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'Tor her" you should save enough
money to buy a home. You will I*
astonished how • say It I* If you will
but start your savin*.
The UNION Pays A
Per Cent Interest
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& Trust Co.
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Third Aye. Theater
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Both l'h..nc«. SI. MI.
All Week-Saturday Matin**
Th. ; real Btaalt Dram*.
ETho City of Mow York
A Production of Great Merit.
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18*1 bo higher
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Tonight Tomorrow Night. Wednes
day Night and Wednesday Matinee,
lb* Great Melodrama.
"A MAN OP MYSTERY"
Beginning Thursday •;• ' iatrid
sad Sunday Matinee. "."■•• snd |oc
Wadß**day sad Saturday Matinee*
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SIX RACES DAILY
RAIN OR SHINE
COMMENCING 2 SO.
Street ear* direct to the grounds.
Friday. Ladies' Day. ladle*
free oa that day.
Atetato- *Sc. Including grand
Bnp*rb musts dally. €00 tor***
Tbe place to spend a happy day
Is "The Meadows."
June Excursion Rates
- 1.00 - Seatti* to or from any
p*tnt en rout*.
81.50 round trip, good until June
Steamer Perdlta leave* rialbraltb
deck, foot of Madison street. "a. in.
dallr. si.ept Mondays; 7:18 a. m.
lUturnlng asm-, day.
Union Steamship Co.
313 GLOBE BUILDING.
£*t Ladles' snd Gents'
*•*» Oold-Plsted and Bilk
Jgxfp. eVatch Fob* Finest **-
JiT'B st.rt-_.nt In the t Ity at
i_/_jf Houghton £ Hunter
784 First Avtnu*.
Day and Night Claim.
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McLaren A Themtsn.
Opp. Bon March*.
bio UW_____l or own new up
B*d Front Furniture C*.
net First Av.ntiß.
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"THE LANDLESS MAN TO
THE MANLESS LAND"
National ColonUation Hill Before Congress Designed to Help
the People of the Crowded Cities to Happy* Honvea in the
Country—New Zealand Government and ths Salvation
Army Furnish Successful Examples—Tens of Thousands
of Fan-lies Ask Nothing but Opportunity in Become Home
*> HY COMMANUKU lIOOTII TUCKER. ♦
* li*. k la th* land v ♦
A The lati.il*** man to th* msnlnss land. »
* The solution of th* problems of congested populati snd »
♦ Immigration Is contained In one word — lUittllmlton. ♦
A Place ih* wast* labor on the waste land by means ■•( *»■■ ♦
» capital, and thereby cnm.il this trinity of wests lata . unit. of .
» pi en! in ti.- n ♦
*> Scientific colonttattoa prefers the in.a with . family to ths ♦
♦ cowboy—tb* man without money to the man still . (itlttni. *
* the -ma' farmer who works hi* own fields In the 1.l Be land *
41 owner Stilt employ* hired labor. *
♦ Th* tendency of modern civilisation lis. been to drive the I
» family to th* wall, th* city employer sal* the .Ingle men or 4>
» woman, in.- farmer wsnta the cowboy. •>
♦ I'.utii. He. or th* destruction of the family, I* wort* than bo- ♦
♦ nib 11.', or th* destruction of th* individual A
♦ Th* family unit Is th* pivot of national prosperity. *
» The family will take ear* of th* nation that IBS** .at* of ♦
A the family. *
A Systematic colonisation enable* th* family to real* a horn* •
♦ for Itself. ♦
Kin I sr* some of tb* fundamental
prtriple* 'at underlie th* roloßtsa
ti.m bill which Senator luar baa te
cently ißtroduced at my r**)ue*t.
COM. BOOTH TCCKEI-
The Biea.ure has tor Its main ab
le, the assistant* nt lb* worthy
bat poor family la making a boms
tor itself by a grant df land and
cash or material, .a a loan, on easy
terms of prepays**! and at a tow
rat* of Interest
PnOSPUIIOUS COLONISTS—A COLONIST I AMI! V AMONG THE BTItAWUI.IUUE3.
The bill Is in no sent, s Ralvstlon
army measure, beyond the fact that
th* success of the army In estab
lishing colonies upon this basis I*
quoted rut a strong argtiu in its
(svor, and .- proving Its suitability
to Americsn conditions.
Tht rxsmpl* of the New viand
government la bis-. brought for
ward to show that asal.t. coloniz
ation . an be made a financial suc
cess. During the last eight years
New Zealand has loaned lis. 000
under Its sdvanrts to settlers art.
They have had no loss**, payments
hsv* been regulnrly mad" th* sink
in. fund amounts already to $t.txv
000, tud th.r* Is s surplus of 1340,
The Salvation army In the United
States has during the past sit rears
expended $300,000 In tbe purchase
snd rolonl-atlon of 8000 seres of
land, on which about 450 men, wo
man and children hay. been settled,
mostly on acre farms of Irrigated
Not only sre the fan I Ilea a* ' sup
porting, but the average larome per
family amounted 1..1 year •* oa* |
I colony to 8190. whit* on another
settlement 18. turn in. r (rata some
:•• store* on Ih* lowntit* amounted
to about 1188.888. sad the , ..meats
for freight during the yrar l. about
That there ar* lens of thoussad*
of desirable sad d.-. i i,( fsmllles
who are eager fur sn opportunity of
becoming home owners rsnnnt be
doubted. Millions ot sere* of land
both Irrigated and son •Irrigated,
a* ill their tweaaa'
I>. one all ■;•'.■• need i.
that capital should be avails In
sufficient volume *nd *l a reason
• tle rat* of loterest and nt *s.v
terras of repay meat to locat* th*
one up n th* other.
This capital may be f. nth coming
from th* following sources:
I. Tbe federal government
8. Tb* *tal* government.
8. f-rtvsl* espltaL
Ultimately private capital will a*
sum* tb* whole burden of th* •*
--tetprts* ** it has done la the •-»••
of railroads, manufacture*, com
mere* trad* shipping, and la fart
every channel where It perceives a
fair probability of profit.
Bat It routes slowly, cautiously
I and only tn rh.na.U which Has*
baa hewn for It through th* rough
rocks of prejudice, opposition sntl
failure. It I* usele-s therefor* for
the present to rely upon this source.
It is highly desirable that aome
state government should,take the
Initiative, as New Zealand has
done, without waiting for th* ac
tion of uth*r state*, or of thn fed
eral government, or of prlvat* en
terprise or philanthropy.
A atftte '•iking such action would
probsbly be the first to attract to
Itself large supplies of capital from
ths other sources here mentioned,
i,. '..a set' the psre for th*
whole country sndenlargtng It*}own
population snd are* of Influence.
Philanthropy Is altogether too un
certain to be relied on to lend the
way. although it I* highly probable
that It »ill ultlmstely bring up thn
rear of the procession and play no
unimportant part of the solution of
THIS SKATTWI. MONDAY, JUNK jo, 1904
Ill* ph.idi .i Hut th* uveiaKi phi
lanthropist tun 1 be quite sure that
his it -put iiliut la not gslng to suffer
by a possible failure, or sgsltt he
may tleslr* to Impose ruudltltma
Which unit prove burdensome •"• s
hindrance to the lui-rt-as uf tb* en
terprise, II.—I !•■* What the people
nerd Is v. 1 .h 11 Hi, but opportun
118888 It follows that the natural
num. ti to whit Ii the nation Is en*
titled to rank to set as It. pioneer
in this Importsnt colonltatlon en
terprise Is congress.
Th* bill which Is now before th*
public lands committee of th* stu
nt* baa been carefully thought out
and drafted In consultation with lbs
in.'«t tip. 1 ii 11..cil officials Of th*
reclamation bureau, .* well .* with
It asks for the creation of a sass
nliatlon bureau, under a colonisa
tion commissioner, In connection
with the department of tb* intei In -
for the culler Hon and circulation ot
1.11*1,1* Information for would-b*
settlers; for th* creation of s fund
of Urtl.soo mm. by the issue of 1 per
cent to tear gold bonds, not more
than I', fin i-ivj to be Issued I* any
on* year, so thst th* expenditure
an be carefully controlled by con
gres* and tor tb* granting of l.tau.
la rsah or msterlsls lo dnerivlng
'•inline averaging I ..mi and aot
Her* til- n t* a definite plan,based
on m i.'tittfii- principles, which ha*
been In actual and •nee*. opera
tion IB on* country fur th* isst
• 11 1.l year*.
EXCURSION BACK £
Th* fir.' ot tb* siimmer *t—irsloa
trips to Alaska ended wit* tb* re
tura of th* stramship Bpti4e.B*.
which arrltel in port .' < n •!..-.■ k
Katurdsy. One of th* tat.. I In
teresting Incidents of th* vcy-g*
wss the trip to the Tskn glacier.
Inirtng Ibis trip of the jbr"k..*.
Takti islet which a* • rti* Is so
densely packed with Icebergs that
navigation I* too dangerous at i .• *.
.... had bat few of th* berg*. Bad
Ibe vessel wa* instils* to g't to
wttbla 304 yards of th* fare of lb*
Whll* th* steamer waa I ring off
the glacier, th* passenger* wrr*
treated to a grand spectacle, when
s huge block of Ice, fully as* larg*
as am. of our ctty blocks, broke
loos* from th* glacier sad tumbled
lota tb* I.e. Thus* OB th* vessel
»et* seine 1 of th* breaking It* by
s • re. .lug ssiund which came when
the hug* cak* started to fall, sad ss
front lb* m.in
It finally parted
body of tha glacier there wss a
grinding and crashing that fOttld be
heard fur miles.
As In- enormous berg sthirfe th*
wster It created a swell full *"> feet
In height The vessel also called tn
at Glacier bay. where she lay t., for
several hour* while the passengsrs.
Including many of tbe women, spent
their time In flthlug for h.iiiii.it.
Notice to Subscribers
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Call Main U. 87 when yott want
good lauudry done. Pacific Coast
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n»*t Sinner In Bstltt*. with Rate
terne* nr ii,..!. at Italian liar
teiie Second and James, .vary ivs
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COLORADO'S REIGN OF TERROR
STARTING roil THE TRAIN Willi A I.inn 1 OK DEPORTED MINERS AT CRIPI CREEK. GEN.
HEM. AND ORDERLY ARE T O HE MM ON THE RIGHT. ________
BIG.BARGES LOADED WITH PROVISIONS STRIKE
ROCK IN THE RIVER—LOSS IS ESTIMATED AT
$15,000 TO $10,000
(Special I* The Star)
DAWBUN, Jun* 2v*-T*o scows,
laden with v.leialile ahlpraenta of
provision*, ob* owned by Morgan.
Khaw A Suter, and tb* other b*
loagtng lo At. Ire» iii ii> * hay* beea
sr.. Wei la th* Tblitymll* river
i*i.!s Th- to** it. i" * trader* Is •*-
Ii .th were lost with sit their cob-
Untied at sbout 111 "*• or 110.00* i
Tba scows were lost about it
' mil*-, si-ov* iiia.taiiti'i'i*. and prac
jlleallp putting wa* recovered,
tt l» supposed the craft strark s
it* k a* the rtver If very low aad
It* (laager* sbs*> it--.tr. srowt wer*
tost because they wsr* lashed to
gether. It was easier to handle
them in this fashion, Bit-' as th* two
outfits war* lesvlag I*»w*r 1 slier
LONG SHOT '
Hooligan, at is to i. Captured
Ladies' Plate Stake at The
There were over 4.004 parser that
weat in the ta ea at Th* Meadows
Saturday afternoon. Hooilgaa sot
lb* Ladles* Plate slake of I. " after
rusßtng »n *xrellet>t race. Mrs Air
ram* ta **coad. with George P. ile-
Natr third. Tint*. 1:03"*. Itooligsß
got a poor start sad lost ground In
hs turn hr swerving, permitting
Sea Air to lead at tht* polal by
nearly threw length* From tb*
atr.tt h to tb* wire, though, the bay
Just «at up th* ground and ram*
under with a good length to spare,
lie w*Bt to th* post a 11 to '. shot
event bad th* field easily from Ihe
very atari and fin. by a rood
10 lengths Young M.ii.'.l* took sec
ond place, with Pop* 1.c.. third
Time 1:17. (ros*w*lte up on win
Dud* Wade msde good with his
followers. w*_o backed him for his |
heavy track. He came down tbe
stretch Ilk* s streak, storing over
Ded Damsel, second, snd tittle
A mas*. Itottlck. th* favor!!* la
this race, was not heard from. Time.
1:17(4. Button up on winner.
There was almost as murb Inter
est In tbe handicap at tn the ttake
rare, owing to the fine field thai
wss pcts(ed. The Prld* lead (he wsy
sround (o (he head of (h* slretch,
but It was clear st this point thst
th* par* was telling cm htm. snd at
the same lime It could be seen that
Forest King wss merely enjoying
himself. When Ihe field entered the
stretch Forest Klnir took th* lead
and galloped all around hi* field to
the wlr*. The Prtd* hung on and
raptured second place, Platonltts
finished (bird Time, 1:18-4. Gru
well up on winner.
KVEnKTT, dun* 80-Th* la
cross* game between Everett and
Tan.ma played her* yesterday, re
sulted In a tie. It was oil* of the
best game. seen In this section
since the league started. When the
Inst quarter ended thn score stood
1 t.i 1. Tbe game was (rial from
start to finish. Tarom* had thn
better of It at lb* beginning, but
st th* asm* dm* It wss decided to
bring them down with one crew,
T In.in.• Mm satt had charge of the
scow bringing goods for bis firm.
Chsrles Hut. r snd Thomas Shaw,
th* two | sitae—, now in Dawson,
received word from btm that he bad
reached labarg* some time ago
Knowing tb* danger* of the passage
Mr. Shaw .en- word to Morgsn to
hay* tb* scow tnwed down If pos
sible. Mr. Bhaw suppose* that th*
ITospartor'a crew refused 1., accept
tb* tow and that his [tanner did not
rare to drlsy tbe Irtp any further.
Tbe iraw belonging to Morgsn.
>'•*•* * 'inter cunt aim-1 eggs, b.iti,
potatoes, fresh fruits snd general
■ ,,..!.,, . |l. , , , outfit ... made
i up of sugar and canned goods.
during th* latter part th* ball was
la her territory th* most of the
Urn*. Within four minute* of the
• !.•** of th* gam* Jos**, T aroma's
Coal, dislocated hi. shoulder.
Mills, Everett's rover ■►■•int. was
un laid mil st th* unit. linn with
a sever* cut oa th* head. Th* tie
was not played off, owing to Tsao
ma* crippled condition.
STANDING -.1 hi : LEAGUE
Won. l-ost. Tl*
j ffasttls 10 —
Everett .83 1
Port l. 0 1 —
Seattle Lacrosse Player Violat
ed Rules by Deserting to
lacrosse team* throughout th*
length »mt breadth of t'.n.ds have
slwsys bsd troubll from plsyers
"Jumping" from on* team to th*
other. *nd tb* Northwest 1 .aero—
league, from ''i* present outlook,
may soon be a* bad ** *ny ot the
**^*»f—l**** teem* unless a stop la
put to this prallre at th* very start
George Oddy, formerly of th.
crack Wettmlnstrr tram, this **.
son's local rover point man. so the
story goes, ha* "Jumped" to the
Portland lacrosse team. Portland
has mad* tb* poorest showing so
far ',!» season of any team In th*
league. After the Seattle-Portland
gam* on* week ago the beackers of
th* latter club made offers to sev
eral of Heattln's best men to wear
Oddy was the only ni.t to accept
and left for Portland Saturday
night. Its Is the first player In the
Northwest league to "Jump."
The Northwest leserosse league at
It* organisation meeting adopted
the rules of the Itrltlsh Columbia
i-iu sssoctatton, with but one
exreptlon. For Instance, If a player
on the Vancouver team wishes to
stop playing on that team snd play
with ths Victoria team, be must be
a resident of the latter place inn
ty-one days prior to a match with
that team. Thla rulo wan struck
out by the Northwest lengtte and the
ml* "A player shall be Silo* to
play on only mi. team during the
season" was sdopted.
It will therefore be Impossible for
Portland to win snd keep my
games with Oddy on th* line-up,
because every game that team plays
blm ran ho protested by Seattle,, Ts
rotna and l'verctt,
Portland cannot boat Seattle with
Oddy playing cover point, or any
position th* field. BsatUa beat
Portland on* week sgo by I goals to
1. la Portland, and th* Utter tesm
will have to "losd up w.me more
befor* her tram can play even with
Oddy I. th* best rover point play
•r Ib this league today, Tbe Best
tl* team regret* that be has "lump
ed," not so much on account of in*
ing his services ss because it Is the
first unsportsmanlike set of »ny He
at II- player.
The •land Is. rnase team, by
this 88* act, .ay soon see Its (in
ish, utiles, it follows tb. rule* It
would not b* surprising If . league
meeting I* called soon and tb*
Portland club member* given no
tice that they mutt sdhrre to th*
rules of IBs l**gu« or suffer expul
ALMOST A I
ANGELS EARNED BUT ONE RUN
OBI' HUOHKI YESTERDAY
PACIFIC COAST tEAGUE.
Standing of IN* Club*.
Won. I j .at. pel.
TBetrti , .4« S3 .Ml
leu. Ansel-. .4 33 583
OskUad ... 14 38 .*..;
Sesltls 43 37 ,M!
San rratn!».t) 33 II 413
l*oni. is (9 .833
\*» Angel** won out In Satur
d.y s g.tn* at Recreation park by
a acor* or 4 to 1 Yesterday lbs
Th* dentist who Is SB *spert plat* maker Is sn exception—not ths
rule. Plats matter, are born— not mad*. I believe that I bars * a.t
utal faculty for plate making Of course lat• id s great deal of troubl*'
by absolutely refusing to make real heap plate* which sr* not only
■ hasp but really dangerous. I could write an entire talk on th* dan
ger* of cheap pl.t** but I think that moat people know • great deal
of tt already. I rbarg* a fair print for • satisfactory plat*---by that I
meats a plat* that flu right, looks right, masticates right and It dur
able. Tho*e «ho sre wearing poor fitting plates sre Invited to call.
Oisromfort from poor plate, .an of tea be rectified by a dentist who
I want yon to feel free to consult me as often as you like. fall
every throe or six months sad let me examine your teeth. For this ser
vice 1 charge nothing, and my charges for work don* are slways as low
sa lb* grade of work I do will permit I an quote definite price* when
I know Just what 1. required
Teeth emiraeti-t and filled absolutet-
W-ttKe-St pain Br our let- scientific
method, |,si*nt> d and ttsstl In v* t.tily.
Nervous People I*££-R_2*
tti.tr trrth retracted *r* Invited t.
vail *t our affrc*. whrr* w* will .1.0 l
eti-ttat* |n iti.tr entire ..ti.'.tiitoa
our claim f r pilule*, .atrsctin*.
CASCADE LAUNDRY CO
SHIRTS 10c COLLARS 2c CUFFS 4c
( 817 SECOND AVENUE -=-______.
OFFICES \ and
( THIRD AVENUE AND MAIN STREET
fss\ **->. WE t.CM>—OTHERS IMITATE
a,1*.1.M1 _U * hS'S Ulet.r.fllll) fllt.t PHI IX- rr*T7C-J*aSr- v
*'| li"^t'J- T\ . persona with *...... In le.tt.e .n<l
W 1 ,v> suar.titrc v • v pair ef • lass*. \ -*_'-VS,e*'i*iVi3
_il_^a3fTr,i ib*t win nt KVunsot.R tipVirAt. **B_ißf_asS«"
l**X?* wt_W l r_* 'CdMrANi i.... r Jam** 1101. IW Die- N-*vV_L$P
_a_a. ■***-*— end Aye.. Krw Tork bleek. —i*#"
Hlw he* (iirnrd Hie 'l*s by wal
loping tit* Angel, by a sew* .'I to 1,
Jay Hughes iat. 1., d a fine gam*,
shutting th* champion* out until
th* ninth Inning, when a timely lilt
brought In tl ' only run made. iloili
sides fielded well, Log Angnlns in.k- -
lug a couple of costly 'ii 'ii* v
Nt ti,i, pitched it fine game, and J
had his support been a. good as
that given Jay Hughes by the H**t
tl* tesm thi game might still b* lit
Hi ore by Innings:
He.l' ...0 0 0 0 0 3 || M
le'.AngelßßU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—l
B nail . s
DI.OKI. EVEN AT TACOMA.
TACOMA, Juns 20—Tacoma .nd
,'inn (''rsnclsci, brok* even In ths
two games played hern yesterday,
I Han .'rsnHsio won tbe morning
Kami am] 'faturns turned 'h« tables
In the afternoon. Hcors:
Morning game—c H.IH3.
1 it- -itiii ..0 I 0 0 0 0 0 I o—3 4 1
Frisco ....02103000 0-0 ft 1
H..MI ii.-rt M. iit.tiald .'. -th.lll,
Wbalen and (lorton.
Afternoon game— J1.11.E.
Tana ..0(IJ0012fi*-«lO l\
rfrtseo ....1 o o 2 0 ( > 2 o o-B IS
ttatterlrs—Overall and Hogsn,
Ycrbes snd (Jo-lob^
OAKLAND. <; PORTLAND, 1.
roriTI.AND. June IS. Oakland
won utnola wldlly mfwymfwymfw
won out In a wildly exrltlng game
here yesterday by bunching her bit*
In lb* eleventh Inning. Th* flsld-
Ing on both aide* lit excelb-nL
Hand ..OOAOOOIOOO »-I
Oakland ...0 000000100 B—4
list let lea Itoach and HtM-lmsn.
Cooper snd Byrne*. I,'roplr*. Brown,
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.
AT CINCIN.NATI-ClnclnnaU. Si
AT iHIOOKI.VN New Tork. 11;
AT ST. leOl'lS- St In. ' 4-2;;
PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
AT BOISE-Bots*. (; Spokane, L
AT HALT iJUCEJ^SaIt :.,... 7-3;
PUGET SOUND LI-AGUE.
AT Isni,lS"<;ilAU-Ev.retcy-«' d
Wooley. «; Beadle. a.
THE AMERICAN LEAGUE.
AT HT I-Olld New York. *-8|
st Lbbbi, 3-1.
AT CHICAGO— Button, 2, Cblca
Oil Until August
BAN FnANCISCO, Jon* 20—Th*
Ji ffi i.•«• Motuoe fight ha* tt**a post
poned until tb* latter part of Au
gust. Jeffrit* Is willing to thane. '
It on Jun* 30. but Mtsager Coffroth
of the Yii.t mite club, after ct*osult-
Ing with th* ■irge«ini In attendant-*,
decided that lb* wiser course would
b* to postpone tb* fight until then
*a. no danger the flghl until knee
eer of Jeff a lu'uied ka«*
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