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S. F. Parrish. manager of the I.c Hoi mine .it Kosslaml. i~ registered nt* •tie Spokane. More washings in n rake than any Other 5-cent soap. Easy Work soap. No fancy wrapper. All scap. .lames Sutherland Mas awardetl n judgment by delimit agnmst YY. K. and m. M. .lores 101 *.*W2.»7 by Judge Belt this morning. The Club Cale always in the lend. Our ISc merchants' lunch with beer •r wine from 11:30 to 2 p. m. as good as ever. Headquarters for steaks. Chops, etc I. Chllbers. ««anaj:er Oeptam R. ('. Dewey, of the United States marine corps stationed at Seel« tie. war; the guest of friends in the city yesterday . • The best at the lowest price a}WITS makes business. That's the condition et the Red Cross rharniacy, 061)1 Mon roe street. Judge Kcnnan today oidtie.l David B. (iordon to pay his wife, Jessie B. Gordon. $100 towards the oo«ts of a divorce suit to be tried soon before j him. An especial favorite with the ladles also like to use it afler shaving •—Watson's Clover Cream. 25c. Attorney Riske has filed tin action /or J. T. Boucher nnd T. I>. 801 l against the Great Northern to recover $1070, which is alleged was the amount cf an overcharge on several carloads of bftrsos shipped from Lophrata to Browning. Montana. Ben Franklin, the philosopher, said: "A renny saved Is a penny earned." One dollar deposited each week in the savings bank deportment of the Spokane ft Eastern Trust company Will In or.c year amount to $52.78; In five, t2Sfi.ll; In ten, JS34.SS; In twenty. 11575.33; In thirty. t:'.980.21; In forty. J5063.34. January, April, July and October are the Interest periods. Stephen Breekenridge. through his Cuardinn. W. 11. Colburn, has filed an amended complaint in his action | against the American Kagle Consolida ted Golding Mining company for $30,- --000 for the loss of his eyesight while setting off a blast for the company. Mothers can safely give Foley's Honey and Tar to their children for coughs and colds, for It contains no opiates or other poisons. Chas. Mc- Nab, 402 Riverside avenue. Txuiis Lyons, a clothier of Great Falls, Mont., is visiting. Spokane as the guest of Lew Hunt. Mr, Lyon is tin old Boston friend of Mr. Hunt's. He may open a business in Wnlli Valla. Foley's Honey and Tar Is best for croup nnd whooping cough, contains no opiates, and cures quickly. Care ful mothers keep it In the house. Cha=. McN'ab, 402 Riverside nve. The next meeting of the Washington Plate Charities Conference will be held in Spokane. L. G. Monroe, sec retary of the Spokane chamber of com merce, sent nn invitation to the meet ing in Seattle nnd has received a v.'itc from J. W- Williams and Mrs. 1". B. Shaw saying the invitation had been accepted and the next meeting will be in Spokane. The most reliable preparation for k'Jney troubles on the market Is Foley's Kidney Cure. Chas. McN&b, 402 Riverside avenue. Last evening John A. Wolfe. 8 mer elumt of Seattle, nnd Miss Klisa Rhodes were married before Justice Ftooker. The bride has been a resi dent of Spokane for tome years. The OOUple intend to make their home in Seattle and will leave for there at once. F. M. Rusell. of Wallace, a mining man, is registered at tlie Ridpath. Winter coughs are apt to result in consumption if neglected. They can tie soon broken up by using Foley's Honey and Tar. Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. LEWISTON WANTS PRACTICE GAMES (By Jimmie Cullins. ) Manager Rcilly of the Spokane club bus decided to will Pitcher Bowman to McCloakey of the Boise team. His decision was reached when Dammann was awarded to Spokane by the Kational association. Bowman is a tine fwirler, having opened last season with the Philadel phia club. He was then farmed to St. Joe where he pitched six games Wimning five of them. Then he was taken sick with malaria fever and had to quit for the balance of the season. He wiites Reilly that he is in tine trim How, the malaria having all left his system. He is a big fellow and a strong fcitter. Two young fellows from the cast will be tried out by the Spokane man agement this year, and several am bitious young men of the Inland Umpire will also be given a trial during the practice games. A cummunicution from ]>wiston, Idaho, has been received by the Spo kane management, aneut the team do ing its practice work at Lewiwton. It is saiil the weather down there is tine and that there is a good park, well fenced, nnd every opportunity for the team to clear expenses on the trip. Hilly will have the men out for three t>r four weeks' practice and he is undecided whether to open these games in Lewiston or Walla Walla. Both cities offer inducements. Puttmann, the elongated southpaw, may be returned to the Spokane man agement if he fails to make good with the New York team. In case he does make good the Spokane management w ill reel i\e ftloU for him, WASHINGTON PROOF Mrs. B. K. Peplot of Walla Walla, wife of E. E. Peplot. retired, living on Seventh atreet, says: "You are welcome to the use of my name as one Who Indorsee Down's Kidney Pills and all the statements I have heard made In their behalf. To become ac quainted with the value of this remedy may prove to be of In finite value to some person who Is afflicted as I was before I used thorn. For some time I was subject to backaches, my kid neys were Inactive, nnd at other times disturbed my rest at night. 1 saw an advertisement of Doan's Kidney Pills In the paper and got a box the nest time I was In a drug store. A very short course of the treatment removed the pain In my back and I could sleep all night without being compelled to get up." Just such emphatic endorsement can be had right here at home. Call at the Scully Drug company's store and ask what their cus tomers report. AGAINST PANAMA "I would not have voted for the Panama canal had I been in the sen- I nte," said Henry Heltfeld of Lewis- | ton, who was In Spokane last night on his way east. Mr. Heitfeld'g term in the senate expire! last year. "I am greatly in favor of a canal, but had I been In the senate I would have cast my vote against the Pan ama project. I would have been se- Verely criticised. especially In the west, but I would have been forced to do so, for I cannot believe from the best engineering opinions which 1 have been able to secure, that the construction of this canal nt this point Is practical. "If the United States should fall It would be a terrible disgrace and would delay the construction of a waterway b< tween the oceans for generations." BUILDING PERMITS; The board of public works has grant ed permit! to the following persons: To C. 1). Redouts to erect a one story frame building in Union park, on lot 3, block 5, on Third avenue. The building will cost $1300. To F. Curtis to erect a two-story frame building on Walnut street and Tenth avenue. The cost will amount to *1500. To the Swedish Lutheran church to erect a two-story frame church on lot 11. block 4. in Ides addition. The church will cost 13200, To G. P. Guest to erect a one and one-ball-story dwelling in Cannon's addition, nt a cost of $400. To Fred Feese to erect a two-story frame building in Crowder's addition, on lot 13, block 8, which is on Howard street near Sharp avenue. The dwell ing will cost $1000. J. G. Christ of Seattle is at the til and. A. Freeman of Denver, Col., is at the. Cadillac. \V. K. Xitns of Cedar Rapids, lowa, is a guest of the Grand today. Fred Marvin, press ngent of tho state of Washington nt the St. Louis exposition, is in the city. The surface blocks for the 'Monroe street bridge will be put down to morrow, in preparation for opening the bridge to the public. Mr. Prescott, the general agent for the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing company, has arranged for Eastman- James Co.. Inc., to handle his com pany's wholesale business in this ter ritory nnd in the future dealers will be supplied from this point. This firm are now closing out their supply of machines at greatly reduced prices to make room for a large shipment of Wheeler It Wilson machines, PATNE AOAINST FATNE. Jesse Payne has sued for a divorce from Millie E. Payne, alleging that she has deserted him. The case is in the superior court. A THOUSAND DOLLARS TBSOWH AW AT. Mr. W. W Baker of Plalnvlew, Neb., writes: "My wife had lung trouble for over 17 years. We tried a number of doctors and spent over a thousand dollars without any re lief. She was very low and I lost all hope, when a friend suggested trying Foley's Honey and Tar, which I did; and thanks be to this great remedy, It saved her life. She is stronger and enjoys better health than she has ever known in 10 years. We shall never be without Foley's Honey and Tar, and would ask those afflicted to try it." Chas.' McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. Jennie M. Richardson has been granted a divorce from William D. Richardson on the ground of failure to support her. She is given the com munity property and the three chil dren. • "ALWAYS AILING" When the kidneys go wrong one is sick all the time—"Always tiling." Many aches and pains make life a burden —headaches, fideaches and backaches, hip pains, back pains, side pains snd groin pains wear on the nerves and tax the energy of the strongest. Keep the kidneys well, help them —stimulate them When they become sluggish and you are free from aches and safe against the numerous ills that follow kidney neglect. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all disorders of the Kidneys and Bladder, Dropsy, Diabetes, Brlght's Disease. CANDY CATHARTIC ANNUAL SALE-TEN MILLION BOXES Greatest In tit* World A MILLION AMERICAN BEAT - TIEB keep their blood pure, their com plexion soft end clear, their breath sweet and their whole bodies active and healthy with CABCARETB Candy Cathartic. The quick effects of CASCARETS as system cleaners and blood purifiers; their promptness •in curing pimples, bolls, blotches, liver spot, blackheads, and in sweet ening a tainted breath, have become known through the kind words of ladles--who have tried them. Hence the sale of OVER A MILLION BOXES A MONTH. The quickest, surest way to beauty Is to cleanse the blood, for Beauty's Blood Deep. The first rule for purifying the 2*22? , ,*° I "* p lh<! oowels free, gently but positively with CABCAR- I,rs All druggists. 10e, 28c. BOc. Never sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped CC C Sample and booklet free. Address Sterling Rem edy Co.. Chicago or New York. jlj Society Engraving that has that clear cut—lt's exact and artistic—the forms are new and original. They please the most fas tidious for style and price. John W. Graham & Co. Stationers and Engravers for the Elite. When you buy a home, be sure you examine that the house is piped for Gas. If it is not, refuse to buy—you cannot do without Gas for Cooking* Houses Piped for Gas AT COST. Spokane Gas Company 806 Sprague Aye. A NIGHT ALARM Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the brassy cough of croup, which sounds like the children's death knell and it means death unless some thing is done quickly. Foley's Honey and Tar never fails to give Instant relief and quickly cures the worst forms of croup. Mrs. P. 1.. Cordier of Mannlngton. Ky., writes: "My 3-year-old girl had a severe case of croup; the doctor said she could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; the first dose gave quick re lief nnd saved her life." Refuse sub stitutes. Sold by Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. Hi d t m MAN FROM THE SANDWICH IS LANDS PROPOSES TO RUN THE GAMBLING IN SPOKANE THE SAME AS THE POOL BOOMS ABE CONDUCTED. Huntley Cadtrowloh, plunger, globe trotter and pambling magnate, who claims to hail from Honolulu, but who in reality ia at home anywhere lie stops, has one of the most wonderful Schemes for running a gambling house in Spokane, which was ever born in the brains of a "gamblin' man." All he needs is capital. He claims that the sports of Spo kane, if his scheme c>i once be launch ed, may play the roulette wheel with as much noiichalence and disregard of the laws of the state as though these laws had no existence. A FREE TRIAL To Spokane Press readers THE SPOKANE PHEBB: Till BSD AY, FEBRUARY- 24, 190*. SLOANE PAINE CO. Thursday's Startling Sale! Arm Q Hammer SODA PacKage, 5c 5 pckgs. to customer. No 'phone orders received for soda. Hothouse lettuce, lb 40c Lemons, dozen 15c Two dozen 25c S.-P. Co.'s roast meats, boiled hams and fancy cooked sausages. Trading stamps given with cash purchases. Very old port, quart 750 Ashland Club whisky, qunrt... .ft.oo Welch's grape Juice, quart vT5c Liquid Bread, for spring tonic, three bottles .50c Maple syrup, quart 35c S.-P. Co.'s ham 16c S.-P. Co.'s bcaon .'. ..17e S.-P. Co.'s lard. Chickens, ducks, fresh fish and meats. 'PHONE EXCHANGE 9. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT tuke Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signa ture is on each box. 25c. "France will not fighV' snys a Tarn cable. It might have goue further and said, "France can't fight." A trip to California via the Shasta route of the Southern Pacific company is most enjoyable at this season of the year. Grand old Mount Shasta Is at hiß best, with an added covering of snow, while the gradual transition from the moist climate of Oregon to the cloudless skies and bright sun shine of California furnishes a never falling source of Interest. Round trip tickets to Lob Angeles at reduced rates enn be purchased at the railroad ticket offices in Spokane, with stopover privileges, giving pass engers an opportunity to enjoy the numerous resorts In the Golden State. "My plan is to let people (ramble on the commission plan, just like they do in playing the race horses in a pool room," said the sport from the Pacific ocean. "Betting on race horses is just as pure gambling as is bucking the tiger or playing poker, but the law does not geem to reach cither the poolrooms or the bucket-shops because these are a sort of long-distance gambling." Under his scheme the real gambling game is to be located in Portland, but people can bet their money by wire in Spokane. Locate Game In Portland. It is proposed to install in Portland a roulette wheel nnd a telegraph in strument. In Spokane a large hall will be rented and furnished ' with numerous roulette tables of the ordin ary pattern only they will have no "wheel" or spindle. Here the festive gamblers, and all who are not happy unless they are risking their money on something or other, can bet money on the roulette tables just the same as if the wheels were in them. In the Same Old way. All who are familar with the device called roulette will understand the plausibility of Cadtrowich's scheme. On whichever number on the wheel the ivory ball falls in Portland the telegrapher will telegraph the result a a for instance * , 30," "26"' or "00," while nt the Spoknne end the man with the megophone voice will call out the number, and those who huve their coin on the corresponding num ber on the tables in this city wiLj| pocket their winnings. jb| In Spite of Felony Zaw^fl At endi of the tables •• '"llßjfl a "lookout," tli. - gjm\ is l<-»hjA » am FllH^Zeß ". ■ DOO @ff fttaan m M§> toft* Ttey <sre w®nh §2 9 2.25, 2 0 5(§) This assortment comes to us through a special purchase by our New York representative. Most umbrella houses at stated periods during the year clean up stock by selling odd lines at liberal re ductions. We are always on the lookout for such chances. It Is seldom, however, that we can secure a line of men's umbrellas at such a favorable price. The material used in their makeup Is Newport taffeta, with tape edge; all have steel rods and frames with Plain and fancy handles. It's a splendid bargain and only 100 of them in the lot; »2.00, $2.26 and *2.50 values. rtffa n o-fN Tomorrow and Saturday <jjp JJ o^)vy) GOOD NEWS FROM OUR CROCKERY DEPT. One hundred pieces of finest semi-porcelain choice of two patterns, in pretty decorated de sign. A saving of $4.00 in a reallychoice article. This is but one of the many values to be found in this department. A generous saving can be had on every article shown. Buy Now, Pay Later. ORDINANCE NO. A 1548. At. nrrlliin »n.. F. .•• *1,~ 1.................... * a. An ordinance for the improvement of Cleveland avenue from center line Poet street to east line Corbln Park addition by curbing, resurfacing and sidewalking the same anil for the payment of the cost thereof, creating an assessment district and providing for the levy and collection of special assessments on tho prop erty in said assessment district to pay for the said improvement, and for the Issuing of bonds and the payment thereof. Whereas. A petition was duly pre sented to the board of public works for the improvement of Cleveland avenue by curbing, resurfacing and sidewalking the same, and the board of public works having ascer tained that the signers of said petition are the owners of at least one-half of the property sub ject to contribute to such improve ment, und having made Its report on said petition to the city council on the 19th day of January, 1004. and it appearing to the city council that said report contains a statement of the assessed valuation of the prop erty which in their judgment should be assessed for such Improvement, according to the last assessment thereof, a statement of the area and correct valuation of the property owned by the parties signing the peti tion, and the estimated cost of such improvement, and buying in such re port set forth the reasons for their recommendations with respect to the granting or refusing the prayer of said petition, and a statement of all the facts necessary to enable the council to net Intelligently on said petition, and having recommended that the prayer of said petition be granted, and said board having with their said report filed with the city council the plans and specifications for such Improvement; and It ap pearing to the city council from said report that public conveniences re qutres the Improvement of said street ns is petitioned for and in accord ance with the plans and specifications Of said board of public works;, now, therefore: The City of Spokane does ordain ns follows: Section 1. That Cleveland avenue, in the city of Spokane, from the cen ter line of Post street to the oust line of Corbln Park addltloif. shall be im proved by curbing, resurfacing and sidewalking the same. In nil respects In accordance with the plans and specifications therefor. Sec. 2. That the cost nnd expense of said improvement shall be borne by the property included in the as sessment district hereinafter created to the extent of the benefits received by said property from snid Improve ment, to be determined as hereinafter provided; and by the city of Spokane for the difference. If any there be. between th- actual cost and expense thereof and the total amount of the benefits received by snld property. And said city shall not be liable In any mnnner for any portion of tho costs and expense or said Improve ment, Other than that portion herein designated to be borne by it. Sec. 8. The assessment district for the purpose of levying and collecting special assessments to the extent of the benefits received by the property therein lo pay the costs and expenses of the aforesaid Improvement as above provided. Is hereby created nnd established to consist of nil tho lots and parcels of land on each side of Cleveland avenue except that occu pied by cross Rtrrets nnd alleys from the center line of Post street to the east line of Corbln Park addition. Said assessment district shall be known ns "Cleveland Avenue Im provement District Number One," which is more particularly described as follows: Heglnning nt the southeast corner of lot 1, block 7, and running thence west 28.00 feet; thence north along the west line of lot 1, 13.3 feet; thence northeasterly on a line parallel with the north line of Cleveland ave nue to a point <>n the east line of lot 1. 21.29 feet north of the southeast, corner of lot 1; thence south to tho place of beginning. Beginning at tho Southeast corner of lot 2, block 7. and running thence west B0 feet; thence north along the west line of lot 2, nlonn i : jQk |*Bt2«_u ; i'tli line ■a Ibjl^;! 1 $Ls® This $15 Dinner Set, $11 the weßt line of lot 1. 142.2 feet; thence northeasterly on a line paral lel with Hie south line of Cleveland avenue to a point on the east line of lot l, 10.49 feet front the southeast coiner; thence north to the place of beginning. Also lots 2 3. 4. ft ti 7, 8 and 8, In block 111; all in Corbln Talk addition to Spokane. Sec. 4. Special assessments pay able In live equal annua] Installments Shall be assessed to and levied upon the lots nnd parcels of land In the assessment district above described, In the manner provided by the charter of the city of Spokane and Ordinance No. AIOSN, passed September 10. 1901, Such assessments shall be made nnd all things pertaining thereto done in accordance with the provisions of said charter and said ordinance, and said assessments, when the name shall have been confirmed by the city council, and .shall be a lien on the property In said assessment district, and payment thereof may be enforced In tlie manner provided by law. Sec. ft. There Is hereby created a fund to be known as Cleveland Ave nue Improvement Fund. District Number One. Into which shall be paid the aforesaid assessments ns and when directed by ordinance con firming said assessments and the as sessment roll therefor, and said fund is created for the purpose of redeem ing the bonds issued in payment of the cost and expense of said im provement, ns hereinafter provided, and from which shall be paid said bonds to the extent thereof, and In no event shall the city of Spokane be liable for the payment of said bonds or any part thereof. Sec. 6. For the purpose of making payment for the cost and expense Of snld Improvement there shall bo Is sued by the city of Spokane its ne gotiable coupon bonds lis provided In an aot of the legislature of the state of Washington, entitled "An act authorising the Issuance nnd sale of bonds by cities, to pay for local Im provements, providing for the pay ment thereof and declaring an emer gency." approved March 14. INO9, payable to bearer live years after date, bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable an nually, which bonds shall be styled "Special Improvement Honds, Cleve land Avenue Improvement District Number One"; provided, the city of Spokane reserves the right to onll and pay any of said bonds. nccordltiK to their numerical order, ns provided In the act above referred to, when ever there shall he sufficient money on hand In the fund hereinbefore designated to pay nny of snld bonds. Snld bonds shall be Issued In an ag gregate amount equal to the totnl amount of special assessments, levied ns herein provided, and shall be of tho denomination of $200 each, except that one bond mny be for such sum less than $200 as may be neees sury to make the Issue correspond with the total amount of Special as sessments, levied as herein provided, and provided also that the first of said bonds may be for an amount equal to the amount of cash on hand In the fund from which the same are payable as herein provided, at the time of the Issuance of the same. The difference between the totnl amount of special assessments, levied ns herein provided, and the actual cost and expense of said Improve ment shall be paid by the city of Spokane, as provided In Ordinance No. Aiofix. above referred to. Sec. 7. Said Improvement shull be made under the supervision of the board of public works, which Is here by authorised to receive bids for making the same and to enter Into such contract or contracts as may be necessary to have said Improve ment completed as soon as may be consistent with the proper procedure. The contract for Bald Improvement shall provide that the same shnll hi' completed in nil things, in accordance with tiie plans and specifications for said Improvement, herein referred to, nnd shall also provide that the con tractor making the same shall accept the bonds herein provided for nt par and accrued interest in pnyment of the contract price for such work, to the extent of such bond issue if the city shall so elect, and that the bal ance if nny, of such contract price shall he paid in such manner as shall be hereafter designated by the city council. No contruet herein provided •for .shall go into effect, In so fur as Is concerned, or be binding I "'c assessments herein 11 ''c cm firmed; IbbV i assessments ■BBs\vaaa(Br eon MmL" _*& Srouss SfORT - - 100 Piece All the Credit You Want. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. SIX ANSWERS TO "X" CLASSI FIED ADVERTISEMENT IN PRESS REMAIN AT THIS OFFICE. Post aiiSTJinrcollege ~ Pi-. E. Plttwood, president Post Graduate college, rooms SI to 34 Jamleson block. Dr. Plttwood's Post Graduate col lege Is now open. In order to fur nish*'a clinic a number of patients will be-required. As In all colleges, crown, bridge and artificial teeth, as well us fillings, will be done at actual cost, with the advantage over most colleges of having skilled operators and not students, as all those taking the course are registered and practlc- Ing dentists. LOAR WANTED. 11800 loan wanted; will pay 1 per cent a month; good security. Red 242. 95-6 MBBIOAI.. Dr. Baker Is doing a general office practice. Also removes all cancers and tumors successfully without the knife or X ray or no charge made. Office Gl7 Main avenue. Will visit any patient In any part of the city. 'Phone Red 2992, TmDEBTAKERS. Smith A Co., 119-121 Post street Oldest established undertakers In Spokane. Thone Main 802. 87-0 OABFBBTBBa. A. Turnbull, remodeler of all kinds of buildings; store fitting. Prlees low. Bhop 8173 Stevens. Tel. M. 653. 86-0 S ABIT ABIT/MS. Private hospital for women. Phone M. 727. Dr. Perm, E203 Sprague. 82-26 CLOTHES CLEANED. If your clothes need cleaning and pressing, go to August Blusson, 3 Lincoln street. Tel. Red 6663. 80-26 BOOMS—NO HOUSEKEEPING). Rainier-Grand, Mrs. J, C. Stewart prop. Finest furnished rooms In city; baths. 811H Riverside between Post and Lincoln. Phone Main 8178. 177-0 Nicely furnished rooms, single and housekeeping; bath. Fourth floor Marlon block. Tel. Red • 671. Tran sients. 222-0 808 SALE—REAL ESTATE. For sale, at once, cheap, Pacific nnd Hatch, northeast corner lot, three room house, chicken house, good well, no rock. Owner leaves for the east. Price, 1600. 90-6 808 BALE—MISCELLANEOUS. AT CITY STABLER—AII kinds of lumber; four-foot tamarack and Or ties, »3.G0 per cord. Tel. M. 103. No. 1 four-foot wood, 64 per cord; fair measure. 'Phono Main 716. Springfield nnd llogan street. 92-6 808 SALE—REAL BSTATB. 91850—Corner, 180x110 feet, on Indi ana avenue, between two car lines. " $1800 —New six-room modern cot tage, near Monroe street; 8300 cash will handle this. HOLE & WADII AM, Auditorium Bldg., Under Postofflee. BX.IIOTKOX.TBZB. Moles, pimples, wrinkles, superflu ous hair permanently removed. Thin or faded hulr corrected. Dandruff cured. N. T. Elcctro-Therapcautle Co., 402 Mohawk. Tel. M. 2010. Lady operators In attendance. cast-off clothing. If you want tho highest pile* for your old clothing nnd shoes, try J. C. Mctzger. 218 Main street Thona Main 106. 320-0 FUEL DEALERS. Standard Fuel & Ice Co., ElOl Front, 'phone M. 695, Great Western and Summit coal. Special prices made In car lots. 81-» The little savings passbooks Issued In the savings department or the old National bank are becoming more and more popular because of their great convenience. Withdrawals from the same may be made from time to time Without disturbing accrued Interest on the balance, lnterost compounded semiannually, Deposits made between now and March 6 draw Interest from MARCH I The Interest Is credited to the Re count of the depositor on July 1 and Jununry 1 of each year and Immedi ately begins to draw new Interest. To accommodate the Imnk'H many patrons for whom it Is not convenient to call during regular hanking hours this department Is NOTICE TO PROPERTY HOLDERS OH ELEVENTH AVENUE. Notice is hereby given to property boldei'B on Eleventh avenue, from tho center line of Adams street to the center line of Monroe street, that the assessment roll for the sidewalking of Eleventh avenue in above describ ed district Is now In my hands for collection, and the enme will become delinquent March 18. 19U4. Said as sessments shall bear Interest from date of delinquency of tlrst Install ment at the rate of six per cent per annum, and can bo paid to the city treasurer in ten nnnuul Installments, the tlrst of which shnll bn due, pay able and delinquent on the IBth day Of March, 1 904. and one on tho snmo day of euch year thereafter, together With Interest on the suhie and on all unpaid installments, M. H. EOOLESTON. city Treasurer, Dated Spokane. Wash., Fcbruury 16, 1904. NOTICE TO VOTERS. Registration books will bu open for registration of Voters from 9 a. m. to 9:.'l(> p. m. every day this week at the following places: Delcwnre precinct, nt King's gro cery 01429 Monroe street. Dayton precinct, at Butler's store, Dal|l' Ash street. Drumheller precinct, st Forest Park grocery, 027-8 Monroe street ■Ik precinct, nt No. 2 tire station, joiner Indiana snd l.tdgsrwood street. *•< Klklii precinct. W FlJJej's store. v] tile OmOl TO BEET. ■ j 1 • i Fine suite of rooms for office, sec ond floor Whltten block. »J-i . , : —. , , _ i FAWB BBOXEBn. Pawn brokers and loan office, Wei loan on Jewelry, diamonds, watches, | chattels, household goods, etc P. j Blckford, gas Main avenue. Goods) stored. ltg-fj VOCAL MUSIC ABB ELOCUTION. Oeorglo Stone Academy, School ofl Opera, Voice Culture, Dramatlo Art, Elks' Temple. Phone Main 1494. ABETBAOT COBOPABT. . Guaranty Abstract Company, Incor porated 1897, /. 8. Llchty. manager, room 64 Jamleson block, Spokane. PHTBIOXABS. Dr. E. B. Lofller. physician andl surgeon, office 219-220 Peyton blook* Phones: Office, M. 9*l; res. M. 174S< Vapor baths, massags and electrld treatment. 19 Allen block, 823> Sprnguc. ' FACIAL BtAMsAOB. ' American Beauty Parlors, facial massage, scalp treatment, vapor and) > electric baths, cosmetic mfg. Tel. M. 2405. TI4K Riverside. 88-0 Freight, furniture, baggage and! parcel delivery. Tel. (99. 220-0 D ANCXEG CLAM. Georgia Stone Academy of Dancing and Physical Culture. Elks' Temple. Phone Main 14*4. DETECTIVE AGEBCIBB. The Theil Detective Service Co. We do a general detective business la all parts of United States and Canada. Spokane office, 415 Empire State) building. W. S. Swain, manager. Day, 'phone Main 1457. Night 'phone. Cen tral 2779. 145-«g HAT, GRAIN, FLOUR, CEREALS. Pure graham and whole wheat flour, our specialty. Spokane Cereal Co., corner First and Lincoln. 71-* l " OKXBOPODT. Corns, bunions, Ingrowing toenails painlessly removed. Manicuring. Mrs. M. D. Hill, 402 Mohawk. Tel. M. 2040. 293-f, CLAIRVOYANT. Do you wish to have more success! In your IKes work. I will look Into) the future for you. My help Is In valuable. Mrs. Dr. Emerson, clair voyant trance medium, 811 Va River wide avenue. 74-0 NETTLBTON SHOE STORE. New stock of shoes and rubbers at right prices. Our $3 and $3.50 shoes are the kind that will not disappoint you. Please call and look them over. 0007 MONROE. NORTH SIDE. PLUMBERS. K. Petyus, plumber, 0809 Monroe, does nil kinds of plumbing: Jobbing; and stove connecting a specialty. Tel. M. 2352. 1 _1 JUNK SHOPS. We buy any old thing In the Junk line. 317 Second ay. Tel. M. 2452. 80-0 SECOND HAND GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. 303. 409 Sprague. 80-a WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. Young children to care for by dajj or week by competent nurse. Address K27 Front avenue. 94-41 LOAN OFFICE. sewing machine (or solo, 116. Owl Lonn Office, 126 Howard. Savings Department OPEN Saturday Evenings 6 to 8. Popovers (egoless)— One cupful of sweet milk, 1 tablespoon sugar, % tea spoon cream tartar, M teaupon soda, butter size of smull egg. Kilt flour three times and use enough for stiff batter—about I l * cups—add 1 level tenspoon baking powder and saltspoon salt. Fill hot, buttered gem pans half full and bike in hot oven. FOB WEAK AND NERVOUS PEOPLE. Wo have n cum for nervous nnd unsteady people, weak, ftcshless peo ple nnd pimply, pulo or sallow people: people who are troubled with loss or ambition, falling memory, depression, of spirits, lack of confidence, nervous! headache and wakefulness. All these! symptoms are produced by weakened] nerves, brought on by the watery con-0. dlllon of. tho blood. Make strong, rich, red blood and furnish food for the nerves Is tho way to stop tho source of the disease, and the cure then Is only n question of days. The best flash and blood builder Is Dr. Gunn's Blood nnd Nerve Tonic, In tablet form to take at meal time. Soils nt 7Be a box, or three boxes for, 12, at all drug stores, or sent post paid on receipt of price. People gain from one to three pounds of solid healthy flush per week by the use of this medicine, That Is an Indlcutlon that It Is doing good. Address Dr.- Hosanko Co., Philadelphia. Pa. f | sale by Chns. MoNab, cor Washing I street and Riverside avenue. 7 * ''" Wi LABOR DOBS aßsW' OAJTSX INS A' aßsfeW SBsßsßaw ' MASSAGE. 11 PACrriO TBABtrSB CO.