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Volume 25 LEWISTON, IDAHO, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1900. Number 30 y * * * * * A A .AA 4 < turned her head COULDN'T HELP IT. HER NEIGHBOR JUST PASSED WEARING ONE OF THE NEW FALL CREATIONS FROM .. THE FASHION l Tvvwvwvvvr« m m 1 Tel. 15 A FRESH STOCK JUST RE CEIVED. THE FINEST CANDY ON THE MARKET SOLD ONLY BY DENT & BLUER, Druggists TF IN NEED of a BUGGY or a 1 SPRING WAGON, LOOK at OUR STOCK WE H A V E SOME BARGAINS to CLOSE OUT :::::::::: FLETCHER HARDWARE COMPANY lAA Mwwwwwvwwywww WOLLD YOl ? Would you like to buy a box of writing paper, with envelopes to match, of the very finest Venetian Linen, Prince of Wales Blue Kid, Hurlhut's Ol«l Dorchester Bond, or Hurd's stock? VVe have just ioo boxes and not one box worth less than 25 cents, from that up to 75c, but if you call soon you will have your choice at 15 Cents a Box we'U Tell You Why When yon call. Dont forget to guess for the $600 Piano when in the store Mail order customers will have the check sent ©. H. KJ0S j mm mmmm Why Pay 25 Cents for a Collar ? *£ LION BRAND COLLARS Are all linen. 4-ply, mad£ in all the latest Styles and cost only 15 CENTS We have just opened a large shipment, all sizes and all the new shades. If you have never tried one, do so now and see how good they are. THE FAIR S' LEWISTON VICTORY L. A. A. C. Football Team Defeats the W. A. A. C. Team BY A SCORE OF II TO 0 The Visitors Right Line was Weak While the Home Team Went Through Their Lines Easily. The day was an ideal one in point of weather and the attendance at the L. A. A. C. Park to witness the football game between the Lewiston Ametuer Athlectic club team and the Walla Walla Atnetuer Athletic club team was large and enthusiastic the game being played in 20 minutes for the first half and 25 minutes in the second half, re sulting in a score of 11 to o in favor the home tf am. The game was a very clever one and the best of feeling was displayed between both teams. The team work on both sides was not of the highest order but Lewiston showed a great improvement over the recent game with Pullman. Much praise is due Captain Bradley for his work in coaching the team and many ascribe the victory to his untiring efforts. For the visiting team Villa was easily the star hut many of the team showed them selves to he thorough foot ball players. Their line needs strengthening oil the right. Of the home team it can only be said that every man did his duty and did it well. The sensational run of the day was made by Coons. Cox, Roos, Mc Farland, Harrington, O. Kettenbach and Russell never failed to gain when called on. The Lewiston eleven meets Spokane on their own grounds Saturday the 17th, a hard game is expected. The story of the game is as follows: Lewiston won the toss, took the kick off and Walla Walla chooses the south goal. Roos kicked off to Lyons who re turned it to the 20-yard line- and was downed by McFarland, Villa made three attempts to gain through Lewiston's left tackle but lost the hall on downs. Lewiston's hall on Walla Walla's 20 yard line, McFarland made five yards around Walla Walla's left end and ,Lew iston advanced the ball two yards more on two down, third down three yards to gain, Kettenbach makes the yardage. Cox advanced the ball two yards more. Harrington went through Walla Walla's right tackle for a touch down. McFar land failed to kick the goal. Score: Lew iston 5; Walla Walla o. Walla Walla kicks to Captain Bradley on the 10-yard line, who advanced the hall 20 yards. Lewiston failed to make the yardage. It was the visitors hall on downs. Norris took the ball, but lost 10 yards. McFarland broke through the line and downed the runner for a loss of five yards. Norris made a 20-yard run around Lewiston's left end - In the next two downs they failed to gain and time was called with Walla Walla in possess ion of the ball on Lewiston's 15-yard line. Score: 5 to o in favor of Lewiston. There was 10 minutes' intermission and at Walla Walla's request W. L- Thompson was substituted for F. Roos as umpire. Walla Walla's kick off, with Lewiston defending the south goal. Norris kicked off to Bradley, who advanced the hall 20 yards. Cox gained four yards through Walla Walla's left guard. Coon broke through Walla Walla's right tackle, with a splendid interference and made a 45 yard run and was downed on Walla Walla's 20-yard line. The next two downs were hut small gains and Roos made a 15-yard gain through Walla Walla's right tackle. Coon made a small gain. McFarland bucked center for touch down. Roos kicked the goal. Score: 11 to o in favor of lx - wist on. Walla Walla kicked off to Cox, who ad vanced the hall 20 yards. Coon made 10 10 yards through tackle. Coxed buck cen ter for three yard*. McFarland advanced five yards. Next two downs the ball was advanced four yards. Cox made five yards through center. Roos advanced the ball 6 yards through tackle. Russel made eight yards through center, but was brought back on off aide play. Cox makes five yards, and Harrington three yards. Lewiston fumbled, bnt ball was regained by Cox. Lewistou failed to gain, Walla Walla's ballon downs. Walla Walla made three attempts to gain but were stopped for a loss. Lewiston wade a few gains but lost the ball on downs, Walla Walla's ball. Nor ris theu made a splendid run of 15 yards. The next three downs they failed to gain and the ball went to Lewiston. Harring ton advanced the ball 10 yards. Here Loubinger took Buchet's place at right half. Cox and McFarland took the ball for a five yards gain. Kettenbach made 4 yards, Roos 3 yards Lewiston failed to gain Walla Walla's ball. Walla Walla failed to gain twice. Norris made a splendid punt, Cox returned the ball a few yards aud was downed. Lewiston made some gains bnt fumbled the ball, Walla Walla man got the fumble. Visitors failed to gain aud punted. This time Capt. Nor ris made a commendoble play by rushing forward and putting his own men on aide aud Walla Walla regained the ball on her own punt. Walla Walla lost the ball on downs through a series of bucks. Lewiston advanced the ball to Walla Walla's I5 yard line when time was called, score favor of Lewiston 11 too. The line up was as follows: UAC POSITION W A A C Crowell, B Cox Center McLean Brown R Gnard Quinn Theissen L Guard Cole Harrington R Tackle Warld O. Kettenbach L Tackle Villa L Roos R End Gray Russel L End Proudfoot Coons R Half Butchet McFarland L Half Norris, Capt. Bradley, Capt. Q Back Preston F Cox F Back Lyons Substitutes: Lewiston—Noble, B Cox, Edwards, J Little, Edwards. Walla Walla—Loubinger. Umpire— F Roos, Jr., W L Thompson. Referee— Clios Lydon. NOTES. McFarland suffered a kick in the head yestesday, but it never phased him. Lyons of Walla Walla bad the small Bone in his ankle fractured during the last half and was taken from the field W. F. Kettenbach was the official time keeper of the game. Charles Lydon proved himself to be a:i expert releree. F. Roos, Jr., and W. L. Thompson were the umpires. Walla Walla's team left on the steamer for hottae today feeling much pleased at the treatment received at Lewiston's hands. F. Cox took center for Lewiston after the first pass and proved to be a "hum mer." Otto Kettenbicli's fast work around the end was highly commended. Coons' 35 yard run was one of the main features of the game. Roos aroused the "rooters" when he bucked the line, gaining 15 yards on the third down. The L. A, A. C. boys had the signals down fine. Capt. Bradley's fine delivery being well understood. Capt. Norris, ol the visitors, made an excellent run of 30 yards. Crimson and gold and the "rooters' were out in full force yesterday. Lyons punt of 25 yards for Walla Walla, and their regaiuing the pigskin again, showed the only weakness J.f the home team. McFarland played the whole line, do ing effective work. He thoroughly kuows the game. Fred Cox showed Walla Walla how to leap the lines. Did you see Russell when he caught a Walla Walla man on his shoulder, liter ally packing him back five yards? Brown made a fine showing in inter ference. Everybody knows how Harrington went throught the visitors lines. Robt. Stainton handled the cash at the box office. H. E Lippman was one of the line men. Manager Beckwith, of the football team, and Pres. Crum, of the L A A C, worked bard for the success of the game Boers Near Ladysmith. Ladysmith, Nov. 5— The Boers are re appearing in the neighborhood of the outposts sniping. NOT SAFE AT HOME Bryan Finds Nebraska in Doubt and Devotes To day to Final Round-Up ROOSEVELT RESTS AT OYSTER BAY Will Talk to Hit Neighbors This Evening — Republicans Confl denly Await Tomorrow. to Fairmount, Neb., Nov. 5.—Bryan left Lincoln this morning for a final series of speeches of the campaign and hi* trip will be through the section of the state considered extremely close politically. His first stop was at Exeter where he ad dressed eight thousand people charging that the trust iniquity was brought on by republican rule and denying that Nebraska is prosperous and reading figures by state labor commissioners to prove that real and chattel mortgages in the state had increased one hundred and forty nine million dollars during the past four y ears. Four thousand people welcomed him at Fairmount. Other points to be touched ate Harvard, Min den, Halbridge, Wilcox, Hastings, Aurora, York and Seward returning to Lincoln at six this evening and speaking in the square. He will then leave for Omaha where he makes six speeches to night. Bryan is very hopeful of victory tomorrow. Oyster Bay, L. I. Nov. 5.—-Roosevelt will remain at home today, resting. To night he will deliver his last speech of the campaign to the people of his home town. Special trains will bring march ing clubs from New York to participate in the demonstration. Tomorrow even ing he will receive the returns at hia residence on Sagamore Hill. Forecast for Idaho F. A. Fenn, chairman of the republi can state committee, on Nov. 2, gave out privately the following forecast: "We have returns from all of the counties except Custer and Washington covering 48,797 votes out of a possible 55,000 for the whole state, as follows: canvass: Republican—23,486............. „48 per cent Democratic—14,398...............29)4 " Populist—2556.................... 54 ->o " Prohibition—193................. Silver Republican—563.........1 1-6" Doubtful—7.601...................15>4 " Total....................................48,797 Vote for governor, 1898, same pre cincts: Republican.................................11,476 Democratic................................. 15,186 Populist.................................*..... 3,154 f—:—i TAKE YOUR PRESCRIP TIONS TO THE Owl Drug Store Prohibition................................. 799 Total....................................... 30,575 Republicans, 23486; democratic, pop ulist and silver republican, 17,517—5,969. Republican« over combine fuaioo, 12 1-4 per cent. Legislature rare. Penn. This morning the TKLUtR sent • wit* to Chairman Fenn. The following waa the reply: Boise, Idaho, Nov. 5, 1900 C. A. Foresman; Idaho republican by about 3,000. Morrison safe. Législa ture same. Recent bets even in the «tute. F. A. Fenn. Two weeka ago the democrats would have considered their chances hi to 1 for currying Idaho. - Today they will not concede any odds. Idaho will he taken ont of the doubtful column tomorrow with a safe majority for the state end national tickets. Tagals Sue for Peace. Washington, Nov. 5.— Th« war de partment today received a letter from President Taft of the Philippine com mis sion, forwarding a statement signed by Buecamino, secretary of state to Anguin aldo's cabinet, and by a number of others formerly active in the insurrection, to the effect that the Filipinos are ready to ac cept the sovereignty of the United States and pray for its protection. The eignen represent the desirability of stopping the war and offer to organise a native rev«.It against Agninaldo. The department while appreciating the importance of the latter as a campaign document, refused to make it public today, though they may possibly do ao tomorrow. Senator Davit III. St. Paul, Nov. 5.—Senator Pavia' con dition today is critical. A conaultion of physicians will be held this evening. St. Paul, Nov. 5.—After a consulta tion it waa decided not necessary to amputate as hia condition had improved. Expert opinion is the petient ia suffering from local gangrene. Messages were received from McKinley, ambassador Cambon and others. Aa English Opinion. London, Nov. 5.— The St. James ' Gazette today in summing np the general English opinion'on the American election says: "Bryan will not be elected and that McKinley's imperialism, which happens to jump with the British nations* inter ests, will make his return particularly acceptable to Englishmen." Valuable court Decision. San Francisco, Nov. 5.—In the United States circuit court this morning it was decided that an insurance policy having a cash surrender value exempt from execution in any state passed to the trustees of the bankrupt unless bankrupt secured to the trustee such cash. The surrender value policies passed to the heirs do not become aaaeta. Money Tightens. New York, Nev. 5.—Money rates ad vanced steadily this morning and at eleven o'clock the rate was fifteen per cent. Tightness conceded to be due to election. Five to One. New York, Nov. 5.— McKinley odds this morning are still five and four and a half to one with plenty of McKinley money. ' HOW ABOUT -It PAPERING that -It ROOM THIS FALL. Ii won't -It £ -it cost much.......... We have ALL GRADES AND STYLES OF WALL PAPER AT THE RIGHT -it PRICES.............. Thatcher & Kling iJimaaaiiiAââAmiiiââiAHHmiÉâilâiiimÉHil ylVIWyywIlfWvIrVyilfllleTWIyyniliniriv»' ™