UPTURN OPENS WEEK
The whole market had a strong
upturn this morning, led by Snow
storm, which advanced 23c over
Saturday's close. All the other
stocks were beneficially effected,
especially the Snowstorm group. It
Is more than likely that those on
the inside know more about the
Snowstorm strike than is reported
and accumulation is going on ex
AJax . 0 12 #
Alameda 02% .02%
Bullion 03 .05
Canadian Con. Smelters 80.00 85.00
Copper King !06%
Echo „ 01 .01%
Evolution , .01 .014
Oertie 0 2% .03%
Granby Smelter , 90.00
Happy Day 01% .02%
Hecla 3.00 4.00
Holden Gold & Copper 09 .12
Humming Bird 06 .08
Hypotheek .02% .04
Idaho Giant 05 .06%
International Coal & Coke 61 .70
Kendall 80 1.01
Mineral Farm 02% .03%
Missoula Copper 03 .03%
Monitor 32% .35
Nabob 02% .03
O. K. Cons 00% .01%
Reindeer , 06; .08
Snowshoe , .08% .09%
Snowstorm 1.86 1.95
Sonora 03 .03%
Stewart 50 .65
Wonder 02% .03
Alhambra 12 .18
Ambergris 11% .16
Bell 06 .11
Idaho Smelting & Refining 02% .06
Lucky Calumet 08% .10
Moonlight 01% .03
Oom Paul 03 .05
Rambler-Cariboo 16 .17%
Tamarack & Chesapeake 60 .80
(Furnished by Walter J. Nicholls
NEW YORK. March 15.—Reduc
tions In steel prices are bringing
out a better supply of small orders.
The copper situation shows little
improvement. B. R. T. earnings
are improving over last year at tho
rate of over $2000 a day. Big inde
pendents say U. S. Steel has book
ed most of the large structural or
ders since the cut in prices. The
National City bank and First Na
tional show a most important re
duction In loans in the bank state
ment and the Park bank the largest
Increase in cash. Twenty active
roads declined 1.19 per cent.
Twelve industrials are unchanged.
The regular quarterly dividend or
$2 on American Telegraph and Tel
ephone was declared.
Chicago Grain Market.
CHICAGO, March 15.—8u1l lead
ers and others said there was noth
ing new in the situation other than,
what has already developed in the
past few days except that they are
more convinced that it has come to
Istay until the leading producing
'and consuming countries become
overburdened with supplies, but
that does not seem probable for a
long time to come. Traders who
are very bearish and are among
the leaders on that side, say they
had bought downs because ie was
cheaper than to sell the wheat
short and stand on it over Sunday.
They called attention to a Liver
poor cable which said that the ad
vance in prices would probably
bring out Increased supplies from
Russia and added that otherwise
the situation was unchanged. One
of the sharpest men in the trade
calls attention to the bearish senti
ment tha exists in September
wheat and said: "Traders are sell
ing It at nearly 7 cents under July
and over 15c under the same month
in Liverpool. They are taking big
chances, as it is practically on an
FASTEST MAN ON AUTO WHEELS
•peclal Correspondence to The Press
NEW ORLEANB, March 15.—
Clinging to tbe corners as if glued
to an invisible trail, to deviate from
which would spell disaster, Bob
Burman, at one time understudy to
Barney Oldfleld, cut a notch in the
100 mile circular track record here,
that promises to last for some time
During the Mardl Gras festivities
Barman piloted a Buick stripped
stock car over the century course
in tbo remarkable time of
1:42:39 2-5, about ll minutes faster
than automobilists ever traveled
tensively In these shares. Carbon
ate Hill continued to advance ana
was traded in quite extensively at
from B%c to 9%c. This effected
Idaho Oiant. which closed stronger.
Reports were received over the
long distance phone this morning
that the showing in the upraise In
the Idora had improved and that
there was nearly three feet of clean
shipping ore exposed.
export basis with Liverpool."
Visible supply: Wheat, increase,
54,000; corn, increase, 56,000; oats,
Liverpool close: Wheat unchang
ed to % lower; corn unchanged to
% higher; May wheat 8s 2%d; May
corn Ks 10% d.
Wheat close: May $1.16%; July
$1.04%; September 98% c.
Corn close: May 67% c; July
67% c; September 67% c.
Oats close: May 54% c; July
49% c; September, 40% c.
Thomas Gleason, formerly of
Schnectady. N. V., and now in the
employ of the De Forest Wireless
Telegraph Co., will demonstrate the
use of wireless Instruments for the
benefit of the local union of electri
cal workers' union Friday night at
Warwick hall. He is on his way to
the coast and will stop off in Spo
kane as the guest of T. P. Mosso
of the Mosso-Berry Electric Co. For
the last six years Mr. Gleason has
devoted his time to the perfection
of wireless instruments and his ex
position of their use is certain to
be particularly interesting to elec
trical workers. Mr. Gleason is a
member of the I. B. E. W.
George Yon Eschen, business
agent of the local carpenters' union,
has returned from Walla Walla,
after having aided in the settle
ment of differences between the
carpenters union and the contrac
tors' association of that place. He
reports everything all O. K. when
he left and that Walla Walla Is the
best organized town in some re
spects that there is in the state.
SACRAMENTO, March 15—The
state legislature will probably ad
journ March 20.
North Monroe Wood Yard, Au
gusta and Monroe. Phone Max
I like distance. Burman defeated
Robertson and Strang, his only
YON ESCHEN BACK.
MACE THAT PECKS THEM
Special Correspondence to Tbe Press
WASHINGTON, March 15.—
Some years ago Col. "Ike" Hill,
then-sergeant-at-arms of the house
of representatives, was order to get
out the mace to restore order
among several wildly quarreling
Col. Hill hurried down with the
mace, its silver eagle shining be
fore him. He didn't have any idea
what he was expected to do with it
when he reached the scene of the
disorder. But that didn't worry
"Shut up," he shouted, waving
the eagle. "Shute up, or I'll let
him peck you." The combatants
laughed and subsided.
Well, most people wouldn't have
any more idea what a mace is for
than Col. Hill. There may be a
few people here and there who
don't even know what it looks like.
For the benefit of these The Press
hereby gives a picture of the crit
ter, clasped warmly in the arms of
The mace will probably play an
important part In the coming extra
session of congress when Uncle Joe
and his naughty boys get to quar
reling about the rules. It's a good
Idea for all young congressmen to
know the bird by sight. Because if
the eagle comes fluttering down the
aisle toward them, and they don't
sit down and sit light, close the
mouth and fold hands tight in front,
they'll be "in contempt." And that
means reproof, censure —maybe ex
For the llttle-heard-of mace is thfc
final authority in preserving the
dignity and decorum in congress.
The mace, then, consists of a sli
ver eagle, with outstretched wings,
which sits on a silver ball, which In
turn rests on a pillar composed oi
13 ebony sticks, bound together
with silver bands. When congress
convenes it is brought solemnly
out, Installed on a granite pedestal
—and is promptly forgotten.
Its origin goes back to tbe old
Roman days, when the magistrates
who corresponded to present day
police judges, bad maces —they
called them fasces then—which
were carried about the city by lie
The original fasces consisted ol
Durkin Before the Uncrowned King
a bundle of stout sticks bound to
gether, with a sharp ax fastened ot
the outside. The judge would wan-
THE MACE THAT PECKS,
der about the city. Wherever he
found any crime or disord. r he
would tet up court —usua'.ly on a
crowded Mrett cor.icr. Tlie'ltettff*
would unbind U.e Lundk<s uiwl wait
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THE SPOKANE PRESS, MONDAY, MARCH 16
the magistrates' orders. If it was
a trivial offense, they would use
merely the rods. If serious, they
would make the culprit lay his head
across the gutter and chop it off
with the ax.
These fasces soon became an es
tablished symbol, not only in Ro
man government, but with other na
The mace doesn't get much exer
cise in late years. Its invocation
recently to quiet John Wesley
Games of Tennessee was the first
trip out in 10 years.
Most dogs get their full growth
in one year.
Season Is Here
PHONE 60 OR 412
for the best in
& Oil Company
R. 8. Oakley A Co., Props.,
Paints, Wall Paper
Glass Doors, In
terior Finish and
Madison St. and N. P. Ry.
LOTS IN UEAUTIFUL
Spring Hill Addition
$275 to $400.
J. W. OSBORNE
317 Rookery Building.
The public to know we do the
best plumbing and heating work
In Spokane at a minimum cost
F. J. LOVE
5206 Bernard. Main 5490.
Walter J. Nicholls
& Co., Brokers
8105 Howard St. Phono Main 26.
Chicago Board of Trade
Portland Board of Trade
Bpokana Stock Exchange
Stock* Bond* Cotton Grain
FOUR-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
One block from car; good
plumbing; full sized lot; finish
ed in curly fir; good buy at
$1,750; $250 cash, balance like
WEBB REALTY CO.,
102 8. HOWARD. TEL. M. 32
$150 cash and balance very easy
terms will now buy a nice
level lot 50x150 with graded
street, cement sidewalk and
sewer In and paid. Only two
blocks to street car. This is
in a nice location and is fine
soil and a splendid buy for
investment or- a home.
We have other bargains. See
us before you buy—it will pay
THE HEQE REAL ESTATE CO
Phono 0371. 332 33 Peyton Blk.
& Real Estate
Household goods of all kinds, in
cluding canned fruits, at 614 W.
Second-hand store for sale or trade
for city lot. E26 Sprague.
For Sale by owner—Six-room house
and one 4-room house; fine cor
ner, 120x142. Price, |6500. E9OB
Span black geldings, weight 2300
lbs. Span of mares, weight 2350
lbs. All sound, young and cheap.
At E133 Front.
EGGS FOR SETTING.
B. Minorca, W. Leghorns, B.
Rocks. Phone M. 9163. E417 Rich
For Sale—Beautiful Mahogany
plush Davenport, new; a bar
gain; easy terms. Call 2520 Boone
For Sale—Lot and unfinished
house. Near school, store and
Hillyard car. Price $400. Phone
Main 6217, evenings.
Improved with a five-room house,
barn, chicken house and outbuild
ings; 700 fruit trees, bearing;
$3500, $600 cash, balance easy
terms. This is just west -of city
SULLIVAN INVESTMENT CO.,
12 BERNARD STREET.
Team, wagon and harness for sale
at EIOO3 Pacific.
A SNAP IF SOLD SOON.
2% lots, 2 blocks from end of Al
tamont car line.
Small house and nice level lot,
good location, one block from Cor
bin park car. Call Maxwell 1705
after 6 p. m.
A Snap^-7-room — modern on Fifth
aye., Chandler addition; $4600;
terms. Phone Main 8735.
Fine view lot 50x150, corner,
South Side, 3-room house and other
buildings, city water; price $1000.
SPOKANE REALTY EXCHANGE.
14 Galena Block. M. 1591.
CHOICE CANNON HILL LOTS
Reasonable, and monthly pay
ments. Also choice lots in other
GRAY INVESTMENT CO.
Phone 820 First Aye, and Wall
By the owner, 4, 5 and 6-room
- house, new, modern; pays out Ike
rent. Phone Main 6148.
Improved acre tract, city water,
city car line; buildings, fruits,
etc. Address H, care Press.
Look! look! Good chance. Cigar
store for sale or half interest.
El 2 Sprague.
$1800 buys a 42-room lodging
house, long lease; $SOO cash.
THOMPSON-GILLIS INV. CO.
SS Washington St Phone 2630.
TIME TO COMMENCE
utilizing your spare time. Four
nice, level one-acre tracts; water In
front of each; $50 down, $10 month.
SULLIVAN INVESTMENT CO.,
12 Bernard St
If you have the cash you can buy
a fine new piano, rugs and furni
ture of all kinds at 112 S. Lincoln
street for about half what the
same goods will cost you at the
Three lots—One corner ana two
Inside lots within five blocks ot
East Sprague avenue, for $800, pay
able $100 cash, balance $10 per
month. F. A. Chase & Co., 607
Sprague aye. Phone Main 179.
4-room cottage, electric lights, tele
phone, large yard, chicken house,
etc. Room 116 Germond block. Tel.
Hotels and Lodging Houses.
ONE BLOCK FROM O. N. DEPOT
NICE ROOMS, 60c TO $1.60.
PHONE IN EACH ROOM.
C. C. DEMPSEY, PROP.
The Albany hotel, 323 Front
avenue. Nice, clean beds; mod
The James House, corner Madison
and First Bln.tle rooms, 26c.
Roys to sell The Press. Can
make good money. See Gates at
the office, 616 Front avenue, corner
Wall and Front
M. T. O'Connor, C. J. Pence, attor
neys and counselors at law.
Room 508 Hyde block. Civil snd
criminal practice. Satisfaction
• guaranteed or no pay. Telephone
11830 or 6868.
j Samuetir. Crane. Lawyer. 410 Co
' lambia Bid Phone Main 9898.
" Kiscellaneons. eai/j j
Safety razor blade, all kinds, re
sharpened; two cents each and re
turn postage. Safety Sharpener
Co., 1605 Broadway, Cincinnati, O.
Young man, 35 years old, would
like room and board with widow
under 40, or room only. Address 8
For a stonemason address 224 Mad-
Lorraine Cafe opened up for busi
ness; family style. Mrs. CUft,
prop. 312 First avenue.
K. of P. lodge meets every Friday
night In Pacific halls. Work on
the first, second nnd third Fridays
each month. Fourth Friday Is so
cial night Visiting knights are
Now Is the time to get into the
moving picture business. We
have several moving picture shown
for sale which will pay good money
If they are managed properly bjr
people who understand the show
business. We are In touch with
several young men who thorough
ly understand this business, and It
parties with money are willing to
entertain propositions of this char
acter they can easily make 100 per
cent on their money.
We also carry a full line of mov
ing picture machines, repair parts,
etc. Great Western Film Exchange,
512 Main avenue, Spokane. Wash.
Wanted — Second-hand bicycles,
tools, etc. C. P. Burch. 8 River
Spokane Artificial Limb House,
legs, arms, trusses, braces, made
and repaired. Sherwood bldg.
Queen Restaurant and Home
Bakery, 337 Front—We feed
more men than any place In town.
There is a reason.
Spokane Trunk Factory—Trunks,
traveling bags and leather goods.
Store 9 Stevens st. Phone 8248.
Transfer and Storage.
express. Transfer and Storage
Office 815 Bridge. Phone Max. 2642,
Charles Staley, Pacific avenue and
Bernard street. '
Cooper & Co., collections. 410 Co
lumbia building. Phone 9392.
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