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FRIDAY, APRIL 2% 1910.
THE CENSUS MAN IS COMING AND THIS IS WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW The words "dwelling house" and "family" are, for census purposes, given a much wider application than they have in ordinary speech. A "dwelling" is defined as a place in which, at the time of the census, one or more persons regularly sleep, it need not be a house in the common meaning of the word, but may be, for example, a room in store or office building, a over a stable, a canal boat, a tent or a wigwam. The term also includes a hotel, boarding or lodg ing house, a tenement or apartment house, an institution or school build ing. If persons regularly sleep there, as well as the ordinary dwelling house. DEFINITION OF "FAMILY.""" A "family," as a census term, may mean a group of people who occupy a dwelling place or part of '-a. dwelling place, or a man living alo i \ All the occupants and em |)loyes of a hotel, If they regularly FOR THE CENSUS (Pill this out and have it ready for the census man. He will call for it.) FULL VAMK STREET ADDRESS Relation to family? Age last birthday? Single? Married Widowed? Divorced? No. Years of Present Marriage? Mother of how many children? No. living? Color or Race? Place of birth? , Fathers Birthplace? , Mother's Birthplace? Citizen of V. S.? Naturalized? If not, year arrived Speak English? If not, what language? OCCUPATION Employer? Employe? Working on own account ? Employed April 15th? No. weeks unemployed in 1909? Able to Head? To Write?....' Attended School since. Sept. 1, 1909? Home Owned or Rented? Free or Mortgaged? Remarks WOMEN'S 25c HOSE FOR Women's gauze lisle hoso in plain black, with double heel and toe. Special, a pair 17«£ Three pairs for 50^ FIRST FLOOR. SPECIAL SALE From Bargain Lane on the first floor to the housefurnishing store on the fourth, the season's best bargains in Spring and Summer Merchandise are offered at tremendous price reductions. Not one section of this great t popular store but what has handsomely contributed its quota of bargains to our all-over-the-house special sale. In every instance the merchandise offered is up to the Palace standard of quality. This is a sale of good goods of every nature and the values are worthy of an early-hour visit to the Palace on Saturday. GreatFancyNeck wear Sale 5c One thousand pretty pieces of stylish neckwear, comprising all sorts of novelties, Dutch collars, stock collars, jabots, turnovers, bows and soft collars. See the big window display. Be here early and get a first choice from this assort ment of fancy neckwear worth r* to 35c. Sale price, choice DC BARGAIN LANE. PALACE SPECIAL SOAPS 12 Cakes for 25c The now Palace special toilet soap will he on sale for the first time tomor row, 'Phis is a pure, slight ly scented soap in 2Vi uinco size cakes. Hotel keepers should get a big -supply. Palace special toi let soap sells 12 cakes for 25£ FIRST FLOOR. $10 and $12 Hats Choice for . . Now York and Palace made lints; cleverest styles in broad brimmed and turban effects. Gracefully trimmed with import* ed silk and linen flowers, grains, grassoe, wings, aigrettes, feath ers, velvet and silk ribbon. For Saturday's great sule these $10 Mid $12 hntu will go at... .$7.50 BLACK HATS for middle aged ladies. Small shapes, made >r horsehair braid, chip and fancy draws; trimmed with black flow •is, feathers, mull and chiffon. Very special values for.. .$5.00 [JNTRIMMED SHAPES, made >f l me jet black Neapolitan braid, nest fashionable styles, brims bent and drooped in most pleas ing effects. Special, each $1.98 THIRD FLOOR. sleep there, make Bp a single fam ily, because they occupy one dwell ing place, and persons living alone in cabins, huts or tents, persons occupying a room or rooms in pub lic buildings, stores, warehouses, factories or stables, and persons sleeping on river bouts, canal boats, barges, etc., if they have no other usual place of abode, are re garded as families. The head of the family is to be entered first, then the wife, next the children, whether sons or daughters, in the order of their j ages, and lastly, all other persons ; living with the family, whether rela tives, boarders, lodgers or servants. The head of the family, whether husband or father, widow or un married person of either sex, Is to be designated by the word "head." and the other members of a family as wife, father, mother, son, daugh ter, grandson, daughter in law, uncle, aunt, niece, boarder, lodger or servant. AU-Over-the-House A wonderful special in table linen; Loom dice lin en napkins, 20-inch size, and worth $1.25 a dozeu. Sale price, a dozen BARGAIN LANE. on Sale $7.50 Satisfaction or Your Money Back. POST STREET AND MAIN AVENUE Rich Foulard Silks $1.00 Quality on Sale, a yd. Another successful distribution of rich foulard silks assured us tomorrow. These silks come in artistic designs, stripes, dots of vario us si/.es from small pin heads up, conventional designs and ringlets. Some or these foulards have a slight diagonal stripe effect. Colon represented are wood brown, light brown, apricot, navy, blue, green, tan, light blue, light green, violet, rose, lavender, wistaria; also black and white. The richest foulard silks ever brought to Spokane; all worth $1.00. Sale price, per yard 50<* FIRST FLOOR. $1.25 NAPKINS, A DOZEN, 49c SIR BENJAMIN STONE'S PORTRAIT OF MARK TWAIN It is difficult for Sir Benja min Stone, the British parlia mentarian, who has photo graphed more famous persons than any professional photog rapher, to say which is his best individual portrait, but he thinks he has rarely had more success than with Mark Twain. His leonine head — that white shock of hair — stood out bravely against the dark ground. It is of this photograph that Mark Twain said, on his return to New York: "Amongst other hon ors heaped upon me by En glishmen was that of being photographed in parliament. I am not a member of parlia ment. But neither am I a member of congress. Has any fellow-American suggested that I be photographed in congress? No. I blush to say that they have not. And yet here is an honor that might without risk be bestowed on any great man. And yet it was not bestowed on Washing ton, Jefferson or Lincoln, When I saw the photograph, With the mother of parlia ment in the background, and realized my advancing years, I said to myself, 'Here are two noble monuments to an tiquity—two shining examples of the survival of the fittest.' " —From "Sir Benjamin Stone and His Sitters," in the May Strand. This coupon Is good for $10 if pre sented before May 10 as first pay ment on tuition at Standard Com mercial College, Spokane. We guarantee positions to our graduates. Catalog is free. GO2 Col umbia building. The Dally and Sunday Spokane Pross, 10 rents a week. 50c 15c PERCALES 9c Pest quality percale in prettiest patterns; light and medium shades, and !(i inches wide. Tomorrow i'ou may buy 15c >ercales at, yard 49c BARGAIN LANE. $10.00 60c Linoleum, per Twenty-five rolls of Potter's high grade printed linoleum on sale. One of the best linoleum values ever of fered in Spokane. Patterns are all very attractive. This linoleum is on sale at a price just 10c less a yard than the same quality can he bought by the retailer at the mills today. Buy 60c linoleum tomorrow, a square yard V2C FOURTH FLOOR. 9c Women's Suits $25.00 and $27.50 Garments an Sale at $18.95 We have formed one group of women's handsome spring suits, from which you may select at a positive saving. Fine wool serge and sharkskin suitings in light and medium shades. Most of these suits are shown with the popular cape collar, are superbly tailored; some perfectly plain, others with braid trimming. Sev enty-five $ , 2.j.00 and $27.50 suita from which you may choose the one yon like, for $18.75 $1.50 AND $1.75 C. B. CORSETS FOR 95<* dust think of buying genuine O. B< a la Spirits corsets for less than a dollar. The new long hip models, with side and front hose supporters; $l.f)0 and $1.75 val ues. Sale price : .95<* SECOND FLOOR. THE. SPOKANE PRESS A WHITEWASH . FOR BALLINGER (By United Press Leased Wire) SEATTLE, April 22— Character izing a recent attack on Secretary Ballinger, dealing with his Seattle history by Collier's Weekly, as a "wanton and vicious assault, with out any foundation whatever in fact," the Seattle Bar association today made public their investiga tion of the case. A special meeting of the bar asso ciation was held last night, where a resolution, lauding the secretary of the interior and flaying the weekly was drawn up. Some of the charges made against Ballinger in Collier's Week ly of April 2 were investigated some years ago by the bar associa tion and the present secretary of the interior was cleared. Inas much as Collier's Weekly charged that the former investigation was not made In good faith, Ballinger's enemies here regard tho present investigation as a mere "white wash" with the avowed purpose of hitting at Collier's. The secretary's friends are jubi lant, however, that the men who knew him as a business associate and friend should vindicate his honesty. Catarrh-ol Cures Catarrh Three Months' Treatment, ff.OC Guaranteed WESTERN DRUG CO. Corner Stevens and Main Also F. R. Robertson, Druggist, Howard and Riverside C. Cor. Main and Stevens Btt. CHILDREN'S HOSE FOR 15£ • Children's fine ribbed tan and black cotton hose. Made with linen heel and toe. Very elastic and special values, a pair „ 15£ FIRST FLOOR. Yard 42c GARDEN HOSE, n FOOT VC Cotton covered garden hose, warranted for the current sprinkling season. A splendid quality hose on sale, a foot .' 9^ 12c GARDEN HOSE, 10c Black rubber garden hose; first quality, heavy and worth 12c. Sale price, l foot 10£ FOURTH FLOOR. Mt. Pleasant as a Home In Selecting a Home Special Consideration Should Be Given Other, Is it convenient to the station? Is it suitable both for winter and summer residence? Does it afford complete change of air and scenery? It it a good place to enjoy one's self out of doors? Is it in the path of growth? It it entirely away from the city, yet close enough to be convenient? Mt. Pleasant fulfills all these requirements. Come out to morrow and let us show you. Automobiles leave our office every half hour for Mt. Pleasant. Come in and we'll take you to see the property. $400 The Eshleman - Burr 645-646-647 Peyton Bldg. Spokane. Washington IS IT? Advantages or Disadvantages Besides Transportation Is it healthy? Has it good neighbors? Is it restricted? Is it improved? Has it good water? Is it a good place to bring up children? IT LOTS and Up (INCORPORATED) IS! TERMS $10 CASH a Month Company Phone Main 52 T API T