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FATTEN UP THIS WEEK
Won Lost P. C. Spokane 26 IS .609 Tacoma 26 21 .553 Vancouver 26 26 .500 Butte 18 21 .462 Seattle 25 30 .455 Aberdeen 23 30 .434 V 1 By hook and crook, and one way and any other, the Tigers have got within 56 points of the Indians, while Vancouver is about the same distance away from the Tigers. On class the Canucks ought to be in second place and would be but for their late start. This series with Aberdeen, however, will put the In dians a long ways out on the trail again. THREE HOME RUNS FOR CHARLEY SWAIN Charley Swain did it at Seattle yesterday. Charles is the chap Manager Quinn traded to Butte. Well, Charley rapped out three successive home runs and scored four of Butte's six after Seattle had the game almost cinched. Harkness and Claflin pitched for Butte; Coy and Welsh for Seattle. Score: Seattle 5, Butte 6. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Detroit 4, Chicago 1; Cleveland 2, Philadelphia !). NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 0, Brooklyn 1; Pittsburg 0, Cincinnati 4; St. Louis tj Boston 0; Chicago 1, New York 7. HICKEY WINS A GAME The Vancouver ball team stopped off at Wilsoncreek en route to the coast yesterday and won from the sagebrush team 7 to 2. Jack Hickey pitched. It was the second game Hickey won this year. The other was with Wenatchee. There's just a bit of baseball pathos in liickey's csbo. He used to be "Handsome Jack," with a corking left wing and a winning record. He went into fast company For the Summer's Cooking No kitchen appliance gives such actual satisfaction and real home comfort as the New- Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove. »► Kitchen work, this coming summer, will be better and quicker done, with greater |\ Jr personal comfort for the worker if, instead of the stifling W heat of a coal fire, you cook by the concentrattd flame of the NEW PERFECTION JVick Blue name 0U Cook-Stove Delivers heat where you want it —never where you don't W want it—thus it keeps the kitchen cool. Burns for M hours on one filling. Instantly regulated for low, M medium or intense heat. Has sufficient capacity for m all household needs. Three sixes—if not at your dealer's, write our nearest agency. V"n J* * «afe, economical and a wonderful light giver. Solidly made, beautifully nickeled. Your living-room will be pleasanter with a Rayo Lamp. If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST A |500 library nnd ensea given away absolutely free to tho lodge, school, church, club or society In Spokane securing the largest number of vote* by Dee. Ist, 1908. Merchant! listed below will give one vote with each 10c purchase. Current accounts promptly paid uro entitled to votes. Th* library Is on exhibition at (loble, Pratt ■ Robbins, Post and Main. Bul lot boxes am located ut McNub Drug On., Wash, nnd Riverside; Arnold Drug Co., si 3 Riverside; Broadway Rome Battery, 1715 Broadway; Brown's Pharmacy, Monro* and Maxwell; Bast Bind Pharmacy, Napa and Bpragu*; Fulr Pharmacy, EBlvla Bpragu*; The Mission, 01525 Division; The B. A. Grocery, fifth aye. and Fisk; West Side Pharmacy, Ash and Indiana, WHITE HOUSE DXV GOODS CO., Riverside, Howard und Bprague, Main 81. chant mubio CO., 108-810 Klver *ldo. Phone ISM. THE BOtlß MITCHKLt elec tric CO., tis-120 Mncoln. Main toss atcVTAB ohuo 00., Washington ami Riverside, MuJu 281. THE MARVEL MILLINERY, 404 Riverside, Muln 14M. CASCADE LAUNDRY 00., »11 Bridge. Muxwi-11 lit, BPOKANE CEREAL FEED k FUEL CO., Heck S| »•-. coal. 010 IS Division. Maxwell 30». OALIFORNIA MARKET. Meats, ttsb, eggs und butter. 01425 Monroe. Muxwoll 2-'". WASH TIRE REPAIR STATION, auto, tire vulcanised, bicycle* and sundrlna. Repairing otioii Monroe. METRO POLE MARKET, Meats. S2l Sprague Mntn in 17 BBOABWAT MARKET, Meats. 172* Broadway Maxwell 2». SPOKANE FX.OBXBT CO., 722 Rlv • raide. Main 5. GOLDEN WEST BAKERY. 101904 Sprague Muln 4170. TAX* PHARMACY. [08688 Sprugue. Main 7211. A. K. AUSTIN, Kr.-d, 0824 Monroe. Maxwell 2128. BBOABWAT KOME BAXEBT, I nr. Broadway. Maxwell 8174\ wo. foots, Orooarles, si 4 Pitts* burg at. Muln 1980. ooble, pratt it bobbins, Fur niture, Main und Post, Priv, l£x. |S, WARE BROS., Hardware, ti nts and awnings, 125 Howard. Main 2177. D. T. PrEROE, Harness und sad dlery. 821 Sprague. Main 41i!(S. BROWN'S pharmacy. Monroe R:UI Maxwell. Muxwrll 14«0. ■OPOBAaTB STB AX LAUNDRY, 401 Howurd Main 174. VCra OBBBK BAIBT CO., 8108 I>tr*}jton Main 815. 9. A. MoXBTTBS, Plumbing, 87 Bt*veim Main 2487. IfU ALMA OA SB aaOOEMT, (aUeund ay. and Cedar. Main «93. and out again, and now he is on the payroll through the kindness of old team mates, apparently, as his only use Is to walk around in front of the grandstand and look pretty. There's a reason behind It all, of course, but nobody ever mentions it. Jackcan't handle the ball any more and can't get into shape. JEFF PICKS GANS BY JAS. J. JEFFRIES. Joe Gans will whip "Battling" Nelson in their fight on July 4 and the battle will not go the limit. This is my opinion of the coming contest as to why Gans should win. It is based on the simple fact that he is a better man in every way than the Dane. One of the cleverest men in the ring, Joe should easily chop out a victory for himself. Nelson is game to the core and never knows what it means to give up. For this rea son I think he will give the dinge a hard fight while it lasts. Many have said that Gans was not fouled in their great fight at Goldfield. This may or not be true. I don't care to enter a controversy on this subject, but I do think that Joe- Gans will be the acknowledged superior after July 4. Why even Jimmy Britt whipped Nelson aud Britt never saw the day that he could defeat Gans in a fair fight. If I were a heavy bettor Gans would carry my coin when he goes into the ring with Bat Nelson. TAMP OSBURN A STAR Tamp Osborn, the long boy who used to pitch for Spokane, is now making a big hit as the star twirler of Chehalls. The same is a little town between Tacoma and Port land. They account for Tamp be ing there on the theory that he Is tired of professional baseball and merely wants to play enough to keep feeling good. That's a good reason and it's also a nice place for Tamp over there. Box Ball alleys between Figure Eight and Old Mill at Natatorlum Park. *** Ladies and children enjoy Box Ball. *** BOSTON MARKET. Meat! MOOM uv. and Cedar, Muln 1927. CANNON HILL FUEL ft IOE CO., Wood, Paclflc and Drown. Main lt>o7. STANDARD COMMERCIAL COL LEOE. Columbia lu.iMain till, O. X. market, Meats, 071* Mon roe. Maxwell 882. SQUARE DEAL MARKET, Men in, 81830 Bpragua, Main 826. COOPERATIVE REALTY 00., 4 Barnard Muln 1863. BXNOEX. ft MIKEUKLL Tinners, KISII Npuigiie. Main INBO, EAST END PHARMACY Napa and Sprague. Main 1221. UNION FEED CO., Ellßlo Sprague. Mailt 6317, ALLEN OROCERY 00., 01827 Di vlkliui. Maxwell 22C. THE MISSION, i 'unfed Inuerlaa, 01525 Plviaiiin ARNOLD DRUB CO., 81 3 Riverside, Main 168, OKAS. E. STUROES, Jeweler. SIS Riverside. J. CLARK WATSON Opll.'lan. Main 8887, 208 Chemical block. THE B. A. GROCERY Main 2341. Klrth aye ami Klak. BROADWAY DBY OOODS 00. Maxwell 272* 1781 Broadway. RED CROSS MEAT MARKET. Maxwell 'aSfi. Aah •>nd Indiana. J. H ROBERTS * BRO Hungtes. Wiimum and Mnass, O!'3G Monroe THE VIOLET HAIR BAXAAB. Ladles' Hair Honda, Com OS and 'I'ollet Artlelea. Hcnta' Toupeea 410 Bpraaue. Main I7:i8. SPOKANE TAILORING CO. Malr. 1081 xi 7 Bpruue, EMPIRE TEA AND CROCKERY Co. MMm I*2. Mil ltlversid». BiVflT AND BERNARD. Main 9439. IR2I R. Sprague. WEST MXDB PHARMACY Ash and Indiana. Maxwell 11.' DOODY a HII.BOKN. <'• rocVI !*s. Hardware. Maxwll 31(7. A«h nnd Indiana, libhy abt studio. Portraits, Main 247 . "ti WoJ.ertQn block. BAYXB SSIOB OO 114 Poat at. Former Actress Sues for Divorce Special Correspondence to Th* Press NEW YORK, June 23—Mrs. Min nie Heminway, once known on the stage as Fern Ballentine, has brought suit for divorce against Louis M. Heminway, son of a wealthy Connecticut family known throughout the world as manufac- MRS. MINNIE HEMINWAY turers of silk thread. Intemperance and more serious offenses are charged, but no names are men tioned. Heminway, for answer, filed a counter suit in which he charges that at the time of their mar riage in 1903 she was still the wife of Herbert Ballentiue of Michigan. He also names several prominent New Yorkers as having paid her at tention. As Minnie Fern Green, 10 years ago Mrs. Heminway was a so cieyt belle of Battle Creek, Mich. SETTLES SHOOTING SUIT FOR $25.00 SEATTLE, June 23.—Jesse Hall has concluded that it is worth only $2,500 to be shot and has accepted that amount from his father-in-law, William Constantino. His first es timate of the damage was $100,000, for which amount he sued Constan tino after the latter had been fined $5,000 in a criminal action. When the $2,500 deal was made the suit was dismissed. The shooting resulted from the alleged mistreatment of Constan tino's daughter, and Hall narrowly escaped death from the wound. NAVAL PAYMASTER ESCAPES PENALTY WASHINGTON, D. C„ June 23.— Although Admiral Dayton and Sec. Metcalf both disapproved the ver dict, a eourtmartial has found E. D. Ryan, paymaster of the Pacific fleet, not guilty of the charge of drunkenness. Admiral Dayton brought the charge and the secre tary of the navy coincides with him in declaring that the eourtmartial finding is not according to the evi dence, but the verdict stands. MORE ROOM FOR ROOTERS And still they haven't room at Recreation park to accommodate the fans. Nothing like a winning team. The way Spokane is sup porting Rill Union's Indians is a good example for other towns. An other bleacher is left field with a seating capacity of 800 is to be erected within the next few weeks. If the crowds keep up It will be necessary tto line the fence with bleachers. They were lined with benches last Sunday. HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED IN THE NEW WAY Women's half soles sewed for 50c Men's half soles sewed for. . . .75c Phone 1535 and we will call for and deliver your repairing. LE CLAIRE SHOE CO. 823 Riverside. The Gabler, Ivers A Pond, Kurtz maun, Kroegtr, Capen, Cote and other good pianos, at reasonable prices and terms to suit. SPOKANE PIANO HOUSE D. L. Bowers, Manager Heath Block 23 Monroe St. HOMESTEAD Half million acres of land soon to be opened near Spokane. News and authentic map just out. RESERVATION INFORMATION AGENCY, 220 WALL ST. SPOKANE, WASH IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF I lie State of Washington, in and (Or the County of Spokane. Fred Gudomski, Plaintiff VS. Anna Qadomaki, Defendant. The State of Washington to the said Anna Gadomski, defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within sixty days after tho date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty days after the 2t;th day of May, li><>B, and defend the above-entitled ac tion in the above-entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plain tiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for the plaintiff at his office, below stated, and in case of your failure so to do judgment will bo rendered against you according to the de mand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of tho said court. The purpose of this action la to Moure, v .ilssolullon of the bonds of matrimony upon the ground of abandonment for mere than one year last past. SAMUEL R. STERN. Attorney tor Plaintiff. P. 0, Address: 100 Columbia building. Hpokane, Bpokane county, Washington. SPOKANE PftftSS» TUESDAY, JPNE 23, 1908. THEATER COLUMBIA. "Crazy for the Stage," with Mar jorie Lake in the leading role, Is the principal number on the bill this week. There are a couple of specialties in addition. WASHINGTON "The Absent-Minded Beggar," as presented by J. C. Nugent and Miss Grace Fertig is one of the best sketches that has been seen at the Washington in many weeks. The entire show is pleasing. PANTAQEB The Frank Maltese Comedy Co. Is playing five people this week and there are the usual number of vaudeville specialties besides number on the bill. AUDITORIUM. Bowery slang is the distinguish ing feature of "Chimmie Fadden," played by the Shirley Co. this week. The play is making a de served hit. UNION LEAGUE OPENS SEASON The newly organized Union ball league played two games Sunday at Gonzaga. The first resulted in victory for Federal union No. 11,624 over the machinists by a score of 9 to 8. The second saw the plumb ers defeat the carpenters 4 to 1. SINTON THE TAILOR Will make you a strictly hand tailored suit from $18.00 Up Made in Spokane. We specialize in young men's snappy clothes and make older men's suits right be sides. 240 Riverside Aye. Chase Sr sanbornfs Seal Brand Java—Mocha HE STANDARD OF EXCtL L t'NCt SOLE AGENTS ANDERSEN BROS. 511 SPRAGUE Cedar Mill Wood $2.00 LOAD WITHIN HALF MILE OF MILL. Johnson Shingle Co. Phone Maxwell 1172 ATLANTIC AND CATALDO FOR HARNESS Whips, Blanketa, etc., go to S. H. Rush & Co. new address 020 SPRAGUE. Phone 1196 Parisian Dye Works Has no branch offices nor agents. Office 80S fc.rst Ays. Phone 2137. . . . L. A. -shmann YOUR EYES Don't neglect attending to your eyes if they give you any trouble. I am a graduate of four of Ameri ca's leading colleges and offer my jprofessional services at a very moderate price. Cross eyes straightened without knife, pain or 4>rism. OREN H. HENRY Office Galena Block, Riverside and Post ,\ Northwestern J Automatic Machine Co. 512 MAIN AYE. Coin controlled machines of all kinds. Northwestern agents for Mill Novelty Company, the largest manufacturers of coin controlled machines in theh world. Write for Information and catalogues. St. Louis ANHEUSER BUSCH BEER 5c Big Glass DURKiN'S 121 Howard Street Also Wall and Sprague Phone 731 MATRIMONY TONIGHT Spokane Theater Admission Free DR. WM. WINDSOR, of Boston, tho world's most eminent phrenologist, will lec ture and delineate character, introducing seven beautiful young ladies and seven handsome young men, selecting life com panions according to the science of VITO SOPHY. Tomorrow night — "How to Become Rich." i j | ■ w-. Thursday night —"How to Be Healthy." Admission Tree INATATORIiJM PARK All Amusements Open Daily From 1 to 11 Free Outdoor Attractions Concerts Afternoon !") p. m. — Prof. Let Strange's daring Slide fur Life, hanging by bis teeth. At 5 p in and 10 p. m., Moxle, the celebrated hig'u diving dog. 10 p, m.—Prof, Le Strange's Fire Slide for Life Dancing Every Evening 8 To 11 P. M. Base Ball TOMORROW AND ALL WEEK NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE BPOKANE INDIANS vt. ABERDEEN RECREATION PARK Game called at. 3:15 p. m. Take E. Broadway or Gonzaga Traction cars. Columbia Theater Geo. M. Dreher, Manager THE LEWIS & LAKE MUSICAL COMEDY CO. and VAUDEVILLE SPECIALTIES Two performances each evening, 7:30 and 9 p. m. Matinees daily at 2:30. Prices 10, 15 and 25 cents. Box es and loges 50 cents. PANTAGES' THEATER E. Clarke Walker, Mgr. UNEQUALED VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK The Frank Maltese Comedy Co.. s—Peopl J. Francis Dooley & Corinne Sales, "The University Boy and Dancing Girl." 4 —Comrades — 4, peerless acrobats. The Wheel ers, comedy jugglers. Atwood & Terry, dispensers of mirth. Prices —15c and 25c; matinee daily 2:30 p. m., any seat 15c. First evening performance, 7:15. WASHINGTON THEATER Geo. C. Blakoilee. Manager WEEK COMMENCING JUNE 21, 1908 WILL ROGERS Assisted by Buck McKee and his mustang, "TEDDY" In an exhibition of roping Burgos & Clara, novelty gymnasts. I Louise Auber, singing comedienne. Al Leonhardt, juggler. J. C. Nu gent & Co., in "The Absent-Minded Beggar." Malvene, Thomas & Al fred, song and dance artists. Mov ing pictures. Matinee every day. Two shows every evening. Prices—ls and 25 cents. Special summer prices, for children: matinee every day, 10 cents. a — THE AUDITORIUM H. C. Hayward, Mgr. Phone M. 1242 THE JESSIE SHIRLEY CO. 153 d Week Presenting tonight and all week, Saturday matinee "CHIMMIE FADDEN" Prices —Evening, 60, 40 and 25c. Matinee —Adults, 25c; children, 10c. YOUR CHARACTER MAKES OR BREAKS YOU. Consult Dr. Windsor and obtain a complete delineation of your character, showing your talents and how to cultivate them; your disadvantages and how to overcome them; your adaptation in business, how to be successful in It; your adaptation in companionship an I mar riage, and how to improve your health and prolong life. Consultations daily at Spokane hotel. Hours, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Evening IT'S THE VALUES Five-room new modern cottage; northeast part of city; convenient to car and school; $300 handles It; price 12,600. THOMPSON-GILLIB INV. CO. S5 Wash. St., ground floor Hutton Blk. Phone 2530. Open evenings Lost —Small silver watch; Initials K. M.; finder call Main 1003; re ward. Spokane Artificial Limb House, legs, arms, trusses, braces, made and repaired. Sherwood bldg. Box Ball Is very good exercise. Lump Coal $7.50 DELIVERED Best furnace coal on the market NEL3ON COAL 4. WOOD CO. CALL MAIN 648 SPOKANE'S CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT is permanently located here. His honesty, test of time and of years of continuous practice in Spokane have proved beyond all doubt that Prof. St. Charles is the leader of his profession. As proof of his wonderful powers to all who come prepared for readings this week he will tell you your full name, occupa tion and the object of your visit. Prof. St. Charles TRANCE MEDIUM, CLAIRVOYANT HEALER His extraordinary powers of sec ond sight, combined with a super ior knowledge o' occult forces, en ables him to read human life with unerring accuracy from infancy to old age. Learn What Is Before You. His advice, pertaining to love, law business, wills, estates, buying or selling property, speculation, in vestments, marriages, divorce, etc., is unequaled. He reunites the sep arated, causes speedy and happy marriage with the one you love, gives truthful revelation of all love affairs, restores lost afTectlons, set tles lovers' quarrels, tells how to win tile man or woman you love, makes your husband or wife be true to you, overcomes all your enemies and makes a person at a distance think of you; tells you names of friends and enemies—who is true and who is false; tells you whom and when you will marry, giving names, dates, facts and location, taking no fee. accepting none un less satisfaction Is given. Is not tlits fair and honest? Great reduction this week, as a matter of adverstisement. Never before in the history of occult science has a man of Prof. St. Charles' professional standing consented to place his services at the disposal of the public for such a nominal consideration. How to Overcome All Troubles. Your Wish and Object in Life Can Be Obtained. The All-Wise Creator did not en dow you with high ideas, noble in spirations, desire for happiness and return for that great love craving within your heart without at the same time placing within your reach the means of attaining these desires. You would not desire a thing if you were not capable of attaining it. YOl'R WISH AND OBJECT IN LIFE CAN BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING PROFESSOR ST. CHARLES, BYMONfI BLDG., COR HOWARD AND SPRAGUE SPECIAL LOW FEE THIS WEEK. Maasliclt! Uomkrlul Palalsl OfMlMt dead trance ■Utrvnyunt, spiritual life reader, oldest, most re lUible spiritualist, business and teal meilluni. deep psyehopaluio reading of the highest order; it rang* power to help you. Talis Just what you want tj know, with names, dates, facts, location; c» oh hope, ironhle, tear, wish In love, maii'lage, business, sick ness, change. Journey, friend, enemy; in\eatuient; onuses .pecdy marriage, unites these ■epmitad, advises anl assists you to good conditions. Splr- I Hual treatment for developssaot und |w»>lth. Cures lost inomorv. luck of ambition, all weaknesses, renews vt- Itallty, rswoves evil Influences, muses you well and strong In thought, pur -Bi4 'a RIVERSIDE. ROOMS 5-6 PACIFIC HALLS Classified Ads Miscellaneous & Real Estate Opportunities HOTEL RICHTER One half block north of the Mot* roe street bridge. 0606 M Monroe. Everything strictly modern. New building, new furniture. Elegant place for city roomers. Transients a specialty. Hot and cold water te every room. Rates reasonable. Phone, Maxwell 1541. LYNNE HOTEL. 319 Wall st.. right ty the river: no nicer place In town for reg» lar or transient roomers; cosy, quiet and respectable; secluded but close In; only 2% blocks from Riverside ay.; rear entrances frosn Post st.; hot water all the time; moderate prices. HOTEL DEMPSEY. ONE BLOCK FROM O. N. DEPOT. NICE ROOMS, 50C TO $150. PHONE IN EACH ROOM TRANSIENTS. LARGE OFFICE C. C. DEMPSEY. PROP. FOR SALE -) Four-room house on Kiernan ar.; fourth house from Post st. carline; Pine Grove terrace; big bargain at $1,100; terms. 160 acres near Clear Lake; 25 acres cleared; nice orchard; $1,006 worth standing timber; $2,500; terms. SULLIVAN INVESTMENT CO. PHONE 2433 12 BERN ARO The Lark saloon for sale, located at Front and Wall; also furnish ed rooms upstairs. See T. D. Bos ton, proprietor. Phone Main 6255. A snap—Grocery store doing a $50 business a day will sell at aa invoice; rent $20 per month. Ap ply Geo. Whitesel, 1619 W. Mission. Maxwell 1400. CHOICE CANNON HILL LOTS Reasonable, and monthly pay ments. Also choice lots in other localities. GRAY & McCUNE CO. Phone 320. First Aye. and Wan $500 will buy two lots on East Sprague ay. One is a cor ner. Ten dollars down and ten a month. We also have a few more of those $150 lots left; same terms. Northern Investment Co., 512 Mohawk block. Phone 1232. Furniture for sale; whole lot or by piece; only used a month; also a modern house for rent. 01711 Post. t*bit m£t. For rent —Six-room house with fur niture for sale. Mrs. Hanson, S4ll Stevens. Main 1042. v For rent —Two nice unfurnished rooms for housekeeping; pantry, closet, use of phone; on car line. Telephone Main 7657. For rent —Two-room house, within mile circle; Northside; $8. Tele- Phone Maxwell 1294. For rent —Basement, suitable for second-hand business. Queen Coffee House, 337 Front ay. For rent —Madison hall. 9 Madi son st. Phone 2200. HELP WANTED MALE Wanted for Army—Abie-bodied un married men between ages of 21 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For information ap ply to Recruiting Officer, 126% Howard st., Spokane, Wash. Wanted —Boy for route in Liberty Park addition. Apply at Presa office. Send 22c In silver or stamps and I will give in return a prescrip tion for making a pure camphor liniment. Write inland Mfg. Co., Box 2491, Spokane. Tamarac. and red fir wood, $4.50 cord: pine wood, $4.00. Sparks i Bros., 14 and 16 Bernard st. Phone 1947. Concrete contractor and dirt mover; wheel scrapers for renL D. Van Arsdale, 2523 East Paeific.2s QUEEN COFFES HOUSE WANTS 2,000 men to take lunches; our coffee is known all over the city. 337 Front. —3—lß The place to eat and get your moneys worth. Peacock restau rant. 107 Division st. Chubb prints business or calling cards cheapest. Fone 9349. 5 and 6 Golden Ov.e block, 824 River side. Roof painting, repairing, stack paiuting. Work guaranteed. Phone 6708. Any face blem sh removed without pain or scai; guaranteed. The Derma Inst., 824 Riverside ay. GEORGE A. WEDGWOOD Express. Transfer and Storage Office 915 Bridge. Phone Max. 2542. HORSE3HOEING Charles Staley, Pacific avenue, and Bernard street. 128-26 Loans on furniture, piano, horses, etc. A. A. Barnett, 684 The Rookery. I Cooper ft Co., collections. 410 Co* lumbla building. Phone 9391. The Press, 36 cents a mania.