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Virginia of the Air Lanes (Continued.) "Thank God," said Virginia. "Did you find a way down?" ask ed Carson, all unconscious of the nearness of what he sought. "Only the old way by which I came off the back stoop of the em porium," replied Craighead. "It's a matter of specific gravity. As to getting back, unless you brought yonr specific leity with you, I really don t see, old chap, how it's going tq be managed." down I can force my way ufrv aaid Theodore, raising his voffe*in nia intensity. "Do you think I'll go back without seeing her? No! You stay here, and —" "Mr. Craighead!" The voice came from the dark nes sof the house, cool, calm, self possessed. "Present!" answered Craighead. "But don't shoot! I'm a starving man, in charge of a maniac " "Please come here, Mr. Craig head!" said the soft voice. "Virginia!" cried Carson. "Please tell your friend." said the voice, "that if he presumes to aitdress any person except yourself, t(i4>-window will be closed!" "(lot that?" asked Craighead. "Or will you have the message repeated at your expense, to avoid possible errors?" Craighead approached the glim mer of white drapery, and Virginia gave him her hand, which he gal lantly kissed. "You may tell your friend," said Miss Stiaroz. "that his coming here is a foolhardy thing, and quite un called for. No one here either can see him or would if she could." "You hear, old man?' queried Craighead. "The imprisoned damo* sel saith it's all a mistake. She don't want no knight! This bal cony business lacks appeal, being hackoneyed and overworked. It's no go, colonel —except for you. Do T correctly interpret the speech from the throne —and to the thrown?" "You may tell him," went on Vir ginia, "that his movements have been reported, and the Aerostatic Power Co. is about taking legal steps —I don't know what —to con test with him-—1 don't know what!" "That's in my department," re plied Craighead, "I don't allow my friend to mingle with it. And tell your friend —to coin an expression —that we shall be with him in the courts. The great Craig speaketh of his specially." "And now go!" said Virginia. "Your coming here at all is per fectly shameless!" A murmur of voices arose from the court, and lights flashed out. Illuminating the roof and the girl's form and face, as she stood at the window In flowing white robes like an angel, "I can't go!" said Carson. "I must s|K>ak! I was wrong not to tell you of your mistake; but I loved you from the moment I picked you up Dr. J. Edward Lydon Mechano Therapist has proven time after time that he can and does effect marvelous cures by the greatest of all treatments. Mechano Therapy Aud a talk with his many friends will do more to convince you that he is in a position to relieve you. Call on him and you will be satisfied that he can do all he claims Dr. J. Edward Lydon MECHANO THERAPIST 310-311 Auditorium. Where else in Spokane can you get SUCH values in men's and women's sample shoes and oxfords for $2.50 as yon can on the third floor of the Jamieson build ing? Follow tlie shoo buyers and you'll buy here. Bauder & Schriber Rooms 319-20-21 22 Third Floor Jamieson Bldg. frote the sand and carried you into the cabin! I couldn't say you had no place to go! I wanted you! And I didn't think of anything that—that could remind me of —of —of your reputation " "Mr. Craighead!" "Adsum!" responded Craighead. "But not prepared to recite. Let's not relay this talk any more. Speak to the villain direct. The current is burning out the wire. Let him talk to you or install a transformer. Help! Help!" "Tell your friend." went on Vir ginia^—and her voice now faltered — "that I shall consider what he says "I believe," cried Carson, "that I am the last of the Carson family. My father always taught me " " —and that I shall cease to be angry by ceasing to remember him. And now, go! You are imperiling your precious interests and risking arrest." "Of that," said Theodore, "we are not at all afraid!" "Speak for yourself," quavered Craighead, as the cries below re doubled. "I'm scared stiff!" "We are here for no bad pur pose," said Theodore firmly, "and we shall not fly " "Foolish boy!" cried Virginia. "They will confine you during pleas tire, through officers that can act legally, aud study the airship and steal your creation! Go, I beg of you, go!" There was a knocking ai the door and loud voices demanding admis sion. Virginia extended her hands imploringly as she spoke; and Theodore seized them. "I will go," said he, "when you tell me when I may seek you and make my explanations! I have the right, Virginia!" "Oh, oh," she cried. "You are cruel! You are putting the blame of your ruin on me! Go, go!" "When may I see you again?" "When you have won your fight for the Virginia," answered she. "When the fruits of your genius are saved to you—lf you will go at once! Or when you are completely ruined —maybe!" "Hurry, old man!" cried Craig head. "They're putting up ladders. Hurry! I'll go bail you see her again some time. When you're ruined, will be soonest —if you don't come. Fly with me! Fly!" Shayne's voice was heard outside the door, giving orders that it be broken in, and some person hurled himself against it unavailingly. A flat cap appeared above the roof: and as the man under it mounted the ladder, carrying a pistol, Craig head seized an overturned chair, and screwing its legs into the breast and lace of the sealer, dumped him neatly into the arms of three or four servants in the court —after which he examined the chair leg, shouted, "No meat on it;. I'll starve!" and threw the chair down after the man. Leaping into the The Wide Awakel Sample Shoe Men Bj Herbert Quick Author of "Double Trouble." car he shouted to Carson to come, or he would have to walk. Theodore clung to Virginia's hands. His fighting blood was up, and he hated to miss seeing the dear faces of his foes. The dis charge of the pistol, however, ad monished him of the seriousness of his situation, and emphasized Vir ginia's pleading. He clasped her in his arms; she feebly pushed him off, but yielded to overpowering force. "Within a few weeks," said he, "I shall be ruined, or successful. And I shall come —for your love!" "I prome nothing," she whispered, "except to consid Oh, Theodore, go, go! Please, for my sake, go!" Her face was upturned In plead ing, and he kissed her mouth—once, twice; and as her door crashed In, he gently released her, leaped into the car and threw on the clutches. The aeronef, risiug, soared above the great house and sped off into the night, amid the whizzing of bul lets and the crackling of firearms. The attack on Shayne's Hold was repulsed—but its leader was jubil ant. (To Be Continued.) LIBBY. Mont, .Tune 17—An tonio Rrlccl, who was shot by Dom ino Santonlo in a section house near here, died yesterday. OH LOOK EXTRAORDINARY OFFER FREE Fireworks WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON *T0 HAVE good health it is absolutely necessary that your food be chewed well. Tbil will be possible only if your teeth aye kept iv the best of con dition at all times. We are the people who will do this for you—at tlie lowest possible cost considering that we give only the best of work. We can't afford to do anything but tlie best of work, because any other kind is expensive at any price and unsatisfactory as well. We could never build up a permanent business by turning out cheap and Inferior work; and what we are go ing to do is build up a large number of satisfied customers, who will not only come to us for all the work they want done themselves, but will also recommend us to their friends. That is our Idea of the proper way to conduct a business. And remember this —at this office you are sure of the services of an expert dentist. We positively do not and will not have beginners to do your work. Full set of teeth for $5. 22k. solid gold crown. $5. Kest bridge work for $5. Tlie Workmanship and material In every single job that we do is abso lutely guaranteed to lie the best. A complete and thorough examin ation absolutely free of charge. Come bere anil have your dental needs attended to properly. NEW YORK DENTAL CO. Riverside Aye. Next to Crescent store. THE SPOKANE PRESS PLAYS MONKEY AT WASHINGTON WILL GIVE CHILDREN STAGE RECEPTION WASHINGTON — Mile. Anita Diaz, the owner of the clever troupe of trained monkeys at the Washing ton theater this week, has planned an odd social affair for the children of Spokane at the Saturday mati nee. She and her clever performing monkeys will hold a special recep tion for the children upon the stage at the close of the act. Mile. Diaz Is a charming little woman, who has been entertatned socially by her many Spokane friends. To show her appreciation, she has hit upon the happy thought of entertaining the children of this city upon the stage of the Washington theater. The lit tle ones, accompanied by their mothers, will be personally Intro duced to the educated simians, and Miss Diaz will give an Interesting lecture on the habits of monkeys and tell of the patience, kindness and gentle firmness required to teach the monkeys the tricks they; have learned. ORPHEUM—The three billiard experts at the Orpheum this week — Cline, Demarest and Cutler —have a neat act and one which serves well to display their wonderful ability as champions. Heading the bill next week will be found Edwards Davis and his company in an exceedingly dramatic and artistic sketch en titled, "The Picture of Dorian Gray," taken from Oscar Wilde's story. It is filled with Wilde's phil osophy and is a decided novelty. .Tames Thornton, a monologist and one of the best on the circuit, will also appear. WASHINGTON—Harry and Kath erine Mitchell, at the Washington this week, are certainly clever per formers and present an act that is made up of good comedy and also several musical selections that are excellent and hold the undivided at tention of the audience from start to finish of the act. HENRIETTA CROSMAN TO TAKE VACATION Henrietta Crosman, who Is com ing to the Auditorium theater for two performances of her big comedy success, "Aanti-Matrimony," next Wednesday and Thursday evenings, is looking forward to a very pleas ant three weeks' vacation this sum mer. Miss Crosman has played without Intermission for the past 18 months, her success last year being so enormous that she remained at Wallack's thoater, New York, throughout the summer. But in ar ranging her present spring and sum mer tour on the Pacific coast she has managed to leave three weeks open between her San Francisco and I.os Angeles engagements. In those three weeks she is going over to the Hawaiian islands, aecompan ied by her entire company. MAUDE ADAMS AND PLAY SHE PRESENTS HERE Macule Write, the heroine of ,T. M< Barris's new comedy, "What Every Woman Knows," is the "real est" character that Maude Adams has ever played. Maggie Is a ten der, loving woman, with a deep sense of humor and a wealth of compassion for the weaknesses of men. especially those of her John. When the play opens Maggie is fast approaching the spinster period, but Is not without a tinge of romance In her head. Later she marries John Shand and he completely fills her little world. John is ambitious, would become a great, big figure in This Week The D. S. Lawrence Stock Company In Winston Churchill's Famous Play, THE CRISIS Popular Prices. Usual Mat inee Saturday. Next Week— 1 Strongheart.' Natatorium Park SPOKANE'S BEAUTY SPOT SHOOT THE CHUTES OLD MILL ROLLER COASTER BAND CONCERTS 2—FREE DAILY—2 Dancing Every Evening Ex- cept Sunday. LIBERATTI IN JULY AND PLAYERS the world, and the little wife exer cises her wits to aid him. Maggie knows John better than he know 3 himself and when he thinks he has 'found an "affinity" the little woman Wposely throws the two together gp that he might find out her rival's true worth. Miss Adams is to be seen here in the play on Friday and Saturday next, with a Saturday matinee. PLAN AIRSHIP LINE TO RESORT OF MILLIONAIRES (By United Press Leased Wire) : NEW YORK, June 17.—1f the present plans of the Zodiac Dirig ible Airship Co. are carried out, one )f tlie features of the Newport sum mer season will be an airship line connecting Newport and Narragan -1 sett pier. Passengers will be car ried between the two points, accord ing to Joseph H. York, a represent ative of the company, who is here today. A contractor is now drawing plans for two aerodomes, or sta tions. Auditorium TONIGHT The National Opera Company MLLE. A IDA HEMMI And 35 Artists "FraDiavolo" Prices—sl.oo, 75c, 50c, 25c. Seats now on sale. Vantages THEATER B. C. Walker, Mgr. Pbone M. 1398. Week Commencing Sunday Matinee, June 12th. America's Greatest Gymnasts THE FOUR BARD BROS. An exclusive feature, Personal Man nrgemcnt Mr. Alex. Pantiiges, Intro ducing Phenomenal Routine of Inimi table Balancing- ami Acrobatic feats. LEONARD AND WARD "Fader and Abie." Tbe Greatest of All Hebrew Come dians. Tbe Continental Wonders, THE GREAT HULA BATANELLA TRIO The Renowned Continental Comedy, Song and Sensational Acrobatic Dancers. SICK THOMPSON * 00. Presenting a Beautiful Irish Playlet, Entitled "TERRY S RETURN." HARRY 8. MACK * 00. In a High Class Singing Act, entitled, THE BLIND BEGGARS DREAM." Matinee dally at 2:45. Any seat, 15c. Evenings, 7:30 and 9:00. Seats, lie and 25c. WASHINGTON THEATER ll HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. Week Commencing Sunday Matinee, June 13, 1910. "The Season's Grandest Treat for the Children/ ANITA DIAI'S MONKEYS Highly Trained Simian Wonders, l,i an Interesting and Amusing Performance. This Week "An Aggregation of Rollicking Ragtitners." JOSEPHINE SAXTON AND HER Dixie KIDS With Muriel Ring-old. In Parky Bongs and Darky Dances. William— —Adelaide smx.& Aim bovtelle Id Their Mery Munnal Comi'ily, "287 MILKS FROM NKW YORK." ''The Clever V'srclst*." h amy * katkhbxhe iirronu "CRAZY FOR A MINUTE.'' ' vlie Missionary of Mirth." 3. FRANCIS O'BEH.I.Y With a Budget of Selected Witticisms From the Imperial Ijind of the Mikado. HARRY TBUDA Marvelous Japanese Equilibrist. HHW MOVIRO PICTURES Matinee daily at 1:10. Two shows every evening at 7:30 aud 9. Prices 4Sc and 25e. /A. 1 |PHOfCrUJn34I m Jo9> Otj» WtjK Mank'i All-star Trio of BILLIARD CLASSICS roduclng tiu> World's champion BUltardlsta Calvin W. DimUHt Albert a Cutler Harry P. Cllne "A Klghl in a Itllllard Parlor." MARIOS MURRAY AND 00. Iv "The Prima Bouu* i Honeymoon." RIONOB TRAVATO — ECCENTRIC E<J II IT. LQ EQUILIBRIST ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA AND PIC TURES Presenting PANTAOEBCOFZ JOLLY PANNY RICE PRINOLE AMD WHITING) "Breaking Into Vaudeville" PORRES AND BOWMAN "A Boy and a MM" liemp & Hebert The People's Store Corner Main and Washington GLORIOUS SUCCESS ATTENDS BANKRUPT SALE Tomorrow Will Be Your Best Day to Come This Is the Store That Purchased Three Carloads of the Hundley Dry Goods Co. Stock Silk Sale SI.OO Silk Foulards- Fancy patterns, sale price, yard 42* Fancy Silks—Also silk mixed fabrics for dresses, big assortment in values up to $1.25; Bankrupt Sale price, OQ yard aCi/C Fancy China at 58c 1500 pieces in the lot; plates, jars, trays, dishes, bowls, pitchers and choco late pots; worth from $1.25 to $."}.OO a piece; your choice at the Bankrupt Sale price of 58* 20c Hose—Black or tan; women's or children's; .. pair 9* Men's $10 Suits $4.95 Well made, neat patterns in every day styles; sizes up to .'57; Bankrupt Sale price only ~, $4.95 Men's Good Shirts 29c Better than the average 500 lines; assorted patterns in suni iner colorings; sizes 14 to 17; Bankrupt Sale price 29^ i —| Up to $1.00 Fancy Shirts—A great as sortment from this Bankrupt stock, all in stylish patterns, at, only 55^ Men's Handkerchiefs—(Jood white cam bric, sale price 2^ Men's Shoes $2.48 $3.00 to $4.00 val ues In a great clean up of Shoes and tlx lords, with almost every size and style represented: black and tan. Get them during Bankrupt Sale at. pair. fa. 18 Women's Shoes and Oxfords —A lot of up to $3.50 val ues, tan and black; Ret them at only 91.08 The Above Items Are Merely Examples of Bargains From Thousands of Others. Come! CROWDS EVERY DAY Ladies' $16.50 Suits $7.84 In this Bankrupt Sale we throw all our own wool suits for women and misses. The above price shows one reduction. All other tailored suits from $25.00 to $60.00 $1.00 and $1.50 White Waists—Brand new stuff from the Hundley Bankrupt stock; all prettily trimmed and a wonderful bargain at, only 54* and 74* Silk Waists—s4.oo values-in all colors and varieties in this bankrupt stock <f» t g% a at $1.64 Undermuslins—Women's and children's garments of every kind; $1.00 np to $5.00 values at an average of less than half price, at 64* to $2.44 Ladies' Silk Dresses—sl2.so values; light colors, lace trimmed; new summer styles; Bankrupt Sale price $6.84 $5.00 Silk Petticoats—All colors and black at.52.44 Boys' 35c Blouses—All colors and sizes 24* 35c to 50c values in fancy collars, stocks and jabots; Bankrupt Sale price, only 14* Up to 50c Veiling—A big assortment in colors and black at the Bankrupt Sale price of, yard 15* Straw Hats 55c Flexible straw hats in good shapes; Bankrupt bargain at 55* Cotton Goods Snaps Apron Check Ginghams—Yard ...4* Plain Chambray— 12c value?, all shades, yard............ .8* Indian Head Suiting— Ji>e values, fancy patterns, yard ll* 15c White Cambric Muslin—Yard 10* 10c L. L. Sheeting—Yard ......6* Bleached Muslin—Yard !5* Swiss Curtains—One lot of up to $1.50 values, pair.. . . .59* Percales—One lot of 32 inch goods, yard 0* THE Ladies 9 Neckwear 14c