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ROOM NEAR MEN Maw Rules for Co-Eds University. st Chicago Chicago. Dec. 2*.—Rules that the deans of women at state universities would like to see observed by the girls attending these schools were prepared yesterday. The deans ended their con ference here by drawing up resolutions embodying the results of their delibe rations. The points brought out in these resolutions follow: •'That private houses In which women students lodge should be super vised personally by the dean, and that only such houses should be placed on the list as rent no rooms to men stu dents and furnish a reception-room on the first floor. ••That physical training should be required of all women students and that the latter should not take part in public athletic contests. "That all social affairs, with two pos sible exceptions, should close at mid night; there are too many social af fairs. ''That Is there* are sororities, there should be a large number; excessive •rushing* Is condemned. "That the segregation of classrooms Is condemned. "That residence halls of moderate size are advisable for women students." Mrs. Myra Jordan, dean at the Uni versity of Michigan, was chosen chair man of a committee to arrange for the next conference to be held at Ann Ar bor at a date not yet selected. Mrs. J. C. Elder, of Moscow, Is visit ing her sister, Mrs. V. D. Norman, in Clàrkston. No, No, Not Hobo! But LOBO; its the Lobo Cigar, sold at The Grand Cigar Store Our Country Exchanges 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 WE DO NOT USE SINCE WE HAVE INSTALLED OUR LINOTYPE MACHINE. THE BODY GOOD CONDITION, AND MUCH OF OUR JOB TYPE I» 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 An Unparalleled Offer SORTS 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 CASE WITH CASES INCLUDED. ONE FONT 12 POINT JENSEN WHICH WE WILL SELL WITH CASES INCLUDED FOR 12*/ a CENTS PER POUND. ONE LARGE FONT OF LEGAL ITALIC WHICH WILL GO AS THE JENSEN AT 12*/ a CENTS WITH THE WRAUST H U AVE° 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. STONEBORNERIS DENIED DIVORCE Supreme Court Mske. Fin., Deci.ion •n Case. cour°t i8 h W K h0 ' DCC - 28 - The su Preme rt has handed down a decision re versing the judgment of the district court of Nez Perce county granting a divorce to Dr. Joseph W. Stoneburner of Leland from his wife Abbte. The court says that the divorce is for inno cent persons, and should not be granted when it shows that the plaintiff is KUllty of such an offense against the marriage contract as is chanced îf f^undS**® . de f endant - The evidence Judgment! 0 ln8ufficient «"stain a In passing on the case the court re facts as bl> ought to light by the testimony, it appears the plaintiff deserted his wife in 1896, charging cruel treatment. It was found bv the court that the fundamental cause was the plaintiff's Infatuation for another woman, though probably true that he suffered some well merited chastise ment for his attentions to other women. I 10 appllpd for a divorce in Indiana in 1896, and lost the case. Then he left the state and came to Idaho, where he again sued for divorce in 1900. his wife coming out here to defnd the case He then visited his wife for the pur pose, as asserted, of seeking reconcilia tion, but he took pains to have witness es stationed where they could hear what passed. The court finds that, had he sincerely desired a reconciliation, he would have gone to her home, and not waited until she had followed him across the continent, to defend his ap plication for a divorce. The wife re ceived Judgment in the second suit, hut he was successful in the lower court in the present, his third action. The case was taken to the supreme court by Attorney Engene O'Neill of this city, who has been Mrs. Stone burner's attorney throughout the pro gress of this suit, since 1900. Mrs. Stoneburner is now a resident of Cali fornia, and is employed as matron in the Hoopa Valley Indian school. S. K. Noel and wife from Woodburn, Oregon, are visiting friends in the city during the holidays. Mr. Noel has Just sold his milling Interests at Woodburn and is looking for another suitable lo cation. A. C. Bishop, secretary of the local typographical union, and an employe in the Job office of Blair & Williams, managed to catch the middle finger of his left hand in a jobber the other day and as a result he has a very sore hand. The finger nail was torn off, but his Injury is healing nicely. HE THREATENS MUTUAL LIFE Lord Harmsworth Wants Ablt to Hoad Company. Man Chicago, Dec. 20.—According to the Dally News correspondent. Lord Harmsworth cabled from London to the Mutual Life Insurance company, saying: "I am insured in your company for two hundred and sixty thousand and I don't desire to injure the concern. However, unless a sound Insurance man of proved ability Is appointed to the presidency, I will be forced to at tack the company in the Interest of British policy holders in all my peri odicals." In reply, Lord Harmsworth received a call from D. C. Haldeman, the Lon don manager, who showed a cable gram instructing him to "keep Harms worth quiet." Lord Harmsworth an swered, saying that the conduct of the company was disgraceful as far as In surance features were concerned. He said he wouldn't consent to the ael< tlon of a man unfamiliar with insur ance, and recommended Mr. Haldeman. He stated further that he would re serve his attack seven days. The at tack on Peabody is about due. Harmsworth controls thirty on more publications in England, and on the continent, and he calls to his aid the personal assistance of the big politi cians and financiers of Europe and America. REAL ESTATE TRAN8FER» IN CITY AND COUNTY Reported by the Commercial Trust Co., of Lewiston. Dec. 23, 1905—Deeds. Charles L. Gifford et ux to Lillian V. Haury, SI-2 El-2, El-2 NE1-4 SW1-4 Sec. 5-35-5 W; consideration $1500. Z. A. Johnson et ux to J. B. Lorer, lots 5, 6, 4, block 18, Johnson's First Add to Nezperce; consideration $400 John Canhan et ux to Clearwater Timber Co., NW1-4 Sec. 21-38-5 E; consideration $1.250. Geary Vanartsdalen to same, NE1-4 Sec. 25-37-5 E; consideration $800. Carl A. Pearson et ux to Walter Og den, SE1-4 Sec. 15-40-3 E; considera tion $1.00. Edmond D. Potvln et ux to Earl A. Beeman. W. 10 feet lot 11, block 2, Mrs. S. C. Thompson's Second Add.. Lewiston; consideration $90. Patents. U. S. to Carl A. Beeman, 8E1-4 Sec. 15-40-3 E. U. S. to Nicholas B. Schiader, NW 1-4 Sec. 24-35-1 E. »1. Mary C. Markham at cone to George W. Harrington, part of 8El-4 NW1-4 Sec. tS-Sf-S W; consideration $1. The City of Lewiston to Charles Par ker, fractional portion of lot 12, Morris Add., N. of N. line of Fourth avenue, city; consideration $201. Shoshone County to John L. Dunn, lots 0 and 7. block 12, Oroflno; con sideration 226. John L. Dunn to Albert L. Morgan, see above; consideration 21. 8. E. Arant to Bell A. A rant, lot 1 and north S feet of lot 2. block 27, In Holbrook Tract, Lewiston; considera tion 21.00. J. W. Stoneburner to Eugenie Tim ber-lake, lot 4, block 1; lots 2, S, 4, 10, block 2; lots 0. 0, 10, block S, Town of Leland; consideration 21. Charles M. White to William K. Lar son, Nl-2 8E1-4 Sec. 12-SS-l E; con sideration $2200. Frank E. White to Frank Chandler, 81-2 SE1-4 Sec. 12-23-1 E.; considera tion $3500. William E. Larson to same, same as White to Larson; consideration $2,000. Alvin S. Wlckersham et ux to same, SEI -4 Sec. 17-33-1 E; consideration $5500. Frank Chandler et ux to Frank E. White, see above; consideration 20000. Wm. E. Larson to Charles W. Heb erly, lot 7, block 29; lot 6, block 40, Town of Nemperce; consideration 2170. Richard Smith et ux to William B. Dew, lots 3 and 4, block 17, University Add., Lewiston; consideration 2000. John Eyschen to Frank B. Kirby, E 1-2 SE1-4 Sec. 4; Wl-2 8W1-4; Sl-2 NW1-4. El-2 SW1-4 Sec. 3-33-2 W; consideration $7500. Patents. U. S. to Nels C. Longeteig, 8W1-4 NW1-4. Wl-2 SW1-4 Sec. 2 and NW 1- 4 NW1-4 Sec. 11-35-1 E. U. S. to John Eyschen, same as Eys chen to Kirby. Dee. 22, 1905—Deeds. Albert Sogard et ux to Robert Smails, lot 9, block 6, on Main Street, Town of Culdesac; consideration $450. Joseph B. Wolf and J. A. Yochum et us, lots 9 and 10, block 8, Nez Perce Add., Lewiston; consideration $000. Toney Schumaker et ux et al to J. G, Schumaker, Nl-2 SE1-4 and NE1-4 SW1-4 Sec. 13-36-6 W: lots 2 and 3 and SE1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 18-36-5 W; con sideration $1.00. Annie W. Kroutlnger to Sarah E, Vollmer, 2-3 interest In lot 1, block C, Vollmer & Kroutlnger Tract; also 2- 3 interest in part of lot 4, block C; consideration $2.00. Edward L. Mayclln et ux to Irven Kinyon, lot 2 and 106 feet off of 8. end of lot 6, block '7, Town of Fletcher consideration $50. Guss A. Swanson et ux to Elsie M Tobte, lot 14, block 4. and lot 17. block 3. Clearwater Add., Lewiston; consld eration $1600. John P. Vollmer to Annie E. Krou tlnger, lot 3, block C.' Vollmer & Krou tinger Tract, Lewiston; consideration $1.00. Final Receipts. U. S. to Peter Carlson. 81-2 NE1-4, SEI -4 NW1-4 Sec. 4-36-1 E. Dee. 26, 1905—Deeds. Annettle Risdon to Ella A. R. Hough ton, lot 10, block 5, Risdon Tract, City of Lewiston; consideration $700. Wm. E. Larson to George W. Clark, El-2 NE1-4 Sec. 8-33-1 E; considera tion $2450. Goods for Holiday I CHOICEST LINK IN TH« CITY. A» REPRESENTED. Tour choloe of a fins line oCBUosr in» Stiver Glass, Diamonds, Lockets, Necklaces, Bracelets, Hi Brooches, Diamonds, Rtaga, Scarf Pina, Bteaws ButN Ladles' and Gents' Gold and Gold Filled Wa t ch e s à CHAS. G. K JEWELER Hi i»» iil THIESSEN SU I LOI NO. Frederick Weyerhaeuser to dear water Timber Co., El-1 NE1-4 Bee. 22, 8E1-4 8E1-4 Bee. 22. 8W1-4 8W1-4 Sec. 24. Wl-2 NW1-4. NB1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 25, SEI -4 8W1-4 Beo. 24. Wl-2 8E1-4, 81-1 NE1-4 Sec. 27-27-2 B; lot 2. SEI -4 NW1-4 Sec. 7, BW1-4 Bee. 26 37-6E; Nl-2 8E1-4. Nl-2 8W1-4 Bee. 34-S8-4 E; 8EI-4 Bec. 7-22-2 B; EX-2 8W1-4. 8E1-4 NW1-4, NW1-4 BW1-4 Sec. 20-40-2 E: El-2 NW1-4. El-2 BW 4. Wl-2 Wl-2 Sec. 27-41-2 E; con sideration 27,720. W. R. Gibbs to Directors School Diet. No. 24, 8E1-4 NE1-4 Sec. 21-tt-l W; consideration $1. Catherine J. Knight to Peter Pauls. 8E1-4 8W1-4 Bee. 22-22-2 W; con sideration $1000. Frank 8. Barber to C. W. Ervin, part of W. end lot 14, block 24. Grandview Add., I^wlston ; consideration 21229. David H. Gullland to State of Idaho, water right In Nl-2 BE1-4 NW1-4 Bee. 6-20-2 E; consideration 21. Patents. U. 8. to Henry Bchlader, NE1-4 Bee. 24-35-1 E. IT. 8. to Henry 8peuter, lot 1, NB1 NW1-4 Sec. 21-37-6 W. Final Receipt. U. 8. to Lori* J, Aanderaon, NE1 NW1-4 Bee. 15; 81-2 8W1-4 Bee. 10. SE1-4 8E1-4 Sec. 9-22-3 E. Dee. 27, 1906—Deeds. William E. Snyder to John Swank. El-2 8E1-4 Sec. 1 and El-2 NB1-4 Bee. 12-27-3 E; consideration 21436. Edward Holee to Jacob E. Freeborn, lot 10, block 3, Holee Add, Town of Forest; consideration 230. Frank E. Rlsley to Cora Miller, lot 10, Durham Add., Lewiston; consideration 11 . 000 . Maybelie B. Fuller to L. A. Jahuke, lot 3, block 10, Oroflno; consideration 1600. R. C. Kirby to Marth* and 19. block 44, foski ISO B. T. Cyrus to I 12. Peel_ " D. B. Weaker to 44, Peek; Sarah C. Thompson to ) lots 1-10, block Ü, Mm S. C. son's Bseond Add., Lewiston; ration $229. William A Wellman to_______ away, lot 19. Fairvlow Add, Alles C. Alford to ymnrtt.* part of lot 14. bledk. consideration PotaMtt.' U. 8. to Joe p. To See. 21; Wl-2 8W1 Dcc, MM, 1268—Deads. Wm. j. Wilkinson ot *1 to Granite Co, placer 1-4 Sec. 24, lota 2 W.: consideration 4s,ess snsrss. B. Cooper to B. C, N. side William Bhrivsr i 1-4 NB1-4 Bec. 1M-M-S *; tlon $22. The German Trail Co. key. lot 9, Mock 19. _ Lewiston; consMsratlflT 2199. IT. 8. to Robert Beechler, BW 1-4 ! 6-19-4 W. . A , V. B. to David M. Bu rg ess , Nl-2 ! 1-4 Bsc. 2; 81-2 8E1-4 Soc. 4-22-1 U. 8. to Frederick Distorts, Sl-2 1-4, NW1-4 8E1-4, NB1-4 BW1-4 22-29-1 K. IT. 8. to Job W. Bonner, 8B1-4 12-35-3 E. FImI Receipt. U. B. to V, Landqulat. lots 2 s and Wl-2 SW1-4 Bee. 24-21-5 W.