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"What ia the matter, love?" asked Adam. "It's just struck me," she replied, "that some fresh guy In the future will be calling me a slattern because I happen to be made out of one of your slats."—Boston Transcript. THREE-CORNERED RAZOR FIGHT (By United Press Leased Wire) CHICAGO, Nov. 28.—Literally hacked to pieces in a three-cor nered razor fight, the bodies of Charles Gagliona and Paul Kollins were found by the police today in a west side alley. The officers were led to the place where the fight occurred by two 16-year-old girls, who saw the battle and over whom it is alleged the quarrel which end ed in the battle started. The third SHE FOOLS HUSDAND KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. 28.— After believing for seven years that Marilda Fuller was his daughter, Julius R. Fuller learned in court that the child was adopted. A week ago Fuller s wife obtained a di vorce, charging non-support. He follewed with a petition to have the decree set aside and asking possession of the child. "The child, you understand," Mrs. Fuller told the court today, "is an adopted one." "That's not the case," said the husband. "It's our own child. It was born in St. Louis seven years ago." "It was born seven years ago," Mrs. Fuller explained, "but it is not our child. Our baby died. Mr. Fuller is a traveling salesman. While he was on the road the baby was born and died. I adopted a baby born in the hospital that same day." "That's a new one on me," Ful ler said. "1 don't believe the story. 1 want the baby." HUNTERS NEARLY DIED WHILE LOST EVERETT, Wash., Nov. 28.— Starved and so weak that they could hardly stand, three hunters, Chas. Snyder and Charles and Wil lard Davis-— were found wander ing aimlessly in the forest near Canyon Creek by a searching party headed by Forest Ranger Bruckaro yesterday and were taken to the Standard Logging company's camp. The men were lost last Tuesday while hunting near Hazel. They had sustained life by eating slugs and berries. The trio were going deeper into the forest when they were found. Over 100 men had searched for four days previously. FINE LOTS 0 Cushing's addition, 50x142. $175 Each SlO down and $10 per month. McCrea & Merryweather, With m. Washington Safe Deposit & Trust Co. Cor. Howard and Sprague. Phone Main 7121. Today's Styles Today Overcoats and Warm Winter Suits In a wide variety are row on display in our Etore. Come in and make your sciection now. We have only high grade cloth ing, and can satisfy the most fatildlouti dressers. Ask for Credit Our modern credit plan will help you dregs well on a small payment when selfsiion is made ttud the balance as low as. J One Dollar a Week Home of Dignified Credit combatant, whose name the police have not ascertained, is being sought. The fight was a desper ate one. Evidence of the struggle was found at the entrance to the alley, where the three men had hacked and slashed at each other. The bodies of the two victims were found a little way up the alley. A trail of blood splotches leading from the place makes the police believe that the third man was desperately wounded. PERCUSSION CAPS EXPLODE (By United Press t-easea Wire) TOKIO, Nov. 28.—One girl is dead and IT suffering as the result of an explosion of percussion caps in the Ojimura mill Sunday after noon. The authorities are investi gating the accident. THREE TRAINMEN KILLED IN WRECK WHEELING, W. Va.. Nov. 2S.— Three trainmen were killed and three severely Iniured today when the New York-Chicago express, west bound on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, was wrecked near Grafton, W. Va. Several of the injured passen gers were severely hurt, but the majority escaped with slight bruises. The train was running at a high rate of speed when the ac cident occurred. UPRISING IN BRAZIL ENDS (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 28.—Ad vices received today say that the Incipient uprising in Brazil which threatened when men aboard the dreadnoughts of the Brazilian navy mutinied, is at an end. The peflfjle are quieted and the fear that the mutineers might bombard the coast cities has been dispelled. Though the government was censured for treating with the men, the adjust ment has been satisfactory and the big warships are in the hands of government officers, today, it is re ported here. $25,000 IF SHE STAYS SINGLE. BLOOMING TON, 111.. Nov. 28.— The will of Mrs. Mary Knight of Adams county, just admitted to pro bate, provides that her fortune of $2<"i,ouo shall go to her daughter Ida while that woman remains sin gle. But two sons, another daugh ter and a granddaughter will divide the estate with Ida if she marries. TWO TRAINS TO PORTLAND VIA O. R. C&L N. 6 P.M. AND 9 P. M THE SPOKANE PRESS SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1910. Tell a woman she is dull and she is apt to disprove it by cutting you. BOSTON. —Man will no longer be the superior in physique if wo man continues to develop along the lines Dr. Sargent, of Harvard, believes they are doing. He says women are fast becoming like men and that a tremendous change has taken place in the past 20 years. Wigg—Do you think traveling broadens a man? Wagg—Well, when he goes away he is apt to spread himself. CAMBRIDGE, Mass—A wisp of a girl. Ilattie I.c Brane, 17, Is on trial for murder, the youngest of her Bex to be tried for murder in the history of New England. She is charged with killing her em ployer. Smith—The widow Dashaway has a fine presence. Jones—Yes; also a fine past. The men who' work the hardest and accomplish the most rarely complain of being slaves. BORDEAUX, France. —A second operation on the nose of King Al fonso was successfully conducted here yesterday. WASHINGTON. — Sidney F. Marshall, son of Chief Justice John Marshall, is dead, aged CB. He talked with John Wilkes Booth a few minutes before the latter as sassinated President Lincoln. Hoax—Guzzler boasts of his ca pacity for cocktails. Joax—Well, that's something to crow about. CHICAGO. —Spokane's apple show opened in one of the armories here today, with lots of prize apples and fine attendance. FOUR TO FLY TO SAN FRANCISCO SAX FRANCISCO. Nov. 28.— Walter Brookins. Arch Hoxsey and Frank Palmer, members of tne Whights aeroplane stable, will fly at the San Franeis-'co aviation meet scheduled for January, according to an announcement by the com mittee of business men today. Final arrangements for the flights will be completed lute this after noun at a meeting between the committee and Roy Knabenshue, manager Tor the Wright Brothers. The Home of Good Shoes. MEN'S $4 GUNMETAL SHOES FOR $3.00 Button and blucher styles, with high toes and medium heels, and made of the best quality of gunmetal leather. Priced regular $4.00. Special $3.00 MEN'S $3.50 SHOES FOR $2.45 Men's shoes, in tan vici, blucher cut, medium toes, sewed soles; regular $3.50 values for $2.45 NEW MELBA BOOT $2.50 Women's patent button, with GOODYEAR WELT soles; made on the new Melba last; a very pretty boot and a regular $3.50 value; special, a pair $2.50 HEALTH RETAINING SHOES $2.50 Made of English velour calf, with the new short vamp and shaped toes; extension soles; Cuban heels; n splendid shoe for the wet season; a good $3.."i0 vnlue tor $2.50 823 Riverside Avenue. • Real Aristocrat He Who ' Says "I Can't Afford." » "Youn man, the real aris • tocrat in your set is the fel • low who frequently says, 'i • can't afford!' You can't af • ford to drink, you cannot af • ford to smoke. The fellow who in these days says '1 can • not afford' will soon be em • ploying you fellows who think • you can afford to gratify ev ery extravagant whim." This was the way in which • Rev. C. Bryant Preston of the Plymouth Congregational church talked to young men • and women in his sermon on "True Aristocracy" last night. FINANCIAL HONESTY IS NOT THE ONLY THING ' "Honesty in financial affairs is not the only thing," said Charles R. Drum of New York at the Au ditorium theater yesterday after noon. "Do you treat that little wife of yours the way you used to treat her after you led her to the altar? If you have not you had better go home after this meeting and caress and love her and bring back a lit tle sunshine into her life." GREAT $1 A-OQ GARMENT 1U Jf£ SALE Just Think Beautiful Man-Tailored Suits, Finest all Wool Materials High Grade Coats in black broadcloth and mixtures most excellent. Dresses Style and Fabrics are beautiful. These are all garments of quality. Materials steam shrunk and made for the very best Trade. Tuesday On Sale Hat Bargains CHARRED REMAINS JF WOMAN'S BODY (By United Press Leased Wire) NEWARK, N. J., Nov. 28— The charred fragments of a human body were found in the ruins of the building occupied by the Newark Paper Box company and two other firms which was destroyed by fire Saturday. Searchers working in the ashes today discovered bits of burn ed clothing. A careful investigation of the fire and the condition of the building has been begun. The finding of the body today brings the total number of dead up to 24. Three persons are missing today. The police believe that the , body found is one of these. CHARTER REFUSED. (By United Press Leased Wire.) ST. LOUIS. Mo., Nov. 26—A charter for the Western Federation of Miners was temporarily refused by the American Federation of Labor at its convention today. RARTLETT-CARVER CO emSW THE WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S STORE OF SPOKANS 8 1 8 to Correspond With Garment Values Sale Starts Tuesday Morning RIVERSIDE AVENUE 820 Over- coats Our Presto Collar Over coats for stormy weath er as well as dress wear are the talk of the town. All styles and mate rials, in fancy and hlacks, are making a record for us. Others from $13.50 to $30. PRAGER'S "Jones lost a hunderd at poker last night." "Oh, well, even a misfortune like that has its bright side." "I'd like to know where the bright aide to that is?" "I won it."—Houston Post. 18 244 Riverside Aye. Opp. Washington Theater GREAT GARMENT Join our Night Schopl this wea and get a start before t"he holidays. Open to young men and wuu'm —no children. We have a grand class in Short hand, and equally as good In Book keeping—to appreciate our Pen manship you must visit the school. SALE A Most Wonder ful Gar- ment Sale Three hundred Beaut iful garments of quality and style, tailored perfectly, to be bought at a fraction of their values. This Sale will only appeal to women who are looking for Good Style and Good Quality at A Very Low Price. Atwood Bros. EASTERN DENTIST.S Eastern Dental Vfet at Eastern Prices. Open evenings. 12 years' experience. Wolverton Block Rooms 9, 9V 2 and 10, Oor. Wall and Riverside M. 6041 On Sale Tuesday