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ONLY A FOOL
m? I \ -^rtVvs
• j-1
t '-"j.***—.■ i ■ ...«
and hli money sr* tenui parted,
TB. wis* t-an-th* .inn who ttilnlvs
beyond his no**, beyond today
lie.-.!, saves sonn-thins. however
little.
The UNION Pays 4
Per Cent Interest
HiRfCIOM
J » MarTsoetKall. '-lit Tl. At**,
ICwianuel ti,... nt.. i*ii..'ii;.. IVeenworth.
I*.' ct In a fit H .limits. J It 1 "eteet.
N U Holner. A. Il -art.
lame* iv Itite*. p.
Union Savings
. A Trust Co.
in CHERRY STREET.
B*sttl* agent* Bank of fipt No*
N.vine, Alaska.
'lerj-.wr. *MUBJEMBPjTj| „
Alcazar ?**&£itwt
It. tn. A Wsrrtck. Propa. and Mgrs.
I'l.i.i.c. il im **•} at-..) lit.l AH
TIIK Kn UKIKVIONO COMPANY.
Two m -re ntrttt* .r.t a matin**
WsSB*BS— ~, Ih* snst mel.tdrama—
-A MAN Or MYSTERY*
nesitinitig rhiirs>l.ir N,l . "David
Crockett.**
ATTKAirTIVB I'ltirKStV-Nlghts slid
Sun.t.r Matlnew, -vo and lte. W**_*s
-iajr ami M-li-vlaj. klatlnce*. lea atv.l
IS* ___________________
Third Aye. Theater
hfn.ii'l.l * DRBW. klattsgua.
Beth teVt. rvr. Main Bt7
Tonight
tAll Week— Saturday Mstlne*.
Th* Great Scenic I'csina
*~M City Ml M.w York
A Production ot Great Merit
notb TUB I'ltit'ES
. Nl|ht—fSntlr* lower floor, Jt>c.
M*. no higher. Knlire balcony. 10c.
88-. bo hi.her.
SATTLE OF PORT ARTHUR.
Tbia stent spectacular *how
op*e-• on tb* old nnlvenrtty grounds
near Pint and Union. Frtday, July
inn. at t p. in.
Th. wonderful eshlblllun of Ih*
Jap-new* attach B*l**l Port Arthur
m.l naval demonstrations with lor-,
pel* I..nt* and battleships, etcllta
•-miration everywhere.
WAGNER'S MILITARY BAND—
PIECES.
He re.l"-' thl* I* 80l * Bier*
I—ting or a *t*r*«f-lkC'-ii show, but
MB srtual r* product lon of th* world's
greatest n*v«l test tie
•Thirty pterea of cannon flrtng MS
■hots »1 v..eels It feet |M lens til
Don't fail ta •»• It. ."om_ !(•
--**rv*-i seats, Adtniaaion ISe.
RACES
RACES
RACES
88* 1 II *? *•*
Meadows
leADIBS* DAT JUNE 84. •
SIX RACES DAILY
RAIN OR SHINE
Dr.IIBY DAY JUNE 53.
COM_tEN*a.VO -SO.
Itrtwt ears direct to th* (run nd*.
Frtdsj*. r_adl«t* Day. ladle*
fre* oa that day.
Admlsloa We. ißrludlßE (frasd
stand.
Superb music daily. COO horses
la attendance.
Th* pise* to tpead a happy day
Is "Th* Meadows "
June Excursion Rates
lio
HOODS CANAL
alrOO—eeattl* to or from any
point on route.
• IXO round trip, good until Jun*
11.
«t*s— Ferdlta tear.. Oalbralth
deck, foot of Madison street. 7 a. —.
da By, except Mondays; 7:18 a. in.
Huadsys
Returning earn* day
Union Steamship Co.
an GLOBE I'JUll.1)1 NO.
Loans
wa. have MONET TO
LOAN IN l_AJtt,E OR 'MAM.
AMOUNTS ON HAND.
_HH__________H______l__-i
".: " ~~
TheThompsonCo
224 Pike Street
I r_ the World of Sports
PITCHED A
SHUTOUT
Shields Allowed the Angels but
Two Hits Yesterday
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUB.
Btst'ding of th. Club..
Won. I-vst. Pet
B*n* ... ...... 4* »* Ml
Oakland ♦» *■ •»•*
l..i* Angel** «» aa m*
"Heattle ....t «> 17 Ml
Kan Prsncltto .... Si it 441
Portland 3 II .MS
Pea ttl* took a one-sided game
from th* Angela st llecr*atlon park
by a »cor* of IS to 0 yesterday
sfternoon. Th* ■ '.Ing of Shields
... the feature of th* contest ll*
came near mating a remarkabl*
rttcord. a* up till Ih* ninth Inning
not b hit was mads oft him. As It
was, only two w*r« scored against
him sad on* Of them wa- a scratch
lie r-ne but on* pass, too. showing
that he Is steadily Improving.
In th* last Inning, when l.o* An
gst** startK.l off with B two-bsgger.
th* fans hsd heart failure lint
Shield* settii.l tin.n snd fanned th*
nevt man. whll* th* other two went
out la sn: e**ton sad Hhi*lit* had
pitched a shut "'it.
Score by Inning*:
Heat tie 0 5 I I 1 0 « : •-IS
let •.Mil* .0 00000000—0
OAKLAND a. POn*n_tVND 8
PORT I.A Nit Jut** ll.—Oakland
won an uciatereatinf gam* front I
Portland lodwr. Both pitchers w*r»
hit often »Bd with ft- effect
Score:
ISirflaad IMIIII 0—«
Oakland HIIOH" 1-1
Batteries • User* She* ami Steel
man ft. hniltlt aad Byrne*,
PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Steed of th* Club*.
IVon. I .-tat Pet
Pf-ok*ne •' It .Sit
Hols* ... M IS *."'
ll"e 17 IS .4*3 '
■sit l-k* II II .IDA
AT RAI.T I. k Kr.-f_.lt |__aa I.
Butt* I
AT Hp-tatß* 17, Dolt* »
THE AMERICAN LEAGUE.
AT Plllt-kntn.PIIIA— '".'.ad.l!
phis 11. Washington 1
COLORADO'S REIGN OF TERROR
MARCHINO MINr.II.-5 TO BE DEPORTED, TO TUB DEPOT AT VICTOR.. UNDER OI'AHD , jb nfc^.
LTI-S AND SOLDIEIUS. 11 1
LITTLE TALES
TERSELY TOLD
A CONSTANT STREAM of proa
pec-tor. I* still pouring toward* the
iwrwnt strike «n Barker ere*k, Or**
Son. David ■ igg* and his two
son* brought down to (lrant* pas*
* cooking pot lie id* I with gold from
the "Glory Hole." i! contained over
14.000.
W. WII-SON. a Ureal Northern
fr.lght engineer, fell under th*
vt tie. |. of * plle-drtver engine In the
roundhouse i.t U-dllngham yesterday,
and on* of hi* legs will have to be
amputated
THE BNOHObtI I COUNTT
commissioners hay* granted a trol
ley franthla* to Robert lionet m.
giving him per mission to US* the
county roads for a street car tin*
front K.viiett to Arlington.
OUB T URST, th* workman at
Tort Master, who shut IM Larson, a
fisherman, through th* ear, Hund.y,
rivi himself up to th* sheriff yes
terday.
WHIM. .1 Ml, . In th* Billet
1:....t river, Montana, Harry Bullock,
THE NATIONAL LBAQUB.
AT CINCINNATI-Clnilnnutl 8,
Chit ago I
Vl' SI LOUia-Ht. I-nulS i.
Plllslllll'g 0,
AT M.« 1 tilth New York IJ,
lliooKlyn 4
AT RO3TON"*-T'hll*itelphls 8-0,
Doattin •-•.
PIIQIT SOUND 4,0110.
Stalling *f Ih* Cluba.
WO* I'tsl Pel.
Victoria IB 1.000
HiHlro-Woolley .10 1,000
Kverott .1 I .887
Seattle . 8 I .000
Heiiiaahsm 8 l .000
AT UK 1.1 I Nil II AM Rverett 8
. lielllnghant _
VALDORA WON
KAISER'S CUP
linUaOtJtN'D. Jun* St.—Vatdora.
the • ..utlflll yarht mnil by Dr. J
It-Mlgl.a Kerr, y**t*rdajr wan Ih*
_npseof Wlltlam cup In the yarht
rat* laid ever the ttturte* bets,-en
I L.ver and lleiigol.lv.l Tb* .ilttei
Nl.-.lletra. ***** By John t-Vlgu_.ii,
vi a. >..'..ii.|. and Alrhard 11. 1...'.
yacht Wen Itn, third, it hlie the keleb
r.tl.id lock fourth pi i.e. *fh*
rarer* got set at In fin* style Hat
iii In and * nil • smashing breet*
in- it... days t.i. c .. on. liigimnr.
th* schooner o*n*d by Morton X
Plant of New Turk, wa* IH* first
to 11...* th* lln*. arriving* h*r* .i
till o'clock y*al*rday mom ■
• lift* over two hours .heal ot th*
tutier Clara, th* la.t Boa' In.
Th* American .t. >in*r wa*
scratch Boat, however, si,4 lis 1 i,.
gtv* th* ntt.-t va.ei. Bandliai*.
ranging from fir* to nin* and mi.
ball hours.
PRINCETON WON
riIICAOO, Jnr-.e II TH* l*i IBS*
tnn track leant yesterday defeated
lb* I'eliersltv of Chic*** la lb*
flr*| Held **4 trarh me*t *v*r held
l «t«.--t tree two college*, only
first ptar* figure! in th* count, and
out of th,* pnestbi* It points. S'tm, *.
(on *«<--_r*4 TH, The honor* for the
ireei war* decile I when William.
and hi* tt*-. k it.,'» At.it. won th*
half-rail* eieni. cross in* in. Ma*
fully 88 yards ahead of i .Bill of
rtilasg*
« l-ytar.old boy. fell Into th*
water. Ernest Rich, another boy,
who I .a watkina with Ml** Anna
Htrong, Jumped In to try to save
Harry, and Both were drowned.
Ml** Htrong has an. • |... her rea*
•on.
A 111.01) in. nearly destiny*-!
the town of t'ulde*ac. early yester
day morning. Th* fir* was, no
doubt, of Incendiary origin. Havers!
other attempts to burn the (nan
hay* Been mail* recently.
TtH.-flßArillO INFORMATION
has been received to th* effect that
flenrral Mm Arthur, commanding
th* Division if th* Paelfle, will
-MM* north to witness the maneu
ver* st American l-k* and will brtna
with him a large corps of officer*
A NEW BANK", known as th*
"Itunk of Connell." will he opened at
Contiell about July 1 In the build
ing formerly occupied by United
fei.tii't Ijind Commissioner Van Val
ketihurg. The rashlur find controll
ing malinger villi be W. If. Buth*r
i.iii I of Hpokan*.
TIIK 15,000 RCIIOOI, nf'Nlifl of
Cunningham, Wn., hsv* bean ac
cepted by the state. At soon as the
money Is received work will begin
THE SKAriTIe^|STAR---TUI-rSnAY. JUN- si. i9*H
"NEWSIES''
FOR KRANT
LOUIE LONG'S OPPONENT 'Oil
MCRLY BOLD PAPERS IN 81
At TLB
When the mill between Hunt anil
laiui* lama take* Hat* at Mallard,
Ih* last uf 1,.i. mouth, If* up to
Krant to uphold his reputation
Batons th* nawsboys of H**ttl* by
lir.lllll. Llltl*. Hlltlll hsl tiet-ll with
ths li-. nl bunch of newsboys sll his
lite and la a steal tsvorlt* sraona
them. Th* topic of th* day anion*
ths i-walna Is lb* mining bsttl*
of Hi. rhsni|iiitn It l. Mir to s*y
that IB* whole bunch id thtun will
lie Ihein rooting tor the "Kid" 01.
th* Blaht of th* (t>.
Kraut started traliilng rrstenlsy
Tommy Dulan and Usora* Browa
at* Helping him out lit* battl*
with Ism* la th* biggest ev**t
Krant ha* bad I* m bia career so
far, and he will lea. Bothlna un
done to carry sway lb* dw Istiat. a*
II UieaU« • gt.nl lie,, for bis fttttir*
la lb* ring le-.eg la looked upon
aa about a* h.i a pio.»«ii|un s*
then, !• Id that class titeiav
The battle betwe*B rers and
Tang st Ilutt* last week, showed
i-t.i'.g up in t- tier light than t lie
Slasher, who failed to last tea
rt.iiii.ls wtth Ih tier* Iritis, has the
recur tl Of In llig able lv -,'n . eerfulli
withstand the terrtbt* B-sllol) th*
Meii.au hand* out. and 1.e.:.t nil
( hate to land a let i itilt- i!,i* Hi pat
him U» sleeit. „ j
WANTS BALL PLAYERS '
Manager Newman of tl- Haaltle
I uget Hound leagti* 1* ilkuslly en
gaged the** d*»s In lis.tius out for
few player* tv Uk* th* pistes of
those taken from htm by Ot* **.sb
agrr of th* B*dro-Wutu)*y ii-mi
Ilia horse-hid* «h.ll.|te am out
rverjt night wnrklng ilk-- Iruirtti.
to g*t la ft tn tor th* n- \xl can.* uf
th* league At th* resent Un.. they
hay* to grin and bear th*. "■■-*!..•"
of thslr friends over ibd- _rfe.-,i at
th* 1..m1. of Victoria. , ' .
FORrEIT IS POSTED • •*
RAN HlvMl.-iro. Job* .1.-Th*
forfeit money of fS.frOO waa ptwteej i
bar* last Bight by th* repr*a-ata
live* Of Jeff; lea and Mull i'l-. .. a
g'larantee that th*y Bill spina in
th* ring her* doling the last weak
of to trust. I", i, repreacntsllve will
poet aa addtt'on.l '.- ..a Aaa«*«|
1. Tb* money was ptar*a la th*
'hand* of Harry frOr-trU.
on the n*w school house.
FRANK RUBSEUU sged \s years.
was arreted in Tacom. --eirtc-fflay
on the rharga nf breaking Ir.t.v Ms
father's .use and steßllna 117.
Th* l-oy returned th* money after
■*•**• «___ to th* police trfirtiuß
tltv-'aiisr. Ed, Jones, , ..fW-.i \S<r
got himself snd alkrwed A*WAi.-m,..
volver to crTrne to the stlentloa of
Bergeant Peer »nd I'atrnlr-ian Chip
man he la now in the city Jail on
* charge of carrying concealed
wt-apom
When yuti want a good photo go
to Eggan A Krl. sun, 1..16 First, ...
* . ■—
Notice to Subscribers
If. anr evening, your ropy of The
Star hat not arrived at 1:00 a'clock,
telephone—f*uns«t, Msln 10M, or In
dependent I'll, any tlm* b«twe*a
48 and 700-and a enpy will tn **nl
you at one. S|i*clnl messenger.
Call Main ICI7 when yon want
grind laundry don*. I'at'lflc Coast
IrSiindry. ' SB*
It.at dinner In Seattt*. wtth Ban
t.m.a or Burgundy, .1 Unison Bar*
ttrila, H.'. "iiel and Jelin. eveiy ....
alt I. ILtia —
DRAWING TO A
- CLOSE -
Only 8 few nine Hays in which to lake advantage of our CREDITORS' SALE, owing to the fact that we have nearly
raited the amount uf money necessary to satisfy our creditors. HEAD THESE PRICES. COME QUICK.
Pants I SUITS I Shirts
.t, , 1 i 1* . Our stock is without question one
We have only _ij pair nt veii.itate of „,_ v __ d b „. 9fl , ctr ,. •_ .i._ ... _„ _ (Uok _ _,_„ • a.
■' nf tin • in tlie i,f'r> • li.ii •• of all .anry
pant*, in Hie store, of newest patterni Northwest, and comprises some of the _ _, „..,._
in light and dark stripe*, all of this best makes on the market. We wish l*4**« ami Stiff Roson, Shirts which
season's purchase, formerly sold st »*•••■■ your attention particularly to formerly sold a $i.i-o, $1.5 and
$4.00, $5.00 and $».•«>. choic* while the fact that these suits are of this sea- .
___* , tw-ins -ha c, and that to raise miuuy 51.50, for
mty •*" we ate offering them at about
Only $3.00 [ Half Price | Only 50c
We Were Forced to Raise $10,000 to
Pay Creditors !
Whose accounts are past due and who demand settlement by July 3d. Owing to the backward season and the shutting
down of mills, business has been ilack, and as we bought heavily, expecting an unusually good trade, we find ourselves
loaded with goods— all of this ft lag purchase—(and no money with which to meet OUT bills.
THE LOSS IS OURS— IT'S YOUR GAIN "
~*~**********~~
R. SIMGN & BROTHER
917 First Avenue Next Door to M. Sellers Co.
The Finest Equipped
Boarding Stable
in the City
OUCAN 5TA1.1.1
KXIRI.IJCNT VKNTIUATION.
ADCNDA.VCK OF 1.1-HT.
nojc stau-I roit KINK
iiuiMMi liiiHßfMt
Cascade
Stables
111 KIT 11 a Hl*ltll*i. I'm!*.
Phone Main "488.
Cor. Plftb Ay* and ft.-art t*l
HERE IS A SNAP
Sure enough. No better value
ever offered in any Piano in
Seattle, and there is no better
Piano un the face of the earth
tli.iii the
CHICKERING
Included among our regular
line of which i« a SECOND
HAND GRAND in excellent
condition, in handsome dark
case. Regular price yi-.'tO
till price now
1
ONLY $590
Jtifit the thing tot home, hall,
church, school, lodge or any
place where a superior make
anil form of Piano is desired,
and an opportunity to get it al
a price that at ones stampi it
a* such a rare bargain that fur
ther . i.iiniifiit is ttnnccc.!*.ary.
D.S.JOHNSTON(O.
803 Second Ay*., "Burt.. Did],
*—-. l-tillea* gad tietits'
V 11. ."I and Bilk
/ftp*. Watch Knits Finest as
#*_*« sortnisnt In th* city at
*/.*# Houghton I Hunter
*\AmAr 704 lust Avsnu*.
ALBERT HANSEN
Rio A J.woli-y
706 First Aye.
BONNBV WATBOM CO. {
rsjaaial lilieetaee ant 1-1.t1t..-. I-.*. I
lire Ttiltt are sal (.I srs I/-, -tree!. I
t.l.ehene. W.i. II Healil. W«.\ |
AdDesive piume Plate
P*rf*ctl*n S.icti.n Plat** $4.00
li-ll lIi.U.S a-U.OO
lillver Killing* ........... Y*(fC
,'lTldg* Work S-1.00
1.. il i'l .ell V* I on
All Week Guaranteed IS V.a'ra. j
Teeth eitractea free, without pain
and r.|t*» ma with new one* tb*
» 111 c day,
lliii-s I » la I H.inct,- I a 11
lastly Attendant.
"n'il'i of the it'endi i -reck we
de are to be seen st th* entrance.
HARVARD DENTISTS
|Blß!ggj^| 518
AlasJu-Pacific Natation Co.
Carrying Ala.l. P.tif.c tip',,l
•nd Utile* blatee Matt.
.'•* V*ld.r, S.'rl.i... an* B*i*>**w
Osllln* •' Juneau, Sits a. Tska
t-st. KATAK, ntamnr all!
COOK'S INLET I'l it NTH
8. a. SANTA CLARA JUNE M
B. 8. EXCELSIOR JULY 1
B. 8. BANTA ANA JULY 18
H. B. t-Unta Clara *_!!* every
to iivs vln nutstel* r.. ,Ie
Helling front Arlington Dock I
p. m.
N* freight received after noea
ef sailing day.
E. E. CAINE. Pre.(dent
J. F. TROWBRIDGE. M.nag.r.
I ft. i*, Haiti hit 111 ln.t A-a
B**lll..
North Alaska S. S.
COMPANY
Steamship Garonne
Balling on or about Jut* loth for
Nome, Solomon Bluff.Golovln Bay
Connecting at Ne.me for Tor., Teller
• nil tints'l.ue Buutitl ports.
Tick.! Office. freight Office.
Sit Ut *ye. litjlsl ay*,
•thank wATrniiot'sr: * co.,
(l.neral Agent*.
ALL BUMMER
Day and Night Class*!.
) £Z<A+*t£AA-~ j J
XJ^A*At^^.4A4^^CAAfA\
<v-e-.'—* *»c ——» ——Ma—* - *
McLaren A Thomson,
Op* Den March*.
R*d Front Furniture Co.
Bia UI'ICNINU OK Otilt NliW UP
TOWN llltAN't.'ll.
148*1 rite' Avenue.
■t.o-cii* worth i.l Met-tind-llnnd Hou.e
ftirnl.liliig, *- - > 1111 • i l.li ig Kuril I lute,
ltsnses. I'Klliele Ht.v.e. cli , el.-., at
a lower flf ur* thsn ever of ret ttl l.e
. fnre. iv. hay* e-m. to stny and mean
I what ... lit (let "tit inn. *,
Bel* Nei* On.
PHENOMENAL SUCCESS.
BUt* Medical Ictliu'* Itty.l l.v. latest dlscovrerle* for th* j
treatment of Nervowa tH****** hay* rerolullo-alsed th* prat tic* al I
oiedlcla* *n4 Birinr,
Their Solo Aim to Servo the Causa of Humanity
Won for them th* love ot ttielr fallowt the admlrattoa of their
brother tired tt toner* and th* unbeunled gratitude of It. .us.*;** of
B**l-1« ah., have been r**cu*d by Ihem from early death.
"•"J--'-'.: '■■"-■..* ''•' ; KV-. '■''.■ ■ , ■- , -' * - ,"■"***- „*■ -^ ■; -'/j*
a aaa
.- _____u_____ *-A
sV_?.;_sit*^.U.a)%t ' 't*,.ik -m.______i
___
_■_*
During lit Ittanv year* of uninterrupted activity this extent!*,
establishment h** become etreedlngly popular among the SIC* and
Arrilcted of the Northwest. Il* business principles and rnies—Fair
l" sin.c Faithful and Cnn*clentlt>u* Hervlce. Ilrasnnabl* Charges.
Huceessful and l*rompt I'ure*—have secured for It a <-se patronage,
which cannot be Influenced by announcements containing ettrava
gant promlaea of transient, temrmmrlly est.ibll.hej competitors.
Aald* frerm securing the good wltl nf the public In general, this In
stitute has rstabllshed Itself firmly tn the esteem of th* business
community. The Hint* Medical Institute Invites Investigation far
Ihe purpnfi* of proving that It Is Ihe largest and best equipped -ted
ical Institute In rlealtl* for th* treatment of Chronic. Nsrvou*.
Illtrod. :-l,!n and all disc**** peculiar to men. Its methods of trest
le nt sr* tiled, .-.in.* to latest discoveries and according t* re
crnt teachings.
Guarantee a Perfect and Permanent Cure
We Issue n positive guarantee of a cur* lii every *•*• undertaken
or money refunded. We want nothing we do not honestly earn, and
If w* fall to cine you we do not want your money.
Writ*. If lit ing st a distance. Horn* treatment p»rf**t_ v
f INCORPORATED.
D. T. RICHARDS, M. D
202 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH
SEATTLE, WASH.

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