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PRETTY WIFE FLEES WITH BLIND MAN WHOM SHE HAD DIVORCED Mrs. Mary Warren Orr, Hearing That Her Former Husband Is Blind, Helps Him to Escape From an Asylum. riNCINKATI. Jan. 80.—With all of her old Usee for the husband she divorced 12 years sgo_ reawakened by hearing .in account of the blindness which had overtaken him. Mrs. May Warren Orr. a'young society woman ot Piqua. Ohio, has su< eeedert in freeing Ixmis H. Orr, son of General W. P. t)rr. one of the wealthiest residents of Tiqua, from a private hospital in this city where he was conhned, nnd has fled with him. Orr is 32 years old and his wife is 30. They quarreled a good deal during the first months of their mnrnage and then Mrs. Orr shook society by begin ning an action for divorce. The divorce wns granted and Mrs. Orr went hack to her parents in Piqua. Orr and his former wife met often, but never recognized each other or had the slightest thing to do with each other. FIRE Chicago Makes Narrow Es cape From Another Holocaust. CHICAGO, Jan. 30.—Two hundred members of theatrical troupes which have been thrown out of engagements as the result of the Iroquois lire, were driven into the streets this morning Of a lire in the Grand Palace hotel on north Clark streot. Several rescues were accomplished with difficulty, only a few of the guests, the majority of .whom were women, having lime •to dress. The tire waa extinguished with out casualties. This is the second tire at the same hotel within two weeks. She weds a count f TAR IS. Jan. 20.—Miss Constance Uveimore, daughter of the Baroness Selliere and of the late Charles F. Livennore of Xew York, was married today to Count Odon de Lubersac. Count Odon is the brother of Count •tiny and Count Jean de Lubersac and is a noted dueljst. Last year lie fought a serious duel with Huron Henri de Rothschild. Though the De Lubersac family.is not wealthy it possess a fine residence in Paris and several country •places. His Fate was Awful COLUMBUS, Jan. 30.—Colonel nrice superintendent of the Central Ohio 'tlas company, in attempting to shut off the gas in a trench this morning was . buried in a cavein beneath 11 feet of earth. Tlie gas caught fire front a torch and the entire lire department liattled for hours to extinguish the spreading flames. Hrice was unrecog nizable when removed. CHICAGO AMD SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. Please bear in mind that we can give you service, and comfort, which, with our double track, rock ballasted roadbed, makes your jour ney a pleasure. Two trains dnlly each way, only one change of cars, and only three days to Chicago. Write for particu lars. B. D. BEARDSLEY, General Agent, Rooms 13 and 14 Jamleson Block. No. 1 shows a boy's suit of wool plaid. The belt is of white leather, the collar of white cloth is ornamented with eoutasb braid. No. 2 shows v boy's handsome velvet suit, of knick Six jnonths ago Orr, who was run down from business wot l ies, went to the Pacific coast to recuperate. It was while in Snn Francisco he realized tnnt he whs losing his light, and one day became totally blind. His father was notified and went to San Francisco. Tlie blind son was brought liack. but not taken to I'iqun. He was placed in a private hospital in this city, where attendants hail orders to watch him day and night for fear he would harm himself. Mrs. Orr heard of it and it had a noticeable effect upon her. Ijnst Saturday morning Mrs. Orr suddenly left her home, telling her mother she was going on a visit to relatives in Xew York. She sent her trunk ahead of her, but instead of going to New York came direct to tins city and put up at the St. Nicholas GEHER AL REN NENK AMI 'V. The celebrated Kroagcr pianos can be found only at Bowers' Piano Store, tOB Sprague avenue. Prices reason able and terms to suit. W. J. Holmes, janitor at the Northern Pacific depot, reported to the police this morning that he had an overcoat stolen from tho wash room. The Club Cafe always in the lead. Our 25c merchants' lunch with beer or wine from 11:30 to 2 p. m. as good as ever. Headquarters for steaks, chops, etc. I. Chilberg. manager. The Washington cafe, corner of Howard street nnd Second avenue, was entered by burglars some time last night and a quantity of cigars taken. Easy Work Soap—The largest cake on the market for 6 cents. No fancy wrapper—all soap. At times people find It inconvenient to look after their deposits and keep their Interest alive. This Is not the case with money deposited with us, for on such deposits we look after the Interest, crediting it up twice a year. We do this regularly, year after year, whether tho customer chooses to call or not. We prefer, however, that books be presented at least once a year. Spokane & Eastern Trust company. A Studebaker wagon, narrow tired, was stolen from the Idaho Land com pany some time last night. Do not buy a sewing machine until you get our prices and terms. We carry all makes for sale and rent on easy terms. Eastman-Jones Co., Inc., 333 Riverside avenue. The Red Cross Pharmacy carries the most complete stock on the North Side and is doing the largest busi ness. Call up Main 514 for your drug wants. A dainty toilet necessity—Watson's Clover Cream. 11. L. Shepard of El 9 Main Btreet reported at police headquarters thla. morning that his son had been robbed' of a watch Sunday night last in the Headlight saloon on Division Btreet. Boys* Suits. erbockers and coat, trimmed with white fur and worn with a white kid belt. Uuder the coat is worn a white silk blouse. Russia. Local Briefs. hotel. She didn't put her name on the register hut went to the telegraph office nnd sent this dispatch to her husband: "Have arrived. May." As soon M Orr got this message he began to get ready to leave. Under the treatment he had heen taking the sight of one eye had been partially restored, so he was not so helpless as when he fint reached the institution. After his nurse left him at 10 o'clock he packed up a dress suit case, and after fixing up a dummy figure in the bed, so that his absence should not be noticed, stealthily left the house. It is believed that Mrs. Orr was in waiting outside. At any rate, some where near the hospital the young wife met her blind husband. to whom she had not spoken for twelve years, and guided him to the railroad station, where they took a train going east. The Kaiser Is Angry BERLIN, Jan. 20.-Tlie kaiser ia angered at government officials for failure to make preparations for such an emergency as has arisen in Africa, where the natives are in revolt. He is personally supervising arrangements for rushing reinforcements and lias issued a call for volunteers. Several royal princes have volunteered among the tit st. The kaiser lias refused the later as not desirable, ruling that princes should not risk their lives. PEACE Roosevelt ThinKs He Has Reconciled tKe Factions. CLEVELAND, Jan. 20.-A special from Washington to the Press says ha the result of the Hanna Roosevelt con ference last night a treaty of peace between Hanna and Foraker may l>e looked for almost any day, as Roosevelt is anxious to make concessions to both sides and bring about a reconciliation. The Markets. LOCAL MARKET. There is very little movement on the loeul market. Coffee is going up a little. Hothouse products are some what hard to get owing to the diffi culty experienced by the growers dur ing the cold weather. .. .. EASTERN MARKETS. As reported by the Coe Commission compu ny: Chicago. Wheat— Opening. Closing. May $0.89% $0.92% July 83% .64% Corn— May 49% .60% July .48 .48% Oats — May 41% .42% July 37% .38 Pork- May 13.17 13.25 January 12.95 ..... Minneapolis. Wheat— Opening. Slosing. May $0.89% $0.90% July 89% .89% SOME SNAPS that draw the crowds to our great January Clean up Sale. The most for your money here now. A Cleanup Cut in Coats Ladles' Coats and Jackets, One-half Price—All this season's latent styles and fabrics included in this sale: Coats worth $100.00 for $50.00 Coats worth $60.00 for 936.00 Coats worth $40.00 for 920.00 Coats worth $20.00 for 910.00 Coats worth $15.00 for 97.60 Coats worth $10.00 for 96.00 A Cleanup of Kimonos Ladies" 91.75 Kimonos, 95o—Tomorrow we place on sale a nice line of ladles' flannelette kimonos, in light and dark colors; all sizes; worth up to $1.75. Bpecial pries, each Exquisite Lace Collars We have about 60 exquisite i arfl collars In black, white, cream and ecru, on special sale at one-fourth- off the regular selling prices; not an old one In tho lot, and no two alike. The $1.75 collars, special 91.33 The $2.50 collars, special 91.88 The $3.00 collars, special 93.35 The. $4.00 collars, special 93.00 The $5.00 collars, special 93.76 The $8.00 collars, special 90.00 DRY GOODSK THE SPOKANE PKERB: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 11M)4. WILL PULL "MACOUES" Police Prepare to Swoop Down on Worthless , Class of Men. The police departments of the state are preparing a grand coup which in formation says will be sprung sometime this week. The police department of this city has for the past few days been quietly sizing up the "macqsie' situation. In other words they have all thee fellows located, so that when the time arrives to arrest them obey can do the matter up in a harry and without too much expense. Thswr arc now in this city more of the low element than there has been in a long time. All those who live off the earn ings of fallen women have returned to the city until now it is simply in fested. Word is expected here almost any day announcing the fact that the courts have upheld the law regarding men living with fallen women. In a recent decision of Judge Bolt of this city this law was knocked sky high, and all the lewd characters returned to the city. The ease which the higher courts are now considering was sent up from Everett. Chas. Denby, Leading Diplomat In Peking Former United States Minister to < Ihina Miners Want Legislation INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 20. — The United Mine Workers at this morn ing's session adopted a resolution call ing for appeals to different state legis latures asking the enactment of lews compelling railways to pay half a cent per ton on all coal carried out of the state; also on operators for half a cent per ton on all coal mined, nnd on miners for one half of one per cent of their wages into a general fund to be used in building and maintaining a home for aged and crippled miners. DOWT WORRY. This is easier said than done, yet it may be of some help to consider ths matter. If the cause is something over which you have no control it is obvious that worrying will not help the matter in the least. On the other hand, if within your control you have only to act. When you have a cold and fear nn attack of pneumonia, buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy and use it Judiciously and all cause for worry as to the outcome will quickly disappear. There la no danger of pneumonia when it Is used. For sale by all druggists. 0n Special Sale. CHARLES DENBY. SEELEY DINNER GIRL TO BECOME A BRIDE NEW YORK, Jan. 20—Annabelh Whltford. once known as Annabel)* Moore, is to be married. The engage ment haa been announced, and frorr Twetity-thlrd street to Long Acre square the Rlattn hums with excite ment. The lucky man Is Henry Bias ing, manager of the H. Biasing Klee trie company of this city. Miss Whltford made her debut ns n skirt dancer In this city about 1( years ago. She 'at first was knowr simply as Anuabelle. Since that tim« she has occupied a prominent place Ir the life of the Rlalto. At the time ol .the Seeley dinner raid she cam« prominently Into public view ns thi young woman through whom the in formation was received that led to tht raid. OLDEST ACTRESS PASSING THROUGH THE LAST SCENE WASHINGTON. Jan. 20.—Mrs. G. 11. Gilbert, the oldest living actress, is so critically id her physicians tear that on account of her exhausted vitality she will not recover from the effects of her fall in the theatre a few days ago. Mrs. Gilbert, wiio up to tbe time of her accident was a member of tlie Annie Uussel company, was known to tlie stagegoers of two generations. Hers is one of tlie most honored names in the history of American actors ami actresses. Her charming personality, lier genial, lovable ways and natural felicity endeared lier to all, particular ly to those of the stage, Are You in Need of a Pair of BlanKets? Here is your chance to secure a pair of strictly all wool eastern or California blankets at prices reduced from one-third to one-half, nnd all on account of their being slightly soiled from handling. Our aim is to clean up our blanket stock nt the end of every season, and if you remember the phenomenal sale we had last year at about this time, and the ridiculously low prices at which we sold them you will not overlook this splendid opportunity. 35 Pairs of Extra Heavy Weight Mansfield Blankets—These nre soiled on the edges, caused by an accident which happened in our basement wureroom from the steam pipes leaking, and for which we consequently got an allowance from our landlord to cover damage done. But in order to close them out quick we will nut only give you the advantage of this allowance, but will also be willing to sus tain a loss ourselves. This makes it possible for you 4|Q to secure $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 blankets for, each VOC Hotels and lodging houses take advantage of this great oppor tunity. Olsndals Woolen Mills High Grade Blanket—Pull 11-4 size; all tape bound, also slightly soiled from handling; hnve beautiful fancy border and a fine soft finish These are marked to sell ut $4.50, but to close them, on account of their soiled condition, tf*o Oft we mark them for special tomorrow Ai-./O Some Twenty Odd Pairs of Medicated Bed Blankets—Guaranteed pure wool, both warp and tilling, but on account of their being slightly mussed and soiled on the edges from handling we mark these high grade blankets usually sold at An f| Q from $5.50 to $6.75 at only «|)<J. /O Santa Boss Sanitary Blankets—Pure all wool warp and tilling, full 11-4 size; also mussed and soiled on outer fold fl Q from handling; reduced from $7.50 to 94sTrO Standard Kersey Blue Blankets—Which you well know is one of the best medium priced blankets made, and which regularly sells for $3.75 per pair for the size of which we have a few Jfi ftQ slightly soiled nnd consequently price them at • "PIT" Is It! That great parlor card game, where you buy, sell, trade and yell until you corner the market. Pit, 50c pack John W. Graham & Co. SEALS for corporations, notaries, societies, etc. We are headquarters for these things. Workmanship perfect. SPOKANE STAMP WORKS . . P. 0. Building' • HOUSTON, Texan, Jan. 20.—The Texas Bunkers' association of the (first district held its aim mil meeting in Houston today with a large and repre sentative attendance. The business sessions, occupied with papers and dis cussions on live financial topics, were interspersed with features of elaborate entertainment provided for the visitors iby the bankevs (if ll* ii-on. She was a member of the cast when Olga Nethersole produced her sensa tional version of "Snpho" at Wal lack's, and It was then that she changed her name to Whltford, which really is her own name, Moore being the name of her stepfather. She joined "The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast" when that pantomime was produced at Broadway, and later became a member of the "Mr. Blue beard" company. During the Iroquois theater fire in Chicago, in which this production was destroyed, she was re ported seriously Injured. Mr. Hissing is said to have been de voted In his attentions for some time, and when the report that she had been Injured reached here he took the first train for Chicago. For many years Mrs. Gilbert wss one of the fine figures of the AugUStiß Duly Stock company. In the company with Ada Rohan, John Drew and James Ijewis she made many successes. In later years, after the disbanding of the famous Daly company. Mrs. Gil bert played as second to the younger women stars of the Krohinan organisa tions. For the last four years she had been associated with Annie Russel. TO CUBE A COLD TSt ONE DAT take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. B. \V. Orove's signa ture is on each box. 25c. When the representative of an outside house comes Into town and works among your customers you feel that an out rage ts being dons. That's Just the way we feci about buying calendars ami ad vertising supplies from eastern houses. Don't do it when you buy for 1905. Inland Printing Company 610-612 BFBAOUB, BPOKAHB. Ticket Office W7Ol Riverside Avenue. Phone Main 469. VKB XOTTTB OT TBB TXYTBB. BAST ABB WIR TBAXBB BVBBT DAT Bastboondi Leave, Flyer 9:20 p. ra. Leave, Express 8:50 a. m, Westbound: tjeave. Flyer 7:20 a. m., Leave, Express 8:00 p. m. For tickets and full information* •all on or addreHs H. 11RANDT, C. P. T. A. COMMISSION COMPANY. COE STOCKS AND BONDS, OBAIB ABB PROVISIONS. We Bays Over ISO Offices. References —176 statu nnd national banks. Our service Is the best. Out of town business solicited. Bpokane branch—Hasemeht Rook ery building, Howard und Riverside. B. X. ALUCit, Correspondent. A Lot of Couches Are Here for Your Inspection. Couches that are comfortable, couches that are durable, and above all couches that are , rightly priced. No other showing in the city' presents such an array of medium and low price couches. The one above is an example. Made with good heavy frame and carved feet, constructed on steel base, first covering over springs of heavy canvas preventing dust from coming through, tufted with patent buttons that don't pull out, and covesed with figured velour. A couch you wouldn't pass by if you are looking for some thing good at a low price. 00 Buy Nowi Pay- Lately Special for this week Suits, $7 95 Overcoats $8.85 For this week Special. New York Clothing' Co. 426 Riverside Aye. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. ABSTRACT OOMFAHT. Guaranty Abstract Company, incor porated 1897, J. S. I.lchty, manager, room 64 Jamleson block, Spokane. 20S-«« DETECTIVE AGENCIES. Tho Thell Detective Service Co. We do a general detective business In nil parts of I'nited States and Canada. Spokane oflice, 415 Empire State building. W. H. Swain, manager. Day 'phone Muln 1467. Night 'phone. Cen tral 277*9. 145 •! FACIFIO IBANSI'EE CO. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. Tel. 399. 220-0 DANCING CLASH. Georgia Stono Academy of Dancing and Physical Culture. Elks' Temple. Phone Main 1494. OHISOPODY. Corns, bunions, Ingrowing (uenalls painlessly removed. Manicuring. Mrs. M. D. Hill. 402 Mohawk. Tel. M. 2040. . 292-T PHYSICIANS. Dr. E. E. Loftier, physician nnd surgeon, office 219-220 Peyton block. Phones: Office, M. 994; res. M. IT4B. t, 19*8 i LOAN OFFICES. Owl Loan Office loans money on all kinds of Jewelry. 120 llowurd. 287-* All the Credit You Want CLASSIfItD ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOMS—HO HOUBEXEEFIHO. Hninlcr-Orand. Mia. J. C. Bit wait, prop. Finest furnished rooms In cHyj hatha. 81 1% Riverside between Post and Lincoln. Phone Black 205 177 0 TVBEXSKBD BOOM*. si i Nicely furnished rooms, single «'«s housekeeping; bath. Fourth floon Marion block. Tel. Red 671. Tran sients. 222 Ot TC« BEET—SOOHS. Threo unfurnished rooms fog housekeeping; bath, toilet, 'phOnS] electric light; $14 per month, Thona M. 2919. ii 4 3 Housekeeping and single rooms, sixth floor Jumteson block. 'I'hona Main 757. 64 U ro« SAEE—MOON HOUSE. Twenty-eight room house; termsv l'lease cull at room G Montana hotel. 60-« TOM BAZ.E—BfISCEIaEAHEOUV. ! llano Kor Sale -Krnnlch & ll.u b, good ns new, half price. Call be tween 1 nnd 2 or 7 and 8 p. in., 23 Riverside near Division. 60-4 AT CITY ■TABLBaV— All kinds oil lumber; four-foot tamarack and flr ties, $3.50 per cord. Tel. M. 10J. 5-»» TOM SALE- ElliL ESTATE. Hy owner, new house, 200 feet front ear line, six rooms and reception hall (dining room, parlor, kitchen, threo bedrooms, five closets and linen cloa et), toilet, hot nnd cold water, fur nuce. Terms by addressing O, Prcasl oflice. t BQintEM CHANCES. For Sale- ID-room lodging house 1 , good location, well furnished; cheap If taken nt nnee. Inquire W1221) Sprague avenue. 61-ft HOTELS. i HOTEL CADILLAC. An up to date European plnn ho. tel. Centrally located. 410 Rlverslda aye. Free bus to all trains. 270 'J Hotel Albert — Absolutely now, handsomely furnished European ho tel. Itooms. $1 and upward. Milliard room nnd bar. 827 Riverstdo avenua. ■ LECTROLYBIO. Mobs, pimples, wrinkles, superflU' ous hair permanently removed. Thin or faded hair corrected. Dandruff cured. N. Y. Elcctro-Thcrapeuutlo Co., 402 Mohawk. Tel. M. 2040. 1-ady operators lv at,tcudnncs. CAST-OFF CLOTHING. If you want the highest price for your old clothing nnd shoes, try J. C, Mctzger, 218 Main strset. 'Phono Pdack 2691. 830-9 FAWN BBOKSBS. Pnwn brokers and loan oflice. Wo lonn on lewelry, diamonds, watches, chattels, household goods, etc. P. lllckford, 338 Muln avanus. Goods stored. 193-0 VOCAL MUSIC AND ELOCUTION. Oeorgle Stono Academy, Bchool ot Opera, v"olce Culture, Dramatic. Art. Elks' Temple, l'hons Main 14*4.