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wanted in TAdOMA
TACOMA, Dec. IS.—The younf men
of Taeoiiu'. ere much wrought lip over
thc.jiropoi-.il to import somo 800 or
moJS> pretty girls from the BB! t os
brides lor the small arm. of eligible i
bacha tors here.
As a consequence, the matrimonial!
market- ljt on the boon,, and every)
mail trrtngs the names and addresses j
of fair and charming damsels tlk]
Postmastei Cromwell, who scene, by
common consent to have been made j
Custodian alike of honest hearts ami
Willing hands.
One 'o lee most business-litfc let- i
tcrs- r< Ived Is from a young lad}
in Troy. n. v.. accompanied* by a
Stamp and v photo (showing a very
pretty face. This maiden suggests
that she call a mass meeting of the
Dim no Is In Troy whom sue states
are Willing ti me weal ill the i
search Tor martini bliss.
Some of the Inquiries are from
blooming girls in the Brst blush of |
Womanhood, some from older maidens, I
FIRST CABINET
DINNER TO-NIGHT. I
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. — The
ficeite of the vist cabinet dinner to
he given by President and Mrs.
Roosevelt this evening will be vastly
different from that Ol last year. Some
dOUbt Was felt lest the Knst loom
should not be ri ady in time for this
most important social function of (lie
season, but by putting on a force of
additional workmen everything was
put? in (lie best of order.
More than 70 guests, an exception
ally large number, will,attend the din
ner. Besides the cabinet members
there will he present a number of
loading senators and representatives,
notable leaders of resident society
nnd a few especial OUt of town
friends.
MABBIAGE LICENSES.
A. hi Rogers to Minnie Boyles, both
of Plasa; Morton A. Bogart of SI. An
drews to Tlorciiee li. Kdwards of Spo
kane.
GROWTH OF UNION LABOR
IN SPOtiANE.
According to statements m ule Inst
evening nt Central Labor hall by
some of those who are prominently
connnctefh-vlth the promotion of
trades unionism, the progress of the
labor movement in Spoalme within
the past year ll unprecedented,
With t he oxo. pi ion of d few of
the International bodies, Spokane two
yours ago was one of the most poor
ly organised cities in the country
mill was advertised far snd wide as
tho very hotbed of non unionslm. Us
repui .1lion. however, lias so complete
ly changed thai national organisers
who have vistted the city have con
gratulated the trades council upon
tho faci that the work of organisa
tion is in n mors flourishing condi
tion here than in any other cltj in
tho country.
"Such Battering words," said the
Secretarj of the council. Horace
j'.rown, "coming from the lips of
men who have been thoroughly Iden
tilled with tile cause of labor for
many years, are certainly to he
prize,l. .\t Ho present lime every
nail is represented in the trades
council and He y are so completely
Organised thai a nonunion man is
Very bald to find."
.1. c. Dal by, organiser for the
THE TRUSTS G» THE PEOPLE WHICH?
1 1
Who, defying an adverse fate, have i
kept tin lr hearts receptive and lov- i
ling, cud so toe from widows whose >
souls still long for the i omradoshlp
and sympathy like that Which Used to f
it in the vacant chair and do the <
carving. il
| And now the Associated Charities \
jure considering a scheme whereby, !
jTaeoma-llko, money can be made out \\
of the would-be brides. Briefly, the!*
[ proposal is that each of the njtnf cm
did.itis make up a <'hri> tiuu<*-i«>x of •It
Ipurchasable articles or bonbons, plae- 11
Ing therein a card, with their names]]
and addresses and any description 11
or photo they wish. i,et them Inclose |
rm cents toi' a pledge of good faith 11
to Hie Associated Charities. Then i
a sale of the boxeH will be mat- to I
Single men only ,'it $1 each. Thus j I
[Introduced the couple could follow
lit up.
It is estimated that much money i
could thus lie coined for charitable
I work. 11
CONGRESSMAN BLACKBURN
BECOMES A BENEDICT.
WASHINGTON, Pee. 18.—Today's
wedding of Miss Louise 1.. Vaughan
Talker, daughter of Colonel Myron
i.. Talker, the millionaire capitalist
and former commissioner of tin Dis
trict nf Columbia, to* Representative
I lOdmond Inpencer Blackburn of North
Carolina, was given eclat by the pres
ence of a large number of congress
men, diplomats, department officials
and Other men prominent in public
life, together with thetr wives and
daughters. The marriage ceremony
was performed at high noon ;\,t the
home of the bride's parents in Ver-
| The trial of Key. C. P. Nickelsen
by the M. K. church has been post-,
poned lor a month mi a unit of Ill
ness in Mr. Niekelsen's family, only
one Witness was examined yesterday
: a ft crnoon.
waiters' union, slated that so far as
his work is concerned Spokane takes
the lead ol any city in the west.
"Kvcry restaurant,'- said he "with
the exception of those owned by Jap
anese employ union help and have
signed the scale."
The financial secretary of the coun
cil, E, S. Tolls, said that during the
past three months every one of the
unions has increased at least I per
cent, and fur the benefit of those
[who may lie desirous of learning the
actual standing of the dlfferi nt bodies
he has kindly submitted the follow
ing report to The Press;
linkers. Union, to members: barbers'
union, mi members; brewers' union.
,in members; bricklayers' union. BO
i members; etgarihakers union, lii
members; Carpenters' union. No. us.
350 numbers; horsoShOOfS' union, 25
I members) stonemasons' union, rot
j members; butchers' union. In meni
pbers; oleotrielans* union, so members;
Ishlngiers' onion, if> members; retail
clerks, i."ci members; broom makers.
'I .' member*; waitresses. ISO mem
bers; leather workers, 80 members;
plasterers, 36 members; plumbers, li.i
members; pressmen, to members;
iron moulders, 26 members; steel
metal workers. 36 members; Carpen
ters' union. No. 1080, 11 r» members;
back and buss drivel's. In members!
mm CLAUS COMES.
Five hundred children of nil ages,
classes ami conditions, brimful of
laughter and eyes bright with ex
pectancy, jammed tho mestatnne Boor
ol tho WhttehoUSe l'ry Goods com
pany yfesterday afternoon and as
many more were hurrying to tho
scene as the news was spread more
rapidly than tin- telegraph could have
done tiiat Santa Clans was making a
preliminary visit and Inquiry to the
children of Spokane.
a sure enough Santa, with jingling
sleigh hells and a bounteous tree, had
departed from the store and in an
hour or two sfterward returned and
witli him came the juvenile cohorts.
The excitement in the childhood
world was Intense anil up to the hour
•if closing tho kids continued to come.
Santa Claus gravely addressed the
throng and Investigated each child's
lie.ud for goodness, after which he
presented each, good and bad alike,
Willi a very pretty picture book.
The crowd was so deuce that one
little P,t was overcome and Hie man
agement of the store gave personal
attendance, after which she was
taken home,
The funeral of Miss Mertle
Symmes took place ut !i o'clock this
tnornlnK nt the Main Vvenue Catholic
church, Rev. Vcrhngen officiating.
Mont aye. The bride's only nttend
ani was her sister. Miss Kuiii Par
ker, and tiie best man was Senator
Pritchard or North Carolina.
Tho bride of today made her debut
four .■ears ago at one of the largest
teas of tic season. She is a tall,
handsome girl of the brunette type,
With regular features and graceful
figure. Representative Blackburn is
a native of Ninth Carolina, where be
was admitted to tic bar In 1890. lie
is now Serving bis third term In con
gress, ami is one of the two republi
can members from bis state.
i Mrs. Anna Strom died last night at
.the home of her daughter, Airs. Anna
ltllburg, -17 Crestline St., aged 78
i years. The funeral was held at 2
o'clock this afternoon at Smith
Co,'a undertaking parlors.
I musicians. 130 members; printers,
180 members; tailors, in members;
teamsters, 168 members; pattern
makers, 2d members; laundry work
ers, --'ii members; Spokane Federal
union. 230 members; street car em
ployes, lie members; waiters. 11 '2
members; brewery wagon drivers. 26
members; steam engineers. 60 mem
bers; stage employes. 66 members;
sign writers, 30 members; building
laborors, 116 members; bartenders, SO
members.
I "This ||sl Includes all tln> unions."
said Mr. Tolls, "with one or two ex
ceptions. It must not be Inferred
that because seme of the union--, have
only a membership of 20, 26 or 80
that they are te>t wa ii organised. Al
though they make a very small show
ing, they are thoroughly organised."
Most of the unii.es will hold elec
tion of officers at the last meeting
jof the year, an I efforts arc already
being put forth to have the positions
tilled by men who are the most cap
able of discharging the duties in
cumbent upon them In the most ef
ficient in.inner, so that should .ut;
hostile society spring into existence
the labor bodies »111 be undi r t he dl
reetion of men of nerve mil good
judgment, lusiaiiat ten nt officers
'will be held al the first meeting in
January.
THE NI'OKAHE PKEBtfi THI KSDAY, DECEMBER IS, I THIS.
MAY YOHL
LONDON, Pre. is.—in the bank
ruptcy court today the application of
May Vuiie. formerly Lady Hope and
now Mrs. Putnam Brad lee Strong,
whose sensational elopement nnd con
sequent actions are still fresh in the
public mind, that her evidence Iti the
suit against Lord Hope be taken to
New York was granted.
HANGED.
ST. JOHN, N. B„ Doc. 18.—Frank
Hlgglns, the most youthful murderer
in receive the death sentence In Can
ada, expiated his crime on the gai
loWS today.
Higgles, who was not quite 18
years of age, murdered a boy named
Ucherty, 14 years of ago. Tho two
quarreled over a petty matter, and
Hlgglns, who had a rifle in his hand.
shot Doherty dead and afterwards
concealed tho body. The crime was
witnessed by another boy. whom ilig
glns cowed by threats into silence,
'rhi' knowledge of the murder became
too burdensome to tho witness and
he confessed, bis testimony Anally
i convictltnf 11 Igglns.
STOCKHOLM INQUIRY.
The city council Investigated the
Stockholm last evening nt a special
sitting and much damaging testimony
was introduced. Attorney \V. .1. Thay
er for the resort tried to stop pro
ceedings by pleading guilty to the
bouse violating the law against em
ployment of women, but without
a vail.
According to the statements. Mr.
Thayer tried to gei 11000 from
Charles Jamleson, the recent alleged
victim of Alma QreeU, to save a
damage suit.
Eric Linden and a man named Pat
terson said they had been robbed In
the place. Captain ("overly testified
on the reputation of the place and
Officer Miles described the ways of
its habitues.
The ease was continued until Fri
day evening. '
MINING.
IflllllllUl
Development continues on the
White Bear and the Homestake.
Centre star and War Eagle ship
ments continue large, with the former
Increasingly s<».
i.ast week's production at the Le
Kid ami Centre star were larger than
tor many weeks. Over 7000 tons of
m c were shipped.
The u,uilp company reports prog
ress upon the tunnel recently com
menced. The ores continue to assay
Well and work upon the mine will
not be suffered to stop through the
winter.
The (Irani.y smelter will shortly bo
able to take the maximum amount of
water from the Cascade waterworks.
as the damage resulting from the
breaking of a valve tit the works will
be repaired wlth!s> two weeks.
Scanty coke supply Is sun trou
bling the smelter people at North
port. Only three furnaces of the six
are working. This fact probably In
fluences the Le Rot. which will not
likely increase its shipments during
I the coke shortage,
The Velvet mine has resume,! ship
ments, the Brat car of ore reaching
Northporl the middle ,i<; the we,-/
The management, owing t" tic <on-
Idltton of tiie wagon road, dla n>t
ship, hut now thai il is in line . SJpe
[again the ore will be moved rapidly.
The Vel set management states thai
• the last average of $jo a ton will
'he kepi up in nil the shipments.
The Horseshoe Basin Mining com
pany. T. s. Burgoyne president, just
located in the Hyde block, reports
thai some very high-grade galenas
an being taken out of the property.
Work noon the mine will lie con
tinued steadily through tie- Winter.
No ore is being shipped, hut its trans
portation and handling will he com
menced, it la thought, early in the
spring
i. Williamson Milne, chairman of
lie Kootenai and Nickel Plate direc
tors, is thoroughly Inspecting the
mines and Ills report will have much
hearing upon the company's future
[actions. Tests Indicate that the Koo
tenai ore is adapted to the pyritlc
method of smelting, A heavy ton
nage of the ore is now blocked out
and ils handling is now a subject of
consideration, The tonnage of the
[mine is now upwards of 45,000 tons
land will inn to 80,000 tons before
i the end of the year.
SMELTER ROAD
SUFFERS DELAY.
p*rom h condition of pleasant ex
pectancy the hope* of tho Bpokane
mining men who have been Interested
in the building of the railroad from
nr.mil r. to tin' Granby smelter
have been 1 flushed bj a serious delay
which tin' work has suffered,
As I.it.- us yesterday Hal .1 Cols,
Just returned from Grand Porks,
brought encouraging news, but this
morning it is learned that 11>«■ Great
Northern Railroad company lias taken
away its big force of nun unit will
now put the laying "t tin' smelter
j The distance to be covered was
something less than two miles and
considerable rock work on the road
ben had been done, with the result
thai the mine men's in i» ■ wi re much
rai:y '.I.
Several of the mines, tin- Tom
Thumb among thorn, have suspended
operations awaiting tin' arrival of
;tin' road to tin l Granby.
OOMINC* EXAMINATIONS.
The following olvll service examl-
Inations will be hpld in January;
Field matron, Indian service, salary
ijrtnii, for Klavajo agency, Artsona,
January 17,
Steward and storekeeper for At
lanta (Ga.) penitentiary, salary 1900,
January J7.
Jdcdtc.il clerk. psnStH oHloe, Wash
Don't Forget the Hardware Man
When Shopping for Christmas
Flexible Flier Sleds
Union Hardware Skates
Striking Bags, Foot Bails
Boxing Gloves
Rifles, Jack Knives
Safety Razors -Star and Gem
Andirons and Fire Sets
Chafing Dishes
Five O'clock Tea Keiths
Carving Sets
"Rogers" Silver Ware
LooK
over
this
list
iioiley, Mason, MarKs® Co.
FINE
PIANOS
AT LOW
PRICES
ON EASY
TERMS
Special Sales for
Holidays and
End of year. •
LOWF.ST PRICES—Cash or
Easy Terms.
Some good bargain! ir. slight
ly damaged and second hand pi
anos and organs.
Tiling and repairing a spe
cialty.. Work guaranteed.
605 nnd 637 Sprague Aye.
G. A. Hcidinger. Mgr.
the:
WRIGHT
STORE
...F0?....
ART
GOODS
AN!)
CHRISTMAS
NOVELTIES
Fa Be Wright sco.
DECORATORS
AHT GALLERiES
714 Riverside
Phone Main til 2,
You Need Help
tf you feel like this;
i.nss of energy nnd
appetite, general de
bility, short breath,
trembling hands.
( palpitating haart.
i pimples on face or
body, lack of self
confidence, low spir
its, pains to back,
loins or X ntiiehe, dlszim
.■I w. ikness of the
sexual system and unfitness for the
duties and the pleasures of life.

we can HELP YOU.
my can cure you, and you need
net pay us until you are cured,
our home treatment is always sue«
oessful. Write US folly If yon can
not call. Book and c ui.--ult.ulon free.
Progressive MedicalAssn.
122 Mill St., Opp. Telephone lCx
change, Bpokane, Wash.
Ington. D, 0 . salary I'.Un) and 11000,
January 17,
Msgnslna attendant, Lake Don
mark, N. J . salary |g a day, Janu
ary |0.
Bxpert freight rate clerk (male),
quartermasters' department) Omaha,
Neb., sulurj {1200, January IV,
mmmm lands
ON SPOKANE PRAIRIE
Cook CgL ClarKe Ag'ts.
715 Riverside Aye.
REAL ESTATE.
CROWDER'S
BULLETIN
Two new modern cot
tages $1800
Three now modern cot
tages 1550
One new large modern
house 3000
One new S-room modern
house 2250
One new 8-room modern
house 250J
Easy payments.
S. Crowder & Co.
28-24 Jatnieson Bin.
Phono Main 3.
Gardner & Gardner.
Real tsisie
and
iG&ircnce,
8 MARBLI BANK BUILDING.
Tel. Red 4421.
Pa!ci:se Land Co.
Wo havo the host bargains
nnd surest returns in Palouse
lands that havo been offered.
Two miles north ol Diamond]
K'ei to Glo seres, heavy black
loam, well watered, easy
terms, $26 per acre,
D. T. HAM, President
221 The Rookery
L. N. MONfORT
322 FERN WELL BLK.
Tel. lied 1786. Res. Tel. White 222.
$200 —Fine corner and inside lot,
Union Park; Abstract furnished.
$900— ,\ block of Aye lots, all
large lots, adjoining Corbln 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
to r and Inside lot on graded slreot,
at good terms.
I have some nice lots In Forest
Park addition in block joining Mom
roe st. Fine location for a home.
Come and see them. •
GET MARRIED
and buy this neat, new, modern,
up-to-date four room col la go, with
largo attic, furnished complete, in
cluding gas stove, electric lights
Bring your trunk and 1800; balance
$23 per month, no interest.
F. S. BARRETT & CO, 5 Post St.
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
iOB Montvale BIK., cor. First and Monroe, SpoKane, Wash.
Tel. Post 816. Home Office, 3825 Albion Place, Seattle, Wash.
Must Have
a ipint
Do not postpone tho open
ing of a savings account sim
ply because of tho smallnesa
of your deposit. All things,
you know, must have their
beginning. The big things of
today wore the lit lie tilings
of yesterday. Remember, we
receive deposits as low as a
dollar.
The Spokane and
Eastern Trust Co.
(Incorporated.)
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
A
$1350-00
Bargain
Modern six-room dwelling
on Indiana aye., half block
from car line. This Is a
snap.
LET US SHOW YOU.
WESTERN TRUST AND
INVESTMENT CO.
17-18 Jamleson Rlock.
Tel. Main 323.
X*. - -rf
Six room modern house, on grad
ed street, close to car and school;
; price, $1400; terms.
I Seven-room modern house, on
hill, good barn and nice yard; price.
$1800; terms.
Five-room house. Heath's addi
tion, good location, price, $1250.
Two lots, corner and inside, in
Heath's addition, on car line; price,
$900.
PlflSL T. RECHIG S CO.
Room 1, EXCHANGE BANK BL'DG.
j New strictly modern stone house,
5 rooms, bath and toilet, good loca
tion; price $2100
8-room modern house, bath, toilet,
excellent location; price $2850
j . ,3-room house, good lot; price, $750
Lots!
Adjoining Hay's Park; level and
line $200
6. JL TAIKCT-VILIUnS (0.
605 Riverside Aye., City
20 LEVEL LOTS
NEAR CAR LINES, $I*> TO
$175 EACH.
c. f. CLOUfiB see.
309 Empire State Bldg.
Phone Main 304.
Hello!
New th c room modern house, fur
nished; built for a home; close in,
rent* for 135; price, f2200; easy
terms.
I
J. MONROE HEATON",
81-32 Jamleson lsuig.
2',;. to 10 aore tracts of good gur
den and trull land, near car lino;
part cash, balance time,
4 acres, OQ Sprague st. car line;
a bargain.
12 lots, 50x135, on Sprague aye.,
$30 each; part cash.
450 acres, Join city, f<>r 17.50,
120 acres in southern Oregon, $5
per acre.
Herkelrath & Smiilie,
Jlo Riverside Aye.
THAT'S ALL.
G. ORLIN SMITH
ABOUT IT.
NOTICE
PRINTING OFFICE
UP TO DATE
Second Floor MohawK BlocK
Telephone East 1874.
Silver filling 500
Teeth extracted absolutely with
out pain 50c
Seamless gold crown, 22k $5
All work guaranteed from 15 to
20 years, l.ady always In attend
ance. Lowest prices; beat work.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay.
NEW YORK DENTAL CO.
714V4 Riverside. Tel. Red 1641.
Dr. Haven White, Manager.
YOUR MONEY WILL GO FARTHER
PURCHASING YOUR
buys lix-robm house-, on Fifth aye,
one block from car line, desirable}
location; terms, $2>h> cash; balance
monthly.
f tiuMM & Elmcndorl
SPOKANE DETECTIVE AGENCY
AND MERCHANTS' POLICE.
Detective business and oonfldew
tiai Investigations.
Principals.
Headquarters, 118 Temple Court,
I'Uuno Alain -u'3.
Owing to the extraor
dinary demand for
GAS
COKE
we cannot fill any
more trial orders.
After....
Wednesday, Dec. 10
the price will be
$7.00 per ton.
SPOKANE GAS CO.
806-810 Sprag'ne Aye.
Telephone 305.
THE
LX&R
S. L. ALEXANDER. Manager.
TEETH
Full $5.00 Set
SPOKANE, WASH.
Select Your Style
and Quality and
the Price will be
Right at
HELLMANS
SEE OUR $5.00 HAT.
822 RIVERSIDE AYE.
"XMAS GIFTS'
THE TWO BIT STORE
926 SPRAGUE AYE.
No article In this store for
more than 25 cents. Biggest
values for two hits and less ever
offered in Spokane. See our im
ported china, dolls, toys, etc.
Jodoin&Davles
...FOR...
Handkerchiefs
...and...
HOLIDAY
NOVELTIES
Cor. Riverside and Post St.
$1,250
321 RooKery Building.
R i; n-lj;. Phone E. 3953,
\V. E. Stanffer, Phone E. 3H99,

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