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LONDON.—By an overwhelming ma jot iv the goverimeiL Saiurday jam '"rough the Irish coercion hill, rued to restore older m Ireland. tthy debate preceded the voting le house of commons. bw,.,, hDevlin imatimmli«* Josep Devlin, n nationalist member from Belfast, defied the authority of the house to bring him to order. For a time .it seemed as there was no way to stiipress him except removing him bodily. He demanded *' ia i Mr. Llovd George be summoned to "share im spoilsibility for this iniquitous mens ure" and vehemently asserted the pre miei was absent so lie might "concoct another war with Russia." From the government benches cried of "Order! Order!" arose. Mi-. Devlin shouted in reply; "I have no respect for the house of commons; I despise it." Btdlam broke out. admonished Mr. Devlin, threatening to expel him. Devlin continued defiant, whereupon the chairman called upon the seargeant at arms to remove him. He refused to budge adn the chair man summoned the speaker wo was , . , ' , absent. The speaker entered and was ™ t, .. , , acquainted with Mr. Devlin s conduct ,, , , .. , , . and put a motion to the house to sus pend him vlin took the sentence philo sophically and when the vote to sus pend him was announced he walked out. rapidly, followed by Irish mem bers and labor champions. attempt was made to induce the government to limit operation of the .act to one year. The amendment was i Rejected. i_lN, MEMBER FROM BELFAST, CREATES DISTURBANCE IN PARLIAMENT. D£ VOTE TO-SUSPEND IS ENOUGH its "I Have No Respect for House' Members and Labor Champions Follow Him Out—limita tions of Biil Fails Oho f med den. Leu in t The chairman De At a . A MILITIA BRINGS PEACE Italia ns and English Speaking Resi dents at West Frankfort, III.. Clashed. WEST URAN'KFORT. Ill—Witli .'>00 milit a men on duty West Frankfort fain quiet after recent, rioting. The factiolis in the rioting were the liinglish-speaking eignere, principally Italians, which up half the town's population , 000 . is ag residents and for Nine people were killed | g rioting of about. 4000. make of 11 durir AN UNUSUAL DECORATION m ! i i % i . | I Î •/ • ■ à'; ! I i ÆU. ! I •>*r J ■ il ? >r >.. m £ I ! m M I $1 Ill H 1| [I W, I * ' ? I m w if ;/ % ! ■ de l'Ordre de l'Etoile Noir," j the only French decoration of this kind Kiver to an American. It was award-4 j ,1 ' 1 h in by the president of France for , Hoffman's "exceptional efficiency in) lizlng and handling the military^ ; Polle? 1n the rear." Captain Hoffman! also served at the front with the fifth, regiment of marines. He was the first) oifleer recommended for promotion in] <1,e A- E. E. » Capt. Stanford W. Hoffman of Nq^| , formerly of tlie United States) oe corps, receiving from Lieut* y W. Miller, the French "Chev York mari Harr filler oi'gm IDAHO NEWS PARAGRAPHS Recent Happenings In This Given in Brief Items for Busy Readers. State If ti.L , 11 tlns ls tound to be true it will bo the highest budget in ttm history of the educational insti tutions of this citv Low Water Halts Service LEWISTON_m », P, yus i un. Captain JE. G. Me rariane, the veteran pilot of gasoline craft on the upper Snake river suvs that the stream/had reached such a low stage that nnviLi T buch a month S r *, o ? ' S 1 beyond the moutn ot the Salmon river, about 60 miles above Lewiston, would be im ma- Posisble for about two months inontns. jam- Cash in Idaho Treasury hill, BOI8B.—State Treasurer John w. Egleson has submitted a semi-annual report covering the buisne«» «r tin, treasurv dena-Dm-nt t,, C 1 Governor Davis in which lie shows a balance in of favor of the state of $" ul v l(if f » For June 30, 1920, as compaio-J to V t.al way mice of $2.606 I :; Jt 7. U on .lanuaiy 1, him tins year. im- W '" Have Big Sugar Cro P «OISE.-The sugar beet crop of pre- ,<Jaho is goin S to be materially larger! tlian tlle cr °P ot Dili), sugar beet acreage this year is 57,600. a11 ' ncrea9e oi acres to G RANGE VILLE. —Owing to laic Ranting and prolonged ( f ry weather i sonie sprlng grain has been c , u for ha> , while the earlier sowmgs . ... , ,, making a wonderful yield. The fall o1 . ... , grain is fully equal in qua its- and : .•» , , quantity, and make a splendid show- j ' » . , , ! mg. A large acreage has been cen | Boise Schools Weed Cash. BOISE.—Boise's school budget will run close to a half million dollars, according to the estimates of the board of education. The Idaho over last The condition of Idaho beets ! is 95 per cent as against the 10-year ! average of 90, and it is estimated that I 4L a i,L.u n .„in_ , r i\ci ai\ i\ . ! the Idaho crop will reach 508,000 tons, as against 208,000 tons in 1919. year. Grangeville Crops Good. are I ——„a „ Cfo , i î ! ! 1.1acted tor on the basis ot $2 a bushel. Harvesting is in full blast, with 60 ! î machines ready to thresh at any time. : Forest Fires. COEUR Df ALENE.— The focal forest ; office reports fires making consider- ! able headway in the St. Joe national forest, especially in the vicinity of the middle north fork of the Clearwater river. Thèffi are about 60 men in that j locality fighting the flames and more ,,tn |.p nilt on o c annn p« -iririitinnal w U be put on as soon . at! iiuonai pack horses can he obtaine.1 to dslab-! lis!. .. su.mlv n-iin In 1 1».» Knntcmii lish a supply train, in tin Kootenai. forest the fire is being kept pretty There hav? been four . a well in hand, or five small fires raging in the Mc Gee district, which are being fought by about 50 men. Cert'fies 300 Teachers. LEWISTON.—The annual summer session of Hie Lewiston normal school | closed August 7. | year was the largest .» the history of Tie session this ; the institution, over 360 students tak- • ing tue work. Of these about received certificates entitling them to tcacli in the state nett year. There JloJ i wore u'so 16 students wk > completed the work required for graduiui-n and who ltieived life diplo.n n. The grad uates were as follows: Coeur d'Alene• ! i i Frances Jiat Beatrice Co i . erb ) | » jet,/., Nampa; Dorothea Ehlen Lew Ethel Gilson, Lewiston. Ruby l.l'ia Harbke, Nez iston; • r; rot so Shoshone . Daisy Havens, Moscow ; Ma ! I itérée; i tu la Jennings, Lewistor: Edith Mot Mary 1. Miir ;s, Cl;,t kston. Wash : Plummer; Corn H. Nimnallee, phy, ! Cambridge; Hortense Rockwell, Lew iston; Mrs. S. O. Scudder, Lewiston; I Georgia Skinner, Portland. Ore ; Frances' Vaughn, Icy Ttnpert ; Sullivan, Lewiston ; Miller, Ne/. Perce. : Mad I ! RUMANIA READY $1 TO JOIN ALLIES 1 î I ; Maintains Neutrality in the Russo-Polish Conflict. Has Troops on Frontier Meantime ■ I H .I ie Russo-Polish conflict is one of the ; 1| «rietest neutrality, but In event of [I any joint action becoming necessary, W, I Rumania will cooperate with the re ' mainder of the allies. attitude in Rumania's LONDON, Bleached Flour Defined. WASHINGTON.—The department statement Monday ! ■ of agriculture in a bleached flour coming within the of the federal food and if the held jurisdiction drugs acts is "adulterated bleaching has reduced the quality and strength of the flour or concealed j damage 0 r inferiority." m l av be gripped only on condition that j . bi eac hing has not concealed in for , . ority or impaired its quality or in) ; storm Wrecks Fishtraps. KETCHIKAN, Alaska. — first) es t,jniated at $250,000 was wrought to in] fis i,t ran a of the Ketchikan district !'by the heavy storm recently. Such flour strength. Damage I I BUYER/ GUIDE Mention y our home paper when answering these advertisements. M. & J. I Mention I INFORMATION DEPARTMENT A Handy Spokane Business and Professional Directory. ÇAM^AÎGN^ByT?pNS^&^ÎÎOVEL?nES MOORE A D : öPECL^S^cQ. PeytonMk. I ... ARCHITECTS AND BU ILDERS I W-, j. BALLARD, 617 ist~Av~ | 1 ATTORNEYS _ ' , Jeor ^ e D - A y er a. DU z7ëgier~ïïi(lg. _ auto pà I nt~s hops BO BBY AUTO P A INT Co., 12Ö4 2d Ave. _ AUTO RADIATOR REPAIRS. Spokane A uto Rad, Works, W. 39 Main. __ aut o to p repairing Bac.Auto Top Co. b io vv, 2nd. P h. Riv. 446. BEUG AUTO T uFT'O.. 122 sT Div ision. . BANP INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED B , g. WINSHIP & SONS, 3ÎQ W. 1st Ave. | BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE Emp ire Elect ric S ervice, 2d arid Cedar, CORRECT GLASSES i DENDRÎCÇS. 607 Riverside Ave. j H0QSf VEAL & POULTRY BUYERS TRANSFE R MARKET. 725 N. Monroe. ~ —_ - hotels siL Lma n Hotel , 3d and Monroe. Riv. 176. _-_IC E machin es. _ The FRICK ICE MACHINE. Cooper Ice Machine & Plumbing Co . 1104 N Monroe. Harris Ice Mapliine Wo rks, Sp okane. _ Gu Ä St. _ original Turkish bath s vv ALLBERG*B steam BathaT' 2 01 Tr ent. PATENTS: AND TRADEMARKS. - priNQESS. STUÖTo» 7th floor Ellers bldg, i Spokane. _ iXt typewriters. _ iorona Typewriter Sales C o. 14 N.Howard. "RUBBER STAMP S AND SEALS PA CIFIC STA MP WOR KS, 516 Sp rague. STEAMSHIP TICKETS. • RE ! ! Assoc-. Steamship, office, Jiu Uyde Bldg . I tailors. ! MVWHS, S. 16 Howard St. USÉ d'cars wanted. N.Howard Auto Reu alrS h o d.909N.II oward . Good Used Cars GOOD USED PARTS. New and Used Gears for 150 Makes of Cars. The Automobile Clearing House W. 1212-14 Second Ave. USED AUTO BARGAIN. GUARANTEED USED CARS and Trucks Terms one-third cash, balance monthly. SPOKANE AUTO MARKET. W315 Sprague Ave., Write for list and prices. sold and exchanged. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Spokane. Cars bought, uu ' 1 ' i j$TQ* N : B ACu' BA^ATOR^^ * That Is why he gives such prompt service **d excellent wOrkmapship. New cores , Qr ^ Radiator., Work Guaranteed. Hipperson'a Auto Radlatpr Shop, 1026-28_2d Ave. Main 1205, Spokane, automobile electricians. Spokane Winding Wks., N1 Division BL AUTO TOPS AND BODIES inland Auto Top Factory, S. 211 Monroe st. Re-covering, upholstering, rcpulring. N. Reeder, Automobile Trimmer & Mfgr. All repairing in my line. New-used-rebuilt tires T'lre repairing. Creed & Co., 822 2nd Ave ., Spokane. UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER—Join the great army of economizers. No punc tures. No blowouts. Riding qualities same as air. .Guar. 100,090 in. (Not a liquid.) SERVICE ST A.. 175 S Wall St. 1206 3rd Ave. HALF" TIRES ESS GATES SOLE Quick Parcel Post Delivery. Melcher-Mulligan Co. - 1105-1109 1st AV, Spokane GOOD TIKES $5.00 and up. Complete line odd sizes. Send repair work C. O. D. to Tire Construction Co., 1228 Second Av e., S pokane.___ _ TIRES FOR THE BEST IN TIRE REPAIR ING SEND YOUR WORK TO THE U. S SERVICE STATION, 1226 1st Ave. Spokane. All work guaranteed. G NW. tbanspoot truck CO. 5IZ R-B Ave iRAN SPORT RUCK/ DICHTAT the rACTC Hlull I ON THE ROAD CV»D£ STAY GREYHOUND Tires and Tubes Unexcelled in quality, exceptionally Made to meet your demands. durable. .... . T 3 Guaranteed to give satisfaction, AB ROLUTELY. Delivered at your door for vour approval. 'TIRE SERVICE STATION So. 107 Madison St., Spokane, Wash. - BÖTT L ING SUPPLBES^.^__ wE~SEÎi MALT, HOPSl^GELATÎ^Ê^ cappers. Bottles wholesale, re Great WeBtern Supply, 313 Olive st.. We accept mai! orders. caps tail. Seattle. Wash CLEA N I NG—DYE I NG— -TAI LORI NG 'tailors^* dyeusT^A' e cl M*n* everything; alterations 821% 1st av . -concrete and cement }^T System" Concrete; cheK^érT'bètteK NV w ^ " - PFgJt.- THE WM. J. BURNS INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, 1204 Old National Bank Bldg. Detective Work. Highest Class. Correspondence Invited. -ELECTRIC MOTORS—FOR SALE ^j^T^^jamd^^îlT^ïr^^motorsr^Spokane Fleet rie Sup. Co., N124 Lincoln. -ELECTRICAL SPECIALISTS_ magnetos, __ ÏÇ'-WÎLL'PAY YOU to come out of the hiirh rent district to Our Mid Summer c Furniture Sale. Reductions 20, 30, 40, 60% SPOKANE FURNITURE CO.. COR DIVISION ST. AND INDIANA AV. 2d hands goods bought and sold. O. K. Furniture Exchange. 8211 Wash. St. - HOGS, VEAL, POULTRY v^UfTaLO > MARKET! S 122(f bf lramilton. buy egg»- poultry, hogs, veal and beef COILS, MOTORS, ETC. Prompt Service. EDWIN H. MEAD CO., M. 2686. FURNACES SPOKANE 1016 W. 2nd. ^HAROLD MOIST AIR FU RNACE"Save# one-third Fuel. S. 302-4 Howard St. FURNITURE We M. & J. PACKING CO., E10 FIRST AVE. I Send for quotation«. MONUMENTS. ourpmcnss^RTi^WEs^^ and all domestic and foreign granite; large stock of monuments. Washln Monument al & Cut Ston e Co.. Wi516 2d. Best stock of (; ran ft e and Marble Î ments. Lowest prices. Inland Monument al Co., N. 1001 N. Monroe. Spokane. Wn. "MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINERY' ground. Pistons fitted like new. CEN TltAL MACHINE WK S.. 930 N. Howard. Cylinder Grinding a specialty. Pistons fitted. Parts made for all cars. Cresc ent Machine Works, 816 N. Monroe. Western Mach'y A Eqpt. Co.—Machines sale or rent. SR Stevens S t. M 553a. NOVO GAS ENGINES AND OUTFITS— Contractors' equipment, light rails Hoflug-Ferrla Eqpt. Co.. 17 Wash. St. _ STORAGE AND TRANSFER. Storage. 'Äansfefi Country Hauîïng. IfiÉÏS HORN STORAGE A TFR. CO., S161 Linc Âuto Truck Moving, High-Grade Work. Cha se Service. N. 128 .. W É L DING-AC ETYL E NE COBURN & BRISTOL. Oldest and most reliable in Spokane. S157 Stevens S< MOTORÇYLES, BICYCLES, REPAIRING PALLS CITY CYCLE CO., 108 BERNARD Harley Motor cycles, Supplies. Repairing. _OPTOM E I RISTS AN°, OPOICbANS^ Scientific Eye Examinations. Spokane Opljcal Co.. Inc., 340 Riverside Ave. M.219S The Right Glasses—thai's our reputation. King Optica) Co., 613 Riverside. PLATING AND STOVE REPAIRS on onu Oversize vens. M. 420 Write Myer S. Rubens, 1009 1st Ave., for stove repairs, weld ing, plating, tinn ing. PLUMBING AND HEATING STAmMmrrdAJMMNGTT^^ 421 First Ave., Spokane, Wash. We specialize in out-of-town work. Plumbing, Heating, Water Systems In stalled. PH YSI CIA_N S-DRUGl ESS. ronlc free Dr. C. Hale Kimble, Old Nat. bldg PAPER WANTED seases. Consultation cute, SAVE WASTE PAPER 75c per 100 lbs. f. o. b. Spokane paid for newspapers and magazines; must lie tied securely in bundles and newspapers kept separate from magazines. INDEPENDENT PAPER STOCK CO. 1019 W. Boone Ave., Spokane, Wash. NEW TODAY 6 ^BlJSItJESS ^PROPERTY _FORJ5ALJE^ WEEKLY Newspaper and Job Plant for sale at bargain; good location. Terms, u. II. Fry, Oakville, Wash. ^^IBUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—CONFECTIONERY, NKWS in a thriving Montana city of 7(10(1 population. Splendid proposition; doing wonderful business for small stand. Daily average cash sales last month, $102. Other interests demand present change in location. Box 75. stand, etc. ■orrespondence Rod; Lodge, Mont. a nswered. PHOTOGRAPHERS TAKE NOTICE. "FRANK PALMER PHOTO GRAPH STUDIO," fully equipped. Rare chance to secure a going busi ness; built up during the past 25 years. Inquire of Mrs. Frances Palmer, Rooms :: and 4 Falls City Blk., Spokane, Wn. EGGS WANTED WANTED HATCHING EGGS—We wish to contract with some responsible party who can furnish us with R. 1. Red and Barred Rock Hatching Eggs of good qual ity for tlie season of 1921. Queen Hatchery, 89 Pike st., Seattle, Wn. FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS KENTUCKY lfOMESPUN TOBACCO— Ten pounds $4. 20 pounds $7. Rufe Veal, Jonesbor o, Arkansas._ RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS write for Prescription No. 53966—for all severe cases rheumatism. Thous ands can testify to its quick relief and cures. Prices $1.25 box. Hocking Drug Co., Spokane. "~FARM LANDS AND REAL EST AT É EAt?PEItN~7)luSjON W 7tANCiT^TiAYtGAT>f Best slock and grain ranch in eastern Oregon. $35 per acre. Only 9 miles from Enterprise. Wallowa county, Oregon, 3 sets of buildings including good 6-room house, big new barn, etc. On county road, mile from mail and school. Place ton tains 700 acres, fenced and cross fenced except 80 acres; 200 In crops, 200 more good plow land. Abundance water, 1 big spring, 4 good wells, reserve : Only 3 miles to Federal loan on place; down, good terms on balance; 5% if equity is all cash. Clins. IS. Oregon. $7700. *;îm)o liscouMi Funk, Entcrnri; FOR KALE, BARGAIN—30-acre, well im proved Walla Walla county farm, near Columbia river; land; alfalfa, clover, corn, potatoes, all small fruits, orchard; good farm build ings; 4 first-class Holsteins, span horses, all farm machinery; cuts four crops year ly: excellent schools; acres No. 1 potato place hist .is rep nie-lhii'd Price $90(1(1 nel ; Burbank, Wash. down. Box 105 43 ACRES just outside Spokane city limits, one mile west of Ft. Wright, 15 soil, small chicken houses, yard and Vacant lots in all parts of the city of Spokane. Security Savings Society, Spokane, Tele phone Main 14. acres cultivated, splendit house, barn, public school; price $9500. Bk to LOGGED OFF LANDS In Stevens county at reduced prices. Best county In state for dairy and stock raising. Hard surfaced and paved road to Spo kane. Dept. W. 6 PHOENIX LUMBER CO., Foot of Wall St. SPOKANE, WASH. LEAVING FOR EUROPE Sacrifice my place in Algona; 2 acres adjoining Pacific highway. House 42xi4, barn, woodshed, chidfcon house. 40 bearing Soil is tlie very best, all in and everything on the place Price 2700 cash. T. Berg, fruit trees, garden first-class. Owner, Algona, Wash. _ FOR SALE—10 room homo or rooming house, with or without furniture. Bath, fireplace, hot water heat, built-in work. Great demand by students. Opposite col lege. Owner, H. Howes, 904 Campus Ave., Pullman, Wash. ____ 40 ACRES on two creeks, about 10 acres cleared, part black loam, no hill land, near bay, stock .team, chickens, to -ls, good 2-storv house, furniture, crops ni c ] u ded. Price 3000. C. O. Mahnber, R. F n 2 Box 88, Shelton, Wash. --- F&R—-FA RMS—SEË Turner Hutchinson Co All sizes and prices. Men who know their subject. 206 >j. Y. Blk.. Seattle. Wash. STOCK FARM, 160 acres, improved, 15 to 20 cult., bldg., water, outrange. For par. write A. H. McGee, Cape Horn. Wn. Is I FOR SAl.li 41-ACRE ALFALFA ranch, 3 ml. west of Prosser, on stale road. Address l-i. X Snow. Prosser, Wash. _ FIXTURES STORE FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES Wa carry the largest stock of store fix tures in tha West. All makes of Comput ing Scales, Cash Registers, Safes, Show cases, Slicing Machines, Electric Mills and Choppers, Refrigerators—everything for the store. Butcher supplies. Trade m your old store fixtures as cash on what This AD is our salesman, that is why we save you money. WESTERN AUTOMATIC SCALE CO., 2021 FIRST AVE., SEATTLE, WASH. you need. FROM lf.u to 5On per cent can be made in buying German, French, Italian or Belgian Bonds at present rates of ex change. Send for our circular giving full particulars. ♦ C. E. MALLETTE & CO., 601-4 Jamieson Bile., Spokane, Wash. „ .helpw Ante d— u enekal. TEACHERS REGISTER FREE. Many calls. Westmore Agency, O. N. B. bldg., Spok ane. HELP WANTED ''ANTED-^j^^aP^^oodsmen. team sters, etc., for short log work; wages to per day and up; board $1.25. None but experienced woodsmen need apply. Cas '••olc t aim her Co., I 'le Elum, Wasli. ^KO^I^ A ND^K ODAK^F ! N I S H I N G Kodak films developed free with copy of this ad . BARCLAY'S, S104 Howard St. LIVESTOCK WOODWORTH COMMISSION CO., Union Stock Yards, Seattle. We sell all classes of livestock, community shipments a spe- cialty. Write or wire, us for market 'Ltiqi.i I ions or any information desired. LIVE STOCK FOR SALE - DUROClé^^ -- l*ive sows, 2 gilts b'ed for September farrow; 1 boar ready for service. Price Bros. R. 4, Box, 81, Yakima, Wa sh. WHITE COLLIES, regisreted stock; ire telligent farm and sheep dogs. l T rbun daie Farm Kenne l, now at O.tkiey, Idaho __ LIVESTOCK SHOWS Move nternal tonal Live Stock Exposition, Chicago, 111. _MORTGAGES FOR SALE. 6^TT!ÎOÏ?FGAGEK^Toï^SALEr^EMG ANNUAL, personally inspected, first mortgages on Washington improved farms. No investment quite so good. Collection of interest and principal guar anteed. Write for list. L. A. ROTUE FARM MORTGAGE CO., INC., Leary Bldg, Seattle. Wash. PHOTOGRAPHY ecember POST CARD PHOTOGRAPHS 6 pictures fo r $1,00 R A B B 1 T S— P E T S TO C K Head 'rTTHTTABluq^ JOÏJRNAL.'^tTFràn'^ els, Wis. 2 yrs., $1. Trial subscription 26o. SANITARIUMS 9 17 VV. Sp rague MEDICAL LAKE The Gllkey Hotel and Sanitarium for Medical Lake; hot water baths and mud baths. First class cafe in connection. Medical Lake, Wash. _^"nE ACHERS' AGENCIES Teachers' Agency , 229 Peyton bldg. T E L EG ft A PH V GET'7rTî?£lTÎC^^ dreds of graduates, day and night school; home study course, low tuition, free booklet. Butte. Mont. .. Butte College Telegraphy, WANTED, "XT ONCE Real ambitious young men and women willing to work to prepare for telegraph operators and clerks. - Good wages. Write Pacific Telegraph Institute. 115 N. Wall St., Spokane. WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT •We specialize In mail orders. plete silk stock la the Inland Empirs. Write us your wants. Hoffman's Silk Store 2d Floor Kuhn Bldg. We are upHtnlrs. Others can't compete. Most com JSHK& 824 Riveraide Ave , SPOKANE feciAUY* KUTE kloes for w KIDDIES Women's Silk Lingerie T-at/* jstanotaled. r«blocked of dyed SmjJJ cost Higkv-cUjJ work guaranteed * Send your hai with imtruc nom I Tfur<i£nretV Shop J l KUHN OUILPINO SPOKA.NE1 BUTTONS AND PLEATING. Sampson Feather & Button Works, Per fect buttons, hemstitching, fine work guaranteed. Mali orders. 524 Kuhn bldg . FEATHER WORK MADAME MAJER Building. All but hem Hyde styles pleating, tons, braiding, stitching, etc. _GOSSARD CORSETS Leonard's Corset Shop, N. 7; Wall St. LADIES' SHOES WARN & WINSTON, 16th Floor Old Nat. Bk Bldg. Our low rent means lower prices. LADIES' TAjLOFL __ LADIEsT^SEND^YOlfR OLD COAT OR suit to HOFFMAN, Ladles' Tailor. Made to look like new. W. 913 Sprague Ave. MATERNITY HOME DR. MARY SWARTZ, GRADUATE MIDWIFE, TRAINED In Europe. Modern equipment, good home, before and after confinement, 401-402 Llndelle Block, Spokane. Gaskill Hat Studio Complete line of Millinery, Latest models. _ Suite 303, Eller Bldg. _ RESCUE HOMES 'Cfldrenc&^crîtte'nYon^mîssîoR WiU furnish protection and Maternity Care to women and girls desirous of lead ing a better life. Anna Peterson, Matron. 2120 Crestline St. Phone Glenwood 1011. __ Take Hlllyard Car, _ CURE FOR RHEÜMATISM, Stomach Trouble and after effects-of Flu. We surely cure by our new method. We also use Violet Ray, Therapeutic Lamps. Electric Bath and real massage. Main 3395. 515 Jamieson Bldg. How many good people we hear of! And how few we see!