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IN REPUBLIC BUSINESS
Ben Hur Mine to Begin Shipping Immediately—
Others Working FuH Forces.
C. O. Barness, who is deeply in
s©rested5 ©rested in Republic, was in the city
'esterday and in an interview spoke
Of Republic's prospects. "Business
In Republic," said he, "is gradually
improving in keeping with a more
p. atnising outlook.
"Freight charges and smelter
treatment at the Granby smelter
for Republic ores at present is
16.50. With increased facilities the
smelter will be able to give better
"There are no Improvements
worth mentioning in the building
line, but as to mines the Quilp is
WOMAN AT HEAD
OF NEW YORK BANK.
NEW YORK, Dec. I.—Mrs. Sarah
Frances Dick of Huntington, Ind.,
has been offered the presidency of
the new bank for women to be
started in this city. For many years
Mrs. Dick was the only woman bank
cashier in the country. She entered
the bank in Huntington as assistant
cashier in 1873, her father being
the cashier. When her father was
made president of the bank she
was chosen by the directors to fill
the position of cashier. The other
bank ofllcers alway contend that
she tilled the position better than
any man they had ever been able
It is said that the new bank In
New York has received promises of
support which will give it $5,000,000
in deposits the first year.
MAKE OFF WITH CLOTHING
Saturday was a banner day with
tho sneak thieves, judging from the
reports that have been turned in
Morgan Stone, colored, reported
that someone had entered his house
and ransacked bureau drawers and
broke into a trunk, from which they
extracted $42 In currency, watch
and several articles of less value.
Seaman & Co., at 042 Riverside
aye., were robheed of a new seal
Dreyfoos & Co. of Hfi Riverside
ttve. lost a valuable smoking
A Chinese company also sustain
ed the loss of a couplo of silk
La Porte, Ind.—A lad of IS years
of age named Mosely Reynolds
waged battle to the death with rob
bers who broke into the Westville
bank, where lie was employed. Evi
dences show 20 shots had been ox
changed. The plucky lad secured
his object In that the robbers were
Unsuccessful in blowing open the
safe, but only at the cost of his
K'pHng: Glad to meet you again, old chap. (Kipling has sent to New York for
a olling-pin, explaining that it must be suitable for making American pies.)
at present working 30 men and
making dally shipments. The Lone
Pine-Surprise, San Poll and Trade
Dollar mines are also employing all
the men that can be worked to ad
vantage. I am likewise informed
that the Ben Hur company intends
to start up with a good force on
the first of December for the pur
pose of taking out ore for shipment.
"Hereafter I fully expect to see
a gradual increase in the ore out
put of the camp and six months
from now Republic will be the
leading center of activity north of
your wonderful city."
TEXT OF REV. DOWNEY'S DIS
At the Unlversalist church yes
terday Rev. E. C. Downey preached
on the use of the crisis in the de
velopment of character. Among
other good things he said:
"The crisis of life never makes
the man—it is the proving of the
man. It reveals what has gone be
fore In one's life. If he has sown
to the wind he shall reap of the
whirlwind. If he has a cultivated
mind and spirit he will possess that
balancing power that will enable
him in all evil days to stand like a
man, the offspring of his father —
Inheritance of Million and
FRANKFORT, Dec. I.—Today's
Gazette says that the kaiser has
been left an inheritance' of $1,250,-
--000 by Wilhelm Hildebrand.
Rev. M. E. Dunn of the First
United Presbyterian church preach
ed a stirring sermon last evening
on tho "Harvest of the Amorlcan
The charming comedienne who la touring in Clyde Fitches clever
piny, "The Girl and the Judge." Miss' Russell will next week begin re
hearsals for her new play. "Mice and Men," which will be given its
premier in New York about the first of the year. The play Is by Made
leine Lucette Ryley, and has been very successful in London, where it
has been running more than a year.
CAPTIVATES NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Dec. I.—The, most
admired girl in Boston has become
the most admired matron in New
Miss Marian Mason, who was the
undisputed queen of Boston society,
is now Mrs. Richard T. Wilson, jr.,
and her beauty and cleverness have
When the young matron reached
New York she found that every
door was open to her. Mrs. Cor
nelius Vanderhilt was a Miss Wil
son, Mrs. Ogden Goelet was a Miss
Wilson, Mrs. Michael Henry Her
bert was Miss Wilson, Mrs. Ogden
Wilson was a Miss Astor, Mrs.
Richard T. Wilson is known as the
"mother of all society." So the
junior Mrs. Wilson found things all
arranged for her success. And a
success she is.
Is Charge Against Joseph
Blondin in Boston.
BOSTON, Dec. I.—The case of
Joseph Wilfrid Blondin, who is
charged with murdering his wife,
whose headless body was found In
a wood lot In Chelmsford in June,
1901, was called for trial today. The
murder was one of the most atroci
ous crimes committed in this vicin
ity in many years and the trial
promises to attract wide attention.
Blondin was captured in New York
city several months after the com
mission of the crime. His identity
was revealed by his appearance at
police headquarters as an applicant
for a firemen's license.
Macedonians Fled Before
VIENNA, Dec. I.—"Die Informa
tion" today reports that a fierce
battle has occurred between Turk
ish troops and the Macedonians at
Planina near the Bulgarian frontier.
The Macedonians' loss was 300,
two being killed outright and 140
wounded. The Turkish loss was
250 killed and 600 wounded. The
Macedonians fled In disorder.
The Grand Forks-Republic Con
struction company Intends to build
on into Spokane some time next
summer and the promoters are
working with that end In view. If
the line can be gotten through to
Spokane, the Canadian Pacific
would be willing to take it over,
while under the present circum
stances with the line only extended
as far as Republic there Is not
enough inducement for the C. P. R.
to take it.
For the past 24 hours the com
mercial wires and the various rail
way telegraph lines have been un
certain and have caused much de
lay to traffic.
The Big Four and Chicago &
Northwestern railways suffer the
effects of an open switch, causing
the derailment of passenger trains
In both instances.
It appears the accident on the
Northern Pacific near Missoula was
caused by an empty engine getting
a start without being manned
through the throttle's leaking
The Oregon Railroad & Naviga
tion company's steamers, which
have been tied .up for two months
on account of the engineers' strike,
are again plying between San
Francisco and Portland on schedule
The Northern Pacific railway is
experiencing no little annoyance in
its tight to keep up tne supply of
coal for its engines and other im
mediate requisites. It is .furnishing
coal for the Great Northern com
pany and will do so until the min
ing on the Washington & Great
Northern railway has been thrown
The Chicago, Rock Island & Pa
cific Railway company up to the
present time have had no trace of
the robbers who held up the Kan
sas City Express near Davenport,
lowa, November 22.
The elevated railroad employes
of Chicago will have a union form
ed by Wednesday and will immedi
ately approach the management for
a schedule of wages to coincide
with the existing conditions.
The Santa Fe has purchased the
California & Nevada railway, un
completed, for 160,000.
There was $. r >f>7,24ti,S4l paid In
salaries to the various railway em
ployes in 1900. The record of 1901,
1 hough yet incomplete, will be an
increase. There is a movement
which expects to prove that the
raise in freight rates will offset the
increase in wages which have be
come so popular of late.
The Southern Pacific has ordered
100 chair cars from the Pullman
The Denver & Rio Grande have
ordered 7f>o cars from the American
Car At Foundry company.
The sum of f5.000,000 will he
spent on construction in Missouri
by the Hock Island railway.
The Canadian Pacific has order
ed 50 new coaches.
The Southern Pacific will spend
lIOO.UuO in colonization of south
western Louisiana ami southern
Texas. Land is being sold at the
rate of 100,000 acres per month.
General Superintendent Sumner
.1. Collins of the Wisconsin Central
railway' announces a raise of $5
for all telegraphers.
The Burlington is double tracking
between St. Joe and Omaha.
The Washington ti Croat North
ern railway's terminal buildings
have been completed at Republic,
The president of the t). 11. & N.
confirms tho statement that the
trainmen will receive a 10 per cent
The Denver, Northwestern & Pa
cific railway, a proposed line from
Denver to Sail Lake. is. according
lo reports, backed by the Rock
The Santa Pc may build a con
nection with the Denver & Rio
Grande railway. If it Is attempted,
the building of a line 250 miles
from Needles, Cal.. to Cedar City,
Utah, will be necessary. •
The Oregon short Line railway
is to build a branch line from Co
rlnne, Utah, to Malad City, Idaho,
a distance of 40 miles.
The interstate commerce has
made an attack on the rates in
effect on the Santa Fe.
The railroads of Colorado have
virtually agreed to insist that pass
engers coming Into Colorado pro
duce certificates, at least from
those who appear to be invalids.
The object is to prevent the spread
The latest thing in the way of a
lasting tie for a railroad company
is just out and appears to be an eco
nomical invention. The new tie Is
made of leather and will be given
a trial by the Santa Pc and South
ern Pacific lines.
General Manager L. M Johnson
of the Mexican Central, with head
quarters at the City of Mexico, and
who has been In the service of that
line for 19 years, has tendered his
resignation and will retire from
Washington.—The" rumors ns to
the resignation of Senator Hanna
are set at rest by a categorical de
ntal that in' will'give up his duties
as chairman of the repeubllcan na
tional committee and senatorshlp.
Indianapolis. Mrs. Charles Du
bois of Elwood, Ind.. a bride of but
a few months, was found dead in
her room with the aide of her head
crushed as if hy some blunt instru
ment. Her husband has beeu ar-
Cor. Howard and Spragne
Telephone Main 130
Our SAUER KRAUT
is the BEST made.
Our MINCE MEAT is
Choice Bellflower and
NtltS of Every Des
cription in abundance.
Books serve a double pur
pose—they entertain and they
instruct. We have books that
Will amuse, books that will
edify, books that will help
the little folks in their ef
forts to read, and books that
will help round out the edu
'Jcatioa of the older boys and
I You can not fail to
tind just the right sort of a
hook here, no matter whom
you want it for. Special holi
day values all along the line.
John W.Graham & Co.
707 to 711 Sprague Aye.
708 to 712 First Aye.
We are showing a
beautiful line of small
Water Colors. Call
and see them. Visit
our Art Galleries.
Onto & Keeth Co.
Empire State Bldg,
The Pennsylvdnia Hortjaje
and Investment Company
Basement of Auditorium
SPOKANE, W ASH.
We make FARM and
CITY Loans at as low
rates as is consistent
with legitimate bus
iness, on carefully se
lected properties, and
faithfully and hon
estly attend to all mat
ters of a Fiduciary
character in Eastern
Washington and West
J. GRIER LONG,
! Spokane Mfg. & Pt. Co.
Rear 8 Riverside Aye., Spokane.
Ring Up E. 853 and Investigate.
R-staurant and Hotelkeepers,
II yon are interested in saving
money, it will pay you to call at the
above address, as there you will
nnd 900 gallons of Al apple cider
vinegar which can he bought at a
remarkably low price; 800 gallons
of last year's make, the balanci
about three months old is not
quite sour enough for table use, hut
if kept in a warm place will be In
two or three months, At the pi'ei
Iwe offer it will pay jrou to lay it
a supply, as it will he good Interest
lon money Invosted. Half barrel oi
over, 15c per gallon; leas than half
barrel. 20c per gallon. Abo a lar. •
alee Buckeye cider mill for sab
cheap. Building must be vacated b)
[December l, 1902,
To Suit All
We are offering this week
a number of new upright pi
anos of different manufac
ture, in ebonized and natural
wood c ases, all new, at prices
and terms that will make it
worth your while to buy now.
Also a number of second
hand pianos of various
makes, taken in exchange as
part payment on new Chlck
erlng, Weber, Kimball and
Bush & Gerts pianos of the
very latest improved con
struction, of which we have
just received a quantity from
the factories. Old instru
ments taken in exchange at
a liberal valuation.
Musical instruments of all
Largest dealers in the
605 and 607 Sprague Aye.
G. A. Heidinger, Mgr.
i 0 ORDER
A very large assortment of
imported fancy shirtings car
ried in stock.
Wilson, Sullivan & Co.
713 Riverside Aye.
Tel. White 758.
Limed Mfg. Co.
Ist and Stevens, SpoKane
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Prices and terms lowest ever of
Send for illustrated catalogue.
DID YOU KNOW
tha.l th*ro :in> more demands ma.lf
m iiiis school for stnographers than
it can supply*
over t'.uo students last year. Wo
aspect more tuts year.
H. C. BLAIR, Principal.
ami protect yourselves against ad
versity and old tine. Tho (.'o Oper
ative investment Association beyond
any question of a doubt offers the
grandest plan that was ever present
ad to the American poople to aecure
a home, to pay off a mortg-ag-e, to
obtain a pension or to come Into pos
session of a paid-up policy. Call on
ANDREW J. OAOB,
Rooms "o-Ti Jamieaon Bile, Spokane.
Phone Blue Too.
$10, $12 and $15
Cor, Riverside and Post
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
We can make our easwy payment
plan suit everybody. The best way
for the poor man to GET A HOME.
Be the landlord's slave no longer.
Strike out for freedom. We will
help you, if you will let us.
are just the thing for you. Take
your wife to look at them. She
will be delighted with the prospect
of owning one of them.
An elegant suburban residence,
six-room house, stone foundation
'and cellar, six lots in bearing fruit
trees and six lota used for garden
purposes, wind mill, tank, barn aud
chicken home l.and lies level and
lin a very gooft locality joining the
City limits. Property must be sold
Ito pay debt-, of estate Price. $1100.
F.xchauge Bank Bldg., Ucoui 1.
Is the best fuel for
Furnaces and Coal
Trial order $6.00 per ton.
SPOKANE GAS CO.
806-810 Sprague Aye.
• ••• I llv««ee
Phone Malm 347.
FRANK B. OREOO
South 9 Post St.
Sols As/ents of the Neldlch
Typewriter Process for Spo
HOME ON TIME.
HOMES AT $850 TO $22C
F. FLINT & CO.,
8011 2 Riverside Aye.
Modern six-room dwelling
on Indiana aye., half block
from car line. This is a
LET US SHOW YOU.
WESTERN TRUST AND
17-18 Jamleaon Block.
Tel. Main 323.
Palouse Land Co.
We have the best bargains
and surest returns in PaloUSfl
lands that have been offered.
Two miles north of Diamond,
160 to 640 acres, heavy black
loam, well watered, easy
terms, $23 per acre.
D. T. HAM, President
221 The Rookery.
PHIL T. EEC HER A CO.,
Two new modern cot
Three new modern cot
One new large modern
One new 8 room modern
One new 8-room modern
A. S. Crowder A Co.
25-26 Jamieion BIK.
Phone Main 3.
ON SPOKANE PRAIRIE
CooK (BL Clarhe Agts.
715 Riverside Aye.
New strictly modern stone house,
5 rooms, bath and toilet, good loca
tion; price $2100
8-room modern house, bath, toilet,
excellent location; price $2850
.. 3-room house, good lot; price, $750
Adjoining Hay's Park; level and
G. L MRIuIMB (0.
605 Riverside Aye., City
20 LEVEL LOTS
NEAR CAR LINES, $125 TO
C. F. CLOIiGH & CO.
309 Empire State Bldg.
Phone Main 304.
Gardner & Gardner,
8 MARBLE BANK BUILDING.
Tel. Brown 816.
$3250 —Fine six-room house
In Heath's addition; graded
street and sidewalk.
$3000 —Eight room house,
$400—Corner lot, Heath's
Fifth addition; water at cor
Elmendorl & Elneidort,
321 Rookery Bldg.
Five-room modern cot
tage; Hridge $1700
Six-room modern cot
tage; Carlisle 1600
Five-room modern cot
age; Howard 1500
Six-room modern house.
Seven-room house on
Seven-room house and
barn: Union Park 1500
Beautiful house; Browne 4000
Vacant lots everywhere.
MALLETTE & EDWARDS,
424 Peyton Block.
Phone Hed 4211.
L. M. MONFORT
322 FERNWELL BLK.
PHONE RED 1796.
IF YOU have property for SALE,
I can sell it. Have cash on hand
for snaps In either vacant or im
proved property on North Side.
IF YOU want to BUY a home, I can
sell you a house anil lot or va
cant lots and let you pay for it
wiih rent money. WHY PAY
RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN