66p.»
FAST MAIL — From all
points East. Baker City,
Pendleton, Walla Walla.
Dayton, Waltsburg, Pom
eroy, arrives dally.........l:Npp
EXPRE88 form all points
East, Baker City, Ban
Francisco, Portland, ar
rives daily................3:45 p. m.
STEAMER LINES
Snake River Route
The present schedule for tbe O. K.
A N. steamers between Lewiston and
Rlparla Is as follows:
Steamers leave Lewiston at 8:00 a.
m. daily except Friday.
Steamers leave Rlparla at 6:40 a. m.
dally except Saturday.
LUDA HARLOW
STENOGRAPHER TYPEWRITER
Room 10, Tblessen building. Hours
• a. m. to 4 p. m.; Bollinger Hsuss,
hours 4 to 7 p. m. Telephone 3031,
MIMEOGRAPH WORK.
A PLEA8ANT WAY TO TRAVEL
The above la tbe usual verdict of Cm
traveler using the Missouri Pad fl«
Railway between the Pacific Coast an*
the East, and we believe that the serv
ice and accommodations given mi
this statement. From Denver, Colorudc
Springs and Pueblo there are twe
through trains dally to Kansas Citj
and St. Louis, carrying Pullman's 1st
est standard electric-lighted sleeplns
care, chair cars and up-to-date dining
cars. The same excellent service is ope
rated from Kansas City and St. Louis
to Memphis, Little Rock and Hoi
Springs. If you are going Bast ot
South, write for rates and full infor
mation. W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agi
134 3d St„ Portland, Or.
4 ne
TkanannonMcTtll FaUmanM ialfwUaiMi
iBtug than of iny other make of pattern«. 1 his is •«
Status than of any other make ö 1 pa
count of their style, accuracy anil simplicity.
HeCaira M »«•*!»• ' The Queen of Fashion) has
_tresubscriber* than any other Lidwi Mag •y-ine. tmi
year'« subscription ( is number*) cost* ft# cents« Latest
number, ft cent*. F.very subscriber gets a McCall Pat
tarn Froo. Subscribe today.
signe) and Pron*na Catalogue (showing 400 prei
aaat fraa. Adiirosa THE McCALL CO., New York.
Jno. Utter and H. D. Kinsman of
Sweetwater, are registered at the
Grand..
8. T. Riggs, a prominent farmer of
the Ru.m 11 section, 1. a visitor In the
city today.
William H. Dew of the Sweetwater
Stock Farm, was a visitor in the city
yesterday. Through the efforts of Mr.
Dew the Sweetwater farm In the past
few years has built up a reputation
for breeding and handling thorough
bred stock. Mr. Dew has a fine herd of
shorthorns, some of which are of his
own Importations.
George Bremer, who has been spend
ing a month with his parents In Clarks
ton, returned last night to hi. home In
Seattle. He built à cottage home for
his father while here and helped the
family to move before leaving. Mr.
Bremer has been very successful
operating in Seattle real estate in the
past few years. He expressed his firm
belief that Lewiston real estate was
ripe now for rapid advance and that he
expected to be on the ground to take
a hand in the game.
I To Cure a Cold In One Day
I
Canwe Crip
In Two Days.
on every
box. 25c.
Coeur d'Alene Market
F. B. BEARS A CO.
Frssh and 8altsd Masts at Whote*
sals and Retail. Fish and Gams
H. 1. MADGWICK
i Contractor «*» Builder
LEWISTON. IDAHO
daho Tea Company
361 MAIN ST.
The best coffees and teas
and finest line of Crockery
in the city.
The Mint
BAKER A SMITH, Proprietors
Choice liquors, wines, brandies and
cigars. A club room In connection.
Clark Building. Main street
HOTEL DE FRANCE
Dennis Heiland, Prep.
Satisfaction is Guaranteed
to alL The Beet of Service
MODERATE RATES
LEWISTON, - - - IDAHO
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Lewiston Abstract Company
JAY WOODWORTH, Manager
Bonded Abstractors for Nee Perce County
ROOM 3, VOLLMER BLOCK
Dray «*• Express
W. E. MATHEWS, Proprietor.
Orders Promptly Attended to
Call and lave orders ai
THATCHER A KLING.
Tel. 111.
MALLORY &.LYD0N
LIVERY, FEED ANi) HACK STABLE
First class Rigs and careful drivers
at all hours of the day or night. Corner
C and Fourth streets.
Bars Phon« 171
Hack office Phene 2071
JOHN F. HURLBUT, M.D.
Physician Surgeon
mm 8. 4, and 5 Tblesaen Bulldlna
Office 'Phone: 1381
Reeidence 'Phone: 1983.
JAS. F. WALL
. LAWYER


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201 Weisgerber Building.
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
CLAY McNAMEE
LAWYER
Rooms 15 and 10, Thiessen Building.
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
GEO. W. TANNAHILL
Lawyer
Practices In *11 Stats and Fsdsrai
Courts of Idaho and Washington
Rooms 1, 2 and 3. Telephon, building
Lswetston, Idaho.
CHAS. W. SHAFF, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Eye, Ear and Throat Dlaeaaea, 10 to
IS a. m.
Medical and Surgical Dl*
4 p. m„ and 7 to 8 p. m.
3 U
Ask any fanner who ua
will tell yon that it has c
him longer service than any other wagon
The Stodebakers are the largest vehicle manuf
first pick of materials; have unusual facilities; the
aoce has shown them bow tobaUd the beet vehicle
Studebaker Vehicle*
un MEINS
LU.,
Lswlstoit,
farm
and
he
Studebaker
wagon
given
and
has
repair*
ha
world; they get
manufacturer* in the
fifty
than
year*
have put
earth.
The**
and
Harnett
la tb* front rank. Exceptional materials, exceptional facilities, exceptional experi
ence« exceptional skill, produce exceptional goods. Yon don't boy
ruge or a set of barnese very often. Why not he sore you are «
The mote you investigate the Studebaker fin««, the man *<" wffri
to it* superiority. It's the kind of bargain whichtiwkngei
you have it the better you like it Coma in end aee.
CO
■»
No Fraud in This
Investigate our
We handle ROSLYN and
CLE ELUM. While this
weather lasts you may de
pend on being supplied
promptly.
Lewiston Fuel & Ice Co.
'Phene 1761.
s*s* s*e*s*e*e»s»e*e*e*s*e* s*s-»s«s*-s*-s-»s-»s«s*s-»s*s«s«
j IDAHO TRUST COMPANY j
• —.. .. Ml............ , .......*l 4
• LEWI8TON, IDAHO J
J Capital Stock $200,000.00 •
♦ OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: £
® FRANK W. KETTENBACH, President. ♦
f 6. A. KJOS, Vice President *
S EDWARD C. SMITH, Secy, and Treas. *
£ A. FREIDENRICH «
♦ GEO. A. SMITH $
* FOUR PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS Î
J DEPOSITS.—SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR HANDLING •
• COLLECTIONS.—FARM MORTGAGE LOANS. £
1 FIRE INSURANCE. ♦
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eiarkston-Lewiston Bus and @ab Line
Trunks and Baggage Transferred and Express Delivered Promptly.
Schedule—Daily Except 8 un lay.
Leave Clarkston......7:00 A. M. Leave Lewiston............7:30 a. M.
Leave Clarketon......8:15 A. M. Leave Lewiston............0:00 A. M.
Leave Clarkston....10:30 A. M. Leave Lewiston..........11:16 A. M.
Leave Clarkston......1:10 P. M. Leave Lewiston............1:50 p. M.
Leave Clarkston......2:40 P. M. Leave Lewiston............3:25 p. M.
Leave Clarkston....4:46 P. M. Leave Lewiston............6:30 P.M.
Sunday leaves Clarkston—7: 00 A. M. and 2:30 P. M. Leaves Lew
iston—7:30 A. M. and 3:25 P. M.
Leaves Clarkston from Clarkston Commercial Department Store and
leaves Lewiston from Bollinger Hotel.
Rates: 15c one way; round trip 25c.
Leave all orders «t W. E. Potter's residence, Sixth street Phone
Main " 64 - W. E. POTTER, Proprietor.
......... >»»»♦♦♦♦♦0 4 11111 I D00000HUI I
JUST RECEIVED
One Car Superior Drills
One Car Canton Clipper Plows
Lewiston Fuel and
Transfer Co.
Clyde J. Vassar
Telephone
Residence
(921
1923
Don't forget we are sole
agents for
CROWN
Princess Canned Goods
MJB High Grade Coffee
MJB Tree Teas
Also a fine line of staple and fancy
«reesries
Lewiston Grocery & Bakery
Telephone s8i 350 Mein St.

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