SATUHDAT, JUXT 29, 1908.
•■Seven" Shorthand —Touch typing.
Ten pupils wnntod to give exhibitions
after one month's training. Good
writers do double work and receive
treble wages than the other sort. The
one or two finger operators are not
worth their salt, nor will a good of
fice have them. Pay each lesson,
stop when you like. Business men
and women with three lessons can
make their private notes In short
hand, and costs but »9. Reporters
completed within two months. If you
haven't the money, we will take your
note for payment for full course, $45;
cash, »35. 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 IS. 3 Lincoln
HELP WANTED —FEMALE.
Wanted —■xejer|enee l d lroner. in
land Steam Laundry. Phone «529. tf
OAST Orr CItOTHIHO.
Positively highest prices paid for
east off clothing. N223 Stevens. M.
John P. Judson. lawyer, office
fourth Coor Hyde block, rooms
111-4. »» «'
Standard Fusl ft loe Co.. ■«*>
■"ront TeL 616. Carbonado, Rook
■•rings and Summit coaA Martin
BBOOnS HAHD OOODS.
Highest price paid for second hand
furniture. TeL M. 108. Jl» Rlver
BTHOrO AXTB C-TtANinQ VOBXI
Parlslnn Dyeing & Cleaning Worka
ft Dreas Pleating Factory. L. A.
proprietor, has moved to
106 First avenue, near Howard.
Phone 2137. No solicitors.
PAcnrrio TaimrM CO.
freight, furniture, baggage and
aarcel delivery. TeL ll* tiO-4
HORSES HOE IN Q.
Charles Rtaley. 219 Paclflo avenue
South of N. P. depot 128-21
Three fresh milch OOWB, family
hroko, aheap. Falls City Stahles. 220-6
Th* ■team Clothes Pressing com
pany will French dry clean and press
your cult for 50c or your trousers for
SBe; only 6 to IB minutes required;
good dressing rooms; alterations aad
repairing. 620 Second avenue. Phone
POH BALE—HEAL ESTATH.
flreryhody knows our $160 lots are
the beet lots In the city for the
money; near car and city water; 15
or flO down, balance ft a month.
Come today. Northern Investment
Co., SIO Riverside eve. Tel. 1232.
|3f> per acre buys the best timothy
find stock ranch near Spangle, and all
live Stock and farm implements; line
Improvements and orchard.
11706 —One 5 and one 6 room new
modern house, close In, on your own
LICHTT A CO.,
St Jamieson Clock. Tel. 1208.
MONET TO LOAN.
Leans on furniture, pianos, horeoa,
etnl private; no delay, A. A, Bar>
Bert «>»-« The Booker*. ei-7
Loans on long at ahort time
Dsettel Bros.. 527 Hyde blook. tl •
Ladles' snd gents' clothes cleaned
nnd pressed; also art Ist lo repairing
done. A. Blusson, S Lincoln. Tel.
■oofing abb naPAuaa.
Tin. copper. Sheet Iron, stove and
Vurnaou work. Dairy supplies, c
Peahak * Co.. em Monro* st. »«-*•
Long hours; courteous treatment;
•peclal features of transferring your
money to your bank. Inquire State
Bank of Waahlngton. Phone toi.
If you want a loan, go to P. Blck
ford, S2B Main avenue. ■
Address PS, The Press, giving full
■eliciting experience, addresa and
IfllßlEl EXCURSION TO COAST
Juno IB to August tt the Northern
Bnclne railway will hare on ule the
usual excursion ticket* to Westport,
T«kelir.ii. Long Beach and Clataop
Beach points, etc., at rate of 120 for
round trip. Return limit, September
• ■>. Good for stopovers at Portland.
J. W HILL, Gen. Agt
Carriage Co. Tel. 487. Fares, SSo.
Ladles play billiards and pool
•very day and avenlnga at Printer
MATES LEWIS ABB CLARK TA in
The Northern Pacific announces
gate of 114.(5, Spokane to Portland
•ad return. On aale May SS to Octo
ber IS dally; return limit, SO daya
Party rate, 10 or mora. 111.20; limit,
94 daya Also lew rate* .or large
gartlea. Call at olty offlce, Zlegler
Muck, for full particulars
J. W. HILL, Oh A.
WHERE THEY'LL TRY TO MAKE PEACE TREATY
Room I—Japanese retiring room.
Room 6—Oeneral conference room.
Room 3—Oeneral retiring room. Room
4 —Russian retiring room. Tele
graph and cable offices will be on tho
"LAST DAYS OF POMPEII" TO BE GIVEN
IN SPOKANE WITH SPECTACULAR DISPLAY
Cain's pyrotechnic spectacle,
"The Laat Daya of Pompeii," will
commence a week's engagement In
Sherwood's addition, In the north
western part of Spokane, Friday,
August 4. The Pain shows nre a
haleldooeopc of acres of handsome
ly painted scenery, hundreds of
gaily costumed performers, dar
ing Chariot racing, acrobats, be
witching dancers, stirring music,
gorgeous pageants, glaring lights
ami generous exjlosions of pow
der and a myriad of marvelously
beautiful pyrotechnics. The ex
hibition is an Interesting one, and
depicts in a thrilling manner one
of the most tragic episodes In Ro
man history—the destruction of
ancient Pompeii by the volcano of
Vesuvius. This latter feature is
depicted In a startling manner,
und the spectator trembles for the
safety of the hundreds of actors
who nre seemingly buried beneath
the fiery debris of the fallen city.
Following this scene of chaos
nnd destruction comes the real I
event of the night, a brilliant din
play of Pain's Manhattan beach tire
works, and for nearly an hour the
huge amphitheater anil the space
above It is ablaze with beautiful and
Universal occult society—Rev. l.
Nagell Foster of Seattle will conduct
services at the First Unitarian
church, coiner of Sprague avenue and
Jefferson street, at 8 p. m. Sunday.
The subject of the evening discourse
will be The New Idea of God und
Its Advantages Over the Old." Tho
lecture will be followed by psychic
messuges. Roy. B. F F. Foster will
also be present and demonstrate tho
power of the spirit. An Invitation Is
extended to all who are seeking the
light along tlie new paths of investi
The Salvation nrmy will have spe
cial meetings, beginning Saturday
evening and continuing all day Sun
day, July 2!) and 30. The special
leaders will be the new divisional
staff, consisting of Staff Captain and
Mrs. Faulkner and Secretary Ensign
Parker. They will bo assisted by Ad
jutant W.u.i and Captain Thoen of
the women's social work. Ensign
Shanley of the men's social work and
m rust vim
NKW A'OltlC, July 29.—County
Clerk Thomas L. Hamilton and his
friends ore conlldent tliat he Is to be
the candidate of the republican or
ganization for mayor. They say that
ho will ho endorsed by the Municipal
Ownership league und the Hearst
clutis. According to Information
given out this week, an understand
ing has been reached between the re
publican county Organlgation and the
Municipal Ownership league by which
v fusion between these two forces
will be affected for the coming mu
nicipal campaign. Thut fusion con
templates tlie nomination of Hamil
ton for mayor. It la said, and who
ever Hearst and his followers decide
upon for controller. The man at
present most talked of for controller
ou the proposed fusion ticket Is Mar
THB GF.NF.RAI, STORK AT THE KITTKRY, MB., NAVY YARD.
third floor, and all messages will go
out on the polo shown outside the
coiner of the building. The confer
ence rooms on the second lloor have
been titled with shades at the win
SCENE FROM PAIN'S "LAST DAYS OF POMPEII."
novel designs of pyrotechny. lence provided for comfort and safety.
The Hig "Pompeii" amphitheater j Especial attention is shown to the
haa a comfortable Heating capacity little ones, and many comic fireworks
for fully 10,000 people, with every devices are shown for their especial
.■easor.ablo precaution and conven- pleasure.
Adjutant A. IV Slote of the corps.
There will be special music and sing
ing. The new divisional territory
comprises eastern Washington, Ida
ho, Montana and Wyoming, and gives
ftpokane headojuarterg a larger corps
than they bad before the change.
The Viral Evangelical church will
hold Its services tomorrow at the
Centenary Presbyterian church, cor
ner of Indiana avenue and Mill
street. Sunday school, 1:30 p. m.;
preaching service, 2:30 p. m. The
pastor, Rev. E. J. Fleer, will preach
on the subject, "The Righteousness
Which is Required to Sinter the King
dom of God."
j — I
j At the First Haptlst church, cor
ner of Lincoln street and Second ave
nue. Or. O. W. Van Osdel, the pastor,
will preach at 1(' :B<> a m. on "Some
Elements of Success." There will he
no evening service. BlblO school at
noon. Young Peoples meeting at 7
p. m. Midweek meeting, Wednesday
tin W. Littleton, Brooklyn borough's
president. Tbe proposed fusion does
not take Into gcoount the Citlxens'
union. It Is not the intention of tho
republican organization. It is sold, to
make any great effort to conciliate
Its former chief ally in fusion cam
Playground for Mothers.
One innovation this year In the va
cation schools Is Ihe establishment of
seven playgrounds for mothers and
babies In Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The design Underlying the selection
.of these places comprehended a cool
and comfortable resort for social en
tertainment among the women, and
the giving to them of valuable In
struction |n the care of children. The
corps of Instructors at each are do
mestic science teachers, trained
; nurses and expert klndcrgai tners.
Talks are given übout dirt and the
( care of babies along scientific lines
uud the means by which children can
he amused rationally and profitably.
In the domestic science classes the
teachers and trained nurses give
special instructions on diet In the
torrid season, including the prepara
tion of food, and also on measures
to be taken to avoid heat pros!ra
tions, and what la to be done If
Seeing Stable Owned by Women.
dows, long green cloth-covered li
brary table*, couches and chairs. The
conferees will enter the building by
the wide doorway shown on tlie left,
and make their way to the second
Despite tha brave start made by
Mrs. Herman It. Duryea and Mrs.
Harry Payne Whitney In the way of,
a ratting stable at the Saratoga'
track, there seems little probability
nf fashionable women in this country j
taking up the sport, except for the
fancy of the moment. Although at
the time the two young matrons com- !
blned to form the firtlm name of "Mr |
Roalyn" three years ago. It was said
they were in the business of keeping
a racing stable, and that other
prominent women would be encour- j
aged to take an active Interest also,
nothing came of It. Maybe Mr. bur- I
yea and Mr. Whitney had something
to say about that. Still, the stable 1
of "Mr. Roslyn" was probably the
most successful in the history of the
turf, it never having been beaten.
The stable consisted of one horse,
which started once ami won.
Desertions Become Serious.
Not for years has there been so
few men In the local marine barracks,
and the officials are puzzled to know
how to fill out the necessary posts.
Indeed, several guard |M>sts have been
abandoned, and in those which must
be kept up the force has been cut I
sometimes In half. The strength of
the corps at the barracks Is now
only 260, whereas the normal strength
for years has been loft. The chief
reason, according to an authority In i
marine corps matters, for the low |
state of the corps nt the Brooklyn
barraoka at the present time Is the |
large number of desertloiiH from the
big warships. "More men" has been
the cry for mora than a month from
the commanding officers of many of
tho largost veaaelg of the North At
lantic tleot, nnd still tho cry is "send
us more." Much has been said about
the desertions from the navy In the
last year, but It is now asserted that
the marine corps has fallen off, and
then 1 appears to be little chance of
any Immediate Increase. The entire
force of the corps should be 1 4,000,
and It is 1100 short at the present
time, with every groaned of a fur- |
ther depletion ns a result of the hot
Will Dlscuaa Insurance Batea.
Announcement Is made officially
that tho Grand Council of the Royal
Arcanum of New York state will
meet In Buffalo next Tuesday to take
action on the rates of Insurance re
cently tabulated by the supreme body j
of the Order. This Is the rtrst time,
Iv 2H years that a Gland Council of
the Royal Arcanum has been called
In special session It Is expected
that the subject of Insurance rates
will be thoroughly discussed and v
tuble of rates adopted.
Bartiea for Boys and Oirla.
Confronted in this dull season with
the need of doing something to drive
THE SPOKANE PRESS
floor by an elevator just Installed.
Armed marines will picket the build
ing to keep sightseers and all un
authorized persons from intruding.
away dreariness, Newporters are giv
ing "Juvenile parties." There are
many handsome boys and girls In the
City hy the Sea, and It seems the at
tractive youngsters are in a fair way
to he killed with kindness, for an
unusual amount of attention is being
upon them. Mrs. Philip
.Lydig often entertains the children
|of the colony with lavishness and
The way she doles out
"Sweets would make a careful doctor
Vhake his head dubiously. Still, her
parties are not for the youngsters
exclusively. Guests Include grown
up relatives, who seem delighted to
find an occasion where they may
, DES MOINES. la., July 29.—
"Judge! I want you to make that
fellow quit ooming Into my yard and
Up on my porch to talk religion to
me," said Mrs. Emma Miller In Jus
tice Christy's court yesterday.
"I don't want to be converted and
I'm not going to either. I don't know
what his old religion Is and I told him
any number of times to get out of
"I don't want to be converted and
I'm not going to either. I don't know
what his old religion Is and I told him
any number of times to get out of
"I've got to work and I ain't got
time to fool around with no religion
It would be all right if he just talked,
I have endured that so long thut I
guess I could endure It a littla bit
I longer, but the trouble Is that when
i ever I don't listen to what he Is try-
I ing to learn me he gets mad und be
gins calling me names.
| "The other day hi' prayed with me
| a long while and then when I told
' him to get out of there, why he cuss-
I ed a blue streak for half an hour and
said that if I bud been a man he
would have licked the tar out of me.
"Then he bumped against me on
|my porch and interfered with my
Mrs. Miller lives In the 3500 block
on North Fifth street. She had filed
a charge of assault and battery
against a neighbor named Q. H.
HYDE HELD TRAIN
WHILE HE DRESSED
NEW YORK, July 29 —At the re
quest of James H. Hyde, a Ixjng
Island passenger train was held at
the Ilayshore station half all hour re
cently. Accoidlng to the Hayshore
people Mr. Hydo frequently has trains
stopped for him.
Because of his stock holdings in
the Pennsylvania railroad which con
trols the Long Island system Hyde
is looked upon with awe by conduc
tors and station agents along the
When Hyde's valet awakened him
one morning recently ami told him he
hart less than live minutes to catch
the 9:11 train Hyde sprung from his'
bed and rushed to tlie telephone. He
Called for the station agent and or
dered him to hold the train until he
got lo tlie station.
1 The agent did us he was told. When
JJie train came in the agent repeated
Hyde's message to the conductor.
More than 100 passengers were on
the train. The train arrived In Long
Island I'ity 40 minutes late
It Is said on gOOd authority that
Hyde, because of the criticism against
him in the Equitable, will give up
his residence In America and make
his home abroad the rest of his life.
He is said to feel the criticism
A man who compounds or Improves
something Is entitled to thu largest
share of the profits from (tie sale of
the article, so he patents or copy
right*. Patented goods aro good
goods, poor goods are never patented.
We have 25 years of trial to prove
we have the neat medicine compound
ed for the cure "f dyspepsia, sick
headache, blllouai ) <. mdlgeetton and
all stomach dlsi ' erg. We protect
the public by keeping the formula a
secret; as long as we make It we
know it is made right. This medicine
is Dr Ounn's Improved Liver I'liis.
|( centa per ho* at druggists, tine
for i dose Made hy Dr. Bosanko Co.,
Philadelphia, la. For sule by all
HALIFAX, N. 8., July 29—The
Newfoundland «• :lis g steamer Nep
tune, under charter by the Dominion
government, sailed today for Hudson
Bay with supplies and relief for the
Canadian expedition sent there last
year on the steamer Arctic The
Neptune will land supplies of coal at
Cape Chedley, near the Hudson Strait
entrance, and Cape Wolstenholme, at
the extreme end of the eustern coast
of the bay. A small force of mount
ed police goes along to relieve those
now on the coast of Hudson Bay.
BtJBI CTTR3 FOB PILES.
Itching Plica produce moisture and
cause itching. This form, as well as
Mind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles,
nre cured by Dr. 80-san-ko's Pile
Kemedy. Stops itching and bleeding.
Absorbs tumors. 50c a Jar, at drug
gists, or sent by mail. Treatise free.
Write me about your case. Ur. Bo
sanko, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale
by nil druggists.
Old Remedy. Sow Form.
Never Known to Pail.
Tarrant's Extract of Cu
hebs and Copaiba in
The tasteless, quick and
thorough cure for gonor
rhoea, gleet, whites, etc.
Easy to take, convenient
to carry. Fifty years'
successful use. Price $1
at Murglttroyd's, Riverside and Post
street; Watson Drug Co.'s, Riverside
and Washington, Spokane; or by mnll
from The Tarrant Co., 44 Hudson
street. New York.
To the stockholders nf the Mar
guerite Gold Mining and Milling com
Whet-ens, the aforesaid corporation
has recently acquired additional prop-'
erty and It is deemed advisable by
the trustees of said company to in
crease the capital stock of said cor
Now therefore, to that end take
notice that a meeting of the stock
holders of the Marguerite Gold Min
ing and Milling company will be held
Saturday, September 23, 1905, at 4
o'clock p. m. at No. 321 Rookery
block, city of Spokane, Spokane coun
ty, Washington. Tlie object of the
meeting will be to increase the capi
tal stock of said corporation from
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000.
R. A. HUTCHINSON, Trustee.
T. J. JOHNSTON, Trustee. •
T. P. REARDON, Trustee.
Greatest Amusement Place
will play brightest, latest
Waxed floor in tyrant!
0. K. MI
513 MAIN AYE.
saAKAT NEWTON, . . •ro.rlet**,
Itchy MMitiii Tci Nagqeh
A Busy Medletne for Busy Beopls
Brings Ooldea Health aad Beaewea
A specific for Constipation. Indi
gestion, Liver and Kidney Troubles,
Pimples, Eczema. Impure Blood. Bud
Breath. Sluggish Bowels. Headache
»nd Backache. It's Rocky Mountain
Tea In tablet form, 38 centa a box.
Oenulne made by Holllster Druv
Company, Madlaon. Wis.
•cldan Snsveto tox Sallow Beople,
k AND BLADDER
r luh C*»mU
SPOKANE, AT BOOH AVENUE AND A STREET
Two Daya Only, Friday and Saturday
THE ONLY CIRCUS EXHIBITING IN NEW YORK
Coming Here, Just aa It Gladdened the Nation's Metropolis.
Six Sublime, Surpassing, Superb, Sensational Surprises
BEPBODCCTIOB OF THE GORGEOUS DELHI DURBAR
Just as the Grand Ceremonial Pageant Was Produced in India.
THE DIP OF DEATH
A Lady Looping the Gap in an AUTOMOBILE.
A fascinating, fearful, flitting, fugacious frolic with fate. The absolute
limit to which mortals may tempt death with impunity.
THE HIGHEST PBICED ATTRACTIOH EVER KNOW*.
Just think of it! A young lady receiving $100 cash every clock tick for a
somersault in an automobile.
VOLO, THE VOLITANT
FLYING THROUGH SPACE ON A BICYCLE.
A Full herd of Giraffes. 3 Herds of Elephants. 2 Droves of Camels
Smallest horse in the world, jump Ing horses, leaping ponies, gymnastlo
feats, acrobatic acts, 100 thrilling ac ts, JOO expert performers, the Welsh
giant, troupe of midgets, Scandinavia n vocalists, musicians and dancers.
The Grandest and Most Costly Show Ever Projected.
Two Exhibitions Daily, at t and Bp. M. Doors Open aa Moor Mar lie*.
Admission to the whole show, wit h a seat. 60 cents. Children under Id
years, half price. Reserved and prtv ate box seats extra, according to loca
tion. All reserved seat tickets are nu mbered and have coupons attached.
Private box and reserved seats for a ale at the Scully Drug company, SIS
Riverside avenue, and on the ground »at hours of opening. All seata hava
foot-rests All tickets sold at regula r prices. Beware of parties charging
lie 1 <
Owing to the Stupendous Siae of the
MO STREET PARADE WILL M
Hut a High Class and Very Expensive
rree Show Will Be Oiven on the
One Hour Before the Doors Are Open.
r«i»« m KIDNEY
I Trouble* in
•■fM'lef to Co#i>-
Boone Avenue and Broadway Oars Direct to
General Admission, including sen, 50c
RESERVED SEATS, $1.00. BOX SEATS, $1.50
The iNaialorium Park
EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING EXCEPT
MONDAY AFTERNOON. SPECIAL AMATEUR
NIGHT EVERY THURSDAY. THOSE WISHING
TO TAKE PART APPLY TO THE NATATORIUM
THEATER AT 2 P. M. THURSDAYS.
The Scenic Railway
The Swimming Pool
ARE HEAT ANNIHILATORS.
COME TO THE NATATORIUM PARK WHERE
YOU CAN ENJOY LIFE IN A COOL PLACE.
Friday, Aug. 4.
LAST DAYS OF
Will exhibit in Missoula,
August 10; Walla Walla,
August 14; North Yakima,
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