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FRIDAY, JTJLY 7, 1908.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS HELP WANTED—MALE. "Seven" Shorthand —Touch typing. Work wanted in lieu of cash for teaching. Tea pupils wanted to give exhibitions after one month's train ing, flood writers do double work and receive treble wages than the other sort The one or two Anger operators are not worth their salt, nor will a good office have them. Pay each lesson, stop when you like. Bus iness men and women with three les sors can make their private notes in shorthand. Reporters completed within two months. If you haven't the money, we will take your note for payment for full course, J45; cash, $35. Call for two minutes' free les gon, then write any word. 3 Lincoln streeet, Spokane. FOR SALE. 217 Crestline street. Union Park, house and lot. Investigate before buying elsewhere. OAST OP*" CLOTHING. Positively highest prices paid for cast oft clothing. NISI Stevens. M. ,1711. ATTO RN ETS-AT -LAW. John P. Judson. lawyer, office fourth floor Hyde block, rooms 40J-4. »<>-«• rtJEL OBALEBS. Standard Fuel ft Ice Co.. SMSI Front TeL 6SS. Carbonado, Rook •prlnga and Summit ooaL Msxtlß Dolan. manager. neons HAND OOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. I 0». 214 River side. •••» DYE IRC* AITS CZdsAHTOQ WO SIR A Parisian 11/eing & Cleaning Works A Dress dentins Factory, L. A. Lehmann, proprietor, has moved to •05 First avenue, near Howard. Phone 21,17. No solicitors. FAOXYXO TBANBYEB 00. Freight, furniture, baggage ana tercel delivery. TeL SIS ISO-e HORSESHOEING. Charles Stnley, 219 Pacific avenue. South of N. P. depot. 12S-28 CLOTHES CLEANERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean and press your suit for 50c or your trousers for lEe; only 6 to IE minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. 620 Second avenue. Phone ISM. rcra sale. SO-aore farm, 1 miles from Foot* Mil poatolflce. Inquire room l, oosVi Sprague avenue, rOB SALE—SEAL ESTATE. Everybody knows our $150 lots nre the best lots ln the city for the money; near rar and city water; $5 or $10 down, bnlanco $5 a month. Come today. Northern Investment Co., S3O Riverside aye. Tel. 1232. $600 buys two furnished houses on East Third avenue, not far out. Oreai bargain, Term;; will he given; only $1000 cash required. LICHTT & CO., (4 lamleaon Block. Tel. 1298. HOTEL Mechanics' hotel, N. B. Pearson, prop. Best $1 a day house In city. Tjnder new management. Remodeled end refurnished. Front and Wash ington. 183-26 MONEY TO tiOAH, Loans on furniture, pianos, horaea etr.; private; no delay. A, A. Har nett 625-6 The Hooker*. C5-T Loans on long .n short time. t>snlel Bros.. £27 Hyde block. 66-0 Money to loan on leal estate. Se curity mortgage, bought J. W. Mor rison & Co.. S and 4 Sherwood block. TAItOEINQ. Ladles' nnd gents' clothes cleaned end pressed; nlso artistic repairing Iflono. A. ltlusson. 3 Lincoln. Tel. Mil. aooriNU Airs befauino, Tin, copper, sheet iron, stove and furnacu work. Dairy supplies. c. Peshak & Co., 0624 Monroe at S4-2S BANKING. Long hours; courteous treatment; Bpeclnl features of transferring your money to your hank. Inquire State Bank of Washington. Phone 201. PAWN BBOKEBS. If you wnnt n loan, go to P, I lick lord, 338 Main avenue. • SOLICITORS WANTED. Address Bit, The Tress, giving full ■eliciting experience, address und telephone. SOCIALIST FAFEB. Dally People la only paper publish ing full report of Industrial union convention in Chicago. 41) cents for three months, 2, 4 New Reade Street, New York. 20S-6 gUMMEB EXCURSION TO COAST FOISTS. Juno It; to August 2S the Northern Pacific railway will have on Bale the Usual excursion tlckots *io Weatport, Tokclind. Long Beach nnd Clatsop Beach polnta, etc., at rate of $20 for round trip. Ileturn limit, September 80. Good for stopovers at Portland. J. W. HILL, Qen. Agt, A word from Josh Wise: "T,> th' victors belongs th' soils," Hid th' inlk.ido, looklu' at th' BMJJ uv Aula, OBSEQUIES IN CLEVELAND OE JOHN HAY thh Casket containing thbj body of joiin hay lying in the hall of the chamber of pommerce tn Cleveland, members of troop a, thh cavalry company famous as president m'kinley's escort at two inaugurations, are ON (H ARD. MANY FAMOUS MEN LIE IN LAKE VIEW A Beautiful Cemetery in Which John Kay Basts—Men of Millions Have Spent Unstinted Money to Embel lish It—Rockefeller's Monolith aad Garfield's Monument. CLEVELAND. 0.. July 7.—Lake View cemetery, where the remains of John Hay were laid at rest, promises to become one of the most famous THE HAY PLOT IN LAKE VIEW CEMETERY, m as it Is one of tlie most beautiful in the country, Located In the (-astern suburbs of the city, it has the appearance of a magnificent park. Its bills and valleys are shaded by carefully nurtured trees of many varieties, the ground Is Covered with turf rich lv color and soft as a velvet carpet, Estab lished by men of wealth as the rost TUB Ct.MVKI.AND CHAKBHB OP COMafBRCB, IN WHICH JOHN HAT'i Budy lay until THE FVNBRAL CKRBMOVIBa. lug place of their dead, it has been kept up without regard to the ex pense involved. Amid tlie mass of green shine the snow white memorials of tho dead. There are elaborate marble vaults erected by wealthy families and stately shafts placed over graves hy people in more moderate circum stances. Modest headstones, simply engraved with the name and the dale of the beginning ami the end of life, appear over many of the mounds. John I). Rockefeller owns a burial plot in the ■cemtery, Over it he lias erected ■ granite raonollth, the larg est in the world. < Crowning a high point In the ceme tery is the mausoleum erected to the memory of President Qartield. it cost j about a quarter of a million dollara nnd tlie money waa contributed by his admirers throughout the world. On n bill near the Garfield monu ment is the grave of the great sec-| retary of state. It is near the grave ' of his son Adelbert, who met his death at New Haven a few years ago! j The remains of the late Senator, Hanna are at rest in Lake View. Cleveland men of prominence, some of them with national reputations, are buried there. The number in- j dudes Joptha H. Wade, many times 1 a millionaire, and one of the found-j ers of the Western Union Telegraph] company. Henry Chlaholm, a ploneeri iv the iron and steel business, lies a} J Lake View, and a statue of him. paid for by a day's wages contributed by each of his workmen, is one of the 1 striking memorials tn the cemetery. Charles A. Otis, another millionaire. Who h'HK held a commanding posi- ; WICKEDEST PHILADELPHIA THE POLICE RAID ON DIVES WITH THE RESULT ANT ARRESTS OF 2000 PEOPLE, SHOW THAT A CITY GIVEN OVER TO GRAFT BECOMES ALSO A CITY SUNK IN VICE OF THE WORST FORMS. Me a and Women High Up Caught ln the Police Hot—Shocking Scenes and Startling Disclosures—A Police Officer Who Xiet Prominent Citizens slip Through la oa the Rack. PHILADELPHIA, .Inly T, -Mayor Weaver's vice raid has shocked Phil adelphia beyond anything that has occurred ln this city. The ordinary citizen never even dreamed of the existence of such conditions. Thai violators of the law, many of them men and women of good stan.ling iv the community, to the number of 2000 or more, oould lie rounded up in • n few hours would have been regarded as utterly Im possible. Weaver did It, though, and the overflowing prisons testllied to the shocking conditions of the under world. Talk of the evil there has been aplenty; it has been a part of the crusade made by the few free news papers against the ring that has con trolled the city. It lias heen dis counted, however, becauae of the claim that it was Inspired by politi cal prejudice. Now, Weaver has laid bare the cor ruption. He shown shown that '•cor rupt and contented Philadelphia ''as applied not only to graft, but to low er forms of vice, He has proved what those on the inside have known for years, and that Is that Philadel phia has been the most open city in the country, Little has been heard of vice in the courts because the prlmlnala wen l not molested. They paid tribute to the police and poli ticians and wore given full swing. The result was o condition of af fairs that would not he tolerated in any other American idly. It was more open and Ragrant than existed ln New York al the lime of the Park hurgt raids To enumerate the evils would be simply to give a full list of the dis orderly houses, opium Joints nnd gambling resorts that have ever thrived In the large cities All have for years been running lv full blast. Temptation confronted the young and the weak on all sides. Weaver's raid has al last given the reign of law lessness v cheek. Ills remedy Is a hard one. Homes have been broken. Men and women who have stood well will go branded to their graves. To them the raid luiH brought a fearful penalty. To the professionally lawless arrest Is a less serious matter, simply a cheek to business. Home of the BSrSIIOOI nnd qutOteet flash houses hi tho town were uitinng those thm wen' raided. Men ami women iv evening clothes were among the prisoners nnd so far as U <J THE SPOKANE PRESS | tinn among the steel manufacturers 'of the country, was buried there only a few days ago. Near the Hay plot t is ;the grave of Amasa Stone, father f.ot Mrs. Hay, who had a national rep -1 utatlon through his connection with | the iron industry and railroad enter ' prises. Men who did not amass great j wealth, hut were notable In scientific and professional pursuits, have been I laid away at Lake View. So it is i that John Hay rests nt last among j the' friends who knew him in the days j before he became it famous diplomat, j who loved him for his many line qual j ities and rejoiced with him in every • victory that led him nearer the ex- Jolted station he reached at last, as , tho, foremost statesman of the world. these were concerned diamonds and other jewels were at discount. Thoy had them to burn, but when it came to the efUCtal test there were few Who had the price of ;i tine or even money enough to pay for a tele phone or telegraph mesaage. Soma of tiie scones when tlie plain Clothea men raided tho houses were almost beyond description. This is j especially true of some of the room houses In the center and northwestern aectiona of the city. Young girls were found in various stages of dishabille und their male companions were not better off so | far as the quantity of clothing was ' concerned. Some of them were Riven opportunity to dress for the street, but there were others who were not dealt with so leniently and disarrang ed or incomplete toilets were the rule rather than the exception. lv one instance a man and his companion were hustled from one of the houses to the station, and when they were arraigned they told that they were man and wife and lived ' in Trenton ai.d had been sent to the j place, Which had been represented to them as a lodging house. No cre dence was given their story; $.100 bail was the decision as to the woman, and $-'."> line so far as the man was concerned. The tine was paid, but it wis late today before a bondsman Could he found for the wife. Their story, by the way, was true, but the' fact that they did not carry their; marriage certificate with them prov ed disastrous. There was another case which at tracted attention A very pretty young woman had been arrested and held to bail. Her companion paid his line and hurried uway to get someone to secure the gill's release. During his absence' the girl made one of the most Impassioned appeals imaginable for freedom, but the magistrate was as adamant. "My husband will kill me If he bears of this," she walled. | Tho judge pricked UP his cars at .this an.i Inquired, "Tour husbandr* "Yes, he will shoot me, as he ought," and the girl -she was scarce ly |0 lost herself lv the crowd. i lo many cases the women, when the police rushed Into the rooms and | announced that they were under ar rest, made frantic efforts to escape. (One sought to leap from a fourth i story window and was pulled back by the heels. In one house eight prominent busi ness men were captured and the IteU lenint, without consulting his su periors. Is said to have allowed the men to go. For doing so he has heen Summoned before the police court of Inquiry and may lose his Job. ln another house the polios found mi lU'ii more prominent men-hunt SECRET OF A MONASTERY VIKNNA, July 7.—A murder mys tery of 30 yenrs' standing has Just heen cleared up, It is announced from Bucharest. Tn Moldavia an old man anil his three sons, all grown up, were discovered one morning murdered. Suspicion fell immediately on the wife of the man, who was missing, and who was known to have lived on exceedingly had terms with her hug* hand nnd sons, who were In the habit of heating her very cruelly and other wise 111-using her. Though a hue and cry was raised, she was never found. There has recently died in the mon astery of Tlbucanl, an aged monk called Vaslle Popovltch, When the body was being prepared for burial it was found that the supposed monk was a woman. She was no other than the missing murderess, it being found she entered the monastery as a man the very morning of tlie murder, which took place only a few hours' Journey off. CHEERFULLY RECOMMENDED FOB RHEUMATISM. O. O. Hlgbee, Danville, 111., writes, December 2, 1901: "About two years ago I was laid up for four months with rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow Liniment; one bottle cured me. I can cheerfully recommend It to all suffering from like affliction.", 25c, 50c, $1.00. THOSE WHO WRITE FOR FUN (Scripps News Association.) KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 7.—The KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 7.—The United Amateur Press association be gan its annual convention in Kansas city today, members being present from many parts of this country and Canada. The association is made up of the editors of college papers and other amateur publications through out the two countries. SPOKANE FALLS It NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOON LAKE EXCURSIONS. Effective June 2 and until further advised, following round-trip rates will be ln effect from Spokane to Loon Lake: On sale Sundays, limit following Monday, $1. On sale dally, limit SO days, $1.50. On sale dally—commutation 20 rides, limit September 15, $10. H. A. JACKSON, General Passenger Agent, and In his company was the fore woman of the shoe department of one of the big department stores of the city. Throughout the night there was scurrying to get money for bonds and to pay flues. CROUP is a violent Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the wind pipe, which sometimes extends to the larynx and bronchial tubes; and Is one of the most dangerous diseases of children. It almost always comes on In the night. Give frequent small doses of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and apply Ballard's Snow liniment externally to the throat. 25c, 00c, ( 11.00, Sold by LAWSON IN KANSAS KANSAS CITT, Mo.. July 7.-- Thomas W. Lawson, of "Frenzied Fi nance" fame, arrived here today en route to Kansas to tell the people Of that state of the iniquitous work ings of the Standard Oil trust and to advise with them ln regard to plans for carrying on their warfare against the octopus. He will paUSS in Kansas City long enough to niakt, B speech at tonight's banquet Of the Knife and Fork club. Kansas is preparing a rousing wel come for the Boston financier. Dur ' ing his stay in the Sunflower State j In- will he the guest of Governor i Hoch. His llrst address Is scheduled , for tomorrow afternoon at the Otta |wa Chautauqua assembly. In addi | tlon to Mr. Lawson the speakers nt I Ottawa are to include District Attor ney Jerome of New York City, Gov. i amor La Follette of Wisconsin, and [Clarence s. Darrow of Chicago. SPECIAL NOTICE. The stockholders of the t'nlon Manufacturing company are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of sail company on Monday evening, July 10. at carpenters' union bead* quarters, Riverside avenue W. EC. SMITH. Secretary. ENGINEERS ARE IN SESSION CHICAGO. July 7.- The American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers began Its annual conven tion here today and will remain In session over tomorrow, Eminent members of the profession are ill at tendance from many points through" out the United States and Canada. CASfORiA For Infanta and Children. Nit Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of SATURDAY Shirt Waists 75c Each One more day's sale of the extra big bargain in ladies' India linon shirt waists, value $1.25. Saturday Skirt Sale One Third Discount for Cash or One Fourth Discount on Time of our entire line of dress and walking skirts; silk, wool and linen. We guarantee style, quality and fit correct; value from $4.25 to $45.00. STARTLING VALUES Scorching Days Tho low prices which made our Great Dissolution Sale such a marvelous success still prevail on all lines not closed out. We are determined to close out all the odds and and during the clearance your are as sured of A SAVING OF 30 TO 40 PER CENT All we ask is that you come to see for yourselves how cheaply and how well we can supply your clothing needs. You had hetter huy your summer cloth ing now and get all the henefit out of it you possibly can and remcmher who is The High Price Breaker-The Low Price Maker The Globe Clothing Gompany 818 Sprague Opposite Model Bakery "Just scan the newspapers and read only books." advised Oovernor Hoch of Kansas. As the governor Is a newspaper man ho knows Just how bad the Kansas papers are. 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 PAYAUTTLEATA TIME. TH ATSOU W*LAJI ...for the... CooKing With Gas Is cool, clean and convenient. There Is no dirt, dost, soot or aabea connected with It. It costs no more to cook with gas than to cook by old fashioned methods. -'liable gas ranges $25.00, $1.00 Down $2.00 a Month Have you teen our booklet? Spokane Falls Gas Light Go. 806-810 Sprague Aye. Cures a Headache BTOWELX. DRUQ CO.. Corner Rtverstde and •tavetuv I 818 Sprague MEN ANOWOMEW^ Ow Bit • tor ouooioml' UM Mf ** "** OUOOIOim. • ■-«■■■ lgWtl»>iPM«lll»J».| iiiiuihm or »taor»l»»— of uoco.l ■»■*>»»■*.) Pol a loot, and nol ailiUv g*«l Of fOOMOUttft. *f7 I ■» ■■.—oilo 1 or ml I. »Ulo »t.pvor; b? «l|rl»j, ►<wJ I*l •I UO M 1 fcHl.ll) » | tlKolol (Ml «• l**MMp