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THe Spohane Press Published Every Evening Except Sunday. SCRIPPS NEWS ASSOCIATION PRESS SERVICE. One cent per copy, six cents per week, twenty-five cents per month »r $3 per year, delivered by carrier. No free copies. TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS—The date when your subscription expires is on the address label of each paper. When that date arrives, if your subscription has not again been paid In advance, your name is taken !rom the list. A change of date on the address label is a receipt. City subscribers who fail to receive their ropy of The Press before !:30 o'clock p. m. will confer a favor by reporting such to Main 375. SI 6 Front Avenue. Telephone Main 375. Poatoffice Box 4. SOCIOLOGY THAT FAILS It is as puzzling as it is palatal to find that a couple who several years ago dedicated their lives to the solving of sociological prob lems have made, a muddle of the one neare.st home. Broughton Brandeburg, social reformer, and his wife, his able Co-worker, have separated. When Brandenburg, author of "Imported Americans" and other works designed to lead the public mind to sociological light, married a young woman who shared his views and his aims, common com ment pronounced it an ideal marriage. For must not sociology, like charity, begin at home? Mrs. Brandenburg now simply says, "He was ever kind to me, but conditions have arisen whereby it is best for us not to see each other." Brandenburg himself has nothing to say of his failure, being too busy perhaps giving the rest of us his recipe for success. Maybe it is impertient, but me cannot help wondering why it Is that so many zealous persons who make a business of knowing with exact cock sureness just what is best for other people in all depart ments of life should blunder so in their own most important affairs. Were the Brandenburg case an exception it. might be of little consequence. But there is the like case of Gorky, the case of Herron, of Jack London, of Mrs. Besant and even John Alexander Dowie, all of whom profess to possess the formula for the regulation of every detail of conduct of the average man and woman, but are bitterly unable to work out their theories In their own uves. It is worth while to observe merely that all the high sounding sociology or religion ever taught, which has not a happy home as its foundation, is not worth the wind that carries it. A waiter at Elkhart, Ind., who was inconsiderately given a $5 tip, fell to the floor unconscious and in 15 minutes was dead of heart failure. Lots of arguments have been presented against the tipping evil. Here Is a new one. And yet it is not entirely new, for the oldest and best argument ever advanced is that the tip always kills something in him to whom it is given. It may be only self respect, but that is something—isn't it? The tip is primarily an expression of a feelinf patronizing su periority of the man who gives it over the man he gives it to. No body ever thinks of giving a tip to an equal. It is only to those one considers beneath him that one dares to offer tips, and he gives them less in gratitude for services rendered than in order to Indulge his own feeling of superiority. The poor waiter who is calle:l upon to concede that the man he 6erves is 10 or 15 or 25 cents better than himself may cheerfully take the money with little loss of self respect. But a vain idiot with full purse and empty head who pretends to be $5 better than a waiter is enough to drive any self respecting waiter either to heart failure or manslaughter. Going Camping Then go to Fish Trap lake. Get off at Tyler, 27 miles south west on the N. P. R. R. The best bass and perch fishing in the west. An ideal camping place free to all. Boats, tents, fishing tackle and camp supplies of all kinds on ground. Also stable and feed for horses. Pay us a visit. Address R. D. WILLIAMS, Tyler Wash m MOT PAUL T@ CALL w> tike iPRESS MAIN 3f5 Amy 9svmmtg y©w hs& m©& oom* Vy £:3© ©nb© wal3 Bra watt y©m art* ©moo The Press delivered at your door for 25c per month. Phone 375. The Press delivered at your door far 26e per month. Phone 375. A TIP THAT KILLED The Northern Pacific railway announces dates for special rates to eastern points as follows: July 2 and 3, August 7, 8 and 9, Septem ber 8 and 10, St. Paul, Omoha or Kansas City and return, $52.50; St. Louis and return, $60.00; Chicago and return, $04.00. To accommoffate tfle Increased travel on trains 15 and l(j—the "Spokane-Puget Sound local"—the Northern Pacific h&z replaced the "grill" cars with "standard" diners, beginning Sunday, July 8. Break fast will be served, westbound, at 6 a. m. to take care of Tacoma pas sengers before sleeper is cut out at Auburn. The Press delivered at your door for 25c per month. Phone 375. As for Mrs. Leslie Carter, she married in haste and is repenting in the same way. Entered at Spokane, Wash., as Second .Mass Matter. SPECIAL RATES EAST. G. A. MITCHELL, G. A. STANDARD DINING CARS TRAINS 15 AND 18. IT'S WATERMELON TIME THIS CARNEGIE PLANT MAY MAKE DIAMONDS WHERE THE HARDEST PRESS URE AND GREATEST HEAT WILL BE GENERATED. The Carnegie Institution has started the erection in Washington, D. C, of a geophysical laboratory to cost in the neighborhood of $200,000. It will be equipped with machinery for making experimental studies of rocks and other things. It Is quite possible that it will end by making diamonds. The purpose of the geophysical scientists is to see how far their theories in regard to the construc tion of the earth's surface will stand the tests of experimental re production of rocks and dirt. The geologists have claimed that cer tain conditions of great heat and great pressure will produce certain results. With ordinary machinery, in or- LOUIE LANDED IT. In tho last minute of the nine teenth round Louie Long who had been outpointed up to that time by Johnny Crowe at Everett, Tues day nlgbt, let go a left swing and put Crowe out. It was the same old saving punch that has done wonders for Long in the past. He never was clever, but always a puncher of the pile driver order. WILL INTEREST MANY. Every person should know that good health Is impossible if the kid neys are deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure kidney and bladi'.e.- disease in every form, and will build up and strengthen these or gans so they will perform their functions properly. No danger of Bright's disease or diabetes if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken in time. Watson Drug Co. dinary laboratories, it is not possi ble to secure the very high tem peratures, and the tremendous pressures which are supposed to exist far below the crust of the earth. So Mr. Carnegie will build this laboratory and equip it with hy draulic pressing machines which will press harder than any ma chine in the world. At the same time he will equip it with electric furnaces which will make things better than they have ever been made in any furnace in the world. Then the heated substance will be subjected to the great pressure, and we will see what happens. If it chances to be pure carbon that is so treated, the result ought to be diamonds. GIVEN TICKETS AND TOLD TO GO HOME ST. PETERSBURG, July 2G — The government, to get rid of trou ble makers, has given each mem ber of the dispersed douma a first Class ticket home, and $5 for ex penses. The police escorted each to the railroad station and arrested sympathizers who cheered. The government didn't arrest signers ol the Viborg appeal because of a wish to pacify the people as much as pos sible. The present government's days are numbered, but civil war Is un likely, a Sir Walter Raleigh smiledias he felt the blade of the ax. "Do you think this is a Dke?" asked the headsman. "Not at ail; but it migl : worse. I was thinking tha if I were not executed now I bight take a trip to the United [tales and possibly be killed by an auto mobile. Don't stop on v f uc count.!- THE SPOKANE PRESS Jcaly ABU EsiMs ©If Rsnsmaimfts, WnfM Qs>®^s 9 SMlks, S<mfto®mis 9 LMrags, LnimonnSi, W«slh IDorsss <S®©<&8 9 MMsllimSlhooft rasigs, C®lc®s 9 JFlsffinris, IF2(am®ll©ftirs§ 9 Lawiras, @irgsiim<alD©§ c ©aiftDßft®§ 9 IRnMKSJiras, Lsi©BS 9 lUbc© TiimiuMiiags <m<& mhrcMmiu, MJL QQ> ®>N SALE TOMOIRJROW flflt Tfia® Granted Wmt Suk Thid Mm Ev®n° Sftradk S|p>®lk«im« C@mm@na©@s'sift THE W®IMID)E!I T©m@irirc:Wo WE BOUGHT AN ENTIRE MANUFACTURER'S STOCK—2SOO PAIRS IN ALL—AND WE GOT THEM SO CHEAP THAT YOU CAN SAVE ON EVERY GARMENT ABOUT A THIRD OF ITS VALUE. THE PANTS COME IN ALL PATTERNS AND COLORS, BLUE SERGE, GRAY STRIPED AND CHECKED WORSTEDS, CASHMERES, CHEVIOTS, KERSEYS, ETC.; ALL GOOD STYLES AND EVERY PAIR THIS YEAR'S MANUFACTURE. FOR EITHER MEN OR YOUTHS $1.00 pants on sale at 85c $1.25 pants on sate at 95c $2.00 pants on sale at $1-35 $2.50 pants on sale at $1-75 $3.00 pants on sale at $2.00 ©mi ftfln© F©rafr(fe lFl@©ir Lemoges & Carlsbad China Cups and Saucers—Sold usually up to $1.00. Bargain Friday price 35c Decorated Pitchers—Sold regularly at 15c and 35c. Bargain Fri day prices 10c and 15c Japanned Bread Box—Large sizes; 85c values. Bargain Friday price < Roger Brothers 1847 Knives and Forks—Set of six, each $3.98 Mrs. Pott's Sad Iron Handles —Each 7c Camping Kitchen Knives and Forks—A pair 10c Kitchen Paring Knives —Good quality, each 15c Emery Steel —For sharpening knives, each 10c Japanned Flour Dredges —Each Sc Earthquakes are driving people out of New Mexico. At last we've found out what an earthquake's good for. Tin® R@mmm& Chm Up @ff ts)@ Ycbhit HALF IPWCE 00L00, OLIVER'S OSTRICH. John D. Rockefeller Intends writ ing a book on his tmpresslons of France. Here's hoping he doesn't take to the lecture platform. HALF »DCE $3.00 pants on sale at $2.25 $4.00 pants on sale at $2.75 $4.50 pants on sale at $3.00 $5.00 pants on sale at $3.50 7 \ Positive A soda cracker should be the most nutri tious and wholesome of all foods made from wheat— But ordinary soda crackers absorb moist ure, collect dust and become stale and soggy long before they reach your table. There is however, one soda cracker —at once so pure, so clean, so crisp and nourishing that it stands alone in its supreme excellence—the name is Uneeda Biscuit 5* The Spokane Pre** delivered to your house for 25c a month. Tele phone Main 375. Th® BaHsimca ©f &la© Stedk ©IT iS©y<§ 9 Waslh* We have a hundred or two wash suits loft over—too many for this late season for us to handle. Yet as we are suro to have two months of warm' weather yet you are sure to want to buy a few of these at these low prices. They can l>e had in two styles—Buster Brown and sailor blouse —and the materials are chambrays, ginghams, madras and per cales both plain colors and stripes. On sale at HALF PRICE. Comparative Superlative In a dust tight, moisture proof package. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Men will find fault where therfl is none to find and when the* never find anything else. Thursday, iut» n. *1 Jfady JJL IRecakc£i®nu i Sail®.