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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS HELP WAJIIID. "Seven" Shorthand —Touch typing. Ten pupils wanted to give exhibitions after one month's training. Good writers do double work and receive treble wagea than the other sort. The one or two finger operators are not worth their salt, nor will a good of flce have them. Pay each lesson, ■top when you like. Business men and women with threo lessons can make their private notes in short hand, and costs but $9. Reporters completed within two months. If you haven't tho money, we will take your note for payment for full course. $«; cash, J35. Call for two minutes' free lesson, then write any word. It Isn't a school or class. You come for 10 minute lessons when you like; so easy, so convenient. Our eldest pu pil is 82, the youngest 13. 3 Lincoln Street, Spokane. cast orr CLOTHING. Positively highest prices paid for •ast off clothing. N223 Stevens. M. nn. ATTOmWITS-AT-IiAW. John P. Judson, lawyer, offlos fourth Coor Hyde block, room* «01-«. «•-«* rtro OBAUBBS. V Standard Fubl ft Ice Co.. BJ«M front TaL •»•• Carbonado, Book Springs and Summit coaL Martin Dolan, manager. SIOOnS HAND GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. TeL M. 80S. lit Blver slde, »"-» DTBXlta AND cr-T.ASTIMO WOBIO. Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Works ft Press Pleat Inn Factory, L. A. LHimnnn, proprietor, has moved to •05 First avenue, near Howard. Phone 2137. No solicitors. PAcmrao TBiiina 00. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel dsllvery. TeL tt» *3°-* HOHSESUOEINO Charles Staley, 210 Pacific avenue, ■outh of N. P. depot. 128-26 FOB SALE. Three fresh milch cows, faml.lv brukc, cheap. Kails City Stables. 225-6 CX.OTKXB CLEANIBS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will Krench dry clean and press pour suit (or 800 or your trousers (or 16o; only S to IB minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. (20 Second avenue. Phone 1212. FOB. SALE—IBAL ESTATE. Everybody knows our $150 lots are best lots In the city (or the money; near car and city water; $8 •r $10 down, balance $5 a month. Come today. Northern Investment Co.. SSO Blverslde nve. Tel. 1111. $ft r> per acre buya the best timothy and stock ranch near Spangle, ami all live stock and farm Implements; tine Improvements and orchard, $1700— one 5 and one Ii room new ■Jiodsrn house, close in, on your own terms. LIGHTS ft CO., • 4 Jamlcson Block. Tel. 12HS. MONEY TO Z.OAB. Loans on furniture, planoa, horaea, •tet; private; no delay. A. A, Har nett (26-6 The Booker*. St-T Loans on long er short Urns, Daniel Bros.. 62T Hyde block. (6-0 TAiXORINO. Ladles' ami gents' clothes cleaned and pressed; also aft Ist le repairing; done. A. Blusson, S Lincoln. Tel. Mil ROOTINCi AND BEPAUIMU. Tin. copper, sheet Iron, atova and furnao-j work. Dairy euppllea. C. Peshak ft Co., o«2i Monroe st »4-It BANKING. Long hours; courteous treatment; special features of transferring; your money to your bank. Inquire State Bank of Washington. Phone 101. FAWN BROKERS. If you wnnt a loan, go to P. Blok ford, S3B Muln avenue. • SOLICITORS WANTED. Address BJ. The Press, giving full aollcltlug experience, address and telephone. HUMMER EXCURSION TO OOABT POINTS. Juno 15 to August 25 the Northern Pacific railway will hnve on sale the usual excursion tickets to Wostport, Tokcland, Long Beach and Clatsop Beach points, etc., at rate of 120 for round trip. Beturn limit, September SO. Good for atopovers at Portland. J. W. HILL. Gen. Agt. BREVITIES Carriage Co. Tel. 187. Fares, ISA Ladles play billiards nnd pool •vary day and evenings at Pflater billiard parlor. A hank necount will give you pres tige among those with whom you have business dealings. Spokane 6t Eastern Trust Co. HATBS UWH AMD CLARK r SIR The Northern PaclAo announces rate of tit SB, Spokane to Portland end return. Oa sale May tt to Octo ber 15 dally; return limit, 10 days. Party rate. It or more, SlLltO; limit, 10 days. Also low rate* .or large parties. Csll at elty offlce, Klegler block, for full partlculnra. J. W HILL. O. A BUSIEST BIG CANAL ON EARTH AT "SOO"—TRAFFIC 30,000,000 TONS CELEBRATION AT SAULT STE. MARIE TO COMMEMORATE THE BEGINNING OF NAVIGATION BETWEEN LAKES SUPERIOR AND HURON 50 YEARS AGO—THE DEVELOPMENT FROM A SMALL CANAL—AN EXPENDITURE OF $12,000,000 WHICH HAS RESULTED IN GREAT RICHES TO MANY. A BIBDSBYB VIEW OF THE GREAT CANAL LOCKS AT SAI'LT STB. MARIE. SAI NT STIC. MARIE, July 2X.~ Fifty years ago navigation between hakes Superior and Huron was made possible by tbe construction of a Canal around the falls in St. Mary's river. It is now the highway tor more ship traffic than any other canal on earth. Tlie fiftieth anniversary of this im portant event is to he observed in the lirst week of August, with a cele bration of International Importance, Men whose names are known the length and breadth of the continent will aitead. Among them will lie ves sel owners, mine owners and capital ists, many of whom have great for tunes that were made possible by Ihe canal. There will be engineers and a host of others Interested in tlie waterway. Visitors to the number of 10,000 are expected. Charles T. Har vey, who supervised the construction of the lirst cnnul, will be lo re. The visitors will be sheltered In the big summer resort hotels and the homes of residents of this city, Congress ami th.' state of Michigan have given recognition to this cele bration by appropriating money for it. Congress gavo $10.nod. Michigan $15,000 and $25,000 was raised by the people of this section. Hon. Peter White of Marquette is at the head of the commission having charge of Ihe celebration. He is an owner of iron mines and steamship lines. An Important feature of the affair will bo tlie unveiling of a blouse monument designed by St. Gaudens, The program Includes the dedica tion and unveiling of this new monu ment, a review of the Third regiment of the state militia, and a reception THE BOY ARTISTS WHO MODEL IN SAND (I'holographed Especially for The Press.) HAMI'L ANl> 1118 LION. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J , July 27.— They told me at the hotel that I most get up early If I would nnd the artists ut work Whan 1 discovered the two lads on thu beach thi' sun had not risen, yet their work wus almost complete The ii it let» are Loriud llumul, a negro boy, und Andrew Tavluna, an Italian. Nelthur la yet HI years of age. Kach morning when it Is clear they build pictures out ol the heach to Governor Warner on the first day, with :i urnnd pyrotechnic display in the evening) a marine parade, speeches by Vice president I'airiianks, Senator Burrows, Peter white and others on the second day, to he fol lowed by another display of fireworks in the evening. Both lireworks dis plays will be shown from an elevation on the outermost pier In full view of the American shore of tho river, where a grandstand large enough to se ;1 t thousands of people has bean erected. Fncts About tha Canal. Originally freight and passengers Were transported around the falls over a portage, near ly three miles in length. The lirst ship canal, con structed by Michigan in considera tion of a government land giant of 750,000 acres, was completed June 4, IBSS, It was a little over a mile in length and cost $1,000,000. The year before the canal was built 12,t00 tons of (might passed over the portage. The year after the canal was opened showed a tonnage of 104,186. Since that time thi> annual Increaae has been about 20 per cent. During the season of ll>o4 the freight that pass ed through the canal amounted to 81,846,1©6 tons. 'I'h.' first canal served from 1856 to 1881, when the Weltsel lock was built to accommodate the larger vessels of that period. It was mole 515 feet iv length and Is still in use. Between isst and 1800 the Pee lock was built on the site of the old state lock. It is SOO feet iv length and has a chamber 100 feet In width from end to end. i The canal since 1891 has been deep-| I en«d to 25 feet. The Poc lock will J BY EVA DIM. sand Kach day they await the fail «>f nickels and dimes that shows tha appreciation or the vlaitora at At lantic City. Much night the waxes wash thu sand pictures away forever "What arc you doing?" I asked as 1 drew near. The negro turned and smiled. He was completing the t til of his Lion of Lucerne. Tha other looked nt me shyly from hig. Her!* ous, pathetic eyes of Italy. Neither spoke "Why do you do this?" I asked. iccommodate vessels drawing 21 feet it' waler. The canal varies in width 'rom 300 to lomi feet, and is none han one and a half miles In length, rhe cost of the Canal and locks since SM has heen ns follows: State locks and canal of ISSS $ 1,000,000 rVeitael lock 1,000,000 *oe lock 3,000,000 tVtdanlng and deepening of canal 3,000,000 Improving the channel through lower courses of St. Mary's river 4,000.000 Total $12,000,000 Some Other Facta of Interest. Hydraulic power from Lake Su jerlor is used in operating the locks. \ pressure of 100 pounds per square nch is secured In the machinery on he Poe lock. The Poe lock can be filled or emp ied In seven minutes. The Weitzel ock la smaller, hut requires as much tme to operate. Before WW, when the old lock was ion trolled hy the state of Michigan, 1 toll of fi VC- cents a ton was Imposed 0 cover repairs and expenses of opsr itlng, but since the locks have heen >perated by the federal government here has heen no charge. Nearly 100 men are employed hy he government In charge of the canal md the parks or government grounds llong the water front. The total operating expenses for !90t were $!>;!,24><. Government engineers are making dans for another widening of Ihe ca inl und a new lock, the total cost of .vhich will he about $11,000,000. TAVI ANA'S ART, "To make v living, miss," answer ed thu negro. Tho Italian loves the work for art's sake. How ran he help It with a Hue of artists anil art Italy hack of him? The negro hoy works be cause he loves animals ami tlmla both support and pleasure from reproduc ing them. "I work to support my mother," said the negro, presently. "lie's an orphan," nodding toward the Italian. I turned, under thu work of tho Italian 1 read "Achilles and Hector." "I 11 get here earlier tomorrow," said tho negro. "He's got the best place. More of Ihe swells walk thut way." "The swells?" I asked. "Yes; them from the hotel. They throw us the dimes." Each morning these artists that hull,l in siinj vie with ouch other tv reach the beach early lo get the bet ter place. Kach morning both try to produce something more beautiful, more Original, more Interesting than was the work of yesterday. They have learned that upon Ihelr Im,, provsment depends their increased Incomes. Their expressive eyes light up with glad nans when thu showers or THE SPOKANE PRESS dimes and nickels prove their suc cesses. The eyes are shadowed with disappointment when a day goes wrong. At night the waves beat out the work of the skillful hands. "They are wonderfully gifted," said a voice at my elbow. "They are. Indeed," I replied. "We want to help them both," the speaker continued. "They must be schooled and trained In this line; both of them have great talent. We are planning now for their education. They know nothing of It." Involuntarily my hand sought my purse. "Here is a little to help so good a cause." PASSES UP MILLIONS TO STAY ON STAGE PRETTY ANTOINETTE PERRY DEFIES GRANDPAP MILLIONAIRE HALL, OF COLORADO—THINKS GOD GAVE HER TALENT FOR FOOTLIGHTS CHICAGO, July 2S.—"I would rather l>e a second Maud Kealy than uwn all the riches in the world." — Statement of 17-year-old Antoinette Perry, member of "Mrs. Temple ton'a Telegram" company, playing at Pow ers' theater, Chicago. And, just as a slight indication that shfc means what she says, Miss Perry, by her decision to stay on the stage, rellnquiabed all interest in her grand father's estate valued at $5,000,000. He had told her that if she went on the stag.- he would disinherit her and her mother, Mrs. Edna Hall Perry, well known club woman of Denver, Col. They are the only heirs. "1 think that Gad when Ho put us on eurth gave each some talent that we were expected to Improve," she said yesterday. "f feel that God has given me an especial talent for acting; and, much aa 1 would like to please my grandfather, I can not give up the stage." Miss Perry Is decidedly pretty Not only that, but she has a "man BROTHER BUTCHERS BROTHER IN BLOODY BAR ROOM BROTHEL TOLEDO, <>. July ll.—There was a bio.uly brotherly cutting affray out In the Lagrange street Polish settle meat l ist night, in which a man was hacked, dtsngurad and nearly sliced to pieces an I murdered by his brother. John OarWOCkl was the victim. Ills brother Peter sl ashed hltu again and again with a simple pocket knlfs that did gWfUI execution The broth ers Use In tho same house a* o 111 Warsaw street. due slash of the knife cut John Oarwosckl'a none completely off An other slash and the knife cut a long, dec], gash along the neck down Into the shoulder, and wi'hln a few Inches of the Jugular Vela. There are. other cuts across the face and back of tho head, hut on top of the head the In juries are particularly bad. One slash right after another, and thu knife was driven down Into the top of thu nil- BASEBALL PLATEM ABS FOOT ■AOEM! 'Louis J Kruger, vx-champlon lung dirt.nice fOOI rucer of Germany and Holland, writes, October 27, idol "burins my training of eight weeks' foot races at Salt Lake City, In April last, i used Uallard'a Bnow Liniment to my greaiool tstlsfsctlon, t here - foir. l highly recommend Know Ltnl ment to .ill who ur* Iron hi ad with aprlne, brut—i M rheumatism." 25c, ( illc, $1 v" bot tin. "Thank you. Everyone feels the same." "I can not bear to think of this work being washed away," I said, as I turned to go. r.orlad Hamul's face smiled up at me as I passed his lion and dropped ■ dime on the mat beside him. An drew Tavlana thanked me shyly as he caught the slight sound made by my falling coin. Both boys love best to model ani mals, but sometimes the face of the president smiles up from the sand, for the negro and the Italian love the president and thus they honor him, these youthful artists that build in sand. MISS ANTOINETTE PERRY. uer." Sho was found engaged in tlie disagreeable task of removing the stage "blush" from her cheeks at the close of an afternoon performance. "I'm going to stay on the stage, but not because I have any great idea to reform It. I'm Just an ordi nary good little woman," she said in her habitually serious voice. "I'm in love with my work and I'm going to stay i.. it as long as tlie public like me. "Qrandpa Mail is cruel to ask me to give up the stage. My work to me is just as Important as his old gold mine is to him; und I'm sure I would not ask him to give up his gold mine." Ex-Senator (• I, Hall of Colorado is rated the third wealthiest man In that state, his gold mine, the "Mam moth," being one of the richest iv the west. From early youth he has had decided opinions of the stage. His antipathy led him first to re nounce another daughter because she had the temerity to marry an actor. conscious ru in's head by the powerful arm of his brother. The trouble started in a saloon at the corner of Warsaw and Everett streets. It continued on the street In front of the saloon, and the argu- ! mi'lil developed into a free-for-all Polish tight. The two Ourwockl brothers were opposed, and the whole battle tli.ally culminated in their brotherly struggle. When your heart fulls, you die 11 is falling when your ioc.iti. u> short after exercises if you have dlssy spells. Irregular pt 11 *c, fainting spell pains iv chest, etc. Don't neglect these .symptoms, they develop very fast (live your heart nourishment and Strength with Dr. Miles New Heart Our*, nnd sa\o c.implications If lirst bottle fails to benefit, money back A word fVOan Josh Wise: Some men ain't worth a cent after they're worth a million. With Its companions, heart burn, flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con stlpatlon, palpitation of the heart, poor blOOdi hSOdSCht and oilier nerv ous symptoms, sallow skin, foul tongue, offensive breath and a legion of other ailments. Is at once tha most widespread no I destructive malady among lliu Amerlc.ia papain. The llerbine treatment will ours i!! these troubles. r.Uc bottle. Sold by DO OB DIE. INDIGESTION ARE YOU SUMMER TIRED? and dealer! at $1 per bottle. Look for the "Old Chemist" trade-mark. Med ical booklet free upon request. Duffy Malt Whiskey Company. Rochester, N. Y. Laces, Trimmings and Ribbon Sale Poglnning Tuesday. August 1, we will give our patrons the benefit of a Jobber's lot of laics, ribbons an 1 trimmings which was purchased by our buyer, who is in New York. This lot consists of a varied assort ment of exceptionally tine qualities In trimmings, laces and ribbons which we will sell out at prices below cost. We have placed these goods in three lots: LOT I—Choice lot of ribbons, braids and laces at 10c per yard. LOT 2 —A better quality at 49c per yard. LOT 3 —A choice selection at 63c per yard. These laces come in the band-run gold and silver thread, silk and cotton, Persian brails, silk and vel vet embroidery and Passementerie. These will ho sold by the bolt if desired ut 10c a holt and up. Our Line of Shirt Waists at Half Price Saturday. Yellowstone Park from Montana, Idaho and Washington points. Tickets on sale for all trains arriving at Living ston evening of August (sth or morning of Aug ust 7th via NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY Take a little time off and see the geysers, paint pots, terraces, the natural cliff, fossil for ests, Grand Canyon, bears and other animals. VERY LOW RATES For further information ask A. Tinling, Gen. Agent, Northern Pacific Railway at Spokane. Send six centa for Wonderland 1905, thirty-five cents for Panoramic Park Picture and fifty cents for a hook of pressed Wild Flowers from Yellowstone Park, two cents for Yellowstone Park folder, to A. M. Cleland, General Passen ger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. If you want your bauk account to grow— SAVE = The Exchange National Bank not only will assist you in saving hut will pay you a liberal interest on your savings. You can open an acount with $1.00 and can then get a Home Savings BanK which will make saving easy for you. 4 per cent, allowed on savings eoropo*j»ded semi annually and your money is ready for you just when you need it. Start Today Exchange National Bank nvx CtKTB Cures a Headache STOW ELI.. riRUO CO., Corner Rlvemtda and Btavana. kre You Completely Run Down? Aro You Listless. With no Appetite, no Am bition? Do You Feel that You Ceo Hardly Draf Yourself Around? lo Your Complexion Sallow? Aro You Fagged Out When You Wake Up la \ the Morning? I Summer days are filled with disease for most peopl-\ Germs of various disorders are In the air you breathe, the water you drink, tbe food you eat. All doctors agree that Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey j» the greatest summer medicine for the wank, wasted nnd run-down in body, nerve nnd muscle. Absolutely free from fusel oil. It strengthens tho heart, enriches tb« blood, tones up nnd invigorates tha whole muscular and nervous system. If you would keep healthy, strong and active, take a little Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey before your meals, nnd put a teaspoonful in every goblet of water you drink. Prescribed by more than 10,000 physicians, and used exclusively in over 2,000 hospitals. Recognised by the Government as n medicine. Sold by all druggists EXCURSION Alma Grocery Ham, home cured, 1b....140 Bacon, home cured, lb.. .140 Lard, home made 10 lbs.. .$1 Lard, home made 5 lbs. .50c Crackers, fine perfection, 3 lb. box 15c Crackers, Long Branch, per package 15c Crackers, graham, 1b... .10c Ginger snaps, per lb 8c Soaps, laundry 7 bars..2sc Soap Fels Naptha 4 bars 350 Soap, Borax Naptha, (5. .250 (iold dust, package 20c Do not forget us with your Saturday order, we are headquarters with prices. bUBR-M'MAHON CO. 'Pnona la. SI s—Ptaaa—llo put mouth. J SECOND AND CEDAR. PHONE 693. n« a* c for ■.kmi Ol KIUt'MMI. tilnii", »»« »»« '•Ma li MH or ptiUuu. u> P.. -.1 I. -•«>»«. 9