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TUESDAY, APRIL 06, 1906.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. John P. Judson. lawyer, office fourth floor Hyde block, rooms 40S-4. 80-6* O. K. Gllluly, attorney-at-law. Spe cial attention given to damage and corporation law. Rainier Grand hotel. SPECIALISTS. Dr. Boyd's eleotric coll: best known treatment for rheumatism and dle easee of women. Granite block. 60-0 FTTH I. DEALERS. Standard fuel A Ice Co., 8401 Front. TeL 6VS- Carbonado, Rook Springs and Summit cvaL MartlS Dolan, manager. SECOND BCAND GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. 303. 21* River aide. 00-9 MUSICAL. Reemer's orchestra nnd Inland Em pire band. Latest and most popular music played for all occasions. In struction. Violin and cornet. Of fice and studio. Riverside hnll, WIB Riverside aye. Phone Main 3999. 74-«3 COLLECTION AGENCIES. Abbott Collection Co. Phone 1947. Office 003 Fernwell. Prompt atten tion. 86-? DYBINO AND CLEANING WORKS Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Works. 8105 Howard street. Tel. M. 2187. L. A. Lehmann, prop. Beat bouse In northwest. No solicitors. Dresa plelttnga factory In connection. 286-0 PACfIPIO TRANSFER CO. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. Tel. $99 230-S HORSESHOEING. Chns. Staley, 210 Paclllc Aye. South of N. P. deport 12S-26. CLOTHES CLEANERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean and press your suit for 60c or your trousers for 16c; only 6 to 15 minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. 020 Second avenue. Phone 2252. j FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. Lots that will double In value In a short time. 3 lots, 6 blocks from car, $75 each. 3 lots, 3 blocks from car, $100 each. 13 lots, 3 and 4 blocks from car, $125 each. 1 lot, 2 blocks from car, $150. These are specials and it will pay you to Investigate at once, if you want a home. Any of tho above on payments of $5 or $10 a month. Northern Investment Co., 330 Hlversldo Aye. SMALL HOUSES POB SALE. 1 of 2 rooms and nice lot, $250. 1 of 3 rooms, new, corner lot, J450. 1 of 3 rooms, new, nice corner, $500. All the above near car. Monthly payments if desired. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside Aye. Phone 1232. Annunciator slock is closing out fast. if you are looking for a good In vestment, do not fail to secure sonic of this stock. K. c, Tousley Co., 20 Blegter. jL'min buys HO acres In Stevens county, three-quarters mils from railroad, 20 acres fine timothy land, 20 acres In crop, 25 acres pnslure! fenced, orchard, line spring water, modest buildings, Mercantile stocks of all sizes. Bargains In city property In all parts of city, easy terms. Llohty & Co., 64 Jamieaon Block. Tel. 1295. ORGANS James P&tno, organ builder. Tuning and repairing. P. O. Box 1278. ÜB—M. EOOriNU AND REPAIRING. Tin, copper, sheet Iron, stove and furnaiv work. l>alry supplies. C. Peshak & Co., QG24 Monroo gt. 94-26 A SNAP BT THE OWNEB. For ■ bargain call at 1521 West Broadway and look at n (lve-roorn modern cottage, finest little home In city; fine iiiwn and roses, street graded, cement «ralka< city sewer; small Oasb payment and easy terms, Llchty & Co., •4 Jnmleson Btoott, Tel. 120s. FURNISHED ROOMS. Newly furnished rooms for trans tent or permanent; free baths nnd heat. Tel. M 4347. 431 Third ave nue. (0-6* RO USER EE PINO BOOMS. Unfurnished toonis for light house keeping. 109 Pine street. - —■ i Two furnished or unfurnished rooms, close In, for rent. Call nt E5 First avenue. SITUATION WANTED. Japanese boys furnished for cooks in hotels, family und every kind of work. Tel. 2219. 423 Front aye. 139-20 Wanted—Ladies nnd gentlemen to travel on salary, $15 to $21 a week nnd exponses, or work at home, $40 a month or $900 a year; steady Job. Inquirs 127 Washington street. 144 0 WORKMEN, NOTICE. Wanted—Worklugmen to remember that tbe strike In thu lumber mills at Hope, Idaho, la still on. 130-20 TAXLOBINO. Clothcß cleaned, pressed, dyed at S Lincoln; goods called for and deltv- WOR KINGMAN'S HOME. Free employment bureau. Beds and bath, 10 cents. 42 Main ave nue. 122-26 MONEY TO LOAN, Loans on furniture, pianos, horses, etc.; private; no delay. A. A. Bar nett 625-0 The Itookerv. 66-T Loans on long or short time. Daniel Bros., 627 Hyde block. 66-0 Money to loan on real estate. Se curity mortgages bought. J. W. Mor rison & Co., 3 and 4 Sherwood block. BABBEB SBOP. The Leroy barber shop removed from 510 Main to basement 420 Main, Michigan block. First class haircut. 26c; shave, 10c; bath, 15c. Eight bathrooms, hot and cold shower bath. 94-« BREVITIES Carriage Co. Tel. 457. Fares, 25c. Anyway, you could hardly expect Fairbanks to keep a lid on by sitting on it. No, no, tbe Daughters of the Amer ican Revolution is not a South Ameri can organization. Ladles play billiards and pool every day and evenings at Pflster billiard parlor. Free Instructions to ladles every morning on bowling by experienced lady Instructor at Pflster bowling parlors. No ono with a regular Income should put off saving. "Time nnd tide wait for no man." In our savings 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. NATIONAL MUNICIPAL LEAGUE. NEW YORK, April 25.—The Na tional Municipal league began Its eleventh annual meeting in this city today, the sessions being held at Cooper Union. Advocates of munici pal reform are present from cities throughout the country and they will engage iv discussions covering a Wide range of questions looking to the betterment of city governments. A CHATTANOOGA DRUGGIST'S STATEMENT. Robert J. Miller, proprietor of the Read House drug store of Chatta nooga, Term.i writes: "There is more merit In Foley's Honey and Tar than In any other cough syrup. The calls for it multiply wonderfully and we sell more of it than all other cough syrups combined." Sold by Chas. McNab, 102 Riverside avenue. The statistician of the Chicago board of health figures that If the present rate of Increase In average longevity continues in that city until 2015, the average age at death will bo 112 years. The figures may seem Startling, but there is nothing In them thnt should cause the prsent resi dents of Chicago any alarm. They have nothing to fear. PNEUMONIA IS BOBBED OP ITS TERRORS hy Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops the racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs. If taken in time It will prevent an attack of pneumonia, Refuse substitutes. Sold by Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside ave nue. "Tell me whal you eat and 1 will tell you what you arc," says a Uni versity of Chicago professor.. Following thai theory, a woman who cats eggs must be an old hen; If she cats fruit she must be a peach; if she cats sparerlbs she must be an old maid; and if a man eats fish he must be a soak; If he eats wieners he must be a gay old dog, and if he cats lobster he must be a chump. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates, and will not constipate like nearly all other cough medicines. Re fuse substitutes Sold by Chae, Mc- Nab, 102 Riverside avenue SOUTHERN SUPPLY DEALERS MEET. SAVANNA 11, Oa„ April '-!>.— The Southern Supply and Machinery Iv.li crs' association, composed of more than 100 representatives of Hie lead ing machinery ami supply houses of the south, began Us annual conven tion In Savannah today. The sessions are to continue several days and will ho devoted to the discussion of va rious mutters relating to tho trade. The officers In charge of tho conven tion arc: President, PetOf B BIOS of ICSOXVllle; first vice president, C. 11. Brigga, Mail.is: secretary-treas urer, C. It. Carter, Knoxvllle, The surest and safest remedy for kidney ami bladder diseases Is Foley's Kidney Cure lold by Chas McNab. 402 Riverside avenue. COL. C. H. GRAVES TO MARRY ATHENS, Pa.. April BS.—Colonel C, H. Craves of Dulutli, Minn., the newly appointed minister to Sweden and Ni rwny, is to be married here this evening to Miss Alice Kinney of this place. On Thursday the bridal couple will sail from New York en route to Colonel Craves' new pOBI of duty at Stockholm. Foley's Kidney Cure If taken In time affords security from ,\ll kidney and bladdST diseases. Bold by Chas. McNub, 402 Riverside avenue. "Well, well," cried S.nlthers, drop ping his paper, "If the people of Bos ton haven't discovered their beans have been doctored!" "You don't say so," said Mrs. Smithers. "What was the matter witli them thai they had to he doctored?" A strength tonic thnt bring! rich. r*d blood. Makes you strong, healthy and nctlvc. That's what Holllster's Hooky Mountain Tea will Jo. 35c ,i MILLIONS LOST IN ÜBERO LAND DEAL GORGEOUS PLANTATION PICTURE AND PRACTIC ALLY WORTHLESS PROPERTY THE ASSETS. BOSTON, April 25.—A Mexican plantation enterprise, divided Into several companies and exploited thrOSghOUt the country, is being de nounced by Indignant stockholders here. Nearly $2,000,000, from more than the usual number of widows and orphans, with a good sprinkling of business men, have dropped into the maw of the Üboro Plantation company and the Consolidated I'nlted Plantation company. Stockholders of the Uubero Planta tion company have applied for a re ceiver, alleging that the stock was unloaded on them as a result of fraudulent representations. . The accompany panorama shows how miles of land were cultivated. In the first place, tho pleasing pas toral scenery existed only in the poetic imagery of the artist who made the wash drawing. The com pany store, the barn, administration building, manager's residence and pineapple cannery alone have been TIIK ARTIST'S IMAGINARY PICTURE OF ÜBERO PLANTATION. ÜBERO, MEXICO, WHICH LOOKED Guul) to THE INVESTORS. erected. The others were erected by pen nnd ink. Ten thousand dollars may have been spent at Übero, down In Mexico. William D. Owen and Ferdinand Borgea were the prime movers In this latest example of high finance. Owen's home is in Indiana. lie served three terms In congress and one ns secretary of state. He was a preacher before he became inter ested in politics and making money. Ferdinand Borges was the master mind In tbe operations that have brought woe to so many Investors. He has been known also as Ferdi nand Burgesa, and was sent to the PiPttsburg workhouse In 1899 on a charge of petty swindling. He is a high roller, occupying sumptuous apartments at the fashionable West minster. It is Borges 1 boast that he always consulted good lawyers before making any moves. Champion Wrestler's Great Strength John J. Zimmer, Amateur Champion Middleweight Wrest ler, Says His Wonderful Strength Is Due to Reg ular Use of That Marvelous Tonic and Invig orator, Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Be Writes: "All the Medals I Have won In athletics and honors I havo gained on tho wrestling mat I owe to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Centlemen: All the medals that 1 have won In athletics snd the hon ors that I have gained on the track and on the wrestling mat I owe to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I began to take your medicine four years a*o when I was a mere stripling and very much run down In health and weak in body. I had been bedridden for four months, and thu doctors thought I would not recover, when an athletic instructor, a neighbor of ours, took me lv charge. Ho stopped all medlclno and gave me Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, and with the aid of massage brought mo back to normal health Since that time I have trained regularly In the gymnasium and have known no medicine except Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey. JOHN J. ZIM MKU, Amateur Champion Wrcatler. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey It Is the greatest strength builder and tonic stimulant known to medicine It attacks the seat of the disease, drives It out and rebuilds the weakened tlaauea In a gradual, healthy, natural manner. "Duffy's" is the only cure und preventive of consumption, pneumonia, grip, bronchitis, coughs, colds, malaria, low fevers and all wading weak ening diseased conditions, It makes the young strong and he .lthy In v■« 50 years. Write for free copy of medical booklet, Duffy Malt Whlakey Co Rochester, n. y. caution Get the genuine Duffy's Pure Melt Whlekey, sold by jui druggists and grocers throughout the world tn eealed bettlte only—pnue $1.00. Bee that the "Old Ohemlet" trademark la on the label, and laat there la a strap oyer the cork. Befuae eubetltutee and bogus co-called uutly , rur. M>U Whies.y. vff.r.J bs uu,.luH. a-n... WILLIAM D. OWKN. • RUSSIA'S BROTHERHOOD OF BLOOD HAS COST THE EMPIRE 275 LIVES TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ARE HIGH IN COUNCILS OF AN ORGANIZATION THAT PLANS WHOLE SALE ASSASSINATION. Special Correspondence of the News- I paper Enterprise Association. ST. PETERSBURG, April 25.—The' majority of the numerous assassina- l| JOHN J. 7.1 MM Fit. , THE SPOKANE PRESS. I Hons and bomb outrages which are being perpetrated day by day In all parts of Russia are planned and car | rletl out by a secret revolutionary organization known as "THE BROTHERHOOD OF BLOOD." in almost every case in which a victim has been shot or stabbed. It has been ascertained that on the day preceding his assassination he received a for mal sentence of death passed in the name of the Brotherhood of Blood. Although the police have been un able to ascertain the details of the organization or to seize its leaders, they have nevertheless found out that Its activity is a formidable fac tor in Ruaaian domestic politics. Up to date, tin y estimate that the Brotherhood of Blood has been re sponsible for 115 political assassina tions and 53 bomb outrages, which have resulted in an aggregate loss of 275 lives. The founder of this terrorist or ganization is known, not by his fam ily name, but by the appellation of ''Krlvoroteoko," which means "ugly mouth." KrlvorotenkO was born at Yalta in the Crimwi. Ills parents were poor ami Ktivorotenko was sent at an early age to Kieff to be uppren tlced to a merchant there Later, he went to Moscow and maintained him -111 as a student at the university tlmie by giving lessons. He led a STORY OF BORGES AND ÜBERO PLANTATION COMPANY. 1900— Übero started by ex-Secretary of State and former Con gressman Owen of Indiana. 1901— Burgess, or Borges, employed to promote It as fiscal agent. Soon, however, he assumed command, legally or otherwise. 1901— Incorporated'under elastic Maine laws, the $1,000,000 Übero Plantation company, successor to the Indianapolis Übero company; uses names of prominent men as advisory board; sells securities by the bale; hundreds of thousands of dollars roll in. 1902- 3—Buys a Providence trust company; persuades many prominent Bostonians to climb on to h\s\ advisory board. 1904— Übero scheme begins to totter; dividends cease; announce ment that crop failed. 1905 — Stockholders become uneasy; committee sent to Investi gate; "magnificent property" proves to be a dreary, miserable, un healthful and altogether unlovely waste; two "greasers" found ut the property. Interwoven with the affairs of this parent company are two other plantation companies, a coffee and rubber company and a sureties company. Investors stand to lose all they placed in these concerns. So skillfully were they floated that, government officials say, it Is doubtful whether the promoters can be subjected to either civil or criminal action. KARL FEIST, V A VARA KOTIAKIN, life of hungery, misery and privation as a student, and it was at this time that he became infected with revolu tionary sentiments. He went next to St. Petersburg!! where he immediately plunged into the midst of the nihilist agitation. Within a month he was caught and banished to SiberU>. He was repeatedly flogged for trivial of fenses against the prison rules. One day he was ordered to do some work in the residence of the officer commanding the convict settlement, and stole an official seal with which he stamped a false passport. With the help of this false document he reached Irkutsk. In Irkutsk he met a young female political exile named Vuvara Kotia kin, of excellent family, who had been a student at a St. Petersburg uni versity and had been banished to Si beria for participating hi political agitation. Krivorotenko and Vavara Kotiakin were married and with the help of the stolen seal contrived to reach Kurope. At the end of HOI Krtvorotenko ami his wife turned up at Warsaw and founded the Brother hood of Blood. Sir.cc this both Kri vorotenko and his wife have heen actively engaged in perfecting the organization of the brotherhood. Krtvorotenko is now 2S years of aff. He is sliort and ugly. A black wart disfigures his forehead and his mouth is crooked, hence the name bjr which he is known. His natural appearance is so conspicuous that he "KRIVOROTENKO." ' would not he safe from capture un- ! less be disguised himself, and at this lie is extremely skillful. One of Kr i voroten ko'a associates in the leadership of the Brotherhood of Blood, a young man named Stepanoff, was recently arrested by tbe police at Zhitomir. Stepanoff, who was an ox-student if MOSCOW University, pos sess, d nearly all the secrets of the Brotherhood of Blood, ami the police are ROW endeavoring to drag the in formation out of him. His work Is being carried on by bis wife, known as "Bogorodltsa," which is Ruaalan for Madonna. She is a young woman of great bMUty, With large dark blue eyes, of wonderfully fair complexion and long rich golden hair. She boasts that her hair Is long enough to hang herself. If she ever falls Into! the hands of the police. Another of Krivorotonko's assist- i ants, a Pole with the Scottish name | of Alexander Duncan, was also re cently arrested at Warsaw, The po lice found In his possession the de tails of i plan for the assassination of PobJSdonoatSSKi the procurator of the h >ly synod, snd of M. Muravleff, the Russian minister of justice.. Al iiwsi thu only prominent member of [(900 1)1(01? j AWgetablcPrcparationfor As similating the food and rteflula ting the Stomachs andDcmels at Imams f tuumi v — ■ M.i i .in—— Promotes "Dig6sUon,Cheeifui ness and Rest Con bains neither Opiiim.Morphinc nor Mineral. MOT NAHCOTIC. jssjis ofotdUrSAMvamvum JU Jtnna » 1 J(<xA.ll, - I /Smwwiii/"- J HirmSttd- I CtmKixt Stiaar . I VktsyntnFUmr. I A perfect Remedy Tor Constipa tion. Sour Stpmacti.Diarrhoea. Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW "YORK. 1 Alb m'uiilh-*, oltt J3 Dosts - CtS i s EXACT COPT OT WRAPPKR. the Brotherhood of Blood bealdea Krivorotenko nnd his wife, who hits escaped arrest is Karl Feist, a Polish Jew, who supervises the work of tlie organization In the southern prov inces of Russia. He ts known to have arranged the murder of 18 manufac- "COOORODITSA." turers and managers of factories who llltreated their men. The Russian po lice have circulated photographs of Krlvorotenko and of his wife, as well as of "Bogoroditsa." and Karl Feist. They have offered a reward of $23.- --i 000 for information which will lead !to the capture of Krivorotenko. This is Indisputable testimony to the for midable character of the agitation which he carries on. A reward of 110,000 each has been offered for the capture of Vavara Kotiakin. "Bogoro ditsa," and Karl Feist. SURE CUBE FOB PIZ.ES. Itching Pilea produce moisture and cause itching. This form, as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Plies, are cured by Dr. Ho-san-ko's Pile Remedy. Slops itching and bleeding. Absorbs tumors. BOc a jar, at drug gists, or sent by mall. Treatise free. Write me about your case. Dr, Bo sar.ko, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all druggists. "You don't seem to mind the usual spring housecleanlng at your bouse." "I don't. The tirst time my wlf« cleaned house I stayed home from work to help her and now, when she's ready to tear things up, she tells me to go to a hotel so I won't be In the way." CHRONIC BRONCHITIS CUBED. "Cor ten years I bad chronic bron chitis so bad that at times I could not speak above a whisper," writes Mr. Joseph Coffman of Montroorencl Ind. "I tried nil remedies available, but with no success. Fortunately niy employer suggested that I try Foley's Honey and Tar Its effect was almost miraculous, aud I am now cured of the disease. On my recommendation many people have used Foley's Honey nnd 'far. and always with satisfac tion." Sold by Chas. McNab. 402 Riv erside avenue. "Ladles, ladles!" cried the president of tho patriotic society. She rapped loudly with tbe gave] until the tumult ceased. "Remember." she said, "that gentle men may be present." DREADFUL ATTACK OP WHOOP INK COUGH, Mrs. Ellen Harllson of 300 Part avenue, Kansas City, Mo . writes an follows: "Our two children had a severe attack of whooping cough, one Of them In tho paroxysm ot coughing would often faint ami bleed at the nose We tried everything we heard of without getting relief. w« then called In our family doctor, who prescribed Foley's Honey and Tnr. With the very tiist dose they began to Improve and We feel that It has saved their lives." Refuse substi tutes. Sold by Chas. McNab. 403 Riverside avenue. A Bloomtngton, 111., man found s girl's address In s box of candy, wrote to her, and they were married. This should be a warning to women whose husbands buy candy for them. Keel tired, no appetite, can not sleep, work of eat. That's sifting tiredness and will dlsappeav at one« if you take Holllster's Rocky Moun- I . ... m-. .1. 1.. . - | tain Te a thla I mouth. 35 cents j Tea or TubK'ts. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind Yoi Rail Aliays Bought Bears the Signature of . For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THC CIWTOUH CO«M»t. MIWTOHH CITY. IK EINI m ...ML. Has Put Up the .Largest and Best Prize Ever Heard of Being Offered by Any Bowling Alley. The bowler who can not make more than 90 has an equal chance with those who make 200 or more in this contest. It costs you nothing more than the regular price of bowling to enter. Ask the manager for in formation. 421-423 First Avenue Phone Main 1663. KOX.X,ISTEB'S Rock! Mtiinii tci Ninth A Busy Medicine for Busy People- Brings Golden Health and Benewed ▼Igor. A specific for Constipation, Indl festlon. Liver and Kidney Troubles, lmples, Eczema, Impure Blood, Bad Breath, Sluggish Bowels, Headache and Backache. It's Rocky Mountain Tea In tablet form, 35 cente a box. Genuine made by Holllster Drug Company, Madison. Wis. Golden Vnraete fog SaUow People,. • Free Lectures ON Scientific Cookery every afternoon at 2:30 p. m. by Mlsa Anna V. Miller at our salesrooms, 806-SlO Sprague avenue. Miss Miller, who Is instructor of the Boat On School of Cooking, haa been pleasing audiences every after noon Hits wok. The general oplni.fp. of the ladies who have attended haa been that the lectures are among tho most Instructive and interesting they have heard for some time. All Ladies Are Invited to attend. An entirely new and com plete program Is given each day, llrlng a fork and spoon and come to morrow afternoon at i:SO sharp. You'll find it time profitably spent. Spokane Falls Gas Light Co. A snap. A $90 Range for $80. In good condition for wood, coul or gas. Sam Crow 225-. ■ lUverside. Phone M. MM, Wed leal Lake Kit rant, tuenufac tured by the Medical LaJu Salta Mr*. Co.. la the beat reaaedy far rheuma tlsm there la In tha market It haa been used in thla section far yean and we can furnish many t*etl> monlals. Electric Bath Salta for the ball and for the hair are the beat thing*, that can be uaead for that purpose, For sale by all druggtate. Manu< factured by Medical Lake) Balti Mfg. Co. All around you, all th* time, k'roae "want" ads are causing things to happen. 1 In Use