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CITY LEAGUE Baseball teams from the Bradley Engineering Works, Union Iron Works and the Fairbanks-Morse Co. joined the City league last night to replace t'iie learns of the Dodd Clothing Co., Chicago Cloth ing Co. and S. A. A. C. Poweli aanders, Jones & Dilling ham and Rapp & Lloyd are the other three teams now making up the City league. Tbe league will play on the un fair Washington Water I'ower Co. grounds at Natalorium park. The teams taken in last night represent buajßeSi houses which cannot be affected by the unions. The Union Iron works runs an open shop; the Fairbanks-Morse Co. is represented here merely by an office, as is also the Bradley Ma chinery house. The teams that withdrew last night were from business houses which draw looal patronage and might he affected by tbe ban placed upon the City league. WALCOTT NOW A COMMON DRUNK Special Correspondence to Th* Press BOSTON, Mass., March 13. —A grin is a mighty big thing in the explaining line once lv a while. .Toe Walcott, colored ex-welterweight Champion, balances a deficit of $150,000 In his personal account in just that way. Joe was always fond of crooking his (dhow, and since he was sent to the land of back calendars by Honey Mellody doe bas fought the booze game to a finish. An ex champion without money la not "so much," and he landed in police court with a "common drunk' c harge against him. He looked like a Ira in j. Before passing sentence the judge said: "What bas become ot that $150,000 you are said to have won in tbe past lo years?" .lee pondered a minute and then, looking up at the judge, just grin ned. He was dismissed. SCALER AND HARRISON. The Sealer Harrison match was •made yesterday afternoon. Bach •boy put up $l."iii aud signed ar tides calling for weighing in al 130 pounds at !! o'clock the nlghl Of the fight, and the fighting not to be Mm filer than 12 o'clock. The $250 side bet also goes for Weight and appearance forfell The boys will fight before any club offering in ducements, The mill v. ill un ddubtedly go to Palouse, JUST WATCH JESSE STOVAL. Pesse Stoval has announced his retirement from professional base ball and says be will run a bowling alley ibis year at Everett, rathei than return to Louisville to play bull Watch Jesse turn up iv Se nttle with Dugdale about the time he has convinced the management of the Louisville club that he is lv earnest about mil returning east. Jesse would prove a big drawing card for Dugdale, besides being there with the stiea and all around good fielding. SCALER IN TRAINING. Kid Sealer left for Medical Lake Ibis afternoon to begin training for (his coming light with Kid Harrison Jack Kearns, Sealer's manager ami trainer, will not go with him. but "Will hire a trainer. Kearns has Other business on just now and can yiol spare tbe time to his protege, Kid Harrison will leave lor Pa louse in a day or two II is almost Certain the match will be pulled off fit the PalOUSe opera bouse. ' ROLLER BASKET BALL. Tomorrow night at the Princess rink the s. a. a. c. roller basket liull team and Ihe John \V. lira hams will play. The S A. A. C team has yel to meet defeat, and <he Graham boys have won nearly nil their games, so it Is expected that the i lest will be a hot one. BASEBALL BITS. ,T. J. Mullane, brother to Tony has been signed t,, umpire in the Northwest league, 'I'be Butte team will do its ■pring training in Moscow. Idaho, ami will reach thai "metropolis" about Maroh 25. TELEPHONE GIRLS STRIKE. ORB3AT FALLS, Mont., March 13 •--A Btrlka of telephone girls n this dty, Billings, Red Lodge, Living aton and Lew Ist on has been order «d The union demands the Helena Wage scale and reinstatement or discharged members FISH A DIRECTOR. ST. LOUff, March IS Missouri Pacific stockholders elected Stuyve Bant Pish a director of that road. Fish was lately de,, iseil from the presidency of the Illinois Central by Horrtmaa, FIND THIS KIDNAPPED BOY AND YOU WILL BE PAID $20,000 Have you seen him anywhere during the past few days? He is Horace Marvin, Ihe four year old son of Dr. Marvin, and he was kid naped on March I from his father's farm iv Delaware. There is a reward of $22,000 offered to anybody who finds him. He may be in any section Of I be count ry. Special Correspondent to The Preis DOVER, Del., March 18.—Al though he refuses to discuss It, thi father of little Horace Marvin, four years of age, is reported to hay received a letter demanding heavy ransom foi the return of his child, for whom the whole suite of Dels ware is searching. The lad disappeared like magic on the morning of March I while playing near a haystack on his fa ther's estate in Kltts Hammock, on Delaware bay. The father, Or. Ho race N. Marvin, is a wealthy cattle 'Miser, formerly of South Dakota. Even the discovery of the child's cap or a shoe would relieve his sus •tense. He offers 180,000 reward for the arrest of the kidnapers and the return of his sou The legisla ture of Delaware has just rushed through an appropriation tor a $-'.- ilOu reward. The lad was missed 10 minutes after he was lasi seen, ami search begun. No I race whatever has been found of him. The countryside Is thronged With searchers thread- Inn forest, field and the dreary ex panse of frozen marsh In that sec Hon. Even eagles' nosis in high trees were nxpored on the theorj that n huge bird may have picked him up. Two strangers, ostensibly hunt era, a few days before made In qulriea about the Marvin family In ihe neighborhood, Horace Marvin jr.: Ago I*oll r years. Slse- Large for bis age. Skin -Light. Hair -Light. Eyes -Blue. face— Chubby, Dress Cap. knitted worsted to boggan with tassel: coat, dark blue, buttoning On one side only: baby overalls and jumper. COULDN'T READ THE FUTURE. "Here's live dollars on account" "When do you expect to pay me the balance? M "Do you take me for a fortune teller?" ARRCGANTCONOUSTCR c im plaint has boon made about n new conductor on the Washing ton Witter Power 00. Una refuting to stop vi corner* tor passengers. At !i::to o'clock Inst ntgfct, when eat n<i ios wan passing tha corner at Bpragua at. ami Lincoln st., an )hl lady with a bundle stood on the sidewalk frantically waving her hand. The car passed her and she tried to catch it. Conductor No. IT) refused to Btop the car and re marked "She would stand on the si reel next time." At that par ticular corner the tracks pass too near the sidewalk for a patron to stand on the street. Big Bargains FOR Thursday and Friday AT JEANNOT BROS.' DEPARTMENT STORE, 0722 and 0724 Monroe Street. Grocery Dept. Fancy Cranberries, lb 10c in lb. sack Granulated Sugar.. 50c Fancy can Corn al 10c and 20c Fancy can Tomatoes, 2 for 25c and each 20c Fancy can Fruit at 2 for :!5c and 25c, 30c and 35c Fancy Coffees at 20c, 25c, 28c, 29c. 30c, 35c Fancy Teas, 50c duality at, lb. .29c Fancy Teas, 60c quality at, 1b..35c Any variety. Shillings- Spices at. can 10c Shillings Coffee al. pkg 25c Shillings Teas at, pkg 25c Fancy White House Maple S> rup, gal $1.25 FanC) While House Maple Syrup, half gal 65c Fancy While House Maple Syrup, quarter gal 35c Fancy While House Maple Syrup, I'-i gals $-1.00 I gal. Pi Q. Drip for 50c 16 gal P, Q. Drip tor 25c i gal Westmoreland Maple.. $1.25 gal, Westmoreland Maple...6sc Best 10c Toilet Paper, -I rolls. 25c Best 15c Toilet Paper, 3 r0115..25c Ladies' Black Waist at..Half Price $2 pieces Hand Painted China 49c Wall Paper Bargains—Over 86,000 Rolls on Sale. Ml 80 Paper, in grains and all. at, per boll 40c Oak Boom Mouldings, fool 2c Fancy Room Mouldings, f00t....3c Oak Plate Rati, fool 6c Oak Chair Rail, foot 5c We can save you fully one half on anything in Paper and Moul ting AT Teannot Bros. 9 PHONE MAIN 2087 THE UNITED STATES EMBROIDERY Co. Fifty per cent saved iiy buying of US Suits, Skirts, Waists aud Ladies' Apparel. 1009 SPRAGUE. L. J. Green, Prop. THE AUTO STROP SAFETY RAZOR; BEST MADE; PRICE $5. LET US SHOW YOU. Watson Drug Co. 233 RIVERSIDE AYE. SPOKANE PRESS/MARCH 13, 1907 Theaters THE SPOKANE. "Buster Brown," played last night, will be repeated tonight. The company is fair, but this sort of performance is wornout aiiu stale. THE AUDITORIUM. "A Temperance Town." THE COLUMBIA. "A Jolly American Tramp." THE WASHINGTON. Mat-low and Kolb have a one act this week: Gilbert's dogs are proving a strong attraction. 1 ANOTHER RAILROAD WAILOF WORRY WASHINGTON, March. 13.— President Stiekney, of the Chicago Great Western road, is here to add his wail to the railroad magnate's dark prophecies of panic. Accord ing to Stickney'B doleful view, a continuance of the railroad regula tion agitation will put all the roads in bankruptcy. His preventative is to abolish the interstate commission as now constituted and put railroad supervision in the hands of the fed eral government with an officer in the cabinet. The railroad magnates are agreed on the fact that the interstate com merce commission is altogether too active and efficacious. They de mand more red tape and less re sults. SIDETRACKS STREET CAR ORDINANCE Councilman W. G. Estep last night sidetracked the Pratt or dinance to require street car com panies to employ only competent men by having the matter referred back to the corporation counsel for au opinion as to the legality of the action. It is proposed that conductors and motormon be trained 10 days before being given charge of cars. Notice Housewives, we want you to buy pure food bread, cakes and pies where quality and quantity are ab solutely guaranteed. Home made bread, cakes, rolls and buns, fresh every day. NEW HOME BAKERY 01824 Division St., Corner Indiana C. Robert, Prop. TODAY WE HAVE IN STOCK 11 C Cameras and KodaKs [li DO other house in the Inland Empire can you find such a large and complete assortment from which to select. Come In and look them over. Jones S Lovejoy 719 Riverside Avenue MILL WOOD $2 lo p «2 Phone 1172. Johnston Shingle Co. Who Is Groff? He's a tailor at 504 Sprague Avenue that gives the best values in the city. IF YOU WANT THE BEST CALL UP Blusson &l Clitsome MAIN 2046 WE WII.I. CALL rOK TOUB OI.OTITBS, CLEAN, PBESS AND DE- T«fVEB TEEM, AT TIE rCI.LIV 1 . PRICES: Suit Coat Vest Pants O'Ooat s. lr Jackt Hnuihed nnd Prasad. .. SO 50 $0 25 $0 10 SO 85 $0 50 $0 50 jso 25 Bpnnmd with cleaning. . fluid an-l press.-1 75 .35 1 .15 .35 .76 75 .60 Thoroughly steam Cleaned 1.60 100 25 . 75 150 • I • Thoroughly French i»ry 1 25 1 Cleaned . 350 1 35 1 53 100 20012 00 I 1.50 Free on 11* and deliveries when anionut la 75c; when auiouut li less. 10c l Ihm. ■ Join onx clothes preset is; club. \v call for sad deliver, per suit, each week (ou rsgMilax days) $1.50 Per Month We carty a full Hue of Bnirltsh. Imported (roods. Wo. 3 IISTO!.* 3T. Notice To Voters Notice is hereby given that the Registration Books will be open for the registration of voters on March 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1907, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 9 o'clock p. m., on each of said days at the following places: FIRST WARD. Aila precinct—E27 Main avenue. Adams precinct—Owen Lumber Co.'s office. E2130 Boone ay. Alice precinct—Beneke's grocery, El lb Third ay. Alki precinct—No. 4 E. Sprague. Allen precinct—No. 7 fire station, First ay. and Magnolia st. Altamont precinct — Richland Park grocery, corner Perry st. and Eleventh ay. Anne precinct—Drug store, cor ner Fifth ay. and Sherman st. Arthur precinct—No. 6 fire sta tion, corner Sherman st. and Rusk ay. Ashley precinct—Church, corner Napa st. and Fourth ay. Alvin precinct—tu7 Helena St. SECOND WARD. Barth precinct—Kaiser hotel, 228 Main ay. Beacon precinct—92o Sprague ay. Belmont precinct — Roadnight's barn, corner Seventh ay. and How ard st. .(Burton precinct—Hudglna Bros., 411 Sprague ay. Blake precinct—Smith's cigar store, corner Howard st. and Spra gue ay. Blake precinct—Grocery store, corner Third ay. and Washington st Browne precinct—Riley Bros.' cigar store, 207 Howard st. Bernard precinct—Tuell's drug store, corner Second ay. and How ard st. Brickell precinct—Hotel Collins, 312 Washington st. Butler precinct—7oß Main ay. Burke precinct—Dempsey hotel. 407 Front ay. THIRD WARD. Cannon precinct—Office Inland Rrewing Co. Carr precinct—Smith's store, west end of bridge. Cass precinct— Bayloas & Cro well's store, 51540 Chestnut st. Carleton precinct—No. 4 Fire sta tion, corner Adams st. and First ay. Carlisle precinct—Barn south west corner Elm st. and Pacific ay. Clay precinct—Waggoner's gro cery, corner Main ay. and Huron st. Cleveland precinct — Melrose drug store, corner Fifth ay. and Maple st. Custer precinct—Cliff house, 1119 Third ay. Cliff precinct—l2l9 Ninth ay. FOURTH WARD. Damon precinct—Red Cross pharmacy, 070r> Monroe st. Dayton precinct—Thorpe's wood office. Dawson precinct—Tailor shop, 1722 Rroadway. Delaware precinct—ol4os Mon roe st. Dewey precinct—Mallon Aye. grocery, 201:1 Mallon ay. Douglas precinct—Ritter's drug store No. 2, 1727 Rroadway. Drumheller precinct—Drug store. 02802 Monroe st. Dwight precinct—Corner Jack son ay. and Monroe St. Dexter precinct—Nickum's store, 2027 Dean ay. Dora precinct—West End drug store, 01903 Ash st. FIFTH WARD. Eagle precinct—ol7l7 Morton at. Echo precinct—El2s Baldwin ay. Edwards precinct—Corner Wash ington at. and Sinto ay. • El Dorado precinct—Gilbert Bros store, corner Indiana and Wash ington. Elgin precinct—Barn, rear E!hi" Bridgeport ay. Elk precinct—Golden Rule gro cery. " Ermina precinct—No. 2 Eire sta tion, corner Indiana ay. and Stan dard st. Euclid precinct—Hugo grocery, 02707 Washington st. Eureka precinct—Elo7 Mission. C. A. FLEMINQ, City Clerk. FALLS DEAD OVER CRADLE. FREE WATER. Ore., March 13 — Mrs. Mary Hodgell, aged 74, fell dead yesterday morning while rock ing her baby granddaughter to sleep. WALL PAPER PAINTS, VARNISH OILS, ETC. We are now open for business and are prepared to give you the best at the lowest figure Remember, we are in the low rent district. Phone 3992. 01715 Monroe Moscow Nurseries IT'S IT ORDER EARLY CITY FREE DELIVERY Rice & Mumm. Phone 4181. Corner Monroe & Riverside Sprague and Washington Come and pick out what you want. GO TO S.ODSH&CO. Dealers and manufacturers of Harness and Saddles, Whips. Robes. Blankets, etc. It will pay you to call on us for anything in our line. Let us do your repair ing. 918 Sprague Aye. Phone Main 1196 THE FERN CONFECTIONERY and CAFE GEORGE PORTER, Prop. Ladles' make our Ice Cream Par lors your meeting point. We'll show you every attention. Meals served a la carte. Lunches put up. $32-334 RIVERSIDE Phone 3197 TELEPHONE MAIN 2203 Inland Junk and Hide Co. Office, 10-12-14 East Main Aye. Parisian Dye Works Parisian dyeing and cleaning. Dress pleating factory in con nection. No solicitors. L. A. Lehman, propr. Phone 2137. 605 First Aye., near Howard. Baseball Suits See VARNE.Y HE MAKES 'EM 175 So. Howard St. Phone 2456. Hong K.ong Noodle Cafe Under New Management 219 Wall Street MESSENGERS Aftft main Prompt and Reliable Service Day and Night CITY MESSENGER CO. GRAND HOTEL BUILDING NOTICE THE NAME Beutelspacher REPAIRS WATCHES CORRECTLY 609 PEYTON BLOCK. TEL. 535. IF You want some nice Kotos come to me. My prices are smaller than anyone ettMb] my pictures are all guaranteed. If you doubt it Rhone HIS, N. W. COOKE Artistic Photographer Howard and Mam, Daniels Blk. STAMP FOTOS. Try tHe U.S. Wo have A new ai rival of Spring and Summer Goods. □real quantities. THE U. S. TAILORS, 5 Washington St. Tel. 3320. I/" SPOKANE/A «.| TONIGHT AT 8:15 The Record Hiking Musical Comedy "BUSTER BROWN" Funnier Than Ever See Buster and bis dog Tige—The Bobby Hums Brigade. Prices —Evening, $1 to 25c. Ma tinee, 25e. ."ihe, 75c. Bring the Children to the Matinee. Columbia Theatre TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK AND SATURDAY MATINEE A Jolly American Tramp DO YOU LIKE SENSATION? Prices—2oc, 30c, 50c; matinee, 10c, 25c. Coming—"LOST IN NEW YORK." THE AUDITORIUM H. C. Hay ward. Mgr. Tel M. 1212. JESSIE 3HIRLEY CO. Tonight and All Week. Witn Satur day Matinee, presenting A Temperance Town Prices—Lower floor, GOe nn.l 40c; balcony, 25c; matinee. 25c and 10c. WASHINGTON THEATER GEO. C. BLAKESLEE. Manager. POLITE VAUDEVILLE OKI ViEK, COMMENCING MARCH 10 Herbert's Dogs Wonderful Canine Tricksters Six Other Excellent Numbers. Matinee every day. Two perform ances every evening. Prices 25 and 15 cents. DON'T MISS SEEING GAME League Basketball on Rollers S. A. A. C. vs. JOHN W. GRAHAM TOMORROW NIGHT AT Princess RinK TKe Central FURNISHED ROOMS 5 1 -2 Howard St. Next to Traders Bank. Phone 9048 NEW DIVISION ST. STORE. J. R. Horsley & Co., Prop. Dealers In Dry Goods, Gents' Underwear, etc. Come in and get our prices. We can save you from lo to 15 cents on every dollar on downtown prices. Sewing machines for sale —see them. 01825 DIVISION ST. Pictures Framed We will frame your Picture so as to bring out its best points. We make our own frames so we can put in just tbe material to go best with your picture. Call us up and we will send our rep resentative with samples, or drop into our store and see our work. GANDY 1025 Sprague Phone 1040 Housefurnishing Co. Com pie ta line of Furniture, Stoves, Tinware, Crockery, 01 ass wars, Mining Outfits, Tents and Wagoa Covers. Goods sold on Instailnaßta, 227-29 Riverside Ay. Phone 2494. iNiehosson's cale Late of 220 Riverside. ROW lo cated at ii" Sprague ay. we invite our pat runs to call. Jos. Nicholson. Ihe Exchange Furniture House HOUSEHOLD GOODS. BOUGHT AND SOLD 922 24-26 Sprague Ay. Tel. 2185. DR. E. C. MEANS EYE SPECIALIST Now Located at 318 Main Aye. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS FOR BALB. j $4,500—240 acres near Colbert $4,500—160 acres near Coeur d'Alene. $2,600—5 rooms; modern; Union park. $2,000—4 rooms; fine corner; Augusta. j GRAY tc McCUNB, ,', First Aye. and Wall St. $I,OSO—FIVE ROOMS; TERMS; Lidgerwood park. $2.30t) —Five rooms; shade trees; fruit; two lots. $2,6oo—Five rooms; modern; south side. $5.300 —10 rooms; Corbin park. GRAY & McCUNE. First Avenue and Wall Street. FOLDING BED, TABLE. SMALL dresser, coal stove, rockers, for sale. E1423 Second ay. —13 FOR SALE—BARBER SHOP; will sell two year lease; two months' rent paid; $70. Call 320»4 Main ay. —15 FOR BALK—A GOOD PRESS route; very reasonable. See Marshall at The Press office, 616 Front ay. Phone 375. THE PRESS REQUIRES AN Ex perienced canvasser; one with newspaper experience preferred; must be Al man. 616 Front ay. FARM AND CITY PROPERTY and business chances; loans, rentals. Cassady & Olson, Mala 6551. Room GO Symons block. VACANT LOTS FOR SALE BY owner. $10 down, $10 month; price $275. Call ElsOl Sprague ay.; phone 9127. —13 WANTED — MAN TO WORK around place; must be sober; man of a family preferred; good wages. Address P O box 2017, Spokane. —19 FOR RENT-- SIX ACRES OF" flue potato land; near city; right at the railroad station. Address P. O. box 2017, Spokane. WANTED—YOCNO GIRL TO AS sist with housework on West Riv erside a lew hours a day; no inter ference with school work; good pay. Address Box 4, Pres9. —13 PARTNER WANTED IN LADIES' and gents' tailoring business. Room 1 Daniels block. Phono 2455. —15 INSURE YOCR LIVESTOCK — Northwest Livestock Insurance Co., 1710 Broadway, Seattle. Lib ' eral commission to agents; write jus for agency in your locality. —14 CAST OFF CLOTHING. Positively highest prices paid for east off clothing. N223 Steven*. M. 1711. PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. Tel 399. 220-0 HORSESHOEING. Charles Staley, Pacific avenue a»l rternard street. 128-J* FURNITURE CARPETS HARDWARE A. D. McDonald Supply Co. 212214 Riverside Aye. Mr. Watson atates he will not open a branch drug store in tha Madison building, but will give his entire attention to the Riverside ay. store. Keystone Drapery Co. Manufacturers of Parlor Goods, Draperies and Upholstering. Ijet us figure on your repair work. 01830 DIVISION STREET. Phone 2355 Sam Crow GREAT DISPLAY OF GRAND PIANOS IN "The House of Quality" SHERMAN CLAY ft CO. 810 SPRAGUE AVENUE. SING, FAT ft CO. Importers and dealers In Chi nese and Japanese Fancy Goods. Ladies' garments ma lo to order. 512 FRONT AYE. Lee's Second Hand Store IS THE PLACE TO BUY OR SELL Phone 2771. 323 DIVISION California Cycle S Repair Shop .IAS. F. STACK. 12 RIVERSIDE AYE.