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MONDAY, JUNE 19, ISO*.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CAST OFF CLOTHINO. Positively highest prices paid for cast off clothing. N223 Stevens. M. 1711. r - ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. John P. Jnd son, lawyer, office fourth floor Hyde block, rooms 401-4. 10-«* STUBS ON AIRES. Standard Fuel * Ice Co.. B4M front. TeL «U. Carbonado, Book Springe and Summit coal Marti* Dolan, manager. BECOnS BAND OOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. TeL M 101. 114 River- Bide. »0-» DYEING AND CLEANING WORXR I Parisian Dyeing A Cleaning Works. I SlO5 Howard street. Tel. M. 1111. I* A. Lehmann, prop. Best houae ia | northwest. No solicitors. Dreaa puttings factory In connection. ISt-t PACIFIC TRANSFER 00. Freight, furniture, baggage aad parcel delivery. TeL 819 110-« KORSESROEIHO. Charles Btaley, 219 Pacific avenue. South of N. P. depot. 128-2* CLOTHES CLEANERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean and press your suit for 60c or your trousers for 15c; only 6 to 15 minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repnlrlng. 620 Second avenue. Phone 2252. FOB SALE—BEAD ESTATE. Everybody knows our $150. lots nre the best lots In the city for the money; near car and city water; $5 or $10 down, balance $5 a month. Come today. Northern Investment Co.. 330 Riverside aye. Tel. 1232. HOTEL. Mechanics' hotel, N. B. Pearson, prop. Beat $1 a day house in city. Under new management. Remodeled and refurnished. Kiont and Wash ington. IS3-2G BUSINESS CHANCES. We must sell or trade, at once, a Sue lodging house, on Riverside, steam heat and elevator, central lo cation. Investigate and make an of fer. Only small cash payment re quired If sold. Will trade for vacant lots. We cau sell you homes at your own price and terms. Furms to satisfy all enanera, LICHTT & CO., •4 Jamieson Block. Tel. 1298. MONEY TO LOAN. Loans on furniture, pianos, horses, etc.; private; no delay. A, A, Bar ,.i (itt (35-0 The Rocker-. «».? Loans oat long at short time. Daniel Bros, 617 Hyde block. 6U-0 Money to jonn on real estate. Se curity mortgages bought. J. W. Mor rison A Co.. 3 and 4 Sherwood block. TAILORING. Lndles' nnd gents' clothes cleaned and pressed; nlso artistic repairing done. A. Blusson, 3 Lincoln. Tel. M2S. ROOFINO AND REPAIRING. Tin, copper, sheet Iron, stove and furnnco work. Dairy supplies. c. Peshak & Co., ««24 Manme st »4-lS BANKING. Long hours: courteous trentment; Bpeoial features of transferring your money to your bnnk. Inquire State Bank of Washington. Phone 201. PAWN BROKERS. If you want a loan, go to P. Blck -furd. 338 Main avenue, • WIGHT TRAIN. LEWISTON—SPO KANE. Leaves Spokane dally 11:30 p. m. JUrrlvel Lew Ist on 7:30 a. m. Leaves tewlslon 11 p. m. Arrives Spokane 8:35 a. in. Carries Pullman sloepar, Brst class coach, smokar, baggage end express ears. J. W. HILL, O. A. NORTHERN PACIFIC. Bay Coach Excursion. On .Line IS and It the Northern Faolllc will sell ' Day Coach" excur sion tickets to Portland, on account of the Lewis and Hark fair. Rate from Spokane and common points, Jill round trip; limit, seven days. Tickets pood In day conches only. Special train will leavo Spokane at 8 a. Hi., Juno 18, arrive Portland about It iv m. Tickets also food leaving Spokane on any regular train except tho North Coast Limited, June is and ID. J. W. HILL. Cen Agt SPECIAL ROUND TRIP RATE Will be made by Great Northern rail way for (allowing eastern conven tions: Bristol, Term., annual Baptist Brethren. Toronto, Ont., International Bun day School aaaoolatloa, Indianapolis, i,,d., International TUn if est. Asbury Park, N. J., Na.lonal Edu cational association. Baltimore. Md., Christian Endeavor. Portland, Me., American Institute Of Instruction. Buffalo, N. V., annual mcc.ing B. P O. E. Niagara Falls, N. V., Imperial Council Mystic Shrine. Atlantic City, N. J., Independent Order Kuresters. Full particulars enn Ye had by calling on, or addressing, city ticket olllco, 701 West Riverside avenue. Phone 4t)9. SPECIAL BATES BAST Via Northern Pacific, ana Connection! For various conventions at points and on dates named below, following low round trip rates will be made by the Northern Pacific, dates of sale to be announced later: Toronto, Ont., June 20-27 76.65 Indianapolis, Ind., June 21-25.. G7.G5 Asbury Park, N. J.. July 3-7... 85.35 Baltimore, Md., July 5-10 81.25 Portland, Me., July 10-13 92.70 Buffalo, N. V., July 11-13 76.25 Niagara Falls, N. Y„ June 20-21 76.25 Final limit 60 days. Stopovers on return trip west of Chicago and St. Louis. Full particulars nt Northern Pacific office. Zlegler block. J. W. HILL, Gen. Agt. SUNDAY EXCURSION, ST. JOB. The Northern Pacific will continue the Sunday excursions to St. Maries, Ferrell's and St. Joe during the sum ftner. Train will leave Spokane 8 a. m. for Coeur d'Alene. Steamer Oakes leaving there on arrtval of train for a delightful ride across the lake and lup the St. Joe river, arriving at Fer i rell's about 2 p. m., where stop of !30 minutes will be made for dinner. Those preferring to do so can take lunch baskets and eat lunch on the boat. Returning train will arrive Spokane about 9 p. m. Fare for the round trip $2. J. W. HILL, Gen. Agt. Northern Pacific Railway. NEW SCHEDULE. The new time card on tlie Northern Pacific railway goes Into effect Sun day, June 4. Slight changes have been made in the time of several of the present trains, besides the addi tion Of a m w train between Spokane and Seattle, which leaves Spokane at 4 p. m., arriving at Seattle 8:10 a. m. and Tacoma 8 a. m.; carrying a Pull man sleeper to each of those cities. Arriving there early in the morning, this should prove a very popular train. The local Seattle sleeper on train No. 3 will be discontinued. Be low is given the leaving time at Spo kane according to the new schedule: EASTBOUND. North Coast Limited 10:50 a.m. No. 4 10:35 p. m. No. 6 7:15 a. m. No. i« arrives 6:00 a. m. WKSTBOCND. North Coast Limited 7:25 a. in. No. 3 10:45 p. m. No. 5 5:10 a. a. No. 15 4:00 p. m. PALOUSH branch. No. 9 leaves 8:05 a. m. No. .0 ar rives 2:30 p. m. No. 11 leaves 11:30 p. m. No. 12 arrives 6:20 a. m. Nos. 11 and 12 parry Pullman sleeper between Spokane and Lewis ton. CENTRAL WASHINGTON BRANCH No. 13 leaves 1:40 p. m. No. 14 arrives 11:55 n. m. COEUR D'ALENE BRANCH. No. 7 leaves 7:20 a. m. No. S arrives 6:15 p. in. As additional Pullman sleeper has been added to Ihe North Coast Lim ited between Portland and St. Paul. J. W. HILL, Gen. Agt. SPOKANE FALLS & NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOON LAKE EXCURSIONS. Effective June 2 nnd until further advised, following round-trip rates will be in effect from Spokane to Loon Lake: On sale Sundays, limit following Monday, $1. On sale daily, limit 30 days, $1.50. On stile dally—commutation 20 rides, limit September 15, $10. H A. JACKSON, General Passenger Agent, Spokane, Wash. SUMMER EXCURSION TO COAST POINTS. June 15 to August 25 tho Northern Pacific railway will have on sale the usual excursion tickets to Westport. Tetters nd, Long Beach and Clatsop Beach points, etc., at rate of $20 for round trip. Return limit, September 30. Good for stopovers ut Portland. J. W. HILL. Gen. Agt. BATES LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR. Tho Northern Pacific announces rate of $14.95, Spokane to Portland and return. On sale May 29 to Octo ber 15 dally; return limit, 30 days. Party rate, 10 or more, $11.20; limit, 10 days. Also low rates .or large parties. Call at city office, Zlegler block, for full particulars. J. W. HILL, G. A. PITS Those awful, agonizing, dangerous tils are Ihe result of an aggravated condition of nervous debility, Dr. Miles' Nervine has made many re markable cures by restoring health and strength to the nervous system. Sold by druggists Under a guarantee that Ihe tirst hot tie will benelit, or your money returned. DISEASED HEARTS transform the rich, red. gushing blood of health Into a sluggish stream of thin, Impoverished fluid of impur ities, which carry deatli aud decay to every organ ami tissue of the body. Restore tlie heart action with Dr Miles' New Heart Cure, If Ural bottle falls to benelit, money buck. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In Ihe superior court of tho state of Washington In and for Spokane county. S. J. Travis, plaintiff, vs. F. C. S.indhilnk and L. E. Wattam, co partners doing business under the tlriu name and style of Tlie Sand hrink I'lano company, defendants. Notice Is hereby given that I have been duly appointed receiver for the defendant herein, F C. Bandbrlßk and t,. E. Wattam, co-partners doing busi ness under tha firm name and style of The Sandbrink Piano company, and that all persons having claims against said co-partnership mo re quired lo present them to me lor al lowance at my office at No. 1111-12 Tbe Rookery in the city of Bpokano, Spokane county, Washington, within sixty days from the data of tlie Oral publication of this notice or Ihey will bo forever burred. Date of first publication of this notice. June 12, 1905. JOHN BALISiIUIIY, Receiver. PHOTOGRAPHING THE NEW FLYER CAMERA ARTIST A. C. PATERSON TAKES THE SWIFT PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL ON THE FLY AND TELLS OF THE RATHER TERRIFYING EX PERIENCE HE HAD WHILE SHOOTING THE ON COMING LOCOMOTIVE WITH HIS CAMERA. By A. C. Paterson. Special to The Press. CHICAGO, June 19.—My assign ment from The Press was to photo graph the new Pennsylvania flyer, and I received it somewhat late to get out in the country where dis tance without obstruction favored me. The next best was to get out of the busy part of the city of Chicago, away from elevation of tracks at a point where tho train would pass at full speed, keeping foremost in my ENGINEER HOLMES, mind that It would be necessary to get looftted at a point of vantage before the train passed me. It was then 2:10 in the afternoon, and tho flyer of the Pennsylvania, drawn by the Nioque engine, 7203. with Veteran Engineer Holmes at the throttle. left the union station ,at 2:45, just 35 minutes late. Taking a train on the Nickel-plate leaving the La Salle street depot at 2:30, running over the right of way of the Dake Shore Michigan South ern, I arrived al ESngleWOOd is min utes later, but found the surround ings were not favorable to my oper ations, and knowing that 1 was ahead of the Oyer and that I could reach PASSION PLAYERS HAVE NEW BIBLE PLAY WITH "LIVING PICTURES" OBEKAM MEKGAI', June 19 — The peasant villagers uf Obei a mmergau. who produce the passion play once each decade, have arranged to act a mystery play this year called "The School of the Cross." The perform ance will bo given throughout the present summer with the same act ors that have made the passion play so famous. The story of the play turns on epl- KING DAVID." Played by Andrew Lang. Minion lii tho life of King TVtvhl, the principal Idea being tha correlation of the Old Teetamani promise of ra il ompt ton to tha New Teatamenl fui- Itllmant, Thara are aavan nets, the epttoa, to! each reeiiina" imw striking eptaodoal in tha life of the Redeemer-—which | are then eaMMted aa the st ace aa tableauv, or "living: ploturea" cor* reapond with or fuitin the Old Teata ment prediction* The tender, yet Impressive music, vocal mill Instru mental, which ocoompanlea the "Uv in" ploturea" ami Inoludea Important THE SPOKANE PRESS Grand Crossing ahead of the object of my search, I continued my ride to the latter station, arriving seven minutes ahead of the Pennsylvania, which was due to arrive and pass at 3:05 p. m. The tracks at this point were not elevated, still there were obstruc tions in the shape of high fencesj that run along the entire right of? way for a short distance. Having but a short time to locate, it was necessary for me to make a hasty observation of the Oeld and get some- FIREMAN MOORE. where quick. Starting towards South Chicago I came to a line of several freight cars that were on a siding being unloaded. These I mounted and placed myself in readiness in a hurry. After getting settled for the ex posure I then looked for light, as the exposure was to be very short. The sky was overcast with shifting clouds which broke now and again, and I prayed that the sun would shine when the train passed, but my hopes were not realized. After testing the shutter of the camera several times everything was in readiness fur the coming train which I could see in the distance parts of tenor, bass, soprano and choir, hns been composed by Pro fessor Wilhelin Mullet of Munich, who enjoys a very high reputation for this class of work. Iv the first act Jesse and his sons are shown in their home at Bethle hem, awaiting news of Saul's cam paign against the Amalekites, the dis tinctive character of each personage being ably sketched. Subsequent "Aliijill.OM." Played by Peter Rudl, scenes give Klinh's soldierly narra tive of the victory over tho Amale kltea and news of Saul's sin and re pudiation hy Samuel. The selection ami anoint ing by Samuel of David i'Hilh the Urst act Act two dram it laea David's coin-' hal Willi ibdlaih and Saul's growing Jealousy of David. In a«l threw DnvlJ is being pel scented hy Saul, and in ad four David llees Into the wilier- 1 ness The three r 'lnainl. g acts dccl with Absalom s conspiracy; Davll s fllghl from Jeruaale und his trluavl phal return to the Holy City, The throwing out great volumes of smoke and tooting the whistle for the crossings. Clear signals were giving her the right of way. The thunder of her pounding wheels was deafening. Now she was at the next crossing to me, and the whistle was almost drowned by the roar of the train. The flyer was making over a mile a minute clip, and as I saw tlie front of the huge locomotive bending down towards me, the sides and top in a haza of smoke, dust and cinders, 1 felt J* qquake way down in my shoes, and,a light sort of feeling up in my throat. The engine shook and swayed, and for a quarter of a second the thought came to my mind: "What if she sideswiped this ear?" But I looked into my camera. In an instant the full train covered the THIS PHOTOfiRAriI OF THE NEW PENNSYLVANIA FLYER. IS HOURS FROM CHICAGO TO NE W YORK, WAS TAKEN ESPECIAL LY FOR THE PRESS WHILE THE TRAIN, DRAWN BY ENGINE 7203. WAS RUNNING EASTWARD AT OVER 80 MIDES AN HOCR BETWEEN GRAND CROSSING AND SOUTH CHICAGO. plate; I pressed the release of the shutter working at 1-500 of a second and the result was the photograph I send you. CHICAGO. June 19—A new era In railroading that has been inaugurat ed with the 18-hour trains between Chicago and New York is attracting attention throughout the world. All along the line the train is the sensation of the day. Crowds gather at the stations and the crossroads to get a glimpse of tin? latest railway play ends with a tableau representing "Christ in the majesty of His glory." "I hear you had a long run In Phil adelphia this season," remarked the manager of the Hot Tamale dramatic company.' "Humph -in Philadelphia tbey spoke of it as a ran, but it was only a two-week stand." "KING SAVL." Played by Sebastian Lang. _ I "RIPPER" PUT TO DEATH oSSIMNt!, X Y. June Ift -Kmll Tntteimui', a Swedish Nullor, wja put to death in the el «c tele chad In Sing Si i; prtaoa) at in early hour this. mommy. Tettermari murders i surah Merlin, a woman of the stiveetK, in ! a lothjlPf in use In New York city on December Ift, IM<»::. The crime was of the "Jaoh ihe Ripper* 1 order ami attracted great attention ut the time. marvel, and usually express their ad miration with a cheer that Is drown ed out by the roar of the wheels as the train flashes by. This Pennsylvania railroad flyer is popularly known as the Pennsylvania Special. Among railroad men and on the official schedules the train out of Chicago is No. 28. Railroad men speak of it affectionately as the Twenty-eight. The sister train out of New York is the Twenty-nine. The Special leaves Chicago at 2:45 . p. m.. Central time, and arrives In New York at 8:45 a. m. Eastern time. Just 18 hours, and the distance is more than 900 miles! Tho total time consumed is 1080 minutes. The regular schedule of the Penn sylvania Special calls for a little less than a mile a minute, but that does not tell the whole store. There are mountains to cross and there is slow running out of Chicago. That moans that lightning time must be made on tho level stretches. There a mile a minute would be very ordi nary running. Eighty, even 90 miles an hour must be reeled oft on the straight, level sections of track in order to make good the world-beat ing trtp between the two big cities. To give good measure the engineers have formed a cheerful habit of beat ing the schedule and running into stations a few minutes ahead of time. NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERS MEET ST. PAir,, Minn.. Jnni> 10. —The adjutant general and militia ofhVers of many states are gathering In St. Paul for tlie annual convention of the Interstate National Guard ll—nrl ation. Tho convention will' be in session three days and from all in dications will he of great interest and Importance to those interested in tlie affairs of the national guard. One of the most important cjues ttona before the convention is the advisability of asking congress to increase the annual appropriation for the maintenance of the national guard of the several states from $1.0i10,01i0 to $•.'.1100.0110. Members of the uational association maintain that an Incraaac in tha appropriation is necessary to pur the guard in good condition. I'nder the Dick law pass ed by congress two years ago, the MFfunul guard Is made tlie eouUlld means of defense of the United States, ranking next to the regular army, and in conformity with its important standing it is deemed necossarv that tlie guard be fully equipped and kept in an excellent stale of discipline. BISHOP HARGROVE RETIRES N.\9HVU.[.K. Term.. June 1 ft. - Btahop it. ic. Hargrove prepensed liis resignation as president of tlie board of trustees of Vanderbilt university st the annual meeting of the board today. Th,' names of several bishops of the M. K. church. South, are men tioned la connection with the suc a oooet ah Eg t > Btahop Hargrove, ami the chief candidate appears to he liishop ilaUow.iy of .1 ickson. Miss. Th, l names of Klslioum K. K. Hons of Dallas, Tex, an.) J U Hondrix of Kansas I'lty are also mentioned. "OLD TOM" MORRIS NfSM OF 60Lf Am though Intended by nature, does' 1 the titi,-. "Th« Ueand OM MM of •oaf," repuMM apea th.- sturdy sheaf* dera af Tom Hassle of st Andrews, Reaper al tha .ineient game Although 14, tins aatorajn of iron aad green mm anauaßy, foa dMaafaar, perrornie.l the c remony of starting tha open cheanptonehtp at st. An dreys, in tlie bridal month. I.lk' a semaphore with Its all's * lear, to the pilot of the vest routed knitted, has been the annual blrth • lav match between Tom Mom* and Si. Kverhaid, over the are.it ■)■■> I Hah links. As dues th.' open viiam- «9 > RIVERSIDE WasH Suits At 1-4 Discount For Tuesday through our credit system you are en abled to get a handsome and serviceable gown by pay ing a small payment weekly. Tuesday we offffer suits from out latest arrivals Prom New York in sheer white materials, linens in plain tailored styles, walking skirts in the most modish designs in the plain plaited and embroidered effects. plonshlp, this match falls In June, and In spite of his four score and four years Tom Morris can today give the majority of golfers a beat ing. It was 10 years ago, when a hoy of 75, that Morris was presented with a purse of $15,000 by his admirers, among whom were many from this side; of the Atlantic. In those days "Old Tom" could "do" St. Andrews TOM MORRIS. In S5 strokes, and finish like a boy. For more than four decades Mor ris has been the official ruler of St. Andrews, and three successive open championships to hia credit, won in the early '60s, prove his golfing cali ber. His pride knew no bomnds when his son, "Young Tom," showed his pedigree by duplicating this feut, proving himself a worthy son of his great sire. "Here's a copy of one of our new bonds, send over by the engraving company for your approval," said tho secretary of the new interurban rail road. "Let's see It," said the president, and he held it up to the light, "How do you like It?" "The design is all right. but I think it would be better for us if the paper didn't have such a big water mark in it." Milwaukee wants the peace confer ence. It isn't beer that makes Mil wauke« famous. It's nerve. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The KM You Dm Always BoajM Bears tha Signature of NO WITHDRAWAL NOTICE REQUIRED 4% On Savings Deposits made first five days of the month draw interest from the first. We invite you to open an account with $1.00 or more. The Exchange National Bank SAT QtD MOMS i i PAY A UTTLE AT A riME. TH ATSOUR^PLAH. /\LMA (JROCERY PlOn 693. aiCOIS IHS We close all day Tuesday Grocer's Annual Picnic and invite all to come ahd spend the day BUBR-M'MAHON CO. CooKing WitK Gas Is cool, clean and convenient. There la no diet, das*, soot os ashes connected with it. It costs no mese to cook with gas than to cook by old fashioned methods. Reliable gas ranges 138.00, $1.00 Down $2.00 a Mouth Have you seen our booklet? Spokane Falls Gas Light Go. 806-810 Sprague Aye. $ 10 Portland «ut Return JUNE 15-19 O. n. Special Daylight Train, 7:25 a.m. the 19th Tickets Not Good in Sleepers. All $35, $40 and $45 Suitings Reduced to $30 Without reserve All the fine trouserings $7.50 (HUM Ik Tib Watch the windows. 8 Stevsna St., ■alltrtay Soke*. * I Ufc> Bla*>tomau*tWkl I k Tflll»DhitTir —" I mwrnmrnm •> slmtmlm* •I ■><•>■ MWIIUMM, - PkUilMa, noi Millar I. gUll Of HMUU. I'ikuUi (Ml u« rm—l. Prevents Diphtheria Sso. Stowell Pru« Co., Corner Rlveralde and Bfavena. lv IIBM .1.1 IMM«IH> • ill. I.I'M ti»kof Tnl>« ■>• WNM •uklili.lW »>4 v,...... ».i •< »•« »ii«l\ m «f»* ** 7 ...... ». r»iU»l.t.. TyliuHi »* 3