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LOU DILIiON, 158 1-2, CHAMPION TROTTER. ONLY PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN OF RACE BETWEEN LOU DILLON AND MAJOR DKLM AR. "ANTIKNOX'—THE STEW BRAND. ■f The baseball outlook in Spokane ls! gradually becoming easier to get a line on. For some time past it has been n very hard matter for any of the fans to really tell where they Br the team "were at" for the com ing season. But now all appears to tttive settled down, the hazy look has Cleared from the horizon. Manager Williams wears a continual smile and tho fanatics have once again com menced to fan with a vigor that has sjl those electrical. contrivances out In the first round. And when the robins roost again there will be base ball In this city that should be away ahead of that provided for the hun gering enthusiasts last season—that 18, In point of games played and sea son at which the particular heroes will be "at home" to their friends— the people with the lusty pipes. It Is Just a little bit early for base ball "talk" Just yet awhile. Tho smoking season ls stil some weeks Off. The dope ls yet cold at this sea- Son, mid It is not really fit for the pipe until the warm rays of the sun Can beat down upon It. Now, be it Understood this Is not "talk." neither Is It to be "styled" In the catalogue With the various brands of "dope." A new class will have to be started * la "light featherweight" or some thing. There's antidote, antltoxlne (which comes very high lately) and ante In a poker game—which also Comos "high" at times—and the only fray to style this guff Is "antlknox." You see, there are a lot of knockers In the city who are handling tho (olden sledge with undesirable care lessness and they do It gracefully, too. Come to think of it, there are not such a "many" of them here either, but one, or two, or three knockers. In a village like Spokane Can whoop things up until they will mako n good booster look like a can celled postugo stump on route horns to ifc. sender. TtTut for ths knockers! Manager Williams says Charles Iteilly has many applications from men whose skill lv the national gamo is well known and that some of these have already been signed. I.eaguo managers are still keeping under cover with their contracts for the reason they do not know how the peuee negotiations with the Pacific Coast league wt.i turn out. The out laws hold a meeting February 1. when they will determlnu whether they want to shout down the rain barrel of the minor leagues' associa tion or play In their own back yard. In case they decide to associate them selves there will then bo no more jumping of players. It is a queer spectacle of the asso ciation coming to the terms of the outlaws, but such seems to bo what will eventually como about. If tho fans of this city will Just ■Hence the knockers there Is not the least doubt In the world but what the present management of the team Will fiilllll all promises us regards a cracking good team for next year. A baseball park within easy walk ing distance of the business section of the city will be a great Improve ment on the old way of riding out to Natatnrlum park on the principle of "always room for one more fan add then another on top or sandwiched in between." A meeting of tho di rectors of the Spokane club will likely be held tho first of next month, when "It will be determined which of the ■lies offered the club will be accept ed. There are two offers of down town sites, both of which are vcr.v doslruble. Wedding Parly Became Posse in Pursuit of Rival Who Held Up Groom BIX'KFIELD, \V. Vs., .Tan. 29.- --'(auenlH at a wedding which was an nounced to tske place at W'illomton Friday are scouring ths hills, looking (or Frank Montyeo, who, at the point of s revolver, held up Jos. Miller and .forced him to surrender a license to BOUT WORST. This lit easier aald than done, yet It (nay be of soma help to consider the ■natter. If the oauae Is something over which you have no control It la obvious Uist worrying will not help the mutter In the least. On the other liund. If Within your control you huve only to aot. When you have a cold nnd fear an attack of pneumonia, buy It bottle of Chamberlnln's Cough Rem edy and uss It Judiciously nnd all eauss for worry ma to the outcome will quickly disappear. There Is no danger of pneumonia when It ia used. ffor aale by all druggists. WHAT'S DOING IN FUGDOM. Barney Mullin and Jolly Boxers In a mix with one arm free is the latest gossip around the sporting headcmar ters. Ben Wlngard of Sandpoint will very likely make these two fighters an offer of this kind for a limit of six rounds. Rogers ls now In the city, looking little the worse for his encounter with the Irishman. Ills kidneys suffered considerably, but aside from that he appears unmarked and uninjured. Somebody has suggested that Mul lin and Ooddard be matched at straight rules. If this can be ar ranged, Mullin says ho will take on Uoddard, winner to take all. The sports of the city say they will ad vance atlO note for funeral expenses to the Ooddard backers. "Silent" Rowan will likely be matched to fight Andy King at I.a Grande, Ore., after his match with "Kid" Ogleaby at Sandpoint, Febru ary 14, Barney Mullin is now after a. fight with Rufe Turner, who on February 10 tights Charlie Selger at Stockton, Cal. "Dudo" Lewis and Jolly Rogers may be brought together In the neur future. TOB A CITY LEAGUE. Next week Manager Owney Patton of the Coeur d'Alene alleys will com mence the organization of a city league, each team to be composed of two men. The plan Is to secure as many of these teams as possible and thus promote the bowling game as It has never been promoted In this city before. Bach team that enters will be required to put an entrance fee of 11 In tho "pot" and the man agement will hang up enough, which, along with the entry money, will make quite a desirable prize for the winning teams. Patton proposes to divide tho money (it) per cent to the winner. 25 to the second and 15 to the third. "Ever since these alleys opened we have mot with a very gratifying suc cess," said Patton last night as he doubled up like n Juekknlfe to roll one of those fancy balls with the back action. "Bowling might be called the rago In this city now— It certainly ls getting a wonderful play from people In nil walks of life. It's healthy exercise and the busi ness man after hours finds delight and rest in rolling the big marbles." For the rive High Ken. The regular weekly contests to de termine upon the five highest mon for the month will be held at the Coour d'Alene alleys tonight nnd good scores are promised. This contest will close them for the month and then the mon who for this month have rolled higher avernges than those making up the team at tho ond of December will take the places of the latter. Bowling at the S. A. A. O. Interest In the game ls growing apace at tho alleys of the athletic club. Their contests for the month are led by Bddie Kothrock. who took the lead on the start and has never been caught since. ABOUND GLOBE IN AN AUTO. NWW YORK. laa. 39.—Tho de parture of B. K. Bmather». the well known racing man. for Kurope today marks the beginning of what prob ably will be the most extensive auto mobile tour yet undertaken. Arriving at Cherbourg, Mr. Smathers will be gin on auto tour that will include tho greater pnrt of Kurope. Later he will tour Japan, and It is probable thai a trip across America from Sun I ia nclsoo to this city will complete a circuit of the globe. marry eleanor Nance, to whose affect ions he was a rival. The wedding party was awaiting the arrival of the groom. When he re turned minus the license the gursla, headed by Mis» Nance's father, started after Montyeo. Prominent builders ami contractor* declare that the strikes of the lust year have cost 11(10,000 in wages. We build and sell homes on small payments, balance like rent or srs loan money to build at |tt per oent. pay back monthly. All alsss. kinds and prices of property, all iiarts of the city, for sale; small payments, balance like rent. Don't pay rent. Huy of us und soon own your home. ZXOIABTA sfTO. k IST. CO., tit and 41$ Rookery. Jimmy Cullins. CONQUERING RECORDS. Few in the same brief time hays attained the prominence of B. E. Smothers of New York as a trotting horse man. Imbued from his infancy with a natural love for the horse as one of tho noblest of man's servants, Mr. Smathers has always counted the trotter his chief source of pleasure, but It Is not until very recently that he has been enabled to put aside enough of his business cares to fol low the game as he keenly desired. But when that time came he at once entered the lists with seemingly un limited financial means, and proceed ed to put himself upon a plane little inferior to that of Robert Bonner as an uplifter of the sport. Beginning upon the New York speedway, where his ability as a reinsman commanded Instant atten tion, Mr. Smathers gradually reached out for other worlds, and became well known throughout the east by his phenomenal driving successes in the Inter-city matinees, where he ranked as one of the best amateur drivers in the country. Smathers' entire ca reer in the turf world has been a thing of the past four years. Although he has maintained a stable In charge of professional train ers and has campaigned it upon the big ring, yet the public knows him as an amateur. He has done more for trotting than any othor man now Identified with It, with the possible exception of his friends. C. K. G. Billings und Thomas W. Lawson, both of whom have been shining ex amples to amateur horsemen. l.nter on ho paid $40,000 for Major Delmar for the express purpose of winning the Memphis Gold Cup. the major being of no use on professional tracks. Mr. Smathers' thoroughbreds are led by McChosney, the great horse for which he paid a small fortune last spring, ilia judgment in select ing a stablo of runners which could win, made last year though his Ilrst in tiie galloping game, a successful one. THEY AOTOAUY SO THE WORK. Tood Eaten Is Worthless YJMeaa Di gested—Some Stomachs Host Save Help. Food taken Into the stomach which, from the nature of the food or the condition of the stomach, is not di gested, ls worse than no food at all. This is it true statement as far as it goes and a great many dyspeptics go only this far with their reasoning. They argue with themselves that be cause tholr stomachs do not do the work Riven them, they must be given less work; In other words, they must be starved. It would be Just as sensi ble for a business man who Is nimble to do all his own work to cut down his business to his own capacity as It ls for a man to starve himself to relieve his stomach. Tho sensible bus iness man employe help and goes for ward with his business. Likewise the sensible dyspeptic will employ help for his stomach and give his body proper nourishment. BtUart'l Dyspepsia Tablets actually do the work assigned to them. They relieve wenk nnd overburdened stom achs of a great portion of digestive action. Their component parts are identical with those of the 'digestive tluids and secretions of the stomach and they simply take up the grind and carry on the work Just the same ss a good, strong, healthy stomach would do It. On this account Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are perfectly natural in their action and effects. They do not cauae any unnatural or violent disturbance in the stomach or bowels. They them selves digest the food and supply the system with all the nourishment con tained In what is eaten and carry out Nature's plans for the sustonanoe and maintenance of the body. How much more sensible is this method than that employed by many sufferers from weak stomachs. lty this means the body and brain get all the good, nutritious food they need and the mau Is properly nourished and equipped to carry on his work and perform bis duties. He could not possibly be In proper working con dition by starving himself or employ ing some new fangh>d. Insufficient food that does not contain enough nutriment for a year old baby. A strong man doing strong work must bo properly fed and this applies to the brain as well as the body. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, by re llevlnn the stomach of Its work, en able It to recuperate and regain its normal health and strength. Nature repairs the worn nnd wasted tissues Just as she heals and knits the bone of a broken limb, which Is of course not used during the process of re pair. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale by nil druggists at BO cents n box nnd they are the one article that the druggist docs not try to sell something in the place of that's "Just us Rood." Their unqualified merit and success and tho universal demand for them has placed them within the reach of everyone. THK &rOKAMK PJtKSSft vjff IDAI, JANUAEI if, 1904. Ayers Cherry Pectoral for colds, coughs, bronchitis, consumption. We have been saying this for 60 years. And so have the doctors. Ll*T T *~.: A Good Thing in the Morning We have an elegent new line of only the best at prices way below the average dealers. Striking bags up from.... $1.25 Boxing gloves (for set of four) up from $1.50 Exercisers 91.00, $3.00, $3.00 Dumb bells and Indian clubs, pair.2sc John w. Graham & CO. TEETH Full $5 Set Painless extracting 800 Silver filling 800 Best 12 karat gold crown and bridge work $5.00 We employ eastern specialists only and give a written protective guar antee for 10 years. Examination and consultation free. NIMNU KMI PARLORS Rooms 10-11-12 Wolverton Blook, Spokane, Wash. Over Western Union Telegraph Office. When the representative of an outside house comes Into town and wprks among your customers you feel that an out rags Is being done.- That's Just the way we feel about buying calendars and ad vertising supplies from eastern houses. Don't do It when you buy for 1905. Inland Printing Company no-ma avßAOva. sfokajtb. Why Suffer ...WITH-. Kneumatism when you can get Casey's Rheumatic Cure It's a New Discovery. It's guaranteed. Spokane people highly recom mend it. It's for sale At 511 and 914 Sprague Aye, Free delivery by call Ins Tel. Red 6011. Tteket Office Will Riverside Avenue Phone Mala 111. m BOtm or m tots*. BAST ill WaBT TmAXSTSj BTBBT SAT Bastboundi Leave, Flyer 1:10 p. m. Leave, six press I: to a. ux Westbound i l*ave. Flyer 7:lft a. m. Leave, Br press 8 00 p. m For tickets and full Information •all on or address U. BRANDT. C. P. T. A. Just to Remind You of An Important Fad A healthful beverage prolongs life. The proof of this statement is demonstrated by the long life enjoyed by people living in countries where Beer is the national bever age. You will know by its rich flavor and purity of taste. It is to be had where goodbeverrges are sold. Schade Brewing Co., is the Standard Wine and Liquor Store on the Pacific coast. For the past five years all other stores Bimply aim to be as good. Oood goods, big variety, fair prices. Union Rye Whisky, full quart 75c Tonic Port, full quart ... 65c Wines, a glass So Old Crow Whisky, a drink 100 Phone Main 731. Mill and Sprague. THE 8R00K... ...DROP 1N... IF IT S GOOD We have it. nifiST wini aeons n tbi cm. "NUF SED" 7 NELSON'S SpoKano'* Great Bargain House Clearance Sale Prices Tor 30 Days. Big Reductions on Clothing, Dry Goods, Millinery, etc. Cor. Sprague and Monroe The WarwicK Turf Exchange 520 Riverside Aye. Phone Main 544. Commission Placed on Eastern and Western Races. Port- Vine lonic post wnra, mow Aim Oregon OBAFE BOOT. Full quart 7Bc Half gallon $1.35 Per gallon $2.35 Bold 1m Jaffa Only. SCHADE'S BEER Cor. Front and Sheridan Sts. FHONI MAIN 415 DURIiINS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Cor. Front and Mill. MEI AND WOMEN. Dm Bag •* for u»u«twt»| < iMiIUK-oi or tlcataiioM ef mttCOBI ni*ml>riu<«. P*tnto**, ft lid out Ml tin . t Of polei>i!i>ti> I ***** Pi ■—IMB, or wal in j>Uiu •nofof. by •uprim. pr*B*t4, f«r •I 08. or 3 v. illr. BS.TB. CtfßßiM 888 l<M llMßffcs Oregon R. R. & Nay. Co. orefH Sfcort Llie R. R. liloi Ncttk 8. I. ONLY LINE BAST VIA Salt Lahe and Denver Steamship tickets to and from Europe and other foreign countries. Dally Spokane Time Bcnedule,Dally Dep. Bffectlve Deo. 11, 1003. Arr. 7.jc fast malL—to and »••*» from Coeur d'Alene dls- A. M. trlct Fsrmtaston. Oar field, Colfax. •Pullman. *M o■o ow. •Pomeroy, Waltsburg, Dayton. Walla Walla Pendleton, « „ Baker City and all points BAST. W. M. . _„ EXPRESS—For Farm -4:30 ington. Colfax. Pullman. —jm Moscow. Lewlston, Port w' land. San Francisco, Baker City and all polnta BAST EXPRESS— From all polnta EAST, Baker City. Ban Francisco, Portland, || . Col lax. Oarfleld aad":43 Farnslngton. ia. m. •Except Sunday. BVJIOST XOsTB TO OAXXTOBJRA. San Francisco - Portlsnd route Steamers sail from Alnsworth dock Portpand. at * P. m. every five days' GEO. J. MOHLER, Gen. Agt., «»» Riverside Aye.. Spokane. Wash Taleohens slain lit. For Rent New l-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. 91800; 1200 caah and 120 per month, Including Interest. This house Is O. K. E. C. SNODGRASS 70 Jamlsson Book, Spokane, wash Oxford Turf Exchange 111 Howard Street. Tel. Main 111. Spukune. Wash. Commission Daced on Seattle ami Baiters B A (' X 8 . THE PENNSYLVANIA MORTGAOI INVESTMENT COMPANY IIS HILL STtllT. Offers For Sale: 160 acres wheat land, on wheat contract,. . . . $400 cash 160 acres in Whitman Co., $5,000 160 acres in Whitman Co., $4,500 320 acres in Whitman Co., $8,000 $725 •••• Big' Bargain Sheridan street, close In, four-room plastered house, furnished. TIK Big BCO4 ÜB4 Co. teens 1 til 1 Ocflcr M. Two Great Bargains 100 acres, 10 miles from elty; Im proved; 40 acres In winter wheat; nearly all good land; price, $3400. 040 acres, $00 seres of whloh Is splendid wheat land; only six miles from railroad station; prioe, $a.so per aore. Tou should see this at one*. MOODY The Humphrey Gas Arc The Light That Lights m Candle Ptwer 25 ceils per Mr THAT'S ALL! Spokane Gas Company 806 Sprague Aye. $1,100 Three room house, stone foundation city water, cesspool, sink, electric lights, one-half block from carllne; lot 10x142. with m foot alley; good location. Terms 1100 cash, balance IIS per month. Ehnendorf & ElmeMorl The Sign of the "Red K." 11l Rookery Phone Main it. If you want property of any dis cretion in Heath's Addition I can supply you at low prices and easy terma I make a specialty of prop erty in that part of the city. FRANK. OLNEY Office. Slf Post. Phone Main 010. Residence, E124 Indiana Avenue. Some good residence prop erty to exchange for mason work. Call at HTIITiHTM ft ■BTH.I.rjl, Sit Riverside. 'Phone Main 1824. rm-iou tracts ros baxjb. Oa Oar Idas—Xaey Terms. BTCBEA ft HISBTWIITna, Northwest Corner Sprague and How ard. Tel. 106. A flne new modern five-room house, two blocks from two car lines, for 91860.. Also a seven-room new mod ern house In good location, two blocks from car, for 82T50; half cash and eus> terms. LIOTHT a OVX.TOW, it Jamleson Block. Phone M. lilt. You can says money by tsiephosj- Ins Main 1117 for anything tn ths drug line. Free delivery t» any part of the city. aTTsUaTU DIUO 00, MM North Moors*. -ALSO J. GRIER LONG. £OT*. Fine lot, on North Monro* street, easy walking distance; prtce, $<60. This is good property for s home or store. Lot on Indiana avenue, near Ham. ilton; a rare bargain. ciood six-room house. West Augus ta avenue, lawn, cellar, barn and woodshed, 11700. East Pacific, five-room modern, bath and cellar, lawn, shade and fruit trees, cement walks, good bam, 11000. A. M. Brandt CO. Co. bo mm st—t. fso Three-room house. Union Park, olty water, One lot; 1160 cash, balance to suit purchaser. SoSO—Corner lot on Dean avenue| $200 cash, balance to salt. BROKRG & SCHULER. Under Old National Bank In buy Inn; a lot, consider. 11 rat. It* dlatano* from tha baatnaaa cantarl Don't pay high prlcea In boomed additional See ua for low priced lota close la. Special bargains on ths North Bid*, J. D. SHERWOOD. 12 Sherwood Bldg. L. It. MONFORT aaa rmw*n suoek. Offloe Tel. K. 107*. Bes. *sL B. Ism gaas—fine corner lot, on watat main; |2S cash, flO per month, I per cent. SSOO Inside lot, ssms location and terma as above. Let me figure with you on furnish-, lag you a lot and building a house, on smalt cash payment, balanoa monthly, liberal contract. I have a contract la the Washing ton Horns Building essoslatlon for sals. It only takes a little cash ta handle this. Greenacres The basis of all wealth Is real estate. A little money Invested NOW In a 10-acre tract of Irrigated land In the beautiful Spokane valley la better then life Insurance. It not only provides you s boms, but fives J'ou aa Independent Inooaae while yo*i Ive. Prices right and terma sasy. ] Spokane Valley Land and Water Company 11l ROOKJBRT. Only $13 to $3 par acra for this land la Steven* county It baa a vary rich soil; la watered by numerous running stresses) and springs. Haa a heavy growth of grans and wild bay and Is covers*! with light timber. It makes an as> eellent outlay for diversified firming or stock. Easy terms. Ashley-Burnham LandCo, 11-14 Exchange National Bank Bid*, WHY N0T..... call upon tha und,reigned and make arrangements to bur tha beat corner In Noalsr's Addi tion consisting of 100x141 feat. 1 will loan you enough money to Improve the lot at a modest rate of Interest, providing a sale 1* made In the near future. JOSEPH R. ROBERSON. S and | Bymoas Mock. JAMES B. GRAY, Stevens Street and Spragus Avenaek Phono Main 120. IHIIU MAX. XxTTATX An SEALS (or corporation*, notaries socletiesV •to. We are headquartera for thess) things. Workiaanahip perfeot. SPOKANE STAMF WORKS . . r.o.feii.iatf Manager.