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ALL THINGS READY
FOR THE NATAL DAY
City Gaily Decorated and a Festival
Air ■ Pervades the Streets.
UNCLE SAM IN HiS SUNDAY BEST
Dons His Red, White and Blue Hat and
Prepares for a Hot Old Time as Long
as the Day Lasts.
Tomcirrtvw will be th* glortou* ,
Fourth of July. Th* general com
mitt- h.. - ompietc-i all arrange-
Burnt*, and th* ind 'cations are that
on* of the gr*ai**t celebration* ever
l.chl IB hVatt'e alii be the rt-.ul.
The ere* l- of excura— have al
ready commenced ■■> arrive-, and 1.1
noun tomorrow there will be at >
lea.; la.iai' out-of-town people In Ihe
city to assist in helping to make the
. eagle scream.
... All of tht d*v«r*lle*-i* hay* b**n
completed, and the tlreett ml build-
I in-* trs.-iii - «n*> .-r the prettle*t
sights sver seam bee*. The detsor*.
tlona of lb* different block* this year
have been more lavish than Ib pre
vious years •
The Hir-vte. wtil begin tomorrow
morning at s.jo o'clock. At thai
time the minor sports will be held la
v toJo o'clock th* par id* will take
place, following which Iks *xrrelse*
' will he beM mi the campus al the!
old university grounds.
At the same hour. 10: M o'clock, tb*
water pageant. will be held In the
harbor. The Inierniik-attl regatta,
under the auaptctt of the Elliott H»y
Yacht club, will *!»■» begin at that
I hour. | T*-e start will he from the.
Uriah ton boathouee,
'.'-At'aneai th* ev—npelltlve drill b»-.'
'• tween Campari* It and Onepsay C
wt'l lake place. At th* same time
I a lani - crvjjrert am take pl.t In
North Istrtttl* on th* ts-g and P-my :
' ihovrgrveUcvl*. There will b* a bai
, looa ascent, on. with a double pause-j
.At I » o'clock, the athletic rxsoetel
will take pise- at the V M C. A.
park A band will also be in attend*
. - The *••■!—sin sports will come off
ISO o'clock, at Midi arm park. The
* spot-— will trot—lst of launch and tub
. race*, swimming diving and log roll*
Ing contests, ami a squaw race
Resinning at 1:11 o'clock. *r--r'.« st
5 Mad**.'" park will ■■ .inm.-r.ee Tht ,
baseball cam* wt.l be play*.! first,
following a bleb will be th* lacrosse
' Th* bicycle rare* at Athletic park
will commence at 7 cic'.k Already
there his been a large net ad en
. trie*, and th* event* will be holly
. cotnecb-S. The rare* will h*> under
tb* auartc—* ef lb* Queen City Oocal
Road* club. «
,c-v.Tb* :■-. - 4**hw4* display ; will oe.
'car al S-S* e/ctoclt, est* petal!* th- park.
.The pre'ad* to the night display Is
as f «llo» t:
f Rgbt Joaen • tb, fancy rocket*. In
.Various effect*. Bred simuUinenosty j
from etgtl different pc/lnta r>f the]
eHy. as designated by the committee, j
Hit,i Denny bill, 11-nton hill. Queen?
Ann- hilt. Water front. IWacen hill.j
Madison para. Letchl park and Lake'
Program of tha Btrid*.
The order al h* pa-ad* wit! be a a
i t Thief of police, mounted.
- ll*toon *f pet'ir*. .
*-'iCai;-B. P. l',.'l*/n. grand marshal.
end staff. 'e»»* | fi*e-*..i>yii'kti,
*--' KIRST niVTStlOai
*. 'Im. U. 11. lilsflim, a.t.i.ticit mar
■sb*t.*th*, aldtt. * '
. Carriage con'—lntng descendants of
the origin*l Dr-*"* Ham (Col. Bam;
Vfllaoa. nf re-rotutlotuiry war >.
Fir*. Ilrs-tme—t bend.
Flo<*t representing battleship
Olympta. ■ ■ ■ \
Two cotnpini.»a marine from I!. B.j
M. i.«*. under eotntnand of 1.1.m. j
Float representing btrbor of Man- I
SHOT ON A
PItII.ADEI.PIUA, Pa.. July I,—
Two m*n were peppered with bird
shot yesterday afltrnoon whll* going
along llroad street, near f>-*en. and,
although, the thoroughfare wa* In
* crowded rendition with people, no
body apt ear* to ha..- h-srd the re
port of a gun, and the police have so
fsr fatted utterly In locating the
mysterious gunner. The victims of
ibis Kerrtueby -style of doing busi
ness wer* William Neumsyer and J.
_yman. Two ef Ih* leaden pellets
passed through Bayer's ear and
one buried Itself In th* bark of hi*
trad, whll* Lyman was (hot In th*
back, between the shoulder blades.
Ilolh men B-ere taken to 4*l. Joseph's
hospital, w he re the shot wai extract*
* DISMISSED THE CASE
. In th* libel rate of 1. T. O'Connor
against th--- bark Oakland. Judgt
11.-inr.nl haa rendered a decision .lis.
missing lite action. He h-.'da that
the evidence ehnwt tbat the libel
ant slgnsd a ntrsct to unrig the
foremast of tb* Oakland for a r. r
liln sum. in the testimony there
jet* a conflict;*— to whether the con
tract railed for,the re-rlgglng nf the
lluißt for the same price. Judge
' ll an ford (tales that It la unnecessary
tiff him to settle that nu bii-.m. be
cause, asserting 'I, a the terms ..f j
the contract were as the llhellant
contend*, It* fulfilment ha* not been
completed, and It I* an entlrs con
Mfft i.r% CRUSHED.
J. a. Smith, a carpenter, had hit
right foot and leg crushed Hattmlay
evening hy n rabin-car used lit dock
ing lumber eoowa at Ktetton <% Pott
«*«f mill. He wns taken to Provl
; dcncc hospital, where his foot wat
11*. ftpanlah liattleahips and flag .1.
Company 14 National Hoard of
Washington, Cap*. Terry rommantl.
cVnnpiny C, National 'luard of
Washington, Capt. i tan command
Denny a l .*.| ' o«h Riders Card
at... - l*ost. il v it
Sillier Poet. H A. R.
farm Rank Knight* of Pythias.
I Carriage ct ni amir.a ..facer* of I' B.
Carnal* rent lining mayor and
* Carriage containing Hon T. J.
I'littm. president of the day; Tom
Knar, orator of the day. I'rof
Cravat, reader «f Ibt Deelarallen of
In le|» i.c*. and Rev J. P. l-
llranrb No, TS. 1.-tur Carrier** *•■
snf-tatlon, A. 1— C,
IJ pert car. containing 44 girl.
rtprttsnttng ** state end three ter*
ritoriea. Mia* li.lea Ureenua, «»»•-!•
deaa or Ut>-rtv .
Heattle Turn Vereln and fieri*—n
j lodge* Of fton* of Herman and other
AIM Tent. Nn. IS. Knight, of Mac.
, eat****, in costume* representing the
Ploel •eenting 11.turning Hoi
1 . Col J- T. Mitt-belt, assistant mar
: Mm.!, and aide*.
l.u*b*n a banal.
Stetect i labia A. I. «'.
Fraternal Boat. representing A. O
Columbia ie-lg. No, S. end other
lodge* of the A (> I* iv , arranged
Member* of th* A <> I* W. mount*
Float representing Be* til* Clrele,
- eta, ISS, CVmpanl»n* nf th* Fares!.
Member* of lb* Ancient Order of
Float representing tt* Electrical
Member. ef the *. >•> ma! etrnlh-r
--; bond af I.Wfrlral Workers
< Nraabtr.' union
. c-hier Kellogg anl Beam* Or* de
, THIRD lAVMIOM
C. 11. Ua»*. assistant marshal, aad
l-uva tup Indian band
On* thousand member* of tht
Woodm*a of th* World, marching
| four abreast. ........
Harry aubul. assistant marshal,
| Silver Cornel band, from Hr ,th
I Original n .at. followed by drum*
Member, of the National Rrn'h-r
--' bond of Commercial Men. i*9S*f
) ileitis!rial pageaßt. mad* up of
float* representißg the rartout In
(duetrirt of thi* city aed county.
* The line of march will he: On ft***.
end avenue, from Teaier way te
Dnlon ttreet, on Datnn street to Firth
etreet. on Fifth etreet to pas*
■ street, on I "ike. sirrel -. to First
I avenue, on west side of First av.nws
-to Main street, on Main Mr* le
CVeidental tvenu*. on Oceldenttl ay*
'•nue to Waihlsgton .tr.-i. on Wash*
flngton afreet to Fir." avenue, on
weal aide of First avenue to Yecler
a venue, and countermarch on east
jsH* of P.rsl avenu* lo I'nlnn *«r*»t,
jon t'nion tlrett lo Third avenue, on
Third avenu* to t'ntverttty street.
'enter Pnive campus.
LARGE SALE OF
fIAKKR city -... July i -a a I
Hellnee haa returned from Kxpress.
i after having pur. hat— In one day
all the wool In thai country, ton bags
or :i9,000 pounds. He purchased from
Ayers, Sloore, Thompson, Staura
llros and oh. •- T»ls la the largest
purchase of woo! at a slnels time
ever mad* In thi* vicinity. Mr. Hell*
n*r retort* ih* market itevly but
animated. n,,n i prlcra are being pal I
for . ir. nlc* dip., and wool la be
ing bough! freely all over the coun
try .Irani county ■•-. 1* have not
moved yet, but nearly everything In
Ibis section will have been rleaned
out when th-** fifteen ears srt .itip
I ONE HUNDRED
Special Meeting to Consider
Th* committee of On* Hundred
held a special meeting In the cham
ber of commerce rooms H.niril.iy
night, which w*i well attended. The
, subject of ills.-ur«ion wat Ihe action
i to be taken when the i-rin.nlld.it> .1
I friti, i enmee up li.fore the city
I council, The following resolution
was Introdli by Sir. II W. Btrln.
nrel adopted by the committee.
"Hesolved,— Thst we Intel our
legal committee to prepare, secure,
and servo a restraining order upon
th* city council a* «ion a* the coun
cil shall vpte .Hi extension of exist
ing franchise privileges,"
Tile member* of Ihe legal cnmtnlt
lr>* are: J, O. Allen, C. A. Illddle, end
i Hlchard Wlnsor. Col. Hamilton
j Lewi* wa* furnurly on th. commit
i til si VII m i > 111 i i , i is,
JRl'le-lisoN THBATKR c.TO*
NiailTs-"Tbs l-H.si I'iay."
I**, but h- reilgtied, and C. A Hid
die . is si polio to fill the vacancy.
Dr. II F, I una Introduced th* fol*
lowing reenlutl i. which was unanl
111 ol|. I. adopted:
Resolved, Thai we Hull Bill ..in
legal committee to prepare a peti
tion lot two amendment* to Hi ill)
■ t.iitvr, tht two iiii.ii inii-nia to em
body 111. two fallowing proviMnna:
Flrit— A 16 pet cent. Initiative. Bet*,
on.! -A special election in Msy moo,
at which the question of munlclpal
and operation of street railway*
• hall be cl.t'ldetl.
■'— "" i -I——. mtmm ■'-
Domaatlca Form a Union
HOI 'lilt N Mlrli.. July 1 The
dnmtvtlc* of ...1..,. I, .1 . fat Hied a
union and hit. mad* a unanlmout
demand for IS per eenl. Increase In
wag.-* A few employeri tubmltled
pr.uitpiiv. but in most ratee refus*.
Domettle servant, rannot b* had
exrrpt at Hi- new sebedule. A at in.
p*th*Hi- strike among lb* domestics
of Houghton and lisnrock I* under
consideratmn this week.
A SATURDAY BLAZE.
A amill Are in ih* ftatnier brlrk*
yard*, save the department a lively
1 run Nwiur.lat evening. The btste
slansd In a pile ef lumber. The toes
was about lis..
WANTED TO BUY A SALOON
Tt* poll.* ar* looking for a young
man named Krnnit. who le wanted
fear tbe embriilement ..r MM from
at re. Furgeaon. proprirlrss* ef .
lodging lu.ua* on Cierldrntsl avenu*
, Mr*. Intra - i strraa *d Kenntt It**
to buy • iilooa, Kenntt (kipped, ;
and ha* not b**n seen since bt r*
\ celved lb* money.
• FOR THE HOME
Th* annua meetlßg of th* beard of
trust*** „f the Washington (Thlld*
I'lt. l|»me *.wi*ly. was held las'
; Fridty evening al th* heme ,-f lb*
state rmt-nd-ei. SO* llattery j
ttreet. -Th* work of the year wat I
, gone ever, sad mo.. *ttl*ttctory re*
eutt* raßorled A rwanlutim wat,
pasted «oage*tu!*tlr.g Mr. and Mr* •
iirown aa tlelr,etr*!|*nt work in
lb* betterment of is. tnalltutlon.
Durlag lb* year 13 rhlllrea were rt* .
celved r-r Ihe Drtt lime, and r* pr**
«lJ»t» Inmate* were returned to the
Th* following n*J|e*r* for lb* en- '
•uleg year were eleeiedt Prr.hl.nl.
, llev. (let. F. WMiworth. flret tr.ce.
p.-.idem Hob. W, D. lV.nl, seennd
vtee.pr-.l.iertt. Rsv. WUraot Whit.;
fleMi third vie*.president. He, 11
IV Ba*ag genertl and financial sec.
retary, David Myers: tr.asi-e, o*o,
11. Parke; eoanrllor, John 1. k| .g>.
ettte superintendent. Sir*, l-'tib'.
SAW HER FOUR
LAaraaaaa t.x July J Mr.
T. J. Lloyd, Hung ..ten mil** north
we*t of IBIS pi..- with h*r ft,,
.daughters anil * visiter. Ml** Cind
er, ..nt In bathing In a rreek today.
The youngrst Hire* girls went c*.
yond thtlr depth, when their eldeal
erstert and Met. Chlldere w.nt t* ,
their rescue and all four er. drown
-I Mrs. 1.1 .d saved her other
dtugbter n«iy by r..r tflort*.
MINERS TO SHIP
ZINC TO EUROPE
JOPUN. M- July I.—At a meet.
Ing held today tht botrd of dlrertort
of the Missouri and Kansas Zinc
Mm-.* a.» . >ti..ii decided I-. make
, a shipment of tine ore to Rurope,
, They a* this In order to get rid ef
the • rplu* or* now lying unsold In
thi* district, etp-ttlrg that th* mar- J
*■■ ' will advance a* boob as the sur
plus It gone. It a ettlmated Oat [
tbe surplus amounts ta Snral to 4*oo i
... of ore.
In order to export title ore the et
t-ion will I- compelled to *i,nd
the .** between lb* mtrkri price
here and th* price th* ore will bring
tln Kt.- , Itut this low* th*y expect
to make up within a short Urn* by
th* expected adteaae* ta ......
her*. Th* astorlii-on hold, that a
real surplus exliti hsr* hut in.t tee
smelters hive combined to Hay out
of th* market in order to create a
fictitious surplus and thereby refuse
; to pay sasoclsllon prices. If the sur.
plus or, ,* all exported there will b*
ISA or KM carload* of 11.
People here reeognli* that the (,,,
between th- titer -t|..n snd the
Iters It te be to * finish
-- - - - - .
Oom Paul a Gentleman
I O" il l, II I I IB 11 B— ||
Doom Paul — V .it sail It ,|„, #
t:ngllsh fellert vat in earner! dret
The . aid —Yes, your excellency.
They are In dead earnest.
(■in Paul—How vat dot? You lay
dey las dead In earnest 7
Th.- aid—No, net, I said they are
very much in earnest.
oom I- ml Ho* Veil, vat does ItT
The sld— I toe. II what?
''■ in Paul— titan It gum me?
Veel dey fightT
The sld-They rertalnly will.
Oom Paul - tio7 . dot 1,,,'! nice,
fiomepndy might g*t hit-ted lint.
of ■ 'it-- dot "it I make—
The aid—Don't make what?
Oom Paul—Ton't make no d»*fer
enc* in me. V.ii *»*'■ Met Veil,
I vant to fight. I am graiy to fight.
Vol see Vail igaln. I ■ ml to fight.
Queen Flctnrla vai a lady. I.adlei
ton't pe'i-i- in flghtln'. I am a
chentlttnan, I couldn't fight In der
presence of ladle*. If I -- -n't a rhrn
tl»man It would pc nnt the same
Hill I can't help It. Inlet don. rlr
' lltli-., an, I I'll! not light. Hay to
dose fellers .'.a on ir i lady'i ag
gnunt I viii arbitral*! It. You *.-.-'.'
Nice, alnd It?
--| Concert, Wagner* band, tomorrow
afternoon, Madison Park pavilion.
Till. SEATTLE ST A It.
FAIR WEATHER ON
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH
Observer Salisbury Has Carefully Investigated
the Atmospheric Conditions Prevailing
and Makes the Announcement.
Seattle and Vldrnty.-Thlt afternoon and tonight, light shower*;
Tuesday, July I. fair weather. '
A* was foreshadowed in this synopsis of Baturday, Ih* ere* of high
pressure, over Idslio caused tbe formation of a sow Br** over th* plateau
region and th* latter area now extend* In a trough from the Canadian
province ato t'lah. Nevada, and California. There la a "high" off th*
upper roaat. which, if ll move* northward, will cause clearing wrnther
lonlgltt .ml fan weather Tuesday In this vicinity. "A contrary movement
would produce cold and .how weather In the vicinity of Heattle.
The temperature* are moderate over Ihe Pariflo Blope III!* morning.
Yesterday thry were the highest they hsvt it- .1, Oils season, reach
ing SO al Heattle. M at Hpokane, St at Walla Walls. »4 at Porttand. St at
(Sacrament.', and loS at lied HlufT, Cat.
MAN* PI KM). i. July I.—Water
l rose six feet in the .lift, in the 1
lower portions nf th* tity after mid*
night a. the result of a heavy storm
which lei: n at 1 -| mil continued
until after mldnlgM. Washmits oc
curred on btilh llhe Kite and the 11.
At. reads. Te hundred person* at
th* Catlno wrr* Imprisoned by water
which wa* to deep for cab* to ret*
Fira In a Hoapltal.
Prill' Ind. July 1,-1 -ightnlng
struck tbe new r-«,«-> Wsbash Hall
way at—ftltal this morning. W. H,
Mia linker end Oeortr* ttolunun, rliy
firemen, wer* tnturot by falling
si.i. Th- Inmate* of m- hospital
ALONG THE WHARVES
Be, l Occidental tailed yesterday
with coal for Ban Francisco. Tb*
, ship C. F etargent will also sail for
ft. same port the latter part of this
B-eam roller Progreeo. Cspt, M-n.
roe, arrived this morning from Man
t-n-r Wtil* Walls. Cap! (lag*.
atila today for Ban Francisco. Th*
I'mai .1 i Capt. Cauda*, Is due from
tbt time port, *
The llrttlsh i.r Wanpll*. and)
th* gunboat 'he*. ani ncr* reported j
lo bay* left Victoria todey for Re*
atll*. Their men will take part In j
the Fourth . f July e*l»brailen.
fleam freighter Carina. Captaini
Bean— a. Wat in port yrsirtslay di*-|
charging freigrt brought up from!
. Han Fran- ; *
Advices from Ws*hlngton. D. C, j
state ii at the t'nltel flairs govern
ment haa chartered Ih* Ilriliah
steamer Tarter, now at Vancouver,
14. C„ for a iransport. Kb* will op*
trate between Pan Frtnclsca and
Th* -o-.tßl and geodetic survey
'steamer Palter Capt. Pratt, was
eapreie l to sell today on her rrale*
along th* Alaskan roast.
The *teamer Oritab* will sail to
morrow morning for Alaskan ports.
A Hero's Mother Starving
CHICAOO, 111., July S—Mrs. i.
Ocupp. wins* sin was killed In Ihe
explosion of Ihe battleship Slain*.!
applied i..lay to Mayor Harrison fori
* position as Jaaltrrss in the city,
hall It Is -lotilttf-il if anything can]
>- don*. Kb* is a widow with a
•mall child and without any mean*;
ha( suthor Is most down-trodden
Wrat author Is read fred) at least
once a year—Hawthorne.
Nun* in English author who was
turned out the first time he ever
went to school— I„mb.
Mention I*., authors, thereby nam
ing a Ihlrd-lllark, More— Mac*
• • •
What port might, by being hung,
become a philosopher' Hogg might
When I* a confidential friend most
to be dreaded? When he takes you
What ar. the mo»l noticeable feat
ure* of a ct.ticreeaiii.iri " Hl* eye* and
bos* (ayes end noes).
What I* th* difference between
Christ ma. shopping and strong Tur
kish eef.ee. The first makca busy
dais, the Isat dlxxy 11.-) a
. * .
What materials would 1.. suited
for ...idler*' uniforms' ■n,i-.*in»-*
and grenadines.— Youth, t'otnpsn
What He Said.
"You are full of beer, I Ml you."
"No stub thing, m-'iv love."
"Well, let me hear yon say 'sutls
f act Inn,' "
"Tha** dead easy. Listen B *-*-
tn »h»y?" n frnfrnmhlmhtfri
fat. What was I i i.i la' to shay?"
"N-no Slisll thing. I »as ti i |n'
to shay B-*-*-fax— I host name of the
boat that's hrlngtn' D-dreyfties. I
. .fas Wh-why don't you read
"What a bird-like 'I." Ill* she
ha»," remarked an admirer to the
crusty old bachelor «ho I* li> Ipini.
tb. family entertain her while she
I* visiting It.
"Illrd-llke? I tlinuld say *-i. Any
thing from turkey tv reed bird*."
A BALL GAME
ONEIDA, N. T. July *.—A* a re
sult of a baseball game between
teams from Oneida and Cleveland, *
boycott of the merchants In Oneida,
ha* i.trt declared by Cleveland cue-
Th* game was played her. a acrk
ago ami th* Cltveltnd -**y*r* and
Ihelr friend* arre nol Ball-fle I with
th* declaton*. ..in.-.la a manufactur
ers and wbolesal* dealer* have re
ceived curt nutes from llielr rrgular
ci.v < liui cuslomer* asking I he'll it -I
to send any mors goods to that place
and Informing Ibrtn th* i'level***'
people are atipsei lo boycott arti
i cle* made or procured In Oneida be
rauee of their unfair treatment In
the ball game,
The fir* department mi celled
out tbla morning to etiingulib *
email btate on the roof of a res).
dree* on Ceeand avenue, Bear Pike
Jtmea J. Wtk.flald. ag :>, died el
Previtltnc* busl-lltl Ibis morning > f
consumption. Mr. Wakrfteld Is well
j known lb this city. ll* is a member
iof ihe Fraternal Order of Kag'te.
Th* funeral *erv|eea of Mrs. Hen
| ri.-tta Bl.k were held yeeterday <tf
, ttrßT*vn at the Oerinan I here-
I church. I—v. X nappe officiating.
1 ail ■'• demurrer day at th*
federal court Tomorrow will b*
jury day, and. notwithstanding it i.
th* Fourth of July, Judge 11.-f-r-l
ta. decided to holt the regular »*•
• • *
J. I- Hoar. city pa***ne*r and -
freight agent for tb* fiouthern Pa*
>'!■', bat returned I* hi* desk In the
local t-fli. c ll* has been absent for
several weeks In Huntington, nr*.
...Hints on Camping...
Her* are a few thing* worth re*
ntenilietl. if you ar- going IB < imp
,out '-la summer: ftpread your tent
out on the graa. and if there a- eny
holes, mend them at once. A tew
holes Is a tent nn a rainy night ran
do more damage to the prlviston* and
l« -idiot than can he easily remedied.
If you have not got a canvas fly,
get on* If poisibl*. Of enurs*, every
on* knows that a fly I* a lire— piece
of canvas stretching over th* rldgw
pole of a tent at a aart of second
roof eg covering There ihnuld be
about eight Inches between the sides
of a fly and the top of Ih. tent. This
will allow plenty of sir to circulate
and will do much toward making a
tent comfortable and root.
If you don't know how to cook
meat* and vegetables, go out In lite ;
kitchen and study a little frying pan
a. i. no- Moat "f all, learn how to
make soda biscuits If It is possible,
take an old-fashioned Dutch nven
on your trip They are Inexpensive,
and a Dutch oven and a frying pan
are about all the thing* needed fur
a first-das. camp kitchen Have
the box in which th* pi ..vision- are
packed, one that you ran use at a
Clean dishes and a place t-> keep
them sr* among the necessities of
camp life. In making up your par
ty, choote comp»nlon* who ar* un
selfish. Helflßhlit as will rtisl the heat
kind of happlnet In tamp Oo with
the Idea of making ihe best of every
thing, and don't complain.
A BUG THAT
BITES THE LIPS
WAaiIINCITON, D '' July * —
An . ..lotiio|.ig!.-a; mystery Is pin
Ulna tie city; the Identity of lb* bug
which Is devastating the tieauly of
Washington face* I* being sought for
eagerly. Th* lien bug was first
heard front « fee days ago. ■ hi a
dealer applied .■ a hospital for
treatment, hi* face ... swollen that
hi* nearest friend* did not rrrngnlie
him. Hini-e then a d"'. n alttill.tr ras
es h*ve been treated.
v.,,..- nf the vlrilma saw Ihe ins.- -t.
because the attack Is always made
when the person I* «*l*ep. The lip*
seem lo i.. the favored point ■■' at
lack The victim wake* up In the
dead of the night, suffering from th*
most Intense pain In th* face, and
] finds hi* lips and oilier features all
puffed up io an enormous slat-
To. ..telling Is a bright red, ami
lasta from roili light to seventy-two
hour*, accompanied by almost con
; et;.tit pain, Kill.•mo . •gists at the ag
'rlculttire department -ti.- anxious to
secure one of the biiga.
"Pooh, pooh." tid Tweetle. "you
can't *rnu»n my sympathy for 111. ■
mnti ill, the 1,...-."
"Why not?" asked flumllrk.
"Homiur-," said Tweetle, with a
remlnlirent groan, "because there
are too many men with lan mo'vert
J" "la Viiitii Celetators
Tt__t I -a /
ftsX^V are cordially Invited to call and -
_^e-_v\\_i *-c* a(•*lua ■••u ■<-• w'-** this
m B| Popular Dry Goods and Shoe
P_J^ Distributing House.
i,L*4 i £ur l-very department offprint; extra
vi7~^T /&4m& ordinary Money-Saving Values
jl iuy\ for Wednesday and Thursday's . -
3 ' Scllln _!
t-ttl*. Folks' in,i I lißßiraiUl, arriving tlmd*l dally, w* have bird. ,
In plats pink, blue end white, pretty ly been .I,l* to keep up with nuf
wide sailor collar, preity embroidery l_n*n and Waah akin Belling anelb* .
irlmmedi till, and ll.t*; worth IIS* »r lot ram* In Saturday, so we esn
snd 1t.74 re. h. supply you Skirt Wslils at eurprt*.
Ukdlfe' Fin* Whit*. Ught lllu* and 'eglr to** pri.e*. CHASI! tIKII'TH. ■
Pink UW.v WAISTS, beautiful **« <»***• °1-l>' -*»• ***rh' __ *
n|icn work Insertion In two bis* row* r.n.y Check CRASH SKIRTS,
acroaa front and down front, beauty eplendldly made, perfect fitting; II.M
pin fisi. „• I; making an ettrtm.ly value, only II "0 ..,*
«iyll«h garment; actually worth I-. cm* •Thill PIQUfI aKlßTs.ec*
..in |.:i> i. II ;*, ea.-lt. extremely popular; 11,00 Vllue, only
Just Itea-elved.—A —at of Men* 11-** each.
New PnshaCltl'SH HATS, th. com- Ju*t —Another I_rg* In*
Ing style for soft hat, fin* fur. brail* voice ef Narrow HII.K RIRHONB.
Ilfully made; |1„ valuei only 11.11 »-. *tyllah for dress mature. le, to
earn. _n4 M * yard
Preity Nottingham I_tOK fH.'lt- •>« .Is* Fin- Tap**lry TAnLPJ
TAINS, tsfied ail round, well mad*; • iVKNa, pretty knotted fringe,
7St value; only 1..- * pair beautiful .oh.ring, cheap at 11.60,
wing nlghl and day, new good* only II 00 each.
i-in...... for House-furnishings, Sheet a. Quilts, Rlsnkels, Com
f..iis. Napkins. Towels, Table l.lntn. »tc. Prlc** always Ih- lowest.
O. W. PETERSON & BRO.
206, 208. 210 Plko St.
* Cnatir* I'l.n*, i. "' i 1 a
a V. W. rr ..lis.., it. I). > Trust***, > Telephone Main Rtf) a
I i.i« -arts J I J
1 **-. THE SEATTLE AND NORTHWESTERN •
I Mining and Stock Exchange!
: minim; and industrial STOCKS i
• Open Every Week Day for Business, * 0 a. m and *
• Bp. m. All are welcome. •
: Hall No. 1, New Tor. Bloc. - - 704 Secant Amu. Seattle :
S. C. BARRON. Pre*. N. E. WEYMOUTH, Vlas-Pras.
Copper Vault Mining Co.
Property in 'iksnn|an ('...inly, adjoining th* relebriled Q. B.
rrt.iip. and carrying the same lead which assay.S.M 01), and a tare
to be .me ol ihe great mines of Washington In Ih* near rotar*.
for a few dayi only ih* - I any will nfler a a limited number of
.ban of Muck .t OKB AKOOSk HALF CKSiTS par that*ta
t.l.t.m money for d*»*lopm*n4 purposes.
1 his I* certain to make you money, and a tow dollars invested
now will bring yon large return,
1... not delay a. lb* offer i* limited.
BULLOCK GIVENS CO. 531*532 set Tort Bloc*.
GEO. 11. WOODHOUSE j
Pace**—c *o troodaaae* A Loagu*4 1 1
Hardware j-g&ja Stoves " ~ i
Tinware iB^F-flti-l-v laatlai af all klada 1
IMumhing . \E_____T proaptly Attaaaaa tt ]
.unl RPQB ** J -*str»i He* a I
Tin Work X^-g^^cSr ■"'•"L M V™**
iui Second Avenue. Telephone Pike 44. _ Seattle, ft**- 1 1
2000 Cedar Polos Wanted »
Pli'>r_ aA_a ar* wanted for furnishing and delivering along certain
,-:..'. and lie-• In th* eltlea of Seattle and Txu-otna.
_■ i- CEDAR POLES ■■■
Kifty fret In length and nine unites at th. top. Pol*, moat be .(ralglt
and sound and free from soft knots, and peeled. "."or further InforroaliOß
SEATTLE CATARACT co.
li'iHsn cb<-i)ri!« it How** co) a atbinsrlo- Bio*a. .aaltla
Of the Firm of CAHN & COHN. '
BEGINNING" ■';'■■■; H
Monday, July 3d, *.
We it ill proceed to sell out our
< ioniplete Stock of
IliinhvaiT. Slii|> (liiiiidlery
anlwaro, Ship Chandlery
And everything in our Store and Warehouse.
This is ii Genuine Sale, and will last only
till AUGUST Ist, alter which date
the firm will he Dissolved.
CAHN & COHN
Fool Yesler Avenue, Yesler Bid.
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