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TKe Spohane Press Published Every Evening Except Sunday by The Press Publishing Company. SORtPPS WBWB ASSOCIATION PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month or |i per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. Subscribers will confer a favor by promptly reporting all cases of poor er tsrdv delivery to the office. 616 Front avenue. Telephone Main 375. Pcstofllce Bos 4. TKe Official Paper of tKe People, Eastern office: 53 Tribune building. New York City. Chlrago office: •ft< H-rtfnrd building. W If. Porterfield. manager of Jorolgn advertising. Is She a Woman? The realistic in art has advanced to the stage of cruelty. In order that she may get photographs of the face of a man In the greatest agony for reproduction in a realistic picture, Mrs. Josephine De Voir of Morristown, N. J., has been looking for a man who will consent to have his hand mutilated While the camera acts. She has found a poor devil who Is so hard up that the big price offered tempted him and he has consented to lie tortured. Mrs. I>e Voir Is to press the camera button and the fellow who muti lates the models hands will do the rest. Well. Because Promethus stole fire from heaven In the hollow of a tube Jupiter had him bound to a pillar where he remained for generations, an eagle every day feeding upon bis liver which grew again every day—a spectacle for the gods. But— Jupiter did not think of doing this in the name of "art." lie did it be cause he was mad. It is your moderns who practice torture for the sake of humanity—the viviseetionist, for instance, who dismembers live animals in the name of "science." But to return to Mrs. Pc Voir. One may fancy the pleased look on the face of this realistic feminine when the engine of torture is busiest with the subject's hand. Should the model's features lack anything of the true convulsions of pair, she will doubtless shout to the operator to give the nerves another twist. And shouM the poor fellow's suffering extort an agonizing cry from his pale lips it will delight the soult of this worn—artist. Not because of the man's suffering;, you know. It is simply— "Art for art's sake." ASSIST THE UNEMPLOYED! Any man or woman in Sp 'kane so unfortunate as to he unem ployed may insert in our classified column under the head "Situation Wanted" a 18-word ad. one day FREE OF CHARGE. All we ask is that you furnish your name and address and the copy by 9 o'clock the day that you wish it published. Yours for ser vice. THE SPOKANE PRESS. April 18, 1904. CONTEST THE PRESS COUPON For Teacher School Name Address THIS COUPON NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 30. | Tou All in the coupon with tbe name of the teacher you want to go to ths world's fair on the top line. Ths school yon want to vote for on the second, and the name of the hoy or girl that you wish to vote for, 1 whether yourself or your brother or sister, on the last lines. Here Is the Flan. The lady teacher that gets the most votes will be given the round-trip ticket to the World's Fair. The school that gets the most votes will receive a beautiful high grade piano, one of Kohler & Campbell i make, which can be seen at the Spo kane Piano House, 803 First avenue. Second school prize: A large Amer ican flag, 7x14, given by F. O. Berg, Howard and first. Third school prize: A Webster Vnabrldged Dictionary, given by John W. Graham & Co., 707-711 Sprague avenue. Individual Frizes. First girls' prize: A beautiful *I 0 mandoline, given by the Eller Piano House, 105 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 and Mill street. Fourth girls' prize: A long gold filled watch chain. Boys' I.lst. First boys' prize: A good bicycle from Fred T. Merrill Cycle company, 808 Riverside avenue. Second boys' prize: A $7 split bam boo fishing rod, given by Ware Bros.' gun store, 814 Riverside avenue. Third boys' prize: Ten dollars In gold. Fourth boys' prize: A $3 pair of Shoes, given by Crano Shoo company, 019 Riverside avenue. Fifth boys' prize: One D. & M. catchers' mitt, given by Rnpp & Lloyd, Sprague avenue end Lincoln Street. We will also given a red coupon, good for 2500 votes, for every new one-month subscription you turn In to ua. You do not have to collect. IWe 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 lie paid in advance, and we will give a red coupon, good for 8500 votes, with every month's subscription paid in sdvance; 10,000 rotsa for six mouths' subscription, by mall, $1.20 In advance; 15,000 votes for one year's subscription, $2, paid In advance. Ths reason fur making an offer of more votes In the country than In tbe Counts 100 Votes. 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. I SPECIAL BATES, NORTHERN PA CIFIC RAILWAY. The Northern Pacific announces ipeclal rates for M. E. conference at Los Angeles, May 3 to S, and National Association of Retail Grocers at San Francisco, May 3 to 8, as follows: San Francisco and return, all rail, $36.20; rail and steamer from Port land, $31.20. Los Angeles and return, all rail, $49.20; rail and steamer, $49.90. On sale to Los Angeles, all rail, April 23 to 30; via steamer, April 23, 24 and 25. San Francisco, all rail and rla steamer, April 24 and 25. J. W. HILL, General Agent. A BANDY FOB BURNS. Tlr lterirln. Pnnn Til »<t Dr. Bergtn, Pana, 111, writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always recommended it to my friends, as I am confident there Is no better made. 'It is a dandy for burns.' Those who live on farms are especial ly liable to many accidental cuts, burns, bruises, which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment is ap plied. It should always be kept In the house for cases of emergency." 26c, S"hl by Murgittroyd's, Krum & Braley, Inc. The anniml meeting of the stock holders of the Spokane Falls (las Light company will bo held nt the offices of the company, 800-808 Sprague avenue, Spokane, Wash., on Tuesday, May 10, 1904, at 2 o'clock p. m„ for the election of five trustees to serve during the ensuing year or until their successors are elected and qualified, and for the transaction of Buy other business that may properly come before such meeting. W. A. ALDItICH, Secretary. Spokane, Wash., April 2, 1904. ■ 'PHONE EXCHANGE 10. BAXiX.ARS'B HOREHOUND SYRUP Immediately relieves hoarse, eroupy rough, oppressed, rattling, rasping and difficult breathing. Honry C. Steams, druggist, Shullsburg. Wis., writcF, May 20, 1001: "J have been selling Ballard's Horehound Syrup for two years, and have never bad a preparation that has given better sat isfaction. I notice that when I sell a bottle they come back for more. 1 can honestly recommend It." 25c, SOr, $1.00. Sold by Murgittroyd's, Krum Ac Uraley, Inc. • To Mr. n ! Mrs. Fred Stewart, UM TbiH avenue, a (laughter, April 20. To Mr. and Mm. George McLean, Hillyard, a daughter, April 2. To. Mr. and Mrs. Ola Sanstrom, 621 Manalicld tvenae, a daughter, April 19. Entered at Spokane, Wash., as aecond class matter. BOSH. SPOKANE MARKETS The lsittom has dropped out of the Iparagua market and it is now within range of all. All green vegetables have dropped off considerably. Kecd wheat is up a little. Stiaw berries are on the market in a limited supply and are retailing at 30 cents i pint. Hie following quotations of prices i aid to producers by Spohane com mission men and jobbers have been corrected today. Eggs $.")."SK"G per case; fresh ranch 20c dozen. Poultry— chickens, roosters,loc; hens, 12f to 15c, live weight; turkeys, dressed, 20c; ducks and geese, 12c to He per lb; rrpiabs, $1.00 per dozen. Dairy products—butter fat, first grade, Softc; second grade 23ttc; country butter, first grade, 15c to 20c; second grade (cooking) 8c to 15c lb.; creamery butter 26@30c lb. Vegetables— Potatoes, 80c(<?$1.00 ewt ; onions email@example.comS ewt; root vegetables 65 cwt; cabbage 11.80(5)1.78 cwt. (ireen Vegetables—Walla Walla as paragus 80-'oc lb; onions H4fa2c hunch; radishes 2@3c bunch rhubarb 2 1 /4@3e lb; lettuce, hothouse. 20c lb. Berries-—Strawberries .'(oc pint. Hay-Timothy 16.50® 18; alfalfa $U@ 15; grain hay IMtg 15. Grain — wheat (Tacoma prices) club, 75c; hluestem 83cj oats $1.10'" 1.20 cwt; barley $1 cwt; feed $1.15 cwt. Live stock—steers, $4 to 4.25 cwt; cows, $3 to $3.50 cwt; mutton, ewes $3 cwt; wethers, $1 cwt; hogs, $5.35 to $5.50 cwt; veal, $7.00 to $9.00 cwt. THHOVCtH SLEEPER TO ST. LOUIS Commencing April 29 tlie standard sleeper on Northern Pacific train No. 6, leaving Spokane at 7:25 a. m., will run through to St. Louis, via Billings and B. & M. railway, instead of to Kansas City. J. W. HILL, General Agent. CUBES COUOHS AND COEDS. Mrs. C, Peterson, 626 Lake street, Topeka, Kan., says: "Of all cough remedies Ballard's Horehound Syrup is my favorite; it has done nnd will do all that Is claimed for It —to speedily cure all coughs and colds — and it is so sweet and pleasant to the taste." 25c, 50e, $1.00 bottle. Sold by Murgittroyd's, Krum & Braley, Inc. 3T. X.OUIS BATES AND DATES OF SAKE. The special rates on account of tho St. Louis fair, as previously announc ed by the Northern Pacific railway, will be $60 to Chicago ami return. Dates of sale—May 11, 12 and 13; June 16. 17 and 18; July 1, 2 nnd 3; August 8, 9 and 10; September 5, 6 and 7; October 3. 4 and 5. doing limit ten days. Return limit 90 days. Call at city office, Ziegler block, for full par ticulars. J. W. HILL, Gen. Agent. HEALTH IS YOUTH. Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age. Herblne, taken every morning be fore breakfast, will keep you in ro bust health, lit you to ward off dis ease. It cures constipation, bilious ness, dyspepsia, fever, skin, liver and kidney complaints. It purifies the blood and clears the complexion. Mrs. D. W. Smith, Whitney, Texas, writes April ?., 1902: "I have used Herblne, and find It the best medicine for con stipation and liver troubles. It does all you claim for it. I can highly recommend It." 500, a bottle. Sold by Murgittroyd's, Krum & Ilraley, Inc. IT'S UNIQUE. See the Unique Tailors about your soiled clothes; $1.50 a month system. 112 Washington street, Spokane Club building. Tel. Main 735. AN AOOBATATINO COUOH CUBED A customer of ours who had been suffering from a severe cough for six months, bought two bottles of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy from us and was entirely cured by one and a half bottles of It. It gives perfect satis faction with our trade.—Haynes- Parker & Co., Lineville, Ala. For sale by all druggists. LOW BATES — SAN FBANCISCO AND EOS ANOEEES AND RETURN. Via O. R. & N.—the short line. San Francisco and return, via steamer $31.20 San Francisco nnd return, via all rail 36.20 Los Angeles and return, via steamer 49.90 Los Angeles and return, via all rail 49.20 Call or write for full particulars. GEO. J. MOHLEH, Gen. Agt. NOTHING LIKE EXPERIENCE. "One truth learned by actual ex perience does more good than 10 ex periences one hears about." Tell a man that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will cure chol era morbus, and he will most likely forget it before the end of the day. Let him have a severe attack of that disease, feel that he is about to die, use this remedy, and learn from his own experience how quickly it gives relief, and he will remember It all his life. For sale by all druggists. TBI TRADERS' NATIONAL BANK Ol" SPOKANE. WASH. Capital $200,000 Surplus and profits $130,040 Officers —Alfred Coolldge, president; A. Kuhn. vice president; Chas. 8, Bl unge, cashier; J. Elmer West, assist ant oashler. Directors —M. M. Cowley, Patrick Clark, James Monaghnn, A. Kuhn, Al fred Cgolldge, D. M. Drumlieller, J. West. Our Annual Gas Cooking Range Bargain Sale. For the next 30 days we will set up one of our "Reliable" GAS COOKING RANGES on the following terms: $1.00 Down and $2.00 per Month for 10 Months. If you have no gas in the house, make the payments for 12 months. COOII WITH GAS. SPOKANE GAS COMPANY, THE SPOKANE PRESS: FRIDAY, APRIL 22, !f»O4. Ayers Cherry pectoral for all diseases of the throat and lungs. A doctor's medi cine for 60 years. A household remedy everywhere. Lw.*Emm.: It's Easier to cure than endure those dreadful sick or nervous headaches. It's all in knowing how. 4 In just a few minutes, without any Other effects but Just to cure the pain —Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills will re lieve you of your suffering. If it's any pain, anywhere, or from ' any cause, Just take one of Dr. Miles* Anti-Pain Pills and In a vory few minutes you will have no further thoughts about either pains or pills, and can go about your business or pleasure, free from suf fering or distress. "For spells of nervous head ache wou'** lay me up for tw# or three days Jtia time. I have nofftore such days. ! tako one of Dr. Antl-I'aln Pills nnd in 20 minutns It is usuully all gone."—Mrs. Ruth Record. Clare mont, N. H. If you are not satisfied with first box. your druggist will return your money. 25 doses 25 cents. Neve sold In bulk. MEN MADE STBONO BT "CUFTDBNE." stipatlon. Oupldene cleanses tho liver and kidneys. Cnpldene strengthens and restores. 5000 testimonials. A written guarantee given and money returned if six boxes do not effect a permanent cure. $1.0 1 a box; six for $5.00, by mall. .Send for free circular and testimonials. Address Da vol Medicine Co., San Francisco, Cal. Local agent. Watson Drug Co., 401 Riverside. THE AUDITORIUM H. C. Hayward, Mgr. Tel. Main 1343. S *.:::: , ; , : g April 24 TUB FAMUI'S FARCE, "Brown's in Town" Flayed by an Excellent Company. New Vaudeville Specialties. Popular prices—25c to 750. Exchange National BanK OF SPOKANE, WASH. Designated Depository United States. Capital $250,000.00 Surplus snd undivided Sronts $179,588.92 I J. Dyer, president; Charles Sweeny, vice president; C. E. Mc- Broom. cashier; W. M. Shaw, assist ant cashier. A Sal® M Wmcy All fancy white goods at prices equalling for values given any previous white goods sule we have ever held. 15c; this sale at 11c 18c; this sale at 140 JOe; this sale at 15c 22% c; this sale at 17He 25c; this sale at 190 20c; this sate at 33He 35c; this sale at 35c 40c; this sale nt 30c 45c; this sale at 33c 50c; this sale at 360 Also all white embroidered waist patterns. In either linen or cotton. Regular price $2.75; this sale $3.00 Regular price $3.80; this sale $2.65 sale $3.00 Regular price $4.50; this sale $3.35 806-8 Sprague Aye. This great vegetable vltalizer, the prescrip tion of a famous French physician, will quickly cure you of all nervous diseases, lneomnhv pains In tbe hack, nervous de bility, pimples and oon- TTEKJEE PBUCKS IRULE; Steele &. McLaughlin Booms 3-6 Marble Bank. TeL M. 1141. The nicest suburban home In Spo kane for sale at a bargain and on easy terms. Rrick house of nine rooms; barn that cost 31200; large chicken house and other outbuildings; own water works piped In house and grounds; five acres rich, black soil; orchard of bearing trees; fine view of city; Al neighborhood; in city limits. DO TOU WANT A HOME ? HEBE ABE TWO: $3000—7-room house, modern, with furnace, lawn, trees, on South Side, close in, graded street, 100 feet from car line, three blocks from school. $3000 —7-room house, on corner graded street, asphalt sidewalk, fine trees, lawn and shrubbery, open fire place, modern, one block from car line. Good reason for selling In both cases. These nre cheap. Elmeadorl & Elmendorl The Sign of the "Rei" E." 321 Rookery Phono Main 85. F. Flint $ Co. ooi'a Riverside (In Basement), Phone Main 556. $1300 —New 4-room house, city water; $150 cash and $15 per month. $ 550 —For two choice lots, Forrest Park, near car. $ 375—For three choice lots, good soil, city water, adjoining Richland Park. $1100— Two-story seven-room house and bath, beautiful location, near car; terms. SEE 808, THE BEAD ESTATE MAN $1300 —Three-room house, three lots In fruit and strawberries, on Filth avenue; good terms. $3300 —ltiO acres, five houses on place, 50 acres in cultivation, saw mill on place, good sawmill man on place, 600,000 feet saw timber, lots of water, two acres fruit, outbuild ings, school on place, tWO miles from Peone. Must be sold at once. $3500 —80-room hotel, mountain town, all furnished, seven cows, eight calves, two horses, good hack, house all plastered; will trade for city property. No Trouble to Answer Questions. ROBERT E. CAVETTE, Real Estate. Rentals and Insurance, :115-316 Rookery lilclg. Tel. M. 3929. HELLO.!! We want to trade a pretty home in Heath's addition, nice house, barn, chicken house, 50 bearing fruit trees, two lots, for farm land, either im proved or unimproved; price, $3750. Six-room house, large barn, four lots, good garden soil, on car line; $IGSO. Five-room plastered house, close in, $500. Two good lots In Nosler's addition, $130 each. Nice, level lot, in mile circle, $130. Six-room modern house for rent. HOAGV LAND CO., 210 Mohawk Hlock. 60c; this sale at 40c 66c; this sale nt 45c 75c; this sale at 500 86c; this sale at 60c $1.00; this sale at 700 $1.25; this sale at 900 $1.50; this sale at $1.10 $2.00; this sale at $1.35 $2.50; this sale at $1.70 $3.00; this sale at $3.10 Regular price |B4)0; this aale $3.65 Regular price $1,50; this sale $4.00 Regular price $«.<pl; this sale $4.50 Regular price $8.On; this gale $6.00 0. P. Anderson Cash Grocer. IMPORTED GOODS. Fish balls, per can 250 Meat balls in bouillon, per can. . . .350 Ryper in bouillon, per can 600 Anchovies, per can 95c Oedeost, gnmmel ost, appetld ost, prim ost, Norway herrlns, Norway mackerel, Swedish kuakkebrod, etc. Phone Main 284 or call at 0626 Monroe Street JAMES b. GRAY, 'Etcvens Street and Sprague Avenua Phono Main 320. GENFE At. BBAX, ESTATE ABB IHEUBAHOE. The Globe Clothing THE MOST SURPRISING SUIT SALE OF THE SEASON Our prices are too numerous to be mentioned, but will quote just a few prices. Stylish Spring Suits Made up in perfect style to fit and hang correctly and hold their shape. Excellent materials and workmanship. 1150 men's all Wool cheviots, Scotch tweeds and cashmere suits. In the llnest und richest blacks, blues and mixtures, well made and serviceable; Plymouth Tailoring company's prices $12.00 &/L Of to $18.00. Our sale price yOtaiD 775 Imported worsteds, in black, blue nnd dark mixed effects, handsome black Thibets, tailor made; Plymouth Tailoring company's prices $18.00 to $25.00, and can not be duplicated for less 1 C on Riverside. Our price only *P •• *^ 475 suits of men's all wool cheviots and Imported Thibets, tailoring up tile highest quality, Royh, heavy duchess. Skinner silk linings; Plymouth Tailoring company's prices $27.00 to $25.00. Our price, with low rents nnd small 6_lo TF tZ expenses u7l_». • J 550 dozen men's shirts and drawers, French bal brlgffan; formerly sold at 75c. OO Tiy close out A>Ov 385 dozen men's shirts und drawers, the finest of Herman lisle thread; formerly sold (y mm at $1.25. To close out «$ /C Remember the Place. $100 Lots Spokane (Jreatist Store Ist Add. to Hays' Park. On Car Line. The Bty Bend Land Co. Rooms i and 2 Zlegler Bin. $29 Ternwell Block. Residence 'Phono Black 6223. Office 'Phone Mnln 1079. $1300 —Now 4-room cottage, stone foundation, cellar, city water, sink and cesspool, pantry, closets, large attic, front and back porch, all the rooms nice ly papered! $150 cash, monthly payments $15, 8 per cent. $1360 —New (•room house, stone foun dation, cellar, hath, pantry, city water, sink and cesspool, corner lot; $250 cash, $15 per month, S per cent. $1800—New 5-room modern house, Virginia avenue, street grailo nnd sidewalk paid. This house will be completed In a few days and you can get posses sion of It on very easy terms. $1700 boys 100 acres, 10 acres cul tivated, 800,000 feet of good saw timber, mill close, 200 fruit trees, school anil postotllco close, good water. JOSEPH R. ROBERSON, D. M. Thompson CO-til Jamlcson lllk. Tel. M. 3205. The most attractive property on tha north aide, hue view of city and Spo kane valley; city water, two blocks from car line, only requires a little money to start a HOME; lots selling from $175 to £11)0 each, 15 per rent cash, balance $5 per mouth; that is ns easy as any can ask to start in the HOME BUILDING BUSINESS, Keystone Addition. Moore's Addition. Ontario Addition. Wettleton's Addition. Fine double corner on Cunnon 11111 at a bargain. J. D. SHERWOOD. 818 Sprague Aye. IN CORRECT CLOTHS. Men's Shirts Your Own Terms. L. tt. MONFORT A SNAP! ft and 6 Symona mock. Morgan's Addition CHEAP LOTS. SEAL B9TATB ABB MINES Sherwood Bull dins'. COMPANY They have individuality and style. 490 young men's suits. In choice cheviots nnd cashmeres; tho Plymouth Tailoring company's prices $7.00 to $10.00. Art £A Our price <J>o.3vl 800 young men's fancy worsteds, cashmeres nnd homespuns, nicely tailored college nnd 'varsity styles; Plymouth prices $10.00 to ffatL O C $15.00. Our price y\J»mCO You're Looking al it the wrong wag! If you are Jumping to conclusions about Manlto Park, without first getting a map of the addition and then going over the whole property thoroughly. Manlto Park contains nearly 100 acres for park purposes and is Spo kane's largest park. The addition is young, but is developing rapidly. Large level lots, black soil lots, rocky lots, terraced lots, lots with beautiful trees, lots without trees, rectangular lots, triangular lots —all fine building locations on or near this grand park now selling for Spokane-Washington Improvement Co. Fred b. Grinneii The Penna. Mortgage Investment Co. 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 1029 DeSmet Avenue. $4"> Just to start them. Pot a few days only, Some of the best, holldlng lots on the market. Investigate. Descent & Engle. lit Waahlngtou fit. Tel. |Uf, itzt. Youths 9 Suits Children's Suits With strength, quality and style for the modern strenuous boy. 2715 suits, new nnd fresh In style and handsome as can be; Plymouth Tailoring company's £»« t_% prices $2.C0 to $4.00. Our price iJ/I.IU 350 smart and snappy suits, neatly tailored nnd made to sell from $2.90 to $8.00. rf»ft f.fZ Our price «J/_r.U3 110 dozen children's waists, formerly mm sold nt 50e. To oIOSS out, only l>/v Hoys' knee pants; worth 50c to 75c. Oi"V _ Our price "vV Men's Pants 690 pairs of line black, blue and gray Worsted pants, newest cut and well tailored; Plymouth prices from |4,00 to $8.00. Tbe Globe's An f price 818 Sprague Aye. Of 115 Mill Street, FOR SALE. J. GRIER LONG, Manager. O. 8. RICK REAL ESTATB CO., 030 Hyde Block, It must be wold. Come and It, "0 KnrMi four mllea out. 13 acres or chard, house, well, windmill, eta, Nothing better. A snap. Also 3 and 10 acre lota. / Odd. Model Bakery $150 to $250, Easy Terms.