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'HIS NERVE' 'SOME'PLAY An exceptionally well balanced entertaining bill was presented at the Orpheum yesterday and a few hours' wholesome entertainment is in store for the patrons of this popular playhouse the entire week. The playlet, "His Nerve," pre sented by Charles Fletch er and company of associate play ers, is a comedy of absorbing in terest. Mr. Fletcher, a sentleman burglar, meets in a home with a hobo plunderer. By his strong nerve and use of his brain the gen tleman burglar baffles police pow er, etc., and makes good his es cape, dragging with him the cow ardly burglar. Mr. Wellington Cross and Miss lx>is Josephine in a refined bur lesque skit called "Dying to Act." made a decided hit and drew forth an uproar of laughter and applause. Take a Hand In the Fray Three days yet this month of sweeping piano sale. Save one third to one-half your money by purchasing now new and slightly used pianos and player-pianos of famous make. HERE THEY ARE Weber Piauola-Pianos, Steck Pia nola Pianos; most of them new, late styles, at reductions as large as $282. Decker Player-Pianos, Sohmer Cecilians, Columbus Play er-Pianos and others at prices from $80 up; some at actual cost. Slightly used Kimball pianos, Knabe, Kranich & Bach, Kilers, and others originally priced at $425 and more are now selling at about half. TERMS TO SUIT. Unless we sell 20 more pianos in the next three days we will not have room to display many of v_e fine art styles and grand pianos just received for Christmas trade. Our temporary store where we are located during erection of new building will not hold them. That's why we are so anxious to sell; that's why we're cutting out every Item of profit. Location During Erection of New Building, 416-420 Sprague Avenue, Between Stevens and Washington. Tailor - Made ...Suits... For Men and Women that can't be duplicated for the price. Ask those who have worn our garments. LADIES' TAILORED SUITS Plain tailored suits to order from $18.50 to $30. For fancy styles a slight extra charge will he made. Skirts from $5.50 up. Coats to order range from $15.00 to $28.50. Pain, automobile and tourist coats to order range from $11.75 to $20.00. All garments are lined with any color satin you select. From your own cloth we cut. make and trim plain suit (jacket satin lined), for $16.50. Coats satin lined, $14.50. Fancy styles extra. Worsteds, serges, chiffon, broadcloths, imported and domestics, drapes, etc., in all colors. Over 500 to select from. We guarantee satisfaction in price, materia], fit and workmanship, or money refunded. UNION LABEL IN MEN'S TAILOR MADE SUITS Men's .Suits and Overcoats, made to order, union label, $15.00 to $22.50. Pants to order, $3.00 to $5.00. Large assortment of fabrics to select from. All our $18.50 to $22.50 garments made of strictly imported goods. We ask your patronage on the merits of our goods, style, fit and price. From your own cloth we cut and make your suit for $12.50. Empire Tailoring Co. Rooms 515-16-17-18 Fifth Floor Jamieson Bldg. WATCH FOR OUR AD IN THURSDAY'S PRESS. IT WILL INTEREST YOU. Carrie Foster, as the circus girl in the playlet of that name added much to the act by doing some clever tight-rope walking and changing of costumes —while on the wire. Joseph Hart's "Bathing Girls,' with Glenwood White and Alber tine Hc-,-ison, were one of the strong attractions. Their songs were new and snappy and with the aid lof splendid scenery and beautiful costumes the act was a splendid success. liew Wells, in monologue and saxophone eccentricities and the Quigley Pros., dancing and singing comedians, added much to the comedy of the bill and were well received. The Marlo-Aldo trio presenting a novelty in gymnastics in good style, completed the bill. CONTI N U E D F R O ** PAGE- ONE THE TROTH Sawyer county yet who know the Inns anil outs of the little game of dressing squaws as braves and vot ing them straight. And also there is the Chippewa Lumber & Room company, which began this whole Deitz affair by clandestinely buying up a widow's "forty" when she had neglected to pay taxes on it for one year, and frightened her from her efforts to redeem It under the law, by threat ening to carry the case to the Tonight Prize Waltz Moonlight Skating Ladies Free Princess Rink highest courts. This sort of "legal lawlessness" It was that made John Deitz an outlaw. So much is easy. But it Is not so easy to determine just how much of right and how much of wrong there is in John Deitz's out lawry. For the evidence bearing on the matter is strangely mixed; the testimony varied and contradic tory. In the first place, the newspaper stories about Deitz have been uni farmlly misleading. The metropol itan press has printed highly col ored stories written wholly from the Deitz standpoint, while the lo cal press, controlled largely by in terests affiliated with the lumber industry, has been quite as intem perate in its presentation of the other side. This sharp division in the press has fostered an equally sharp di vision in the public so that today the world outside of northern Wis consin Is strongly prejudiced in favor of Dietz, while in northern Wisconsin the general prejudice is quite as strong the other way. This state of affairs makes it hard to get to the rock bottom in the Deitz affair. Taking the mat ter from every available angle, however, the facts that appear seem to point to some such conclu sion as this: IN GENERAL, JOHN DEITZ HAS BEEN IN THE RIGHT. IN CERTAIN PARTICULARS HE HAS BEEN WRONG. IN HIS Competition There's no fun in a one-sided affair. Why don't the Riverside merchants compete with us in selling $4 to $6 shoes for Here's the Reason No Riverside merchant can give such values and remain in business. We sell these samples to you for less than w T hat other shoe merchants would pay wholesale for regular stock. Take elevator to either of our fine new Sample Shoe shops. Bauder&Schriber 2 TWO STORES r% New Sample Shoe Shop—Room 210, Second Floor, Hyde Block. mm Original Sample Shoe Shop—Rooms 319-20-21-22 Third Floor, Jamieson Building. Our Growth Speaks Most Eloquently OF THE DENTAL WORK WE HAVE DONE AND ARE NOW DOING FOR THE PEOPLE OF SPOKANE AND THE NORTHWEST Non-residents should bear in mind that we are now so organ ized that we can do their entire Crown, Bridge and Plate work in a day if necessary. Positively painless extractions FREE when plates or bridges are ordered. Some points to remember in con nection with this establishment. Lady attendants at the service of all patients at all hours. Every patient receives the best treatment that science affords! We guarantee our work. Each operator is obliged to become! individually responsible for his work. We conduct our business strictly on a cash basis, and therefore give all the full value of their*noney—the best work at the lowest possible price. Our satisfied customers are legion. Patients come from all parts of the northwest. Nervous and weak hearted people can have their teeth extracted, filled, bridge work and teeth applied without danger or pain. New York Dental Co. THE SPOKANE PftESS STAND AGAINST THE LUMBER CORPORATION HE WAS JUSrJT KIKD PY EXTRAORDINARY Cjm, CUMSTANCES IN HIS FINAL Sfr SISTANCE TO ARREST HE WAS NOT JUSTIFIED BY THE FACTJS. It should be said, however, in justice to Deitz, that all the facts bearing upon the matter were not known to the family of Cameron Dam farm when the final attack was made. To get at the roots of the story of Cameron dam one must go back nearly a decade to the days when the old gang that won for Hayward the nickname "Robbers Roost," was at its last gasp—politically. There was a spring election in Hayward in 1902 and an adminis tration of habitual officeholders was defeated by a comparatively clean ticket. The old officials at the town hall sullenly refused to turn over the keys and the booVs of the town of fice. They had held office so long that they simply couldn't realize defeat. On the night of the day after election Hayward was an armed camp. Then there gathered in a back room in the town building a most slnglar assemblage. Lined up on one side of the room were the defeated officials, police and all, with their sympathizers, and on the other the newly elected officials and their sympathizers. Both fac tions were armea. There was much talk and much We Would/ Gladly l Welcome 714% Riverside Aye. Next to the- Crescent Store. muttering and many threats of vio lence. The brash ones of the re- form crowd wanted to throw the ■old gang bodily out of the upstairs windows. The sheriff, whose sym pathies were with the old gang. In continently wired Gov. LaFoliette for troops. And all through the hours dur ing which these factions stood ready to fly at e&ch others' throats and make a shambles of the town hall, one man stood up between them, and pleaded for moderation. That man was John Deitz. They say that John Deitz spoke for the better part of two hours that night. His counsel prevailed. There was no Hayward riot. The old administration finally yielded, and truculently turned over the town to the new element. Tomorrow's story will tell of the trouble between John Deitz and the Chippewa Lumber & Boom Co. The barnstorming Detroit Tigers defeated the Almendares team at Havana, Cuba, yesterday by a score of 4 to 0. Titans m Model Sewnnsg Machnmi© Climb N© o 6 10 Styles, $2 Dowmi $11 a Week BEGINNING Monday you can secure a high grade Eklredge sewing machine at The Crescent's usual low prices, with a payment of $2.00 down and $1.00 a week until the balance of the price is covered. This is the sixth sewing machine club we have opened since the department was opened over two years ago. People who are planning a sewing ma chine as a gift for some loved one will find this ser vice of much advantage. The small payment of $2.00 at the time of pur chase is remarkably easy, and the $1.00 a week will hardly be noticed. Ten beautiful styles are offered from which you may select. There's a good, durable, lasting ma chine at $22.50. Other beautiful models at $32.00, $33.00, $37.00, $39.00, $45.00. Amio&tgir Loft of Those Faimcj SitockninigSp Special lot of those handsome silk ilsle stock ings w r e have on sale every once in a while at this price. A better than usual assortment. Fancy silk lisles in just the shades you are most likely to want. Some very handsome lisles prttily embroid ered in neat figures and some plain colored silk lisles with four inch hem at the top. Half a doaen pair of these stockings will make a Christmas gift that any woman will appreciate. Special price, per pair 48«£ Ami Imjpoirt&inift Sale ©IF IHkiir &md CI©A BraAes ©SAS A GROUP of hair brushes and cloth brushes repre senting values of the most unusual kind. A liberal variety of styles and kinds. Hair brushes with splendid quality bristles, backs of light or dark wood. Cloth and hat brushes, good bristles and rosewood or ebony backs. Many rare values. Specimens from this colectlon may be seen In one of the Riverside windows. The entire lot will be on sale tomorrow. Take your choice for.s9<* DURKIN'S RESTAURANT SPECIAL LUNCH, 25 CENTS From 11 Until 2 o'Clock. For Men Only You'll get the best to be had in the city for the money. GOODBYE TO HINDLEY. The Pilgrim Congregational church was filled to capacity last night with members of the church and friends who had gathered to bid goodbye to the former pastor, W. J. Hindley. Mr. Hindley stated that such a largo amount of his time was demanded by organiza tions of varied natures that he could not afford sufficient atten tion to his church work, and rather than leave the city he had decided to give up the pastorate. ANNAPOLIS, Nov. 28.—Inspect ors of the federal department of agriculture today ordered 18 cows of a herd that supplies milk to the naval academy killed, because they failed to pass a tuberculin test. ALLEN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Evening school $5 per month. Day school you pay half the tuition after graduating and securing a po sition. Free catalogue. 415 MAIN AVENUE. Phone Max. 1701. 01907 Washington SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1910. ljftj ft ni"'fcr' "** Me * QAILY MATSTgao EVEN 05. ALL THIB WEEK the Justly celebrated Lambs' Gambol playlet by Mr. Chat. Leonard Fletcher Assisted by a selected company, In a new study, a comedy of absorbing Interest, "HIS NERVE." Joseph Hart's Latest Revue, "BATXINO GIRLS" With Glenwood White and Alber tlne Benson. A kaleidoscopic series of^slx^strlklng^sccnes. SUIGLET BROTHERS aal Singing and Dancing Comedians. UW WELLS Monologue and Snxuphone Eccentricities. K. Welling Miss Lois CROSS AJTO JOSEPHINE In a Comedy Skit, Entitled "Dying to Act," with song and dance trim mings. HART America's Most Versatile Artist, and BILLY HAST In That Unique Comedy Plnvlet, MAXLO-ALDO TRIO Orpheum Orchsatra and Pictures. NEXT WEEK—ALICE LLOYD. SPOKANE THEATER Every Night—Matinee Wednesday and Saturday. The Famous Baker Stock Company Thia Week—Rex Beach's THE BARRIER Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c. Matinees, 25c and 50c. Wednesday Matinee, 25c. Next week, "Under Southern Skies." Washington TtTheatrl Week Commencing Sunday Mati nee, November. 27, 1910. "Announcement Extraordinary" ROSA MAYNON and her Troupe of Trained Tropi cal Birds, and six other All-star Features. Matinee daily at 2:30. Admission 15c. Two shows every evening, 7:30 and 9. Admission 15c and 25c. "Pantages -■•THE AT E R UNEQUALED VAUDEVILLE All Next Week Vaudeville's Latest Dancing Novelty In "Manager Sowerguy's Troubles" —S—OTHER FEATURES—S Matinees Daily CLASSIFIED PRESS ADS CLASSIFIED RATES One time rate 5c per line Three time rate 4c per line Special rates by the month. Minimum charge for single ad 10 cents. Call up Main 376. HELP WANTED—MALE. Wanted, boys going to school, be tween 9 and 16 years of age, to carry good paying routes In all parts of the city. Apply at once. Press office, 116 Division street. Worklngnien's Home, corner Main and Browne. Office 208 Brown. Bed 10c. Rooms 15c. Hot water and reading room. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE Wanted —Young ladies for tele phone operators; with or without experience. "Apply The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co., 117 Wall street, 1124 Sinto avenue, or Euclid and Nevada streets. Dressmaking and repairing. Phone Max. 19 LL FOR SALE—CITY REAL ESTATE ISO0 —Klck ant level lot; size 60x 172H; graded street; cement aide walk, curb and water; fine place to live. Terms, $10 cash, balance $10 fer month. Hughes & Allen, 201 lyde block. Phone 2956. 5 room modern cottage; easy terms. Oeorge L. Snyder, 502 Empire State Bldg. Main 1231. 110 plants the seed that secures for you later a home; then 16 per month. Call and see v*. F. 8. Barrett A Co.. 128 Wall street. BECOND HAND GOODS A. L>. Johnson, dealer In new and sec ond hand household goods and tools. 10 Main aye. Main 2100. Mcßrlde & Co., 0809 Monroe handles all kinds of furniture; buya and sells. Phone Maxwell 371. If you want to buy or sell furniture call J. A. landman. Main 4(80. 338 Post street. ACRE TRACTS For sale, by owner, one ucre best soil; adjoining on small hike; rents for 140 per year; city water in front; electric light in front; % mile from street car lino. Price |750; $450 cash, balance on time. 11. Peine, 311 Washington street. CLASSIFIED PRESS ADS PERSONAL The Troy Laundry Wet wash, 66c per basket. Rough dry, 36c per dozen. Phone Main 2480. FOR RENT—ROOMS, HOUSES. 3, 4 and 5 room houses and stores; close in. Niedermeyer, E1314 Sprague. DENTISTS. Dr. Philip P. Stalford, dentist, 4-5 Falls City Block, S. W. corner Post and Riverside. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Housekeeping rooms, piano. 1303 Third aye. CLEANING AND PRESSING French dry cleaning and dyeing. Ladles' work a specialty. Gents' suits sponged and pressed. First class work; moderate prices. City of Paris Dye Works, 222 Riverside. Main 3326. ' Economy Dye Works, French dtyi cleaners; quick service; best workr lowest prices. Main 266,1. 1701 Main avenue. IMPORTED MACARONI Nick Nncn cm rles all slzea and va rieties of imported macaroni; also r.ll varieties of Imported canned goods. 228 Bern ard at. ATTORNEYS Samuel T. Crane, lawyer, 410 Colum bia building. Phone Main 9192, Cooper * Co.. collections. 410 Colum bia building. Phono Mnln 6058. BUILDING CONTRACTOR 4-room house built for $500; foun dation and plastered. Phone M. 8472-U. M. Wise, 710 N. Napa. OPTICIANS. A. T. Kelly, registered optometrist nnd eye specialist; glasses sold on easy payments; $1 down. 105 Washington. CARPET CLEANING. Trie LARGEST CLEANERS IN THE WORLD 700 -702 PROMT AYE COR WALL S T THE LARGEST CLEANERS IN THE WORLD j "Djjr^rnuATlAt^li 700702 FRONT AYE COR 'vMAJJ. S T MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE The Sam Crow Housefurnlahlng Co, will take your old furniture In ex change for new. Uooils sold on In stallment. Main 2494. 227-229 Riverside. Get 7 nice bound books for $1.00. Henry Feise, 311 N. Washington street. All kinds of manure and black dirt for sale. Phone Main 6071 L. Light team and wagon, 35 pullets, lor sale, cheap. 5623 Denver St. Wanted —Second hand bicycles, about 50, at about $18.00. C. P. Burch, 220 Sprague, Main 810. S. Haya Hardware 00. Wholesale and retail, hardware, sporting goods, tools. 327 Main Aye. Phone Main 1248. Phono Main 2418, or call at 20 Main avenue If you want to buy or sell furniture and aloves. \Vantcd--Booond hand blcyetea. C. P. Burch. 226 Sprague. Main 110. CRESCENT FURNITURE CO.—Fur niture, rugs and linoleum* up holstering, furniture repairing, cab inet work; goods packed, etc.; goods called for and delivered. Phone Main 1957. 1113 Flrat aye. II tahrst price paid for second band furnlturo and cast off clotMng. Main 4049. 1020 First aye. FURNITURE, RUGS AND PIANOS, Choice, Clean New Goods. LOWEST PRICES IN SPOKANE, 112114 SO. LINCOLN BT. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FUEL COAL AND WOOD Call Maxwell 3471 01411 N. Monroe. oiiio Hilar su<»«»t HAY GRAIN FEED Tamarack anil fir, $2.75 per rich; pine, $2.50. Tamarack and fir, $7.16 per cord; pine, $6.50 per cord. Fho>*« (Henwood 1275. BUCKEYE FUEL & FEED CO. SPECIAL ON COAL, $8.50. 03104 PERRY ST. QLEN. 11»«. International -Fuel Co. —Rock • Bootless coal, $8.60 per ton; Corbln mine run coal; tamarack, fir and pine. Ask fur special prices. Maxwell 71. Valley Wood & Coal' Yard. Phone Main 2958. W. F. Hohl, prop. All kinds of dry seasoned wood delivered to all parts of the city. Full meas ure; prompt delivery. 828 Front ave nue, Spokane, Wash. Johnaton Wood Yard for pine or tamarack. 1018 Cora. Maxwell 414. HIDES AND JUNK Division Junk Co.—Dealera in all klnda ot junk and toola. 10 Mit** 1 . Phone Main 2100. Dealers In Junk and hides. Kahn * V.i Ik Co., 10-12-14 East Main nvn. Main 5474. HORSE SHOEING. Charles Btaley, Pacific avenue and Bernard NATUROPATHY AND CHIRO PRACTIC Kernel* troublea, rheumatism, consti pation, nervousness and all other chronic dlaeasea cured without druse or knife. Consultation froe. Dr. W. F. Qrover. 620 Mohawk Dlk. M $S7JL RESTAURANTS Dexter restaurant, 8205 Wull. Re open December 1, 1910. Home cooking. W. 11. Allison, filer.