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PLEADS FOR WORTHY EXHIBIT AT FAIR Former Spokane Citizen Urges Fitting Display From Washington. H. Bolster, formerly a prominent i real estate man of this city, who was obliged to leave on account of HI health, writes to Mr. Fellowes, secretary of the Chamber of Com merce, concerning Washington's exhibit at the world's fair in St. Louis in 1904. ne urges that an extensive ap- SEATTLE STIRRED. BY THE BREEZES OF ANTI-VICE MOVEMENT. SEATTLE, Nov. 28—Gambling Joints and tenderloins are fighting against the grafts of the police. Chief of Police Sullivan arbitrarily permits one man to run a gambling house wide open on the entrance floor and closes up houses next door. Judge Bell of the superior court issued orders that ground floor gambling must he put a stop to within 80 days. This time has now expired, but nothing has been done. Judge Bell will order an investiga tion by the grand jury. A RED LOTHARIO. KOLUSTEEN LONG LOOKED FOR BY POLICE. Jim Kolusteen. the Indian who was locked up for a couple days at the police station, has been taken to the reservation by the Indian police. Major Anderson's blueeoats have been on the lookout for Kolusteen for more than a year. It is stated he is wanted for running away with another Indian's wife. Since that time, it is alleged, he has gotten together a band of stolen horses and from the sale of these animals has made his living. He was at one time in the agency Pkoolnuf. house, but in some way managed to escape during the agent's absence. PERSONAL. T. P. O'Connel is in town from St. Paul. Vera Snodgrass of Portland is in Spokane. M. M. Zent, merchant of Ritzville, is in town. Rev. D. O. Gbormley of Tacoma is visiting here. Joe Smitu of the Seattle Times is at the Ridpath. Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Smith of Se attle are in the city. A. W. Blinn of Hay's store at Almira is at the Pacific. Mrs. George L. Rhodes of Seattle is staying at the Cadillac. W. H. P. McDonald of San Fran cisco is in Spokane, on business. J. O. Calhoun, a well known min ing man. is iv the city from lxiomis.. Hazel Kilday of the "Other Peo ple's Money" company is in the city. B. S. Robertson and William Sin gleton of Kalispell are at the Grand. W : . C. Gibson and son are stay ing at the Ridpath. They register from Portland. RAILROAD NOTES. The eastern lines have decided not to renew the anti-pass agree ment. This announcement will he received with much good feeling among the railway men. Superintendent Ixmg of the Kalis pell division is in the city. Superintendent W. D. Scott of the Everett division is eu route to Spokane. The eastbound Northern Pacific trains were badly delayed today. J. C. Pond of the Wisconsin Cen tral line is touring the west. SPORTING NEWS. BY DEFAULT. Walla Walla lost the game to Spokane at Natatorium park yes terday by the score of C to c as the result of a contested decision. The first half favored the home team, the score being 5 to 0, and the ball within six Inches of Walla Walla's goal. R. L Plumert was referee. WANT YOUNG JOCKEYS . _ Young and comparatively new , Jockeys are gathering in the prizes that the rich men of the turf have to offer In the way of contracts for next season's services. The older | and more experienced riders seem ' in a measure to have lost their grip. On the records of the past season the smaller boys have the better of it, and that fact is undoubtedly re sponsible for the engagements that have been recently announced, of which the following are interest ing: Luclen Lyne, a lad of 18 years of age, who rode last season for Drake, has contracted to ride for James Keene in England during the sea sons 1903 and 1904, tho retaining fee being $20,000 a year. Arthur Redfern has been retained by William C. Whitney. Redfern Will get 19000 and In order to se cure his release from the contract With Colonel T. E. Pepper Mr. EVhltney will have to part with 10,000. George Odom has renewed his contract with S. 8. Brown company, the retains* hctina ait ana. hut ipropriation be made for the exhi bition, stating that other state and national exhibits will be on such a magnificent scale that unless Wash ington can be well represented it would be better tp stay out en tlrely. Mr. Roister reports that his health is rapidly returning and hopes to return to Spokane soon. . FAIR DEPUTY. Miss Gertrude Hinkle. daughter of the judge of the police court, who was lormerly an efficient dep nty to the justice of the peace during her father's term. has been appointed to a clerical position of trust with her father, i Miss Hinkle bus had a varied ex perience in court duties and will prove an acceptable acquisition to the court staff. • PROVERB SOCIAL. Tlio Social union of the Christian 'Endeavor Will give a "diced pro verb" social this afternoon at the Pilgrim Congregational church. A unique program has been ar j ranged. PLAYS DEMIMONDAINES. VIRGINIA REITER. (From Her Artist Lover's Painting.) ROME. Nov. 28.—Among Italy's stage celebrities. Virginia Reiter has made herself a place characterized by a specialty of playing demi mondaine roles. By a certain class she is extravagantly admired, al though there are others more beautiful. The picture herewith is reproduced from a painting by Giacomo Orosso, a well-known artist, who made it a study of yellows —yellow gown, yellow roses, gold enameled furniture and yellow feathers —all of which served to bring out the actress' brunette attractiveness. He fell so deeply in love with her as to quite center his gifts upon her. It Is said he could not bring himself to depict anything but Virginia Reit er's face and figure. The play in which she has been most successful, financially, is "Madame Sans Gene.'' which she gave hundreds of times, but which, critics say. lacked delicacy of interpretation. Odom will not cross the Atlantic to ride. Lyne and Redfern. racing in Eng land, will have numerous oppor tunities of increasing their earnings iby means of talen money, percent ages on winnings besides special re tainers for mouts where they have no horses from their own stables running. McCLOSKYtTO MANAGE ■ ' "I have accepted the offer of Pres. ldent Lane to manage the Butte jteam for him next year," says John J, McCloskey In the current issue 'of Sporting News. "I have been well treated by the Butte people, who tried to show my appreciation of their kindness in working hard ifor the Butte team. I have reserv ed the majority of the 1902 club, though a number of the members had the exemption clause written in their contracts." —. MICH. 23; MINN. 6. ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 28.— 'Michigan beat Minnesota by 23 to 0, earning the title of western I champions. Sensational runs were made by Maddock, Cole and Heston. Penney 12; Cornell 11. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 28.—Uni versity of Pennsyl anla defeated the Cornell team by 12 to 11. I The game was fierce from the 'very beginning and five minutes be- I fore time was called the game stood In Lo 11. FIREMEN PANCE. SPRAGUE LODGE ENTERTAINS FRIENDS. Four hundred members end friends of the Sprague lodge, Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men, attended a grand ball at Elks' hall last night, which was from every point of view a very success ful affair. It was under the efficient management of D. A. McMillan, D. W. Walker and C. .1. Holmes, and the attendance was a large one. HOTEL DOUST GUESTS ENJOY THANKSGIVING Inmates of County Jail Given a Treat by tie Epworth Leaguers. The inmates of the Spokane county jail wi re given a treat yes terday afternoon. The M. E. Church Epworth League had a representation of probably 25 members who carried fruit and nuts, as well as plenty of reading matter, to tHe unfortu nates behind the bars. The league had the entertain ment under advisement for some time and Wednesday morning se cured the permission of the sheriff to give their performance. When the signal was given the 'VARSITY WINS. SEATTLE. Nov. 27—The match ' between the Washington Agricul-j tural college ami lhe State Uni versity of Washington was fought out here this afternoon, resulting in the victory of the latter by a] score of 16 to 0. The play of Well and Speidell | ! was splendid ami the game was rushed from kickoff to time, i . Lucky Baldwin's Rider. SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 28.— 'Isaac Murphy, the colored jockey who diea recently, was a rider ■whose honesty n< ver was question ed until he lost on Firenzi through drinking "doped" seltzer. Murphy was more strict, than ! many jockeys, never touched in- 1 toxicants, not even champagne. He never recovered from the effects of his experience on Firenzi and died in retirement. PLAYED IN SNOW. SALT LAKE, Nov. 28.—Stan ford's eleven beat the University of Utah football team in a fast game yesterday by 35 to 11. Snow fell steadily while the game 'was In progress, rendering the ■ground very slippery and obliterat ing the lines of the gridiron. First class restaurant for sale; good reason for selling. &0t 'Sprague aye. THE SPOKANE PRESS: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1902. SWINDLER. Former San Francican is Sentenced in Berlin. ' BERLIN, Nov. 28.—Meritz Lewn, alias Robiniwlts, a former resident of San Francisco, was today sen tenced to two years' imprisonment on a ehrriio of swindling. j7O prisoners now lodged in the county barracks came up before the league. A few of them were deeply affected by the address ion Thanksgiving day, while others took it in a matter of fact way. One of the prisoners said earnest ly: "Tell dose guys to come again and make us feel like home sweet 'home once more." Some of the ladies distributed flowers among the sad faced of the inmates, but the Thanksgiving feast was the more popular part of the function. One of the prisoners said: i"Think of the women coming down here and giving us blokes a posy. It's pie we need when there's any thing stirring among the 400." The I sheriff s;rld that it was a feast for the prisoners and it was genuinely appreciated in a prisoner's way. A RAZZER BEE. GUESTS OF NEGRO CLUB IN A RIOT. Tho Iriquois club had a strenuous [ session kite last night. A "cullud gent" named T. W. Campbell, a re cent arrival from Lewlston, was the one who started the strain. He had attempted to carve one of his "lad) friends," it is said, earlier in the evening but was overpower ed before he did any damage. On his arrival at the club, as the story ' goes, he met one of those who helped subdue him and immediately drew his razor. Chairs, tables, bil liard balls, razors, darkey oaths and various other weapons were in the air for a few minutes. Everything and everybody was covered with blood and it is a miracle that no one was killed outright. As it was, several of the fellows wero slashed and Campbell got decidedly the worst of it. Officers Briley and Sis ler arrived iv time to prevent fur ther trouble and placed Campbell j in jail. DARLING CASE. Judge Kennan has the Flo Dar ling ease and the' crematory matter under advisement. It is not ex pected that the judge will render a decision in either case within a day or two. Messrs. Sullivan, Nuzum and Nu zum, who are defending the action against Flo Darling, say that, should the ea-e go against them, they will start a case lor an appeal to the supreme court of the state. MARRIAGE LICENSES. F. V. St. John to Miss Genevieve Carmody. both of Spokane; J. S. Graham to Miss Louise Gratz, both of Spokane; E. C. Young of Chicago to Miss Mabel Johnson of St. Paul; T. J. Ewing to Miss Hose Smith, both of Spokane: B. C. Griffith of Deep Creek to Miss Irene Yates of Riordon; Corria Hagle of Spokane to Miss Stella Waters of Baker City: John Johnson to Miss Bessie Fleming, both of Mt. Hope; M. M. Corey to Miss Anna M. Moore, both of Spokane; William Frank Love joy to Mi3S Bessie Malroy, both of Spokane. PERMIT TO BUILD. A building permit was issued this morning to Charles It. Conner for the erection of two two-story i frame buildings on lot 8, block 11. Morgan's addition; estimated cost, |$i. r '"". TEETH Full SS.QO Set Gold Crowns $5.00 Silver Fillings 50 Painless Extracting 60 All work guaranteed for 20 years. A specialist in charge of e.T'h department. Philadelphia Denial Parlors, 10-11-12 Wolvcrton Block, Over W. U. Tel. Co. THE LXCELR PRINTING OFFICE. Latest type faces, best stock, workman ship second to none, prices that suit all. Call at Second Floor Mohawk Block or call up Telephone East 1874. S. L. ALEXANDER, Manager. ICHICAGO TAILORING COMPANY, Oscar Sowards, Prop. I Suits made to order. I.ady tailor ling a specialty. Steam cleaning, I dyeing and repairing. Will press 'one suit a week for 11.50 a month. .217 Temple Court, Spokane, Wash. 1 Phone Front S6B, The Wonder 409 to 413 Riverside. Ladies' Tailor Made Suits Come in colored and black. We have an extra special in this at about half the cost of manufacture, priced qq qq accordingly at „,|5iW Monte Carlo Coats Come in tan, castor and black. We offer you the best bar gain of the season in this. Call and see them. You will be satis fied with the coats and more than satisfied qq qq with the price, at Ladies' Flannelette Wrappers Variety of colors, all sizes j made with 10-inch flounce ruffle over shoulder, yoke back and front; QEi* regular $1.50 garment, at • 3vC Come In blue, gray and brown fine Venetian cloth, trimmed with bands of satin. These have always sold for *q $3.50. To close out quickly we mark them I •■lsl Children's School Dresses made of red and blue novelty goods, trimmed with cashmere and braid. For quick clearance we offer you these aq. $1.50 values for SIOC Ilie Pennsylvania florae end Investment Company Basement of Auditorium SPOKANE, WASH. We make FARM and CITY Loans at as low rates as is consistent with legitimate bus iness, on carefully se lected properties, and faithfully and hon estly attend to all mat ters of a Fiduciary character in Eastern Washington and West ern Idaho. J. GRIER LONG, Manager. Omo S Keeth Co. Art Galleries You are cordially In vited to call and in spect our holiday goods. We will make you any article to or der in both wood and leather. omo & Keeth Co. Empire State Bldg. NOW ZS TKE TIME TO MAKE SE LECTION OF Holiday Presents See oar line of Cut Glass Hand Painted CKina Sterling Silver and Silver Plate No Inrpror or better selected lines in the city. schachi & Rlorden JEWELERS. GRANITE BLOCK. Best Pickles—Bargains Fancy Eastern Dill Pickles, qt. 10c Sweet Pickles, qt 20c Sour Pickles, qt 10c Sauerkraut, qt 10c Michigan cash Grocery 911 Sprag-ae Aye. Phone Slack 3681. We have for Sale b Rpnoral merchandise store at Invoke price. Good location. Present sales are over 11600 per month. Ames Mercantile Agency. wsaptrt bum MeesV J. HELBERO & CO. Misses' Skirts CURE MEN j cured while you work and without I pain of lost manhood, gonorrhoea, syphilis, and all wasting diseases Iby our wonderful vegetable rem edies. Our great solvent crayons dissolve stricture in IB days. If unable to call at tho office, write for particulars regarding our latest improved home treatment which is always successful. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 10 a. m. jto 5 p. m. P. O. Box 644. ENGLISH The Savoy, Main Aye. and Howard St., Opposite Grand Hotel, Spokane, Wash. Artistic WALL COVERINGS INCLUDING NUMEROUS John W. Graham & Co. i 707 to 711 Sprague Aye. 708 to 712 First Aye. Select Your Style and Quality and the Price will be Right at HELLMANS SEE OUR $5.00 HAT. 822 RIVERSIDE AYE. MAXWELL & HOLUNGBERY PLUMBERS, STEAM AND OAS FITTERB. Repair Work a Specialty. 100> Sprague Aye., Spokane, Wash. Telephone Blue MM*,*.^ FOR YOU MEDICAL INSTITUTE beautiful designs and a great variety of exclu sive patterns that can not be found elsewhere. Investigate this Lamp before buying any other Costs 1 Cent an hour to produce 800 candle power. H. HOMEWOOD, Gen'l Agent. Standard Qas Lamp Co. 204 Post St., Spokane. EXPRESS SHOES They're made for both men and women. There are styles and leathers suitable for every possible occasion and adapted to every type of foot from the widest to the narrowest—from the longest to the shortest. Always three fifty for either Vlcl Kid, Patent Kid, Box Calf, Velour Calf, or English Enamel. No other store sells them. THE HILL SHOE CO. Next door to Whitehouse Dry Goods Co. GOOD CHEER-GOLD CURE O. ORLIN SMITH successfully treats and cures any afflicted with liquor, opium, morphine or tobacco habits.. An effective clinic, a perfect cure.. Health of patients always benefited. Ref erences —Cured patients.. Correspondence confidential.. Consul tation free.. Prices reasonable.. Talk with or write 108 S. Washington St., Spokane, Wash. Tel. South 2363. Home Office, 3825 Albion Place, Seattle, Wash. Rings We have 700 or 800 sold rings of all- designs—opals, turquoise, emeralds, rubies, pearls, garnets, Jade, jasper, moonstones, moss agates, perldoes, turquoise matrix and many other combina tions, ranging in price from $1.25 to $20.00 George R. Dodson, Jeweler, 517 Riverside Aye. Watch, clock and Jewelry I repairing a specialty. Only expert workmen employed. | The Equal of Spokane Liquid Paint Is not to be had In Spo kane at any price. Spo kane Liquid Paint is pure lead, zinc and lin seed oil, free from any adulteration. Jones 6 Dillingham, 713-715 First Aye. Faint and Color Qrinders. 519 Riverside Aye. 518 Sprague Aye. THAT'S ALL. G. ORLIN SMITH ABOUT IT. Sloane-Paine Co Thanksgiving G00d5.... at Thanksgiving Prices Currants, 10c per 0 - lb„ 3 lbs. for . Citron, per 1b.,.. 20c Orange Peel, pr lb. 20c Lemon Peel, prlb.2o*; We have the flpMt assortment of '" The lowest prices of any store in the Pacific North west. Ml STAMP WORKS. CHOICE $3.50 any style of Spokane's Greatest Grocery WE CONTINUE Table Luxuries $240 RUBBER STAMPS 10c per' line. Auditorium Bldg.