Lewiston Sugar Factory. Some Facts of Interest About the New Plant up North. Quite a foico of Japs arc In Lewis-ton Lewis-ton pieparlng dwelling houses to llvo In during the present season. The Japs In working beet land do only tho manual labor, such as weeding, thin-Ing thin-Ing and topping. The fanners do all team work. Tho Japs reecho $18.00 per aero for a ten ton jlcld, twenty-live twenty-live cents per ton additional up to twelve tons, and for all over twelve tons per aero fifty cents per ton will be paid. Some people have had an idea that long-time payments sue allowed the promoters of sugai factories when plants aio installed. This is not the case, as theio Is no "pay after harvest" har-vest" with these people. Dvcr & Co., who aic building the Lewiston factory, fact-ory, are paid In six monthly payments beginning this month, with the exception ex-ception of 75 percent that is held back until the completion of the factory. The railroad Is expected to icacli the Lewiston Hat within fifteen das, and with in that time there will not be less than two hundred men at work on the factory.