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THE DAILY STAB-MIRROR
Published every evening except Sun
day. at Moscow, Idaho.
S. K. HUTTON', Editor and Proprietor
D. W. GREEN'BUHG
City Editor
Entered as second-class matter Oc
tober 16, 1911, at the post office
Moscow, Idaho, under the Act of Con
gress of March, 1879.
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which they are to appear.
All complaints of whatsoever nature
should bo made at the office at once.
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ted Press Associations' Service.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911
Saturday again, and the editor sum
mons other witnesses to take their
place in the box and testify how in
their opinion the defendant, Old World,
has been rolling " 'round in earth's
diurnal course."
About the—Quien Sabe !
Ah, shades of dreamy old Castile
—It must he great to freely feel the
right to throw the hull and steel.
But, why should Huerta shake his
shores, and leave his state of run
ning sores and heat it hack to the
Azores?
When he can write historic tomes,
while raising hell and razing homes
and people all the catacombs?
'Tis hut the record of the race: Old
pace, and
murderous
Cortez hit a
Huerta has that taint to face.
But if he's going to be a king, he'd
better take his little fling; it's nearly
time for him to sing;
For as things go 'neath Mexic skies
it need occasion no surprise if he gets
vise.—Pocatello
a harp before he's
Tribune.
Time Works Great Changes.
Once upon a time a girl wore a heavy
outer skirt, a cotton petticoat, a knit
ted petticoat, a flannel petticoat with
home-made lace at the bottom, and a
real wool form protector, and she was
always chilly and suffering from rheu
matism. Nowadays she goes out in a
hobble and a smile and lias prickly
■Hailey News-Miner.
heat all winter.
It is suggested to the state highway
that the roads between
commission
dry and wet towns be kept in first
class condition, as it is a very expen
sive and aggravating proposition to
be repairing the water wagon every
few days. Besides it is hard on the
nerves of the sheriff. One can't run
anything successfully over a hum road,
and it is just as hard on a bootleg ve
hicle as it is on a political hearse—Po
catello Tribune.
President Wilson's policy of hand
ling the Mexican situation is along
the lines of the old adage. "Give a calf
enough rope and it will hang itself,"
and he seems to have the situation
properly "sized up," as lie has all mat
ters of importance before he announc
his stand. The rope seems to be get
Mexlco.—Colfax Com
es
(Ing short in
immer.
A bevy of militants got to the arch
bishop of Canterbury yesterday, and
asked him to use his influence against
the practice of forcible feeding. The
archbishop "refused to commit him
self." Naturally.! It was by sticking
closely to the idea of not committing
himself that he became an archbishop.
—Chicago Tribune.
A man will hunt through three conn
tries for a horse he likes; a woman
will hunt through every store in town
to match a piece of silk, but
vhen it
to matching hoys and girls for
catch as catch can.—
comes
life, it is left to
Welser Signal.
with a
Woman who went
wrong
named Wright was captured at
man
ter they had made a 15,000 mile flight.
Suggests aviation. Those kind of peo
ple should take a flyer at a certain one
of the Ten
Stateman.
Commandments.—Boise
The Oregonians who have appealed
to the president to protect them from
wild geese overlooked the fact that the
president is kept busy with the wild
geese in congress.
Democrat.
And the "Lame Ducks" too.
St. Louis Globe
One of Senator ,7. Hamilton lewis'
appointees held office only fifteen min
utes, not even long enough for the ex
perience to become one of the blessed
family memories.—St.
Democrat.
Olob
Louis
Of course Miss Virtue, the London
suif pledged to marry a Montana
rancher as soon as England gives
the ballot, should be prepared
woman
to preserve her good name to her dy
ing day.—Anaconda Standard.
Speaking of the proposed govern
ment ownership of the wire-service of
the country: What a rank socialist
Mr. Burlesou would have been twenty
years ago!—Pottlaud Telegram.
:
Eye doctors of Idaho w,;u t It known j
that they have a real and not merely
a visionary organization.
See?—Boise Statesman. • —
This sugar dissolution ought to he
the easiest of all. Water In the stock
will help some.— Coeur d'Alene Jour
nal.
When the average boy is going to
school, he is so poor he wonders what
the teacher can do with her salary.—
Weiser Signal.
There is this advantage in buying
goods of merchants who do not adver
tise. The clerks have plenty of time
to wait on you.— Weiser Signal.
Rockefeller says the income tax is
too high, but to the customer it must
look oil right.—Pocatello Tribune.
Half dollars are being crowded out
of the Philadelphia mint, which needs
more quarters.—Boise Statesman,
Occasionally an aviator dies in bed.
-St. Louis Globe Democrat.
TODAY'S EVENTS
February 7 In History.
1879—Senate passed, by a vote 40 to
20, the bill admitting women to prac
tice before the United States su
preme court.
1884—-El Mahdl announced his inlen
world,
ami Baker
tlon to subdue the
starting with the Soudai
Pasha.
whole
1894—The McCreary resolution, bind
ing the house of representatives to
President Cleveland's anti-Hawaiian
annexation policy, adopted by that
body amid protests that it would dls-
rupt the democratic party.
Today's Birthday Honors.
Former United States Senator Daniel
Franklin Dafean, republican of York,
Pa., and educated in the public schools
of that city, is fifty-three years of age.
He was born in York, Pa.: is actively
engaged in tlie manufacturing business
and banking; is married and has three
elected to the fifty-eights, fifty
si xty-first con
sons :
ninth, sixtieth, ami
grasses, and reelected to (lie sixty-sec
February 8 iu History.
1815—The congress of Vienna determ
ined to abolish slavery.
1820—Robert Cowley, an American,
aged one hundred and twenty-five,
died at Richmond. Va. He had been
for many years door-keeper to the
capitol of Virginia, which office was
bestowed upon him as a reward for
Revolutionary services.
1847—Adoption of the New Prussian
constitution.
1898 —Assassination of President Bar
rios, Guatemala.
N otlcc.
The office of the agent of the Pa
cific Coast Elevator'company lias been
moved to the chamber of commerce
at Main and Fourth streets.
C. A. TENWICK,
Agent.
rooms
06-12
Pnrchnsed llngges Baths.
J. W. Wilson has purchased the
Hugges baths on South Main street
from William Humphries, one of the
best appointed barbershops In Mos
Mr. Wilson is a young man of
cow.
splendid character and lias been em
ployed as barber at the shop for two
years past,
old patrons and extends a cordial in
vitation to new ones to visit his es
lie will be glad to meet
09-11
tahllshmcnt.
MARIE A. GORHAM, D.C.
PHYSICIAN
CHIROPRACTIC
Nervous and Chronic Diseases
Rooms 7-10 Brown Block
Phone 209
Chas. D. Germain, D. C.
Chiropractor
Chronic and Nervous Dises:
Office Over Willis' Drug Store
Moscow, Idaho
Your Evening Gown
Dry Cleaned
Your evening gown should look
new each time it is worn. It will
look new, if you send it to us
frequently to be dry cleaned and
pressed.
Our process is odorless, and will
not injure the most delicate ma
terial or trimmings.
Try us.
The
Moscow Steam Laundry
And Dry Cleaning Works
Phone 37
THE
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If OF INTEREST
TO WOMEN
Woman l'j> for Congress.
Candidate from Sixth Kansas District
Asa Progressive.
GOODLAND, Kan., Feb. 7.—Mrs. Eva
Mllrphy pf Good I and today an
nounced her candidacy for congress
from the sixth Kansas district as a
progressive.
"The fact that 1 am a woman, a wife,
and a mother, 1 believe, will aid me,"
declared Mrs. Murphy in her announce
ment. "Since my children are grown
and my husband Is willing, I have de
cided to be a candidate for the nomin
ation."
The sixth Kansas district is in the
northwestern part of the state and em
braces two counties. John R. Connel
ly, a democrat of Colby, now' repre
sents the district In Congress.
M.
Sermon Interrupted by Suffragettes.
LONDON, Feb. 7.—Aroused by the
bishop of London's letter declaring
"There is no truth in the allegations
that the suffragists in Holloway jail
are subjected to torture while being
forcibly fed," suffragists today repeat
edly interrupted the consecration ser
vices conducted by him at St. Mich- I
ael's church.
The women set up a chant, in which
reference was made to forcible feeding,
and they called upon the bishop to put
a stop to "the torture of women in
English prisons."
The disturbers were quickly remov
ed. An attempt made by the women
to reach the bishop us he left the
church was frustrated by the police,
who were present in force in anticipa
tion of trouble.
Uitizeus' Association Admit Women,
citizens' association of Chicago
announces unanimous action by the
directors opening membership in the
association to women. The by-laws
will he changed to allow them to hold
office, and it is planned to admit them
to the hoard of directors in such pro
portion as their number in the mem
bership makes fair. The association,
which started in 1874 with Franklin
Mac Vengli as the first president, is
one of the oldest civic reform organ
izations in the country. George E.
Cole is about to retire as president to
assume his work as head of the Consti
tutional Convention league of Illinois
leaving Moses E.-Greenohaum as acting
president.
Tin
Plan "Back to Nature" (Tub.
Aurora, Ill.. Feb. 7.—The first meet
ing of a "Buck to Nature" club, form
ed by Aurora society women who be
ated into a pampered, artificial crea
ture, will he held on Wednesday after
noon with Mrs. Charles 1!. Young, wife
of a Chicago official of the Burlington
railroad. Work for women in the
house and garden will be discussed.
Invitations to the meeting set forth
that "it is a meeting for every woman
who considers homo foundamental to
all happiness."
Supplementing this invitation a
statement is made that "the pendulum
of institutional ami public life lias
swung far out ami the time is for to
swing back." Every woman, regard
less of lier abilities, is requested to
bring "her darning" with her.
BANISHES A SICK BABY
Governor of Kursh Sends Child Away
Escorted by Armed Soldiers.
MOSCOW. Fch. 7,—The governor of
Kursh has made himself redicuious by
ordering the deportation of a 2-year
old boy under the escort of armed sol
diers.
child is the son of a Jewish
dentist, who with his wife was de
ported a few days ago. Owing to the
hoy's delicate health, his parents left
him with friends, but, under the pre
text that Jewish Children must not
live without their parents outside a
certain prescribed area, the governor,
ignoring various appeals, ordered that
the baby be sent away, under the
escort of soldiers with fixed bayonets.
This implies traveling with crim
inals in rougit conveyances and sleep
ing in prisons en route until the in
The
fant reaches his parents.
MOTHERS' PENSION ABUSE,
Leads (o Increase of Wife Desertion
«ml Other Evils in Illinois.
CHICAGO, Feb. 7.—Charges that the
mothers' pension law of Illinois, by
which mothers at the head of Indigent
families receive state aid, is proving
something of a boomerang, are made
in a report of the United Charities of
this city today.
"Since the passing of this law," says
the report, families having members
and connections with resources that
would tide them over emergencies de
claim their share of state aid, thus
weakening the moral fibre, and making
it difficult for private charities to in
duce relatives to help their kin."
The report states that wife desertion
lias increased alarmingly.
MOTHER OF 22 CHILDREN
Frenchwoman Is Proposed ns a Mem
ber of (lie Legion of Honor.
Feb. 7.— Mme. Theodore
Amet, the mother of twenty-two chil
dren, all of whom are living, has been
proposed to President Poincare by
Capt. Maire of the League of Large
Families for the Cross of the Legion of
Honor.
Captain Maire has been informed by
M. Poincare's secretary that the matter
has been intrusted to the ministry of
PARIS,
DULY STAR-MIRROR:
MOSCOW.
the interior for consideration.
Capt.
j Maire points out that at present 113
j Frenchwomen have the right to wear
I the coveted red ribbon for various
I reasons, aud that it would be but fit
ting to award one for the noblest of
woman's duties—motherhood.
Jane Adda ms Writes Verse.
Miss Jane Addaras has written the
following new verse for "Illinois" as
a campaign song for the new voters:
i brough the world the new s is ringing,
Illinois! Illinois!
Hear thy daughters gladly singing,
Illinois!
By the word of thy command,
Citizens at last they stand;
Honor to thy heart and hand, Illinois!
Honor to thy heart and hand, Illinois!
Illinois!
Klug Rebukes Women.
BERLIN, Feb. 7.—King Ludwig of
Bavaria administered a smiling re
buke to a number of women of the
Bavarian aristocracy who asked him
to become the patron of a new In
stitution for erecting shelters for sick
aliénais throughout the Germany.
After inquiring into the financial as
pects of the proposel, the king said:
"Sick animals should be killed, but
sick people cured. You should devote
your money to relieving the sick poor
and do some good with it. Do not
worry about old and diseased cats,
dogs and horses."
CLASSIFIED ADS.
Classified Ad. Rates.
First insertion one cent a
word, the minimum charge be
ing 25 cents. Subsequent in
sertions, five cents a line if con
secutive. Intermittent insertions
< take the one-time rate. Six
average words are counted as
one line.
Twenty-five per cent discount
on ads running one month or
longer without change of copy.
POULTRY AND EGGS
'.A";
Advertise your Poultry. Now is the
time to get results. One insertion re
cently sold five dozen. Try the Class
ified Col ii in a.
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE OR RENT—ONE ACRE
eight-room
09-llpd
of ground with new
house. Phone 4-Y.
FOR TRADE—SOME GOOD Busi
ness and residence lots in live city of
Idaho county. Will take harvester
stock in trade. D. W. Greenburg,
Star-Mirror office.
07tf
RENT
FOR RENT — FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping,
able. Apply to 204 A street. Phone
Terms reason
161.
07tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE—YOUNG WORK TEAM
brood mares, weight 2200, gentle,
well broke, wagon and harness.
Price $160. Also want work of any
kind, either single handed or with
team. Live at Viola. Address Ed
Shofner, Viola, Idaho.
07-30pd
FOR SALE—SMALL SADDLE HORSE,
five years old. Broke to drive sin
gle and double. $20 if taken at once.
A bargain. 233 North Washington
street.
94 tt
FOR SALE—TEN TONS OF WHEAT
hay in bundles. T. L. Wolfenbarger,
Troy. Route 1.
10-16pd
LABOR WANTED
WANTED—TO CORRESPOND WITH
some lady with object of matrimony.
Will marry if suited. Am young
man of 30 years of age. medium dark
complexion, blue eyes, 5 ft. 11 in.
tali. Use no tobacco or intoxicants
of any kind. Address Box 1, Viola,
Idaho. 08-27pd
WANTED—A LADY OR GENT Tt
handle a good paying proposition.
See Mr. Yeager at 124 South Almond
street Saturday or Sunday.
11 pd
WE BUY
Heavy Scrap Brass and heavy
Gray Iron machinery castings.
Stove plate and malleable cast
ings cannot oe used.
Idaho National Harvester Co.
tdmhm
Mi
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7,
IDAHO,
a
IT IS TO
LAUGH
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Hi 11 *4* + 4-t*
X Tim« for Every thin#.
One of the surgeons at thè Unlt'ed
States naval hospital, Boston, was
making preparations to perform a
gjjgjjj operation upon a negro sailor,
when he noticed that the patient had
become quite nervous, so, In order to
reassure him and divert his mind, the
surgeon said:
"Johnson, you must not think about
this; just think of Booker Washing
ton."
To which the negro replied, "Now,
Boss, don't you talk to me about Book
er Washington; you talk about Gawd."
—Harper's Magazine.
Two girls were talking over the wire.
Both were discussing what they should
wear to the Christmas party. In the
midst of this important conversation
a masculine voice Interrupted asking
humbly for a number.
One of the girls became indignant
and scornfully asked, 'What line do
you think you are on, any how?"
"Well," said the man, "I am not
sure; but judging from what I have
heard, I should say I was on a clothes
Not a Family Trait.
"Young Hardup says his grandfather
was one of the first settlers."
"Not inherited, evidently; Hardup
never settles."—Judge.
Probable.
"Why do college men
Professor:
ralspell so often?"
Stude: "Probably because they pay
more attention to the miss than they
do to the spell."—Ohio Sundial.
An Accomodating Town.
Hereafter the street lights will he
turned off at 10 o'clock at night. If
there is any person expected to return
home by late train or any public gath
ering the light will be left burning un
til a later hour, such notice to be giv
en central at telephone office.—Rolling
Prairie, Ind., Records.
A Printer's Prayer.
Give us, O Lord, our daily case
And hands of ready skill,
To keep the devil on the chase
Attending to our will.
Give ns this day a job to do
Requiring nil perclsion:
Give us an eye to balance, too.
And quickness of decision.
Teach us our types and lead us' not
To ornament's temptation,
And may the end to which we've fought
Prevent o'er-decoration.
And give us each a little space
To write our names all vernal
Upon the page in some small place
In heaven's own trade journal.
M. R. Brown.
His Only Chance.
Johnny—Paw. why was Adam creat
ed first?
Paw—To give him a chance to say
something, my son.—Cincinnati
quirer.
En
A Bargain.
Footpad—Your money or your life!
Mrs. Tightly—That's reasonable
enough, Jake. You've got only fifty
cents.'—Chicago Daily News.
Double Tragedy.
(From the Rockford Register.)
Prank Becker had a horse break its
leg Sunday and had to be killed.—Chi
cago Tribune.
Where Ignorance is Bliss.
"But, after all, don't you think a good
education is an essential in business
success?"
"Not so much," replied the wealthy
man; "It was ray poor education that
gave me a start, I done a job of work
for a rich fellow, and made out my bill
for 'too' dollars; besides the bad spell
ing, I forgot' to cross the 't.' He sent
me a check for $100."—Exchange.
The Universal Prayer.
"Have you washed your face, my
son?''
"Yes, mother."
"Combed your hair?"
"Yes, mother.'
"Did you say your morning prayed?"
"Well, I said the same one Katie
did."
"What was the prayer, my dear?"
"Oh Lord, how I hate to get up!"—
Threads,
Why Waste 'Em!
Chick—Baw! Mamma, can't I have
a little brother?
Mrs. Hen—Great Scott, child? don't
yon know that eggs are thirty-five
cents a dozen?—Judge.
Wages.
This wage 1 jingle In my hand
Is but one token small
Of what I've gained this busy week
T cannot name them all.
Intangible these gainings are.
Though real enough to me :
Established, added to myself,
With sense of victory.
I've thought well on the work itaelf.
I gave it all my care:
I grew with It and It with me,
So well I may compare.
It's help and worth to wage beside
This coin that buys my bread
And that one need the poorest crave-»
A shelter for my head.
—A. H. McQuiiken.
1914
CHUM BOB'S SPORTING TALK
HOT SOPH FLASHED DRILY
ABOUT WHAT'S DOIXÙ
Wants Another Chances
NEW YORK, Feb. 7.—They certainly
Here come
can't get away from It.
an announcement from Fred Thomp
who lives out In Pasadena, Cal.,
son,
and who has been doing the Billy Sun
day act. that he wants to get one good
fling at the allround athletic record
before lie leaves the field altogther and
settles down to his work of preaching
the gospel. It is the fond hope of ath
letic enthusiasts that Thompson
keep on "coming hack" until it's time
for the 1916 Olympics. It is not hard
to Imagine just how valuable a man
who can heat Jim Thorpe's all-round
performances will he In the Dacathlon
at Berlin.
dl
Big I League.
Down in Columbus, S. C., there Is a
paper that thinks that if Roosevelt had
in for professional baseball he'd
gone
doubtless have chosen the I-I-I league.
Well, perhaps, but that organization
has no club in Chicago, the chief noise
center of the game.
Copeland to Austria.
Alexander Forbes Copeland, Austri
coach, says he intends to leave for
that country in company with his wife
and daughter in the middle of March.
Copeland will he tendered two separ
ate banquets, one by the athletes and
the other by his newspaper colleagues
In New York.
an
New Fight Mystery.
Jimmy Dwyer reports that he has
promising featherweight who bears all
the necessary earmarks for becoming
a champion. Dwyer, who is one of the
in the
shrewdest judges of boxers
world, will give this lad the benefit
of his knowledge.
Blackburn Coming Buck.
Jack Blackburn made his first ap
pearance in five years before the pub
lic when he boxed an exhibition bout
at the Trocadero theatre this after
The wonderful colored pugilist
noon.
will box at each performance of the
show there this week.
Interest in Coming Fight.
interest is growing in the fight be
tween Packey McFarland and
Gibbons at Madison Square
A lot of folks who
Mike
Garden
Thursday night,
think Packey is a coward do not know
what to say since he has agreed to
They have accused him
fight Gibbons,
always of jumping into little fellows
and shaving away from men of his
REST
AT THE
.PASTIME.
ALSO
EAT!
PHONE 89
When you want storage room
Prompt Service.
Standard Dray
PLUMBING
and HEATING
QAS ENGINE and PUMP
REPAIRING
Figures right and
work guaranteed.
J. L. CARLSON
Old stand of the Carlson Eng. Co.
Phone 226 Res. phone Farmers 9149
Use Electricity
and Save Money
For the benefit of our patrons we will make a rate of
5 Cents per Kilowatt Hour
when using appliances for ironing, cooking and heating when oper
ated from a separate meter. Let us install a meter for this purpose
You can attach your
COE PEE PERCOLATOR
CHAFING DISH
ELAT IRON
BAKING OVEN
TOASTER
HOT PLATE
VACUUM CLEANER WASHING MACHINE
HOT WATER BOILER
and many other electric heating and cooking devices
The Washington Water
Power Co.
G. R. BECKMAN, District Superintendent
size, but in Gibbons he is to meet a
man larger than*himself and an ac
knowledged fighter of ability.
Handicap Table Tourney.
Students at the University of Chica
go will hold a handicap pool and bil
liard tournament in the Reynolds club
on Feb. 17, Scratch players will play
Referees will watch all
the matches, which will be under stan
dard tournament rules.
Ruck In Service Again.
Roger Peckinpaugh, who Is only
two syllables removed from real base
ball fame, has been dragged, unresist
ing, Into the Yankee fold for another
year of service under Chance.
175 points.
Inter-City Debate« Tonight
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7—Enactment
vage law will be the
of a minimum
topic for dual debates here and in
Philadelphia tonight between teams
representing George Washington Uni
versity and the University of Pennsyl
vania.
It pays to advertise in The Dally
Star-Mirror.
Dissolution Notice.
9
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership existing between
Buckley and Elizabeth Buckley, doing
business under the firm name of the
Buckley Sisters, is herewith, this clay,
dissolved. Sadie Buckley retires from
the firm. All outstanding obligations
against the firm will be assumed and
all accounts will be collected by Eliz
abeth Buckley. The firm name of
Buckles' Sisters will he continued,
Elizabeth Buckley will carry on the
business in the same location.
ELIZABETH BUCKLEY
SADIE BUCKLEY.
Sadie
a
Feb. 12-26 W,.
RAILROAD TIME CARDS
TO AND FROM MOSCOW
NORTHERN PACIFIC.
For Lewiston :
No. 311 Dally
No. 313 Daily
For Spokane:
No. 312 Daily
No. 314 Daily
No. 311 connects at Arrow junction
for all points on Clearwater line and
North for all points on
Lv 12:30 p. m
7:58 p. m.
Lv
Lv 10:47 a. m.
Lv 3:03 p. m.
Camas Prairie line to Grangeviile.
No. 314 connects at Spokane with
main line to ail points west to the
coast and to all points east. No change
Spokane to Chicago.
R. W. MORRIS, Agent.
O.-AV. R, & N.
For Colfax:
No. 81 Daily
No. 83 Daily
No. 85
From Colfax:
No. 82 Daily
No. 84 Daily
No. 86 Dally ex Sun.
Trains No. 81 and No. 85 connect at
Colfax with trains for Southern Idaho
points, Salt Lake and all points east.
Train No. 85 connects at Colfax with
Boise sleeper as well as Portland and
all intermediate pplnts.
No.'s 81 and 83 connect at Colfax
with trains for Spokane and interme
diate points. No. 83 also connects at
Spokane with trains for all points east,
D. HOUSE, Agent.
Lv 7:00 a. ra.
Lv 12:30 p. m.
Daily ex Sun. Lv 7:00 p. m.
Ar 10:40 a. m.
Ar 3:40 p. m.
Ar 1:00 p. m.
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SPOKANE & INLAND EMPIRE
For Spokane:
No. 67 Daily
No. 71 Daily
No. 73 Daily
From Spokane:
No. 64 Daily
No. 68 Daily
Lv 8:15 a. m,
L> 73:40 p. m.
Lv 1:30 p. ni.
Ar 10-50 a. m.
Ar * 15 p. m.
Ar 7:!'j) p. m.
GEORGE RICHARDSON Agent
No, 72 Daily

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