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SEASON OF FAIRY TALES.
Johnnie Broadcollar and the Things He Sees in His Dreams. HIBERNIANS BUILD A HOME IN GOTHAM *l NIHS YOitK. Dec. «. -A demon stration and appeal to the public for atd in the erection of a building in this City for the uso of tho An cient Order of Hibernians and kin dred Irish societies, and which will stand as a monumental testimonial of the loyalty Of the Celtic sous of America to the Irish cause, will be held tomorrow evening in Carnegie Half, The Idea Of B building to serve us a home for the Irish societies originated with tho board of trus OCEAN SERVICE FOR ENCLISH ROAD. LONDON; Pec. 6.—The docks committee of Bristol announces that the Crand Trunk railway be gins today a fortnightly service be tween Portland, Me., and Avon mouth, using three of the Ocean Transport company's steamers. Butte, Mont - -The robbers who Cleaned $;17:<8 out of the bank at lhalgor, Mont., on .Monday last, have been captured by Sheriff Pot ter of Carbon county. The men were taken almost on the Wyoming line. Silk Waist Attractively Embroidered. Unique method! of ornamentatlon aro the attractive feature of many stylish separate waist!. This waist in pale-blue liberty silk is embroidered down the front In !llk and metal work, the same em broidery trimming the ruffs and collar, Tho latter shows a very lone «.1,..-i,.nl »<•» "" ' ' * tees of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians. Oround lifts been pur chased at 116 th st. and Fifth avo. at a cost of 1100,000, and the build ing is in course ot erection. Archbishop Farley has consented to preside at the meeting tomorrow evening and the speakers will in clude Thomas A. B, Weadock of Detroit, Justice Morgan J. O'Brien of the supreme court of New York, Thomas J, Oargan of Boston and a number Of other representative Irish-Americans. ALABAMANS TO MAKE RAILS. BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Pec. C—As a result of the successful tests of the manufacture of steel rails which have just been completed at the Hnsloy plant of tho Tennessee Coal, Iron A Railroad company, the rail mill at that place will now be kept iv steady operation. Salt Lake, Utah - Two of the men who held up the Hagle club rooms at Pocatello, Idaho, have been captured by Sheriff-elect Qrif llth. The remaining band is close pressed by a posse. BEAUTIFUL AMERICAN SINGER. UNRLIN, Dec. 6.—•The musical favorite in Berlin this >ear is Opi Rtdlllß Parrar. an American girl. Slio has several times appeared by ipecial requeei before the emperor and musical (Germany has hailed her as a phenomenon. Her star part is that of Marguerite in Ouonud's "Baust." VOLCANO. FORT DH KKANOB. Pec. G.- Mont Pelee Is In an extremely vio lent eruption Unlay. Ashes . wer< thrown Rye miles high. There Is no panic, although many were com polled to Dee from the hot shower COLLEGE WANTS MORE MONEY. • ProMtWmt K. A. Hrynn of the Washington Agricultural eollaaje at t'ttiiiuun. who wm in the city yes* tarda/, sayi that the college needi more money nntl that when the log lalature oonTenM a request will bo made for a deflolencj appropriation of IIC.OOO. \Vallaeo. Idaho —The Jury In the j Henry l,uue minder trial returned ft verdict of not guilty. Threats by I the victim gave ground! for the I aeUUlfttoaftft nlea. 1 THE SPOKANE PRESS: SATTBDAY, DECEMBER 6, lf)02. SHIP BURNS. PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 6.—The steamer Saxon was burned at her wharf this morning, together with her cargo. One fireman was drown ed and two others were Injured Five sailors were overcome by Smoke. i ■ ■ NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 6. —The registers of the leading hotels [are filling rapidly with the names' of eminent medical men and public health officials who have come to attend the annual meeting of the American Public Health associa tion. The sessions are to begin Monday in Tulane hall and will continue through an entire week. TO GRADUATE IN JANUARY. The High school commencement exorcises will he held Thursday evening. January 29, to be preceded jby the usual class exercises, includ ing a reception and banquet by the ! class next to graduate. The speakers for the commence ment are: Flossie Abernethy, Rose Hutler, Arley Geesey, Wiiliam Hoi den, Clara Hughes. Junia Marlow, Daisy Myers, Haylett O'Neill, Ethel j Person, Lily Raught. j The following is the roll of tho I senior A class which graduates this term: Flossie Abernethy, Georgia i Barnhart, Louise Bungay, Rose But j ler, Frank Brown, Elsie Dore, Vie- Itorla Duvall, Arley Geesey, Willlajn illolden, Clara Hughes. Mary Huf"- I man, Helen Jackson. Junia Marlow, Clarence Mueller, Daisy Myers, Haylett O'Neill, Ethel Person, Lily ' Uaught, Pearl Rhodes, Louis I Thompson. Ernest Trowbridge, Em ima Vollman, Nina Williams, Edgar ! White. NEW CHURCH. SAVANNAH. Ga., Dec. 6.—Dis tinguished priests and prelates of the Roman Catholic church aro gathering here from several state to take part in the ceremonies to morrow which will accompany the laying of the corner stone of the now Sacred Heart church. QBRALDIN 10 FARRAR. ENDS TONIGHT. The Catholic fair will conclude tonight and it is expected that tho largest crowd since the opening will be in attendance. Voting] for the young ladies now runs in favor of Miss Hannah Nagel and Miss Catherine Daley. Helena Casey, who It ads with 197 votes, seems at present to be the handsomest baby. SEVENTH CONCERT. The Inland Empire band will giVO I its seventh concert at the Spo kane theater Sunday evening The organisation is doing genutnel) high class work at each succeeding concert aud a thoroughly enjoyable program may be expected There will be the usual number of specia l events. Portland. Ore, A determined ■tand is being taken by the police court officials against tho iullttx ol i thugs. DOCTORS. [ Scfentifle Electricity. Electricity, ;orrectly ipplied s the nost jowerful md effectiye biuauw agency known to modern science. The only correct method of apply ing eleotricity for the cure of those chronic ailments' which medicines do not reach is by means of the static machine. We have the largest and best static machine in Spokane, with the finest X-Ray apparatus in the northwest, and by means of this model equip ment we aro successfully curing Varicocele, Stricture, Enlarged Prostate Gland, Bladder Troubles, Seminal Losses, and a host of kin dred ills. A positive guaranty of cure in every case. OUR HONE TREATMENT is always successful aud If you can not come to our ofllce, write us fully and frooly concerning your case. Send for our free book. Con sultation in person or by letter free to all. Progressive Medical Assn. 122 Mill St., Opp. Telephone Ex change. Spokane, Wash. Why Do Business In the Dark? When You Can Have Daylight Stores By Using PRISM GLASS Sold by Jones & Dillingham. Agents for American-3 Way Prism Co. Information and Estimates on Application. TEETH Full 55.00 Set Gold Crowns , $5.00 Silver Killings 50 Painless Extracting 50 All work guaranteed for 20 years. A specialist in charge of each department. Philadelphia Denial Parlors, 10-11-12 Wolverton Block, Over W. U. Tel. Co. $10, $12 and $15 Trimmed Hats Only $4.95 each Jodofn&Davies Cor. Riverside and Post Select Your Style and Quality and the Price will be Right at HELLMANS SEE OUR $5.00 HAT. 822 RIVERSIDE AYE. YOUR HO'iF.r WILL GO FARTHER PURCHASING TOUR XMAS GIFTS" THE TWO-BIT STORE 926 SPRAGUE AYE. No article in this store for more than 25 cents. Biggest values fur two bits and less ever offered in Spokaue. See our im ported china, dolls, toys, etc. • e.S E A L S. «c $24° RUBBER STAMPS 10c per line. mmt SIAHP WORKS. Auditorium ltuig. SPOKANE DETECTIVE AGENCY ANDM ERCHANTS' POLICE. Detective business and contideti tial investigations. R. QsmmrlOj Phone E. 3953, W. S. Stauffcr, Phone E. 2696, Principals. Headquarters, 2is Temple Court, Phone Main lii. J.<i.»avlsSßro Fine Groceries and Provisions Cor. Howard and Sprague Telephone Main 130 Our SAUER HRAUT is the BEST made. Our MINCE MEAT is HOME made. Oranges Lemons California Grapes Choice Bellflower and Spitzenberg Apples NtltS of Every Des cription in abundance. SHIRTS TO ORDER We manufacture to order Dress Shirts Negligee Shirts Night Shirts Pajamas A very large assortment of Imported fancy shirtings car ded in stock. Wilson, Sullivan & Co. HATTERS AND HABERDASHERS. 713 Riverside Aye. Tel. White 758. Letterhead! Billhead. Statements Koteh*»d« Xnrelope. Invitation. Brief. Abstracts X*ff»l Blanks Po«t«r» Dodfrer. Streamer. ....Tne.... Quick Print Phone Mala 947. rwsK b. auoa South • Post St. Sols Areata of the sTeiaioh Typewriter Process for Spo kane, Wash. Washington Brick, Lime & Mfg. Co. WHITE LIME CLAY PRODUCTS Ist and Stevens, Spokane PIANOS AND ORGANS Prices and terms lowest ever of fered. Send for Illustrated catalogue. The mmt ... Business college DIB YOU KNOW that there are more demands made 011 this school for stnourtipuers than it can supply? Over SOU student* last year. We expect moie this year. ENROLL NOW. It C. BLAIR. Principal. Read This ,„ and pro test nnrsetves ag-iinst ad versity mid Old em, The Co Oper ative Investment Association beyond any question of a doubt offers ttie Kmndeat plan that was ever present ed t.> iiu- American people to secure n home, to pay off a mortg-affe, to obtain a pension or tv come into pos aeealon of a paid-up policy. Call on or address ANDBEW J. UAH .;. State Manager, Uoonm 70-71 Jnatleaoa lilk., Spokane. PUoue BIUO 750. GAS CORE Is tHe best fuel for Furnaces and Coal rVang'es. One Ton of Cohe is equal to one and tHree quarter cords of wood, or a ton and a quarter of coal. Once used always used Trial order $6.00 per ton. SPOKANE GAS CO. 806-810 Sprague Aye. Tel. 305. E. F. Cartier Van DLssel, Manager. Tel. No. 441. P. O. Box 1821. Manufacturers of LUMBER. LATH MILL WORK, DOORS US SASH. Bar and Bank Fixtures a Bpcclalty- Spokano, Wash. A STRONG PULL is a very desirable thing at times. Our facilities for supplying build ing material are practically irre sistable. We have an unusually large stock of lumber and, with the aid of our factory, supply orders for complete house bills almost upon demand. Let us figure with you. WASHINGTON HILL COMPANY, Modern six-room dwelling on Indiana aye., half block from car line. This is a snap. Chant Music Co. WESTERN TRUST*™ INVESTMENT CO. 1718 Jamicson Block. Tel. Main 323. Several Leading Makes of Palouse Land Co. We have the best bargains ami surest returns in i'alouse lands that have been offered. Two miles north of Diamond. ItiO to G4O acres, heavy black loam, well watered, easy terms, |25 per acre. D. T. HAM, President Administrator's Sale. An elegant suburban residence, six-room house, stone foundation and cellar, six lots in bearing fruit trees and six lots used for garden purposes, wind mill, tank, barn and chicken house. l,and lies level and in a very good locality joining the city limits. Property must be sold to pay debts of estate. Price, $1400. PHIL T. BECHER ft CO., Exchange Hunk llldg., Hoom L Shorthand, Civil Service. Telc-g --rnphy, KiiKitsrt. Drawing Courses, Korthwe.t.rn :iu.lne». Collar*. So'J Second Aye, j*,. •«•• •. VYaah. NO DIRT! NO DUST! NO SMOKE! SUPPORT A HOME INDUSTRY The Saw Mill Phffinix Phone Exchange 10. A $1350-00 Bargain LET US SHOW YOU. 221 The Rookery, REAL ESTATE. CHOWDER'S BULLETIN Two new modern cot tages $1800 Three new modern col lages 1660 One new large modern house 3000 Ono new 8-room modern house 2250 One new 8-room modern house 250J Easy payments. A. S. Crowder & Co. 25-26 J.imieson BIX. Phone Main 3. IRRIGATED LANDS ON SPOKANE PRAIRIE CooK (EL ClarKe A-'a* 715 Riverside Aye. LI. MONFOKT 322 FERN WELL BLK. Phone R. 17»6. Rea. Phone W. 2xt. $200—Fine corner and inside lot, Union Park; abstract furnished. $900 —A block of five lots adjoin ing Corbin Park, on water main. Will sell the whole block or divide to suit you and give very easy terms. $1000 —Good five-room house, cor ner and inside lot on graded street, at good terms. $1250—Five-room house; stone foundation; cellar; city water; lawn; lot fenced: Mai ion aye. I have some nice lots in Fores! Park addition in block joining Mob l roe st. Fine location for a hums Come and see them. New strictly modern stone house 5 rooms, bath and toilet, good loca tton; price $21 Of 8-room modern house, bath, toilet excellent location; price $2851 .. 3-room house, good lot; price, ITS' Lots! Adjoining Hay's Park; level ami fine $20tl G. L TMICCT-WILLIAMS (0.1 605 Riverside Aye., City 20 LEVEL LOTS NEAR CAR LINES, $125 TO $175 EACH. C. F. CLOIJGH & Ct. 309 Empire State Bldg. Phone Main 304. Gardner & Gardner. Real Estate and insurance, 8 MARBLE BANK BUILDING. Tel. Red 4421. $3250—Fine six-room house In Heath's addition; graded street and sidewalk. $3000 —Eight room house. Heath's addition. $400—Corner lot. Heath's Fifth addition; water at cor ner. t intNori & ElßcNtrl, 321 Rookery Bldg. $1,500 I Half cash, balance terms: fl\M room cottage; large bam, holds ll head; near car lino; good location! 14500; a good investment; close M property. 1 V. S. DARIUSTT ft CO., I • Post Bt. I