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THE WOMEN'S CORNER
Soclnl news Is ■ dally feature of
fhe Press. Any one wishing to In
sert such new? should send It ad
dressed to the society editor, or phone
before 10 a. m
YOUNGER SET DANCES.
Miss Edith and Miss Martha
King entertained at a prettj danc
ing party at the home of their par
ents en South Bernard street last
evening. The rooms of the home
were attractively decorated for the
occasion and a large number of
friends and acquaintances enjoyed
the evening's entertainment.
Miss Hutb Kline and Miss Ruth
Kbrenburg entertained a number of
friends at a dancing party in the
home of Miss Klein's parents, 11l>u
Eleventh avenue, last evening. Sup
per was served at 11 o'clock. The
dam c programs were hand painted
by Miss Klein and proved attrac
LADIES HOLD ANNUAL CHRIST
Mrs. W. W. McCreary enter
tained the members of the Ladies'
Needlework club al her home on
Ninth avenue yesterday afternoon
The event was the annual luncheon
and Christmas party of the club.
The afternoon was spent at music
and games and the presentation of
gifts was effected In a delightful
ENTERTAINS FOR SORORITY
Miss Clara Hewitt of 102 Cleve
land avenue en*' rtaim d■ ■• ■■ • * •
dancing party for her Bister mem
bers of the i i Beta Phi so.> i. .. ...
her home last evening Twenty
four guests made merry during the
evening, and later were served ,i
supper in the dining hail.
CLUB TO MEET JANUARY 3.
The next regular meeting of the
Athenaeum club will be held at
the home of Mis. il. T. (Jnsell of
the San Marco apartments on the
afternoon of Tuesday. January \i.
Mrs, J. M. Porter will lead a paper
on "Japanese Artware" and Mrs.
J. H Featherstone will have the
subject. "American Artists and
SOROSIS TO CHOOSE OFFICERS
Members of the Spokane Borosis
club will meet January 9 to elect
officers for the coming year. A
central location for this meeting
will be chosen and it will be held
in the Y. W. C. A. rooms.
The T. M. A. will celebrate the
New Year by giving a dance in the
Elks' temple Monday evening, Jan
uary 2, The public is cordially in
vited to attend. Dancing will be
gin at 9 o'clock.
Separate waists of Persian silk 1
finished with lung rovers and
cuffs of tdaek satin are exceed
New traveling bags, or English
/arryalls, are made of plaid wool
material, leather bound.
Some of the new blouses are
made of white silk crepe and em
broidered with jet beads.
Theater scarfs of white liberty
satin edged with swansdown are
New wraps for the babies, called
Baby Hunting soats, are really
eiderdown sleeping bags. Some
are made of fur.
Mosi of the married men I know
kiss their wives goodby (if they
kiss them at alii in just the same
matter of fact way they don their
Hen always try to make us
think that no matter bow bad
their reputations are, they are
really all right at bean.
Old bachelors always act as If
tiny thought crying babies ought
tii lo- thrown into the back alley.
with the best lasting
and heat giving quail-
Ask for HILLOREST
Screened Coal. AYe also
have other kinds. We
can give quick service.
UNION PUEL & ICE
Phone Maxwell 63.
Borrowed Frcm Grandmother!
Plain, old-fashioned grandmother would be right in the swirl just
now. She never went much on "style,'' with her simple cap anil her
shawl crossed upon her breast, b it the very latest ideas have been
borrowed boldly from hei -the broad, simple mantle and the black
Dear Miss Qrey: Kindly give
me a recipe lor sprinngleys.—
A.: Heat 4 eggs with a pound
Of granulated sugar i 0 minutes,
then leave tor au hour. Add n
tablespoon lemon extract, I tea
spoon hartshorn, and enough
[ flour to make it still enough to
'roll. Roll out wiiii Bpringley
I roller, and lay on board until
next day. Powdi r the sprlngley
: molds with flour to prevent
I sticking, sprinkle aniseed in
I bottom, press the cakes in and
i bake in quick oven.
Pear Miss Grey: What is the
best way to dean silver-backed
A.: Wash in warm ammonia
water, dry and polish the silver
with ordinary silver polish.
Dear .Miss Qrey: (ll What
will remove ink from a wool car
pet? I What is the proper way
to place silver and napkins on a
diner table? I l Is it proper
for a girl to ride astride?
A.: (1> Soak in sour milk as
soon alter the stain occurs as
possible. Then wash in chloride
of liuje water. (2 I Forks to the
left of place, knives and spoons to
right and napkin between, (3)
Dear Miss Grey: How can I
brighten my mind, and overcome
dullness and stupidity? Mary M.
A.I Gel interested in good lit
erature. Think less of yourself.
Get out into the open air as
much as possible. Sleep with
windows wide open.
Dear Miss Grey: Hi When
one's husband stays out late nig'iis
what can one do to keep him at
home? (2) What are suitable gifts
for young men? —Wifey,
! A.. (1) Make home more attrac
tive than any other place. I .Uni
tary brushes, an umbrella. Heart
. pin and tie. calendar, books.
Dear Miss Qrey; What w ; ll re
move a yellow stain left by stamp*
ing pattern on dove-colored broad
A.: Try chloroform.
Dear Miss Grey: Please tell me
how to remove benzoin stains from
a while garment. —B, F. S.
A : With alcohol mot wood alco
WOMAN JUDGED INSANE.
The Filipino woman arrested
yesterday for Insanity at the foot
of Pacific avenue in Hangman
creek valley was adjudged insane
in the afternoon in Judge Hinkle's
court. Her right name is CogO
Puergaga and she was the wife of
a colored soldier, with whom she
came to Spokane from Manila.
The W. W. P. company will con
struct another mammoth power
plant 23 miles west of this city on
the Spokane river, five miles east
of Little Falls, which will develop
7n,000 horsepower. Bxcavation
Work will be started within 30
days, under the supervision of A.
J. Turner, who will superintend all
Colored citizens of Spokane
and as many white people as
care to come will meet tomor
row night in the People'! tab
ernacle. Third and Stevens, to
• observe emancipation day.
The Rev J, Gordon .MePher
son, Robert K. Crump, Crock
ett itoHs and Justice S. C,
Hyde will be the Speakers.
The chief address will be by
OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY
3a, l [J'^ffß
Emile Loubet, who was president
of France 1899-1906, is 71' years old
today. 11 is eco- I
inimical and ef- j
nation did much I
to put the re- ,
on the firm bas
is on which it
stands in France
The son of a
farnier, be stud
ied law ; entered |
politics; became '
minister of pub
lic works. pre
of die senate,
and finally chief
by the middle
class which did
not want the Emperor Naps and
the King Louies to come back.
TRIED TO DESERT ARMY ONCE
The sentencing of Lee Shaver for
vagrancy In the police court yes
terday recalls the time when he de
serted from Fort Wright. He swam
the Spokane river and escaped. He
was later recaptured and made to
serve out his time.
WANTS THOUSAND DOLLARS
FOR THREE BROKEN RIBS
A . L. Kelly, laborer, has filed a
claim against the city for $1000
damages for three broken ribs. A
piece of sewer tile being lowered
info a ditch by a city inspector fell
and struck him.
TRIP WAS TOO EXPENSIVE.
P, Hutchlns, chief sewer inspec
tor, filed a bill against the city
for $63 for expenses to Seattle In
connection With the north side
trunk sewer. The council cut the
bill to $35.
Charged with the theft of 72
cents worth of bologna sausage
from Nick Holaris, on North Mon
roe street, John Albußbis and John
Miller were arrested yesterday
afternoon by Officer Joe Daniels.
The men were engaged in cooking
the bologna when captured.
Commutation Tickets, $5.50
5205 Wall St.
Employes Union Help Only.
Merchants' Lunch Daily
11 a. m. to 2 p. in.
Phone M. 984.
Main PHONES Max.
PHOENIX TRANSFER CO.
328 Post. St.
THEATER CANDY STORE
Drop in between acts for
Candy, Cigars, Fruit, Soft Drinks
Near North Entrance
New American Theater
W713 Front Avenue.
$1850, worth 12500, New 5-room,
modern, electric light, full plumb
ing. 408 Rich eve. One-half block
to oar, Phone U. 1454. J. P. Wag
ner, 721 Peyton<
THE SPOKANE PRESS
HOW PANTAGES MUSICIANS
"JUST HAPPENED TO BE"
By G. E. McCarter.
it's a great bunch, that combina
tion ol' music makers they've got
at Pantages' theater,
I went down there yesterday,
wandered around b hind the.
scenes a white and Finally found
my waj down the stairs and into
tiie music room, where the band
of "muslckers" was just getting to
gether preparatory to the opining
There wasn't a one of the bunch
that I knew When I went in, but
when I came out 1 knew their life
histories, for there Were none of
them the lensi bit backward about
telling me how they came to be In
the musical game.
Fred Runkle, the violinist,
started In the fiddling game away
back when he was a kid, and could
hardly get his hand tar enough
over the violin to cry In the "I"
hole when he had to practice
longer than be Wished to.
His dad, however, made him
keep at it, and it was not long tin
| til he was able to fiddle real well.
;So well, In fact, that he got a job
leading an orchestra and has kept
right at it. I
E. A. Peterson, the clarinonetist,
is, like .lack Corbin of the Wash-1
ington, a victim of circumstances.
It was a snowstorm, however,
which made Peterson a clarinet
player. Back in Minnesota, when
E. A, was a youngster, the mem
ward and backward, This en
hers of the town band kept their
instruments In the Peterson wood
shed, and one day a blizzard came
along, buried everything under
more feet of snow than 1 feel like
telling about, for fear of being
called that "shorter and uglier"
! word, and the whole country was
snow bound. for three weeks,
j Peterson shoveled a path out to
! the woodshed, dug around in the
snow in search of an instrument,
and not being able to find the alto
horn, which he tooted In thePband,
seized upon a haltered clarinet.
By the time the storm was ended
he liketi the instrument and has
played it ever since.
| X. 11. Lewis, the cornet player,
I started out in the game .as a mem-
I her tit a town band also, and he
j played about all the Instruments in
'it Never making good on any of
| them, he was finally shifted to
By order of the city council,
adopted last night, the hours for
keeping open the registration
books was lengthened three hours
per day miring the registration
period for the coming City election.
Heretofore the books were open
from 8 a. m. to r, p. m.. but under
the new order of council, the books
will remain open from 8 a. m. to 8
)i. m. The registration books will
be placed at t!O4 Front avenue be
ginning next Tuesday at 8 a. m.
HEAVY HOLIDAY REGISTRA
City Clerk Fleming is preparing
for a heavy registration rush after
the holidays. The new books will
be opened the third of January,
and there will be 36 days in which
TURN IT DOWN
A request for $,",.000 to carry on
the work on the Sprague avenue
fill, made by the board of public
works, was turned down by the
city council last night, and a reso
lution adopted asking the board to
definitely state how much will be
needed to finish the job.
SPOKANE NEWSDEALERS WHO
HANDLE THE SPOKANE
Umpire Cigar Store —Empire hotel,
Mrs. Wilson, EC4 Sprague avenue.
Washington Store store, Washing
ton nnd Sprague.
Hay. S* Washington.
Spokane Hotel Newstand — Spo
Blue Label Cigar Store, 824
HilKes. UiOT Sprague.
819 Main avenue.
Wide World Newsstand, 117H
Jamleson Newsstand, Jamleaon
Rookery Cigar Store Rookery
Fit/.. 810 Howard.
Chicago Hotel Newsstand—Chi
Tuell Drug Co.—Second avenue.
X H. Enaley—o6l9 Monroe.
A. P Heinti & Son- 0011 Mnnroel
A. N. Lanneau 0713 Monroe.
SHORT LINE TO )
Two trains dully. Leave Spokane
8 a. m. and 2:45 p. m. Arrive Wal
lace 11:45 a. m. and 6:30 p. in. The
new scenic route. Short trip on fast
new steamer "Harrison" across
Lake Coeur d'Alene.
ST. JOE RIVER POINTS.
Connection dally with both trains
TRY THE NEW CAFE I
Everything appetizing. We make
nil our own pastry.
BUCKLEY BRO3. CAFE,
420 Riverside Avenue.
third cornet and was compelled to
stick to it until he actually got so
he could play the scale, both for
couraged.him, and he kept right on
tooting. Now he gets real money
Finest Malocom, the piano
player, was a great disappointment
to him "ma" when he was born.
Mama had figured on a girl, and
when Finest arrived he found that
a piano had already been pur
chased for the girl that he failed
to be. His mother made him learn
the Instrument anyway, and so j
3n tfje Cfmrcfjes
Rev. Bryant C. Preston, pastor.
Morning services at eleven; sub
ject. "The Test Of the New Year—
the Man Healed." Evening service
at 7:30; subject. "Theudas Boasted
Himself to be Somebody." Bible
school at 9:45. The reader is cor
dially invited to attend these ser
Masonic Temple. Riverside nvr
nue and Madison street, Rev. Don
ald D. McLaurin, pastor. Morning
services at 10:30; subject. "The
Divine Presence in Our Lives."
livening service at 7;30; subject,
"What Have We Gained Up to
Now." The new superintendent of
ihe Sunday School, Mr. William Q.
Harven, will take up bis duties
next Sunday. A warm welcome to
all these services.
Mill street and Sinio avenue.
Rev. Conrad Illubm, pastor. Com
, tnunion service at the morning
I Worship. The ovining services at
I 7: ;lo will be a regular service, at
j which time the pastor will preach
| upon the subject, "The Moral
; Slant." The pastor will bold a
series of revival meetings during
I the first half of the month, with
children's meetings on Sundays at
CHURCH OF CHRIST,
First, corner ot Fourth avenue
: and Post street. Services at 11 a.
111. and S p. m. Subject of the
■ t Second. Pilgrim Congregational
church, corner of Indiana avenue
and Lidgerwood strict. Services at
i .': p. m. Subject Ji the losson-ser
, nion. "God." /
CENTRAL BAPTI9T Get ~injirrled; maitrtmomai paper
Rev. p. A. Agar, superintendent containing advertisements mar
of tiie Baptist missions, will speak rlageable people from all sections
at the Central Baptist Church to- ()t - tlu . rj n ited States, Canada, rich,
morrow, both morning and even poor> young, old, Protestant, aOth
in S- ! olics, mailed, sealed, free. F. K.
Gunnels, Toledo, Ohio.
LIBERTY PARK BAPTIST.
Corner of Tenth avenue and
Perry street. Rev. W. I', Osgood,
pastor. Special gospel services will
With reassurance to assist, we take
this opportunity of wishing our many
friends and patrons a most Happy
and Prosperous New Year.
We wish that you and yours may
share a year full of blessings, each
sufficient unto your needs and peace
Again, a Happy and Prosperous
New Year to All.
Gas Light Co.
THE SPOKANE PRESS
Delivered at Your Home
To show my appreciation of the fair and square
policy of Tlic Spokane Press, I herewith Kubscribe to
The l'ress for a period of one month and thereafter
until ordered .stopped, 1o be delivered to the following
address at the rate of 25c per month.
( ut nut and mail to The Spokane PreßS, Spokane, Wn
now he plays the chords at Pan
And Walter .lackman, the Junk
juggler? Well, Walter plays the
trap drums and the kettle drums
and all that stuff just because he
likes to make plenty of noise, and
Nil SO be likes the idea of hitting
.something that can't hit back. Wal
ter is the friend of all the acro
bats who travel the I'antages cir
suit, for he never "crabs" their act
by failing to come in properly wilh
the big drums and the cymbals on
their falls and tumbles.
begin on Sunday, in which the pas
; tor will be assisted by Rev. Frank
P. Allen. Morning service at 11;
"A Great Respon
sibility and ilow to Meet It." The
.evening service will be held at
7:30, at which time, "New Life for
; the New Year.'' will be the subject.
Meetings will be held every night
ol the week at ~:'.W and on Wed
nesday afternoons at i':3o.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. and
R. Y. P. U. at fi:.to. Preaching at
111 and at 7:30. The morning sub
ject will be "Gideon of Bible
! Fame." and the cv ening subject.
!"A New Year's Method," D. A.
Heath, the great evangelistic sing
er, will render special music.
UNITY SPIRITUALIST SOCIETY
Meetings in the Unique block.
Main avenue. Lecture at S
p. m. Subject, "Opening the New
WILL HOLD NEW YEAR'S
The Baptist Young People's
union of Spokane will hold a New
Year's rally ai the Hillyard Bap
tist church tomorrow afternoon
from 3 until 5 o'clock. Rev. D. D.
McLauren of the Emanuel church
will address the gathering upon
"How to Do It." Several short ad
dresses will be given and a special
musical program will be rendered.
Y. M. C. A. AFTERNOON
G. W. Dennison, assistant gen
eral secretary of tiie Y. M. C. A.,
will lead the afternoon meeting at
3:30, speaking upon the subject.
"The Star of the Fast." Stereop
ticon slides will illustrate the talk.
Lady, 38, worth $20,000, would
marry. Confidential. H., box 3.1,
Cor)', league, Toledo, Ohio.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1910.
One time rate 5c per line
Three time rate 4c per line
Special rates by the month.
Minimum charge for single ad
Call up Main 375.
HELP WANTED — MALE OR
Pioneer Employment Co., head
quarters cooks and waitresses;
oldest guild In city. Phone Main
1199, ,"28 Granite block. Help of
every kind wanted at this office.
Male and female.
Wanted, middle aged lady to
1 keep house for an old gentleman
!in country town. Phone Main 900.
1 Ask for J. U. Dodd.
Uirl wanted to label bottles. Logan
hotel office. Rooms 17-19, cor
ner Stevens and Main.
$25 weekly and expenses to trust
worthy people to travel and dis
tribute samples for big wholesale
house. C. H. Emery, L 439 Chicago,
Agents wanted — Send G cents
stamps for sample and agent's
proposition, Honest offer. Hati
ser Lake Mfg. Co., Hauser Lake,
$100 monthly and expenses to
travel and distribute samples for
big manufacturer; steady work.
S. Solicitor, treasurer, E339, Chi
Anyone earn big pay copying ad
j dresses, particulars 6c stamps.
; Hln< hey, Mtddleport, N. Y.
Work-ingmen'B Home, corner Main
and Browne. Office 208 Brown.
Bed 10c. Room lac. Hot water
and reading room.
Wanted —Young ladies for tele
phone operators; with or without
experience. Apply The Pacific
Telephone & Telegraph Co., 117
Wall street, 1124 Sinto avenue, or
Euclid and Nevada streo:s.
Middle aged, nuin would like posi
tion taking cafe of furnace or
doing chores for board and room.
Address B 1, Spokane l'ress.
FOR SALE—CITY REAL ESTATE
The Byrne Investment Co., Dr. P.
S. Byrne, pros, have moved from
Hydo block to 728 Old National
$:i«n —Klegant level lot; size BOx
17'JH; graded street; cement side
walk, curb and water; fine place to
live. Terms, $10 cash, balance $1*
per month. Hughe* & Alien, 201
Hyde block. Phone I'llßs.
6 room modern cottage; easy
terms. George L. Snyder, 602
Empire State Bldg. Main 1231.
110 plants the seej that secures for
you later a home; then $B per
month. Call and see us, P. S. Uarrett
£ Co.. 11l Wall street.
For exchange, piano, win consider
buggy and harness; some cash.
Address B L. Spokane Press.
Meat market for bale or trade; low
rent; good location, on car line;
complete. Call Main 2660.
If you have any merchandise, real
estate or furniture to sell don't
give It away. See Mearow, the
only licensed and bonded auction
eer iv Spokane. Bank references.
Office 805-306 Rookery bldg.
20 acres to trade for horses; 10
acres to trade for cigar store; 180
acres to trade for dwellings; tim
ber claim worth $5000 to trade for
Spokane property; I2SO acres to
trade for Alberta farm land; 120
acres to trade for grocery stock.
Call at 32 Symons bllt.j phone Main
8026. C. H. Pnxson.
To whom It may concern: The
partnership of Ryder * winter,
real estate, is dissolved. Mr. Win
ter will not he responsible for any
debts contracted In the nHine of
that firm from Nov. 1, 1910.
FOR RENT—ROOMS, HOUSES.
4-room house; water In house;
garden and lawn; $8 00 2019 B.
Furniture of a 0-rooni house for
sale and house for rent; close to
library, WISH First.
(room house built for SHOO; foun
dation aud plastered. Phono M
s 172 It. M. Wise, 710 N. Napa. _
Special rateH made on paper hang
tug and kalsominlng if (lone now.
All work guaranteed. Phone Main
BOARD AND ROOM.
Board and room ff> per week. 01712
Jefferson St. Phone New Home
HOUS EX EE PINO ROOMS
i or .'! furnished housekeeping
rooms for rent; cheap rent lor
winter; modern bouse. IBIG Dean
Aye. I'houc Max. 668 R.
Dexter dining room for rent;
everything ready to start. 5205
Wall. Phone Main 984.
Dr. Philip P. Stalford, dentist, 4-5
Falls City Block, S. VV. coiner Post
CLEANING AND PRESSING
French dry cleaning and dyeing.
Ladles' work a specially. Uenlft'
suits sponged and pressed. First
class work; moderate prices. City of
Parts Dye Works, Itt Riverside.
Economy Dye Works. French dry
cleaners; quick service; best work;
lowest prices. Main 2561. 1701 Main
Nick MOOS carries all sizes and
riettes of imported macaroni; r..,j
1:11 varieties of Imported canned
goods. 12J Bernard si.
Samuel T. Crane, lawyer, 410 Colum
bia building. Phone Main 9392.
Cooper * Co., collections. 410 Colum
bia bulbllng. Phone Main 6058.
A. T. Kelly, registered optometrist
and eye specialist; glasses sold
on easy payments; $1 down. 105
THE LARGEST CLEANERS IN THE WORLD 1
"ft j\ T A Is~ v**!
[ i TT o *] \f j.
700-702 FRONT AYE COR WALLS*
THE LARGEST CLEANERS IN THE WORLD
rT n T~ > \ r / —\ T T7l r r
700 -702 FRONT AYE COR WALL S* j
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
Wanted—Second hand bicycles,
about 80, at about $18.00. C. P.
Burch, L'2ti Sprague. Main SlO.
D. Kaye Hardware Co.
Wholesale and retail, hardware,
sporting goods, tools. 327 Main Aye.
Phone Main 1241.
Phone Main 21 IS. or call at 20 Main
avenue if you want to buy or sell
furniture and stoves.
CRESCENT FURNITURE CO.—Fur
niture, riiRS and linoleum* up
holstering-, furniture repairing, cab
inet work; goods packed, etc.; goods
called for and delivered. rtu.ne
Main 11»57. 1 113 First aye.
Tiio Sam Crow HoOaefurnlshlng Co.
is dlaplaj ii>K n fine line i>r holiday
goods, fancy enlna, snlverware, dinner
sets and a complete Una of diiutif
room, parlor, bedroom and kitchen
furnishings; prices are reduced on
every Una of Roods 111 t tie store. 227-
FURNITURE, BUGS AND PIANOS,
Choice, Clean New Goods.
LOWE3T PRICES IN BPOKANC
112114 SO. LINCOLN BT.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-
International Fuel Company Rock
Springs Bootless coal, $X.">o per
ton. Tamarack and fir, |6.00 per
cord. Hick. $2.7.".. Max. 71.
Perry Street Fuel Co., Perry
at. Thoroughly seasoned tama
rack, fir and pine wood. 4 ft. or
Stove length. Carney, Monarch,
Smith and Owl Creek coal. Phone
Tamarack and fir. $3.76 per lick:
pine. II.SO, Tamarack and fir, $7.11
per cord; pine. 11.60 P«i cord. Pho»e
BUCKEYE! PC EL * f BED CO.
BPBCI VI. UN COAL, $8 50.
OSIO4 PKKKY ST. HI.ION. 1 I »«.
Valley Wood X Coal Yard Phone
Main 196* W IV Hold, prop. All
kinds of dry seasoned wood delivered
to all parts of the 'Ity Full mi as
ure; prompt delivery 828 Front ave
nue, Spokane, Wash.
Johnston Wood Yard for pine or
tunimnek 101" <"'»■». Maxwell 414 4
Print Shop of Cleveland Sherman,
9 Browne street. Phone Main
04."2 for fine commercial printing.
Charles Staloy, Pacific avenue and
SECOND HAND GOODS
A. I. Johnson, denier In new end eeo
oud hind household goods and
tools. 10 Main uvn. Main 2100.
Highest price paid for all kinds ol
second hand stoves. Phone Main
4010. 1020 First aye.
Meßrlda & Co., Slot Mi nros handles
nil kinds of furnlturn; buys und
■ells. Pho i» Maxwsll 371.
If you wmit In buy or sell furniture
call J. A. Ilti .hiw... Mill" 4SSS. sis
Post strsst. ,
If you have any plumbing see
Charles Qaebler, it win pay you.
8122 Division at. Phone M. 6866.
HIDES AND JUNK
Division Juak Oo—Dealers all
kinds of Junk mid tools, lv i.iln.
Phone Main 2100.
Healers In Junk and bides. Kalin A.
Falk Co., 10 11-14 East Main aye.
if you want good carriage and auto
palming why not try the Wash
ington Carriage Shop, 34 Second
avenue. Phone Main 2891. Bttl<
mutes free. Work guaranteed.
Wauled, fresh ogns. Anderson Cafe,
718 First avenue. Inlatid Cafe,