WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1905.
KELT W ASTTIID—FEHAXtE.
Students graduated from ths
Ladies' French Tailoring seademy
after taking a six weeks' course are
now earning 11.75 per day. If yon
want a paying position, prepare your
self by taking a course ln the only
school of ladies' tailoring west of
Minneapolis. Spend 4 to 6 weeks In
stead of Bix months In a dressmakers
shop. English and German teachers.
Curtis block, Lincoln and Sprague.
Phone 3912. 66-0
Ladies to go to Portland fair; ex
penses paid. Address A., Press. BS-6
Girl for general housework. 1131
Ide avenue. 92-3
E. T. Schorr. 412 Fernwell building,
phone Main 171. 280-0
John P. Judson, lawyer, ofHco
fourth floor Hyde block, rooms
G. K. Gilluly, attorney-at-law. Spe
cial attention given to damage and
corporation law. Rainier Grnnd hotel.
MONEY TO DO AN.
Money to loan. W. S. Dawson, at
torney, 304-6 Traders' block, Spo
Brickell & Thomas loan any amount
on pianos, horses, wagons, furniture
or any good security. Notes bought.
426 Rookery. 66-7
Loans on furniture, pianos, horses,
etc.; private; no delay. A. A. Bar
nett 625-6 The Rookery. 66-?
Loans on long or short time.
Daniel Bros.. 627 Hyde block. 66-0
Dr. Royd's electric coll; best known
treatment for rheumatism and dis
eases of women. Granite block. 66-0
ABSTBACTS OP TITLE.
Pacific Abstract & Loan Co., 120
Post. Abstracts of title to any real
estate ln Spokane county furnished
or. short notice at reasonable price.
Phone Main 4666. 65-0
FAINTS AND GLASS.
Paints. Oils, glass, varnishes, wall
paper, building paper, moldings. Spo
kane Paint & Oil Co., 716 First
Phone 60. 65-*
Standard Fuel & Ice Co., E4Ol
Front. Tel. 696. Carbonado, Rook
Springs and Summit coal. Martin
Hamlin's Stables, livery, feed and
hoard. 1213 Second nvenue. Phone
Remodeling of all kinds Of build
ings; store fitting: jobbing; prices
low. Tel. M. 863. BI7S Stevens. 816-8*
Hotel Reliance, furnished nnd un
furnished suites and bath, for house
keeping: steam boat and light. Sec
ond and Lincoln. CS-*
SECOND HAND OOODS.
Highest price paid for second hand
furniture. Tel. M. 303. 214 River-
Pawnbroker and loan office, 33S
Ifalu avenue, P. Biokford,
Katharine Harris, r>2o Fernwell.
Tel. M. 2225. Imitation typewriting
Cheaper than printing. 07-*
Harriet M. Kenefick, .stenographer.
402 Rookery. Phone Main 936. Resl
den c phons, M. 1734. 67-0
Sanitary Plumbing Co., expert sani
tary engineers. Jobbing promptly
attended to. Sl4 Monroe street. Tel.
Main X,2». 82-*
Drs, Nelson snd Peterson, office 1
knd 2 /.iegler blk. Phono 4078. 66-0
Reemer's orchestra and Inland Urn
|Mre baud. Latest and most popular
music played for all occasions. In
struction. Violin nnd cornet. Of
fice and studio, Riverside hall, WIS
Riverside aye. Phone Main 3099. 74-*3
We do It right, at right prices. F.
W. Graham, Ipragu's and Pine, Phone
Duff & Rothwell repair all kinds of
furniture and upholstering; cupboards
nnd tables made to order; store and
ofllco rsmobsltnk Shop, 5179 Howard.
J'honu M. fill, 63-*
The Thell Detective Service CtK
We do a general detective business is
•II parts of United Statee and Canada.
Spokane office, 41S Empire State
fcutldlng. W. S. Swain, manager. Day
'phone Main 1467. Night 'phtce. Main
Abbott Collection Co. Thone 1917.
IDmco 003 Fernwell. Prompt atten
tion, jg. >
Miss F.lesnor Eves—Hair dressing,
scalp treatment, manicuring and face
massage. 227-328 Holland block. Tel.
SU. 6009. ««.•'
LADIES BARBER SHOP.
No. 6 Sprague avenue. First class
Bjroik OIVS us s call. 15-2 C
Miss Maja ltingqvlst, 510 Granite
Mock. Chiropody, manicuring. Tel.
M. 4210. 67-0
DYEING AND CLEA NINO WORKS.
Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Works.
SlO5 Howard street. Tel. M. 2187.
L A. Lehmann, prop. Best house ln
northwest. No' solicitors. Dress
plaittngs factory In connection. 288-0
PACIFIC TRANSFER 00.
Freight, furniture, baggage and
parcel delivery. Tel. Sis. 130-S
.The Club Dye Works cleans, dyes
and repairs at lowest prices; best
work in city. Sponge and press one
suit a week for $1 per month, called
for and delivered. F. 104 Sprague ave
nue. Tel. M. 1854. «*••
CLOTHES CLE A NEBS.
The Steam Clothes Pressing- com
pany will steam, brush and press
your suit for 60c or your trousers for
15o; only 6 to 16 minutes required;
good dressing rooms; alterations and
repairing. 223-224 Holland block.
Phono 2232. 66-0
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
Get your clothes renovated at 3
Lincoln street. Repairing a specialty.
Goods called for and delivered. 92-20
Dressmaking and ready made suits.
Mrs. Hrownlee, First aye. 87-26
Or. Hyrne has removed to rooms
212 and 213 Temple Court, corner
Riverside and Washington.
Home cooked meals, 13.80 per week.
Hoard and room, $5. Transient, 25c,
1226 First avenue. 90-20
BE ST AUK ANT.
For a good tirst cISSS meal, well
cooked, with good service—James'
Cafe, SITS Howard street. 90-2H
For strictly home cooking, come
lo Rristol Cafe, SIJ2 Howard street.
New management. 88-3
Newly furnished rooms for trans
lent or permanent; free baths and
heat. Tel. M 4347. 423 Third ave
nue. • . 60-6*
DOOMS FOB HOUSEKEEPING.
The Spencer House, under new
management; nicely furnished rooms,
neat and clean; also housekeeping
rooms; reasonable rates; baths free.
Mrs. Annie Leahy, proprietress, 812
Sprague. l'hone 894. 68*
Nicely furnished rooms, single or
housekeeping suites, with or without
board; reasonable rates. 15603 River
side. Tel. Main 25X2. 92-6
fOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
A six room house, strictly modern
home, completely' furnished, worth
88000, Must be sold in 10 days. No
reasonable offer refused. Call at once.
Ths Realty Co., sisvi Rivsrslds aye.
$1000 buys lodging house furni
ture of 13 rooms, good furniture, on
Riverside avenue; big snap.
$1900 buys a new, modern seven
room residence, close in.
Llchty £ fo.-, t;i Jamleson block.
Tel. 12t)n. oi-o
Farm to trade for city property.
000 acres for sale or trade for busi
A Hue home on Seventh avenue for
18000; easy terms. W. S. lingers.
310 Fernwell block. S3-10
Ladies —When In need, send for
frea trial of (uir never failing rem
edy. Relief qulolc Paris Chemical
Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
SECOND AND CEDAR.
The best place 111 the city for you
to ,lo your trading, We carry a com
plete line or goods, end tlie host of
quality, i hir ju ices can not be beat,
Cnnnsr toniatoas, the best lie sell
er, at 100
Canned corn, the best lis seller. . . 10c
Canned peas, tho best lfie seller.. .10c
Canned beans, Ihe best lac seller. .10c
Crackers, Perfection soda, 26c sell
er, at ISo
Prunes, the best 10c seller, nt 5c
Jap rice, tlie bOSt lac seller, at....5c
Raisins, the ISO seller, nt 10c
Currants, the I'm' seller, at 10c
Catsup, Mulder'a. 26c seller, at. 20c
Hest ranch eggs 30c
Best eastern eggs 25c
Soap, Diamond C, 7 bars for 250
Soap, Suiilax, 7 bars for 25c
Flour, fancy patented, for 91.20-91.30
ROllSd outs, 10-lh. suck 35c
Qrahani flour, 10-ib. sack 300
Whole wheat, 10-lb. sack 30c
Lard, 6-ib. pails boo
l.nrd, 10-lb. pails 81.00
The best RurlMUk potatoes, 100-
--sack, for 91.25
Don't forget your little green trad
ing stamp. We have tiiSJQ for you.
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purines the breath.
Used by people of refinement
lor over a Quarter of a century.
Very convenient for tourists.
mm m mm
Some time since a letter was sent
President Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, by
tlie local branch asking for the re
moval of T. S. lleskett, local or
A communication from Frank Mor
rison, secretary of the federation, at
last night's meeting of the trades
and labor assembly in answer to the
request made for Hoskett's removal.
Tho secretary does not say that lles
kett will be removed, but suggests
that the local assembly recommend
someone for the position of or
begins with the svmntoms of a corn-
Dogma with the symptoms or n com
mon cold; there la chilliness, sneez
ing, sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse,
hoarseness and Impeded respiration.
Give frequent small doses of Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup (the child
will cry for it), and at the first sign
of a eroupy cough apply frequently
Mallard's Snow Liniment to the
Mrs. A. Yllet, New Castle. Col.,
writes, March l»th, 1S01: "I think
Ballard's Horehound Syrup a won-
dorful remedy, and
so pleasant." 250,
50c and $1.00. For
Wats in m nt minus
ut mm wi thus
RANK DISCRIMINATION AGAINST TOWNS THAT
FOR REASONS OF BUSINESS OR SPITE
ARE NOT IN THE GOOD GRACES OF
THE RAILROAD MAGNATES
(This is the third of a series of
three articles written by H. Gilson
Gardner on the freight rate prob
lem now lioiiin fought oUt in the
By H. Gilson Gardner.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 22.—T0
correct rate discrimination as be
That is about the shortest an
swer to the question: What is tlie
purpose of the president's railway
A "square deal" program for tlie
public looks to the end that the
railways shall not discriminate be
tween persons or places. The pres
ent legislation deals "more particu
larly with "places." This bill is
not a rebate bill, although it ia
often so named in the newspapers.
Tho Klkins law. passed two years
ago, was aimed at secret rebates,
.and is generally admitted to ex
haust legal remedies on thnt sub
ject. At present the only glaring
rebate abuses are those carried on
under the guise of private car,
side track and terminal facilities.
Neither is it tlie purpose of tho
present legislation to hammer
down tlie general level of freight
rates. On the whole, American
freight rates are cheap, compared
to those in other parts of the
world. It is not the general level
of rates of which tlie shipper com
The Hsch-Townsend bill —which
is in tin- main tne kind of a bill
that President Roosevelt favors —
aims to give the federal govern
ment power to correct
ns between different localities.
Power to do this carries with it,
as an incident, general power to
raise or lower rates; and it is to
the delegation of this general pow
er that tlie railroads object, They
do not think the federal govern
ment is sufficiently trustworthy to
An illustration or two will show
what It is that is aimed at. A del
egation from the stnto of Wash
ington called at the White House
last week to tell the president
their experience with discriminat
ing rates. They were from Spo
kane. A glance at th eniap shows
that Spokane Is about 800 miles
east of Seattle. Therefore. Spokane
in that much nearer the eastern
sources of shipment. It might be
Supposed, therefore, that goods
shipped from New York or Chicago
to Spokane would be considerable
less freight than goods which were
carried through Spokane to Seat
tle, 300 miles further on.
Hut how does it work out, under
the present system? The goods
nre dumped on the train at Spo
kane, hut the man who gets thorn
pnys what It would rost to send
iheni 300 miles further, to Seattle,
and IN ADDITION HI PAYS THE
LOCAL FREIOHT RATE! HACK
ACKOSS THE STATE TO BPO
KANE. He Is charged for the
through haul to Seattle, plus the
local rate for his distance east of
Seattle. In other words, he Is lined
the cost of nearly a 000 mile haul
fur being nearer to the point of
shipment than in Seattle,
Thla Is what is known as
A "Favoring Rate"
for Soatlie; anil It docs not re
quire un expcit to see. that the
STARS AND STRIPES IN THE COAT OE ARMS
DISPLAYED BY GEO. WASHINGTON'S ANCESTORS
The question of the origin of the
stars and stripes as the national
emblem has received much atten
tion and the study has resulted in
many claims and man ytales, none ;
perhaps more probable than the,
story which accounts for tho de-!
sign by telling us that before
America was discovered the stars
and stripes marked the shield of
the distinguished family of Wash
ington, of Sulgrave, a quaint little
village of Northampton, England.
Even today, in a dozen places,
around the ancient homes of the
Washingtons, on the walls of Sul-
man doing business at Seattle has
a great advantage over the man
nt Spokane, ln .act, the latter,
in spite of the fact that he is
nearer the eastern market than the j
Seattle man, is compelled to do
his buying in Seattle. Thus the
railroads which pass through Spo
kane are constantly depressing the ,
industries of that place, and arti-]
ricially stimulating and building up'
those of tlie more distant Seattle.
Another striking example of un
fair discrimination between locali
ties is the grain rate from Cannon
Falls, Minn., to Chicago, Cannon
Falls la between St. Paul and Chi
cago, being about 49 miles south
of St. Paul. Now suppose a man
lias some grain to ship to Chicago,
in which direction will the car go
A Dollar's Worth Free
To Any Rheumatic Sufferer
T ask no deposit—no reference —no
security. There ls nothing to risk —
nothing to promise—nothing to pay,
Slther now or later. Any Rheumatic
Fittferer who does not know my rem
edy may hava a full dollar's worth
free to try.
1 willingly make this liberal offer
because I know that I>r. Shoop's
Rheumatic Remedy may be relied
upon ALWAYS to bring the utmost
relief that medicine can. Years be
fore I dlscoverod this remedy, I
studied the nature of Rheumatism.
Kor Rheumatism is really
Tour blood In always full of poison
■—the poison you eat nnd drink nnd
breathe Into your system. It Is the
purpose of the blood to absorb and
carry off this very poison. And the
kidneys, which are the blood filters,
are expected to cleanse the blood and
send It back through the system
clean, to gather morn poison which,
they, In turn, will eliminate.
But sometimes the kidneys fail.
And sometimes, from some other
cause, tho blood gets so full of poison
that they can not absorb It nil. This
ls the start of Rheumatism The poi
son accumulates and erystallses. Tha
crystals look like little grains of su
gar or fine white sand. The blood
carries them and they Increase In
siss. Then, when It can carry them
no longer, It deposits them ln a Joint
— on a Done —anywhere.
The twinge In your leg--the dull
ache In your arm on a rainy day—
these are the outward signs of the
unseen crystals. And the twisted
limbs and unspeakable anguish of the
BUf?oref Who has allowed his symp
toms to go unheeded and unattended
for years—these are the evidences of
what Rheumatism, neglocte, can do.
Rheumatism Includes lumbago, sci
atica, neuralgia, gout -for all these
are the results of rheumatic poison
ln tha blood.
Plainly, the first thing to do Is to
remove the poison. Rut this Is not
enough. The formation of the poison
must be stopped, so that nature may
have a chance to dissolve and elimi
nate the crystals which have already
formed. I'nless this Is dona there
can he no cure no permanent relief.
I searched the whole earth for a
specific for Rheumatism something
that I or any physician could feel
Safe In prescribing something that
we could count on not only occasion
ally, but always Kor the ravages of
Rheumatism are everywhere and gen
uine relief Is rare.
MIIJ esses are sometimes cured by a altifle package On aala at forty
CHE SPOKANE J^RESS.
Sl T f,GRAVE MANOR, HOME OF THE WASHINGTONS IN ENGLAND, AND THIS FAMILY CRESTb,
SHOWING THE STARS AND STRIPES DESIGNS.
m. snoops miemi mm
grave manor, on tho face of an old
sun-dial, and on pieces of old fur
niture, can lie found, in a state
of fair preservation, the shield
witli I lie stars und stripes.
After leaving Bui grave in 160<!
the Washingtons found a home in
a modest little cottage in Bring
ton. Near the old house is a beauti
ful, quaint old church, St. Mary's
of Great Brington, and here where
the father of the two Virginia emi
grants worshiped, about the center
of the middle aisle and a little to
the left as one proceeds toward
the chancel, is an old brass plate,
securely embedded in a long stone
o nwhich he loads it. South?
It. will go north. The man will
put bis grain on a car bound for
St. Paul; the grain will go to St.
Paul, turn around, and start south
for Chicago, passing through Can
non Falls on the way. That is the
cheapest way to send the grain, it
will cost half a cent a bushel more
if ho insists on sending it straight
from Cannon Falls to Chicago.
'That is because tne railroad has
made what is called a "through
ratei' and which is really a "long
hauj' rate from St. Paul to Chi
cago, which is lower than the local
O rshort haul rate from Cannon
Fall* to Chicago.. It
Is So Much Lower
that*the shipper can afford to pay
the local rate to St. Paul and the
full through rate from St. Paul to
Chicago, rather than the local rate
by the direct route.
This is a part of the general pol
icy of the railroads to discourage
the "way traffic" or the business
from the small intermediate towns
and to encourage the great termi
The history Of railroading in the
northwest contains some glaring
instances of the abuse of the rail
road power in private hands. Citi
zens of the small summer retort
town of Way/.atta. in Minnesota,
can give a little interesting testi
mony along these lines. Way/.atta
is situated on Mlnnetonka
I spent 20 years In experiment Inn
before I f.-lt satisfied that I had a
certain remedy for this dread disease
—a remedy which would not only
clean out the poison, but one which
would stop its formation.
The secret lay In a wonderful
chemical I found ln Germany. When
I found this chemical, I knew that
1 could make a Rheumatic cure that
would be practically certain. Rut
even then, before I made an an
nouncement—before I was willing to
put my name on It —I made more than
§000 tests! And my failures were but
2 per cent.
This German chemical ls not the
only Ingredient I use tn Dr. Shoop's
Rheumatic Cure —but it make the
r smell* possible made possible an
■ hiafement which. I douht not,
could have been made ln no other
This chemical was very expensive.
The duty, too, was high. In all It
cost jne it 90 per pound. Rut what
!■ tWO per pound for a real remedy
for the world's most painful disease?
-V-for a real relief from the greatest
tc'aie human beings know?
I don't mean that Dr. Slump's
BJheUßruitlc Cure can turn bony Joints
HMO flesh Hh'ain th it Is Initsissihle
Butjjt will drive from the blood the
pniKMJ that causes pain and swelling,
and Wen that is the end of the pain
and dvelling -the end of the suffer*
hiK--*3She end of Rheumatism. That
is «ny 1 can afford to spend Ihe
Xl It ST d liar that Rheumatic suffer
ers. So world over, may learn of my
Simply Write Me
The offer Is open to everyone,
everywhere, who hHS not tried my
remedy But you must write UK for
the free dollar package order I will
send you an order on your druggist
whleh he will accept as Kladlv as he
would accept a dollar. He will hand
yob from his shelves a standard sized
package and lie will sen t the bin to
me There are VlO conditions -no re
qulrementa, ah that I ask you to do
Is to write write today I will send
fou my book on Rheumatism beside.
It Is yee It will belli foil to under
stand your esse Add reel Dr Shoop,
Boa CMS, Racine, Wis.
thousand ilruK Stores,
slab, bearing an inscription to the
memory of Elizabeth and Robert
Washington. Helow the inscrip
tion is another tablet bearing the
armorial shield of the Washing
tons, and here again are the stars
and stripes plainly visible,
i In the chancel is the north en
trance to the Washington vault,
and here is chronicled the entomb
ment of Laurence Washington, the
great-great-grandfather of our own
George Washington, and here also
is to be found the shield with its
markings from which the stars and
stripes of the union have origin
I and in addition to a permanent
j population numbering about 1200,
| contains tlie summer homes of
well-to-do residents of St. Paul and
j Minneapolis. It is an incorporated
town with a council and other offi
cials of town government.
A cause of grievance arose be
| tween the Great Northern railway
. and the city fathers of Wayzatta,
[as a result of an attempt to per
; suade or compel the railroad to
move its tracks back from the lake
shore enough to give the residents
a free and safe access to the lake
at tills point for boats and bathing
Jas. J. Hill, president of the road,
i grew angr.y at the ordinance
passed by the aldermen, and re
taliated by ordering his trains
To Cease Stopping
at tlie Wayzatta station, and he
built a new station a mile or so
further on. Today—and these oc
i currences took place nearly ten
years ago—the people of that little
town have to go a mile to and from
the station, as punishment for
their temerity in attempting to
regulate a great railroad witli their
,own little town authority. Jas. J.
I Hill is opposed to any federal in
terference with the railroads.
; which he denominates "private
| Another example in point is fur
, nishod by tlie citizens 01 Peters
burg, a good sized town located
west of Grand Forks, in North Da
kota. In that instance the whole
population of the place were pun
ished by Jas. J. Hill for an offense
done him by M. N. Johnson, once
a member of congress from that
district and a local power in poli
tics. Johnson and Hill fell out. As
a result, the trains on Hill's rail
road were directed to pass through
Petersburg without slowing down,
and they did so for the space of
more than a year. They did not
stop at that point again until John
son had been driven out of con
gress and deprived of his political
That is one kind of discrimina
tio nat which the president's rail
road rate bill is aimed
BANK TO MOVE
When the Spokane Drug company
has removed from the old quarters
at 121 Howard street to the new
building on Railroad avenue it is an
nounced that the quarters ot ths Hy
poth-ekhank will be removed from
the southwest comer of Howard
street and Main avenue In the room
in Ihe rear of Ihe ding company <juar
ters, facing on Mill street,
The room now oecaplod by the
bank and those used by M. Sail St #J
Co. will be thrown into one big since
room to be rented to one of the uig
retail linns of the city.
Charles Rumner, who represents the
new Automatic Telopkoae company
In Its application for .1 iiunehise hem,
leaves today for Portland,
Mr Sumner has made application
to the city council ot Portland for a
franohlee ior his rniaiaaajr in that
Mr. Sumner believes that the fran
chise for Portland will be granted.
He expects to return to Spokane
within two weeks to urge the SASS-
Ig« of (he 8pok.ll!" franchise.
SOCIALISTS ARE HAPPY.
Tho Boolatlata arc mnkitm •» v'khi--
,ius camiuilsn hi th,» First ward, hild
iiik nii"(iiv!S twice a wwk 0 I.und
win Bi>o.ik tomorrow svenlng .it No
Inn's hall l.i I'iiliin l'jrk.
Some «.'.' tha enthusiast* claim they
will earv> this wuril at Like SSMsIfIJI
Don't Neglect the Kidneys. At the First Indication of Kidney Tronsle
Begin Using Doan's Kidney Pills, a Modern Kidney Specific, which
has cured Thousands of People Bight Bare at Hons.
Mrs. W. A. Eddy, of 412 Second
avenue, says: "I had suffered con
siderably from a heavy throbbing
ache across my loins and through the
hack, sometimes extending up to the
shoulder blades. It hurt me most
when doing any sweeping nnd iron
ing, and then my back would feel as
though It was breaking. When I read
about Doan's Kidney Pills I decided
to try them and got a box. This
helped me so much that I continued
taking them until I had used three
boxes and found complete relief. Up
to date there has been no recurrence
of the trouble and I feel that I am
Kidney diseases cause more deaths
For Sale by all Dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Mllbura Co., Buffalo,
N. T., Prop.
Cannon Hill. Spokane. Wash.
Seleot Day and Boarding School.
Consolidation of Holzel academy
and St. Stephen's school.
Healthy location. Dormitory equip
ped with all sanitary appliances. Uni
versity trained faculty. Academic,
preparatory and special courses.
Manual training is a prominent
Best equipped gymnasium. Large
A regular course In physical train
ing. Including military training, both
infantry and cavalry.
Fall Terms Opens September 14, 1904.
For full particulars address C C
Molzel, Kleventh nnd Jefferson street,
Spokane, Wash. Tel. M. 1469.
THERE IS HO QUESTION
THEIR BIG) RIVERSIDE STORE
and have only a short time in which
to do it. and tlie entire new stock is
up und for sale. If you can use poods
Of any kind you can serve your In
terest best hy attending this great
closing out sale.
Finest line of high grade perfum
ery in Spokane at 40c, 50c, 60c and
69c per ounce; worth up to $1.00.
50 sets of silver 'dated knives
and forks at, per set $1.29
Cheap at $2.00.
lon sets of Rogers' 1 SSI plated
knives and forks at 93.65
Set worth $4.00.
75 Bets Rogers' teaspoons 75c
Cheap at $1.50.
70 sets of nickel plated nut picks..Bo
Cheap at lie.
Any cut glass tumblers, each 75c
Worth up to $1.50 each.
• itcek star X piece water set at...75c
Gold banded I piece water set. .SI.OO
I piece polished water set at 85c
Fancy r,d globe hall lamp at....11.75
$7 50 soup tureen at S3.so
$20.00 gold clocks nt 913.00
Any $.' 00 neckwear $1.00
Any $i.oo neckwear soc
20 dozen French briar pipes at. .. .150
Fancy decorated china clocks at..94c
Sic paper knives at 40c
Any fancy lined WOTtP basket up
to ISc; choice of tin- slock at...35c
Any Jardiniere in st.>ck up to
$•: to tor 91.19
50,- saiad bowls at 35c
25c chtng cups and sauc< rs 13'^c
Double sewed whisk broom 8c
$15 "> toilet case at $7.50
Muslin underwear, hosiery, hand
kerchiefs, towels and toweling, also
Hbbon and neckwear, fancy back
pombs ami side combs; nlso new
lie els. purSOS and hand bags, all In
cluded In this olosl.tg out sale. Why
not come In and look the Immense
slock oyer? Wo would be most
pleased to have you do so. l.uy
iua is not Pi tho least compulsory.
We thank you for a visit and thank
SOU Bfrgrfl If you iind anything you
w .nt to purchase. Moat respectfully.
104 Kivcvtiitl* Avenue.
Many of the flatty woes of woman
hood are due to sick kidneys; but too
many women fall to recognise kidney
trouble when they have It. and kidney
diseases are fatal if neglected too
When a woman's back aches from
morning to night—
When she feels worn out after ev
ery bit of work she has to do—•
When she cannot bend or stoop
without suffering twinges of pain—
When she has constant headaches,
dizzy spells, bearing-down pains and
When she has any or all of these
ailments It is a sure sign that the
kidneys are not doing their duty.
Uric acid and other poisons that the
kidneys should filter out of the blood
are carrying disease into every part
of the system.
Regard this as a danger signal.
Recognize the kidneys as the cause
of your many aches and pains, and to
cure the kidneys use a kidney medi
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid
neys and cure them permanently. The
kidneys begin to do their work prop
erly, and pure blood, the greatest sys
tem regulator, restores the whole
body to health and strength.
than any other human affllrtlon. This
Is because they come on so silently,
and are, therefore, neglected.
When the kidneys are well, they re
move from the body every day near
ly one ounce of urlo acid and other
When the kidneys are sick, this poi
son Is carried by the Wood to every
part of the body. It causes rheuma
tism, gout, neuralgia, sciatica, grave
stone In the kidneys, heart dtseese.
' Indigestion, diabetes and Bright «
Doan's Kidney PUIS act promptly
and give complete relief, because
their influence ls exerted directly up
on the diseased tissues. This medi
cine has been curing sick kidneys for
919 Riverside Avenue.
On Easy Terms
Our credit plan is a
most generous and help
ful one, and it is designed
with the thought of your
convenience first. We do
not ask you to pay extra
for this, for you will find
upon comparison that our
prices are as low as the
lowest. Tlie terms are
so conveniently arranged
that you will wonder with
what freedom you are
permitted to make your
Come in and inspect
our up-to-date line of
suits, cloaks, gowns,
skirts and shirtwaists.
New arrivals daily.
Liberal discount for cash.
SPOKANR, Wash.. May 6. 1004.
Medical Lake Salt Mfg. Co.,
Gentlemen—about a year ago I
was troubled with Inflammatory
rheumatism In my foot and waa com
pelled to go about with a cane, and
suffered a great deal during that time.
A gentleman told me of Medical Lake
Salts, which he said were good tor
that disease. I tried the Salts fog
six days and found it to be success
ful. I bathed my feet once every night
In hot water tn which the salts had
been dissolved and then wrapped my
feet ln woolen cloths. I did this for
six days snd on the sixth day was
able to walk without a cane. I oaa
recommend It to anyone for that pur
pose «nd appreciate the fact that It
helped me. Yours truly.
JNo N. Bi>ACKBUUN,
Boon I, Biaardo,
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