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lOTOHAN NOW, II WIFE
WOULD BRING HIM A FORTUNE
•ill Decorated Hero of British Army Would Rather Ply Controller Bar
for a Living Than Benefit by Will of Eccentric Old Uncle.
SEATTLE, Wash., March 11 —
His fellow-workmen at the car
barns know him only as Harry
Dodd. 28 years old. and a good fel
low. On the company's books he is
Now it appears that Dodd is
Captain Henry Fewster Dodd, for
merly of the British army, holder
of the King's Medal, the Queen's
Medal, the Distinguished Service
Order and the much-coveted Vic
toria Cross, as well as heir to $100.
--000 in money and South African
The honors came from distin
guished and daring service through
the Indian campaign and the bitter
struggle with the Boers. He was
hardly more than a boy then. The
money comes from his uncle. Col.
Harvey F. Dodd. who commanded,
up to the time of his death, the
king's frontier forces in South
But this isn't all about Captain
There's a curious string on Dodd's
Harry Dodd can't claim that
$100,000 until he has been married
10 years and he'll have to get a
good conduct mark from his wife
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I The explanation of this: Colonel
Dodd had a son, Percival, a good
chap, but reckless. The boy turned
away from the position and oppor
tunity his father offered, and final
ly the choleric old army colonel lost
all patience. He altered his will in
favor of the nephew, who had shone
<so brilliantly in the Poer war. Put
with a lingering doubt, he inserted
, the 10 year clause in the will,
i Harry Dodds was found here by
• agents of London solicitors at the
And he wasn't even married.
"Rut I've got hopes," he admit
ted. "However, I'm not going to get
excited about the money. I'm going
'to try and find Percival, my cousin,
! and make htm take it. I'd have to
i wait ten years for it, anyway.
| Dodd has had an adventurous
' career since leaving the British
'. army. He rode the plains as a cow
:boy: was in the engineering corps
at Panama; got the fever and went
j to Banff. B. C. to get over it; joined
the IJ. S. revenue service and saw
three years' cruising In Alaskan
waters, and on his discharge, went
to work on a streetcar, -for want of
; something better to do.
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Plain toe kangaroo calf shoes,
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sizes 8% to 13-; sold regularly for
$5 00. special, a pair 52.95
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BOARDS TRAIN TO
EASTON, Md.. March 11—(Spe
cial.) —A sensational interruption
to the marriage of Miss Margie
Ford and Thomas Saunders in Un
ity • Methodist church at Hurlock
came when the Rev. George Hook
er asked " if any one could show
just and lawful cause why these
two persons should not be Joined
John Harper of the Holiness re
ligious belief, rushed up the aisle,
bible in hand, crying:
"Stop it, stop it, he's a divorced
Harper was ejected, but after
the ceremony he took the same
ONE DOSE MAKES DYSPEPSIA,
You can eat anything your stom- :
ach craves without fear of Indiges
tion or Dyspepsia, or that your
food will ferment or sour on your 1
stomach if you will take a little
Your meals will taste good, any
anything you eat will be digested;
nothing can ferment or turn into
acid or poison or stomach gas,
which causes Belching. Dizziness,
a feeling of fullness after eating,
Nausea. Indigestion (like a lump
of lead in stomach), Bilousness,
Heartburn, Water Brash, Pain in
stomach and intestines or other
Headaches from the stomach are
absolutely unknown where this ef
fective remedy is used. Dlapepsin
really does all the work of a
! healthy stomach. It digests your
Final Act in
a Great Event
CLEAN SWEEP SALE OF ODDS AND ENDS
Women's $1.25 Union
Suits at 03c
Just price to "clean sweep" a lot of
fleeced cotton union suits in light gray and
white; all sizes go at,
Women's Vests or Pants—Ribbed or
tteeeed cotton, long or short sleeves, knee
or ankle lengths; vests or pants Q,o#»
of 75e quality at «jJ/C
Children's Union Suits —Fleeced cream
or gray; also vests; a clean-sweep lot of up
to 75c values at 29^
Women's Wool Vests or Pants—A lot of
up to $1.50 values at 59s*
A clean-sweep sale of a great number of
ladies' collars, stocks and ties, including
the popular Ascot; white and all colors in
washable materials, also in embroidered
stiff linen styles; choice from any of these
on Saturday at 15o> or two for 25a*
These will surprise you. They are a
special lot of $4.50 and $5.00 skirts of fancy
weave worsteds and plain serges and
panamas in all colors and grey 4» o OQ
and black. All sizes at 0n1y... «pOe*&*J
THE SPOKANE PRE3B) FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1910.
train with the bride and groom
and preached to them.
CALM REBEL NATIVES .
WITH MACHINE GUN
(By United Press Leased Wire)
ALLAHABAD. India, March 11.—
Messages from Jagdalpur today re
port the arrival of a number of
loyal native soldiers, who are now
assisting the local police in pro
tecting the city against the native
uprising. Troops encountered se
vere fighting on their way to the
relief of Jagdalpur, several of the
soldiers being killed and wounded.
The loss among the rebels was
heavy. A machine gun was used
HEARTBURN OR GAS VANISH
meal when your stomach can't. A
single dose will digest all the food
you eat and leave nothing to fer
ment or sour and upset the stom
Get a large 50-cent case of Pape's
Dlapepsin from your druggist and
start taking now, and in a little
while you will actually brag about
your healthy, strong Stomach, for
you then can eat anything and
everything you want without the
slightest discomfort or misery, and
every particle of Impurity and Gas*
that is in your stomach and intes
tines is going to be carried away
without the use of laxatives or any
Should you at this moment be
suffering from Indigestion or any
stomach disorder, you can get re
i lief within five minutes.
Basement Sale of Men's
Suits at $6.85
Excellent everyday suits, most of them
made by the Capps Woolen Co. and guar
anteed perfectly tailored. They are in neat
grays and dark mixtures such as men need for
daily wear. All sizes are here up to 40; the
actual values are $10.00 and $12.50 a suit.
The clean-sweep sale brings Of
them down to only «pO*oo
Men's Up to $10.00 Suits—ln a great assort
ment of work styles, dark tweeds and wor
steds, at the clean-sweep price d*/| TT£?
of only «p*t.# O
Men's Cloth WorK
A clean sweep of a large number of pairs
of $2.50 to $3.00 pants; mostly heavy, dark
cloth; at only " $1.95
Men's Corduroy Pants—Worth up to $2.50
pair, at $1.35
Men's Duck Pants—Clean sweep of heavy
blanket lined ones; values up to $1.75, at,
Kemp &t Hebert
The People's Store Corner Main and Washington
To Finish. Up tKe Winter Selling l
10c Finishing Braid 7?
10c card Hat Pins, six on card 3?
10c cube Pins 5?
5c cube Pins 3?
5c Mourning Pins, box 1?
5c Hair Pin Cabinets 2?,
5c Hooks and Eyes 1?
10c Hooks and Eyes 3^
10c Snap Fasteners 1?
5e Black Headed Pins 1?
10c Nickel Safety Pins 5?
10c Bone Hair Pins 5?
25c Bias Seam Tape, package IS?
10c Belting, per yard 1?
15c Featherhone, silk covered 7?
Black and tan calf, high cut bluchers; heavy soles; sizes 2 to 5; special at.. .$2.98
Boys' Calfskin Shoes—School styles in great variety at $1.98
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ONE POOR WOMAN'S
was transferred to Seattle to a hos
pital. 1 was careful with my money,,
but doctor bills and travel soon con
sumed the entire amount. I came
here last September and bought this
home. It has 15 rooms, but it isn't
modern, and it is so far out that I
can t rent these rooms, especially
in the winter time.
"It is mortgaged, you know, and I
I guess I will have to give it up." The
tears streamed down her face as
' she tried to tell all of her experi-
I ehces of the past winter. "But,"
she continued, "If they would only
let me stay until spring and sum
mer 1 am sure something must turn
up." She still had a spark of hope
in her heart. "And when the rooms
are rented I will be able to get
i "My husband was an Invalid for
10 years before he died and I prac
tically earned the living, but I al
ways had a good home and could
demand rent for my rooms, and I
sewed and did tapestry work and
"it seems that something has
come over me that T have simply
lost all heart. I could do sewing
now, hut I can't take my two chil
dren out with me to work, and no
one seems to know of me to bring
sewing to me. On account of my
hii) disease I couldn't do heavy
Sale of Notions
Boys* HigH Top SKoes $2.98
25c Veilings 3c
Black and colors in a
clean sweep of a lot of
fancy mesh veilings; very
special at, per yard 5£
Ribbon Ends — Clean
sweep of short ends and odd
shades; all widths and col
ors; per yard 5£
Embroidery Ends —A
clean sweep of remnants; all
widths and kinds up to 24
inches; per yard se£
Up to 15c White Swiss
sweep of different kinds at,
Remnants of Wash Goods
—A thousand of them
at HALF PRICE
Up to 20c Flannelettes —
Fleeced waistings and Q
velours; yard *7C
work where I would have to be on
my feet a great deal.
"Something has come over me
since my husband was taken from
me and I don't seem to have the
same spirit and ambition." And
even as the mother sat crying the
little baby, just two years of age,
prattled away, "Daddie die, don up
high," and he cuddled upon his
mother's lap as If trying to comfort
her and dry away the tears.
"I don't know what I should do,"
-exclaimed the poor woman, "with
out my two children. They are such
a solace to me. but this has been
such a hard winter for the little
dears and I dread the outcome."
Although she loved them and
they were a comfort to her, they In
a way brought her many a heart
ache, for what is there that hurts a
mother worse than not to be able to
give her children the necessary
comforts of life and to see them act-
"Christmas," and she choked as
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Peyton w block, v spokane
Drug's for Less
Pears Unscented Soap 12?
Lyon's Tooth Powder 12?
Sanitol Talcum Powder :... .14?
American Beauty Tooth Paste 10?
Sozodont Tooth Wash 15?
Mrs. Graham's Face Powder 33?
Lustr-ite Nail Enamel 15^
Ingram's Milkweed Cream 39?
Cucumber and Elder Flower Cream.39tf
Lustr-ite Cuticle Softener 19?
Yankee Shaving Soap 9?
Listerine, 8 oz. bottle 39?
Colgate's Bath Soap, box, 12 cakes. .$1
she mentioned tbe day wbicb most
of us bail with joy. "It was an aw
ful day for me this year. A week
before Christmas some friend had
given the little boys a tree. As
Christmas drew near there was an
awful pulling at my heart strings.
"The older boy Is Just eight years
of age and he wanted to write to
Santa Claus as be always had. I
tried to talk him out of the Idea by
telling him that we had been here
Clean Sweep Sale of
Boys* Suits, $2.-48
About 1250 excellent suits gathered from onr
$4.00 to $5.00 lines, or rather, the balance of
these lines. They are all good dark gray and
mixed cloths, mostly worsted and tweeds; just
the very suits for school boys' wear. The
coats are double breasted and well lined; the
pants are in full knicker style. All sizes from
8 up to 16 are in these suits in up to $5.00
values, at, only $2.48
Boys* ClotH Hats
Hats and caps of 50c to 75c quality in
woolen materials, serge and velvet; a clean-up
lot for little or big boys at, only 39^
Boys' Shirts—With or without collar at
tached, in a clean-up assortment of all colors
and sizes; 50c to 75c values at, only 43?
*'Central ParK" Lawn Grass Seed 15c
This standard mixed lawn grass seed brings 25c at seed stores; it
is one of the best brands of seed on the market. Our special 1 fj"
price per package of one pound L OC
146-7 Peyton Block
R. F. CRITTENDEN
Exclusive Sales Agent for
Odds and Ends
Go at % or Less
Plat Val. edges and insertions, also
Torchon edges and insertions; widths
from 2to 5 inches; a clean-sweep Q
special on Saturday, per yard OC
Buster Brown Belts
Buster Brown Belts 16c—Chiurren's
25c patent leather belts, in black, white,
red and brown; the new Buster «| (j*
Brown style; in all sizes; at, only. *O , C
$6.50 Blanhets $3.46
Good, heavy, gray wool blankets in a
clean sweep of $5.50, $6.50, $7.50 valutv
at, pair $3.48
$3.50 Cotton Blankets—Large and
heavy; pair $2.19
Bed Comforts—One lot of up to $4.50
and $5.50 values in 72x84 wide comforts:
covered with mercerized sateen, filled
with best white cotton; clean-sweep sale
20c BlacK Hose 11c
Women's good blaejc cotton hose of
warranted dye; double soles; clean-sweep
price, pair 11?
Children's Ribbed Hose—Black cotton
hose in 25c quality at, pair 16e*
Children's 20c Hose—Black ribbed
cotton; all sizes; in clean-sweep lO
*ale, per pair * mtC
so short a time that he wouldn't
be able to find us. He wanted to
hang up his stocking and because I
asked bim not to he went to bed
crying. I woke up In the night and
looked at him. There he lay, his
litle eyes swollen from crying and
the stocking clutched in his hand. I
could hardly bear It and as I laid
'back on my pillow I prayed that
God in his kindness would take the
three of us that night."