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SATURDAY, MAY ML
MANAGER NOLAN
HAS SORE IEAD
Billy Nolan was born with a sore
head. When going to school he
used to think that whenever a kid
extended the glad hand, he had the
other behind his iback with a rock
In it. Thus has Billy wiggled along
through life. He had the same
scene as occurred last night when
Nelson and Britt fought. He
shouted at the top of his voice be
cause he had to put up money to
fight the anti-fight members of the
California legislature. He hollered
when Harry Corbett wanted to hold
out the money he had loaned him
when he was "stake holder." .
It was the same "sore head""that
was exhibited at Los Angeles last
night. Nolan is just fool enough
to try the very old gag of gumming
the scales. Then he comes out
with the play to the gallery and
"offers" to let Nelson "fight at
140." And the only one who suffers
Is Manager MeCarey of the club.
Nolan's offer makes appearances
go against him. Nelson is "kid"
enough to keep growing a little
every time he boxes. The Mexican
has had the same old weight for
many years and it is unlikely he
liad any troirble making 131 pounds.
SPORTING
BREVITIES
The White Star liner, with the
I American athletes on board, arrived
yesterday at New York.
Walter J. Travis was defeated by
E. M. Byeri In the semi-final round
of the golf championship at New
York yesterday.
Walla Walla traps'aooters took
A Great Gold Nine mt>hl Next Door
to the Richest Mine In All
Manhattan
- SIDE LINING THE GREAT MAN
HATTAN CONSOLIDATED.
THE SAME GREAT GOLD BEAR
ING LEDGES WHICH HAVE
MADE THE MANHATTAN CON
SOLIDATED FAMOUS CAN BE
TRACED BY BOLD SURFACE
CROPPINGS ACROSS THE
PROPERTY OF THE MANHAT
TAN MIZPAH. THESE LEDGES
HAVE BEEN OPENED AT A
DOZEN POINTS ON THE KEN
TUCKY. ARKANSAS AND CAP
TAIN SAM CLAIMS, REVEAL
ING UNIFORM SHIPPING
VALUES.
OURS ARE ARISTOCRATIC
NEIGHBORS.
THE CLAIMS OF THE MANHAT
TAN MI/PAH AUK SURROUND
ED ON ALL SIDES BY THE
GREATEST MINES IN THE
MANHATTAN DISTRICT.
THE KENTUCKY CLAIM SIDE
LINES THE GREAT CONSOL
IDATED, ADMITTEDLY Till:
RICHEST OK ALL MANHAT
TAN GOLD MINES. FOUR
MONTHS AGO ITS STOCK
WAS SELLING AT 15 CENTS.
IT IS TODAY IN ACTIVE DE
MAND AT TWO DOLLARS PICK
SHARK.
THE CAPTAIN SAM CLAIM END
LINKS THE isdXTBR AND THE
PINK NUT. DEXTER IS SELL
ING AT $1.00 PER SHARE AND
PINE NUT FOR 50 CENTS PER
SHARK.
FIVE LEASERS ARK WORKING
ON TDK THREE CLAIMS AND
HAVE OPENED UP IMMENSE
; GOLD BEARING LEDGES AND
■ t THE PROPERTY WILL SOON
I JOIN THE LIST OF SHIPPERS
V OF HIGH GRADE ORE.
Tho Pine Nut ledge is traceable
, tor 800 foot across tho Captain
( Sam. Tills marvelous deposit of
J pold bearing ore ranges from 15 to
I 20 feet in width, and gives a gen
f cral assay value of $75 per ion. A
four foot ledge has heen opened at
nix places on the Kentucky giving
a uniform value of'better than $100
per ton. This ledge Is the same
vein from which sensational values
are being taken on tho Consolidat
ed. At every point where these
ledges have been opened on tho
Kent tick and Captain Sam, t hey
navo stood the most oxhnustlvo
lests and given values of from $75
k> $100 to the ton. The vein on tho
Kentucky has been proven to a
lepth of 80 feet nnd has broadened
sut and become richer with depth,
Do the Arkansas two ledges aver-
most of tbe honors in the third
day's shoot ot the Washington
State Sportsmen's association at
Natatorium park yesterday. H. B.
Kershaw, captain of the Walla
Walla team, won the Spokesman-
Review medal with a score of 23
out of 25. P. A. Drydon led the
day's shooting, breaking 142 blue
rocks out of a possible 150.
■Sad Sam, the famous three
quarters horse owned by W. J.
Schneckloth, succumbed to lung
fever at Seattle after catching cold
on the trip north from Oakland.
Harry Green of the Club Cafe
owned Sam for several years.
IDAHO LOST
The baseball team of the Idaho
Normal school was defeated at
Natatorium park yesterday after
noon by the Spokane high school
by the decisive score of 9 to 2.
Berger held the Normals down to
three scratch hits and pitched a
championship game. Errors by Nel
son kept the Normals from a shut
out.
FITZPATRICK HAS
NEW QUARTERS
Dick Fltzpatrick will train up
stairs over the old 'blacksmith
shop on Sprague avenue between
Monroe ' and Jefferson streets. He
has fixed up excellent quarters.
HAS NEW ENTRANCE
TO TACOMA
The Northern Pacific has secured
a new entrance to Tacoma through
the Port Townsend Southern rail
road, which has just filed articles
of incorporation. The new line will
leave the main line in Thurston
county and skirt the waters of
Puget Sound through Steilacoom
to Tacoma.
The Manhattan Mispah Mining
Company
OWNING THE KENTUCKY, CAPTAIN SAM AND ARKANSAS
CLAIMS.
a h ~,1,1 io six [eel in width
reveal values of better than $100
per ton.
THE MANHATTAN MIZPAH MIN
ING COMPANY.
Capitalization, $1,000,000.
Par value $1 per share.
400,000 shares in treasury, Fully
paid, non-assessable.
President—J. F. Mitchell, mining
engineer.
Vice President—J. B, Harness,
mine operator.
Treasurer—L. M. Upham.
Assistant Secretary — John M.
Fairfield,
DIRECTORS.
James G. Swoeney, attorney geu
eral of Nevada; Frank Condron,
original locator of claim; J. F, Mit
chell, J. K. Harsness, L. M. Upham,
Harry Coffee and i. M. Fairfield.
SMUCHTS #N
well mm
BALL PLAYERS
JAKE STAHL,
When Jake Stahl voluntarily
withdrew from real life and went
down to Washington to try to re
vive the subway champions of that
burg the band played "One more
Job for tho undertaker." Other
rosy cheeked young men, with the
light of hope in their eyes, had
gone down there, remained a few
years and sought seclusion from
life's manifold cares in sanitariums
for the prematurely aged. But Jake
was born in Elkhart, 111., and noth
ing is impossible to one born in
Elkhart. Last season he took his
team to the top of the heap and
congress used to adjourn at 3 p.
ni. during the home engagement.
But the seasoning was lacking in
the team, and it slid down pretty
close to the bottom. This year Mr.
Stahl has a team that is well sea
soned and time tried, yet spiced
with the activity of youth, and
his players promise to be contend
ers tho season through.
Mr. Stahl expects his team to be
putting up a race that will look
like a Are sweeping over a stubble
field. Mr. Stahl is a graduate of
the Illinois university. He has
exceptional Stock Offering.
25 Cents a Share.
A GOLD MINE FOR THE PRICE
OF A PROSPECT.
One hundred thousand shares of
treasury stock in the Manhattan
Mi/pah Mining company is offered
to the public at 25c per share.
This remarkable offer cannot and
has not been duplicated in the Man
hattan district. Not only in the
Ml/.pah company's ground tho
cream of all Manhattan, but It em
braces a large acreage- three
claims or about 00 acres. Its ter
ritory is as large as tho Consolidat
ed, and three times of the IMne
Nut. It lias a continuation of the
Consolidated ledges. All along
these great ore deposits on the MU
pah company's ground tho leases
have opened up the veins. On the
Kentucky ono set of leasers alone
hove opened up a four foot ledge
lived two years in Washington,;
and points with commendable pride
to the fact that he has never yet
been mistaken tor a member of
congress.
LAKE BRANCH READ
NEXT SUMMER
The Inland Empire Railway com
pany will have a line running to
Lake Pend d'Oreille, Idaho, by next
summer. Announcement of this
fact was made yesterday by F. A.
Blackwell, chairman of the finance
committee of the company. The
company has purchased the Lie
herg property of 1,700 acres on
Swuaw hay on the lake.
I Lake Pend d'Orellle is 56 miles
■form Spokane. The new line-to
the lake will branch from the Hay
, den Lake extension.
HONORING THE
CONFEDERATE DEAD
LOUISVILLE, Ky.,May 26.—The
Confederate veterans of this city
and the other confederate organi
zations, the Daughters of the Con
federacy and the Sons of the Con
federacy are observing today as
Confederate Memorial day. A
meeting will be held on Cave Hill
Cemetery at four o'clock this after
noon. After the principal ad
dresses the meeting will scatter
and the graves of the Confederate
soldiers will be decorated with
flowers.
REFERENDUM LEAGUE
WILL HOLD MEETING
Notice was given this morning
that a meeting of the Referendum
league will be held on Wednesday
night, May 30, ia hall No. 3, Cen
tral Labor hall, and all persons in
terested in securing political re
forms are asked to attend.
END LINING THE DEXTER AND
PINE NUT.
for four hundred feet —which av
erages straight across shipping
values; or values of more than $100
per ton. Almost an equal amount
of work has been done on the Cap
tain Sam. The Pine Nut ledge
crosses this claim and has been
proven for a distance of 800 feet.
DIVIDENDS FOR YEARS.
In making this offer to the pub
lic we will add another to the long
list of successful companies that
we have launched toward the divi
dend paying estate. The immense
ore bodies that have been opened
up, even at this early day in the
history of the mine, insure divi
dends for eveery shareholder for
many years.
WILL BE AS GREAT AS THE
CONSOLIDATED.
There will be no second offering
of this stock. It will 'be over-sub
scribed many times. It is beyond
any question the cheapest stock to
which public subscription has been
invited since the first fabulous
\ aluos were found at Manhattan.
This firm has a
REPUTATION T? SUSTAIN.
In Goldneld and Bullfrog it has
made a distinctive success of its
every mining enterprise, and thou
sands of our clients who purchase
stocl.s upon our advice have coined
money through their investment.
In Manhattan we were first on the
ground, and each of our five com
panies in that camp aro
MAKING GOOD WITH RAPID
STRIDES.
The stock of the Manhattan Miz
pah is easily worth 5b cents per
share. Any broker who sees tho
accompanying map will tell you as
much. The Pine Nut company,
owning a fraction adjoining the
Iftspah grout), mil out its treasury
shares at 50 cents and the allot
ment was over subscribed several
ohdmtlfli; mfwyp dor ah tse mrar
STOCK IN THE MANHATTAN
MIZPAH WILL BE WORTH
$5 A SHARE IN TWO
YEARS.
Remember our prediction. Make
a memo, of it and consult the stock
quotation sheet at the end of 24
months,
If you want shares in this ex
cellent company you will have to
act qUkk, Either send us your
reservation by wire or consult our
local represeutal ives.
Patrick Elliott <V Camp, Inc.
The Big Conservative Brokerage
House, Bankers & Brokers.
Nixon Block, Qoidfleld, Nev.
Reference: Any bank In Goldfleld
or Tonopab,
THE SPOJtANE PRESS.
All women patrons to the Audi
toHtim theater tomorrow night will
"be presented with photcs of Miss
Jessie Shirley, the popular leading
"woman of the company, the occas
ion being the presentation of "Ca
mille," which Miss Shirley regards
as her favorite play.
While the company was travel
ing, Mice Shirley is said to have al
ways been highly pleased when In
formed that "Camille" was the play
selected in such and such a town
and she has played the role of Mar
guerite so repeatedly that she has
iveritably fallen in love -with it.
' The popular members of the
.Shirley company should be at their
best in the roles assigned them in
"Camille" for the characters call
I for the strongest possible work on
■ their part. George McQuarrie
should give a forceful portrayal to
the part of Armand Duval, the
lover, and C. F. Ralston, Jack Am
pry, Frank McQuarrie, Miss Laird,
Miss Adams and the other favorites
should he at home as the individual
work required is of the highest
nature.
In view of the fact that such a
strong offering as "Camille" is to
be given and the additional induce
ment of the distribution of photos
of the popular Miss Chirley, the
Auditorium should see the record
breaking attendance of this most
successful season.
On the unrequited love of Philipe
Derblay, who has amassed a for
tune in the iron business, hangs
the plot of "The Iron Master,"
which will he the offering by the
Byron Douglas company at the Co
lumbia theater for the week he
ginning tomorrow evening.
While the play is an elaborate
one to be undertaken by any com
pany ti is claimed that the Douglas
company will present the drama
with all the original scenic effects
The play thoroughout is replete
with stirring scenes which are
strong without bordering on the
melodramatic, and the society dra
ma. Mr. Douglas will he seen as
Ph'illipe Derblay in the title role,
Miss Henriette Browne will appear
as Claire de Beaulieu. Charles
Wyngate will be seen as the Due
de Bligny, while Miss Leah Wins
low has been cast as Athenias Mou
linet, the daughter of a rich choco
late maker who has married de
Bligny and seeks to win the love of
the iron master.
Anne Hamilton and a company
of four people presenting "Beg
gars, a Mexican Study" will be the
head liner for the coming week at
the Washington theater. The play
•let presented by Miss Hamilton and
company is said to he elaborately
staged and well acted. Mills and
Marion offer a comedy specialty
that is bright and original. Mr.
Mills has marked ability as a trav
esty impersonator and he is ably
assisted by Marion, an Irish com
edian who is genuinely funny. Miss
Margaret Severance is the posses
sor of an act that is original in
many way 9, her rapid-fire change
of costumes being a spruce of real
wonder. West and Benton win the
heaerts of theeid audiences by
clever song and dance work, while
Carbury and Stanton have a com
edy sketch entitled "The Country
Boy and the Soubrette." diaries
Allman will sing a new ballad, and
the life motion pictures will show
"The Lost Collar Button" and "The
Voice of Conscience."
The Rosclan Opera Company win
present two operas next week at the
Spokane, "Fra Diavolo" being under
lined tor Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday nights, and "The Bohemian
Girl" Thursday, Friday and Saturday
an ! S iturday matinee. Hllllard Camp
bell will bS seen in the title role of
"Fra Diavolo." Lucia Nela sings
Berlins, Prank Walters Lorenzo,
Claude Amsden Beppo, Hazel Haven
port Lady Allcash, John Dewey Lord
tSh, The spirted overture to "Fra
Osawolo" is one el the brightest fo«-
-tmv.x of this charmlna* opera. "The
Bohemian Qtrl" is known us the
fnailad Opera." Lucia Nola plays Ar
llna and sings "i Dreamt I Dwelt in
Marble it.ills" Prank Walters, does
Th.iddeus end slugs "Then You'll Re
member Me" and "The Pair Land of
Poland." Hllllard Campbell will be
sen :is Count Arnhelm and heard In
thdt popular and aSeettve sona*, "The
lb.lit Mowed Down." The prayer in
tbe Prat act, "Thou Who In Might Su
preme" and the duet In the second act
between Devilshoof and tho (tipsy
queen are highly dramatic musical
numbers. Adolty Prede will direct
l»<lh operas. There will N> a matinee
Decoration o*y, "Fra Diavolo" win
be given.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and
lung remedy, and on account of the
groat merit and popularity of
Foley's Honey and Tar many imi
tations are ottered for the genuine.
These worthless Imitations have
llmilar sounding 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 bast remedy for
coughs aud colds. Chas. McNab,
iOJ Riverside
Washington Theater
JOHN F. CORDRAY, MANAGER.
EVENING PERFORMANCES AT 7™
DAILY MATINEES AT 2:30
Week Starting Sunday Afternoon
May 27
ANNA HAMILTON & CO.
"The Beggars"
MILLS AND MARION
Travesty Artists.
MARGARET SEVERENCE
Change Artist
CHAS. ALLMAN
'The Popular Baritone.
2—PERFORMANCES SUNDAY AFTERNOON—2
Admission to all 25 and 15 cents. Children 10 cents. Matinee
15 cents to any part of the house, except Sunday.
COLUMBIA THEATER
John F. Cordray
Curtain Rises 8:15, Laughter Commences 8:16, Carriages 10:45.
Spokane's Safest and Most Beautiful Theater
Where Beauty and Fashion Congregate
One Week, Starting Sunday, May 27
BIXTH WEEK CONTINUED SUCCESS OF THE
THE BYRON DOUGLAS
COMPANY
Presenting Mr. and Mrs. Kendall's Great English and American
Success Translated from Geo. Ohnet's Celebrated Le Maltre
De Forges, by Floyd Grant, Esq., Entitled,
The iron Muster
REGULAR COLUMBIA THEATER PRICES
PRICES Special orchestra, 75c; orchestra, dress circle and
balcony, 50c; second balcony, 30c; gallery 20c.
Saturday matinee, 25c to any part of the house.
Children's balcony circle, 10c.
PROTEST AGAINST
KIDNAPPING
BROOKLYN, N. V., May 2G. —A
maid meeting will be held at the
Labor Liceum this evening to pro
test against the recent alleged kid
napping of President Moyer, Secre
tary Haywood and Executive Com
mitteeman Pettibone, of the West
ern Federation of Miners, from
Colorado by Hie Idaho authorities,
Addresses will be delivered by Hen
ry R. Kearns, John T. Vaughan.
and A. Lott, and resolutions will
be adopted to be sent to President
Roosevelt, Governor McDonald of
Colorado, and Governor Gooding of
Idaho, protesting against the meth
ods resorted to by tho Mine Own
are' association.
War Against Consumption.
All nations are endeavoring to
check the ravages of consumption,
the "white plague" that claims so
many victims each year. Foley's
Honey and Tar cures coughs and
colds perfectly and you are in no
danger of consumption. Do not
risk your health by taking some
unknown preparation when Foley's
Honey and Tar Is safe and certain
In results. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and iu.-tist upon having it
Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside.
SPOKANE THEATER
JOS. PBTBICH, Mgr.
SPOKANF'S LBADINQ THBATBR
SPOKANE'S LBADINQ TIIKATIIK.
ROSCIAN OPEBA CO.
To-Nlght, Last I'ei formaiu c.
"El Capitan"
Next Week— Monday, Tuesday. Weil-
nes lav Matinee,
At'ISKUS
FRA DIAVOLO."
Thursday. Friday, Saturday Matinee —
Saturday's special Request
BOHEMIAN CURL."
Prices, 75c, 50c, 25c. Mutiuce, 10
and ISo Scats now neling.
MODERN VAUDEVILLE
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT
A Mexican Romance Entitled
Refined Vaudeville Entertainer.
SOUTH HOWARD STREET
Excellent Cast of Characters
THE AUDITORIUM
B. C. Herward. Mgr.
Jessie Shirley c*.
Toctght and AU Week With Saturday
Matinee, presenting
Th® Sngin\ ©5
Prices—i/ower floor, soo and 40«,
balcony. IM| matinee. IJo and tee.
Don't Fail to See the Wonderful
Sensational English Melodrama
oDektoe , q NrK"'pThe Za
"WOMEN AGAINST WOMEN"
o. h. mm
Each Afternoon
and Evening.
IAIIT HEWTOM. . . •rojplsfcM
WEST AND BENTON
CARBERRY oV STANTON
Comedy Sketch.
THE BIOGRAPH
"The Lost Collar Button.
Com!quo Theater
A Great Show This Week
"OFF TO THE PICNIC"
By the Combine Comedians.
THE GREAT" WINONA"
"INEZ."
By Our Dramatic Stock Co.
513 MAIN AYE.
TCrtt-CBcst
Everybody Welcome
Admission Free
CLASSIFIED
APVBItTtSEMINTS
HELP WANTED —MALE.
A HUNDRED firemen and brake
men on Washington and other
railroads. Experience rnnecessary.
Firemen, $100, become engineers
and earn $200 monthly. Brakemen,
$75, become conductors and earn
$150. Positions awaiting young
men. State age. Seed stamp
Name position preferred. Railway
Association. Dept. 46, 718 Brot»-sr
ick Street, Saa Francisco. Cal.
A hair tonic. Positive cure for
dandruff; stops your hair from fall
ing out; stops itching instantly;
cleans the scalp of all impurities;
you get. results from first applica
tion. Sold by Barber, 8172 Post
street, Spokane, Wash. Price 50
cents.
BRANCH MANAGERS wanted. $20
cash weekly. Live at home. Ex
perience unnecessary. No canvass
ing. Enclose stamp for particulars.
Aluminum Hanger Co., Chatfleid,
Minn.
Ladles play billiards end pool
.very day and evening at Fflatee
billiard parlor. •••
Sarglnson Plumbing Co., Tel. 11l
222 Bernard, between Main and
Front •••
426
Money to loan on fu.nlture, pianos
horses, wagons, or Any good
security.
15 ACRES of good, nice productive
soil, 2 miles from Lidgerwood car.
Price $500: hiilf down; balance to suit
purchaser. Geo. Whltesell,, W161»
Mission. Phone 6435.
Manager.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A
GOOD HOME?
I have a 9 room modern house,
located on one of the best resi
dence streets in th<2 city; lot 80*
137; all kinds of fruits, berries and
flowers; an ideal home, which I
will sell for $500 less than its
actual worth to make a quick sale.
Part cash required, terms on bal
ance. In addition to making an ex
cellent home this property is rapid
ly advancing in value. If you are
interested write me at once. Own
er, care Spokane Press.
HOMESTEADS, timber claims—
Come at once if you want a lo
cation close in. We bave some fine
ones, 1 to 5 miles from railroad.
These will stand no delay. The
Lands Co., 22 Marion block.
Nice corner ;ot and Inside lot oa
Eleventh avenue, Cannon Hill
$1050 for both, or will sell sepa
rately. One-fourth cash. Gray m
McCune Co., First and Wall streets.
Phone 320. see
A few mor e lots left on car line,
good soil. Good view. Near to
school; $150 and $200 each—sll
down and $5 a montL. Northers
Investment company 330 Ii vers Ida
avenue. Phone 1233. •••
FOR RENT—Fine offices for rent,
second floor Whitten block. Hlgk
grade chalnless bicycle for sale
cheap. L. B. Whitten, room 7,
Whitten block.
Tel U. 1141
oast on cxoTxnto.
Positively highest pricea paid Mr
east off alotlilng. N22J Steven* at
ITU
Standard Fuel * ice Co., K4tt
Front Tel. Carbondale, Reek
Springe and Summit coal. Uartta
Dolan, manager.
DYF.INQ AKP CQUBAjmO WOBKS.
Parisian Dyeing * Cleaning Works
and Dreaa Pleating Factory, L. A.
Leahmana. proprietor, haa moved to
60S First avenue, near Howard.
Phone lIS7. Jfe -lolloltora.
PACU'IC TUKSTU CO.
Freight, furniture,, baggage and
parcel delivery. Tat. til Ile-e
Cl:a. lea Staley, lit faolflc avenue.
South of N. P. depot 11S-M
tl opens a checking account The
People's Bank. 11l MIIL Long boure.
gEOoaro hand ooods.
Hlgheat price paid for lecond band
furniture. TeL M ttS. ill River
side, ft-*
NOTICE TO
SUBSCRIBERS
Should your copy of The Frees fell
to reach you by ( o'clock any eve
nine, pleaae do us the favor to call
op oar main office (Mala 876) be
tween • and 7 o'clock, and we will
■end you a copy at ar.ee If yeu
should miss It more than once, pleaae
telephone us every time you mlaa It
In this way we can be certain of
giving cur eubaertbers a perfect aery
lee and it la tho only way.
TUB SPOKANB PR lean.
Quean of All Bottled Beers
Only $3-50 Per Case.
2 Dozen Quarts or 3 Doson Pints.
75c fur Empties.
Telephone- Main 165.
Inland Brewing &. Malting Co.
THMMI
.
PLUMBING.
ROOKERY BLDQ.
BRICKELL A THOMAf
FOB SALE.
yon BALB.
FOR RENT.
miL siuns.
xoKSESHoxrsra.
BASIIN J.
INLAND PRIDE

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