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SPOKANE GETS m DELEGATES —— i EARLT SINGLE CONTENTION PREVAILS — M'BRIDE POBOBS DEFEATED BT THREE VOTES— KING COUNTT GETS 115 TOTES AND PIERCE 58—OOBTEBTIOB IB TACOMA MAT 11. The Mcßride forces met their first pronounced defeat of recent weeks in the meeting of the republican state central committee In Seattle on Sat urday. They attempted to secure two state conventions, but were outvoted by the railroad people by a vote of IS to 19. The convention will be held In Taeoma May 11 and will place in the field a candidate for governor and n full state ticket, nominees for con gress, all to be elected at large, and live presidential electors. Ten dele gates to the republican national con vention will be chosen at this con vention and because of the necessity cf choosing the latter the state con vention is held at an early date. Early County Conventions. The republican county primaries snd convention will be held at dates Sufficiently early to enable delegates from the county to reach the state convention. It is probable the county convention will name a full county ticket at this time and not adjourn to a later date nor adjourn and have a second county convention held to name a county and legislative ticket. Delegates by Counties. Each county wlh be given one vote In the state convention for every 100 vutes or major fraction thereof cast for Justice Hadley two years ago and two delegates at large. This will make a convention of 66m. The apportionment by counties is as fol lows: Adams. 9; Asotin. f ; Chehalls, 19; Chelan. 9; Clallam. 9; Clark. 17; Co lumbia. 10; Cowlitz, 13; Douglas. Id; Ferry, 6; Franklin, 4; Garfield, 7; Island. 5; Kittitas. 13; Klickitat, 11; Jefferson. 9; King. 11B; Kitsap. 13; Lewis. 21: Lincoln, 17; Mason, 7; Oka nogan, S; Pacilic, 10; Pierce, 58; San Juan, 6; Skagit. 21; Skamania. 4; Snohomish. 40: Spokane, 49; Stevens. 15; Thurston. 15; Wahkiakum. 6: Walla Walla. 20; Whatcom, 35; Whit man, 24; Yakima, 19. BUSINESS CHANCES. Good size brick lodging house, well furnished, for sale cheap if taken at once. Apply 1114 College aye. 97-6 ("has. W. Grampa has gold to Benj. G. Naught the southwest quarter of section 11 in township 23 north, range 42. for *3000. Local Briefs. George Putman, formerly in charge of The Press of Spokane, after a week's vis-it in Spokane, returned yesterday to California.. More washings In a cake than any other 5-eent soap. Easy Work soap. No fancy wrapper. All soap. Chas. W, Powers, publisher of the Genesee, Idaho, News, was in the city yesterday, The Club Cale always In the lead. Our 250 merchants' lunch with beer or wine from 11:30 to 2 p. m. as good as ever. Headquarters for steaks, chops, etc I. Chllbera. manager Theodore Keed of Moscow was in Spokane yesterday. An especial favorite with, the ladies —men nlso like to use it after shaving —WatFon's Clover Cream. 25e. William Gage, merchant of Lind, Wash., was in Spokane Saturday. If you have a pain In your back, side or chest, an onion and belladon pa plaster will remove it instantly. Call up Main 514 and have one sent you. Only 25e. Red Cross Pharmacy, OCOI Monroe street. Ralph Lower* of Republic is in the lily today, a guest of the Grand, At times people And 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 tho interest, crediting It up twice a yeur. We do this regularly, year after year, whether the oustomer chooses to call or not. We prefer, however, that books be presented at least once a year. Spokane & Eastern Trust company. F. A. Wood of Sanrtpoint is in the cite today. Sewing machines sold and rented on easy terms. Repair work guar* snteed. Parts and supplies for all makes of sewing machines. Eastman- James Co., Ino. 'Phone M. "46. 833 Riverside avenue. Sheriff F. F. Keller of Wenatchee is at the Grand today. .Cutse MINK CURED TO STAY CURED BY White Ribbon Remedy. So taata. No odor. Any woman can give It In glasa of water, tea, coffee or food without patient's knowledge. White Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroy the diseased appetite for all alcoholic drinks, whether the patient la a confirmed Inebriate, a "tippler," social drinker or drunkard. Indorsed by Members of W. C. T. U. Impossi ble for any one to have an appcttte for alcoholic liquors after using White Ribbon Remedy. It has made many thousands of permanent cures, and In addition restores tho victim to normal health, steadying the nerves, Increasing the will power and deter mination to resist temptation. Sold by druggists everywhere and by mall. GUARANTIED TO CURE OR MONEY REFUNDED. Sold In every drug store, 11. Trial package free by writing or calling on Mrs. T. C. Mourn, superintendent presa, W, C. T. U„ 307 H Bunker 11111 . avenue, Los Angeles. Cel. Special agents In Spokane, Wash.: Emporium Pharmacy, «M Riverside Avenue. GERMAN BAND NOT COMING BERLIN. Feb. 29-Khiperor William has refused to sflnction the proposed visit of the band of 16fith regiment to the St. Louis world's fair. It has been generally understood that the band would be allowed to appear at the ex position, and the change of plan is regarded as due to the present die turbed condition of affairs in Europe. Butledffe Sentence, Sentence will not be Imposed on Rutledge, the convicted perjurer, un til after two days have elapsed. The attorneys are allowed this time to move for a now trial or for an arrest of judgment. AFTER HOBOES tJFERINTENDENT BEAMER IS SUES ORDERS TO TRAINMEN TO FREVEBT KNIGHTS OF THE ROAD TRAVELING BT THE BOX CAB, BLIND BAOOAOE AND BBAKEBEAM ROUTES. The cheerful and careless hobo has already started on his semi-annual migrations and to date several of them have rushed the season and started to migrate before the warm rays of the sun penetrate their hides. Super intendent Beamer is also out early with instructions as to how to catch the hobo napping and stop his free use of the box car for his Pullman sleeper and day i-oach. In orders issued to train men today he says that whenever any hoboes take to traveling via the Height line they must be ordered off the train and put off where force is nec essary. WWherever tramps are found on a train, their number, their des tination and where taken on must be leported to headquarters. . j i,., ,r„ „ v .............. Trainmen Have Harvest. During the summer season trainmen have a rich harvest from the money collected from tramps who load them selves onto the trains. Many crews leave a convenient freight car unlock ed. This is used as a trap for Mr. Tramp who stealthily climbs into the car and curls up in one corner on a sheet of newspaper or bandanna hand kerchief. This is done not exactly for cleanliness but as a menas of protection from the dust which is an unmistak able sign to a policeman that the man has come over the hobo route, and re sults in his being ordered from the city or to the chain gang. Not all who travel by the box car line are tramps. Many hard-working men who do not care to pay three cents a mile had rather put up with the dis comorts of a hard-floored box ear, with their aim for a pillow, and pay the brakeman at the rate of one cent a mile or even a half cent. BIG MILLS DESTROYED UTICA, N. V., Feb. 29—A section of the New York mills located at Mills Village, four miles southeast of this city, were burned this morning. The lost, is $150,0(10. A building permit was issued this morning by the board of public works to C. H. Part to erect two one-story frame buildings on lot 10, block 13, on the corner of Boone avenue and Adams street. The buildings will cost $41000. DETECTIVES DISCOVER A NEW FRAUD THEATRICAL COMPANIES DE FRAUD RAILROADS BT STOW ING AW AT PASSENGERS IB SCBNEBT CARS BEAMER IS SUES A SPECIAL OBDEB TO CONDUCTORS. Investigation on the part of railway detectives has developed tha fact that there are many theatrical agamies now on the road who arc unlawfully carry ing passengers along with their com panies and in that manner defrauding railway companies, It is a new schema tiny have, and is in substance the hiding away of people in the ear used to (airy tlie scenery, A special agent of one of tha lints through a clever piece of detective work did a special "stowaway act" on one of the large companies coming into this city, and rode with the company from Misßoula to Spokane, Sick Stater Story. He approached members of the com pany and ascertained who tho property man was. lie then gave the property man a long-winded bit of conversation about being poor, forlorn, hud a sick sister in this city and no money to pay roilwa'- fare but just had to make the trip. Tho gullible property chap look him under his wing and slowed Mr. Detective away with the scenery. Oonduotora Warned. Tlie manager of the company has now been notified that this must be stopped. Tlie denouement has resulted in Division Superintendent Bcumer of the Northern Pacific notifying bis con ductors that in the future cars of scenery must be opened and rigidly inspected at all atop* before long runs are commenced. DEITB NO LONGER TO BE CONNECTED WTTE COEUR D'ALENE BO AO AS ITS MANAGER —HINT OP LACK OT AGREEMENT BE TWEEN BEADS OP THE LINE — M. T. BLACKWELL SUCCEEDS HIM—BETTES WILL OO INTO SIMILAR EBTEBPBISB. Engineer A. Bettes, general man ager and second vice president of the Coeur d'Alene & Spokane electric line, resigned his position, last Fridny, and has sold all his interest In that prop erty. R. FJ Blackwell succeeds him. Bettes was formerly In the electric railroad promoting business in De troit. Mich. It is due in great meas ure to his energy and engineering ability that the Coeur d'Alene line is in existence today. Sold All His Interest. "I have resigned to go into another enterprise of similar nature." said Bettes today. "I resigned of my own accord and have sold my entire in terest in the road. My relations with the management of the road ore pleasant and I wish them all success possible. I will remain with the line for two weeks to complete the elec trical equipment." Bettes would not state where his new. proposition was. He said he had money to build It nnd that men were out on the line now. He ad mitted the line was in the northwest, but would not admit that it would enter Spokane. Differences of Opinion. President Blackwell of the Coeur d'Alene road was asked this morn ing about Bettes' resignation. He at first stated that there were differences of opinion between himself and Bet tes, but afterward said their rela tions were most pleasant nnd that Mr. Bettes left of his own free will. He said: "R. F. Blackwell has succeeded Bettes as general manager. Bettes will stay with us for a short time to finish the electrical work. Bettes, I think, has something better in view than he now has with us and I wish him success." Mr. Blackwell left for the east on the noon train today. He said he was going to Pennsylvania, but would say nothing of the purpose of his trip. He said before leaving that work would be commenced on his new lumber mills at Coeur d'Alene some time in the spring. TURNED HOSE ON UNION MEN SENTINELS AT OHDAWA INN DRIVEN OTP BT USE OP COLD WATER, BUT RETURN TO THEIR POSTS—ASK UNION MEN NOT TO PATRONIZE CAPTAIN M CLELLAND S BESTAUBANT. A thorough sousing was meted out to a red-haired waiter and his col league by Engineer Franz of the On dawa Inn shortly before noon today. The trouble all grew out of the dif ferences between Captain McClelland, manager of the Inn, and the cooks and waiters' union. Some time ago the captain dis charged all his, union help and put on non-union people. The Inn was put on the unfair list by the union and this morning the boycott was put in force, two men being stationed at the front door of the Inn to urge upon hungry humanity that it buy else where. Cold Water Remedy. And then something happened. Swish! And then some more of the same and the luckless sentinels were lifted from their feet by the force of a stream of water from the nozzle of a hose held in the grasp of the Ondawa's engineer. The bold sentries were ducked and soaked to the skin and after facing the stream like a Russian soldier -aces a Jap they turned and fled in disorder. The re treat was watched ,-y a great crowd. But the sentinels returned to their posts again and are now holding forth at the old stand and exhorting the hungry ones to steer clear of On dawa Inn. "I'm very sorry this happened," said Captain McClelland, "I had hoped tilings could be settled amic ably." 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 his best, with an added covering of snow, while the gradual transition from the moist climate of Oregon to the cloudless skies and 'bright BUn shine of California furnishes a never falling source of interest. Round trip tickets to Los Angelea at reduced rates can bo pun based at tho railroad ticket offices In Spokane, with stopover privileges, giving pass engers an opportunity to enjoy the numerous resorts In the Golden State. FORGER HAS HIGH CONNECTION It was teamed this morning that John Thames, who was arrested by the Pinkertoua in this city some time ago for forging paper to the extent of $10,- --000 in Ayr, Toronto, Canada, is none other than a cousin of one of the most prominent members of the Cana dian parliament. Thamcr was taken to Canada with out extradition papers and was accom panied by hia wife. He lived in Spo kane under an assumed name. THE SPOKANE PRESS: MONDAT, FEBRUARY 29, 1904. GUSSiTOD ADVERTISEMENTS. POST GRADUATE COLLEGE. Dr. E. Plttwood, president Poet Graduate college, rooms 81 to 84 Jamleson block. Dr. Pittwood'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 as fillings, will be done at actual cost, with the advantage ever most colleges of having skilled operators and not students, as all those taking the course are registered and practic ing dentists. LOAN WANTED. "*""" $1800 loan wanted; will pay t per cent a month; good security. I Red 242. f.G-S UNDERTAKERS. Smith & Co., 119-121 Post street. Oldest established undertakers' ia Spokane. Phone Main 302. '87-8 CARPENTERS. A. Turnbull, romodeler of all kind* of buildings; store fitting. Prices, low. Shop 8173 Stevens. Tel. M. 663. 88-0 SANITARIUMS. - Private hospital for women. Phone M. 727. Dr. Perm, E203 Sprague. «2-2« CLOTHES CLEARED. If your clothes need cleaning' an* pressing, go to August Blusson, 3 Lincoln street. Tel. Red 5563. 80-26 ROOMS-—NO HOUSEKEEPING. Ralnler-Orand, Mra J. C. Stewart prop. Finest furnished rooms in city; baths. 811 Vs Riverside between Post and Lincoln. Phone Main 3178. 177-0 Nicely furnished rooms, single and housekeeping; bath. Fourth floor Marlon block. Tel. Red 671. Tran sients. 222-0 FOB SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. AT CITY STABLES—AII kinds of lumber; four-foot tamarack and flr ties, $3.60 per cord. Tel. M. 103. S-*3 No. 1 four-foot wood. $4 per cord; fair measure. 'Phone Main 716. Springfield nnd Hogan street. 92-6 FOB SALE—REAL ESTATB. $1650 —Corner, 180x110 feet, on Indi ana avenue, between two car lines. $1800— New six-room modern cot tage, near Monroe street; $800 cash will handle this. HOLE & WADHAM, Auditorium Bldg.. Under Postoffice. ELECTROLYSIS. Moles, pimples, wrinkles, superflu ous hair permanently removed. Thin or faded hair corrected. Dandruff cured. N. Y. Electro-Therapeautic Co., 402 Mohawk. Tel. M. 2040. Lady operators In attendance. cast-ofp clothino. If you want the highest prlco for | your old clothing and shoes, try J. C Metzger, 218 Main street. 'Phone j Main 106. 820-0 j LOAN OFFICE. Sewing machine for sale, $15. Owl Loan Office. 126 Howard. FOB SALE-ROOMING HOTJ*E. 65-room hotel; rooms filled; (rents for $100 per month; 18 months' lease; $3500. Address X, this office. 96-6 TO EXCHANGE. Will exchange a small tract of about five acres, half mile from) city limits on the Spokane river, ;with buildings, for city property. HOLE & WADHAM, Auditorium Bldg., Under Postoffice. office to saw. Fine suite of rooms for office. Sec ond floor Whltten block. 93-5 PAWN BROKERS. Pawn brokers and loan office. We loan on lewelry, diamonds, watches, chattels, household goods, eto. P. Blckford, 838 Main avenue. Goods stored. UH VOCAL MUSIC AND ELOOTJTIOR. Georgle Stone Academy, School of Opera, Voice Culture, Dramatic Art Elks' Temple. Phone Main 1484. ABSTRACT COMPART. Guaranty Abstract Company, Incor porated 1897, J. S. Llchty, manager, room 64 Jamleson block, Spokane. 203-M PKTBICXANS. Dr. EL B." Lolflerl physician and surgeon, office 219-220 Peyton block. Phones:' Office, M. 894; res. M. 1748. !»-•$ MASSAGE. Vapor baths, massage and electric treatment. 19 Allen block, 823 Sprague. 81-26 PAOXAL MASSAGE. American Beauty Parlors, facia massage, scalp treatment, vapor and electric baths, cosmetic mfg. Tel. M. 2405. 714 % Riverside. 88-0 PACIFIC TRANSFER 00. Freight, furniiurc, buggage arid parcel delivery. Tel. 399. ■ 220-0 " DANCING CLASS. Georgia Stone Academy of Dancing and Physical Culture. Elka' Temple. Phono Main 1494. 1 DETECTIVE AGENCIES. The Thell Detective Service Co. We do a general detective business In all parts of United States and Canada. Spokane office, 415 Empire State building. W. P. Swain, manager. Day •phone Main 1457. Night 'phone. Cen tral 2779. 145-»3 HAY, DRAIN, FLOUR, CURIAM. Pure graham and whole wheat' flour our specialty. Spokane Cereal Co., corner First and Lincoln. I 71-* CHIROPODY. Corns, bunions, ingrowing toenails palnlesnly removed. Mra. M. D. Hill. 102 Mohawk. Tel. M. 2040 182-T OLUBTOTAHT. Do you wish to have more aaoceea In your life's work. I will look into the future for you. My help 3a In valuable. Mrs. Dr. Emerson, clair voyant trance medium, IllVi River alde avenue. ' H*t .Olde Plymouth Correspondence Papers. There's more style, quality and finish to a box of these writing papers than what you pay for. Prices, 60c, 50c, 40c, 35c, 25c. John W. Graham & Co. Cut This Out! Meals, 15c up, with soup, bread, butter, potatoes, tea, coffee or milk. MARSHALL'S BAKERY AND LUNCH BOOK, 615 Sprague avenue. We are in receipt of another case of women's mercerized sleeve less vests. Mercerized yarns are being used nowadays In the proa auction of garments, that look like silk and feel like silk, but which can be sold at less than half the price of the genuine article. We will display this line tomorrow. Vests of white, pink nnd blue, nicely finished and run with silk tape. Our price 2)vU)(S JEWELRY SECTOR An extensive assortment of brooches has just arrived, including new and beautiful designs in both solid gold und gold filled. Many are lncrusted with half pearls and whole pearls, which, by the way, are the very newest things. Thtse are priced at fJR E/ff\ $8.50, $8.00, $6.00. $5.00 and Other brooches are set with the best quality rhlnestones, rubles and many other stones; some in tho roso gold unset, but artistic in design. These range in prices V| (f^(f^l from $3.00 to <Ss) IS o^^ Also a large line of scarf pins, In solid and gold filled, at $2.60, $2.00, $1.75, $1.25, 75c and.... In our trunk and traveling accessories department you'll find a large and complete assortment of wicker telescopes and lunch re ceptacles In all the most convenient and desirable shapes nnd sizes. This Is a new department with us, but the demand has been so great we feel that you'll be glad to know that we are prepared to servo you. Prices upwards from aaV***"*/ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. NITTLETOR SHOE STORE. Now 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. 0607 MONROE. NORTH BIDE. PLVHBIBS. K. Petyus, plumber, 0809 Monroe, doos all kinds of plumbing; Jobbing and stove connecting a specialty. Tel. M. 23G2. JPME BHOPS. | We buy any old thing In the Junk line. 817 Second ay. Tel. M. 24G2. 80-0 SECOND «ABD GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M 303. 409 Spruguc. j 80-0 WU DEALEBS. i Standard Fuel & Ice Co., K4Ol ' Front, 'phone M. 695, Great AY"stern and Summit coal. Special prices made j In car 81-* j BOOMS- —UNFURNISHED. Three unfurnished rooms:, with electric lights, water and 'phone, close In $12. 1213 Main avenue. !)H-fi SPOKANE MARKETSI The following quotations of pricaa paid to produoeri by Spokane BOnY miaalon men and ohbers have been corrected today. Eggs-•*H.Rl> to $9 i>er cane: fresh rnnc K«gs— I* B - 50 ,0 P** •** e l fre,,h ranch 30e per dog. Poultry—chickens, roosters, 9c; hens, 12e to 14e, live weight; young chicken* lie to 14e; turkeys, dressed, 18c to 90c; dttck* and geese, 12c to 14c. Dairy products-butter fat, first grade, 29 l-2c; second grade, 27 l-2c; country butter, first grade, 2:ie to 30c; second grade (cooking), 12 l-2c to 20c; cheese, domestic, 18c to 23c lb. \ egetubles—potatoes, 50 to 0()e ewt; onions, $1.90 cwt; root vegetables, 65t: cwt; cauliflowi ', 16c to 20c. Hay-timothy, flOj alfalfa, $13; : grain hay, $13. drain—wheat, club, 63e bu; blue stem, 67c bu; oats, $1.05 ewt; barley, • $1.00 cwt. live stock-steers, $3.2.1 to $4 ewt; cows, $3 to $3.50 ewt; mutton, ewes, ■ $3 cwt; wethers, $4 ewt; hogs, $5 tt> I $5.20 «wt. veal, $8 to $9 cwt. LOOK LIKE BILK. EACH 50c. SLOANE PAINE GO. for those who come to see us at the store. Limit, live bars lo customer. No I phone orders received tor this soap. We curry Hasclwood butler, lb. . . .4Dc Special sale on cigars by the box. Finest oid Holland gin, <it $1.00 Protore and peanut butler, 1 lb. can aoo can ™» TUESDAY OHLT. Pot roast heel' 8c Rib boiling meat 6c 10 lbs. S.-P. Co.'s lard $1.00 6 lbs. H.-P. Co.'B lasd 80c 3 lbs. 8.-P. Co.'s lard 350 BLANKETS! BLANKETS! BLANKETS The Greatest Sale on all cotton, on wool mixed and strictly all wool blanket ever witnessed in this part of the country, is booked for Wednesday and Thursday of this week at If you are in need of blankets and are willing to pay exactly one half of what they are actually worth you cannot afford to miss seeing our window display and attend this great sale, for full particulars see tomorrow night s issue. Spokane (jREATEST STORE Tuesday's Startling Sale! Fairbanks 9 Santa Claus Soap Per Bar, 4 Cents. Mocha and Java coffee 460 Mooha and Java ooffee, lb. .350 Three lbs 91.00 S.-P. Co.'s Special Blend, II).30o 8H lb» •1.00 'PHONE EXCHANGE 9. PARLOR TABLES REDUCED PRICES Wo have n number of patterns of parlor tables of which we have but one or two of n kind und In order to close them out wo offer them nt n large reduction from former prices. There aro some splendid styles among these und every one Is of selected stock and hand polished. If you are In need of a. nice parlor stand, don't miss this. 82.75 parlor stands, special $1.93 $5.00 parlor stands, special 13.78 $5.60 parlor stands, special $4.15 $5.76 parlor stands, special 1)4.80 $12.00 parlor stands, special $7.15 $16.00 parlor stands, special $8.23 k Boy Now, Pay Later. FOUR POINTS FOR TRADERS. GRAIN, PROVISIONS. STOCKS, PLACE TOUR ORDERS WITH COE COMMISSION CO. THE General Offices: New York Life Illdg., Minneapolis, Minn. IQf>CT CCDI/lfl? Xost reliable market information. Largest ■ Datdl OtflwSwt private wire system in America. 2|Ains faiiaaaafJTaTa? to •**eute your orders If ths maxkst ■ ft m taUAIWIt I baY fesohea the price which you set. We charge HO IHTBaBBT for carrying long stocks. 3. MARGINS REQUlßED mttJ^m^m**' m m DEFERENCES 170 N " tion * l * nrt Btat * B * nk, i iw * nu >° ]a „ M . wo Issue each weak an esnaustivo review of the markets and the moat aoourate foreoaat of future movements. Free at any of our offices. E. K. ALDEN, Correspondent, Spokane Branch -Second Floor Traders' Block, Howard and Riverside, 0. P. Anderson Cash Grocer, :incle Ham's Rolled Oats, If|<» IMb. paokate dalta Ceres, t\Cg% :i packagai 4m J\* Malt-Too Flakes, ■ fif per puekugo I" 0526 Monroe Street, Tel. Main 884. MA BP COMfAWY rNGOKFvXATED. The Child's Harp company lias (lied articles of Incorporation. The com pany Is formed to sell the patent right of the child's harp, a recent In vention. The compsJiy Is capitalised at J200.000. WHEN YOU TRADS IN (Incorporated) Capital and Surplus, (600 000. Robinson Qrocerv LARD! GOOD LARD! PURE LARD! Cut Cash Price for Tuesday: 200(1 pounds— oii(« whole ton —of tho beet lard In town to go at 9o per pound. \ Five-pound pall 4Bc Teu-puuud ps.ll 800 Limit, nun pall. Delivered only with other goods. Your last ohanue to buy cheap laid. Don't blame ua If you miss It. or If It's all gone before yuu order. 914 Riverside Ay. All the Credit You Want. COMPANY Telepaoue 848.