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OLD TIMERS OF STATE HOLD
INQ REUNION AT MADISON
The Washington Pioneers' Asao
elatton began Its annual reunion
this morning at I'loneer bsll. near
tbS MBillHttll pair. fill 111'..H1. -Mill
about SOO BMmbari present. There
ar* 900 member* ot th* association.
The »t..ltn ..|>. i.. this mornluß
a' 111 o'eUtek *llh Invocation by
Jrlev r. Whllworlh. followed by
l-ea.i ' th*> reooriis ami report* of
officer*. «*n. J. a MMi-sir follow
ed with s eulogy of »t-l*m*iilent
. .1 Uriah i.i. Mrs, \V. Q Thotnp
-808 -ant and Allen Wslr dellveretl
a i>iile..t of **• President l»*vld T.
Denny, Thl* afternoon the plo
iieer* took a it,!.- on the u'-f on th
steamer Kins County. This even
•lag tie,, will In* an entertainment
at th* Third Avenue theater.
Slvtecn pi. era have died durins
..th* y*ar: Hey, John Damon. Anson
a Mllltr. John M Swan. (i«strg* 11.
Steward. I-mis tlettman. Sarah D.
Übby. Dsvld T. Denny, Wslter
Crtvrkett, Capt. Frsarl* i. .turn-.
T. T. Wtxvdsrd. tlobert 8, Moor*.
William 11. (lllltam. Mrs. Cyrrnls
'.Thornton, Catherine Kratler, K. 11.
1 Sits Charlr* F. > liars ttias
MaMmrnt. Mary J. Morgan. J. J.
.McOtlvr*. M M Keating. X.'*» II
S".-ott si i David Munro.
' Tb* program for tomorrow la ss
1 , ine-vtai Dinner, noon; op*B
tag session at 1 It) p in : song.
•"Halt Columbia." by Mr*. TA*. It.
..Whittlesey: address, "Tb* Native
Sobs of Wssblagton." by Kenneth
Mackintosh: oration. **Th* Trial*
sad (tern :■, or Pioneer Women."
by Rev. Myron EelUt; soag, "Hotn*.
Sweet Home." by Mr*. W. 11. Wblt
''•-•' pioneers tit*™ant-eel In
group*; exrnrslon on steamer King
County at 1:1. p m
ISAAC MARKS, A WELL KNOWN
•SALOON MAN, PASSED AWAY
tee- Mark*, one of the proprie-
SBC* of the leu' '• saloon, ItMrft
Ural avenue, dropped dead thla
mormr.i about t o'clock In hi* apart
•rent* at tt.. Estate—l«B. OQ Sr. nnl
ay.mi*. Mhi ifter be aweika B*
**Siip-l-tiil to bis sort that he wa*
feeling til and told him lo «c, for a
doctor, but before th* physlc-in ar
rl-red death had *-*■**. Mr Mark*
Had been * sufferer from heart .'.il
ea** for arm** tlm* *n- hi* death
was sot wholly vn*.p*--ted.
;-' Mr. Mark* was IS year* of age an.
had been IB business here for *
■Maker of >.-r* lie leave* a s i !.,
•ad a ton. . *djs. ami Is la Coll.
to—via and was notUietl if th* death
•f her rvishand by wire
>6iTh«* body "was removed I* tb*
(Special I* Th* St.-i
ffPOKAN'R June 21.—During a
family quarrel Sunder afternoon
Harry Crawford, formerly a con
doctor and ysrdmastrr on the
Northern Pacific, formerly a con
i wlf*.". Th* wounded n.j-i i. not cob*
•t-ered la much dsngsr.
:" - Th* shooting was the result of a
series of quarrels between Crawford
snd hi* wife.
3» C*n st th* Arlington hotel, rcr-vm
Est the Arlington Specialist
nd see Rupture tt. •
Heard, who *p*nd* his life In this
work snd charge* you nothing lo
test far yourself. •••
Per Man Only. Turkill laths Ms
'•IIKADT'B. Ilasetnenl Desrer Morton
Hank. cur. First ... and Wa.leii.s-
Why not buy from Aroaaoa
and save „■'.. to Tf-r per gallon
on your win** sod liquors
■ ' 13.50
OLD MONROE WHISKY
' Highly distilled, tan re-rom
mend It lor medicinal or soclsl
.... . '.
*\BWt 11 a -rtin vi-r-r-mm^
•104 First Are. Sooth
Both Phones Pick li-l.
* rre* Delivery.
We arc offering our Immense Stock of Ladies' Suits,
Jackets, Skirts, Millinery and Gent's Clothing, at Consid
erably Below Regular Prices, for the season is Getting
Late, and we in Overstocked.
Our Liberal Terms—,~ 1.00 Per Week—Still Hold
Good, in spite of the deep cut*, we arc making.
Eastern Outfitting Co.
Corner Ftftl. snd ['i 1...
WAITING TO BE OVERHAULED
(Prom a photograph by V T. Mil**, tlrvmerton. Wash i
The iii-.tit- pl.t '.in- ot th* cruiser Albany was taken just after sh • had . set sn. li.ii in the harbor al
the- Puget sound nsvy ysrd a few dsys ago She Is walling tv be overhauled, and will probably remain
st tbe navy yard anywhere from right months to a year. - ,
Continued Frem P*g* On*.
NOT LAST LONG
CHICAGO. Jub* ll.—Tentative ef
fort* wer* mail* by th. New York
<«.»•** « this morning to rush th*
program of the convention and com
plete all business i.v tomorrow
night. Many delegates believe that
with tb* ticket settled In sdvsnr*
snd with bo situation to rlear up It
Is fruitless In drsg lb* convention
over two days. Tb* .1-9110* of
early adjournment rest. *Btlrcly
within lb* discretion of th. con
Chalrtnaa Payne of the national
rotaaiitlee said there Is s strong un
dercurrent fsvorsbl* to tarty ad
journment, r,.taker says h* would
II M. KEIIENS.
a M. Kerens, of St 1-onls. who
represents Missouri oa th* Repub
lican national commltlt*.
not be surprised If lb* business of
ths convention was concluded by
I Wednesday night
Gov. Hl*, abols of th* opinion
tbat th* convention ought to be put
through with a snap, as ever,th.
Is cut aad dried.
CHICAGO. Jun* 21.—Four women
sr* amors thoa* st tb* convection
hall, -who occupy th* green chair*
reserved for tbe select. Tbey com*
from Western slates, where women
vetc, to sit as alternates la th- con
vention. Mrs J. It West of Idaho
Is something of a veteran la point*
of eiperlei.r She waa OB* Of th*
representatives In th* Idaho Repub- 1
lican state co&ventloa In 1100. Mrs
Jennie Nelson of tub Is soother
alternate. She Is th* wife of thtis
Nelson. * prominent buslßee* man.
Her 'iperl.t. • ha* been aa a dele
gate in many state convention* In
Utah. , - I-i.--
Mrs O. E. 'vi' aad Mrs A. A.
Eldrldge com* from Colorado, The
latter Is entitled to s seat as dels
gats, as Judge Nixon for whom aba
Is at. ii.nt,., was unsbl* to com*.
IN HOT FIGHT
CHICAGO. Jun* Jl.—After • pro
tracted caucus last lilstit. dmlng
which much ling ws. engendered.
fetenatt r I-svl Ail.nr was elected
nstlonsl committeeman from Wash
ington by th* delegate* from that
state over Jsn.es if. 'Ashton and
John 8. ."'• Mlliin.
'I bat question having been settled
vigorous .'i« .i.i- ti ensued over s
proposition to s*st Oeorg* W. DID
ling uf King county, one of the alter
nate* ll* waa finally given a cer-
I'd ii. if. i II had been shown that
lit c.in. Itraln.td, th* regular del*
gate, and P. C. Harper, th* othrr al
ternate front King county, would not
Th* d*l*gattnn adoptee] a strong
revolution Instructing th* members
eef the . inn, It lee on platform lo
slrlv* vigorously for • plsnk favor
ing the enlargement *nd advance
| inert of th* American merchant
The following . ml.b i|..n was I
Chairman, JimH M. Asbton; ******
•ti ii'ii!. C. VV. tltnghatn; rules and
order .if business. A, W Parley; per
manent organisation, Charles
Sweeney; resolutions J. R. MrMll*
lln; lo notify nomine* foe president.
J. ti le*wls; to nottry nil*** lot
VlC* l-real '.lit. In, A. 11. I i.ln -en
honorary vie* president. U*«rg*
Ths detention was unanimous f. r
I.lilt .'.llk* fOt V lee ( I r.l irtit
AT CONEY ISLAND
The Rest A Alkt Trans..,. •
Company announced Iht* morning
that work ob Ih* b*w pier le - I •
err. t. 1 at Coney Island. WVst Heal
ths, would b* started within th* n*xl
r*w ,:..i. Th* pt*r will b* t . -•■
just around IB* point from Ih* shlp
yord* of King A Wins*. This will
save th* long walk which heretofore
th* pleasure seeker* tee. had I*
mak* lo get la the beach.
Mrs M r- Brooks of Ull Four
teenth .venue south, and H ■ Par
.ll. of 1111 Fourteenth av.AU*
...-.ilb. both re-.ii ta Ihe i- !l - that
som* unknown man ha* b**n In*
suiting littl* girls In thai vicinity.
A few day* *go an Indignant worn*
sn took a pot-shot al lb* aa—a man.
who ha* nevsrtheles* resumed bl*
dej • v*d set Inns. .; >
John Morgan spent last nl«hl with
a friend whom h* know only a*
• Jec-rge. at th. Utter* room, on
Fourteenth .venue and Taal*r way.
Morgan I'll* th* pollc* thsl when h*
■ wok* thl* mini.trig hi* gold watch
L U. Co-Operative
Cor. 4th and Union
• iIIOCKRIER and pnoDrcc
Stars crpersted under tb* Famous
Every purchaser can be a •to. .
holder and every stockholder make*
s profit on his own pu ehss**
Phone, call, or writ* for particulars.
IP YOL* HTATTr. THAT ONL.T
RKP.R 18 INJI'RIOL'B—RO IS
'•OPPBTI IT DKl'PNltfl ON THK
HP.EU ANll Tim QI'ANTtTY lIUW
Until, IT 18— TOU'U. I.IKI.
MM. TO BATIK*"* PARTli'lTl-AR
I'l.'H'l.i; AND M'KI, Tlll'M
I ■).... n half-pint bottles delivered
BCe. . .
F'lion. Exchange 28. . t
TIIK Sl-ATTI.K STAK— TUItSI.AV. JUNK -i, 11,1,4
Th* Meslll* I I nn.fel t .-ill ...v t*e
ports to Ih* pttllc* the loss of sev
ers! pieces of jewelry ftom th*
household *• --is or Mt*. It -it.i.l
which wete being moved by lb*
company yesterday. Mra It—Hard
ii-l-l 11.'in that th* property lii*l . mi.
.'-'.. ol • gold watch, gold pin. on*
geld nits snd n stlvlr stlck-pln. It'
I* thought by th* tranafrr pnopt* to
b* th* work of ......li thieve* whit;
look .i-iv int,i«e of th* truck .liver's
Alkl point will have th* greatest
fourth ol July frl.bratton this year
thai tb* rsaott ha* evsr known,
IHirtng the day thtre will t>e athe
let!.- «|..ttt of all torts and d»*rrtpa
Hon. and si night th*r* will Be *
grand dtaplty at nr*w«fka Cert-en*.
I.r* it. now busily m.t'l In
ere. tins * l-.n'-l .'in I where must*
will bat fuiri'.lie.l sll dsy.
Tbe work Is be In* don* under lb*
.l-''iii..ti of A, it C I -rt i,i.ton sn.l
a number of Atkl point rttlsena II
Is .11 '..iii- ».| by Mr, isn,;.i..ii that
during IB* ...-i t, .i the bsnd will
t lay st lb* polat two or Ibr** night*
IS***** in of
Blocks and it. it« to mat. > very
Heal for iblrt. waist suits.
ALSO. TIIK NEW
Circular Cape Lice Collar'
This its new thing; It ' nlahe*
up sb nit waist •nl will make
* pretty yok* for a new on*
Call in and ass them.
& Child's s«c "Lr.
Opes.lte tee. Ac. ___*■
- . *
_♦ WOMEN'S SmSBA /f Af . WOMEN'B J
£OO t/f-f** t £r _r_/_*7/r_»«--a .»*■•* °° _\
! <^^^^^ \
- I « »' 1 • •-___' _—___<_V MT^^a-*^*^"*^_-** M*^__ ___^^ MIXriKI* i
______«___s_^_^T^^j^^ Xl *ITH
* A Great J7c Day Tomorrow ■*
A CROWDS CONTINUE TO TIIRONO THE NEW AND NOVEI. CROWD DRAWINO ATTHAC- A
A TION-THE 1110 DUTCH AUCTION COI'NTEIta A
_a Ths reduction In pries* continue, st the same time we continually inpply the pla> c of the ~.
W_ goodt told with hundreds of i *ts things. l?c boys anytblng on the Auction coußters today, •mllti* #~
A Brtlrlr* extend sll th* way from Bailee bonnets to men's on* dollar shirts. /
J CnjZf\UA~dAo m eE*du.i.<q'rj C|"| 5
J -p/»*JU Dress l»..tt,mt 4> ' •JW J
J Vale of very beet matni.ala both In Colored Voile. Scotch Twrtc-ds. an>l the Msnlsh finish AT
A gooda These grand* are never sold by the yard, but come as Dress Patterns In a piece ot <>. to 7 #
A yard*, and sre IS to S3 Inrbe* wide. This sit** sbundant msterlal for sny style of Dress, snd M
*1 the besuly of It sll Is ther* Isaot a duplicate of sny on* of these splendid Dress Psttems ill Sea' *Z
f tie, whlrh gives yoti .i itn-a* eattrrlv different from that of ant mi* els*.
M Th* regular price* an 812- II.MHI 117 VI
B** You .Take Your Choice Tomorrow for $7 50 4*.
£ Below We Mention Other-Bargains From Our Great Pre Inventory Sale 5
_\ OS* VAHIi ntle YARD BO* YARD _\
T „ „ . , Jpor our &«. Woolen Plaids Por our 75c Woolen Mil- *T ,
_** Por o«r 11,t5 Ousrantecl anil m.ture* tor*''l- A*
_[ lllack Pesu d* Hole, " nd "*"" arte YAnn _T
*T _, ...„., 8 I-3e YARD Por Women's Street Hats. A?
_ one i Ali 11 Por our «He lancy worth up to $3.1.0. a
/ i.. $ . ..i
it Por our 11.00 Woollen Mix* I.swbb. .. ;>n
A lU"* 3S* YARD "Be YARD "or the finest quality of i
_. n.ic -. Mm imported Wooltsa Mixture*. ~_
A j Por the best quality of 75c Por M-lnrh All Wool Navy lualv* Hull Patterns, A
A I Bilk Muslins. lllue Cheviot worth I 15.00. i
J ''. Pre Inventory Crockery Sale STtoA^iS. x $
_» FANCY CHINA OP AM. KINDS AT ONE-THIRD M-IS. Al. I. VASES, ORNAMENTS,' PIO- _*
_\ PItEH. KTKINS. CUPS AND SAUCERS. ETC.. ETC., AM, AT ONE-THIRD 1.K38. ~|
■ f These clearing price* n't- ill c'linlne rrcluctliiti-e-one-third Ichh than our regular marked prli 88, 07
A and will prove a grcut saving fur ninny economical people. Hoiisewsrrs si Pro-Inventory Price*. A
J lilting Sun Stove Polish per Copper Clothes Hooks regular lu-lnch Platter, 25c, for if»e J
•~ package 0* ir.c per dot,, for dot in. 12-Inch Platter, 15c, for ..3*e *Z
A Table Water Tumblers, regular 'Pretty Porcslala Pattctn. to 1 tit. Howls, zvc, for 11, A
> 4te dug. for each I* lust at about ONE-THIRD 7-1 tirh Ovsl Vegetable Dish, 15c, >
_ _ 17 qt. Royal Steal tiit-nllo Dish LESS, for 10* *£
# Psn, can be used for prer..TV- I ejt. Milk Pitcher, SOc, f0r,.23c glnili Dial Vi'gsUbls Dlali, 10*. A
i lug regular Gsc fur €0c It, qt' Milk Pltrlier_-.V, for STs for .._3c A
SURVEYS BEING MADE I OH 111-
RIQATION SYSTEM ON SNAKE
RIVER THAT WILL COST
(Sn.ti.l i* tri. Stsr.)
CAl.DWt.l.l.. Idaho, June 2t.-~A
plan whereby 160,0011 seres or arid
land till lie Itiiriali .1 at it rost of
, |". i.'ii null i... recently leftm formu
lated by th* Malheur Power ami Ir
i ii'ii ii'ii t.'omiiatiy. The entire rspl
tsl is i-niißi tiiii-l by well known
rapllnllats of Oregon, Idaho iiinl
The laud Willi II It I. proposed to
Irrigate la .11, th* west aids of
Hnakit rlv*r, lo th* vlrlnlly of On
tario, Th* company Will utnix* th*
WBl.'t of th* Atnit.e.. riv.r and dam
that stream Bt ths mouth* of Jor
| dan and Crooked rlvars at a point
I'-i tiiiit-s from Csldwell and SOI
miles from Hllver City. Th* wster i
will 1..- rsrrlt-d In a natural channel
for 80 miles and diverted tn the
lan.ls near Mitchell Hun*. In B
• anal *..'.. I 0 rent. hi* tanal will
re... li all th* lands on th* west '
• lie of th* Una! •■ 'in if mlles
abov* Ontsrto and .0 miles In-low.
aggregating 1f.0.000 u .n-s
The reservoir for the storage of
th* wster will tie tot-Btt-d where the
Amyhee river enters Hoi canyon
sad will lie gtgantlc In ettent. The
walls of th* i anion *rs almost t-er*
tietiellt ular snd B solid masonry dam
118 feet high snd 880 feel long on
the top will he constructed to hold
th* vast wrlght of water. This will
gt-r* s •tins.r cspaclty three rail**
wide by fifteen mile* long with an
aver are depth of *.? fret. Thl* It*
mentions storage of water will be
amp!* to Irrigate ISO,OOO inr. and
furnish power snd light facilities
for all th* town* and manufacturing
*nti—prise* within a ratlin. of 100
Walter flrsves, rontratttng engi
neer, a icr't-l-i of th* firm of Bllrk
lira* . Of Salt t.ske the rontrsrtnrs
and th* promoters have been la lb*
fletrl for th* past two weeks. Th*
i n-utiect. ire now on permanent
enr-ev. aad rrn** sedlonlng snd
the work I. being pushed to th* nt
most. An Important feature of tb*
entr-rprls* <• that th*r* t* an soun
ds!***** of water always st bsnd. ss
th* Anil hee river beads la the War
n*g!e mountain range, *nd drains
sn Immense are* of hr*ry snowfall,
which la lata In melting.
Raman* Hlglry, ... of Qtilmrara.
•nd Margaret Dnnatdaea. 10, of Kv
ergveeja; Albert Henry' tleeba srt
Mo** Rt***e*sr Adams of legal «_*.
both of Keattl*; labe* Doatwtck, SS,
BBd I !■!_ !.*!». IS, both of tre
WILL TALK SMOKE
According tn Pr**l,]*nt l/.-i»' r
th- health board will meet will s
few days to tak* up Ih* SBM-wl
t ti-1.1. in Tb* matter ha* been vir
tually turned orer by other city or*!
flrtai* to Ih* board for enforcement. \
Msy..r II iSlier-r, llullev Inspector
Murray, Ptre Marshal K-lb is and;
other ctty official, t. tie been ashed;
la be present al lb* -well---.
VICTORIA, n. C- Jun* 11,--Th*
Kanagawa Mart*, which died
her* thl* momtns. bad on board
Mra Vim th* wtr* of th* J,i>..n m
..-until lo Canada. Sh* I* B—l Its
way »a*t with h*r rhlldrea I* join;
Peter Pusero. a lodger St the
D*r*l lions*, tells tin poll ■ that
hit took an Italian toy by the name
or In,iii to bis room to pass Un
night When lin awiiktt this morn
lag hi* . ..ini,.mi..ii of the evening
In line Innl tilt li|i|ic,tn tl with a pin 1.
--, iiiiiiiii i i.Cl.i n im- 1..:
Mini of the rteiittl. I, inf. it who
iitleii.li.l th* recent Itiirikers' umiMi
tlon Bt Wfllht Wall* returned to Hie
I It) mi. i.l iv, reputtlng n tiioat *m',
tessfnl .iitiit'iitiw from * l.iieiii.--e
■ ii.l a. ■ i.i standpoint.
The Oi R. AN announces *|ie
clul tales un July t tor the Maptlat
"Tn.ii.. People's t'nlon meeting lit
lieiinii, |;i for ill* round til Por
the aIH li'l Imi*:.- of I*lks at t'tnclri-
Httii. ulil.i, a B t . .i ii rate nf 171 Is
trilt.le, I'nr the M\.th t'tn im- ttleel.
It i' nt Ml ti.tt. , N. J., a ei-. . i..l rate
of I'm Is given, tin August I, I ami
10 tickets will be -.ii sale for In* OL
; A. It i ..i.v.-i-ii.-n at Iltistiiii, th* rat*
being li ' n... and fur Hi. Knight* of
I'v'iiine convent Inn. lit Imulavlll*,
Ih* tine being i,'.. v:..
Delegate* to tha Prohibitionists'
national convention at Inttlanapoll*
left this morning for Portland,
where Hi') Bill Join till Portland
delegation. Among tbosn wlrn went
thla morning were; Id I II B.
Dunlap. C. I. Ilasgnrd, Mrs. Has
gard and son, J. W, Tuttl* *nd A.
C. Mllll. ... Thry Irsv* I'm tin.,.l
tonight, Th* largest Pacific coast
delegation on record wilt attrnd Hie
Th* habeas corpus proceeding* In
stituted by Mrs. Josle Martin to
compel the Wasblngtoa Children's
Horn* Society to restore to her ber
1.-year-old daughter Hatel result
ed Ist* yesterday evening In the
girl being given to friend* of the
Mr* Martin tre. urt-I a divorc*
from her husband several year*
ago ami wss gives tbe custody of
her two younger children, wblte
Martin was given the custody of
lla/el The girl, nevertheless, llv
•d with her mother until recently,
when •he lie. am* dissatisfied snd
ran sway from bom*, by the advice
of her filrr.il- going to th* Wsth-
Ingtoa Children's Home Society.
Tbe society kept ths gtrl. snd
when her mother called for ber re
fused to give her up. claiming thst
tbey hsd tb* n.r.sent of her father
to keep her Mrs Martin through
Attorney p. D. Hughs* Instituted
habeas corpus proceeding* Tbe
raa* wss strongly contested by th*
officer* of th* society.
(I*BBB*l la Th* Star)
AIIKItHKKN Wash .June tie—Tbs
latinrh I- S. West, which left Best
tl* r** weeks ago for Hob- Hlver.
Wash,, with I. 8. W*st and family
ob board and was supposed tn have
t.i-i lost on th* way. rearhed ber
dratl&atlon saf.-iy Sunday after 8008
Th* launch sought shelter la Krah
bay, where It .a* stormbound for
severs! dai •
Tb* launch »a* safe In lb* har
bor at Aberdeen yesterday afternoon
when a Seattle an*rnt*>o paper pub
lished a sensational story ot Its
having beea wrecked.
HERALD. TAtDOlf. Id. •*•
JAP LOST LEG
A -In (..'in. bi luliorcr, by 111. liSllie
of Hat niiiiiiitii, whll* wot king In tin
Port lllakcley sawmill, acinus th*
Hound from Heal He, wsm raugM be
iwn'ii two logs and bad on* of his
Stone, h-tiar & Lane
Has Captured Masculine
Her* are all anrts of siit,pllr» for mankind —underwear, _*_,
ci.llur* .ml i-i,in- ,,-i H || '... , „i„,,,i unrluiif Hutien
i hllils |irlres. Killed up the tables after yesterday's onslaught,
llemly o .in fur tomorrow.
ON THE f»« TABLE THERE ON THE 60* TABLE THERE
Men's Unen Collars, sll Mens M-leskln Glovia.
■tyles and sl.r*. worth 12•..-. worth II
i i ii-- Coon's best make. Wool and Cotton l'nd*r»
Men's lilath or Tan Cotton wear, all sorts, worth 11.1*,.
Hoi. w.irth 10c. Huspenders, worth tl. Whit*
Men's and Hoys' (Doves, Kblrts, worth II
fool or c-slfskln. the latter Rllff ii...m lores Rhlrl* of
■ fur hard wotk: worth to lor. prresl*. worth 11.18.
Dawn Mini lki-i. !.:• f.. worth - Plain Wt.it. ■ Night Itobts,
10*". worth IL
Club BBS Hhleld Item Ties,
•f silk. ON THE 25* TABLE THERE
ON THE !'-c TABLE THERE ARE
ARE Boys' lawn Waists, Roys'
Bill Ties, for men and boy*. B'2**^ *■£___? W?,," M"
• v.ry acirl; worth lie. *_*"* forking moves, of
■ lair 11... for mm. plain "' _„Jl* i *_«_"!?_Lj I*-*1 *-* ...
*'"' fsnry. wool *nd cotton. . **,*"■ ■ pl'** Teckssnd Four.
Dors' Hhoulder Ilrsc.*; toU lf__!*" *****.. *""* •■■■*•■■■•■•„
more Khleld Hows. Kerchiefs Halbrlggan Underwear, —l
worth lie sl**s. In ecru; worth 10c
rtusi-endera. such ss g*n«r-
ON THE 39. TABLE THERE »»»» s*ll for »*c.
ARE ON THE 35* TABLE THERE
Oolf Hhlt'e In *. .ires of .__
styles, worth lie and i.c, -■I- wise
t.rts.iii and Derby nibbed Dalbrlgrran I'nderttar—ents,
I'nderwesr. L'nlsundered Derby Ribbed I'nderwear,
","-. White Rhlrts. Boys' Neglige* Kiinry and PI.. Ho.. Nlshl
ti.. n. Rhlrt.. Children's l'srasola
Men's Overalls, the ttott*
-ftmw of the rio*d." too. ON THE 75* TABLE THERE
eaters for men and boy* ___
IB f*ncy •trlpsat Arts
Tut" It IM tisii Wool Ribbed Unclse-ar.-
THE 11.00 TABLE . N at«rsl Wool -.„„.,_.
It ■-.-'. all sorts of tflne Merino Cnderwear. English
Cnderwesr, Pajamas. IHtrh- tnske Whit* Dress Ifhlrta,
gvad* Khlrta. Ilurk.kln t'nder- Men's I'mbrellss. 1..i.»!n
wear. Kateen Hfiirts and Union lire** Clovea. Fin* "Monart-h**
Suits. Values up to 11. Bhlri*. Klnt Wo*l Bweattr*.
Second and University
a sale of folding go-carts
Tuesday and Wednesday
W* have too many folding go-cart»—quite too many of tbem —
and a. ar* sure these exceptions! prtc** fixes, for today ,_,*
Wednesday only will move a quantity of tbem. (let your folding
go .art bow—right now.
Tnop day and tmm _~* —
* -/ / •*» /"rß*iß_yaad
W-dn-wttay [ I 'ft
Only I II jf*^l— ****
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_>_—! II !• t-si-^L *_»o Oft
This folding Cart It well
MM snd of nest pattern. "a* An attractive folding 00-Cait;
cane *est snd spindled body, body of reed with cane hotoat;
Pint-bed golden oak Rubber well finished: baa rubber tire*
tired steel wheels, finished green , n d steel wheels flnlthc-d green
and striped. Regular price Is and striped. Regular price Is
11111 l —-■ ' ' ' " " ' *""'*■"'*"■ ■■ 181 I 111 ,BBB.f .__.. .■—■ II 18...,, I
tho Standard folding go-cart
Tumwttmymn. _i^~~~,, Tuomday uinsßTtr*,-*
--*"^ V " _\^r t V _■.
A light and servlrcabl* Go- This folding Ua-Cart, with st-
Cart: ha* perforated back nm! tractive rattan back and veneer
dura I tfSBSSf scat; fitted with scat, bat "flood Health" springs
"(iocml Health springs snd and "C.ood Htrength" callings;
"Oood Btreunth" castings; compact light atrong; rubber
strongly raiile. with rubber tins tires; a -*•*•* good cart Refit* *
Regular price Is |1.50. lar pries la 1,5.00.
Standard Furniture Co.
L. Schocnfold A Sons
1006 to 10HG First Avenue I
SEATTLE HHLINOHAM TAOOMA I
li-gt badly rrtisbrd yesterday. ffs
wss brought to Provident* i.'itpltiil
where th* teg WM amputated below
the knee. Dr. lilianiinti performMl
fitrs. Cyren« and Xsiilhti*. fysobl.
Ms-It Madison parks, half hour
ly from 10; 30 a. in. to 10 p. m. daily.