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PASTOR FRY STRIKES
AT TRADE UNIONISM
Inveighs Against Organized Labor—Sees Ruin In
Its Present Course.
At the morning service yesterday
In the Jefferson St. Methodist
rhureh the pastor, Rev. W. 11. Fry.
spoke on "Two Social Giants.'' la
bor and capital.
He touched very lightly on capi
talism. The substance of his ad
jress on this point was that we
can not become s great nation with
out capita! and great capitalists.
But that the gi- iof the capitalists
was like the greed of organized la
bor, the one wants greater wages
apd the other greater dividends,
and thus they destroy the social op
portunities of the people.
His address or. organized labor
was especially severe on those who
believe in the principle.
He said, that the moral aspert
showed that the union man held an
intense hatred for the non-union
man and, though he believed in
sending missionaries to foreign
URGED BY THE SECRETARY OF
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 —Publica- '
tion was made today of the annual
Statement of the secretary of war
Within the next 30 days the com
plete reduction of the army to tht
standard prescribed by the order ol
October 24, 1902. which will brin;:
the number of men enlisted now in
the Philippines to 13,480. The re
mainder of the enlisted force. In
cluding troops stattoned at Pekin
and Alaska, will be 4(1,386, giving a
total roll call for the army of 59,800
The report contains 6ome inter
esting information on the needs
of the army, the principal of which
is the reorganization of the head
quarters' staff, which is practically
the brain of the army nnd would
have for its chief duties the deter
mining of the composition of the
force in time of war, the conduct
of campaigns and the obtaining of
information about the movements
of our prospective enemies.
The secretary urges the passage
of the Hawley-Dick bill dealing
with the militia and state nation.il
guards. If this bill becomes law.
the standing army of 60,000 could
be instantaneously increased to
250.000 well trained men should a
war be thrust upon us, while the
expense connected with the raising
ot these troops would be less than
the maintenance of 10 additional
The bill also provides for the re
armament of the national guards
so that there will be one standard
rifle in use throughout the United
Slates, instead of the collection of
ancients and moderns now in
vogue. Coast defense by the militia
and camping grounds are also
contemplated in this important
Threatened Officers with
Pistol but is Arrested.
D. A. Chisholm, who claims to be
n foreman, who occupies a room
at the Alpha lodging house, got into
serious trouble Sunday afternoon, it
is stated, as a windup to a pro
According to the story, he accus
ed the landlady of robbing him of
$35 and gave her a bad scare by
thrusting a pistol before her eyes.
The police were called and when
they entered the hall which leads
to Chisholm's room they say he
"The first man that opens that
door I'll shoot through the heart."
But this could not daunt the of
ficers and. with "Bill" Shannon in
the lead, they made a rush, burst
ing in the door and soon had the
fellow a prisoner.
A search at the station revealed
the $35 which caused all the trou
ble among Chisholrn's other effects.
Thomas B'-han of Newport,
Wash., and Robert Gamaer of
Priest River, Idaho, this morning
were enrolled at the Northwestern
Business college. '
AT SIZE OF THE FORCE
Minneapolis' Corporation Counsel Thinks Spo
kane Needs More Officers.
Attorney McDcrmott, brother of
Ofllcer McDermott of the city police
torce and corporation counsel of
-Minneapolis, 13 in the city and is
•cry enthusiastic over the future of
Ipokane and the beauties of Kb
evidences and business blocks.
He expressed considerable sur
prise at the small size of our police
,'orce anc". said there was nothing
like good police protection to in
iplrc confidence in business men
md enterprises generally. When
the Twin Citleu were mentioned hit
enthusiasm knew no bounds and he
in n jocular manner said to Chiel
"We people of Minneapolis art
thinking of annexing tho countrj
to tho north of us and moving th<
national nanital m\r eiiv Wi
countries, they Were more needed
"Labor organizations are more
powerful than capital, hut the spirit
of strife and hatred is going to lead
this country to ItnineMUrable
ruin. 1 pity the labor unions for
their misdirected energy. It (iocs
not make of its members sore- of
liberty, but makes them paupers,
spongers, dynamiters and worse.
They are sons of mush. They breed
anarchy and strife.
"One of the best ways to rolvo
the problem is through our chil
dren. Economy will raise the stand
ard of wages. Honesty and char
acter are always p,t a premium. We
are a wasteful nation.
'If the labor agitator would
spend V.-s of Lis time in the saloon
brooding o-, or hi:- lot and more of
his time in the house of God it
would be so much better for him.''
"LACHLAN CAMPBELL." j
PORTRAYED FAITHFULLY IN
DR. WALLACE'S DISCOURSE.
Dr. Wallace last evening preached
he second sermon of his series on
Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush" by
am Maclaren < Dr. John Watson).
The sermon was entitled "A
Pharisaical Father and a prodigal
mughter." Lacblan Campbell and
"lora being the characters princi
pally dealt with, but it was inter
■sting to the congregation that the
-trong, loving, womanly character
>f Margaret Hoo crept into the ser
mon, overshadowing the father and
laughter with her sympathy, ren
dered more keen by the remem
brance of her dead son Geordie.
Dr. Wallace was perhaps most ef
fective in his analysis of the char
acter of Lachlan, showing the stern,
rough Gaelic shepherd in his old
narrow Pharisaical character and
again with the old prejudice swept
away and the old man "as a little
The sermon dealing with Dr. Mc-
Clure is expected to be a particular
PRETTY SILK WAIST.
This is a moderate priced shirt
waist of white peau fie soie. is
tucked on the front and sleeves. It
is embroidered with medallions
down the front and around the yoke
and the same design is on the ool
Boise, Idaho.—The anti-vice party
are scoring heavy successes here.
A committee has been appointed to
ascertain what can be done to fur
ther the movement and to draft
ordinances to shut out slot ma
chines and card playing in saloons.
The chief of police has made his
apologies to the mayor and has
fallen into line with the anti-vice
country —like a hub. as it were, and
i the rest of you are as spokes in
'the wheel. We draw on you all."
• Yes." said Chief Reddy, "but
when you tackle onto the Inland
i Empire you will very soon jar
loose. The people of Spokane are
Just a little too progressive for any
of you. Washington produces
everything that goes to make a
'country prosperous — Spokane is
the natural center of a vast em
pire which produces everything in
an agricultural way, and In the min
;eral line we nave everything except
Mr. McDeimott approaches the
!stature of our own Sergeant Sulli
;van and the contrast between him
and Spokane> chief of police was
quite remarkable. What Chief
Heddv lacks in stature he evidently
Carrie Hagle of Spokane and
Miss Stella Waters of Baker City,
Ore., have been married at the
home of the groom's mother, Mrs.
Lucinda W. Hagle, E407 -Riverside
John O'Neil, Daniel Burns and
Paddy Ityan were arrested in
Dempsio's barroom last night on
suspicion by Officers Peterson,
Herndon anil Weir. One of the ni":;
had a fine overcoat in his posses
sion and was later identified as one
taken from Seaman & Co.
Prank Baxter, charged with
Stealing several pairs of trousers
and other dry good! from Funk
Bros.' store, was lined $r>e and cost:-;
at the municipal police court.
HER DARK, OMENTAL TYPE
OF BEAUTY IS EFFECTIVE
LONDON, Dec. l.—The play thai has ctartled London thla season
is Hall Caine'o "Eternal City," presented by Beerbohm Tree. Miss
Constance Collier takes the part of Roma, and has contributed largely
to Riving the "play reality and success. She makes the bizarre, sensu
ous character convincing, and frequently reaches a I. il > level of elo
quence and passion. She has been before the public a comparatively
short time. Her dark oriental type of beaut) ha., attracted much
ELKS HONOR MEMORY
OF THEIR DEAD
Exercises to Be Held Next Sunday in a Fitting
The Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks will hold their an
nual memorial service at the Au
ditorium theater on Sunday after
noon next. The program is as fol
Coronation March (Meyerbeer).
Professor J. H. Seltervietch, direc
tor; opening seremonies, B. P. O.
Elks, No 228; ' The Vacant Chair,"
Brother Jake Hill and quartet;
roll call of our honored dead:
Adajlo, "Hymn of Praise" (Mendel
ssohn), orchestra: "O. Dry Those
Tears" (Teresa del Rlego), Brother
William J. Hall: opening ode, B.
P. O. E.i invocation. Chaplain W.
A. Aldrich: address, Brother M. J.
Gordon: Third Symphony Eroica
(Beethoven), orchestra: "O, Divine
Redeemer" (Gounod I. Mrs. P. H.
Mason; "I Heard the Voice of Jesus
Make Capture of Convicts-
Landed in Pen.
Harrison and Gtrard, tho two
youthful desperadoes from Chelan
county, Who were hunted down
with bloodhounds in the Snake
River canyon yesterday, were safe
ly landed in the penitentiary at
They employed a unique method
in affecting their escape from jail
at Btarbuck, where they had been
imprisoned to await a train. A
bole was burned through the floor
and they then dug with their hands
a hole large enough to climb out.
Washington. —Senator Foster has
filed a petition of the inhabitants
of Kittitas county for benefits un
der the irrigation act of last ses
sion. There is $8,000,000 available
for irrigation purposes under this
Chicago.—The civic authorities
are conducting an inquiry as to the
cause of the boiler explosion at
Swift's on Friday last. No definite
news has been given out, but it is
understood that the theory of care
lessness on the part of owners in
! recharging the boiler whilst In full
blast without reducing the pressure,
as should have been done if the
, water had been allowed to run
THE SPOKANE HjMjjjj MONDAY, DECEMBER 1,
Match Between Sullivtan
and Yanger To-night. ;
CHICAGO, Dec. I.—A six-round
bout between Dave Sullivan, the
Irish featherweight, and Benny
Ifanger, the "Tipton Slasher," is
the attraction offered Us patrons
by the American Athiotic club for
its boxing show tonight. Yanger
hat never met with defeat and the
outcome of bis match with so re
doubtable a fighter as Sullivan it
awaited with much interest in
sporting circles. Both men appear
to be in tli( pink of condition for
CANSTANCE COLI IER.
Say," Brother C. C. Mann; "Seig
fried Tod" (Wayne), orchestra;
quartet, "Lead Kindly Light" (Dud
ley Buck), Mrs. Essig, Mrs. Mason,
Mr. Monahan and Brother King;
"Funeral March From Saul" (Han
del), orchestra? closing ode, Lodge
B. P. O. E.
The memorial services of the
Elks are among the most impress
irv of events wherever held. Each
of the antlered host is expected to
be in attedance upon the exercises,
which are always public.
The organization is one of the
strongest in the country and Spo
kane's lodge is among the leaders.
In its several years' history the
lodge has lost many valued mem
bers and It is to honor and cherish
their memories that the lodge will
hold forth Sunday,
Fixes Up His Differences
with the Union.
Peter Costello, it Is stated. Is in
a fair way to again be eligible for
city contracts. A meeting has been
arranged between him and the
representatives of the trades
unions, with whom he has been In
conflict for some time past, for this
afternoon and a satisfactory ar
rangement is expected by friends of
I both parties.
Attempted to Assassinate
Sheriff Dyer of Kootenai county, I
I who was in the last week, had !
a narrow escape on his return to
, Rathdrum. He had been to Sand
point, returning on a freight train,
and as he left the station lie was
fired upon by an unknown who im
mediately took to his heels and dis
appeared. One bullet passed
through Mr. Dyer's coat. Search
was made, but uo clew to the
,11... I, A
LOWEST PRICE STORE IN SPOKANE FOR GOOD GOODS. "1
DRY COODS \}
Hosiery and Underwear
Reliable underwear of the warm and serviceable sort is here
In a wide range of styles for the choosing of tomorrow's shop
pera. The prices speak eloquently of the bargains to be had, and
if you're an underwear need to fill, this is your opportunity
to do so at a saving.
Ladies' all wool jersey ribbed vests and pants; colors, silver
gray, natural grary, turquoise blue and cream white; guaranteed
perfect fit: Regular price $1.25 per garment; aa.
on sale, garment
Ladies' natural gray all wool vests and pants, flat goods;
regular price $1.25 a garment; f&Qf*
on sale at, garment 03C
Ladies' fine quality mercerized silk union suits; colors, pink,
blue and white; regular price $3.00; q»« g*Q
on sale at, suit
Ladies' all wool cashmere hose, double soles, heel and toe;
warranted fast biack; worth 50c a pair;
on sale at, per pair OvC
Ladies' plain black cotton hose, high spliced heel and toe,
split soles; regular price 35c a pair; 971»
on sale at, per pair ml 9
Hoys' and girls' heavy cotton fleece lined underwear, in tan,
gray and blue; worth 50c a garment;
on sale at, each OwV
Misses' medium weight, all wool union suits, drop seat, but
toned down front; colors, gray;
regular price $1.50; on sale at «f Iswel
Hoys' heavy cotton fleece lined hose, double sole, heel and
toe, and double knees; warranted fast colors; 07f)
regular price 35c a pair; on sale at, per pair C. I C
Misses' heavy cotton ribbed hose, double sole, heel and toe;
warranted fast black; regular price 155 c a pair; ?3f»
on sale at, per pair mw9
Children's heavy cotton hose, warranted fast black, double
sole, high spliced heel and toe; regular price 12Vfec
a pair; on sale at, per pair OC
LARGE AND SMALL
Hundreds of Beauties
TO SELECT FROM
The Wonder Store
409 to 413 Riverside*
LILIENTHAL TO PUSH STOCK
HOLM LICENISE MATTER.
The failure of the prosecution to
prove their case against Alma
Green of the Stockholm does not
alter the status of the recommenda
tion of Commissioner Lilienthal to
the council to revoke the license
of that resort.
Mr. Lilienthal, in reply to an in
quiry, said that he expected the
council to act on his recommenda
tion, being made, as it was, on be
half of the police department,
which is the body most competent
to judge of the conduct of licenses.
Lester Coffin of Lewiston is In
R. C. Beach, merchant of Lewis
ton, is in town.
Edward C. Finch of Rossland, 13. t
C, is visiting here.
H*.S. Carlson, a Bonners Ferry
timberman, is at the Grand.
Thomas Reed, well known at
Moscow, is In the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Johnson of
Hatton are staying at the Ridpath.
Miss Lawrltien and Mrs. L. J.
Laurltzen of Wilbur are at the
J. P. Kelso and A. S. Parks, lum»
bermen of Wichita, Kan., are stay
ing at the Spokane.
W. J. Yarwood, well known min
ing man of Deer Trail, in the south
half of the Colville reservation, is
staying at the Pacific.
at Thanksgiving Prices
Currants, 10c per or
lb„ 3 lbs. for . IOC
Citron, per 1b.,.. 20c
Orange Peel, pr lb. 20c
Lemon Peel, prlb. 20c
We have the finest
The lowest prices of any
store in the Pacific North
The remains of Mrs. Anna Grace
Jacobs, who died at Albequerque,
N. M., last Tuesday, have arrived
in the city. The funeral took place
this morning at 9 o'clock from the
Main Aye. Roman Catholic church.
Ed Bakkan, who recently charg
ed the health department with mis
conduct of the isolation hospital,
has repealed the charge and de
clares that insufficient food was
furnished. He further states that
he demanded an investigation and
nn one would take the natter uu.
J. HELBERG & CO.
Is as particular about his shoes as
he Is about any other article of wear
ing apparel. For that reason many
hundreds of men insist on having Hill's
3.50 EXPRESS SHOES
They are satisfactory In style, comfort
able In fit and economical In price. No
other store sells them.
THE HILL SHOE GO.
CREDIT f REE TO ALL.
GOOD CHEER-GOLD CURE
Q. ORLIN SMITH successfully treats and cures any afflicted,
with liquor, opium, morphine or tobacco habits.. An effective
cllnlo, a perfect cure.. Health of patients always benefited* Ref
erences —Cured patients.. Correspondence confidential.. Consul
tation free.. Prices reasonable.. Talk with or write *
108 S. Washington St., Spokane, Wash.
Home Office, 3825 Albion Place, Seattle, Wash.
E. Thompson, the Republic elgar
makcr, was in the city yesterday on
his return from Green River
Beginning this morning the hard
ware stores will open at 8 a. m. in
stead of 7 as heretofore. This rule
will be adhered to for three months.
The art lon is in conformity with
the hours of the dry goods stores
land other business houses.
519 Riverside Aye.
518 Sprague Aye.
Prices from $9.00
G. ORLIN SMITH
add so much to the
appearance of a bed
room —every woman
convenience and the
low price we ask
makes it easy for
every woman to
adorn her room with
one at a very smtf
(20-28-30 SPRAGUE. I
Tel. South 2363.
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