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PRINCE IS NOT MUTE NEITHER DOES THE SPANISH HEIR STUTTER. King Alfonso Scores Gossip Mon- gers and Says Son Is Voluble As Other Youngsters. MADRID, April 29. —Dame gossip lias wounded the royal pride of King Alfonso and Queen Victoria severely. The trouble concerns the three year old heir to the Spanish throne. Rumor got about in European capitals that the little prince of Austria couldn't speak properly, ow ing to a vocal impediment. Unhappy pictures were diawn of the roj al em barrassment over the stuttering prince. As the story circulated it natur ally gained detailed mendacity, till hy the time it got to the Spanish court it was a full blooded flight of imagination. Alfonso got busy at once and wrote to everybody whose opinion he cared about, tell ing them in the very plainest lan guage not only what he thought of the gossip mongers hut also that his little son is as voluble as the heartiest youngster in Europe. Resides Spanish. ho speaks French and English already, for the three languages are in constant use at the Spanish court. Awkward problems are about to arise between the Spanish govorn ment and the Vatican. Alfonso's ad visers are all agreed that there is too much license allowed to the myriad religious orders established in Spain. So they want to make ex tensive alterations. $100 REWARD lor the conviction of the party or parties claiming to be agents or solicitors of the Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Works, 605 First avenue. L. A. Leiimann. prop. Jin Open Book to All "Press" Readers RAISIN DA V TOMORRO W; EAT LOTS OF 'EM 1 FRESNO, Cel., April 29.— Raisin bread, raisin bread, Thai's what we yell. Ram it down, cram it down; We've got it to sell. Sounds like a college yell, doesn't it ! Hut it isn't. It's the call of the raisin, the yell they'll be giving in Fresno tomorrow. For thai day will be known as "Raisin day" and the residents of Fresno and the San Joaquin valley are anxious for the woi Id to know all about it ami also the advantages to be derived from eating raisins. You can eat raisins in bread, in pudding, in cocktails, in any old form you want tp and the doctors say that the dried giapes are the gieatest tiling out for people. And the reason for this big cele bration is the slowness with which raisins sell and the pi ice received for them. Despite the fact that they can he produced in bul one very circumscribed area In the country the raise: s fail to get good prices and many are digging up their vine yards and planting alfalfa and others threaten to follow their lead. So the people of ih< great San Joa quin valley have Landed together to boost raisins. April 30 has been named as the big day and tin re will be a great I celebration in Fresno, modeled after Portola daj of San Francisco, Mardi eras of New Orleans, Ou that day all the candy stores of Fresno will use raisins in candy and other tilings ,';iid the stores throughout the country have been asked to do the same. John 1». Rockefeller is io he given a box' and asked to contents in the following should IXTIT // Merest all ' ' Press' 7 readers, both ill/ In men and women, who are clissat isfied with their present outlook and are seeking a way to better their con lition. Do you know how to make $4 a day on as 3 salary? If not we'll tell you. Invest $10 a month of your salary, or $20 if you can spare it, in good live real es tate, the safest of all investments. will start you on the road to success and pave the way to a golden future for you. UPPER—HAULING RAISINS TO RAILROAD. LOWER —TYPICAL VINEYARD St'KXE. A $10.00 Bill memorize the yell and the commit-' tee in charge is bending every ef fort to have the housewives of the country use raisins in their cooking [ oi! that clay. Not oul.. this, hut the b'g wholesale ston s of the country I Will feature raisins on that day. Jim Jeffries is eating raisin:- and Con gressman Neeham is going to take tip the matter of having raisins in the army and navy rations. ' Post cards have been scattered broadcast and every man. woman and child has joined in the big boosting campaign and it is est! |mated that more than 100,000 cards have been mailed throughout the country boosting the product. In every city throughout the country "CHERRIES ARE RIPE" AND GIDDY STUDENTS ARE CANNED MIDDLETOWN, Conn., April 29. —Fresh from triumphs along the "kerosene circuit." a musical com edy struck Mlddletown to display the "shapely chorus' to townspeo ple and Wesleyan students. Today three of the college's lead ing lights got a year's suspension because they burned the midnight rum omelet for three of the most shapely. Following the perform ance, the trio led their conquests to the "leading lobster palace." Having left tlie girls at their hotel, the students wended a devi ous way toward their dormitory. En route President Shankln was en- I countered, discoursing to gut sis THE SPOKANE PRESS the boosting is going on. Tt is a colossal campaign and- the inns' \ nninue ever atiempted in the United States. The growers <>f the San Joaquin valley produce every y ear some-1 thing like 60,000 tons, but despite the demand there is always a big 1 ohlover. which smashes the price of the crop the following year. It is to assist the raiser that the big boosting campaign was started and it is certain!) helping h great deal in consuming the holdover this year. Physicians have pronounced rais ins a valuable article of food and according to them the product is , not only good but healthful as well. • from the New York Hast Methodist conference on the good behavior of his charges. The trio were glad to see him. and made it known that "cherries were ripe." Suspension followed. The New York Sample Store Corner Sprague and Lincoln "The House of Bargains" The biggest and best sample store in Spokane. You save one-third to one-half. The Daily and Sunday Spokane I Press, 10 ceutH a week. 98 CANDLES ON BIRTHDAY CAKE, BUT OLD STAGE DRIVER STILL WORKS VINCENNBB, Ind., April It.— William Green, oldest resident of Knox county, celebrated his 98th birthday recently and in the even ing had about 100 of his friends in to help him observe the event. A huge birthday cake with 98 can dles was a curiosity. Green walked five blocks in the rain to attend church services. He reads without glasses and works every day. He is hale and spry and hauls mail daily from the de pot to the postoffice. In his early days he drove a stage in Indiana. EGGS AS A FOOD FOR THE CHILDREN The white of egg furnishes pro teid in its most digestible form, and fresli eggs are therefore a most valuable food for the grow ing child, The white of the egg, but not the yolk, can be fed to a | Our credit system is one of the great features for t li c W a g o earner, Know ing that you <an get the best of goods that the fash ion market produces at the most reasonable prices, .just as though you pay cash lor it. on TERMS to suit your convenience, Our plan is honorable and dignified. Store Open Saturday Until 10 p. m. Pacific Outfitting Co. 418 —Riverside Ave.—4lß The Home of Dignified Credit Mt. Pleasant First Addition on the Northside, is the place to buy a lot that will increase in value very quickly. Remember, before you have it all paid for, should you not keep it for a home, you can sell out for a good profit. You see it is not what you make, but how you invest it that puts you ahead. Don't dig for every dollar you get, but make a little easy money out of what you do earn as others are doing. We have shown others the way to make money. Phone us and we will take you out to Mt. Pleasant free of all charge, in our automobile and show you these fine lots that are now selling for $400 and up, all im provements included. When you buy a lot from the Eshelman- Burr Co., you can absolutely depend upon getting good clear title, and not only this but you will get everything as represented. healthy child in the latter part of its first year. Bqt the white should be only slightly cooked, by poaching, boil ing or coddling. Fried eggs and omelets are not for young chil dren. One egg every mottling should he allowed the child which is over 4 years old. School children under 10 years may have a second egg ! tor dinner at night in place of the pork, salt fish and salt meats ■O often provided for the adults of the family. Ye Furnitorium salesagents, polishing, repairing. See us about furniture, llli First avenue. PHONE 1985 Today's Styles Today Bradbury System CLOTHING The particu lar dresser ap preciates good clothes. The young nnd the old ike the dis tinctiveness of the Bradbury Clothing. Style, Kit. Quality, with all the finish ing touches. I Prices — £22.50 to sj?:ia.so Other makes, 912.50 and up, Credit Sample Shoe Men Bauder & Schriber Third Floor Jamieson Bldg., Opp. Old National Bank. Buy tliose oxfords tomorrow for $2.50 regular $4. $o and $v oxfords. Where else in Spokane can yon j>ot su<*h good values. Come and see our stock. The Old Reliable New York Dentists 714V2 Riverside Avenue, Next to Crescent Storo Every member of our staff is a graduate and ex perienced. We extract teeth free and without pain when other work is done. If you have a few teeth missing-, come iv and Lot us replace them with our system of teeth without plates. Full set of teeth . $5.00 22k;. solid gold crown for v $5.00 Best bridge work for .\ $5.00 THEY.VERY BEST FOR A LITTLE LESS Our plate* a™ guaranteed to fit, the material we use is the very best we can buy and is guaranteed to you as such lV 10 years. Be sure to see. lls for your lental work if y»u want to save your bill. New York Dental Co. 71414 RIVERSIDE AVenue, The Daily and Sunday Spokane Press, 10 Cents a Week FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1910.