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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1910.
GAMBLE OUT FOR COMMISSIONER Probably the first candidate for City commissioner to get his cards actively in circulation is Thomas D, Gamble, former chief deputy' t city treasurer. Mr. Gamble was a' candidate for tbe nomination fori city treasurer two years ago and was defeated by the present treas-! Insist on Cedar Brook and you will get nothing but the best urer, J. Oscar Peterson. He an nounced his Intention of coming out for county clerk against Cal Atkinson in the primaries last fell, but afterward concluded not to make the race. GIFT FOR "ANTI-SPOONER." Notwithstanding the anti-spoon ing crusade thnt H. Pardo, federal policeman at the postoflice, has waged in the postofflce corridors, two pretty young misses came up to him yesterday and presented him with a silk kerchief and neck The Oldest and Best Whiskey in the World Even our competitors admit that Cedar Brook is the best For medicinal purposes Cedar Brook is superior to all oth< rs. Its unequaled purity and the careful selection of its ingredients make it the gr atest whiskey ever made for medicinal purposes. In every way and for every use Cedar Brook is by far the best whiskey in the world. Sold where they know what good r whiskeyh whiskey made today tour years older than the United States Government requires. Others put their whiskey on the market as soon as it reaches the age required by the Government, but we wait twice as long, until we are certain ours is far better than any other. It costs us a lot more to age Cedar Brook for 8 years, but we are glad to pay the extra expense, as it makes Cedar Brook the finest whiskey in the world. t Our method of distilling Cedar Brook is the best that can be produced by brains and unlimited money. Cedar Brook is the last word in whiskey. THE NORMAN HOTELS, Limited, Spokane, Distributors BIG RAILROAD TRANSFER. The ercent transfer of all prop erty of the O. R. &N. and North Coast roads to the new O. R. W. & N. railroad amounted to $fin, --540,000, according to the records filed with the county auditor yes terday. The O. R. & N. was the largest holder and the North Coast came next with property valued at $7,650,000. In addition to these, tbe Spokane Union Depot company and the Lake Creek and Coeur d'Alene railroad companies turned over property aggregating in the neighborhood of $3,000,000. 8 Years Old Bottled in Bond Twice as Old as the Government Requires Cedar Brook is made at the famoui W. H. Mcßrayer Distillery at Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. The original method by which Cedar Brook was first made 63 years ago is still in use. As the result Cedar Brook is known as the whiskey aristocrat with a pedigree extending back 63 years. THE ' ftfE SPOKANE P&ESS TRIBUTE TO TWO DEAD AVIATORS (By United Press Leafed Wire.) LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Dec. 28 — Hubert Latham, pilot of the Antoin ette monoplane entered in the Los Angeles aviation meet, was visibly affected when told today of the death In Paris of Aviator Alexandre Laffon and his passenger, the Mar quise Marie UePaula. "I knew Laffon well and had worked with him over the Antoin ette machines," Latham said, "lie was an expert pilot and knew his Handsome book, "America's Most Famous Distiller and His Product," slrit free on request. machines as he knew his alphabet I grieve deeply over his trti,:; ~ WfLL ENLARGE HILLYARD SHOPS. >ri Hillyard people believe that 'rWre is no further uncertainty about the question of the Great ,Northern enlarging its shops, as Jflm Hill practically admitted this on his visit there the other day. Hillyard feels that there is real pi'sason for rejoicing in the pros becjtlye enlargoment of the shops. is eight years old — THREW BOTTLE WINNIPEG, Man., Dec. 20—The feature of the street railway strike yesterday was the sentencing or i Wesley Barron to nine months in Jail for throwing a bottle througu 1 a car loaded with passengers. Mag istrate Daly said the next man guilty of a similar offense would go to the penitentiary. A number of others charged with similar se rious acts against the company's property were sent for trial to the higher courts. r ~,, The next examination of the Washington state board of veter inary examiner! will be held in the Hotel Seattle, Seattle, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, January lb\ 17 and Ik, 1911, beginning at I o'clock Monday morning. The Boston School of Millinery and Dressmaking We tench Hie latest French Tailor System of Dressmaking and the art of modern millin ery. 8807 Howard St. Phone M."7or> WE HANDLE PRODUCE The best of everything in season. Near the market. Think of Apples from 50c to $1.50 per Box. SPOKANE VALLEY PRO DUCE CO. Phone M. 7413. 5173 Stev gng St. We Deliver. PAOX 7