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The City
of Purple
Dreams
his
at
By
EDWIN
BAIRD
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CopyrisM far F. O. Brown* A Co*
CHAPTER XIV.—Continued.
—IS—
Daniel Joined in merrily and more
held his own In the three-'or
•red melee. Having bought a paper,
, was publishing the sort of yellow
tirnallstn the masses wanted.
Very naturally his enemies attacked
•st what seemed to them his most
filterable spot. "Why did he change
s name?"
an
Why did he need an
' "What foul deed had he done
in
d essayed to cover up?" These were
questions hurled broadcast; these
ones they fain would answer, "ln
■stigators" were dispatched to Mary
nd. All went well—or ill for them,
«cause nothlug but good could be
und of lilm—until his nineteenth
Then they encountered a blank
kail. There were five years unaccount
ed for. His family was unimpeachable.
Fhc Daniels of Hoanoke county were
If the South's first people. The Fitz
fcnilolphs of England and Virginia had
llstfnguished themselves on more than
lèverai occasions. Plainly, there was
lothlng here for their purpose. But
luise five years !
[ When they had given up all hope of
Iver sounding It and were senrelbng
b> despair for a successful plummet,
baniel very deliberately laid bare on
Die first page of his newspaper every
thing It contained. With genial enn
lor. and not without relish, he nnr
lateil his five years in tratnpdora. In
nistlcc to himself, In Justice to his
laity, he felt he could do no less. He
■woeti the nges of nineteen and twen
|y-four Ills had been an eventful life,
Ind the story thereof was not dull.
[ The bomb exploded with a deafen
ing crash, and with a bowl and a
shriek bis foes were upon lilm. Betid
ing the disclosure us a pack of wolves,
they clawed It, gnashed it, made It
ligly and held It up greedily to the
public gaze.
And then when the rumble and bom
Tiiist bad died away, when the blood
und smoke had passed, Hugh Daniel
Fitzraudolph stood before the populace
—a hero. The city which reveres (lie
memory of a man who, starting as a
clerk, Inter saddled with debts, hewed
bis way through adversity and became !
the "Merchant Prince" of the world,
of another who struggled from
butcher's apprenticeship at two dollars
a week to the pinnacle of the Union
Yards, of scores of others
of ignoble beginnings and
achievements—such u city was not
slow to erect a pedestal for one who
bad once been a vagabond and
now become a multi-millionaire candi
date for the highest honor the city of
his adoption could pay him. Thus,
for the hour, Daniel had become an
Idol of the people.
Daniel rushed his campaign onward
with n tireless zeal that outdistanced
his rivals and lost them to view. Here,
as In the wheut pit, Ills endurance and
energy were a marvel to all who knew
him. lie snatched only five hours from
'lie twenty-four for sleep, and less
than one hour for meals. Every min
ute of the remaining eighteen was a
busy minute.
te
ie
tar.
a
a
Stock
vast
was
Hie campaign enuie to n whirlwind
finish.
Daniel rose at daybreak on
election eve nnd wus on the go eense
lessly for twenty hours.
While smoking a good night cigar
"fill Hunt at two o'clock next morning
he remarked :
"Altogether, Harry, It has cost me a
''arm million dollars. But It has been
"ortli it—every cent. I've had a mil
lion dollars' worth of fun."
Vol an hour later, had one looked in
'he front room of Daniel's apartment,
"fie n mild have doubled It. The room
"as quite dark, and before tlie front
overlooking Grant park
"as sitting very silent and motionless.
5 gray fog was rolling damply in from
I"' lake, thickening the night with Its
• iammy embrace.
■ itidowN
lie
I Turn Hie avenue below entile sounds
an Irresponsible quintette. They
'enduring "The Heurt Bowed
I'own," and even lltelr untutored
diront», guttural with libations, could
holly mur the tragic sweetness
of Ralfe'» »ad melody.
The meluneholy strains, something
solicited by the distance, floated dole
fully up lo him. Music—even the
wot-sl always Imd a singular effect
upon Daniel, («nod or bud, he could
never listen to It without feeling with
in him a res|tonslvcness transcending
die composer's note. It was us though,
''»milling the keynote, he sourcil on In
I'eiiltns the composer essayed, yet
fulled t
His elbows resting on the arms of
elmlr, his chin on his interlaced
fingers, he sat for u long while gazing
• the foggy gloom. And mirrored
in hl» face was au Ineffable loneliness
"Ii by its very i^.iftmdiiy tuiisi
need» be mute.
He pressed bis bands lo bis fore
'"'»'I nnd slowly shook bis bend, again
und again, ills eyes closed.
''<*». Yes, he had failed once more
would 1 'n 1 i next time, lie would
f
wore
il
i
attain.
ill,.
lut
I
I alwty» fail.
H* could not fot g«>f
H*
«
could never f.
Daniel
U'get
atarted. sat
looked round with a Jerk
nine o'clock. ~
his chair five hour*
After
suddenly
It wo* pest
He hud been »»lo
up
• p in
casting hi*
scented a void
hallo!
tilt*
nothing
IAOV*
There whs
I t whs ail over
re«fly the election vais praethalD
tied. He lunched in an ob»
restaurant and went motoring
Returning, In
Twenty fourth
afoot toward town, hiss raine*
turned up. his soft liât down, ami wan
dered
mon» to do.
AI
set
enre little
»wovor, he loft tin* ear
continued
at
street
t collar
aimlessly about.
taking smdi
lmunts.
ous cure lo shim his ttsmt
• CHAPTER XV.
All afternoon of that rainy April
fourth. Daniel roamed restlessly about
the loop, until, shortly before dark the
returns began coming in. About the
newspaper offices lie mingled with tin'
crowds, black smudges against .shining
streets, watching the figures flashed
by precincts ou screens; and when, as
often occurred, he
slvely by friends anti acquaintances
he would
was greeted effu
answer perfunctorily ami
stride on to the next bulletin.
^ rom the sturl it was plainly seen
which way the election tended. Din
woody was carrying the First, Fourth,
Fifth, Tenth. Sixteenth ami Eighteenth
wards by a big plurality. Fitzrandolpli
and Buffington were running neck and
neck.
Before eiglit o'clock the winner was
known.
a
It
a
!
of
an
a
Skimktis, the .Socialist, was last.
John Dinwoody, champion of vice
and crime, was elected mayor of Chi
cago.
With a sickening dissolution, Dan
iel's castle came crumbling about his
oars, nnd he lay ninong the ruins and
the dust, bruised nud stunned by the
utter havoc, yet unresigned to the in
evitable.
+
*
Scenting a storm of questions aneni
his unexplained absence, Daniel fore
stalled It by outlining to bis secretary
a philanthropic plan of such magni
tude that the curiosity of the two was
drowned in astonishment.
"I believe you're kidding !" exclaimed
"Do you know what such a
thing would uost?"
"Fully"—glancing over Ute letters
and telegrams beside his plate.
"It would take the hulk of your for
tune, rich as you are."
"Not 'would,' Harry, 'will.' " Butting
aside his mail, and devouring a thick
steak ns lie talked. Daniel continued;
"I shall establish these houses in every
Hunt.
A
<V
i 4
9
S
a
i
48
Goose! What Did He Mean? He Was
a Full Hour Early.
town of a hundred thousand or more.
In New York. Philadelphia and Chi
cago there will be one to every two
hundred thousand inhabitants—or
more If needful. They will he self-sup
porting. nonprofit-making. Those who
onn afford will have food and shelter
at the net cost of provision. Those
who cannot will Iiiivp both free. Above
all else, I want no publicity. In fact.
I prefer baving my name left out of il
nltogelher. I wish you two would re
member that, and
Knob of these settlements, by the way.
will be known as an Esther Slrom me
morial."
Hunt interposed. "Esther
Let me see
anarchist !"
on
a
in
Its
accordingly.
act
Strom?
why, l1mi woman was tin
lie
"Slit* "its something more besides,
Site was a great altruist."
inked down, sllvrlllg Ills coffee
"And site dltl
Harry.
Du idol In
slowly and thoughtfully,
me mi Irremediable wrong." be quietly
In
of
ended.
Hunt burst out : "Then why Ihe
"l'm hanged If I know, Harry I
suppose It Is a queer notion,
have them, don't we?" He udded In
"I'erhujis 1 deserved all
Anyway, I believe she was a
1
We all
an odd voire :
I got.
martyr."
"A martyr to anarchy !"
"But still a martyr to what she con
sidcred right."
"Steady, Dan," shIiI Hunt. "You're
getting morbid. Come along to the pit
today. There's something stirring In
summer wheat. It'll wake you up;
make you your old self again."
"No use, Hurry. I'm finished with
speculating."
"You talk like a bus-been! Why,
you're Just starting Ip life. You've got
to do something. A nntn like you ean'i
What's It going to he?"
loaf.
"Giving to others.
Hunt Jerked Ills head Impatiently. "1
mean what business, wlmt line? You've
got some big tiling u|
I »tin. Out willi It."
Daniel dabbled his lingers In a tin
While drvlng them on >
your sleeve
u:erho\vl.
napkin
»hat | lj bet
« > igsrette.
tin*
vortical Hum
•■•■ il hi* brows. He lighted
appea r.«*t
He *ho\ed his chair hack.
"Henceforth 1
Mood Up
niv
am gning to take
uappmes* ip my own way.
h"" :it daybreak thl* morning.
tpnna t
1 learned
I HIM
give give. give.
And I won't
S, °1' kivink until the Inst cent is gone."
"I*hii. I believe you've
Ami 1 believe." said the secret« r.'
"im read his Bible on occasion, "that
gone cruiv.
Mr.
Mi:'rnn<|n!t»h shows
v C"\ keen
a
Kurthennore
veil, there is
■'* verve in Saint Matthew.
^ e are tlie* salt of the earth.
hielt runs
Jonas, the
Ici, touched his sleeve.
"A
sperlti! delivery letter, sir.''
the square eu velope front
servant'» salver, without
I «king
superscription, tlie seercturv
employer. "I didn't not lee it 1
It'* marked 'Personal • " ' |
I
turn «lame at the sheet of note
paper, and Daniel sank into his chair j
ilh his strong fingers lie pinnetl the
"> the table, breathing rapidly
through dilated nostrils. Hunt, sitting
next to him, recalled afterward lhat
It was the oniy time in all the years
he had known him that he had'ever
VM .„ l ,i in . , . . ,
(«n the infins hand tremble.
1 »anie) looked up. stared blankly a
moinenk at die two silently questioning
faces. His ,,p quitered s^Uy.
Kojs. I Vi- received startling news,
changed my mind about giving
everything away. I'll go ahead with
those houses. Hut I'll go a little saner,
lit a little saner
the
dig the
•betted It and
perused the content*
He knitted tils brow
"Puzzling," be murmured, scratching
• lie hack of his head. "It's
anonymous
has
neither beginning
nor end— He
looked suddenly at the envelope, then
with an apology, banded the
to bis
message
I've
manner, you under
And, boys, I am going to do
Unit big thing
He sprang up.
".Tonus! Call
stniul.
*
a good livery si able,
saddle horse at
I want their best
twelve sharp, rrai«, make an appoint
nient
a
for tomorrow morning with
Stanley Uralmtn. tin* architect. 'Phone
for the head barber downstairs, Jonas.
Mention ten dollars lo him."
Then, without
any of them know
ing what it was all about, the spec
ln I or, the secretary, and the valet, had
their hands seized
11
ind wrung with a
vim that crushed their fingers.
Hunt, burning with curiosity,
milted his eye lo
per
rest momentarily
upon the opened note lying on the
table. Ile could make nothing out of it.
It began without preface and was tin
signed. It consisted of two quest it
written in a flowing, girlish hand:
"Do >ou remember our last appoint
menl? Will you keep It today?"
His
As the superbly lithe, red-haired
young woman mounted with eool com
posure on the sorrel horse, cantered
serenely past the Grant monument In
Lincoln park she glanced at her watch
and saw It was tote o'clock. A garden
er spading the soft ground beside Mu
bridle-path stopped his work, as well
anyone might, to follow her with ad
miring gaze. There was a deliciott
"earthy" smell of spring In the air
a vernal quickening all about.
Presently—site bad passed the end
if the monu
ment— -she turned in her saddle, and
perceived far lo the soul It a dark
shape growing rapidly larger. She jerk
ed I he reins precipitately, wheeled
about, started back in alarm. Her ad
mlrable tranquillity had vanished.
Goose! What did he mean? lie wa«
a full hour early.
Escape was cut off. Quickly she
guided her horse into the concrete
arch monument—and waited. Her per
turhntion Increased. Her gloved hand
toyed nervously with her riding crop
Her heart pounded against Iter side
She smoothed for the fifth time het
stylish riding-habit, adjusted for tin
tenth time Hie pointed hat atop her
Titian lmir.
What dltl he mean? He was an hour
early—
Now she could hear the rhythmU
(hud of the hoof-heats. They wore
coming witIi break-neck speed. T.omlct
and nearer, louilcr and nearer, louder
and nearer—
9
of the hillock just north
Was
Chi
two
who
fact.
il
re
me
A form shot past. Her heart leap!
to her throat.
Then the scuffle of a horse checked
In it headlong gallop, swiftly return
lug sounds, and the archway wa* dark
cited by it broad-shouldered, iillilelu
foam docked
mint astride a
heaving.
tin
steed.
Ills age sat lightly upon him. lie
looked much younger titan he was. lie
bail swept off ills hut, mid hi» thick
black half, matted damply against 111 *
sbo" et I never a trace of
wits distinguished
d-looking. and ilte skin of bis
dltl
forehead.
rntliei
gray, lie
• till II go
newly and wholly—shaven face wa
ns fresh, as clear, and ns glowing its
In
all
a
1
her own.
all
Stirring within the minds
two, who had beyond question proved
their love for one another, who had
known sorrow and bitterness and tie
Of these
spalr, who had traveled years to reach
iliis moment, treading a long cirrh
to fuse it at Inst, were—who shall say
wlmt thoughts and emotions?
But suppose I tell you what the
gardener, spading the soft ground be
side the bridle-putli, overheard?
. Well. Kate, how are you?
came a little early. Two wits the
pit
In
up;
with
You
hour, you know. . . ."
"... Dan, I like yon ever su much
heller without the heard. . .
(THE END.)
got
Took It Back.
(visiting
"1
tin
>
friend
in
icket
I engaged it lawyer to sp
tills morning. Slim, Iml I had
I'ickp
eak
prison)
for you
lo hum! lilm my watch as a guarantee
Ami Hid lie keep it?
Prisoner
Pickpocket—He
hitiks lie did.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Man lion your home paper when enawi
Itta theae advertlaereenta
INFORMATION DEPARTMENT ■
A Handy Spokane Business and
Professional Directory.
ÀuYcf radiator 'rep/mrsT' i -
Spokati" Auto Rad. Work* W 39 Main !
AUTO TOP REPAIRING
hir Auto Top Co. t»lO \V. 2nd. Ph Hiv. 446
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Kmpire Electric Service, *-d and ùadar.
CORRECT GLASSES
MHS. HENDRICKS, 607 Riverside Ave
FURNITURE UPHOLSTE RY _
\V. Bridge Ave.
P2Ö
p n scviMun
MOGS. VEAL A POULTRY BUYERS
John lewis MARKETS. sfoKANIv
THANSKKU MARKET. 725 N. Monroe
HOTELS
'll.I.MAN Hotel, ltd ami Monroe. Rlv. J76.
ICE MACHINES. _
the CHICK ICE MACH INK, Cooper Ice
Machine & Plumbing Co. 1104 N Monroe
Harri» Ice"M achine Work*. Spokane/_FOR
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ORIGINAL TURKISH BATHS_Mont.
1 tVAl.LHBRO'S Steam Paths. 20i Trent
| " PATENTS AND TRADEMARK S. _
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I- PHOTOGRAPHS j
j TTûnckss s rcbloV7th floor Kile™ b)3g.
rabbits—PET STOCK
' »1 bu, lt "t Y PE W 'm-nSi
■cRT^Typswri ler Sales Co. *14 N.Howard:
RUBBER STAM P» AN D 8ÊAL» _
PACIFIC STAMP WO RKB, Vl8 Sprague.
--^|T-^SI^US!n —i»*Sar mc
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TAXIDER MIST S _
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i
11
glgue
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USED AUTO BARGAIN.
Good Used Cars
GOOD USED PARTS.
New and Used Gears for 150 Makes of Cars.
The Automobile Clearing
House
W. 1212-14 Second Ave.
AND
lial
I'ARS
.-third cash.
KPOKANK APT«» MAR
We give
USED
GUARANTEED
Trucks
H.
Terms
monthly.
am
KKT, Spokane,
antee with every car.
Cars limmht. sold ami • \rh.i no d.
A U TÖ M O mjL E^E^^TRl^l ANS.
day taiar
W'rite for prices.
te
Spokane Winding Works
R. B. NOBM3
Automobile Electrical Equipment
N. 1 Division St
AÜTÖ~T0P8 AND BODIES ~
at. Re-covering, upholstering, repairing.
Y Reeder, Automobile Trimmer A Mfgr
Ail repairing In my fine- 120« 3nl Ave.
-TIRES
a
Kpoka ne. Wash
TIRES at LESS than WHOLESALE
We absolutely guarantee: Only
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To sell to you at less than Whole
Delivered at your door for
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In
i
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So. 107 Madison St.. Spokane, Wash.
■ CLEANERS AND DYERS
HAVE YOUR OVERALLS DRY ÛLEAN
We repair
Do not have them
We pay parcel post,
the rips and tears. «
ruined by your laundry, when 4oo will
have them dry cleaned.
UNION DYE WORKS, SPOKANE._
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30S W. Sprague
Orders Give
WE KLEAN KLEAN.
I'AillfcjlAN TAILORS S „
•lpan eve ryth i ng; alterations 821% 1 h a a V*
DOCTORS
ve., Spokane.
Prompt At Ion
Parcel l'ost
tion.
We
DR. M. F. SETTERS
Practice limited to Gynecology
(Diseases of Women)
Offices, Suite 418-19-20 Rookery Bldg.
OVER WH1TBHOU8E
Main 315
PRIVATE SANITARIUM
DRAM AtJCARI.
Sarah Truax Albert, 'teacher of expres
sion. 404 Norfolk bldg„ Rlvendde
FURNACES
A FURNACE NEEDED IN
home. "The Harold," 3rd and 7 II
- FURNITURE_
f>uR icrTaTr^ucDUcTNG
inventory »ale is your chance to buy
new furniture, rugs and linoleum at less
than vou can buy second-hand.
SPOKANE FURNITURE CO.
COR. DIVISION ST. AND INDIANA AV.
Beat the H. C. L.
EVERY
•ard.
AND DRE
Meet Mr. Parker and
look over our stock
of second hand fur
niture—ns good as
m
new. We pack and
SPOKANE.
deliver.
£
:rside Ave.
11 Ri
no OPERA CHAIRS FOR SAI.E CHEAP.
(). K. Furniture Co.. S211 Wash St.
HOGS, VEAL, POULTRY
B 11 F F A 1.1V M A R K ET , 12 26 ~.N. Hamilton
We bay egg», poultry, hog», veal nnd beef
MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINE_RY^
Weitern^Mach'y d. Eqpt. Co.—Machine»
■ - -• ?45 SIev en» St M 5539
lie
lie
*
of
bis
But a Sheldon Inex
.-:... concrete mixer
■Xm on your farm. Write for
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JCj Ilofitis Ferris Eqpt. Co.
" Dept. C.. Spokane. Wn.
its
Cylinder Grlhdlng a speelglty. o»f||f«
BtstoTis filled, i - Mrib matte tor alt curs.
Crescent Machi ne Wor ks. 815 N. Monroe.
TRACTOR and AUTO CYLINDERS re
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OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS
EMPIRE' üPfï(?ATr^0^427^tmo{oe'
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FM .I.S C 1TV CYCLE CO 108 BERNARD
Harley Motorcycle», supplies Repairing
MONUMENTS.
tie
say
the
be
the
Beat stock of Granite and Marble Monu
ments. Lowest prices. Inland Monument
al Co.. N . 1001 N . Monro e. Spokane. Wn
SPOKANE MONUMENTAlTÖ.
Leading dealers in all Eastern
md Foreign Granite and Marble
Monuments. Designs and Prices
Large Slock.
808 W. Trent Ave., Cor. Post.
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We specialize in out-of-town
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Plumbing, Heating, Water System« !n
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WrUe^lyer^sTTuibcfiar^bK^rst^Av
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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
in
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' Pria.. S. 315
1
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tte
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, AGENCY
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
11
With 30
160 acres land. Milk
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terms for beginners. Address Ketchikan
! Dairy, Ketchikan, Alaska.
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'ar school,
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$3500—10
ß-r. house,
and chickens, acre orchard,
church
terms. II. Clinu
640-At'RE FARM, ALL
aerrs plow land. 111 one field; 150 acres
plowed; creek through north end; good
buildings. machinery. tractor, horses,
All Included in sate price, »33 per
Terms. H. Gâches. Angela. Mont.
FUR TRADE — 282 ACRES WHEAT
land in Franklin county; 6 miles east of
Eltoplu; for stoek clothing, men's fur
nishings or groceries. Price »20 per acre.
H. 1*. lllackmun. 905 Isaacs uvu.. Walla
Walla. Wash._
Farm wanted. Send deseriptiou and prier.
Joint J. lilaek. Chippewa Falls, Wis.
^^^^^^LgjflRSTS
WHITE, PHONHPOR^VVlUE^'yonrnfioriil
wants to Ki iKe ne'» Flo wer S hop. 20 Wq l 1st.
KODAKS AND KODAK FINISHING
FENCED,
400
T
Kodak filntsdevelopedfreewiTh copy of
this ad. BARCLAY'S. 207 Temple
Court B idg . _
HEL P WANTE D—G ENERAL
MEN AND WOMEN TO PREPARE FOR
R. U jtnd (Wireless, men only) Tele
graph Positions.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE
115 N. Wall, Spokune.
HONEY FOR SALE
FOR SALE PURE Extracted HONEY.
Virgil Sires Ucc
Send for prie
. Rout» 4. Yakima, Wash.
LIVESTOCK
UhI.
Fa i
FOR SALK OR RKNT UIIKAP-—FOUR
Kood inulfifi hid! ImrncNs. W. <» Mulll
gan, 1622 W Jth Ave,, Spokan e M3393
MALE HELP WANTED
V*
IKOOMF A MOTOR TRUCK SALKS
It h our experienced me:
Work
nun
while y<
services of mail
Unusual opportunity to attain a position
paying $5.000 yearly. The next big busi
ness of the country. Apply at once.
KQUITAIiLK AUTOMOTIVE SALES OO*.
7Kfi Mission St.. San Francisco, Calif.
Spare tine
anted in every locality
JPhnrSICI AT4 S— D R U G L E Sb -
f> rT ' ("tiXi.E^IHMBT:)C; DRUGLJÖ38
SPECIALIST. «AJ1 acute and chronic dis
eases ELECTRIC cabinet, diet, exercise,
private gym.; grnduate nurse. Bloodless,
painless tonsil absorption; latest method.
Old National Bank Bldg. Main 4384.
_^^RÄBBn[S^AND^Prf^STÖCKS
Choice Silver Black BrcedingHFoxesTTm
structlons. Reid Bros., Bôthwell, On
tario, Canada. _
L.
SANITARIUMS
The Gilkey Hotel nnd Sanitarium for
Medical I^ake: hot water baths and mud
baths. First class cafe in connection
Médirai Luke. Wash.
- A NTS
STRAWBERRY PLANTS, MARSHALL
and Gold Dollar. $5 per thousand.
John Myers. Rochester . Waah^_
BERRY PLANTS—Send for price list.
Strawb erry Acres, J as p er. Ore._
Te.achers for H. S. science needed. Albert
Teachers' Agency, 229 Peyton bidg.
as
WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT
- 4 w e specialize in mail
cr*1W orders. Most com
l l\S. l>lete silk stock In
v -' (lie Inland Empire.
Write us your wants.
Hoffman's Silk Store
2d Floor Kuhn Bldg.
We are upstairs, others
can't compete.
4
BUTTONS AND PLEATING.
SI1A.MEK S, 417 Union »L, Seattle, Hem
stitching, Accordion Bleating. Box Side
Pleating, Cloth Covered Buttons,
orders handled promptly.
Sampson Feather & Button Wks. Hem
stitching, 12ViiC n yard,
guaranteed. Mail orders. 521 Kuhn Bldg.
GÖSSARO CORSETS
Mull
Kino work
re
219f
i.eol.urd'M Corset Shop. N. 6 Wall SSI
^^^R^ LESSJTR^EATME N t S
CURE FOÎT^RHEUMATÏ3m? Stomncfi
Trouble and after effects of Flu. We
surely cure by our new method. We also
Violet Kay. Therapeutic Lamps.
Electric Bath and real massage. Main
1305 515 Jamieson Bidg.
INFANTS' WEAR AND NEEDLECRÀFT
TT!e^>rKKT7LKt^XFT^HTH^.'TuPFiai7g u e
InfuntM'
i'f>nr, stamped Roods, fancy poods
FEATHER WORK
m
MADAME MAJER
Hyde Building. All
styles pleating, but
tons. braiding, hem
stitching. etc.
MATERNITY HOME
DR. MARY SWARTZ,
GRADUATE MIDWIFE, TRAINED
In Europe. Modern equipment, good
home, before and after confinement.
491-4112 Llndelle Block, Spokane.
!n
Ladies Attention
for
Send 10c for
ONR IMPORTED HAIR NET.
.... - State
We import direct and «ell direct
CUTTING PRICES IN TWO.
list of our imports.
ION
Send for
Address The Prod
ucts Import Company, Kirkland. Wash .
Rox 178.
Let These Firms Serve You
USEFUL GIFTS
FOR XMAS
LADIES' HOSIERY
in silk or liele
FELT SLIPPERS
a II ro
*i
IdvMTil'TL XMAS BOX
pprociated by any
would te notch
lady
SW®**!!
LAOIFS' SHOES AND HOSII RY
As We Announced
LAST WEEK
Prices on Clothing
Are Down
While this mean» that every
chant must tak
now on hand, it also meatia that it i»
the long looked lor hopu ot the pub
tte to see clothing mine within the
reach of all.
No Store Could Sell Better Men's
Clothlnq
than wo have »old sinre Die day we
first opened our upstair» »tort, and
NO STORE COULD SELL ON A
CLOSER MARGIN
The men who have been waiting are
the men to know that
met the demand and have murked
our entire stock of the best In men's
and young men'll suit» and overeouts
At New Permanent Price*
These price» arc now in effect and It
behooves every man to liny the beat
and vinit
• i
a tos» on his stock
have also
UPSTAIRS PRICE
The corner >
Sprague at Wall St
can't
Iss at
WE OFFER AN INDIVIDUAL
OWNERSHIP OF LAND AND
ROYALTIES
We do not sell any stock i
our cü
f developing the land
the
operative plan
we own and hase I
TEXAS (UK FIELDS.
You shure with th>.
next to you, and hr shares with you.
You invest wisely in oil when you
own the lund on which the well is
put down. Our plan of
ment is liberal and safe.
ho invests
fe invent
FRANK L. SPANGLER
2117 Hutton llldg.
Spokane, Wash.
INVENTIONS HAVE DONE A
GREAT DEAL FOR THE
LAUNDRY BUSINESS
A modern laundry
•h
ours can
carefully do any quantity of laundry
work. The best that
•rvlce of our out-of-town
■lenen affords
at the
customers.
"I am your bosom friend."
Crystal Laundry
Himkaiuj
Wunh.
ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
of
deserlpllon.
very
simply full of needed elect!
pllnnces from Toaste
•hines.
>nr store is
. .ricul ap
to Washing
M
DUNCAN ELECTRICAL CO.
106 N. Wall St., Spokane.
SAVE THAT OLD SUIT
Try the Odorless Way
For ten years the French «'leaner»
have been located on Third Ave and
Washington. No brauchen. We clean
and dye with a clean conscience.
Postage paid.
French Cleaners and Dyers
Washington and Third SPOKANE
E. J. HYDE CO.
Manufacturing
nd Retail Jeweler*.
Watch Makers, Gem Cutting, Repair
ing of all kinds.
9 South Howard 8t.
The Milk House,
411 Sprague
Ave.
SPCKANE
We buy Ranch Butter and Egg*
Baby Chicks
12,000 capacity per week from my
ORDER NOW.
own
eggs.
YESTERLAID EGG RANCH
In
Kent, Wash.
s <*:
r„ie
* a VlUG*tOS COSIES*""^
"FROM CHEAPEST WANTED
TO FINEST RTTIl.T."
Graham Live Stock Co
We buy and sell
High Grade ami Bure Bred Ha I ry
Cattle; One or a Carload.
Office, and Sale Yards: Phone High 29
2604 E. Broadway
Near Carstens Packing Plant
SPOKANE, WASH.
SSI
We
also
„ LADIES' TAILOR.
ï^BïesT'SêSïd'yotr-i^^
suit to HOFFMAN, Ladles' Tailor. Made
to look like new. W. 913 Sprague Ave.
To Aid Mining Meeting.
The Northwest Mining convention
in Spokane next February will have
the active cooperation of the Colum
bia Section of Mining Engineers, it is
reported.
u e
All
but
Throughout the entire world two
hundred million persons are now
using the English language.
Massachusetts was the first state
in the Union f 183S) to establish
normal schools. Mississippi was last
ill 1910.
Constantinople College for Women
in Turkey is open to women of all
nationalities and religions.
Girl students in the economics de
partment of the University of Texas
taught how to prepare cheap
for
for
.
meals.

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