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of ! 1 I FIFTY-SIX PASSENGERS BURNED TO DEATH UNDER STREETS OF PARIS. GAS FUMES RETARDS AID __ I an I Firemen Unable to Reach Nearer Than | 500 Feet From Inferno—Sixteen ( Bodies Recovered—23 More The Next Day. ; uel leading to the St. Lazare railway station led to terrifying scenes and the her death of many persons recently. The! wrecked cars burst into Dames and; the disaster was made all the more 1 terrible by the explosion of a gas res- j ervolr. PARIS—-A rear-end collision of two suburban trains in the half-mile tun During the night 10 bodies had been j recovered and next day 23 more. ; ant Twenty persons are known to have ! been seriously injured and 60 others ] to were slightly hurt. This, however,, gives no idea of the extent of the dis-: D - aster, because the firemen and others j engaged in the work of rescue have : been unable to get any distance with in the tunnel owing to the gas fumes. ; at Seventeen of the injured died in bos pitals, bringing the total dead to 56. 1 at The fire spread with great rapidity, in and for a time cries of distress and ! the moans of the dying were heard on all sides, 'but these finally were ; silenced, though the crackling of the blazing wooden coaches could still' be heard. I 1 * ! all Spokane*s Leading Cafes MODELCAFE Open All Night SPOKANE'S HIGH CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT .Come and Bring the Family 710*11-12-14 SPRAGUE AVE. j Stop Here Ättrn When this sign shows up in front of you, it should signal you to stop before meal time. Wo always have something you will like. The Tray Tavern Spokane N. 110 Howard. YOUR SPOKANE HOME HALIM HOTEL T H E HEADQUARTERS FOR FARMERS AND WHEAT GROWERS. JOE. PEDDICORD, Prop. _ ELECTRIC WE SELL, INSTALL AND REPAIR Farm Lighting Plants, Motors, Generators, Lamps, Washers, Etc. EDISON BATTER IES will work on any electric plant ; last 20 years. Lead plate batteries and parts for all FARM ELECTRIC PLANTS. NIXON-KIMMELL CO. S. 167 Wall St. Spokane, Wash. AngvireArt Studio Fernwell Bldg.Spokane Artistic Photographers Frames, Mouldings and Art Goods. Always tiiu best Prices very moderate. Spokane's Leading Photographer PILES Fistula, Fissure. Itching and all other rectal conditions, except Cancer, permanently cured without surgery. Mv method of treatment saves the tissue Instead of destroying it. It Is painless, requires no anesthetic and Is There Is no confinement 1th bustnss permanent. bed, no interfere nee ■lui engagement». ï or Mention write for booklet, tliis paper when writing. Gall DR. C. J. DEAN Second and Morrison Sts., Portland, Or ySm>HwY "KEEP SWEET" WITH Finest Table Honey, abaolutely pure. Write for prices and good, large sutnple, only 4o stamps for postage. Orders filled by parcel post or otherwise. _ YORK HONEY CO., 30 Main Ave., SPOKANE, WASH, _ SPOKANE CLINIC For tlie diagnosis and treatment of medical and Burglcal cases. BPOKANF. WASH. 711 WASHINGTON ST. Recent Happenings in This State Given in Brief Items for Busy Readers. . Aged Nez Perce Indian Dies. LEWISTON—Phillip McFarland, 6."», of I^pwai, a prominent Nez Perce In dian. died recently, at Enterprise, Ore.. where he went to attend an Indian wlldwest show. Miss Laird Marries. POTLATCH.—At the home of Mr. I an d Mrs. A. W. Laird Saturday oc I curred the-wedding of their younger | daughter, Miss Charlotte, to Arlie ( Delos Decker. Mrs. Nora McConnell Dies MORCOVV, Ida.—Word has been re ; reived of the sudden death of Mrs. Nora Ashton McConnell, formerly of this çity, at Cheyenne Wells, Col., while en route with her husband from their home in Texas to Boise, where her parents live, LEWISTON, Ida.—Articles of in 1 cvorporatlon of the Craig Mountain j 1-ta.ilway is Railway Company Formed company have beeu filed with the secretary of state. The j capital stock is $15,000, all subscribed, ; ant j ^ le principal place of business is ! Winchester. The company proposes ] to bllil( j 6 6 miles o[ ra u road . . D - McLennon, Mining Man, Dead, j Funeral services for D. D. McLen-, : non, former mining man of the Coeur d'Alene district and Alaska, who died ; at Salada, Col., were held at Seattle recently. He was a prominent Mason 1 at Moscow. Mr. McLennon went north in the early days of the Klondike rush ! and spent several years in. Dawson nnd Nome, ; Canning Plant Rushed. LEWISTON.—The Oregon Packing I company is in the rush of tlie apple 1 canning season at its Lewiston plant * and more than 175 persons are em ! ployed. The Jonathan c rop is about all in. Receipts of this variety were nearly 300 tons, which are being harvested, will be the heaviest of all and later will come the Winesaps and other late varieties. Rome Beauties, Boy Accidentally Shot. COEUR D'ALENE.—While hunting near Hayden lake with Fred Landers, age 17, fell and accidentally shot him self in the left thigli with a 12-gauge shotgun loaded with No. 6 shot. The charge seared the flesh badly and tore a large hole through the muscles. Enters Order in Hecla Suit WALLACE.—Acting on the applica tion of Eugene R. Day and Sarah E. Smith, plaintiffs in tlie Bunker Hill WHAT WILL BE A LARGE FARMING DISTRICT is fast taking form in our logged-off land district of Stevens county. This district is naturally adapted to dairy ing and stock raising. Sub-irrigated soil makes fruit raising possible in many parts. We .are now selling this land at a big cut in price. Phoenix Lumber Company Dept. W 8. Foot of Wall 8t. Spokane, Waah. "P-H" medicines cure Stomach disorders. Rheumatism, Kidney and Bladder trouble. Diarrhea, Coughs, and is a Wood Purifier. This medicine contains no morphine, narcotics or other harmful drugs. Our preparations are guaranteed. We Want Agent«. References required.. "P-H" MEDICINE CO. 1220 N. Wall St., Spokane, Waah. Our preparations are made of Herbs. TURN COLD rn- H 1 to gold I LATHflhfS With my Ice ircMOLB J molds you can I »«HOLD . j make aU lhp loe — ' * "ff" you want right in '.s. ' your own yard. _C'kL _U Write for informa tion and prices. WARREN LATHAM. Mnfr». Spokane. Wash. MARTIN'S BEST Flour, per bbl. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP l'er case. $6.90 »5.10 LEAN BACK BACON IVr II». 23c Send for our money-saving catalog of groceries, dry 'goods, hardware, shoes, etc. A postal brings it. JDRDAH-LAWLER CO I 130 W. Second Ave. SPOKANE. WASH. DEPT 4 K\iV\TS COST8 SYSTEMS LANE, BELL A GILL Public Accountant* Federal Tax Advlaora Empire State Bldg., Spokana, Waah. ! OK IKE UPTURN I 0 0F Boys SEC. HOOVER SAYS PERIO EASIER CREDITS IS HERE. BONDS ARE GOING UPIN VALUE their done In bers It in gain hnil. Heavier Production Noted in 'Textiles and Other Necessities—He States in Speech at Manufacturers' Banquet in New York. NEW YORK.—National industry to day is in the early springtime of re covery, having entered the period of easier credits, Secretary of Commerce Hoover told members of the American Manufacturers' Export Association at their annual dinner. This was marked, he said, by the rise in the price of bonds and the fall in federal reserve and interest rates generally, pbasi ed that he did not wis understood ns saying that the iiountry is on tlie threshold of a boom. "We have a long way to go to get back to economic stability," lie »aid. "We have yet to go through with much readjustment in price levels but we are definitely on the road.' 1 Production Increases. Citing other evidence of recovery, Mr. Hoover said there had been a very definite increase during i.he last two months in the production of tex tiles, coal, iron, steel, shoes, building materials and building construction. "There is, in the construction in dustries," he continued, "even a larg er activity than at this time a year ago. Our exports of foodstuffs have not only been increasing but they are also larger in volume than those of a year ago, and this indetkd with out any forced measures of foreign government credits." The destructive effect of violent fluctuations in foreign exchange, lie said, was the first obstruction to American foreign trade an 1 until some measure of stabilty could be secured from month to month there was little hope that the foreign trade of this or any other country would re cover to normal. "There can be no hope of stability in any of the world's exchanges," he added, "so long as inflation continues in so considerable a part of the world." [e ein to lie ï & b: on fed ter of and Hecla suit, Judge A. H. Feather stone, has issued an order for the de fendants to appear in tlie district court to show cause why an injunction should not ibe Issued to prevent the consummation of the sale of a half interest in the Star mine ntur Mul lan to tlie Hecla company. Worker Killed by Dynamite. SANDPOINT.—Martin Frank, age about 45, of Oklahoma, died Saturday shortly after being blown up by dyna mite while working on a power line construction job between Sand point and Talache, about 10 miles southeast of town. It was stated that Frank had gone to light fuses, forgetting that ha had already lighted one, ihen tlie explosion occurred. Decide» Idaho Eatate Case. The United States circuit court has ruled that Celia Diamond and Bridget McGraiil of Pittsburgh, Pa., are entitled to property of the estate of John Cor bett of Kootenai county, Idaho, ap praised at $21,356, hut held by them to be much in excess of that amount. Tlie contest for the estate lias been waged in three eases, one in tlie Idaho courts and two in the feilend courts. Rubedew Buys Lumber Fflant. Title to tlie Post Falls Lumber Co. plant at Post Falls has been acquired by the Rubedew Lumber company, which has been Operating it some time antler lease. The Rubeth-w com pany will continue to cut Idaho white pine lumber from the extensive hold ings of tlie concern near Elk River. | The plant bus an annual capacity oi 15,000,000 to 20,000,000 feet. Head» W. C. T. U. MOSCOW.—The following officers were elected at tlie closing session of the 17th annual convention of the Nortli Idaho Woman's Christian Tem pe ranee union. Mrs. Mabel I. McCreu, Sundpoint, president; Mrs. B. C. Rowe, Moscow, vice president; Mrs. Jennie Cross, Sandpoint, recording secretary; Mrs. Emma Wood, Coeur d'Alene, treas urer; Mrs. Mina B. Quillen, corre sponding secretary. The ne>t conven tion will be held at Sandpoint. 3 • Let us help you with house cleaning Roll up your rugs and express them to us. The cleaning we will give them will make them frtfsh and sanitary. Crystal Laundry CRYSTAL CLEANERS Spokane. Wash. ORCHARD SUPPLIES FRUIT LADDERS. PICKING BAGS NAIL STRIPPERS, LID PRESSES The Inland Seed Co. Spokane, Waah. DEMONSTRATE SOUND FARMING PRACTICES Excellent Work Done by Pennsyl vania Pig-Club Members. A I Boys and Girls Prove That Good Hogs Properly Fed and Cared For Do Better Than Commo With Ordinary Care. Pat*. Stock Nm . .. JÖ1 (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agr-h-ulluri'.l That boys and «iris cun demon strate the best farm practices in their respective communities is shown conclusively by reports of the work done by Pennsylvania club members In 1020. Statistics of pig-club mem bers may be taken as an example. It Is estimated by men who know somethin;; about tlie swine Industry in this state that the average daily gain of nil hogs in the state—good, hnil. and Indifferent—Is about une \\ The Ma Zeh n 1 I lo ■» k, : a.. ... > N. ï h>' <> Y » it % Ash« & m N. ,\i; b: t Cr. Pig-Club Members Exhibiting Their Prize Pigs at State Fair. Imlf pound per duy. think the club records compare with (hut? Guess before you read on. Club members In tlie pig-feeding club (producing pork) made their pigs gain 1.10 pounds, while those raising gilts to breed put 1.12 pounds per day on their pigs. That was a good dem onstration that good, pigs, properly fed and cared for, will tlo much bet ter titan common stock with ordinary How do you 1 al It pays, too, for the bettor re oare. suits can be obtained on tlie same amount of feed. Robert Webster of the Huntersville Pig-Feeding club, Lycoming county. Is the state pig-club champion as far as gain per day Is concerned, fed a purebred Poland Chinn pig which gained 2.4.3 pounds per day. That pig surely did make a hog out of himself, dltlu't he? Robert ap to Co. | oi of the TOWN HAS PUREBREDS ONLY Ohio Townahip Is 100 Per Cent on Right Sid No Grade or Scrub Sires to Be Found. The township of Juekson, in Hardin county, Ohio, is entirely free from grade and scrub sires. In notifying the United States Department of Agri culture of this fact, Prof. John W. Wulchet of the Ohio agricultural ex tension service, adds, "This Is the first townshfp which has come to our atten tion that we feel satisfied Is 100 per cent on the right side. No sire was considered purebred unless It could be proved that Us sire and dam were registered." The survey of sires included the principal classes of live stock, except poultry, and was made for advance credit by a student in tlie college of agriculture. The survey showed that the township Included 165 farms, on which were 21 purebred boars, purebred nuns, 0 purebred beef bulls, 3 purebred dulry bulls, and 2 purebred stallions. No grade or scrub sires of any kind were found in the township. •v, SPRAY FOR ALFALFA WEEVIL Increased Production of One-Half Ton • to Acre Secured by Application of Arsenate. The county agent leader in Utah reporting to tlie United States Depart ment of Agrleultiire says tlie »pray de veloped by tlie nlliee of cereal nnd for age insect Investigations, bureau of en tomology, In the department has in creased the production of tlie sprayet over Ute un.sprayed alfalfa fields by nil average of one-half ton to tlie acre. This spray is made of two to two anil one-half pounds of lend arsenate or calcium arsenate to 100 gallons of wa ter. It is applied ln'a tine mist with a power sprayer at tlie rate of 80 to 100 gallons to tlie acre. The state leader says 351 furms were Included in tlie demonstration, which covered 10,Hi acres. It Is estimated tlie saving ef feeteil by tills form of alfalfa control amounted to $00,067. : ; CRITICAL PERIOD FOR PIGS Will Make Market Hogs Only When Weaned With out Checking Growth. Young Animals Pigs at eight or ten weeks of age are Just at the most critical period of their lives. As n rule they will make profitable market bogs only when they wenned without checking their growth. With some kind of green for age crops and self-feeders where they can eat com. wheat middlings and tnnknge they will go through the weaning period and scarcely miss the milk they are getting from the sow when site is removed. nre BUSINESS DIRECTORY Mention your hqqiç paper when |answerlng x itjese ^advert! semen ta. INFORMATION DEPARTMENT 1 'K. , A Ilaiulv Spokant* Business anu ease« Old El H. Mil. for Co.. Professional Directory. AUCtToNEER—LIVE STOCK Knkliait Auction t\>.. N71I Monroe. AUTO TOP REPAIRING Co. 610W 2d. Pho.Hiv.446. Pat*. Auto Toj BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE hwost Storago Battery, 1106 \V. 1st. Nm 2d and Cedar. Umpire Electric Servlet*. CORRECT GLASSES . .. H'MNDR.H'kS. f.07 Hiv. Av. M 637. HOGS, VEAL AND POULTRY BUYERS JÖ1 1 N UK W IS MAH K »'.VI'S. Si T >K A N K FLOOR AND WALL TILE WM1MRK TlrâS tV MANTEL <. Spokane FLORISTS large yum- floral aius \\ rite, phone or wire ;ctte's Flower Shop, 20 Wall street. FURNACES \Y. V. Keeler, 120» Klral. HAY AND GRAIN DEALERS fïfi'NTKAj; HAY & GRAIN CO.. Spokane. HOTELS H iiuly to Imsineas center. Stllinnn Hotel, :ird and Monroe. Spokane. ICE MACHINES _ The FRICK ICK M At 'IHN K. Cooper Ice Ma- bine * Plumbing Co.. 1104 N. Monroe. Harri s Ice Mc h. H. n. Miller Co.. Spokane. .Armstrong Machinery Co.. Spokane, VVir LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY BOUGHT Zeh jfr Thompson. Max. 72». 1010 Br idge . PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS_ n r.r Weal fall. »12 l'aulson Bldg. RUBBER STAMPS AND SEALS 1 VCIKIC STAMP WORKS. 61« Sprague. SHEET METAL WORKERS Metal W'ks, » Riverside. STEAMSHIP TICKETS Steamship Office. 210 Hyde Bldg. STEAM.TURK.—SOAP LAKE Neville's for rheumatism. » 1 » W . Sprague. VETERINARY B. JOHNSON. Union Slock Yards. _WANTED TO BUY—POULTRY I NI.AN.Û' Poultry House. Till N. Monroe. WINDSHIELDS, VISORS—CUT GLASS , W27 Riverside more incut lo F. I ' OH, Til FOR easy Co.. Acto Wheeler Sheet Ash« BATHS and m pokutie Cut Glass C AUTO TOPS AND BODIES^ Inland Auto Top Factory, S. 211 Monroe Recovering, upholstering, repairing. N. Reeller, Automobile Trimmer A Mfgr. ,\i; repairing In my line. 120» 3i1 Ave. MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINERY^ speciaUyT Oversize Parts made for all cars. St. Cylinder Grinding Pistons fitted. Cr. scent Machine Works. »15 N. Monroe. TRACTOR and AUTO CYLINDERS re ground, Pistons fitted like now. CKN WKS.. 930 N. Howard. TRAL MACHIN _ union IRON works, Spokane. Wash. Kuntjjs, Kip»-, Boilers, Engines, etc. Western Mach'y & Eqpt. Co. Machines S5 Stevens St. M. 553». _ y kind Is done by i.ile or rent. .Machine work of _ Works, Sp okane._ MOTORCYCLES. BICYCLES, REPAI R'G FALLS CITY'cYOLB <50.. BIS BERNARD Harley Motorcycle«, Supplies, Repairing — ~~ MONUMENTS •m iflc lr 1 SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO. 1 «ending dealers in all Mastern and Foreign Granite and Mar ble Monuments. Designs and Price» by Mall. Isarge Stock. 808 W. Trent Ave. t C or. Post. Best stock of Granite and Marble Monu ments. Lowest prices. Inland Monument al Co., N. 10O1 Monroe. Spokane. Wash. Spokane Manufacturers of Finest Granite Monuments & Cut Stone of all kinds. Qual ity and Prices to please. Su perior Personal Service, our prices. Art Memorial Co., BU$g. _ PLATING. AND STOVE REPAIRS^ çrirrTE^WEîr^ituBrN^TuôTTît. Plating, reUnnlng milk cans, gtova rapad ra STORAGE AND TRANSFER. Storage, Transfer, Country* Hauling. SEÈ HORN STORAGE & TFR. CO- S161 Line. Uct NEW TODAY of ^BthLDINQJJATERIAL»_ akItStiU IRON WORKÊL KpokanS; t Vaah. Fe nces. Flre- escapea. _ FARM AND' LOGG iNU>4ARNÈ8é^ LmVESrMICET^RlTrFOrCA^ log today. Fierce Harness Co.. Spokane. FISH AND OYSTEftS^_ ;KiT : K!?RKÏ?nSALMtH?7 STANDARD OYSTERS, $3.00 per Gallon F.O.B Spokane. All Orders O.O.D. Geo. Pritchard^ Producers Mkt, Spokana GOITRE REMOVED WITHOUTKNIFE. MTuîSF'oir'iïÊsmyi^^ Moyer, 307 Nichols Block. Spo kane. HELP WANTED—GENERAL R K AL^CHANtÎET'OR^YÔÜ^Îi^CL^KS with executive ability to advance to positions higher up. New business man agement course paves the way. Gives you just the information you must have In order to succeed. Cost accouhting, ud vertislng letters, sales management, com mercial law. etc. You study at home. No loss of time from your present work. Circular and full information on request. Address J. A. Macdonald. Dist. Supt. In ternational Correspondence Schools, Kuhn Bldg . Spokane, Wash. WIRELESS 326 W«» now carry a complete stock of iiulcss supplies. Write for partlcu-j Pacific Telegraph Institute, Spo- | kune. Wash. la [»EARN TELEGRAPHY at the largest TELEGRAPH SCHOOL in the north-; «vest. PACIFIC TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE, ; Spokane, Wash. HOTELS nil or a WHITE'S HOTEL, AND RESTAURANT; rooms 75c amt up ; hot and cold water in rooms; $4 and up by tlie week; good restaurant In connection. Comer of Stevens ami Sprague, Spok ane. Wash . .1 kSBaxs ai<' 5 Kb oak fin iSH[N<j, one roll film developed Prpp with each copy of this ad 1 1 BARCLAY, 207 Temple Court. Spokai.e MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE HUCKLEBERRIES Large, fresh and delicious. Sent to you , l>\ Parcel Post. 5-Lb. box $1.00; 10-lb. Ik»x $1.90. O. O. D. add 10c. Herman I Jew its, Vega, Waah. - •< »MPLETE LALLV LIGHT PLANT. Î 1000-watt generator. 115 ampere hour Willard storage battery: complete for $350 f. o. b. Butte. Mont. With a Lully light plant you can have electric lights, running water, and all kinds of ; contrivances for house and farm. Full installation instructions with each plant. You can put it in yourself. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO., 28 » E. Bdwy, Butte. Montana rei : ; Keen Vision Brings Success To the Eyes of Youth If u child has headache, inflamed eyes, symptoms of eye strain or is inattentive or »low in school work, the cause can be traced to tlie fact that it is usually their uyes that need attention. Give y other child to get ahead. Have their eyes examined to determine if defects exist. If glasses are needed attention should be given at once. »! 44 ,-en chance with the child an age of for and the the sow The Standard Optical Co. 717 Riverside Ave.. Spokane. Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted. Write for Appointment. 1 'K. SPECIALIST. All acute and chronic die ease« ELECTRIC cabinet, diet, exercise. private «yin.; graduate nurse. Bloodless, painless tonsil absorption; latest method. Old National Bank Bldg. Main 4.184. PIPÉLE88 FURNACES El N 1> OUT ABOUT TH E LIFfSHAV ER. H. A. Stelnke Furnace Co.. 1803 Division. POULTRY AND POULTRY SUPPLIES Mil. koCac con den skT>~ uüt'tSh^ MILK is pure creamery buttermilk con densed to a thick paste. The ideal food for laying hens and baby chix. Write for circular and price. Commercial Creamery Co.. Spokane. Wash REAL ESTATE AND FARM LANDS" DIVERSIFIED KAUM Knit SA 1 .K— DEKR Valley, Monta ok through place; 450 125 I<odg large < ; 1,200 anrw. cul irrlgated. 125 acres can be irrigated; farming itnple 125 tons hay. horses, chickens, vs with calves. Full particulars, lïox fal. Ctarrlson. Mom. ivated acres more incut I ' Til FOR ALIO—By r. 320 a., Malhem el. creek, land joining lo be $3,300. terms. Mrs. Bernice __7. !.. St., Taco ma, Wash. CENTRAL BRITISH COLUMBIA Cheap land, good climate, markets and schools; adapted to mixed farming and ranching. Price six to fifteen dollars; easy terms. Full particulars. RATTEN BURY LANDS, LTD. Vancouver. B. O 717 Metropolitan Bldg. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Co.. Ore.; 1 homestead Acto 3591 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SANI PRACTIC The only school i druffles.* systems are taught Write U. S. where ALL a ßanl for particulars. Pine and Broadway. prnctic basis. Sanlpractlc Bldg.. Seattle. Wash. WANTED LIVE POULTRY WANTED Ship your live poultry, dross*»«! veal and hogs. COMMERCIAL CREAMERY COMPANY Spokane. Wash. ^^WELDING-ACETYLENE \v>H4pîSrÎATdZK in noiNTTrr^uiaFrf; Welding Works. H08 W. 2d. Moder WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT AN^NEEDLECRAFT Tniy^îfitiÏÏBdo'TTUAlPfTfoîC^ wear, stamped and fancy goods. 3rd floor Norfolk bldg.. 816% Riverside._ 82$ Riverside Ave., SPOKANE of-V . KUTE KLOES FOR KIDDIES ■ Wenua'i Silk Lingerie _ T EA C H ERS^AG E NCRES__ dVachers^for^IL^^Kr^Sclenctr^eedetL^fl licrl Teachers' Agency, 202 Payto n bldg. HEMSTITCHING 10c A YARD ecJal attention to mail remailed same day re bet us remodel your hat. We Five si) orders. Work reived. SAMPSON FEATHER WORKS Kuhn, Building, Spokane, Wash. of & ra rtEÀTH ER WORK A MADAME MAJER Hyde Building. All styles pleating, but tons. braiding, hem stitching, etc. MATERNtTY HOME DR. MARY SWARTZ, GRADUATE MIDWIFE, TRAINED In Europe. Modern equipment, good home, before and after confinement, 401-403 Llndelle Block. Spokane. We Are the Only to you In ud In French in the City of Spokane in the French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Business, and we know how and are equipped to do it right. The Paris Cleaners Spokana 1514 E. Spragua Ava. For Expert Dry Cleaning Send Your Fine Garment, to the French Cleaners and Dyers, Inc. We Pay Postage on Mail Orders. Third and Washington,Spokanol 326 Good Used Cars of | Good Used Parts ; New and Used Gears for 150 Makes of Cars The Automobile Clearing House W. 1212-14 Second Aye., Spokane good of . you , Î hour for a of ; and with y And How to Feed. Mailed free to any address by the author, H. Clay Glover Co., Inc. 118 West 31st St. New York, U S. A. AMERICA'S PIONEER DOG REMEDIES or be If J V v the TREES ™ SHRUBS Fruit trocs budded from bearing orch . arda. Apple. Pear. Cherry, Peach, Pluir, .Prune. Apricot, Quince, Grape Vine«, I Shrubbery, Plante, Raspberries. BiscL - ■ berries. Logans. Dewberries. Asparagus. Rhubarb. Flowering Shrubs, Rosen. Tine«. Hedge, Nut and Shade Tree*. Carriage paid. Satisfaction guaranteed WASHINGTON NURSERY CO. Toppulah. Washington. Salesmen everywhere. More wanted.