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MONDAY, MAY 1, I*oß.
ATTOBNEYS-AT-I.AW. John P. Judson, lawyer, office fourth floor Hyde block, rooms m-4. to-6' SPECIALISTS. Dr. Boyd's electric colt; be«t known treatment for rheumatism ap.d dis eases of women. Granite block. 66-0 nU OEALBB3. Standard F'ual & Ice Co., 8401 Wont Tel. (95. Carbonado, Rook Springs and Hummlt coal. Martin Dolan. manager. SECOND HANS GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. 303. 214 River side. 80-9 MUSICAL. Reemer'a orchestra and Inland Em pire band. Latest and most popular music played for all occasions. In struction. Violin and cornet. Of fice and studio. Riverside hall, WIS Riverside aye. Phone Main 3999. 74-*3 OOLLIOTIOB AGENCIES. Abbott Collection Co. Phone 1947. Office 60S Fernwell. Prompt atten tion. 65-? DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS. Parisian Dyeing A Cleaning Works. SlO6 Howard street. Tel. M. 2157. L. A. Lehmann. prop. Best house In northwest. No solicitors. Dress plaltlngs factory In connection. 286-0 FAWN BBOXEBS. If you want a loan, go to P. Bick ford, 33S Main avenue. • PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. Tel. I*9 250-i HORSESHOEING. Chns. Rtaley, 219 Pacific Aye. South of N. P. deport. 128-26. , ass —as— ■ aw —eßMoßnaaaojejji CLOTHES CLEANERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean nnd press your suit for EOe or your trousers for 16c; only 6 to 15 minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. C2O Second avenuo. Phone 2252. FOB SALE. House, three rooms, new, nice lot, two blocks from car, )450, Half cash, balance monthly. House, four rooms, new, good lot, good view; cash; $350. House, two rooms, two lots and 60 chickens, all for 1450. House, two rooms, large lot, east of llil,y*£d shops, $275. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside Avenue. Phone 1232. We have sold In Minnehaha addi tion and Northeast addition to Ross Park 167 lots. We have three nice lots left at $110 each; $5 cash nnd $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 fail to secure some of tliis stock. E. C. Tousley Co., 26 Zlegler. For Sah —By owner, lots on the North Side, in the mile circle, from $125 lo $200; small payment down and $10 monthly. Inquire evening at 10212 Third avenue. 149-11 A SNAP BY THE OWNER. For a bargain call at 2522 West Broadway and look nt n five-room modern cottage, finest little home in clly; tine lawn and roses, street graded, cement walks, city sewer; small cash payment and easy terms. Ltohty & Co., 64 Janilcson Block. Tel. 1298. FURNISHED BOOMS. Newly furnished rooms for trans lent or permanent; free baths and beat. Tai M 4347. 423 Third ave nue. 60-6* HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS. Unfurnished rooms for light house keeping. 109 Pine street. Two furnished or unfurnished rooms, close In, for rent. Call nt K5 First avenue. SITUATION WANTED. Japanese boys furnished for cooks In hotels, family nnd every kind of work. Tel. 2240. 423 Front nve. 139-26 WOBBMEB, NOTICE. Wanted—Worklngmen to remember that the strike in the lumber mills at Hope, Idaho, Is still on. 130-26 rOB SALE - MISCELLANEOUS. For Kale -Finn young fruit trees. ■ ISOS Sixth avenue. 147-10 ■COBBY TO LOAM. Loans on furniture, pianos, horses, etc.; private!} delay. A. A. Bar ■ett 626-6 The Hook. rv. 66-1 Loans on long or short time. Daniel Broe., 62T Hyde block. 68-0 Money to lonn on real estate. Se curity mortgages bought. J. W. Mor rison A Co., S and 4 Sherwood block. TAIX.OBUSQ. Clothes cleaned, pressed, dyed at S Lincoln; goods called for and deliv ered. Tel. M. IS2S. A. Blusson. BARBER SHOP. Ths Leroy barber shop removed from 810 Msln to basement 430 Main, Michigan block. First class haircut, SKo; shave, 10c: bath. ISc Eight bathrooms, hot and cold shower bath. 14-. ROOFING AND REPAIRING. Tin, copper, sheet Iron, stove and furnacj work. Dairy supplies. C. Peshak & Co., Q624 Monroe st. 5.4-26 WOKKINGMAN'S HOME. Free employment bureau. Ueds and bath, 10 cents. 42 Main ave nue. 148-26 FOB SALE. Small grocery and confectionery; good cash trade; Ice cream and drink trade just started; four nice living rooms In connection; rent reasonable. Sickness cause for selling. Corner Indiana and Washington. 149-3 STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice Im hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Paragon Mining & Development company will be held at the office of the company, room 614, Second ave nue, in the city nnd county of Spo kane, state of Washington, upon the 6th day or May, A. D. 1005, at the hour of 7 o'clock In the evening of said day, for the purpose of electing trustees and for the transaction of SUCII other business as may be brought before said meeting. JOHN A. WILSON. Secretary of The Paragon Mining and Development Company. Jewelry Auction 504 MAIN ST. COOKING BY GAS is less expensive than the Old fashioned fuel way, because you only pay for the actual amount of blue flame used. There Is no anticipating and tiring needed to bring the heat of the fire up to a certain degree—just turn the gas on as much ns desired and you have your lire instantaneously. That is easy enough, and your kitchen is never overheated. Let us show you the Reliance range—the most economical gas range on the market. Spokane Falls Gas Light Co. 806-810 Sprague Aye. Good News Attractive Bargains Jeannot Bros. •F 0732 and 0734 Monroe Street. Fine bananas, dozen 90c $1 25 apples, box 75c Very good applea, box 500 Best asparagus, pound 12c Five pound plal lard 50c 10 pound pall lard $1.00 Fifty pounds XXXX Velvet H0ur.51.35 Fifty pounds Velvet flour $1.35 When you want the best flour use XXXX Velvet. Six pounds fancy rice 29c Best Dakota creamery butter 30c Qrape Nuts, package 12c Witch hazel toilet soap, three cukes In a bo* 12c Cashmere Bouquet, 35c cake 20c Cashmere Bouquet, 250 cake 15c Peel $1.00 perfumery, ounce 69c Beat Tso perfumery, ounce 500 Itest GSc perfumery, ounce 40c A Good Java coffee, pound 20c A Rood blended coffee, pound 15c A leader, our prime Java and Mocha 25c Nice prunes, six pound* for 29c "Tic boys' suits, up to $7 $2.00 7, r ic neckwear, new 45c Big line of new hosiery. Hest 7. r >c linoleum for 55c Bid DRIVE ON PICTURES, Wall Paper and Paint Sale Host $2 paint, gallon $1.65 Bent $1.75 paint, gallon $1.40 Calsom. five pound packages 40c Calaom, I" bulk, pound 7c The flneat and best w ill finish ever ■Old In Spokane. Two hundred styles of up to date wall paper from 4o roll. Ingrain, bolt 38c Tile paper, holt 40c Room molding, foot .2o Room molding, up to Hi; 4c Window shades 30c, 30c and 480 Rest Queen olive at 80c pint, 35c quart, 650 half gallon, or $1.25 per gallon. Ten pound Back rolled oata 29c Pest California hums 10c Beat 12 and 14 pound hams 14c flood bacon, pound, from 100 Six pound package Malta Ceres. . 29c Six pound package Maltoo Klakrs.29o Ranch eggs, doaen 20c Rest almond nuts, pound 15c The above prices are for Friday und Saturday nt JFANNOT BROS. 0722 and 0724 Monroe Street. Medical Lake Extract, manufac tured by the Medical Lake Salts Mfg. Co., Is ths best remedy for rheuma tism there Is In the market. It has been used In Uits saotlon for yean and we can furnish many tenth mentals, Electric Bath Salta for the ball and for the hair are the best thlngi that can be usesd for that purpose For sale by all druggtets. Menu* faotured by Medloal Lake Haiti Mfg. Co. You ran nnd n nmn to saw wood i( you UMI a i'rn. a want ad. SWELLS ON FOOT IN CENTRAL PARK They ride to church, as a rule, but on Sundays they walk home through the iKirk. The pictures here shown are snap shots taken on Sunday morning in Central park. Figure 1 shows an elegant mourn ing costume of black oloth and crepe. The coat is made with revers with out a vest, and is worn over a black bodice, trimmed with straps finished witli crepe covered buttons. The coat is Jecket length, fitting snugly at the waist and reaching just over the hips, but not below them. The skirt is tintrlmmed with the exception of pipings of crepe set into the material about a foot from the bottom of the garment. The bonnet, worn with a thin crepe-edged chiffon veil over the CALEB POWERS AQAiH Oil TRIAL LOR WETS DEATH GEORGETOWN, Ky., May I.—The celebrated case of Caleb Cowers, for mer secretary of stab' of Kentucky and thrice sentenced to death for the murder of Governor Goebel, came up for hearing in the district court here today and the fourth trial will pvo ceed without delay. The present trial promises to be even more interest inn than Its predecessors. Former Gov ernor Black of New York, recognised as one of the foremost criminal law yers of America, has been retained to conduct the defense and he will be assisted by former Governor Yates of Illinois and several other attor neys of prominence. William Goebel was shot on Decem ber so, 1900, as he was approaching the state house, In Frankfort, a few hours before arguments were to be gin on his contest for the governor ship of tlte state. Ten persons were arrested for his murder, including some of the most prominent republi cans In the state. Ex-Governor Tay lor, who was suspected of being a party to the plot, lied the state, and has ever since remained a fugitive from justice. Another suspect was Sergeant n. Wharton Oolden of the state militia, Who confessed, Impli cating Caleb Cowers, republican sec retary of state; Captain John Davis, W. 11. Culton nnd Harland Whittaker It was Golden who finally lmplleat'V James Howard, who was indicted It, April. 1901, along with "Tallow Dick" Coombs, Whittaker, Berry Howard, Powcra, Culton, Charles B. Flnley and Golden Powers was the first one tried. and was sentenced to life Imprison meat, but he obtained a new trial on the ground that the Jury was unfair. Alter being again convicted he was granted another trial, and in Decern her, 1002, he made a public appeal for METHOD BY WHICH FARMERS' INCOME WAS INCREASED FROM $300 TO $4500 A farmer In Adams county, Penn sylvania, bought a run-down 70-acre farm, 11 years ago. Tills farm then furnished feed for two horses and six cows. The uverage annual in come amounted to less than $300, supporting in a very common sort of way Its owner and family. Today this farm maintains 40 head of cows and enough horses to do the farm work. l.nst year the Kales from It reached nearly $4 500. The change hits been brought about by Intelligent farming, in which soil I hk, that Is, keeping anlKiall in stable* instead of pastures and feed ing green crops to them, lias been one of the leading principles. The first crop sown on this farm In the spring, for soiling purposes, Is oats and peas, which are sown as early as possible. Kcmcmber these are not the southern cow peas, but the northern Held pea, a plant very similar to the garden peas. One bushel of peas and one and a half bushels of oats per acre are mixed together and put In with a grain drill, or sometimes the peas are sown alone, covered with a disc, then the oats are sown and harrowed In. This crop Is ready to cut off for feed In 10 weeks after sowing and yields a large umount of valuuhle feed for the dally cows. Two sowings are made of oats and peas, one as etrly as possible, and the next two weeks later. face, Is of crepe, with yards of crepe In the fall at the back. The veil Is held by the left arm to keep in from blowing. A heavy band of crepe fin ishes tlie end of the veil. Figure 2 shows a blue silk taffeta silk suit, worn with a white chiffon hat trimmed with roses, and a mag nificent ostrich feather boa. The manner of carrying the umbrella shows the most approved method. Figure 3 shows a handsome church suit of purple chiffon broadcloth, with a little ornamental lace on the i shoulders and gold bronze buttons i set with jewels used as fasteners for : the coat and belt. The coat and skirt • both have purple velvet trimming. I The chatelaine purse shows a revival of this most convenient purse. The funds to carry on the third trial, which resulted In his conviction and sentence to death. Janus B. Howard was found guilty in September, 1900, and sentenced to death. He received two new trials, and the third time was sentenced to life Imprisonment. Henry Youtsey, another of those implicated In the plot, was given a life sentence. Just before the shooting of Goebel \V. S. Taylor had been elected gov ernor of Kentucky, but Goebel enter ed a protest, and the state legislature, which, under the Goebel law, was the proper body to decide tlie matter, declared In his favor. Thousands flocked to the scene of the shooting. Friends of the mur dered man did not hesitate to impli cate Governor Taylor In the shoot lug. For days before Goebel was shot Frankfort had been filling up with men from the mountains. Fear ing bloodshed, the governor called out the state militia, an act which further Inflamed the anger of his enemies. Frequent attempts were made by the democratic members of the legis lature to meet and declare Goebel elected, but Governor Taylor frus trated each move. Finally they went to Louisville and held a secret meet ings, making Ooebel the chief ex ecutlve and J. W. C, Beckham the lieutenant governor. After Goobel's death Beckham succeeded to his claim, which was finally upheld by the United States supreme court. Caleb Powerß, whose fourth trial is now on, is about 86 years old. He was born on a farm in Knox county and was educated In the county schools, lie was elected secretary of state by the republicans, and It was from his Office that Uoebel was shot. Then are planted cow peas and sorghum, or cow peas and kaftir corn, as a rule about May 15. These plants love warm weather, the hotter the better for them, and are great drouth resistant*. They are planted In rows 30 Inches apart, using about three pecks of cow peas and two pecks of sorghum, or kafftr corn, mixed together, per acre. This crop Is ready to feed about August 1 and grows on till frost comes. It yields 10 to tons of green feed per acre, and Vrhen cured, three to live tons of excellent hay. Aa soon as frost has spoiled grow ing crops, the silo Is opened and corn silage is Hie main feed till fall sown rye Is large enough to mow off the following spring. Dairy cows are never turned on pasture on this farm, but are kept In sanitary lots ami stables. All ma nure Is hauled out as fast as made and spread upon the land. Hemark ubly large crops of hay and grain are produced and the soli Is becom ing more fertile every year. "Hot attack Knox has made on that trust." "You bet It Is." "That second suit must have drawn blood." "That's not his game, He's trying to draw water." ■THE SPOKANE PRESS. hat was of fluffy, soft straw, shaded from a light purple to a dark shade exactly matching the color of the gown. The flowers were lavender poppies of the same coloring. Figure 4 shows a suit of fawn colored English cloth, with a vest of brocade in white and gold with touches of blue. The Eton jacket only partially covered a handsome white bodice embroidered with gold and blue and elaborately trimmed with lace. The skirt was in tiny tucks about the hips, from which it fell straight without trimming. With the suit was worn a hat made of white braid run with gold thread and trim med with a white plume. The only dark note in this Stunning suit was found In the tiny cuffs and collar, I which were of old blue. MINNESOTA STARTS AGAIN BRATTLE, May I.—ln order that, if possible, the Minnesota may be able to get away for the orient today, the date originally set for her sail ing, gangs of longshoremen have been working night and day on the huge vessel, and carload after carload of freight Is being stowed away In her hold. It is considered probable that the mammoth carrier will sail with every inch of her space filled this trip, al though the task of getting all the cargo awaiting shipment on her (ibourd in time for the desired sailing ,1s ojne of great magnitude. It was stated yesterday at the up town office of the Great Northern Steamship company that the work of loading would he carried on until the last minute, and that if necessary .the ship's clearing papers would not be filed at the customs house until early Sunday morning. A considerable number of passages have been booked aboard the Minne sota, nnd It is probable that she will sail with a good-sized passenger list. Among her passengers will be several !whd came from the orient on her last voyage over. AFTER SICKNESS the heart Is almost sure to be left in a weakened condition, ami should be treated with Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, a remedy that will rebuild and Invigorate the heart nerves, and en able it to offer assistance to the con valescent organs, by furnishing an abundant supply of pure blood to nourish them. Money back if tirst bottle falls to benefit. ALASKA ROMANCE OMAHA, Neb., May I.—The mar riage of Joseph Ledbetter Of Juneau, Alaska, to Miss Nora Miller, daugh ter .>f Councilman Frank Miller of Nebraska City, today was the cul mination of a romance which started two years ago in Alaska. Miss Miller was at that time on a visit to a wealthy uncle, a hanker of Juneau, and one day. while out driving with her cousin, the team took fright and ran away. The horses were caught us they were dashing headlong for a high bluff by Ledbetter, who was passing on horseback. Ledbetter was Invited to visit the banker's house, ami met Miss Miller, and last year visited her at her pa rents' home, when his propoaal of marriage was accepted. I.c.(better has become comparatively wealthy within the past year or two Hutld up your nervous system, re move the poison from the blood, and restore perfect blood circulation witli Dr. Miles' Nervine, and you will find the cause removed, vottr rheumatism gone, and your entire nervous sys tem vigorous and healthy Sold with a guarantee that Rral bottle will bene fit, or your money back. BETTING WITH YOUR FINGER ■An edict has Just gone forth on the eastern tricks that will affect (betting to the extent that from now on the privilege of "betting with your linger" will he stopped I iThe prominent sporting men, of course, will still have this favor shown them, hut the list of those Will be materially shortened and cur tailed. It all came about through Terry race meet of the Metropolitan circuit a lew days ago Terry has been In the habit of making linger and verbal RHEUMATISM wagers, but on thin occasion the former Idol of the little fellows got an awful hump. Terry believed that he had registered a bet on Toi San, which galloped home by a good lead at heavy odds. When Terry went to cash in. he'/ound that the wager had not tjeen recorded. Terry was sore, and as a result', the Metropolitan members, have- shut, down and will not .take .any ■ niorfc "lingers" or "mouth" wagora from these of the pugilistic clan, "Young Corhett" be ing especially Included for the Indian mark. Terry's experience recalls a simi lar one a well known pugilist, Con McVay by name, had years ago at a chicken light pulled off at Mount Clemens by "Jim" Trimble. The fighter in question attended a big main across the "river" there out toward Bingham's roadhouse. He had witii him several friends and was under full sail. He took a seat at the pit side, and when the battles began he saw men across the way from him raise their fingers and Ihout. McVay, thinking they were Saluting him, waved his hand back again and again in returning what he thought was a compliment of recognition. As the battles progress ed the salutations kept up and Mc- Vay began to use both hands In wav ing hack. After the main a sporting man named Lott walked up to McVay and said: "You're lucky. Here's what you won," tendering him a large roll of bills as large as a head of lettuce. "Won?" said McVay, "why, I never made a bet all night. What's the matter with you?" "Why you've been betting nil night," roared Lott. "If I made any bets tonight," said McVay, "I wasn't aware of It and you can't get any blood out of a turnip. Then explanations in order showed McVay that by raising the finger It was accepted by the sports that they thought he had accepted their offer to wager such an amount on the main. The worst part of it was that McVay didn't have enough In his clothes to even buy a round of drinks. But from the fact that he might have lost—and then. Well, In many quarters finger betting has been eliminated and now the big eastern tracks have put the kybosh on all fighters as a class. Nothing does now but the real coin and no stage goods at that. It's a case of put up or keep mum. EXPOSURE to cold draughts of air, to keen and cutting winds, sudden changes of temperature, scanty clothing, undue exposure of the throat and neck after public speaking and singing bring on cougha and colds. Ballard's llore hound Syrup is the best cure. Mrs A. Barr, Houston, Tex., writes. January 31, 1002: "One bottle of Hal lard's ilorehound Syrup cured me of a very bad cough. It is very pleasant to take." 250, 50c, 1 $1. Sold by STOP DISPLAY OF EMPTY BOXES. fPerlpp* News Association.) WASHINGTON, May 1 —Many pro tests have been received by the in ternal revenue department against tiie strict enforcement of the law prohibiting the display of empty ci gar boxes in the windows of tobac conists, druggists and other dealers. Notwithstanding these complaints or ders have been Issued that the law shall he rigidly enforced the country over, the crusade to begin today. Ac cording to the order It Is unlawful for any dealer to make any use of empty cigar boxes if there remains upon the box either the government revenue stamp, the caution notice re quired on all boxes, or the brand mark, including tho factory ami fed eral district number. The depart ment claims that of late years the use of empty boxes for display pur poses has become too general and that It tends to suggest or encourage the unlawful refilling of the boxes. A POSITIVE NECESSITY. Having to lay upon my bed for 14 days from a severely bruised leg. I only found relief when I used a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment, I can cheerfully recommend it as the best medicine for bruises ever sent to the afflicted. It has now become a positive necessity ii'"Mi myself, p. R, Byrnes, mer chant, I ioversville J Tex. 25c, 60c, $l. Sold by EMPIRE STATE COUNTS NOSES fSorlpps News Association.) Nl'W TOI'.K, May 1. Five thou sand republicans wee put to w >>k today under the direction of Secre tary of State O'liilen to tike no enumeration of New York state lu ll,ihitants For two months they will be at the task getting at Information on which to base the respective sentation of New York city and the remainder of the state In legislatures for the next de-ado The republican leaders ho|x> tho showing will be such as to enable them to hold both senate and assembly for io ysars r.ore. At any rate, they will redistrlct the state so as to retain their hold If possible. The last state census was taken In IKS:!, and est about a ouarter of a million dollars. It returned a popu lation of 1,118,341: the federal census of 100 " showed l,S**,otlj thitof laOS is ex peeled to show <i total of at least 1,000,04)4), WAR TAXES IN RUSSIA. St. PGTHRBBUSO, May |.—ta ac cordance with the recent proclama tion >f the council of the i mp're the llrst law providing for an In urease in taxation for war purposes went Into effect today. It Includes in creaaoa In the taxes on matches, pe troleum, etc., and a graduated tax on the salaries of officials, nnd Is ex pected to realize at least $1 l.OgO.Oeg, ■Have you ordered Rojeetvenetry ti give battle to TOgof asked the jir ••No, your majesty," replied the ■Tend duke, "we have given him every order but that. But If there Is any way to give h battle to Taigo, your majesty may 'est assured that it ijestvcusky w!H Hud It wheu they meet." CASH OR CREDIT A 3-DAY SPECIAL TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, 33 1-3 PER CENT DISCOUNT On All Wool Suits and Covert Cloth Jackets WHEN SOLD FOR CASH. Tf you wish to purchase on credit, we will give you on all our wool suits and covert jackets a DISCOUNT OF 25 PER CENT. Remember, for three days only will these liberal discounts be in force. MEXICO'S MONETARY REFORM. (Scrlpps News Association.) CITY OF MEXICO, May U— Fol lowing the suspension of the! free coinage of silver two weeks ago the Champion Wrestler's Great Strength John J. Zimmer, Amateur Champion Middleweight Wreo ler, Says His Wonderful Strength Is Due to Reg ular Use of That Marvelous Tonic and Invig orator, Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. He Writes: ."All the Medals I Have won In athletics and honors I hare gained on the wrestling mat I ows to Dairy's Pure Malt Whiskey. JOHN J. JTMMKR. . Gentlemen: AM the medals that I have won in athletics and the hon ors that I have gained on tha track and on ths wrestling mat I owe to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I began to take your medicine four years ago When I waa a mere stripling and yery much run down In health and weak In body. I had been bedridden for four months, and the doctora thought • I would not recover, when an atl l„t! • Instructor, a neighbor of ours, took [me In charge. He stopped all raedtcli.e aud gave me Duffy's Purs Malt 1 Whiskey, nnd with the aid of massage brought me hack to normal health. I Since that time I have trained regularly In ths gyinuaalain and have | known no medicine except Duffy's Pure Mali Whiskey. JOHN J. ZIM | MKR, Amateur Champlo.'i W rentier. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey | It la the greatest strength bulkier ir .1 tenia stimulant known to medicine I It attack* tho snat of the disease, drl yes It out and rebuilds ths weakened I tissues In a gradual, healthy, natural manner, "Duffy's" ts the only cure and preventive of consumption, pneumonia, J grip, bronchitis, coughs, colds, malar lv, low fevers and all wasting weak i ening diseased conditions. It makes the young strong and hac.lthy. lv us* iSO years. Write for free copy of medics] booklet, Duffy Malt WhUkey Co- I Rochester. V. Y. CAUTION Oat the genaiae Bwffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, sold by all ! druggists and grocers throughout the world In sealed bottlee only prtee Si 00. See that the "Old Chemist" tradsmsrk ts on the label, and that 1 there la a strap over the cork. Refuse substitutes and bogus eo-oeJlen "Duffy's" rure Malt Whiskey, offered by unreliable dealers. now currency regime placing Mexico on a gold basis became operative to day. The new currency law estab lishes the "peso" or silver dollar at a value of 50 cents gold, and the the retlcal unit of the Mexican currency is defined to he the dollar or "peso" of 75 centigrams of gold. j