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each the ed last be that HAVE A BIG STRIKE THEY WILL SEEK NEW CUT IN WORKERS' WAGES. ROADS SAY he BOSSES OBJECT TO DELAY Be Passed On to the Lower Rates, Is Promise of the Matters—Servants Fight Hard. Reduction Will bay a at the Public in of industrial (ÎHICAGO. —The gap difficulties roads and their employes was widen ed Monday when the roads announced that they will seek a new reduction in employes' wages and then flatly re jected a request from the unions that the matter be postponed temporarily. At the san-e time the roads announc ed that while future wage reductions will result in lower freight and passen ger rates, to change the present rates without further wage cuts would throw them into bankruptcy. The position of the freight rates can not be cut unless between the nation's rail on roads that let These Finns Serve You: Special Dress Sale October 15 to 22nd. $ 14 « fz:. Values up to $25 and $35 Canton Crepes. Crepe de Chines, Serge. Tricotines. Jerseys, Satins, in all the newest models and wanted shades. We include a lot of $19." Sample Dresses re recently bought at whicl A Big Discount All Sizes. 16 to 44 If you bring this ad with you we will allow you 60c for it on the pur chase of any dross in either of above special lots. Only one ad. to each dress. Emmerson-Mann Co., Old Nat'l Bank Bldg. ISpokane, Wash. For Export Dry Cleaning Sand Your Flna Garments to the French Cleaners and Dyers, Inc. We Pay Postage on Mail Orders. Third and Waahington,Spokane! WE ONLY KNOW THE RADIATOR BUSINESS So that i9 why we specialize in radi ator work. Our stock of core* for any radiator made assures the man or firm sending a radiator here that his work will not be delayed. Hipperson Radiator Shop Spokane, Wash. Our service wagon will pick up your radiator as soon as it reaches the Spokane depot. Fall Showing of SUITS and OVERCOATS Now Complete. Special Value« $ 25.00 L£l IF YOUR BUILDING TROUBLES Ask Lanahan Building Materials—Roofing Cold Storage Insulation H. G. Lanaha n & Co., SPOKANE, WASH. Main 1171 318 No. Division A COMPLETE LINE OF MEN'S APPAREIL —and we mean Just this. We carry a large line of men's suits and coats and all other furnishings Our stock Is made up of the best merchi can buy. from hats to sho dise w 'I Washington and Riverside. « pokane. BULBS DIRECT IMPORTATION OF HOLLAND BULBS A*k for Catalog. Inland Seed Co. Spokane. Welti. Complete House Furnishers And Dealers In Everything Will Buy Anything You Have To Sell And Pay Cash Corner Main and Division Streets Spokane i Phone Main 319ft further reduced was made wages are known following a meeting of the As sociation of Railway Executives called to consider possible rate reductions At this meeting a request from the unions that committees of five from each side confer was accepted, the conference held union leaders ask ed reconsideration of their request of last July that a 12% per cent wage reduction granted bv the labor board be not put into effect immediately ; that no further wage reductions be At sought at present, and that no change he made iu the overtime pay This request was refused by regional conferences of the roads at that time. rale. WALKS ON THE WATERS A remarkable feat was accom plished recently on San Francisco bay when its waters were trod for a distance of something like four miles by a man equipped with ap paratus for the purpose. A. N. Sheldon, 52 years of age, a farmer living near Ventura, walked across the waters from San Fran cisco to a point near Alameda, on the eastern shore of the bay. Sheldon dropped Into the water at one of the .piers of the San Fran cisco waterfront at 8:45 o'clock in the morning, with two water skis se curely fastened to his feet. The skis arranged to run back and forth a light wooden frame, o'clock in the afternoon Sheldon com pleted his journey across the bay. were At 3:45 on Sentiment vs. SENTIMENT—that is the real feel ing today back of the people of Spo kane and the Inland Empire that prompts them to want a test oil well drilled in Spokane, and it's a laudable purpose, BUT SOUND REASON says—YES; we want a real test hole for Spokane, BUT we also want an Investment as well; assurance that we will win, coupled with our desire to have Spo kane get an oil well if possible. EVERY ONE KNOWS THAT THERE IS SAFETY IN THE LAW OF AVERAGES and that is the rea why ALADIN OIL STOCK IS will you to IS IN son BEST FROM EVERY STANDPOINT. STUDY THESE POINTS—then act. OUR SPOKANE DERRICK (96 feet high), now fully built, is the largest In the field OUR SOKANE EQUIPMENT is the best and most competent In the field. OUR SPOKANE CONTRACT calls for 4000 feet unless oil or gas shall have been found in commercial quan tities before that depth is reached. THE ALADIN COMPANY holds 10 individual drilling sites in S. E. Blvd. district alone and a number of other drilling sites in the close vicinity of Spokane. NO OTHER SPOKANE COMPANY is equipped to duplicate this program. NO OTHER SPOKANE COMPANY IS IN A FINANCIAL POSITION TO DUPLICATE THIS PROGRAM EVEN IF THEY WISHED TO, and we assert that no shallow test well here is a fair test to YOUR INTERESTS, for It were to stop with a shallow test that might fail to reach the hoped-for production because It was too shal low, people would forever after say— Spokane has no oil drilled here and failed, want a real (oat hole and when y money into stock you hole—and then besides that you are entitled to win something back for that investment. There fore. it is to YOUR INTEREST, your personal pport the company that can really „ that they are capable of furnishing that REAL TEST. AGAIN WE SAY THERE IS SAFE1Y IN THE LAW OF AVERAGES. AND THAT THE ALADIN COMPANY NOT ONLY IS ASSURING YOU OF THE DEEP TEST WELL YOU WANT FOR SPOKANE, BUT, the ALADIN COMPANY IS PROTECTING YOUR INVESTMENT—BECAUSE—WHEN YOU BUY ALADIN STOCK YOU ARE AU TOMATICALLY SHARING IN ALL THAT COMPANY'S PROPERTIES; as well ns all of ils PLANS FOR BUILDING A REAL OIL COMPANY. WHEN YOU BUY ALADIN STOCK, you part owner In 3000 or res five well-known These properties have Geologist s as Charles thi of all of I it we gas, for a hole No, my reader, you put your entitled to that test interest, to show you you at once become that the company owns structures in Wyoming, been passed on by such Henley, Lupton, Harnsberger, Stewart and Hoi Each and every one of these people are perts of the country. We have the various structures man. th© big oil their written opinion this company controls, which opinions will be gludlv shown to interested people. WHEN YOU BUY ALADIN enter into partnership i Washington holdings, ns well as holdings. And we say to you that these hold » important factors to every stockholder, •o another part of the saying. "THERE IN THE LAW OF AVERAGES," holdings either actually join well being drilled for oil i Several wells STOCK y i all of our Wyoming at mgs They is Safety for the close to eve . entire Inland Empire, he n a 1 e the «in now of thorn and adjoining proport y niakos uddi any interoMt. limed value for y WHEN YOU BUY ALADIN STOCK } o become a partner with the isod their experience, energy ami money ,s the ALADIN OIL who at have to make mich n company A REFINERY COMPANY possible, for the t'M4 of thin undertaking whs actually worked out bofore the Aladin Company was formed. FOR MANY MONTHS, HOVER BROTHERS eled night and day over the prairie« They have «pont large amounts— rn pocket« for the lands —they paid for the test have t of Northeastern Wyoming, their they paid this Conv wells to holder's money was invested. In other words, they proved what could bo done with the In vestment of additional money—they foresaw of this splendid body of land they •»pilred ; foresaw the chance to go out rn personal money i from tlieir >uny now lias >e sunk before a dollar of stock the fut had into that vast country formed by Northeastern Wyoming, Southeastern Montana und Western .'here our lands are located, South Dakota, and thero bring in woll after well, not with the idea of selling the production as soon as crude found; BUT with the purpose of build ing pip«' lines and retineri« Fourche, South Dakotu, and oven ing suitable r:it«*s roads that will make it possible to send oil from their Burlingt kune for the purpose of refining it here. They then took up the Spokane end of the drilling for a test bole here. For what purpose, y unkt .Tust to find a well here! No, my reader; Hover Brothers are Spokane men; they have lived here for many years ; their hearts Spokane's future. Wyoming «iterations have with the Spokane operations, and the very class of equipment they have installed here to test the Spokane field (better than any other rig in the Spokane field) should prove to every that they mean businoss. HOVER BROTH F.KS are oil men: they hnve made a success in oil—OAT CREEK, MONTANA, wilt testify to this fact. There are do*ens of people in Spo kane that own stock in the Hover-Schwart* Co., the Hover Consolidated Royalties, and the gr new ARRO REFINERY of Lewistown, M tana, all of them paying dividends. No failures mark the path these men have trod, and the ALADIN COMPANY are pledged to the success of this company ; and with your reasonable support they will give «il to and at Bello »re seek crude oil from the rail >st southern property over the anil Northern Puri fir Hoads to Spo in fact that their m consolidated The vo ♦««( nn i exception. They is PRESIDENTS MESSENGER :£0 S- X ; - > '■<fÿ if: ■; 's - ■ Chief Quartermaster Henry Kubec holding the pigeon which conveyed President Harding's message from the Mayflower out at sea to the executive office. During 1920 and up to date of thla year the pigeon has flown a dis tance of 2,170 miles. The flight from the Mayflower wus made in record time. good why do you aelt any vs. Judgment 'til test well in Spokane and at the same time they will give you such an iuvestment as will make your money work for y< Don't forget THERK IS SAFETY you our future. IN THE LAW OF AVERAGES and that the ALADIN COMPANY has done everything in its power to make your money with them serve the double purpose of u test well in Spokane and vostinent as well. What more cun you ask? EVERY MAN KNOWS that there is more money to be made in oil than in any other one thing that is left of the world's natural re sources. It is merely a questi how and where to make such THE ALADIN COMPANY SERIOUSLY ASKS YOU TO CONSIDER THE POINTS PRESENTED HERE. AS WE SEE IT THE MATTER OF "SENTIMENT" DOES NOT ENTER INTO THE ARGUMENT AT ALL. YOU WANT TÖ INVEST AND AT THE SAME TIME TO BE AH REASONABLY SURE OF SUCCESS AS YOU CAN. THAT IS W1IY WE HAVE PRESENTED THIS MATTER TO YOU. WE BELIEVE YOU CAN THINK FOR YOURSELF AND ONLY NEED THE PLAIN. UNVARNISHED FACTS IN ORDER TO DECIDE. in of knowing investment. A MAN ASKED US THE OTHER DAY if thi « company i of its stock? Please let us ask you the same question we did this question. with his money hOW big a company do you can build? We need t pipe-lmes, retineriftB. additional wells, lot« of things. They all cost money. We, the HOVER BROTH ERS, have already put up our money, and lots of it, to prove this. crude oil production. Rut consider that point for a minute. Take CAT CREEK, MON TANA, as an object lesson. . One year ago Cat soiling for $3.00 per barrel. The ed the only pipe-line into that In unswer to his don't let the little follow help If suppose be sure we con sell ! I Creek oil company that field tried to get the Hover Bros, to tie up their oil output to the pipe-line compauy contract; they refused to do so; but f the other independent companies and few months the price to those of $1.00 and even less per barrel. There no excuse for this extreme cut in price ; arbitrary price, but shows the The Aladin Cora of the big companies. In is now out of the too small to actually pay the obligations he had to meet. BUT—the Hover Brothers are still on the map and the great ARRO REFINERY of Lewistown, Montana, is today taking the oil from the Hov controlled wells at a price that makes the stock holders satisfied, and making it possible for the Hover Companies to realize a price for their crude oil far above what is being received by other independent producing companies of the Cat Creek field. But all this took money ; and the building of just such a future for our Wash ington and Wyoming holdings of the Aladin Company will take money. In doing this we are just like the big railroads ; like the çreat Ford plant, and every other line of business that grows to great proportions. We want and welcome the little investor, inonoy. Both have amount of money they invest We say again that oil is the greatest investment open for today and the person that says to the ■ : lots little operators did do so. In pipe line company dictated fell merely power of the big company, pany plans to be most cases the little fello running, for the price paid him it w the man with equal show for the any contrary is simply shaking without knowing bject his B u i I d i g a Trade Mark. As puss through the country y what has been done toward building a name for th« Standard Oil Trude Mark - the sign that i e a d s R K D (' K O W N GAS OLINE, placed in front of ho many g stations. Study that Trade Mark, thon study the Trade Mark of tlie Aladin Uompuny. As time goes by we believe that every Aladin stockholder will be able to s«*e his Trade Mark tilling stations of the country. For the Aladin Company hopes and hoii fining its AND GASOLINE right here in Spokane in the not distant future. And wo believe that the Trade Mark of this Company will be known over many states in a short time. Are you going to own an interest in this ideal Trade Mark? It is worth real money to the Aladin Company and its stockholders. AI.ADIN DRILLING RIGS: At the time of the writing of this articlo the Aludin Coin puny is oimruting tivo drilling rigs on ns mauy different locations. The Company owns these rigs; the Company owns several motor trucks, cars, drilling euipment, etc., and they paid for. THE PROPERTIES OF THE COMPANY are all held under perpetual lenses in the regu lar form, and the percentage of the oil and gas • the nverage of nil the lands owned by the Company and in which the stock holders will share is a trifle under 90 per cent of the gross. In other words, we believe that there is no other company in the country hold ing ns many desirable leases us does the Aladin Company. At least not among the so-called independent companies, cent of Royalty has been held out of any single Aladin property by any officer, stockholder member of the Compuny. WHEN YOU BUY ALADIN AND REFIN 1 NO COMPANY STOCK YOU ARE BUYING INSURANCE. WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS TO COMPARE US WITH THE OTHERS. IE IT'S A HOVER COMPANY IT'S SIMPLY GOT TO BE RIGHT. The point of all of which is that no one has ever been able, even with logical arguments, to change "sentiment" ; but just the same have told you the truth ai.d bo you must sue reed or fail by your own acts and decisions We hope you will be one of the lucky ones to join us. o OIL f i I I i many of the e ttmt it will bo in.. MAGIC Oil. crude oil out all each lease, fr Not one single per the oil to in to Co., the and give the in COUPON—CLIP AND MAIL ALADIN OIL AND REF. CO.. 608 llyde Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. I herewith inclose I*. O. Money Order, chock or draft as part shares. Send certificate in y for $ ... all—payment for ♦««( nn Name . Address OFFICES : 5I3 Main Ave. and 42ft Sprague Ave NOTED PERSONS DIE BERLIN.—Farmer King Ludwig of Bavaria. LOS ANGELES. Harry C Outfield. 71. veteran actor. CINCINNATI—Or. Gotthard Deutsch noted Jewish divine. ROCKVILLE, Conn.—K Stevens Henry, member of congress. PHILADELPHIA.—Or. Charles J. Hexamer, a prominent citizen. BETHLEHEM, Pa.—Charles Havi laud Meekel, noted philatelist. LIVINGSTON, Mont.—Herman J. Wolcott, Park county business man. HAVANA.—Jean Baptiste Marinac ce-Cavalace, French minister to Cuba. SALEM, Ore.—Juts ice Heury L. Benson, 67, of the Oregon supreme court. ST. LOUIS—The Rev. F. Fidelis, Passiouist minister and Civil war vet eran. MINNEAPOLIS— Emery Mapes, 68, president of the Cream of Wheat com pany. OAKLAND, Cal.—Robert Tyson, 53, president of the Bethlehem Shipbuild ing company, ST. LOUIS.—William C. Marshall, 72, former judge of the Missouri su preme court. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.— F. W. Cap pelen, 63, for many years city engi neer for Minneapolis. MUSKOGEE, Okla.— F. M. Bates, 73. for 14 years sergeant at arms iu the United States senate. MINNEAPOLIS—A. Blanchard, 60, identified with the flour and grain in dustries in Minnesota for 40 years. TORONTO, Ont.— Joseph Winthrop Spencer, noted geologist, former pro fessor at the University of Missouri. BURLINGAME, Kan. Philetus Beverly, a Methodist minister and said to be the oldest man In Kan sas—104 years. BERKELEY, Cal—Captain William Daniels, 60, said to have commanded Ute first boat to reach Nome in the gold rush of 1900. MINNEAPOUS.—C'ltarles McElroy, 70, who until a few years ago had been engaged in the newspaper busi ness at Ottumwa, IOW a. MINNEAPOLIS— Irving Todd. 80, editor of the Hastings, Minn., Gazette, and for more than 50 years a news paper publisher in Minnesota. NEW YORK.—Henry Steiner Cle ment, 80, lieutenant colonel of volun teers during the Civil war and aide to Generals Sherman and Rosecrans. A K t The Rev. if up ; In the by the we and John C. LEWISTOWN, Mont. ■ Hauck, a widely known Montana pio He was 77 years old. Mr. neer. Hauck went to Fort Benton from St. Ivouis in 1867. PHILADELPHIA—Davis Page, wide ly known lawyer. Mr. Page was grad uated from Yale in 1859. He trained and stroked the first Yale crew to defeat Harvard. CLEVELAND, Ohio.—Donley Hobart one of the founders and lifelong sup porters of the national prohibition party. He would have beeu 100 years old in two months. OGDEN, Utah.—Amelia Heath, 79, widow of the late Nathan Heath and the last of the six women who were said to be the first women jurors to serve in the United States. the RAILROAD STRIKE WILL CHIPPLE MEAT PACKERS Plants Would All Be Forced to Close Inside of Three Weeks. CHICAGO.—A railroad strike would have little effect on the average large industry of the middle west, but would result in closing down all of the pack ing plants within three weeks and un doubtedly would force many small factories to close, representatives of some of the chief industries of this region say. R. R. Fares Cut for Veterans. OMAHA.—Th« Union Pacific sys tem announces a rate of 1 cent a mile for coach anil sleeping car traf fic delegates to the American legion convention at Kansas City from all points on its and Omaha and Kansas City, convention will be held October 30 and November 1 and 2. lines between Seattle The ! Tremblor in Pacific Ocean. CHICAGO.—Barth tremors of mod-1 erste intensity, but continuing ] hours, were recorded on the seismo ! graph at the United States govern j ment weather bureau Saturday. The center of the disturbance was 2,865 miles southwest of Chicago, prob ably in til« Pacific ocetui War Vet, 100. Has Birthday. LEAVENWORTH. Kan Uoar, Mexican war veteran, célébrât- 1 ed his 100th birthday here recently. He was born October 14, 1821, Near Culpepper Courthouse. Va. Nathan Cuts Sugar 20 Cents. SAN FRANCISCO.—-A 20 cent re duction in the price of cane sugar, bringing the price down to $5.70 a hundred pounds is announced. Churchmen to Pray November 11. NEW YORK.—November 11, Arm istice day, will be observed by special service« lu all the Episcopal churches of the world BUSINESS DIRECTORY when »n*worin« these lartver.tlsemonta. M.qtton your hqpyp paper when price INFORMATION DEPARTMENT and .inti A llaudy Spokane Business and Professional Directory. AUCTIONEER—LIVE 6TOCK K rkhart Auction Co., N 7 1 J Monro; AUTO TOP REPAIRING tui P;L\ AlltO Top I'o. UlOW 2.1. Pho.Rtv.44t>. ' BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE 1 no# w. i»t d Cedar. : Northwest Storage Hatten Krnpire Kleetrio Servu-e. ; CORRECT GLASSES HR. IIMNDR1PKS. r-07 Rtv. Av. M. #2. HOGS, VEAL AND POULTRY BUYERS JOHN IJ'iWIS MAItkH'I'S, SPOKANK. FLOOR AND WALL TILE iSMIRKK TIl'.K Ä MANTHl. ill., Spokane FLORISTS d I ! ttUt8 for Hillman Co.. your floral -Tower Shop, 20 Wall street. HAY AND GRAIN DEALERS t'KXTltAL HAY & GRAIN CO . Spokane. HOTELS rlr Write, phono or hhutfiiie's 1 t to business center. Handy Hotel, 3rd and Monroe. Spokane. ICE MACHINES ' _ The KR1CK ICK MACHINE. Cooper Ice Machine * Plumbing Co.. 1104 N. Monroe. Harris lee Mein H. G Miller Co.. Spokane Armai rong Muvlum-ry Co.. Spokane, W n. LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY BOUGHT y.et, * Thompson. Max. 739. 1616 Bridjge. PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS_ L. U W.aUfaU, 913 Paulsen Bldg. RUBBER STAMPS AND SEALS _ PxciKic STAMP W^llKS. 51« Sprague. SHEET METAL WORKERS Wheeler Sheet Metal W'k*. 9 Riverside. _ STEAMSHIP TICKETS Aasoc. Steamehip Office. 210 Hyde Bldg. STEAM-TURK.—SOAP LAKE Neville's for rheumatism. 319 W. Sprague. . veterinary UK 14 . JOHNSON, Union Stock Varda. __ WANTED TO BUY—POULTRY lM. vNb Poultry J louse. 713 N. Monroe. WINDSHIELDS, VISORS—CUT GLASS Spokane Gut Ulna» Co.. WJ37 Riverside - st. Rec overing, UTmtMert ng. repairi ng. N. Reeder, Automobile Trimmer & Mfgr. All repairing in my line. .1206 3d Ave. MACHINE SHOPS aNDMACHINERY^ Pistons fitted. Parts made for all cars. Crescent Machine Works. 815 N^Monroe. TRACTÖff and ÀÙTO CYLINDERS re ground, Platons fitted like new. CBN TRAb MACHINE WK8., 9 30 N. Howard. UNION IRON WORKS, Spokane. Wash. Pumps, Pipe, Bollere, Engines, etc. _ Western Mach'y &. Eqpt. Co.- Machines sale or rent. S5 Stevens St. M. 5539._ Machine work of any kind Is done by Pacific Iron Works, S pokane._ MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES, REPAIR'D FAiiiiä cl¥TfcroL,ià"üÔ.. i«s bkhnaiTd Harley Motorcycle«, Supplies. Repairing MONUMENTS and Box easy BATHS and SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO. 1 .ending dealers in all Eastern and Foreign Graulte and Mar ble Monuments, by Mall. _ 808 W. Trent Av,„ Cor, Post. Best stock of Granite «Tiff Marble Menu tténts. Lowest prloea. Inland MoûtHfieiIt«' >1 Co., N, 1001 Monroe, Spokane, Wash. Manufacturers Designs and I^arge Stock. Prie of Spokane Finest Granite Monuments A Cut Stone of all kinds. Qual ity and Prices to please. Su perior Personal Service. Get our prices. Art Memorial Co., 210 Hyde B ldg,_ PLATING AND STOVE REPAIRS VVRITEin'MYifi]if'~ii£ RUBE?lSr^iOÔ9^ïst. Plating, re tinning m ilk ca n s, stove repairs STORAOEAND TRANSFER. Storage^ Truhsf er, Country TïaufingT SIÏÊ HORN STORAGE & TFR. CO.. S161 Line. NEW TODAY to BATTERIES CHARGED AT HOME. BÎffTERŒS^^CHARGED^Tn lB^oPTSb minutes. Use Why-Sol Battery solu tion. saves time, money; prolongs life of battery; will not freeze, sulphate, burn or explode; overheat and evapor ates very slowly. Reliable dealers wanted everywhere. Literature on request. Spo kane Why-Sol Co., N. 909 Howard, Spo kane. BUILDING MATERIALS AjæiTse^RON^es^r^çskïs: Wash. Fences. Fire-escape*. BUSINESS OPPORTUN4TI ES I HAVE HUN THE MOORE IX)DGING House for ten years with success. It is the only medium priced house in this town, on one of the main streets only 3 blks. from N. P. depot, contains 41 rooms; ground 120x120, and fronts on two streets. Full basement. Price for all $15,000. Terms. L. E DODD, House 315 Vi'. Third St. Ellensburg. Wash. FOR CASH SALK OR KXCHANGK FOR income property near Spokane—22-rm. hotel (building and furnishings), l'ri. st ltiver, Idaho. Clear. W. P. Rapp, Bay view, Idaho. at of FARM LEASE FOR SALE With 630 acres clean sunimerfallow, 500 sks seed wht, 35 tons hay, 33 horses. 4 cows. 20 pi«:s; complete farming out fit. from harrow to threshing machine; $10.000, half cash; security for balance. This is a choice place. Good brick hotel to trade for land. H M. MOFFATT, Winona, Wash. FARM AND LOGGINU HARNES8 rAnrKST^FRÏCKsr^VRÎTETxjiWJATA^ log to day. Pierre Harness Co.. Spo kane. FISH AND OYSTERS a all 30 KII'PBRKD SALMON. $1.85 per 10 lbs. STANDARD OYSTERS, $3.00 per Gallon K.O.B Spokane. All Orders C.O.D. Geo Pritchard, Producers Mkt, Spokan« GOITRE REMO\^D^WjTUH04JT^KNnFE. SSuLTS^ONLYT'vfr^f ! MONEY ON R1 Mover, 307 Nichols Block. Spokane. HELP WANTED—GENERAL LEARN TELEGRAPHY at the largest TELEGRAPH SCHOOL in the north- ' ! west. PACIFIC TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE. _ Spokane, Wa sh._ ] ! j The AUTO REPAIR MEN AND CHAUFFEURS are valuable to their employers in proi>or tion to their ability to locate and remedy trouble. This ability is increased by a thor ough knowledge of the Automobile, Auto Electric Equipment, etc. Such knowledge can be acquired in spare time. Address J. A. Macdonald, Dist. Supt, International Coi respondence Schools, Spokane, Wash. FOR SALE—HONEY If you w PURE Extracted Honey. Sweet Apple Cider, cider V inegar Apples, write C. C. Stinger. 1722 er. Producer 1 i > E. Sprague Av., Spokane. K and Manufacturer. HOTELS WHITE'S HOTEL AND RESTAURANT; rooms 76c anti up; hot and cold water In rooms; S4 and up by the week; good restaurant In connection. Corner of S tevens and Sprague. Spokane. Wash WELDING—ACETYLENE re a WE SPFXHAIJZB IN DOING IT RIGHT. Mode rn Welding Works, 8 0S W. 2d. KODAKS ANÖ KODAK FINISHING oneroUfÏÏm developed^ with each copy of this ad 1 1 ^ BARCLAY, 207 Temple Court. Spokan e MJSÇ^^A^EdUS— FORJ^ALE BULB PLANTING TIME ÎS H ERE. A fine collection of early cottage and Darwin tulips, narcissus and hyacinths. Pacific Coast Grown, the best. Plant Iris and all periennlals now Write for re< Arm »n*worin« these lartver.tlsemonta. price KAHMS, Puyallup. Wash. kiairal lists. PUDOR T 1110 * ' P - H " MEDICINES CURE Stomach disorders. Rheumatism. Kidney and Madder t .inti is a bl< Diarrhea, < 'oublis I Purifier. This medicine •phine. narcotic* or other fui drugs. Our prepar.it ions are hie. no tui cos required Hefe re l We Want Agent*. 1 : •P-H" MEDICINE CO. 1220 N. Wall St.. Spokane. Waah. ado of Herb« r preparations a PATENTS^ «'AIT. J ^NV^MAUIMN^U eign pat ont expert. Fro Hinckley Bldg , Seattle, Wash, _PJPELESS FURNACES KIND OUT ABOUT THE LIFK8AVT3R. I H. A SteinUe Furnace Co .1803 Division. ! POULTRY AND POULTRY SUPPLIES miLicoT^TT ^condensed—bOWSr 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.. Spokane. Wash. ana lor ndvirte. 207 - REAL ESTATE AND FARM LANDS ELDERLY MAN. OWNER, choice, rich. all tillable, 160 acres; will rent five years for $800, and making: owner a home. The home gn^test consideration, and a very rare opportunity. Address Box 333. Fallon, Nevada, "CENTRAL BRITISH OÖEuMBLA Cheap land, good climate, markets and schools; adapted to mixed farming and ranching. Price six to fifteen dollars; easy terms. Full particulars. ' RATTENBURY LANDS. Vancouver, B. C. 717 Metropolitan Bldg. WANTED LTD. LIVE PÔÜLTRŸWÂNTÔ) Ship your live poultry, dressed veal and hogs. COMMERCIAL CREAMERY COMPANY Spokane, Wash. WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT INFANTS' WEAR AND NEEDLECRAFT TfiirïîBÊm^rcuA^^ wear, stamped and fancy goods. 3rd floor Norf olk bldg., 816ft Riverside. TEACHERS' AGENCIES _ Tsn^rfsnr'sr'-g^^ bert Teachers' Agency, 202 Peyton bldg. FÏA'f H ER WORK_ MADAME MAJER Hyde Building. All styles pleating, but ton«, braiding, hem - stitching, etc. Let us help you with house cleaning Roll up your rugs and express them to us. them will make sanitary. The cleaning we will give them fresh and Crystal Laundry CRYSTAL CLEANERS Spokane. Wash. of A AUDIT8 COSTS SYSTEMS LANE, BELL A GILL Public Accountants Federal Tax Advlaore Empire 6tate Bldg., Spokane, Waeh. Good Used Cars Good Used Parts New and Used Gears for 150 Makes of Cars The Automobile Clearing House W. 1212-14 Second Aw., Spohaue TURN COLD TO GOLD With my tee molds you can make all the ice you want right in your own yard. Write for informa tion and prices. WARREN LATHAM. Mnfrs. Spokane. Wash. 1 LATH » iS j Kt MOL O . J L J PILES Fistula, Fissure, Itching and all other rectal conditions, except Cancer, permanently cured without surgery. My method of treatment saves the tissue Instead of destroying it. It is painless, requires no anesthetic and is permanent. There is no confinement to bed, no interference with businss or social engagements. Call or write for booklet. Mention this paper when writing. DR. C. J. DEAN ! Second and Morrison Sta., Portland, Or 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. And How to Feed. Mailed free to any address by the author. H. Clay Glover Co., Inc. 118 West 31st St. I New York, U- S. A. AMERICAS PIONEER DOG | i ! REMEDIES ta AND SHRUBS Fruit trees budded from bearing orvh . anls. Apple. Pear, Cherry, Peach, Plum«. ■ Prune, Apricot, Quince. Grape Vines« I Shrubbery. Plants. Raspberries. Black 1 berries. Logans. Dewberries, Asparagus» Rhubarb. Flowering Shrubs, Rosea. Tines, Hedge, Nut and Shads Trees. Carriage paid. Satisfaction guars otgsi e washinqton nursery cxx ToppraUh, Washington. fialestnen SYvrywUsr*. MÜr« wanted.