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MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1906.
CLASSDFIuXID) AWi^TOlfcivroTS KELP WANTI3D—FEMALE. . Students graduated from the Ladles' French Tailoring academy after taking a six weeks' course are now earning $1.75 per day. If you want a paying position, prepare your aelf by taking a course In the only school of ladles' tailoring west of Minneapolis. Spend 4 to 6 weeks In stead of six months In a dressmakers shop. English and German teachers. Curtis block. Lincoln and Sprague. Phone 3912. 66-0 Ladles to go to Portland fair. Ex penses paid. Address A, Press. 99-* HELP WANTED—FEMALI Ladles—Barn $20 per hundred writ ing short letters. Send stamped en velope for particulars. Ideal Mfg- Co., Cassopolis, Mich. ATTORNETS-AT-LAW. tt. T. Bchoff, 412 Fernwell building, phono Main 171. 2Si-d John P. Judson, lawyer, office fourth floor Hyde block, rooms ■ OS-4. SO-6* O. X Qllluly, attorney-at-law. Spe cial attention given to damage and corporation law. Rainier Grand hoteL REMOVAL NOTICE. Dr. Byrne hns removed to rooms 212 nnd 213 Temple Court, corner Riverside and Washington. Loans on .furniture, pianos, horses, etc.; private; no delay. A. A. Bar nett 625-6 The Rookery. 66-7 Loans on long or short time. Daniel Bros., 527 Hyde block. 66-0 SPECIALISTS. Dr. Boyd's electric coll: best known treatment for rheumatism and dis eases of women. Granite block. 66-0 FUEL DEALERS. Btandard Fuel & Ice Co.. E4Ol (Front. TeL 696. Carbonado, Rook Bprlngs and Summit coaL Martin (Dolan, manager. HORSESHOEING. T make a specialty of all lameness Snd diseases of the feot; Interfering Stopped. Chas. Staley, 219 Pacific avenue, south N. P. depot. 93-' CARPENTER. ' A. TURNBULU Remodeling of all kinds of build ings; store fitting; Jobbing; prlees lew. Tel. M. 4163. 8171 Stevens. «•-■• BECOND KANE GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. 303. 214 River side. 80-9 PAWNBROKERS. Pawnbroker nnd loan ofiice, 338 Main avenue. P. Rlckford. STENOGRAPHERS. Harriet M. Kenoflck, stenogrnpher, '402 Rookery. Phone Main 936. Resi dence phone. M. 1734. 67-0 DENTISTS. Drs. Nelson nnd Peterson, office 1 fend 2 Zlegler blk. Phone 4678. 66-0 MUSICAL. Reemer's orchestra nnd Inland Era- JMre bund. Latest and most popular music plajred for all In struction. Violin nnd cornet. Of fice nnd studio, Riverside hall, Wl6 Riverside aye. Phone Main 3999. 74-»3 Duff & Rothwell repair nil kinds of furniture and upholstering; cupboards and tables made to order; store and Offlco remobellng. Shop, 8179 Howard. Phone M. 6253. 63-* DBTBOTTTE AGENCIES. The Theil Detective Hervlce Col We do a general detective business la sdl parts of United States and Canada. Spokane office, 416 Empire State building. W. S. Bwaln, manager. Day 'phono Mala 1467. Night 'phcte. Mala »«»«• US-»« COLLECTION AGENCIES. Abbott Collection Co. Phone 1947. Office CO3 Fernwell. Prompt atten tion. 66 _ T LADIES' BARBER SHOP. No. 6 Sprague avenue, First class Work. Qlve us a call. 85-26 BERING AND CLEANING WORKS. Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Works. BIOS Howard street. TeL M 2117. J. A. Lehmann, prop. Best house In northwest. No solicitors. Dress plaltlngs factory In connection. 286-S ROOFING AND REPAIRING. Tin, copper, sheet Iron, stove nnd furnace work. Dairy supplies. C. I'oshak & Co., 0624 Monroe St. 94-26 BARBER SHOP. The Leroy barber shop removed from MO Main to basement 120 Main, Michigan block. First class haircut. 26c; ■have, 10c; bath. Lie. Bight und cold shower bath. 94-* CHIROPODISTS. Miss Mnja Rlngqvlst, 610 Granite block. Chiropody, manicuring. Tel. M 4219. 67-0 * RESTAURANT. For a cood first class meal, well •ooked, w m, service—James' Cafe. BI7M Howard street. 90-26 VAorrio nunaris 00. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. TeL 3»». 210-t DIB WORKS. The Club Dye Works cleans, dyes •nd repnlrs at lowest prices; best work In city. Sponge and press one ■ult a week for tl per month, culled for and delivered. ElO4 Sprague ave jeue Tel. M. 1854. 16-* KELP WANTED MALE. Wanted —Reliable man manage branch office for large manufac turer. Salary to start $1800 per year and extra commissions. Ap plicant must have good reference and $2000 cash, capital secure. Ex perience unnecessary. Address Supt., 708 Chamber Commerce, De troit, Mich, CLOTHES CLEANERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will steam, brush and press your suit for 60c or your trousers for 15c; only 6 to 15 minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. 223-224 Holland block. Phone 2252. 66-0 CLEANING AND REPAIRING. A. Blusson presses, cleans and dyes clothes. Strictly first class work. 3 Lincoln street. 92-26 LADIES' TAILORING. Dressmaking and ready made suits. Mrs. Brownlee, 122SH First aye. 87-26 BOARDING HOUSE. Home cooked meals, $3.50 per week. Board and room. $6. Trunslent, 25c. 1226 First avenue. 90-26 Newly furnished rooms for trans lent or permanent; free baths and heat. Tel. M 4347. 423 Third ave nue. 60-6* ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. The Spencer House, under new management; nicely furnished rooms, neat and clean; also housekeeping rooms; reasonable rates; baths free. Mrs. Annie Leahy, proprietress. 811 Sprague. Phone 894. 68* FURNISHED ROOMS. Two nicely furnished rooms, with or without board. Inquire room 319 Chemical block, Howard and Sprague. 102-? REAL ESTATE. We have customers for vacant lots on the North Side. List with us. The Realty Co., 618V4 Riverside avenue. Main 301. AGENTS WANTED. New magazine; big success. Large Commission to agents. Cash prizes. Stamp secures sample outfit. The Pandex of the Press, San Francisco. $17.00 per acre will buy 160 acres fin est timothy soil, 5 miles from good R. R. town, on new electric line, SO acres cultivated, balance prairie sod, 40 acres winter wheat, all fenced, barn 30 by 3S feet; 35 miles from city. $1900 buys a 7 room house close In. We have a fine line of city property, nnd business chances for sale. Llohty & Co., 64 Jamleson Illock Tel. 1295. T have several fine lots In North east addition to Ross Park that can be sold cheap. Houses In nil parts of the city on terms that you can well afford to consider. Fine lots, Cannon Hill nnd other pints of the city, that are worth the money asked for them. 18. C. Tousley Co., 59 Zlegler. Phono 927. Fnrm to trade for city property. 600 ncres for sale or trade for busi ness. A fine home on Seventh avenue for $6000; easy terms. W. S. Rogers, 310 Fernwell block. 83-40 T OR SALE. Furnishings for boarding and lodg ing bouse of 11 rooms; cheap for cash. Apply phone 4533. 99-6 S A NIT ART PLUMBERS. Sanitary Plumbing Co., expert sani tary engineers. Jobbing promptly attended to. Sl4 Monroe street. Tel. Main 1629. 82-* RESTAURANTS. For strictly home cooking come to Bristol Cafe, Si 72 Howard street. New management. 105-3 LADIES Use our reliable monthly regulator. Send for free trial. Paris Chemical Co., Milwaukee, Wis. FRANCHISE. Notice of application of the Mod ern Irrigation & Lund Company for a franchise over the roads of Spo kane county. Notice Is hereby given that the Modem Irrigation & Land Company, a corporation, has applied to the county commissioners of Spokane county, Washington, for the granting of a franchise to It. Its successors, and assigns, for the construction and operation of a single or double track suburban or lnterurban railway over, ■long and across the public roods, hlfftiwa>yl and bridges In the districts known as Ihe Spokane Valley and Liberty Like, commencing on Sprague street at the city limits nnd along tlie county rond to Liberty Lake as more fully set for*fh nnd described in Ihe proposed franchise nnd maps of said route to be tiled in the office of the county commis sioners of Spokane county, Washing ton, und that Tuesday, tlie 4th day of April, 1905, at 11 o'clock n. m. at Ihe office of said county commission ers In the county courthouse in the city nnd county of Spokane, Wash ington, has been fixed as the time and place of the hearing for said ap plication for franchise, by order of the board of county commissioners of Spokauo county. Washington. (Seal.) 7,. STKWART, County Auditor and cx-Oflido Clerk of the Hoard of County Commis si s Hy GEO. H. WALLIS. Deputy Do you wish to obtain all the news? Then subscribe for The Press. SUMMONS. In the superior court of the state of Washington, In and for the coun ty of Spokane. Case No. 19888. Alice Davis Brown, plaintiff, vs. Herbert B. Brown, defendant. The state of Washington to the above named defendant, Herbert B. Brown. You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear within sixty days from the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wlt: Within 60 days from the 20th day of February, 1905, and defend the above entitled action In tlie above entitled court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned, attor ney for the plaintiff at his office be low stated and in case of your fail ure so to do judgment will be ren dered against you according to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of this court, to-wlt: On November 2Sth. 1904. The object and purpose of this ac tion and the relief demanded in plaintiffs complaint is: Ist. That plaintiff have judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between the plaintiff and the defendant on the ground of abandonment for one year based upon the following facts set forth in paragraph 3 of plaintiff's complaint, viz.: That on or about the 10th dny of August, 1902, the said defendant, disregarding the solemnity of his marriage vows willfully and without cause deserted nnd abandoned the plaintiff, ever since has and so con tinues to willfully and without cause desert nnd abandon the plaintiff and to live separate and apart from her without any sufficient cause or reason and against her will and without her consent. Said plaintiff further alleging that there is no issue of said marriage and no community property. 2nd. Plaintiff further prays judg ment in her complaint that the title to the northeast quarter and the north half of the southeast quarter of Section 29, Township 23, Range 40 R, W. M., In Spokane county, Wash ington, he decreed to now be and to have been vested In the plaintiff as Alice Davis and Alice Davis Brown ns her sole and separate property since its purchase at the times stated in her complaint; that It was pur chased by and paid for with her separate funds and money and not from any money or funds belonging to tlie community or any in which It had or ever hnd an Interest and that certain personal property In plaintiffs complaint described, con sisting of household furniture, horses, wagons, harness, farm utensils, etc., now Is and ever has been the sole and separate property of the plaintiff purchased by and with her separate funds ami that the community has not now or never had an interest (herein; and for such other and fur ther relief ns to tills court may seem meet and equitable. A. C. SHAW, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office nnd postoftlce address: 54 and 55 Zlegler block, Spokane, Wash. Date of first publication, February 20th, 1905. Date of last publication, April 10th, 1905. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. In the superior court of the state of Washington, in and for the county of Spokane. W. K. Hogue, plaintiff, vs. William K. Reddlg, Clarence J. Reddlg, Albert I!. Reddlg, Charles H. Reddlg, and all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described In plaintiff's complaint herein, defendants. Case No. 2U277. Tlie state of Washington to the above named defendants, WIHKta B. Reddlg, Clarence J. Reddig, Albert It. Reddig, Charles H. Reddlg, and all Other persons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate describ ed in plaintiff's complaint. You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to appear within sixty days from the first pub lication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days from the 6th day of March, 1905, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court and ajiswer the complaint of the plaintiff ami serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned, attor ney for tho plaintiff, at his office lie low stated, and in case of your fail ure so to do Judgment will be ren dered against you according to the demand, of the complaint which has boon tiled with tlie clerk of this court. The object and purpose of this ac tion and the relief demanded in plain tiff's complaint is: First. That the deed from J. Burr Reddlg bearing date May 27th, 1896, to Mark HaskerVllle conveying the property described In plaintiff's com plaint, lots seven (71 and eight <8> in block seven '7) of Lauman's Addi tion to Spokane Falls, now Spokane. Washington, and recorded June Bth, 1896, in ltook 73 of Deeds at page 388, which deed described J. Burr Reddlg as an unmarried man, convey ed a full, legal and equitable title to such real estate free and clear of any and all claims of any and all persons no! appearing of record In the auditor's olllce in Spokane county, Washington; that the failure of the wife of the said J. Burr Reddig to file and record tlie notice required by Section 4515 of Volume I of Baliln ger'a Annotated Code. In the office of the county auditor, be decreed to be a relinquishment or the disclaimer of her community Interest and that tho defendants on account of her failure to record said Instrument in like man ner be decreed to have lost their right to olatm any interest In suld lands and premises by reason of the failure of their mother to record said instrument; which might have de scended to them had said instrument been entered of record. That the de fendants la" enjoined and debarred from assert inn any claim whatsoever in and to said lands and premises ad verse to the plaintiff and for general relief. A. C. SHAW, Attorney for the Plaintiff. Office and postofflce address: 54 and 55 /aegler block, Spokane, Wash ington. John R. Price was turned over to the authorities of the Medical Lake asylum again today und this evening will be taken back to that Institu tion. Price eseapi'd from the asylum last Saturday night by making • rope out of the bedding, down which he slid to the ground. OIEAT NORTHERN RAILWAY CHANOI OF TIME. Effective March 6 trains of Ureal Northern railway will arrive and de part from Great Northern station, Havermale Island: From east, No. 1, arrives 7:10 a. Ea,| departs for west 7:25 a. m. From eaet. No. 3, arrives 7:40 p. m.; departs for west 7:55 p. m. From west. No. 2, arrives 9 a. m.; departs for east 9:16 a. m. From west. No. 4, arrives 9:25 p. m.; departs for east 9:40 p. m FAST NEW TRAIN RET WEEN SE ATTLE AND VANCOUVER. Leaves Seattle 3:46 p. m. dully: arrives Vancouver 10 p. m. Leaves Vancouver 9:30 a. in.; arrives Seattle 4:45 p. m. Standard up-to-date equipment on all trains, they are all TIME SAVERS. For maps, time tables and full par ticulars call on or address 11. BRANDT. C. P * T. A.. 701 Riverside Avenue. Phone Main 469. rHE SPOKANE PRESS. NO ROSE STREWN PATHWAY WAS MARRIED LIFE OF CAPT. COVERLY I profane names, which names are too vile and obscene to be herein set out. "That immediately after the 4th day of January she wrote and sent to the said defendant a vile, obscene and profane letter and caused the same to be delivered and placed in and at his place of business in the city hall; that she falsely accused him of immorality, knowing the same to be false, solely for the purpose of harrassing, hu miliating and degrading him in the eyes of his friends and acquaintances, all of which was without provocation or misconduct on the part of the defendant; that the cruel and inhuman treatment which she has accorded him almost daily since their marriage has become unbearable and has so affected his health that he ecame sick and nervous and could not sleep and his health has been so impaired that he was compelled to and did, on December 19, 1904, leave the plaintiff and remained away from her for about three weeks, at which time, and Upon the promise of tlie plaintiff that she would reform and would cease said cruel and in human treatment and would conduct herself as a wife should, he returned to her at his said home and remained there until March 3, 1905." After describing a resumption of the cruel treatment which again compelled him to leave his home and injured, his health and made it impossible for him to live with her longer, the cross complaint states: "That at the time the plaintiff and the defendant married she represented herself to be an upright and virtuous woman, and upon such representation the de fendant relied; that since the commencement of this action he has learned that the plaintiff was not an upright and virtuous woman; that she has lived and cohabited with other men not her husband; that she was a woman of low character and wholly unfit to be the wife of a respectable man; that her representations of and concerning herself were untrue and that the defendant had not means of learning of the untruthfulness of said representations until after the commencement of this suit. "That during the married life of said plaintiff and defendant the said plaintiff has, oh many occasions, stated to the defendant that she did not love or care for him; that all she married him for was what she could get out of him in money; that she would have money at any cost and would resort to anything to compel him to comply with her request; that she has frequently stated to the defendant that she had other- 1 lovers who were rich and would care for her and who had made her flattering offers of money to leave the defendant and live with them; and in fact the said plaintiff has obtained money from other men not her husband since her marriage, which was wholly unnecessary and improper. That she has, at dif ferent times, consorted and associated with strange men and has permitted them to visit her at unseasonable times during the defendant's absence from home and has fre quently boasted to the defendant of such action. That the plaintiff has made appointments with men by telephone and would meet them by appointment and her conduct as a wife has been unbecoming, improper and most repre hensible and in no way has she conducted herself as a wife in the premises. "That on several occasions, the exact dates this de fendant is unable to state, plaintiff has received visits and the attentions of one C. W. Carr, a marriied man; that she has corresponded with him, telephoned to him and enter tained him and has received money from him, which was unnecessary, and all of said acts were done without the consent, connivance or knowledge of defendant, and the plaintiff boasted of BUch acts. "That the defendant has admonished the plaintiff kindly and has tried to reason with her and has asked her to refrain from such associations and such actions and has asked the plaintiff to perform her duties as a wife should in the premises, all of which said plaintiff refused to do, but continues to conduct herself in a manner un becoming a married woman and to be cruel and inhuman towards the defendant." The complaint closes with an enumeration of the prop erty owned by the captain, which consists of an equity in two lots on the school section, 17,044 shares of stock in the Elk City Gold Mining & Milling company, owned for 14 years and of no value at present, and a declaration that he has been compelled to assign his salary for the next month's service for the purpose of raising money for his living expenses and to defend this suit and that he is unable to pay suit money, alimony or attorney's fees, and concludes by asking for a decree of divorce in his favor and the possession of the property without the payment of alimony. BRIEF BITS OF TELEGRAPH LONDON. March 13.—The Army estimate for 1906-6 was issued today. Total $149,650,000, increase nearly $5,000,000 over last estimate. I The increase is due to re armament of the artillery. The estimate provides for a total force, exclusive of India, (if 221,300 men. HIiYAN, 0., March 13. —A motion for a new trial in the Letcher arson ease was argued today before .Judge Don nelly. A decision will he handed down tonight. MILAN. March 13.- Cardinal Svampa has left Bologna hound for llome in the hope of persuading the pope to cease his campaign of repression against Christian demo erats. WASHINGTON, March 13. Tlie seimte in executive session today confirmed the nomination of Frank H. Hitchcock of Massachusetts to be first assistant post master general. (Concluded FroJn'Vage 1.) We Offer $ 1,000 For a Disease Germ That Liquozone Can't Hill On every bottle of LlqUoxone we of fer $1,000 for a disease germ that it cannot kill. We do this to nssure you that Llquozone does kill germs. And It is the only known way to kill germs In the body without killing the tissues, too. Any drug that kills gorms Is a poison, and it cannot he taken internally. Medicine Is almost helpless In any germ disease. It Is this fact which gives worth to humanity; a worth so if eat that, after testing the product for two years, through physicians and hospitals, we paid $100,000 for the American rights. And we have spent over one million dollars, 1n one year, 'to buy the first bottle and give it free to each sick one who would try it. Acts Lihe Oxygen Llquosone Is not made by com pounding drugs, nor Is there any alco hol in It. Its virtues are derived Isolely from gas—largely oxygen gas —by a process requiring Immense ap paratus and 14 days 1 time. This pro cess has, for more than 20 years, been the constant subject of scientific and chemical research. The result Is a liquid that does what oxygen does. It Is a nerve food and blood food—Uie most helpful thing in the world to you. Its effects are ex hilarating, vitalizing, purifying. Yet it Is an absolutely certain germicide. The reason Is that germs are vegeta bles; and Llquozone—like an excess of oxygen—ls deadly to vegetal mat ter. Llquozone goes Into the stomach. Into the bowels ajnd into the blood, to go wherever tho blood goes. No germ can escape It and none can re SPOKANB, Wash.. May «, 1804. Medical Lake Salt Mfg. Co., Spokane, Wash.: Gentlemen —about a year ago 1 was troubled with Inflammatory rheumatism In my feet and was 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 for that disease. I tried the Salts for six days and found it to be success ful. I bathed my feet once every night In hot water fn which the salts had been dissolved and then wrapped my feet In woolen cloths. I did this for six days and on the sixth day was able to walk without a cane. I can recommend it to anyone for that pur pose and appreciate the fact that It helped me. Yours truly, JNO. N. BLACKBUBN. Room », Blcardo. BREVITIES. SAN JUAN, Porto Blco, March 13. —The legislature adjourned, having passed 40 laws out of 198 introduced. No vetoes. NEW YOBK. March 13.—There is a strong rumor on the stock exchange that negotiations are under way for a consolidation of the New York Cen tral, Union Pacific and Chicago & Northwestern for the purpose of forming a transcontinental line and that It Is progressing rapidly and likely to culminate the latter part of tlte month. . BURGLARS The store of of B. Albl. 214 Wash ington street, was broken into by burglars last night. Entrance was effected by breaking a window In the rear. The burglars carried out a slot ma chine, which they broke open, taking therefrom $1.50 in change. Ladles play billiards and pool every day and evenings at Pfister billiard parlor. Trusses that fit, electric belts that cure, syringes and all rubber goods that are guaranteed perfect, for sale by WatCOII Hrug Co. Free Instructions to ladles every morning on bowling by experienced lady Instructor at Pfister bowling parlors. No one with a regular Income should put off saving. "Time and tide wait for no man." Ir. our aavlngs bank department we pay interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, compounded semiannually, on the minimum quarterly balance in even dollars. Spokane & Eastern Trust company FIXTURES both gas and electric. The newest and most hand some designs are now heing sold at Less Than Cost We are going out of the chandelier husiness. This is the chance of a lifetime. We are also selling out all our Combination Shades at your own price. If you want fixtures or shades for your new dweill&g loave a small deposit and pay later. Gas Company 806 TO 810 SPRAGUE AVENUE. slst it. The results are Inevitable, for a germ disease must end when the germs are killed. Then Llquozone, acting as a wonderful tonic, quickly restores a condition of perfect health. Diseases which have resisted medi cine for years yield at once to Llquo zone, nnd It cures diseases which medicine never cures. Half the peo ple you meet—wherever you are—can tell you of cures that were made by Germ Diseases 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 attacks the germs, wherever they are. And when the germs which cause a disease are destroyed, the disease must end, and forever. That Is Inevitable. Asthma Abscess-Anemia, Bronchitis Blood Poison « Brlghfs Disease Bowel Troubles Coughs—Colds Consumption Colic—Croup Constipation Catarrh—Cancer Dysentery—Diarrhoea Dandruff—Dropsy Dyspepsia Eczema—Erysipelas Fevers—Gall Stones Goitre—Gout Gonorrhea—Gleet Hay Fever—lnfluenza Kidney Diseases La Grippe Leucorrhea Liver Troubles Malaria—Neuralgia Many Heart Troubles Piles—Pneumonia Pleurisy—Quinsy for storekeepers is the making of an attract ive, brilliant window display. How better can you accomplish this than by letting us get you up some "catchy" design, or following out your idea "Wire" your window space and set it all ablaze with electric lights. DON'T FORGET—Meridian Lamps Renewed The Washington Water Power Co. Should Idiots be killed at birth* It's a doubtful proposition. It would save US from spring puems, though. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Die Kind You Have Always Boughl Bears the Signature of GOOD WHISKEY THE Corner Front and MIU. "NUF SED" Telephone 305. Window Wisdom Without Charge. Riverside and Lincoln. TeL Mala 144 ft Rheumatism Skin Diseases Scrofula— Syphilis Stomach Troubles Throat Troubles Tuberculosis Tumors—Ulcers Varicocele W'omen's Diseases All diseases that begin with fever —all Inflammation —all catarrh—all contagious diseases—all the results of impure or poisoned blood. In nervous debility Ll<fuo«one acts as a vltsllzer, accomplishing what no drugs can do. 50c Bottle Free If you need Llquozone, and have never tried It. please send us tht« coupon. We will then mall you an or der on a local druggist for a full sized bottle, and we will pay the drug gist 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 yourself, please accept It today, for It places you un der no obligation whatever. Llquozone coste 60c and 11. OUT OUT THIS COUPON for this offer may not appear again. Fill out the blanks and mall it to The Llquozone Company, 468-464 Wabash avenue, Chicago. My disease Is I have never tried Llquozone, but If you will supply me a 50c bottle free I will take It. 870 Give full address—write plainly. Any physician or hospital not yet using Llquozone will be gladly sup plied for a test. STORE HAS BEEN RENTED And We Must Vacate Early in Apr! and the orders are to pound harder than ever, as the stock must be sold. Commencing Monday there will be something doing at Jeannot Bros. big closing out sale of their Riverside store. Lamps at less than coat. Toilet cases and albums at V» price. Grips at '-, price. Pictures at H price. Dolls at Va price. Toys at v, price. Doll buggies at Vi price. Books at price. 75c cuspidor . ,*so 75c teapot «5e 75c salad bowls t9e 50c salad howls tSe 25c cup and saucer ...lOe 35c tinted cup and saucer 15c 35c water bottles lSe $1.00 pipes aoe All perfumery In bottles price All 10c toilet soap To All 5c toilet soap 4o All Jardinieres (1.00 Worth up to IS.OO. Purses up to 75c 250 Jersey vests from 3o Hosiery and muslin underwear at wholesale prices. Bibbons at about H the Rtversido retail prices. Cut glass at fiat cost Cblnaware marked under cost. Rings and jewelry at any old price. Silverware, knives and forks and spoons, etc., way under cost. 75c neckwear . . . 450 Ladles' hand bags from S3o 50,000 rolls of wall paper from, roll 4o Our paper Is all priced by single roll. Each bolt contains two rolls. Everything new . No old stock. New paint brushes. New paints; the best that money buys. New room molding. All must be sold quick. Jeannot Bros. 404 Riverside Aye. We aaw a man yesterday who was all smiles He had used a Press "want" ad and aold his house. 'Nother house hold. 'Nother men made hoppy through a Press "wan*" ad.