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TKe SpoKane Press fsbllshed Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. SOHJPPS ITBWB ASSOCIATTOH PHEBB BBHVIOH. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or 13 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will ronfer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor ftr tardy delivery to thy office. 616 rront avenu*. Telephone Main 375. PoetoWee Boa 4. TKe Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chicago office: ltjl Hertford building. W. H. Porterfield. manager of foreign advertising. Reforming a City. William Kent, the practical reformer of Chicago, has been telling the Yale students how to reform a city. Mr. Kent says the first thing to do Is to open things up to the people— publicity. Correct. The newspaper Is the reformer's best friend.. The poorest and weakest Of the press must of necessity In the course of Its business expose some wrongdoing. Even tho venal newspaper can not dodge "a good story." The newspaper holds up the mirror and the community sees the situation. The news columns have righted more wrongs than the editorial page. Mr. Kent says the people to keep an eye on are the machine politicians and the public service corporations. And he might have said the combina tion Is peculiarly dangerous when these two go Into partnership. As to the radical remedies, after publicity, the Chicago speaker instanced these: "1. Civil service reform. It is coming fast. Its friends say that It has made no backward steps. "2. Local must be divorced from national polities. Divorce the man from his party label. It took us several years to teach the voters of Chi cago that Abraham Lincoln could not flush the sewers nor Thomas Jeffer son abate the garbage nuisance." And he concludes his advice by saying: "Don't be afraid of names. Take for Instance 'socialism.' It means increasing the sphere of govern ment. We are tending that way. We broaden the sphere of schools, parks, playgrounds, etc. Take 'anarchy.' for instance. The worst anarchist is he who buys a jury or a judge and destroys the law." Amen! DR. WASHINGTON GLADDEN GOES TO COLORADO XAMOTJS ESSAYIST AYE SOCIOLO GIST THE SPECIAL COMMIS SIOXTEB OF THE NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION TO WHITE ON THE CIVIL WAS IN THAT STATE—A CORRESPOND ENT WHOM THE MILITARY WILL NOT DARE TO THROW INTO THE "BULL PEN"—HIS LETTERS ON TKE SITUATION WILL BE OP NATIONAL IN TEREST. Tho extraordinary state of affairs in Colorado under which the warlike con dition of affairs reported last December DR. WASHINGTON GLADDEN, Ppecial commissioner of the Newspaper Enterprise association, who has gone to Colorado w> write his impressions of the warlike situation in that state. by a special commissioner of the News paper Enterprise association has devel oped into a state of siege, has now be come a matter of national concern. Although a few facts leak out, the situation is wrapped In mystery. Tele graph operators are not permitted to accept press reports that have not been first censored by the military author ities, and correspondents themselves fare little better than union miners. When Medicine Foils, Try Liquozone--We'll Pay for It*. Iledlolne must fall in a germ trou-' fcle, because medicine never kills Inside germs. Any germ-killing drug Is a poison to you, and It can not be |aken Internally. tdquosene Is the only way known lo kill germs In the body without tilling the tissues, too. It does In a errn trouble what no drugs, no skill fn the world, can accomplish without ft. To prove this—lf you need it— SrS will gladly pay for a bottle and give it to you to try. Acts LiKe Oxygen. Llquozone la the result of a process Which, for more than 20 years, has been the constant subject of scien tific and ehemlcal research. Its vir tues are derived solely from gas, made In large part from the best oxygen producers. By a process re fjulrlug immense apparatus and 14 days' time, th*se gases are made part Bf the liquid product. The result Is a product that does What oxygen does. Oxygen gas, as you know, is the very source of vi tality. Llquozone Is a vitallzer with Which no other known product can compare. But germs are vegetables; and Llquozone—like an excess of exygen—ls deadly to vegetal matter. uTet this wonderful product which no .•in. can resist Is to tbe human body the most essential element of life We Paid $100,000 For the American rights of Llquo gone"—the highest price ever paid for similar rights on any scientific dis covery. We did this after testing the product for two years, through phy who are being deported at the point of tho bayonet. That there ia a mine of "hot stuff" there cannot be a doubt. And the Newspaper Enterprise association, ever to the front, has staked out that mine. It has secured the services of a man whose name alone is a guarantee that ho will get all that is to be got, and get it right. The man is l>r. Washington Glad den. Dr. Gladden has gone to Colorado to write a series of letters on the con dition there. These letters will be printed in the Press. It is hardly necessary to say that Washington Gladden has been for years recognized as the ablest and fair est writer on sociological and labor questions known to the magazine read ers of this country. Washington Gladden easily stands at the head of American essayists, par ticularly on subjects of sociology and the relations of labor and capital. For more than 30 years he has com manded the recognition and respect of all thinking men through his conserv ative yet virile opinions on vital af fairs. This is why the Newspaper Enter prise association has commissioned Ur. Gladden to go to Colorado and inves tigate the condition of anarchy, revo lution, or whatever it is that for the past six months or more has made Tel ler county a disgrace to a free govern ment. Tiny put newspaper men in the "bullpena" out there. There is a cen sorship stricter than that of Russia, But if they put Dr. Washington Gladden into their "bullpen," or at tempt to gag him, it's a safe bet that there will he things- doing of a differ ent sort. His friend Roosevelt might then suddenly realize that there's something wrong out there. It is not likely that Dr. Gladden will be molested; but there will be things doing anyway. He is going to get the full facts, without fear or favor, and tell them unvarnished, The Press, being a client of the Newspaper Enterprise association, will secure Dr. Gladdens letters. He is already in Colorado, and tho first letter may be expected from him within a few days. Judge Richardson is holding court in Colville today. 50c. Bottle Free. slcians and hospitals, In thla country and others. That price was paid because Diquo zone does in germ troubles what all the drugs, all the skill in the world, can not accomplish without it. It carries Into the blood a powerful yet harmless germicide, to destroy at once and forever the cause of any germ disease. And no man knows another way to do It. Liquozone Is so certain that we publish on every bottle an offer of $1000 for a disease germ that It can not kill. These are the known germ diseases. All that medicine can do for these troubles Is to help Nature overcome the germs, and such results are Indi rect and uncertain. Llquozone kills the germs, wherever they are, nnd the results are Inevitable. By destroying the cause of the trouble, it invariably ends the disease, nnd forever. Asthma Abscess-Anemia Bronchitis Blond Poison Blight's Disease Bowel Troubles Coughs—Colds Consumption Colic—Croup Constipation Catarrh—Cancer Dysentery—Diarrhea Dandruff - Dropsy Dyspepsia Eczema — Erysipelas Fevers—flail Stones Goitre—-Gout Gonorrhea—Gleet Hay Fever—lnfluenza Kidney Diseases La Grippe Leucurrhea Liver Troubles Malaria—Neuralgia Many Heart Troubles Entered at Spokane, Wash., as second sjSSS santtss. Germ Diseases CONTEST THE PRESS COUPON For Teacher School Name_ Address THIS COUPON NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 23. Here Is the Plan. The lady teacher that gets the most votes will be given the round-trip ticket to tho World's Fair. The school thnt gets the most votes will receive a beautiful high grade piano, one of Kohler & Campbell make, which can be seen at the Spo kane Piano House, Bn3 First avenue. Second school prize: A large Amer ican flag, 7x14, given by F. O. Berg, Howard and first. Third school prize: A Webster Unabridged Dictionary, given by John W. Graham & Co., 70 7-711 Sprague avenue. Individual Prizes. First girls' prize: A beautiful $10 mandoline, given by the Filer Piano House, Gos Sprague avenue. Second girls' prize: Ten dollars In gold. Third girls' prize: An order for $10 worth of goods, given by The Cres cent Dry Goods company, Riverside find Mill street. Fourth girls' prize: A long gold tilled watch chain. Boys' list. First boys' prize: A good bicycle from Fred T. Merrill Cycle company, SOB Riverside avenue. Second boys' prize: A $7 spilt bam boo fishing rod, given by Ware Bros.' y;un store, 814 Riverside avenue. Third boys' prize: Ten dollars in gold. • »*r Fourth boys' prize: A $3 pair of shoes, given by Crane Shoe company, 519 Riverside avenue. Fifth boys' prize: One D. & M. catchers' mitt, given by Rapp & Lloyd, Sprague avenue and Lincoln street. We will also given a red coupon, good for 2500 votes, for every now me-month subscription you turn in to us. You do not have to collect. We will do this. This applies to city subscriptions only. No subscriptions for more than one month will be taken In the city. In the country subscriptions must be paid In advance, and we will give a red coupon, good for (500 votes, with every month's subscription paid in advance; 10,000 votes for six months' subscription, by mail, Sl.2i> In advance; 15,000 votes for one year's subscription, $2. paid in advance. The reason for making an offer of more votes in the country than in the city is to give the country children an even chance with those In this city. Notice —There will be a new thing In the contest every day or so. You must watch the paper every day. liHI II Willi WASHINGTON, April IS.—The an nual continental congress of the Daughters of the American Revolu tion was opened informally today and will remain in session through the present week. The congress promises to lie one of the most notable sue- Piles —Pneumonia Pleurisy—Quinsy 1 Rheumatism Skin Diseases Scrofula— Syphlllls Stomach Troubles Tuberculosis Tumors—Ulcers Varicocele Women's Diseases All diseases that begin with fever — all Inflammation —-all catarrh —all con tagious diseases—all the results of Impure or poisonous blond. In nervous debility Llquosone nets as a vitallzer, accomplishing what no drugs can do. 50c Bottle Free If you need llquozone, nnd have never tried it, please send us this coupon. We will then mall you an order on your local druggist for a full sizo bottle, and we will pay your druggist ourselves for It. This Is our free gift, made to convince you; to show you what Llquozone Is, and what It can do. In Justice to your self, please accept It today, for it places you under no obligation what ever. Llquozone costs EOc and $1. CUT OUT THIS COUPON for tills offer may not appear again. Fill out the blanks and mail it to the Liquid Ozone Co., 458-460 Wabash avenue, Chlcugo. My disease Is I have never tried Llquozone, but if you will supply me a 60c bottle free 1 will take It. 870 L. Give full address —write plainly. Any physician or hospital not yet using Llquozone will bo gladly sup plied for » test THE SPOKANE PBESB: MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1904. Counts 150 Votes. cesses held during the history of tho organization. About 4000 members have already arrived, and many moro are expected before the real work of the meeting begins tomorrow. No president is to be elected this year, but much Important buslnoss Is scheduled, including tho making of arrangements for celebrating D. A. R. day at the St. Louis exposition in October. Tomorrow there will be laid with much ceremony the cornerstone of the memorial hall which the society Is erecting here to commemorate the patriotic deeds of the colonists. The business sessions of the congress will last until Saturday evening. A num ber of notable entertainments will be given in honor of the ladles during their stay In Washington. MEETING OF ORDER OF B'NAI B'RITH SAN ANTONIO, Tex., April 18.— The district grand lodge. No. 7, of the Independent Order of B'nal B'rith. one of the foremost Jewish fraternal organizations of America, is In annu al session here. The attendance is unusually large and represents \ the, states of Arkansas, Tennessee, Ala bama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas and Indian And Oklahoma territories. * - Some men think it is cheaper to move than to pay rent." "I guess you'll find they're men who have boarded all their lives." BALE ABO'S HORKHOTJKTJ STB VP immediately relievos hoarse, orpupy cough, oppressed) rattling, rasping and difficult breathing. Henry Q, Steams, druggist. Shullsburg, Wis., writes, May 20, 19ni : "i have been selling Ballard's Horehound Syrup for two years, and have never had a preparation that has given better sa* •' isfaetlon. I notice that when 1 sell a bottle they come back for more. I can honestly recommend it." 2Be, 50c, 11.00. Sold by Murgittroyd's, Krum & Braley, Inc., and Aug. Bt&hlberg, FIRE UNDERWRITERS IN SESSION HOT SPRINGS, Vu„ April 18.— Members of the Southeastern Tariff association gathered In Hot Springs today for their third annual meeting Those In attendance Include many of the best known fire underwriters of the country. HEALTH IS YOUTH. nlHA.il. nnrl Rirlm... rtl/l , Disease ana Sickness Bring- Old Age. Herblne. taken every morning be fore breakfast, will keep you In ro bust health, fit you to ward off dis ease. It cures constipation, bilious ness, dyspepsia, fever, skin, liver and Kidney complaints. It purifies the blood and clears tbe complexion. Mrs. I>. W. Smith, Whitney, Texas, writes April S, 1902: "1 have used Herblne, and find It the best medicine for con istipatlon and liver troubles. It does nil you claim for it. I can highly recommend it." 50e a bottle. Sold by Murgittroyd's, Krum & Braley, Inc., and Aug. Stahlberg. HUItD NB WYORK, April IR.—Emll Tot terman, a Swedish sailor who mur dered Sarah Martin In a James slip hotel In this city last December, was put to death in the electric chair at Sing Sing prison today. Totterman's 'crime attracted wide attention at the time it was committed on account of its close resemblance In horrible de tail to the noted "Jack the R|£pr-r" •JiUrdsrs of London. The victim was B MBTrna of the streets. SPOKANE MARKETS The week opens with prices un changed. Material change* in tbe prices of green goods may be expected daily. The following quotations of prices raid to producers by Spokane com mission men and jobbers have been corrected today. Eggs-$6.00 per case; fresh ranch, 20c per dozen. Poultry—chickens, roosters,loc; hens, 12c to 15c, live weight; turkey's, dressed, 20c; ducks aud geese, 12c to He per lb; squabs, $1.00 per dozen. Dairy products—butter fat, first grade. 27& c; second grade, 2oS4e; country butter, first grade, 15c to 20c; second grade (cooking) 8c to ISc lb.; creamery butter M@9oo lb. Vegetables—Potatoes, email@example.com cwt; onions $363.25 ewt; root vegetables 65 cwt; cabbage llJOtfl.TI cwt. Qreen Vegetable*-—Walla Walla as paragus 17(«18c lb; onions 8(S'10V bunch; radishes 2A(u'3oe dozen; rhubarb 4%(<55%e lb; lettuce, hothouse, 25c. lb. Hay—timothy, $16.60 to $17.00 alfalfa, $14<iJ)15; grain bay $12(4,15. Grain — wheat (Tacoma prices) Huh. 75c; bluestem 83c; oata |1.10611,30 cwt; barley $1. cv t; feed wheat $1.10 cwt. Live stock—steers, $4 to 4.25 cwt; cows, $3 to $1.50 cwt; mutton, ewe* $3 cwt; wethers, $4 rwf; hogs, $5.35 to $5.50 cwt; veal, $7.00 to $9.00 cwt. Ayers Sarsaparilla Over 60 years old! Think of ill Honesty, merit, power to cure, these are the reasons. Ask your doctor. iow.lf"iSi.: THE AUDITORIUM H. O. Kayward, Mgr. TeL Main 1948. TONIGHT The Toung Singing Comedian, THOMAS J. SMITH. Assisted by a Company of Unusual Excellence in The Game Keeper A Beautiful Story of the Emerald Isle. A Carload of Seenexy and Effects. Popular Prices—26o to 76c. LISTEN! to thh voices or spbxho. Even the meadow larks, the robins, blue birds and sparrows are sounding forth their praises of our 5 and 10 acre tracts, in any direction you go it s the same. Small tracts close In from 1 to 20 acres, from $20 to $G5 per acre, easy payments. Come in. It's to your interest. |500 —6-room plastered house, walk distance. $100 —2 lots on Coeur d'Alene car. HOAG LAND CO.. 910 MOHAWK BLOCK. COOKING WITH GAS. For the next 30 days we have a proposi tion to make which you will do well to investigate. CALL US UP. We will tell you about it. SPOKANE GAS COMPANY, Your Satisfaction Is our success. The fact that we devote our time and money In buying only the best instruments ut the lowest cash prices" and sell them at a Very small profit makes the words "satis faction" and "success" synonymous. In dealing with us you receive the benefit of our economi cal methods of doing business. The best piano values can bo found at the llivlhhlJ^^ THE SATISFACTORY CREDIT STORE. tloiiirti Refrigerators ...and... to km Before you buy just step in and let us show you the best Refrigerator you ever saw. They are not high priced and for quality and finish are the best ever. Ice Boxes, $7.50. Refrigerators, $12.25 Buy Wow, Pay Later. SPOKANE THEATRE Dan U Weaver, Mgr. TeL Main 841 April 18-19 John O. Plsher-s Stupendous $80,000 Production, win am 196 People, Mostly Olrls. Prices—6oc to $2.00. For tho better accommodation of our patrons in the eastern part of the city we have opened an on Jackson street, as shown on above plat. From this point we nre pre pared to furnish anything In tho line of lumber and mill work. We solicit a share of your patron age. Washington Mil! Co. THOMX EXCHAHQB 10. ...Tel. 305... 806-8 Sprague Aye. tiOa.FIRST AYE; BAST TARE All the Credit You Waut. CROWDS OF PEOPLE AOAIN visited Manlto Park yesterday. People know from our other park additions that this one—the greatest of them all—ls A BTTRE WINNER. Manlto Park Is the only NATURAL park site olose to the center of Spokane; It contains 95 acres and Is owned by the city for park purposes. The property lies on the plateau Just 12 blocks south of tho business center of the olty. We are now getting a fine entrance to the addition by the grading of Grand street from Ninth to Fourteenth. Most of the addition Is level and the lots are splendid building suites. Tho soil is a rich black loom, oxcept where ploturesque buttes protrude—making tho scenery prettier by contrast. Large lots, 50x150 (some even larger), now selling for $180 to $980 on easy terms. Building restrictions prevent shacks and stores. Call for map. Don't try to look this addition over with a view of investing without a map to guide you In making your seloctlOnT Wo have plenty of maps and they are as free as the air. spoKane-waswnjioii hnproveii.cn! Co. The Penna. Mortgage Investment Co. Of 115 Mill Street, uses its space this time to say: It has a good Team of Horses, brought in from one of its farms, $225 for team, harness, bridles and wagon. Worth $300. See team at 1029DeSmet Avenue. CHEAP LOTS. Keystone Addition. Moore's Addition. Ontario Addition. Nettleton's Addition. Fine double coiner on Cannon Hill at a bargain. J. D. SHERWOOD. REAL ESTATE AND MINKS Sherwood Building. Steele &. McLaughlin Rooms a-0 Marble Bank. Tel. ML 1141. The nicest suburban homo In Spo kane for sal« nt a bur Rain and on easy terms. Itriek house of nine rooms; barn that cost $1200; large Chicken house and other outbuildings; own water works piped In house and ground*! five aoreß rich, black soli; orchard of bearing trees; fine view of city; Al neighborhood; In city limits. DO YOU WANT A HOME? HEEE ABE TWO: $3000 —7-room house, modern, with furnace, lawn, trees, on South Side, clone In. graded street, 100 feet from car Una, three blocks from school, $3000 —"-room house, on corner gmded street, asphalt sidewalk, lino trees, lawn and shrubbery, open flre place, modern, one block from car line. (lood reason for selling In both cases. These are cheap. Ehnendorl& Elmendorf The Blgn of the "Rei' IB." S2l Rookery . Phone Main 85. F. Flint $ Co. 801 Vi Biverslde (In Basement). Phone Main 650. $1300 —New 1-room house, city water; $150 cash and $15 per month. $ 5!W —For' two choice lots, Forrest Park, near car. g 373 —For three choice lots, good soli, city water, adjoining Richland Park. $1100 —Two-story SSVSIV room house and bath, beautiful location, near car; terms. MAKE US AH OFPEB. Klght-room modern house nnd lot, lot 00x142 feet, botween Monroe and Lincoln streets, within four blocks of Olty bull. A bargain. HIOIIKIJLHATII & BMILLIIO. 818 Riverside. Tol. Main 1834. g«B—Lot 5, block 8, Heath's Sub division, with shed bouse, also cellar 11x14) IHO cash, balance (10 per month. This price Is for four duys only. Descent $ Engle, 114 Washington Kt. Tel. M. 1636. D. B. BIOS BZAZ, ESTATB CO, 836 Kyde Block, H mint he nold. Come and see It. 10 aero*, four dillch out, 12 acres or chard, house, will, wiiulmill, etc. Nothing butter. A snap. Al.so 3 und 10 aori lots. FRED B. GRJNNELL, 408-409 r«mw«U Blook. BPOKANE, WABH. FOR SALE. J. GRIER LONG, Manager. $100 Lots Ist Add. to Hays' Park. The Big Bend Land Co. Rooms I m 2 ziegicr wh. L. 11. MONFORT 833 PexnweU Block. Residence 'Phone It: 1. k G228. Office 'Phone Main 1070. $1300 —New 4-room cottage, stone foundation, collar, city water, sink and cesspool, pantry, closets, largo attic, front and back porch, all the rooms nice ly papered; $150 cash, monthly payments $10, 8 per cent, $1350 —Now 6-room house, stone foun dation, cellar, bnth, pantry, city water, sink and cesspool, corner lot; $260 cash, $16 per month, X per cent, $1800 —New R-room modern house, Virginia avenue, street grade nnd sldownlk paid. This house will be completed In a few days and you can get posses sion of It on very eusy terms. $1,200.00 25x160 feet, fronting on two streets, adjoining established business. Thla property can bo bought If taken al once for the abovo figure. Will loan $800 on abovo at 7 per cent, JOSEPH R. ROBERSON, D. M. Thompson 60-61 Jamleson Elk. Tel. M. 3205. Morgan's Addition The most attractive property on tlx north side, tine view of city and Jjjpo Unne valley; city water, two block) from car line, only requires a 1 i 111 a money to start a HOME; lots selling from $175 to $.100 each, 13 per cent CSfh, balance ♦."> per month; thut is us easy ns any can ask to start in tlia liOMK BUILDING BUSINESS, JAMES D. GRAY, Stevens Street and Bprngue Avenue, 'Phone Muln 820. aCNEBAL BBAX. B STATS AND INSURANCE. bob wrx,Zi show tou. «a i i rtAA nnn .. - — * • * •14,000 —310 a ares good lore] land, 170 acres In timothy, good five-room house, htiybarn mid other outbuild ings, 1(1 acres fruit, good water, near Spokane. 93600—11(1 acre* good land, 60 acres under cultivation, good four room houae, thr.-e work horses, three milch eowa, six young entile, all kinds farming Impli ments, rtno water, quar ter mile to school. 10 nerns, four inllcs south of Hpn k nic, small house. SIOO per acre. This Is a flna buy for some one. BOBZBT B. CAVETTE, Itenl Batata, Rentals and Insurance, 313-315 Rookery Bldg. Tel. M. 3938, On Car Line. Your Own Terms. FINE SNAP I and t Symons Mock.