i WORLD'S NEWS
I Important New* of Both Hemi
spheres Boiled Down to
Lily Francis, of Belfast, Ireland, 18
3 months old, was burned to death while
f a boarder sat in the same room read
I Ing a newspaper. He was deaf and
I Ah Sing Chlng, of Bwa. Oahu, Ha
I waii, a 14-year-old boy of Chinese ex
traction, won first place in the Amer
lean legion's essay contest for Ameri
can school children on the subject,
; "How Gan the American Legion Best
Serve the Nation? The contest re
suits were -announced by Garland W.
Powell, director of the legion's na
tlonal Americanization commission.
Palrs of shoes made in the United
[ States during the last business year
numbered 318,424,917, or about three
pairs for each person in the country.
What is believed to be the oldest
I specimens of canned beef in the world
have been discovered by excavators
In the tomb of King Tutenkhanum, at
Luxor, Egypt. While it was not wholly
palatable, being 3350 years old, the
meat Is in an excellent state of preser
A resolution to abolish the state leg
islature of Nevada and substitute a
commission of seven for it will be in
troduced at once in the state senate at
Carson, Senator Fitzgerald of Nye
Mention Your Home Paper When Answering These Advertisements
\ Handy Spokane Business and
AUTO TOPS AND REPAIRING
J PACIFIC AUTO TOP CO., 610 W. Second,
fïôûs. VEAL AND POULTRY BUYERS
I îrXÉWTS^F^fKrF^ÂCKERsTsfokané! ""
j - ICE' MACHINÜ
HARRIS ICE'mCHT H. G. Miller, Spokane?
AB MSTRONO MACHINERY CO., Spokane,
MEAT PRODUCTS BOUGHT AND SO LD
j PACIFIC MARKET, 43 W. Riverside._
MFG. JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER
REPAIRS—A. Brogger, W. 404 Sprague.
SEE OR WRITE for prices and terms or
Fords and Lincoln Cars. WILEY L. ATOH
LEY, R. M. Wade Co., N910 Monroe. Spokane
AUTO TOPS AND BODIES
|XÎn?ANl5GCÏffo^TOpT ! Aî6TORYr^r2n^on?
St. Re-covering, upholstering, repairing.
■ manufacturer AND REPAIRER AUTO
j tops and c urtains. N. R e eder. 120 6 3rd.
CAF ES A ND RESTAURANTS ~
nim's cafe. Electric kîtoheîPSow
N. 118 Stevens St., Spokane._
HELP WÂNTED-^MEN^ _ ~
! MEN? We have^good^positions open for you
in the BARBER TRADE. We can teach you
in few weeks. It is light, easy work. Barhera
' are making big money. Let ua teach you. Small
tuition fee. You get some pay while learning.
Call or write MOLRR BARBER COLLEGE.
419 Trent, Spokan e, opp. Milwaukee depot.
and Restaurant. Rooms, 76c and up; hot and
.id water in rooms. $4 and up by the week :
ad restaurant in connection. Comer of
vena and Spragfue, Spokane. Wash.
■TEL LEVER. Howard & "third, Spokane.
, Room with Bath $1.50. Ratea «œr-f
I? lo w as $1.00 daily, $5 weekly.
Cylinder grinding, oversize piatons fit
ted, auto parts made. CRESCENT
Machine Works, 815 North Monroe
MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINERY
SPOKANE ^MONUMENTAL CO. |
Leading dealers in all Eastern and j
Foreign Granite and Marble Mono- I
ments. Designs and Prices by Mail. |
808 W. Trent Aye. , Cor. Po st.
WRITE INLAND MONUMENTAL CO., 8PO
kane, Wash., for prices and designs.
■ EMPIRE GRANITE PRODUCTS CO~431
s Exchange Bank Bldg., Spokane.
■ PLATING AND STOVE REPAIRS
• ^îftÏE"MÈV êR S? RÜBEN S,^ 1009 W.^irst,
: Stove repairs, plating, weld broken parts.
SILVER-BLACK AND CROSS FOXES
j Wt J.ltam' h KÂ&fBôr 407 Sprague. Spokane
■ TEACHERS' AGENCIES
Hazard Teachers' Agey., Alta Collier, Mgr.
TEACHERS FOR H. 8. SCIENCE NEEDED?
Albert Teachers' Agency. 802 Peyton Bldg
T ire Co., 1st and Monroe St., Spokane.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS I
Emits A Vegetables. 71 $ Railroad, Spokane, j
"Crops such as barley, wheat, corn,
peas, etc., all suitable .for hog feeds,
are grown successfully in this state,"
says Prof. Howard Hackedorn of the
State College of Washington, discus
sing the problem of increasing pork
production to meet consumption de
"At the main
mands of Washington.
experiment station> Pullman . the aver
1 age yield of barley for the last six
years has been 3116 pounds per acre,
which Is 634 pounds mor than the
average for spring and winter wheat
for the same period. Barley and wheat
jhave a feedlng value practically
j equivalent t0 that of corn . Corn . as
R grajn crop> lg grown succe88f uliy m
some Qf th0 lrrtgated 8ect ,ons.
fa jf a and peas are used extensively
as forage crop8 and aslde from furn .
jg^ing a Bupe rior forage for hogs, the
ald , n con8er ving nitrogen in the
Animals to be slaughtered,
pecially hogs, should not be fed for
at least twenty-four hours before kill
ing. Give the animal plenty of wa
| ter during this time and this will tend
to empty the animals stomach and In
testlnes of food and help the amateur
butcher considerably in removing
county gave formal notice recently,
Dr. Edward B. Morgan, of Paterson,
N. J., who recently grafted portions of
a pig's eye to the eye of Alfred Lem
anowlcz In an effort to restore the 17
year-old boy's sight, pronounced the
operation a success. The youth de
dared he could distinguish between
light and darkness.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE IN
fine farming community; a money-maker and
good proposition; invoice about $8000. Some
terms. Address Jordan & Golm, Rice, Wash.
CUSTOM TANNERS AND
COATS, ROBES, RUGS. WE BUY HIDES.'
furs. Spokane Fur Tannine Oo„ 8. 9 Pin«.
NEW SPRING CATALOG
Free for the asking. Groceries and merchan
dise. Wonderful bargains. Jordau-Lawler Co.,
Box 615, Spokane. Wash. _
Battery Compound charges discharged bat
... permanent charge; startling,
strange, new life for battery; will not freeze;
impossible to harm battery. Dealers and agents
write for free gallon offer.
RADIOLITE BATTERY CO.
290 Union Ave.
— THE LAST WORD IN Sci
ence—not only removes freckles, pimples,
blackheads and other facial blemishes, but actu- i
ally grows new skin while you sleep and leaves ,
it as velvety and clear as a baby's. Will even
remove scars of boils, etc. Send 50 cents
(coin) for trial treatment.
R. F. D. 2, Shelton. Wash.
MARRY—Many wealthy. Best, most success
ful; quickest results; write, be convinced; j
confidential ; descriptions FREE. Mrs. Budd, 1
Box 753, San Francisco, Calif.
LADIES TO CORRESPOND,
Love Exchange, Box 828,
_POULTRY AND EGGS__
We will buy your poultry; one or a thousand.
H. D. Shoemaker & Co., 506 Weller, Seattle, j
REAL ESTATE AND FARM LANDS
WILL TRADE $4,400 OF STOCK IN A
$20,000 corporation. This stock represents
one of the best investments in summer hotel
resorts in Washington for the right party. We
will sell this stock for cash or trade for small
improved farm, mercantile business or town
property. For further information, write John
son Brothers Comp an y, Easton, Wash.
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WE WILL HELP YOU MAKE
Oar hemstitching and button work will urt
hours of worry and time
Sampson Feather & Button Work«
Kuhn Bldg.. Spokane W««h
HEMSTITCHING, FRENCH^ EMBROlDfcKi
XlBERTA PLEATING 8H(IP ~713 Rpr«g«> .
824 Riverside Ave ,
koalas kute kloes for
Women*» Silk Lingerie
BUTTONS. BUTTONHOLES. HEM
BOfr'TON PLEATING CO., 81 S'Rookery'BlJg'
Buttons, Hemstitching, Plestmg, Fcatbct
Work, Dress Trimming.
, Battons, Pleating, Braid
ing, Hematitching But
toaboles, Feather and
MPHfidl Hat Work.
Wm ■Kfr MADAME MAJBR
.. - *S* Hyde Bldg., gpoka»«
A Grand Champion Cow from Kentucky
"Lady Woodford" won her honors at the American Royal Livestock
Show in Kansas City recently Breadth, front, thick and even flesh
marked her for'distinction as the Ideal type for heef cattle She Is
owned by Sen. J. N. Camden, of Versailles. Ky.
these organs. To withhold feed also
helps to get the animals to bleed
properly, as an animal gorged with
food has been found to bleed poorly.
This Is especially important in the
curing of meats, for the meats that j
have small amounts of blood in the
veins keep better and cure more rap
idly than others. Hogs, when being
prepared for slaughter, should never
be excited and then killed after they
are warmed up, as it tends to spoil
the meat. If they have been chased
about in being prepared, it is a good
plan to allow them to rest before
( OUnty are cornplet ' ng plans to im
port dairy stock from the coast coun
ties of the state. This stock will be
Newport—Dairymen in Pend Oreille
obtained from cow testing association
members and consist of high class
heifer calves with a known produc
tion back of them.
Facts and Near Facts
It has been estimated that on a
mature maple tree of vigorous growth
theer is one-half acre of leaf surface
exposed to the sun.
If we were to make a model of the
human brain, using for the neurone
fibers, wires so small as to be barely
visible to the naked eye, in order to
find room for all the wires the model
would need to be the size of a city
block on the base and corresponding
j t - a nian stood on top of the highest
mountain on earth and aimed a level
gun in any direction, the bullet, if it
S5| |gsjg *
Genuine Orange Pekoe?
O RANGE PEKOE" is simply an Oriental term to denote one
of three distinct gradings of tea:
Flowery Orange Pekoe (tea of the very finest quality)
Broken Orange Pekoe (tea of very choice quality)
Orange Pekoe (tea of average quality)
The first two grades are very much superior to ordinary Orange
Pekoe. Ridgways Genuine Orange Pekoe is the finest tea procur
able, because it is composed only of the Flowery and Broken
Some teas marked "Orange Pekoe" have a very small proportion
of Orange Pekoe. Right there is the value of getting Genuine
The way to make sure of Genuine Orange Pekoe, without any
doubt about it, is to insist firmly upon Ridgways Genuine Orange
Pekoe. Then you are certain to enjoy the superb flavor, the
exquisite bouquet you should rightfully expect in this superior tea.
Order definitely by name and insist upon getting it. Ridgways
GOLD LABEL Genuine Orange Pekoe.
"The Finest Tea the World Produces"
If your grooor cannot supply you writ»:
Ridgways, Inc., 60 Warren St., New York
could be given sufficient velocity to
counteract the Influence of gravity,
would go around the world and hit him
on the back of the head.
If light were sufficiently deflected
by gravitation to follow a level line
around the earth, the man looking
through a level telescope in any direc
tion could see how his hair was comb
ed in back.
One square inch of piano wire will
life a weight of 200,000 tons?
There are more than a million Jews
in New York city.
There are in the United States one
sixth as many Canadians as in Canada
and enough Irishmen to make four
Prepared to Jump.
Our own opinion is that the kan
garoo is just one of Nature's abhor
tlve efforts to produce a safe pedes
It is not too late to begin your
farm account for the year.
re cordially invited to make the
SPOKANE Y. M. C. A. your homo,
when you are away from home.
HEADQUARTERS AT THE "Y"
Corner First Ave. and Lincoln St.
(Opposite Davenport Hotel)
AU the pedestrians It is predicted,
will become motorists sooner or later.
Perhaps. If they don't become angels
There Is something about the Tray
Tavern In Spokane that draws the
crowds from this vicinity.—Adv.
The sunshine falls on the earth with
a force of 160 tons.
Your Spokane Home
Headquarters for Farmers and
JOE PEDICORD, Proprietor
Spokane's High Class Family
YOU WILL MEET YOUR
Open All Night
The Popular Place for Out-of-Town
People to Dine
710-11-12-14 Sprague Ave.
AUDITS COSTS SYSTEMS
Federal Tax Advisers
Empire State Bldg. Spokane, Wn.
When in Spokane
Two Blocks West of Davenport Hotel
ROOMS, *1*0 UP
With Private Bath, $2.00 Up
Popular priced cafe and lunch room.
Telephone Maia 2468
Management of O. A. Goader
IN HEAD—COLDS IN CHEST
CROUP. PNEUMONIA, ASTHMA.
Relieved with one application of
ONE NIGHT CHEST RUB
The Wonderful Remedy
Price 60 Centa
From Your Druggist or by Mail Postpaid
I J. FRANKLYN SMITH LABORATORY
And How to Feed.
Mailed free to any
address by the author
H. Clay Glover Co.,
129 W. 24th «t.
New York, U. S. A.
T^RUIT TREES budded from bear
qJLdV r ing orchards: Apple. Pear, Cherry,
JSôqÿ? Peach, Plum, Prune, Apricot, Quince:
Grape Vines, Shrubbery, Plants, Rasp
berries, Blackberries, Dewberries,
Logans, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Flower
ing Shrubs, Roses, Vines; Hedge, Nut
a*d Shade Trees. Carriage paid
, ' -
Salesmen everywhere. Store wanted.
Washington Nursery Co
"pvO you want to know the facts
about your case of Piles-and
aboutmy GUARANT EEof com
plète; and permanent cure with
out kt'ife, clamps, burning or
other disagreeable features?
send TODAY for my
' % Th
Hi FREE illuatrated book.
DR CHAS J. DEAN
2ND AND MORRISON PORTIANO,OREGON
EVTl'G^I' THIS PAPER
No. 5, 1923
W, N. A.
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