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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1«0tw
GRAND DUKE VLADIMIR MAN WHO ORDERED STRIKERS SHOT DOWN He Was Hated and Feared by His Brother, Alexander HI. and Is Dreaded by Nicholas—Would Uusurp Throne If He Had Half a Chance. Orand I>nke Vladimir Alexandro- Vltch, third Son of Alexander II and eldest living undo of the present csar, Is hated and feared by his Imperial nephew. Vladimir Is com- iwander of the troops In St. Peters burg, and is the man held responsi ble for the massacre of Jan. 22 in the streets of the capital. He Is a radical Muscovite of al most medieval brutality and tyranny. With him as emperor, there would never be breathing the word "re form," unless at peril of death. Vlad imir was completely distrusted by Ms brother, Alexander 111, who al ways looked for treachery from him. Jn his ukase decreeing the order of succession to the throne. Alexander 111 Inserted a clause barring any Claimant whose wife. If a foreigner, bad refused at her marriage to be come a convert to the national church of Russia. This proviso was timed directly at Vladimir, who is the only grand duke whose wile, a Lutheran princess, has always refused to join thi' Russian church. When Alexander 111 knew that he was near death, he took extraordi nary measures to prevent setsure of the throne by Vladimir. Elaborate How Sickness Starts In The Inside Nerves Most form of sickness start with the Inside nerves. Indigestion, sour Stomach, heartburn, dyspepsia—weak kidneys, diabetes, Hrlghts Disease — Diver irregularities Heart Irregular ities — Bowel Irregularities-- all of these ailments, and tbe ailments which they, in turn, bring on are due directly to derangements of certain nerve centers. Understand first thnt we have two entirely separate nerve systems. When We walk, or talk, or act, we rail into play a certain set of nerves —nerves which obey our mental com mands. That Is why tbe arm can be rWISCd, or the mouth opened, or the eye shut, at the slightest desire That Is why your linger* can delicately pick up a pin one moment, and hold v heavy hammer the next. Bui these are not the nerves we are to consider here. There Is another set of nerves Which control and govern and actu ate the heart and the stomach, the kidneys and the liver and all of the vlt.il functions, You can not control these nerves. Ry no supreme effort of mind can you make jour heart Stop er start—nor can you even make It vary by a single heat a minute. And so with IPS stomach and the liver and the kidneys and the bowels — they are automaih —they do their Work at a certain set speed whether you are awake or asleep—whether you will it or not. It Is on these inside nerves that life and health depends. So long as thes,i nerves perform their proper dulies we are well and strong. When they fall, we know it by the Itt evltuhle symptoms—stomach, heart, liver, kidney troubles. And these troubles have no other origin, ever, than In these same nerves. For tho sjtomaofc, the heart, the liver, tho kidneys, have n«i power of their own, no soli' control. They owe their every Impulse to tho hi side nerves. The nerves are the masters. The organs their slaves. Rut the most interesting part about tbe Inside SeWSS Is the bond of sym pathy which exists between all cen ters and branches of this great auto matic system. The center, which, for Instance, emit mis the stooiach, is known to Science as the "solar plexus" The ■earl center is called the "cardiac plexus." The kidney center, the "re nal plexus." Yet It In a well known fact that in prize tights, a solar plex us blow Instantly Steps tho heart, although Its usual operations con cern only the stomach. Why? Ho gfluse Of tho bond of sympathy be* M; - the various branches. That is/ I reason the Inside nerves are Si" culled tho "sympathetic." This cxidalns why stomach trouble often develops Into heart trouble— Why Indigestion brings on nervous ness-why discuses become compli cated. It explains, too, why ordi nary medical treatments are wrong —why medicine so frequently fails. For ordinary remedies are designed to treat the organ, not the nerve. When I first studied medicine, the Whole foundation of what I was •aught waa: For nervousness, give bromides. POT weak aldueVß, give diuretics. For a weak stomach, give pepsin gnd bismuth. Fi»r a weak heart, give stimulants. To deaden pain, give a narcotic. And so on. Dr. Shoop's Restorative military precautions were taken, and a few days before the end Alexander summoned his brolher-in-la w, the prince of Wales, now Kins; Edward VII, to his side. Edward, though he had seen little of Alexander since the hitter's accession to the throne, left London the instant he received the telegram, nnd hastened hy spe cial train across Europe to Livadia, Where the czar lay dying*. He ar rived a few hours too late to see Alexander alive, but was In time to assist in the proclamation of Nicho las II as emperor. Edward remained nearly two months at the young czar's sido, not leaving until Nicholas was married and safely established on his throne. All this was undoubt edly because It was feared Vladimir would try a coup (In main for usur pation of his nephew's throne. Tn the fall of 1900, when the czar lay low with typhoid fever, the czar ina, in his name, forbade Vladimir to ( ome buck to Russia from Paris, where ho was visiting. She thus prevented him from- declaring him self regent during the cjmr's illness, as in- might have done, the czar's bro ther, Michael, being then out of the country. Don't you, who do not know medi cine at all, see that this Is wrong? That It is mere patchwork? That while the suffering organ is enjoying Its temporary relief, the nerve that is really sick may lie getting worse and worse? Does this not explain to you why relapse so frequently fol lows a supposed cure? Does this not account for the uncertainties of medi cine? More than thirty years ago this thought came to me: "If life and health depend upon perfect heart action, upon proper stomach digestion, upon correct kid ney filtering, why does not life Itself depend upon these life-governing power nerves—these inside nerves?" MY FREE DOLLAR OFFER Any sick one who has not tried my remedy may have a Full Dollar's Worth Free. I ask no de posit, no reference, no security. There is noth ing to pay. either now or later I will send you an order on your drug gist which he wilt accept in full payment for a regular, standard size Dollar bottle. And he will send the bill to nr. C. I. Shoop. M. D I realised, too. Mint nil ailments Wftioh result from one cause may, of course, he cured hy one remeily. I resolved not to doctor the organs hut to treat the one nerve system which operates them all. For those who treat only the iyiT)Q» toms need a different remedy for each. Such treatments are only palliative; the results do not last. A cure can never come In disease of the stomach, heart, liver or kidneys, until the In side nerve power Is restored. When that Is done, Nature removes the symptoms. There is no ncod of doo lorln. them. My remedy—now known hy Drill* gists everywhere as lir. Shoop's Re storative--Is tho result of a oiuirtor century of endeavor along this very line. It does not dose the organ or deaden the pain—hut It does go at once to the nerve l —the Inside nerve— the power nerve—and Builds it up, and strengthens It and mule . it well. Vladimir is 58 years old. He hates England. He has a wife of a strong personality and very ambitious, who covets the throne for her husband and her sons. He is at the head of a party which includes men who ' would not stop for a moment at as ' sassinatlon, in order to put their chief tn power. Vladimir himself might J not counsel murder, but he is tn GKAND DUrtii- AMDAfrw the hands of his followers, just ns every leader in Russian politics is. Vladimir's wife Is in closer touch with the a 11-powerful nobles, who rule the czar, than cither the wife or the mother of the czar, ell him self is very popular In the army— There is no mystery—no miracle. I can explain my treatment to you as easily as 1 can tell you why cold freezes water and why heat melts ice. Nor dol claim a discovery. For every detail of my treatment is baaed on truths so fundamental that none can deny them. And every ingredient of Sly medicine is as old as the hills it grows on. I simply applied the truths and combined the Ingredients into a remedy that is practically cer tain. lint my years of patient experiment will avail you nothing If you do not accept ray offer. For facts and reason and even belief will not cure. Only the remedy can do that. In eighty thousand communities— In more than a million homes Dr. Shoop's Restorative is known. There are those all around you your friends and neighbors, perhaps— whose suffering it has relieved. There Is not a physician anywhere who dares tell you 1 am wrong in the new medical principles which I apply. Your own common sense will tell you lo treat noi the ailing organ, but the nerve that controls it. And for six solid years my remedy has stood the severest test a medicine was ever put to -I have said "If it fails it Is free" and it has never failed where there was a possible chance for It to suc ceed. BUI this mountain of evidence is nt no avail to those who shut their eyes and doze away in doubt. Por doubt is harder to overcome than dis ease. I can not euro those who lack the faith to try. So now 1 have made this otTer. I disregard the evidence; I lay aside the fact that mine la the largest mcd- ■ teal practice in tlie world, and come ' to you as a stranger. I ask you to believe not one word that 1 say till you have proven it for yourself I Offer to give you Outright a full dol lar's worth of Hi. Shoop's Restora tive. No one el Be has over tiled so hard to remove every possible excuse lor doubt. It is the utmost my un bounded confidence can suggest, it is open and frank and fair. It is the 1 supremo test of my limitless belief. 1 have made my offer that Strang- j i'l's to my remedy may know. Il is not Intended for or open to those who have used my remedy. They need no further evidence. Hut to those who I have not heard, or hearing, may have delayed <>r doubted, r say "simply I write and ask." I will send IDOU SO I order on your druggist which ho will accept as gladly as he would in cept la dollar, lie will hand you from his shelves a Standard sized bottle of my prescription, and he will send the bill Ito me. Will you accept this opportunity to learn at my expense absolutely how to be rid forever of all forma of ill ness which are caused by inside nerve weakness—to i>» rid not only of the trouble, but of the very cause which produced It? Write today. For a free order for a full dollar bottle you must address Dr. Shoop BOSJ *v-?, Racine, Wis. State which book you want. Rook i on Dyspepsia, Rook 2 on the Heart. Book 3 on the Kldneya. Rook 4 for Women. Rook 5 for Men. Rook fl on Rheumatism. Mild cases are often cured by a single bottle. For sale at forty thou sand drug stores. so strong a favorite that both Alex ander 111 and Nicholas, hating him as they have, have feared to remove him from the command of the St. Petersburg troops. And bo he re mains today In that all-important post—at the head of the army nnd the police, followed by many of the nobles—but two weakling nephews and a baby grandnephew between CHiUIRCIHIES The Spokane Temple of Mental i Science will meet as usual at Pacific hall, 814V4 Riverside avenue, Sunday evening. Rev. Curzon, pastor of the Unitarian church of this city, will de liver a lecture upon the "Power of Thought." Doors open 7:30. Free to all. Good music. At Elks' temple, Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Frederic Bell, pas- 1 tor of Humanity's church, will deliver his interesting lecture on the anni versary of the Birth of Thomas Paine, "citizen of the world." Good music and singing. Everybody invited. At the First Baptist church, cor ner Lincoln street and Second avenue, at 10:30 a. m. the pastor will preach a sermon of great interest to teach-j iers and those who are in uuetrt of I truth on "The Birth From on High." The doctrine of the new birth is fun damental to all orthodox Christian belief and Dr. Van Osdel will present a striking view of it. In the evening at 7:30 o'clock the pastor will preach on "Future Punishment as Indicated : by the Doctrine of the New Birth." j This will be a discussion of deep In terest. Mrs. Walton has been em ployed as leader of the church choir. She has added considerably to the slzo of the choir anil will endeavor to furnish music that will be an at traction and comfort to all lovers of music and song. Bible school at noon. Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. The Spokane Liberal league will hold its regular meeting in the Unitarian church, S p. m. Sun day. Dr. Coulson Turnbull will lec ture on "The Mystic Twelve Disci ples." The study will be preceded by a short discourse on "Cremation." The public is most cordially invited. Good music. Olympia Silhouettes BY GARRETT B. HUNT Saaflf Correspondent of The Spokane Prees By the time the balloting for I'nited States senator had progressed as far as taking a dozen ballots, many of those present as spectators of tho joint sessions of the houses of the legislature commenced to take note of things which had escaped attention until from sheer desire to break the monotony they forced themselves to scan the long piece of paper enntatn ing the names of the legislators and those of the leading candidates for the toga. One would think that names commencing with the letter N are common enough over this state so that some Newton or Morton might Bhd his way into the legislative halls. Rut there is no N in the list, which is also the case with the less likely Q or Yor 7.. I appears but once, in the name of Representative Irving of Snoqualmle. The onlooker noted how the names beginning with T arc all found In the Piles column. The fact that Tod I, Tucker and Twltcholl hail from King county accounts for them, while Theurer in found with Piles on ac count of earlier associations when the Seattle candidate was then in the pra tice of law In Snohomish county. To the one who Is thinking of Can didate Sweeny while casting an eye over the list It appears that there are three li's for the Spokane man — Bowers, Rratt and Drown, and they all come from Spokane; there are also three L's for Sweeny — Lindsley, Lins ley and Long, two from Spokane and the last named from Qarflsld county. Counting the H's, there are four of them for Sweeny - Henry. Booh. HUXtable and Hutson, three from Spokane and one from Franklin. The X's have been pretty well split up among tho candidates, though neither of the quintette In for Wilson Klnnear and Kennedy are for Piles, Keiioyer for Jones, Kellogg for Sweeny and Keyes for Foster. ® ® ® In honor of the accession to the supreme court bench of another man from Spokane, Herman D. Crow, Judge Dunbar Is credited with a witty remark. He observed, without a trace of a smile on his face, "I sup pose Governor Mead had caws when he appointed Crow " This little Joke of the sedatS) man of tbe bench where thi> woolsack might be has traveled the rounds in Olympia, but may bo new to the Spokane friends of the Silver-haired jurist recently honored by the new administration. ® ® ® The awarding of tht it net for doing tbe bulk of the legislative ses sion printing to the Capital Printing company is another matter in which the hand of Spokane people Is seen. Some time ago the Idea occurred to Cm.lon C, Corbaley of the Inland Printing company that the old state printing plant would he a good In vestment. Ho associated with him A. H. Howe of the Pioneer lllndery A Printing company and Pliny 1.. Allen of the Metroplltan Press of Se attle and they bought the plant and org mixed the company There has been much talk on this side of the mountains about the Capital people preparing to work a big graft from the state and various statements have been circulated. One of the most wonderful was that the new combination company had contracted to rent the establishment for the high fHB SPOKANE PRESS. himself and the throne. Vladimir's three sons, Cyril, Boris and Andrew, would be In line for succession to the throne in the or der named, should their father die. Cyril Is 28, Boris 27, Andrew "85. Cyril Is a nonentity, Boris 1« a dissi pated scapegrace, Andrew a quiet, studious boy, of whom little haas ever been heard. Tho Gorman Evangelical synod will have its services as usual at the Cen tenary Presbyterian church, Sinto avenue and Mill street. Sunday school at 1:30 p. m.; service at 2:30 p. m. Rev. E. J. Fleer, the pnstor, will preach on the subject, "Christ Stilleth the Tempest." Quartet will sing, "Lord, Hear Our Prayer." The songs will be accompanied by cornet by Mr. Albert I'rbahn, Jr. All are cordially Invited. Salvation Army Sunday services: Prayer meeting, 7 a. m.: Juniors' meeting, 9:30 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; free and easy, 3 p. m.; sal vation meeting, S p. m. All are wel come. Adjutant A. D. Slote, com manding officer. "The Commonwealth: When and How.'' will be the subject under dis cussion at the Economic club Sunday, January 29, a>t 3 o'clock at 810 Vt Riv erside. W. F. Catten will be the prin cipal speaker. All will be made wel come. Rev. Canon Groser of Australia will conduct the services at All Saints' cathedral tomorrow. Rev. Alfred Ijickwood of All Saints' will officiate at St. Agnes' Episcopal church. The rector of St. Agnes, Rev. Mr. Beers, goes today to Wallace, Idaho, where he will conduct the services ln the Episcopal church tomorrow, both morning and evening. Sunday morning at the Calvary Baptist church, +24 Third avenue, Rev. J. B. Beckham will preach on the subject, "Coronation of Jesus Christ," at 11 a. m. At 12:15, Sun day school; 7 p. m., Young People's meeting, and at 8 p. m. the pastor will preach on the subject, "National Bup tist Publishing Board." price of $1000 a week, or month, or some period of time. The fact Is that the stun named as l>eing con tracted Is in the form of payments for the property, not rental, A Mer genth.Uer plant has been installed, something which would not be likely in- egjes the venture were based on mere rental. There was some talk about letting a Tacoma establish ment have tho work of printing the bills and calendars, as that firm was technically the hiwest by something over $30 ln the senate. That body Considered it worth $30 to have the Blatter printed here where there would be no danger of delay by trans mission by railway. ® ® ® Legal circles of Spoknne are to have an accession after the legis luture adjourns in the person of Vaughn Tanner, who, until tho close of the recent administration, was connected with the office of Attorney Qeneral Btratton and who is now clerk of the judiciary committee of the senate. Mr. Tanner has formed a partnership with Denton M. Crow for tho practice of law anil soon the shingle will be hung out In the style of Crow ,M Tanner, probably at some door In the Hyde block and prefer ably where the firm of Crow & Wil liams has been. Mr. Tanner is a like able and energetic young man and the prospects for this new Htm of young attorneys is exceedingly Bright. Social circles in Spokane will find in Mr. and Mrs. Tanner a very oompanli mabl'e couple.' ® ® ® •Cap" Gilbert, minute clerk of the hou«e, has gone Into the business of publishing a daily in Olympia. Fed of his friends ever suspected thai with all his duties, including the business of being colonel on tin- gov ernor's staff, worrying over the af fairs of Judge Htocker's court over in Spokane, keeping track of the next dill OS of the Olympia Entertainment club at the "Lobby,'' and other mat ters of pressing Importance, he would find time to embark in the perilous work of publishing a daily, but ho dees, and his paper Is in great de mand by the representatives. The Issue hus already reached over 100 per day and the circulation Is expect ed to grow. Financial matters are on a good basis, the treumiry of the state being behind tho venture Call's" paper is called the "Legislat ive Reoord." one of the Items In a recent number is as follows: "Do* inostic Relations— House BUlei Duties of husband and wife. 11. H. 17." ® ® ® It has turned out that the Hist two bills to pass tho house at this ses sion wore Spokane bills. Introduced by Spokane men. Tho tlrst was J. li. Llndsley's bill amending the civil procedure act regard!ag costs, and the Second was Representative Scott's bill comptilllng nonresidents tv de posit costs In Justice court cases ® • ® ' W'lthout any disparagement to the qualifications of the sag] oa ad Ida tea for the United States senate from Washington, It may bo said that the name of Wesley L. Jones received frequent commendation as one of tim best pieces of senatorial Umber in the list Of course. Mr. Jones was not a candidate in any si:use of the word, but It Is true that the votes oust for him In the early stages of the contest were meant for more than the mere dodging a decision between the lead ing active candidates. Those votes were Intended as compliments to ca pabilities already demonstrated. The men voting for Mr. Jones have been Senator Boone of Whitman and Rep resentatives Bollnger of Okanogan, Dickson of Kittitas, Hare of Yakima, Kenoyer of Whitman and Williams of Pacific. HALF CENTURY OF GOOD WORK. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 28.—Worthy of the event Is the programme ar ranged for the semi-centennial an niversary celebration of the Young Men's Christian Association of Phil adelphia. The celebration was for mally opened this afternoon with a reception to the membership of the various branches. Tomorrow and Monday will he occupied with exer cises and meetings of several kinds, the celebrating coming to a close Monday evening with a public meet ing that promises to eclipse anything of the kind held before in Philadel phia. The participants will Include the president and only living ex president of the United States, to gether with the distinguished sons of two other presidents, and other fam ous men. Tomorrow afternoon three simul taneous mass meetings will bo held in the largest halls of the city. Ex- President Cleveland will be the speak er at the meeting in the Pennsyl vania railroad department, John Wan amaker at a meeting to lie held in the Garrick theater, and Harry A. Gar- Meld, son of the late President Gar field, will deliver the principal address at a. meeting to be held in the Union tabernacle. The closing meeting Monday eve ning Is to be held in the Academy of Mush-. President Francis L. Patton of Princeton Theological seminary will tell of the student work of the Y. M. C. A. Joseph Ramsey, Jr., pres ident of the Wabash railroad, will present the railroad work of the as sociation. President Roosevelt is to be the guest of honor and is expected to deliver a brief addresH. Another speaker of prominence will be Major General Frederick D. Grant, who will tell of the work of the Y. M. C. A. among the soldiers of the United States army. A LIFE AT STAKE. If you but knew the splendid merit of Foley's Honey and Tar you would never be without it. A dose or two will prevent an attack of pneumonia or la grippe. It may save vnur life. Sold by Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. PRESIDENT VISITING. WASHINGTON, Jan. 28.—Presi dent Roosevelt kept his secretaries and assistants busy today cleaning Up all business of a routine character preparatory to an absence of several days from the White House. To night the president Is expected to attend the Gridiron Club dinner, and tomorrow being Sunday there will naturally be no business transacted. Monday morning the president will take a trip to Annapolis to attenil the graduation exercises at the naval academy. From Annapolis a trip will be made to Philadelphia where Mr. Roosevelt will attend a dinner of the f'nion League nnd also deliver an address at the semi-centennial cele bration of the Philadelphia Y. M. C. A. STOP IT. A neglected cough or cold may load to serious bronchial or lung trou bles. Don't take chances when Foley's Honey and Tnr affords perfect se curity from serious effects of a cold. Sold by Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. M'KINLEY MEMORIAL NEW YORK, .lan. 2S.—Tho Carna tion League of America and the Me- Klnley memorial association are in receipt of advices Indicating that there will be a wide abservance throughout the country tomorrow of the birthday anniversary of President McKlnley. The observance will em brace special services in ohurehea of many denominations and memorial exercises under the auspices of varl ods patriotic and religious societies. canton, 0., Jan. 28.—Fmm Wash ington, Chicago, Cleveland and other cities floral Offerings have been re ceived to he placed tomrrow at the tomb of President MeKintey, Canton people are preparing for ■ general observance of the day. IfemerJal services will he held In all the local churches and at the tomh there will he exercises under the auspices of the □rand Army of the Republic nnd kindred organizations. On Monday the anniversary will he marked by a great banquet at which addresses will he delivered by eminent public men who were intimately associated with the public career of tho mar tyred president. The prevention of consumption Is ntlrely a question of commencing the proper treatment In time. Noth ing is so well adapted to ward off fatal lung troubles as Foley's, Honey Slid Tar. Sold by Chas. McNab, it)'> Riverside avenue. Two book agents were forced to re turn money for encyclopedias they sohi around HartinsvlUe, md. Somc th n's put the Idy in our heads that the hooks were found to be shy on dialect. Grace Jensen died yesterday of diphtheria. Deceased wan S years of age and the daughter of O. C Jen sen, ■Ml Bernard street. Interment was made privately In Greenwood. All oyster supper will tin given by the niarrie.l nun at the Second United I'reshyteiian ehureli next Monday evening. A musical program will bo given. Perfect womanhood depend! on per fect lieiilth. Nature's rarest ulft of physical beauty comes to oil who use Holllßter'a Rooky Mountain Tcu. Bright eves nnd red ehseets tofloss list uw, 35 cents. ELECTRIC MOTORS AND DYNAMOS Tel. Main 810. Northern Ticket Office, lot Riverside Avenue. Phone Main 40*. Effective Stay 99, 1904. THE ROUTE OP THE PTuTBB AHD 2 Eastboundi Leave. Fast Mali 3 15 p. ax. Leave, Tho Flyer s.JJ a. m. West bo and! Leave. The Flyer 7:00 a. to. Lv , Puget Sound Express. . 8:10 p. m. For ticket* and full Information call on or address H. BRANDT, C P. T. A, O.k. mm Each Afternoon and Evening. tAHI MRWTOJI, . . ****** LIGHT, MORE LIGHT We can give you tHe illuminant of tHe age. We're prepared to put electric ligHt in your House or place of business on sHort notice. Up-to-date service and satisfaction guaranteed. Let us figure witH you. Tel. Main 154 The Washington Water Power Co. Riverside and Lincoln. A Woman Would Not Do It A Man Should Not Do It What woman is there that would not walk six blocks to save 5 cents to purchase goods for the household, especially when she could be sure of getting a better article for 10 cents than she could by paying 15 cents on the average. JIMMIE SELLS 15c Whiskies 10c a Drink Drawn Direct From the Barrel HUNTER RYE OLD CROW WILSON RYE YELLOWSTONE FINCH'S GOLDEN WEDDING RYE Wholesale and Retail For All Purpose-t. gasoline EironrES. SPEED CONTROLLERS. . JAMES F. STACK SPOKANE & INLAND RAILWAY COMPANY Subscriptions to the stock of tho Spokane & Inland Kailway Company can be made at tha Traders' National Hank, tha Old National Bank, tile com pany's Office, 414-415 Fernwell block, or at my office, 221 Rookery block, where subscrip tion blanks are on Hie. Shares are $100 each and subscriptions from that amount up will be received. Right to subscribe will be terminated without no tice. Ry order of tho com mittee. D. T. HAM, Chairman. THE PAST MAIL. EAST AITS WSST TBAIN9 EVEBT OAT 513 MAIN AYE. Everybody Welcome Admission Free DUR.KIN BEFORE BUYING UNREDEEMED Diamonds. 12 Riverside. Watches. Jewelry We Can Sate Yen 50 per teat Owl Loan Office 126 Howard St N. H.-' We stake liberal advances o> every this*. ' $3000 Reward in cash has been paid to the Boston Painless Dentists by the best people ln Spokane for do ing the best dental work at reasonable prices. Our painleaa system, coupled with long years of experience and tho best high grade materials, has given us such a large business that on March 1 we will enlarge our Spokane parlors to twice their present ca pacity. 2 All our operators are licensed by the state of Washington, and these Introductory prices will only last un til March t. Examination. FreelExtrnetlons ...Free Gold Billnga...TOeJautver tiutags. aso Gold crowns. . .ggiKull set teeth $3 Crowns and bridge work at low prices a speclulty. Our patent double suction will hold your teeth up. Come tn at once and take advantage of low rates. All work done by spe cialiete. without pain, and guaranteed for 10 years. Boston Painless Dentists 8101; Blveralda Avenue. Branch offices In Seattle, Portland end Tacoma. tit-11-il lllveiald* Phomr Ml fill Appendicitis Cured without knife or drugs. BolentlAe rjuixii and eleutrlo treatment lor rheumatiam. paralysis mid iemafce dis eases. Ckurges reasonable. Consulta tion tree. Rooms II>I7 occidental hotel. Mill and Sprague get ear prioet on moui. Leather uphol stered coaches and chair* Will ex change for other good*. bam cbow, House Furnisher.