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! LEADING HOTELS
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American Plan, $3 Par Day
HEADOUARTERS FOH TOURISTS
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The Grand Pacific Hotel
CIIAb. A. HCKitAOK, l'roprletor.
Handsomely Appointed and First
Class In Every Particular.
Corner Railroad St. and Higglns Ave.
It being Improved in every way
possible. The leading: hotel in the
city. Commercial trade our spe
cialty. BURDICK BROS. rroprtctors
T. J. PEDICORD, Prop.
Heated by Steam. Hot
and Cold Baths. Electric
Calls and Electric Lights
in every Room. J J J
Rooms 50c, 75c and $1.00 Per Day.
Meals, 25 Cents.
Free Hub and l'reo Faniplu Rooijib.
209-13 Riverside Ave, SPOKANE
Rainier Grand Hotel
Under New Management
Cafe in Connection
WILSON & WHITE CO., Props.
CtlAS. PERRY, Manager
LEADING HOTELS 1
Best furnished houso in Southern Oregon
New Depot Hotel
A. II. rilACHT, Propriotor.
All Trains stop 30 Minutes
W. B. BLACKWKLL, Prop.
One of the best hotels
on the Pacific Coast.
American Plan $3.00
per Day and Upwards
HKNKY A. MEYIUI A 1'AUI. B. I'KTKIIHON
The Leading Hotel
Rates, $3.00 to $5.00
The New Bannock Hotel
KOIIMAK A. AKMSTHOKG, l'ropi.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
American Plan. Rooms with Bath,
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Each Room.
RATES $2.00 to $4.00 PER DAY
The Victoria Hotel
First-Class in All Its Depart
When in Spokane Don't Fail
to Stop at the Victoria
1 LEADING HOTELS :
V. I. HAYES, Manaokii.
pur day nml up
a ino r lean jiuhii
2.60 ior day and
up. Restaur nut
ami cafo nt reason
Leading Hotel of the
LAKE SUPERIOR REGION
Enlarged and Improved
American Plan, $2.50 and Up
Kuropuan Plan $1.00 and Up
Finest Cafe in Northwest
DULUTH, MINN '
TACOMA'S LEADING RESTAURANT
r. J. CAHLYLC; Prop.
Your Patronage Is Very
1 01 1 Pacific Avenue
Tourists' and Commercial Mens
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
Hot and Cold Water. Private Baths.
Phone in Each Room. -
AH Outside Rooms.
Cor. West Park and Morrison Streets
PNONCSt Hotel, M 2077 Bar. M 115
Golden West Hotel
-- AND BAR.
M. PCTCRSCN, Proprietor.
Everything New and Up-to-Datc
Cor. Washington St. and Tirst Ave.
First NatianahBank of Rook Springs
HOOK HI'ltlMiS, WYOMING
CAPITAL and SURPLUS, $100,000
EVERY ATTENTION GIVEN TO IIUSINESS
ENTRUSTED TO US
EASTERN AND WESTERN
Wholesale and Retail
Car and Cargo Shippers
Office and Mills, North Front St.
Telephone Main 1386
DAVIS BELTING CO.
Belting, Roofing and
Selling Agents Nott's Celebrated Leather
Belting! Carey Magnesia FlaxibU Cement
Roofing; Chicago Lace Leather) Rubber
Belting. Belts Repaired.
49 first Street,
, PHONG MAIN 1447
Pacific Blue Points
OVSTERVILLE OYSTER COMPANY
(irowcrn and Shippers of
Eastern Transplanted mi Nativi
Shaalwatir lay Oystirs
Orders Hill o promptly filled at
RAM'S HUKN BLA8TS.
Wan.ta Notes Callltiuc tht Wick U
O service with
boy niny sour the
God's graco Is
Ills latest glory.
There are no
A child lfl God's
agent In the home.
life la the one that Is full of self.
Self throws sand Into the flue wheels
The poorest life Is Uie one without
The more law In the land the fewer
Ho who gives happiness helps others
Fostering passion Is feeding thu
soul on poison.
The labor of love never advertises
Sometimes one sandwich Is worth
many a sermon.
Uklng Is the effect and not the
causo of loving.
Nothing enters the mind without
leaving its mark.
Some people never feel pious until
they get pinched.
It takes tho living Christ to make
the live Christian.
No man was ever pulled down by
lifting another up.
Men will never think alike as long
as they think at all.
A man's position In tho world de
pends on his purpose.
Hotter tho noshing pessimist than
the dreaming optimist.
Tho active saint is never satisfied
with the nimble nickel,
A good many sins walk under tho
name of "Circumstance n."
Tho man without reverence should
not be trusted with power.
A man attract by what is In him
more than by what he has on.
A nickel's worth of religion Is likely
to bo all used up before you got to tho
Judged by some families the world
would not be much better If nil men
QUEER CHINESE BURIAL CUSTOM
lionet of Dead Men Dug Up. I'olUhed
and 1'nt In Jura.
Tho new totnh of tho Kooii-ou-Tomr
npoclntion in tho flrciiipn'it ciMiietcry In
complete, nj'8 tho New Orleans Tlnion
Democrat. The tlnlsliIiiK toiiehi'M huvo
heen put to it, tho memberx of Uui ns
Mclntlon have nswembled within It and
blessed It, mid incidentally Jive Iiiruo
cnrtlicn Jura, reprvhentliiK ' do
parted Clilnamen, hnvo been deposited
there. Of courfco, Uie Jars do not con
tain whole Chlnumen. Kncli vessel is
only a trlflo over a foot in heJirht and
nlwut elKht Indies In dliuneler. Con
sequcntly up uecoinmodntlon for a real
llvo Chlmiman Is contained in each of
tile Jar, which closely resembles a
larRo proaervo Jar.
Tho llvo vcmcIs contalnliiK tho
lonea of tiio live Clilnamen wero
plnced In tho tomb on Thursday. On
that day tho members of the .Soon-on-Tong
asflodntlon ussemliUsI, nml. after
salaaming, iiniylng and hIiiuIiik for
linlf nn hour, during which they nWo
mamiRed to consume a biw iuautlty
of incenso and sacred colored paper,
dedicated Uie new tomb and dcpiwlled
tho rcmalim of live departed brethivn.
l-'ow persons would believe Uie jars
represent coillns but they do In a
sense. The live Chinamen whose re
mains aro contained In these csoN
have been dead for yean:.
Hccontly theli lenialiiH wero ilMu-
tcrred, tho (.liniuds In which they wero
burled wero binned and the Iioihm
wero tiihen out and placed In the Jan.
Itefore being placed In the Jars bow.
nvur. ilin imnes were hea'liil over a
llro until very dry. and were thou
scraped and sandpapered until as
smooth as kulfo blades Ne.t they
were placed In the Jars, After Unit
tho vessels were sealed up nnd labeled,
and Thursday they wero placed In tho
The services held at the tomb wero
not'seen by outsiders. When a stniu
ger approached the ceremonies were
stopped and the Clilnamen Mood silld
ly by awaiting the departure of thu
trespasser. The Koon-on-Tongers wero
busy holding court In memory of their
departed brethren, and wanted no in
terrupUon on the part of outsiders.
The new tomb is of brick, covered
with plaster, and It facade resembles
somewhat a Chinese lonndry ticket.
Forty ordinary vaults for colllns and
eight vaults for the Jars are cont lined
In It There are also two fireplaces
One of these, the larger. Is used t
lmrn the clothes and effects of de
ceased Chinamen, and the other is for
Incense and tho sacred colore 1 paper.
It Is a large affair, and suld to be un
like any tomb In the mited States.
When a member of the assor-lntlo-i
dies tho casket containing him will be.
placed In one of the eollln vaults. Af
ter he has lain there a number of
years his remains will be disinterred,
'his lionwi will bo jwllshed and then
he'll be bottled up and labeled and
placed in one of the Jars.
Jack Miss Heavlun, Uie ikiiiU'-t's
daughter, Is a H. A.
Tom Bachelor of arts, eh?
Jack No; big attraction.
There are but a fow sensible people
In the world ytt they nil agree with
list; t illiwfi!'
THE HOTEL GRAMJON
JOS. DAVIS, Prop.
Superior to Any Hotel in
the City and Equal to the
Best in the State
We Use Mountain Spring Water
Rooms the Finest
AWll.K HOCK IlKHTAUItANT.
1IUCKMAN t CAIirtAGIIAIt, Proprietors.
Kirct CIsm In every rwpect. 0)-lcr i H!cUtly
1019 Bccoiul Htrcct;
The St. Louis
Cafe and Restaurant
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
142 North Sixth St.,
$3.00 PER DAY
kiiti:i:n hkahons why voij
should stop at tub
1st It is tho best hotel on tho
2d It costs no moio than poorer
hotels, uh shown by rates below.
3d Now hotel, now furniture.
lib Kx'.ollent service.
Mh Tho Washington, whllo rl...
In the center of tho city, Is on an no
vation of 200 foet. which liftH you
nbovo tho noise, dust and smoko of
tho stieel hotels.
Cth The hotel Is Bltuntcd In the
center of VA nores of beautiful
grounds, with thousands of roses and
other fragrant floworB to beautify tho
7th Bight hundred feet of wldo vcr
andas surround the hotel, giving to
tho guest opportunities for rest nnd
promenade not found elsewhere.
Sth Tho vlow from tbeso spacious
verandas cannot bo described. Moun
tains, lakes, tho Pound and tho city
itself form ono magnificent panorama
not found onywhoro elbo on earth.
9th Tho hotel lobby, parlors, Turk
8h room, etc., aro oxqulslto, and form
a continuation of comfort and luxury
not often found in hotels.
10th A Dutch grill has recently
boon added, where service may bo
had at all hours.
11th Tho dining room cannot bo
nrfilled. Breakfast and lunch aro
served a la carlo, at most reasonablo
prices, and a tnble d' hoto dinner for
11.00 Is pronounced by all to bo abovo
12th nates Extremely reasonable
Boom, without bath, fl.OO per day
Room, with bath, $2.00 per day and
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Salt Lake City Utah
DtMI'StY & CUDIIItC. Proprietors
Rotes 50c to $1.50 Per Dny ,
A First Class Transient Hotel
Cor. Occidental Ave. and Main St.
Newly fiirnlaheil lUtlm and nil conveniences
DlnliiK Huuin In connection
Hotel Deutsches liaus
MCYtlt & WCRNtR, Propi
Two mlnules walk from the Union Sta
tion. Free Bus to and from every train.
Phone Main 3272.
42'.j Sixth Street
'Him uorvlco to ami from nil traina
mil boats, 23 cents,
TiunltH, each way, 2! cents,
Carrlngo faro (private), CO cents.
Special rates mado to parties for
ono month or moro.
13th Being above tho street and
away from tho nolso, you will enjoy
n night's rest bettor at the Washing
ton than any other hotel In tho city.
Hth Oo to tho Washington and If
you aro not satisfied that It surpassed
all other hotols on tho Pacific Coast
for excellent Bervica nnd reasonablo
prices, your bill will bo nothing.
16th Do not bo decolved by bollov
Ing that r.omo other hotel In tho city
Is as good us tho Washington, for such
lu not tho caso, Tho Washington
utnnds nlana as tho most charming
nnd attractive hotel west of Now
Tho following people huvo stopped
at tho Washington during tho pnst
year i nd hnvo glvon unstinted pralso
and declared that In many respects It
excels any other hotel on tho conti
nent: President Theodore Roosevelt, Win,
II. Moody, Secretary of tjio Navy;
Oov. Odell, of Now York; Baron
llothschlld. Mr. Smith, of tho DoBcorH
Diamond Mines, South Africa; Hon,
Cornelius N. Bliss, Bx-Secretary ot
Interior; Hon. C. 8. Mellon, Prosldont
N. Y. & II, n. By.; Mrs. J. J. Hill,
Louis Hill and J. N. Hill, of tho Croat
Northern By.: 'Hon. Howard Blllott,
President N. P. By.; Adellna Pattl, B.
II. Sothorn, Oov. Brady, of Alaska;
Mme. Nordlca, Muud Adams, Nat
Ooodwln, Mrs. Fiske, all Baymond &
Whltcomb tourists, Blchard Mansfield
and other celebrities of tho common,
clal and professional world,
aw iniiin iinirri i
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