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DOLAN AND NOLAN CET
TWENTY FOUR YEARS
Physical violence, or the chance
to commit it. or the Inclination to
commit it is not tolerated in the
least by Judge Poindexter. He
said as much in court this after
noon in administering sentence on
three criminals convicted by juries.
Another element clearly brought
forth from the bench was its in
clination to attempt in any way to
go behind the determination of
facts as found by the jury.
George Davis, convicted of en
tering a private house and commit
ting theft while the inmates were
asleep, was sent to Walla Walla
for eight years.
James Nolan, 55 years of age.
partner with Thomas Dolan in
strong-arming a patron a; the Flor
ence bar while the bartender look
ed on, wan, In spite of his protest
ations of innocence, given nine
years in the state penitentiary.
Thomas Dolan received some
thing in return for his participa
tion in the Christmas mince pie
PEf» HOP.
m STCUIIM JM OUlflT
The kindness of William Skinner.
I musician, a few nights ago cost
him a suit of clothes, a hat, one
pair of shoes and a watch.
Mr. Skinner tells the story as
follows: "I met a man who was
well read and who had no money,
so I thought I would take him to
my room. I made him a bed on
HOUSE Of THE
GOOD SHEPfRD
IS INCORPORATED
The House of tne Good Shep
herd of Spokane. Wash., filed ar
ticles of incorporation with County
Ai'ditor Stewart today. The Incor
porator! are Mary TafeUka, (mown
as- Sister Mary of the Annuncia-
Ucn; Anna Sands, known as Sister
Mary of the Holy Name, and Cath
(rine Walker, known as Sister
Mary of St. Francis, all of whom
vare members of the order known
k
OWING IN SPITE OF THE MOSQUITOES
NEW ORLEANS LOST BUT ONE
WEEK'S BUSINESS DURING
EPIDEMIC — BELT RAILROAD
TO BOOST MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES NEXT YEAR.
By E. F. Johnke,
President of New Orleans Board
of Trade.
The past year has been one of
the most successful in all business
lines in the history of New Or
leans. The large outside buy in? of
real estate by the various rai'roads
seeking entrance and "acilit'.OS has
turned loose a full $1u,000,000 in
cash, which money is now in the
hands of our local people for re-
Investment in all inviting securi
ties.
The price of real estate has ap
preciated fully 75 per cent during
the past year.
In spite of the yellow fever epi
demic, which was effectually con
trolled and then stamped out be-
ABSOLUTE SECURITY
Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS mnsi bear
Far-similp.
mm TOUCH the LIVER CSS
lenuin% Wrapper Printed on
pfcO PAPER BLACK LETTERS
( fcoo* to* tk* feiiaature
tumult in the county jail. Tho
court stated that Dolan was the
man who haJd the victim's hands
behind his back while Nolan went
through the pockets. The court re
lerred to the jail disturbance as
indicative of Dolan'a determination
to resist anything that looks like
regulations or law and order. He
said that Dolan should get it into
his ht ad that Dolan had no more
privilege to thwart the aims and
end.- oi organised society than any
<.ther man. Dolan's sentence was
15 years in the pen.
George Bradley was to have been
sentenced, but his attorney pleaded
lack of time in which to got i..c
record of the trial transcribed and
would not he able to formulate a
motion for a new trial until tomor
row.
"I am very desirous that every
thing which can he said should he
said in favor of these defendants,''
said the court. "I grant the motion
for continuance for 24 hours."
the lounge and showed him the
bath room. He took a bath, ask
ed me for a suit of clothes and
some underwear and went to heu.
When I awoke on Saturday morn
ing the man was gone with the
clothes and my watch.
Mr. Skinner states he was a
bright looking man and talked as
though he was in hard luck.
as the Sisters of the Good Shep
herd. The institution is to be cor
rect ionary.
DOCK DEWEY
DOING WELL
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 2.—
; News regarding the dock Dewey
I was received today by wireless
j from Commnader Hosley, com
| manding the U. S. S. Glacier, say
j ing she was off the Virginia capes
; about iiOO miles, making knots.
: She has had pleasant weather.
fore the coming of frost, our bank
clearings were but $13,000,000 less
for the year ended Nov. 30 last,
than for the previous year ended
on that date. This is but the av
erage clearings of a single week,
Cirlnntijpfl of
Barter's
Cure! riTTLE
BILIOUSNESS. R
SICK HEADACHE I I\# ET |"Sl
TORPID LIVER. I V Im 1%
FURRED TONGUE.B ■ _
INDIGESTION. WLM Dl I I M
CONSTIPATION ™™
SALLOW SKIN
(Scrlpps News Association.)
E. F. KOHNKE.
DIIUET AMI
AT MISS CARRAIN
SEATTLE, Jan., 2.—Some un
known person made an unsuccess
ful attempt to kill Marie Carrau,
Ith avenue north, Sunday night.
Miss Carrau is the ex-fiancee of the
late John Sullivan. She has waged
a battle in tho courts for four years
under an alleged nuncupative will.
Miss Carrau was sitting in a room
with her sister when a bullet came
through the window and hxlged in
a chair. It was at first thought
some one was celebrating New
Year's, hut later it w>as found that
the bullet was meant for Miss Car
rau,
KILLED HER
STEP-DAUGHTER
(Scrlpps Nrws Association.)
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Jan. 2.—
Mrs. Stella Ilrennan was convict
ed of killing her stepdaughter,
Elizabeth, and two other stepchil
dren Nov. 4 last, and was sentenced
today to life imprisonment,
TOWN IS CAPTURED
(Scrlpps News Assoclntlon.)
GUAYAQUIL, Jan. 2.—The revo
lutionists attacked and captured
Hiobamba today and are resisting
the attacks of the government
forces. Another division was lur
ried today toward Riobamba to at
tempt to re-take the town.
RATE TOO HIGH
(Scrlpps Nrws Association.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 2.—
The supreme court today decided
that an ordinance of the city of
Peoria, 111., fixing a rate for gas is
invalid because it was shown the
rate the city fixed was unreason
able and unremunerative.
SPRAINED ANKLE
A. Martin was fined $1 and costs
this afternoon by Judge Hinkle for
being drunk. Officer Pike picked
the man up In front of Davenport's
restaurant last night.
When asked by the Judge if he
was intoxicated, Martin said: "If
your honor please, I fell on the side
walk and sprained my ankle. I
could not stand alone." The judge
believed the man.
showing that but one week's busi
ness was lost.
The board of trade would prob
ably be a unit in asserting that
the belt railroad which it has se
cured for this city is the greatest
achievement in its history and the
one which will lead to the most
lasting and profitable results, be
cause it will build up manufactur
ing industries all about the rear of
the city on land which had previ
ously been of little value. All of
our river front is needed for
wharves to handle the import and
export business.
I believe that lOOfi will furnish
the conclusive proof that yellow
fever cannot gain a foothold under
the mosquito method of treatment
and that in reality the past epi
demic was a blessing in disguise.
When it is noted that shares in
the New Orleans Cotton Exchange
are now worth $14,00(1 each, where
as five years ago they were worth
less than $200; that shares in the
New Orleans Stock Exchange which
are now worth $10,000 were worth
only $100 a year ago; and that
shares in the New Orleans Board
of Trade which are now worth $250
three years ago were but $10 each,
a more significant light is shed on
our financial and Industrial situa
tion than perhaps would be by any
other series of facts that could be
taken together.
I believe that these facts are con
clusive proof that next year will
see greater commercial develop
ment than any other year has ever
shown.
Tho business of the New Orleans
speculative world for the next half
dozen years will be to discount the
benefits that will accrue from the
completion of the Panama canal.
The increase in street railway re
ceipts of $1000 a day for the fall
months of this year compared with
the fall months of last year, show
how our population is growing. I
believe New Orleans will have a
population of 365,000 people at the
close of 1906.
KENTUCKY GIRL JILTED
RIG TOM SHEVLIN
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. 2. —Cu
pid failed to kick goal in the love
making game between big Tom
Shevlin, famous Yale halfback, and
Miss Elizabeth Sherley, noted as
one of the beautiful women of the
blue grass state. Shevlin objected
to the interference of other men
RED LIGHTS DOOMED IN
CITY OF LOS ANGELES
(Scrlpps News Association.)
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 2. — The
police commission this morning
turned the police department over
to Dr. A. D. Houghton, councilman
of the Sixth ward, with power to
use force to drive out the houses
of 111 fame. Houghton made a
proposition to the commission to
close every house in the red light
district in two weeks if given au-
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW
"Who's Mat battered up fellow?"
"He's one of the heroes of 1905."
"1905? What war—"
"No war. Annapolis graduate."
BEATING WAY
WITH SHAFT BROKEN
(Scrlpps News Association.)
SAN FRANCISC, Jan. 2.—With
shaft broken and depending entire
ly upon fore and aft sails, the Pa
cific Coast Steamship company's
steamer City of Pueblo, Captain
Jepson, due yesterday afternoon
from Puget ound ports with freight
and passengers to number of 176 is
beating her way some 35 miles
northward of the Columbia river.
FOR RENT — A 4 room cottage.
218 Knox avenue, one block west
ot Garfield school house. —5
A man th't never goes out doors
ain't by rain.
THE SPOKANE PRESS.
who insisted upon paying attention
to Miss Sherley while she was vis
iting in Baltimore. Miss Sherley
rather liked the homage of the gal
lant Marylanders, and told her
football lover so when he protest
ed. Then the presents were sent
back and the game was declared
"no contest."
thority. Mayor McAler and the
commissioners agreed. Houghton
proposes a sensational campaign.
He says he will place under arrest
every keeper of a house of assigna
tion and prostitution known to he
such. He will call upon the police
department to furnish a complete
list of houses. He proposes to pub
lish the names of men found in the
houses.
THE ORIGINAL.
Foley & Co., Chlcago7 originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and
lung remedy, and on account of the
great merit and popularity of Fol
ey's Honey and Tar many imita
tions are offered for the genuine.
These worthless imitations have
similar osundlng names. Beware of
them. The genuine Foley's Honey
and Tar is In a yellow package.
Ask for it and refuse any substi
tute. It is the best remedy for
coughs and colds. **•
Cbas. McNab, 402 Riverside.
NUTRITO, the 20th Century cer
eal coffee, is made by union men.
Ask your grocer for it. 15 and 25
cents per package. •*•
The Press delivered at your door
or 26c per mouth. Phone 176.
is pot
m 1 Fid
fScrlpps N«ws Association.)
ALBANY, N. V., Jan. 2.—Gen
eral Merritt, father of Assembly
man Merritt, candidate for speaker,
declares the president sent a per
sonal envoy in the person of Post
master Merritt, who is no relation,
from Washington to try and bring
OdelPs candidate into line for
Wadsworth.
DECATUR IS
511 00 TRIAL
(Scrlpps News Association.)
ANNAPOLIS, Jan. 2.—Stephen
Decatur's court martial for hazing
was continued today. A number of
midshipmen testified regarding the
alleged tormenting of McCrary and
Church, members of the fourth
class.
SUICIDE
(Scrlpps News Association.)
PORTLAND, Jan. 2.—Chief Clerk
Robert E. Brinstad of the Hotel
Oregon committed suicide in his
apartments In the hotel at 2:30 this
morning, using a bulldog revolver.
He placed the muzzle at his head
—standing before a mirror—ln the
presence of his wife, who has since
been hysterical.
PASSENGER
IS DITCHED
(Scrlpps Nows Association.)
BUTTE, Mont., Jan. 2.—The G.
N. passenger train, south hound
for Butte, yesterday was ditched
.near Wood vi lie. The entire train
of five coaches left the rails. No
one was injured though a numbe.-
were badly shaken up.
HOWARD MUST
SERVE SENTENCE
(Bcrlpps News Association.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 2.—
The supreme court today sustained
the lower courts in the case of
James 13. Howard, tnrice convicted
of the murder of Governor Goehel,
and under sentence to life impris
onment.
PIERCE WILL
GO TO NORWAY
(Scrlpps News Association.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 2.—
Tho state department announces
that Huntington Wilson of Illinois
will be appointed third assistant
secretary of state.
Herbert H. D. Pierce was ap
pointed minister to Norway.
Wilson is now first secretary of
the legation at Tokio.
LYNCH IS NOT
PREDICTING YET
(Scrlpps News Association.)
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 2.—
President Lynch of the Interna
tional typographical union hasys
he is not far enough into the tight
to make definite predictions. He
says reports from the whole coun
try are encouraging. He received
a telegram from Oakland, Cal., say
ing the California state federatioa
of labor extends greetings and
wishes of success.
STILL THINKS
HE IS A PREACHER
John T. Kennedy, the man who
asked for a right to preach on the
street against the evils of liquor a
few days ago and who. was arrest
ed for being intoxicated and fined
$1 and costs the same day, was ar
rested this morning by Detective
McPhee and hooked for being in
sane.
Mr. McPhee found the man on
the corner of Front and Main
streets singing and preaching.
It invigorates, strengthens and
builds up. It keeps you in condi
tion physically, mentally and mor
ally. That's what Hollister's
Rocky Mountain
Tea will do. 35
cents, Tea or
Tablets.
dits or mm m
Coast lumbermen report a short
age of cars, but market conditions
good.
Georgetown, a suburb of Seattle,
will change its name to South Se
attle.
King County Good Roads asocla
tion has asked all citizens to assist
in securing good roads.
In a listless game of football at
Pendleton yesterday, the Pendleton
team easily defeated La Grande.
The wreck of the bark Pass of
Met ford hase been located near
Ucluelet on the west coast of Van
couver island.
The Seattle Athletic club van
quished the Multnomah club at
Portland yesterday in a hard
fought game, winning by a score
of 6 to 0.
Mrs. F. M. Lambert, aged 51, the
local representative of the Spokane
Home of the Friendless, died at
her home In North Yakima yester
day of typhoid fever.
While washing dishes at her
home yesterday morning, Mrs. J.
H. Rightmyer of North Yakimfc
nearly lost her life by cutting her
wrist upon the jagged edge of a
broken dish.
Seattle city couneilmen believe
their services worth $125 per
month to the city and will try and
have the city charter revised so
change in salaries can be made.
Senator W. A. Clark of Butte has
taken an option on the Missoula
PUERTO PLATO
IS 6ESEIGED
.«-■-■
(Berlpps News Association.)
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 2. —
It is learned here that Puerto Pla
ta Is beseiged by 250 well equipped
revolutionists. A decisive battle Is
expected.
ANOTHER CADET
IS UNDER ARREST
(Scrlpps News Association.)
ANNAPOLIS, Jan. 2.—P. B. Mar
zeni, first class man, was this af
ternoon arrested, accused of hazing
fourth class men Roberts, Bryant
ami Thigh by making them "swipe"
breakfast for him, stand on their
heads and do stunts.
DURKIN'S
The Most Famous and Finest
Liquor Stores in America
15c Whishies for 10c
a Drink
Hunter Rye, Old
Crow, Gibson Rye,
Hermitage Rye, Im.
ported Wines, 10c a
Glass, California
Wines, 5c a Glass.
Anheuser-Busch
Beer, 5c a Glass.
121 HOWARD ST* AND CORr
DURKIN ST. AND SPRAGUE.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1906.
Light and Water Power company*
holdings In Missoula county, Mon
tana. The deal involves over,
$1,000,000. t
Acording to a statement made ad
Tacoma by S. L. McCormick, secre*
tary of .the Weyerhaeuser Lumber l
company, 4,000,000,000 feet of lum
ber was cut in Washington last
year. ,
The B. R. Lewis Lumher com?
pany has made a large purchase o{
real estate lying next to Coeurf
tl'Alene lake. The owners. Davis &i
Still, received $25,000 for the prop*
erty. i
Senator Ankeny Is trying to sex
cure from the geological survey re
visions of the estimates on the Pa
louse irrigation project. He hopest
thereby to secure earlier consider*
at ion of the project than would bdl
possible under the present estimate
ed cost. ,|
H
Fearing arrest for the murder of
a man in the state of North Caro*
lina, Sergeant Jarrett of Troop A of/
the 14th cavalry at Walla Walla,
committed suicide by shooting him
self through the head last Friday;
morning, while lying in his cot in
the barracks. il
P
The crew of the Ping Sewey, a'
European liner of the China Mutual
Steam Navigation company, which!
arrived in Seattle last Sunday wit
nessed the blowing up of the Chat>
am in the Suez canal. The Chatam
carried nitroglycerine and sunk la
the canal. Hundreds of vessels?
were detained at the mouth of tho
canal for 10 days until the obstruct*
ing vessel was removed. "j
(Scrlpps News Association.)
PES MOINES, Ta., Jan. 2. — Th 9
eight hour day was granted job
printers In all lowa cities except
Dcs Moines, Council niuffs, Cedar
hapida and Keokuk, 25 per cenC
of the printers In these towns bo
ing out. \
— X .' -\
t
Chronic Constipation Cured.
One who suffers from chronic
constipation Is In danger of man)
serious ailments. Orino I.uxutiv<
Fruit Syrup cures chronic constlpai
tlon as it aids digestion and si Imm
lates the liver and bowels, reston
Ing the natural action of these or
gans. Commence taking It todaj
and you will feel better at oncei
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup doe(
not nauseate or'gripe and Is verj
pleasant to take. Refuse substli
tutes. *•«
Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside.
Quality in Every Drop

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