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IU ISINF ■ine these a>1 vert i when • nichts. Mention your home_paper ISWl DESIGNER AND BUILDER Let me figure with you on your building problem Special ist in brick, tile, concrete business blocks, stores, garages, hospitals. Save architect expense. Write C. L GILBERT. 2419 Kalispel St . Spokane J hospitals. C. L GILBERT. adding machines. I MAKES- Send fur catalog. Spokane ALL Harris. S. It Howard St.. «II» USED AUTO BARGA.NS r .1 Good Used Cars UT?' GOOD USED PARTS. For All Kinds of Cars. The Automobile Clearing House W. 1212-14 Second Ave. FALLS HEADQUARTERS FOR USED CARS und trucks. Private list on request. Spokane Auto Market. :i 15 \Y. Sprague .Vit. AUTO ELECTRICIANS. from TWITCH ELL-DICKSON & CO. EXPERT AUTO ELECTRICIANS. W. 1223 Sprague Ave. Any'make generator or starter com pletely overhauled, $3.50 to $7.50. Sparks extra.___ ' AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES "XXj^fo^AlCiTXGE^COr^srTll Madison St. Has use d ears for every purpose. AUTO*RADIATORS. ^ Main 978 The 1.ESTER Al l EN. SPOKANE Ol IIKST RADI I OK SHOP IN Gill The Dr. att Dr. Laniu and render Repairing;, HTpPËRSON'S AUTO RADIATOR SHOP. All work guaranteed. Shop of service. 102*1-1028 Secon d A ve. WE MAKE THEM TIGHT. Auto Radiator Co , 1202 W 2d St '—TjJfE^&RADLJTOR^R^PAmBqG^^ '^'uKoudzimrT^tetreamngrTiatteryniervice. HE LIN TIRE SHUT. 812 N. Monroe St. -AfITO TOPS ANH^BODJE 8 ^^_^ £f^REEDER?^Automobne Trimmer A Mfgr. All repairing In my line 111« Sprague ÇRAKN^Ajrrtg^j^JTHJCKSjJU^^E NGI NC>*. ^B^tlO^ciP^anyone^practîraîiBnop work. INLAND OARAGE. W 20b Main Ave._ BILLIARD AND POOL SUPPLIES. ECONOMY Pool & Billiard T ables. Pool * Billiard Supplies of all descriptions. H. W. & H. Wrecking Co. 320 Sprague Ave. * E Dr. w B. -CHIROPRACTORS ~_ j^T-^fp^^gi^HKDJtC^Chiropracto^ 7?« Peyton Bldg. Invite consultation free, lb. A. ZÄHLTEN^ D,R. OF CHIROPRAC TIC. 824 Kuhn Bldg. Palmer System. CHINESE HERB MEDICINE^ MO F un Co. 819% River ses Yee Wo Chinese Medici side. Herb medic in es for chronic di COFFEE MILLS—GRINDERS HOBART^ Mi'L. Cd; 107 s Wall Street. CREAM SEPARATORS Champion Cream Separators; 250-300-500 700-900 lb. capacity. Write for catalog PERKINS SUPPLY CO.. Inc.. 8. Ill lfonro« DENTISTS. Moôërn dentists pie Court BW«.Cor.RJvemide & Waahington.over D years successful anu sat Best guaranteed rices. Painless meth olby 'h Seventee Isfac'tory practice, work at lowest p orts. Our Dentistry is Rlsht ELECTRICAL ltCTPUB9^^ Edison "ÉlectrïcTught Plants, and tile hex of everything electrical: Lamps. Wash ers. Motors, Tractor Electric Plants, etc Write or call. 901 Main Ave I Repair, trade or rent. NIXON-KI MM EL CO ._ * " FÖR SA L^MjSCELLAI^OUS. " W 1 N DUSTITE" tnd keep will savp 20<& on fuel bill out dust. American Metal Weather Strip Co. Spokane. Wash. 511 Hyde Bldg. HOGS,VEAL, POÙ LTRYj^BOÙjiHCUSOLD ausage. Send us your We make good orders. P.VTFIC MARKET. 41 Riverside. ^armj-JGHtj^gjpl^ __ Oki"^teiTabie^WaimerUte; Guaranteed sat isfactory. Geo. M. Mlnkler, 219 Riverside JPOKANK FÎ^RÏSlOTOrYKIPpSFLOWBR Store.) Tel. Main i. 51» Rlverelde Ave Eetabllehed 1(05. Satlefactlon guaranteed Flowers for weddings. Graduation. Banquets. Funeral* A any oceaelon. Flower» Telegra phed other eitle» Out-of-town order» epeclty FOR SALE-HORSES^^ RELrABLrCoGGTNG^FARirHSRSES Diamond Ice & Fuel Co., Spokane. _ FURNACB» __ l-t fuel. 8. 102-4 Howard at._ FURNITURE. ■ ave STANDARD FURNITURE CO. Spokane, Wash. Kstablighed over 20 years, complete and up-to-date lines of furni ture, rugs, linoleums, ranges, heaters, bedding, go-carts, baby carriages, crock ery and graniteware, to be found any where at the very lowest prices. Our small expense enables us to save you dollar on your home furnishing 315 Riverside, 314 Sprague Ave The most many a needs. Main 1155. Ranges from $18.00 up; Heaters $1.00 up. Bargains in autos and furniture. CITY AUCTION CO. T*aI*one. AUCTIONEER. Largest LftfE of 2T> - ha nETFü r ni - ture and Stoves in city. 211 S. Wash, st OOOD^iXHNE88r^LOWE8T^PRIC»«^Bia ■ele ction. Pierce Harn e— Co., 92$_ Ft rat. HIDES AND iltNK FOR JUNK AND HIDES Western H id« _and Junk Co.. W 19 Main Liberty hide & junk eo., n «27 Monroe HtghOHt prices paid nil kinds tunk INLAND HIDE A JUNK CO. Highest price paid for hides, pelts, furs, sacks, metal, rubber. Honest weight, quick returns and correct assortment. 217-219 Browne Sa. M. 3466. mines * wool B1S81NOJ&H A CO. 1117 RAILROAD AVB W« buy Hide«. Wool, Pelts and Fur '>*•.. k ..-t ■ lid -dd.r.V il k of KAHAN &. FALK CO s ih ri 1 v w n stave s >r. 0 r KAHAN & FALK CO 1 N ' T P O K A N t ADAMS ST ' III* MAI'lllftKS__ Machina ä Plumbliur Co. 1104 N. Monroe ooMPANr »RMBTRONO MAl'HINKIKY HARRIS ICE MACHINE WORKS. interior Decorator rMpRU* hFNDE^. *RAT i N c ISlI oFuiTrsT : îasN^syA 1 ? jffssiSÄ.E.'«*?cAP« vÇashlnîîon Architectural Iron Wire Wks. 18 S «Stone, for Iron, wire fence janitors 1 Supplies. vÇrUeToFfreeî'ataîoîmv N?^vCcffiïlîC R* A I, CO.. 168 s Madison _ LtMBRR ANU MILL WORK you money on lumbar and mill work. _ MACHINE miioph AND MACHINEIIY sjile or rent. S5 Stevens St. M. 56.11*. Cylinder Drlndins « »peolnlty ov»r«is» Pin ions fitted Part« mad» ror all oars OMcent Machine Works «15 N Monro» 81 Tractor and auto cylinders ™ around. Plslons fitted like new. CEN TRAL MACHINE WKS.' #30 N. Howard. Nino Knaine and outfits. Pumps. Hoists, Compressors, Saw Tables. Free Cataloa HoflUS Bteel * Equip. Co. . 17 W ashn. st. MONUMENTS _ ÏÏUFrf'mOEÎTA^ and all doraaatlo and foreign granfta; large •took of monuraanta. Washington Monu mental and Cut Sions Co.. W. 1616 Id Ats. seven I been tlrace - head. M O N U M E N T S S A .11 M I : «II» Trent Ale. MUSI MENT t or Pi) St Tel M 1 SI T li'brother & Cory Monument Co., •v I r .1 S|| furch«! am I.A.1U MUM MENT-Vl, tXI . J W HARD ng. Priip Write f< logue METAL WELDING. UT?' UdOLtT^AL L KINDS OF METAL. Modern Welding Shop. SOS \V. 2nd. MOTOKCYCI ES.* lUCYCLES, REPAIRING from Motorcycles, supplies. Repatriier | taken FALLS CITY CYCLE CO., 108 BERNARD Harl MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Sprague. Kami and Orchestra Clouds. NOTICE1 CHINCHES AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. We have several used organs ranging from 115.00 to $50.00. Write for complete details. THE SIMON PIANO CO. 311-915 Riverside Ave Spokane. The Oldest. Largest and Most Reliable Piano House in the Inland Empire. OPTOMETRISTS A OPTICIANS. GLASSES Comfortable, Correct, Reasonable. Special at tention to mail ordo and repair work. Mrs. Ralph Hendricks, 507 Riverside The Right Classes—that's our reputation. King Optical Co., 613 Riverside. Dr. Bernard Ernst —Crescent St<&6. First class optical servic es, reasonable prices. A.S»Pring > le,805-6 Jamieson bldg Special att ention given to out-of-town patrons. Correct Glasses at Correct Prices. Ideal Opt ical Co.. 14 Wal l St. jhotoobapUiim PRINCESS STI'I'IO, Ton Kilns Building. ^^^>hys i cjâns^-d r u g l é s s • Dr^JotuT v E^Lydoïn^llîô^Tr N Audîtorumr^blïQ: Practice; Acute and Chronic Diseases. Specialty, children's deformities. Dr. Elice Von Pertz, Specialist in Stom ach and Appendicitis. 415 Jamieson Bid. Speciaiisis in massage for rheumatism. Florence E. Thompson, 5<*fi Nichols Bldg. E LECTRO-MAGNETIC MASSAGE, and Mi MR. J. F. Piercy, 305 S. Howard St. Dr. C. Hale Kimble, O.N.B Bldg. FREE drugless home treatment. 1 formation w ^PLl'MBINO AND HEATING JAS^SMYTH PLBQ. & South 173 Post St., Spok tracto plumbing and heating materials, figure with you. B. S. 11EBDEN, 123 FOURTH AVE. WE money on plumbing. STANDARD PLUMBING. HEATING CO. . Wash. t-of-town work. Water Systems in HEATING CO . Wn. Con and dealers in wholesale and retail Let us I i the you 30 can save y 121 First Ave., Spok; We specialize in Plumbing, Heating, stalled. _ _ PI III.K SIPNOtBt.A^PNOTARY'. MO NICA THOMPSON. 212 . Eagle "Ifidsf F un 1 m-I Timherman. Alice Bowers, 611 Hyde POULTRY AND EGGS. 0 , „ . onio —M—* .ft* Pou l t ry . 409 2d ave. I WANTBD, LIvVj HENS AND PULLETS, M._0._T(>ffley. 41S W. 2nd Ave. Cash paid tor poultry ruid eggs. Ward well, 02808 Hamilton 8t. _ RAZOR BLADEN SHARPENED ^ ..10022 Mall them R D Baker^7T7^prague Art | REAL ÉSTATE AND FARM LANDS^ nceT^BeL 1 Far lands, real estate, insura knap Investments Co.. W50fi Sprague. I » a WANTED, FARMS. 'ith bona fide buyers e agent's cotn Box 1240, Spo Deal direct now seeking farms; sr mission. Write at one kane. Wash. SANITARIUMS. SOAP LAKE The West's Greatest Health Resort Every year thousands of people seek the I ulers of Soap Lake for relief for Blood Diseases. Erzema, If you have any friends wno are troubled I with any of the above-named diseases | send their names to Ben. E. Thomas, Prop, of healing Rheumatism, Skin Diseases and Stomach Trouble. THE THOMAS HOTEL AND SANI TARIUM Soap "Lake, Grout County. Wash., and full particulars will be mailed them. Soap Lake Salts for sale. 30c lb. ARE YOU SICK? WANT TO BE WELL? SILOAM SANITARIUM TREAT MENTS AT SOAP LAKE WILL DO IT One of the Greatest Health Resorts in America. The'best hotel accommo dations on the lake. Reasonable prices. Write for advertising matter, telling what it will cure. John O'Conner, Proprietor, Soap Lake, Wash. _ you Civil Service Éxaminations still being offered by the government in six or eight . benefit of class work and association with the best students to be found In* any school. Several exclusive features aside from shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, much as y Get started now. Young women can secure work outside of school hours to pay board, room and carfare. up. - st rat. for work that you can lea weeks. Individual instruction permits you I to progress jis ra.pid4y as you are able and »it the same time you get the greatest re worth pay for a etc., full course. «27 for and 3466. SPOKANE EXI'ERT SCHOOL 500 Title Bldg. Main 3300 JOÜRTNEY SCHOOL OK ELOCUTION ami Dramatic Art. Lilly Courtney Snow principal. Semester opens Jan. 2. Individ J ami Class Instruction. S. 315 Howard. HPORTtNU GOOD» Free Cnti»TogX\thletle G imtTsT^GumT.^1 ethr J. T. Little. Washington St. STAMPS AND SRAI.S. KIM. tunt STAMPS. SEALS. STENCIL« COLE PRINTING CO. 211 Poat 8t STOKÀGK .« TRANHVUSi " Storage. Transfer, C HORN STORAGE A T SB* TJnnoln Independent Storage Co., ~M1T~ Rtveralde Prompt »ervlce transfer, country moving TAILORING. I mtry Hauling. Fr CO.. 8I«1 Spokane Tailoring Co.. 7 N. Po»t AMER1^7^^n^^l^f2riSf - - -- MK » -I : Wks. _ Pin 81 ™ CEN st. _ large Monu Ats. SEND NOW to be on the list for a 1919 SEED ANNUAL [lE«a IMg Seeds, Plante, Trees Lock Box 84, Spokane. àiïoi RKpâibino__ Largest^Vhoe re^aïr^ ^hopT^nir^^okan «r^Ws pay return postage Saad Bros.. 702 Main. SHOE HOSPITAL SHOES REMADE 12 Hour Service. Return Pastage Paid. Finest Shop West of Chicago. Spokane, Waah. 114 N. Pott St. EIGHT WERE KILLED IN SOUTHERN STORM Two Others Reported Dead. While Property Loss Expected to Reach $1,000,000. Vicksburg, Miss.— J. \V. Johnson, a planter.of Pantherburn, is dead and seven negroes are known to have been killed in a tornadi tlrace amt Pantherburn, Miss. persons head. niately $1,000,000. which visited Two were reported killed at Moor Property damage is upproxi WERE Great War Veterans -Organize. New York.—On receipt of word from Paris that 500 members of the | American expeditionary force had taken the first step there toward or ganizing the world war veterans as sociation. YOUR SHOES REPAIRED AND RE TURNED IN 24 HOURS— Postage paid. Best equipped factory in North west. trol Eastern Shoe Repair Factory 10 South Howard St. the est report erty yi ican, mines nance ted or clares man have fact from the of & may ed was STOVE * FCKNACK REPAIR W?ltr'xfYKR~tLTu ; ÎTÏ^ 1st Ave.,' needed to repair reld broken parte . Spokane, for any parts stoves, furnaces. We « TAXIDERMISTS. «I b urs done Everything in Taxidermy M R. Mohr. S. 2 Bernard. TELEPHONE & ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Telephone & ÈlecL Sup. Co &203 faoward TRACTORS. to order. Plowman Tractors road building because they are 33Vs c /o over powered. SPOKANE AUTO CO., Distributors. Plowman Tractors, Oakland &. Davis Automobiles. re best for either farm work NEW TODAY. St. WAN TED—A U TO M O B I L ES. >—FORD cription WANT I full (I id lowest cash price. 1 SPOKANE AlJTO'MARKET, 315 Sprague. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. in us I i FOR SAKE—GROCERY. SOFT DRINKS, lundi goods; 2 cottages, rent »$250 sea son; postoffice and telephone exchange; the best buy of its kind in the state; net you 33 </ c on your money. We have 20 to 30 thousand people on Sundays. This is a good, straight proposition. Address Post master, Liberi. v Lake, Wash. FOR SALE —FURNITURE. sh $3#0 tale. ( price $200. C. C. Spitznoglo, Benge, Wn. FOR SALE—FARM LANDS. LAND FOR SALE—Guaranteed wheat, at $2.26 per bushel ought to justify any man in buying wheat land at $10.00 per .acre. J am offering 550 acres in pouglas I Co., Wash., 15 miles northwest of Eph rata. East 210 acres, east side of sec. 1-22-24 and W% sec. 11-22-24. Will sell in two parcels and give terms. Some broke and some fencing. DICK HARDINQ, ..10022 102 St.. Edmonton* Alberta. Art | ROSEBUD COUNTY. MONT.. 1 in Go. is WHEAT lands for sale; 1U.000 acres high-cli farm lands, tracts from 32*1 acres up. For particulars write A. D. Raymond, For syth. Montana. 190 A. 12 mi. S. E. of Spokane. Near high way. No trade. Write owner, R. W. » 'offland. Mica, Waah., R. i : ALBERTA FARMS—IMPROVED AND unimproved farms i en wheat district in Western Canada; low prices and terms to suit purchaser. Why rent high priced lands when you can own a farm of your own. Apply LARSON Ar MAC Cl'LLOCH, Ltd. Killam. Alberta. THE SUBSTANTIAL FARM BU1LD ings in the territory where our logged the choicest prov the I off land Is located is evidence that the for farmers are prosperous. Stevens county farms sold on ten-year terms with in terest at 6</ r . Write PHOENIX LUM I HER CO., owners, Spokane, Wash., for | Folder R. 2. FOR SALE OR TRADE. GRAIN ELEVATORS, WAREHOUSES A FARMS —Boundary Realty Co., 419 Spra g ue Ave., Spokane. » Wa sh. FOR SALE—HOTEL. full Hotel in business section of Spokane, do ing gooil business, for sale reasonable. MRS. A. M. BARNES by Phone Main 3192 ,124'/ 2 N. Wall. IT BLACK PERCHERON STALLION—SALE cheap. Write E. Smith, Pine City, Waah. D—P LO W I N G. WANTED777BÎG^CONTRAcfAPLOWÎNG with tractor. Write Charles Cota, 807% WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT. ^BEAUJ Y PARLORS. Face & Scalp Treatment, Hair Dyeing. eight Hin tmlysis. Mme. Gibson. Hugh* blk. ^BUTTONS^AND PLËATING^ Sampson Feather A Button V\ork»^Perf«ot . button«, hemstitching, fine work guar&n with Mall order». 624 Kuhn Bldg . Spokana. any aside outside and you I and DRY CLEANING A DYEING. r TO SURPRIS^YCH^^^^I Your old clothes, no matter how ■ soiled they are, will be cleaned and I pressed and made to look like new, H for a very reasonable price. ■ Give us a trial. Postage paid 1 way. H ^ibertyDyeWorky for a 3300 Snow Individ ethr MADAM M A J E R, llyde Hid*. But toux, pleuliuK. lieiiiBtllshlng. eniliroldei y, Ww holes, hat and feather H* - work. _ ^ ^ FEATHERS RENOVA TED^ We^àke'imuuïsseaTron^oîd feather bedfe. No Tie Mattress Co., 1802 VV. Broadway. _FURRiER»: ^ ^ SHÎËKI AN'-ALASKA FUR CO.'. 333Vs Riv. Furs to order from your skins. Remod button " SB* TJnnoln ...... moving cling, repairing. Highest prace raw furs. INFANTS' WEAR A NEEDLECRAFT I Ti^îææ^ciïAF^rsHSOîrsïî^ ave. We m ak e everyth ing for th e baby. LADIES' TAILOR. I STFREIDW^uTmTy^ Bldg. Suits, coats & alterations at re ueed prices. Special attention mall orders. -LAllXtiRY, BBY CLEANING ' NOW the FOR RELIABLE LAUNDRY AND DRY cleaning service, send your parcels to us We pay return postage—write for price list CRYSTAL LAUNDRY. 8pokans. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION—VOCAL Francis E. Woodward, Singing st udied with greatest Masters. 623 Enters bldg. RESCUE HOMES ANŸ (ilUi, OR WOMAN IN NEED CAN find friends at The Salvation Army Home Address Adjt. Bertha Smith. 8422 W. Qar land Ava . Ph one Maxwell 1401-_ TÉÂCH E RS^ AQ ÊJTÇIES. ^ ^Ubert^T each era* Agency, Peyton Bldg., has Manual Training Teach ers a vail able. Wanted TeachersTural, grade , high school Hasard Teacher« Agcy. 911 O. N. Rank. ___SPIRITUALIST. MRs!^FÏÎK6TLffi315lLT^^Î56rkla43èiL Wash. RinbitiKH by mail. WOMEN'S GARMIENTS.^^ GêorKette^Waïxlà aT'~Wholeaeïë Priesa National G. * C. Co., 518 First Ave. «r^Ws Main. Waah. MANY 1 Thirty at ON METALS OFF ed rea, lation CONTROL OF ZINC, LEAD MAR KETS IN AMERICA IS NOW ELIMINATED. in nese At a WERE AN INFLUENCIAL POWER killed, Combined Profits of Three Large Con cerns in 1916, $12,000,000: Also Big Factor in Mexico and South America. tions the ular two their eight dicate are on rea. ince lation nese, tho -Germany's eon Waslilngton, D. C. trol of the zinc and lead markets of the world and her tremendous inter est in other metals was shown by a report this week of the alien prop erty custodian to have been broken yi large part by the release of Amer ican, Mexican and South American mines and smelters from the domi nance of German owned corporations. All the metal concerns in the Uni ted States which were controlled in Germany have been cither disbanded or Americanized, and tlio report de clares "it is believed that the Ger man influences in our metal markets have been completely eliminated." Never a great producer of metals, Germany nevertheless wielded tre mendous power over markets by the fact that her three great metal com binations acted in concert in the pur chase of ore and the establishment of smelters, aided by unlimited credit from German banks, which financed the sales of huge quantities of mfetals thereby influencing prices, outbreak of the European war, the report said, each» member of the tri umvirate had a branch in the United States, the American Metal company, representing the Metallgesellschaft of Frankfurt, L. Vogelstein & Co., representing Akron Hirlich and Sohn & Beer, Sondhelmer & Co., repre senting the German syndicate of the same name. All idea of their extent may he had from the statement that their combined profits in 1910 amount ed to $12,000,000, of which $7,000,000 was made by tho American Metal company. ure 1000 At the and with per per Would Evade Seizure. When the alien property custo dian began investigating German business in this country lie found fre quent attempts to transfer stock to supposed Americans in an effort to circumvent seizure by the govern ment. The efforts were useless and in tho case of Beer, Sondheimer & Go. the transfers were declared void and the entire business was turned over to the custodian. Disposition now has been decided upon in all three cases of the metal companies. Beer, Sondheimer & Co. is in process of lisuidation, includ ing its subsidiaries, National Zinc company, Norfolk Smelting company and Cuba Copper eLasing company, and it was said the stock would go only into American hands. The com pany's control over important flota tiou patents also has been destroyed. for A The Cuticura Toilet Trio Having cleared your skin keep it clear by '"making Cuticura your every-day toilet preparations. The soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal, the Talcum to powder and per fume. without them. 25c everywhere.—Adv. No toilet table is complete A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. ■ I H ■ H Newark, N. J.—"For about throe 1 suffered from nervous break down and got so j weak I could hardly k stand, and had head [ aches every day. I tried everything I y could think of and was under a phy sician's care for two years. A girl friend had used Lydia E. y, Pinkham's Vege ik table Compound and W she told me about "■}it- From the first » A day I took it I began C to feel better and fPnow I am well and able to do most any l kind of work. I Lv) have been recoin T mending the Com years I L ■ R, toux, _ bedfe. Riv. r furs. baby. X v A re ' j • \ Ji pound ever since and give you my per mission to publish this letter."—Miss Flo Kelly, 476 So. 14th St., Newark, N. J. The reason this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, was so successful in Miss Kelly's case was because it went to tho root of her trouble, restored her to a normal healthy condition and as a result her nervousness disappeared. DRY us list udied bldg. CAN Home Qar ^ Bldg., able. school Rank. Priesa Kill Dandruff and Itching with Cuticura ,So«p 25c. Omtmait 25c k 50c MANY ARE KILLED IN KOREAN RIOTS Thirty Are Slain at Sungchun and 51 at Sureung, Says Report—Girl Students Are Busy. I. noted Shanghai.—Thirty persons were kill ed and 40 wounded at Sungchun. Ko rea, on March 4. according to a trans lation of an account of the disorders the by in that country published in a Japa nese newspaper at Seoul. At the village of Sureung, south of Pingyang. four gendarmes fired on a mob until their ammunition Fifty-one persons age exhausted, killed, the account states. The mob eventually killed the gendarmes. At Yangook 2o rioters were slain In an were vies, lief engagement. The activities of girl students throughout the demonstra tions in Korea are emphasized by the newspaper, which makes partic ular mention of the fact that at Anju two Korean gendarmes discarded their uniforms, joined a crowd and shouted "Long Live Korea!" The Japanese guards thereupon fired, eight persons being killed and JO wounded, four mortally. The localities mentioned In the foregoing dispatch would seem to in dicate that the disorders in Korea are centering in Pingyang province, on the north and western side of Ko rea. The principal city in this prov ince is Pingyang, which has a popu lation of 75,000. Tlie demonstrations have been more general than reported by the Japa nese, according to information from tho frontier. It is said all classes fall. in ure taking part. it is claimed by the Koreans all schools and churches have been closed and that native pastors and elders to the estimated number of 1000 have been arrested. It is re clared the movement for the inde pendence of Korea has been going on secretly ever since the country was annexed by Japan in 1910. $48,399,000 PUT IN W. S. STAMPS Montana Is Second in Sales for Month of January. Washington. War savings stamp** were sold in January at Hie rate of 45 cents for every person in the United States, with total sales of $48,399,000, according to report from headquarters. Vermont led in per capita sales with $1.20, or a total of $438,000. Montana, with a total of $519,000 and $1.05 per capita, was second. Utah, with a total of $432,000 and 94 cents per capita, was third. Idaho was fifth with a per capita of 81 cents, while South Dakota, Oregon and Colorado ranked sixth, seventh and eighth, with per capita» of 81, 75 and 72 cents. New York was last with a per capita of 15 cents. to to & go Tacoma Shipyard Men Content. Tacoma.—Working conditions at the Tacoma shipyards are reported satis factory this week. There were a few minor differences, it was said, but these were adjusted and by noeftt everything was going smoothly, both yards and unions reported. A N GOOD ^ GRAIN TANK interstate IS A PERMA NENT INVEST MENT. R 7 ^= 5 : Saves Wheat, Time, Labor. EASY TO ERECT. ASK FOR CATALOG AND PRICES M GOLD RICK LBR. CO. SPOKANE, WASH. TRAY TAVERN Next to Pantages Theater. Wonderful Eats at Moderate Prices. SPOKANE'S GREATEST CAFETERIA Banner Cold Breaker S TOPS THE SNEEZING and re lieves headache attending colds and grippe. Hundreds use them. Send 25c stamps for trial box. 5 boxes $1. Cut-Rate Druggists Riverside and Post Dept. U-1. SPOKANE so I I and two E. and first and and any I 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN TRUSS FITTING. Call on H. G. Duerfeldt when In Spo kane and Ret a guaranteed fit, or all money back. Ask any business house or doctor In Spokane. COLUMBIA PHARMACY Main & Washington Sts. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. ULY BREAD Everlastingly Good. JESSMEK BAKERY CO. We Ship Everywhere. SPOKANE. per herb Miss tho a result Ferris & Hardgrove Spokane, Wash. Municipal, Government. Corporation Ronds and Farm Ixians for sale. $100 and up. Suitable for estates, hanks and conservative investors. Write for lists. LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT & SOLD FARM LOANS MADE HIDES—WOOL—FUR RUBBER—METAL—SACKS We pay full market value, correct weight and assortment, prompt re turns. Write for prices. We want your business.. PACIFIC HIDE A FUR DEPOT 50c Joseph Thlebes and C. T. Symmei 1101 Railroad Ave. Spokane, Wash. NOTHD PERSONS DIE I. OR noted uitri'SR. Angeles.— Constance Crawley, Helena. Moni. Kniest A. Brown, a prominent lumber merchant. Helena. Motil George Hanson of Helena, widelt known in the .stale. Memphis, Tenu, the first telegraph operator employed by the Associated Prose at Chicago. C. K. Vestal, Sr., Meriden, Conn. -Cephas B. Rogers, age s : ;. former head of the silverware manufacturing firm of S. Rogers &. Bros. Philadelphia.—The Rev. John B. Da vies, age lï4, general secretary of the Presbyterian board of ministerial re lief and sustenation. Sea Breeze, Fla.—Major David M. Petersen, one of America's officially recognized "aces," was killed in a fall. Major Petersen's home is in Honesdale, 1'a. Washington, D. ('. Donald A. Mc Kenzie, well-known through the Pa cific northwest for his activities in connection with the industrial devel opment of Alaska. ■ Would Join Polish State. Washington, D. C.—Poles of Protes tant faith and who, according to their statistics, number nearly 1,000,000, have presented to the peace confer ence a memorial asking that they be included within the new Polish state. Ship Builders Busy at Seattle. Seattle.—Tuesday, for the first time in weeks, full forces—23,000 men— worked in Seattle's five steel ship yards. Not one sign of labor trouble ■ exists, it is said. of PRICES MARKED In every Coeur d'Alene bedroom is a framed card on which is printed the •s <»f the room. In other words, the ur d'Alene Hotel marks their seli ges in plain figures. The natron what his bill will be; he k t »elng overcharged misunderstanding his or that he is pay other rat* ng p knows that he is through a lot ho k •tho clerk'« 45 15 Imt * thg just V of that ro< the standard Ameri .-cup; less. pa> > nun u prac s; some lice in first-class retail st dard prac htless be st; «lay it will d tice In tho best hotels. That framed card is a small detail, but it illustrates t lie Coeur d'Alene f doing tilings. It's « many concrete applications of U Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness; and a full and honest money' every patr of room he occupies. of t lie ay forth, to whatever kind or price HOTEL COEUR D'ALENE SPOKANE. WASH. THE HOTEL WITH A PERSON ALITY. CREAM WANTED 60c the few but both For Butter Fat PRICES FOR Mar. 15, 1919 Subject to change without notice. ...26c 4 lb., alive Hens, ovi Hens, smaller 23c 16c Old and Young Roosters ... Veal, No. 1, dressed .. Hogs, No. 1, dressed . 17c .-.18c Commercial Creamery Co. SPOKANE -(cHLOSBERG'sfl \CIENT1FIC! ^YSTEM : itLosscec's cave LENS Eyes carefully examined und properly fitted with glasses without the use of drugs, by a skilled specialist. Glasses complete as low as $2.50. Complete lens grinding fac tory on premises. "Where Spokane gets her glasses." Culbertson-Grote-Rankin Store—Spokane SPOKANE'S GREATEST TAILOR and CLOTHIER $1. If It Isn't All Right Bring It Back L. R. Dolby Co. Spokane EATESjmTIRES iMMm to m wa will MM mK U 4T Spo all >> ! a* Tto IX $100 hanks for SOLD LUBRICATING OILS TRACTOR, AUTO. MILL, ENUINB—, harvester and hard oils. CASTOR. MACHINE AND HE KO SEN*. FARMERS. WRITE FOR PRICKS TRUE'S OIL CO. SPOKANE. WASH. il correct re your 1 Symmei Wash.