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THE WORLD OVER
NEWS OF BOTH
IMPORTANT
HEMISPHERES BOILED DOWN
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Brief Note» Covering Happenings In
This Country and Abroad That
Are of Legitimate Interest
to All the People.
Fierce Gale on Coast.
PORTLAND, Ore—A tearing gale,
accompanied by heavy rain, was
pounding the coast line of Oregon and
Washington Saturday.
Unfilled Steel Orders Less.
NEW YORK.—The monthly tonnage
report of the United States Steel cor
poration shows 9,021,481 tons of un
filled orders on hand November 30.
This is a decrease of 815,371 tons from
bust month's unfilled orders, which
>otuled 9,836,852 tons.
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Haiti Banditry Wiped Out.
WASHINGTON.—The military situ
ation in Haiti and Santo Domingo,
from the point of view of the marine
is "extremely satisfactory,"
corps,
Major General Lejeune, commandant
of the corps, declares in his annual
report to the secretary of the navy.
"Song Bird" Dies on Gallows.
CHICAGO.—Nicholas Viana, former
I hoir boy, was hanged in the county
iail Friday, his 19th birthday. He was
the second member of the "Cardinella
gang" or robbers to die on the gallows.
Viana was sentenced for the murder
of a saloon keeper.
Hanging Bee at Santa Rosa.
SANTA ROSA, Cal.—George Boyd,
Terrence Fitts and Charles Valento,
accused of having murdered Sheriff
lames A. Betray of Sonoma county
and Detectives Miles Jackson
[.ester M. Dorman here Sunday after
noon last, were taken from the county
jail here Friday and hanged.
and
|~~NOTED PERSONS DIE
FREEWATER, Ore.—Mrs. Esther F.
Kenton, age 90.
LONDON.—Olive Schreiner (Mrs.
i'ronwrlght-Sch reiner), the author.
HELENA.—Dr. H. J. Wirth. 6o a
dentist who came here from Minne
apolis in 1891.
GREENVILLE, Texas.—Judge J. H.
I tins more, 67, consul to Cuba under
I'resident Grover Cleveland.
MILTON, Ore.—Another pioneer of
this country, George Church, at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Adda Tal
bert.
BALM BEACH, Fla.—Horace E.
Dodge, millionaire automobile manu
facturer. A few months ago his broth
er John Dodge died.
MINNEABOLIS, Minn.—Thomas W.
Teasdale, former general passenger
agent for the Chicago, St. Baul, Min
neapolis & Omaha railroad.
DETROIT, Mich.—Abraham Kittle,
age 114, said to be the oldest member
of the Masonic order in the United
States. He joined the order in 1827
at Waterford, N. Y.
2 DIE IN SEATTLE
SHIP EXPLOSION
Mach Ignites Gas in Hold—Men
Badly Burned.
SEATTLE.—Explosion of coal gases
in the bunkers of the steamship Vic
toria, of the Alaska Steamship com
pany here late Monday killed two
men and seriously Injured
others.
The dead:
Bertrand E. Prince, 48, head steve
dore, Seattle.
William Lawrence. 40. station man
on tho Victoria. Hood River, Ore.
three
STAR MINE WINS $1,000,000 SUIT
U. S. Supreme Court Holds Against
Federal Company.
WALLACE. Idaho.—Word was re
ceived hero Tuesday that ihe United
st at oh supreme court had denied the
application for n writ of certiorari
asked by the Federal Mining &
Smelting company against the Star
Mining company, Involving title to
the Star-Morning vein at Mullun,
Idaho. This means that Ihe Star
mine obtains title to the valuable
vein west of the Morning end lines.
In addition there la un accounting
to bo made of the ore extracted by
the Federal company from that part
of the vein. This Is expected by the
Star owners to bring them between
$500,000 aud $1.000,000.
MANY LIVE8 CRU8HED OUT
Runaway Street Car in Kansas City
Kills and Maims.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Seven persons
are known to huve been killed and 28
Injured, six or more perhaps fatuity,
here Sundny night when a one-man
operated street car got beyond con
trol of the motorman, dashed down
one of the longest, steepest grades in
Ihe city, struck a switch Hnd was de
molished.
sam m m
decent Happenings in This State
Given in Brief Items for
Busy Readers.
Railroad Cuts Force.
TACOMA.—One-half of the 600
men
employed in the shops of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad
pany here were laid off recently.
com
Trackwalker Killed by Train.
SEATTLE.—John Murdock, a track- :
walker for the Great Northern rail- ,
road, was struck and killed by a train ;
at Richmond Reach near here recently. !
State Must Help. > i
The state of Washington has set out ;
to save 25,000 children in central Eu- i
rope from death by starvation
means that the state must raise $10
for each child.
City
.
This
day
the
Washtucna School Dedicated.
More than
200 persons gathered Friday to help
dedicate the new high school. "Open
house" prevailed from 7 to 8 o'clock,
after which a program was rendered
in the new gymnasium.
Whitman Pioneer Succumbs.
J. F. Simpson, age 71, a pioneer of
Whitman county, died recently. Ho
w as born in Missouri in 1850. He came
west in 1887 and lived near Colfax
until he moved to Oakesdale, where
he had since resided.
SPOKANE—W. J. Van Skike. age 56,
an Opportunity farmer, charged with
manslaughter, following the running
down and killing of Mrs. S. S. Kirk
patrick, W1805 Boone avenue, was re
leased from the city jail Saturday on
a surety bond of $5000.
Runaway Car Kills Man.
SEATTLE.—W. J. Campbell, 66.
died at a hospital here Saturday as the
result of injuries received when he
was knocked down and run over by a
runaway automobile. Dr. C. L. Tem
pleton, driver of the car, said it got
from under his control on a steep hill.
Killed Over Chicken Theft.
SEATTLE.—Alex McGibben, 47,
wood contractor, was shot and instant
ly killed in a quarrel over a theft of
chickens recently, according to police.
Pete Colaghiuo, 48, section hand, is In
the county jail charged with the shoot
ing. Colagliino Is said to have told the
liolice he fired in self defense.
Good Roads Men Meet.
WALLA WALLA.—Good roads men
of southeastern Washington met here
to discuss the program to be favored
at the meeting of the Eastern Wash
ington Highway Association at Spo
kane December 16. It was decided to
work for completion of the Inland Em
pire highway from Dodge through
Pomeroy to Lewiston, to connect with
the highway into Spokane. State aid
for the road via Lyons Ferry to Ritz
ville will also be asked. R. B. Mc
Farland, Pasco ; C. C. Van Arsdle,
Asotin, and D. H. Cox, Walla Walla,
were named to formulate plans. Thirty
attended the meeting, representing all
towns and communities in southeast
ern Washington.
Women Win Better Wage.
OLYMPIA.—By unanimous decision
the supreme court Saturday upheld
the validity of an order of the indus
trial welfare commission fixing $18
a week as the minimum wage for wom
en employed in the hotel and restau
rant industry. The decision was by
the court en banc, the opinion being
written by.Judge Mount.
The industrial welfare commission
on April 2 issued an order making
effective June 2 a recommendation of
a welfare conference and establishing
a minimum wage for women hotel
and i restaurant (Workers of $18 a
week, based upon a six-day week. The
order fixed a rate of $1 a day for
meals and $2 a week for room where
hoard and room constituted a part of
the compensation.
Hotel owners of the state attacked
the order of tho commission and suits
to restrain tho chnirman from enforc
ing its provisions wore instituted.
Judge Wilson of tho Thurston county
superior court refused the Injunctlous
and appeal was taken to the supreme
court. Tho commission is sustained
on ull points raised in tho petlliou.
WASHTUCNA, Wash.
a
Champion Fat Man Buried.
SACRAMENTO. — Twelve pallbear
ers were required at the funeral of
Joseph II. Krebeck, held hero Satur
day. Krebeck, who cluimed to be the
champion fat man of tho world, weigh
ed 640 pounds. He died when doctors
attempted to take off 100 pounds of
fat from his abdomen to save his life.
A specially constructed casket which
measured T feet long. 37 inches wide
and 31 Inches deep, was necessary.
Krebeck traveled with a circus com
pany for many years under the name
of "Saoto Joe."
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Roosevelt Grandchild Born.
NEW YORK—The twelfth grand
child or the late Theodore Roosevelt,
a girl, was horn here Saturduy to Mrs.
Richard Derby, youngest daughter of
the former president.
WASHINGTON, D. O.—The world's
gold production in 1919, estimated at
$365,166,000 by Director Baker cf the
mint in figures made public recently,
was a decrease of about $18,500,000.
Production of the United States was
$60,333,000, Mr. Baker said, or about
$8.000,000 below production in 1918.
The momentary stocks of gold of
tho principal countries of the world
estimated at $8,339,185.000 at
28
in
were
the end of 1919, and silver stocks at
about $1,877,691,000.
DECLARES MO
IN STATE OF WAR
CORK IS PUT TO TORCH FOL
LOWING AMBUSH OF
SOLDIERS.
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ONLY ONE FATALITY REPORTED
City Hall, Library and Corn Exchange
Among Buildings Burned by
Firebugs—One Killed,
Eleven Wounded.
.
DUBLIN.-Several large sections of
Cork were devastated by fire Satur
day night and Sunday. The conflag
ration followed the shooting from am
bush of a military party Saturday.
On the south bank of the river Lee
the city hall, Carnegie library, the
Corn Exchange and other buildings
were razed by the fire, while in the
territory between the northern and
southern branches of the river much
havoc was wrought by flames in the
business section, constituting the cost
liest destruction of property since the
reprisals began in Ireland.
The damage done by the flames is
estimated at between 2,000,000 and 3,
000,000 pounds sterling.
It. was reported from Cork Sunday
that the newly arrived parties of aux
LET THESE FIRMS SERVE YOU
There Never Has Been a
Question of the Need
It lias been a question of how to do it.
UPSTAIRS PRICE
Ila.s always sold the best in Men's and Young Men's Suits
and Overcoats jtossible to buy and as hundreds know, the
quality of our clothing is equal and many times exeells that
of down stairs stores.
THE PRICES WE HAVE CHARGED
HAVE ALWAYS BEEN APPROVED
. BY THE PUBLIC.
But the time has come when every Merchant must do his part
in helping to force prices down.
WE SAW THAT NEED AND HAVE
MARKED EVERY SUIT AND OVERCOAT
IN OUR STOCK AT NEW PERMANENT
PRICES.
It is to Ihe advantage of any man who needs a Suit or Over
coat to first come to
UPSTAIRS PRICE
It's tlie lmsicst place to he found at
Sprague at Wall St.
Spokane.
TITE TIME HAS COME
WHEN MERCHANTS
MUST ACT!
if business is to get back to
normal, prices within the reach
of everyone ; the Clothier must
take his loss now.
JUST TELL US IF YOU ARE
IN A HURRY
For this or that Item you need In
Sheet Mobil or Tin. We can rush your
Job and still do It well, for we have
trained our men to do their work well
under all conditions.
BROWN BROS.
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Sheet Metal Work9
Washington and Riverside
Spokane
316 E. Riverside, Spokane.
WRITE FOR INFORMATION
CONCERNING THE F. L.
SPANGLER DEVELOP
MENT PLAN OF TEX
AS OTL FIELDS.
No Company—No Corporation
—No Association—No Capital
Stock—No Promotion Stock —
No Assessments.
Profit sharing—individual own
ership of land and royalties.
Frank L. Spangler
207 Ilutton Bldg.
_ SPOKANE _
There Are Many
Prosperous
FARMERS In Stevens County. Wash.
Here is one of the most natural dis
tricts for stock raising and dairying to
Write for our
1»> found In the state.
Wc are now selling land at
folder.
greatly reduced prices.
Phoenix Lumber Co.
Foot of Wall St.
Dept. W.6.
SPOKANE. WASH.
We will Clean, Dye, Mend,
•HIPPERSON LOOKS INTO
EVERY RADIATOR"
PRESS any garment you have dlscard
Oet tho value out of your gnr
Old clothes take on a new ap
pearance through our methods of
cleaning.
Dou You Drive a Ford?
Winter Is doming and any Ford ra
diator will freeze unlees protected In
every xvay. Eliminate this worry nml
expense by putting on a FORD
HONEY COMBED RADIATOR which
is guaranteed to give circulation under
all conditions.
HIPPERSON AUTO RADIATOR
SHOP, SPOKANE, WASH.
We will buy your old radiator or
will allow yam nn trade.
ist.
mont».
"1 am your bosom friend."
Crystal Laundry
Wash.
Spokane
Angvire Art Studios
IT'S AS SIMPLE AS A-B-C.
We will not need to do any extra
talking when you see how the new
BOYD WATER TUMI*, made espe
clally for FORDS, operates. For sate
F. E. LINDBLOOM
236 Rlverelde Ave, Spokane, Waih.
Dealers, Agents and Salesmen Wanted.
606 Riverside Ave., SPOKANE
Artietic Photographer e
Framee, Mouldinge
and Art Goode.
Always the best.
Prices very moderate.
by
J^ Sav * $l °
t . >À SUITS and
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Complete House Furnishers
And Dealers In Everything
Will Buy
Anything
You Have
To Sell
And
Pay Cash
Corner
Main und
Division
Streets
Spokane
and
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Overcoats
HER'fS
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J, A, MEARQW, Owner & Mgr
Upstairs Clothing Store
2nd Finer Zi.rl.r Blk.
Howard * Rivarakla Spokana
Phone Main 3193
iliary cadets marched through the
streets holding up and searching pe
destrians and firing into the air. fol
lowing the ambush of auxiliaries w ith
in half a mile of the barracks, 12 of
them being wounded 1>>
thrown from a lorry.
Between T and 8 o'clock a period of
intense quiet fell on the
near 9 o'clock uniformed men began
to display great activity in parts of
Cork
a bomb
dtv, but
Passengers Beaten Up.
At some points tram cars were held
up and passengers taken out. It was
reported that a number were beaten
and others placed against the wall
and closely questioned, but were
finally allowed to proceed.
In the Summer Hill district, the
scene of the ambush, shortly after
curfew two brothers, namer Delaney,
are reported to have been taken iront
their homes and shot, one subse
quently dying.
During the hour before curfew ter
rorism field sway and when the
streets were emptied of civilians loud
explosions, und rifle and revolver
shots kept up until early morning
Fear Lives Lost in Fires.
It is not improbable that lives have
been lost In the fires. Already sev
eral persons connected with the de
stroyed houses an dbusiness premises
are reported missing.
Only one large drapery establish
ment is left intact in Cork.
Proclamation of War.
A proclamation declaring that "the
public must at once realize that Ire
land is in a Htate of war with forces
of the British crown" has been is
sued over the signature of the of
ficer commanding troops of tho Irish
republican army at County Mona
ghan
MEREDITH URGES AID TO
FARMERS OF COUNTRY
Cooperative Marketing Suggested as
Remedy by Agriculture
Secretary.
WASHINGTON.—American farmers !
face a situation due to falling prices
for farm products which should be
dealt with as a national problem, Sec- |
rotary Meredith declared in his first I
annual report. Ou November 1 prices
were 113 per cent below those prevail
ing at planting time. Hie secretary of
agriculture said, adding:
"There is perhaps no single solu
tion for the situation which the farm
ers are now facing, but tliero are
many steps which should he taken
to place our agriculture on a more
satisfactory basis and to stabilize the
business of farming. A sober national
thought w ith regard to the importance
of a sustained agriculture in this coun
try is imperative."
Several remedies wore suggested in
cluding extension of cooperative mar
keting and some menns of aiding in
carrying over to periods of low pro
duction tho surplus of years of high
production. The question of farm and
personal credit must be given more
fuvorablo consideration, tho secretary
declared, and ways be found to aid
tenant furmers or men to establish
themselves as farmers.
"The road between the producer and
the consumer should bo kept open and
made shorter," the report said, "to
insure fair prices.'' Cooperative mar
keting undoubtedly affords an oppor
tunity to shorten the channel between
producer and consumer, tho secretary
said.
Caruso Bursts Blood Vessel.
NEW YORK.—Enrico Caruso, tenor,
hurst a blood vessel in his throat
while singing at the Brooklyn Acad
emy of Music recently. Tho per
formance was stopped. The accident
it is said is not sorious.
THERE ARE MANY
UNLISTED STOCKS
Wo can
that aro good buys today,
give you information that is reliable.
C. T. UNDERWOOD,
120T> Old National Bank Bldg., Spokane. Wauh.
Dealer in
STOCKS AND BOND9
SHINE
Commissioner for Altn., B. C.. and
Sask.
Wash.
407 Fern well Bldg., Spokane,
TRAY TAVERN
Next to Pantagee Theater.
Wonderful Ente at Moderate Price*
SPOKANE'S GREATEST
CAFETERIA
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THIS IS THE CAR
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that Motoring Enthusiasts are eagerly discussing.
THE ACE Six is in demand NOW and results already
show that it will be the most popular car on the
Pacific Coast.
DRIVER AGENTS
Are Wanted
Enjoy the Ownership of tills Master Car.
your ACE out of commissions.
Pay for
Manufactured by the
APEX MOTOR CORPORATION
YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN
Write to the
General Distributors Corporation
Factory Distributors
1407-1413 ELEVENTH AVE.
ACE
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HIDES
Are Not Junk. Why Sell Them to the Junk Man?
FOR TOP PRICES
Be sure to ship your Hides. Pelts, Wool. Mohair and Tallow to the largest
consignment house in the northwest. Send us a trial shipment.
H. F. NORTON CO.
__Ore.
_Idaho
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Wash. PORTLAND ......
Wash. NAMPA ..
Wash IDAHO FAI.1,8
SPOKANE .
SEATTLE .
UKI.I.INCII AM
RIDPATH
Where you /èel right at Home " "I'l
Newly re-füted — Cozy and Modern I
a a buss.
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HOME.—All the villages in the Tc
pellni district, southern Albania, were
recently destroyed by u violent earth
'luakc
SELL YOUR PRODUCE
TO THESE SPOKANE FIRMS
WANTED
TURKEYS AND ALL KINDS OF
LIVE POULTRY
We are paying today, Dec. II
the following prices f.o.b. Spokane
.85c
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Butter fut ..
Veal. No. 1. 90 to 130 lbn.
Ho«;». No. 1 block, 100 to 200
Boosters . .
Hens, alive, 4 Um», or over...
liens, smaller .
Broilers, l »4 to 2% lbs.
Springs, 2Vi lbs. and over.
Cleese ...
Bucks
Turkey
14c
13c
12c
23c
,16c
?6c
20c
22c
25c
oung toms and hens.
8 lbs.
Turkeys, obi toms
Hides at Market Price, Day of Ar
rival.
ov
. 35c
30c
Commercial Creamery Co
SpokRTH. Wmmh
Any Farm Family
Can have a regular dally «apply of Fresh
Meut, or you ean place an order for any
day you wish to have It delivered by
mall iluring tiho week.
WELCH'S MARKET
SPOKANE
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Two-Panel Doors
«V f ' >
vAa
F.RE in the door
that will lie giving
service when all other
doors are worn out. I* is
constructed of three ply
veneer panels. The lock
rail comes at the height where most
tuid wear 1, recrtvr.1. The door In the bom,
prrxrnts an unusually aurait lvc add it I no to the
interior. Wr manufacture «aah. ami trim« aa well
an other style doora. Send for our catalog Roriy.
22i6 First Avenue S.. Seattle."Better Mill work"
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CANDY SPECIAL
Assorted Hand Dipped Chocolates
1 lb. 60c; 3 lbs. 81.60; 5 lbs. $2.60.
In plain boxes by mall, postpaid.
Tho candy must satisfy you or wo will
Order early for Holiday*.
1305 First Ave.
Seattle, U. S. A.
KELLY'S
: £mbrvuieriny Brauüny ^
Wm" i R«a»onobU Charaed
{ Becaivu .Vettul Attention.Write*
rL # i Eizte Embroidery Shop
L.+ V? _ 4zg People»Bang Seattle~
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Sailors' Middy Blouses
Flannel $10; Serge $15; Cap Cloth $12.50
1305 let Ave.
Seattle
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