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TUESDAY, ATJOTJTST 23, 1905.
ELECTED MAYOR OF PLAYGROUND
CITY AFTER A HOT CONTEST
BOYS OF NEW YORK TENEMENT DISTRICT TO RULE IN NEW YORK PLAY
GROUND—GIRLS NOT ALLOWED TO VOTE AT THIS UNIQUE ELECTION
AND THEY SHOW THEIR DISPLEASURE—LIVELY CANVASSING BEFORE
BALLOTS DROPPED—BOYS TO BE POLICEMEN—A BRIGHT NEW IDEA.
MAYOR NAT KASK.
NKW YORK, Auk. 22. ]p the heart
of the thickly congested lower East
side s new municipality has arisen.
Its growth has been almost like that
Of boom towns in the west that
Spring up in a night.
Hoys constitute the citizens of this
playground city. Otrls may visit and
play there, hut hoys alone (ill the
offices and run the government,
These lads are sons of Immigrants
who have come to this country within
the last few years. Their fathers
prise the right to vote as the most
precious privilege that has come to
them In the new land. So, like father
like son. these youthful Bast Blders
have longed for the privilege of u\'ng
the ballot, Their time came when
Hamilton Irish park, a big play
ground, was opened in the heart of
-'-lie tenement district.
The park has been given Into the
care of the youngsters and they rule
It as thought it were their own.
Daniel T, Kelly, supervisor of play
grounds, originated the novel plan.
Ills idea was to have a tegular city
government, with all tlie ottiees held
by hoy frequenters of the park. Thus
there should he added to their games
a lesson in practical polities,
Nathan Kase was chosen mayor at
nn (lection that for spirit and hust
ling would have done credit lo Tam
many. There were also elected a
president of the council, controller.!
five presidents of the different bor
oughs and Lii diminutive city fath
ers. K.iso's opponent was Sam Me
lltscr, who run on an anti-corruption
platform. Pure party politics was the
Kase slogan.
For days before the election the
young campaigners canvassed every
tenement house In the neighborhood
or the playground. The older people
became as tensely partisan aa those
or tender years, and the respective
merits ~r the different candidates
were discussed by the tailors bending
• Over their work In tha heated sweat
shops, by the hundreds of push cart
Owners, Htid the mothers over their
tubs and in the little kitchens,
The little girls of the neighbor
hood took on decidedly haughty airs.
Equal suffrage was talked of but not
extended to them.
"Perhaps we'll lei the girls vote
next time," was the meditative re
sponse of Mayor Kase, after the
polls were closed 'They ain't much
good In sports, but I heir ballots w ill
count."
aii the day that the little white
pieces of paper fluttered down Into
the ballot boxes the feminine por
tion of Hamilton Irish park, al least
the younger part of It, gathered In
scornful groups on the Outside of
tho park fence and jeered at their
brothers. They were no I to be en
tirely outdone by the more fortu
nate sex, nnd at least they could bear
n banner. Utile girls, tall gills, fil
girls, thin girls, girls who were iv
rags and those who were neatly
froeked and their hair ideated into
stiff tlghl braids, paraded on election
day, and this was the Incendiary
statement thai their blue banner
•ore i
"Women has rites,
"And we have rose in our might,
"The ban,l that rooks the cradle
rules the world."
But tho boys never even knew
that they were there.
The day of the election was damp.
It poured all day, but thai did not
matter to the enthusiastic lads who
were exercising their masculine pre
rogative for the llrst lime. There
were some sluggards, bill the ward
workers of tho various candidates
were soon „„ hand to drag them from
their beds.
True grown-up parly methods were
also resorted to by too partisan fol
lowers. One lad was found trying to
stuff the ballot box. while another
attempted the repeating act in voting
under a falsa name.
One youngster Insisted thnt he had
been assured that he would be made
commissioner of police If bo delivered
SAM MELITeUSR,
Defeated Candidate for Mayor.
I 100 votes for Nat Kase. Hut the suc
cessful candidate, when the returns
were announced, boldly declared that
fhe had never made any ante-election
I promises.
The hoys who have been elected
to office are expected to aid In the
care of the park and to superintend
the play of the smaller chaps. The
presidents of the various bo roughs
are leaders in the different field sports
while before the council all mailers
relating to the good government of
the playground city will he brought
with the mayor as head of all.
The playground city Is to be policed
by 2n cops, who will report to the
1 imlsslonor of police. This is a
much sought office and any number
of utile fellows have their sparkling
eyes yearningly upon it. for the chief
Is to be an exceptional tlgure In that
he will wear a real silver badge, One
of the gifts in the hands of Mayor
Kase Is that of chief of police and he
Is beßleged for the job.
Superior Kelly and Commissioner
of Parks Pallas Will probably extend
the plan to other parks and, in the
end, organize a state f./. ni of gov I
ernment, I
©hue* BsMj St>@wjo
The Scheme of Mrs. Armytage
Stubbornness of Man Avails But
li.ttle Before the Power of
Woman's Will.
By Alfred Blade.
(Copyright, 1908, b y th,- Newspaper
Bnterprige Association, i
Armytage waa what his friends
called eccentric, and hie relatives
condemned aa queer,
it was only iii n alight ,iegi that
Armytage'a eccentricity showed it
self in hla wi iiluge,
But hla queerness waa principally
noticeable in hla clothes, which were,
t» say the least of It, absolutely dls
graocful.
He was not mean at all; everything
his wife wanted, or only th.MiKiii she
wanted, he gave her at onoe. when
she passed down the street other
women would rush t,. the windows
and gage through the curtains; and
as soon as she had turned the corner
they w0,,1,1 withdraw will, a sigh
and break their hearts all the after
noon trying to cop, her hat.
This elegan >nly m ole the con-
trast of Armytage all the more dis
tressing by 1,,.,- side n e appeared
dingy lo the last degree, Armytage
was in no way disconcerted; his cos-
tume was part "f his philosophy. He
passed off the matter thus: "My
clothes ari' baggy, granted; but they
are at least comfortable. 1 wear n
flannel shirt; it does not .heck the
circulation of my blood, and my neck
Is nt ease. My boots are roomy; I
can walk in miles without feeling
it, and I never suffer from corns. I
like a soft felt hat; there are no red
rims around my forehead, nor signs
of my hair falling off,"
II was In vain that Mrs Armytage
protest.,l. She told him he was a
dlsgraos to the honored profession
of literature that he belonged to; he
Said be knew it already, She averred
thai i pie aii laughed at him; he
answered that he was glad lo be ~
cause of BUCh Innocent enjoyment.
Ho sin' was forood to resort to
strategy; nml after many headachy
sfternoona of contemplation at laal
hit on a plan. Bvery Friday Army
tags took lunch with one of his Pill
tors. Ills wife timed him, ami one
morning followed him; lum inal while
ho lunched, in another restaurant
near; B/alted till he was OOtUlOg home
SHOW MEN
ORGANIZE
DETROIT, Mich., Aug. 22.— The
annual convention , f the Michigan
state Detail Shoe Dealers' associa
tion opened ils session here this
morning with n large attendance.
Besides members from various parts
ill' this stale delegates from similar
organizations in Wisconsin and other,
states were present with a view of
conferring with the Michigan shoe
men concerning the formation of a
national organisation, There is a.
strong feeling in favor or such a
national organization and it is be
lieved the convention Which opened
here this morning will take the initi
ative iv Starting the movement.
Norway Is likely to form a repub
lic. Now is tin- time to subscribe for
the storthing Record,
and had got nearly as far as Som
erset House
Then she looked about for an in
nocent accomplice, iv which fortune
—or was it providence? -helped her
considerably. For an esteemed house
holder of Tooting had come that
morning to search the records of
births; he had brought his eldest son
up for the outing, which youth, a pre-
COCioua prig of 10, was walking up
and down outside, where he had been
THH TRAFFIC was COMPLKTKLY
BLOCK BD.
about an hour, ami wax likely to re
main for another.
Mrs. Armytage addressed him. ami
■I lily got oognlaanoe of those
faels: ami OOtttlnulnf her talk In a
mothorly way, al last K i n |„|,, con .
Bdenoe
"Would >"U like In ,|,i ~„. ~
tavorT" she Hid.
•Yes," ktammeleil Hie oilier, If
It is nothing wrong, you know."
"Of course not," with a smile. "I
want you tn help me in my work of
charity. I see so much misery around
me In the streets, and I do my hest
to relieve it. |j u t where a lady is
alone with these poor rough men that
she seeks to assist It is sometimes
embarrassing, You must feel that,
I am sure."
"Certainly," answered the goose
from Tooting, with the air of much
superior knowledge.
"May 1 make you, then, my al
moner? See, here arc some coppers;
you musf distribute them among the
poor persons you think deserving."
"I will do so with pleasure; it is
our duty to relieve the sufferings of
others."
"What a good young man you ale!
Why, look! here comes a poor man
to commence oa. How wretchedly
he is clad, and how hungry he looks!
I am sure you can not find a more
worthy object for our charity. Now
I must go."
Armytage sailed Into view; his
Clothes seemed more disreputable
than ever. He suddenly felt a press
ure on his arm; It was the young
gentleman from Tooting.
"Poor man!" said he, in a sad,
sympathetic voice, "here is a penny."
Armytage beamed into a smile;
quite abstractedly he took the penny
the other held out.
"What has brought you to this sad
plight?" asked the agent'of charity.
"Are you an incorrigible drunkard,
or did you make one false step and
have to go to jail?"
Armytage looked round dazily.
"What the " he commenced; but
his benefactor interrupted him.
"Do not thank me," he cried. "I
only do my duty. Stay, here is an
other penny; hut. T implore you, do
not spend it in debauch."
Armytage was trying to remember
"Poor man'" she sighed, "do not
lose heart. Here | s a little booklet
I will leave you, 'A JSrand Plucked
Prom the Burning; or the Repentant
Housebreaker.' Yon must read It
very carefully, and take it well to
heart; it meets your case exactly."
The traffic on the pavement was by
this time completely blocked; pedes
trians who were in a hurry had to
pass into tlie road, where they im
peded the omnibuses and seriously
annoyed the cabmen.
II was then that Armytage recov
ered his presence of mind; hurling
the money to the ground he said ns
quietly as the consciousness that his
sanity was slipping away would let
him—
"My good people, v | s not your
fault you are not all In the bug house,
though why you are not there Is
certainly owing to tlie gross neglect
of the authorities. I am no beggar,"
he cried. "Here, look at that!"
And In conclusive proof he drew a
handful of gold and silver from his
pocket. The policeman's worst bus
where he was; whether he was mad,
or only dreaming. The crowd in
creased; for it is astonishing where
everyone is so busy and the world
walks so fast, how many people can
be found to stop and look at some
thing that iloes not concern them in
I lie least.
"Poor fellow!" groaned one of the
multitude. how hungry he looks!
It's a long lime, 1 expect, since he
has tasted food."
Which fallacy Armytage's breath
could at once have belied, but charity.l
though It begins at home, never stops
anywhere else afterward
"Corns on, old man." said the mer
chant who sold matches farther down
the road, "you and me'll go and have
a steak."
ArmytSjge turned round wearily: "I
hardly think." he remarked, ' tha; my
intellect is equal to the strain of tlie
conversation."
uo.--i imidh io im commented a
newsboy on the outskirts. "1 lay
he's been a clergyman or something.''
"Or a barnstormer," said a sand
wich man. Who had had a gooj deal
of experience in bis way.
A corpulent city man bustled up.
"YOU come to my office tomorrow,"
be said, -and I'll give you a job as
a light porter." and he left his card
in tlie astonished author's out
stretched hand, which still contained
the two pennies
a thin, pale-faced lady had found
her way to the front.
plclons were confirmed; he approach
ed and tapped Armytage on the
shoulder. "You had better come
quietly, young man."
"What for." asked Aunytage.
"That money was not come by hon
estly, you know."
"Of course not; j am a literary
man. Here's my card with my name
ami address; and im going home
now, so make room "
"Not so fast," said the policeman,
but he look the cud That altered
the complexion id' affairs a little.
The crowd dispersed grumbling.
Armytage moved awdy at a pretty
brisk rate. On tlie other side of the
way Mrs. Armytage was m arly ohok-j
Ing herself trying to Ihukli and drink
lea at one and the same tiiKv
The iirst tailor's shop to- cams t.»i
Armytage went In. He was too press-!
Sd to have a suit to measure ,ho I
bought a complete outfit ready made, j
His old things he told them to sink!
In the river or send to the heathen] j
and he walked home In hoots that
pin. bed and a high hat that hurt and
a coal so tightly buttoned that It
greatly incommoded his respiration.
flushed and 111 at ease be arrived
at his own threshold, Miss Army
tage ape Bed the door with s smile;
with her own hand she helped him ;
off. with his cuirass-like overcoat.
"Why. Jack"' she cried. "how
smart you look, quite military, 1 de
clare' Come, you shall take me to the
theater this evci Ing."
And she drew him into dinner, and
smiled again. And the more Army,
tags thingfe of that smiie n,e more
he is inclined to reg ret that be gave
those clothes to the heathen.
CONSVMFTION THREATENED
— — •• • . i t.flra
t I nger, 111 Maple street. Cham
paign, 111. writes: "I was troubled
with a hacking cough for a year nnd
1 thought I bad consumption 1 tried
a meat many remedies and was under
tlie cars oi physicians Tor Severn!
months, 1 used one bottle ~f |.-, ,| ~%•'•'•»
Honey and Tar It cured „„. ,„ , J
base not been trouble I since" Bold
by chas. McNab, 401 Riverside ave
nue. ...
THS SPOKANE PRESS
W. H. DENISON, THE AM ICR I CAN WHO HAS ENTERED THE
JAPANESE DIPLOMATIC SERVICE, AND A. SATO, KOMURAS
GIFTED SPOKESMAN TO THE PRESS.
FALL SCHEDULE FOR
FOOT BALL GAMES
SEATTLE, Aug. 22.—The Univer
sity of Washington 'football schedule
for the coming season is now prac
tically complete, as follows: Octo
ber 7, Whitworth college, Tacoma or
Seattle, October 14. Whitman college,
■eattie; October 2s, University of
Idaho, Moscow; November 2, Wash
ington State college. Pullman; No
vember 11, Sherman Institute (In
dian), Seattle; November is. Univer
sity of Oregon, Seattle; November 30,
VETERAN
SOLDIERS
IIN SESSION
BONNICAtrTLB, N V , Aug. 22.—
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Association
of Wayne County opened Its twenty
third annual reunion here this morn
ing. This morning there was an in
formal gathering and in the afternoon
memorial services will be held. At
the meeting tomorrow Several prom
inent speakers will address the vet
erans. The reunion will hist all
through the week.
SUNDAY EXCURSION, ST. JOE
The Northern Pacific will continue
the Sunday excursions to St. Maries,
Terrell's and St. Joe during the sum
mer. Train will leave Spokane 8 a
in. for Coeur d'Alene. Steamer Oak's
leaving there on arrival of train for I
a delightful ride across the lake and
up the St Joe river, arriving at Per
roll's about 2 p m . where stop of i
30 minutes v. 11l he made for dinner.
Those preferring to d v> can take ,
lunch baskets and »ii lunch on the
boat, Returning train will arrive
BpokanS about j p. m. Pure for the
round trip 11.
HfISS LA RUE
IS THE WINNER
Miss Pearl La RU* recited a story
ot her own composition and won the
Damoreal medal last nlghl at the
op— ,
a w n 'oi fill tonic for the su-k and
gßtlcted del Strength, health and
happiness by usi Hollieter s Rook)
Mountain Tea this month. A braotng
Pa mI I . me llclne.
la cuts. Tog or
Tablet! ■ 1,1 by
IGASfORIA
A m * W ■ SB sb mm * SB
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and nas been made under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
I " Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger tha
health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drop 3 and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance.
Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It
relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and
Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach
and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho
Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CENTAUR COMPANY. TV MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
AIDES TO THE ENVOYS.
Bears the Signature of
Oregon Agricultural college, Seattle.
Negotiations are pending for a game
In Seattle October 11, which will com
plete the schedule.
Two of the 15 new members of the
faculty at the University Of Washing
ton hive arrived preparatory to the
opening of college. They are Dr.
Venderveer Cuatlis from Harvard, as
sistant professor of economics, and
Professor Frank Marlon Morrison, is
■ostant professor of mathematics,
who come,, from Akron, O.
Rtllyard contest. Her recitation Is
entitled "A Little Stray Sheep." She
will recite it by request at the con
test to be given tonight at the Jef
ferson Street Methodist church on
the corner of Jefferson street nnd
■harp avenue. She will not he a
competitor in this contest.
Miss Donna Mead last eight won
the second honors. She recited "The
Drinking House Over the Way."
BAR HARBOR
HORSE SHOW
BAR HARBOR, Me., Aug 22.—The
annual horse BtIPW, the principal
event of the social summer season of
this fashionable resort, opened at
Robin Wood Park this afternoon The
number of entries is unusually large
tins year and the attendance at the
Opening today WSS very large. Many
prominent society people from Uos
tou, New York and Other cities were
present.
' Were you in the theater when the
leading woman leproved the people Tn
the box for talking go loudly."
"Yes, 1 was there -had a seat in
the Brsl row."
'A\ hat did the people do?"
"Nothing; They were talking ho
loud Uley didn't hear her '
A PHYSICIAN KEALIO.
]>r George Swing, « practising
physician of Smith* Grove, Ky , far
over SO yeare, writes his personal ex
perience with Foley's Kidney Curt:
"For year a 1 had boon greatly both
ered with kidney ;»mi bladder trouble
ao i enlarged prostate gland, i used
everything known to the profession
without relief, until I commenced lo
use Foley's Kidney Cure. Alter tak
ing three bottles i wa» entirely re
lieved and cured. I prescribe It now
dally in my practice and heartily
<< nmend lie use to nil physician*
for snob troubled, i have prescribed
it in hundreds of ooaoe with perfect
success ■ gold b> Chas. McNab. iS]
itn eraide .nenue, •••
SPECIAL
RATES
VIA.
O.R.SIN.
Denver, Col., and return.... $50.00
On SaloAugust 30-31.
Limit 30 days. Stopovera re
turning.
Philadelphia, Pa., and return . $82.00
On sale Sept. 7-t-S-10,
Chicago, 111., and return.... $61.00
St. Louis, Mo., and return.. 60.00
St. Paul, Minn., and return. 52.50
Kansas City, Mo., and re
turn 52.50
Omaha, Neb., and return.... 52.50
Sioux City, la., and return.. 52.50
On sale Aug. 24-25, Sept. 16-17.
Limit, 90 days. Stopovers.
BEACB POINTS.
Seaside, Clatsop, Long Beach.
Ocean Park, Breakers,
Nahcotta, Ktc.
$30.00 BOUND TEIP $20.00
3topovers Allowed at Portland.
We Have the Only Bouts Via Salt
Lake and Denver.
We Have the Oaly Boute Via
Salt Lake and Denver
Shortest QUICKEST** 1 M
ROUTE TO THE
PORTLAND FAIR
| jjHours ■ • - Only |
GEO. J. MOHLKR, General Agent,
430 Riverside. Phonj M. 152.
CooKing
With Gas
Is cool, clean and convenient.
There la no dirt, dust, soot or
ashes connected with It,
It costs no more to cook with
gas than to cook by old fashlonej
methods.
Reliable gas ranges $25.00.
$1.00 Down
$2.00 a Mouth
Have you seen our bookletT
Spokane Falls Gas
Light Co..
806-810 Sprague Aye.
HOI. 1.18 TUB'S
Ncka Mtnraii Tea Nit mi
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A Buoy Medietas for Busy Veopls
•rings Oolden Health and Baaewet
▼Igor.
A specific for Constipation. Indl-
Ptstlon, Liver and Kidney Troubles.
Imples, Eczema, Impure Blood, Bad
Breath. Sluggish Bowels. Headache
and Backache. It's Rocky Mountain
Tea In tablet form, 3 5 cents a box
Genuine made by Holllster Dru*
Company. Madison, Wis.
Oolden gftwreto for Sallow People
fivb on n
.■ _ m
Cures a Headache
BTOWF.LL DRUQ CO..
Corner Riverside end Stevens.
STOMACH ACHE
AND DIARRHOEA
brought on by eating gro< ii vegetables
und Unripe fruit, or by sudden
Changes in weather, excessive heat,
gulping down lead drinks, etc., are
quickly cured und prevented hy
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
It kills the disease germs, allay I
Irritation, and keeps the system cool
and healthy. "Duffy's" contains no
fusel nil, and is the only absolutely
pure ißMMlleinal whiskey r»od « n d
pi escribed .in years by nearly 10,000
doctors and In more than iOuO hospi
tals.
All druggists and giooets, or direct.
$1 per bottle. Medical booklet free.
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester
N. Y.
Jewelry Auction
504 MAIN ST.
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
HELP W A SITED—MAX.B.
Strong boy wanted. Apply at this
office.
Wanted—6oo men to appear in the
panic scene of William A. Brady's
production of "The Pit." Apply Fri
day, August 25, stage door of the
Spokane theater at 6 p. m.
HELP WAITED—MaIe and remade.
"SKVHN" SHORTHAND as a mem
ory trainer, and for speedy notes.
TOUCH TYPING for correct finger
ing and double the work. Both taught
by HAIL or at the training quarters.
3 LINCOLN STREET, SPOKANK.
All day, or evenings to 8:30. Kasy
terms arranged, or $50 for the fult
course to completion of both sub
jects is admittedly the finest invest
ment tlie WORLD over. The Interest
Is a good living for life. Only one
to three months' study. WHIN
trained we offer you agency, or license
to teach, realizing from |1M to $300
a month, according to the district
and force of character employed, or
tlnd a position. Prof. Walker Norto/,
principal (war correspondent and
parliamentary reporter).
rOB BEBT—HOUSES.
For Rent—Several modern houses
in Lidgerwood. Western Realty Co.,
68 and 69 Jamleson block. 243-26
-
EDUCATIONAL.
Learn telegraphy and railroad ac
counting; $50 to $100 a month salary
assured our graduates under bond.
Our six schools the largest In Ameri
ca and endorsed by all railroads.
Write for catalogue. Morse School
of Telegraphy, Cincinnati, 0., Buf
falo. N. V.. Atlanta, Oa.. La Crosse,
Wis., Texarkana, Tex., San Francisco,
Cal.
OAST OFV CX.OTBXN9.
Positively highest prices paid for
cast off clothing. N223 Stevens. M.
1711.
Standard Fuel * lee Oew SMtt
Front TeL tti. Carbonado, Rook
Springs aad Summit coaL BUrtla
Dolan. manager.
SBOOBT9 B.tTTB COOSS.
Highest price paid for second hand
furniture. TeL M. 10*. 114 River
side. 80-»
dtbxbq an c-r.airri»o womxs.
Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Work*
b Dress Pleating- Factory, U A.
Lehmann, proprietor, has moved to
SOS First avenue, near Howard.
Phone 2137. No solicitors.
bacitio tbanbtbb 00.
freight, furniture, baggage ul
parcel delivery. TeL •>• lie-S
BOBSKSBOEINO.
Charles Staley, 21» Pacific avenue.
South of N. P. depot ÜB-26
BANXXHO.
$1 opens a checking account. State
Hank of Washington, 113 Mill. Long
hours.
CLOTHES CIVBASBBS.
The Bteam Clothes Pressing com
pany will French dry clean and press
your suit for SOe or your trousers fee
llo: only 6 to 16 mlnutea required;
good dressing rooms: alteratlone and
repairing. (30 Second avenue. Phone
3263.
rOB SALE—SB AX * STATE.
Do you want the best lots In the
city for the money? See us today;
we will show you. Fine lote, on car
line, $175 and $150; $10 down and
15 a month, for a few days only.
Northern Investment Co., 330 River
ilde avenue. Phone 1232.
$150 buys five acres, Oarden Park
iddltion, fine garden soil.
$1700 up, new, modern houses on
four own terms.
Business chances and farms to suit
ill comers.
LICHTT at CO..
64 Jamleson Block. Tel. 12»g.
rOB SAI.E
Nine-room lodging house; good lo
cation. For particulars Inquire 821S
Howard. 243-6
MOBTBT TO tOAa.
Loans oa furniture, pianos, horeee,
*tc; private: no delay. A. A> Bar
aett 138-6 The Rookery. tt-t
Loans on long sr short time.
Daniel Broa. SIT Hyde block.
TAIXOBXBO.
Ladles' and gents' cljthes cleaned
nnd pressed, also artistic repairing
done. A. Blusson, 3 Lincoln, Tel,
IStS.
PAWN BBOKEKsT"
If you want a loan, go to P. Bick
ford, 33S Main avenue. •
SOLICITORS WABTZO.
Address BS. The Press, giving full
.Aliening experience, address and
telephone.
A REASON rOR IT.
"Have you ever been arrested for
scorching?*
"No," replied the mnn who owned
a motor ear, "I haven't even been
warned."
"Good police in this town?"
"No, nothing but a lot of dubs."
«»v_.
Thin, fleshless people are usually
nervuui, bilious vi ,1 dyspeptic
Change of weather arfeets (ham: If
they eat or drink anything containing
terms, It develops and they are the
first subjects or contagious disease
Life is a constant worry In their ef
forts to avoid exposure to damp and
iialarlnus atmosphere. To gain one
o three pounds of healthy flesh per
A-ek, use Dr. (Juno's Blood and Nerve
Ponte. It mils the sy.Uui In condi
tion to resist alertness, Bold hy drug,
lists for Tie mr box; |„ Ut)le , fu ,.",
10 ha taken alter meal*. It turns tha
food Into good rich h|o,,d this pre
vents and cures dlseuge. Mode by
l>r. lhmauko tv, Philadelphia. Pel
Lor sale by all diuggls's, ••*
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