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THE SEATTLE STAR
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On* era. p*t eery i »l» ..nt. cc' week,
.t isrnttlt. cent* per ei.ti.ih deliiacl
i> taatl or t*»t«ta. hs Irs* ...pass
Twlfttphonn e-ik. 100
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The Fourth of July is scheduled to
perform a remarkable teal this year.
It will is.-.- halfway round the earth
with the »vii -The tours* begin* at j
Ban Juan, Porto Rico, in.l rues vi* ;
.Vaehlna-ton. D C, to Pittsburg.
Chicago. Omaha, Seattle. Honolulu I
ami Manila. Th.- .tart will be made j
at a. hi. tomtit. -. to. wait be her
alded to the world by the discharge
of cannon an.) lb* waving of flag*.
As th* Fourth and Old So! go sprint
ing acmaa the face of the globe, they
will receive a continuous ovation
from enthusiastic multitudes along
the line, Cannon cracktra will bark,
guns will thunder, the red. whit* and
blue will *h*)ie its fold* proudly,
while the bird of freedom soaring
overhead, will emit edifying ihrltkt |
of jubilation. When the three quart- I
era post at Honolulu It reached. the
Kanaka* are expected to execute a
triumphant war lane, and nourish
their epeara mightily. But th* close
of th* race will be exciting, ye*,
verily. Agulnaldo himself will l
_*« to witness the final hurst of
, speed, and It will be terrifying. Th*
Filipino chieftain think, he 1* some
what of a fast runner himself, but
what he will learn tomorrow will be
enough to humble him In th. dual
of Luton. A* the Fourth sweeps
away with the sun Into th* ethereal
j vault of th* heavens, ami lb* smell
of burnt powrtter salutes his nostrils.
Aguinatda will drop off Into troubled
dreams, wondering why it is that the
Americana persist In righting when
tbey could gain peace so easily by
offering him a few hundred thous
and* of the lon* green.
a' new and somewhat alarming
. duty now devolves upon American
universities by reason or the treaty
; with Spain ceding the Philippine Is
lands to the United state.. Th*
universities must add to their Creek.
Lattn and Spwrsrsh curriculum, th*
> study of Malay. The million* of peo
pi* of Astatic origin whom w* hay*
' absorbed" In the Philippines speak
Malay exclusively, and their tan
guage la entitled to rrc-oarnltioo IB our
I educational institution* f They are
certainly of as much Importance to
as as are those old reek a and Ro
mans who have been . deed for a
thousand year*, more or leaa.
The prof. —or* in lb* universities
may rale* . a very j *I*"aroa* kick
against Malay, because It is a lan*
guage absolutely without grammar.
The founder of. th* tongue evidently
bad a very poor opinion of people
who talked by exact systems lit
may even have been. Ih* original
.founder of the house of.Partington,
which has attained so much celebrity
in recent years through the literary
ventures of Mrs Partington. But
whoever h* was, or whatever hi.
alms may have been, I.* succeeded
in establishing a language for some
*..*■—.*** of people who never need
to look Into grammar In order to cor
rectly express themselves. In ■
Malay conversation, one simply turns
the words loose as ttvey see fit to
come, and the result la pleating and
harmonious. * .
The man who manage* the weath- I
er'for thi* locality,' Mr Salisbury.
state* explicitly and emphatically
that the Fourth will be- fair. He bt*
elxed up th* "high*" and the "low*,**
has added them together and divid
ed by two, and Is therefore able to
elate with pleasing exactness that
Nature will nd weep upon the natal
day of the Republic.
If anything should happen thai
Nature does weep— but. perish tbt
. thought: ithe will not. Let us con
sider Mr. Salisbury end his Fourth
of July prognostication to be above
par, and prepare to attend to our
patriotic duties with no umbrella*
projecting above our beads.
A school house will be built at Kel
ler this summer
Whatcom has raised 11—2 for It*
Fourth of July celebration.
• . .
It h. rumor—l the Oreat Northern
a ill put In a shipyard at Falrhaven.
• . *
, Again an effort le being mad* to
extra.! gold from the beach sands on
-,:.n,.t. •*__, report! that th*
-Warren cannery received the other
day a salmon weighing 7* pounds. I
a. . .
Pasco Is I" have city water work*
and raise rosea and geraniums and'
other things besides sage brush and
OHla monster* and Jags. I
The North Vlklma banks h»ve de
termined to keep open from 10 o'clock
i. in. to 4 li m.. except on Saturday*,
when th* door* will open at 1 p. m.
TRUSTS A FOE
JTRW TOftX, July 3-— i' K. now*,
president of the Commercial Trav
eler*' Ixtague, who Is gathering In
formation for the use of the traveling
salesman In the fight they are mak
ing against trusts, today showed a
letter which declared that th- Amer
ican Tobacco Company hai dis
missed So per rent, of the traveling
agents of factories bought up by the
tru-.t. In New York city, another
letter said. 400 jobbers, a.ileattien and
f.vctory salesmen had been thrown
out of employment by thn Tobacco
Turned Out to Be
a Jolly Affair.
MIME TRAMPS iimio IT
But th* Majority of th* "T*wrlttl"
W*r* V*isg Man of Motet
S**kl*g * a**d Tlaae.
I>A.\'Vll.l.K 111.. July -Th. cllt
■ens of Danvtll* ar* enjoying I good
quiet laugh at th* national notoriety
that th* member* of ' th* Tourist
union her* given to their a., called
tramp*' convention, which wat hell
In th.* city and vicinity recently.
There were flv-e lodge* of th* order
In th* following .Hie. Chicago, tie*
.-slur. Champaign. Sycamore and
The member* were lively young
men and the object of Ihe order was
to hay a good lime The club rooms
were opened and visiting delegates
were entertained in royal style A
few genuine tramps mixed ant added
a piquant flavor to in* affair.
TiUTTK. Mont. July J-It I* an
open secret that although gambling
is strictly forbidden, any on* so de*
airing tan tree* tb* tiger to hi* lair
In a do.en place* her* right under
th* no** of th* pellce. too. Many and
bitter are th* complaint, lodged with
th* authocitie* by victims of brae*
games, but all to no avail Mayer
McCarthy has been openly charge.!
In the paper* and by word of mouth
of running thing* wide open. Find*
leg that It waa Impose!*-!* to remedy
lb* evil, cttlien* at. dispose! to take
It philosophically. Other* openly
contend that gambling I* th* Uf* of
llt.tr*- They say that if miner* can
not gamble they wilt seek earn* oth
*r pier* to be relieved of their in
perßuoas ash Stoat of lb* "seer*
tar -a of th* demi-monde sr* (In
burn gamblers Now th* minister-,
have been Implored to take th* mat
ter In hand and hay* signified their
intention to do so.
■RIDE OR A POLICEMAN
Officer O. A. Tripp and Miss Dotti*
McFarland w*re quietly married at
th* residence <-f th- bride's parent*,
at Btxth avenue and Pike street..
■ DUSKY ROARER.
Mottle Vauchan. a colored woman,
has been arrestcl on « charge of rob
bing C. Cm of It. In a tender.
MUST RAT DUTIES.
By * law Issued by Ih* United
State* treasury department, which
went Into effect April 1. ail British
yacht* visiting American port, are
required to pay entrance and clear*
anr* dull** similar to thus* Impn*.
Ed on merchant vessels.
Oevtrnor Roosevelt ha* a regular
time for receiving newspaper repre
sentatives, and will net say a *****
for publication at any ether time.
• . •
Th* Pop* take* * keen Interest In
photography, and up to th* time of
his late illness wa* himself an ama*
t-iir photographer of no mean abil
Th* Afro-American Review advo
cates an alliance of all African
Methodist* They number «..Vsi,rwvt.
and represent four large bodies and
numerous smaller ones.
When Emperor William, or der
many travels, be require* a special
train or IS ran to accommodate hi.
suit* The** care are of American
• • •;-;'.'-,
The French cruiser Brat, which
carried Dreyfus from Devil's Island
to France, is named after a port at
Tunis, which wss bombarded and
captured by the French In IMI.
• * •
A Newfoundland dog, guarding a
warehouse In Murrain, pad to be
clubbed Into submission by th- Bre
men before Ihey could enter the
building to extinguish the fire.
a a a
At th* Imperial court of Austria
the chef of Emperor Francis Joseph
j estimate* that of 1210,000 expend..
on the tables *very year, the "un
j used" represents about 1100,000.
Dr. John O. Patten's report* for
the last year, tell of 1102 Month Sea
I Islanders won from cannibalism I*
Christianity, one missionary alone re
ceiving 200 adults Into church mem
be nM p.
• • •
Th* Industry of viticulture prom
ises to attain large proportions In
New Mouth Wale*, th* area of grape*
i for wine* of all types being practlc
t The largest dslry in the world I*
located 14 miles from Newark. V .1 .
th* minimum number of cows kepi
being 1000. The proprietor runs a
ranch In lowa for the special pur
pose or supplying hi* dairy with
Probably for the first time In hie
- ; tory, it 1* e-.thl, has a street In a
■ Herman town been named after I
' rai.lil. This has occurred at (is
. 1f..t0. where It was decided to call
• a street Pr.im.iin Btraaae. In mem-
I .try of th* late rabbi Dr. Frelmann.
■ To ipretd the ringers and cause
them to retain that position to nt
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atg 3 X. V^a
I ....Tonight I
*$ Until 10 O'clock S
I Closed All Day
| The Store... I
X ....WILL 8E.... J
I Open.... |
1 ....Tonight I
*lj Until 10 O'clock >
Closed lif Day I
X TOMORROW X
The FOURTH S
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14147-1420. Second Aye.. 115-117 Pike St. Ttfa,
the hind for pUne-playtnf, * atw
ttretche-I has slings to engage th*
thumb and Utile linger, tarried by
a uta »*l on a eerew-thrrsded rod.
th. laiiar bring turned to apread the
r.eeincity la th* band* of a Vl*n
na doctor baa turned Ike Kthiop
white. The B*_i i went to Uk hos
pital from aa Austrian Jail, and was
treated with electricity for four
months At tbt end of that time be
was cured, and also completely
bleached— London Olobe. ;'
Hungarian joke* are dangerous.
A law profess.. In the IT***barg
university made a jetting remark to
a landed proprietor, who did a** tin
derstand it. and st one* thrashed in.
professor The. In ron**»|u»nc*,
f .tight a duel with pl.t.* wren the
professor put a bullet throne. the
7• • •
.-Tl** Emperor Francis Joseph of
Austria has Just directed the admin
Instrator of hi* private fortune to
purrhsse a plot of ground in Bud...
peer ami erect on It a Urge block of
flat* sultab * far wall-to-do middle*
rlatt persons. - ll* pressed th*
opinion that he could not fin I a Bel
ter Investment for his money,
Merlin's police reserve* were all
I called out early on* morning not long
a***) by a telegram received the night
' before, Bluing thai there would be
a general strike of str**t-c-ar employ
es next day. and signed by an in
spector The telegram turned out to
be * forgery, j but no one *-.-•- lo
have thought of trying to verify th-
Information during th* night.
The matron of the Children's home
In Wichita. K«* . has received a let
ter from a man who want* to adopt
a child. "Bend one.'' he say*, "th it
la lively and will laugh and cry and
get Into mischief I am M years
.11. and I would rtve the wot ' for
a child that will laugh ant set In my
way and bother me. We'll give It a
good,home., 1 have raised fire chil
dren, but they are' all gon* now, and
I can tell you there I* nothing ...
•weet a* th* bother of children.'"
| REFUSES AID
EUCHOnV, Wis. July I.—Oscar
W. Delgnan. of Merrlmsc fame. Is In
the city today visiting his grand
mother, Mrs.- );ilen O'ltrten. He ha*
given up th* Idea of becoming a
naval cadet. The hill Introduced In
congress authorising th* president to
make him a naval cadet was emend
ed, requiring him to pas* an examin
ation •* well as any oilier cadet. He
ha* not the means to go through a
preparatory course, and sill not per
mit hi* friends IB give him support,
offers from them having been re-
ted. ■•;-■*.• ■ ■ - '■=};*
CnAWrOIIUSVII.L.IS, Ind., July
I.—The Indiana Wire Fence company
of this city baa been tb* I bed by Ihe
American ftteel and Wire Company
and lis building* now sin, I descried.
Th* fence factory wat Craw-fords
vlll*'s chief Industry. The •>!... . ha*
not hitherto been printed; but hi
facte are coming out. for It I* un
derstood that Attorn Oeneral Tay
lor Ii preparing to bring . suit
again*! the American Steel and Wire
company, commonly called Hi sirel
, trust, In-' IBM of Its action In this
city. • ,-,,.;
i In the federal '.un Saturday, the
Jury In the damage milt of O. W.
Keeton, against the Parlftc Coast
• company for Mala, brought In n ver
dlel In favor of km plaintiff for 11250.
. .t.i, claimed that when approach.
. Ing .. railway crossing the cross bar*
I were suddenly dropped, striking him
. In the tare and Injuring him serious
— -0" " ■ —
■ Concert. Wagner* band, tomorrow
i afternoon, Mud loon Park pavilion.
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THE SEATTLE STAB.
The Grigler 15...
The beat sash lock a* the
market. I.- Id the window
every lull knell Takes the
place ol weishts In ti_tit win*
ili.'v. .indorsed hy best
architects in Hi- city.
L. 11. PLACE
800 Bailey Blk.
cill'Vi" July I—The baseball
games nf th* National league clubs
remitted a* follow* yesterday; At
Doulsvllle— Exhibition game, I—uls
vllle; tndianapotle l. nn gam- at
Chicago on account of rain: at HI
I—ula— at. I^tuls a, Ilaltimore 10; at
Cincinnati— First gsm*. <"in inniii 4.
Wa.i.iiiKti'n J: second game—Cincin
nati c, Washington 1.
The follow is the standing of the
• stag w*. ,I. P. C.
Heoklvn 41 11 .7")
Huston 44 it .Mi
••hi. -is.. .. a* II .til
Philadelphia .... 27 14 '-■"
Italtlmnra M 21 .tat
Ml lend- M - .r.'-t
CliKlnnstl ji 2* .111
New York SO a .47*
Pittsburg 1* 22 .47:.
—nulsvllle 22 40 .2*7
Washington .is 47 .177
Cleveland 12 M .I*l
TRIP FOR THE JURY.
The Jury In the damage stilt of
1 Robert X I tin. ,ir agalnat the Brattle
A International railroad, will lie tak
en out to view the place of the ar
' ctdcnt. The case has been contin
ued until next Wednesday, when the
Jury will have returned.
A COSTLY NAP.
William Cross, a •thin*!-* weaver,
had l:*> stolen from him while he was
asleep In a chair in the Illg Don*
1 urii.-i saloon Haturitay evening,
'■ JEWELS FOUND
1 c-||ic\i;,i, 111.. July 2.— Two hun
dred dollars In money, a henvy gold
; chain valued nt 1000, an ctld-fiishlon
t etl bracelet Valued nt lidO and a lot
. of gambling paraphernalia a - re dig
| coveresl In the* new hotel Itos* yea
i terd.iy i.\ ihe proprietor. The hotel,
which whs formerly Mike McDon
ald'* famed— gambling house, "The
Btnre," ha* barn undergoing the pro
cess of enlargement end renovating,
which led to li" discovery of mini
' erous trap doors, .at km* hoi**
' through piiriltl'tiis "id in.id. - lo*
1 eta, in one of ,i In. li _)* money anil
Jewels wero found,
* ■ Teacher—And lew did It happen
' that Joaeph had a. ■ out of many eat.
Utile 11, Cix he played golf,
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I Rata Drag Oa* fifth ami j-ik*.
ii_.iii.iioi. .-puiuiula i'liuiiu I'lki 25
<i> /»> # m /<>
*?.> $ <.>
■aaaani SCATTE.E MININfI EXCHANGE
it a legitimatel enterprise, and bucked
by it sufficient amount of capital to guar*
I all tec thai no fake enterprises or wild.
J \ cat -stock's will be listed or wild on it-4
' hoards. II you see tile* stock quoted in
oar market reports, or offered for Halo
on our Exchange, you can rest assured
the prospective mine is one of merit, and while
we do not guarantee every stock bold to make
lie purchaser a rich man, yet we do Ml J that
they are'all a good sale Investment and the
money paid for them will be spent in develop,
inutile mines, thereby making your property
more valuable. Remember what we nay, that
Western Washington is on the eve of the great*
est mining boom the world has ever known,
and there will be more fortunes made from the
Cascade .Mountains than were ever taken out
of the main range of the Rockies.
(•el in the procession and invest a few dol
lars in cheap good mining stocks and you will
wake up some tine morning and find yourself ii
millionaire. Daily call and sale at 12:.in I*. M.
Seattle Mining Exchange
Tslsphon* rVtaaln 273.
001) First Avenue — ■
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Shoe Hall Causae) Lackjat*
IIBTIH.KIII 14 pa.. July J Kiev
year old Joseph l>e.h of this
place. Is dying of lockjaw. T. days
ago th* sol* of his ..ft foot was cut
■ ■put by a ah<*» nail. It blistered »nd
festered and last Balurday his Jaw*
became loa'kvd. Bine* then he has
had convulsions even •*_.*** hour.
and his body I* benl buwshspea.
Oi 'I '
Buy I sees tract. Moor. Inv. Co.
Safe Deposit Boxes
for Ik* Ml. kaeplst *t
Valuable Article* and Papers
Is* rant al *» a *..r. ■**• Isftrrf
•ric.fr, Dopo.lt \/*->0 It**
NW (tttußßMaat I. .M0..0C1. Baaaisi
E*ii„is_ FHiri.t Ctiitrl Hiik.
inn una. Una at ibkil mvm
• CsmmeDciDf Mon.ai Ere, Jons 26
Ceictrt Itflet at 8 P. M. ','x
M«, r Irvla Bareeh'a
LADIES' ORCIII_.TR A
Ist lad —t ipftclal duet I in.ia I a.t.r
Every Friday Amateur Night
''SEATTLE TRANSFER CO.
rrttfi:. Ptotuerit. bum
TUU mi ii -a ~oia ia rim nan
■«.»». nt* v*. 1329 !K»IITUU
Wm. _. DEAN A CO.
f J. F.ADAMS
.:: l,u" ib lbs sugar, (l.cri
_ Be. 612 1.C084 ...BBS. 8.1.M* ' '
_ V.alar and law...
A. Wotk (.'iarnnt.-rvt
Palnlinz, Paperlianeinsr. Kalssminin.
lit un listnii. Mads to Ordw Lanss.
.lullli htljifcllill. at All Kit. li
, Kaßitißticta. oin «... 406 Pike Strut
I TH! Sweetest. lalcttf I
j ORANGES I
M San Diego Fruit Co. I
I us lit* .int.. Rrtw ..mi and lint I
1-K.OT .V IHI'NCII CO.
lit M aaliliigtoti HI., bar. Ik* only
Linotype Job Printiii Machine
111 the Itorlhwcist, ('atalotuas, Paraph.
li l« it. at in. tisll, lfi« prlcea. HAVK
tIIiNKV by .(trill, vtieiii an opiMlftuullr
BONNEY _ STEWART I
I*UIM-iAi I'ltnetnri and Kmbalmar*. I
rariora, 1 hit 1 Are. A__ Columbia .1. I
I.l.l.liiittft Main U -strallla. Wain, J
ciii-i T..,._...,.,1,-v:»s, "-"■: v „'i, k .:_s*«;i
All 111- et Brut. Cite ill Pie*. - - - Hueltcteren if Hirtiict ul Too-
P. a. iiai i i«., I'n.p, UffPlkcSt.
Moran Brothers Company
linAlltlllll and ship builders.
•"►or flan. Ibflolf-a Bit-***, ant wt-t>l i-nnatmrtlon »**, g-fcr>-r**ra all bra*; ska**/ tit
ttaain*** Mioiaa-b<l all ...bar cUnaaai a 4 Matrhlnarjr b_,IU an 1 i4fj>*.,rt*t
A#e(it» tor - WuriblbAt«w* |«t_rln« ___*-hlnarr, iSa ' M-abar" __4 •tH^lwrt-'
i*l*f iui** Usliara aii J lb* L'ulia*! bUaUaa M«Uk..lc jr*«cklia*C C«»r_ ; __r
/1 *-**5-==^A Tj^^ -*-•> *-Al*«.DlU I bLIIU
'/ /\\\. _r #\ ; \\ sb-sO »30. ___, »_0
1 I */ 1. sT-e* II \»* I) Casket l_tl.lli.i_a
V^HT V _*/fR_D T. MERRILL "CYCLE CO.
_sts*__. * ___! IJ _. 110*1110 tact* «... tftartla
tacarpsraied Urn. aa ] [
: Q. S. GOLD, M. & S. CO. j!
C. I. Thar.te* A Co., Official Broken. 109 Cherry St. ••
Cow past- owes is elalm*. lau-nt. |a-ndlturt "no rest d.tr.lopta_t work) ' '
B***Ua| ..Bet limited nunit<*r .hates Mock .1 s>e*ata par share ' '
itttTtttTttttfftff'ttttf t"*--f"t't-s ttiitiiiittaoaaa.ai
.—jHKESKp 1 CHILDREN'S FLAY TENT
li >__ ___B__£*'*\^W ■__*r^'r^ MsdeolSoF. Initt atre.tiatt.; belaht.
____j?^Bi! liitfiTOj Felitz Tent and Awning Co.
«-' ■*••••-" Way.
! [ One Dime.... I
; . Will buy a March, Walt*, ', ',
■ > Pretty Bong, or your choice , .
111 of any My.** .if piece in inert i »
' ' music form. We hare In, --> ' »
\ \ co|.iri on sale thli week. '
WINTER _ HARPER
■ > *0» ****** tta. Slant*. watt. !
....44 l IX 11l A..,.
Ta runt mint nciiu i-ii
From $7.00 to $800
Sherman. Clay & Go.
Bit hartiml 11.11111. -- ...**' Seat! I*
In a New, Slightly Used
! PIANO or ORGAN
Remember we have tha
I ,li|-i 't .111.1 Most Com*,
plete Stock In the City.
Csli or writs lor price, and (omit
D. S. JOHNSTON
... 803 Second Ate.. Burke Ball.!..
I DENTISTRY }
0 Havtag lec-enily com. from itie *?
** e.-uih. I will .pan s -i. nt.! ..*.(. it, *t
fill balldiag, room 11 -.raad Boor. ,
fi 1.. g- .., .*,iii ail* _*t*_tia 0
W 1 .111
X Em root T*«th.... j*'
8 fret ol curie for Tttirtr Dan 8
A All wulk hlg k 'lata It ice. res- it
0 ao.talli- (.'all and •*•-* 2*
a* t id*, ti ami iTi-i^.s w-i.rk a *,•*>< tally _*
a I !* ftiterant Ltit-TtfUii)- given Jt
S OR. W. C. CARR, li.-iit,.i. 8
Xadlaa, linvr your Tailor -ma I*- *H_lt>
I' Mil,- by...,...,,,..
HUMES & CO."
boom. 3t — Bate lie|..wlt Building.
ev-v*.*.-.-.-,-.-.-,*,%vt.v*,-.».-ac- k r.*i> f
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< Spark iii.in & McLean <;
*- m* ■_*__. a ,1
J 1 it'll. Had 17»V l» - Dal lay it.t.tß J
Jubilee Gold MiiiDi Company
la now offering another block of
Irenaury (lock for i'.ic » share. Thi*
Is a good purchase at this r-rlce,
based upon the allowing In the work)
now in progress. Our advice Is that
you should not lone an opportunity*
to get In early, for Jubilee stock la
a safe and sum winner.
SLATER _ SMITH, Official Broker*
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| JAKE MARTIN. !l
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