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J Jarvis Will be President of Central Council.
H. A. Jarvis will be the president of the Spokane Central labor
council for the next six months—that's a cinch. The nominations for
the presidency at the meeting last night proved to be sort of an "After
you. my dear Gaston" act. As a result, Mr. Jarvis, who is vice presi
dent of the council at this time, remains the only candidate in the
William J. Ooates, who has served efficiently in the office for the
last year, was urged to accept the nomination, but he refused, stat
ing his belief that a change should be made.
A long list of names were placed in nomination for the other offi
ces and different committees at the meeting last night, and it is being
predicted that there will be neck to neck" races at the election, which
is to be held on next Monday night. The meeting last night was well
New Union in State Federation of Barbers.
A fine, fat. healthy baby has been born to the state federation of
barbers. Local No. 619 of North Yakima, with a membership 01*20
tonsorial artists, is the first born of the newly organized state fed
Notice has reached Thomas lvey, the secretary-treasurer of the
state federation, of the organization of the union at North Yakima, by
Adolph Girsch, state organizer. Mr. Girsch is now the secretary of
the Seattle local.
The organization was effected through the auspices of the state
federation, and shows the new body was not organized without a pur-
PASS ON NEW WAGE SCALES.
One of the important matters to
be taken up at the meeting of the
building trades department tonight
will be the final consideration of
the new wage scales of the carpen
ters and the painters. Doth locals
have notified the contractors of a
demand for 50 cents daily increase
in wages. The matter has been
submitted to the individual locals
Of the department for consideration
and the reports of the action taken
by the locals will be made at to
It is conceded that the proposed
raise has received favorable consid
eration by all the locals.
DISCONTINUE WEEKLY DANCES
The waiters will discontinue, in
the near future, the weekly dances
which have been held in their hall
at 722 First avenue, for some time.
In the future the social affairs will
be held monthly instead of weekly.
The dance at the hall last night
was well attended.
NEW BUILDINGS START.
As a result of this fin.c open
weather, a number of new buildings
have already been started. If the
present weather conditions con
tinue, it is expected that building
will become active, and there will
be a relief to the present shutdown
la the local labor market.
WILL PRINT NAMES.
Federal Labor union No. 11,624
will have the names of those con
tractors and merchants who signed
the chamber of commerce petitions
protesting against the raise in
wages for city employes printed. It
Is stated that there are nearly 300
names on the list. The unionists
assert that they have only started
In the fight for the $3 rate.
ELECTRICAL WORKERS' DANCE
Practically all the arrangements
have been made for the annual ball
of the electrical workers, to be held
at the Elks" temple tomorrow night.
The decorations, exclusively elec
tric, are the finest that have been
seen here. A record breaking at
tendance will be present.
THE DAY IN
This market seems to be taking on
new life with Reindi-er, Alameda and
Rambler Cariboo the leaders. Good
news has been coming from the
Rambler Cariboo this week and tlie
oompanv has semi-of ficlally an
nounced that substantial shipments
will be started from the mine. The
rise in Reindeer and Alameda has
been engineered by a couple of bull
leaders on the strength or improved
Showing at both properties. The sil
ver-lead issues are dominating the
trading, while the copper slocks are
Showing very little life.
Ajax 03% .07
Alameda 07 ,07%
Bullion 03% .01%
B. C. Copper 7.00 7.50
Canadian Con Smelt 80.00 88.00
Copper King OSS .0514
Ethel Silver 17% .21
Evolution 00%, .01 U
Oertie 01% .02
Granby Smelter 95
Happy Hay 01 .01%
Heela 2.40 2.65
Holden O. & C 04% .06
Humming Bird 07 .10
Hypothetic 03% .04%
Idaho Olajit 02 .02"*
International C & C .70 .75
Mineral Farm 02 .02 %
Missoula Copper... .05% .05%
Moidtor 07% .07%
Nabob 02 .02%
North Franklin 05 .16
Rtrlndeer 07% .09
Rex 06 .08%
Rambler Cariboo.. .10%
flnowshoe 05% .06%
Snowstorm 1.50 1.62
Bonora 01 .02
Stewart 60 .65
Wonder 01 .01%
Am. Commander... .07% .08
Black Horse 26% .29
Crystal (Wash.)... .02% .07
Idaho 8 *1! 04% .05 %
Skit Snowstorm.. .01% .02%
faferstate 09% .10%
Hew Republic 04 .07
Com Paul 03 .08%
Tain. A Chesapeake .60 .90
(Furnished by Walter J. Nlcholls
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CHICAGO, Jan. B*—Wheat—Cloee:
May. 11.10%; July, 11.01; September,
Corn —Cloee: May, <7%0| July,
if'fce; September. 17 %C.
Oat*-Cloee: Muy, 47 %c; July,
title; September, 41 %c.
Pork Cloee. Januaiy, 120.01; May,
110.12; July. 120 62.
I*l-4—Cloee; January, 111.70; May,
fllli; July. H1.42.
fUue—uioee: January, 111.11; May,
111 it; July. • »»»•
i I*rtWMN><Mb 4>BAnt HABEIT
I.IVBMI'OOU Jen. M.~Cloee:
Wheel, H te 1 lower; corn, % lwoor;
Hay wheel, 10%; January corn, 8-T.
Oally and Sunday Pre eg, dallv
•ftd, 10 cente ■ weak. 1
-F R O M
IP A G E ONE
i preme being looking down upon
'• women, becorseted, befurbelowed,
i berated, bepuffed, utterly unnatural
i creatures that they undoubtedly
| "Recently a woman speaker
i addressed a large audience, and
, those of us who were fortunate
enough to hear her must have been
impressed with the picture of love
lii.ess and daintiness and dignity
she presented. Fancy an elderly
woman whose very gray hair was
short and brushed softly and Huff
ily from her face, wearing a gown
of some soft white material, heav
ily embroidered on the upper part,
that hung from her shoulders,
gracefully outlining her figure, and
you have a picture of one woman
who can look the part of elegance,
culture and comfort, and that with
out the nid of stays or false hair.
"Every day we meet women,
beautiful women, on our public
thoroughfares, in cars and hotels,
presenting positively ludicrous ap
pearances in the so-called fashion
able attire, wearing uncomfortable
headgear of most monstrous ana
astonishing shapes, women who
A Store Brim Full of Bargains
We make a specialty of handling furniture that has had to be returned on contracts. Some are unfortunate
enough to have to sell at a great sacrifice whole outfits that have scarcely been used. We show many fine
pieces of furniture that you would never know were used unless we told you. In these bills we have purchased
will be found stoves, carpets, crockery, rugs, lace curtains, portieres, bods, dresserf mattresses, springs, pil
lows, blankets and all kinds of household goods. The prices are as low or lower than regular second hand goods
that have been used for years. We buy, sell and exchange all kinds of furniture. Here are some ideas on a few
pieces to show the saving: .
$47.50 one 48-inch sideboard, 18x
30 mirror, for $15.75
$05.00 combine buffet and china
$100.00 walnut combination book
case, a beauty $37.50
$47.50 Buck steel range, in good
shape, for $30.00
$24.50 hot blast heating stove,
ventilated grate $12.50
$32.50 Yale Garland base burner
heating stove $18.50
$35.00 Jewel range, in first-class
$45.00 golden oak combination
china closet and buffet, good as new,
$40.00 French range. 18 inch oven,
good shape $20.00
$17.50 golden oak hall tree, good
as new $7.50
$35.00 golden oak buffet, new,
$37.50 glass front golden oak buf
fet, new $29.25
$40.00 golden oak buffet, large
$35.00 weathered oak buffet,
brand new $25.00
$30.00 golden oak buffet, slightly
$30.00 Remington roll-top type-,
writer cabinet $20.00
$05.00 six-foot Leopold double
standing desk, solid oak, and good
as new $30.00
65c slightly used oil stock shades,
Other stock shades as low,
$15.00 oil parlor lamp, with
$17.50 03-piece set dinner ware,
green and gold decorations,
$17.50 set Austrian china, rose
and gold decorations, for $9.00
$12.50 blue decorated Austrian
china; 50 pieces in this set—sß.so
$1.50 six rose and gold egg cups
$75.00 three-piece mahogany par
lor set, silk plush cushions..s4o.oo
Golden oak divan, moire silk up
holstering, slightly used... .$7.50
$35.00 reed divan, large and
roomy, shopworn only $15.00
$27.50 golden oak, quarter sawed,
library table, 26x36 inch top, lower
shelf, "slightly used $10.00
Empire Exchange Furniture Co
1024 Firtt An. Oppoiile Hotel Madison Phial
HISTOR V OF LOCAL
The organization of the local
waitresses' union, No. 450, came
near being a Fourth of July cele
bration. It was only two days be
fore the day of fireworks and free
dom in the year 1902 that they re
ceived their charter from the Hotel
and Restaurant Employes' Interna
The first definite step of the
waitresses of the city to organize
was taken at a meeting at the old
labor hall on First avenue, June
25, 1902. About 20 waitresses,
most of whom have now married
and are waiting on more select
would be perfectly bewitching with !
their hair in a Dutch cut with a
"Women will hesitate long be-1
fore sacrificing their 'crowns of
glory' for the sake of comfort and
quiet nerves and a sense of a great
unknown freedom from the cares
entailed by the demands of the
fashionable coiffure. Yet it must I
be an open question with many as
to the advantages of long hair
when one observes the illy-kept and,
badly arranged tresses of many
women of all classes. How many
women have not adored the beau
tiful head of son or husband and
cannot recall the delight of brush
ing the short, wavy hair and im
pressing thereon the kiss of rever
ence and devotion? And why should
men not be thus inspired and in
fluenced by the equally attractive
short locks on the heads of their
HERE'S A REMEDY.
"Granted that there is no indica
tion of the remotest possibility of
any radical and rational change for
the better in store for us in the
matter of much-needed simplicity
in feminine attire, it is suggested
that to take the garments of a four
year-old girl, adapt them to the fig
ure of a woman, and a new and
wonderfully beautiful world would
open up to woman and the hours
she spends in adjusting her boCT.v
to tortuous contrivances could be
filled with usefulness and result in
the betterment of the race—for
'while one of us is imperfect, none
may be perfect.' "
for the conviction of the party or
parties claiming to be agents or
solicitors of the Parisian Dyeing &
Cleaning Works, 605 First avenue.
L. A. Lehmann, prop.
$45.00 fumed oak, 27x4(5 inch top,
Spanish leather top, just like now;
buy it for $27.00
$32.50 bed davenport, second
hand, price $7.50
$35.00 bed davenport, upholstered
in velour, slightly used $6.00
New corduroy couch, newly up
$35.00 golden oak frame leath r
couch for $17.50
$.'52.50 golden oak morris chair,
fitted with new T leather cloth cush
ions, for $15.00
$32.50 one weathered oak divan,
in green velvet, loose cushions, just
like new $27.00
$27.50 one Early English lady's
writing desk, good as new, for the
very low price $13.50
$27.50 one art and craft design
hall tree, good as new, in fumed oak
finish, for $17.50
$45.00 weathered oak book case,
art and craft design $27.00
$12.50 golden oak hall mirror,
slightly damaged $4.00
$7.50 Battenburg lace curtains, 2
pairs, per pair $3.00
$0.50 Cluny curtains, one pair,
$7.50 pair six-pound pillows, Em
merich live goose $5.00
$5.00 three pair pillows, fancy art
tick, 0 pound, per pair $3.50
$.3.50 two pair duck feather pil
lows, A. C. A. tick, per pair. .$2.50
$2.50 seven-pound pillows at a
price, per pair $1.50
$5.00 tapestry couch cover,
$15.50 roll edge felt mattress, like
new, 45 pounds $10.00
$15.00 plain edge felt mattress,
45 pounds $9.00
$15.00 Ostermoor mattress, tick
slightly soiled $7.50
$7.50 two-piece gilt edge
$13.50 two-piece floss mattress,
good as new $6.75
$0.50 green denim felt pad for
steel couch $4.00
$7.50 fancy cretonne pad for steel
All our mattress are clean and
Other mattresses, including cot
ton and gilt edges, slightly worn,
but in good condition, priced up
THE SPOKANE PRESS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25
guests, became interested in time
to be enrolled as charter members
of the union.
Mrs. King was the first presi
dent. She was assisted by Mrs.
Johnston, secretary. Miss Pauline
Young was the first treasurer. The
new local met for a time at
labor hall, then took up quarters
at the cooks' hall, 108% Howard
street. Now they received their
present scale, $10.50, for a 10 hour
In the meantime the local has
grown in membership, there being
at this time 130 members in good
One time rate So per line
Three time rate 4c per line
Special rates by the month.
Minimum charge for single ad
Call up Main 375.
Wanted—At once 50 live boys be
tween the ages of 6 and 15 to
handle The Press; good money for
the right boys; for further particu
lars see Rod at The Press, 116 N.
Solicitors wanted—Solicitors to han
dle men's and women's ready-made
clothing. Apply at Reliable Outfit
ting Co., 122 Post street.
Wanted—First-class solicitors; lady
or gentlemen. 602 Columbia bldg.
Change of position on or after Feb
1. Fine G. Office experience;
can keep books; references furnished;
salary expected, $60 or up, pending of
fice hours. J.. 613 First avenge.
Overhauling and repairing plumbing;
moderate charges; satisfaction
guaranteed. Maxwell 573.
Samuel T. Crane, lawyer, 410 ColumJ
bla building. Phone. Main 98»J. t
Cooper & Co., collections, 410 Colum
bla building. Phone. 9392.
PRESS ADS PRESS ADS
,If you contemplate building, now Is
J the time. I build anything from
; the finest residence to a shack. T. E.
,J„ E3308 Liberty.
ACME ELECTRICAL CO.
318-19 MOHAWK. MAIN 7756.
House wiring, fixtures, fans and
motors. Keys made, locks opened,
safe and lock combinations changed,
umbrellas recovered. Expert repalr-
Ingin all lines.
Cleaning and Pressing
French dry cleaning and dyeing.
Ladies' work a specialty. Gents'
suits sponged and pressed. First
class work; moderate prices. City of
Paris Dye Works, 222 Riverside.
Reliable Employment Office, 819 H
Riverside. Main 2670. Good po
sitions always waiting for com
Hose Floral Co. —Out flowers, plants,
landscape gardening. 420 Riverside
avenue. Main 4378.
Four trunks and contents for sale to
cover unpaid lodging house bills.
Tlie following property will be sold
on Feb. 3, 1910, by private sale :it
Motel Two Twenty-three, to cover
the following unpaid bills: Jennie W.
Dlmock, account $84.40. one trunk
and contents; C. B, Worthing, account
$18.20, one trunk; Mrs. C. W. Van
Alstlne (nee Miller) account $67.70,
two trunks. Mrs. P. U. Cox, 5223
For fine wood finishing nnd wall
tinting address 04424 Tost street.
W. F. Hahnert.
25 to 50% Saved
Have your hot water or steam heat
ing done now. Get benefit of dull
season. Phone 6791 and let us give
you an estimate;
Have You Investigated the New High
Grade Apple District? We Mean the
Washtucna Valley Irri
gated Apple Lands
It Is conceded by everyone to be
the best in the northwest. All con
ditions for apple growing are per
fect; It is a pleasant place to live;
fruit growers' organization; best rail
road facilities in the northwest; elec
tric lights, telephone—in fact it Is
the Ideal spot for a home and a place
to make money. There' Is no snow In
the valley now and we will go down
with you at any time. Batter get In
—it's fine. Call at our offlco and
ask for information or write for our
PALOUSE IRRIGATION &
412 FIRST AYE.. SPOKANE. Dept. C
$69.50 nig, size 10-6x12 Wilton
velvet rug, old blue, tan and brown,
Persian pattern, slightly worn.
Price .... $27.50
$35.00 Axminster rug, 9x12 feet,
in fine shape, price $18.50
$17.50 all wool art square, tan and
brown, reversible $11.00
$17.50 assorted wool fiber rugs,
9x12, for $10.00
$27.50 Koxbury Brussels rug, 9x
12, brown and tan figures, slightly
damaged. Damaged price. $10.00
$32.50 Axminster rug, 8-3xlo-6,
floral pattern, like new, at the very
low price $25.00
$25.00 9x12 Tapestry Brussels
rug, slightly used $10.00
$20.00 6x9 hand made fluff rug,
in fine shape $10.00
$5.50 one 3x6 floral pattern rug,
Brussels rug containing IOV2
yards of $1.50 carpet, in fine
Two small fluff rugs at the low
price, each $1.00
$2.00 three cane seat oak dining
chairs, each $1.00
$3.00 golden oak cane seat dining
chairs, each $1.50
$1.75 three cane seat golden oak
dining chair, each 90*£
$1.50 four cane seat golden oak
dining chairs, each . 75£
$1.00 seven wood seat diners,
wired; very strong and service
$3.00 three wood seat weathered
oak diniog room chairs $1.50
$3.00 one golden oak cobbler din
ing chair} price $1.50
$75.0050ne new brass bed, slightly
$35.00«pne brass bed, new, in fine
shape. .1 $23.75
A linesof iron beds that sell regu
larly frc|o $4.00 to $17.50. These
beds are|Bold at prices
from... 1.. $2.50 up to $12.50
$75.00fflhree-piece mahogany bed
room set; 30x34 French bevel mir
ror j. $30.00
$40.00Hhree-piece mahogany bed
room set and spring for... .$20.00
$35.00 birdseye maple dresser,
new, price $27.50
$32.50 birdseye chiffonier to
match above dresser $25.00
$27.50 golden oak sideboard, large
mirror, price $13.50
J. S. LICHEY
Two acres under Irrigation, with
200 cherry trees 2 years old; near
car line; small house; will trade
$1100 equity for vacant lots.
$3,000 Loan Wanted
On a half section farm land 1 mile
from railroad: fine security.
J. 8. LICHTV _ CO.
622 Columbia Bldg. Tel.. 1208.
Oh. you barber: If you want to get
In right buy this 4 chair shop, lo
cated »H blocks from Howard and
Riverside; easily worth $1300; own
er leaving city, therefore this sacri
Now or never! $2600 cash buys
best saloon in city; money maker of
the first order; do not Investigate
unless you mean business.
KNOLE _ BOOLE
718 PAULSEN BLDG. MAIN 5805.
Cheap, by owner, on easy terms, one
9-room on Klverside and one 29
--roojn lodging house on Main , be
tween Stevens and Bernard. Bar
gain if sold at once. Phone, Main
City Real Estate—For Sale
3-room house, good lot on York aye.;
assessments paid; $860.
3- room corner lot in Avondale;
only $1000; small payment.
4- rooni modern on Providence;
$1900; small payment.
6-room modern on Cleveland, Cor
bln Park; cheap.
A good paying furniture store In
a good live town, near Walla Walla;
invoice about $15,000. Will take up
to $6000 or $7000 in trade.
Hye, McCue, Kik
1-9-3 —-change Bank Bldg.
Phone Main 83.
Four room semi-modern house, with
nice bathroom; finely arranged;
street graded and uldewalked; nice
lawn, shrubbery, fruit and shade
trees; small cash Payment and bal
ance monthly. Main 2764.
You don't need a boat or rubber boots
a yard high to examine
Elegant building lots in the pine
belt; high and dry; 50x1115 feet;
water, graded streets, near cars; keep
your eye on Hillyard and this section.
$150 to $2.50.
Your Own Terms.
8. R. OR BEN & CO.
317 HYDE BLOCK. MAIN 74 or 8439.
FRED LOHSE CO.
Oeneral Baal Estate, 1099 Broadway,
opp. Court Houee. Max. 85S8.
For Bale—l 6 fonts of new type
and type cases.
$3000 --6-room modern house. With
large barn, at 2312 Broadway.
$7500—2 modern houses on corner
lot 60x142, on Maxwell and
Madison sts.; nice apartment
For Rent —New 4-room modern
house, 0606 Cochran st., $20.
$35,000 S E. comer Third and Mon
$16,000—Choice lot, 50x71, on Third
east of Monroe; terms, $2000 cash,
balance to suit.
$7,500 takes 7100 square feet S. W.
corner Sixth and Maple, with
large 9 room house; part terms.
These prices for few days only to
raise quick money.
J. W GREENE
Phone, Main 69>3. $06 Empire State
Town Lots in the Town
The Idaho Central now has a crew
of men on tlie line getting ready to
build the railroad to Priest lake. You
can get a bargain in a lot at Coolln
for the short time only, as the price
of lots will soon go up. Come und
see the owner, A. COOLIN, at 122
Wall street. No agents.
New 5-Room Modern
House In Whitehouse addition; close
to car line, cloe* to school; new,
Just completed; price $2250; $150
cash, balance monthly payments; this
is wortli your while looking at.
O. W. LARUE * CO.
7 AND 8 EXCHANGE BANK BLDO.
PHONE, MAIN 116
First mortgage $1000, property sold
First mortgage $600. property aold
First mortgage $400, property sold
Will give big discount on any of
J. W r . ORKENK
Phone, 6983. 306 EMPIRE STATE
BAST SPOKANE LOTS
In the manufacturing District
Price $100 to $260 per lot; $1 cash,
$1 per week; no Interest; no taxes
14 BERNARD STREET
PHONE, MAIN 1947
We Want Your Money
We have a 5 room modern home
for $1800; nice Improvements; fruit
trees and lawn. We have two weeks
to sell this in; It should go today at
this price; $1100 cash.
J. B. WILCOX
9 Division St. B. Phone, Main 1410
M. W. KIMM CO.,
■fi A iMfTnßfjl " > "" " w " a
mt tl tlmU wa w ill build you a
home: terms to suit;
plans an« specifications free.
House and 3 lots; 2 mile circle;
north side; grade and walk paid;
$1600; worth $2000.
Phone, Main 923. 608 Paulsen Bldg.
For sale by owner—Fine residence
lot on West Dean; north face;
40x120; city sewer and all improve
ments In and paid; price, $1000;
terms. Ten acres on Five Mile for
sale or exchange for good city lot;
price $1800. W. L. Zlegewcid. 2711
1300 saved; this pays 11 per cent a*
an investment; well built S room
ptasteieil cottage; lot 60x132; Hays
Park addition; half block from car.
INDIANA REALTY CO.
1828 ■ DIVISION. MAX. 8047.
For sale by owner—Five room house.
close In; street graded, cement
sidewalk; 3300 down, balance to cult.
Ennulru, 8720 Sberldau street.
For Sale—City Real Estate
WOULDN'T IT JAR YOU?
To pay rent when you can buy a
home from us at the right price, on
easy terms and pay for It while you
live In it. J. B. WILCOX, 9 Division
street. Phone, Main 1410.
$9300 —Dandy 5 room modern cottage;
close to car and school; all street
Improvements paid; $200 cash will
BBJAUCHAMP & WOLKING
303-4 LINDELLE BLOCK. Main 46.
A snap—New 6 room modern house;
2 blocks to car, 2 blocks to school;
$300 cash, balance same as rent;
price $2100. E1713 Rockwell avenue.,
11 room rooming house; good locu
tion; for sale cheap; will take a lot.
Cal I 2267 or 8716.
To trade for apartment bouse or
EAGLE REALTY CO.
Main 3*66. 16 CURTIS BLOCK.
To trade for city property.
EAGLE REALTY CO.
Main 3856. 16 CURTIS BLOCK
240 Acres, Choice Farm
All fenced and 220 ncres under culti
vation; house, barn, windmill and
good well; this Is best of wheat land
and well located near railway sta
tion; price 16000; will trade for
house and lot in city.
For all kinds of rral estate ex
changes see E. G. GREENUP, room
37 Symons block. Tel.. Main 702.
Real Estate Wanted
Wanted to buy—A dwelling on the
south side; Will give as first pay
ment clear property in Oregon. Call
List with us; we will sell it. Cres
cent Realty Co., 706-7 Peyton.
Farms for Sale
Farms For Sale and
640 ACHES—Adams county; all in
cultivation; only 8 miles to rail
road; good set of buildings; water
piped to buildings; price $10,000;
380 ACHES —Spokane county; 50 aires
in cultivation; 80 acres In timothy;
team of horses, wagon, two cows
and all farm machinery goes;
price $8,000; terms to suit.
180 ACBEB—Stevens county; B miles
from good town; price 84500; will
trade for city property.
160 ACBBB—Stevens county; 30 acres
In cultivation; plenty of fine tim
ber; 3 miles from town; price
$3000; easy terms.
160 Aoßß3—Whitman county; all In
cultivation, 2Ms miles to good town
and railroad; price $4500; will
trade for city property.
330 AOK.ES franklin county: 2Mi
miles to railroad; 160 acres in cul
tivation; price $6500; will trade
for city property or sell on crop
S ACHES —Hayden lake; all set to red
clover; fine irrigated tract; price
trade for city property.
33 AOBBS—Toppenleh, Wash.: 6
acres in alfalfa: irrigated, Sunny
side canal; 10 room modern
house; large barn, drilled well;
price $23,000; will trado for hotel
or elty property.
IP YOU WANT TO BUTT, SBX.X. OB
EXCKAHOB, 888 ÜB. WE DO
Williams & Hayden
60S HYDE BLOCK. MATH 3358.
180 acres 10 miles from Chewelah;
fine road all the way; small amount
of clearing; small patch of fencing;
log house, 2 rooms; fine rreek; good
spring that can be piped into house;
about 100 acres of level land, most
ly creek bottom; some cedar, large
amount of pine, tamarack and fir; 3
miles from sawmill: county road
passes through place; price $660.
G. W. LARCE & CO.
7 AND 8 EXCHANGE BANK BLDG.
PHONE. MAIN 116
480 acres of wheat land; 160 acres In
fall grain, the rest in stubble; best
wheat land In the northwest; terms.
Also 2600 acres; 900 acres in fall
grain; 40 head of mules and com
bined harvester and all necessary
equipment: will consider part trade
In city. GEO. WHITESEL. 1619 W.
Mission. Phone, Maxwell 1400.
100 acres of land; 200 fruit trees, 3
room house, barn, chicken house,
outbuildings, running- water, 70
chickens, 1 team, harness and wagon,
farming Implements, hay, potatoes;
all for $3500 cash; 3 miles to town.
Also two houses and lot. 1428 Alta
avenue, corner Walnut.
For Rent—Rooms and
For rent —Dwellings, apartments and
storss in all parts of tlie oity.
New brick hotel. 36 rooms, dining
room attached; good location.
F. S. BARRETT & CO., 122 WALL
First-class furnished rooms and dlu
ner. Max. 8883.
Four beautiful rooms ■in modern
building; $16; also two rooms. Call
at 1604 West Main.
Good 4-room house; Lldgerwood. car
line; 2 lots; 113. Phone, Main 9163.
S, 2 and 3 room furnished suites;
front sleeping rooms; steam heat;
?3.60 week and up. Main 2141. He
lance, 906% Second avenue.
Oxford; housekeeping and sleeping
rooms, $10 to $15 per month. \6'i %
S. Monroe street. Main 8480.
Three furnished housek€»eplng rooms
for rent. 22 West Riverside avc.
Rooms and Board
Board and room. Phone Max. 3332
party L. 0712 Jefferson street.
Hotels and Lodging Houses.
ONE BLOCK FROM Q. N. DEPOT.
NICE KOOMB. 60c TO $1.50.
PHONE IN EACH ROOM.
C. C. DEMPSEY. PROP.
Hotel Touralne, opp. Review bldg.—
Rooms with or without private
bath; rates 76c and up, $15 per ma
and up; auto bus.
Courtney liall for exclusive parties,
club meetings, private recitals.
Hotel Touralne. Main 3004.
J. Edward Lydon, M. T. p., graduate
American College Mechano Ther
apy. Woman's specialist. Chronic
trouubles. No knife or drug. 310-11
i Auditorium. M. 3206.
Hides and Junk (
Dealers In Junk and hides. Kahn M
Falk Co., 10-12-14 East Main.
Main 5474. "»
Charles Staley, Pacific avenue an_
Bei nard street.
Horticulturists , j
Dr. J. A. Heavn _•, Public Horticulture
Ist, 111 Bernard street. Modern!
tree surgery, pruning and planting*
Free orcnard Information mailed to
any nddresfl. Reliable references.
Hydrotherapy and Electrct
Electric light bath cabinet: solar erdl
lamp; electric bath massage; elec«
tro radiator and X-Ray with statlqT
and galvanic electricity for cbronlj
nervous and skin disease. 323 Pey«
ton. Main 2061. Doctor and nurse.
Lost and Found , j;
Bunch of keys; return to cashier Ei«P»
pi rfl hotel, and receive reward.
One horse on Boone Avenue
Inquire at 0503 Cincinnati.
Naturopathy and Jj
W. F. Qrover, specialist In chronlAl
diseases; female troubles and aIK
other diseases cured without drugs o|
knife; consultation and examinatlonu
free. 680-81 Mohawk block. M. 387||
Manicuring and Massage f
Miss Wilhelm, chiropodist and mania
curing. It. 12 Rainier Grand, Slivy 1
Manicuring neatly done by lady exJ
pert. Suite 452. Cadillac hotel.
Money to Loan ;L
Private money to loan on elty andt
farm property, first mortgage. Jf
B. Llchty & Co.. 622 Columbia" Hldgf|
Second Hand Goods f ;
Wanted—Second-hand furniture an 4
cast off clothing. 0822 Monroe)
street. PPhone, Maxwell 2487.
Mcßrlde Co., 0809 Monroe, handles atP
kinds of furniture; buys and sells*.
Phone, Maxwell 371. '
If you want to buy or sell furniture)'
cnll 3. A. Hindman. Main 468«. i
338 Post street. 1
Miscellaneous for Sale
$65 solid brass beds, square tubes.!
are selling for $38 at 112-llsTI
South Lincoln street. Other
In brass, as low as $18. Choice neW, I
designs, in regular $50 Wilton rugsvj
$33 to $37. "Little expense and cash';
only" enables us to sell you choice) i
new furniture, rugs ami pianos atf]
the lowest prices In this city. j
Goods sold at factory prices; must
vacate March 1
New York Furniture Exchange
23 Riverside Avenue
CRESCENT FURNITURE CO.—Fur"
nit tire, rugs and linoleums, up
holstering, furniture repairing, cab
inet work; goods packed, etc.; goods
called for nnd delivered. Phone,
Main 1957. 1113 First avenue.
Wanted—so boys at once to sell The
Daily nnd Sunday Morning Press,
como down at once and get you a
good corner before all the good ones
are all gone. See Red at The Press.
116 N. Division.
Singer store in Hillyard sells on
easy payments; rents machine*;
also sells good second-hand machines.
Store, corner Market and Diamond.
Extra fine Imported German singing
canaries: parrots; seeds and
cages. 1227 Sprague avenue. Plume,
4467. J. F. Lang.
One team, harness and wagon for
sale cheap If taken at once. S5lB
Elm street. Phone, Main 9328.
I want your second-hand household
furniture; top prices paid. Wedg
wood, 915 Bridge. Max. 2542.
Old papers for sale; a big bunch for
5 cents. Call at Press office, 116
North Division street.
Second-hand dealer has moved from
under Combination saloon, 601V4
Main, to 229 Main.
Wanted—Second-hand bicycles. C. P.
Burch, 222 Bpraav >. Phone. Main
A lot of 8x8x24 In cement blocks for
sale. 1609 Alta avenue.
Furniture of It room bouse for sale.
2028 W. Pacific.
Miscellaneous For Sale
Valley Wood & Coal Yard. Phone,
Main 9026. W. F. Hohl. prop. All
kinds of dry seasoned wood delivered
to all parts of the city. Full meas
ure; prompt delivery. E2B Front av
enue, Spokane, Wash.
Madella Wood Yard. Carton Bros.,
props. Seasoned red fir, tamarack
and pine. 812 Madella. Main 1361.
C. & C. Fuel Co.—Wood, coal. Tam
arack, fir, rick $2.75; pine. $2.50.
All kinds 4 ft. wood. Main 3083.
International Fuel Co.—Wood and
coal: tamarack, $6.26; plno, $5.26;
delivered. Maxwell 71.
Tamarack and fir slab wood. $1.75
per load. Phone, Main 8229 or
Johnston Wood Yard for nine or
tamarack. 1015 Cora. Maxwell 414.
Drs. D. F. Sells and W. E. S. Coyne
have removed to rooms 320-321 Paul
sen building. I',mini 3148.
Transfer and Storage.
Express. Transfer and Storage.
Office 918 Bridge. Phone, Max. 2542.
A Spokane man has Just made a for«
tune. I helped him develop his In
vention and I can help you. Herbert
E. Smith, solicitor of V. 8. and for
eign patents, VIS Jumicson bldg., Spo-»
The Ladle*' Aid society of Oorblrt
Park Congregational church will
hold a rummage sale In the VtncenJ
Methodist church basement, Friday;
January 29. Doors open 8:30 morn-
K. of P. lodge meets .every Friday
night in Pacific halls. Work on ihe
first, second and third Fridays each
month. Fourth Friday is social night.
Visiting knights are welcome.
NOTICE TO UNION MEN
Mr. Fitzgerald, member of the
Jewelers' union. Is prepared to do
Jewelry work; watch repairing a
specialty; work guaranteed. Ell (a,
At small cost a safety deposit
box will protect your valuable pa.
none, Mala 7iai
'Cornet Howard and Bprague