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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1910.
BIG CANNONDALE MEETING TONIGHT All residents of the Cannondale section, who have been cut off from the water aupply, are requested to attend a special meeting to be held this evening at the Cannondale school house. ALL SUSPICIOUS OF THEIR NEIGHBORS (By United Preas Leaaed Wire) NARRAGANSETT PIER, L. L, Sept. 7. —Acting on the belief that the daring burglar who has robbed many of the "cottages" within the last few weeks la a member of their own coterie, the majority of sum mer visitors here have turned de tective. Kveryone looks suspiciously at everyone. The fact that only a penMjn with intimate knowledge of fJThomes, possessions and habits OTTO ft victims could have so suc cessrully robbed the cottages indi cates strongly that the summer res idents are correct in their surmise that one of their number has turned their. The burglar seemingly knew exactly where to look for valuables and he or she always overlooked all spurious Jewelry. LIVED FOUR MONTHS ON RAW FLESH (By United Press Leased Wire) HONOLULU, Sept. 7.—After subsisting for four months on raw flour and flesh, Kalau Ka alTiue, 14, a Hawaiian, was res cued last night from the bar ren island of Kahoolawe. For companions the boy had only goats which he had been left to tend by companions, who sailed away In a boat and then failed to return for him. The boy was without fire all the time he spent on the island. Many times boats passed almost within hailing distance, but his signals were unheeded and because of the sharks that infest the neighborhood he was afraid to venture swimming out lnto v their path. A Japanese fishing" ssmpan finally took him off. ♦ NOVEL ROMANCE LATE IN LIFE ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ KENTON, 0., Sept. 7.—The ♦ re-marriage of Phillip Carr. 74, ♦ ♦ to his former wife, who is 68, ♦ ♦ has unfolded a life story that ♦ ♦ reads like a novel. Carr an- ♦ ♦ Bwered Lincoln's call to arms ♦ ♦ in 1862, leaving his girl wife ♦ ♦ and babe. His letters home ♦ ♦ ceased shortly afterward, ow- ♦ ♦ ing to the raiding of the mails. ♦ ♦ The young wife, thinking her- ♦ ♦ self deserted, ohtlaned a dl- ♦ ♦ voire and re-married, going ♦ ♦ east from here. The young ♦ ♦ husband, returning home, be- ♦ ♦ lieviiiK himself betrayed, also ♦ ♦ remarried. Her husband and ♦ ♦ his wife, in course of time. ♦ ♦ died, and she returned to her ♦ ♦ ehildhod home recently. Ex- ♦ ♦ pliinations culminated in their ♦ ♦ second marriage. ♦ Fire loss in the United States for the last 33 years was $4,000,000. When You Want a Trunk Grip or Suit Case of Superior Quality Remember, the Spokane Trunk & Grip Co. is the place you are looking for, aa there you will find good dependable goods at right prices—goods that are made hero in Spokane of the best materials that be purchased. You wirralso find a complete lino of novelties at the WE'RE ALL RUNNING FOR CONGRESS MRS. KATE RICHARDS O'HARE, CONGRESS IN KANSAS, WT KANSAS CITY, Kan.,' Sept. 6.— "The chair recognizes the lady from Kansas." Will Joke Annon's successor as speaker of the next house at Wash ington speak those words when Congresswonian Kate Richards O'Hare arises in her place to ad dress that august assembly? He surely will—if the voters of the second congressional district of Kansas indorse the nomination re cently made by the socialist party. And they might do a whole lot worse. Mrs. O'Hare is already campaign ing and has mapped out a strenu ous round of practical political work, right up to election day, stumping the entire district and ending with a whirlwind tour of the principal points. She will get more votes than ever were polled before by a mem ber of her party in the second. Friends and neighbors are her en thusiastic supporters. The corner grocer, the butcher, the druggist and the milkman are pledged to her CITY HOUSEWIVES TURN WASTE CREAM AND MILK INTO BUTTER Here's a churn devised for the thrifty housewife in a city flat, providing an easy means to use up the odds and ends of cream .and milk that are frequently wasted. It is made In sizes similar to one, two und four-quart fruit jars. Long before Its invention some ingenious city women had devised ways of their own to accomplish the same object. One woman reg until she had a fruit jar half full, ulaily saved the cream and milk then spent a few minutes shaking it, and produced a nice ball of but ter. Her family did not eat a heavy meat breakfast, but liked good, thick cream for the dish of cereal. A jar of cream every morning was not a luxury with them, but a neces sity, and cost no more than a meat breakfast, besides providing as much nourishment. Some cream was left, regularly—more than could be used in the occasional pan of biscuits or muffins. The happy thought of the housewife resulted in a considerable saving on the but ter bill. Another woman, with the same Inspiration, attached a fruit Jar containing the Hour cream to the driving bar of her sewing machine, by meuns of a heavy wire, saving the strenuous hand-shaking by a little easy footwork. Since the Introduction of the churn Illustrated herewith many women living in cities have taken to making their own butter entire ly, for though cream is costly in the city, butter Is also expensive, and The Spokan Press, silvered, for 25 Cent* a Month. SOCIALIST CANDIDATE FOR rH HER FOUR CHILDREN. support. The novelty of a woman • congressman seem to take with many men. Mr. O'Hare, husband of "the lady from Kansas," isn't taking an ac tive part in the campaign, but he will vote for her and is in thorough accord with her ideas. Both have been socialists for years. They met in a socialist school at Girard, Kas., and for a honeymoon toured the east, lecturing on socialism. Mrs. O'Hare is tall and slender, mother of four children, and a good housekeeper. She makes all the children's clothes nnd her biscuits have a reputatiton. Gossipy enough to be human and womanly, she has a keen Intellect which made the late Mark llanna think her one of the brightest women he had ever met. She was born on a Kansas ranch, can ride a broucho, shoot straight, and speak well in public. She has been school teacher, social worker and "union man" —with a machinist's card issued by the au thority of the National Association of Machinists, after she had earned it by due apprenticeship. it is especially hard to secure regu larly tho sweet, unsalted butter which many people have learned to prefer. NO MORE INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA OR SOUR, GASSY, UPSET STOMACH Every year regularly more than a million stomach Batterers la the United States. England and Canada lake Pape's Diupepsin and realize not only Immediate but lusting re lief. This harmles preparation will di gest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out of order stom ach five minutes afterwards. If your meals don't fit comfort ably, or what you eat lays like a lump of lead in your stomach, or If you have heartburn, that Is a sign of Indigestion. Get from your Pharmacist a 50 cent case of Pape's Dlapepsln and take a dose just as soon as you cau. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food I Will Help You to Health, Good Figure Rested Nerves By assisting nature in a scientific manner. It is to my thorough knowledge of anatomy, physiology and health principles that I attribute my marvelous suc cess. I have helped hundreds of women. I can help you. I can make every vital organ and nerve do efficient work, thus clearing tho complexion and correcting such ailments as Constipation Stomach Trouble Weak Nerves Rheumatism Sleeplessness Heart Disease Liver and Kidney Trouble Consult Dr. J. Edward Lydon Mechano Therapist 310 311 Auditorium Building. THE SPOKirtNE PRESS CONSERVATION CONGRESS AN UPHEAVAL OF THE PEOPLE (Special Staff Correspondent.) ST. PAUL, Sept. 7.—The split in the national conservation congress between the men who represent the people and the men who repre sent the interests is growing wider. Today it became clear that the conservation congress is an up heaval of the people against offi cials who do not serve the interests of the people. J. B. White of Kansas City, Mo., carried the banner of the progres sives, and spoke as plainly as did Theo. Roosevelt in his address of Tuesday. Roosevelt's warning against the spies and spokesman of the inter ests, who are hidden in the lists of delegates, and who will take the floor at every opportunity to speak in behalf of their masters, was re peated, by White. White, as he spoke, knew that before him, in the vast audience, with delegates' badges pinned to their breasts, were men who would willingly de liver over to the interests the en tire congress, and mislead the peo ple of the, entire country, if that were possible. "Why should a great congress of our people meet here, when we have a legal congress in Washing ton, representing every district of this broad land?" he asked. "The answer is that this assemblage rep resents a popular Upheaval of pub lic opinion. It is animated by men who have the welfare of this nation at heart. Some of them may be right and some may be wrong. We THE PEOPLE'S FORESTS ARE NOW NATIONAL PLAYGROUNDS WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept. 7.— Refore the year's outing season Is over nearly 500,000 persons will have sought recreation and health In the national forests of the Unit ed States. The total last year was 400,775. With the finest mountain scenery and much of the best fish ing and big game hunting in the United States, the national forests, made more and more accessible each year through protection and development by the government, are fast becoming great national playgrounds for the people. The use of the forests for recre ation Is as yet in its beginning, but is growing steadily and rapidly— in some of the forests at the rate of a hundred per cent per annum. The day seems not far distant when a million persons will annu ally visit them. The records show that the sea sonal use of the forests runs from two months in a Colorado forest, such as the Routt, to 12 months in an Alaskan,, such as the Tongass. But the uses differ. In Colorado the 2000 visitors entered the froest to fish, to camp, to climb, and to drink the medicinal waters; in Alaska the 1000 almost solely to hunt and fish. The 21,000 persons who went into the Coconino forest. Arizona, during nine months, went to camp or to enjoy the scenery. During forrr months 50,000 persons visited the Angeles, California. The most popular of forests is mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea, Debilitat ing Headaches. Dizziness or Intes tinal griping. This will all go. and besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure for out of order stomachs, because it takes hold of your food and di gests it just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stomach misery is waiting for you at any drugstore. These large 50 cent cases contain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure almost any case of Dyspepsia. Indigestion or any other stomach disorder. Women! BY W. G. SHEPHERD. axe here to sift the chaff from the grain. "It Is the people Instead of poli ticians who should be most in evi dence at this congress, for all great reforms spring from the minds and hearts of a dissatisfied people. Sometimes relief comes from an armed and sometimes from a peace ful revolution. "In a crisis like this, some one man looms as a leader up above his fellows, from the sea of unrest, willing to endure the vituperation and scorn and sacrafice himself for the people. History will say that he was many years ahead of his time. I warn you against fictitious issues that are developed for the dear people by slick politicians." Before the water power and other Interests attempted to "pack" the congress with misled western gov ernors and others to cry "states right conservation," White, who is chairman of the executive commit tee of the national conservation congress, prepared a mild speech, and gave it to the press. He with drew it, however, as soon as the conservationists discovered that "states rights" was the slogan of the Interests, and substituted the stirring address which he delivered today. J. J. Hill, whose Great Northern road is seeking water power rights, and whose son, Louis Hill, president of the Great Northern, took a leading part in "packing" the congress, was one of the speakers on t.oday'B program, being scheduled to follow Mr. White. the Pike, containing the famous peak of that name. The various at tractions within its limits, includ ing the scenic railway, drew 100, --000 tourists and others. WOODEN CHAIN NINE FEET LONG Among the interesting curios 1 now planned for the Spokane Interstate fair will be some hand-made articles made by William Headstrom, a hard , wood worker in one of the local mills. With infinite patience and paintsking srt, Mr. Head strom has carved from s piece of hardwood seven feet long, a chain nine feet long, the addi ■ tional apace provided between 2 the links, having inoreased the • original length of the piece of wood two fest; s spinning wheel, a lady's shoe, a email pitcher and other ingeniouely executed bits of handicraft. Auditorium "SfSßStre TONIGHT and Tomorrow Night Charles A. (loonier presents the Musical Comedy Sensation "A Stubborn Cinderella" Lower floor. $1 00 and $1.50; Dalcony, 50c and 75c. T^antages -■•THE AT E, X I. C. Walker, Mgr. Unequalled YauderUie TODAY Aim UL Will ajubova job And His a—Oow Pouohers—a and B—amokiawr aroaskea—3 •—Other Feature*—« Matinees Dally. Matinee Today, Tonight, All Week The Famous Baker Stock Company In John Drew and Billie Burkes Bucceaa, "MY WIFE" Presented for tho First Time In 1 " Stock Matinees, t Prices 25c, 50c, 75c; Sunday and Saturdays, 25c, 50c. Special Wed nesday Matinee, 25c all over. Next Week—"Merely Mary Ann." B WASHINGTON TTTHEATRL "Tin- Eniboiliiiunt <>f Mualoal Kxcel ianca ami Cattle Charm" DAVXBX. J. BVXJ.ITAIT ft 00. 11l U KlllDHllt i<- Ii Ihli Incident "CAPTAIN HAItUV l>uil\ Math Is>'. Twice Nightly. 7:JO anil lie and Nc Theater^ ORPHEUM—WiIIiam Rock and Maude Fulton have one of the most artistic and unique song and dance act in vaudeville today, and as headliners at the Orpheum this week are scoring an immense suc cess. The vareity contained in the act, the fact that it Is entirely orig inal, the grace and the beauty of every feature makes it an act long to be remembered. Maurice Free- man in "Tony and the Stork," pre sents a delfghtful little human in terest playlet and surrounds him self with a capable company. Work and Ower, comedy acrobats, are the best in their line ever seen at the Orpheum, while the Rossow Mid gets in their burlesque boxing match are a whole show in them selves. PANTAGES—WiIIiam R. Abram and Miss Agnes Johnson have a bright little sketch at the Pantages this week entitled "When Hubby Realizes," and they play It cleverly. Miss Johnson is a handsome woman and dresses beautifully. Mr. Abrams is well known in Spokane, having been a popular member of the Jessie Shirley Stock company two seasons here. The sketch has a moral in it for naughty husbands. WASHINGTON.—Is Harry Van Fossen a real minstrel man? He is—he surely is. The way he is making the Washington audiences laugh this week proves that he is a huge hit, and that the Washington patrnos enjoy him every minute he is back of the footlights. Huh? Mr. Van Fossen Is original, and that is always a good, thing for a single handed entertainer. LECTURE ON PALESTINE TONIGHT. Professor L. B. Paton of the Hart ford Theological seminary, will de liver a lecture on "Palestine, Be Tbs Waist Sale How the people responded to the advertisements we printed yesterday! Every woman who came seemed perfectly sure that she would find waists here just as good as we described them, and she did. We sold hundreds of waists, and there are hundreds more to go in this splendid half price sale. $1.50 to $2 Several hundreds of waists in this lot in black and white; chiefly tailored styles, with a smaller variety in trimmed effects. The white ones come in all sizes, from 32 way up to extra sizes from 44 to 50. Choice of this splendid lot of $1.50 to $'2.00 waists at 83f $2.25 to $2.50 Waists, $1.23 A very large number of the strictly tailored styles, plain white and fancy mate rials, laundered collars and cuffs and handsome pearl buttons. Sizes run from 32 up to 44, and the quality of the materials is pure Irish linen and best mercer ized waistings. These $2.25 to $2.50 waists are going at only $1.23 This beautiful lot consists of waists in linen, mercerized madras and in pure Japanese silk. The silk ones come in white and black and the others are in white. All are in stylish tailored effects, right up to date, including some with tailored col lars and cuffs edged with lace. Choice of these $3.00 to $4.00 waists at only $1.93 Phons H. ISM. Perfumes, all odors, per oz 50^ Sachet Powder, all odors per 0z,.. s©e* Face Powder, flesh and white 65* Talcum Powders 25* Dentaluxe Tooth Powder 25* Cucumber Cold Cream 50* Marvelous Cold Cream 50* Cream Sec 50* Liquid Green Soap 50* Eau de Quinine 75* Bay Rum 50* Toilet Waters, assorted odors 75* Men s New Fall Suits $15 All the style of a $20 line aud almost as good qualities as others give you at this price. Just step iv and look over these new suits, and you'll not wonder why we do such an immense business in men's clothes. These fifteen dollar suits of ours come from first class makers. They are in excellent choice of colors and pat terns, and every size is here, at $15.00 Splendidly made suits in every stylish kind and color. Plenty of the new browns and the swell dark blues. Sizes for men and young men; a thflwiand suits to pick from, at $18.00, $30.00, $22.50, $25.00 Hemp & Hebert The People's Store $3 to $4 Waists at $1.93 Hudnut's Toilet Articles Fine Suits at $18 to $23 fore the Hebrew Conquest," tonight at the Unlversalist church, corner Howard and Fifth. Rev. E. L. House of the Westminster church will introduce the speaker. No ad mission will be charged. The lec ture is under the auspices of the Spokane branch of the Archaeologi cal Institute of America. GIRL SAYS FATHER-IN-LAW INDUCED HUSBAND TO LEAVE (By United Press Leased Wire.) TACOMA, Wash., Sept. 7.—Chas. F. Helm, a wealthy restaurant keeper of this city, today begins his fight against the $30,000 aliena tion suit filed against him by the young wife of his son, Mrs. Oscar F. Helm. The girl alleges that her ■ The Best Reasons why yon should use gas for fuel are: The economy, the cleanliness, the saving of labor, the results which are possible only when gas is nsed. Spokane Falls Gas light Co. Center Main and Washington Waists at 93c An extra purchase of black taffeta enables us to offer you the following re ductions in first class, fine, all-silk taf feta, in a bright, beautiful black and all a yard wide: $1.00 Black Taffeta, 36-inch, yd.. ..79* $1.25 Black Taffeta, 36-inch, yd... .94* $1.50 Black Taffeta, 36-inch, yd..51.19 $1.75 Black Taffeta, 36-inch, yd..51.39 Fine variety already in stock; best colors and novelties; low priced here. Per yard 65* to $1.50 husband's father penofttM fctaa tft desert her. She recently became • mother. DAILY MAT&S* EVEKG& 6f» William —atOCTK ft JTUI.TOM ■>•■** In Their Original Pane* Creation*. acAvmxxna nmiw ft 00. In "Tony and tha Stork" The Neapolitans— The Ro»»ow MMU «eta—Work ft Ower—Fred IWprss— Luce ft Luce —Orpheum Orchestra ana Pictures. BlacK Taffeta SilK Sale THE NEW WOOL DRESS GOODS— most