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Enforce Cards of Building Trades April Ist. April 1. A. F). 1910. promises to mark the beginning of a new era In the history of the local building trades. At the meeting on Tues day night the local budding trade? department decided to begin the enforcement of their department cards on that date. The huilding trades local? haw spenl months In organization, and now. with the beginning of the active building season, they will he prepared to enforce their cards wherever new buildings are being constructed. While the trades will insist on the closed Shop, they will also in sure to the employer* a sure supply of skilled labor. It is believed that with the closed shop and the cards of the trades enforced, the Immense construction work which is expected to take place in the city during the reason will be done without delays caused Ivy labor olsputes. About the Alleged Kick of Electrical Wrokers. It develops that the report which came from the office of the city engineer yesterday, to the effect that the electricians have a kick regarding the manner in which the electrical work on the Monroe street bridge has been done, merits being classed with the pipe dreams of the first degree. Members of the local organisation assert today that the work of taking down the wires and electrical fixtures on the bridge was done by the Washington Water Tower company, and that tho city was not at all concerned with it. There will be no chance to begin the new electrical work on the bridge for days to come, and the union men have plenty of trouble of their own without worrying about the future. Hut even at thai, they have no reason to believe that they will not have a fair swing at the work on the bridge. That is all they are looking for. They did the work on the other city bridges, with the best satisfaction, both on the part of the city and themselves. NEW PLUMBING ORDINANCE GIVEN BLACK EYE. In the trial, yesterday, of William Martin and Edward McCaffrey, master plumbers, who were charged with violating the new plumbing ordinance, that instrument was given a black eye In Justice .Mann's court. In spite of the adverse decision, however, it was stated today by Assistant Corporation Counsel John Wiley that the new ordinance Is still in effect and will continue to be effective until the case is tried in the higher courts. The trial was held In Justice Mann's court yesterday afternoon, an dthe case was ably argued on both sides. The specific grounds on which the ordinance was ruled out were Irregularities In passage; the fact that it contains two subjects, and that it alienates the de partment of plumbing and gas inspection entirely from the city board of health. The local journeymen! plumbers and gasfitters are not In tears because of the ruling of the court. Neither are the master plumbers sad. While it is admitted that the old ordinance has many detects, the belief of many of the local mechanics is thai the adoption of the new instrument was a case of making bad matters worse. tOCAL ABOR RETIRING PRESIDENT HON ORED. J. J. Fitzgerald, retiring president of Federal union. No. 12.222. was| presented with a beautiful diamond and pearl scarf pin by the members of the local union at the meeting last night. Mr. Fitzgerald has been the faithful executive of the local during the last year, and his good work has been appreciated by the union men. T\ N. Chavez, business agent of the local, supplied the oratory and fireworks for the occasion, hie speech of presentation causing Fome of the members to believe that he has missed his calling. The occasion was greatly enjoyed by the union men who were present at the meeting. MASCOT WAS UNGRATEFUL. Ingratitude, thou art awful! .After carefully nursing the "varie gated" cat which made its appear ance at the hall of Federal union. No. 12,222. at South 9 Pine street, about two weeks ago, and spending as high as 30 cents a week for meat, when the "starvation" strike was about to be declared at that. K. N. Chavez now gives out the sad information that the feline HATS EXCLUSIVE UP-TO-DATE STYLES— $2.50. 13.60. $4.00, 15.00, $6.00 SPOKANE,WASH. A Y NO TROUBLt TO SHOW THEM. Clothing Special For Saturday Only BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS Remember, all our goods are strictly new and up to-date. USE YOUR CREDIT Select whatever you want in our store, open an .uceount, pay a little down and a little at a time. Pacific Outfitting Co., Inc. #18 Riverside Avenue. Today's Styles Today Men's $19:45 Tho Home of Dignified Credit creature which had been officially named as the mascot of the organ ization has disappeared. Mr. Chavez is threatening to declare a boycott on cats—at least a lockout. CARD AND LABEL LEAGUE TONIGHT. A full attendance is desired at the meeting of the card and label league tonight. The work of or ganization is now finished, and the league has already done a great deal of effective work. Ail the unions of the city which use the union label on their product are now affiliated with the league. HUMAN INTEREST STORIES. A lot of human interest stories are promised when the mayor gives out the reports which have been made to him upon the cost of living, by the working people of. the city. Over a thousand letters.' containing reports of the cost of; keeping body and soul together, have now been received by the city's executive. LATHERS MOVE TO NEW HALL The lathers have moved from their old headquarters in the Co operative hall, on First avenue, to' the Apollo hall, on Riverside ave nue. The meetings are now being regularly held in the new home. EASTERN MARKETS (Furnished by Walter J. Nlcbolls & Co.) CHICAOO GRAIN MARKET CHICAOO, Jan. 28—Wheat—Close: May, 11.11; July, $1,01"4; -Septem ber. 97',c. Corn—Close: May, 61> a * c-; July. Cfi*»e; September. GOVsC. Data —Close: May, it>S''; July, 43'ki-; September, 4nS,c. Pork—Close: January, 820.60; May, 620.97; Juty. 120.96. Lara—Close: January, $n.SO; May. tn <2; July. 811.65. Ribs—Close: January, $11.60; May, $11.40; July. $11.87. LIVERPOOL GRAIN MARKET LIVERPOOL, Jan. 88.—ClOM: Wheat S to « 4 higher; corn, un changed: May wheat, 8-1 Hi January corn. 6-7 H. At small cost a safety deposit box will protect your valuable pa pers McCrea &Merryweather Phone. Main 7131 Comer Howard and Sprague HISTORY OF LOCAL : LABOR UNIONS STEAMFITTERS' HELPERS One of the petite unions of the city is that of the steamfitters' helpers. Only 20 members have they, but they have gained the repu tation of being a bunch of live wires. The only reason that there is not a larger membership is that there are not more steamfitters' helpers in the city. To put it formally, local Xo. 464 of the I'nlted Association of Plumb era, Steam and Gas Fitters and Steam Fitters" Helpers, was char tered on November 19, 1904. A number of the oldtimers have now left Spokane, and journeyed to greener pastures. Others are now full-fledged steamfitters and mem bers of local 4t!4. Among the charter members were "Baldy" (John) Young. William Murphy, Howard Squires and .lack j Moriarily. Meetings were formerly; held in the old labor hall on First avenue. Later they moved to the : Warwick hall at the corner of Wall 'and Aiain. At this time they are cosily housed at the cooks' hall at 108% Howard street. The steam fitters' helpers have 'not organized without a purpose. In! 1904 the men who followed the I trade here were getting $L'.r>o per! j day for their labors, which by spells Is not the softest snap in the world. At this time the helpers who are working get $3 a day. Members of this union graduate. The Housewife's Friend WASHCLEAN makes your clothes white as snow: no rubbing necessary. The steam concussion and boiling water removes every particle of dirt from the clothes, so that nothing can remain in them. No acids or injurious chemic als contained in Washclean. Eight washings for 2ac. T. E. WESTLAKE 336 Riverside Aye. BKI Everything home cooked and on *V l—i 1 11VI vyixJCj the counter, where you can se- F\ k IDV I IT\T/" , U ,ect for yourself. Location, 112 1/AIKI LUINLiI Wall < north ot Riverside. Open from 6 a. m. until 12:30 a. m. | Try the "The House of Quality," for Fine Home Cooking, No. 420 First Ay. THE WALL STREET LUNCH ROOM AND BAKERY 126 WALL STREET. You have tried our excellent 25c lunch. Now try our 25c special breakfast —hot cakes, maple syrup, potatoes and choice of ham, bacon or two eggs. The Real Dental Circus Now in Spokane We are here to stay, nnd we are going to do the best of dentistry at prices that defy competition. Remember that in this office you get the services of the best skilled graduate and licensed dentists. We employ no Japs or cheap laboratory men. These prices are for the very best of work and every piece carries our 17 year gold bond guaranty. S§s tT^ft crown tDnJ m%J\J RED CROSS DENTISTS Northeast Corner Riverside and Post. Entrance on Post Street. Walk 25 Feet Off Riverside and Save Dollars. 1 Dental Nurse in Attendance. Phone Main 548. THE SPOKANE PRESS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28 ■ 1 ■ After about five years in "the ser-1 | vice as helpers, a man is able to»i pass the examination which cii" jables him to enter the ranks of regularly ordained steamfitters. [That is. of course, the goal inward ! which all helpers are working. 3 - I The helpers, most of whom are I young men, meet the second and • fourth Thursdays of each month at the cooks' hall. j THE DAY IN THE MARKETS ] After the regular call Alameda was traded In Up to 8 cents per shnre on the curb. [Dora has been attracting I mine or less attention at around 214 |to 2%, Some .tO,00(1 or 40,000 shares wi re traded In yesterday at these fte : urea. Bnowstrom sold at $1.50 Caledonia lias made some advance of late and is now around SO to St, The rest of the market was uninterest ing. LISTED STOCKS Hid Asked Ajax 03 .06 | Alameda .07 .08 1 I Am. Commander... ... Bullion .04 .05 18. C. Copper 6.60 8.00 Canadian Con Smelt .74 .88 Copper King 0514 .05*4 I Gertie 01 s .02 ! Granby Smelter... 95.00 110.00 Hnppv Day 0 I .01 Hu la 2.50 2.65 Holder Q, & C 04 .07 Humming Bird .07£ .08>». Hypotheek 03% .04 " Idaho Giant .02 .11214 Mineral Farm OH4 .02% International Coal.. .70 .S5 " Missoula Copper .06V4 .or Monitor .07 .07 Nabob 02 .02 ii," ! North Franklin 05 '» .15 Rambler II 1 * .16 Reindeer .06 4k ... Rex 05 .08% Snowshoe .05 ,o'i 1 Snowstorm 1.80 LSI Sonora ,01 .02 Stewart 62 .68 Wonder 01 .01 "» UNLISTED stocks Bid Asked Alhambrn .13 Ambergris .08 .12 Black Horse 26 .82 Idaho S. ,V R 05 .06 I CHICAGO. —Dr. Ludwig Heklec. 'who Is examining the stomach of Colonel Thomas H. Swope, the late j millionaire, has received a letter telling him to desist or he "would be sorry. The letter was signed "a friend." and it strengthens the theory that Swope was murdered. BEST d*/* I - i\ PAINLESS Of ™'Jj)O.DU ,: "TRACTION CLASSIFIED PRESS ADS CLASSIFIED RATES One time rate 5c per line Three time rate 4c per line Special rates by the month. Minimum charge for single ad 10 cents. Call up Main 375. Help Wanted—Male Wanted —At once 60 live boys be tween the ages of 6 and 15 to handle The Press; good money for the right boys; for further particu lars see Red at The Press, 116 N. Division Four, first class salesmen to sell Hlllman. the best real estate propo sition on the marßet today. Cooper * Taylor, 407-* Eagle building. A bright boy about 16 years old to make himself useful around the office. Broberg Sebuier, 106 Walt. , Live salesman, with roferenee; di rect to consumer; good opening. Phone, Main 2764. Worked Wanted PLUMBING Overhauling and repairing plumbing; moderate charges; .satisfaction guaranteed. Maxwell 573. Attorneys. Samuel T. Crane, lawyer, 410 Colum bia building. Phone, Main 9392. Cooper & Co., collection*. ,410 Colum bia Phone. 9392. Building- Contractor , • If you contemplate building, now Is' tlie time. 1 build anything from the linest residence to a Shack. T. K. .1 . EB.log Liberty. Electrical Contractors ACME ELECTRICAL CO. 818-19 MOHAWK. MAIN 7756. House wiring, fixtures, fans and motors. Keys made, looks opened, safe and leek combinations changed, umbrellas recovered. Expert repair ing In all lines. Cleaning- and Pressing French dry cleaning nnd dyeing. Ladies' work a specialty. Gents suits sponged and pressed. First lass work; moderate prices. City of Paris Dye Works, 222 Riverside Main 3325. Employment Offices Reliable Employment Office, 819»/4 Riverside. Main 2670. Good po sitions always watting for com petent people. Florists Kobu Floral Co.—Cut flowers, plants, landscape gardening. 120 Riverside avenue. Main 4378. Business Personals Four trunks and contents for sale to cover unpaid lodging house bills. The following property will be sold on Feb. 3, 1910, by private sale at Hotel Two Twenty-three, to cover the following unpaid bills: Jennie W. I litnock. account $R4.40, one trunk and contents; 0. E. Worthing, account its.2o, one trunk; Mrs. C. W. Van Alstine tnee MUlerl, account $57.70. two trunks Mrs. P. B. Cox, 5223 Lincoln street. NOTICE TO PUBLIC My property at 01416 Howard street is off the market. C. H. Cass. For fine wood finishing and wall tinting address 0442 1 Post street. W. F. Ilahnert, ■ Business Chances Cheap, by owner, on easy terms, OUO i 9-room on Riverside aiid one 29 --room lodging house' on Main , be tween Stevens und Bernard. Bar gain if sold at once. Phone, Main CLASSIFIED PRESS ADS Business Chances Wanted—Party to take Interest In bath parlor; good, steady business and a • money maker; must have a little money; call 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Call or address, room 402 Granite building. 22 room I story hotel; all new furni ture: steam heat in all rooms; snap if taken at once. 31 Main aye. Who wants a swell cafe and cigar ! store doing $2000 a month? Will sell at invoice, about $2500. M. 4988. Job printing plant, doing fine busi ness; $600 cash wdll handle It, bal ance tan remain. SI 10 Monroe. Acre Tracts Have You Investigated the New Tllg'.t Grade Apple District? We Mean the Washtucna Valley Irri- I gated Apple Lands , It is conceded by everyone to be the best In the northwest. All con ditions for apple growing are per ffeot; It Is a pleasant place to live; fruit growers' organisation; best rail road facilities in the northwest; elec i trie lights, telephone—ln fact it is 1 the ideal spot for a home and a place ;to make money. There is no snow in the valley now and we will go clown with you at any time. Better get in j —it's fine. Call at our office and ask for information or write for our illustrated booklet. PALOOSE IRRIGATION & POWER 00. 412 FIRST AYE, SPOKANE. Dept. C J. S. LICHEY . SNAPS Two acres under Irrigation, with 200 cherry trees 2 years old; near ear line; small bouse; will trade $11011 equity for vacant lots. $3,000 Loan Wanted On a half section farm land 1 mile from railroad; fine security. J. S. LICHTY *i CO. 622 Columbia Hldg. Tel.. 1 298. City Real Estate—For Sale WINTER PRICES You don't need a boat or rubber boots a yard high to examine VICTORIA PARK Elegant building lots in the pine belt; high and dry; 50x125 feet; water, graded streets, near cars; keep your eye on Hillyard and this section. $150 to $2 50. Your Own Terms. S. R. OREEN A CO. 317 HYDE BLOCK, MAIN 74 or 3439. FRED LOHSE CO. Cteneral Real Estate, loos Broadway, opp. Court House. Max. 3588. For Sale—ls fonts of new type and type cases. $3000 —6-room modern house, wit'a large barn, at 2312 Broadway. $7500 — 2 model n houses on corner lot 60x142, on Maxwell and Madison sts.; nice apartment site. For Kent—New 4-room modern house, 0606 Cochran St., $20. Bargains Warehouse elte; 142x100; close in; $4500. Apartment site; corner In the % mile circle; $10,000; this is the best value in the city; will take up to $5000 in other city property. What have you? Two fine lots on Alice avenue; corner and Inside. A fine corner on Eighth avenue; splendid buy; $4500; lot is 50x142; parking, etc. Have cash buyers for snaps in small und medium size houses on north side. Uet busy and list same if bargains. E. BANKSON 317 MOHAWK BLOCK PHONE, MAIN 0057 Farm for rent -160 acres; all broken; 2 story house, barn; rent $100 B year; will give lease. $750 buys 3 room well built house; Hays Park; lot 60x135. $900 —Lot 60x126; Corbin Park; $150 cash handles this. $900- -Lot 60X180 on Seventeenth nve. near Division; South Side Cublo addition; half cash. $960 -Lot 50x140; Indiana aye.; $160 cash; pood buy. 60x141; the cheapest buy on Di vision street. $750 buys wood yard on Division street; team, harness and Wagon $1800 Meat market; established 8 years; cash trade; owner retiring, INDIANA REALTY CO. 01828 Division St. Max. 3047. EAST SPOKANE LOTS in the manufacturing District Price $100 to $250 per lot; $1 essh, $1 per week; no interest; no tuxes SPARKS BROS. 14 BERNARD STREET PHONE, MAIN 1!I47 If. W. KIMM CO., (Inc.) "Homebullders" MAIN 7424 337-N PEYTON If you own a lot we will build you a home; terms to suit; plan* nn« epaclflcatlone free. Building Lot Near Northwest boulevard 2 mile cir cle; $675; easy terms; nothing better at this pries, PAIITNF.B BROS. Phone. Main 023. Do You Want This? Wood yard, factory or warehouse site along the s. I. a N. railroad, the only exclusive Industrial spur In Spokane; a good buy if taken at once. J. B. WILCOX 9 Division St. 11. Phone, Main 1410. Big Bargain on Grant Half Price Nice level lot, with 5 room house, connected with sewer; nil street as geßiimcutH paid; offered for price of \acant lot; this property Is close in, near Tlhrd avenue, and is suitable as a business lot. only $3600. BOYD-McKA V C< >M PA N V MOHAWK BLOCK 83000—ONLY BSOO CASK Six room modem dwelling, 1 block to street car; close to school arid church; best plumbing, curly fir fin ish; place Is almost new and In good shape. BEAFOHAMP & WOLKINO 303-4 LINDBLLB BLK. MAIN 40. $1900 Buys 5 loom modern home; double car Service; good terms. FORI* BROS. 331 PKYTON. PHONE, MAIN 4033 1600 equity In fine new 6 room mod ern to exchange for lot; balance on house $20 monthly and Interest. Write owner, E1728 Bridgeport. A snap—New 6 room modern house; 2 blocks to car. 2 blocks to school. $300 cash, balance same as rent; priOS $2100. El7lß Rockwell avenue. CLASSIFIED PRESS ADS 915,000 —Fine lot, 50x142, close in on Fourth aye.; old Improvements, rents $77r50 per month; will trade for timothy ranch. $7,soo—rine corner, 60x150; improve ments, an 8 room strictly modern and one 3 room modern; will trade for good farm. $3,250 —Six room modern house on West Boone aye.; 40x120; will trade for vacant lots. Farms For City- Property 640 acres—Grant county; 300 acres In cultivation, balance all pood farm land; price $21.50 per acre; will trade for city property. 330 acre* —Adams county; all In cul tivation; good set of buildings, fine well; pric? $9,BOO; will trade for city property. 880 acres—Lincoln county; 185 acres in cultivation; good set of build ings; 2% miles from town; will trade for city property, i 148 acres—Douglas county; all In cul tivation; 5 room house, barn, etc.; price $3700; will trade for room ing house or house and lot. 11 acres—Five miles from the cen ter of city; 5 acres In bearing orchard, 2 acres in alfalfa; nil fine soil, no• rock) fair set of buildings, price is right, or will trade for va cant lots or house and lot. Williams & Hayden 605 HYDE BLOCK. MAIN 3258. If you have city property to trade for farm land see us. We have all kinds of farm lands and acre tracts to exchange for city property. Hye,McCue,Kik&Co. 1-2-3 EXCHANGE BANK BLDG. PHONE, MAIN 83. To trade for apartment house or good site. EAGLE REALTY CO. Main 3856. 16 CURTIS BLOCK. Wanted, Automobile To trade for city property. EAGLE REALTY CO. Main 3856. 16 CURTIS BLOCK. *nr all kinds of real estate ex changes see E. CJ. QREENI'P, room 37_8ymnnB block. Tel.. Main 702 Wanted to buy—A dwelling on the south side; will give as first pay ment (dear property In Oregon, Call Main 1482. I.lst with us; we will sell It. Cres cent Realty Co., 706-7 Peyton. Main 5721. 480 acres of Wheat land; 1(10 acres In fall grain, the rest in Htubble; best wheat land in the northwest; terms. Also 2500 acres; 000 acres in fall grain; 40 head of mules and com bined harvester and all necessary equipment; will consider part trade In city. QBO. WHITHSKL. 1(110 W. Mission. Phone, Maxwidl 1400. Big Snap For Some One 330 ACRES AT 98.50 PBS AOBB Fine dairy runcli, with enough wood on place to pay for same; only 1 mile from town; improved wltii house, 2 barns and 2 wells. Call on J. B. Snow, Hotel Touralne. Stores on Division street near River side; large basements; heat in cluded: reasonable rent to good tenants. F. S. HARRETT & CO. 122 WALL STREET. Good 4-room house; Lldgerwood. ear line; 2 lots; $13. I'hone. Main 9183. 1, 2 and 3 room furnlaheil suites; front sleeping rooms; steam neat; $3.50 week and up. Main 2141. Re liance, 906% Second avenue. Oxford; housekeeping and sleeping rooms, $10 to $15 per month. 167 V* S. Monroe street. Main 8480. Three furnished housekeeping rooms for lent. 88 West Riverside aye. Hotels and Lodging Houses. HOTEL, DEMPBEY ONE BLOCK FROM O. N. DEPOT. NICE ROOMS, 50c TO $1.60. PHONE IN EACH ROOM. TRANSIENTS. LARGE OFFICE. C. C. DEMi'SEY. PROP. Hotel Touralne, opp. Review bldg,— Rooms with or without private bath; rates 76c and up, $15 per ma and up; auto bus. __ Courtney hall for exclusive parties, club meetings, private recitals. Hotel Touralne. Main 8004. J. Edward T.ydon, M. T. D., graduate American College Meehano Ther apy. Woman'a specialist. Chronic 11 on utiles. No knife or drug. 310-11 A udlto rlu m. M. Si lo 6. Hides and Junk Dealers In junk and hides. Kahn & Falk Co., 10-12-14 East Main. Main 6474. 608 Paulsen Bldg. Horseshoeing. Charles Staley, Pacific avenue and Bernard street Horticulturists Or. J. A. Heavnv. Public Horticultur ist, 111 Bernard street. Modern tree surgery, pruning and planting. Free orchard Information mailed to any address. Reliable references. Hydrotherapy and Electro Therapeutics Hleetrlc light bath cabinet; solar arc lamp; electric bath massago; elec tro radiator and X-Ray with static and galvanic electricity for chronic nervous and skin disease. (23 Pey ton. Main toil. Doctor and nurse. Naturopathy and Chiropractice W. F. Grover, specialist In chronic diseases; female troubles anil nil other diseases cured without drugs or kulfe; consultation and examination free. (120-21 Mohawk block. M. 8872. Manicuring and Massage Miss Wtlhelm, chiropodist nnd mani curing. K. 12 Rainier Grand. Ml', Riverside. Manicuring neatly done by lady >u,lte 481, Cadillac hotel. Daily and Sunday Press, deliv «red, 10 cents a week. Exchanges—Real Estate We WiiTTrade $50,000 Tract Real Estate Wanted Farms for Sale Sacrifice Sale For Rent—Rooms and Houses Housekeeping Rooms. For Rent—Halls Doctors CLASSIFIED PRESS ADS Money to Loan 5 per cent money; long time easY payments. National Home Col Eagle block. Spokane. Second Hand Gopds Waated—Second-hand furniture and cast-off clothing. 0822 Monroe street. PPhone, Maxwell 248™ Mcßride Co., 0809 Monroe, handles all Kinds of furniture; buys and sells. Phone, Maxwell 371. If you want to buy or sell furniture J ,' & " I,iam an. Main 4CB«. US Post street. Miscellaneous for Sale $65 solid brass beds, square tubes are selling for $38 at 112 114 South Lincoln street. Other styles in brass, as low as $18. Choice new' designs, in regular $50 Wilton rugs, $33 to $37. ■'Little expense and cash only" enables us to sell you choice new furniture, rugs and pianos at the lowest prices in Oils city. REMOVAL SALE Goods sold at factory prices; must vacate March 1 New York Furniture Exchange 23 Riverside Avenue CREBCENT FI'RNITURE CO.—Fur nlture, rugs and linoleums, up holstering, furniture repairing, cab inet work; goods packed, etc.; goods called for and delivered. Phone. Main 1957. 1113 First avenue. Wanted —50 boys at once to sell The Dally and Sunday Morning Press, come down nt once and get you a g.ood corner before all tho good ones are all gone. See lied at The Tress, lib N. Division. Singer store in Hillyard sells on easy payments; rents machines; alsn sells good second-hand machines. Store, comer Market nnd Diamond. I want your Hccond-hand household furniture; top prices paid. Wedg wood, 915 Bridge. Max. 2542. Old papers for sale; a big bunch for 6 cents. Call at Press office, lid North Division street. Wanted—Second-hand bicycles. C P. Buroli, 222 Sprag; >. Phone, Main 810. A fresh cow, also horse, to trade for v, lot. Inquire 3528 Beacon. Take Fojd Wright car. Miscellaneous For Sale FUEL Valley Wood & Coal Yard. Phono. Main 9025 . W. F. Hohl, prop. All kinds of dry seasoned wood delivered to all parts of the city. Full meas ure; prompt delivery. K2B Front av enue, Spokane, Wash. Madella Wood Yard. Carton Rros., props. Seasoned red fir, tamarack; and pine. 812 Madella. Main 1361. C. & C. FU"I Co—Wood, coal. Tnm arack, ftr, tick $2.75; nine. $2.50. All kinds 4 ft. wood. Main 3083. International Fuel Co. —Wood and coal; tamarack, $6.26; pine, $6.26; delivered. Maxwell 71. Tamarack and fir slab wood, $1.76 per load. Phone, Main 3229 or Bf>94. Johnston Wood Yard for pine or _ tamarack. 1018 Cora. Maxwell 414. Removal REMOVED Drs. D. F. Sells and W. E. S. Coyne have removed to rooms 320-321 Paul sen building-. Phone 3146. Transfer and Storage. WEDGWOOD Express, Transfer and Storage. Office 915 Bridge. Phone. Max. 2642. Patents. A Spokane man has Just made a for tune. I helped him develop his In vention and I can help you. Herbert K. Smith, solicitor of LI, S. and for eign patents, 015 JamleHon bldg., Spo kane. PRINTING Commercial and legal printing; prompt deliveries; country orders solicited. City Printing Co., HllO Monroe street. Special Notices K. of P. lodge meets every Friday night in Paelfie halls. Work on the first, second and third Fridays caeli month. Fourth Friday Is social night. Visit Ing knights are welcome. NOTICE TO UNION MEN Mr. FitsgiM'sld, member of the Jewelers' union. Is prepared to do Jewelry work; watch repairing a specialty; work guaranteed. EUVs Sprague avenue. KOOI COAL To users of fuel spells Quality and Preparation PHONE, MAIN 3333 PHONE, MAIN 9494 Sold by the big company. Union Fuel & Ice Co Capital $100,000 Office, 407 6PRAGUE AYE. Yard, 0809 DIVISION BTP.EET pas eSuiy PIOQ puos •suiseoooft mtipur laing Everybody visit* the MUSEUMS Watch repairing, ring getting and engraving. Don't worry, we can fix it The New York Sample Store Corner Sprague and Lincoln "Tho Mouse of Bargains" The biggest and best sample store In Spokane. You save onc-thlrd to one-half. $100 REWARD for the conviction of tho party or parties claiming to be agents or solicitors of the Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Works, 605 First avenue. L. A. LeDmann, prop. Dally and Sunday Press, deliv ered, 10 cents a week.