Peculiar to Itself SCHMITZ WINS In combination, proportion and process, Hood’s Sarsaparilla is therefore Peculiar to Itself in merit, sales and cures. . It is made from the best blood-purifying, alterative and tonic ingredients by such original and peculiar methods as to retain the full medicinal value of each and all. The severest forms of scrofula, salt rheum, catarrh, rheu- matism, dyspepsia, and debility are cured every day by Hood’ s Sarsaparilla Sold by druggists. R O fC O fO 100 doses $i. h e For ‘ hoB® who P™fer medicine in tablet form, Hood s Sarsaparilla is now put np in elioco- latad tablet, called Sarutaba, as wall as In the ■aual liquid form. Saraataba hava ldantlcally tbs Or an Begin to take it today. ' same curative properties as the liquid form, besides ! accuracy o f dose, convenience, economy,—there be'ng no loss by evaporation, breakage or leakage | Sold by druggist, or aent promptly by m ail 1 c. I. Hood Co., Low.U, Maas. A a g e l, P o e tle J u s tic e ? Small Boy— Say, mister. (loro’s a sign To fit bis thieving hardihood, In yore winder reiulin' “Boy Wanted." His meanuess small and rank. The man who jumps his board bill should Wot kind uv a boy does youse want? He made to walk the plank. Merchant — A nice quiet boy that — P h ilailolnh in P ro «« doesn’t use naughty words, amuke ciga rettes, whistle around the oltice, pluy H la C a s e . tricks or get Into mischief— “Do you really believe that living ex Small Boy— Gwan ! Youse don’t want penses have Increased 20 per cent In no boy; youse wants a girl. See? the last five years?” Marryat— W h a t! Why, they've In creased 100 per cent at least. Singleton— Nonsense! Marryat— Not at all. Five years ago there was only my wife and I, and now there’s six of us In the family.— Phil adelphia Press. Syrup rffigs o^oixiriifSenna Clc canses the CVsTem l % ct, ually; Dispe Is Colds and Heatt- fies duo to Constipation; - ts naturally, acts .truly as a L a x a tiv e . Best forMen\\(jmon an dCU J- ren -ybu n gan il O ld . % ¿et its l|ene|ieial Effects, Always buy the trenuine vthich has the full name of the Com- a Head oche Art; P ^CALIFORNIA J f o C o . S y r u p m it is manufactured. printed on the front of eve™ package. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS, one size only, regular price 5(Kp«r bottle. INSURE YOUR HEALTH a ™ COMFORT \\ on stormy days r,\ by wearing a tW*» Clean - Light Durable m u le D eam By Its W ork s. New Reporter (handing in his copy) — There seems to be something the matter with that typewriting machine. City Editor (reading the manuscript) — Yes; it seems to need some other man to operate it. WHAT CAUSES HEADACHE From October to May, colds are the most frequent cause o f headache. L A X A T IV E BROMO QUI. N IN E removes cause. E. W. Grove on box. 26c- U tte f A n ta g o n is m . “Why don t those angry statesmen settle their old-time differences with a fight to a finish?” asked one congress man. “No use suggesting it,” answered the other. “They couldn’t be sufficiently harmonious even to agree on the condi tions of a fight.”— Washington Star. A C o n c e rte d B r o a d s id e . When those twenty-six pianola pi anos on board tbe big fleet are banging away at the same thne it will take a nervy enemy to stand up and face the concerted broadside.— Cleveland Plain Dealer. .- The H e ig h t at M a je .t r . “And so she is very queenly? I sup pose she's tbe kind of woman who Is never afraid to enter the grandest drawing room.” “Oh. more majestic than that! 8he’s the kind of woman who's never afraid to enter her own kitchen.”— Brooklyn Life. ____________________ Soreness and 8tifFness. Over exertion, too long continued exercise, sitting in draft for example, cooling off when overheated, indeed anything that tend* to check suddenly t’ie surface circulation, will produce that wearied, sore feeling recognized as «oreness and stiffnees. The best treat- m nt and quickest is tc start up citcu- la ion by rubbing the sore or stiff pait with a soft but reasonably rough sub stance, like a crash or Turkish towel, and apply 8t. Jacobs Oil freely with gentle friction. n ig h l M ake a H it. The Manager— I've got a new Idea for a melodrama that ought to make • hit. The Writer— What is it? The Manager— The idea Is to intro A h e a p i n g t e a s p o o n lu l to a g a l duce u cyclone in the first act that lo n o f h o t w a t e r w i l l c le a n s e will kill all the actors.— Harper's y o u r d is h e s , p la t e s , c u p s , e a r t h Weekly. BORAX en w are, u t e n s i ls c u t le r y fr o m and d ir t k it c h e n and A id e Llarhta o n L i t e r a t u r e gre a se , Walter Scott had just written “Kenil worth.” “ I’ve a great mind to immortalize Win- All dealers. Sample, Booklet and Parlor Can! Game “Evanston and “ W H IZ” 10c. Pacific Coast Borax Co.. Oakland, C i nelka next,” he said. Vilmette, of course, are impossible.” No. 11 -C Ö P N U Perhaps— who knows?— the great nov elist had been haled before magistrates in H E N w r i t i n g t o a d v e r t i s e r « p le a s e those two towns and fined for exceeding m e n t io n t h i s p a p e r . the speed limit.— Chicago TribuLe. l e a v i n g n e it h e r t a s t e n o r s m e ll. [W T h e re Is O n ly O ne “ Bromo Quinine” T h a i la Laxative Bromo Quinine U SED TH E W ORLD O V ER TO O U R E A O O LO IH O ! « O A V . Always for remember this signature the full on name. every box. SWA, Look 25c. •p r m r X * OUT Supreme Court Finds Fatal De lects lu Indictment. RUEF’S PLEA ALSO NULLIFIED Seven Judge* Unanimous in Holding T h a t Facts 8tat*d O o Not Constitute C rim e . An additional dispatch received at Pensacola from Admiral Thomas, dated on board the Minnesota at 8 o’clock last night, is as follows: “ The position of the fleet at this moment is latitude 14.37 north, longi tude 11)2.01 weBt.” in silver and 5 cents postage for our new portfolio "ARCHITECTURE OF DOSE, WEST i RE1N0EHL” Containing the views, floor plans, ap proximate conta and other data o f about 60 residences; bunjralows; store, flat and apartment buildings, etc., etc. DOSE, WEST t REINOEHL $ 2 6 0 0 .0 0 Contracting Architects W ill Build Thh Modem 8-Room H our . Special price of complete plan., .pacifi cations end detail, only $15.00 Oriental Block. Dept. F SEATTLE, W ASHINGTON W .L D 0 V G L A S f r A S v SH O ES/^Vr > 35 ? > 39? O f TMC FAMILY. ■»CM. BO YS. WOMCM. « ! • • € • AMP CMILORCN jtjjm W. L fe-te $ 4 «TtSm Op SbtM Cmd b fenlM Al ta? We ^ 7 o r - ( A I ’T I O V . W. L. Dolida» name and price ta stamped on bottom. T a k e We AwfeetUaa««. A.sk Your OwnDoctor K Æ uers C A S TO R IA IT’S FREE “ SEND FOR IT N O W ” Till Kind You Have Always Bought J. J. B U T Z E R con d itio n , hearin g w ill be destroyed fo rev er; nine cases ou t o f ten are caused by Catarrh, which is n oth in g but an inflam ed cond ition oi the mucous surfaces. We w ill g iv e One Hundred Dollars for any case o f Deafness (caused by ca ta rrh ) that can not be cured by H a ll’s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. C H E N E Y A CO .,Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 76c. Ta..e H a ll’s F a m ily P ills for constipation. S T PATRICK Drove all the snakes from F a t ile W is d o m . IRELAND “What your husband doesn’t know about race horses,” said the friend of the family, “isn’t worth knowing.” “Yes,” auswered young Mrs. Tor- kins; “and what Charlie does know about them Isn’t worth knowing, eith er.”— Washington Star. S-JACOBS OIL Drives all aches from the body, cures Rheumatism, Neuialgiaand C O N Q U E R S P A IN 25c.— A L L D R U G G IST S — 60c* M e r e ly an In q u ir y . What has become of the old-fashioned man Who could edit a paper on this simple plan Of NOT asking the question which al ways began : “What has become of the old-fashioned man” ? Agricultural Club at Idaho University By J. H. Frandson, Idaho Experiment Station, Moscow The formation of an Agricultural club on the 19th of December marked an important event in the history of the agricultural department of the univer sity of Idaho. The club is intended to promote a more lively feeling towards F L E E T T A - K S T O M A R E IS L A N D agricultural work among the studei Wireless Commurrlcstlon at Distance and to interest the farmers of the state In the college. Several methods will of 2 600 Miles. be used in carrying out this work, the San Francisco, March 10.— The bat principal one of which w ill be the pub tleship fleet came into direct communi lishing of a magazine known as the Ida cation with Mare Island yesterday, the ho Student Farmer. Toe first and only message being the first this coast has number of the present scholastic year received Irom the warships. Commun will be published in a short time. Be ication was had by wireless for a dis ginning next fall a quarterly w ill be tance of 2,600 miles, the message being printed. This magazine will take np from the battleship Maine of E iane’ subjects of the utmost Interest to farm fleet. Yesterday morning the operator ers and to agricultural students. Your at the wirelese elation at Mare Island, name and 10 cente to cover postage sent in responding to the call of hie instrn- to the Idaho Student Farmer, Universi ment, was surprised to discover he was ty of Idaho, Mo-cow, will secure a oopy in direct communication with the of the first number. Maine. Though 2,600 miles away, the message was clear. Communication O f Interest to Farm ers, was soon cat off on «c o u n t of other The following publications of interest stations interru! ti ig. to farmers and others have been Issued by the Agricultural department of the C astro Much Agitated Federal government and will be furn New York, March 10.— President ished free, so long as they are availa Castro, of Venezuela, is showing much ble, except where otherwise noted, up anxiety over the attitude taken by the on application to the Superintendent United Statee in regard to the status of o( Documents, Government Printing claims of Americans against that coun Office, Washington, D. C.: try. This was shown, it was stated Circular No. 58.— Irrigation in the today, by his recall to Caar.as, ct Au Valley of Loet River, Idaho. By Albert gusta F. Pulido, until recently secre Eugene Wright, agent and expert, irri tary of the Venezuelan legation in gation Investigations, office of expe»'- Washington, Pulido, in the absence •nent stations. Pp. 24. of a Venezuelan minister at W ashing Bulletin No. 73.— Irrigation in t! 0 ton, was the charge d ’affaires, and Rocky Mountain States. By J. C President Castro wants him to make a Ulrich. Pp. 64, pis. 10. Price 10 personal report on the situation. cents. Explains the agricultural con San Francisco, March 10.— Dr. Km- ma Merritt, executrix of the (State of Adolph Sntro, was given pennhsion today by Judge Coffey to apply the $47,000 Insurance money received after the destruction of the Cliff house to ward the erection of a new building. The petition was opposed by Attorneys J. F. Bowie and Joseph Mayer, who represented lonr of the heirs. Bowie ■till the heirs he represented had no objection to rebuilding the Cliff house, bat thor ght the heirs should have the direction of expending t ie money. I t f l « « e t t e !Fot I n v o l v e d . The r «M l w «r . Mr«. Hendricks (the landlady)— Can T b « doctor had told one of his best, I help yog to some more soup, Mr. President Bryan Com pare* School* but tbe professor did not crack t smile. “You snd that story have met before, Dumley ? With Those o f Europo. perchance,” be said. Mr. Dumley— No, thanks. Prea dent E . A. Bryan, of the W ash “Yes,” answered the professor; “per Mr*. Hendricks (engagingly— Don’t ington State college, has returned from Cbsuncey M. Depew.” refuse. Mr. Dumley, because It lan’t his to ir of the European capitals, and considered good form to be helped at prasent is preparing a series of lec PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. tures, ttie subjects of which he gathered r A Z O O IN TM E N T is gua ant**ed to cure any twice to soup. W e’re not particular i o f Itch in g, Blind, deeding or Protru din g people here. while abroad. President Bryan's trip case P ile » in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c. Mr. Dumley— Oh, etiquette has noth If he tells you to take Ayer’s was something in the nature of an in ing to do with It. madam. It's tbe vestigation of modern education, both C h e rry P e cto ra l fo r y ou r O n e Independent V i e w . •out».— Pearson’s Weekly. technical and classical, as found in tbe “ For my part,” said Mrs. Lapaling. severe cough o r b ro n c h ia l most advanced and greatest educational with strong feeling. “ 1 think a man that H . W a. W illi,,. trouble, then take it. If he has inatitutiona of nations. Before leaving abiiKos his hors«* should be incarsonsted In the morning mall the busy editor America he visited several of Amertoa's at once. We ought to exercise the utmost found the following letter written on anything better, then take that. most famous institutions, and both In ol)MequioiiNue*8 to dumb brutes.”— Chi a postal card : ”I>ear8lr: I have Just But we know what he will say; England and on tbe continent called at cago Tribnue. graduated from R oorresiiondenoe school for doctors have used this the w orld’s best known centers of learn of Journalism. Would you like to hare G ood I n t e n t io n s . ing. His conclusions were recently cough medicine over 60 years. “ So,” Bn Id the bunker, severely, “you me write for your paper? J. Alexander stated^a follows: I hive ased Ayer’s Cher McNutt.” "* Ms, bed coughs, and Innuenn. is __ . “ I believe th* time is not remotely are hoarding these new gold pieces !” done me greet eat pood, end I believe It le th« Seizing his trusty pencil, the busy “No,” said the common citizen, “I distant when the educational institu mediarne In the world (o r ell throet end lung trouble*,” E l i C. S t d a a t , tions of the West, meaning the western am not exactly hoarding them. But 1 | editor dashed off the following In re Albany, Oregou. part of the United States, w ill be fully feel that their artistic Influence is ao ply : “Dear J. A le x : Certainly we as efficient, and as famed aa the best bad that It Is my duty to keep as many 1 would be pleased to have you write for universities and colleges of the old of them as possible out of the hands of our paper. Kindly addrese your letter . . . f ÍA M A M O U . : to the circulation manager and lucloee world. The tremendous fund of natu the public.”— Washington Star. the regular subscription price." NA1U VI00R. ral wealth In Western states, tbe rapid development row in progress, the geo K eep th e b o w e ls open w ith on* of Only One “ BROMO QUININE." graphical position with reference to the Ayer’s P ills a t b e d tim e , lu s t one. Thet in L A X A T IV E BROMO Q U IN IN E . Look new commercial empire cf the Pacific, for the signature o f K. W. GROVE. Used the f o r Infants and Children. W orld over to Cure e Cold in One Day. ’/6c. and th* wide awake nature of Western people make these things certain. I t a O n ly l a r k . Never again will mon have a Western Nevada Man— I tell you, sir, nature frontier to look to when seeking new The Bost Fruit Tree and Berry Plant B ears the has done a great deal for this State. j Catalog in the Northwest homes for the expansion of new idea9. S ign ature of Tourist (from the F ast)— Why, yes. ■ Humanity has made its path around the All you need is to get a few people to globe, and now, at the journey’s end, come and live here.— Chicago Tribune. 192 F r o n t S t., P o r t la n d . O r e g o n the Pacific coast, must there be an up H ie O b s tin a te D is p o s it io n . Mrs. Kawler— I hope you are ell well. building, and intensive, rather than ex P * T O 8t. Vitus’ Panes ana all Incrvous Diseases Mrs. Nay bur— O, yes, we’re well J 1 1 O permanently cured by Dr. Kline's (lr«-at I tensive, development of all institu Kerve Restorer. Herd for F R E E $2 trial bottle and enough now— particularly my husband. treatise. Dr. It. H. KU.ic, Ld. 831 A r c h hit., P h ils.,F a I tions. W bat this means to the people of the West they do not at present fully That’s what provokes me. All the rest K new I t L ik e a B ook . comprehend. But the progress of of us have had the grip, but he won’t even take a slight cold. Night School Teacher— I don’t sup- , events nowadays is very rapid, and tbe pose, of course, that any of you boys is work of these new forces will b* evi < ln e e n o f t h e S e a s . familiar with Virgil. dent within only a few years.” Bobby Du Barry— I ’d have you know 'Shaggy Haired I'upil— I ort to be, that my ancestors came over on the ma’am. It’s about six miles from Spoon O ld Superstition Refuted, river. I was born there. Mayflower. By J. L. Ashlock, Washington State College^ Tommy Tuff— I>at so? Why didn't Pullman. Mo aers w ill find Mrs. W inslow ’ s Soothing The results of an experiment, which d?y come over on the LudYtunla? Byrup the b st rem edy to use for th eir c h lld iea du rin g the teeth in g period. for the paet fifteen years has been in Deafness Cannot Be Cured progress at tbe state experiment sta A n In fo r t n n a t a In te r r a p tIo n . tion, completely refutes the old super by local applications, as they cannot reach the dincased portion o f the ear. Th ere is o n ly one “Oeorge was just going to propose to stition that a cold January and Febru way to cure deafnes*, and that is by con stitu me last night.” ary is apt to be followed by a warm tion a l remedies. Deafness is caused by an in flam ed co n d ition o f the mucous lin in g o f the “And wliat happened?” March and A pril, or that one year of Eustachian Tube. W hen this tube is inflam ed “A tire blew up. and then be eouldn’t With seventeen mills engaged exclo- an average low temperature is apt to vou h ave a ru m blin g sound o r im norf jc t h ear ing, a id when it is en tirely closed, Deafness is think of anything else.”— Cleveland sively in the business, (Germany leads la be followed by a year In which the the resu 't, and unless the inflam m ation can be I rhe manufacture of tissue paper. taken ou t and this tube restored to its normal Plain Dealer. temperature w ill average higher. San Francisco, March 10.— The Su preme court yesterday handed down a decision denying the application of the prosecution in the San Francisco b rib ery.graft cases for a rehearing alter a decision by the D strict court of A p peals iu the case of ex-Mayor Kugene E. Schmitz, convicted of extortion In the French restaurant cases. Without a dissenting vote among the seven justices, the court sustained the appel late court in its decision that the in dictment upon wldch Schmitz was con victed was defective in that it did not aver that Schmitz was mayor; .that Ruef, his co-defendant, was a political boss practically in control if the city; that as such they were in a position to exercise power and undue influence over the policecommissioners, and that it did not show that Schmitz resorted to unlawful means in threatening to have liquor licenses withheld. “ The decision demonstrates,’ ’ said ex-Mayor Schmitz, “ that the highest court in the state believes what I have always claimed, that I was removed from office and railroaded to prison.” “ The contention of the respondent that the appeal was prematurely taken,” says the Supreme ¿curt, “ lias no merit. The court is unanimous in the opinion that the District court of Appeals was correct in its conclusion that tbe indictment was insufficient in that it did not show that the injury to the property threatened by the defend ant was an ‘unlawful injury.’ ” This decision practically nullifies Ruef’s plea oi guilty to the same charge, invalidates the remaining four extor ProfesB- r George Severance now has tion indictments againet the ex-mayor the compilation of the weather data in and Ruef, arid will enable Schmitx to charge, and states the summarization gain his liberty on bail after eight of results as follows: months’ confinement in thecounty jail. “ For the paBt fifteen years the ex periment station has kept a close rec ord of the temperature of ea:h day of G R E A T F E A T O F W IR E L E S S . the year, striking an average between the temperature of morning and even Message From Fleet in Pec fic la Re ing, which we call the ‘ mean tempera ceived at Pensacola. ture.’ H aving kept the record for a Washington, March 10.— About the month the custom has then been to get last place that the Navy department the average ‘mean’ for the entire expected to hear fiom the Atlantic bat month. In this way we have com tleship flotilla for at least six months pared the temperatures of eaoh period was on the Atlantic coast, yet this is of January and February with the tem what happened. The Navy department perature of the following March and today received a telegraphic message A pril periods for the past Jjfteen years, from its wireless station at Pensaoola, and we find that the variations from which had been in direct communica the rule for determining what the tern tion with tbe battleship fleet, a most peratnre of spring will be by the tem remarkable performance, considering perature of winter, of one year by aver that the wireless impulses were obliged aging the temperature of another, are to traverse the G ulf of Mexico, then ■o frequent that it ie proved that the croeB overland the state of Texas, part weather of one year or month, or sev of Mexico, and again cross several hun eral months, is absolutely no index to what subsequent temperatures w ill be.” dred miles of ocean. Rebuild the C liff House. SEND FIFTY CENTS W E S T 18 A D V A N C IN G . ditions pr-vailing and the methods of acquiring and using water for irrigation pr:diced in that portion of the arid region coveiel more particularly by the states of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho and Montana, in which the con dition! and mehods are somewhat sim ilar. ____________________ o ra n ge S yro p . Allow to ein-h pint sweet, strained orange Juice a little of the grated yel- ow (ieel and one pound of sugar. The grated peel and Juice of a lemon may also l>e added, to give it zest if de ll red. Cook fifteen minutes, skimming is gram arises. Strain, bottle and seal. This Is a most refreshing addi Chines* Hold Masting. Canton, China, March 10.— A mon tion to tlie various summer cup* or ster meeting was held here tonight to for use In sweet sauces. resist tbe demand of the Japanese gov Scalding the mtlk for custard pi* ernment for the release of the Tatau adds greatly to Ita flavor. An addition M ara. The meeting was attended by * of a teaapoonful of brown sugar or great number of prominent personages molasses Is also helpful. who vigorously asserted China’s rov Htiiineh I'I p . erign rights. A resolution was adopt Peel the *qua*Ii — n yellow .»ne— i sd to the effect that, failing the confls with wnt* cation of the ship and her cargo, a boy cut Into piere*. Cover cott would be inaugurated against Jap enough to keep It from burning nn •tew until very w>ft. Rub It throug anese manufacturers. a sieve, add to n quart of the pulp quart of milk, one cup of *ugar, eljr' Mutiny in C aracaa Fatta. Caracas, March 4, vis Port of Spain, egg« beaten very light, and «pi v * Ib’flt well, (tour Into *111 .»;» March 10.— An uprising occurred here tftftte, ” last night in a barracks, tb* soldiers cni«t iltd bike nn*il A teanpoonful of pulverized tiara killing their commander, General Mesa The mutiny was quelled only after a mixed with the common «to r« pollib number of aoldiera had bean shot. will fiv e • wonderful polish. WHERE DID CHARLES SWEENEY GET HIS WEALTH? W H Y did the O. R. & N. build into Washington? L E A D M IN E S . morial? the world? The answer: M IN E S — M IN E S — W H A T M A D E Senator Stanford and built his beautiful me M IN E S . W hy not »uch results since mining is the staple industry of L E A D IS R E G U L A R A N D C E R T A IN , the market always calling and more, while tha price does not fluctuate as with other o f the baser metals. for more M IL L IO N S H A V E B E E N M A D E FROM L E A D , and the best part o f the story is the fact that the mall investor has always had an equal chance with the man of large means. POOR MANY A F A R M E R , laboring man, mechanic and employe have come into vast riches by small investments in lead. WE OFFER YO U TH E SAME OPPORTUN ITY accepted by Sweeney, Spokane’s millionaire, snd the same opportunity accepted by other Spokane men who built the City o f Spokane, by placing on the market the first block of treasury stock of T H E A M E R IC A N L E A D M IN E S C O M P A N Y — 100,000 shares at F IV E CENTS PER SHARE. Washington; Our company is incorporated under the laws of the State of capital stock $1,500,000; no debts; no incumbrance; property paid for; stock nonassessable. OUR MINES ARE LOCATED but fifty miles from the famous Cceur d ’Alenes District. W e are in the same mineral belt and lie between that district and Rossland, British Columbia—eight miles from Idaho and six miles from the British Columbia boundary. being 4pne the year round. Our climate is equable, open and mild, work There is great activity on every hand at Metaline; large operators are turning in that direction and she bids fair to rival the camps in the Cceur • d ’Alenes. D O N ’T P R IC E IS L O W . OVER LOOK the magnificent opportunity to B U Y W H IL E THE Full particulars upon application. The L. Y. Keady Investment Co. 3 3 7 -3 3 9 Chamber PUTNAM of Commerce Portland, Oregon FADELESS DYES Color mors goods b rlfh U r and tastar c o lo n than any other dye. On* 10c package colon aUk. w o o l and cotton equally watt and la guaranteed to giva partaci resulta. Ask dealer, or w o w ill sand post paid at 10c a rita tor trae boo' ‘ ' i n d a»fa cour*. M O N R O E ------- h e w to dye, ------" Meachland ■ D R U G tP(5oM #A N T^i Quincy, Illinois.