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SPOKANE FLOWEBB, DBOORATXOBS, BEAU TIFUL MUSIC BT WILL DRILL ED CXOXXS ABB SPECIAL DIS COURSES TBE ORDER OF TBE BAT. Today all of the Christian churches In the city are busy decorating their houses of worship for tho Raster day services. Of all the days in the Christian year the one marking the close of Lent and the resurrection of the Christ Is the most elaborately celebrated. At the Catholic and Rpia- Copul .churches there will be early services In connection with tho regu lar Sunday services. The rules of both churches command that the Communicants receive the sacraments On Master Sunday. All of the churches In the city will be decorated In holiday attire. Flow ers and plants of every description Will bo used to make tlie churches look beautiful. Dr. Rasmus will preach his Initial Bcrmon at the First M. R. church and the music will be a feature. Special services have been arrang ed for most of the churches In the city. At the Bethel Presbyterian church a program will he given hy the Sun day school In tlie evening, while the morning service will be full of Raster music nnd Heater joy. At the Cen tral, Baptist church Raster music will be tlie feature of the morning service. Tho Sunday school children of the I'ilgrlm Congregational church will conduct the 10 o'clock meeting. Tho other services at 11 and 7:30 will he full of Raster music. At moat of tha churches the resur rection of tho Christ Will he the topic tn sermon nnd song. Ail Saints' cathedral will be opon for worship on Sunday. Nearly all Of the alterations have been com pleted nnd the church is now being decorated. The choir will sing special music and Mrs. J. H, Kayler will render solos at both the morning ami evening services, a string quartet Will add to the beauty of the service. At Trinity Episcopal an elaborate musical program has been prepared. ReV, rtss will conduct the service at the Central Christian church. In place of the regular evening service the M|hle class will conduct a service In which the various classes of tlie Sunday school will take part. An or chestra will furnish v portion of the music. The Fourth Presbyterian church, the UniM Park M. E. church, the Dean Avenue Christian church and tho First United Presbyterian churches will hold special services. The Catholics will hold their serv ices in the new church, which has been decorated beautifully. The 11 O'clock mnss will he one of the most beautiful and inspiring In tho city. The inutile will tic of a very high order, as tho Catholic Easter music is beautiful. AH of tho Sunday schools will have Special services for the youngsters. At most of the Churches the children will tic I given Beater eggs or some other memento of the season. At tho Bptacopal churches the mite boxes which the children huve been tilling Will be opened on Master morning. The services of Blaster Sunday will bo the most elaborate of the year, the music will bo far out of the ordinary nnd the churches will all be crowded. At first Baptist Church. At the First Baptist ohuroh, cor ner of Lincoln street and Second ave nue, there will he special Blaster services all day. They will begin with the communion and memorial of the Lord's supper at 10 o'clock. At 11 the pastor, Dr. Van Osdel, will preach on "Christ's Resurrection Simply Sign the Coupon. Know How To Get Well. That is ail. Send no money. Tell me the book you need. I will arrange with a druggist near you for six bottles of Dr. Shoop's Restorative Take it a month at my risk. If it succeeds the cost to you is $5.50. If it fails the druggist will bill the cost to me. And I leave the decision to you. Don't Walt Until Ton Are Worse Taken in time, the suffering of this little One would huve tieon prevented. Her mother writes me; "Two years ago my little girl wns Hlek continuously for six months. We tried many doctors, and they fulled, yet it took only two bottles of your remedy to cure her, and sho has res mnlned cured. You can tell others Of this cure If you ho desire—Mra. C. H, Avery, Rockdale, N. Y." "I'ls n pity she did not first write me, before the case was dangerous. The wife of Omor Andrus of Ma you Chloot, T,n., had been sick for 30 years for otriht years could do practically no work. He writes: "When sho first started taking the Restorative she bnrely welshed !h) pounds; now she weighs 135, nnd hi I able esslly to do alt her housework." Twenty "dark" years might huvo been "hrtght" ones. j. o. Biutngeley of Thomasvllle, Oa., for throe years has been crippled with disease. Now ho Is well. Ho writes: < "I spout 1250 for other medicines, nnd the IS I have spent with you have done mo more good than all the rest." Both money and suffering might have been saved. And tlmse arc only three from over 6R.11A1) similar roses. These letters — dozen* of them—Come every day to me. I low much serious Illness the no- Stornttvo has prevented I have no means of knowing, lor the slightly 111 and the Indisposed simply get a bottle nr two of their druggist, ami 1 never hem - from them. But of aoo.oiio sick pass seriously sl'ilv. mind you who nskod for my guarantee, l» cut of each i<\ hajjs paid. I'sld because they got well. Fundamental." The choir will sing "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today" (Williams) and "Break Forth Into Joy" (Tlarnby). The solo will be by M. T. Stiff, "The Prince of Peace Is King" (Jordan). Appropriate exer cises will occupy the Sunday school hour, which will close with a bap tismal service. At 7:30 the pnstor will preach on "The Resurrection as an Attainment.'' Tho choir will sing "Fill the Font With Rises'' (Warren) and "Praise Ye the Lord" (Bradbury). The solo will be by Mrs. L. L. Parent, "The Resurrection" (Harry Rowe Shelly). CHESS CHAMPIONS COMING BERLIN, April 2.—A half dozen of. the world's most famous oh CSS experts sailed today on the Hamburg-American liner Pretoria for New York. They nre , to take part in the forthcoming inter- I national championship tournament nt | Cambridgs Springs. Pa. The party is headed by l)r. unanuel the World's champion, and the other mem- j ben are Tscbigorin of Russia, Mario nnd Bchtechter of Vienna. Mieses of Lcipsic, nnd Maracozy of Budapest. Lawrence, the British expert, and Marshall, tbe American who lins been in Ktirope for some time, will join the party when the Pretoria touches nt Plymouth and Jsnowiski of Paris will j be taken aboard nt Cherbourg, so that | all of tbe Kuropena players will reach i America at the samp time. SCHOOL TEACHERS CONFER MINNEAPOLIS, April 2.—A general conference of the city school superin tendents of Minnesota began ut the state university yesterday and will con tinue through today. The lending cities nnd towns of tbe state arc represented. The superintendents have no place in the state educational association and consequently it was decided to bold a separate conference for the discussion of problems pertaining particularly to the Work of supervision. MORE BUSY HENS The hennery of Mis. C. \V. Dicker hoof, at 103 [/Be street, lias set a remarkable pace for the month of March. She thinks she lias captured the record, She has 20 hens -just mix ed breed—with the black Spanish pre dominating. For tho month of March these sturdy fowls laid 288 ege;s. Th;' licst day was the -Ith, when 16 eggs greeted Mrs. Dickenhoof, On the lllth there wns a funeral at the hennery— one of the bens found the pace too fast and couldn't slnnd it. She died nnd then there were only 19 left to keep up the record. POWER COMPANY WANTS TO BUILD Tlie Washington Water Power com pany contemplates building an ottiee building on Flume street on the small strip of ground west of Post street, oust of Lincoln street und north of Main avenue. ,L J". Browne ul one time dedicated this strip of ground to tbe city but now claims it as his personal property on tbe ground that it whs never accept ed. If tbe Washington Water Power company can get possession of the property either from the city or Mr. Browne it is expected the building will be commenced tliis summer. Architect Albert Held bus been re tained by the company to draw up tho plans and can have them completed «s soon as an Agreement is reached be tween the disputants. It is the plan of the company to make the building a three-story brick structure, which will be Occupied exclusively by the offices of the company. Why the Reiitorativo Succeed* You nmy oil mid rubi adjust und re pair a woak engine. It will never ho similiter n"r do Its work batter, with out strain. Wore power--mom BteS.nl is necessary. And so with tho vttsl organ*, Doc tor tlie.nl as you will That's lusre re pairing, Permanent euros never come save through treating the nerves that operato those organs. Ami that my Restorative does. After almost a lifetime of labor — of study at bedsides and researoh In hospitals—l made this discovery. I found n way to treat, not the organs themselves, but the nerves the In side nerves—that operate these or gans and give them power and strength and health. That discovery has shown me the way to cure. It makes my offer possible, I know tlie remedy. I never enn forget the study, all the research, the trials and tests that perfected it. I have watched Its aonon year after year in canes difficult, discouraging. Time alter llms 1 have seen It tiring buck health to those poor ones whom hope hud almost deserted. 1 know what It will do. My only problem Is to convince you. Ami go T make my offer. And the hnre fact that I male such an otter ought or Itself to convince you that 1 know how to cure. Please read it again, it means exaotty what i say. No entclt no misleading phrases in It. Rlrnplv this you ins* the medi cine iiel I will take the risk. And yon—not I—decide if you are to imy. VIRGINIA READY FOR LAUNCHING NKWPORT NKWS, Va., April 2.— 0. B, Orient, president of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock com pany, announces the completion of all arrangements for the launching of the battleship Virginia next Tuesday. The hour of the launching will be about 1 o'clock, at high tide. It will be a gala day for Newport News and vicinity. The program of festivities will include v big military nnd Are pecads and tlie mobilization of innumerable craft of all descriptions in the harbor directly off the ship yard. After tlie Virginia is launched there wiU probably be 18 months work to be done befOVe she is ready to go into commission, The a/mo red cruiser West Virginia, which was launched a year ago this month, is rapidly Hearing completion but will not be ready for the government within six months, Tbe Maryland which wns launched last September, will be at the yard nnotber year nt least. It is a matter of historical coinci dence that the point, where the new- Virginia will tnke to the water is with in sight of the battleground of tho great struggle between the confederate ironclad Virginia (Mcrrimac) and the Monitor on March f>, IPC2. WHAT DOES THE EXTENSION MEAN CHICAGO, April 2.—Western rail road men are speculating as to the real Inwardness of the Chicago.Great West ern extending its I>e Kalb branch into tbe soft coal territory nnd Peoria. The Scheme is generally regarded ns merely another step on President Stockney's part in tbe direction of getting a fair sale of his read to some other railroad. Tbe move, it is thought, is specially aimed at the Burlington, which lias numerous lines in the country in question, with the object of inducing the Hill interests to buy the Great Western. The report that the Great Western plans to build to St. Louis is not taken seriously in view of the known difficulties the road would en counter in securing an entrance into that city. OVERSTREET RENOMINATED INDIANAPOLIS, April 2 Congress man Jesse (M-rstreet wns renominated today by the republican congres.-,i<mal convention of the Seventh district. There were no dissenting votes. Will i.im Rothe and John B. Cockram were elected delegates to the national con vention nnd were instructed to vote for tbe renominntion of President Roosevelt. MAKE ANTI-PARKER MOVE IN NEW YORK ALBANY, N. V., April 2.—Seeking to hit at ex-Senator David It. Hill an,l to injure the boon of Judge Parker for the presidential nomination, the Albany county democrats together with the Bryan element of the democracy of New York city have arranged a ban quet ut the Btanwick hall m this city for tonight. The affair is announced us a dollar Jefferson dinner. The principal speakers of the evening are to he ex-Senator Charles A. Towns, Judge Samuel Seabwy of New York city and Henry George, Jr., all of whom are known as Warm supporters of Bryan and antagonistic to ex-Seaa- -Rook No. 1 on Dyspepsia Hook No 4 for Women Hook No. 2 on the Heart Nook No. 5 for Men (sealed) Hook No. 3on the Kl.lneys Book No. 6on Rheumatism Send mo the book otieekedubove. Sign hero Address All yon ITeed to Do ■Imply ■loii the above —that Is all. Ask for tlie iwiok you nouti. Tho otter t make is broad is liberal. The way Is easy—ls I, The Ro- Itorativo la certain. Bui ih> not misunderstand tut Tills Is not free treatment, with nothing to pay, Buch an oner wmhi be misleading won!.l belittle the phyawlalt who made it. But i setters In a sick one's. honesty his gratitude. That when he Is rured, he win pay the ,t of the treatment md gladly, - I make this "iter so that those who might doubt, may team nt my risk Tell of It. pleaae, ta « Irlond who is sick. Or send me his name That's' hut a trim iv ash -a minute's time » postal, lie Is your friend ?ou 300 help him. My way may he his Only wiv t., get well. T, a Stranger, Offer t,. do all this. Won't you. his friend, lit* neighbor Imply write? lie will learn from my hook a way to get well t'evhsps. as 1 say |i„. mly way for him. Ills ease may bo serious—hopeless almost Other phyatcluna other specialists may have failed. Tho matter Is urgent, then Write me n p stnl or sl«n above today. Addie*a, Dr. .Snoop, Uu.t 4522, Kaclne, Wis. THE SPOKANE PRESS: SATURDAY. APRIL 3, loo#. tor rfiJl and the Parker boom. The underlying purpose of the gathering is said to be a plan to keep TTill from going to the national convention as a delegate. DEMOCRATIC DISSATISFACTION Stevens county expects to have two democratic conventions this year. The convention to send delegates to the state convention has been called to meet April 33. Tlie nominating con vention will be held luter, probably well into tbe summer. Thomas N'ngle, brother of County Auditor Nagle. lias been chosen state committeeman in place of J. 0. De Hoven, who has resigned. Tlie now man lias only been in the state six months. Much dissatisfaction exists because of his selection. COLLEGE BASEBALL IN THE WEST CHICAGO, April 2.—College bese ball in the west makes it" first appear ance of the year at Champaign today witli the beginning cf a series of gameH between the University of Illinois nine and the Minneapolis American associa tion team, which is to put in two Week* of spring practice at the university city. In reality, however, the college season will not begin until two weeks hence when Chicago, Michigan, Northwest ern, Purdue, [ndtanna, Notre I)nine, Nebraska,, Wisconsin and the other big colleges of the middle west will be gin their schedules. Favorable reports from all cf the colleges and the out look is for an unusually successful season. IDAHO DELEGATION Tlie Capita] City News of Boise. Idaho, predicts that the state republi can convention will send the following delegation to the national convention. First district, Senator W. Ti. Hey buiti; second district, (!. W. Thomp son; third district, Frank R. Coffin; fourth district, Y. R. Gooding; fifth district. Judge Stand rod; sixth district. ox-Senator ShQUp. It s:i>'s all are opposed to Governor Morrison, with the possible exception of Mr. Coffin. IT COSTS The city payroll in tlie several de partments for the month ending March :U are as follows: Rawer depart men t, $2H3.'.;5; depart ment of parks, |MI,OS; engineering department, $12*5.40: tire department, $r>227.35; police department, $256.45; street department, $2011.80; charter roll, $1829.85; general fund, $1765.75. Tho total expenditures for tlie mouth amount to $15,901.30. WAR CAUSED CHANGE IN SCHEDULE SAX FRANCISCO, April 2.-The sailing of the steamship Coptic for the orient today inaugurates the new joint sailin;; schedule adopted by the Pacific Mail and the Occidental anil Oriental Steamship companies. The withdrawal of the three steamers of the Toyo Kis en Kaislia line, which are now being used by tbe Japanese for transports, made tho old schedule irregular and necessitated the adoption of a new one leaving out the Japanese steamer*. Under tlie new schedule vessels will dpart from San Francisco for the orient at intervals of about 11 days. PEOPLE BURNED (Scripps News Association.) ST. PETERSBURG, April 2.—Sev eral persons perished in a Are In the market here today. When the representative ot an outside 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 shout buying calendars and ad vertising supplies from eastern houses. Don't do It when you buy for 1806. Inland Printing Company eio-eia bvbaoub, aroxAirm VIM, VIGOR, VITALITY FOR MEN. Mormon Blahop Pills positively cure the worst cases In old and young arising from Indiscre tions, dissipation or ci garette smoking. Cures pains in the back, lame back, nervous debility, stops nsrvons twitching i of eyelids, ourss consti pation. Effects arc immediate. Don't get despondent—a cure Is at hand. Stimulates brain and nerve centers. 500 box. 6 for J2.50 by mail. Written guarantee. Address Bishop Bemsdy Co., San FranclSOO, Cal. Local agent, Watson Drug <"0., 401 Riverside. Oregon R. R. & Nay. Co. Oregon Short Line R. R. Union Pacific R. R. ONLY LINE BAST VIA SALT LAKE AND DENVER Steamship tickets to and from Europe and other foreign countries. Dally Spokane Time Schedule Daily Dep. Effective Dec. 14. 1903. Arr. 7,a.[-| FAST MAIL—-To" and ' .tJfrom Coeur d'Alene dls- A. M trlct, Farmlngton, Gar field, Colfax, •Pullman, I'Moscow, •Pomeroy, Waitsburg, Dayton, : Walla Walla, Pendleton, fi.nn IBaker City and ell points :° ,vv EAST. P.M. _ J EXPUESS—For Farm -4130 in Kton, Colfax, Pullman, * Moscow. Lewlston, Port ™,Biland, San Francisco, IBaker City and all points EAST. EXPRESS—From a 1 1 'points EAST. Baker City, !San Francisco, Portland. 11. A A jCoIf ax, Garfleld and,' KW t I Farmlngton. lA.lt. •Except Sunday. SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA. Ban Francisco - Portland route. Steamers salt from Atnsworth dock, Portland, at 8 p. m. every five days. 080. J. MOIU.EK, Gen. Agt., 130 Kiverslde Aye.. Spokane, Wash. Telephone Main 152. Ice Cream Everything new in Individual Moulds, and Fancy Ice Creams and Ices in any colors desired for Easter. Send your orders to Sengfelder's SpoKane BaKery Co., S. II HOWARD ST. Phone 306. MANILA FOR ROOSEVELT (Scripps News Association.! MANILA. April 2. —The republicans of Manila in their convention have endorsed tho present administration at Washington and have Instructed their delegates to the Chicago con vention to cast their ballots for Roosevelt. MASSACRE (Scripps News Association 1 IIF.KLIN. April 2.—The Frankfurter Zeitung asserts that Turkish Irregu lars, who have been dispatched to re inforce tlie regulars under Seokl Pasha stationed at Mush, have de vastated live Armenian villages and massacred the inhabitants. Further SMaeaoro* are expected. IT S UKRB. Is America's Finest and Most Complete Liquor Store. Sole contracting- agent in Spokane for Old Crow Bourbon barrelled whiskies; »ole agent In Spokane for Italian Swiss Colony, the largest producers in the United States of dry and sweet wines; sole agent In Spokane for the largest brewery in the world, Annheuser-Busch Brewing Association, St. Louis, Mo.—Budweiser, the crowned king over all bottled beers, 250 per bottle; aolo agent in Spokane for White Bock Water, the president's choice over all other waters. Agent for Tips Chlantla, the only red wlno that was served In San Francisco at the banquet that was tendered President Roosevelt. Dur kin's goods always means they come in carload lots. WHOLESALE AHD BETAH. 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 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 Sts. We have just unloaded a car of W. A. Games ® Co.'s Old Crow Direct from the Distillery. 75c Full Pint. TEN YEARS IN WOOD. Los Angeles Wine Co. Pbone Main 373. SLOANE PAINE CO, Startling Easter Sale SATURDAY. Tomatoes, gal. can • - 30c No 'phone orders received for to matoes. EASTEB OFFERING To Cash Buyers only Daffodil Flower in Pot With gl.oo Worth of Coffee. S.-P. Co.'s Mo.hii ami Java, 1b....40c Special Blend, lb 15c 2 lbs 25c tta.de In half minute with Harvey Bickers' coffee pot. S.-P. Co,'■ candy special for Satur day—Taffy and peanut, 2 1b5...95c WOMAN'S IXOXAHOB. Chicken Haled, bread, oakes, gela tine, puddings and soups. <'in,lee California wines, quart,, ■ boo Pint 85c DELICATESSEN. Roast meats and boiled liver pate, fancy cooked sausages. Prean California vegetables and fruits. MEATS. Chicken, spiing lamb and veal for Kaster. FOB SATURDAY ONLT. prima roast i>«s-r, !■.•««■ ito Pol roust beef. Hi 80 shoulder mutton, lb Bo Mutton stew, ll> 60 Boiling boot rib, lb 60 PHOMS txCilNtti: % Full Measured Wine Bottles! Pints and Quarts I DURIUN'S PHONE MAIN 415 $1.25 Full Quart. $4.50 Per Gallon. 713 Sprague Aye. WANTED, AGENTS. A fortune awaits you sure If you come and see me. I will outfit you with the tools to make you rich in one year. If not, when you are dis satisfied with my invention, return what material you have left and I will pay you the same price for It that you paid me and make you a present of J25. Cripples can make as much as anyone. It don't matter if they are crippled In the head or where Just so they can try to explode a kerosene lamp with Are after one of my preventive powders are In it. The old residents of Spokane will re member the sad accident which oc curred in the home of Hon. James 'A. Moore, when his son was retiring for the night and blew down the lamp Chimney, which exploded and at once threw the oil all over his body, burn ing his entire body to a blister, caus ing death In a few days. Also another similar case occurred when Captain Covsrly's wife was burned to death by a lamp exploding. H y>u are not .satisfied with my exhibition given daily at the Bonfrul restaurant at •it 2 First avenue, between 12 and 1 o'clock p. m. JOHN R. PRICE, the Inventor. |m Kilsi til 931 arch St . Phlh'delphla, CLASSIIIED ADVIRTISEMENIS RESTAURANT. Banquet Cafe, hest SSe dinner; fresh vegetables, choice steak; see our menu; all delicatessen. ROOMS HOUSEKEEPING Neatly furnished Houeekeeplng rooms; will lent reasonable. Cull 19. Bpragus avenue. MISCELLANEOUS i,e Roy Barn, corner Washington and Second; work ami driving horses for sale; buys and sells wagons, har ness, etc. ROOMS—NO HOUSEKEEPING. Neatly furnished room, suitable for two. with neat table board. 8108 Washington street. Beat table board in city, neatly fur nlahed room, private family, close In. ("till ISM Howard street. 1 have a few nicely furnished rooms In business district: rent rea sonable. Tel *M. 3007. Call 41715 Spruguc avenue. Newly furnished room, modern house, near business district, at ran nouablu terms. C»l| ;vh Third SVtIIUO. XXX.& AHD fIPKAQtJB. CLASSIfftD ADVIKTISfMEHTS. HELP WANTED. FIFTEEN WORDS ONE TIME! FT.BM UNDER THIS HEAP. rBMA£B.^ Otrl to work"tn kitchen. 810 Rlv orslde, third floor. A first class litter. Parisian Cloak A Suit House. A girl for general housework; ref erences required. 01529 Standard at. Colored woman;~~geherat housework: small family. EBl4 Indiana avenue. A good girl for general housework. 1527 Fourth avenue._ Young girl to work for board anH room. 711 Fifth avenue. Competent second girl. Apply morn- Ings 2a 15 First avenue. Girl for chamberwork mornings. 708 Fifth avenue. Woman to do washing. 2SII Gard ner avenue. A girl for second work. Mrs. Henry M. Richards, 2136 Riverside. . A competent girl for general house work. 2215 First avenue. MALE. Wanted, at once, first class repala man. A, C. Thompson, 419-21 JSprague. Two real estate men; competent ts] hamlle Insurance. Wm. S. Howard, 54-sr> Jamleson bik. Three food hustlers to work In Spokane; pleasant work; good pay. Call ut 60!) Fernwell block. Good bushnlman wanted at Ken nedy Tailoring company, 7 Washtng ton street. ABgTBXOT COM*A»T. Guaranty Abstract Company, incor porate,l 1897. J. 8. Lichty. manager, room 64 Jamleson block. Bpokane. 101 -•« APTOMOBILIW. Gasoline engine for sale, half price. New and second hand automobiles and bicycles. Tyler & Toms, 239 River slde. 121-0 BirjTOXBS. California Cycle Co., bicycle repair ing, supplies, new and second hand wheels. Tel. M. 810. 19 Riverside. 111-*g ' OAJtyXIfTBKS. A. TURNBULL. Remodeling of all kinds of build ings; store fitting; lobbing. Prices low. 8173 Btevens. Tel. M. »»1. oabt-ot» oxotmho. • If you want the hlgheat prloe for your old clothing and shoes, try J. C Metzger, 218 Main street 'Phone Main 108. »!«-• Corns, bunions Ingrowing toenail* painlessly removed. Manicuring. Mrs. M. D. Hill. 402 Mohawk. TeL M. 2040. 192-1 OT.OTIUS CIiEASngP. If your clothes need cleaning and pressing go to August Blusson, S Lincoln street. Tel. M. 3042. 10«-* Georgle Stone Academy of Dancing and Physical Culture. Elks' Temple. Phone Main 1494. PITHfITTfI A.QMWOfSa\ The Thell Detective Service Cow We do a general detective business in all parts of United States and Canada. Spokane office, 415 Empire State building. W. 8. Swain, manager. Day 'phone Main 1457. Night 'phone. Main 1434. 148-«» Madame E. Smith, ladles' tailoring; evening gowns a specialty. 917% Sprague avenue. 123-s Moles, pimples, wrinkles, superflu ous hslr permanently removed. Thin or faded hair corrected. DandruK cured. N. T. Electro-Therapeautlo Co.. 402 Mohawk. Tel. M. 1040. Lady operators In attendance. American Beauty Parlor*, faelal massage scalp treatment, vapor and electric batha, cosmetlo mfg. Tel. M. 2405 7UH Riverside. 88-0 80-acre farm to sell or trade for city property. Write for particulars of the owner. H. H. Cogswell, B. F. P. No. 1. Mica, Waah. 117-11 FOB mAJ*a—MIB<mUJLmQV*. Blue flame oil stove, two burners, new, guaranteed: sxß camera (trl pod). Address 2507 Broadway. 125-g FCTfTPBI£Bm». Standard Fuel & Ice Co., E4OI Front. Tel. M. 695. Try our Great Western coal, $7.76 per ton. Special prices In car lots. 116-0 Nicely furnished rooms, single and housekeeping; bath. Fourth floor Marlon block. Tel. Bed 671. Tran- 222-t Pure graham and whole wheat flour our specialty. Spokane Cereal Co., corner First and Lincoln. TeL M. 427. 9»-» jtrarx SM»F». We buy any old thing In the junk line. 317 Becond ay. Tel. M. 2452. 80-0 We buy rags :>ottles, sacks, etc. Tel. Filack 4522. Kit Front. 111-2* ~~ StBPIOAfc. Yiavl has cured thousands. It will cure you. 110-111 Van Valkenbera block 111-0 MTJBIOAI. IHaTRTJirBBTTS. ~ ' Tho J. X Childs Harp—perfect aa plnno: no larger than a guitar. 105-*3 FACITIC TRJ USTBR CO. Freight, furnltuie. baggage and parcel delivery. Tel. g»9. 230-0 *AWI BROKERS. Pawn broker and loan ofllce. SSI Main avenue. P Blckford. 198-0 ■oom-HoviEZiirato. To Let—Housekeeping and single rooms at reasonable rates. K. it. Klt fer. fourth floor Harel block. bo6ms—wo mottsbkenptno. ' Rainier-Grand, Mrs. J. C. Stewart, prop. Finest furnished rooms In city; batha ". • •■, Riverside between Post and Lincoln Phono Main 3178. 177-t) Klegantly furnished rooms. Hotel Touralne, opposite Review building. Tel M. 3004 110 » SEOOWP HAW) ttOOPS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. 303. 408 Sprague. 80-tt tmoißTinu. \ Smith & Co.. 119-121 Post street. OUlest established undertakers In Spokane. 'Phone Main 302. 87-81 WANTBP— MTJj43EEIJtWBOUB. Wanted—At th.- City Stables two teams to log ami to haul lumber. Foe all particulars Inquire at City Stable*. Til Mill.' 1H The WarwicK Turf Exchange 520 Riverside Aye. Fhon* Main 544. Commission Placed on Eastern and Western Races.