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OF MURDERING CLARA
BOSTON. Nov. 7. —A BMlftttO
answering Qkfl d4pcrtpf.cn of the
man who pawr.c:!" nitiiv'.cred Clara
Morton's watch was arrested late
last night as a suspicions char
acter. This morning a second ar
rsrt tra* marie. Both negroes are
eald to have been seen frequently
at Waverly, where t'..e murder
Allen G. Mason, who is also tin
ier arrest charged with the mur
der, is still held pending further
Investigation. Mason is awealthy
business man of Boston, and he
has been unable 06 prove an alibi,
witnesses having BWtm to seeing
him in 'Waverly Saturday..
Miss Clara Morton, n laundress
at the McLean asylum in WaVerly,
was assaulted and murdered Sat
urday night. A watch known to
have been in her possession WSJ
pawned Monday "by a negro at a
Cambridge street pawnshop, which
constitutes the main clue upon
which the police are working.
Both of the colored men were
released This morning after having
satisfied the of«~r? 'hat tw«y
nothing to do with the crime. Sec
ond Hand Dealer Nemser. who
bought the McPhee and Morton
watches, says that both men wrote
th»ir narres on the cards as John
Miller. He now says that the Mc-
Phee watch was sold by an Ameri
can acs-.verir.js Mason's description.
Nemser was taken to the Cam
bridge jail, where he will sec Ma
son and decide whether he is the
man or nat.
C. G. Windsor, a farmer living
near Spokane, was arrested this
morning by Humane Officer Draper
on a charge of cruelty to animals.
Windfccr came to the city yes
terday afternoon and left his horse
at the Arlington stables. In the
evening, he says about 11 o'clock,
the horse was hitched up and
driven to the Spokane Athletic
Club building and there blanketed
and hitched and Mr. Windsor, who
is a member of the club, entered
and fell asleep on a couch, not
waking till 5 o'clock, and when he
did so found that the horse had
been taken into custody.
, The prisoner pleads not guilty
and the case has been continued.
GOSSIP HERE AND THERE.
Consumption causes more than
12,000 deaths annually in Ireland.
There are now some six Euro
peans in the Buddhist priestho-. d
One hundred Newfoundland fish
ermen have joined the Royal Na
'•'he winters are very cold in
Manchuria, the ground being frozen
U> the depth of several feet.
n the "United Kingdom last year
4627 persons were killed while a<
work and 107,290 others injured.
To our parents, says an expert,
we are indebted for half our mental
traits, to our grandparents one
fourth, to our great-grandparents
one-eight, and so on.
So much damage was done to
the crops in Slnd last year by lo
custs that native collectors have
been offered about Ihi pence for
every pound of locusts' eyes that
The emperor of Germany ia not
the only member of his family who
finds time to do other things than
those of state. Prince Henry of
Prussia has composed a gavotte,
which has been published at Leip
sic. He has a.so arranged a com
position for a strink band.
propietor of a New York
patent medicine who was sued for
divorce was given the alternative
by the court of paying his wife ali
mony or giving her the secret of
his pills that she might support
herself by making and selling
them. He stubbornly refused to
do either and went to jail.
1 Wfeft is said to be the oldest
piano of American make in exist
ence is on exhibition at Indianapo
lis. It was made in Boston in 1820
by Jonas Chlckering, founder of the
present firm bearing that name. It
was owned in Chattanooga during
the war and bears the mark of a
Stray bullet, which, crashing into
the house, splintered the veneer- j
Ing of the instrument.
For the year ending July 31, 1901
the mortality in Bombay city was
102.25 per 1000. the otal deaths
having been 79,350.
.ntelltgent young Chinamen of
Ban Francisco have organized the
Aletliean club to foster Occident si
Ideas among oriental students in
this country. The club has a lar«.
tsorres pond ence membership and
Olcely furnished quarters in the
(California mf.ropo !|«.
The present. California gairie
law is working haw vitr. ;'•••
tanners, orchard;''.* md \■.•<• ■•.
■its. Comp:ahv.« !.?•<• ■ t
from all quartt.-.- < ' f •■
Hons of game o:i t *» rr.i
Jinds which are unc i >■
a Shasta county
that deer have mu'i
an extent that ir.«'
a past. Orchards n:<
that section are '>••
$MB. Quail are ; -
Msjasceus for bur
WWtST i>B!CE STORE IN SPOHSNE FOB GOO!) GOODS
Store News WortK R.eading'
Four Great Saturday Bargains
regular prices, C3e and
75c; to cjose out, while
they last, each »WV
worth up to 75c;
Our Saturday Glove Sale
Ladies* Two-clasp tlid Gloves, overseam. These Gloves
come in all shades, including blacK and white, and are guaran
teed. Regular price, $1.25 pair. i\T a evtsiir.
On sale Saturday at gOC Ps6i
A Specie! Sole or Babies' and Children's floods and Bonnets
Koods of ail descriptions; silK, wool and fun in both plain and fancy, with
velvet and braid trimmings; lined and unlined; all colors.
50c quality for 35c
75c and 85c qualities for 49c
i,! Ill) and SI .28 dualities for 79c
Tine Biggest Bargains ever Brcmg'Ht to SpoKane
FOR QUICtt SELLING
The other day we secured from a leading eastern manufacturer at a most
advantageous price a big lot of
FINE SILIi NECKWEAR
that every woman will appreciate. COME AND SEE. You will sure y
want two or more pieces.
Every conceivable style and shape In ladies' fine silk neckwear —the prettiest you ever saw.
All new, up to the minute styles. Not a poor one in the lot. All at half price* tomorrow.
Af, mm m,
Arrested, Charged With Stealing
an Old Coat Worth $8.
NEW YORK, Nov. 7—Mrs. Al
fred J. La Vlgne of Elmhurst, IV. 1..
I has been arrested, charged with
I having stolen an old coat valued at
J $8. Trie exclusive society ti! •
suburb of which the .c. - -" 1
one of the leaders, is a!! torn v:»
and the trial at Jamaica will be ti
' social flection. .
The man who says he owns the
c at Is George C Johnson. He Itfvs
.'i'tt around «>raer from .
V r*. ar.a o;e'.r ' scKy*r<.2 h •
s a iSa* jp smart .
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<• .*j ** t . r#* .
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* rjr>j? A./vr> jpro vtjltsJD.
Tomorrow we offer a beautiful collection
of Ladies' Trimmed Hats at a very low price.
Made in our own workroom, they are well
worthy your attention. Style features repre
sent many of the leading imported modefts,
while the shapes and materials are of the beit-.
By actual comparison they are better tAa
some $10.00 Hats shown elsewhere. «
Our special Saturday price, . . *p^.™<)
sizes 2 to 12 years;
in white and drab;
One lot of 12 different styles
in Indies' bustles;
300 PIECES AT HALF PRICE
fall snaps In
blinks at, per single roll 3Hc
Gilts at. per single roll 6c
Embossed at. per single r011... .7Mc
These remnants will not last long
at these prices.
1a t us estimate your work, House
painting, decorating. kalsomining.
« . B. WRIGHT & CO.
Irrigated Lands in tHe Spokane River
Valley for sale by
City and Farm Property for sale
Iventals and Insurance.
52250 —Fine six-room house
In Heath's addition; graded
street and sidewaik.
$3000 —Bight room house.
$400 —Corner lot. Heath's
Fifth addition; water at cor
Elmeßtfwf & ! I !..;tHttorl.
::i and then ran for a warrant.
She -ays she doesn't want anything
i Co with such a person, anyway.
A Farjg policeman was passing
:i:e other day along a street when
' c thought he caw somebody in a
''- m tking faces st him and
" arched him to the police station.
«*.-e the commissary recognized
i its as a worthy concierge, an old
-t»/fl*r and the holder of several
■ -..(. It appeared that his facial
.•• ittons were due to paralysis
51.50 finality for 98c
$1.75, $2.00 and $2.25 qualities for $1.19
714 RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
cook & Clarke
715 RIVERSIDE AVENUE.
32i Rookery Bldg
One lot ot snirt waist ex
tenders, made in shape of
a broad bow of pink or
blue sateen; regular v
75c; to close tf
Odds and ends of
ladies' corsets; old
Up to $2.50; }Qf*
to close M. S*~s
$1.25 quality, a pair 980
f. FLINT & CO.
8011-2 Riverside. Tel. E. 251.
Sl9O0 —B-rootn Vottage. large lot.
barn, luwn. shade ami fruits; Fourth
uve., • lose In; half ism.
ysso—G-room cottage, larpe corner
lot. Nettleton add., two blocks from
Bioudway <:ir line; half cash,
5950—8-roora house, two lots, well
..f water and city water; Wi st Main
,v- elope in; will make terms
S2OOO—T-room modern house, lot.
lawn, Shade and fruit trees. small
burn: on Gardner aye.: half Cain
5275— < hoire 80-foot lot with water
on P.;. Broadwa>
Continuous vaudeville show
for lailio. chlldri-n ard gen«
tlemeii from 2:30 to 5 p. ra.
and from 7 to 10:311 p, n..
Entire c\*i.«e of sptclaltlM
Bfoudays asd TbnrsOays.
Amateur ntwht Friday-
BRING IT WITH YOU
will be given away to every Customer presenting
this Advertisement, with every purchase of $1.00
or over. Tomorrow only.
This Is the Light
SEEK NO FURTHER
He Washio?ton Water Power (o.
j Empire State Bldg.
Cor. Howard and Sprague
Telephone Main 130
SIWPIIIGH'S TEAS AND
ilochd and Java Coffee ))(
; Mociid and Jara the Dest 40c
| Guatemala Coffee.. ))(
j Santos Coffee... &
I Ceion Tea;.,. '\OO
CUT THIS Olft
A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR
Special Sale all This WeeK
Ladies' Trimmed and Ready to Wear Hats
Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Notions.
Comforts and BlanKets.
Toweling' and Table Linen.
Men's, Women's and Children's Underwear.
Ladies' and Misses' CloaKs and Suits.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
NEVER BEFORE SUCH A REDUCTION OF PRICES.
Is tHe best fuel for
Furnaces and Cca)
One Ton of CoKe is
equal to one and
tHree quarter cords
of wood, or a ton and
a quarter of coal.
Once used always used
SPOKANE GAS CO.
806-810 Sprague Aye.
and protect yourselves against ad
versity mid old aire. The t!o-Oper
ative .Investment Association beyond
any question of a doubt offers the
grandest plan tliHt was ever present
ed to tlie American people to eecure
a home, to pay off a mortgage, to
obtain a pension or to come Into pos
session of a paid-up policy. Call on
i'.ooms "0-71 Jamleson Blk., Spokane.
No Dirt! No Smoke! No Dust!
Trial order $6.00 per ton.
ANDREW J. OAOE,
cerporatlii Seals $2.49
Robber Stamps tec per Hoc
Anything 1b Rubber or Haul
SPOIiE STAHP WORKS
LARGEST FACTORY IN THE
J. Heiberg & Co.
are made for both men and women. Though they
invariably sell for $3.50 that should not prevent
wearers of high grade shoes from trying a pair,
cause they're just as sightly, just as comfortable
and probably more durable than what you've paid
more money for elsewhere. No other store in Spo
kane sells them.
The Hill Shoe Co.
519 Riverside Aye., 518 Sprague Aye.