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Holy Names Normal School and Academy We open Sept. For catalogue write to 7th and 8th. Registrar. Spokane, Wash, GONZAGA UNIVERSITY Spokane, Wash. Boarding and Day School for Boys and Young Men. Law Classical High School Commercial I Catalogue on application. Big Money at the Top k for the man or boy wqo trains himself "from the collar up." Write or visit the The Jenkins Institute Y. M. C. A. Spokane. 5 a c k 1 I al ti W;i LS& r/.h : lia ill ' fall mm en fi w ! 1 j HOTEL SPOKANE Spokane ECONOMY and COMFORT FOR FARMERS and STOCKMEN j W=A=N=T=E-D Cream and Produce We are paying today Aug. 7, the following prices f.o.b., Spokane ! i . ! ; 60c 23c Butter fat liens, alive, 4 lbs. or over ...... Hens, smaller .... Veal, No. 1, 90 to 130 lbs . Hogs. No. 1 block, 100 to 200. Broilers, over 1J4 lbs. i —;—. Roosters ... Hides at Market Price, Day of Ar rival. 17c ..17c 20i 26c 10c Commercial Creamery Co. Spokane. Wash. Better millwork means better sat isfaction in your — new home. Be i i proud of your V-- home. Better Millwork will help you realize this. Send for log. It contains many suggestions and low prices in sash and doors, millwork, built-in ef fect». Rovig. 2229 First Avenue South. Seattle. "Better Millwork." I ; • - „■ W8 i cata )vi - ^6. SPOKANE'S GREATEST TAILOR and CLOTHIER If It Isn't All Right I Bring It Back L R. Dolby Co. ! ; I a '«M df / I J* ! Spokantb I ! SULtH. Get Well in Nature's Way Let these Chinese Nature Herbs Home Remedies guide you back to health in nature's way without poison Thousands suffering from stomach trouble, rheumatism, kidney trouble, blood, bladder and skin disorders, ner vousness, constipation, and many other ail ments of men and wom en have been restored to health by using the M. Hee Wo C. H. D. CHINESE HER BAL REMEDIES. Call or write. M. HEE WO Chinese Medicine Co. s 208 James St., Corner Second Ave., Seattle, Wash. ous drugs. * Phone Elliott 2137 Established 1903. Malt, Syrup, Hops And All Home Bottlers' Supplies. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Seattle Fruit Juice & Syrup Co. 217 Spring St., Seattle, Wash. 53 -»^UJGATOli COBWEB*^ "FROM CHEAPEST WANTED TO FIN7Q8T BUILT." -HSIIMMW OF IDE » IMPORTANT NEWS OF BOTH HEMISPHERES BOILED DOWN TO LAST ANALYSIS. ARRANGED FOR QUICK READING Brief Notes Covering Happenings in This Country and Abroad That Are of Legitimate Interest to All the People. der Soviet Russia Aggressive. WASHINGTON.—Soviet Russia has followed up its successes against Po land with a thrust into southwestern Asia, and its I threatening the Teheran. forces Already are Persian capitai of Cantu Would Surrender. NOGALES, Ariz.—•Governor Esteban Cantu has offered to surrender pos session of the executive office within two weeks on condition that Provision I al President De La Huerta stops send ing troops into Lower California. of by Oil Struck in Montana. LEWISTON.—At a depth of 1610 feet the Decker-Collins No. 1 well in the Mosby field was brought in Satur The oil was reached in the La day. kota sand, which was penetrated only two feet when the oil rose in the cas ing 600 feet. Russians Want Old Boundaries. Deserters from JOHANNISBERG. ! the bolsheviki army reaching here as 1 sert that the plans of the Russian gen eral staff are to delay an armistice j with Poland while the boundaries of •eestablished as they ex j Russia are t isted in 1914. NOTED PERSONS DIE CHICAGO.— S. C. Scotten. age 68, ! said to have been the largest board of trade operator prior to the-advent i of James C. Patten. BROOKLINE. Mass.-— Brigadier General Charles Russell Suter, U. S. A., retired. He served under General Hooker in the Civil war. ST. PAUL, Minn.—Colonel Hobert M. Stocking, civil war veteran, lum berman, newspaperman and former member of the Sisconsin legislature, . aged 74. ST. PAUL, Minn.—D. C. Shepard. ! friend and business associate of the late James J. Hill and for more than 50 years a builder of railroads, died ; at his home here recently after a long illness. He was 92 years old. to Edward METHUEN. Mass. I Searles, wealthy philanthropist and part owner of the New York Globe. He was born in Methuen in 1841. His most recent benefaction was a gift of $2,500,000 to the University of Cali' BRITISH UNIONS DECRY WAR FOR POLAND Londo Unions in England Issue Strong Manifesto. n LONDON.—Members of the trades ! union congress parliamentary commit tee and members of the labor party ; have been recalled by telegraph from I Geneva to meet in London early next wee kto consider the Russian situa tion. I Meanwhile a strongly worded man ! ifesto. signed by eight members of the house or commons and eight! other labor leaders, has been issued, I warning the British public against the possibility of drifting into another war and declaring that labor will not co operate in a war supporting Poland, which they accuse of warring for self aggrandizement. "At present,"' the manifesto con ! eludes, "we can ill afford to spare even a few thousand men or a few million pounds from our depleted financial resources to suit the whims and caprices of the French military faction who are at the back of this Polish enterprise." TRANSPORT HEROIC DEAD Antigone Brings Americ-in Soldiers From Overesas. NEW YORK.—With the bodies of 1575 American soldiers in caskets the United States army transport Antigone» arrived here Saturday from Danzig, Antwerp, Brest and Bordeaux. So far bodies of 2891 American sol dier dead have been returned thorn overseas and those of 1388 others are Requests have been re en route, ceived for return of approximately 45.000 bodies from France and Eng land. keeping UNION HEADS DISCLAIM RESPON SIBILITY FOR BLOODSHED DURING RIOT. STRIKE GOMES TO AN END American Legion Men Act as Police —Civilians Also Volunteer— Troops Arrive From Fort Logan. DENVER.—Denver was placed un der military control Saturday in proclamation issued hv Mayor Bailey. a Troops from Fort Logan have ar The mobs had dispersed be rived. fore the troops arrived. Three men were killed and 13 in jured when rioting was resumed by and their striking street car men sympathizers at the east side barns Friday night. The dead are John Collins, 3f>; car Dan Flannagan and Charles Hanson, all of Denver, also of Denver, was wounded that he may die. The strike of trainmen employed by the Denver Tramway company has been called off by the executive com mittee of the Tramway mens union. Tramway offieiajs declare that no policy regarding taking the men back tiad been formulated. IS, Leonard Tremmer, seriously so Your 911-15 American Legion Men as Police. Nearly 300 members of the Ameri Legion Friday to prevent any They were civilians can ,recurrent^ of rioting, aided by more than 1000 armed with army rifles ad sawed-off shotguns. Automobile traffice in the business section was prohibited. The mayor forbade any parade or demonstrations "until further notice.'' 'Shoot to Kill'' Is Order. "Shoot to kill" was the instructions given to 1000 citizens who volunteered to protect life and property from repetition of rioting growing out of a strike of street car trainmen, volunteers were furnished with saw ed-off shotguns and army rifles. Machine guns have been mounted the tops of the buildings and ar were held ready The oil mored motor cars for immediate use should there ue a fresh outbreak Of the disorders which already have result'd in the death of two persons, the injury of 34 persons and much property damage. All theaters, including moving pic ture houses in the downtown section, have been closed and all citizens re quested to remain at home._ FOR SALE 1-2 ton truck In first-class condition. Price $250 cash, if taken at once. American Type Founders Co. Corner Sprague Ave. and Browne St., SPOKANE 10 ACRE OIL LEASE FREE Get our prices on Texas Oil leases and if we <lo not make you a better price than any other Reputable house, wo will give you a Lease with nur compliments. High Class Leases Sold. 10 tracts or in bulk. THE WALKER COMPANY, 220-227 Bedell I'.ldg , San Antonio, Tex. REE Oil Lease ten acre Only 2U, 40 acre : WE Third Annual Ram Show FILER, IDAHO ! August 26-27. 2000 stud ewes. •wes -all breeds. Twin Falls County, head stud rams, rams, range i for catalogue. H. H. Schildman, Sec., Filer, Idaho. range \V rite For Sale Maxwell Bug Five good tires, thoroughly overhauled, electric lights; $300 cash. Address 326 Rookery Building, Spokane. BETTER SERVICE FOR LESS MONEY. Give your Laundry Parcel and Dry Cleaning to the Mailman, addressed to us. It will be returned spick and span. Postage paid. "I am your Bosom Friend." of Crystal Laundry, Spokane Spokane. Wash. ALWAYS YOUR MONEY'S I WORTH re W. Wolff FURNITURE STORE Cor. Sprague and Washington Bring this ad and get 10% discount. tell« lies by Occasionally a man keeping his mouth shut. Save Money! where you pay - cash and buy for less. WOLPER'Q ¥ ¥ LADIES' STORE For Your next Coat, Suit, Dress Waist or Skirt. N. 126 Post street, SPOKANE I Open All Night a SPOKANE'S HIGH CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT I Come and Bring the Family 710=11-12-14 SPRAGUE AVE. Hazelwood I no Spokane Will buy your Butter, Cream and Eggs. Best Prices. Prompt Payment PIANOS and PHONOGRAPHS You should take no chances, but consult Spokane's oldest and largest Piano House. Your neighbor has known us for 20 years. THE SIMON PIANO COMPANY 911-15 Riverside Ave. Opposite Postoffice. Graham Live Stock Co We buy and sell High Grade and Pure Bred Dairy Cattle; One or a Carload. Office and Sale Yards: Phone High 29 2604 E. Broadway Near Carstens Packing Plant SPOKANE, WASH. WELCH'S MARKET ATTENTION We are prepared to buy your hog» and veal and give yeu top market. AI»o to serve you In case you need good meat. Welch's Market, 710 Main., Spokane a ar BOYD-CONLEE CO. 1020 N. Division St. Buyers and Sellers STEAM.ROLLED OATS & BARLEY _ Poultry and Dairy Supplie» _ Max. 104 a Phone Main 2382 A4 EMPIRE TILE & MANTEL CO. Contractors and Dealers in Floor, Wall and Fireplace Tile. 1022 W. Sprague Ave. FIREPLACE FIXTURES Every Boy and Girl can own a Bicycle, on our Club Plan. $5 down and $2 a week. BICYCLE GUARANTEED 5 YEARS. Authorized Indian Agents CtCLE SUPPLY CQ.,310 Riverside Ave I I »! ^_ELR.LCE_ SPOKANE'S LARGEST CLOTHIERS Cor. 'Wall Ct. - OUR LOW EXPENSE SAVES YOU $10 AS YOUW^LK UP PRICES COME DOWN TJ^ C/7 Sprague. SUITS Smart Women's Wear frocks - CLOAKS S24 Riverside Avenue, SPOKANE BLOUSES Rogell's Merchants R at ing &A^J u sti n g (p |nc :a - : WE COLLEOT MONEY peaceably If possible— forcibly If necessary. xvciovo» *lT»B in ell eitles and towns in TT. S.and Canada. 702-706 Realty bldg. Phone Main 3feot> Spokane Cycle Cq .. 914 SpragueAv., Sp okane y '"''A ^"1 Pierce, Emblem, Crown Bicycles. Children's Bicycles and Veloci "pPM® YTvJ Pedes, Bicycles and Sundries, Repairing. Mail orders solicited. Send for Catalogue. ! FULL MARKET VALUES Paid for Hides, Tallow, Wool and Fur BISSINGER & CO. Oldest and Largest Hide and Fur House on the Coast. Rt 1UI 1117 Railroad Avenue FREE SHIPPING TAGS SPOKANE, WASH. SEND FOR LATEST PRICES. soil! USED CARS Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Advancements made and cars on consignment. WRITE FOR LIST OF CARS FOR SALE Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed. AUTOMOBILE TRADING CO., W. 37 Main Ave. Main 4176 # HIDES—-WOOL—FUR RUBBER—METAL—SACKS We pay full market value, correct weight and assortment, prompt re turns. Write for prloeB. We want your business. sf\mD&P0T _ y" JOSEPH Thlf.HF.Sft CTSYMMES '^OKänF. wc 5 * eg ? PACIFIC HIDE 4 FUR DEPOT Joseph Thiebes and C. T. Symmea 1101 Railroad Ave. Spokane, Wa»h. Sash, Doors, Millwork, Roofing For new buildings, repairs or improvements, just make up a l* st °J u — thé quantities and sizes of the materials'yob will need, and sen 1 it for our free quotation. There will ' . 1» ' be no obligation to buy; but we will C7L /T XjTW save you money Satisfied BOYD custom.- J .J/tvUL- \Jz2 p~ CT - Cverywh ^ throughout the' Northwest. i 008 W . lt i aK e North.Seattle.Wa»^ y. i MILKOLAC Condensed Butter Milk Pure creamery buttermilk con densed to a thick paste. Keeps al most indefinitely. Mix 1 callnn MILKOLAC with 6 gallons of water Buttermilk for poultry and hogs is a necessity. Put up in barrels at the following prices: 550-lb. barrels. 250-lb. barrels. 130-lb. barrels. 90-lb. barrels. 45-lb. barrels. 5%c pound .6 c pound .7 %c pound 8Hc pound 9Hc pound Send us a check for the size bar rel you require. Manufactured by ■! SPOKANE, WASH. Cowboy Boots! If you wear boots, wear the best— JUSTIN'S Guaranteed to fit and pleaso you. We hare been making Cowboy Boots since 1*81. Send for our free cat alog N-l and self meas uring system. I Style Nb. 51 H. J. Justin & Sons, Incorporated. Makers of Justin's Celebrated Cowboy Boots u. a. a. I Nocona, Texas, The Empire Development Co., REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT HANDLES REAL Estate of all descriptions. If you want to buy, tell us what you want. We will get it. tell us what you have. We can sell or trade It. For further information write The Empire Development Co., Real Estate Department, 418 Sprague Ave.. Spokane, Wash. If you want to sell, TRAY TAVERN Next to Pantages Theater. Wonderful Bats at Moderate Prioee. SPOKANE'S GREATEST CAFETERIA Wanted, Cream & Eggs Because we are retailers we can al ways pay the highest market price. Write for quotations. J. B. Chaney, 124 N. Po»t St. Spokane, Wash.