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W. C. T. U. Convention.
WasaingTON, Dec. 4. —Today's session of the National W. C. T. U. convention was preceded by a prayer meeting held in Foundry church and led by Mrs. A. H. Hammer of New Jersey. The open meeting was called to order in Lafayette opera house at 9:30 o'clock. After a short service of song, followed by an of fering of prayer by Mrs. Booker T. Wash ington, the regular order of business was taken up. Reports of the -work of the Young Women's branch and the L. T. L. branch were presented by Miss Clara Parrish of Illinois, and Mrs. Helen G. Rice of Massachusetts. Other reports were made by Mrs. Hannah J. Bailey, of Maine, on peace and international arbi tration; by Miss Marie C. Brebu, of Illi nois, on franchise; by Miss Mary A. Blood, of Illinois, on physical exercises; by Mrs Margaret Dye Ellis, of New Jersey, on legislation, and by Mrs. H. T. Guild, of Missouri, on state and county fairs. The consideration of sever al proposed amendments to the constitu tion closed the morning session. At the afternoon session Miss Edith A. Shrigley, of Pennsylvania, presented a report on flower mission, Mrs. Mary D. Tomlinson, of N. J., spoke on social meetings and red letter days and Mrs. Emilie D. Martin, of N. Y , presented a report on purity in art and literature. A big demonstration has been planed for tonight when addresses will be de livered by a number of delegates and visitors of note. Censure tbe Emperor. Paris, Dec. 4.—Emperor William's re fusal to receive Mr. Kruger has caused general surprise here. Most of the morn ing papers make it an excuse for articles sympathizing with the Boer statesman and condemning the kaiser. "The kaiser is no longer a modern Lo hengren," says the Echo de Paris, "but a simple deciple of Bismark. His attitude is dictated by the interests of Germany, which he considers identical with those of England." Some papers publish the kaiser's fam ous telegram of 1896 to Mr. Kruger side by side with that of yesterday. The Instransigent and nationalist or gans comment with their customary vio lence. Huyler's famous New York candy house has made Dent & Butler agents for Lewiston. . IF YOU WANT THE BEST, BUY " CRESCENT " CREAMERY SEP ARATOR BUTTER MINNESOTA'S BEST DAIRY Product Ask your Grocer for it For rent—A number of nice rooms, single or eu suite. Light and heat. Busi ness center. Address lock box 460, Lew iston. NOTICE. The Prescription Drug store is now lo cated at the place formerly occupied by the Fashion. Captain Schattner, well known as a competent and thorough pharmacist, personally compounds all prescriptions and private recipes, thereby insuring that thoroughness so essential in all prescription work. Snowflake comforts direct front the manufacturers at McGilvery & Boston's. 48—tf Raisins, currants, citron, lemon and orange peel, boiled cider and all ingred ients for fruit cake and mince meat at Russell's grocery. 46-tf 'Phone No. 906 will find Wm. F. Galbraith, the Dentist. Buy factory comforts at McGilvery & Boston's and save the middleman's ptofits. 48—If FOR RENT—A 4-room house, base ment and large barn. Block 4, North Park place, near Normal. Have cus tomers for residence, business and farm property. Frank J. Young, Lewiston Nat'l. bank block. The best canned vegetables is the Mil lionaire Club, for salt at Russell's groc ery. —Cudahy's Celebrated Rex brand ol hams and bacon at Wildenthaler's. WHEAT STORED FREE. The Lewiston Milling Co., are prepared to store 40,000 bushels of wheat for mil ling purposes without any storage charges. NOTICE. (This the last call.) After the first of January, 1901, all ac counts and notes due me and not paid be fore that date will be placed in tbe hands of an attorney with orders to collect. Please note and govern vourself acco dingly. 52 ' C. C. BUNNELL. In buying snowflake comforts direct from tne factory we save the middle man s profits for our customers. Mc Gilvery & Boston. 4 g_ tf Osteopathy. Drs. Bullock & Cole, Osteopaths, are now located in Lewiston. They are pre pared to treat all acute and chronic cases successfully. To all the sick and suffer ing we say come and let us reason to gether. Von will find us at room 17, at the Gateway. L. L. STRONG, Undertaker ana Embalmer. Room« in new Eichenberger block Stenography and Typewriting. All Work Doae Promptly. ^ Adrian R. Sweet. C Binnard Block. # pAF wwwwvwv . F. W Kattpnhaoh t I P. W. Kettenbach, ► > > id Loot Fire ta» S Lewiston, Idaho. Dray and Express W. E. MATHEWS, Proprietor. All orders promptly at tended to. Call or leave orders at Thatcher & Kling, Tel. Ill FMFAFRFAF w wwwwwm [ E. TEXIER, THE PIONEER GROCER. A full line of select family Groceries. i Fruits and vegetables in season. Good value for your money. Prompt delivery. Main Slret, between 2nd and 3rd. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY NONE BETTER SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS PALACE DINING, SLEEPING AND OBSERVATION CARS. MEALS—A LA CARTE TOURIST CARS OF THE LATEST DESIGNS Close connection East and West-bound at Spokane with trains of the O. K. & N. Com pany. Direct connection at St. change of depot, with all triins for Chicago. New York, Boston. Philadelphia. Omaha and all points West and South. Leaves Spokane daily for beast at 10.15 a.m. Leaves Spokane pailv for West at 7:45 p. m. West-bound trains make direct connection for Seattle, Tacoma. Portland. San Francisco and all points on the Sound. East-bound trains, during the season of navigation, connect at Duluth with the mag nihcent steamships Northwest and North land of the Northern steamship Company operated in connection with the Great North ern Kaliway. For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of the O. K & Company, or to F I Whitney, H. a. Jackson, MX jy in Love, 41 THAT IS HIS BUSINESS. IF A G I R L'S IN LOVE, THAT IS HER BUSINESS IF ANYONE IS IN LOVE WITH GOOD PRINT ING, THAT IS OUR BUSINESS WE DO MOD ERN PRINTING AT MODERN PRICES THE TELLER PRINTRY HOTEL DE FRANCE W. H. Davidson PROP&IKTORS. Completed remodelled. Every thing firstclass. Rates, $1 to $2 per Day H. T MADCWICK. Coitrator ml BnUiff I.BWISTON, IDAHO Nothing like iti That is what everybody says about the WEISGBRBCR BEER_ Strictly a first class article and atwolutely pure. Can be had lu keg or bottle. Th« California Browary, WeinharcUDepot Main st., opp. Damas building. • CHAS. PARKER, Proprietor. Old Hermitage, and other fine Castle Whiskies, Imported Wines, Brandy, Gin and all varieties of leading case goods together with .... La Flora de Alfonso, and Fieata de Oro Ci gars, and ....... WEINHARD'S BEER, Comprehend ■ first-class dock of Wines. Liquors and cigars which I oiler to the Lewiston public. CHAS PARKER FRUIT BOXES OF ALL KINDS MANUFACTURED BY THE Winchester Lumber CO e e e e WINCHESTER LUMBER CO., Winchester, Idaho. am * •x o N 8 Pullman Sleeping Cara Elegant Dining Cars. Tourist Sleeping Cars St. Paul, Minneapolis Duluth Fargo to Grand Forks Crook ston Winnipeg Helena and Butte. THROUGH - TICKET8 TO Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New York Boston and all Points Fast and Sont'*. For inlormation, time cards, maps and tickets, call on or writ» R. B. Hooper, Agent. —ok— A. D. Charlton, Asst. Cen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Oregon. SIDEBOARD SALOON^-* W. L. BOISE, Prop. SPRCIATIBS— Red Top Rye, (ten vests old) Pullman Bourbon (fourteen yean old) Old Crow, Hermitage, Old Taylor, Canadian Rye, Canadian Whisky Courteous Treatment to A1 e G KRESS Jewelor Watchmaker REPAIR! MO SPECIALTY Mala Stmt. Pvstalflce Blech L. e. NEAL. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER And dealer in furniture, picture frames and moulding, White,Wheeler & Wilson, and New Home sewing machines. Ma chines to rent. Téléphonés: Store, 96a; residence, 873. Range Meat Mai ket. DILL BROTHBRS, Prop's. Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats. Sausages and Fancy Meats a specialty. We woult be pleased to receive a portion^of your patronage Boot Mala Street. Lowleten, la« .............. —...........-........................■-........ ■- ■■ ~~Ti ... M. Donzac & Co. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Mallory & Lydon Livery Stable. (Martin Uollln'a Old Stand) Idaho. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABILE. New Rigs, New Stock, Everything up tc date, receive prompt attention. 'Phone No. 17. Calla will OUR SPECIALTIES 4»* 4» 4* 4» *1» Telephone'108 Wildenthater Block Home Rendered Lard,SnT" HAMS and BACON Pork Tenderloins, Sparer ribs, Pork Sausage, Head Cheese, Liver Sausage,eto. an MARKE! W WVWWWfWl Buiiington Rouîi! flow Arc You Going East? Why not via Billing« and tba Burlington Route? Go that way and—if you live anywhere along the„tnain line of the Northern Pacific—you need not make a «ingle change of car« from the time you leave home until you are landed safe, sound, and on time at Kansas City or St. Louis. Only one change of cars to Omaha and Denver. Tick*!* al Northern Pacific Ticket office*. Latter* of Inquiry, addressed to the undersigned, will receive prompt attention. A. B. JAeKSON, Afloat. Jamlooon Bids., Spokane, Wood. Gi va* the abolee of TWO ROUTES Oregon Short Lin« VIA SALT LAKE DENVER OMAHA Atm KANSAS CITY Great North'11 Ry VIA SPOKANE MINNEAP OLIS ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO Oman Mtaomeni laovo Portland ' fw Day* ft* y SAN FRANCISCO. Steamers leave Lewiston doll, a. in., cournotlng at Rl| trains tor east and «cm leave Rtparia at 8 a. in. tMeenwr h a w s Lew I. ton every Hu inlay, to8Q p. tu. far Wild Gratae itaptds (stage of yotar per nr Gen 'I Agent, W. H. H(J HI. BURT, LewlatOQ Aua'l, Onil'I Pammugar Agent Portland, Oregon