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"I strongly suspect," said the epicurean diner, "that this
sparkling wine Is charged." "Worse than that," replied the man who wa3 paying; "it la overcharged."—Washington Star. REVOLUTION BREWING IN SPAIN (By United Press Leased Wire) MADRID, Via Hendaye, Oct. 25.— Rumors of a secret gathering of ]evolutionary spirits in Spain today are causing the Spanish throne much uneasiness and predictions that Spain is soon to undergo such s crisis as recently was enacted with disastrous results to King Manuel in Portugal are rife. Preparations to meet such an emergency are being quietly made by King Alfonso, who has gathered his advisors about him and any mo ment the revolution is liable to break, according to those who have watched the impending struggle from a disinterested point of view. That the movement in Spain wbs originally planned to he simultane ous with that in Portugal is admit ted by King Alfonso and his cab inet. Only the more rapid develop ment of the republican idea i nPort ugal saved Spain, they believe, and every effort will be made to thwart tbe plans of the Spanish revolution ists, who are encouraged by Portu guese success. Spain's first step to fight the rev olution has been to raise the pay of the army officers. This step was made to offset the overtures to the military made by the revolutionists. The order particularly affects non commissioned officers, as it is this class whose loyalty is most un stable. LARGE CROWD HEARS O'CONNOR That rich Irish humor which is the heritage of the sons of Erin was very much in evidence last night at the Elk's temple where T. P. O'Connor, M. P.. gave a bril liant address before a large audi ence of Spokane's representative citizens. Mr, O'Connor, speaking in the In terest of the IriFli National league, gave an impassioned address on the struggles of the Irish people .or existence and at the end of the meeting a subscription of $2500 was taken up to aid the league in Its work. "Mr.' O'Connor's remarks were re ceived with enthusiasm by the audi ence in general and he was loudly applauded, especially when he told of the gallant fight which lias been made for Irish liberty. ASSAULT WHICH ENDED IN DEATH (By United Press Leased Wlre.l COI.FAX. Wash., Oct. 25.—Geo. Bafus, a well known and wealthy farmer, who has been held here on a charge of murder in the first de free, for the killing of his brother in-law, George Lust, April 16, was allowed to plead guilty to a charge of assault and was fined $500 and costs, which he paid today. Mains quarreled with Lust and struck him over the head with a stick of stove wood, causing a frac ture of the skull. of evidence against Bafus caused Prosecuting Attorney Chamberlain to change the charge. At the inquest the children of Hafus were the chief witnesses, saying their father had killed Lust. MEAT PACKER CASES CONTIN UED TO NOVEMBER (By United Press Leased Wire) CHICAGO. Oct. 25.—Judge K. If. Landis, in the federal court today, continued until November 24, the contempt cases against the officials of the packing companies under in dictment. The cases resulted from failure by the packers to produce books of the companies at a recent investigation by the federal grand. NEW PAVING DEMONSTRATED City officials will gather at In diana and Monroe this morning to witness the first real work in the laying of the new Hassam paving, The company has been preparing for the actual work of laying the paving for over a month and the first of It wll lhe done this morning. REGULATES YOUR KIDNEYS ENDING BACKACHE AND BLADDER TROUBLE Don't watt until it settles Into Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes or Hright's Disease—the time to cure kidney trouble Is while it is only a trouble. The moment you suspect any kid ney, bladder or urinary disorder or feel a constant or dull aching in the back, sides or loins or the urine is thick, cloudy, offensive or full of sediment, irregular of passage or at tended by a sensation of scalding you should begin taking Cape's Diuretic as directed, with the knowledge that there is no other medicine, at any price, made any where else In the world, which will effect so thorough and prompt a cure. Pape s Diuretic acts directly upon the kidneys, bladder and urinary system; cleanses, vitalizes and reg ulatas these ducts, organs and Today in History October 25, 1855, into the valley 3f death rode the 600. The 600 were Eng land's famous light brigade, who under the command of Karl Cardigan, marched hope lessly against a battery that swept only too surely the valley of death. But of the 677 who rode into that valley of death, 195 rode until they reached the bat tery, sabered the Russian gunners and seized the guns, antl it is little wonder that even Lord Tennyson burst into poetry when be heard of it, and made Balaklava iamous for one of the most gallant and surely the least brilliant of military ma neuvers. In each life good begets more good; evil, fresh evil. ST. JOSEPH, Mo.—Ward W. Coulter, shot by W. H. Davis, died last night. Coulter was cal.aig at the Davis home when the saooting occurred. Mrs. Davis, who is 20 years younger than her husband, stated that Coulter came between her and her husband, and that the shooting was justified. Births of five girls and three boys were recorded yesterday. Ofifee Boy—There's a man out side with a wooden arm. Merchant —Don't want any today. Twelve marriage licenses were issued yesterday. NEW YORK—It will cost $171, --505,687 to run New York during the coming fiscal year. This is an $8,000,000 increase. Give the average man half a chance and he will take it all. SOUTH BBND, Ind.—United States Senator B. F. Shiveley is I suffering from a sore toe, and it will probably have to be amputated to prevent blood poisoning. "What is the motto of your na tion?" asked the newcomer. "Step lively, please," answered his American friend. NEW YORK.—.I. P. Morgan and party of friends made the first trip through the Pennsylvania railroad tunnel under the Hudson river yes terday in a special train, arriving from Hot Springs, Va. The public will take its first ride Thursday. DEMENTED WOMAN THOUGHT SHE WAS ROBBED What is believed to be the hal lucination of a demented woman, caused a report to be made to the police last night to the effect that Mrs. James Savllle, wife of an em ploye of the street department, liv ing at E623 Second avenue, had been struck on the head with a blackjack by unknown highwaymen who leaped from the darkness of the Saville woodshed, struck the woman down and robbed her of $15. Saville, who reported the case, told the police that his wife bad a gash two inches long in her head, but officers sent to investigate, could find no wound. Mrs. Saville acted so strangely regarding the incident that she was turned over to the county authorities, and her children, three in number, were taken charge of by the juvenile court. BOY SCOUTS HAVE BIG PLANS Spokane boy scouts will give a demonstration in the armory next month in all probability and plans for a monster camp at one of the nearby lakes next summer are be ing thought of, although it is yet a long way off. Every boy squad has the name of some animal and the sounds peculiar to that animal are reproduced as nearly as possible by the boys as a sign of their patrol. Parental objection is being found In some quarters because the boys are so enthused over the proposition that they neglect their work. glands, ending at once such miser able symptoms as lame back, head ache, dizziness, weakness. Prostatic trouble, nervousness, rheumatism and darting pains, inflamed or puffy eyelids, irritability, bilious stomacli, worn out feeling, sleeplessness or suppressed, painful or frequent ur ination (especially at night) and other distress. Don't bo miserable another mo ment with a lame back or clogged, inactive kidneys or bladder misery, for after taking Pape's Diuretic a few days you will be relieved and know all danger is passed. Your pharmacist, physician, banker or any mercantile agency will vouch for the responsibility of Pape, Thompson & Papo of Cincin nati, Ohio, who prepare Pape's Din retlc—so cent treatment—sold by every druggist In the world. THE SPOKANE PRESS SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1910. A GALA PERFORMANCE "There seems to be quite a crush of customers at the village barber shop." "They're not customers. They're just natives watching a New York drummer getting a face massage." GIRL, PRIZE BEAUTY, DIES A SUICIDE YORK. Pa., Oct. 25—Miss Aman da Kauffnian, Iti. of Emigsville, who won a prize in a beauty con test two months ago. and was said to be the most beautiful woman in York county, shot herself. She was DOES POKER GAME AFFECT THE MIND? PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 25.—The question whether a man's ability to play a game of poker is proof that he is mentally able to execute a will was put up to Register of LINA WILL SING IN BOSTON THIS YEAR BOSTON. Oct. 25.—Ulna Cava lieri can sing in Boston unless the public objects. Director Russell of the Boston opera house said today "THEN IT HAPPENED"! (Our Daily Discontinued Story.) One of little Edgar Edelweiss' ambitions was to be an acrobat. His other ambitions were to become an Indian slayer, an Old Sleuth, an admiral in tne navy, driver of a sprinkling cart, great magician and owner of a bulldog that could lick anything. But his main ambition was to be an acrobat. Edgar decided to practice at home. In lieu of a horizontal bar Edgar swung on the cut glass chandelier in the Edelweiss parlor. Cut glass chandeliers are fragile, Edgar. (The End.) WHAT THE WEATHER MAN SAYS TODAY Normal to moderately high pres sure obtains from the north Pacific to the lower Mississippi valley. Fair weather reports have been received from over the greater part of the country, excepting scattered pre cipitation from the Oregon-Wash ington coast to the upper lake re gion and in the upper Ohio valley, western New York and fhe St. Law rence valley, caused by storm cen ters of brisk energy respectively over Northern Montana and near l>ake Erie. Temperature! generally are moderate and much above nor mal in eastern Washington and Montana. The lowest temperature reported was 26 degrees at Moore head, Minn. Oh. papa, George has strung him self up in the parlor because 1 re fused him!" "What, didn't I tell you I didn't want that saphead hanging around the house?" ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ PROFESSIONAL FORGER ♦ ♦ MAKES SAFE GETAWAY ♦ ♦ (United Press Leased Wire) > ♦ EDI.E.NSHCRG, Wash., Oct. • ♦ '>ii. —A professional forger • ♦ made a Safe getaway touaj', ♦ after passing nine forged ♦ checks on local merchants ♦ within the past day or two. ♦ The man realized nearly $300 ♦ by bis operations and wiae of ♦ bis victims can remember ♦ what he looked like. The no ♦ lice have no hope of appro ♦ hendlng the forger. i still alive when her father, Edward Kauffnian. returned home from a barber shop, but died soon after ward. Her last words were: "Put my old rose dress on me and then they can't say anything." Wills David Martin. The proceed ings were brought to prevent the probate of the testament of Thom as Morgan, who died at the age of 80 years, leaving two wills. that he was running no school of morals, and that she certainly should appear at his house as ar ranged unless the opera patrons re fused to countenace her. AVIATOR IS KILLED BY FALL FROM AERO- (By United Press Leased Wire.) BERLIN, Oct. 25—LieutenaiiB Menthe of the German army Wnl killed today by falling from a Wright aeroplane at Magdeburg. Menthe was a member of the army | aviation corps and was maneuver i ing when the accident occurred. OWLS WILL DANCE. The Brotherhood of Owls will give a social dance next Thursday evening in Eagle hall, corner Sprague and Howard. WHAT CURES ECZEMA? We have had so many inquiries 1 lately regarding Eczema and other skin diseases, that we are glad to | make our answer public. After care ful investigation we have found that a simple wash of Oil of Winter green, as compounded in D. D. D., can be relied upon. We would not make this statement to our patrons, friends and neighbors unless we were sure of it —and although there are many so-called Eczema remedies sold, we ourselves unhes itatingly recommend D. D. D. Pre scription. Because —We know that it gives instant relief to that torturing itch. Because —D. D. D. starts the cure at the foundation of the trouble. Because —It cleanses, soothes and heals the skin. Because —It enables Nature to re pair the ravages of disease. Because—The records of 10 years of complete cures of thousands of the most serious cases show that D. D. D. is today recognized as the absolutely reliable Eczema Cure. Drop into our store today, just to talk over your case with us. Will H. Murgittroyd. Parker's Express TRANSFER, MOVING VAN. Phone Main 0781. H. G. LYONS, Proprietor. Office, Cole's Cigar Store, 607 U Front avenue, Spokane, Wash. "Night or day services." Grand Hallowe'en Prize Masquerade Dance At the Academy hall, 330 Main avenue. Monday, October 31. Prizes to be given to the best dressed lady and gent; best sustained thaiacler, lady or gent, and most toinical character, Everybody come, where you are sure to have tbe best time so far this year. Gents, 60c; ladles, free. ' WEBB TO HANG . DECEMBER 17 (By United Press t-eaaeo Wire) j PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 25.—Jesse jP. Webb, convicted murderer of | William A. Johnson, whose body was found stuffed in a trunk at the • Union depot in June, was sentenced |to be hanged December 17, by ' Judge Morrow in the circuit court this forenoon. Webb expected the death penalty and had braced him ; self to listen to the fatal words. ; Webb's attorneys have filed no ' tice of an appeal. BRAVE CAPTAIN STICKS TO SHIP (By United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Oct. 25.—Because he steadfastly refused to leave his ship and is now drifting somewhere toward the Gulf of Mexico, waiting for a tow, Captain E. E. Walls, of Hallowell, Me., is being called the "gamest" skipper on the Atlantic today. Captain Walls told his crew, who were taken off the ship last Mon day by the steamer Herald, that he would stay with his vessel until it went down or was towed ashore. The last seen of Captain Walls by his departing crew he was cling ing to the capstan waving farewell. -U w?-., SPeo gET ET ETEEt Over 3000 Pairs Are Involved in This Great Sale Just One Pair of Each Style FOR QUICK AND DECISIVE SELLING WE HAVE DIVIDED THESE TWO GIGANTIC PURCHASES INTO TWO LOTS AS FOLLOWS: LOT ONE Women's Sample Shoes REGULARLY SOLD AT $4.00 AND $5.00 YOUR CHOICE, WEDNESDAY, $1.98 LOT ONE—lncludes a very large selection of wom en 's sample shoes made from the finest leathers. Pat ent colt, with brown and black velvet tops, black suede, and patent and black vici kid in any style heretofore not shown. Every shoe in the lot is worth either $4.00 or $5.00. Sizes from 2'/u to 4. Your choice $1.98 Men's Sample Shoes REGULARLY SOLD AT $4.00 AND $5.00 Your CKoice Wednesday $2.88 A sample line of men's shoes that are splendid val ues; calf, vici kid and some patents. Sizes from 6V2 to 8 only. Worth $4.00 and $5.00. Your choice, a pair $2.88 Infants* SKoes REGULARLY SOLD AT 75c Your CKoice Wednesday Infants' leather sole shoes, wide toes, button or lace. Patent leather with tan tops, fine black and tan kid. Sizes from 1 to 5. Values to 75c. Your choice, a pair 48^ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ BUT THERE'S ALWAYS A ♦ ♦ CHANCE THAT ONE WILL ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ "Say," asked an Impatient ♦ ♦ waiter of the ticket agent at ♦ ♦ the Great Northern depot last ♦ ♦ night, "what would you fellows ♦ ♦ about the station here do if a ♦ ♦ Great Northern train came in ♦ ♦ on time?" ♦ ♦ "Don't as"k me," replied the ♦ ♦ agent wearily, without looking ♦ ♦ up from the newspaper with ♦ ♦ which he was whillng away ♦ ♦ the hours, "it's never hap- ♦ ♦ pened yet, and I don't cross a ♦ ♦ bridge until I get to it." ♦ ENTIRE ESTATE LEFT TO WIFE The will of the late Judge Ed ward Whitson was filed in the su perior court yesterday by Attorney Dewart. The entire estate is left to the wife, Nellie 11. Whitson. Ayers Pills Health SAMPLE SHOES For the Men and Women For the Girls and Boys At Prices No Other Store Ever Dared to Quote Do you know that sample shoes are apt to be better than any other kinds. The manu facturer is human the same as other people and he is very liable not to pick his worst skins for his sample shoes, or to have them made in any way but the very best. He expects to make his sales by showing his samples, and he is going to put his best shoe forward. AT LEAST THEY WILL BE AS GOOD AS HE MAKES. Two immense sample lines of Foot-Schulz Shoe Co. and the Harrisburg Shoe Co. Every pair is the new fall and winter designs and lasts. They come in vici kid, box calf, gunmetal, patent calf, etc. These shoes were bought at a mere fraction of their original worth, and the old Kemp & Hebert adage stands as ever: As we buy we sell. Notice the window displays— but better still SEE THE DISPLAYS INSIDE. Extra room and extra salespeople provided. Take an early car—for all sizes are not represented* They are samples. IMMENSE SALE of "Flubdub says he Is thinking seriously about marriage." 'Why, I thought he was married two or three months ago." "So he waa, but he la just beginning to think seriously about It."—Town Topics. ELEVATOR COULD CARRY TAFT A severe test of the new freight and passenger elevator In the new Old National Bank building was made last night when a safe weigh ing five tons was hoisted to the eighth floor easily. Residence Lighting One of the biggest advantages of electricity for residence lighting is its ease and economy of control. It is usually true, of course, that "the nicest thing about the house is the baby," but sometimes it is having light just where,you want it, whenever you want it, for as long as you want it, AND NO LONG ER. It means insurance, comfort, and economy of operation. For rates phone Commercial Dept., Main 5171. The Washington Water Power Co. Kemp&Hebert THE PEOPLE'S STORE LOT TWO Women's Sample Shoes REGULARLY SOLD AT $3.50 AND $4.00 YOUR CHOICE, WEDNESDAY, $1.48 LOT TWO—lncludes shoes,in as large if not larger numbers than Lot One. Women's sample shoes, made from patent colt, with fine black kid stocks, with hand turned soles, blucher lace or button, and in many styles and lasts that are too numerous to mention. Sized* from 2H to 4 . Values from $.'1.50 to $4.00. Your choice, a pair 81.48 Misses' Shoes REGULARLY SOLD AT $2.00 AND $2.50 Your Choice Wednesday $1.38 Misses' shoes in many styles. Some welt sewed soles, fine vici kid and gunmetal calf uppers. Blucher lace and button styles. Sizes from 11 >/> to 2. Values to $2.00 and $2.50. Your choice, a pair $1.38 Children's Shoes REGULARLY SOLD AT $1.50 Your Choice Wednesday 88c Children's Shoes, in a great variety of colored tops, tan, fancy cloth and fine plain black kid and patent leather. Sizes sto H. Regular $1.50 values. Your choice, a pair 88^ MILWAUKEE HERE SOON. About 30 days more will see steel laid on the Spokane to Coeur d'Alene branch of the Milwaukee railroad. With the exception of one or two small suts, the roadbed Is completed.