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HOW TO BET THEIR COIN ———— Irotnro oomett un britt oo TOMORROW NIGHT MAS THE OLD TIME WOEUBTZO SPORTS O-UEBSXHG OH WHAT TMB OUT COME WXLX. BE. (By Jimmy Collins.) "Young Corbett" and Jimmy Britt Will do bottle Friday night at San Francisco. The fight is not for the featherweight title not the lightweight title, yet should Corbett win he will ■ . A* r A FRONT VIEW OF THE CALI FORNIA BOY. gain the self-imposed title of "white lightweight champion," claimed by J. IDdward Britt. When Jimmy refers to himself under this title he has visions of one Joe Cans (colored) the real lightweight champion. Both the pool renins in this city will get the results of the fight by wire. Betting thus far is even money with the liritt simoJeons somewhat scarcer than the backing of the Rocky Moun tain kid. "Young Corbett," without the least doubt, hns earned the title of "the best little man w the world." In Britt, California professes to have the best man of the two. Britt is different from most pugilists in that he is well TACOMA'S MAYOR *A hot fight is on in Tacoma for the office of mayor. Mayor Campbell, who defeated Kawrett, Senator Foster's candidate, in the republican convention, is accused of having formed a combine with Governor Mcßrido. This he'has denied, though not very heartily. Whether the railroads will attempt to defeat hjm is not known. It is claimed that if he can win the mayoral!)' for the third time he will contest .Senator Foster for the endorse ment of Pierce county for the posi tion of senator. STRONG BOX IS EMPTY CITY HAS SPENT All. AVAIL ABLE rOTTOS AID HEW WATS AHD MEANS MUST BE DEVISED FOB LAYING HEW WATER MAINS. According to the statement of City Comptroller Daggett there Is no money in the city treasury for ex tending the water mains which tho city council mads appropriations for extending last full. "The money ap propriated last July for extension of Spokane Proof Mrs. HJ. Waltere of KI9J4 Rivenlds avenues aays: "Tha merit of Doan's Kidney PiUa U beyond Question. I prooured them at the floully Drug company, itore, on Riverside avenue, and their ua* relieved me of backache and other very marked symptome of kidney complaint which had given ms a good deal of annoy anoa for some time. Anyone lufTerlng from this moat prevalent ailment, judging from my experience, will Improve their health and add to their comfort by giving Doan'a Kldnsy Pills a trial." For sale by all dealere. Price ft cents per boa. Poeter-Mll bum Co.. Buffalo. M. T., sol* egents for ths United Ntates. Remember tbe nam*—Doan's—and take no other. educated and refined and conducts himself in a manner different from that which has earned for the class such- a bad name. There never wns n fight on which opinion hfis ho differed ns on this one. What -the Wise Ones Say. Billy Rocht —"Give me "Corbett," one, two, three." Billy Jordan (announcer)—"lt will be a great fight. I cannot remember two more evenly matched good ones. Greatest go in years." Eddie Smith (referee)—"lt looks like a toes-up to me. I've seen both boys and either one might cop it." Toby Irwin (Britt's htepping stone) — "Britt to win the decision. He has everything that " 'Corbett" ' has and is faster. Alec Greggains—"lt's too close for me. Both great boys.' Harry Corbett—"l can't pick it, but I'll be there." Sam Berger—"Jimmy will win after a hard fight, but it will be Britt all through." Sol Levison (making the gloves)— "My hi.nds ,are up. Search me! Either one suits me." Old Man Britt—"Jimmy's jaw is stronger than ' "Corbett's" ' stomach. My son will knock him out as sure as my name is Jim." Tim Metirath—"This kid from l)e.'.- ver is the preserves. Stand a tap on him." mains wns Iliad up by December," ■aid Mr. Daggett yesterday. The council has requested Comp troller Daggett and City Treasurer KJggleston to propose some measure by which sufficient funds can be rais ed to have the water mains extended. Mr. Egglcston said yesterday: "I have not thought of the subject yet, but will tuko it up with Mr. Daggett immediately. A feasible plan might bo to issue a mortgage against the water rocelpts, but I will not propose such a measure until I talk with Mr. Daggett." Mr. Daggett said: "I have con sidered the mntter somewhat and think the best plan would be to levy against tho district In which the water mains will be laid. This levy would be a permanent affair. If the people objected to levying by dis tricts the ulty could be levied ns a whole district. This method lias been found to work well In Seal tie." COMPANY THINKS WAITING STATIONS ARE A NIISANCE At a recent meeting of the officers anil directors of the Washington Water Power company there waa a dioouaslon of the merits of out statlons for the shelter of passengers waiting for transfer, Tho consensus of opinion wns that this matter When a Woman's Back Aches The aches and paina that dssall a woman's back when the kidneys are sick taks all the life—all ths energy—all the ambi tion out of hsr. Backache makes her tired out and wssry. with nervea unstrung—shs must attend to dally duties even though racking kidney pains mske every motion of ths body a misery. Then, too, when the kidneys are not relieved there Is th* annoy »ne* and danger of urinary disorder*, flood heslth can only be obtained with well kidneys. Keep th* kldneya well with the greatest of modern specifics. Doan'a Kidney Pills. should not be taken seriously, aa aa, investigation of street railways tn, other cities showed that these shel ters had proved but a public nulsanoe and had to be discontinued. Such a station was built by the company here some time ago at the Minnehaha line and" had to be torn down for the same cause, as there were many complaints regarding the matter. The company will install new cross walks at all crossings where it is muddy. This work will be undertaken Immediately. MINING CONGRESS (Special to The Press.) PORTLAND, Ore., March 24.—The business and professional men of Port land met in an enthusiastic gathering Monday night at the commercial club for the purpose of hearing discussed by the national officers of the American Mining congress the benefits to be de rived from the meeting which will be held here in August. Many prominent speakers were heard. Governor Chamberlain called the tneeting to order. After several ad dresses, the following program was adopted: August 22—-Reception, organization, addresses of welcome by Mayor Will iams and Governor Chamberlain; re sponses etc. August 23 —President's address; ad dress on the Lewis and Clark exposi tion, to be delivered by some distin guished Oregonian; address, "The Rela tion of Mining to the General In dustries of the Country," probably by William J. Bryan or ex-Senator Towns. August 24—An address setting forth the need of a department of mines and mining at Washington. This will be delivered by some statesman of great reputation, among those now consider ed being Senator Dolliver of lowa and Senator Newlands of Nevada. The establishment of a branch assay office at Portland will also .be considered. August 26—Ai» address setting forth to the plan of establishing permanent headquarters for the congress and gen eral business. August 26—Presentation of scietific papers and routine business. August 27—Election of officers and selection of place for next meeting. LUMBERMEN WANT 40 PER CENT RATES SRATTLK, March 24—Governors of the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Kansas nnd Nebraska have been asked by the Pacific Coast Lumlier Manufacturers' association to join in the petition re cently prepared by the association ask ing the Northern Transcontinental railroads to grant an extension of the 40-eent lumber rate into Nebraska, Kansas and lowa. Some of them have replied to the requests, stating that they will comply with them and favorable replies are exacted from the others. Within a few days the association originating the petition will appoint a commit tee representing the largest bus iness interests in the states of Wash ington, Orgon and Idaho to go to St. Paul to urge upon the presidents and traffic officers of the railroads in question, favorable action on the petition. M'BRIDE CLUB CALLED President .T. A. Schiller haa called a meeting of the KooseveltMcHriile club of Spokane for tomorrow night ni the municipal courtroom at the city hall. Plans will be made for the re ception of the governor Saturday, when he arrives in the city, and for the meet ing in the evening at the Auditorium, at which he will speak. WORK FOR A NIAGARA SHIP CANAL WASHINGTON, D. C, March 24— At die hearing 'before the Rivera end Harbors committee tomorrow rein- A TRIAL FREE TO SPOKANB PRKSB RRADKRS NAM t - i „ - ». Q. n ■ «T«Tm- mm— Jm . , THE RPOMANJ? PKFSSt Ts-IjIiRSIU T. MARCH 24, 1904. CURED TO STAY CURED BT White Ribbon Remedy. Ho taste. Ho odor. Any womas east give it tn glass of water, tea, ooffss or food without patient's knowledge. White Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroy the diseased appetite for all alcoholic drinks, whether the patient is a confirmed inebriate, a "tippler," social drinker or drunkard. Indorsed by Member, of W. O. T. V. Impossi ble for any one to have an appetite for alcoholic liquors after using White Ribbon Remedy. It has made many thousands of permanent cures, and in addition restores the victim to normal health, steadying the nerv.es. Increasing the will power and deter mination to resist temptation. Sold by druggists everywhere and by mail. Sold in every drug store. $1. Also a special slse guaranteed to ours ox money refunded by the druggist. Trial package free by writing or calling on Mrs. T. C. Moore. superintendent press, W. C. T. U., SO7 S. Bunlrer Hill avenue, Los Angeles. Cal. Special agents In Spokane, Wash.: Also a special size guaranteed to cure or money refunded by the drug gist. Emporium Pharmacy, •SS Riverside Avenue. Sengfelder's Easter Novelties Finest display of Easter goods in the city. Call early, whTs the assortment tt large. Spokane Bakery Co., Phone 306. S. II HOW AID ST. tive to the proposed Niagara ship canal the commerce of the Great Lakes will be represented by one of the strongest delegations ever sent to Washington. The project has the support of Jas. J. Hill of the Great Northern, of the Lake CsrneiV association, and the chamber of commerce and other trades organizations of Minneapolis, Duluth, Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo and other cities whose interests would be bene fited by the construction of the pro posed ship canal around Niagara and the completion of the 1000-ton barge canal from Buffalo to the seaboard. All of the various interests are expect ed to be represented at tomorrow's hearing and if the project does not receive a decided boost before the house committee it will not be because of lack of effort on the part of its advocates. BATTLE ROYAL IN CHELAN COUNTY As fierce a political fight is on for control in Chelan county among the republicans as * exists in any of the largest counties of the state. Mr. Atkinson, state auditor and aspirant for the governor's seat, comes from Chelan county and it is a life and death matter that he carry his own little county if he expects to win in the state convention. (lovernor Mcßride's friends also are strong in Chelan county, and they have decided it would be a pretty piece of work to semi a Mcßride dele gation to the convention from Atkin son's county. ,T. Howard Watson, < lovernor Moßride's private secretary, has his home in Chelan county and Mr. Watson's brother-in-law, Mr. Field, was a member of the Inst legislature and an ardent Mcßride follower and one of the ablest commission men in the lower house. The tight is very hot and the mountains and the valleys are being ransacked by each side tor votes in the primaries. LADY MACCABEES IN SESSION (Specie] to Tho Press.) XV BRETT, Wash. March 24.-A hearty welcome was accorded today to the delegates who assembled hero from all parts of Washington for the state convention of the Ladies of the Maccabees. The gathering was formal ly opened in Kr.ternal hall. The roll call showed a full attendance of dele gates from all the local branches of the order throughout the state. The con vention which will be in session several days, will l>e addressed by Mrs. Lillian M. Hollister, of Detroit, supreme commander, and other prominent officers of the order. MM ftll our or loi T 818 TV TWO FEBaONS LOST TKEIB LIVES AMD BAIT BBB DBBBD SOMBUM ZM UTtU SFAHIBH VILLAGE (Scrlppa Newa Atisoclatlon.) MAUKII), March ti.— Thirty-two peraon.i were killed at the village of Ouovaa today and many wore rendered homeleaa feraUtent ralna rec, ntly In that section eauaed a winking of a bis; district on which tha village la lo cated. J)When the representative of n outslda house comes into town and works among your customers you feel that an out rage Is being done. That's Just the way we feel about buying calendars and ad vertising supplies from eastern bouses. Don't do It when you buy for lsoi. * Inland Printing Company 810-eia BERAOUR, BEOKAHH. Oregon R. R. & Nay. Go. orcfti short Uic R. R. Uiln Pacific R. R. ONLY LINE BAST VIA Salt La he and Denver Steamship ticket* to and from Europe ana other foreign countries. Daily Spokane Time Benedule Dally Dep. Effective Deo. 14. l»Ot. Ait. FAST MAIL—To and J*** 1 from Coeur d'Alene dle- A. M. trlct. Farmlngton. Oar field, Colfax. 'Pullman. •Moscow, 'Pomeroy. Waltsburg, Dayton, Walla Walla. Pendleton, ft.. Baker City and all points ""O EAST. W.WL . _ _ EXPRESS—For Farm -4! 30 lngton, Colfax. Pullman. _ w Moscow, Lewiston, Port ■* ■ land, San Franolaeo, Baker City and all points BAST. EXPRESS—From all Solnts EAST, Baker City, an Francisco, Portland, If Colfax. Garfield and'MO Farmlngton. A. Is*. * Except Sunday. SHORT XaXHS TO OAX.n>OBHZA. a«» u< r[ . nn i./>, t _ U...-t i«_.t San Franolsco - Portland route. Steamers sail from A Ins worth dock, Portpand, at > P. m. every Aye days. GEO. J. MOHLER. Gen. Agt.. 410 Riverside Are.. Spokane, Wash. Telephone Main 181. The Warwick h Turf Exchange 520 Riverside Aye. Phone Mala 544. Commission Placed on Eastern and \. Western Races. Oxford Turf Exchange 11l Howard Street. X Tel. Main 181. Spokane. Wash. Commission Placed on Seattle and Eastern RACKS. Exchange National Baal OS BFOKASra. Wash. Designate* l Depository United Statsa Capital* f160.000.Ct Surplus and undivided profits »17».6859» E. I. Dyer. president; Charlee Sweeny, vice prealdent; C. B. Mo- Broom, cashier; W. M Shaw, assist ant esshlsr. TBE TRADERS' NATIONAL BANK of Spokane. Wash. Oldest bank la the city. Capital. 1200,000. Officers Alfred C*,-olldge, president; A. Kuhn. vice president; Charles 8. Kiting., cashier; J. Elmer West. assistant eaahler. Directors—Alfred Cool Idas. £ Kuhn, M M Cowley. Patrick dark, James Monaguan. . Nelson's CMS POPDIAI FBXOS BTOBI, Save Just Opened a Mew Shoe Department. Everything In footwear for men. women and children. Every pair of shoes sold guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. .... Corner Spragne and M0nr0*..... SUIRIX'I OLD BTIHD. THE 8R00K... cor. Front and Mill. ...DROP 1N... IF IT'S GOOD We have it. FINEST WINE MOMS IM TBE CITT. "NUF SED" MURGITTKOYD S KBUM A BBAUiY (IMO I At tlie Old Stunil. Corner Hivrr Sid* and Poit Street. Onr Prescription Departuieut Ia Our Prlrta. STOPPED l-RCC Forßiaotatli Cured to. OR. KLINE'S GREAT NERVE RESTORER r u>.i<\ LTtnof. Imi o .. tr »aL i> m «n »< •a itiivL iiiirin: ruy.i: Permanent Cure. •«.» .. / pmrnmrn MJUf, f., .11 HMNHtNt.'UMI, X; IV I*- / , C|ls3'>l4, BtVltll' DAB**, rx-bliltr. &JnauaUou. r... J. i :i:: |m BJif y gjj ArCh St.. f hlUcelpfcla, Doctors 9 Bills Come High Taken when you have that chilly feeling, they will ward off a cold. It makes the blood circulate. California Brandy or Cognac, Rock and Rye, 50c a Full Pint. 10 Year Old Rich Rye, SOo a Full Pint 25c a Full Half Pint WROZ.XBAX.II AID RETAKE. Just to Remind You of An Important Fad A healthful beverage prolongs life. The proof of this statement 1b demonstrated by the long life enjoyed by people living in countries where Beer is the national bever age. You will know SCHADE'S BEER by its rich flavor and purity of taste. It is to be had where good beverrges are sold. Schade Brewing Co., Cor. Front and Sheridan St*. Los Angeles Wine Co., Tit Sprague avenue: Gentlemen: Your Port Wine Tonic is certainly a most wonderful remedy. Hy wife has suffered with asthma for 20 years and has tried about everything In the drug store. Having tasted your Port Wine Tonic while In Spokane I pur chased a gallon for her. This gallon has given her more genu ine relief than she has known in 20 years. Send me a case by express. f. H, KEITH. Thornton, Wash. . i TBBTIMOVXAXB PUBXOSXBD ST XBQtTBBT OVX.T. Los Angeles Wine Co. Phone Main 373. A Sympa thetic Light —easy on eyes and purse—is afforded by the Meridian Lamp. Just the thing for the parlor diningroom or bedroom. Does not cost any more than an ordinary 32-candle power to operate. Let us show you them. The Washington Water Power Co. Riverside and Lincoln. ricket Office. W7OI Klversld* Avenua. Phone Main 4«». vmx bouts or tmb nrn abt> TKB FAST MAIL. 2BABT ABB WBBT fy TBAIHB BTBBT BAT aC Kaetbeundt Leave, Kant Mall 9:45 p. m. Leave, The Flyer 8:35 a. aa. West bound* Leave. Flyer T:2« a. m. Leave. Fust Mail 8:15 p. tn. For tiokets and full Information call on or addreea 11 BKANDT. C. T. T. A. FttM Measured Wine Bottles Plnta and Quarts These Coma Low. 50c FULL PINT. DURItIN, PHONE MAIM 415 713 Sprague Aye. PROP. LEOPOLD SCHADE, in structor In Violin and Piano Music, has established himself in Spokane. Prof. Schade Is a graduate of the Conservatory of Music at Souder hauson, Germany Boom 04 Sherwood Block. WARREN OLIVER Gas and electrical supplies, chan deliers and shade*. Ko. 3 North Lis* own ctrcet. Phoae Main 9048. CLASSIFtIt) AiVERTISENtNTS WAKTBP—MllOllLmiotyi, WftßUd—At th.- City Stable* two teams to log and to haul lumbar For nil particular* inquire at City St iblei Tat Main 103. MXX.X. AHD BEMAQT/B. Spokane, Wash. Electrician. CLASSiFItD ADVCRTISCMCNfS. HELP WANTED. FIFTEEN WORDS ONE TIME Fit KM UNDER THIS HEAD. MAXJg. Boy to work in hardware store. Joe Michel, 0817 Monroe. » Janitor, by the Inland Printing com pany; must be honest, cleanly and in dustrioua; references required. Party to contract to haul wood to the Hotel Spokane for one year. A young German to work on farm; fine home for right man. Apply to Henry Hurk of Cold Storage Market. Blacksmith. Call Spokane Oma mental Iron Wire Works, E2U Sprague avenue. rtMAiS. Olrl for general housework; small family. Tel. Main »64. Girl for general housework. At KtiOM Paclflc avenue. fllrl for general housework. Apply 13a:t Thlril avenue. Girl for general housework. Apply 1012 Fifth avenue. + Girl for general housework. E32» Mission. A lady cook for boarding house; good wages; long Job; southern Ore gon. Address Mrs. Clemas. Pedicord hotel. A competent girl for general house work. Mrs. George A. Latimer, EBOJ Nora avenue. • A good home for middle aged wom en. 8422 Walnut. Inquire in fore noon. Girl for general housework; small family. Apply 01823 Hamilton. Tailoress to repair gents' clothing. Unique Tailoring Co. Nurse girl; $8.50 week; must sleep home. Tel. Msln 8»T. Millinery salesladies wantsd at Btl Riverside. ABSTmAo* eomtrMJft. - Guaranty Abstract Company, incor porated 1897, J. 8. Llchty. manager, room 64 Jamieson block, Spokane. 101 -*• BICYCLES. California Cycle Co., bicycle repalr ing, supplies, new and second hand wheels. Tel. M. 810. 19 Riverside. ' 111-»3 nvatmsmu OKAtreai. For sale, by the owner, second hand store: splendid location, good stock. J. A, Hal nd man, 230 Riverside. 113-11 A TURNBUL.L. Remodeling of all kinds of build ings; store fitting; Jobbing. Prices low. Si 73 Stevens. Tel. M. «BS. OAMr-olrf 6%b9mxMtM. It you want the highest price for your old clothing and shoes, try J. C. Metxger. 218 Main street. 'Phone Main 104. 120-0 . . _—■ 1 —r- Corns, bunions. Ingrowing toenails painlessly removed. Manicuring. Mrs. M. D. Hill. 401 Mohawk. Tel. M. 1040. 101-T TXfcdTMMS 9t3AJrM». If your elothee need cleaning and £resslng. go to August Blusson, I Incoln street Tel. M. 1041. 104-' Oeergte Stone Academy of Danetaf and Physical Culture. Elks' Temple. Phone Mala 1414. TheTbeilDetective Service Co. Wo do a general detective business in all parte of United States and Canada. Spokane office. 4IS Empire State building. W. S. Swain, manager. Day phone Main 145 T. Night 'phone. Mala 1414. 14(-*S Moles, pimples, wrinkles, superflu ous heir permanently removed. Thin or faded hair corrected. Dandruff cured. N. T. Electro-Therapeautlo Co.. 402 Mohawk. Tel. M. 2940. Lady operators In attendance. tMtt aVllft 9&VMS7~ Lost—Sunday, a lady's gold watch, set with diamonds. Reward for re turn to Mrs. D. Boyington, 506 Fern well block. lit ' »A<»IAX MAJsVAOB American Beauty Parlors, facial massage, scalp treatment, vapor and electric baths, cosmetic mfg. Tel. M. 240$ 714 H Riverside. 88-0 Will exchange ISO acres land, nine miles from Spokane, for city prop erty; land Is all level; 40 acres in win ter wheat; four-room house. Price, only $20 per acre. HOLE at WADHAM, Auditorium Bldg.. Under Postofflce. 80-aere farm to sell or trade for city property. Write for particular* of the owner. H. H. Cogswell, R. F. P No. 1. Mica, Waah. 117-13 nrBX ajMJMMM. Standard Fuel & Ice Co., E4OI Front. Tel. M C»5. Try our Great Western coal, $7.75 per ton. Special prices In car lots. tj¥j rtTRHISHOBD BOOMS. Nicely furnished rooms, single and housekeeping; bath. Fourth floor Marlon block. Tel. Red 671. Tran sients 2*3-0 ■tat. >»Aur, nova, eaasA&a. rure jrrannm and whole wheat flour our specialty. Spokane Cereal Co., corner First and Lincoln. Tel. M. 427. 9».e jottx. sxcoraj. We buy any old thing In tha Junk line. 317 Second ay. Tel. M. 2452. SO-0 We buy rntts. bottles. sacks, etc. Tel mack 4523. Kl4 Front. 111-lg MBPICAI,. Vlavi has cured thousands. It wtlt cure you. 110-111 Van Valkenberg block 111-1 icgpoAa. Sot of strings for any instrument. 40c. Book Exchange. 110 Division. 105-»S PAOTTIO TBAMBPEB 00. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. Tel. 199 320-0 FiWI BMOXEBS. Pawn broker and loan office, 333 Msm nmiw P. Hickford. 193-0 booms—Tf?Tnra ■ ■— ma In suites, furnished or Tel. Red 3327 F. 503 Riverside. 119-g To Let—Housekeeping and single rooms at reasonable rates. K. U. Klefer, fourth noor Hasel block. BOOMS—MO »pTJBBKB»»TBt». Halnler-Tirand. Mrs. J c. Stewart, prop. Finest furnished rooms in cltvl baths. »11V* Hiverslde between Post and Lincoln. Phone Main 1171. I*7-0 Klegantly furnished room*. Hotel Touraln*. opposite Review building*. Tel M. 3004. 110-4) ■BOOBD MAMB 00088. IllKhest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. SOI. 409 Sprague. »o-e Smith A Co.. US 121 Post street. Oldeat established undertakers hi So .k.tne. Phone Main 201. BT-S TOCAI, BTOBIC AMP BXO<rPTTOB. (leoi'Elo Stone Academy School of opera. Voice Culture. Dramatic Art. Kike' Temple. 'Phono Main 14»i.