OCR Interpretation


The Rathdrum tribune. (Rathdrum, Idaho) 1903-1963, October 15, 1920, Image 3

Image and text provided by Idaho State Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88056093/1920-10-15/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

•1
IMPORTANT news of both
hemispheres boiled down
to last analysis.
arranged for quick reading
Notes Covering Happenings In
This Country tand Abroad That
Ate of Legitimate Interest
to All the People.
Brie'
One War Over.
KKîA.- -Military operations between
Poles and Lithuanians have ceased.
James H. Brewster Dies.
DENVER.—(James Henry Brewster,
former professor of law at the Uni
versity of Michigan and the Univer
sity of Colorado, died here recently
from I lie effects of a nervous break
down.
Employes Accept Lower Wage.
LOWELL, Mass.—Employes of the
Lawrence Manufacturing company,
hoping to make it possible to continue
operations at the company's hosiery
aud underwear mills here, have öf
tere dto accept a reduction in wages.
Want Border Doors Opened.
El. i'ASO.—Resolutions urging aho
lition of restrictions on travel across
the Mexican border were adopted
here recently by representatives of ;
the chambers of commerce in Texas, i
New Mexico, Arizona, California, Chi- •
hualiua and Sonora.
j
Move Coal First.
Priority orders for
WASHINGTON
the movement of coal to the terri
tory east of the eastern boundary of
Wyoming, !
Uli- states of Montana,
Colorado and New Mexico were is
sued recently by the interstate com
merce commission.
j
I
Wakes From Month's Sleep.
REDDING, Gal.—Glen Haines, age
2o, awoke Saturday front a sleep that j
began a month ago when he was in
jured in a fail from a porch,
mother, entering his room, was start- |
led by iiis asking for a glass of water,
the tirst words he had spoken since
liis slumber began.
His !
,
|
;
;
Half-Mast Flag on November 14.
W ASHINGTON.—President Wilson
lias directed that Sunday, November !
I! the American flag be displayed
at half mast on all public buildings
ami naval and military posts "as tok
en of the nation's participation in the -
memorial services held for the heroic
American soldiers, sailors, marines :
and others who gave their lives to
Bi ir country in the world war."
Drop in Prices Continues.
NEW YORK.—Downward trend of
pi'h'es continues, according to Brad
stroet's monthly average of commod
ity prices published Monday and R.
R Dun and company's review of com
modity prices for last week. A de
cline of nearly 6 per cent, during
September and of 19 per cent from
Bi" high level of the earlier part of
year was shown by Bradstreet's.
the
I
Latest Airship.
Britain's latest airship is 545 feet
•oug and lias a lifting capacity
17 tons.
of
NAVY'S PUBLICITY MAN
X
/
!
i
■£:
i
1
: 'k
5:4
W
?
1
From the greatest city in tlie Unitet 1
States to the remotest little village
stories of the United States navy ant
its deeds are promulgated by Capt. O
E Jackson, U. S. N., director of navai
Publicity, and his staff, from theb j
headquarters in Ne\y_York.
I
IDAHO NEWS PARAGRAPHS
Recent Happenings in This State
Given in Brief Items for
Busy Readers.
U. S'. Commissioner Quits.
OROKINO.—c. W. Merrill,
served as United Stat
at Orofino for
tired to private life.
St. Maries Tot Killed
ST. MARIES,
lour and a half
and Mrs. J, L. Cox. was killed re
cently Ity being caught between two
logs while at plav.
who has
commission
es
a five-day session.
teaeliers attended
range horses
and 5(1 per cent of the sheep on the
middle fork of the Salmon river dis
tried in Idaho were killed last winter
ny the severity of the weather, accord
ing to the state fish and game war
er
IT
years, has
re
by Log.
Vincent
Leo
('ox,
year old son of Mr.
In
Teachers Meet.
WALLACE.—
Shoshone, Kootenai,
dary and Benewah
here Monday for
Approximately 000
The joint institute
Bonner,
of
Bonn-1
counties opened
Dean Iddings Goes East.
UNIVERSITY
COW.
OK
IDAHO, MOS-i
Oeun E. Iddings of the Uni-,
versity of Idaho college of agriculture
is on a three
weeks' trip which will
take him as far
Mass.,
cultural college and the Idaho
ment station.
east as Springfield,
in tlie interests of the
agri
experi
the
öf
Cold Killed Half the Sheep.
Sixty per cent of the
den, who has just
tour of the district,
of ;
i * Alene Lumber company has laid f!
• ! ts nig * 11 men because of
lax lumber market. The yards have
become overstocked but the
returned from a
Mill Lays Off 75 Men.
D'ALENE. — The
COEUR
Coeuri
manage
j ment. Iielieves it will not be long be
mill is running full time
for
again.
of
!
Farm School Opened Monday.
UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, MOS
COW.—There is
is
every prospect that
j the university school of practical agri
I culture, which opened Monday, will
have the largest enrollment in its his
tory. Tuesday regular classes, both in
j *be five months course in agriculture
in
ami in tlie five months' special cream
course begun.
|
! er.v
To Rid Thistles.
Canada thistle can be smothered
in from three to six weeks by l'lood
, ing, according to Paul A. Wenger,
| formerly assistant field agronomist of
; the University of Idaho extension di
vision. Starvation by clean
tion and elimination by poisoning are
other methods of destruction of the
; thistle.
!
-
:
to
of
R.
of
cultiva
Wililamson Buys Farm.
MOSCOW. -N. Williamson, who re
sold the largest mercantile
cently
establishment in the Falouse country
to engage in forming and stock rais
added the seventh farm to
He bought the Erner
ing, has
his holdings,
son farm, just north of Moscow, and
joining his Ennis Fallen farm, where
his her dof pure bred
he winters
shorthorns.
He paid $175 an acre.
Adopt Kootenai Levies.
COEUR D'ALENE.—The county au
ditor lias prepared a list of tax levies
for Kootenai county as made by the
commissioners
The state and county levies
total of 21 mills; the city of
.018; Cieur d'Alene!
district. ,0048; Dalton high
.003.
for the 1920
county 1
I tax rolls:
show a
I'All'll".
of Coeur
highway
Hayden like.
district .004;
way
The highest municipal levy is. for the
.03625.
village ol Harrison, which is
Quits Live Stock Job.
board of direc
Livestock as
The
LEWISTON,
tors of the
Northwest
the resignation
Wallace and the
announces
sociation
President D. S.
of Dean B. .1. hidings of the
to fill his unex
nt
election
University
Of I (kill
Wallace for many
M r.
pired term.
has been
to rthe
among the strongest
association. His
the board is due to
of other
or otner
Bank Robbery at Plummer.
Bank non /
il.ocking two gills m
masked banits loot
bank here of $3190 in
automobile.
au 1
years
workers
withdrawal from
ill health and the pressure
duties.
PLUMMER.
the vault two un
ed the State
cas!) and ,
The men ei
the afternoon
ssistant cashier,
with Miss Eva Usury,
hardware store, who
The girls' pre
escaped in
tered tlie batik aliout 3
when Miss Myrtle
was alone
an
in
Wynn.
.•
the bank
employe of a
smaking a deposit.
in
wa
discovered hy a
after the robbery and
thev were released by J. Moran, a
former bonk empleye who knew the
toimei .
Vault'S COinbinatmlL town
There were few peop hayin
■it the time, most t .
Worley to attend the tor.
cashier was away and
' in charge
in Charge.
worn
dicament was
some time
an
1
ant
O
theb j
to
gone
Carl Kramer
Miss Fynn was
over the edge indi
for children.
with laps
love
Ears
cate a
I
/POKANE BUYERS GUIDE
!
Mention your home paper when answering; these advertisements.
V
INFORMATION DEPARTMENT
A Handy Spokane Business and
Professional Directory.
!
\
_STEAM SHIP tickets.
Aaaoc. steajnsJn.p .Office? 210 Hyde Bldg. !
_ arcHIYe STs"and BViLOm
w. J. BALLARD. 617 1st Av., Spok ane.
Aijtb RAO ift T O R RE P AIRS. j
Spokane Auto_ Rad. Works, W. 39 Main
AUtO TOP REPAIRING
Hac.Auto Top Co. 6® W?2nd. Ph. Riv. 446.
B A N D TN St R CHM E N TS R E P AI R E D '
B. F, WINSHIP SONS, 310 W. 1st Ave.
BA TTER Y AN D E LECTRÏC AL SER VICE
Empire Electric Service, 2d and Cedar.
" C O R R EC T. G L Am
MRS. HENP RK SkB. 5j>7 Riverside Ave.
-FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY -I
P. 11. SCHMIDT, 925 W. Bridge Ave.
HOGS, VEAL A POULTRY ÖUYERS |
TRANSFER MA RKET. 725 N. Monroe. |
John Lewis Ma rkets, Spok ane, Yvaah. _
Pacific "Market, 43 Riverside Ave.
HOTELS
411, EM AN Hotel TSd arid Monroe. Riv. 176,
IC E MACHINÉS. ' ' _
The FRICK ICE MACHINE. Cooper Ice
Machine & Plumbing Co. 11 04 N M onroe.
Harris Ice Mach ine WorksT. Spoh an». ' _
Ar mstr ong Machinery Co._
CftflGINAL TURKISH BATHS_
WALLBERG'S Steam Baths, 201 Trent.
_ PAT E NTS A N D* f RÄb E M AR K s,
L. E. Westfall. 912 Paulsen Bldg.
T ~ PHOT O GRA PHS "
PRIN CESS STUDIO, 7th floor Eilers bldg
REBUILT TYPEWRITERS,
iorona T y pewr iter Sales Co. H K'.Howard
RUBBER STAMPS AND HBÄjüS~_
, PAÇ®ÇjOTAM>. WORKK 61« Iprafû*
I hâRrt-TtWrk^.'S TexiderSïïit
Sculptor, 815 Ja miesen Bld g.. S pokane,
WITHERS' BROS", *22 W." Sprague ave.
USED CARS WANTED.
N. Howard Auto RepaïrSbup JOSN-Howartl
ES
al
Good Used Cars
GOOD USED PARTS.
New and Used Gears for l;i0 Makes of tars.
The Automobile Clearing
House
W: 1212-14 Second Ave. _
USED' AUTO BÂRGÂI N. ^
GUAJIA^TEEDTBßrCMt^tid Trucks
Terms one-third cash, balance monthly.
SPOKANE AUTO MARKET.
W315 Sprague Ave., Spokane.
Write for list and prices. Cars bought,
sold and exchanged
;
j
CARSBOUG HT AN D S.Q L D
FALLS GARAGE
» Street Bridge
SELL USED CARS
Mom
End
North
WE BUY AM
Phone Maxwell 4132, Spokane, Wash.
automobile accessories^
UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER—Join the
great army of economizers. No punc
No blowouts. Riding qualities
tures. ....
same as air. Guar. 100;000 m. (Not a
liquid.) SERVICE STA., 175 S Wall St.
HIPPERBON LOOKS PERSONALLY
INTO EACH RADIATOR
I That is why lie Eivgs such prompt service
aad excellent workmanship. New cores
for any Radiator. W<flk Guaranteed.
Hipperson's Auto Radiator Shop,
1026-28 2d Ave. Main 1206, Spokane.
ÄUTÖMÖBILE E LECTRlClÄNS.
Spokane Winding Works
R. B. NOBLE
I
Electrical Equipment
Spokane, Wash.
Automobile
N. 1 Division St,
Ö V DI ^5.-.^
inland Auto Top Factory, S. 211 Monroe
st. Re-covering, upholst ering, repairing.
M. Reeder, AuiotnobUe Trimmer tt Mfgr.
O) repairing in my line. 12 06 3rd Ave.
Tirés
_
GREYHOUND
j
Tires and Tubes
Unexcelled in quality, exceptionally
durable. Made to meet your demands.
Guaranteed 10 give satisfaction, Ab
Ilelivered at your door
SQLUTELY.
for your approval.
TIRE SERVICE STATION
So. 107 Madison St., Spokane, Wash.
TIRES
for the best in tire repair
ing SEND YOUR WORK TO THE U.
S SERVICE STATION, 1226 1st Ave.
Spokane. All work guaranteed.

in
fsw? TOAOSCOOT TRUCK CO SlZ RU <WC
RANSPORT
RUCK/ ■■
O
a
ir
AT THf FAC TOD V
DDCHT 4W THe TO
_ Wtin I ON THE ROMP
— s"öttDng^uppues.^^ ^
SELL? MALT
cappers.
Great Western Supply, 313 Olive st..
Wash. We accept mail orders.
CC£aNeRS AND DYERS
HAVE YoOr otdCRALLS DRY Cl, 16 AN -
We pay parcel post. "'
r^WADE I
STAY J
vve
t ' al)
Seattle
, HOPS, GELATINE,
Bottles wholesale, re
h
|
ed. * w? pay parcel post. We repair
the rips and (ears. Do not kave them
ruined by your laundry, when 45c will
. them dry cleaned.
I UNION DYE, WORKS. SPOKA NE.
PARISIAN' 'TaTLÖRS & DYERS.
clean eN iiry 1 ).jcg^altcrafions
| ^ CLEANERS AND DYERS
(„ d veltm. Beat service. «0 6 lat.
•—"~cONcR ÉfÉ an dJEMENt ^_
nV w ' SystiST Ôoncreïîrcheaper, better.
V . W. Gunite C onan .Co- 1216 O. N. B.
- DOCTORS
We
;
1
DR. M. F. SETTERS
Practice limited to Gynecology
(Diseases of Women)
Offices. Suite 418-19-20 Rookery Bldg.
OVER WHITBHOUSE
Main 315
PRIVATE sanitarium
j dramatic art.
Sarah fruax Albert, teacher of expres
»^404 Norfolk b,dg : . 816% Riverside.
employment agencies^
star Employment office supplies male
| g a r rJSSfe help. 220 N. Stevens. M. 2446.
furnaces
I <har3l D W l ST?ÏT^T ur NACE'^S aX^
1 Fuel S. 302-4 Howard St,
FURNITURE
bought and sold.
. „ .lands S<
! EhtuRux®
S2U Wash. St,
Come Out of High Rent District for
your furniture. largest selection of brass
beds in the city, $15.76 to $68.50.
We pay the freight 200 miles.
SPOKANE FURNITURE CO.
COR DIVISION ST AND INDIANA AV.
Beet the H. C. L.
Meet Sir. Parker and
look over our stock
of second hand fur
niture—as good as
We puck and
SPOKANE.
11 Riverside Ave.
HOffS, VEAL, POULTRY
BÙFI^ALÔ ftÄhkET, 1226 N. Hamilton.
V Ve buy eggs, poultry, h ogs, veal ami beef
M & J. PACICING CO", BIO FIRST A VÜÏ
R«nd for quotation*
!
j
MACHINE shops and machinery
— - J ? V 1 ? Yu?™ S??.
SOI
Oi
M
new.
deliver.
A
«ID
t
Put a Sheldon Inex
cjf pensive concrete mixer
mi your farm. Write for
"fcvv book on concrete profits,
fjq Hofius Ferris Bqpt. Co.
Dept. C., Spokane. Wn.
I
Cylinder ami Piston (binding
Auto Parts to Order
General Machine Repairing.
Write for free catalog on ({rinding
MODEL MACHINE WORKS
216 N. Browne St. _
Cylinder Grinfling a specialty, oversize
Pistons fitted. Parts made for all Cui
Orescent Machine Works. 815 N MonP<
TRACTOR grid AUTO CYLINDERS
ground. Pistons fitted like new. CEN
TRAL MACHINE WKS j »30 JÏ. Howard.
Western Mach*ÿ & Kqpt. Co —M,. hHl
sale or rent, S5 Steven s Kt. M 553»
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS
Scientific Eye Examinations,
om ie
Spokane
I ■
►tv
! B'
(
nets
EMPIRE
Sprague
Spokane
I Co.. I no,,. 340 Rj fgrui de Ave. M.2JJ18
The ifiglit Glasses—that's our repulütlon
King Optical Co.. 613 Rhepslde
MONUMENTS?"
1
_
SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO.
Leading dealers In all Eastern
nid Foreign Granite and Marble
Monuments. Designs and Prices
by .Mail. Large Stock.
808 W. Trent Ave., Cor. Post.
UUK PHICKS ARB LOWEST ON BARRE
and all domestic and foreign granite;
large stock of monuments. Washliigton
Mon umental & Cut Stone Co., W1616 24 .
Best stock of Granite und Marble Monu
ments. Lowest prices. Inland Monument
al Co., N. 1001 N. Monroe. Spokane, Wn.
MOTÖRCYLES, BICYCLES, REPAIRING
FALLS cTi'Y CYCLE CÖ!T lös BERNARD
Harley Motorcycles, Supplies, Repairing
PLATING AND STOVE REPAIRS
stove
'er S. Rubens, 1009 1st Ave., for
''"pairs, welding, plating, tinning.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
421 First Ave., Spokane, Wash.
We specialize in out-of-town
Plumbing, Heating, Water Systems in
stalled.
work.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
FA Li. OPENÎSfÔî^lSPTEMBÎâRwTTSSo:
Send for catalogue. Courtney Schon! of
Elocution and Dramatic Art, S315 Jlow
ard street. M. 1585.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
Storage. Transfer, Country Hauling. SISE
IIORN STO RAGE * TER. CO., S 161 Hnc
tamaLEs.
—--
MOT
'M TAMALES
FC B SPC* ANC AB
ONLY
2 5 O A SCI
kÇÛP or c
w ejld î n g—a cet y len e
MK'PAIi tvehîing^'^o . \\ r 29^Trent ÀvôT.
H | »' > l< ; i ? t * • ilxi-urt vsuhiuis ill iii»*(;ils.
SÙV.KAXE w Mi,DING WORKS 1Ï5 s.
Monroe. All kinds of metal welding.
NEW TODAY
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED
THOSE WHO A HK INT ER ESTE D IN
THE MOVING PICTURE INDUSTRY to
communicate with us by letter. We ex
pect to Stan prodUCtlo nat our MINNE
HAHA STUDIO October 14.
Grand Pacific Producers <Y Exhibitors
Corp. 209-21» Hutton Bldg., Spokane,
Wash.
f the best commercial
Building and
Doing a
Price $17,000; $11,000 will
1 might accept some trade on
1, Marcus, Wn.
FOR SALE—One
hotels north of Spokane,
furniture in first-class shape.
good business
handle,
this. Aildr
t\ o. Box
will
business;
on North Central highway
Northern It. It. For partlc
Drinkard, Downs, Wn.
to trade for good coun
42i),»»(); some cash. Lee, 326
Rookery Bldg., Spokane, Wash.
FUR SALK—COUNTRY GARAGE KI'L
aere land, bungalow
light plant. A bargain. Terms by
;se, Wash.
REAL estate
-tïTcloTe an "estate "
STOCK AND DAIRY FARM
A BARGAIN
British Columbia, ou Great
Northern railway, close to International
boundary line; quarter mile from depot;
1» acres in hay, 100 in timothy. 6 acres
in garden and orchard; all fenced; goods*
8-room house, cow barns, stable, chicken
houses, etc.; some valuable Umber, abun
dance of water; valuable water records
go with the place. Only $15,000; any
reasonable terms to responsible buyer. T.
A. Robley & Co., P. O. Box 20, Trail,B.C.
i-'oi: SALE- First-class wheat quarter;
black soil; close to town and paved
road; 15 m to Spokane. Good buildings
and water. Price $20,000, with stock and
machinery. Terms.
man, Wash
FOR SALE
white pine timber.
Pend Oreille Co.
Spokane. _
FOR SALE—Tine farm ol 412.75 acres
for general purposes,
cranberries with fine sporting facilities.
Nine miles south of Banden, four miles
north of Langlois. New buildings, woven
wire fencing. Also the Hotel Bandon
for sale or rent. Courtesy to agents.
Edmund Croft, Croft I-ake Ranch, Ban
don, Coo s county, Ore._
gone farming,
sell $3000 jier month garage
good
SA LE
I lave
I'i lit
town,
a nd Great
write
ular.s
t ha ve
Wii
holer.'
ir
luipped ;
iy
one
h
Box IIA. iRict
OW l
FARM LANDS AND
M -4 i< acres
' F Arnold. Free
CHEAP—Six quarters good
Cruise 6,000,000. In
59 Vz Fairview ave.,
K
Opportunity for
43 ACRES Ju9t outside Spokane city
limits, one mile west of Ft. VVright, 15
acres cultivated, splendid soil, small
bouse, barn, chicken houses, yard and
public sohool; price $9500. Vacant lots
in all parts of the city of Spokane.
Security Savings Society, Spokane, Tele
Main
14.
phone
LOGGED OFF LANDS
In Stevens
county at reduced prices.
rïising° Unty " state tor aalr y and stock
Hard surfaced and
ksne.
paved road to Spo
,., P " OENIX LUMBER CO.,
Dept. W, 6. Foot of Wall St.
__SPOKANE, WASH.
R I STS
Sj™ p 11 > '''T"" 'ivriuryon r- floral
yarns to Euge ne '« Flower Shop. 20 Wall st
For tile beat service and quality, phone
and write
DONART'S house of
Cor.
Phone 236.
FLOWERS
Riverside and Lincoln.
Spokane
_ANID^ KODAK FINISHING
Kodak ft lni5 deydopécTfree^witlT copy~*of
- _ B AHCV 'S, S1U4 Howard St
r: -^_ AL FALFA HAY '
'' V,î { vit , '- 1 Shipped «I Irect'Trom'gro wer
'1 ' "kuna valley. Satisfaction guaran
■'•.Jacobson. Box 1306. Spokane.
BA IyE- Clean, bright alfalfa hay
c ... Burlingame. Farmer, Walla
W alla, Wash.
.J
t
HELP WANTED
MEN—WOMEN
I « prepare for Telegraph positions on va
il?,!! "Tv, Salaries range from $156 to
Jr , . nM>n, J'ly Guarantee positions nfter
finishing full Instruction. Next class Oct
1» and Nov. 1.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE
115 N. WALL, SPOKANE
\\ ANTED GENERAL WOODSMEN
... swampers, teamsters,
Wages $6 per day ami up. Board $125
Appls < aseade Lumber Company, ($•
luum. Wash.
sawyers.
. i.
Fl LES
Elssuie. fleer ani" outer reeVaVeoiidltfntig
J, 1 .?" 1 .By cured without operation
( all. or write for booklet. '
DH. DEAN
23414 Morrison St.
Portland, Ore.
- — —BABBITS—PET STOCK
'.V^'UrT'''? ItA • I (^^AL.'St:lo-7Tn
1 Is. W Is. 2 yrs.. $ 1 . Trial subscription 25c
_ _^^SANITARIUMS
vtT . , al , lk î y T ! otp| .Sanitarium for
tc.ViVs h ,°' wa,er baths and mud
Medical Lake. *" co,meo «'o»
TEACHERS' AGENCIES
TEACHERS REGtSTEft' FREE Many
Spokane Westnior8 A » e "cy. O. N. B. blilg..
Teachers "fol H. S. sei
Teaeliers' Agency, i
.
n< e needed. Xlbert
29 Peyton bldg
WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT
==■ We specialize In mail
cr; / k «• °ï d , ers ' Moal 00 m
^Jt l l\S plete silk stock in
I he Inland Empira.
Write us your wants.
Hoffman's Silk Store
2d Floor Kuhn Bldg.
We are upstairs.
can't compete.
others

DRUGLESS TREATMENTS
Trouble and alter effects of Flu. We
surely cure by our new method. We also
use Violet Ray, Therapeutic Lamps,
Electric Bath and real massage. Main
515 .laudeson Bldg.
BUTTONS AND PLEA I INU.
SltAMEK's, -117 tfiiion si., Seattle, Hem
stitching, Accordion Pleating, Box Side
Pleating, Cloth Covered Buttons. Matt
orders handled promptly .
Sampson Feather & Button Wks. Hern
Stitching, 1254 c a yard,
guaranteed. Mail orders. 5;
FEATHER WORK
Fine work
!4 Kuhn B ldg .
MADAME MAJER
Hyde Building. All
styles pleating, but
tons. braiding, hem
__s titc hing, etç.
_~ GOSSARD CORSETS
Leonard's Uorsci Simp. N. 6 Wall Si.
INFANTS'JJ/ÉAR AND NEEDLECRÀFT
-KO RAFT SHOP, 719 Bprague
Infants' wear, stamped £oods, fancy goods
____ „^bADL^S?S'H O E S
WARN TwiNSTON, 15th Floor Old Nat.
Bk Bldg, Our low rent means lower prices.
LÄWrifc' TAILOR.
The NEE
suit to HOFFMAN, Ladles' Tailor. Made
to look like new. W. 913 Sprague Ave
__ RESCUE HOMES
FLORENCE CRITTENTON' MISSION^"
Will furnish protection and Maternity
Care to women and girls desirous of lead
ing a better life, Anna Peterson, Matron.
2)20 Crestline St. Phone Glenwood 1011.
_ Take Hlllyard Car.
GRADUATE
CHIROPRACTORS
Palmer System
J. A. REIMER, D.C., Ph.C.,
Palmer Graduate Chiropractor
Phone: Main 1648. 525-26-27 Fern well
Office Hours: 1» to 12 a m. 2 to 4 p in.
And by Appointment.
Palmer System
JAMES MURRAY, D.C., Ph.C.
Palmer Graduate Chiropractor
400-1-2 Spokane A Eastern Bldg,
Spokane. Wash.
Phone: Main 1542,
Res.; Main 2612.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5 p.m.
And by Appointment.
h berke'y,' a m. D.T.
Chiropractor
706 Sherwood Bldg.
Graduate Nafl School
Chiropractic, Chicago, 111.
Master Degree State Uni
viusilv Lim-oln. Noli,
Office Hours: 9 to 12. 2 to 5.
Phone Connection.
F. W. MIEDEKING
Chiropractor
726 Peyton Bidg.
Spokane.
CARLYLE HOTEL
150 clean, oornfortable rooms, 75c per
day and Pp. Weekly rates.
803 Second Avé., Spokane.

xml | txt