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f I*l ■:> l\r Ctlltl * NCHIh
v •> Mill •> tamer
They Favor a Big Reception to be
Given in Honor of the First
Quit* a number of well known women of KealtU hay* *ipre*ae 1 to
th* Star their optnlona . nn.i rnlrut the i t >t">a*d i«lebrati'H in h Mt "f
th* return uf the Flrat Washington \<.lunteer* It will be notued ihe.l
•II of «h«m are In favor af « >ouii>inr>l effort lo do something Ihoi
will be a crvll to th* commun.ty
"I think everything sttoSJla ka .l-.ne f.>r the Waahlngton boy* .>n
Ihelr return." aaiJ Mn J.hn (•..itina They ahould be r*«-rlve-1 In a royal
manner I think all the la.iira In R*allle ar* o( on* mind, and will (a.
all in their pu<a*r to make th* day a auoriea."
"I believe that something ought to he d<>ne to neMrt th* *»ldler*
•poo their return, and am willing in . •ntriliut* towards a fund for a big
celebration. aai.l Mr* K>i*Ter t, ticrene
'We ought to feirbnatethe home-coming ot Ike Washington boy« from
Manila In aom* suitable manner." »«i I Mr*. A 1. llutcbtnson. "It
would be ntir If they could cl her* about the Fourth of July, then w*
could have on* big cvlrbrali >n It «uut.l necessarily have M l~- out
•r door*, so that all could partirlr-aatr Th* U4l<* ousht la gel together
and take some united action in this matter. A* to raising foods, my
eiperienr* haa been that the *a«ie*t and best way I* by personal solicit
at ion. Ot lourse, other plan* could b*> worked at th* *4in* time "
"That la Just what w» ought to do, gtv* th* volunteer* an elegant
recepthT.. ■ said Mr* %V T. Ik* are "A oommttt** of ladt**
•hould be railed together an I offer suggestions as in what kind -t a
program should be prepared. lam in fur giving • grand reception "
**I would au*g**t that *ome *ort of entertainment which would
apeak kMid**l of peare." aald Mr*. Marlon Hamter. national .<rganli-r of
the W. C T. V.: "Women of th* nineteenth <*ntury are leading In
the agitation for universal p**<-« andarbltratlon It might not be Improp
er to meet th* autdler* with weapon* of warfare that ar* garlanded with
flower* and Him proi>hrti« *ucc«*tlon* of th* time when war ahall
reaae I would *u««*«t putting up little collection boxeo In bank*, poat
•Rlc« and (Very plar* of budae**, to r*r*ive the amall eontrtbutlonf of
th* people.t It la *urpnaing how lb**w little*- amount up. It ahoutd
t» a popular »übacripii■..-
... ■-.-, .... ,--.,„.„., .■ .._-» .«....- —-» ->J»-.- *-
* " 'fin. ilka t>..jr. •..tn*thni« t* »at «ts.l drink, and furni«h them with
' r,»« rtotbaa II they n»»l UMM." «att Mr* Rratiua Hr«in«rl "H«n ■
rr»*r»m pr»[>*r«l. and appoint > rimmiiiM la m»«i ih*m »< lh« train
or boat on t&«tr tirral lam heartily in favor of ihlnt. and *oul J
■ mar up all olftil It n*crsaary to b«lp i>r»parc a ■uitabl* c*t»bration,"
:. That I* an *xc*ll*nt Idea." aaid Mr* It. 1 t>odd*. of th* Colby
»oum. I would b* In favor of anything which a commute* would d*
cid* upon. Th* Sadie* of Dealt!* shoukl lend every effort to make th.
returning demonstration In honor ef our euldler boy* a »ur«-*a* Have a
liv* roeaanltta* appointed, and b* *ur» and haiv* hum of the ladle* of the
city placed on It."
"I think It would be am to «iv* *am* aort of an outdoor entertain
tnatit. ■ aaid Mi.. Kmm* «humway. of the High acbool faculty. "Hut I
Would have to think th* matter orer !»«f»r* »u««e*ting anything. Our
fcla-n *cnool cadet* will t* lnter«*ted b**au*e Mveral of lh#m are In In*
army, and lam aure they would b« rla<l to participate. lam In favor
•f taklnc up » private »übacrlpion f«r the expense* n*ce**ary to make
a *acce*aful d*mon*lratlon. If eotlactlon* are to be taken up among
th* school children, let the cadeta take hold of It."
Thar* c«n b« nothing too #;o/>d for the boy*." aald Mr* Jamea !•
ff.ig.. Jr. "It mni to m* the ladlt* iught to ge< together and formu
late aome plan*. 1 ahall be gla<l to aaaial In any way "
" It is my intrntion to «prx)int, without df Uy, ten fn<rnb«?rs of
the MMaMM i allrl for hy rtv<luti"n of the- city council to prepare
(of » to It brati'.n «h.n the W.i.shiiut.n volunteers return home."
Such was the suttmcnt made this morning by Mayor Humes
to • '«(rcsentative of The Star.
"Y'.u m.iy add," continuni the mayor, "that this committee,
In so far as I shall appoint its m< rnhrrn, will be of a rcprc.vnt.itivi
Clara ttr. It will stand for trn- p«op|p of the city. There la no
question of politics imolvi d in such an affair. The citizens are
ready and anxiou-> to do honor to the Washington volunteers when
they return home, and the icKhr jtion should he on a large scale, |
C'mim iisurati- with the importance of the occasion. I have not,
! on the p< rsonm I of the committee, hut will make
v . ut >>i my s«-lei H«M within a few days."
\tm louiifil rt-s«lution provnli.l th.it the mayor should be
u ke.' ' OMMHUC of ten m.'mN-rs, of which he should
! n, to Ml in lonjuiii tion with .mother t« n to be appointed
! ■ |of MMMTCti 'o f.||M funds by public subscription,
; r .mil carry through the celebration.
DcMvvy Locates Vorktovvn's Men.
WASHIMOTOM May I.—Admiral Dew«y cabled thla mornlnar that
•II of thu men of th.'Yorktown'a cutter cr.w had boil captured by
Hp«nia.d*. with lh« .xreptlon of th* a.yen now at th« Filipino headquar
ter* at ranlffdro. The Torktown'a crew wtnt anhor* to r«llev« th«
ft-naiMTHs. r ho were reported to b« besleired by Filipino*.
J ilipino Ijinovs A«atii Hcpulscd.
MANILA, m, 3.-Th« I'lllplno envoy* hart unntii.r conference with
lli'.n that <i truce •hotiM I.« docr.rcl until th« Filipino conarr.. roiil-1
M«-t an* a.urmlnt - ... or not tli« Filipino -rmjr i.hnui.l .urr.-,|-r
tv U.c Amerkans. Th«r w*nt«4 three month!' Haft •rmlitlc*
TIIE SEATTLE STAR.
HEATTI.K. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY BVKMIKO, MW J, Ih<m».
In rover Hi. ■ -niirr archlpaltgo. <len*ral Oil* abruptly refused their r«
--■ |iit«i mitt ids envoys returned ti> Agulnaldo. ,'
The Kill pinna hay* been (lengthening then llnea »ti«r«rtr pos
sible. I'nirp. they ram* I" lermii at out* a forward movement tit In*
American! may be *ip*ct*d Into th* northern province*.
Filipino (.a me Did Not Work. 1
.*■"■ - . .^, ■ *.
MAMI v May rSßefwJ. Law ion resumed hla advance northward
t"-Uv. marching from lUllnair. At I'ulliium yesterday ■ troop of Ih*
fourth cavalry encountered a small body of Insurgents, *. ho failed to
return the fir* of mm aoldlers, but hoisted a Rag of true* m tin- par*
ley which fallowed, they c»|ilalncd that they had order* to atop tight*
in* pending negotiation* for an armlatlce, Th* Americana gave them
half an hour la leave th* country. They left.
A Itpanlnh prisoner hi.main lota the American tine* today says that
Hale a brigade !intiri,.| terrlbl* punlshmrnt on the Filipino* during th*
fighting at qulngua laat week. ll* claim* that more than Mo native*
were killed, and many ■»•*■ wound
Th* mpply ahlp ('!. land hai arrived In Manila bay.
The War Will lie Pushed.
vVAHHINHT<>\ I' C, May (.—The news from Manila Indicating a
delay In th* pur* negotiation*, ram* aa a surprise to th* War depart
ment. II la slated by tb* olDclala In charge, that there will be M M
up in vicennial* prosecuting th* •ampa If n until the mtplnoa conclude
to aurrender uncondltloßally.
The Conspiracy Against Dreyfus.
I'AltlH. May I—Th* Journal today prlnta the evidence of M. D*
crlon. on* of i\>l. Henry* agent*, before th* i'i>urt of <'aaaatlnn Th*
wltn»sa aa:l that h* had forced a*»v*ral documents against Dreyfua at
Henry's order, and had broken Into Mr» Dreyfus' apartments to secure
samples of brr husbaod'a writing.
Volunteers Will Come Home.
WAHIII.NUT'iN, May 1 —Th» poeelbl* renewal of th* war In th*
Philippine* consequent upon the failure of p«ai-« negotiation*, will make
no aWtafaajaa 1,1 th* plan* of the War department for relieving th* valun
leer rr(im*nta The**, Including the Plr*t Washington, will b* t>r.iu(ht
home from Manila a* aoun a* the aubetitution of tb« regular* an t>«
McKinley Tackles the Beef.
«AKHINi!Ti>N, May I.—Th* rreeldent today began th* consider*. '
lion if the report of th« beef board. H* will probably finish It in a day
or two, when It will b« r*lurn*d to th* War department. II II aald he
will request that *..me of the tt»-«foua Itnruic ua*d In reference to army
officers b* modified. ,
A Senator Loses Money at Faro.
Ni;\v T'KK May I—Th* at..ry la afloat that a well known United
•tat*« senator from a weatern alat* lost 1,0,000 in a faro (am* hare thai
ended Monday moraine Ilia name la oat given
Philadelphia Has a Big Fire.
I'IIPKI.I-IIIa. May I —The building and content* of th* Trlancl*
Clothe* company, on* of the largest concerns in the city, waa completely
deelroyed by fire ihl« mornlnff. Th* high wind carried aparka to adjoin*
Ing property, and fur awhile a general conflagration **«m*d Imminent,
owing to (real exertion* on the part of the fire department, the flarnea
wet* prevented from spreading. TIM lo*a la placed at about uaa.aM
Italian Ministry Has Resigned.
ROME. May I — Th* !*ol!*ui mlnlalry ha* resigned, owing 14 parlla
meatary u|<pa»lll4M| to Ila Chine** |>m»ey.-—*«^->-^» »-**/-••• -ye><» —• •*
. .; r-,:r^;-i — \<:l* ■ "\ m ;
Peace (Commissioners Start for Europe.
NEW TOHK. May i -"'th Low. Capt. Mahan and Frederick Hals.
the American delegate* to th* Curl International pear* conaTta*. sail*
•d for Europe today. »... tfj \,, <w ,.
Herbert Bowen Goes to Persia.
WA«miNCtTr>M. May I —Tre Pr<-«ldent today appointed Herbert
Bowen. of New Tork, aa in r..t.»r nt thai United B-.alej to Perala
Spaniards and Portugese in a Riot.
Hirvn.!.!■:. Hpaln, May —A rial oerurred today between llpanlarda
ar rortuKuee* at th* far «t Noveroa. Troopa wtr* cat.'* out to mala*
tain ordtr. |
Lawyer Cclyar Becomes a Maniac.
NEW TOrtK, May I—Lawyer A. B. Celyer Jr. conf*e**d to having
tried to *• Nlcholaa Herkman ehtef wltnesa acaJnat lloland Mollimui.
out of th* (tat* on a chars* that kman wat an ti.ronvlct from
TVnneaaee, haa con* raving; mad In hi* cell
ARMY POST SITE
■MM Addlaon O. Fouler, Con
«""min Franc I • \V fuahman and
'• i>*r-«aman Waa'ey 1. Jon»a. M
<-.>m|>anl'd by Commandant Or**n,
of the I 1 pi Orchard naval (Cation;
■ ■>. Oravea. preaident of th* cham
ber of Rimmtrrt; Capt, W. W Hob
lna<n. *i-**nator John 11. Allen. anl
Ueut. WyrkofT. D. H. N. war* In
•pectin*- th» army P«at ill* at M»«.
nnlla Hluff thll f >r«noon Hhnrtlr
before noon th* party left for Port
Orchard on board th* irov*rnment
tug Aidv*. wh»r» •hio afternoon la
balnc <[.. nl In Inspecting th* naval
Th* vlalt today la th*flr«t official
vi.it Senator Fo«t»r and •"•onjtraa
mrti Cunhman and Jonra hava paid
iaMttla Hrv»r«l wtaka aa*n Senator
F.»«i»r replied favorably to a l»lt*r
**nt out 17 rjal tliambtt of com*
MM r*latlv« to him and hla col
l»aaru->a |.«vlr» ■ vl»!i to th* naval
• (■lion at for! Orchard. - ll* ata'rd
that h« l-«ii«l to t><-rnm» [f >>n
ally acquainted with th* n#»l» «f
th- atatlnn, »> he would b« Hi* '"
further th« lrt>i»"t« of th* vovcrn
■MMM mc>r» i n«hly.
I Thllr .v nltiK th* threw nfflrlala will
b* entertained at the Italnl*r rlub,
after which thty will I"- tak*n to the
, Beattl* th.«l»r. * ...•.—' ■> J.
Mr I. Homeyo, who h«a be*n In
rharite of th* Heattl* Japanese enn
nutate alTalra tot hla Imperial maj
esty, will leave phnrtly for Japan on
a one year'a leave of aba«nr« I>ur-
In* that time hi* oftlca will bn or
cuple<l hy Horn Narlla. who la ex
pected to arrive her* from tin Orient
on the Itlojun M 11 ii. which li >)u»
Friday. ; '
Mr. Hnmeyo «<»'• direct to Tallin,
where hi" parent* renlde», lie <•%■
preaae* himself a* well pleased with
Heattl* and ban made m my friend*.
At the expiration of a year ha will
probablly return to Hi-aitla.
A fire In room »» In th» Victoria
hotel .in Flrirt avenue, between Hen
eea nnd Ilnlverilly atreeU. called
out the flral department thl« after
noon. Tho Inmat* of th* room had
be* r»m«pkln«t and a apark act the
»of» In the room on firr, but It waa
extln«ul»h«d. Tho '"«« "•• about
120. .''*' .
Th* bank clearancea today wfr*
121.1,112,»i. aa4 th* kalancM war*
Th* Idaho Strike.
w-.\iin.Ni:ii. lUh ■ Mar 1 — The
people here ar* breathing more
easily I •■!•> Company M, Twenty
fourth lnf*ntry colored, arrived her*
early r«iinlir morning. "portly ■
»fl*rwards Company 11, Twenty- I
fourth Infantry, arrtv* fly tomor
row at least MO troop* will be her*. '
and such resistance mull be given
a* would annihilate a large army of ;
'I. i ■ t*i 11. C. Merrlam. rnmmand- |
rf of th« department of Colorado, la
eipected her* at any time. He la j
Accompanied by troop F, Captain
Walsh, « hi. lift IlolM at in clock
About seventy eltlsen* have aim
been armed, and HOD round* have
been distributed among them. .
The Inquest, which will b* held
some lime today, will be a double
on*, a* James Cheyne, who wma abet
by the rioter*, died yesterday after*
noon In Spokane. Th* body of Jack
Hmltb I* •'III h*r* Attorney Hen
rral Hayes will arrlv* today to con
duct the ln.|u»«t.
TV- tl'>tt>l Toltr. Inr.iM M Tnlle,
a •■•ill town on th« Bnoqualml*
about Iwenty-on* mil** from H»«ttle,
j waa totally destroyed by ftre on th*
rv»nln» of April 11. The biilMlna- I*
owned by Dr. P*tti>r»oi» <if Fremont.
It I* IhoiirHl that the blaae wa* of
About two weeka prevlnua th»
bulldlnß in »• i'iipiF'l by a man and
hi* wife. They were notified hr !>r
I'atlerann to vacate th* premlaen.
The hotel waa lh>ri occupied by a
man aent by Dr. r*tt*r*on to lank
after It. At mldnlßht In th* even>
Inn of the Ilth, penona p***tn* by
the building e<tw flamea *noot|n|[ out
through the window*. Th* nrru
pant «*■ aeen maklna: feebl* effort*
to *itlnitul*h 'ii» flame* by mean* of
a bucket of water. Th» flrat waa
limn beyond control, and the building
wa* ' .Ti"i)ni«-'i It I* *ald that the
hotel ■*«■ Inaurnl. Th* new* waa
brought hern by W. If. I<ord. a
rancher, realdln* at Toll*. who la
registered at th* I)lll*r.
KKVTi:.'*TII..UC, Mo.. May I.—J.
Mualrk .1 M |»t i'il to commit fili
cide thl* morning by hanging him
•■•lf at hi* farm, three mill** went
He iv*« dlacovered by hi* wife, and
plaaterer* at work on th* houa* rut
him down. lie i* in • pri>rar|ou«
''.ndtlliin I 'iar,n ll.in over n Iwl
deal he made In land a few WKiath*
ago la i>.ilel t* •• Urn *■—i *f him
For Cigar* Bearing the Coun
D»f>uty Collector ut Int.m il Itev-
• nue It W lluwen. left for Kverelt
thl* morning fo» the |mhik>s* nf eon
tinning hla ••an h fur tmt*a of r|a>.
•ta hearing 4h« b .gu« ravenue stain|>.
Whili- away he will alao vil<-n<l in*
lnv**llgatlmui m atnoh>inii*h. Mount
Vernnn. Maryavllle ant other taaaaj
In that vifiiiii>
It la elated thai the ■ rmad*
•gain* the fraii'lui'iii aiatnpi haa l.y
no means been < <>n. (tided, aii'l *•*
--aitie aa w*ll a* other BftaMteatl
rltiea on th* Mound » ill l»* thor.>u«ri
Thp antli.'tine* ar* at pr***nl
a« ailing inatru'tlona regarding the
tUfinaal "f Ih* rlgar* already a«li*d
If n.i order i* laau>- 1 i<> rrla^n ll*] in
the cigar* will probably b«- reiutne.|
to the pur. hater a aaasa the i aynirnt
of the tales Imposed by tht- govurn
May B« Discontinued After
It I* believed by the majority of
th* local railroad men that the
home arek*ra' rarurelona over th*
northern road* will be discontinued
•*■■• time tht* month, anyway not
later than neat month. There haa
been a continual falling off In pa*
tronage, that la *•» far a* hnme
**«keia ar* concerned Then, be
aide*, th* elruralop* would serious
ly Interfere with the regular summer
travel of tourlßl* and pleasur*>**ek
era It la not, however, th* Intention
of th* railroads to abandon Ih* *»•
Curslona entirely, on the contrary, '
there •til only be an lnterm!*Blon
during th* summer month* and neit
winter they will be resumed again
.; Th* southern road* have been run
ning them for year* and hay* settled
the country all along their line*. Ap
parently It haa lust dawned upon the
management of the northern roads
what an Immense benefit would be
derived a* a r**ult of arousing Inter*
••• tn th* resources of the slat* and
offering Inducement* to diaaati*-
-*" IN CONFERENCE
% - —— ■
■.Tit* shlngi* manufacturer* of King
county held a meeting yteterday aft- i
ernoon at 4 o'clock In the chamber
J at commerce, and effected an organ-
I isation similar to Ihoa* formed "
cently In other counties. About one
half of th« number of manufactur
er* In the county wer* present. IE
Lyte*. of li-.thel waa made presi
dent, and r II Klllogg. eerrelary
D. MeVey. of Mallard. August La*V
egrln. of I'reannn. K. K. Lytel. of
Dothel, J. M Donahue, of Mallard
and T. O. nander*. of ftMtlle. were
appointed a rommltt** to draw up
by-law*. Another m*«tlng will b*
SHIP HI YEI
Swing* at Anchor In Front of
Ill* Imperial Majesty** Japan***
training ahlp HI Tel cam* steaming
Into th* harbor late yeeterday after-
I noon and anchored off Pehwabach
I dork When »he waa sighted off
Three-mile rock, a I *t*am launch
containing a number of Japanese '
reeldenla of the city, went out to
, meet her, but they received very
formally, however, not one nt them
, being permitted to go aboard. With
fan • eiceptlon, non* of th* ahlp'*
, men were allowed to come aahore>
laat night, and he was the paymast
er-General, T. ' Kuwaablma, who
cam* aahor* to rush a cablegram to
Th* 111-Tel left Japan March l«.
and aleered a atralKht course acroaa
th* I'arifii . the only stop being made
!at Kequlmalt. fib* will remain here
probably a week or ten days, when
I she will Walt Taroma. remaining
ther* a week. Phi- will then in- to
flan Francisco. Th* laat Parinr
ooast port the 111-Yel will visit Will
be Han lego, from which place she
will proceed la Hawaii, and then
While her*, visitors from a*hore
will be permitted to Inspect the ahlp.
but the days have not be*n set a*
•Th* offlVer* nt the lll'Yel are:
Cap! N. Nakayama, Commander N.
Mataiimiir*. Renlor Unit. J. Hhlha.
1.1.ii1« M. Asano H. Okuda, T. Na-
Jata, T. YonhMa. N. Bakamoto. Chief
Bnalneer K. Yamamoto, Chief Bur
geon O. Chlba, Chief Paymaster Y.
Kuwaahlma, Bub. Ueul*. II Kan,
K. Nalto. K. Bhlrane, Y. Mori. As
sistant Rnglneara B. M«t*uo. B. Bekl,
Assistant Burgeon K. l.uiukl, Assist
ant l'«rmaater T. Tsuslkl.
Without Binding Twins.
MONIioR. Or., May S Tho opera
tion* of the rordaffe trtint hH\<' hn<!
a demoralising effect on the Urger
farmers of tbla vicinity. Several
of thnse who cultivate (00 arti'H Hint
over will return to. the old method of
heading their grain, thus eliminating
the binder AN well hi twin.- Thin
conclusion nan been ri-srhrd liy thru*
prop!* mi account of the present and
past report" »'Tit out regarding the
proposed prices to be charged this
HUM fur binding-twine. linn firm
owning and operating a I«rn< 1 steam
threshlnK outfit, has ordered two
((•foot header*, and, with one al
ready on hand, haa contracted ahmit
12M wrri, which will not be hound.
Till* will mean " gross loss to I'"
— *-.. people of loaastlilßa like
,! Ready to Hang, $1.00
I»-It Any Window, 300, 180, 400, 000
■>■ to lfc»o • ' ••• Yard
BPELGER & HURLBUT
MONITOR BTEEL RANGES
1218-1217 Second A>imi
PAINT YOUR HOUSE ££.
i to pay a fair price, let us figure with you ■
Third and Pike. STAR faiimt 00.
Moran Brothers Company
ENGINEERS AND SHU* BUILDERS^
Out riant luclwin «t»»t »n1 .not e«ittra«tt<m aivi «»»•'• «, >,r.n-1*« nl IM
tu.1t.... Minim •>! •■lh>ftt*UM <■( »«.hlti'rf twill «r|.| r«|<ilrei. n..^.,.,-'
Atrax f.i •■ »Wthii.i pu«i>in« narfciwrr. the "»»<Mr" •»« Rubam
• •l*r tub* l..in. «,. I Ib. I '•!<•••! MM M«UUI« !«• aln« • '""i"""
A SNA F*^**"""" ' $
Framed Pictures on Glass ■ •
Framed Pictures on (ilass
, , From 26 Cents Up.
I GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR CO.
SOB'9OI l«-|r«»t Avonwo.
WAT El POW E R
Delivered Electrically for Mi«*faOt«rlß| and Induttrlit U»a»
Snoqualmio Falls Powor Co.
tinnnau niHii h t;u*i. i»«i. »eattu trail in. iv itn si
: fIOWNING. HOPKINS I CO.. s«V£ A.';:;: brokers. :
• U Rooa> 0 and E, Bailey B«ildl«|. Sttttlt, W«»h •
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• r<nltno<rm MM q«"t«t|..u. «i | (In, li «l mun at ir«*« rK-<!t»-M or»r an w\n» m
• „■■' OBl***-! 1*!!!**!. KMltb, T««rt»«. *«IU • >iU V»n«»ir»r «»<J Vl»tort». •
*r V « DANGEROUSNEGIECT OF IHE EYE
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«£Sf Wl £?M 1 H.l».»i >In I hr«.,f. T ..lcr ih. r»:i-for'T.-llrr T|.j.»r>.
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The Buffalo Legal Tender Develops Company.
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•t • lail.li'ti li.lUr* Th» Lm>l Ti-m*r v aum>ut.4*<i on »ll •»*■• 1^ ■■•• »••§••*»■•
•"» i tim* 1L!. I. • fh«i>™ l« ft In ih« rf.ht promt r m th. t roan.l «'»'•"•?»'
--l»lo lliini. tmi»t<r l»boomlnc. f*«pl» «r» «ott< ■"111 ortt th«map. o»*r*«• I»»1>'«
atinn. V.r.iii t..»oti, n7lß(arwll'<n '■■• Hufalo ■•■p and »'|i" •■ I
nUM«il>lli«.roouUli.il'l HoHon HulMlnf, .»4 «t m.f .Bd »l»"«- *•'»"r
•II tun 1 •■'. >• a:i orl.t. «!i-t..l»d 10 rromrtlr. >«n>tibT draft or ■SJL "*•'■
r. a. Bai im. W. I. B. NICHOLS A CO.
Great Ore, Indeed!
C»n.ll lly. you don't oftwi •»<• »urh an *«htbll of or* aa th«
Hun». i 'ii" Mln!n« companr la Tnakln* at IU offlc« on
■*«on<l »vfnur. do you? It la hard to b«!l«ve that auch rl<-h
mineral la «•. plentiful within mtch ■ ahort dl«t«nre of B*
«ttl*. lan't it" No doubt you ar» Inclined to b*ll«T* we
plckad th* \try txat aamplea of or* that we could find, but
that la not tru*.
We can »ho« you thouaanda nf ton* of Ju»t auch are ..n Uie
dump* anil in plar*. In th* monater I«J«m upon which our
claim* arc located. Th*r» lan't much queatlon about what la
colnr to br< i>mr of a mine which rarrlva that kind of or*
In quantity, la thrr*?
We brM«-v«- both th<- l><«t Cr»«k and KUrrr Cr*«k proper
tit* ar>- *olo« to pan out exceedingly »ell. «!•••. Thoae
atocka ar* blddlnir for your Idle dollara— aome. too. that are
not •<> well-placed—for the return* later will be Urje. We
bealtata ts even hint at the probabllltlea.
JOHN E. McMtNUS 4 SON, 918 Second Avenue
Tray, Six Glasses, a»od Water Pitcher
COON BROS.. I*l7 Seoortd Avo.
- -— PUTTING IN
m jWla Modern Plumliing
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TClli B I I - - -i.L. 4- - mtins old hon«n, kerr« nt preltr hi«r In
T^P^Vafw-- -IX L. I j " *('r .|t!r«.«hrn t-iil|.lln( l« »1 *<ill tide.
/L^^^Z^V; 1 . \l -j A • our (•rtlulf. «ro nlwujri (M)O»%I totheorra
MaMßgy^f^i* X— m"' j t «. »lon. mul »• hoiiM lnTltebuil<l«n •n't con -v
Hr i/u' J^B , lkSn4to|^^«t lr*'lor* to •*** r»llm«if« lr»i» »■ cm |lnnl>
tJLLJPkji^^ VS" ' '"« *•• dtitn« »n«l »i*»m Hiui.k ln.li.ru
iTL-1 VZ/*^ >fi \^ l»^N ItoTnit ''""I"'"1. mm »a «to expert work «i
jjmfe^^u RAUTMAN PLUMBING CO
•^^^w-v-^^y^^-- Cor Third Aye ' and Sprint) st
. ** . ' x "" '*■" 'Phon* B«IT 471.
NEW TELEGRAPH LINE
The First Message Received
HKITIU.Ii" Wash.. May —The
flpokane Northern Telegraph com
pany opened It* oftlre here S»tur<l«y.
Itepubllc and Ppokane are now In
• Imp- to handle telegrams direct.
Thla Important evrnt h«« been long
hoped for and It la a source of no lit
tle satisfaction <>">< thla camp Is
now In telegraphic communication
with the outside world.
The new line Is built over the «tn»:e
find from Marcus ami wait a dim
cult pli'ro of construct lon, th.' route
passing through heavy Know In the
mountains. A force of IS men and
two limn were JO days Rtrlnxlna;
the wires, frequently working In 10
feet Of snow.
The line 1* 45 miles In length. Th»
present termlnua I* Itepubllc, hut an
extension Is contemplated In the
summer. Residents of Itepubllc did
not expect to we the line opened for
some, days, but are most agreeably
dlsappolnti-d hy the news that the
line li now oeM tot iW ln»mi.uit«»»i«i
Ttliphon* Subtorlptlont to *
| PIUS ISO |
TREES ARE DISEASED
Orchardlsts Object to Import
ad Nursery Stock.
i'.AHFIKI.P. \V«»h.. May J.—Fruit
Kri«wri-» In anil around < inrtit M m
worked up Ml the receipt here of
a carload of fruit tree* which are
»ald to !><• ittm'a»t*(l. Several ■rnnp
l-» m »ri> Mitt to the agricultural col
leire nt rullman to be examined and
were pronounced im dlwa*ed, the
dlneaae hi-lnit known no "crown Kail."
Thin affecu th« root*, which ar«
covered with knot*, which sap the
| life of the. tr»e.
Hnturday C ■ 'WTilslfr left for
Pullman, Inklnir « few hkiil KM
to have them examined at the col-
Irire He him «Iko written to .l.ml
Haker, pmldont of the Ktnii- board
or hortlcultur*, anklnx him to roma
to Oarfleld to examine the tree*.
A full carload of tilt-Hi- tree* wer*
received from a Walla Walla nur»
■cry, and A majority of them an- be«
lleved to bo dlsenncl. There li much
uneanlnma amonir orchard men, who
deilre to have th* entlrn lot con*
■li'lllliril and burned. Thli MMM II
i will to bu the result of the woolly