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MRS. KATH-RINE FLECK REVEALS THE DISGRACE OF HER
OWN CHILD FROM WITNESS STAND IN ORDER TO ASSIST
THE STATE IN CONVICTING PREACHER NELSON
I "The RIM* tells us not to svvenr,
if *nd tt I* wicked to miy 'Ht> help me
A Ood" In the sen** II la used in . mil I
it ■'I. 'a,for this rea»tui that we villi
v^**3»l take the oath."
Ur. and Mr*. Adam Mnyer and
Mr*. Kathrrlne link, »lines*.'* fen
Ih* si.it,. in the trial of P. It, Nel
son, Ihe street preacher charged
with adultery, mad* thl* startling
Statement today In etplalnlng their
it rusel to t .-.1- the oath whlv.li the
clerk start*,! to administer vvhcu
Ihev were calletl lo the staiiet.
''Jr. They refused to b* sworn, nn.l
W were allowed to affirm Instead. They
agreed lo tell Ihe 'truth, the whole
truth, and nolhtng but th* truth un
der the (.tin. and penally of per
X The Nelson trial Is progressing but
I slowly on account of th* huge num
ber of witnesses which ate tv be es
ainlne.l. The corridor l» filled wlih
them and took* much Ilk* a busy
corner at an old time camp meet*
• IBS*. Th* men and women who will
testify for and against the preacher
sr* exceedingly religious and talk
if little el** than creed* and dog
mas white they ar* watting for thetr
turn to .111) i-Uum- of I hem read I
Mrs. Katlwrln* Fleck, who I* the'
STEAMSHIP VICTORIA TO
BECOME EXPOSITION AFLOAT
* Th* Northwestern Stramehlp
Company's fin* atesmahlp Victoria
will leave this port Novrmbrr 4 for
a round-the-world voyag* loaded
with American manufactured good*
Bar exhibition In foreign rtrantrt**.
Jobs Rosette, manager of th* com
pany ha* for *• vei al months been
tarr_Bf*t.g with American manufac
turer* aad merchants t.i take booths
oa tbe steamer la all. to exhibit
their good*, sad tt Is said baa met
with much success ta hla venture.
It Is planned to arjst.se th* booths
along the lower deck, the passenger
list Is to be r**trlt ted to .--• all ex
hibitors or members of th. fami
The vessel will call at Yokohama.
Kobe, Nag-teas --'tans' , Hong
kong. Mantis. Singapore. Colombo.
Mauritius Delano* 'at Cap* Town.
AdeUtde. Melbourne, Sydney, Hon
olulu, aad. if battleship* are not too
B-tlve in the vicinity, at Port Ar
thur sad Vladivostok
This novel method of adrertltlng
Mtk*-* you stop and wonder If
I to did ant make a mistake and
give mm l*c coffee for tie.
It • no mistake. That* our
price. Other stores chars** you
Me. We rental our c»ff*e fresh
Tea and Coffee Co.
931 Bece-i* Aye , Near Madison
Men who demand
an' spprerfst* good
aarment* should see
onr new arrivals In
summer stilts They
sre handsome produc
tions. Prices sr*
Strongest Topcoat liens* In th*
COO. 804 First ay*. car. Celumblt
mother of Ml*. Rmllh. testified
ngtttnst her daughter this morning,
Bh* — til the cv. ni.in 1,.1,1 gttttrn the
tetea tutu her Imi I tint the I-'l.l
vvitnteil hrr to be Nelson's wife anil
that she had un that ar.-ouiit tle
seiteel her sit little children mi I
Hun. v sinitti, ,1 devoted husband,
to lluk her life with the preacher's.
The trtira came Into the old lady*
eyes while she trstirirel, but she snya
she feels II tn be ht-r duty to testiry,
even Itiou.li It I* against the char,
actcr nf her ovin daughter. I"he snlil
Hint Nelson and the woman had
been living together BS nuin and
wife and hud tintele no effort to con
ceal th* fact, us they believed It
c .. th* 1 ■ " I « VI 111.
The testimony of Mrs. Adam
Mayer, a slstrr of MY*. Nttillh, wa*
about the ».ime n* Ml*. Fleck*, snd
A.tuin M.v.i «.i* . very ilrung wit
ness against Nelson.
Attorney, for th* preacher thl*
morning asked diulge Hutch, befor*
whom the cane Is being tried, fur
•n order rr.tmining the newspapers
front printing anything about the
ran* on th* ground that newspaper
articles were prejudicing the public
i.-iln.t the preacher. Jinl-re Hatch
refttsetl to grant »uch an order.
It Is thought that th* state wilt
finish ll* BBS* Ihi. aßernooß.
manufactures abroad has never
been tried before in the I'nlted
Stales, although It has been la
Bag lan el Three years ago a pro
j. hi was on font here to send the
Nome steamship Oregoa on such a
tit'i. but th* pUns of ih* promoter*
BOARD OF WORKS AWARDS
rOHTV. SEVENTH AVENUE
NORTH WATER MAIN JOB
Tb* board of public work, this
latum nn. swarded contra.', aggre
gating nearly III""' Tbe largest
WSS tb* I'urty -»ci enth ai rntie north
water mata. 11*11 A ITlce were the
saceessfnl bidders, their bid being
147.098 for laying east iron pipe.
Th* . nnt.trii. lion of the main Is of
much Importsac*. It will extend
from tie medium pressure reservoir
at Volunteer park 18 Woodland
park, farntahlng water to a large
district thai ha* hitherto been una
bl* to secure Cedar river water.
Th* eontrsct for laying the water
main on Hoy lot avenue north was
elan I*4 to Dell A Price for l« -V,
The Rparger Concrete- Company
were th* aucrenaful bidder* for lay-
Ing concrete walks oa East Madi
ison street from. Twenty-third it.
n-te north to Twenty-ninth avenue
north. The two bidders for laying
! thl) walks on Bast Madlaoa street
from the bridge st Thirtieth avenue
east to th* Uk*. construction of
which has been enjoined by shut
tine property owners, were releas
ed. The lowest bid on th* Job nil
Btlrrat A Ooett were, given tbe
rontrsrt fnr the construction of a
sewer oil like street from Rltth in
Ninth avenues, their bid being
Tb' contract for grading Ilattery
street from Blith avenue to Penny
way wsj given to J. Kalberg, ' la bid
of 13.1.27 being th* lowest.
The bids.for grading Atlantic
I street wer* _***••- to th* council.
The limit of sssestment for the Im
provement Is til.* whll* th* low
est bid was 110.131. The contrail
for grading .-. and ad|a. .Nt
streets was held up. pending action
of the ■ i,'-m 11, The lowest bid waa
114..41. and If th* work Is ordered
th* rounrll will have to appropriate
about tl '-00 ont of the general fund.
The n.ir.. r Asphalt Compsny'•
bid of ' 28.33*1 for paving Prospect
street wa* rejected. tierßus* It wss
nearly ,3.000 abovs the limit of as
HUE HE HI
(Special te Th* Star)
KIT-VIM.X. Wash., June 21.-J.
It. Kraft who t»Brt to hsv* been
tried for burglary today, escaped
from the Adams rotinty "nil st 13
last night by bending the bara of
hla cell. Sheriff Shorno was In I
Hpokane on business, and his son '
C.'lyd* was In charge. When Hhot
no look breakfast. Kroner, his fellow
prisoners said, was In bed at It
o'clock, and when Khorno want to
take him to the lotirt room, he
<! Ist over id that Krsaer had em sp
ed. No trace of him baa been found.
COMES TO END
The Hrntiit rtinptcr Rnynl Arch
M.anlia or Washington rnitetl Its
Hill annual ton vocal Inn at tiunn to
il «y with the Insinuation uf officers
fur 11. ctittitttg year. The meeting
ha* been ihe best"attended Of utiy 111
the history of th* titelrr mil many
vlaltli ■ ..mi .ini.-ni have born In
Th* foili ive in,; i-iiiit.l officers were
elected and ttiet.tll.-.l today: N'tttlian
,1 I'm lei. high piiest; tills A
rrointdon. tlepitty In. ptlest; Rich
ant 8. Nichols, klngi I'i.iiiils II
West, s, rllir, li. 1.. i i 1. Mit'inikry,
cni'titln of Hie host; Abraham I,
Miller, principal aojtuiiner; Fred J
Klsetisfihn, iti.v.il Arch captain!
Wesley t*. .st,.ti.-, in i-I. i nf the Thlli!
Veil; William 11. Rowland, master
of Itn Herund Veil; l)r, Minimi, of
lii-UHifitniiti, master of tlie First
Veil; Horse* W, Tyler, ttea.iner,
and Yancey C, lllnlock, secretary.
till BVHi-es New. Asa n I
TUBMONT. N. V., June .1.-*
When Ihe Im-ut-at Into tbe tlen.
Slocura disaster waa resumed this
morning Deck Hand Daniel O'Neill
• wi.it- that he never pattliipated In
B fir* drill it!".aril tb* :•!... urn 11*
dented wins there bad been a
(Ir* aboard tb* Kloeum the day prs*
vlous. He told a arsphlc story uf
the fir* snd declared thst the fire
liner bunt a* s-Hin •« the water was
turned on. An attempt ws* then
made to bring the deck hone Into
use, he said, but the coupling did
tint fit It* .limited ovrrboard snd
twsm sshore. He landed tn a small
boat, which rapsltf-d. ll* admitted
being warned by the man tn the
' .mall tf.it not to Jump as th* boat I
Second Engines r rtrsndow awor*
thai be received no v.ii Mil orders
from Cspt Van ftchslrk while the
fir* was In progress. He rwmaln*<l
in the engine room until th* Hlorura
was fast aground. There wer* bo
apptlsnre*. he said, for 'siding th*
holds in case of eniriset
NEW VOItK, June It— 11 I
o'clock this morning twelve sddt
tiniisl hr-dlea of victims of Ihe flea.
Sin. it ni dtsasler were recovered,
making a total of ,41 Kilty-four
ÜBldentlflrd (...lie. ate st tb*
A severe thunder etinin early this
morning caused the bodies to com*
to the surface, eight being found
atlas near wher* th* steamer
Tb* relief nd bow stand* at
tU.rrMi. Two four-Inch gons today
wilt I.* taken out on floats *nd fir
ed along the river wher* ....lie. are
suppt-setl to be stink.
The first of the damage .nits has
been file.! by Mr*. Kate Mattler.
who tost four rhttdrta. rib. asks
About fifty Knights Templar
awaited the arrival of Grand Com
mander Un.i.ln r*. tiaiilt from la
coma, thla morning, and escorted '
bin to lb* Dtller bote! upon hi.
teachlna Ibis city. After a short
meeting at the hotel, during which
time the grand commander met
many of th* member* of the order. •
the local members of tbe rommsnd
ery. 100 strong, escorted the officers
of th* dr.ml ii.mman.ler from the
hotel to th* hall
The escort ... la full uniform
SBd lead by th* regular band of tbe
• oßimaadery At 1 o'clock the flrand
Comaaadery waa opened by (Jrand
Commander Hault and th* **veatb
animal cote-lav* of th* order com
menced. The session will end to
morrow afternoon with the election
and Installation of officers for lb*
Tonight th* Order if the Temple
will be exemplified by the fraud
officers in th* presence of th- 'mm
bers of the flrand Commander*, lb*
members of lii. local eommandery
snd the visiting knights
tt T. teogan. who-, alleged mania
for salt water bathing has led lure
to live tbe best part of Ih* past i
month up to his neck tn brine at
Weal Bl ,t l|e, ... arrrsted by liep.
uty Hhertff MrOee this afternoon
and locked up In the rtmnty J..11 on
a charge of lns.ii.ity t*tlls*ns of
West Heattle made th* complaint.
$J. 50. MOO* 55.00
Raymond & Hoy t
918 Second Avenue
THE le-ATTLK ST TU RSDAV JUNI. n, 1-.04
WHY HARRIMAN WANTS
TO GET INTO SEATTLE
Continued Frtin Page Ons.
Into line, an proof that they realise
11 hi 11 nm ii la ..mill, to tbe Hound
tily, mil Hint they will bn fi.li>-• tl
to i.inun till' liii.iiiiif.-e in in with 11 I ill
Tbey ilci.im to liultl ash I Baton «
ti uilc exclusively tv lbeiusel.es anil.
In i'.h In*--, -l I" >ni .il.in rate, tbey tin It-
Bullied the favor uf the shipper* tv
the i.l'.ti in pari ut tb* stats and
cun*ctitit>ulty furl that lliey can Bold
lin 11.nl iv
It is aaaei till thai In case llsrrl
man builds lulu Beat lis he wilt get
a l.u.n share of Hie fruit trade anil
CUT A lilt. FltlHilll
In the other 11 ma nf Industry. AH
Hii' Is itiili/cil and that be alii
fight Hill to a bitter end la referred
to us one uf the causes why the two
Northern line* tire bi'tlßtng.
Ths Nut thorn Pacific npeiily
lni.ii.tii Hint the line between H. si
ll* and I'liiti.ni.l pays mora profit
on passenger traffic than any other
lint' li tin' hole i ii.nil >, if nut In
the whole world. That Harriman
tinulil be a boon to bt tl It la readily
kunwu to every itersnu who baa bad
anything to do with the railroad
business In the Pacific Northwest,
Thst another line between Ihe two
big titles of the Pacific Nurtbwrst
would be a boon to both, I* readily
acknowledged ami the drstrurtlun of
the monopoly „>* in ii by the
Noitlii 111 Pacific would be of im
BtSBSS ben. in to passengers and
shippers, not only between th* two
l.nr-- cities, but all those luti nm <!l
ate, aa well.
Tbe operatora of the Noithrru Pa
cific acknowledge that they need
morn rijulpmrnt between Portland
and Seattle, and another lln* would
reduce th* atraln upon that road,
beside* leitucliig the financial atraln
upon those who have occasion to use
It Competition would redut* the
running tilt* U-twrca the two • it-
Ira It would rrduc* tariff rate*, aad
tie of Inestimable >alu* to 111* .m
About two year* ... It j. an-
I iititif.i cl that the stocks of the tlie
808 l.i.it Un* .ml th* it It. A N ,
»ele to I— 111 ItHteeel 111 in.ln to
build big Orimtat liner* 1,, run in
conjunction with tins-- lines. The
MATTKH WAS lilt, ii . ,11 1 UP
Ire-fiiie th* sttMkholders at their an
nual meet and practically decid
•4. Hint* that tin.i there hay* beea I
frequent •niinutireni. nte that tb*
Harriman Interests were guica to
Increase their mat _. strength.
I..mend slim. accommodate this
aa the Columbia river bar prevenU :
laige ablp* from reaching th* nty
' In order to enlarge hla ocean freight
fa. inties. Mr Harriman must first
»iek a harbor that will tmiaimt
dat* vessels of the .||'«t it ;-. To
do this be must abandon I'm Hand.'
ao far as laige teasels ate eoa-l
ecu,eel. and I til* I* 88M "' 111* ins
bobs .inn why be has not spent a
great deal of money in ettcadlng
bis lines la Union
It t* MLI that he cannot afford'
to do ... until he has better fa. IMS
for handling th* Increased business
that would folio* this development, j
Recently there ha* been a • bang*
la th* operating department* of the'
Oregon line*. Tbe 0 It AM and
the .-Southern Pacific line* la Oregos
hat* beea combined oader one bead i
■ad IMB Is pointed out a* a veryj
significant move. Formerly lb* two'
road* wer* under separate manage
meet*, tadependrnt of each other
88 two rival lines.
Mr Harrtmaa ha* be*a framing
TO maki: THIS MOVE
for torn lime, and when tbe merger
waa dissolved, bl* tbaar* to be«IB
work came. Mr ll.trini.i, was
quick to scrept the chance He will
i.-t l*av* * alagl* point of vantage
open to hi. competitor* and will la.
Cash **** . **""• "*•_■* __ ****" Credit
■ _____ mWmm B__T Stow. m in
.* wt bbssw ffWiw 4P »4LPr-far aBTaB_B-_oaa___iß*-MB_
Many Girls Registered
The Seattle girl I* not the k Ind who will sit back and allow
the l-iiy s to win the .'..1 special prices Is th* junior salfalady-salea
men coat- If the boys get th* biggest ami best arts** In this
contest, tbey will ... »■ to work hard.
every ami should Ktf. IS II
tiet a supply of card* and start to work. Kvery one whose
rard t. returned to the store gets S prim. It* easy Com* in
girls ami 1..)- and let us tell yon all .bout it
MA**'*- f The New Store's
. —^^**\il Special
lm'^iii'i if- J'"'' °" tadur*tari. tn get you to vl.lt the
|i^__»e***__>"i j* L new store and bt,. nun- acquainted with It*
f_4^^_#ar-: £3 r,nny atl'a*i*i »
K^STI _ ... ::.'
I: I $12.50
K^^.' •—* ft Holld rolden oik Chiffonier, ha* large ber*
l|MJsßßpaßaa_B EL • 1.-.l French plat* mirror, fly* ettra large
jjlj -"-Tt;' —*■*-. Fa drawer* with plain and brass handles;
J lii *well top drawer. Speclsl for Wednesday
'' ........... aia..to
Furniture and Carpet
Second Avenue and Union Street
"IMC IIUIIAI QUI nil STORC"
null their I*l . Hot v a* quick *• nii'ii
tan build new lines.
Meanwhile, his opponent* 111 the
I.lim of i II ...111 checkers hunt 111 111
busy lv attempting to hold na utile h
uf their territory ss pot .u.i. Ilsr*
i iiiinii ha* a certain .nil .nil ■'il' over
Ills opponent* In 11 water grade over
nn iiitiiiiii.ilii,. i in. Is pointed out
at on* of 11. chief I.I.HUH why III*
competitor* I. hi III" intrant I nil"
ihe Pugct : imi mi territory.
lln C nil. Htates 'HI Hill'
doe* Bill Hit 111 to be particularly
nm!. IM about sliikiua 11111. Il money
Si I III* tin mill of the t.'iiliittitilu river,
which fill, tip as fast us dredge* ' '">
i lean It out. The iii "■ uf keep
lug a channel through tbe Columbia
bar I* UNI great for private capital
and Portland must be contented,
white Mr. Il.n i limui must seek an
other .1-1 an outlet fnr lila Hue*.
Hen" lt- It the moat convenient
point at wlitt li he tan Imate and
her* he must ruin*, lino hit . mil.
•bare tbe I'm;, i Hound traffic with
tbe other lilies nut get . nt of Hi'
great profit tn
beween Head* ml Portland, ill 'Li
lug lit* ha la simply earning
out the plana of the futon Pacific
win. ii wer* abandoned owing in
hard nm.-I twelve ■ .lie ago.
Tbeae at** some of tbe reasons
given by railroad nieu why Mr. Har
riman I* coming to Hie Hound and
tb* reason why be Is now buying a
terminal In the Heattle tide lamia
Three year* mure, according to
those win, are on the Inside .if the
ti.iiMitli.ii will ef llarrliuan's
trains runulug Into Keattle over his
Th* recent visit of A J IMlng,
im "■ lilri.i of the t hi. vi.it Milwaukee
A 8t Paul, to Washington and Ore
| gun, ami his extended trip over the
line* of th* Harriman *y*lem, I*
mil-!.it -rt I tv bay* some bearing
tii-tm lb* pn*. m railroad move
ii.tnt The HUndard till company.
Pit.lib nt l.lllliS of tbe Milwaukee,
and Mr. li.iiiin.ti are •**ty Iden- |
tified In many ways.
It has been understood for years J
that tbe Milwaukee would like to i
I HUT TO TUB COAHT.
and certain Intereata controlled by
tbe ail in 11. - letrttory Bbows thst
ultimately tbat lln* will bay* a I*l
, niinsl here Tb* preaeut Vteetara
ttrm'.uu* of th* Mil .alike.- Is at
' l.iart sud .niberlslu. tk-utb Da
kota. I'rr-eliciil killing built the
! Us* from lllackfoot to .Salmon Ida
ho, suppCßedly tor tb* purpose of
later mending lb* Milwaukee to
that point **d Ibeooe to the coast.
Th* III.i .s. ii.i.ii Hue is now
: used by th* Oregon ithort Line, •
Harriman road ami it Is belli t. d
| thai the viait of the Milwaukee pres
< Ideal over the Hal i last system has -
! sum* connection with the project of
1 building th* Harriman lines to
It It suggested that the Milwaukee
wilt build from either Kn or
t'l.-tii! .eilnin. 8. D, U lllackfoot,
Idaho, .ml from Ha I rat-a to Seattle,
or BOIB* other I'uget Hound point,
snd thst llaiiiiuan will project his
line from Portland to .ttle
This would si** Harrtmaa snd
j tb* Milwaukee . enrapiete elrcult
ant . ice them In competition with
the Northers -i ifn and th* litest
, Northern. This would alati give Ih*
t-iantlar't Oil • imperii a coast chain
so that Itoeksfeller could ship hi*
nil alone the Pacific roast over line*
that ar* thoroughly ta sympthy
Th* Hla a la id Oil company's big
purchase of property la Tacoma a
short Urn* ago. i. said to nave ansae
, iii.nrrtli.n wtth th*
lilt; It All.ltt i.\l> II.AN
and local railroad m*n are of the
opinion that atiute aw h frame up
ha* been made. Why the Mllwau*
I."- unulil warn a line In Idaho can
tint be explained, milt for the
purpose of .inn time using It is S
putt of Its own system.
Some railroad prophets any the
Milwaukee will build from l.vuit, tt
I), lb* most northern terminal, aa
tills Will tiling It In tin-" iiiiiiiii.H
iinn lib tin northern llm This
would give Si ..111-- and the I'uget
Hound Html illicit .omiiiiiiilt n
ti.hi with hi Paul and it through
Inn to I 'li . ni;n
Whether iii. Milwaukee Is Inter
ested In thn present move iii shroud
ed 111 mystery, but there Is <i firm
belief that tin I i.ii 1 In with I lur 11 -
•OIK NI.W MINIHTI.II."
■Our New Minister" will Itn the
bill nt tin (ii tad tonight, tomorrow
afternoon and tomorrow night. it
111 good, wholesome pastoral piece
and Is drawing well.
Maude Adams will appear on Fri
day und Hnturilay evenings In "The
I nil- Minister." li.. similarity of
titles of the two plays means tittle,
as Miss Adams wltl Jump over Into
lb* Highlands of Hcotland and con
vert the iii.nn! In in i its Into the land
of (lie I.tlllllle brier bush.
"Till: CITY OF NI.W YORK."
' The City of New York." which Is
I- im: sbly handled at th* Third Av
emie, will continue through the
week. It Is attracting Rood crowd-.
•THR MAN OP MYSTERY."
11.- Man of Mystery," or "Th*
llol.i inlitlt lietectlve," which ha*
kept th* Alcatar fliled since unlay
night, will continue until Thursday,
wbrn the bill changes.
"Davy Crockett" will follow '"The
Man of Mystery" Bt tha Altnxar,
opening Thursday night, -11.-i con
tinuing till Haturday night
BOOT NOT FOUND
Tbe body ... unknown sui
cide who met death In Hie bay Hun- |
' day nlcbt ha* not been recovered 1, ;
The men who saw tbe man plunc*
int.. the water still stick to IMP j
' story tbat he waa drowned. They j
bBV* bl* hat still IB Ultlr 1. is.cc
stun. It i* a black felt, almost i
new. Tbey maintain that tin rur
tent of th* lni*anil«h river ha*
carried tb* body out into the bay
ami that it may never be it-covered, j
HE'S A HARD LOSER
Mrs 11*—il* Klektctl. who was dl- |
vorred from Post-r Ptrkett a few |
month! ago filed a petition In thej
superior sourt this morning king
that t**r ex-husband be restraint-
from sonny Int ber She claims that
Pickett, since the divorce was
granted, ha* hauated her host*. 11*
Ninth svenuc. and ba* devoted
hour* to peering Into tb* windows |
ami thumping on th* door*.
It Johnson, who I* staying al the;
New Weetern holel, ha* received no i
ltvf.»n i"tt of bl* e*lit* son, who j
ma* 1..1 «-'• Hundsy afternoon al,
1: t 1 son park playing ball. The
feii.er la of ih* opinion that hi* Boa t
I* drowned. Tlie boy waa to go to j
work for the Teal*-lllil Furniture
Company, on B»cond avenue, Mon
day morning and «... given a num
ber „- trad* tlrkata to distribute
None of ... ticket* he* be- re
turned lo th* stor*.
Wat-tC-Oods-We -g/^^^^Jp DteuCoo6' Sale
Now it your time-out* entire stock of new Laces and Fashionable Trim-mings.
unsurpassed in Seattle for richness and variety-Fancy Draids, Frogs *** Orna
ments—Choice Lace Edgings, Galoons, Insertions and Allovers-4ncluding fine
Clunya, Valenciennes, Torchons, Macramrs and Wood Fibres—ln **** every
thing desirable and handsome in the way of dress adornment—See our window
At One-Third Off Regular Prices
Laces r.nd Trimmings, worth .'--i a yard, arc now g__
faces and Trimming*, worth 50c a yard, are now JJJ
Faces and Trimmings, worth Coc a yard, are now 40£
Laces and Trimming*, worth ;.= i a yard, are now.. j»J;J
Laces and Trimmings, worth $1.00 a yard, arc now «*/»_,
I are* lo rj Trimmi'ii*** worth It.jo a yard, arc now ■ *].*:
l_Bcesanu 1 run-mug*! '"'_*-', c-s -__
1 -,--.« .„| Itimiintii"-.. worth Sjoo B vanl, arc now ....i*>x.---a
l.atrsanu inminint,-, w-iiii ** .• >
Laces and Trimmings, worth $3 00 a yard, are now Sfr-.IHI
Ml other kinds are sold in proportion.
A BIG EMBROIDERY SALE TODAY—WATCH FOR PARTICULARS.
McCarthy Dry Goods Co.
Second Aye. and Madison St.
The case of tbe state against Wil
liam Mom.linn, t barged with lilkli
way robbery, was dismissed this
afternoon by Biipsrtof Jihlk* Tall*
mini on ih* motion of thn prosecut
ing attorney. The piosectitlnK wit
ness In the iase, (leorge 12. Camp
-1,1 II it- ' -ii .linr. lo the atatemetit fil
ed In support of tbe motion for tlls
iiilhc.iil. ha* found at the Inst mo
ment that In ■ .tin.nl Identify Mono
ban a* (be man who held him up.
lin trial of the cast! was to have
been Inruii iinlay
Mnimii in Is the beardless youth
Chief |n l,nn v and his sU-titha ar
restod for the University grounds
highway robberies after Detectives
Kennedy and Hyrnes bad a pistol
battle with two thugs on Union
Mrs, Ruby Hthwsrtx iimn I di
vorce proceedings In the superior
court this morning against her hus
band. David S. liw.nl/ Hhe charges
1.1 tn with i].,i-itii.ii and cruelty.
Mrs. :'■. li wiitti- secured an order re
straining her husband from dlspos-
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Save $14.50 Tomorrow
Th* cut shows our r*l*hrat*d Victor Acorn Bteel
Rang*. There I* no better steel rang* In tbU country ■
Every rang* is fully guaranteed. The regular prlt* of
th* Victor Acorn Hi**! Range I* 14..M. Ws will sell
you on. for I ash
On Wednesday Only for $28.00
11. i. ih* opportunity of ;' lifetime—and you **v**
111..* In on* day! On Thursday lb* price la 141.19—and
totter rang* value for this money cannot be found any.
Monarch Malleable Iron and Bteel Ranges — Acorn
Range. I_oled* Ranges-all fully guaranteed— lie up;
ti down and li per oionth.
WE OFFER *» CASH FOR ANY MONARCH RANGE
BOLD BY ÜB, NO MATTER HOW tONO ÜBEO.
frl Hfll MFSTORNITUR-C?
VJ.LnULi [lo<&i*i& ittm°"t-
Th« Big It-UaUment House—You Pay When Convenient.
Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
all fortnt of stomach trouble. Puri
fies the blood. Restores tb* *P
If you can't steep, try It
If ythi sre broken ...in try If.
If your blood I* Impure, try It
If you have catarrh, try IL
Nothing ever discovered will so
Til. I Iv soothe snd strengthen thn
nerves ss Mirnyon's Paw-Psw Rem
edy. It does sway with the deslr*
for beer, wine and whiskey, Uullds
you up and makes you glad to live.
If you are constipated, blllou*.
and your liver torpid, take Murv
yon's Paw-Paw Pill*. The best
: "ii -it. It and 111. r Pills on earth.
I lug of property or money which b*
tin*. In safe depoalt vault* In th*
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