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both hemispheres boiled down TO LAST ANALY8IS. I ARRANGEO FOR QUICK READING Brief Notes Covering Happenings I This Country and Abroad That Are of Legitimate Interest to All the People. t Wrangel Offensive Wins. PARIS.—The offensive begun by 1 tho forces of General Wrangel, anti bolshevik leader in south Russia, the right bank of the Dnieper, has • been pursued .successfully. Jennings Quits Tigers. DETROIT.—President Frank J. N'a vin, of the Detroit American league club, lias not selected a man to re place Hughey Jennings, the Tiger ! manager, who resigned recently. on coal, I Spa Agreement Fulfilled. PARIS.—Germany terms of the Spa coal agreement for August and September by delivering j tollte allies 1,936.805 tons of reparations fulfilled the the commission an pounces. Italian Kids Riot. TRIEST. 4 Nationalist demonstra strators, consisting for the most part of youths and students, created a ! disturbance in the city Friday, persons were rwounded, during the disorder. Five one fatally j Reading o fCovenant Urged. BA LTJM ORE. — Governor recently issued a proclamation nam ing Sunday, October 24, as a day on j of which the people of the state urged to "read and study the nant of the league of nations." Ritchie are co ve- ; ■ Pasquale Repudiates Story. I'M 11 jADELPHIA.—-A ugust Pasquale bas repudiated his confession that he kidnaped Baby smothered him accidentally and threw his body into the Schuylkill river, according to county authorities Blakely Coughlin, j j i of Five Killed in Explosion. FAYETTEVILLE. Ark,—Five men were killed and one seriously injured ; hy the explosion Friday of a boiler in a cotton gin near Towland. •thorities that Tile au are investigating a report that explosives had been placed in the boiler. Anglo-French Notes Paid. NEW YORK.—The largest interna tlona 1 obligation ing ever negotiated by American /hankers passed into finan cial history here October 15, J ■*. Morgan & Co., managers, disbursed upward of $160. 000,000 to holders of notes of the Anglo-French $500,000,000 5 five-year loan. when fere ed as syndicate pÄr cent. Advocates Restriction of Immigration. Albert : com on immigration, announced in o Maternent here that he will advo (!at< ' 'uniting immigration to erlatives 1,1 naturalized citizens when the ini migration committee meets in Wash high in, November 1-5. 1 A COM A. — Congressman Johnson, chairman of the house mit t ee and Treasury Certificates Oversubscribed. day. I ASH1NGTON—Secretary Houston that subscriptions to the last <>f treasury certificates of in debtedness will aggregate approxima- j te| J $160,000,000. about $100,000,000. Bays issue This issue of ! certificates is dated October 15 and | matures March 15, 1921. The interest rate is 5% per cent. 10 The treasury called lor Bank Cashier Arrested. 1 ILLAMOOK, Ore.—Thad Robinson former ; in I cashier of a local hank, is 'older arrest, charged with having ob tained $lo,000 in a fraudulent note ! n deal. Jews Ordered From Hungary. V'lhJNNA.—The Hungarian govern I has ordered 15,000 east Euro- j Pean Jews to leave the country im mediately. I ■ John Reed Typhus Victim. PORTLAND, Ore.—John Reed, ruag •otine write rand disciple of bolshev min, died Monday in Moscow, Russia, lyphus, according to a cablegram. els and General Leman Dies. last BRUSSELS.—General Leman, l(, uder of Liege against the Germans' advance I ,iege de has begin Red early in the war, died at recently from pneumonia. Montana Lambs Go East. ■MISSOULA—Twenty-eight thousand 'Yitibs have been shipped from west ' r n Montana to eastern markets in the last few weeks. A he CHAMPION OF COWGIRLS •C A # ■ M •*. i m both l m I 'S/fl i : a I r y j t •• by 1 anti has • N'a re ! on * 'ÿw Uy yy M < I.orena Trlckey, winner of the Cow girls' relay championship race at the annual Cheyenne frontier days round She is conceded to he pion all-around race she had to change horses coal, I and saddles every half mile and won many competitors. for j relay the up. the chatn woman rider. In the an- from ABOLISH NORTH PACIFIC COAST GUN UNIT part a ! Tw ° Pacific Districts Combined With Five j Headquarters in Sa Francisco. n SEATTLE.—Abolition of the north Pacific coast artillery district with headquarters here, and consolidation on j of the fw o coast districts into one dis are trict, with headquarters at San Fran ve- ; cisco, is conta.ine din army •overing the reorganization of the ad ministrative districts of the coast ar tillery division of the army. orders ■ he SOVIET TO PAY CZARS DEBTS; Makes Offer to Get Recognition of Great Britain. LONDON.—M. Leonid Krassin. the j j soviet trade representative to Eng-1 j land at a conference with a group I i of British business men, told them ! ; in that Russia would be willing to as sume the czarist debts in return for | au the recognition. Assail Canadian Dry Laws. VICTORIA, B. C.—Army and navy veterans of Canada in convention hero recently adopted resolutions declar ing the present prohibition acts in Canada are "anti-British and inter The by fere witli individual liberty." convention also declared in favor of restricting or barring oriental immi gration. ed t hat immigration of laborers from southern Europe be stopped. Another resolution demand : in Predicts Egg Price Slump. CHICAGO.—Prices on butter, eggs and poultry will continue to decline during the next months, chairman of the general Frank (J. Heilman, executive committee of the National Butter and Egg Association, Poultry, declared at the convention here Mon With cold, dry weather, which day. would stimulate laying, eggs will take I decided price drop, lie said. j Mississippi State. Fewer in WASHINGTON.—Mississippi is the of ! second state to show a decrease in | population in the census, population is 1,789,183—8000 less than 10 years ago. Vermont was decrease. Its the first to show a Palestine. Jews Meet in For the first time in 2000 years a ational Jewish assembly is meeing ; in Palestine. Today the I Palestine. is ! n constituent assembly of of delegates composed all of the adult Jewish [elected b\ convened in j population ot 1 ^® 8 .; la ?i V e ses sion Jerusalem for a legislative session. Mrs. Spreckles Game. I NEW YORK.—Mrs. John D. Spreek Francisco declared ■ of San she would not slacken her William Jr. els Monday efforts to Barrett, whom and disposing necklace while both were bring to justice she accused of taking of her $100,00(1 pearl in Ixmdon last June. Hoover Aids Canada Red Cross. FMPOR1A, Kan.— 'Herbert Hoover has left here for Toronto Canada to begin the direction of the < anada Red Cross campaign. himself every time A man injures another he wrongs /POK ANE BUYER/ GUIDE i . your home paper when an.wering theae . INFORMATION DEPARTMENT A Handy Spokane Business and Professional Directory. l _STEAMSHIP TICKETS' ^ssoc. Sleamatnp UtfKe, -lu Hyde Bldg. ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS; M J BALLA RD. 817 ist Äv., Spokane. AUTO RAD IA I OR ' REPAIRS. Spokane Auto Rad Works. W. 39 Main. AUTO TOP REPAIRING Pac.Auio Top Co. «10 W. 2nd. Ph. Rlv. 44«. BAND INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED - B, F. WINSH1P & SONS, 310 W. 1st Ave. BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL SERV ICE E mpire Electric Ser vice, 2d and Cedar._ _CORRECT GLA8SE9 MRS HENDRICKS, 507 Ri vereide Aye. r U HIM I I U Ht UPH Ul'sIERV P. H. SCHMIDT, 925 W. Bridge Ave. -iOGS, VEAL &. POULTRY BUYERS TR ANSF ER MARRBtT 726 N. M onroe, lohn Lewi s Market s, S pokane. Wash, Pacific Market, 43 Riverside Ave. __HOTELS_ jfLLMAN Hotel. 3 d and Monroe." Rlv. 17(T _ ICE MAC HÏNÉS. _ rho FRICK T''® MACHINE. Cooper ice Machine & Plumbi ng C o. 1U)4 N Mo nroe. Harri s ice'Maeh lne Wor ks, Spokan e._ A rma tr6ng**l3ju)Klnen' Co, _ _ IAL TURKISH BA THS _ 'S Steam Bath s, Ü5l Trent. s and Trade marks. WALtjgE ^ATE __ L. L. Westfall, 912 Paulsen Bldg. photographs PRINCESS ST1TDIPT 7 thf îoorBÏIe ra bl dg' REB UILT TYPEWRITERS. 'orona Typewriter Sales Co. 14 ft.Howard. RUBBER 8 TAM PS AND ""SEALS PA CIFIC ST AMP WOR KS. 616 Sprague. TAXIDERMISTS HÄRRY H. PARK. Expert Taxidermist Sculpt or. 315 Jamieson Bldg., Spokane. WITHERS BROS.. 822 W . Sprague ave. USED'CARS WANTED. _ i fr SS h n nBfHlN.Hnw a rTY V Dnwurri A ntn tî Good Used Cars GOOD USED PARTS. New and Used Gears lot 150 Makes of Cars. The Automobile Clearing House W 1212-14 Second Ave. used Auto bargain. GUARANTEED USED CARS Slid Trucks i'erms one-third cash, balance monthly. SPOKANE AUTO MARKET. W315 Sprague Ave., Write for list and prices. »old and e xchanged ._ CARS B OtJG HT AND SOLD Spokane. Cars bought. FALLS GARAGE North End Monroe Street Bridge WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS Phone Maxwell 4132, Spokane, Wash. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES. UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER—Join tile great army of economizers. No punc tures. No blowouts. Riding qualities same as air. Guar. 100,00« m. (Not a liquid.) SERVICE STA., 175 S Wall St, j I ! HiPPERSON Looks personally INTO EACH RADIATOR | That is why he gives such prompt service tad excellent workmanship. New cores for any Radiator, Work Guaranteed. Hlpperson's Auto Radiator Shop, Main 1205, Spokane. AUTO TOPS AND BODIES ' 1026-28 2d Ave. aetory, S inland Amo Top st. Re-covering, uph olstering , re pairing. N. Reeiiei, Automobile Trimmer * Mfgr. Ml repairing in my line. 12«« 3rd Ave. CHIROPRACTORS Monroe C. O! BERKEY. A.M. D.C. Chiropractor 706 Sherwood Bldg. Graduate Nat'l School Chiropractic, Chicago, III. Master Degree State Uni versity, Lincoln, Neb. CLEANERS AND DYERS HAYE y of r'OVERALLS dry" clean ed. We pay parcel post. We repair tiie rips and tears. Do not have them ruined by your laundry, when 45c will have them 'dry cleaned. UNION DYE WORKS, SPO KANE. PARISIAN TAILORS * DYERS. We ■lean everything, alterations 82LMi_l*t av. LÄFRANK cleaners and DYERS specialize in dyein g. Best s e rvice. 405 1 st. ~~ CO N CR ET E AND CEMENT New Svstém' Concrete; cheaper, better. N. W. Ounite Con B'n Co„ 1216 O N. B. DRAMATIC ART . Sarah Truax Albert, teacher of expres sion. 404 Norfolk bld g- 81 6V4 Riverside. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES /tar "BtnpiovVniiii office supplies male and female help. 22 0 N . Stevens. M. furnaces 14«. Till* Harold ■onstder ttie saving. Third an d H oward. FURNITURE STI IP to Fur liar Come Out of High Rent District for vour furniture. Largest selection of brass beds in the city. $15.75 to $58.50. We pav the freight 200 miles. SPOKANE FURNITURE CO. COIL DIVISION AND IN DIANA AV. id hands goods bought arid so'ld. O. K. Exchange. S211 Wash. St. HOGS, VEAL, POULTRY BCFFAÉO MARKET,' 122« N. Hainiftmi. We huv eggs, poultry, hogs, veal and beef \r~&'y ~P ÄÜTcJ N C CÔ , E10 FIRST AVE Send fnr Quota tions. ___ MACHINE S HOPS^AN^D^MAC_HH4EBY^ interested in equipment? your prob Furniture Are you pumping Write us 1cm. fl IS HOFIUS FERRIS EQPT. CO. Dept. C, Spokane. CÿiîHSer Grinding A gpeciatty. OVefsize Piétons fitted. Parts made for all Cars, '■'resoent Mach ine Wnfka. 81 5 N. Mo nroe. TRACTOR and AUTO CYLINDERS re ground. Pistons fitted like new CEN TRAL MACH I NB WK3„ 930 N. Howard Western Mach'y £ Eqpt. Co.—Machines sate or ren t. S5 Steve n e Bt. M. 563» _ Cylinder arid Piston Grinding Auto Parts to Order General Machine Repairing. Write for free catalog on Grinding. MODEL MACHINE WORKS 216 N. 'Browne St. i Spokane OPTOMETRISTS^AND^JPT|CIANS^ EMPIRE OPTICAL CO.. 427 Spragu» Scientific Eve Examinations. Spokane Optical Co.. Inc,, 3 40 RiYgrglde Av e. M.21?« Tiie Right Glasses— that's our reputation. King Optical Co., 6J3 Riverside. . MONUMENTS. SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO. Leading dealers In all Eastern and Foreign Granite and Marble Monuments. Designs and Prices by Mall. _ _ Large Stock. _ 8 08 W. Trent Ave., Cor. Post Ol'K PRICES ARB LOWEST ON BARRH and ail domestic and fureign granite, targe stock of monuments. Washington Monum ental &jgut Stone Co., wiSitT 2d. Best stock of Granite and Marble Monu ments. Lowest prices. Inland Monument si Co. N toot N. Monroe, Spokane Wn MOTORCYLES, BICYCLES, REPAIRING "'ALLS CITY CYCLE) CO .' 108 BERNARD Harley Motorcycles. Supplies. Repairing ^PLATING and stove repairs M riteMyer^sT^R^njensTT^OR^Ist^Ave for stove repairs, welding, p lating tinning. . PJrJJMBINQ AND HEATING ^TANTMTTrrT^TAfMBIN'oT^E^nNf 421 First Ave., Spokane, Wash. i,. We w, 8l,eaialize ,n out-of-town work tlM 1 *' Heating, Water Systems ln CO. _SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES FALL (BdSm<GT^ÈPTEMÎn3rri6rî^(k Scud for catalogue. Courtney School of Elocution and Dramatic Art. 8315 How ard stree t. M. 1535. STORAGE AND TRANSFER. Storage. Transfer, Country iiaiilingl SEK HO RN STORAGE A TFR. CO„ 8161 Liuc _ _ . TAMALES. rûeuOQUS peppy MOT 1 TAMALES 1 Q sMm- fob SPOKBSE A OP CASH ONLY -afl _ WELDING—A CETYLENE METAL Welding Co.. \V 29^TrenT Ave., _ Spoka ne« Expert w elders—ail metals. SPOKANÊ WHLÜÏTÎG WORKS ÏÏ5 S. Monroe. All kinds of metal welding. NEW TODAY I HATCHING EGGS WANTED WE WISH TO CONTRACT WITH RK sponeible parties l'or R. I. Barred Rock Hatching Eggs of good quality for the season of 1921. put of Baby Chicks will be in excess of Write for free catalog and QUEEN HATCHERY 4th Ave. Pine St., Seattle, . AGENTS WANTED Red and Out out 700,000. price list. Wash. AGENTS WANTED Oregon, Washington and Idaho: agents, fl to $12 a day taking orders for Foods and Specialties of Quality. Exclusive territory. Equally attractive for men and women. Introductory offer. Pacific Associated Trading Service, 125 Jackson St., Seattle, Wash. 12 « ALFALFA HAY FOR SALI Shipped direct from grower in Yakima valley. Satisfaction guuran i''il .1. F. Jacobson, Box I .fin», Spoka lie FÜR sauf Clean, bright alfalfa liny. F. C. Burlingame. Farmer, Walla Walla, Waah. _ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Fo l e^-f rr f nTTiy ïTa(fïT^fTTl - l.v equipped; one acre land, bungalow house, light plant. A harguin. Terms by owner. Box 11 A, Lacrogae. Wash. FARM LANDS AND REAL ESTATE 20(LACRE^RANt H, 'all ' tillable, b^5£cl water right, barn and out building tivation; outside range; Î5(J per acre; half cash; on Yellowstone Trail. Owner, C. H. Crane, liaugan, Mont. __ IRRIGATED Farms lor ^versified farm ing in tile Little Bitter Root Valley. B. A. More, Hot Springs, Mont. FOR SALE CHEAP—Sfx quarters good white pine timber. Cruise 6,000,00«. In Pend Oreille Co. I«. 55914 Fairvlew ave., Spokane. FOlt SALE—Fine farm ot 412.75 acres for general purposes. Opportunity for cranberries with fine sporting facilities. Nihe miles south of Bandon, four miles north of Langlois. New buildings, woven wire fencing. Also the Hotel Bandon for sale or rent. Courtesy to agents. Edmund Croft. Croft Lake Ranch, Ban don, I loos ctfunty , <■ ire. LOGGED OFF LANDS In Stevens county at reduced price*. Best county in state for dairy and stock raising Hard surfaced and paved road to Spo kane good I-room house, fair 70 acres in cul PHOENIX LUMBER CO., Foot of Wall St. SPOKANE, WASH. FLORISTS WRITE, PHONE OR "WIRE yom floral want .- to Eugene's Flower S hop. 20 Wail Bt. For I tu' liest service and quality, phone mid write Dept. W. 6 DONART'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS Cor. Riverside and Lincoln. Phone 235. Spokane FOREIGN BONDS FROM J NO to 50« rn-r cent can he made In buying German, French, Italian or Belgian Bonds change. Send for our circular giving full particular». present rates of ex ii t C. E. MALLETTE & CO., 601*4 Jamfphon 131k.. Spokane, Wash. ^ F R ES H FOOD PJRODUCTS svvEhfr "cl/Tv liT' u onev\ Washington postoffices: $3.50; 5-11». pail, $1.80 Big Timber, Mont. ^KgDAKg AND KODAK FINISHiNg Kodak films developed free with copy of this ad BARCLAY'S. 8104 Howard St. HELP WANTED prepaid to 10-lb. Clark W. Allen, pall. MEN—WOMEN I'o prepare for Telegraph positions on va rious lines Salaries range from $155 to 1200 monthly. Guarantee positions after finishing full instruction. Next class Oct. IS and Nov. 1. PACIFIC TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE 115 N. WALL. SPOKANE TEACHERS' AGENCIES WAN' r ! : î?u'^7?ENERÂ1^ ' \YOO?>V.Y?EN, swampers, teamsters, Wages $5 per day and up Board $1.25. Apply Cascade Lumber Company, Cle Elum. Wash.___ i KA 'll I ; its REGIÖ'fEJH l'Ki;i;. Many call». West more Agrency, O. N. B. bldg., Spokane. _ Tearfiers for H. S. science needed. Albert Teachers* Ajjency, 229 Peyton bld^. .7 P ,L -ES ^ FiBsureTf T lcer and other rectal conditions permanently cured without operation. On 11. or write for booklet. DR. DEAN etc. sawyers. ■ Portland, Ore. 234 b. Morrison St. RABBIT JOURNAL, St. Fran WhC. 2 V™-! U Trlgl subHcriptlon ^^^^^^SAmTARIUMS^ „„ ^ .The Oilkey Hotel Medical Uake; hot baths. Medical Hake, Ho and Sanitarium for water baths and mud cafe in connection First class Wash. WOMEN 8 DEPARTMENT GOSSAPD CORSETS - St u r VoTet ' Ray, r Th'ÆX' W * alB ° BUTTONS AND PLEATING. SHAMHR s 417 ïfnïon at., Seaitïè Hem Pllutl C ni n *Cloth°C«v n P , let U lne ' Box"8We oÄ.Ä prompt. BUtt °" 8 Mtt '' Sampson Feather & Button tV'ioT' stitching, 12V4c a vurd Fine guarant eed. Mal l ordere. 524 Kuhn - - fE sther work La intis, Main llein work Bldg . MADAME MAJER Hyde Building. AU wnr ■urnrr ? ty,es Pleating, but rtm L tons, braiding, hem , • st Rolling, etc.* néèdlÊcraft ^MATERNITY HOME -— I>R. MARY SWARTZ. In R |f A „™ « ' r ' B MJDWiPE, TRA IN ED in Europe. Modern equipment tnnd mWÄ r , y f,er 4(11-402 Llndelle Block, Spokane I^3L w jje|CU.E HOISfES. - rill ,'' urnl8h protection and Maternity mW?. 7. 0rn< îf» lln ? K ' lrl8 tleairoua of iead^ ■> , ifA Ä c^ ,e ^if. r * Anna Peterson. Matron - -0 Crestline St^'mn hon ? OI « n wo»<l toil lake HUlyaig Cur Save Money! Where you pay c **h ead buy for let*. W°LPER'C ▼ ▼ LADIES' STORE For Your next Coal, Suit, Dre»», Weiat or Skirt. N.261 Post street.SPOKANE Suits and Overcoats $30 and Up _2 s T' mf-K f ■■F Fogel^uisr CJoThing Co SPOKANE SHINE Commissioner for Husk., and Spokane Alta., B. C.. candidate for l'r< County, Spokane, and I'cutor, Wash. Open All N ight SPOKANE'S HIGH CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT Come and firing the Family 710-11-12-14 SPRAOUE AVE. I Sav ! $, ° . >.4 SUITS and and Overcoats „W H£«'fS f at MANNS Upstairs Clothing Store 2nd Floor Ziealer Blk. Howard A Riverside Spokane BÖ YD-CON LEE CO. 10$0 N. Division St. Buyers and Sellers •TEAM-ROLLED OATS A BARLEY _ Poultry and Dairy Supplie» _ Max. 10« £5] ^"WUIOATOBCOBNtO*"^ "FROM CHEAPEST WANTED TO FINEST BUILT."