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BRIEFLY RETOLD Important News of Both Hemi spheres Boiled Down to Last Analysis. Private interests in Italy, with gov eminent sanction, have completed plans to lay an ocean cable to New York and another to Buenos Aires. The work will cost about $20,000,000 and will be begun at an early date. The French government has offered two prizes of 50,000 francs each to the airplane firms that will bring back to France before the end of the year the records for speed and duration. Both records now belong to American avi i A ators _ . , One wing of the library of Louvain university, in Belgium, which was de- 1 ■j stroyed by the Germans, was com- i pleted and was blessed by Cardinal Mercier, who became a world figure during the war. The work 1s by Amer ican architects. - A general conference of Japanese chambers of commerce of both China and Japan in session at Shanghai is sued a warning to China that disorder must be put down and the anti-Japa neae agitation stopped or "Japan will be forced to take drastic action." The Japanese government was also called on to take action against the boycott of Japanese goods in China. — I have promised to to kqep my You will excuse me for adding that my experience and discretion | are quite as likely to be useful to her i as your enthusiasm. I know the i world well enough to be careful in for instance; serve her, and I mean word. trusting strangers. It will do you no harm Mr. Moody, to follow my ex-1 ample.' Moody accepted his reproof with becomign patience and resignation, "If yon have anything to propose, ' sir, that will be of service to Miss Isabel," he said, "I shall he happy if I can assist you in the humblest ca "And if not?" Mr. Troy inquired, conscious of having nothing to pro pose as he asked the question. "In that case, sir, I must take my own course, and blame nobody but pacity. 1 myself if It leads me astray." Mr. Troy said no more; he parted from Moody at the next turning. Pursuing the subject privately in his own mind, he decided on taking the earliest opportunity of visiting Isabel at her aunt's house, and on warning her, in her future inter course with Moody, not to trust too much to the steward's discretion. "I haven't a doubt," thought the lawyer, "of what he means to do next, infatuated fool is going back to old The ! Sharon!" CHAPTER X. ! Returning to his office, Mr. Troy discovered, among the correspond that was waiting for him, a let •nee ter from the very person whose wel fare was still the uppermost subject j in his mind. Isabel Miller wrote in these terms ; "Dear Sir—My aunt, Miss Pink, is very desirious of consulting you pro-, fesBlonally at the earliest opportun ity. Although South Morden is with in little more than half an railway ride from London, Miss Pink does not presume to ask you to visit her, being well aware of the value time. Will you, therefore, be hours of your »o kind as to let me know when it p Mortgage Foreclosure late Model 2-ton EMC Truck WITH EXTRA SET OF NEW TIRES AND PLATFORM BODY. BEST OF CONDITION. T will sell this for balance due on easy terms to respon con tract ($965.60) Bible party. on Main 3141. A. E. PERAGEN Spokane, Wash. 127 2nd Are. W. ■ We have the only board instrument repair shop in the Northwest, with fac tory experienced workmen Everything in instruments, supplies and repair parts. Phonographs repaired. WINSHIP AND SONS , MUSIC HOUSE 1016 Riversid, Spokane, Wash. Near Monroe. , j ! »10 EST I i will be convenient to my aunt at your office In London? Believe me, dear sir, "Respectfully you to receive yours, ISABEL MILLER. "P. S.— -I am further instructed say that the regrettable event at Lady Lydiard s house is the proposed ' 8U hJôct of the consultation. "The Lawn, South Morden, to Thurs day." I Mr ' Troy smiled as he read the j letter. "Too formal for a young girl/' he said to himself. "Every word of it has been dictated by Miss Pink." He was not long in deciding what course he should take. There pressing necessity for was a cautioning Isabel, and here was his opportunity. He sent for his head clerk, and looked at his list of engagements for the day. There was nothing set dow j n the book which the clerk was not qu ite as well able to manage as the master . Mr , Troy C0QEulted Ws raU . n way guide, ordered his cab, and caught the next train to South Mor d0I1 (To Be Continued.) j 1 IDAHO A movement to extend the town limits of Priest River will be started ,n the near future as the result of rapid growth during the last year. - Twenty-five states and the District Columbia drew on Idaho for potato supplies, according to a check just completed for the disposal of the 1922 crop of 10,130 cars by Idaho agri cultural officials. Sixty thousand trout fry have been planted at Elk river during the last two days by officials in charge of the fish hatchery at Coeur d'Alene. This year 1,250,000 fry have been planted and 800,000 remain at the hatchery, Robert McNair Davis from the I University of California, has been pointed dean ap of the University of Idaho law school, succeeding Dean O. P. Cockerlll, who has resigned to be j come dean of the law school at the University of North Dakota. - Lewiston has become interested in a development at the William Lambie ranch, in Tammany hollow, near j Lewiston, where a well Is being drilled for oil. At 1000 feet a heavy at 1145 feet the well began flowing, For 48 hours the flow reached 200 gallons a minute. volume of water was encountered and War on rodents in Idaho by the United States bureau of biological sur vey and the Idaho university exten sion division, is believed by farmers j to have saved crops valued at approx ; imately $750,000 during the year end ed June 30, 1923, according to the an ! nouncement today by L. W. Fluharty, director of extension. Forest service trucks this week took 1,000 pounds of salt to the woods for distribution on the elk ranges of the Nork Fork, the state fish and game department furnishing the salt in conformance with its pol icy of checking mange among elk. Three cases of mange were reported for the first time last fall in the Clear j water forest. First preliminary construction of the new cutoff of the Oregon Short Line, which will bring the main line of that railroad through Boise, has i started. The first actual work con sisted of the unloading of railroad j ties at Sonna station and the unload J ing of grading machinery at Orchard j station. Boise is now served by a I branch line from Nampa. ; j ! The Rose Lake Lumber company, ! operating in northern Idaho, was awarded 13,600,000 feet of white pine, fir, spruce and hemlock timber in the Skookum creek district when bids I were opened recently at Missoula. ! The price on green white pine was $9 a thousand, $6 on dead pine, $1.60 on spruce, and 50 cents on fir and hemlock. Ten million feet of the timber is pine. FREE FREE FREE Write for Bargain price list on Eastern Malt, Syrups, Hops, Sugars, Black Figs, Raisins, Bottlers' Sup Guaranteed Products Supply piles. Co., 2108 First Ave., Seattle. When a dairyman quarrels with his cows, It is a sign of a man who doean't know his business. E Girl Writes 250 Words i Minute J fà ■ Misa ßlrdle PI Beevea, 16 year I/' old St. Loald glil, using a new two finger typewriting system, writes 250 words a minute, which is a record and makes her champion. Ü : & :r ■ I • > m K - >•' . • ' \ : m : . Y'>- " • : ' « SU? & iü m Jl i ■: m I ■ > : m m •x . mm y a ?! X - : I . I X mm KJÉESSB2 W HOMEMAKERS' CORNER Conducted by Alice Lindsey Webb, News Editor, and Lincoln R. Lou n sbury, Agricultural Extension Editor, State College of Washington. KEEPING HOUSEHOLD ACCOUNTS "My wife has a better bead for figures than I have," said a certain Washington man the other day, as he proudly showed his visitor the neat account book in which "friend wife" had made a record of expenditures for the house and for the poultry yard, garden, and the rest of the farm She was his bookkeeper, in as well. other words. He says it doesn't take her much time, either. She keeps a -ÄI fiit iH iMEi I l'. i;s. PMWOKf Slit! ■ri&mm Mention Your Home Paper When Answering These Advertisements Dr. I. C. Van Dorn Dr. Bernice M. Van Dorn Physico Clinical Laboratory, practicing the ELECTRONIC REACTIONS of ABRAMS And Osteopathy 515 Old National Bank Bldx> Main 2503 C. D. SAWTELLE, M. D„ D. 0., PRACTICING OSTEOPATHY AND ELECTRONIC REACT IONS OF ABRAMS BLOOD PRESSURE, HEART ami STOMACH TROUBLES Catarrhal Deafness and Treatment of the Eyes 505-609 Rookery Bldg. Phone Main 4S2 505-609 Phone Main 4S2 INFORMATION DEPARTMENT A Handy Spokane Business »ad Professional Directory AUTO TOPS AND REPAIRING Pacific auto top co., eio w. second. __EGGS EGGS EGGS EGGS ____ SPOKANE PERFECT EGG CO.. 222 Sprague. HOGS, VEAL AND POULTRY BUYER S J. LEWIS & CO., Packers, Spokane._ ICE' MACHINES ARMSTRONG MACHINERY CO., Spokane. MEA T PRODUCTS BOUGHT AN D SO LD PACIFIC MARKET, 43 W. Riverside. RADIO SUPPLIES PACIFICJTELEGRAPH INST., 119 N. Post. STEAMSHIP TICKETS ASSOC. STEAMSHIP OFC., 210 Hyde Bldg. _AUTOMOBILES OR WRITE for prices and terms on Fords and Lincoln cars. WILEY L. ATCH I AUTO TOPS ANI^ODÏES^_ INLAND AUTO TOP FACTORY, sT'211 Mon roe St. Re-covering, upholstering, repairing. SF ^C^EJjAND RESTA^URANT^^ ^ ^ S quare meals at fair prices. Best materials. GOOD EATS OAPE. 806 W. 2nd Ave. KIM'S ÖÄPB. ELECTRIC KITCHEN NOW open. K. 118 Stevens St., Spokane. CAMPERS' EQUIPMENT—TENTS, AWNINGS __ F. O. Berg Co., 318 N. Division, Spokane. COMMISSIONMERCHANTS METZGEtT~COMMI 8SION 'CO., Wholesale Fruits & Vegetables, 715 Railroad,^Spokane. HOTELS __ WHITE'S HÖtSl and Restaurant. Rooms, 75c and up; hot and cold water in rooms, $4 and up by the week; Corner of ood restaurant in connection, tevens and Sprague, Spokane. Wash. HOTEL LEVER, Howard & Third, Spokane. Rates low as $1 daily, $5 weekly; with bath $1.50. Take yellow cabs. Service free. THE 8ILLMAN, Spokane's high-class family hotel. Transients, $1 up. 3rd and Monroe. __^_ICE MACHINES^ WE DO IT RIGHT. SPOKANE ICE MA CHINE CO., 2124 E. Sprague. High . 58. MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINERY c Cylinder grinding, oversize pistons fit ted, general machine work. CRESCENT Machine Works, 815 Korth Monroe. ___MISCELLANEOUS GOOD USED PIPE, low — JUNK CO., S. 118 Adams St., Spokane. 3ÜPAPERSJFROM^YOUR^IOME'~TOWN~ Texas and Montana Oil Papers. Mend^lSe^to Casino Ne ws Co., Box 2119, Spokane. monumentsT * SPOKANE MONUMENTAiT^OO. H Leading dealers in all Eastern ui) JÊÏ Foreign Granite and Marble Motui iTSj monts. Designs and Prices by Mail. Lsr « e Stoek - 808 W. Trent Ave., Cor. Post. WRITE INLAND MONUMENTAL _ dO~8P0 kane, Wash., for prices and designs. EMPIRE GRANITE PRODUCTS ÖÖ., 481 Exchange Bon k B ldg., Spokane. ^~~ OPTOMETRI8T ANS OPTICIAN - DR. B. ERNBT, Oreaoant Store, main ioor Glasses fitted—leases dnpBcated. ALASKA price. .pad and pencil hanging in the kitchen, and every time there is an expendi tuer or recipt jots it down; then once a week goes over the items and en ters them in their proper places in j | Anyone can start a simple system without an elaborate j of accounts, \ course of preparation. There are many aids to be had for one starting. For instance, in Compton's Pictured Eu cyclopaedia, to be found now in many schools and homes, there is an ar ticle under "Accounts," which shows Rookery Bldg. Spokane, Wash. PLATING AND STOVE REPAIRS WRITE jfeYER S. RUBENsTlOOO"wTPhral. Stove repairs, plating, weld broken parts. SILVER-BLACK AND CROSS FOXES WILLIAM D. RAMBO, 407 Sprague, Spokane. __TEACHERS' AGENCIES GRADE TEACHERS year positions open. Spokane. WRITE ~US FOR TEACHERS OR vXOAK Westmore Teachers' Agency. Spoka«» Hasard TeachAra ' Agency. 40H Sherwood Bid« MANUFACTURERS ~ COATS, ROBES, RUGS" AND REPAIR work. Spokane Fur Tanning Co„ B. 9 Pine NEEDEÖ; Albert Teachers Agcy., rmg. NEW TODAY „ ___ AGENTS WANTED NEW FOOD PR'ODUCTS'^'eXCLUSTVE T '/''■ptory in this county. MATTHEWS KERR. INC.. 1 102-04 W, 2nd. Spokane, Wn BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES .STORE— A^OANDYpDRUGS AND CONFEÔ j tionery, in the heart of six good live towns; real live place for the right man; $3,000; only store of its kind in town. Inquire George Kep ka, Wilkoson, Wash. WILL SELL RESTAURANT AT GRANITE Palls, price $650; income is $250 clear; man and wife proposition. Sickness is reason for leaving. Address Box Wash. TAILOR SHOP; DOING PINE BUSINESS'; for sale at a bargain; good reason for sell Address Box 244, Mount Vernon, in*. Wa«h. MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS WANTED WANTED QUICK ^ town for Plasti-Pac Miracle Beauty Olay; big commissions ; easy , sales, guaranteed. Great re peater. Agent's outfit and one $8.50 crock of clay mailed postpaid for only $1.45. Hurry, write Standard Chemists, 427 Fast Morrison! Portland, Oregon. ONE AGENT EACH ___ ^JJACHINKRY ENGINES. HOISTS. MIXERsTpÏÏMPS! _Hofius-Ferris Equipment Co., Spokane. "REAL ^STATdE JkND^FARM LANÖS" for'sale, one achVTpou ltry'IpÎant; all cleared and well fertilized, garden, fruit trees and berries, 11 blocks from P. O. out side city limits, not in flood district; 8-room house, loectric lights. Room for 600 hens. This is a bargain. Some terms. For fur ther information address W. H. Mosher, Box 105 Sedro Wooley, Wash. A RESORT—7 ACRES, 2 HOUSES,~ 80 fruit trees, in big creek dam in 8 big lakes. Good fishing. W. HÎ Garlock, 806 1st Are., Seattle, Wash. _ Extra good location tor country hotel, to gether with 120 acres good land, cheap by old man. Address Box 19, Honte 1, Seaside, Ore. 320 ACRES, B L A C K ~SOI L, FENCE I ), WA tered. 14 miles from Lewistown; $10 per acre. Ed Eckert, Lewistown, Montana. SALESMEN WANTED or more „ For sale SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR fruit and ornamental nursery stock, roses, shrubbery, etc. Exclusive territory, liberal cash advance weekly on orders. Free outfit. Yak ima & Colombia River Nursery Co., Yakima Waah SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. MME. PLE88 BOARDING SCHOOL, 431 Harvard North Seattle, prepares girls for college, business and social life, Secretarial and Kindergarten grounds course. Lovely house aad how to keep household cash record«, accounts of indebtedness, time sheets, etc. Often some one item of the house hold expenses runs up too high, and it is not given its proper place in the "high cost of living" until an ac count book makes it stand out on the page by its size. JELL-iT Makes the Jelly Jell T $1 SILK DRESSES Why pay more ? up JEW*: Prompt attention to mail orders. Second Floor, Granite BIk. ECONOMY SHOP, in sheet and book form — Popular and Classical. Sheet Music Department, with expert musi cians in charge, is the oldest and largest in this section. A selection of good teaching material be secured on approval. MUSIC Our can Bring Us Your Music Problems i/j B Opposite Davenport. Main Entrance. Silver Black Fox Ranching la the moat profitable of all livestock industries. We can supply Pnre-bred Registered Btock from price winners. Highest pelt vaines; prolific breed ers; priced right. Ranch plans and other val uable information—correspondence invited. MONTANA SILVER BLACK FOX CO. Missoula. Montana 4 TO SPOKANE AND THC MAIN AVENUE garage [•] O' o If you Want to Buy, Sell or Trade HE KNOWS SEE FRED Storage—We never close. Main Avenue Garage Cor. Main & Brown Spokane SPOKANE— AMERICAN ENGRAVING CO. MAIN 104 Di? wfj 19 Monroe St. j j The Spokane Solid Comfort and Satisfying Meals Prices Moderate, Ihe Silver Grill and SPOKANE HOTEL «tfflHBMBaB. Copper and Zinq Priming liai». KJct Inxype* Stonfofvpes. Mats A 'LoaifHcte AdventainrtJul Service SEOBHOGZixaaaaHi Buttons, Hemstitching, Pleating, Feather Work, Dress Trimming. jMMR, Buttons, Pleating, Braid ÆÊm lug, Hemstitching But tonhole«. Feather and! W BM Hat Work. fW MADAME MATER I •- • • —999 Hyde Bldg., Spokan« | m PILES i ■ ■ ->y j WRITE today for my free book H|i on the proper treatment of Piles. oon - surgical treatment is GUARANTEED to positively and Permanently cure you. DR. CHAS. J. DEAN 2ND AND MORRISON PORTLAND,OREGON MENTIOM" VHIS BAPEH WHEN WRITING /gN Book ir Diseases And How to Feod aueaie*»c Mailed fro« to any S add res« by the author, PIONEER DOG I REME I DIES on ! H. Clay Glovar Co., Inc. 129 W. 24th St. ■ New York, U. i A.