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BUSINESS DIRECTE i INFORMATION DEPARTMENT A Handy Spokane Business and Professional Directory. AUTO TOP REPAIRING Pac. Auto Top Co. S10 W. 2d. Pho.Rlv.448 . BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE Northwest Sto rage Battery, llgj _W._|jt. Empire Electric Service, 2d and Coder. FLOOR AND WALL TILE - BMPiRE Tlt.K ft MANTEL CO.. Spokane CORRECT GLASSES .... HENDRICKS, 507 Riv. Av. M. 63,. FARM LIGHTING PLANTS - The Sunbeam. H. G. Mille r & Co . Spokii i i e ' FURNACE S___ Royal Furna>es. >V. J' ! _jKe<der^_l.p09__j^C hogs, veal And poultry buyers jlBÏN3^ËWl5^M.'VRRFf S_. SPOKANfe. HAY AND ORAjN_PEALER8_ cbmtb ai. H AY A GRAIN Co.. Spokahi: -" HOTELS _ _ mi.1 .ma n Hotel, 3d and_Monroo. Riv.1 78 -ICE MA CHINES _ «a usg fiAotum * — L. L Westfall. 912 i'auisen Bldg._ -RABBITS— PËT BTOÇK. _ Rea Fed Flemish Giants, 3118N. Stevens -REBUILT TYPEWRITERS_j n„mna TvDewriter Sales Co.14 N.Howard --R UBBER STAMPS AND SEALS Paci fic STAMP WORKS. 516 Sprague. --STEAMSHIP TICKETS Steamship Office. 210 Hyde Hldg. PR. I ! ! ! Assoc. A U T OTOPSANDBODIES Inland Auto Top Factory, S. 211 Monroe at Recovering, up h olstering, repairing. v Keeder. Automobile Trimmer A Mfgr. 1206 3d Ave. All repairing In my line. MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINERY ffxmoîrïx^rMï^n'ï^D^ • ■ Ine jhop. foundry, Spokane, Wash._ Oh ON IRON WORKS, Spokane, Wash. . amps .. Pipe. Boilers . Engines, etc. Wester ni Mach'y 4. £qpt. Co.—Machines sals or rent. 86 Stevens St. M. B6S8. Cylinder Grinding "a socially. Overslse Pistons fitted. Parts made for all cars. Crescent Machine Works, 815 N. Monroe. TRACTOR and AUTO - CYLINDERS re ground. Pistons fitted like new. CBN TRAL MACHINE WKS .. 830 N. Howard . MOTORCYLES, BICYCLES, REPAIRING FALLS CITY CYCLB CO., 108 BERNARD Harley Motorcycles. Supplies. Repairing. MONUMENTS. Bast stock of Granite and Marble Monu ments. Lowest prices. Inland Monument «I Co.. N. 1001 N. Monroe. Spokane. Wn. SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO. Leading dealers in all Eastern and Foreign Granite and Marble Monuments. Designs and Prices by Mail. Large Stock. 808 W. T rent Ave . , Cor. Post. „ ??t ? y p'Ap* Scientific Eye Examinations. Spokane O ptical Co- Inc., 840 Riverside Ave. Mi2188 ' PLATING AND STOVEREPAIRS Vt^TE''M^rar8~RUBENS^ Plating, retinning milk cans, stove repa STORAGE AND TRANSFER. Storage, Transfer, Country Gauling. SEllf HORN STORAGE St TFR. CO.. 8181 Llnc irs TIRES LET US TAKE CARE OF YOUR TIRE WORRIES. We are competent and our work Is always carefully done U. 8. SERVICE 8TATION _ 1226 W. First, Spokane. WELDING—ACETYLENE 8 PÔKÂNB~WBLDIN 3 ~wbRKS~ÏÏ 6 ~ 8 ! Monroe. All kinds of metal welding. NEW TODAY BABY CHICKS EGG LAYING CONTESTS prove that the May hatched birds are thoee that have the largest records. With reduced feed prices, there wiU be good .money in late batched chicks. We can supply Trap-Nest White Leghorn chicks during May and June at $20.00 per hundred from thoroughbred Tantsred Strain Birds of 240 eggs and better. Our Commercial stock is priced at $15.00 per hundred after May 15th. R. I. Reds, Barred Rocks, Black Minorca» and An conas are priced at $25.00 per hundred. June and July chicks at $22.50 per 100. PULLETS Can supply White Leghorn Pullets in large quantities. Agents for Queen In cubator and Reliable Blue Flame Brood er Distributors for Pratt'e Baby Chix Food. Free Catalog. QUEEN HATCHERY SEATTLE, WASH. KUT-KUT KA-DUCKETT Baby chicks. White Leghorns, full of pep, vim, and vigor. They have the breeding back of them to make a profit able flock. Our May and June chicks will mature early and moke you money next winter. We assume all »hipping loss. Free catalog, full of interest and helpful information on young and old stock. FRESHLAID FARM C olfax , Wash._ _ Boxjl. Building materials "lÜqCÏD "ÂôBESToïr~ROOB f ^CEMEN > P Comes ready for use. Apply It yourself. Asbestos Products Co.. Spoka ne._ ARTISTIC IRON WORKS, Spokane, Wash. Fenoes. Fire-escapes. BU8INÏ8S OPPORTUNITIES R5ir^ALë^iFfîoTt)ORA^ïr^aACCÊÏ?y; living rooms in connection; In good, live farming territory; large territory to draw Crom. Box 23. Cottonwood. Idaho. ÄND XÖOtllNQ HARNifi F LO w kW PhTöbö: "wlïïfËTfôiTcÂ , fA7 log today. Pierce Harness Co.. Bpokano. - Florists - WRITKr"''PHONir'OBr v WlKSr'yburnfioral wants to Eugens'« Flower Shop. 30 Wall at. INVESTMEN TS INVESTMENTS BLYTH- WITTER A CO., With Northwestern offices at 812 Sec ond uvo., Sen title, and Yoon building, Portland, offer a comprehensive Invest ment service to conserve the Interests of Investors and render pereonal assistance In the selection of sound bonds. Ask (or our booklet "Elomonlury Principles of Safe Investment." If you have available funds now. we will also send our list of well-secured Investments. ELlVAfORS ' Hand Power, Frt. Elevators. Pacific Iron Works. HELP WANTED—GENERAL MEN AND WOMEN TO ENTER enlng April 18. Guar uclfic Telegraph Instl Telegruph class antes positions, tute, 119 N. Post, Spokane. KODAKS ANS - KODAK FINISHING r^X^nè^ïsïïïTMinrdevérôped wïthcC^ rcc ach copy of this adv. Regu- 1 ,cc lar price for printing. Orders cosh. BARCLAY. 20 7 Temple Cou rt, S p okan e. ___ MiSSÄkfcÄSlfSyA-. _ ATTENTION. NERVOUS, PHYSICAL Deficients. Introspective relaxation. 316 Hoge building, Seattle. Wash. PHYSICIANS—SAN IPRACTIC biTdyînoTïrst ' m'ßlt uoOSsïTsyî? terns. Dr. Henry Herwig, 410 Flier Bldg . "MISCELLANEOUS— FÖR SALE DÎ5ÏJ(MÔurTf5ÂîTtrT?K^^ 60 Iba. $7.25 by mail prepaid; 3d zone, $9 40 lha. 4th. $7.35: 10 lbs, 3d, $2.30; 4th $2.50; 5 lbe. 3d. $1.36; 4th $1.60. C. O. D. 26c extra. Best honey you ever tasted; liquified; won't crystollze. Browne, Box 499, Twin Falls, IdeJio. answering ?theae advertisement». HEMSTITCHING and "Pic^otlng attach ment ; works on all sewing machines. Price %2\ personal checks Bights Mail Order House. Box 127, Birm i ngham, Ala. __ PHYSICIAN»— DRUGLESS. OrT^C. HaEe KlïfiÎLEr'TÎRUGLKsS SPECIALIST. All acute and chronic dis eases. EI-ECTRIC cabinet, diet, exercise, private gym. ; graduate nurse. Bloodless, painless tonsil absorption; latest method. Old National Bank Bldg. Main 4384. PI PELESS FURNACES LOc extra. MAKESUREOFTHBFURNACE. Ask H. A. Stinke Furnace <\>.. 1K03 I>iv. THE HAROLD PIPE AND PfPKLESS furnace, any size. S302 Howard, Spokane pW^VjtNDPWLTBYJU p PLlt8 MILKOLAC CONDENSED SÜÎÎÊR^ MILK is pure creamery buttermilk con densed to a thick paste. The Ideal food for laying hens and baby chlx. Write for circular and price. Commercial Creamery Co., Sp okane. Wash. REAL E8TATE AND FARM LANDS FOR SALE Hay & Stock Ranch i I ! 352 Empire _I By Owner, acres timber: free water for irriKatlon. Outside range; 75 cattle. S tiotses. J. Y. BROWN, la-adpoint. Wash. 110 acres alder bottom; 370 WATERFRONT FARM (94)0 FEET) 95 acres across the bay facing I Seattle, fare 40 cents; old house. barn, family orchard, spring wa ! ter. clams and fishing, near dock ! and store. Price $4500. Terms. ! F. E. O LUNGER. Bldg.. Seattle. Wash. WELL 1MPROVKJT WELL equipped Wheat Section with 300 acres cropped; valued at $24,000. to trade for U. S. prop ertv. Jacob Gerlg, Loya list. Alberta. SALESMEN—WANTED^ ^ an 7 /k an 'hr. - cleaning and shampoo \/ /II ing rugs. Vacuum furnished Y"' * u FREE. $10 com. on sales. DODGE BRO S .. 66 E . 1 So. Salt L ake. SANITARIUMS MEDICAL LAKE The Gllkey Hotel and Sanitarium for Medical Lake; hot water baths and mud baths. First class cafe In connection. Medical Lake. Wash. ^ SHEETJ 4ET_ALWORK ^RS "^wT^eîerTrîTeeTTÂetar^^kX^RÎverïîde TEACHERS' AGENCIES T?achersT , or'lï?"8r~scîénce"neeï£d w Tvîbérï Teachers' Agency. 228 Peyton bldg. USED CARS FOR SALE si9>kane^autoTîarket^5uaran^ teed used cars and trucks. Write for list and prices. 315 W. Sprague Ave. Spokane. Wash._ WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT SEND US YOUR NET WORK The service we extend in the country is always satisfactory. SAMPSON FEATHER A BUTTON WORKS Kuhn Building, Spokane BUTTON8 AND PLEATING. SHAMEK'8. 417 Union sC SeatUeTHem stitching, Accordion Pleating, Box Side Pleating, Cloth Covered Buttons. Mall orders handled promptly. _ CLOTH ING ÏYÎT'HAVlî'lMANT^'uSEnr'A^ The Th ri ft Sho p. 720 F i rst Ave. FEATHER WORK ! Ma ÆÊ madame majer Hyde Building. AU Vt^EB styles pleating, bat* tons, braiding, ham stitching, etc. I NF ANTg'WEARANPNEEOLEjlRAF T The^Neèdîêcra/t^Shopl^ëaïcony^mpoHum Infants' wear stamped and fancy goods MATERNITY HOME DR. MARY SWARTZ. GRADUATE MIDWIFE. TRAINED In Europe. Modern equipment, good home, before find after confinement, 401-403 Llndelle Block, Spokane. BARGAINS In 6—Slightly Used—6 Pumping Plants Consisting of 1-8 H.P., 4-16 H.P., 1-20 Horsepower Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engines and Pumps. These are all in A-l condition and have just been replaced by electric power out fits. That's why they are now for sale. For Information and prices write WM. C. BROWN. Ephrata, Wash. Good Used Cars Good Used Parts New and Used Gears for 150 Makes of Cars The Automobile Gearing House W. 1212*14 Second Ave., Spokane Sailors' Middy Blouses Flanael $ 10 ; Serge $ 18 ; Cap Cloth $ 12.80 11 8 1305 1st Are. Kelly 8 Seattk J Remember the N umber CARLYLE HOTEL 150 clean, oomfortable rooms, ?Sc par day and up. Weekly rates. Ssoond Ave., Spoksns. 80S ELECTRICAL Wholesale sad Retail N-K-E EDISON FARM LIGHT AND POWER PLANT «» repair everything electrical. Write ua. NIXON-KIMMEL CO., 187 «. Wall St.. Spokane. Wash. BICYCLES . Let your boy or girl buy a bicycle under Our Club Plan. Every Bicycle guaranteed * $10.00 DOWN, $2.50 A WEEK We have many used Bicycles and Motorcycles In stock. CYCLE SUPPLY 00. Authorized Indian Agents. Spokane, Wash. U. S. STEEL MUST UNFAIR COMPETITION BY BIG TRUST CHARGED BY FEDERAL TRADE BOARD. 11 OTHER COMPANIES ALSO "The Pittsburg Plus" Price Main tained Regardless of Transporta tion—Holds Rail Control— Virtual Monopoly. WASHINGTON. —A formal com plaint against the United States Steel corporation and 11 subsidiary com panies, alleging unfair competition in interstate commerce, was issued re cently by the federal trade commis sion. Thus the commission finally has decided that it has sufficient Jur i isdiction to take up the long standing complaints by users of steel products I and others against the alleged use by ! the corporation of the device known as "the Pittsburg plus (trice." The steel corporation and Its sub sidiaries are given 30 days to make formal answer to the complaint, after which the case will proceed to trial on it« merits. The commission's an nouncement said the case was an "outgrowth of conditions complained of by more than 2700 manufacturers of steel In the Chicago, Duluth and Birmingham districts and legislatures of three states, by several municipali ties and by chamber of commerce and many business organizations through out the United States." for for "The Pittsburg Plus." "Tlie Vittsburg plus" price is des cribed at length in the commission's announcement, which \ says that nu der it "all steel except rails, wher ever made and whether made in the United States Steel corporation plants or by independents, is sold at the f. o. b. Pittsburg price, plus an amount equivalent to the freight to point of destination," and as an illus tration says that, this "means that the Gary steel fabricator who runs his own tmek to the Gary. Ind., steel mill and purchases steel manufactured at that plant must pay the price charged in Pittsburg plus an amount equaling the freight rate from Pittsburg to Gary." The complaint is not limited, how ever. to the alleged use of this de vice. -It charges specifically that the steel corporation "owns and controls the ultimate iron ore supply in the United States," and that because of "its power and influence," through the large percentage of the steel man ufacturing business done by it and supported by It, Us consequent po tential power to embarrass or destroy its competitors by unduly lowering price schedules is "tantamount to the naming by the steel corpora tion of prices that are to be charged by all the steel manufacturers In the United States." AU T its Prices Maintained. The charge is also made that the steel corporation "for at least seven years has issued from time to time price quotations and schedules cov ering rolled steel manufactured by its subsidiaries, and that these quota tions are adoptedby all of the re spondents' subsidiaries and their com petitors substantially as their quo tations of prices. Washington State Yakima Applet Move Fast. YAKIMA.—With only 500 cars of apples left in storage in the Yakima valley, growérs and »hipper» are op timistic about cleaning up the entire 19. crop by June 1. Almira Leads in Spelling. I)A VENl'OHT.— Almira won the county spelling championship for tht» year among class A schools with .a final average of 97 from the four tests given. l)aven|iort took second place with nn average of 95.%, and Harrington third with 93*4 per cent. Pasco-Burbank Bridge. l*ASUO.—Marking one of tjie most Important events in the history of the development of this region and of the northwest, the new toll bridge spanning Snake river between 1'asco and Burbank and connecting Walla Walla and Franklin counties, was of ficially dedicated May 6. The crowd witnessing tihe ceremonies was esti mated at from 3500 to 5000. BIG SNAP BUY— 20-acre Fruit Orchard Near Spokane. SW'/A NEI/4 S y 2 SEC. 31. T. 24, R. 4L Pelletier orchard—20 a ores rolling, rich, deep loam soil, tret's 11 years old, have boon well cared for and are in excellent condition; .TO are cherry of several va rieties; 12 of Commercial Beauty and Olympia Baldwin apple trees. Crop outlook is fine; 125-foot well with large flow of splendid water; gasoline pump; 3-room bungalow', large packing shed; 16 miles SIS. of Spokane, near l*a louse highway and electric car lino and town of Valley ford, equipment go with place; handle. Pelletier. 1307 West Maxwell Ave., Spo kane. Wash. Write or phone Max. 3395J. prune, pear and early apple, division consists of Rome .'vestoak and farm $2.000 will Deal with owner, Mrs. J. II. P I smif oa Ifi8&r7«2£nk i Recent Happenings In This State Given in Brief Items for Busy Readers. Idaho Pioneer Succumbs. GRANOEVILLK. — \\ liant», age 84, a pioneer of Idaho | county, died recently. Mrs. Frank Cornwall Dies. MOSCOW.—Word reached Moscow of the sudden death at Saint Maries of Mrs. Frank Cornwall, well known pioneer ol' Moscow Idaho Falls Fire, $50,000. IDAHO FAUiS.—Fire at Menan, a I village n e ar here, Saturday destroyed I a warehouse, store, poolhall and mill j office. The loss is estimated at $50, 000 . M< Wit ; S. 1 Big Log Drive. KELLOGG.—The Ohio Match com pany's drive of approximately 3,000,000 feet of white pine logs will start this week, when the rear of th t , Shoshone Lumber company's drive will have reached Joki, 14 miles above Ena ville on the North Fork river. Moscow Youth Killed by Truck. MOSCOW.—Caught between two heavy trucks loaded with crushed rock Otto Stone, uge 19, was instantly kill ed Saturday on the Viola hill grade of Che state highway, placed tile blame on (lie brakes of the "quad truck." A corouer's Jury defective High Grade Copper. KELLOGG.—The recent strike of high grade gray copper ore on the Sterling Silver property on Big creek practically assbred another big silver producer to the district. Death Car Driver Exonerated. WALLACE.—Monte Busby. driver of an automobile that ran Into and killed 5-year-old Eugene Henry Smith here recently was completely exoner ated from blatne for the accident by a jury. to at to of Buys Kellogg Store. KELLOGG.— -K. B. Thornhill ac quired the interests of all other stock holders in the Worstell-ThoruhlH com pany here lor $40,000 cash and his holdings in the Wallace store of the company. Will Ship Wool by Water. POCATELLO.—Idaho will ship its wool to Boston this year via Portland and the water route through the Pana ma canal instead of by rail, according to Hugh Sprout, president of the Idaho State Wool Growers' association. Seven cars of wool already have left for Portland. Celebrate Golden Wedding. MOSCOW.—The golden weddlug an niversary of Mr. aud Mrs. P. L. Smith was celebrated a tthe family home here reecntly with a family reunion. Eleven children were born to this un ion and 10 of them are living, and all but two were preesnt at the celebra tion. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were mar ried in Texas county, Mo., May 3, 1871. Proclaims Forest Week in Idaho. BOISE.—Governor D. W. Davis is sued two proclamations recently, the first setting aside May 12 as "hospital day," to be observed in Idaho with special exercises for the sick in hos pitals, and May 22 to 28 as a special week for forest protection and to call to the attention of residents the im portance of prevention of forest fires during the summer months. Northern Pacific to Raise Fares. That a number of changes and in creases. in passenger rates on the Northern Pacific branch between Spo kane and Grangeville are to be made soon, icluding an increase of 45 cents in the fare between Moscow und Spo kane, was made known recently by the general agent for the Northern Pacific at Lewiston. Governor Makes Appointments. BOISE.—Governor Davis has ap pointed Stanly Easton of Kellogg a member of the state board of educa tion to succeed Ramsay Walker, whose term expired some time ago. Mr. Easton is manager of the Bunker Hill & Sullivan mine. Other appoint ments made by Governor Davis In clude: Arthur J. Snyder of Springfield und C. A. Harris of ltexburg, mem bers of the board of directors of the Blackj'oot asylum. Thomas Kelley, di rector of athletics at the University of Idaho, a member of the state ath letic commission to succeed W. C. Bleumaster. of .a of of Inspector Campbelll in Coeur d'Alenes KELLOGG. — Stewurt Campbell, Campbell, state miue inspector, is in Kelloww on an inspection of several big mines of the district. He receut finished a tour of inspection of the mine» of Bonner county and reports some mining activity in that region. That tlie acquisition of the May flower-Bulllon mine in the Hailey dis trict by the Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mining company aud tlie starting of operations, together with the high price of silver, will be a big factor in the revival of the inlntng industry in the Wood river district, Mr. Campbell stated. 4L He will »pend about two weekB in the C rueodl'A4» Ljyl-S weeks in the Coeur d'Alenes. -Righteousness Hugh Wallace to Leave in June. PARIS.—Hugh C. Wallace, the re- j ; II. tiring Ameriran ambassador, will leave Paris the last week in June for his home in Tacoma. Myron T. Herrick, the new ainbassudor, will ar rive in Paris the middle of July. "Uncle Joe" 85 Years Old. house ad WASHINGTON. — The journed Saturday that the 85th birth-1 duy of "Uncle Joe" Cannon could be j i fittingly celebrated. PROVES TOO TRÜE NEW TREASURY COMPTROLLER IMPRESSES NATIONAL CAPITAL. MOST COMBINES MUST RELAX Each Business Man Out to 'Get His" First—Consumers Wait—Gives Remedy—Read the Article. WASHINGTON, D. C.—1). U. Crls singer, country banker, brought to Washington by President Harding from Marion, Ohio, to be comptroller of the treasury, has impressed the na tional capital as a man of convictions with no fear to express them. When he delivered a speech the other day before the district bankers in which he declared that the law of sundry and demand no longer controls busi ness he attracted much attention to himself because it is unusual for a government official to be so frank. He declared that the reason the drop iu the cost of living ha« not been uniform is because retail prices in many lines fail to reflect lower wholesale prices. "Scarcity, coupled with the desire to hav e , should and does fix the price," he said. "If things people need to eat, wear and house them could be bought with the assurance thut the price was governed by the same unfettered law, our economic troubles would soon solve them selves. Unfortunately for us all, the law of supply and demand is in these respects as dead as a New England mackerel. Each Wants "Hit" First. "Manufacturers, jobbers, whole salers, retailers, laborers—are all in some sort of combination to frustrate this fundamental law of economics. Each is out to 'get his' first. "I realize that I am offering you no new thought when 1 say that at this moment this very condition is the underlying cause of industrial and business paralysis. These combina tions—gentlemen's agreements, what not—Jiave gotten prices of things to the point where there is no rela tion between cost of raw materials and cost of production; no relation be tween cost of production and cost to t.he consumer; in short, where there is no relation between value and selling price. "The consumers know this, and so they are waiting. They have pointed the procession of Interests, whose motto is "we'll get ours first." They are determined to buy no more than absolute needs In a market thus un conscionably fixed. "That there Is now no proper re lation between production cost and consumer's cost is constantly proved. A farmer took 22 calfskins to town and received for them the price of a pair of shoes at $12.50 and a cash balance of $1.30. Th e farmer sells his fatted sheep at 8 cents a pound; but you pay $1.60 at a good hotel for one English mutton chop weighing about six ounces. The same utter lack of logical relationship between costs and (prices prevaiU throughout the gamut of foods, and in about every thing else that can be controlled. As to meats, 1 can tell you, of my own knowledge, that it is not the packer that is chiefly responsible. The re sponsibility lies somewhere b e tween him and your stomach. Must Readjust Wages. "These conditions affect, generally, the food, clothing, housing, that peo ple must have. There must be a vital readjustment of wagqs before we can have permanent reconstruction and in dustrial readjustment. But how can we, a nation of business men, expect wage-earners to agree to this while the mtddl e man not only passes on his losses to the Consumer but exacts an unreasonable profit on replace ments? "I hope everybody understands that we must bave an honest-to-God day's work from every wage- e arner if we shall restore economic poise and pros per our industry. Bros périt y can not be based on idleness, nor cau national resources be increased by halfhearted work. Th e need of the hour is work and saving, and then work more and thrice save. And when our people follow these cardinal truths their hap piness and contentment will be perma nently assured. "Our economic evolution will be a failure unl e ss the people—yes, all the people—begin now to put their conscience into their business and their work. A conscience left at the altar of the church does no useful service. It must b e brought into our daily work and business. This is ab solutely necessary to bring about a correct understanding between those who serve and those who are served. or Must Prevail. "The first essential step in this j economif readjustment la f°r business men, traders, manufacturers, to square their actions and direct their course by the compass of righteousness, good will, fellowship and brotherhood. Then those who serve will be willing to serve well at a fair wage for au ; honest day's work. j Capital Punishment Ends. STOCKHOLM.—Capital punishment in Sweden has been abolished. HAS YOUR FINANCIAL CONDI TION KEPT YOU FROM HAVING THAT CAR YOU NEED? We »oll Automobiles on the most liberal terms. This is made possible by our ability to do our financing, charging 8 |>er cent. No brokerage charge whatever. Used Car Sale That I» making it possible to own a good used car. is now in Cars of practically all progress. makes are included and the prices will attract you. Your Old Car Taken in Trade A reasonable price will be al lowed for the car you have on any new or used car in stock. Mitchell, Lewis & Stover Co.,I S. 122 Lincoln St., Spokane. We distribute Mitchell, Jordan. Briscoe Touring Cars and Jumbo Trucks. Wool Blankets Cleansed AND CARDED, MAKING THEM LOOK LIKE NEW Pillows, Mattresses Renovated, Rugt, Carpets, Curtains and Draperies. "I am your bosom friend." Crystal Laundry 8pokane, Wash. 1 And How to Feed. Mailed free to any address by the author. H. Clay Glover Co., Ine. 118 West 31st St. New York, U- 8. A. AMERICA'S PIONEER DOG REMEDIES Why Huddle Around A HEATING STOVE When an ARCWELD PIPELESS Furnace will keep every room warm In the coldest weather? Anyone can Install it, in old or new houses, only small basement needed. Know the ARC WELD. Know why it is the only warm air furnace guaranteed permanently, gnx, smoke and dust tight. Write for fold er und »pee lui summer price list. Seattle Pipelets Furnace Mfg. Company, 3469 3d Ave.. West Seattle, Wash. „ CABBAGE PLANT8 Grown from Imported Stock in the richest of rich soil. Copenhagen—Flat Dutch—Wakefield and Danish Ball Head and Cauliflower In lots of dosens or thousands. INLAND SEED ÇO. "The House of Pure Seeds" _Spokane, Wash. kRE YOU INTERESTED. IN DAIRY FARMING? If so you should settle in Stevens county. Wash. Here Is a district naturally adapted to this mode of farming. Rich, sub-irrigated soil with possibilities of raising fruit in many -We are now selling this and at great reductions. Phoenix Lumber Company Dept. W 6. Foot of Wall St. SPOKANE, WASH. T^T You ^ CAN OCT SO MUCH PLEASURE OUT OF MEAL TIME HERE The big, comfor table dining room Is Ideal for comfort and with the tasty dtehee you have s ejected, it will be a »pleasant meal time. ht r *Y * The Tray Tavern N. 110 Howard Spokane YOU BUY THE BEST WHEN YOU BUY HERE Our Cows are all government inspect ir ed. GRAHAM LIVESTOCK CO. 2616 E. Broadway, Spokane. The best place in the Inland Empira to Buy livestock, _ MODELCIFF Open All Night SPOKANE'S HIGH CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT Come and Bring the Family 710-11-12*14 SPRAGUE AVE. TREES *nd SHRUBS Fruit trees budded from bearing orch I arris. Apple. Pear, Cherry, I'each, Plum» I Prune. Apricot. Quince. Qrape Vine*. I Shrubbery. Plants. Raspberries. Black • berries. Login*. Dewberries. Anparagu*. Rhubarb. Flowering Shrubs. Rone*. Vine*. Hedge. Nut and Shade Tree». Carriage paid. Satisfaction guaranteed. WASHINGTON NURSERY OCX Toppenlah, Washington. Salesmen everywhere. More wanted.