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Volume 25 ''I'M FROM MIZZ01RY!" 4 * < < You'll Have To Show Me WHY THE HATS BOUGHT AT THE FASHION ARE NOT JUST THE THING IN FIRST-CLASS M I L L I N E R Y 1 VV VV V-r-v VW VVVVWY irwvv vw wv *T m 9 'IF You Don't Believe It, COME AND SEE The Larges) ami Most Complete Line of Rubber Goods ever Brought to Idaho. Hot Water Bottles, Syringes and Combination Rubljer Gloves, etc., at Prices that Defy Competition. Tel. 15 DENI & BE HER, Druggists r V w vww TF IN NEED op a BUGGY or a A SPRING WAGON, LOOK at OUR STOCK WE H A V E SOME BARGAINS to CLOSE OUT :::::::::: FLETCHER HARDWARE COMPANY " WOELD YOE? 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, Ilurlbut's Old Dorchester Bond, or Hurd's stock? We 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'll 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. ©. a. Kjos mt S SILVERWARE GIVEN AWAY FREE Beginning Nov. 15th, and until January ist, 1901, we sliall Give Away absolutely Free, Quadruple Plated Silverware, ot guaranteed first-class quality. NO GUESSING Everybody has a chauce to get some. Just save your bills until your purchase aggregates the required amount and take the article of your own selection This is your oyportunity to get a beauti ful Christmas present at absolutely uo expense to you The Place to THE FAIR >ave Money ^ COSTLY WAR The Transvaal War Will Cost England a Half Billion Dollars. $10,000 FOR EACH BURGHER The Treasury Estimates Make This the Most Expensive War in all History. to to London, Nov. 14.— The preliminary treasury estimates establish the fact that parliament must vote thirty million pounds to continue the war till January, then twenty millions to end it. This will make the cost to conquer each burgher two thousand pounds or a total of half a billion dollars, making this the most expensive war in the history of the nation Swell Four Hundred Wedding. Nkw York, Nov. 14.—Great prepara tions are beiug made for the wedding of Louisa, eldest daughter of Banker Peir port Morgan to Herbert Livingston Sat erlee, a prominent lawyer, tomorrow. Tbe famous banker will spend one hundred and seventy five thousand dol lars to make the nuptials magnificent. Ten thousand dollars worth of flowers will be used to decorate St George's church, while the truosseau cost fifty thousand dollars. Fire in Detroit Detroit, Mich., Nov. 14.—A fire in the Detroit Bridge Iron Works this mem ing completely destroyed the plant. The loss will reach $65,000. The plant was running with a full shift, night and day, and its destruction will throw 500 men out of employment temporarily. The demand for iron and steel product now exceeds the capacity of all manufactures and there is little doubt that the plant will be restored as last as capital can re build the works Jeffries and Sharkey Matched New York, Nov. 14—Jeffries and Sharkey today matched to fight for the heavy weight championship of the world next May before tbe club offering the largest purse. The bids are to be opened January 15th, and the winner is to take all, with no side bet Each man bas posted twenty-five hundred dollar. forfeit, and it is considered probable the fight will go. Cheered His Death. Belgrade, Nov. 14 —General Darner Moisilovitcb, who killed an old woman for three cents, was executed today be fore a crowd of 30,000 who cheered as the body toppled over into the new grave, after beiug riddled by the fire of his party comrades. Senator Davis no Better. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 14—Senator Davis' condition at ten this morning shows uo improvement and it is generally believed that the physicians have given up hope of his recovery. The senator is conscious but apparently unaware of his danger. Kentucky Senatorial Aspirants. Frankfort, Nov. 14—The latest sena torial aspirant is said to he Judge Can trill, who tried the famous Goebel cases. He is said to he favored by Beckham, j who hitherto has been touting former i Governor McCreary. Amend Interstate Commerce Law ST. Louis, Nov. 11.—Representatives of Commercial clubs and other business men's organizations in the chief cities of the country assembled in St. Louis today to discuss ways and means of bringing alnnit a more satisfactory operation of the interstate commerce law and to unite in efforts to have the power of the interstate commerce commission extended. The delegates present are members of the league of national associations, which was formed about a year ago for the ex press purpose of securing desired amend ments to the interstate commerce law. The conference will prepare a memorial to congress urging that body to pass the Cullotu bill or some similar measure pro viding that the interstate commerce com mission shall be clothed with full power to regulate and maintain railroad rates. Fltz Filled to Show Up. San Francisco, Nov. 14.—Fitzsim mons was to have met JefTries at the Grand opera house, but failing to appear, the match with Sharkey was arranged. JefTries is still willing to meet the Cor nishman. Twelve Kitted. Madrid, Nov. 14—An immense crowd gathered yesterday in the town of Pedreguer to witness the novelty of fe male bull fighters. The grand stand fell killing twelve and injuring two hundred. Root Visits Cuba. Havana, Nov. 14.—Secretary Root ar rived last night accompanied by Gover nor Wood. This morning he took a yacht for a trip to the east ostensibly for fishing but the Cubans think differently. Adjustment Easy in China. Shanghai, Nov. 14.—Pekin advices, dated the 12th, say that the ministers have disposed of the minor points of the settlement and an agreement has been reached on some essential questiona. General Lee Comm? Home. Havana, Nov. 14.—General Lee leaves for the United States Saturday. Tht whole island is now under Governor Woods' command. Seventy-six new cases of fever are reported. Threatened Christian Converts Hong Kong, Nov. 14—Placards posted at Fat Chan say that the native Christians must repent before November 20th or their chapels will be burned and the couverts killed. To Welcome Krueer. Brusshi.i.s, Nov. 14.—Five hundred and fifty societies are cooperating in an address to Kruger. On his arrival there will be a procession in which 10,000 will take part. Kruger at Suez. Port Said, Nov. 14. — The Dutch cruiser Gelderlund, with Kruger aboard, arrived at noon at Suez and is due here tomorrow. TO CONSOLIDATE. The Freach Creek aad Oeldea Gate Mlaes el tbe Pierce Dlatrlct. The annual meeting of the Golden Gate Mining Co., was held in Lewiston yesterday and a number of stockholders were present, and with" proxies, repre sented 700,000 shares of the capitaliza tion. The former board of directors were chosen for the ensuing year. The report of Manager F. II. Wood showed that 17 men had been employed in the mine during the past season, that a sump mill had been put in operation and a sawmill built, a 90 foot shaft sunk on the ore body and 140 feet of tunneling put in, paralelling the ore vein aggrega ting a cost of about $21,000 and also that the company was free from indebtedness. A resolution was unanimously passed by tbe stockholders recommending the con sideration of a proposition to consolidate the Golden Gate Mining company with the French Creek Golden Mining com pany, both situated in the Pierce mining district. The consolidation of the two com panies, if effected, will include some 35 gold quartz mining claims und will be capitalized at 2,500,1x10 shares. The officers and directors will be selected from the boards of the two com panies and the entire property will he placed under one management. The principal stockholde-is are capitalists lo cated in Cleveland, Ohio, who are repre sented here by F. H. Wood, general manager of the Golden Gate and French Creek Companies. The company'will start iu free from indebtedness and 400, 000 shares of stock will be placed on the market for the farther development of the property. The French Creek company are in ses sion this afternoon. Kvkninu Tkllkr—A ll the uews. REICHSTAG MEETS Kaiser Williams Address. Co-operation of Powers in China. CHRISTIAN NATIONS Stand Shoulder to Shoulder for the Punishment of the Guilty and to Restore Order. Berlin, Nov. 14. — The reichst ag opened today. Contrary to «11 expecta tions the emperor in his speech from the throne announced that the bill contain ing the new customs tariff as a base for new commercial treaties would be intro duced in the federal council this winter. This means that the reichstag will not consider the bill at the present session. The kaisers reference to the co-operation of foreign troops iu China and his state ment that German industry had found much acknowledgement at the Paris ex position was loudly applauded. Referring to Chiua the Kaiser said: "As to Pekin, the sons of all nations fought shoulder to shoulder and as the standards there now float side by side, so the several government are animated by one wish to restore an orderly state of affairs as speedily as possible and after the punishments of the chief culprits, to avert recurrence in the future of such disturbance against the peace of the world." National Grange Meets. Washington, Nov. 14.—The 34th an nual convention of the national grange was called to order this morning by Mas tor Aaron Jones aud the convention will be in session nine days tiehind closed doors. The time will be occupied with discussions of ways and means of pro moting and securing a postal savings bank law, a national pure food law amendments to the anti-trust law, laws to prohibit gambling in margins and fu tures and other legislation in which the National Grange is interested. The an nual reports to be presented by the grand master and other officers show the organ ization to be in a prosperous condition lioth numerically and financially. The Grange has a membership now of half a million. Naval Equipment. Washington, Nov. 14—Admiral Brad ford, chief of the bureau of Equipment, in his annual report put expenditures for the coming year at three quarters of million dollars. The chief item being coal estimated at two hundred twenty eight thousand tons. He says coal is FRESH SHIPMENT OF LOWNEY'S AND ALLEGRETTFS CANDIES JUST RECEIVED AT THE Owl Drug Store WHOlfcSALfc and RETAIL two dollars higher per ton now than In 1898. À feasible route for the Pacific cable has been surveyed. Failed With Heavy Liabilities. Nkw York, Nov. 14 —Acting Receiver Treat for Strong ft Co. refused today to discus« the report of the failure. It ia said to be the largest in yean and tbe li abilities may reach |6,000,000. New President For Grand Trank. Nkw York, Nov. 14.—General Super intendent McGuigan, of the Grand Trunk, was appointed general manager today to succeed Hays, now president o ( Southern. Destroyed by Fire. Roanokk, Va, Nov, 14—The Virginia college for young ladies was totally de stroyed by fire this morning. No lives were lost. Bodies Received. Hong Kong, Nov. 14.—The bodies of 50 victims of the recent typhoon have been recovered. Ar Bzclttag Deer Chase. R *KR a K em "*t f r Campbell, who runs 00 the Stuart train daily between Lewiston and Kamiah, tells an interesting story of the killing of a deer about two miles this side of Weippe yesterday, the entire train participating in the «port. He said: "When running along at the rate of about 20 miles an hour skirting the banka of the Clearwater river, we were sud denly startled by the whiatle of down brakes. We looked out. of the door to see Engineer Jack Warren pointing to an object awimming in the river and coming our direction. After a second look we discovered it was a deer, and Jack's ap petite for venison steaks overcame him, so that he threw the lever to stop. In meantime the deer had reached shore, and, becoming frightened, began running and was driven into the barb wire fence along the railroad track where it entan gled it» elf. During all this time no one thought shout getting a gun, but Con ductor Phillips rsn up to the deer, grab bing it by tbe hind legs, while Brakeman Greer pelted stones st it. Engineer War ren came to their assistance with a coal pick aud by several well directed blows sent it beyood the land of the living. The deer was loaded into the baggage car and dressed while the train whirled on, and at Stuart for the next few days there will lie venison for all train men. Gsls-Lsbaiicks. This tuoruing at 6 o'clock at the resi dence of the bride's parents, Miss Mae Cole was united in marriage to Frank Lehmicke ot Kendrick, by the Rev. J.D. McConkey. Only tbe relatives of the contracting parties being present. The newly married couple left on this morning's train after a wedding break fast had been served. Their future home will be in Kendrick, where Mr. Lehmicke is engaged in business. DIAMONDS-^ Diamond Jewelry, Rings, etc. Diamonds in a vari ety of sizes. Call and se lect one and have it mount ed to vour taste at J Jeweler * J. H. BBTHBL'S Jauste Optician LEWISTON HOW ABOUT 4L PAPERING that 4L ROOM THIS FALL. It won't 4L cost much.......... We have ALL c GRADES AND STYLES OF -It WALL PAPER AT THE RIGHT 4L PRICES.............. Thatcher & Kling