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HE EATS OFF THE CLOCK. There are a whole lot of people Who are deeply Interested in the way a fighter diets himself when prepar ing for a battle. There are people In this city who have asked the ques tion with regard to Barney Mullin. the lightweight, who on January will attempt to hook it onto one Jolly Rogers, a coon, at Newport. Barney's trainer, Scotty Hume. Is a peculiar sort, and is always there with a ready reply to the inquisitive, who get personal in their questions ■Vtjlth. regard to his man. Tbe other dny Scotty wns asked the question, "What does Barney diet himself on?" This Is a most natural question ndw since the late "Kid" Parker took to the alfalfa diet and ended his fighting history thereby. Scotty scratched his head after be ing asked this question, put his thinker Into order nnd with a pro found look and never v smile, re plied : "Well. Barney don't do much In the diet line while training and never enters a restaurant." "Where does he eat?" "Oh," replied Scotty with a twinkle In his peepers, "he just goes to a tneat market and eats off the block." OTERDORF AND JACK RILEY. It hns been questioned here whother Or not Jack Overdorf is the lighter which the sportH of Lewiston claim him to he. True, he has walloped everything In the vicinity and has taken some of the chaps down the line In good order. It Is expected that In n few days he will make a match with Jack Riley of Walla Walla. Riley is a man with a pretty good history and If tt is this Hlley It Is the champion welterweight of the coast who will undertake to put a crimp In Overdorf's career. Riley Secured the title of welterweight Champion of the coast In '97 by de feating "Dutch" Thurston at Oakland, pal., and has met defeat only onco since and that at the hands of Mike Donovan In 1900. January 25 will likely he the date set for the Ovor- Rorf-Rlley match. , CORBETT MAS PEW MARKS. Young Corbett carries fewer seara perhaps than about any tighter you Pointed Paragraphs. The heart gets weary, but never gets old. Where there Is no hope there can be no endeavor. Honest, good humor Is the oil and wine of a merry meeting. To expect defeat Is nine-tenths of a defeat itself. The servile Imitation of others Is the true mark of a little mind. He Is a wise man who wastes no energy on pursuits for Which A)e is not tit ted. If you will be cherished when you nre old. be courteous when you nre young. Had wo not faults of our own, we should take less pleasure iv complaining of others. It Is not the place, nor the condition, but the mind alone that can make happy or miserable. I A POETS SOUL. (Kor The Spokane Preee.) [Across bta soul the rainbow spans, 'Amidst those colors iti wonder he stands; Wrapped in bright visions ho can sec U'hat verge, the beauties of Eternity, lly the rivers with their ceaseless (low, (Watches the dark green verdure grow, From sighing pines to where prairies r..|| [Are among the thoughts in a poet's soul. Tie lliuht of an eagle to flint of a bird In the rustle of leaves, all whisper a word; Front a dizzy crag to falls from a crest, Are Mghts and sounds the pod loves best. Sun ami moon, their beams reach his heart. The face of a beauty makes his blood start; iW'hile the chirp of a squirrel, song of a bird, The loud peals of thunder, (ho poet is heard. Q'ree ladoned boughs that bent to their top, Festooned in fancies to His crystal drop. From a silvery splash to an ocean's •lull roll, JThc whirlwind and desert arc all in his ' soul, Bering, with it's blooms, are buds to his life, Wal l ing odors that dull the world's "'strife. Willi fancies wide as the heaven's blue scroll, (Many times the poet gels lost in hi) soul. IDAHO POET, 1 nin Monday,— ''Boiled Dinner Hay," \\ hen Hid Ituss eats t!<i\vn town, And the Madam's "away" Tv eallera that come, Jua| to Hec if hlic'b "home;" Their own washing souring, Aspiring to roam In rhino of "line ladies,'' \\ iiu "nothing to do,"— They give me n pain. Don't They Rive it to you? Ayers Cherry Pectoral yVsk your doctor if this is the medicine that cured his hard told. Doctors have used it for pver sixty years. can think of. Even some of the so called fast clever boxers present nn occasional "cauliflower" ear, or a broken noso or an enlarged finger point. Young Corbett has none of these marks of battles. His face Is as smooth ns a seminary girl's and there Is not a pimple on his hands. Just to look nt him he Is the last man in the world one would pick out for v world's champion, who had fought his way to the ladder by giv ing and taking stinging wallops. ADIOS TO UMPIRE COLOAN. Is the Northwest league to lose Colgan, the old P. N. 1., umpire? It seems so. The Pacific National league is after his services, and it is reported has them cinched. The P. C, 1., has also secured the services of Carruthers. The two umpires whose plaoea will be filled by Colgan and Carruthers are Jim McDonald ami Rube Levy. However, Jack D'Connel of last year's staff of Coast umpires will be retained. INTERNATIONAL REGATTA. KALAMAZOO, Mich., Jan. 18.— Fleet Ice yachts from New York. New Jarsey, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Canada and various parts of Michigan will take part in the international Ice yacht regatta to begin on Gull lake tomorrow. The Kalamazoo lee Yacht club, under whose auspices the re gatta is to be held, has completed all arrangements and tho prospects are bright for one of the most suo eeastui events of the kind ever pulled off In America. Besides the race for the Stewart International trophy for boats carrying not over 850 square feet of canvas, there will bo several other events of importance. BOBTON, Mass.. Jan. 18.—."Kid" Carter, tho rugged and cyclonic light heavyweight of South Brooklyn, will undertake to defeat Joo Choynakl, the veteran California heavyweight, at the Criterion Athletic club tonight. Carter never worked harder for a coming tight, ami both men will go Into the ring In nearly perfect con dition. This will be thetr third meet ing and if their two former engage ments may be taken as a criterion tonight's go should prove one of the liveliest ever seen In this vicinity. Miss t'elene Gladys Hloch and Isaac 1.. White were married last night at temple Emanu-E] by Rabbi Bloch, the father of the bride, TETUAN AND ITS PICTURESQUE CORN MARKET Tetuan, Morocco: Tetuan is one of Ihe most Moorish cities within the route of the ordinary traveler. It is situated a few miles from the sea on the Wad Marlil, in a beautiful anil fertile valley. A great lumber of very old Morrish families settled here after lieiiiff driven out of Qr-entde in HQ2. nnd their do scendanti mill hold the handsome houses and gardens that adorn the town. Through th* host houses natur al stream* of fresh water run, for the position of the town makes it splendid ly lUppUsd with water. Meat of the streets arc ol tho usual narrow and dirty type, hut the Jew t c >r«r o* . M Lewell, Mm* OHOTSBII AMD CARTER. ••• c • Jimmy Cullins. JUST A riW NOTES. Who saw Lee Myers at the mas querade ball? I did. Ach, vat a costumes, yet! O'Brien and Ryan are now using the timo-honorcd advertising scheme of quarrelling over the referee. Oh. oh. O-o-o-o! Ouch! It was Morphine Clarence that made all that noise. One would have thought he was hurt, but he wasn't, not tlie least bit. His horse had stayed behind to eat mud. Just like Dirty Dora, you know. Hut ho shouldn't have holler ed in that way. The method of sep arating him from his money was as painless as any lead-pipe man could devise. "Dummy" and "Silent" Rowan are In the city. These two fighters want at somebody In the middle or feather divisions. The poolrooms lost all of $7.67 last Saturday. HARD THEE AHEAD POB GRIM NEW BEDFORD, Mass., Jan. 18.— Followers of the ring are predicting a Waterloo tonight for Joe Grim, the Italian middleweight fighter of Phila delphia, who has succeeded in stand ing off all the fighters he has so far met In limited round bouts. Tonight, before the Warren Athletic club of this city. Grim will mix It up In a 15-round bout with Joe Waleott. the welterweight champion. Waleott has trained faithfully for the event and declares confidence in his ability to stow away the I'hlladelphian before the bout has gone half the scheduled distance. LEAGUE MEETING RECORD. Saturday's meeting of the baseball men was one of those rapid-fire af fairs—took them just 45 minutes. It will soon be time for the baseball fans to oil their pipes, clean the old horns nnd prepare some hot roast to hand to the players when they make any of those punk plays. HIS HARD UT PLASTER. Jimmy Britt now has his "good right" In a plaster of parls cast. The cast encircles his forearm, a bone in which he damaged In his fight with Martin Canols at Colma. He wtu be compelled to wear the cast for nt least two weeks. Jimmy is already telling how he will do It to "Young Corbett." Four Years for Incest. Charles Qulgley, aged 38 years, was today sentenced to 4 years imprison ment ii the penitentiary, tor the crime of incest upon his niece, daughter of his sister, December •>, 10QS, The rase was tried before Judge Richardson on December 19, DISLOCATED HER SHOULDER Mrs. Johanna Boderholm of Fergus Falls. Minn., fell ami dlalooatod her ahouldor, She had a surgeon get It back in place ns soon ns possible, but it was quite sore and pained hor very much. Her son mentioned ttiat he haif seen Chamberlain's Pain Ralm adver tised for sprains and soreness, and she asked htm to buy hor a bottle of tt, which ho did. It quickly relieved her and enabled Iter to Bleep, which she had not done for several days. The son was so much pleased with the relief It gave his mother that he has since recommended It to many others. Kor sale by all druggists. Ish quarter is cleaner and more reg ular. It is an excellent place to study the work of the native gunsmiths, inlaycrs, slipperiuaUers, embroiderers, tanners, putters nnd so forth, for those fount! here are much more the real thing than in Tangier. Fertile surroundings make the corn market the retort of thousands of Moroccan types, both human and otherwise. The market is not reserv ed tor era in only, hut rattle, poultry, mules, donkeys ami other stock crowd i' c square, Of all places, excepting perhaps Kcs itself, this is the liost spot to art a comprehensive snapshot of Moorish life, THE SPOKANE PRESS: JKQffDAY, JANUARY 18, 1904. G 0 L D D R 0 P F L 0 U R Ask Your Grocer for the Above. Every Sack Guaranteed. If you find after giv ing same a trial, using at least three-fourths of a sack that it is not as we represent.—return the balance to your grocer and he will refund your money. • • « • T W Iwse • • CENTENNIAL MILL GO. Port Vine Tonic Full quart 75c Full half gallon $1.25 Per gallon 92.25 As a strength-producer this tonic never fails. Beer Keeps One We 11... It is a noticeable fact that those who brew beer, and drink what they want of it, are usually healthy men. But drink pure beer —Schade's —as it is just as easy to get the best as to take an inferior brand. Schade Brewing' Co. CORNER FRONT AND SHERIDAN. v PHONE MAIN ill. Claret, 10c and 20c per bottle. Full Quart Port, 35c. Full Quart Whisky, 75c. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Phone Main 731. Mill and Sprague NELSON'S Spokane's Great Bargain House. Clearance sale Prices For 30 Days. Big Reductions on Clothing, Dry Goods, Millinery, etc. Cor.Sprague and Monroe Oregon R. R. & Nay. Co. OrejM snort ! lie R. R. inlon Pacific R. R. ONLY LINE EAST VIA Salt LaKe and Denver Steamship tickets to and from Europe and other foreign countries. Daily Spokane Time Scnedule Hally Pop. Effective Dec. 14. 190 S. Arr. 7.16 FAST MAIL—To and '•'"'from Coeur d'Alene dli- A. M. tri.-t. Fsrmlnston, Uar-i field. Colfax, •rullman.l •M oec ow, 'Pomeroy, Wtltiburi, Dayton, j Walla Walla. Pendleton, S Baker City and ell points ° ! <>o KAST , P. M. . EXPRESS—For Farm-j 4*Ol/ |n Kton, Colfax, Pullman,! _ „ 1 Moscow, Lewiston. Port land. San Fra a 0 Iso 0, j Baker City and all points EAST. EXPRESS—From all; points EAST. Baker City, Ban Francisco. Portland. II Co! fas, OarOeld and M :4] Farmlnaton. A. tt ■Except Sunday. SHOUT LINK TO CALIFORNIA. San Francisco - Portland route Steamers sail from Alnsworth dock. Portpand. st i p. m every Aye days GEO. J. MOHhBH. Qen. A K t «I 0 Riverside Aye.. Spokane. Wssh TeleDhune Main lit Exchange National bank Or SPOKANE. Wash. Designated Depository United States. Capital »250.0u».00 Surplus and undivided profits $17».5»8.»I K. J. Dyer, president; Charles Sweeny, vice president. (' K. Me- Broom, cashier, \V M. Shaw, assist ant cashier. TIE TINDERS' NAION/U BANK Of Spokane. Wasli Oldest bank In th* olty Capital, $too,Oos. Ofllcors — Alfred C'/oltdite. president; A. Kuhn. Vice, president; Chi lies S. Kit Inge. cashier; J. Rimer West, assistant cashier, Directors Alfred Coolldse, A. Kuhn. M M. Cowley, l'atrlck I'lark. Jurni'j Monaghan. DURIIIN, ...WE SOLD... 409 Tons Gas Coke Next to gas, it is the cleanest fuel and the only substitute for hard coal. Once used, always used. $7 Per Ton Gas Company Oxford Turf Exchange Commission Placed on Staltle and Kastern HACKS. rIVK ACRE TRACTS POB BAX.E, M'CIEA St HEBBTWEATHES, Northwest Corner SprsKtie and 11 >w ard. Tel. 3»6. Rooms !s•s« Holland Mock. 7ir> Rlvsrslds Avenue. Hours 10 a. m. to It, 1:30 to i:3O. OF Last* Month 806 Sprague Aye. 11l Howard Street. Tel. Main 161. Bpokane. Wash. On Car Hue —Xssy Terms. DB. P. B. BYHItE. THE PENNSYLVANIA MORTGAGE INVESTMENT COMPANY Bargains Not Far From New Electric Car Line All in S. E. Addition. Ross ParK Lots Ito 5, Block 38, . $ 500 Lots 11 to 15, Block 38, . 500 Lots 6to 10, Block 39, . . 500 Lots Ito 9, Block 27, . 900 Lots sto 16, Block 41, . . 1200 Lots 2to 4, Block 42. . .400 Forty Lots, . . . $40C0 OFFICES . . 515 MILL ST. For Rent New 5-room house at 01211 Howard street, only 10 minutes of Riverside and Howard. 10-room house, close In, three sinks, toilet, city water, etc. Two rooms, close in; four rooms, close In; three rooms, close In. For Sale New four-room house, toilet, bath, etc., $1800; $200 cash and $20 per mouth, including interest. This house is O. K. E. C. SNODGRASS 70 Jamleson Block, Bpokane, Wash. $1,55©...» mmain Stevens St. 7-room house, barn, large corner lot, asphalt walk, graded street. 1 —■■■ The Big Bead Land Co. Mobs i m i ziei.tr 511. Come Early. 160 uteres. 10 miles from •poksne, flSOO; 40 acres cultivated, balance timber, spring, some orchard. MOODY Basement Jam!seen Blook. 91,650. Large 8-room house, bath, hot and cold water, open fire-place, corner lot, two blocks from car line. Terms: $175 Cash, balance easy. Elmcndorl & Elmendorl Phone Main Bft. tax lesaeaj. If you want property of any dls crlptton In Heath's Addition I can supply you ut low prices and easy terms. I make a specialty of prop erty In that part of the city. FRANK. OLNEY Offlce, 815 Post. Phone Main 910. llcsidence. 10124 Indiana Avenue. We can loan you money on furni ture, lodging house* and chattels; any amount. HEEII.I.RATH k BXILLHI, 31S Hlverslde. 'Phone Main 18*4. 320-acre timothy range for Bale at 130 per acre; all In timothy, best of soil, live miles from railroad station. 21 rooms, lodging house, central lo cation, first class; will sell cheap or trade on city residence. LICTHT 3> CULTOH, i'it Jamleson Mock. Phone M. 1291. TEETH Full $5 Set Painless extrdr-tlng 500 Silver tilling 800 liest 22 karat gold crown and bridge work $5.00 \* a employ eastern specialists only ai.d give a written protectivo gu*r ant** for 20 years. Examination and consultatloa free. Philadelphia Dental Parlors. Room* 10-1115 Wolverton Block, Spokane, U nk Over Western Union 'i'lilegrnpu Utile*. WE ARE SELLING AT Five-room modern house, East P»" clftc avenue, good lawn, graded street, fruit trees and good barn; a fins home; $9000. Five-room house, West Mission avenue, strictly modern and up to date; cheap at the price—s9ooo. Five-room modern house on Boono avenue, $3400. ..Five-room modern house, close to center of city, $2300. Five-room house, on Knox avenue, iiaoo. A. M. Brandt & Co. no mm st*—t. Ruinmaje Sale! Two small houses, three lots, elty water, 27 bearing fruit trees, close In $49*lM Four-room house and valuable lot. Fifth and Division $1049.97 Fine city lots on easy payments— $4-98 a month will take one. BROBERG & SCHULER, Under Old National Bank James B. Gray Stevens Street and Sprague Avenue. 'Phone Red Is. $3750—New six-room modern house, shade trees, lawn, hen house and yard; this is a beauty and, must be sold within 10 days. $1060 —Splendid four-room cottage, on East Nora avenue, lawn, shade trees, graded street, as phalt sidewalk, lot 50x142. In buying a lot, consider, first, its distance from the business centerl Don't par high prices In boomed additions! See us for low priced lots close la. Special bargains on the North Side, J. D. SHERWOOD, 12 Sherwood Bldg. L. K. MONFORT 323 PernweU Blook. Offlce TeL M. 1073. Bee. TeL B. 5123. $1000—New B-roora modern house. College avenue; bath, toilet, hot and cold water, electric lights, stone foun dation, cellar, street grade, sidewalk and sewer assessments paid. Thin Is a special price for a few days only* $950. —5-room cottage, Effle avenue, city water; will make terms. $750 —6-room plastered house, atom) foundation, nice level lot; $100 cash, balance $50 per quarter, S per cent. ■S3 Greenacres The basis of all wealth Is real estate. A little money Invested NOWJ In a lo a> re tract of Irrigated land in the beautiful Spokane valley la better than life Insurance. It not only provides you a home, but given you an independent income while you live. Prices right snd terms easy. Spokane Valley Land and Water Company (18 ROOKERY. Only $3 to $5 per acre for thla land In Stevens county. It has a very rich soil; In watered by numerous running streams and springs. Has a heavy growth of grass and wild hay and la covered with light timber. It makes an ex> cellent outlay for diversified farming] or stock. Easy terms. Ashley-Burnham Land Co. Zl-24 Exchange National Bank Bid ft, WHY N0T..:.. call upon tha undersigned and inske arrangements to buy the best corner In Nosler'e Addi tion consisting of 100 x 142 feet. I will loan you enough money to improve the lot at a modest rate of Interest, providing a salo Is made lv the near future. JOSEPH tt ROBERSON, I aaj ( Bymons Block.