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PRIZE WINNERS IN THE 50-CENT DINNER GONIEST Little Girl, Who Takes Care of Family, Gives Good Menu —List of the Winners and Menus. In Judging the menus The Press contest editor faithfully tried to keep to market prices. Some who have answereder were blessed with gardens of their own and poultry. The editor could not consider these, as they have an 'unfair advantage over the housekeepers wrestling with the market prices. Others in clined toward "stinting," as one box of strawberries for four, or vegetable soup and crackers for 2 cents. The best meal, wholesome and nourishing, was arranged by a lit te girl 1 years old. She hasn't made many frills (and this contest shews one can't) but her dinner is substantial and "enough." FIRST PRIZE. Contest Editor Spokane Press — ] am sending you a menu for a 50 --cent linner for four people. Pot roast and dumpling $o.l' Mashed potatoes OTi Butter 03 Pepper and salt 01 Bread 05 Pie 10 Onions 05 Coffee .- 03 Milk 03 Yours truly. Beulah Ferrell. Sill Browne' street. P. S—l am a girl of -- years. I have been keeping house for my father a year and a half and 1 find this makes a plain, but good dinner for four. SECOND PRIZE. DINNER MENU. Bean Soup. Crackers. Pak» d Potatoes. Codfish Cream. Gravy. Beet Greens. Bread. Cornstarch Pudding. Tea. Beans $0.08 Fish 10 Gravy ..$0.02 Spuds 05 Greens 01 Bread 04 Butter 06 Pudding 10 Condiments 01 Tea 02 Crackers 02 Total $0.50 Miss L. Marget Dugan, 01601 At lantic street. . .. . ~ .. ..... $100 REWARD for the conviction of tbe party or parties claiming to be agents or solicitors of the Parisian Dyeing ft Cleaning Works. 605 First avenue L. A. Lenmann. prop. The Spokane Press, delivered, 25 cents a month. $1.50 'Ramie Linen Suitings 75c A beautiful French woven fabric especially adapted for summer suits, shown in exclusive patterns, 50 inches wide Regular price $1.50. Sale price, a yard 750 These and Many Other Special Summer Stock' ings and Under. wear.Special Prices CHILDREN'S 35c LISLE HOSE In black or white, fine ribbed. Special, a pair.... 17c CHILDREN'S FINE LISLE HOSE in lace or colored silk, embroidered in black, white or tan. 65c stockings, a pair. .490 WOMEN'S $1.25 LISLE UN ION SUITS with umbrella knee; trimmed with linen lace. Special, a suit 98c WOMEN'S FANCY LISLE HOSE, made with-silk boots and fancy colored silk lisle tops in all colors. Values to $1.25; special, a pair 75c Reducing Gar* den Hose Stocks 12c Black Rubber Hose, % Inch size. Sale price, foot. ..8^ 15c Black Rubber Hose, to be sold at, foot 9«* 15c Cotton Covered Garden Hose. Sale price, foot 9<^ 20c Black Hippo Rubber Hose. First quality, very heavy. Sale price, a foot 16^ GARDEN TOOLS. 50c Garden Combinations, hoe and weeder. Sale price... ,35«* $1.00 Spades will sell for. 75** FOURTH FLOOR. Tailored Wash Suits $8.49 We feature one Jot—they are lines rep and rep suits, in tan, ' larender, pink, blue and white. Plaited BklrtM, tailored jackets, come trimmed with buttons and embroidered collar. Values up to $it ■ v Sperfal price, •ark 98.49 BRCONO FLOOR. THIRD PRIZE. VEGETARIAN DINNER. Puree of Hean Soup. New Beets and Beet Greens. Lettuce Salad. Creamed Turnips. Escalloped Potatoes. Bread. muter. Blackcap Raspeberry Pie. Coffee. Cream. Bean soup $0.05 Beets 05 Lettuce salad (To Creamed turnips 05 Escalloped potatoes 05 Pie To Bread nnd butter 05 Coffee and cream 05 Total $0.50 Mrs. G. A. Gardner. 04918 Adams street. FOURTH PRIZE. Breaded pork chops, brown gravy, mashed potatoes, lettuce salad, bread, butter, green apple pie. coffee, cream. Pork chops $0.15 1 egg for breading 02M Stale bread crumbs. Potatoes 01^ Lettuce salad 05 Bread (home made) 05 Butter 05 Green apples ( 1 lb.) 05 Paste for pie 05 Coffee (25ca "> I 02 Cream 04 Mrs, J. A. Breta, E1628 Boone avenue, city. FLAG PRESENTATION CEREMONY PRETTY A delegation from Spokane coun cil No. it. Junior Order United American Mechanics and their fam ilies and a part of the board of con trol of the Children's home met at that institution last Saturday even ing and the order presented the in stitution with a nice flag. While th< flag was being raised the children sang appropriate songs nad all were invited to the kinder garten room, where the children gave a nice little entertainment con sisting of songs, instrumental music ami drills, under the direction of Miss lW'tts, who has charge of the kindergarten there. The presentation speech was made by Zach Stewart in behalf of] the order. This organization was founded in 1&53. is a strictly American organ ization, being composed of those born in the I'nited States or under its flag, and -one of its principles is the protection of our flag and the placing of one on every public school building. Satisfaction or Your Money Back. POST STREET AND MAIN AVENUE OFFERINGS for WEBNESDA V WOMEN'S 50c SILK LISLE HOSE in all colors. Made with double soles, high spliced heels and toes. Very elastic tops. Special, a pair 290 WOMEN'S 50c FANCY LISLE VESTS with lace yokes. Special for Wednesday 3 for $1.00 WOMEN'S 65c LISLE PANTS in the extra large sizes. Made with tape or French band tops, tight or lace trimmed umbrella knee. Special, a pair 490 FIRST FLOOR. For Wed. These Crockery Values 50c Water ,lngs. in tulip pattern, special 350 50c Glass Berry Howls for 25< BL¥E COFFEE CUPS AND SAUCERS—An extra special offer ing—while they last, cup and saucer for 9<* BLUE CHINA PLATES to match, each 9<> COVERED TUREENS, worth $1.00. Special, each 50c 50c Platters, with gold border; while they last 15<^ SODA TUMBLERS. Specla'. each s«* $1.(5 TEA KETTLES of Rochester nickel ware. Special, each f1.25 90c SEWING BASKETS, with cover. Special, each 50^ 15c SEWING BASKETS. Special, each 5^ 25c REED SHOPPING BAGS for 16«* FOURTH FLOOR. 3 Lots White Waists on Sale LOT ONE—SI.OO WHITE WAISTS, 59c. Two hundred dainty white lawn waists, embroidered and lace trimmed. Open in front or back and all are the usual splendid $1 value waists found at The Palace. LOT TWO—sl.so AND $1.75 WHITE WAISTS, 89c. AN lngerie Bfylee, trimmed with fine lace and embroidered in medallions and eyelet effect, have bishop sleeves and round lace yokes. LOT THREE—S2.OO AND $2.25 WHITE WAIST, $1.29. Lingerie and tailored waists in dozens of pretty summer styles. $2.00 and $2.25 waists. WILL THE OLD "GANG" BEAT J. S. PHILLIPS? Allan R. Scott, for two terms county engineer, has announced his candidacy for county commissioner, in opposition to Commissioner J. S. Phillips. Scott has made a good record in the county engineer's office, but under the law Is not eligible to re election. He contemplated making the race for the commissionership early in the spring, but later con cluded not to run. A week or 10 days ago the bee again began buzz- J ing and in response therto. and the j demands of his friends, Mr. Scott announced his candidacy. Allan Scott has lived in Spokane county since 1883. He was first elected county engineer in 1906 and again in 1908. CONT I N U E D gR O M PAGE, ONE 24 DEATHS following the fight returns < from Reno. Reports from < northern Louisiana tell of 4 many persons injured in riots. 4 CHICAGO—One negro stab- 4 bed and dying: scores injured; 4 frequent tights in the "black 4 belt. 4 OMAHA—One negro killed 4 and several injured. 4 LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—Two 4 negroes killed, many injured. 4 HOUSTON, Texas—A white 4 man was stabbed by a negro 4 nnd then killed his assailant, 4 Several negroes attacked and 4 beaten. 4 FORTH WORTH. Tex. — 4 Two negresses attack white 4 woman and beat her fatally 4 with beer bottles. 4 AUGUSTA, Ga.—Riots re- 4 ported in southern Georgia. 4 Three negroes killed, many in- 4 jured. LITTLE ROCK. Ark.—Two 4 negroes killed, many injured. 4 MOUNDS, 111—Negro con- 4 stable killed by negroes whom 4 he was attempting to arrest 4 for "shooting up the town" in 4 celebration of Johnson's vie- 4 tory. 4 (By United Press.) WASHINGTON, July 5.— Rioting in which several thousand negroes and whites ' (Continued on page six.) ! participated, continued throughout the night here. Every available policeman in Washington is on duty to day, and it is possible that federal troops may be order ed into the national capital to restore order. The fighting was continu WHITE INDIA LINON. Five grades of this delightful snow white summer fabric on sale tomorrow. The lower priced grades are 27 and 30 inches in width; the others measure 32 inches. 15c India Linon, a yard lIC 20c India Linon, a yard 15C 25c India Linon, a yard 19** 30c India Linon, a yard 230 35c India Linon, a yard 25< FIRST FLOOR. THE: SPOKANE PRESS I How large a hand, if any, the old) county ring may have had in bring*-' ing out Mr. Scott against Joe Phil lips is not known. It is known, however, that the old gang have been casting around for weeks for someone to run against Phillips. If the gang succeeds In beating Phil lips and electing another man in the other district in sympathy with their ideals, a victory will have been scored by them, whether they get back into the saddle or not. The ring knows that it is useless to run a weak man against Phillips, hence the candidacy of Allan Scott affords them much joy. Phillips has been endorsed by the unanimous vote of the township organization. ous along Pennsylvania ave nue between the capitol and the white house. The negroes are wild with enthusiasm and their hoisterousness in creased, as the evening wore an. Attacks were made upon white men in their homes by negroes, joy-maddened at the beating of Jef fries by Johnson. NEGRESSES BEAT WHITE WOMAN. Three negresses entered the home of white women, dragged them to the streets and beat and tore their clothing from them be fore a mob of howling blacks. A fierce riot followed, when police and white,men rescued the women. Hundreds of drunken negroes proceeded through the streets ma king night hideous with their cries. Police, who had been reinforced by reserves, attempted to quiet them, and the result invariably was a conflict in which one or more persons were seriously injured. Two white men, stabbed by ne groes, are dying in a hospital. At least 200 blacks are under arrest and more than 30 white men are in Jail. The hospitals are filled with wounded negroes and several whites. The negro quarters are being pa trolled by large detachments of police, but daylight brought little cessation of the celebration of the victory of a black man over a white, and further trouble is pre dicted, i The black population of Washing- < ton numbers 100,000. and the indi-. cations today were that a great ma-' jority were hilariously and uncon trollably drunk. EIGHT NEGROES KILLED. ST. LOUIS, July 6.—Reports from southwestern points Indicate that eight negroes were killed and scores injured, four fatally, in riots following the defeat of Jeffries by Johnson. The negroes had planned a celebration here today, but the authorities interfered and the plans were cancelled. Negroes have been cautioned against assembling In the straeta. Imported Shan* tung Silk 69c Medium weight, splendid quality imported shantung silk in the nat ural pongee shade, 26 inches wide and at other times sells for $1.00. Special price, a yard 69^ Wash Goods*** Splendid Values SECO SILK in plain shades, prettily dotted. A light silken fabric for summer waists, worth 50c. Special, a yard 29c 60c SECO SILK iv foulard ef fect, variety of clever and pretty designs in almost all colors. Special, a yard 35< SERPENTINE CREPE, 30 inches wide, in (/lain and fancy effect. Special, a yard 20<* 20c SCOTCH GINGHAM, 32 inches wide, shown in plain checks and stripes. Special, a yard 10<^ APRON GINOHAM, 27 inches wide, in blue, green, brown and black checks.... s<> Bamboo Porch Shades Solid comfort behind a bam boo porch shade; they keep out the sun and permit the cool breeze to enter. Three lots of these perfectly equipped shades on sale tomorrow — $2.50 porch shades, CxS feet In size, for SI.SO $3.00 porch shades, SxS feet in size, for S^.OO $4.50 porch shades, Bxlo feet In size, for SJS.SO FOURTH FLOOR. $7.00 Silk Petti* coats $4.95 These are made of a soft, lus trous chiffon taffeta silk and are shown In all fashionable shades. Are tailored and cut real full. These $6.50 and $7.50 petticoats tomorrow, each $-4.95 SECOND FLOOR. Theater^ p WASHINGTON — The splendid .art of Mr. Henry Lee, the American actor making his first Spokane ap pearance this week at the Washing ton, is creating something of a fur ore among those who admire the finished work of the legitimate art ist. Mr. Lee presents a series of character studies in the "Speaking Likenesses of Great Men, Past and Present." His repertoire is an ex tensive one and he has reproduced so far such interesting types as the Generals Grant and Lee, Pope Leo, George Washington, Mark Twain and Theodore Roosevelt. With each study he tells a timely story or of fers the dramatic speech for which that Individual character is best known to fame. ORPHEUM—No bill at the Or pheum this summer has excelled the one of the present week, which contains seven acts ,any one of which might well be a feature. The Four Fords, with the prettiest and daintiest dancing act ever staged here, are popular headliners, while Jack MeGreevy and his wife in a "rube" act are a riot. They hand out the farmer dope in an original style, which makes good from the start. STRYCHNINE IN SALTB CAUSED GIRL'S DEATH An autopsy was held on the body of little Florence Beaty, the 10 --ye- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Beaty of 0811 Cedar, who was fa tally poisoned last Wednesday night, by Dr. Pope yesterday, and it was found that strychnine in the Epsom salts had caused her death. The district attorney's office will not state what they intend to do in the matter. STOCK MARKET (Furnished by Walter J. Nichdlla & Company.) NEW YORK. July s.—Summary— Amerloans In London strong;, '4 to 1 above parity. London market strong throughout holidays. Death of Chief Justice Fuller may postpone any con sideration of TODS.CCO, Standard Oil ami corporation tax oases until sen ate approves of new Judge appoint ed. Estimated T. T nited States Steel should show 6 per cent on common with operation of only 60 per out icapacity. Idle freight cars fortnight ending June 22d, 122,915, decrease ' 3582 from previous figures. Twelve Industrials advance .46 per cent. Four ,active rails advance .46 per cent. Closing prices on the Spokane stock exchange July 5: Bid. Asked. Alameda 02% .05 ■■>\ WIR;nB4s .ZZ hro htn hmhmt American CommfCnder .01 .04 Anchor 05 ißlack Ilorso 24 .40 | C. Copper 4.50 6.0il Bullion .05 Caledonia 1.29 Copper King 04 Hecla 1,49 2.69 Efolden O. A C 02 .05 Humming Bird 08 ... Hypotheek 07% .08 X Idnho Smelter 04 International C&C. . .62 .66 lntei state 15 .2o Idora 0 2 74 .03 U Lucky Calumet 03% .06 I Missoula Copper 02 .04 ] Monitor 07 .08 % Marsh 56 .68 Nabob 04 .05 North Franklin 03% Oom Paul 03 .05 Portland Canal 82 .38 Rambler-Cariboo 23 .26 Rex 04% Snowshoe 02 .05 Snowstorm 55 .65 Stewart 65 .65 Tarn. & dies 39 .89 MISCELLANEOUS. Big Elk 01 V 4 .02% Cedar Creek 06 Gertie 01 .02 Happy Day 01 % .02 Idaho Giant 01 >4 .03 Mineral Farm 01 .02 Moonlight 02 sPark Copper 00% .01% Wonder. 01% .02 V*. MARKET BASKET PRODUCE. Bent fresh ranch eggs, 30c per eastern eggs, selected. 20®25c per dozen; best local creamery butter, 35® 40c per pound, second grade local butter, 40c eastern butter, 35c; local flour, $email@example.com sack of 4!i local 'lour, $I.3sfi> 1.76 sack of 49 $1.75; lard, 19®20c pound; com pound, 18c, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Potatoes, new, $1.50 sack; cabbage. 5c lb; turnips, carrots and par snips. 3c lb.; oranges, 35fit60c dozen; bananas. 25 ©30c dozen; apples, $l<!i2 box; figs and dates. 12V40 package; strawberries, 10c a box; asparagus, 12Vic per lb., tomatoes, 15c lb.; green peas, 10c per lb„ string beans, 10c lb.; parsley, 5c bunch, MEATS. Boast beef, 20c; chuck steak 12V„.e; round steak, lSVs®l6e, loin 15c; porterhouse, 20c; pork chops! 2»c; roast, 15c to 18c; ham. 25c'; bacuii, 21 _ 23c; dressed hens, 22c. FEED. Wholesale—Alfalfa, $18 ton; timo thy, $25; straw, $10; wheat hay, $20; oat hay, $20; bran and shorts. $23 straight bran. $22; straight shorts, $26; corn, whole, $1.60 cwt; corn, cracked. $1.70; feeding wheat, $1.50 cwt; oats, $2S ton; barley, $25 ton' steam rolled oats, $30 ton;' flour, best grade, $5.75 barrel; second, $6.25 a 5 50; cheap flour, $4.50. 9 FUEL. Pine wood, $2 50 rick, $5.50 cord; fir and tamarack. $2.75 rick, $6 50 cord; Hock Springs, $8.50; Monarch Carney coals. $5.50 ton; British Col umbia coals, $6.60® 8.60; steam coal, $16.60. The Best is None Too Good | Come to NATATORIUM PARK The Ideal Family Resort. A Pleasure Spot. Right in the City. Enjoy the New Plunge. Everything for Your Amuse ment and Pleasure. Hear the Free Band Con certs, Both Afternoon and Evening. No Dirt. No Dust. Just a Clean, Cool Place to Spend a Few Hours. LIBERATTI'S ROYAL ITALIAN BAND WITHIN TWO WEEKS C O NTI NUCD r r o «■ PAGE. ONE, NOT MUCH through his failing to reach the con dition he enjoyed before his retire ment. NO SAFFRON STREAK. "I also knew that the people who claimed that I had a 'yellow streak' and that I would run from the ring as soon as I saw Jeffries were badly off in their conclusions. I have never been afraid of an opponent since I learned how to box, and I must say that it amused me to hear people say that it was because I was afraid that I failed to win by a knockout in many of my fights with men who could not box as well as I could. "I fight to win all the time, and I don't attempt to knock a man's head off if I think it is going to give him a chance to land on me. In Monday's contest I knew as early as the fourth round that I had the battle won, but I did not get care -1 less. I boxed as carefully after I saw that Jeffries was weakening as I did at the commencement of the fight. 1 fight my own way, and as long as it is a winning one it suits Jack Johnson. THE FINAL BLOW. "The blow that ended the fight was a right to the jaw, but the right was only a follower to the left cross that caught Jeffries on the jaw. He was hard hit by the first blow, and when the second one landed an iv- ALL WEEK TONIGHT The Lawrence Stock Com pany in The Clansman By Thomas Dixon, Jr. The Sensation of the Age. Popular prices. Usual Sat urday matinee. Next Week—The Love Route The World's Greatest Dancing Quartet 4—rOU» FORDS —4 Real Brothers and Sisters. The Intensely Dramatic Sketch, "WORKING THE THIRD DEGREE" Interpreted by a Company of Unusual Excellence. MR. AND MRS. JACK McGREEVY "The Eccentric Fiddler aud the Coun try Maid." GRANVILLE AND ROGERS "THE ODD FELLOWS" Songs and Laughter Without a Story. JOSIE HEATHER The Painty English Comedienne, Di rect from the London Halls. Ed—FENNELL AND TYSON—X>ena Presenting Their College Frivolity, "THE SOPH AND THE FRESHIE" VALENTINE DOOLEY ft 00. South American Cyclists. ORPHEUM PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA SPECIAL FIGHT RETURNS JEFFRIES-JOHNSON READ FROM STAGE FOURTH OF JULY MATINEE l^antages «■» T H E AT E, R E. C. Walker, Mgr. Engagement Extraordinary, "ARIZONA JOE" witli his EIGHT COWPUNCHERS AND THREE BRONCHOS Presenting "A.GLIMPSE OP PRAIRIE LIFE" The cast Includes the Champion Lady Bough Rider, Champion Lariat Thrower, Cowboy Quartet and Un rldeable Ponies, MAXINE ft BOBBY With Their <'lever Canine Assistant. XRESKO AND FOX •'Prattling Pals" THOMAS AND RYAN Singing and Dancing JOHNSON AND ROWLAND "The Professor and the Maid" THIS WEEK The Zenith of High Class Vaudeville. The Greatest of All Musical-Spectac ular Creations TIM MCMAHON'S PULLMAN PORTER MAIDS With Hod (Cork) Morton. FIRST VAUDEVILLE APPEAR ANCE IN SPOKANE, "THK SENSA TION OF I'OI R CONTINENTS," "The American Actor" MB. HENRY LBS AIiICE MORTLOCK AMD COMPANY In THK OTHER WOMAN." "The Nimble Collegian" GEORUE O'MALLEY Uff HOFFMAN Juggling Eccentrique Ex traord 1 nary MUSICAL IRVING) Classlque Selections and Mirthful Anecdotes. HEW MOVIKU PICTURES COMPLETE ORCHESTRA Pally Mallinis. 2:10: 1 Cc. Two ■howa nightly, :•:!« and H:ls. Admi.i siuii. Iss and 25c. stant later he had to go down. One of the many things that are said by the people who cannot bring them selves to acknowledge that I am any good as a fighter is that I have no punch. Well, I think this exhibi tion of punching should send that story to the waste basket along with the 'yellow streak' fable. "I had a lot of fun with Jim Cor bett while the fight was going on. Corbett is one of the men who thinks he can outbox me and also that I am lacking in courage. He shouted to Jeffries: 'He will show the yellow soon.' I answered over Jeffries' shoulder, 'Well, he made you show one, and if he makes me quit, I'll come out and get you. That, will make us even.' "I felt in fine shape Monday, and T was pleased to find that what I had said about my being as strong as Jeffries was true. I think I was a good deal stronger, even at the start." CLASSIFIED RATES One time rate Bo per tine Three time rate 4c per line Special rates by the month. Minimum charge for single ad 10 cents. Call up Main 375. Wanted—Ladles and gins to have their stamping done and take free lessons In embroidery at the Art Store, 928 Riverside. AL E Xvanted, young men'To^quaTlf ply for government positions as forest rangers and railway mail clerks; examinations soon. Informa tion free. Preparatory Civil Service Bureau, 425 Rookery. Teams wanted to haul wood. Inter national Fuel Co. Phone Max. 71. Wanted—A live boy, 16 years or over, to carry good paying down town route; must be n live one. Apply "A," Circulator, The Cress, 116 Division street. SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe Reliable woman with a little hoy 5 years old, wants day work. Main 7113. The Dorman Hotel, Room 48. WORK WANTED O. O- D. Repair Works—All kinds re pairing; stoves, furniture, musical Instruments; carpet and linoleum laid; shades hung; picture framing, etc.; work guaranteed. 1028 River side, _ Main 8749. _____ ______ BUILDING CONTRACTOR 4-room houae t)uiit for $600.00; foun dation and plastered. Phone M. fiU 'ti-Y. M. Wise, 710 N. Napa St. Al carpenter wants Job as a con struction foreman or finisher In or out of city. Call Glenwood 1049-J. COHTRACTXNO BBICX_AYXB3 and cement workers; also country work; all kinds of small Jobs. Tel. Main 3221. SCREENS TO^C^DER^^ Bcreen doors and windows made, and put up complete. Phone us. We r M for order. Free delivery. Prompt lervlce. Max. 2002 Y. Shop 2002 Indiana aye. W. A. Robinson. Prop. HIDES AND JUNK Division Junk Co.—Dealers In all kinds of junk and tools. 10 Main. Phone Main 2100. Dealers in Junk and hides. Kahn 4k Falk Co.. 10-12-14 East Main. Main 6474. CLEANING AND PRESSING French dry cleaning and dyeing. Ladles' woik a specialty. Gents' suits sponged and pressed. Plrst class work; troderate prices. City of Paris Dye Works, 222 Rlveiaide. Main SS2S. Economy Dye Works, French dry cleaners; quick service; best work; lowest prices. Main 2561. 1701 Main aye., E2O Sprague aye. Ladles' and gents' clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired. 1026 First Main 1210. FOR SALE—CITY REAL ESTATE M. W. Xl MM CO., tine.) "Hoinebulldere" MAIN 7424 887-8 PEYTON If you own a lot km will build you a liome; terms to suit; plans nam specifications free. Phone M. 1398. We are now In our new office, S7 Stevens street, and are ready for business. We will welcome our old customers as well as new. JOHNSON & JOHNSON S7 Stevens St. Phone M. 1594. Three lots; the best corner In this part of the city; one block to Astor car. Price 11,000 for all. Partner Pros., tios Paulsen. Main 928. Sco Falrchlld & Marsh for real estate In Lldgcrwood addition. Take Lld gerwood car. Call at K230 Liberty aye.. or phone 958. REAL ESTATE WANTED We have many buyers call ing daily for both city and farm property. All wide awake people deal with the No Commission Realty Advertising Co., 310 Eagle Block. Phone Alain 7097. _FARMS FOR SALE ~ ~ $2«00 buys one of the bent 80 sere farms in the northern pint of Spo kane county; $500 cash; balance terms, or city property, L. Peters, owner, IMS kuux avenue. ALBERTA LANDS. FREE ITOMESTKAI>S. We can locate you for $1011 on best homestead and preempt ion in province of Alberta. See us at once. SPARKS BROS 14 Bernard St. Phone Alain 1947. Must Sell Immediately at half price, 10 acre Arcadia tract, with water right, J1400; good terms. Bldg. FOR RENT—ROOMS & HOUSES Nice, light outside furnished rooms in modern aiuirtments; close In; $2.00 week. Wllß Fourth. INDEPENDENT RAPID TRANSFER El 06 Sprague. Aye. Phone, Main 488. Moving, storing, packing and shipping ror Rent —A »lx room modern house, oIOM to North Central high school; 122.50. Inquire wis- Indiana. 4 moms row hOUM with kitchen, gulden, oi. ur Hiu'. Alain 4ouj J. TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1910. ROOMS AND BOARD. Kxcellent board and rooms, table board. Max. 1616, party J, 01101 Cedar. . HOTELS AND LODGING HOUSES Furniture of rooming house. 9 rooms, on Walnut, near Third, cheap. Phone M. 8109, party Y. HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 3 Two and three room completely fur nished apartments. Summer rate. Inquire 01423% ABh. M;ix. 824. Cheapest single and housekeeping rooms In town. 1027% Second; Phone 2585, party R. Clean, outside rooms; nicely furnish ed. Inquire W1303 Second aye. Oxford; housekeeping and sleeping rooms, $10 to $15 per month. 191% 8. Monroe street. Main »4RO. IMPORTED MACARONI Nick Nuce curries all sizes and va rieties of Imported macaroni; also all varieties of Imported canned goods. 223 Bernard st. ATTORNEYB Samuel T. Crane, lawyer. 410 Colum bla building. Phone. Main 9592. Cooper & Co., collections, 410 Colum bia Phone. »«BI RANTS. Don't worry ahout that Sim day dinner. Chicken Vh ner with ioe cream served for 25c at Pure Food Cafe,, 23 Riverside. Special Prime Rib of Beef lunch every day, 25 cents, American Cafe. 126 Stevens. MANICURING AND MASSAGE Miss Wllhelm, manicurist, 201 Nich ols Riverside. Phone 7)38. MESSENGER BERVICE ' STAB MESSENGER SERVICE Once used, always used. Main 465. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE The Sam Crow Houßefurnlshlng Co. will take your old furniture In ex change for new. Ooods sold on In* •Ualment. Main 2494. 225-227 Riverside. $68.00— Peninsular steel range, good ns new, $36.00; $50.00 Jewel steel range, used a short time, $36.00. Mc« Qowan Bros, Hardware Co. For Sale —Grocery stock, North Side, flue location; owner going to Idaho; $900 will handle; come quick. W'llil 1 Sharp. Boat for Bale, cheap. 61210 Rlver ton and Boon* aye. For Sale—l Oil doors, 50 windows, all as good as new; oak, fir, white pine; from 25c to $1.00 each. N3ll Howard, Call 6 p. m. today. T. J. Powell. 1 drop head Garland, $15; 1 drop head Homestead, $10j 1 drop head Davis, $10; 1 box top Singer, $7.50; 1 box top White Hill, $6.00; 1 box top Falcon, $3.00. Col Villa Piano House, 336 Bprague avenue. Wnnted—Second hand blc. cles. C P. Burch. 222 Sprague. Main 810. Good 3200 lb. learn of geldings. 7 years old; first class condition; good wagon and harness; cheap. Terms. Ask for Lee. Hye, Lee & Company l Exchange Bank Building. Phone Alain 83. CRESCENT FURNITURE CQ,-Fur niture, rugs and linoleums, up holstering, furniture repairing, cab inet work; goods packed, etc.; goods called for and delivered. Phone, Main 1967. 1111 First avenue. FURNITURE, RUGS AND PIANOS. Choice, Clean New Goods. LOWEST PRICES IN BPOKANC 112-114 SO. LINCOLN BT. One 120 gal. galvanized tank and stand $12.50. One 3 oven French ran go, $12.60. Phone M. 2415. Call 20 Main aye. Wanted to sell —100 second-hand bi cycles; good as now; old ones taken In trade. O. P. Burch, 226 Sprague. Safe —Cheap 407 First aye. Phone Main 1020. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FUEL Valley Wood „ Cos.. Tard. Phone. Main 2988. W F. Hold, prop. All kinds of dry Reasoned wood delivered to all parts of tho elty. Pull meas ure; prompt delivery. E2* Front av enue, Spokane, Wusn. Internationa: Fuel Co.—Wood and coal; lama rack. $8.26; pine. $6.28; delivered. Maxwell 71. Johnston Wood Yard for cine or tamarack. 1015 Cora. Maxwell 414. SECOND HAND GOODS A. L Johnson, dealer In new and sec ond hand household goods and tools. 10 Main live. Main 2100. Highest price paid for second hnndl furniture and oast off clothing. Mala 4049. 1020 First aye. McPrldi Co., 0809 Monroe, handles all kinds of furniture; buys a.id sella. Phone. Maxwell 871. If you want to Dur <ft sell furniture call J. A. lllndman. Main 4*Bl. 338 Post street. I will pay highest prices for your second band clothing. M. 7247. PATENTS 1 can save you time nnd money on your patents. 11. E. Smith, soltoi tor of U. 8. or foreign patents, caveats, trademarks, drawings. (IS Jumieson bldg. Phone. Main 1120 for appointments evenings. WOOD SAWING. Amundsen, wood saw Ins; reasonable charges. Main 7073-V. Ell 7 Third. HORSE SHOEING. Charles Btaley, .'ae.rio avenue and Bernard stre ' NATUROPATHY AND CHIROV*' PRACTIC Femalo troubles, rbetimatlsm, consti pation, nervousness and all other chronic disease! OUred without drugs or knife. Consultation free. Dr. \V. F. Qrover. 520 Alohawk Hlk Al. 3*72^ PRIVATE SAN IT AH 1U M Human oven and electrical wator bathe; electric massage and vibra tion; bent cure Known for rheumatism nd ull chronic ailments. Burgund's sanitarium, 4 20,4 Riverside, dreen Block. M. 531 H. BPE^ALJNOTICEB 5000 shares of Poeur d'Aiene Stand ard, loon shares of Burke Alining Co., 10 share! of Automatic Switch Co. I hereby warn you nut to huy the above named stock, which 1 lost. UuMuf Wolf.