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FRO M ~
|P AGE ONE,
WRECK DEATH LIST
RISES TO 113
down at any moment and sweep the
rescuers to the same smothering
death. The snow is falling with
blinding intensity, making it al
most impossible for the men to
work down in the canyon, but in
spite of all difficulties 34 bodies
have been recovered and 32 of them
Last night was one of terror in
Wellington. The little town of a
half a dozen houses contained over
?00 people, many of whom have
relatives ami friends buried deep
in the canyon, The threatening
snow that hangs above the town on
one side: the roar of occasional
tlides in the distance, the howling
of wolves and mountain lions who
have gathered to scent the dead, all
contributed to strike terror into
grieving hearts. During the night
the snow, which had piled up on
the roof of Ballet's hotel, slid off
with a crash that brought a hun
dred people from their hods and
cots to the drifts outside. They
feared that the little mountain ham
let would he carried to destruction
as were the trains and rotarles.
Words convoy hut a faint idea of
the scene at Wellington this morn
ing:. Tho snow is slow ly and si
lently obliterating tho harsh traces
of death. The crimson trails lead
ing out into tho gulch have van
ished; tho resetters loom dim and
hazy; the shouts from men direct
ing the work come as from afar
Tho real material terror has given
"Way to an uncanny fear. The spirit
of death is brooding over the gulch.
From Scenic the plodders are
f-till creeping up the mountain side,
a few carried up with the strength
of hope, hut for the most pari .-i ur
rod on by despair This morning
there was a rumor at Scenic that
one car had been uncearth and con
tained 10 persons still alive. De
spite its improbability, it was ac
cepted as true, so eager ate the
watchers to believe that a.l have
not perished. The coach is still
burled deep somewhere in the
canyon beyond the reach of tip
rescuers, and those who are in it
must long since have ceased then
All tho foreigners have been
driven out of Wellington and none
but Americana are allowed to dig
in Death gulch, Beventy-flve
Greeks. Huns and Poles were start
ed down tho track last night. Some
one started the rumor that they
wore robbing the bodies, and the
rumor grew like the slides. It had
no foundation, hut Superintendent
O'Neil told the men to leave. Tin
sight of so many dead has drawn
nerves taut. It would take little
to make men kill in Wellington,
Among the workers. Superintend
ent O'Neil stands out for mental and
physical endurance. He lias been
up and going since Tuesday morn
ing bearing tho burden of direction
of all the ghastly business. Last
night' when ho dropped to rest on
the Boor he had aged years, his
rather boyish face was scarred
with linos that will never have.
The dead and injured are still
held at Wellington. The danger of
tho trail down to Scenic was con
sidered too great before; it is
doubly dangerous now that the
■now is falling.
WORSHIPPERS HAVE VAN
Survivors today told with awe of
the church and Sunday school si r
vices held Sunday morning by Rev,
.1. M. Thompson of Bellingham. Mr.
Thompson's body is somewhere in
the snow, as is most of his congre
gation. A few of thine who knelt
in supplication to their God Sun
day morning are alive to toll of it
and return their thanks, but for the
most part, these worshippers art
The Wellington slide carried
away all the Great Northern - lee- ,
trie engines used to carry trains
through the tunnel. It will take
six months to replace these and it
v ill be necessary to resort to steam
service. Rotary plows are coming
from the east as fast as steam can
drive them to aid in clearing the
tracks. Railroad officials refuse to
guess at tip- date when tlie line
will he opened.
TODAY'S LIST OF DEAD.
WELLINGTON. Wash.. March 4.
—Thirty-two cf the 35 bodies recov
ered have been positively identified.
E. W. Topping. Ashland. O.; Alex
Chisholm, Rcssiancl. B. C; R. M.
Barnhart. Spokane: R. H. Bethel.
Seattle: Sol Cohen Everett: Bert
Matthews. Cincinnati. O.: Sister
Katherir.e O'Reilly, Spokane; Mrs.
M, A. Covington. Olymp'a: Thelma
Davis (child!, Seattle; C. S. Eltinge,
Spokane; Edgar Lemman and wife.
Hunters. Wash.; A. G. Mahler. Se
attle: James McNeny, Seattle: M;ss
Nellie Sharp. Spokane: F'-snces
2nd Lillian Starrett. Hillyard.
Wash.: A. R. Vail, Trinidad. Col.:
Conductor A. C. Campbe! l . Fireman
Ed Pennington, Engineer J. O. Car
roll. Brnkenan William Do-ety.
Porter Duncan. Brakeman Duny.
Fireman D. Oilman. Brakeman J.
Kelly, Fireman C. Jensen. Conduc
tor Ed Linrisey- Engineer T. L. Op
borne, Conductor J. L. Parzybok,
Brakeman Andy Strohmeic-. Postal
Clerk Richard B. Bogart.
A. V. Brsdnck, the Spot-ane lum
bermflT). has tak< n 125,000 stock in
the Milwnuket Lumber Co organ
ist d at St. Maries, Idaho, with a
capitalization of 1100,000
SMOKED 96 YEARS;
NOV/ HE'S DEAD
MILFOIID. X. H . March 4.
—Ten \enrs past the centry
mark, Michael Ixsavltt is dead
at his home here, lie had
been an Inveterate puioker
THE DAY IN
Selling pressure weakened tlie en
tire list and quotations generally
were lower. A great deal of Snow
storm Is coming out. even at tile
present low figures Missoula Cop-
I per, Reindeer and Alameda are being
I litpiidatcd on a good sized scale.
A lax 03
, Alameda .Of. i s .»•>
Ambergris ,01 .1"
Black Horse .26
| Pan. Con. Smelters 6.80 7.2.'>
Popper King .06
Granby Smelter.... ss.no
I feel a 2.35 2.75
Humming Bird..., "7' H ,08%
Idaho Smelter .08 06«4
Internationa! p & P .70 .78
Interstate la .16*4j
Lucky Calumet .at! .a.
Missoula Copper... -09H >10M
Monitor .o7S ,081*
North Franklin ... ."7Vi 1»
Rambler Cariboo.. . . 14 '< .18
Reindeer .10H .12
Rex .06 .09
Bnowshoe .05 Vi .08%
Snowstorm 1.81 1.84
Stewart .52 .72
Tarn. .v- Chesapeake .80 ,90
United Copper ,20 .35
Am. Commander... .06
Bullion .04 .06
East Snowstorm.., .01% .02
Evolution .01 .01 '4
Gertie .02 7 „ .0;;'4
Happ> Pay el's
Hoiden G, .v C "t ."7
Idaho Giant .03 'Si ."4
Minei.il Farm 02% ,08
Nabob 04% ."I 7 *
New Republic .04 .06 %
Oom Paul 04 .a. r i
Wonder .01'<2 .01%
(Furnished by Walter J. NichOllS
& Co >
CHICAOt i GRAIN MARKET
CHICAGO, March 4. WHEAT —
Close; May. 81,1314; July, 81.06;
CORN Close: May. 83% c; July,
'""'ic; September, 68% c,
oats —close: May, 4.->'.»<•; July.
13 ; September, 40% c.
PORK—Cloite: Max-. $2 1.86; July.
(24 87; September. 824.60.
LARD —Close: May, 813.40; July,
$13.30; September, $13.27.
RIBS Close: May. $12.52; July,
$1 :. September, $12.50.
LIVERPOOL GRAIN MARKET
LIVERPOOL, March I—Close:
Whe.it > 4 lower to % higher; corn,
lower; May wheat. 7-lo : -„; July
Best home eggs. 40c dosen: eastern
i gps. selected 35c: besl local cream
ery butter, 45c pound; second grade
local butter, 40c; eastern butter, 35c;
local tlour, $1.00®!.80 sack of -t.i
pounds; Montana hard wheat flour,
81.95; lard, 19£i<20c pound; com
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Potatoes, 80c sack; cabbage, 4c
pound; turnips, carrots and parsnips,
3c pound; nrangM, 20©40 c Uoten;
bananas. 25 ©30c dozen; apples,
Isl <6 2 box; fiKs and dates, lon 12',» c
Roast beef, 20#22c: chuck steak,
I2tic; round steak, l.i'ui.v: loin, 18
6>2oc; porterhouse, "!? <r 2,"r: pork
chops, 22c; roast. 20c; ham, 20cj ba
ron. 26c; dressed hens, asc.
Wholesale—Alfalfa, $20 ton; tlmo
thy, $2-: straw. Ha: wheal bay. $2";
oat hay, $2": bran and shorts. $2i:;
straight bran, $23; straight shorts,
$29; corn, whole. $1.90 cwt; coin,
cracked, $2; feeding wheat. $1.80
[ cwt; oats. $32 ton; barley. $:i'i ton: |
steam rolled oats. $:'.4 ton; flour, best 1
grade, $6 barrel; second, $.1.5"'! 5.75; I
cheap flour, $4.:.".
Tine wood. $2.60 rick, $6.80 cord:
fir nnd tamarack, $2.7.", rick, $7.60
cord; Rock Springs, Monarch and
Carney coals, Jfi ton; British Colum
bia coals, $0.50 it 8.Do; steam coal,
Funeral services for William Bow
man, age 72 years, who died March
2, Will he held tomorrow at 2 p. m.
from 01718 Jefferson street. The
services will be under the auspices
el tiie Imperial lodge of tlie Odd
Fellows, and remarks will be made
b> Rev. Hindley. The body will bo
s< nt to Seattle for cremation.
The body of Robert S. Furst. who
was drowned in Alaska, was re
ceived in the city yesterday by tlie
Oilman Undertaking Co. The fu
neral will probably he held tomor
Km Melvin West, ace five years,
son ol Mr. and Mis. John West,
died yesterday at the Deaconess
| hospital. The body will he sent to
Arlington, Ore., for interment.
I Funeral services for Nelll Drum-
I mond, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. D,
L, Drummond, who died yesterday
lat the family residence. 1417 Mai
lon avenue,, will be held from
smith s chai el this afternoon at
Mrs. Elizabeth GilbeYt, aire 82
years, died last night at 1618 Knox
avenue, she is survived by throe
i daughters.and one son. The daugh
ters are Mrs. Sarah O'Neill. Mrs. K.
.1. Gilbert of this city and Miss
Francis Gilbert "f Rochester, X. Y.
Tin son is Harry Gilbert of Spo
kane. Funeral set vices will he held
Saturday afternoon at 2 p. m. from
the resldt nee and burial will take
place at Falrmount,
A red-whiskered, one-eyed wan
' wearing a striped suit and a ma
roon hat was arrested by the po
' lice yesterday on a charge of pass-
Ing a stolen check for $4" on tho
Hurd & Hayes clothing store. Tho
clp ek was not forged, hut payment
had been stopped at the hank. The
bewhlsken d man purchased goods
nt the clothing Btore to the extent
of 830. He got the clothes and fl3
in change for tin- worthless cheek.
The police were notified and the
1 Fairfield tewnship. Spokane
county, thinks the city council of
Spokane should insist tin terminal
' rate* in tlie Milwaukee and North
Coast franchises. At it regular meet
ing h.-ld by the township voters
March 2 at Spangle a resolution
wy- adopted urging the city council
|of Spokane to stand for the ter
minal rate proposition.
I .lark- -See personal column. Less.
Agents for staple article; big de- !
mand; big money for hustlers;
send 1" cents lor sample and terms.
Lock i<< x 192, Centralis, Wash.
Girl to assist with house work:
steady place to right party. Pall
01609 Washington st. Phone, Mux
Published in :i Slavonian and Servian
language*. The only true labor pa
per In America. Is controlled by la
bor organisations, is a Weekly pa
per. Rate, $1 per year. Address,
•i".''! St, dalr aye., Cleveland, Ohio,
Wanted— Clerks' and carriers' exam
ination In this city BOoni per
manent positions; advancement cer
tain; applications must be filed Im
mediately; Information free. Nation
al Civil Service Bureau, 4n7-s Rook
ery building. Open evenings until 8
Wanted—At once BO live boys be
tween the ngeg of G nnd 15 to
handle The Press; pood money for
the right boys; for further particu
lars s.q Ued at The Press. 116 N.
Railway mail clerks' examination
coming in Spokane: prepare now;
Information free. National Civil
Service Bureau, 407-s-u Rookery
bundhig. Open eventngs.
Wanted—Young man of neat appear
ance to take charge of branch of
fice who can invest small amount;
lifetime position to i iutit party, 407
Rookery bldg. open until s evenings.
Wanted—Five live men to sell Na
poleon; men capable of earning 110
per day. Caii In morning between s
and 9. 74i;-7 Peyton block,
Wan ted—Good live boy. with phone,
to carry route near Division and j
Indiana. Si,. Hugo, Press office.
Men's, women's and children's shoos;
repairing; bicycle suplies; reason
able. 02016 Ash st.
Wanted- Hoy to build up good down
town route, See Hates, The i'ress, I
11 Division Bt,
Good men, $1" per day. Room A,
Forestry clerks, 11100 to * IL*oo perl
anum; must linve some knowledge
of stenography examination In Bpo- !
kane soon; applications must be filed
immediately; Information tree. Na
tional Civil Serviie Bureau, 407-8
Rookery building, open evenings un
til _s o'clock.
BY A GOOD MEAT (JUT
A hastier. Addn ss No. C 6, Spokane
Plumbing and stove repairing. Will
I sell, buy oi trade stoves with you.
i"M Broadway. Phone, .Max. 2659.
Woman wants day work. Phone,
Main 7601, party Ft.
Experienced practical nurse wishes
cases Of any kind. Address, E926
Anybody intending to build would
do well to call or address 03409
Lee st.; work guaranteed; by day or
contract; estimates furnished.
Henry A. Browning, contractor and
briekmnson; fireplaces, chimneys.!
brick veneer work. Residence, 01612
Ash st Maxwell i;:; 27.
If you contemplate building, now is
the time. I build anything from
the tin, st residence to a shuck. T, E.
J., E33UB Liberty.
Draw plans and furnish estimates;
contract or by day! reasonable, J.
P.. 123 Fourth aye.
Samuel T. Crane, lawyer. 410 Colum
bia 1 uilding. Phone. Main 8898.
Cooper & Co., collections, 410 Colum
bia building. Phone. !>392.
Cleaning and Pressing
French dry cleaning nnd dyeirg.
Ladies' work a specialty. Oon'.s'
suits sponged and pressed. First
class work; moderate prices. City of
Paris Dye Works. 222 Riverside.
Acme Electrical Co., 318-19 Mohawk.
.Main 7766.—House wiring, fix
tures, fans and meters, keys made,
locks opened, safe and lock combina
tions changed umbrellas recovered.
• xpert repairing in nil lines.
Rose Floral Co.—Cut flowers, plants,
landscape gardening. 480 Rlversids
avenue. Main 4375.
I look after your Interests. All pen
sion business carefully attended to,
J, B. WILCOX
9 Division St. Phone, Main 1410.
Wanted- -Sab s to auctioneer; as 1 am
a new man In the business here, 1
will handle oil sales for l - per cent.
J. T. Wood, RlUville, Wash.
36 rooms; g 1 location on Main
aye.; price, $1000, is only 4 value;
must sell on account of sickness, or
Will trade for lot.
Have buyers :■ sm ;i houses. List
114 Bernard. Phone, Main 7fi55.
Worth of furniture for $275; 1150
cash; enough for 12 room lodging
house; tais is a good buy.
JOHSSON & JOHNSON REALTY CO.
R 1 Galena Blk, Main 1594.
For sale— -Poo) and billiard hall.
cigars and candies; doing a busi
ness of 610.00* a year; a good rea
son for selling. Apply J. P. Pugg.
Small shoe shop for sale cheap; is
doing good business; own, r is
I forced to s, || on account of Injury.
I Inquire 1403 lis In
THE SPOKANE PRESS, FRfBAY, MARCH 4,1910.
73 room hotel all furnished hot and
cold water in every room; $10,
--600; will trade.
Kcominer houses from 8 rooms up to
,vs rooms; steam. Stove or fur
nace heat; at any price.
A nice little restaurant,, with tallies
aid counter seating 18 per
sons; $800 cash; will consider
Small restaurant: complete; in good
close-In location; price 1400;
Best Er.loon buy in the city; 14000
EAOLE REALTY CO.
16 Curtis Block Main 3856.
Sacrifice Sale, (Inly $1200—
43-Rooiii Lodging House;
Rooms .Most All Full.
This is a snap for someone, as the
party has other business and must
sell at once so as to get away and
attend to it; rent only $140; lease
nearly years; part cash will han
dle, balance easy.
.1. B. SNOW CO.
Main 2764. Hotel Touralne Office
Eight table pool room and confec
tionery store; doing splendid busi
ness; easy terms. Phone, Maxwell
Booming houses and business
chances of all kinds.
HAYWARD & SWIFT
G2O Second Aye. Phone, Main 6463.
For Sale—City Real Estate
' 'Whose Roof is Over
Qood fi room house In the mile circle
on the smith side; the ground alone
is worth the money; can be handled
for $suu tush, balance to suit.
Good 7 room modern bungalow; con
venlent to car; fine c urly fir finish;
built-in conveniences; window sent
upholstered In leather; very large
basement; an exceptionally Rood buy
al this price; can make terms.
.Six room modern bungalow on f>s foot
lot; porcelain plumbing, curly fir fin
ish, good cellar, lawn, etc.; #100 cash
and the balance like rent.
Will buy good corner ami inside lots;
water in front; 2 blocks from car
line; name your own terms.
Beauchamp & Wolking
303- 1 LINDELLE BLOCK
.MAIN' 46 (ill 56
12 room strictly modern house; cost
$12.000 to build; lot 100x1 42;
% mile on Riverside; $17,000;
lot alone Is worth this price.
Six room mode m, in Manito park; all
improvements in and paid;
price $2SOO, $S(Hi cash.
We have houses in all parts of the
city from $1200 up. We can
supply your wants.
A strictly modern 8 room residence:
beautiful view, unobstructed
forever: the mile circle; lots
near sell from $4ono to $6000;
price of this home only $7000;
EAGLE REALTY CO.
16 Curtis Block. Main 3856.
NO FLOODS HERE
$5 SECURES A LOT
$5 monthly pays for it. Prices only
$150 to $250. Noll,ing equals
At the price. Lota 60x126. At the
price asked, these lots won't last
long. This is the finest, healthiest
addition in Spokane, with an elegant
view. Five blocks north of the ball
grounds. Hillyard cars.
S. R. Green & Co.
317 HYDE. MAIN 74 OR 3439
RED EYE SPECIALS.
Farm to Rent —160 acres, all broken.
Houses for Rent—All parts North
Corner Lot. Stevens St., 50x120; ce
ment sidewalk, street grade, nil
paid; opposite North Central high
school; sphndid apartment site;
0 money maker.
INDIANA REALTY CO.
01828 Division St. Maxwell 30-17
Besidi nee phone, Max. 2800-R,
100x142, "v Pnciflc; large 2 room
house; shade and fruit trees; $l!>uo;
rive room modern; Union park;
price $1700, J'juu down and easy
See us for building lots: we have
them in al) pal ts of the city lit $10
down and $1" per month.
lowa Investment Co.
340 RIVERSIDE MAIN 1390.
Are You Looking?
For a chance to save 3500.
New 5-room modern house; large
lot: inside ity-mile circle; all Im
provement* paid; nice lawn and large
barn. Price §2500.00; is $500 under
the market, $600 will handle, balance
same as lent.
F. S. BARRETT & CO.,
122 Wall St. Main 1316
EAST SPOKANE DOTS
In the manufacturing District
Pike ft"" to $250 per lot; $1 cash,
$1 per wick; no Interest, no ti.xes
14 BERNARD STREET
PHONE, MAIN I'J 17
Splendid l««t In NW, Boulevard addl
tlon, Jaelceon aye.; near school and
ear line; $700; $4ea down, balance
easy. Call illume Glenwood 336-L.
4 room bungalow for sale. $joo cash.
»>ai $2" per month. Bee Hareh
man, 807 Hyde t-lk. Phone 6881.
Loti in Uldjierwood perk. Apply,
owner. 1007 Puuleen hldir.
Wv equity "D fine Imildltiß lot on
north silk. Phono Maxwell Ji i»8.
For Sale—City Real Estate
No More Rent for
Husband -Instead of those rent re
ceipts we are now paving for our
home under the plan of THE CAPIT
AL SECt'RITY COMPANY of Wash
ington. U. <'.. and tiie monthly pay
ments aic evil less than the rent
used tec lie.
How to Get a Home
On Easy Monthly Payments,
Investigate the Plan
522 Mohawk Building,
CLOSE IX E. SPRAGUE
Nice level lot and house. Hast
Sprague, where lots are selling
for from $tiooo to $8000; owner
has fallen heir to property In
Oregon and will give this away
for $1250, With a cash payment
Of $2oO; big chance to get a home
or make good money,
Semi-modern; price $2500; will trade
this for acreage with a house on it.
Five acr. s mar Suunyside; all un
der ditch; will trade; submit offer,
Hye, Mc Cue, Kik
1-2-3 EXCHANGE BANK BLDG.
PHONE, MAIN 83
Buys a nice lot on Pend d'Oreille
lake; $10 down and $10 per month;
finest summer resort near Spokane.
331 Peyton Block.
$1600 $3 •ash: new 4 room modern
$1400 $100 cash; I room semi-modern
$1600- $100 cash; 5 room semi-modern
■3160 —$1500 cash; 7 room modern
C. A. WRIGHT a. CI).
610 HYDE Kl.i >CX
Cash and $1"> per month on principal
buys .i roomed house, 3 blocks from
Corbin park; price $1650.
Cos Paulson. Phono, Alain 023.
1750 —Elegant level corner lot; size
111x162; graded street. cement
sidewalk, curb and water; fine place
to live; terms, $20 cash, balance $20
per mouth. Hughes A.- Allen, 201
Hyde block. Phone, 2U55.
Wanted Five live men to sell Na
poleen; men capable of earning $10
per pay. Call In morning between a
at*,) 9. J I'l-T Peyton block.
Ijiix, room modern bouse, with or
T *vt1111• •ii 1 furniture; all ineum
hrai s paid; party leaving city;
vlofee In, E322 Pacific aye.
Ffed LnhNe Co. (Tel. Max. 3588),
general real estate. 10211 Broadway
—Ileuses for rent and for sale. One
chair barber shop for sale or trade
Choice Apartments on Fourth aye.;
close lii paying 12 per cent net.
HAY WARD & SWIFT
620 Second Aye. M. 6tfi3.
1900 —For sale by owner, a north
fronl 1"! In Richland park; 1600
cash, balance terms, phone, M. 1495,
Two fine level view lota, North Bide,
$200 chhli will handle. Easy terms.
For ttuli — Four room house; $12."ii>,
term*; 20 per cent discount for
canit Phone; Qltnwood 352.-V-
Jaclt —See personal column. Hrss.
You may te'e
phone your 'Want'
Ad. to The Press,
Main 375. No ex
tra cost. Press
"Want" Ad rates
5 cents per line.
Real Estate Wanted
List your property with us for quick
sale. Johnson X- Johnson Realty
Co.. R. 1 Galena Blk. Phone, M. 1694,
List with us; we will sell it. Cres
cent Realty Co., 706-7 Peyton.
Residence Property to
Trade for Farms
$4500 -7 room modern; south side,
close in; full basement, etc.;
will trade for good farm.
$2750 -7 room modern; north side;
J. M. Morgan's addition; will
trade for farm or city lots.
S7OOO -S room strictly modern; fine
cdiner, north side: rents $40
per month; want good wheat
or timothy ranch.
$3000 6 room modern; ninth side;
trade for farm.
$5003 -S room strictly modern; north
side; trade for acreage.
$1500 —4 room semi-modern nnd 2
lots; north side; trade for
$1600 4 room semi-modern; school;
trade for horses.
Williams & Hayden
$05 U VJIK BLO< K.
Three nice little 3 room bungalows on
nice lots; these houses rent for
$12 per month each; large
basement. electric lights,
water; close to car; will sell
all or any one; $1000 cash and
balance very easy; these are
snaps worth Investigating.
Fine large store building, warehouses,
etc.; good clean stock of mer
chandise which invoices at
$8000; postofflce in store;
largest store in fine town;
price $20,000 for everything, or
will trade for strictly modern
house and give easy terms on
.1. F OGIBR REALTY CO
, r i33 PEYTON BLK. MAIN 277.
A good $2500 automobile to trade for
a good piece of timber land.; 60
per cent A 1 farm land.
EAGLE REALTY CO.
16 CURTIS BLK. MAIN 3856.
Wanted to Hade for stock of liquors,
cigars, tobacco or any general mer
ch indise. Phone day or evening, m.
2127. Call at 110! i Second aye., drug
13»i acres irrigated tract; all in
fruit and under ditch; will con
sider trade on city property.
See Barker, 307 Hyde blk. Phone 6381.
Bargain Orchard and
160 acres near Kettle Falls. Ste
vens county, Wash.; 80 acres culti
vated: 2;i acres timothy; 30 acres ir
rigated, private water and ditch; io
And 12 Acres
Price only $,",0 per acre; $1200 cash.
J. S. Lichty & Co.
622 COLUMBIA BLDG.
"Worth Your Attention"
See ns for farm land. Give us
your wants ana we will supply you.
EAGLE REALTY CO.
16 Curtis Block. Main 3856.
]5o Bcrei " milt's Houth of Newport;
jot of tamarack and fir timber; 1
mile from railroad; level; good fruit
land when cleared; 120 per acre;
terms. Maxwell l |iui.
"2ft acre free homestead in Montana;
if you have your right, now is 111• -
time; we cun locate you on some of
the beat land In northwestern Mon
tana, adjoining tho well known Al
berta country, on main line of <». N.;
tlie sooner you locate the neater the
station; this will not last long; stop
at our office or write for particulars.
L. C. Brown Realty Co., oj-o-i-2-j
Homestead relinquishment st coat of
Improvements; must sell, have
other interests. Lock box 16, Othello,
Hotels and Lodging Houses.
ONE BLOCK FROM G. N. DEPOT.
NICE ROOMS. 50c TO $1.50.
PHONE IN each room.
TRANS 1 ENTB.
C. C. DEMP6EY, PROP.
S3 MONROE! ST. MAIN 3uol.
Raardon Hotel, OtflO Monroe si.,
newly furnished rooms, hot anil
cold water, steam heat; $5 to $t",ij
for wock. Maxwell --'n.
Farms for Sale
For Rent—Rooms & Houses
BIOS] Sprague Aye. Phone, Main 488.
MOVIItK, Storing. Picking and
For rent or sale—Good 3 room house.
Thirty-fourth and Division; acre
garden, chicken run. fruit trees,
strawberries, raspberries and black
berries. Pall Slain 3470.
We will take charge and give your
property personal attention: only
small fee. The AndreWS-Lalr Co., 325
Eagle bldg. Phone, Main 754*.
Seattle Transfer & Storage Co.
Prompt service; satisfaction guar
anteed; reasonable charge. Phone
Main 1786, Cor. Post ami First.
Six room modern house; close in on
Cannon bill; good corner lot; also
the furniture for sale. S7nl Adams.
Phone, Main 6111, party R.
Furniture of 'i room house for sale
and the house for rent; good locu
tion on Cannon bill. S7al Adams st.
Phone, Main 5111, party R.
For rent —A 7 room modern house,;
furnished. W. A. Veomans, 01227
Sherwood st. Phone, Maxwell 3086.
Nice big outside rooms: (dose In.
EIO2H Sprague aye. Under new
Th l ec-roomed house and barn, at
I EIO2B Bridgeport. Phone .Main
One l-room modern and one 2-room
semi-modern furnished flats,
Five room house; rent S2i<. Eagle
Realty Co., Hi Curtis blk. Phone
10 room strictly modern house in %
mile circle. 616 Hyde blk. Main 204.
Nicely furnished steam heated room;
close in. S:i I 7 Stevens st.
One or two rooms. furnished; low
rent ; close in. 8104'» Pine st.
Five room house. Apply 1926 Gard
ner, l'hone. Maxwell 3667.
Store room for rent, with fixtures.
Inquire, 01602 Ash st.
Furnished room, $« per month. E3224
Sprague a vo.
New 7 room modern bouse; close in.
1309 Main aye.
Rooms and Board
First class board with rooms: desir
able place for young men; reason
able rates. Phone 7941-Y,
Room an.l board iii private family:
convenieni for 2 business men. 1522
Riverside aye. Main 2681
Room ami board for two at 2220
Many young men are looking for
I home-like rooms. An ail in "To
Rent—Rooms" column of The Press
, will tell these possible tenants about
i your place. Phone ail to Main 375
,It costs only a few pennies
1, 2 and 3 room furnished suites
front sleeping rooms; steam heat'
$8.50 week and up. Main 2141. Re
liance, OOG'/a Second avenue.
All new, swell furniture; 1, 2 nnd
.1 room housekeeping suites; $22 up,
0606V4 Monroe. Phone, Maxwell 1241;
Newly furnished or unfurnished
rooms; new brick; gas; walking
distance. E:: ll' 3 Sprague aye. Alain
1705, party L,
Two room furnished housekeeping
suites; also sleeping rooms; re
spectable people only; reasonable
rates. 102:: Second aye,
Three newly furnished housekeeping
rooms; gr d floor, i lern, gas
and light. Phone, Alain 403ti party
Y. W309 Fifth aye,
Three nicely fun Ishcd rooms for
light housekni ping: modern; private
family; walking distance. WIToS
First. Main 7870-R,
Furnished housekeeping; single and
en suite; steam heat, electric light;
$2 and up. 11 OS Fourth aye. Phone,
Two furnished housekeeping rooms;
modern; reasonable. E1206 Sprague
aye. Main 8906.
Oxford; housekeeping nnd sleeping
rooms. $10 to $15 per month. lt,7'i
8. Monroe Street. Main SIXO.
Three and four room apartments;
si rlctly modi in; hot and cold
water. 13418 Pacific aye.
The Pure Food Cafe
has moved to L.! Riverside
and will be open for business
in a few days.
Hall tn rent, on Riverside; iwo open
nights, Call Henry Oberg, Main
j. Edward Lydon, M, T. r>., graduate
American College Mechano Ther
apy. Woman's specialist. Chronic
trouubles. No knife or urug. aio-n
Auditorium. M. 3206.
Hides and Junk
Dealers In Junk and hlden. Kahn &
Fulk Co., 10-12-14 Fast Main.
Chnrlcs Rtalev, Pacific ovenuo and
Dr. J. A. HenvnV, Public Horticultur
ist, 111 Bernard street. Modern
tree surgery, pruning and plaining.
Free orchard Information mailed to
| any address. Rellabla references.
a lot or tine imported Gorman Harts
Mountain Hollers and parrots Seed
and cages. 1227 Sprague. J. F.
Lung, Telephone, 1P,7.
Money to Loan
i | per cent. yens time, easy pny
j menis: money to buy. build or pay
off i mortgage. National Home Co.,
Private money mi ihattei mortgage;
I 4 to 7 p. in. Hall, 84,02 Sherman.
Jack—Trouble at our house. Tom
has found out about you and me
nnd says if I try to see you again
he'll shut me up or send tne away.
Maybe we haven't been wise, but I
must communicate with you and so
try this "ad." as mail is watched
advertise fur six days and then
Rive up if you don't answer in same
way. Think this form of communi
cation safe, as Tom only skims
through the papers. Answer as soon
as you see this.—Ress.
Lost and Found
Lost—A pair of gold rimless glasses
velvet lined case; reward. E4 9
Manicuring and Massage
Miss M. Edwards, scalp nnd face
treatment, vapor baths and mas
sage. Sherwood blk., parlor 29, 510
Miss Wilhelm. chiropodist nnd ma-i"
curing. R. 12 Rainier Grand. 811H
Men's clothing made to order on tha
installment plan. Delivery guaran
$5,000 Surety Bond
... SAEBER TAILORING CO.
408 HVDK BLOCK. Phone, M. 2432.
Miscellaneous for Sale
"If you want CHOICE,
CLEAN, NEW FURNI
TURE, RUGS, or a PI ANO,
at the LOWEST PRICES
IN SPOKANE, go to 112-114
S. Lincoln St."
CRESCENT furniture CO.—Fur
niture, rugs and linoleums, up
holstering, furniture 'repairing, cab
inet wotk: goods packed, etc.; goods
called for and delivered, Phone.
Main 19&7. 1113 First avenue.
Wmited—6o boys nt once to sell Tho
Daily and Sunday Morning Press,
eomo down nt once and get you a
good comer before all the good ones
aro nil gono. See Red ut The Press,
lit! N. Division.
WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR
NEW Ij< (CATION
203 RIVERSIDE AYE.
HEW YORK FURNITURE
Qood 10 foot counter and shelving:,
heating stove and range. E607 Au
gusta. Glenwood 90-1* Evenings
A snap—s9o, 2'i hp. Indian motor
cycle in first class running older.
Apply, shipping clerk, basement
Wanted -Five live men to sell Na
poleon; men capable of earning $10
per day. fall in morning between 8
and '.». 746-7 Peyton block.
Nice Hue nf rugs; priors (12.75 and
up. Spokane Outfitting Co., 10
Riverside. Phone, .Main 2065.
Thoroughbred male Boston terrier
puppy; pedigree. Inquire at o7os
Monroe. Maxwell 2H2S.
Wanted —Second-hand bicycles. C, P.
Burch, 222 Bp rug', h Phone, Mala
Cast-off clothing, shoes and tools;
highest to ices paid. Wollen Bros.,
219 Bernard st.
Buff Leghorn cockerels; good stock;
$2 etch. 1610 Gardner,
All or part of household furniture,
for sale. 618 South Elm street.
To exchange One It. I. Red cockerel
for 2 pullets. Alain 74 :t 7-1
Wall paper, 5 cents a roll. Elßos
Good safe for sale. SUN Hyde
one 1600-pound horse, l'hone Max
well 211.1 party Y.
Miscellaneous For Sale
Valley Wood & Con'» yard. Phone,
Main 2958, W. F. Ilohl. prop. All
kinds of dry seasoned wood delivered
to all parts of Hie city. Full meas
ure; prompt delivery. E2S Front av
enue, Spokane, Wasn.
International fuel Co. — Wood and
coal; tamarack, 10.25; pine, $5.25;
delivered. Maxwell 71.
C, & C. Fuel Co. Wood, coal. Tam
arack, fir, rick $2.75; pine, $2.60.
All kinds 4 ft, wood. Main 3083.
Johnston Wood Yard for pine or
tamarack. 1o i n Cora. Maxwell 414.
Musical Instruction—Special offer
for in new pupils, beginners or ad
vanced; tuition much less than half
prlco; 40 prlvnte lessons, piano, or
gan or vocuk'only $15; lessons given
nay or evening. Apply Immediately,
Mr. Andreas Rohne, studio at rest
denee, 1011) Jackson aye., near North
Mnni-tif si. Telephone, Max. r»2l.
\V. F. Grover, specialist In chronlo
diseases; female troubles nnd nil
other diseases cured without drugs or
knife; consultation and examination
free, 620 21 Mohawk block. M. ::572.
Drs. P. F. Sells anil W. K. S. Coyne
have removed to rooms 820-331 Paul
ben building, Phone 3148.
Second Hand Goods
O. K. Furniture Exchange, 0522 Mon
roe ii. —Second-hand goods bought
and sohi. Phone, Maxwell 2487.
Mcßi'lde Co., Osnt) Monroe, handles nil
kinds of furniture; buys and sells.
Phone, Maxwell 27 1.
If you want to buy or sell furniture
call .1. A. Hindman. Main 4086.
22S Post street.
I ran save you time and money on
your patents, v. I-;. Smith, solici
tor or r. s. or foreign patents,
caveats, trademarks, drawings. 615
Jamieson hid*. l'hone. Mala 1180
for appointments evenings. _
Martin Amundsen. wood sawing;
reasonable charges. Phone .Main
47:14. Kll7 Third.
Have your wood mi wed by the gaSO
lene wood saw J. J. Horecky.
Phone. .Maxwell 15U6.