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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS HELP WASTED —MALE. Energetic workers everywhere to circular*, samples and ad vertising matter. Good pay. No canvassing. Cooperative Advertising Co., New York. " HELP WANTED. "Seven" Shorthand —Touch typing At training quarters for teachers, sec retaries and reporters; good Income guaranteed; many vacancies. Pri vate lessons at pupils' homes. 3 Lin ooln street, Spokane. CAST OFl' CLOTHING. Positively highest prices paid for cast off clothing. N2IS Stevens. M. 1711. _ ATTORNEYS-AT LAW. ____ John P. Judson. lawyer, office ffenrth floor Hyde block, rooma dot-i. »o«* FT7NL OIAUM. •Undent met Is lee Co.. B«*l Front TeL MS. Carbonado. Rook Springe and Summit coal Martin Dolan, manager. IIOOMI HAND GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. TeL M. 108. lit Rlver eldx »0-» Btexng and c~*ahihg WORKS. Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Works ft Dress Pleating Factory, I* A. Lehmann. proprietor, lias moved to •05 First avenue, near Howard. Phone 2137. No solicitors. PACXPIO TBANBPBB 00. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. TeL S»» ll»-« HORSESHOEING. Charles Staley, 219 Paclflo avenue. South of N. P. depot. 128-26 CLOTHES CLEANERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean and press pour suit for tOe or your trousers for 35c; only 6 to It minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. 620 Bocond avenue. Phone •Ml. POB SALE—SEAL ESTATE. Everybody knows our $150 lots ore the best lots In the city for the money; near car nnd city water; $5 Or $10 down, balance $5 a month. Come today. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside aye. Tel. 1232. 2500 buys two furnished houses on East Third avenue, not far out. Great bargain. Terms will be given; only $1000 rash required. LICHTY & CO., 64 Jamieson Block. Tel. 1298. HOTEL. i > Mechanics' hotel, N. B. Pearson, prop. Beat $1 a day house In city. Under new management. Romodeled end refurnished. Front und Wash ington. IS3-26 MONEY TO LOAN. Loans on furniture, pianos, horses, etc . private: no delay. A. A. Bar tlett 625 6 The Hooker*. 65-T Loans on long ot short time. Daniel Bros, 537 Hyde block. 68-0 Money to loan on real estate. Se curity mortgages bought. J. W. Mor rleon Sl Co.. 3 and 4 Sherwood block. TAILORING. Ladles' nnd gents' clothes cleaned end pressed; also artistic repairing done. A. PIUSSOn, 3 Lincoln. Tel. 1128. ROOFING AND REPAIRING. Tin. copper, sheet Iron, stove and ♦urnaco work. Dairy supplies. C Peshak & Co., 0824 Monroe st S4-28 BANKING. Long hours; courteous treatment; special features of transferring your money to your bank. Inquire State Tlenk of Washington. Phono 20L PAWN BROKERS. If you want a loan, go to P. Blck ford, 33S Main avenue, • SOLICITORS WANTED. Address BS, The Press, giving full soliciting experience, address und telephone. We don't claim a cinch—wa only claim to be tho newsiest nowapaper In town; 25c per month. » SPECIAL BATES EAST ▼la Northern Partite nnd Connections For various conventions nt points nnd on dates named below, following low round trip rates will be made by the Noi l born Pacific, dates of sale to be announced later: Toronto, Ont., June 20-27 711 115 Indianapolis, Ind., June 21-28.. 07.(15 Asbury Tark, N. J., July 8-7... 85.35 Baltimore, Md., July 5-10 81.25 Portland, Me., July 10-13 02.70 Buffalo, N. V., July 11-18 7fl 25 Niagara Falls, N. V., June 20-21 7ti,26 Final limit 80 days. Stopovers on return trip west of Chicago and St. Louis. Full particulars at Northern PaclHo office, Zlegler block. J. W. HILL, Gen. Agt. SUMMER EXOTJBMOM TO COAST POINTS. Juno IS to August 25 the Northern Pacific railway will have on salo the usual excursion tickets to Wostport, Tokehind, Long lleach and Clatsop Kench points, etc., at rato of $20 for round trip. Return limit, September St. Good for stopovers at Portland. J. W. HILL, Gen. Agt. RUINED BY HIS LOVE FOR A PINK AND WHITE GIRL James Street, Prosperous Man of Af fairs, With a Wife and Six Chil dren, Gives It All Up for 17-Year- Old Edna Miller, His Stenographer —Neither Seema to Have Any Idea of Common Decency. Special Correspondence to The Press. NEW YORK, June 24.—Any future work dealing with the mysteries of the human mind that does not con tain the story of James Street nnd Edna Miller will not have been well compiled. That a man, nearlng a half cen tury of life, allowed his Infatuation | fur a mere pink and white doll of a girl to destroy a brilliant career, and | lead him to forsake his devoted wife 1 and six children, no doubt has been paralleled. Hut it is tho utter disregard for common decency displayed by man and girl In discussing their "love" that makes the case remarkable. Bolstered up in a hospital bed, In which he all but died, this man Street, who was until recently presi dent of a big steamship company which bore his name, admits with utmost composure that ho Intends to divorce his wife with whom he lived for 19 years and marry 17- --year-old Edna, scarcely out of school. And Edna, Just as brazenly, says: "I'm in love with Mr. Street, and when he gels his divorce I will marry him." As for the poor wife, she takes the matter complacently enough. Sho says she can conceive how Street might prefer a pretty fnce to hers, which is not handsome, but, she pa thetically adds that she thought her husband might have considered her years of faithful devotedness and how carefully she had raised their offspring. Those who knew Street in tho business world are amazed nt the details of his wild infatuation; he seemed so staid and eminently ca llable In all of his transactions. They wonder how a man of that Apparent character could brutally east away his family as might some savage in the wilderness. Gradually the story Is coming out. It would not have been written but for the fact that it so happened that Edna, when sho graduated from high school, became a Stenographer In the office of the Marine Engineering Mag azine. She must take a trnln to her work. It was Ihe sumo train that Street always took to his olflce. He looked over his paper one morn- INDEMNITY LEVIED ON UNCLE SAM INSECTS HOLD HIM UP TO THE TUNE OF $700,000,000 ANNUALLY AND HE'S FIGURIN' ON HOLDING A PEACE CONFERENCE — STARTLING STORY OF THE INVASION OF MR. HESSIAN FLY AND THE ALLIED ARMIES OF THE POWERS OF BUGLAND. "tnssotg levy a yearly tax on I sect pests is the Hessian fly, In 1900 American farm, orchard and forest 'It injured the wheat crop at least products of |T00,00O,000," says C. L. j 1100,000,000 worth, and the loss any Marlatt, T'nited Slates entomologist, j one year from It Is rarely less than In a recent report. This does not $20,000,000. Only a little behind the Include tho cost of lighting these wheat fly are five $20,000,000 bugs, pests, which costs 1100,000,000 more. These are the corn root worm, corn Every crop grown In the t'nited States suffers from Insects. The cereals are Injured to the extent of $200,000,000; bay, $5:1,000,00(1; cot ton, 180,000,000; truck crops, $53,000,- --000; fruits, $'.'7,000,000; animal prod ucts, $175,000,000; forest trees und forest products, $100,000,000, und products In storage, $100,000,000. Tbe star performer of all the ln- SUNDAY EXCURSION, ST. JOE. The Northern Pacific will continue the Sunday excursions to St. Maries, FerreU'e and St. Joe during tho sum mer. Train wilt leave Spokano 8 a. m. for Coeur d'Alene. Steamer Oakes leaving there on arrival of train for a delightful ride across the lake and up tho St. Joe river, arriving at Fer rcll's about 2 p. m., where stop of SO minutes will be mode for dinner. Those preferring to do so enn tuko lunch baskets nnd eat lunch on the boat. Heturnlng trnln will arrive Spokane about 0 p. m. Fare for the round trip $2. J. W. HILL. Oen. Agt. Brief an dnewsy. The Press—2sc por month. an operation for appendicitis. Now, i > ing. Their eyes met. The silly girl | blushed nnd smiled. The busy man of Wall street was fascinated. In that exchange of glances lies the foundation of Street's ruination. Opportunity for Edna came. Street i was too eager to grasp it. He was feverishly awaiting It. Edna dropped hor note hooks. Street picked them Up and handed them to her. From that time on they traveled In the same scat. Edna, who had been modestly attired, grew dally more gorgeous in raiment. Street made her his private secretary. The family in Knglcwnod saw little of him after that. The girl was taken seriously 111 and her ardent lover became as one mad when they told him she might die. He drank deeply, took to chloral, and an over dose nearly killed htm. He, 100, was taken to a hospital. He came out from the chloral nnd then Just managed to pull through boll worm, chinch bug, cotton boll worm and codling moth. Then fol lows a numerous array of (bird and fourth raters whose annual levies run from five to fifteen millions each, nnd hosts of little fellows who eat up and destroy annually two or three mil lions' worth of farm and forest products. Besides these direct losses, Insects FAITH AND PACT. Faith Is good but fact Is better. Years of earnest w.nk and faith pro duce a fact about mvdiclne that Is deserving of mention here. If people troubled with general weakness through overwork or exposure can get a remedy that will make rich, red blood, their return to health Is us sured. Weak, sick people who suffer with Indigestion, dyspepsia, sick heudache. dlxzy spells, no ambition and always tired, can be cured sound and well with Dr, Dunn's Blood and Nerve Tonic. Bold by druggists for 75c per box. A tablet to lake at meal time. Made by l>r Bosando Co, Phil a delphla. Pa. For sale by all drug gists. Only women o»er 10 will WCOI hoopsklrts. say the dressmakers That is to say, n> women will wear hoopsklrts. convalescent, emerging from all this shadow of death, strange to state, not one whit has his mad devotion to the girl abated. In fact, It seems accelerated. And she—nlso coming out from un der death—has tbe hardihood, effron tery, madness, whatever you will, to say that she will marry this man, Whenever such a thing becomes pos sible. Kdna is living with her mother. The latter seems nlso to have strange Ideas of right and wrong. She says the affair is "nobody's business." Mrs. Street is living in a modest cottage with her six children—and they haven't much to live on. In the meantime Street's business associates, tired of his neglect of business because of the girl, have compelled him to resign his position at the head of the steamship com pany, a position that was worth $25,- --000 a year to him. cause other serious disturbances. A huge shortage of any crop, such aa is often caused by some Insect, causes a greatly Increased price for same to the consumer. It may cause commercial disturbance and thus af fect large communities very serious ly. Another disturbance churgeuble to Insects is the spreading of disease. Malaria and yellow fever nre de pendent solely on mosquitoes, ty phoid fever is carried by house flies, and Texas fever, which causes un annual loss of 1100,000,000, Is direct ly traceable to the cattle tick. "Can you remember the llrst timo a beau tried to kiss you?" "As well ns though it happened only last night," "So run I. And my, I was nervous. Weren't you?" ' Yes, until he did it." INTKUESI'INU TO ASTHMA BUT I'tSl'RS DAn lei Bente of otterviiio, ia., writes: "1 i, IVt , |, asthma for three or four years and have tried about all the cough and asthmn cures In the market and have received treatment from phyalciana in New York and other cities, hut got very little benelit until I tiled r'ol.y's Honey and Tar. which ituvo me Inl ine.Hate relief ami 1 will never be without It In my house I sincerely 1 recommend It to all. Sold by Chas. MoNab, (OS Riverside aye THE SPOKANE* PR! PEACE LOAN U : FOR JAPAN o NEW YORK, June 24.—X. Takah sro- 'jf'- foreign financial agent of JapaiXby whoso efforts the war loans wire floated, left this city today en route.for home In response to a sum mons Vrotn the Japanese imperial minister of finance. Mr. Takahashl I will sail from Sail Francisco on July 8, (He USUI appear before the imperial ] cahlnet immediately on tits return to ! Tokio,' and confer with the officers Upon the advisability of making fur- I tber large loans In foreign markets In; the event that peace then seems as lured. Japan, It Is explained, will need a considerable amount of money after tho war to give new Impetus to her Industries. While business in Japan at present is in no way In jured, yet if the money advanced by the Japanese people in the first war loan of 1260,000,000 is returned to them on the termination of the war it will give tremendous new life tt< Japanese industries. All departments of business. It Is believed, will be vastly benefited by this large amount of money being put back into com mercial channels. YALE COMMENCEMENT. NEW HAVEN, Conn., June 24 — Visitors are arriving in large num bers for the annual commencemont festivities nt Yale university. The events of the week will be ushered in tomorrow morning when the stu dents will gather in Woolsey hall to listen to the baccalaureate addross by President Hadley. Monday will be class day and will be made notable by the presence of Secretary of War Taft, who will de liver an address to the graduates. Tuesday will ba given over to the alumni and in the afternoon will take place the nnnunl baseball game be tween Harvard and Yale. The com mencement exercises will be held Wednesday and will be followed by the customary president's reception in Memorial hall. NEW BISHOP OF SUPERIOR MILWAUKEE, June 24 — The date for the consecration of Vicar Gen oral Sehinner to the office of bishop of ?he newly created Superior diocese has been definitely dtermined upon as July 25, which falls upon the day of the feast of St. James. The ceremony .will be held in St. John's cathedral In this city, and, if possible, will be in charge of Monsignor Falconio, papal (delegate to the United States, who is .expected to be in this part of the •country at the time. BlahOpl lie- Bofrtck of Duluth, Sehwebach of La 'Crosjle, Fox of Green Hay, and Eis of Marquette will take prominent parts tn tlie ceremony. The consecration will bo attended nlso by nearly all the priests of the Milwaukee and Su perior dioceses. During the summer kidney Irregu larities are often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated. Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside aye. The Japanese minister of marine sent a boquet to Rojostveusky. Rojy's work is appreciated in some quarters, Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea Is simply liquid electricity. It goes to every part of your body, bringing new blood, strength nnd new vigor. It makes you well and keeps you, well. 35 cents. NOTICE. In the superior court of the state of Washington, in and for the county of Spokane. Spokane International Railway company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. B. T. Lacy and Lacy, his wife, and Thomas W. Savage, defendants. To H. T. Lacy nnd Latcy, his wife, and Thomas W. Savage, de fendants: You, und each of you, will please take notice that the petitioner, the Spokane International Railway Com pany, has filed in the superior court of the state of Washington, for Spo kane county, a petition directed to the said court, setting forth that the Spo kane International Railway Company Is a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Washington, en gaged in the construction and opera tion of a line of railway beginning In tho city of Spokane, thence easter ly to a point near the town of Itath drum, in the county of Kootenai, state uf Idaho, and thence in a north easterly direction up the valley of the Mooyie river, to the International boundary Hue between the I nited States and Canada; that it Is essential for the operation of Its Hues of rail way, and the accommodation of the public using the same, that It acquire those lands situated In Spokane coun ty. Washington, and described as lots •TOc'(l> and two <_'! In block four (11, and lots three (J) and four (I) t« blook one til of River Front Ad ll'lon to Spokane Falls (now Spo l&ns), Washington, for use for Its right"of way for the line of Its said railesuy. and tile necessary sidetracks, depSX grounds and terminal yards; that/ th.- defendant, B. T, Lacy, ap- to t>e the sole owner In fee of said realty, nnd the defendants, Lacy, his wife, and Thomas W Savage, have or claim to have some interest In or Hen upon said premises, and 'hat said petli ion prays that the court empanel a Jury to ascertain and determine the compen sation lo be made tn money to the owner of said realty, and to all others Intel est ed therein tor the taking of said really by petitioner for tho pur poses aforesaid. And you, and each of you, are here by notified that un the 13th day of July. IMS, petitioner will apply lo the Superior OOUrt of the state of Wash ington, for Spokane county, and tv the Honorable William a. Huneke, )Udge thereof, at his courtroom In the city of Spokane, at Ihe hour of 9:lt o'clo- k a m.. or as soon thereafter us counsel for petitioner can be heard, for a hearing upon said petition, and an adjudication by the court that the taking of said realty ls for public use, and ls necessary to the business of petitioner, and for the tlxing of a time and place at which a Jury may be called to determine the compensa tion to be made therefor. Dated this 17th day of June, 1905. ALLEN & ALLEN, Attorneys for Petitioners. I". O. address: 618 The Rookery, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE. In the superior court of the state of Washington, In and for Spokane county. Spokane International Railway Company, a corporation, petitioner, vs. William H. Heald and Mrs. Wil liam H. Heald, his wife, John W. Phillips, an unmarried man, and An nie Nesmith, an unmarried woman, defendants. To William 11. Heald and Mrs. Wil liam ft Heald, his wife; John W. Phillips, an unmarried man, and An nie Nesmith, an unmarried woman, defendants: You, and each of you, will please take notice that the petitioner, the Spokane International Railway Com pany, has tiled In the superior court of the state of Washington, for Spo kane county, a petition directed to the said court setting forth that the Spo kanc International Railway Company is a corporation organized under the laws of Ihe state of Washington, en gaged in the construction and opera tion of a line of railway begin, ing in the city of Spokane, thence easterly to a point near the town of Rath drum, In the county of Kootenai and state of Idaho, and thence In a north easterly direction up the valley of the stooyle river, to the International boundary line between the t'nited States and Canada; that it Is essen tial for the operation of Its line of railway, and the Accommodation of the public using the same, that It ac quire those lands situate In Spokane county, Washington, and described as lots three (3) and (our ID iv block two CM of River Front Addition to Spokane Kails uiow Spokane). Wash ington, for use for Its right of way for the lino of Its said railway, and for necessary sidetracks, depot grounds and terminal yards. That the said defendants, William 11. Ileal.l and Mrs. William H Heald. his wit.-. John W Phillips, an unmarried man, and Annie Nesmith, an unmar ried woman, appear to be the side owners in fee of said realty, and that said petition prays that the OOUrt impanel a jury to ascertain and determine tho coniensatlon to be made in money to tho owner of said realty, and to ull others Interested therein for tbe taking of said resit) by petitioner lor the purposes afore said; or. In ease a Jury be waived as in other civil cases, In the manner prescribed by law, then that the com pensation to be Made as aforesaid tie ascertained and determined by the court or Judge thereof. Ami you are hereby notified that on the l*th day of July, 1905. petl. 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Tlie discovery, by Prof. Cnna (ask your doctor about him) that dan druff is a highly contagious disease, is now recog nized by dermatologists everywhere. This Important discovery not only proves the worthlessness of "Hair growers," but it offers an opportunity for scientific hair preservation, in the use of Newbro'a Herpicide, the original remedy that "kills the dandruff, germ." TT GIVES SATISFACTION. We take pleasure In congratulating you on your wonderful remedy. Herpicide meets with all requirements, and our patrons highly en dorse it. (Signed) LEVY RROS. Portland. Ore. NOT ONE COMPLAINT. Herpicide has given entire satisfaction to our trade. We have never had a single complaint that It would not cure dandruff or stop falling hair. (Signed) WOODWARD & CLARK CO. Portland, Ore. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY AT <! MURGITTROYDS , (Xrum tt Braley, Inc.), Special Affants. j At Drug Storea, $1.00. Send 10c in Stamps for Sample to Sept. L, A H Z M THE HTEBrrCIDB CO., Detroit, Mich. A rlialthv Hair. «oi,sT*or tbe cause—you behove tks sttsk.- An UnhMitb? Hair. will not GROW HACK. Vewnro'e Herpicide la a "Hair-SaVer"; It will not grow hair—nature doea this—but by destroying the enemies of hair health, ft enables the hair to grow as nature Intended— except in chronic baldness. Save your hair with Herpicide. Wonderful results follow Its use. HOT WEATHER TROUBLES. During hot weather the minute sudatory glands of the scalp are culled upon to perform an extra amount of labor. The perspiration that exudes In increased quantities must be handled promptly as it carries out poisonous and refuse matter that would otherwise clog up the pores of the scalp. Incomplete elimination of refuse matter produces a hot and feverish condition of the scalp, familiarly known as Prickly Heat, for which Herpicide gives. Immediate relief. will And Herpicide indispensible. It contains no grease, will not stan or dye. It is an exquisite hair dressing that COOLS, COMFORTS and DELIGHTS. Destroy the Cause—Ton Remove the Effect. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter as counsel for peti tioner can be heard, for a hearing upon said petition, and an adjudica tion by the court that the taking ot said realty ls for a public use, and is necessary to the business of peti tioner, and for the fixing of a time und place at which a hearing may be had to determine tlie compensation to be made therefor. Dated this 23d day of June,.1905. ALLEN & ALLEN, Attorneys for Petitioner. P. O. address: 618 Tho Rookery, Bpokane, Wash. NOTICE. In the superior court of tho state of Washington, In and for the county of Spokane. Spokane International Railway Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. James N. Allison and Allison, his wife, defendants. To James N. Allison nnd Allison, his wife, defendants: You, and each of you, will please take notice that the petitioner, the Spokane International Railway Com pany, has filed in the superior court of the state of Washington, for Spo kane county, a petition directed to the said court, setting forth that the Spo kane International Railway Company ls a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Washington, en gaged in the construction and opera tion of a line of railway beginning in the city of Spokane, thence easterly to a point near tlie town of Rath drum, in the county of Kootenai, ■tate of Idaho, and thence In a northeasterly direction up the valley of the liooyie river, to the Interna tional boundary line between the United States and Canada; that it 1» essential for the operation of Its lines of railway, and the accommodation of the public using tho same, that it , acquire those lands situate iv Spo kane county, Washington, and de scribed as lot fourteen (14) in block , live (3) of River Front Addition to j Spokane Palls (now Spokane), state ,of Washington, for use for its right of way for tho line of its said rail way, ami for necessary sidetracks, ' depot grounds und terminal yards; j that tbe defendant, James N. Allison, appears to be the sole owner in fee Of said realty, anj tho defendant Allison, his wife, has or claims to have some interest ill or lien upon said premises; and that said petition prays that the court empanel a Jury to ascertain and determine the com pensation to be made In money to the owner of Slid realty by petitioner for the purposes aforesaid; And you, and each of you, are hereby notliled that on the 12th day Of Inly. 1905, petitioner will apply to the superior court of the state of Washington, for Bpokane county, and to the Honorable William A. Huneke. Judge thereof, ut his courtroom in the clly of Spokane, nt the hour of 9:30 a. iv.. or as soon thereafter as counsel for petitioner can be heard, for a hearing upon said petition, and an adjudication by the court that the taking Of said realty is for public use, and is necessary to the business of petitioner, and for the llxing of a time and place at which a Jury may Ibe called to determine the compensa tion to bo made therefor. Dated this 16th day of June. A. D, 1905. ALLEN & ALLEN, Attorneys for Petitioner. P. O. addresa: 618 The Rookery, Spokane, Wash. •TOTXOB, In the superior court of the state of Washington, In and for Spokane county. Spokane International Railway Company, a corporation, petitioner, vs. Lewis T. Laßar and Mrs. Lewie T. Laßar, his wife, defendants. To Lewis T. Laßar and Mrs. Lewis T. Laßar, his wife, defendants: You, and each of you, will please take notice that the petitioner, the Spokane International Railway Com pany, has filed In the superior court of the state of Washington, for Spo kane county, a petition directed to tha said court, setting forth that the Spokane International Railway Com pany Is a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Washington, engage,! in the construction and oper ation of a line of railway beginning In the city of Spokane, thence easter ly to a point near the town of Rath drum, in the county of Kootenai, state of Idaho, and thence In a north easterly direction up the valley of the Mooyie river, to the international boundary line between the United States and Canada; that tt is essential for the operation of Its lines of rail way, and the accommodation of the public using the same, that it acquire those lands situate In Spokane coun ty, Washington, and described as lot nine (9) In block two (2) of River Front Addition to Spokane Falls (now Spokane), Washington, for use for its right of way for the line of its said railway, and for necessary side tracks, depot grounds and terminal yards; that the defendants, Lewis T. Laßar and Mrs. Lewis T. Laßar, ap pear to be the sole owners In few of said realty; and that said petition prays that the court Impanel a Jury to ascertain and determine the com pensation to be made tn money to the ownera of said really, and to all others interested therein for the tak ing of said realty by petitioner for the purposes aforesaid, or In case \ Jury bo waived as In other civil cases, in the manner prescribed by law, then that the compenaatlon to be made as aforesaid be ascertained and determined by the court or Judge thereof. And you and each of you are here by notified that on the 19th day ot July, 1905, petitioner will apply to the superior court of the state of Washington, for Spokane county, end to the Honorable William A. Huneke. Judge thereof, at hia courtroom lv the city of Spokane, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m», or as soon thereafter as counsel for petitioner can be heard, for a hearing upon said peti tion, and an adjudication by the court thut the taking of eaid realty In for public use, and Is necessary to the business of petitioner, and for tha fixing of s time ami place nt which a Jury may be celled to determine the compensation to bo made there for. l>ut.-,i tills ltd day ot June, 1108, A 1.1, EN «t ALLEN, Attorneys for Petitioner, P. O. addreea: lti The Rookery, Bpokane, Wasu $