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p- lt GOOD GOODS at Alexanders.
s c Sale affords a rare chance to buy Christmas
. rrat savinc.
g pays of All Week's Bargains
BOISE PAPER DESCRIBES
Up for $5.20
Ji(yles and mater-
YERY SPECIAL PRICES
In New Silk Waists
You want something service
able and stylish for a holiday
evening waist. What could be
more appropriate than the hand,
some Taffeta and Peau de Sole
Bilk Waists we are celling at a
reduction this week? The rf gu
lar price is J6.50. You can se
cure them now for
forget our Big Sale on Ladies' and Children's
- Come early; we can fit anybody now. De-
pdit makes a different story.
xander Dept. Store
feFA fellow loves a GIRL, THArS HIS
If a girl loves a fellow, that's HER BUSINESS
If the fellow that loves the girl. -and the jrirl that
loves the fellow, marry, that's THEIR BUSINESS.
If the 'ellow and the girl want to buy a piano.
Call at 315 Past Court street and we will convince
fjou that it's YOUR BUSINESS to buy of us. Re
memtT our prices tit your pocket and payments are
arranged to suit yourself.
THERKELSEN PIANO HOUSE
utB Successors to
aZM S' WAKEFIELD & CO.
315 East Court Street: H
-it IBHf HHf
' rvnt up those pictures and have them framed at once -
Sheriff T. D. Taylor Visits the Idaho
Capital and Views Its Wonders
Frst Sight of an Electric Car
Guest of the Chief of Police.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor visited Doise
City Thursday, lor the purpose of
bringing the forger McCabe to this
county, to answer for his crimes.
From the tenor of the news item con
cerning his visit In the Canltal News.
the impresson might go abroad that
umauiia county Is entirely In the
back woods, and that Sheriff Taylor
is one of tho rankest back woodsmen
that ever bathed his face in tho me
tropolitan sunshine of Boise City
But such is far from being true,
While "Till" might have acted "conn-
tryfied" to some extent, it was due
to his surprise in finding the captal
of Idaho no more metropolitan than
tne county seat of Umatilla county
The News says:
"Sheriff T. D. Taylor, of Umatilla
county. Ore., is a Boise visitor today
after John HcCabe, a fugitive from
justice from Pendleton, on a charge
of forgery. McCabe was apprehended
at Nampa yesterday upon advices
from Chief Francis, and Sheriff Tay
lor notified of the capture.
"The Pendleton officer is making
nis maiden trip to this city. Ho says
he had heard so much of Boise in late
years that he has always had a hank
ering to see the town before he died.
He was the guest of Chief Francis to
day, and that officer has been busy
showing him tho wonders of Bill
Borah's town. Taylor never before
saw the electric car, and he gazed
with astonishment upon "Old Mis
souri" as it gamboled up Main street
without horses or jumping the track."
REV. KING'S REPLY.
W. H. Prost, Chicago.
Sam B. Hay, Portland.
A. W. Robinson, Echo.
Mrs. Charles Ruan, Echo.
Lucille Miller and nephew, Echo.
S. Rainf'.rd, Idaho.
Mrs. rtaintord. Idaho
Walter B. Day, Chicago.
W. D. Chamberlain, city.
H. M. Ogden, Portland.
H. O. Peyton, St. Louis.
A. P. Bradbury, Portland.
J. A. St, Clair, Kansas City.
H. T. Nelson, Kansas City.
A. R. Brown, San Francisco.
Emit Purtsh, New York.
A. Q. Bartholomew, Heppncr.
J. A. Kenny, Elgin.
J. C. Stow, San Francisco.
A. H. Quantlno, Thorpe.
T. Donavan, Ij Grande.
J. F. Kress, Walla Walla.
R. B .May. Portland.
E. lj, Tatom, city.
lint up those pictures and have them framed at once
tmas is Not Far Away
lu will get the best work and newest style frames if
Iii will come to us. Largest stock to select from
r A 1? P f SHARP New Ideas.
lV-le (J?JL AXlVi fW Hrwc Rfrtr-tr
8afele for Christmas Presents are Given
with Prize Baking Powder.
P'Kaut. Pickled Pigs Feet that are fine. Buck-
1 ft and H O Self-rising Buckwheat. Log Cabin
pSpji English Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans and all
srfjti,-. all fresh and good.
tin's Family Gtocety and Bakery
For ij rvn&Jfjg''
""""fcwt Aha Street
CLYDE ex ti t cm
ij u ft . 'iirvv
U H ? ATl-ORNKY
RK"! LP ATENTi
THE BEER THAT MADE
UNEQUALLED FOR TABLE USE.
All kinds of imported lunches,
hot wiener wurst, sauerkraut and
pigs feet at
KOHLER & GO'S
Will Discuss in a Friendly and Broth-
erly Spirit. "Israel's Gifts to the
Rev. R, W. ning will reiily to the
scholarly lecture of Rabbi Wise, at
the Baptist church, tomorrow even
ing, in taking up the arguments
presented In that able and compre
hensive review of "Israel's Gifts to
the World," kev. King Is actuated by
a desire to add to the worthy cause
of bettering mankind by friendly dis
cussion and a brotherly understand
ing. The impression has gained pub
licity that Rev. King will bitterly at
tack the sentiment, expressed by Dr.
Wise. Speaking of this subject. Rev.
King said today:
"Those who were permitted to lie
present at the lecture of Dr. Wise on
last Tuesday evening, listened to a
splendid address on "Israel's Gifts to
the World." In almost all that he
said upon that occasion I heartily
agree with and in some respects con
cerning the persecution of the Jews
he might have said more. Neverthe
less, there were some points touched
upon, which I believe ought to be
presented from the other side, and
while some may think it the lmprop-j
fir thing to do, I have, nevertheless.
decided to take up some or the argu
ments of Dr. Wise and present the
matter from the side of Christianity.
Also I shall have many words to say
in behalf of the Jew."
The Golden Rule.
H. A. Chamberlain and wife, Boise.
Mrs. J. H. McVey, Lewlston.
J. Jacobson, Portland.
S .J. Jacobson. Portland.
E. A. Wolfe, St, Louis.
J. W. Sklles, Spokane.
Joseph Desback, Silverton.
Rosa Stratton, SIoscow.
Amanda Wolfe, Moscow.
Sadio Harris, Moscow.
Sadie Harris, Moscow.
Sarah Fountalne, Moscow.
Mary Gerberdlng, Moscow. '
Dick Gerberdlng, Moscow.
M. E. Markley, Dayton.'
Louis Winters, Walla Walla.
J. Talbert, Milton.
B. C. Adams, Odessa,
G. L. Thatcher, Portland.
C. L. Downer, Spokane.
A. Hopson, Milton.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
C. A .Lucas, Portland.
H. E. McBeen, Portland.
A. J. Howard, Spokane.
S. S. Montague, Arlington.
J. H. Montague, Arlington.
Mable Snider, Arlington.
Ethel Yates, Arlington.
Lizzie Yates, Hudson Bay.
W. C. Galerher, Hudson Bay.
L. Cunningham, Portland.
W. H. Reeder, Athena.
Mrs. Ringer and child, Pullman.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
STATE OF OHIO, )
CITY OF TOL.EDO, )SS
LUCAS COUNTY. )
Frank 3. Cheney makes oath that he In
the senior nartner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney ic Co., doing business In the city of
roieao, county ann state aroreeaia, ana
that said firm will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars for each and every case
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence this fltu day of December, A.
(Seal.) A. W. OLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
euriaces or tne system, sena tor testi
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
nail's Family Tills are the best.
SUES WALLA WALLA.
To Secure $2500 Damages for
frlngement of a Patent
Walla Walla. Dec. 13. The suit of
Charles P. Allen, of Denver, against
the city of Walla Walla, has been be
gun In the United States court at
Seattle, and service was secured yes
terday by serving Clerk Reynolds,
Mayor Hunt being out of tho city at
the time. Tho action Is to secure
$2500 damages for infringement of a
patent held by Allen upon wooden
pipe connections. The infringement
Is alleged to have occurred In tho
construction of a barrel numo by the
city along Alder street. City Attor
ney Blandford will leave for Seattle
to argue the motion for an Injunction
Low Cash Prices
are what the Miller Cash
Grocery has to offer.
Baking leave your orders for
cakes or pastry of any kind.
Lodges and parties supplied at
very low prices.
623 Main Street
Phone Main 511
Miller Grocery Co.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
I Save Money and Your Eyesight
' " I),.-,.-.,..! iroh Tl.rMnr- (5
I UI ICLICU M
Gasoline Gas Lamp
The PERFKCTED can read-
lly be llghte4 with a parlor &
It elves lu limes ine iigm
ol a common ferrocene lamp
at hall the expense and caie. a
It has a Nickel-silver gen- )f
rraior which doei not ecale $
irom me action 01 utm, uuu
clog the tip ai bran does.
We have Match Lighting
Lumpe from 2 7i up.
Wrtte for ctrculari and
STEWART & GRANT g
Invenlois A M'l'i
Hi Third St.,
brand! gal and
1 I laiollne mantlei
subst wholeialo and re-
- - -W. t.ll
Agent, wanted in every town In U, 8,
"A LITTLE OUTCAST.'
Production Said to Be a Marvel of
Stage Effects Fire Scene Breaks
The biggest scenic production ever
housed at the Frazer will be seen
next Tuesday, December, 16, when "A
kittle outcast" comes to town.
The play la chuck full of modern
amazements, and such indescribable
achievementa as tho theatrical world
has never imagined. So watch out,
a great show Is coming. Seats on
sale at Frazier's Hook Store.
Noted Rebekah Dies.
Prescott. Wash.. Doc. 13. Tho fun
eral of Mrs. C. F. Flathers was held
in this cltv this morning. Rov. J. C.
Lawrence officiating. Mrs. Flathers
died yesterday at Walla Walla, death
resulting from complications In child
birth. With the dead mother was
buried the Infant, which died shortly
after birth. Mrs. Flathers was a past
noble jrrand in the Prescott Rebekah
For Sale Rood bus'ress on Court
street See Earnhart, the real estate
t CHOICEST ij
ij MEATS ;j
are alwdj. supplied our p.trom. j
Good meat, well cooked inakei a
meal complete. Full weight and
,' prompt delivery are Jeatorei of our . '
are alwdj. supplied our p.trom.
Good meat, well cooked inakei a
meal complete. Full weight and
prompt delivery are featart. of our
builueis, which is crowing rapidly
Otto Mies eke
C O U It T S T K K B T
Ho user's Old Stand
TELEPHONE Kltl) 21i
This Advertisement is For
White silk Initial handker
chiefs. A complete assortment
at 35c, 50c, 75c.
Something new. Kscelda with
a silk initialise.
White silk handkerchiefrshem
stitched and plain. All sizes nt
aoc, 30c, 73c, $1 00.
Japanette, a new. soft, ready
for use material, la&c
Fancy bordered and colored
silk handkerchiefs A vety
large line at very low prices
35C, 50c, 75c, $1.00.
A chance to blow yourself.
Silk haudkerchlefs for iaKc
A complete stock of Imported
linen with all width borders
35C 3jc, 50c, 73c, Si. 00
One-half dozen good linen In a
faucy Ikix. A good prebent
Suspenders A very large line
of fancy silk In the latent color
ings 75c,$i no, $1,25, $1.50.
rjlovea Golf lovnt lu black,
pearl and fancy colon joc, 63c,
Umbrellas Fine black silk
with nice liamtlo $1 50 to $6.
Suit Cases Men's leather
cases, 22, 21, 20 luoh $6 to $ao.
(Hove. Diuit'f due ktd drou
gloves, heftvy and medium
Suit Cases Ladle atxt 22
inch. Plain and llttcd-Sii to
Olovea-Sllk lined Snedo at
iwpular prices ISi.as, $1,30,
Neckwear Beautiful on-atlotu
just from tho maker. 33c.
The most complete line in the City,
and we can prove it
the Boston Store
Corner Main and Court Streets.
PERFECTION IN FLOUR
Is reached in BIERS' BEST. Better Hour cannot be made.
The cream of the wheat crop enters in Byers' Best
Flour, which is right for .bread and
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
Christmas Giving is Not Complete
Unless it Contains a Box of Delicious
Candies. f f f
Lowney's Candies in boxes from 10c up to 2.50.
Pam Candies in boxes from 25c to 51.50. Fancy
boxes and baskets filled with Chocolates, Bon Bons
and Crystallized Fruits as ordered. We have them
from 25c to 85 00. And on the quiet, we never knew
a healthy girl who did not prefer a box of Bon Bons
to a verse of poetry. Our candies in fancy boxes are
guaranteed to create new friendship, or to brace up
old and weakening ones.
Anyone will appreciate a bottle of perfume, especial'
ly of extra good. That is the kind you find at our
store. Several new imported odors have just been
received. Beautiful IVfmne Atomizers and Sprink
lers from 35c up to 7. 5a These make elegant
Christmas gifts filled with perfume Ask her what
odor she would prefer she is sure to appicciatc your
We have placed on a nor urate table a lot of Holiday floods
that we think you would like to buy at a raving of -tOo on the
dollar. We want to ncll thun you will wonder "why" we
make a reduction-better look them over, Ills Juot like llijd
You can depend upon It that any gentli'man will uppreolute
u Sufttv Razor Any one can uho it. Kven If lie ilotH 110
shave himself, there are always time when he can ue a wtfety
Manicure Sets. Manicure Scissors, piles and
Knlvtn, Brush and Comb BetH, MHIUry Hair liruHhos, Hhav
iug Beta, Toilet Beta, Olove and Handkerchief Beti, Razor.
Art Metal Mirrors and CandleBtioks
Our line of CandlentickH In the "Art Nouveau" llnUli, 'gold
plated and wrought Iron, are excellent vuluin for the money.
WROUC1HT IKON Mlrrora and Thermometer, atmnall prlct-H,
FRENCH STAG Manicure wt, Military ISrualHw and Cloth' Jlruahett.
The proper thing this tteaau.
BURNT LEATHER Collar and Cuinioxen muke elegant pntwiilH for
BURNT WOOD Necktie Olove HoxeH and Toilet Bets; U'uutlful glfU
for ifcntiemen or ladltH.
P0CKETBO0KS. Wu have a large axvortmciit and we huve always
made a t-i-lulty ul gcxid ioekelbookH.
FOUNTAIN PENS make ui Ideal ChrlHlmaM prxxwit-a lieaiitlful,
ia-ful and laating remembrance, 11.60 to f2.M), guarauteel lo
POCKET KNIVES A pearl hamllwj fxxiket knife will make a nice
present for a boy, plrl, man or woman. We have a flue a-
Ifctiou from 2i (M-nts up (of 2.60, Kxumlne our dollar pearl
handled knife made from the Irf-st ntce,
Walk in and Look Around
You Don't Have to buy
Wearenlyg.'ud loahow our good and tell you all w
know about them.
Koeppen's Drug Btorm
fti fcterw from Main Btreet towrd Court Hoiw,
Main Streets near Postoffice