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niDAT, APRIL 28, 1905.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. John P. Jadson. lawyer, office fourth floor Hyde Mock, rooms 403-4. so-(* O. K. Gllluly, att£ rney-at-law. Bpe elal attention glvea to damage and Corporation law. Rainier Grand hotel. SPECIALISTS. mjt. uoja i electric coll: best Known treatment for rheumatism and dis eases of women. Granite block. ««-0 rUBI. OEALEBB. Standard Fuel ft lea Co.. S4Ol front. TaL 6VB. Carbonado. Rook Springs and Summit soaK Mart is Dolan, manager. ■aoovs HAirs goods. Highest price patd for second hand furniture. TeU M. 803. 214 River- Bide. to-» MUSICAL. Roomer's orchestra and Inland Em l*lre band. Latest and most popular music played for all occasions. In struction. Violin and cornet. Of- Bee and studio. Riverside hall. WIS Riverside aye. Phone Main 3399. 74-*3 COLLECTION AGENCIES. Abbott Collection Co. Phone 1*47. Office 603 Fernwell. Prompt atten tion. BS-7 DTE IMG AND CLEANING WORKS. Parisian Dyeing A Cleaning Works. BIOS Howard street. Tel. M. 21(7. L. A. Lehmann. prop. Best house la northwest No solicitors. Dre.ie plattlngs factory In connection. 28S-S PAWN BROKERS. If you want a loan, go to P. Beck fOrd, 8.1 S Main avenue. • VABXriO TRAJfSX-EB CO. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. Tel S3* I3»-S HORSESHOEING. Chas. Staley, 219 Pacific Aye. South of N. P. deport. . 128-26. CLOTHES CLEANERS. Tbe steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean and press your suit for 60c or your trousers for lBc; only S to 16 minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. C2O Second avenue. Phono 12r,2. FOB SALE. House, three rooms, new, nice lot, two blocks from car, 1450, Half cash, balance monthly. House, four rooms, new, good lot, gjOOd view; cash; J350. House, two rooms, two lots and B0 chickens, all for (480, House, two rooms, large lot, east of Hlllyard shops, litb, Northern Investment Co., 130 Riverside Avenue. Phono 12:12. We have sold in Minnehaha addi tion and Northeast addition to Ross Park 107 lots. We have three nice lots lefl at $110 each; $5 cash and S. r > a month. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside Avenue. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. Annunciator stock is closing out fast. If you are looking for n good In vestment, do not fall to secure some of this stock. B. © Tousley Co., 2« Bleajer. A SNAP BY THE OWNEB. ror a iiargain can at 2522 West Broadway and look at a live-room Modern cottage, finest nttio boms la City, fine lawn and roses, street traded, cement walks, city newer; sin.ill cash payment nnd easy terms. Llehty A Co., 64 Jatnlcson Block, Tel. 1298. FURNISHED BOOMS. Newly furnished rooms for trans lent or permanent; free hatha and beat. Tel. M 4317. 42S Third ave nue. 60-8* HOUSEKEEPING; BOOMS, Unfurnished rooms for light house keeping. 109 Tine street. Two furnished or unfurnished rooms, close In, for rent. Call at PR First avenue. SITUATION WANTED. Japanese boys furnished for cooks In hotels, family nnd every kind of work. Tel. 2249. 423 Front aye. 139-20 Wanted —Ladles and gentlemen to travel on salary, $K> to $21 a week and expenses, ur work at home, $10 a month or $900 a year; steady Job. Inquire ttl Washington street. 144-4 WORKMEN, BOTIOB. Wanted —Workingmen to remember that the strike In the lumber mills St HOPS, Idaho, is still on. 130-26 TOa SALE —MISCELLANEOUS. For Stilo -Fine young fruit trees. KISOD Sixth avenue. 147-10 ORGANS James Palno, organ builder. Tuning nnd repairing. P. O. Uox 1278. 113—26. BOOriNO AND KSPAIBIBO. Tin, copper, sheet Iron, stove and furnsco work. Hairy supplies. C Teshnk v Co., 0624 Monroe at. V 4-26 MOWEY TO LOAN. Loans on furniture, pianos, horses, Stc; private; no delay. A A. Har nett 625.fi The nooker*. 15-T Loans on long or short time. Denlel Bros., 537 Hyde block. «t-0 Money to loan on real estate, Se curity mortgages bought, J. W. Mor rison A Co., 2 ami < Bhtrwjod block- Clothes cleaned, pressed, dyed at 3 Lincoln; goods called for and deliv ered. Tel. M. 1328. A. Blusson. BjjtßEs nor. The Leroy barber shop removed from 610 Main to basement 420 Main, Michigan block. First class haircut, 25c; shave, 10c; bath, 16c. Eight bathrooms, hot and cold ahower bath. »4-« WORKIN OMAN'S HOME. Free employment bureau. Beds and bath, 10 cents. 12 Main ave nue. 148-26 NEW ENGLAND BASEBALL LEAGUE BOSTON, Mass., April 28.—The England baseball league starts its season todny with Manchester, play ing at Nat ■ Bedford, Lynn at Hover hill, Lowell at Nashua, and Concord at Fall River. The season will con tinue ninteen weeks, closing Sept. 9. What's the use of being kind to John W. Gates? He's not so rich as he was a few weeks ago. Jewelry Auction 504 MAIN ST. Free Lectures ON Scientific Cookery _ — j every afternoon at 2:30 p. m. by Miss Anna V. Miller at our salesrooms, SO6-SlO Sprague avenue. Miss Miller, who Is instructor of the Boston School of Conking, has bean pleasing audiences every after noon this week. The general opiniigi of the ladles who have attended has been that the lectures are among the most instructive and interesting they have heard for some time. All Ladies Are Invited tu attend. An entirely new nnd com plete program is given each day. Bring a fork and spoon nnd come to morrow afternoon at 2:30 sharp. You'll find it time profitably spent. Spokane Falls Gas Light Co. si 1 NQUff WMm Y®m ©any (!c and 7c fancy dress lawns in light shades to morrow *\l yard O2C FIFTY READY-TO-WEAR NOBBY RED TURBANS, CHIFFONS, BRAIDS AND HORSEHAIR COMBINATIONS VALUE f O QO $6.50, $7.75 AND $8.00. TOMORROW *P«J.jQ $1.00 Ladies' Night Robes Made of fine muslin . . . / V nock trimmed with three inch bom stitched rufllo; yoke tucked and embroid ory insertion trimmed. 75c Men's Summer Shirts AQ r or Drawers r Exceptional value. See our window display of colors and styles. 25c and 35c Misses' and Children's Hose JLwKJC With linen knee, double heel and toe, absolutely fast color, fine and medium ribbed. 35c Ladies' Umbrella OQ Drawers « /C With six inch rufllo. tucked and edged with two inch torchon lace. FOUND DESERT OCEAN; BIGGEST DISCOVERY IN QUARTER CENTURY Prof. Agassiz Leading American Scientist, Locates a Dead Area of Millions of Square Miles in the Pacific During Long Cruisa in United States Steamship Albatross NO LIVING THING, VEGETABLE OR ANIMAL, EXISTS AND SCIENTISTS' THEORIES ARE OVERTURNED—NEW THEORY AS RESULT OP DISCOV ERY IS THAT LIFE EMANATES FROM THE CONTINENTS—THE DESERT OCEAN HAS ONE QUEER DESERT ISLAND—STORY OF THE DISCOVERY AND THE CRUISE OF THE ALBATROSS. MAP OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN. THE SHADED AREA SHOWS ROUGHLY THE LOCATION OF THE DESERT OCEAN DISCOVERED BY PROFESSOR AGASSIZ. THE SCALE OF THIS MAP IS ABOUT 1&00 MILES TO THE LINE INCH. By Gilson Gardner. Staff Special to the Newspaper Enter prise Association. (Copyright, IHOS, by tlte Newspaper Enterprise Association.) WASHINGTON, April 2 B.—The dis covery of an ocean desert, a vast sub marine Saliara, destitute of every vestige of plant or animal life, and covering millions of square miles of the bed of the Pacific, is the aston ishing news brought back by Profess or Alex. Agassiz, just returned from a six months' cruise in the govern ment deep sea sounding boat Alba tross. The story of his find was carefully guarded by Professor Agassiz until he could make his official report to the National Academy of Sciences, of which he is president. This he has just done, nnd, In addition, has given the Newspaper Enterprise Associa tion some Interesting facts about the desert ocean and the to be famous cruise of the IT. S. S. Albatross. The facts brought to light In these explorations have awakened great In terest among those scientists who have been let Into the secret by Pro fessor Agassis, nnd it is predicted thai they will have a very important healing on all questions relating to deep sea life. Scientists who have read the re port say thai the discovery is the most important made In 20 years and is only outranked in a half century by some polar work and Henry M. Stanley's African explorations. They assert that It will probably Sale of Tomorrow wo place on sale eighty model hats—new ar rivals that we purchased at one-half price—you get them al the same. Large Dress Hats; Fancy Lace Cordays; Smart Tur bans; Stylish Polo Turbans and Hundreds of Other Styles. $8.00, $10.00 and $12.00 Values on Sale *T 4 QO Tomorrow sJrfwO Extra Special Ladies' Trimmed Hats $2.50 Lace Curtains <T»| ACS Full 31-2 yds. long . H>*- 4 T J Part of delayed shipment intended for our last. sale. Close them out at one half pries. $1.50 Men's Light Weight go Wool Sweaters /OC All colors with large assortment of stripe combinations. 72-inch Brass Extension A .C\ Curtain Poles T/C With fancy ends. Price these at furni ture houses and you'll he asked $1.(M) for them. 75c Madrid SilK Mesh tfo Waisting DVC The waist, and yoke fad, only in black, or white, impossible to get colors, owing to big demand. overturn all present notions as to; deep sea life. Already it has caused the advance ment of a new theory. This theory is that all life ema nates from the continents. The ocean desert charted by Agas siz may be roughly described as ly ing beneath the waters of the south ern PactflO. almost directly west of the continent of South America, and, beginning about COO miles west of that continent. It covers an area approximating 2,000,000 square miles, extending somewhat north of the equator, and south of the twentieth parallel of latitude, including that most lonesome bit of the earth's sur face, Easter Island; it sweeps west almost to the Promotes islands 10 the lower archipelago group, and swings north again, and has been sur veyed and sounded on a line running northeast to the Oalapagos Islands. The peculiar and unexpected thing about tills ocean desert is the fact that it Is shallow water; that is, it Is shallow when compared to the Im mense depth of the rest of the ocean's floor. It is, in reality, an immense vol canic plateua. That it is volcanic is Shown conclusively by the fact that the dredglngs are aJ bits of manga nese rock, volcanic lava, worn per fectly round, by the action of the water. Day after day the dredging appar atus of the Albatross brought up bushels of cannon balls, as they ap peared; and then they would vary in Apron check ging hams, "A inos keag"the very host made C yard I THE SPOKA2& PRESS. size until they resembled potatoes, finally dwindling to peas. The aver age depth was 200 fathoms, or 12,000 feel —a little over two miles. There are parts of the ocean which have been sounded to 4000 fathoms; so it is apparent that tills is not to be regarded as low bottom. This five mile depth is, found Immediately off tire coast of South America at the font of the coast mountain peaks which are the highest. fl'he ocean plateu of which Pro ftsssor Agassiz brings back an ac count he found to be almost as level a.*a billiard board. The daily sound ings showed hardly 200 fathoms vari ation in 2000 miles, from the depth oj 2000 fathoms. On this vast plain not a vestige of-plant or animal life is to be found. Tne bottom was explored for life In vain, and even the surface life which generally teems In almost incredible abundance was absent. The trawls and nets came up empty. Over all this great plateu is prac tically dead water. On Jthe eastern edge of this plateau, off the coast of the northern part of South America, and not far from the Oalapagos islands. Professor Agassiz found teeming animal life. And the strangely mingled character of it was at lirst puzzling, until it was found that It was borne in the Humboldt current from the cold regions of the Antarctic ocenn, min gling with the tropic life of that lo cality. It was necessary. In plotting the ocean desert, to trace and make al lowances for this and one or two other currents bearing forms of life in the surface waters. Hut when the Albatross had proceeded about 600 mill's from the western const of South America lliis current was lost, and the waters over the volcanic plateau were found to be destitute of all animal anal vegetable life. It should he stated that In all other puts of the ocean bed the bottaam is found covered with various forms of ooze. This is mud. and great quantities of decaying plant and ani mal forma, which have nourished In the regions near the surface, within Hie range of light, and then dying, have gone to this general ocean "grave yard " As the depth Increases the water becomes greatly colder, dropping as much as 30 degrees in 200 fathoms, SO that the bottom water Is like a dark refrigerator, in which Ixidies of animals and plants are pre served for great lengths of time. Professor Agassiz Is of opinion that there Is little or no life on the floor of the deep ocean, and that the forms brought up by Investigators have bean the dead and dying, which have peHshed and started to their graves Briefly the explorer attributes the absence of life In the dead ocean to the fact that there are absolutely no currents In the area. But why the currents are absent Is something that Is as yet unexplainable, Easter island. 2200 miles from the .OallapagOS Islands, in a line south- Weal from them, and isoo miles dis tant from the nearest lan<l. Manga rnva Islarul to the northwest, Is a pin and Incident in this deep sea difvert. It is the most Isolated known bit of the earth's surface, being so cut off from the World that it never has acquired other forms of punt nr« than a few crude grasses. It has no wood, no shrubs; no An wears or vege tables ; only coral, and It is regariled as a mystery whence this came. Heart disease never grows better of itself. Unleßa something is done to assist Its recovery. It will surely lead to death, through some chronic disorder which it has Induced, or by sudden heart failure. The very best reatorattve known Is l>r. Miles' Heart Cure, which strengthens the heart Piuaclea and nerves. If first bottle fails to benefit, money back. The two main topics of street talk today are the show of list evening uud the wattle supper. Doth are re ceiving many compliments. -Mont peiler (Ind.) Herald CAN'T at lp rrsF.i.r NOTABLE SPEAKERS HEARD (Sorfpps News Association.) COLUMBIA, S. C, April 28.— Though this was the third nnd last dny for the Conference for Education In the Soutli there was as much in terest manifested In the proceedings as on the opening day. The disposal of unfinished business occupied the early hours of the forenoon session. After this routine business had been disposed of, President John W. Aber crombie of the Pnlversity of Alabama addressed the conference on the sub ject of school supervision. President Abercmble was followed by Col. L. O. A. Gordon, of Savannah, who took as his subject. "Public Order and Public Schools." This afternoon there were several side conferences and also a number of features of social entertainment. No general meeting wag held. At the concluding session tonight the chief speakers are to be Hon. Edwin M. Bhephard of Brooklyn, Congressman John W, Smnll of North Carolina, and Ernest Hamlin Abbott of New York City. VANDERBILT BENEFIT ABHEVILLE, N. C, April 28.— Oeorge W. Vanderbllt's Biltmore House, well known to bo one of the finest private residences in America, la to be opened to the public this evening for the first time. The oc aslon will be a concert to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt in aid of charity. The program gill be given by the Pittsburg orchestra, Mr. Emll Paur, conductor, and Mme. Oadakl, soloist. Preparations for the affair have been in progress for more than a month. Mr. Vanderbilt has had con structed twenty omnibuses to carry the guests from the station to the mansion. From Ashevllle many per son* will go to Biltmore by special trolley cars. Altogether It Is ex pected there will be between sever, and eight hundred guests, including several parties from New York and other cities. COLLEGE CHURCH SOCIETIES MEET PRINCETON, N. J., April 28.— The third annual conference of college church societies b*gan today under the auspices of St. Paul's Society of Princeton University, and will con tlnue through the remainder of the week. Delegates are present from Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Cornell and a number of other leading universi ties and colleges of the Eeastern States. SULLIVAN VS. LEWIS BALTIMORE, Md., April 18.— "Kid" Sullivan, of Washington, D. C, and Harry Lewis, of Philadelphia, are to furnish the principal bout at tonight's show of the Eureka Athletic club. The agreement calls for a fif teen-round bout at 130 pounds, weight in at 3 o'clock. Both men are well up in the featherweight division, fast and rugged lighters, and capable of putting up a lively tight. Good News Attractive Bargains for Friday a-id Saturday at Jeannot Bros. 0722 and 0724 Monroe Street. Fine bananas, dozen 20c II 25 apples, box 75c Very good apples, box 50c i Hest asparagus, pound 12c Five pound pial lard 50c 10 pound pall lard $1.00 Fifty pounds XXXX Velvet flour . $1.35 Fifty pounds Velvet Hour $1.25 When you want tho best flour use J Six pounds fancy rice 29c 1 Best Dakota creamery butter 30c drape Nuts, package 12c Witch hazel toilet soap, three cakes in a box 12c Cashmere Bouquet, ;'.7>c cako 20c Cashmere Bouquet, ICe cake 15c Hest 11.00 perfumery, ounce 89c Hest 7T>e perfumery, ounce. ...... 50c Best 65c perfumery, ounce 40c A Good Java coffer, pound 20c A good blended coffee, pound 15c A leader, our prime Java arid Ifoeba 25c Nii c prunes, six pounds for 29c 7.V boys' suits, up to 17 $2.00 7.">0 neckwear, new 45c !>ig line of new hoKlery. Best 75c linoleum for 55c BUT PKIVF. ON PICTURES. Wall Paper and Paint Sale I text 12 paint, gallon $1.65 Be>l n 7"> paint, gallon $1.40 Calsotn, rive pound packages 40c Calsom, In hulk, pound 7o The finest ami boat wall llnlsli ever sold In Spokane. Two hundred styles of up to date wall paper from 4c roll. Ingrain, holt 38c Tile piper, holt 40c Room molding, foot 3o Room molding, up to xc 4c Window shades 30c, 35c and 48c Hest Queen olive at 30c pint. 39c quart, 65c half gallon, or $1 .as per gallon. Ten pound sack rolled oafs 29c Hest California hams 100 Hest 1$ and ii pound haata...... 14c flood bacon, pound, from 10c Si\ pound package Malta Ceres 29c Six pound package Malt 00 I- I> k aJo Ranch am dozen 30c Hest almond nuts, pound 150 The above prices are for Friday and Saturday at JFANNOf BROS. 0722 an.l 072 1 Mann- Street. Baptist Minister Cured of Consumption Rev. H. 6. 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I have lost one daughter with consumption, and I believe that had she had Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey she would have been alive today. I trust that I can be of service to others by recommending your great medicine to them before it is too late.—REV. H. G. REED, Daptist Minister and Editor Sunday School Lesson, Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Consumption seldom attacks until the system Is run down and weakened by sickness, overwork, worry, exposure or Inherited tendencies. Duffy'* Pure Malt Whiskey is the greatest strengthener and health builder known to medicine. It not only checks the ravuges of the disease Itself, but replace* the weakened, destroyed tissues; helps the stomach to more perfectly digest nnd assimilate food in order that more, richer and purer blood will come from it; and regulate* and governs the heart's action, so that the circulation will be strong and powerful, carrying health and rigor to every organ and part of the human body. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is absolutely pure and free from fusel oil— the only whiskey recognized by the government as a medicine. It has been prescribed by doctors of all school* and sold by reliable druggists and gro cers everywhere for over 50 years. 11.00 a bottle. Every testimonial is pub lished In good faith and guaranteed. Medical booklet free. OAUTXOX—Be awe yon get the genuine Duffy's Pure Matt Whiskey, manufactured by Daffy Malt Whiskey Co., Bocbester, W. T., and put up in sealed bottles, with the "Old Chemist" trade-mark on the label. Beware tbe many substitutes and imitation* offered by unscrupulous deaden, bersnae of the extra profit. They not only will not cure, but are positively daageaoos. SA Lukes APRICOT BRANDY CORDIAL $1 Full Quart 50c Full Pint 25c Half Pint lO a Drinh DUR.KIN EXTRA Mill and Sprague