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THE 3CATTLC STAR
UT BTAtt IT ttl.Will Ml CO.
Oe'l'lCl.i* -ll\it and IJUiI Hevtinth AvcBUB,
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v i t:i'tii'M :■ «s'v*>;^?'©a
M'-istnes. Department-But-set, Main lo.'Bi tnd«_*nd*Bt tin. *****~
Wdllurlal liepatimeiit-Buiutsl. Alain llg. 1 .
*™T"he" Blar'a*" K-Bten, office"*:"'""lis*tlnt-tfeirtl 'but it'll tig. t'hi. ago; I^'ilEu**
hulldtrig. New \orh, W. tl l'ttri.rllel.l, foreign *dveiUsing.
» HA I.l.Attn Hl'Ait AUKNI'\-1.l lUlUrtt eve, Htiu«et, lied 14l ; _
On* cent per cupy, .It eeiit*"tier"week, ur twenlv-flvs vents t*s-r month,
Btllverett by mall nr canine. No free t*v'plea.__ i . |r -- |i ':_ m .„ _____________
**~TO IdAlt^'dtllUtt'lttlililtrl ftii*ttste" viheiv"'i.vur'siilisci ipi inn r.i-lic-i il
tvo Ih* address label if each WAV**, R hen thsl ti.il* arrive*. II *>" «!'„!! it.T
lion baa iieet i. ., 1.,-ert paid In admnt*. Jour n*m* Is taken from IB* list.
jl.chan** of ttste e-tt the ..Litres lsl-1 I* a m^ett' t .___ t ,
' knTereil „l ih* 1-usiulli.-* at Heme. A. ".hlimtmi, *» »eiottd cuiss litalt.r.'
THE MAN OF 45
.•.n lien- Wermllcn. of Chicago, tu..-1 •:■, committed sulfide b«
cause he could ''■ ! obtain employment.
t.vcrywher* he sppllod. they told blm he was "too old.**
He was vigorous slid capable, aa hi- letters of recommenda
tion, showed. The letter* said 11, He. "suiter. Industrious and *
first class mechanical engineer." Hut b* was gray Haired and had
ths appoarsae* of ait older man.
nverywher* they told him a younger matt waa preferred. Dis
couraged, the mitt shot himself.
01 course Wertallen mail* a ahaitly mistake. He should hues
accepted the Inevitable. He should have sought other empluymrnt
than that be wa* accustomed to and fitted for. The wages might
a* lets and th* work uncongenial, but one cannot always lioo*B
what one wants. <
However, th* matter of age limit no longer concerns this mas.
Th* weary search la ended. ll* will bs tnrned away no !.".*r
Ue.us. he 1, too old.
Th* problem Is ours. What shall tie done with the man of 43?
—T* have told him to pi.-par.- for hi* work thoroughly. W* accept
his service tor twenty years, and when be ia la bis very prime dls
The railways say they do sot want clerks after they ar* 43.
Mevbatiii.il engineers ar* too old at that age Gray-haired preach
er* are not wanted. Glv* us younger nun. say th* congregations.
And so It goes.
Then tendency Is wrong Society lose* Immeasurably by lb*
turning off of Its trained worksra. And Inflnlely wot** than the
economic li—a la the heart*, he and dlaappttltitmeat of th* man who
la turned out Ilk* an old horse to cripple al.-i or die.
fv- STAR. DUST *>>
The cigar dealer*' union ought to
protest against th* dealers mark
lag the bos** •'Colorado.'*
A backer never feel* that he has
don* anything worth bragging
until be operate* a farm at a
. Strange disappearance* ar* be
coming 100 numerous to be Strang*
A WORD FROM JOSH Wltt-L
lie who fights SB*
runs away will llv*
t' ran away another
The summer days sr* close st hand.
When mankind suffers from ta*
Bit still Itt every poker earn*
- T_*r*'U he oa* man who has cold
"What's th* CSV-** of that nth
lato th* aid* sbowT""
• -OB th--. >' got a man on exhi
bition that take* th* mother-in-law
Terrapin sr* fast disappearing.—
Natural history sots.
Tea. It's Brsadalot-i how fast tome
people peat at a banquet.
RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
"You ar* making * big mtttakt
la that sewer,"' said ths political
That sewer's all right," Insisted
Ike eltjr engineer.
"It's sll wrong," retorted th»
boa*. "Whr. that sewer's SB big w«
•won't hay* to litillrl a new on* lot
at least 10 years."
TAKE YOt'lt" CHOICE.
C-onn Jun* 21.—(Hr Cab!*.)-
B"h*7 could fight a great battle.
'• They would fight a great battle,
It- ' might fight a great battle
. Thef may fight a great battle.
They will fight a great battle.
Tbsy will bar* fought a gr**l
Th*y .iisll fight a great battle.
Thtry shall hay* fought a greal
Th*r could hay* fought a great
Th*r would have fought a greal
$ $ $ OR YOUR EYESIGHT WHICH
Kiatnlnatton and titan-,-* KIT'l hii Klti:i"
Dr. Frank P i' r ,-■ , __ - '••••••*• Building
BEATTLE EYE. Kilt, KOBE ANO THOAI INFI llli Alt Y.
They might hay* fought a great
They may have fought a great
They are fighting a great hattl*.
They acre fighting a groat battle
They fought a great tattle.
They bat* fought a great battle.
"Is v.v-ir a '• a member of aay
"N.t ■ that is. eireptlßg the Neigh
borhood Be-a in. Cirri*. II meets
•very Thursday Bfterßooa.**
I like • steak. I Ilk* a ho»
I love st li'it. '■•* stands to step
To see the batcher chop 'eta off.
He take* my Bisk*, nor doth a*
To wrap them up surr-s—lng ales.
Tet sever doth he .hop th* price.
MAKING! A HIT.
Th* deman-l for Lok* the Iston's
"Copy Boy" stunts Bar* been so
great that th* & D. M. Insisted thai |
th* Foolish Ob* send la some more
of hi* hitherto unpublished work.
Here's one on th* salary question: I
AT FIFTY CENTS A WEEK.
L—st week th' of mtt rated my pay
f fifty rents a week.
I think he'd dose It long agn If I'd
had the Bene t speak—
An' bow I don't know what to do
with all my entry kola—
Th' city e-l . _ Mason, sad I kinds'
think I'll Join -
They say II costs a heap «' ansa*
frr don* and fee* an' *nch.
Bat If It's SBor'a fifty real*, why
I k'n malt, a touch
Per tea cent* er a quarter—'at ala't
so very much—
A feller shod do .rnethln' 'ats
"rtgtnal an you neck
When he's attancd th' dignity o*
fifty reals a week'
MB COPT KID.
VIS/7 OR ROASTS
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A MANCIIEHTER. KM. Jun* *>
♦21 The Ht.net, today quotes ♦,
A a gentleman just from BL ♦
♦ la-mi* as giving a* sppatllna '
♦ description of th* exposition ♦
A city. li. says visitors dlsap* *
♦ pear tinsi.ntints' r inc. of ♦
»■ robbers and murderers srs *
♦ splendidly organized, snd th* 8
A hotels are flimsy boxes n »
♦ which th* waiter* serve in 4>
«- their shirt sleeves, chewing and *
♦ spitting over th* beads of th« *
♦ guests with most wonder- ♦
♦ fal see-racy, a* BecldeaU set- ♦
♦ Boat occur. #
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HIT/A 11.1. E. Wash , 'una ll.—
Mrs Claud* Harris has been taken
to the Barred Heart hospital, Hpo
kane. wher* ah* will undergo sn
Th* contract for building the new
school house on th* west *lde of
the trark has been let to S, B. Bc.hu- '
ier for |»,-.',0. A few alterations sr*
being made In th* plana for Mi
sdditlon to th* high *chool, so that
th* cost may come within fI.OOO.
A rriiNn-.tr, MUBHAND AT
TEMPTED TO MURDER Hl»
WIFE AND THEN RILLED
ITUNDAI _. Wit.. Jun* tt.—
Juiites I-:-.,,.... killed liltiiaclf and r»t
--i.mi-t -.1 to kill bis wlf* Itt Ibis city
last night becaus* sh* refused to
live with him. Th*y had been *ep
arattd for some lint* and I ••il night
he trt*d to persuade ber to resume
the i. .ii it il rSlStlonSe tt *** bet
refusal ahlih provoked bis msli
Ons buit*t passed Ihrough her
wrist and th* oth«r struck b*r belt
in i-ie and only cau**d a flesh
v.. .. I Doubtless th* bucki* saved
CAP TOR ED
llgaalal 4* Th* Blacl
DUTTB, M.-tit . June SI.-Early
tb.is iiioi-iiiitK sdvtres from Willie
ton, North Hakots, tell ot th* cap
tale' of two daaper. liotsctlil.-vi-*
bi lieic.i to be members of ths no
torious "Dutch 11. my" gang of
"rustlers." by Sheriff Coansr of
Glasgow and Deputy DucHer. Th*
pi noin is. who gave th* name* of
Risk* snd Skopek, w*r« arrested
«ftcr a lively exihang* of thots.
Tbe raptur* ot th* two men follow*
s daring raid Sunday vtpoa two
IMB be. near Culbertson by "rus
tlers." who boldly drov* off shout
ti he-- of th* eat team horses la
amy'' Reed, said to be an
other member of th* It lit h lleBty"
gang, for whom a reward of IWO
ta offered by th* Stockman's Aaao
elation of Northern Montana, was
captured by the Canadian mounted
i pollee yeeterday Just aero*, th*
li..utter, after a stiff tight "Dutch
Henry** was on* of th* member* of
th* original "Kid** Curry gang of
outlaw* and train robbers.
Fur a short ttm* only, two beau
tiful full figure panel photograph*, >
ta folders, for tic. Her pi. k studio.
Hi'- Main. street, between First
aad Beruad avenue*. *"*
A fine •-j.f-1-it »tr*ef. grsded and
ttji -1 — just flMtrhe-l — from
First avenue ta I. ..|.he.it Mealtt*.
A timely warning is all wishing I
tnr»ly h.ttii'. Wit can never offer
boa** eloa* In *•• cheap (gala. Tak*
aay car on Washington street.
Seattle Homeseekers Co.
Ihe QUAKER DRUG (0.
101' I'll I FIRST AYE.
Both I'll ones 1210.
L C. DO-LEV " ,f,.' ""'
tire sl«"iee .net fin. Cjlitlcsl Otl-,1
W.tc-he*. Cut i 11... and J.te.lrv a
[i,.r, trial ell] ear roe In _i...15.i.
lui'slrln. «f Compile.led: Walsh.*
Louis KlotJt Jewelry Co.
M*w _«*aUea Mil **-.»-« i,_.
THlc-f.I.A.TT!,!'. STAR ftS-PAV, JUNK it. 1004
By Gl^l^^^^^^L KING.
• OlrVUltlrlT • Hi* .„_,_ <f^^^A>^ >' — ***_>** s-C>ci**YßiriMT• ia'oVi "r*TMe
»t i..nMjj^ CFZ^A^^^ry^ *"'"l** AJJOtfH *
ttl-*5 -^ *^*XI
At th* outbreak of th* civil war,
th* patriotic oration uf llm Intern
bam, graduating front Columbia
college, thrills th* vast Bilittim •• at
th* A>.ninnn of Ma in Ingraham
-•■■ l.li-. loves ti-liihii. ths beautiful
daughter of John Rsynnr, a pros
!•en.ni lawyer who hn* *ducat*tl
snd liberally provided for this only
son of hla former partner, sa well
as for i:.tvvai.i llurnham, bis class
mate. Returning horns with her
■ hums I '.tit tin receives a not* from
ituiit. Mra. Fairbanks, ami th* two
l.ti father, who, fearing financial
I ruin, fat he 1 gons to th* Ntw York
lias (oil* tn Ihe N.«
hotel lo confer with agents of hil
I Southern clients.
Raynor a«nds for money pack
sgea intended for th* Frenler es
tate. Ingraham and I'dltba find
that .111. of them are missing from
he a_f* itsynor has .1 psralytle
Returning from th* hot*) with
soma of th* gold. Ingraham Is
knocked aeiisele** and rubbed.
Ingrahani'a Injuries murine hint
to hla uptown room. A stranger,
at the Ilaynnr residence, demand*
audience With Rat lIbMII, Instating
that hi* tiller ha* claims which h*
must ratogiiis* Ingraham also la
larredea for her, sad ha aad llurn
Ingraham refuses * commission
because Id innxperlvnre, but decide*
lo ealtat In th* army. He declare*
hla hue to I ,11th* and l* overboard
by llurnham. I.dllb*. at thn parlor
window, **** him accosted by a
tearful girl with whom h* drive*
■ way. Huniham. asked fir SB et
-1 laiiati. 11, replies; Dm I stk m*.
I'dttha lt«ai*iab*r v. bal J am to
That very «v«nlng a gruff ser
geant knocked at th. office door
where cat a young officer In brand
new unit..un. with glistening but
ton* •ad ahou!d*r strap*, aad said:
Una!— St. a man to enlist," and
the* lo Insist,. with proper sir*
s.eiy- '"Tak* off fur hat!* Th*
young officer turned round, gazed
OB* moment Incredulous; then
sprang to in. feet snd. to lb*
•mat* and disgust of Sergt Hban
non. be and th* would be recruit
• •re rapturously shaking bands
and etplnsivelv hanging greet
ing*, it .a. I.ymaa. lat* of ths
Seventh and .till of th* Sigma 43.1.
now II rut ens tit aad a. 11 til. 'ta
unt of a detachment of Carl* gam's
vet.r.n Infantry mad* up from
"N-NOT ;PPB|-A—-, MMI IF INi.HIiAM BUT E_TB
! rr- rr^
three different regiments. '!*,» Bar
from letting bis mother fig ' en
list, Lyman bore blm off "' -linn*-*,
with s llttl* I »v v ot rntnratjg "Qr
mi. by whom th* Ides *.* pus.
Bounced Qtiltotlt* and absurd.
And of .11 this Ingraham tigri
Winn, when inter In th* •*' ■
tbey met by *ppolntment al W|j-'
ltr.lt. but not a whit bbb Iff***: m.n
soldier's opinion changed, nor llet *
resolution. To serve now "th **fr* '
ranks of the Utile battalion of in
fantry, where be waa knows to so;
many 'of the officers might, how
ever, a aourr-t of embarrassment i
to nil lientlemeii rankers we. un
'rt, - - :,.*- t '■■-
r.srful Odd. Again*! Him,
Itedrldden. stone end destitute.
!-'ii. li. tn brief vies the rendition of
an old soldier by name of J. J. Itav.
ens, Versailles, O. For year* he was
tumbled with Kldn.y .1 !-.■-.. ..- snd
neither doctors nor medicine. «.u..
hint relief. At length he tried Ktec
ttlo Hitter*. It put him on bis feet
In short older and now he testifies,
"I'm on the road to romplel* recov
ery." '■■■ on earth for l.lver and
Kidney I roubles and all forma of
etii.iiui.il and Hon el i 'urnplaints j
pnly i.v Q*t*rsiil*t by Druggist.
O. O. iiu>. In*, imi ay*. .nd l.a '
usual In th* tough old day* of the
it r.ul nn. tin.llr.ll we tt t.i them by
llm score en' 1 in. tiji .iiiiii war BUM
on. Twit 1 pi. I..|hi batteries of light
artillery were p.u 1 ■ 1 nut far away,
both commanded by West I'oltitcri
Of high |. P'tli. In Unit pl..f. '■■ill.II.
.11..1 a -to.-- ii young |i ■ lii.it' •! of the
a. mii mi. tlcUllcd sa drill Instruct
ors of volunteers, and only Just
wearing thrlr first shoulder sttups.
wer* quartered temporarily at Ihe
hutrt. Among tbnsn Winn hud ul
te,oiv found frank and cordial fel
lowship, and It was to one of thee*
bearded captains Im appealed fur
com,'.el, wbll* ho left Ingrutwtra
foregathering Willi th* yuuti..icis.
W'lllard's wsa th* rendwvou* uf sll
\\.,.!.inii'tiii In '11, th* bar and
lobby being crowded every evening
It was now long after 10 snd mauy
of th* officers *«r» leaving fur thr
night, as moat of their number had
to b* up with tbe sun, and atlll l-t
veteran comniandcr eat with C«pt.
Winn, occasionally glancing keenly
al Ingraham, as h* at-- chaltlni
mill tb* youbg West I'olnters
Finally be rose and strolled leisure
ly to tb* doorway of the svenu*,
with • kindly mid to th* group ol
aubalteraa who made way fur hits
tn auch 1 vi it nt rrspect and regard
assay of tbera lifting their natt)
fotage cap* in.ti-id of giving tin
tnor* formal salute.
Two civilian*, on* dressed In thi
• laggrrstlon ot th* Hnutbern style
his black coat skirt Ing mi.
lunger, hi* whits shirt mort 1*
tuf.'li d. hi* slourb hat mora raklsli
than ordinary, stood la t-amt-st con
feraace close to th* entrance, ab-
I sorbed, apparently IB their o»u at
fair. but both ItMiked up In sudden
Interest ** ths two officers, ooe lb*
Mexican war veteran of regulars,
th* other th* young captain of mill
tia, shook hands st th* doorway
and lb* senior **ld la hi* resonant
"You mar say to Mr. Ingraham
for m* that, for th* reasons I have
riven yoa, I counsel him to start tn
th* cavalry. then. if tie ever need a
frieod and I ran ail 1. ■ l*t htm
MM or writ* to me." Winn walked
with th* captain to the curb a her*
an artillery orderly stood waiting
with tb* hots. t,. then raised hla
'••rag* »p. a* tb* captain tnosißlad
and rod* quietly **sy, Wbea h*
returns*, to th* lobby, both th*
rtviliaa* had left th* door sad. far*
tiv*ly *tudytßg Ingraham. were
hovering within earshot of the llttl*
' About 11 Ik* party broke up
VVlbb starting for bis lodgings ii[
i Fourteenth street, after telling Ret
nf he srtlt!*rytnsn's advice ami
promising to .11 for aii-1 breakfast
', with lilin In the morning, Ingraham
going to hi* own little 11 mi on thi
third floor. lie us. tired and read)
for tlrep. and needed ii and wai
not too well pleased when over,
taken and ait net ed by tbe two men
he had had orcaalon to ithsei fui
I nearly an hour But nothing could
j bsv* been more courteou* than tin
! manner of th. gentleman In thi
black frock coat and anowy shin
I*lllll Th* other was far mnri
brtiacjue and business-Ilk*. There
waa nothing Boutlirrn In cither ton'
or iii.tiini i when the Utter ranged
alongside. and thrusting out hit
hand, said "Mr. Ingraham, mi
names lllunt and thai - what I am
—just plain btislneta—plain Bloat]
but my friend here haa reason ti
wish to speak in you on Important
matters, and didn't like to Intrude
so late. I ssld 'lluslneaa is bus)
ne-ui, come along.' and her* we sr*
Mr. Ini-i.th.tiii. shake hands with
Ip to th* liinment of til. mention
i.f his name, Ingraham stood look
ing the Intruder straight In tbs rye,
la manlfwit disapprobation. llul
Frenlsrl Tint put s new far* on
Willi uplifted hat, the Creole was
gracefully bowing, ll* did not even
■' .iv tti >•<!■ 1 a hand. With hi*
right he was clutching the black
felt, with his left attending a card.
'I'lilllppe I i.-i.i- 1 '."' Bald It iii
ham, Inquiringly, and with welcome
tn liis 1 '1 had thought to so*
"N-not rblllpp»-s—. M'sleti In*
gratiatii, but r*'s imlvlew," snd
in -im he t. n-ii t-.i his card, which
lit i took iiit't banli ully.tlifli glanced
st tb* niiit.-t.
II read. In dainty script, written
with a fln*>-|Milutcd pen. Dot e»
--gavi-d. In bearing, garb snd mMi
tier tb* young Houtherncr looked at
though just transplanted from the
'i.-i.vtr Coast" along the twirling
Mississippi to tb* dusty streets of
"What can I do for Mr. Frenler?"
Inquired l:- t. In all courtesy, lis
could at HI rttend no such welcome
to the man In th* loud check suit.
, Hom-iwhrre, and recently, be li.l
tern him befor*.
"The ti li.-n'i of fly* t- 11 • :." con
versation." brgged Mr. Frenler, and
lv* two wer* sil.-iitly bidden to en
ter It rr.i). it-i'.i room, wher*. In few
words M Ft*n • 1; ilalai 1 thst ha
wa* about visiting New York after
receiving the aamtlnn of the state
d. 1 '.1111:11 nt th.it hi cam* -ii the
111 st .ili.r of his I In 1* I'blHppe, of
I lut.lll Rogue, Bow lying -laager
oualy, even critically, ill. that b*
waa in.tru. t*d to s. - John Ilayaor
la his uncle,'* behalf, and that be 1
had read Is tbe New ork 'lira a'
brief account of that genUemau'a
alarming liitt. -• itul of the assault
upon and robbery of Reginald In
graham Wa* It so that the gold
ea* tagged with th* nam* of
I'tilliiv FrenlerT Aad bad it been
Intended for htm? It was so?
(Jrand IHeu, what of mlafurtuns!
And had i.er* been other tours, a*
rumored? Rut ye«? O Cl«l, what
of calamity! Hut assuredly M
Raynnr would promptly mak* good
th* amount of which M. Philippe
Frenler stood BO much la need- Ot
this Mr. If.gt iVatu did not feel aa
thortted lo speak Mr Ray nor
would soon be rtmdy to attend to
business, and M. Frenler could see
him la person. But there was a
hitch. Kdoitard Frenler Bad been 1
too long detained In Washington, )
aasuiiaa th* department of slat,
that be »-. North Is bo Inimical.
* 'le neither a* soldier spy. nor .
• lilllaa foe—and no* hi* ttael* 18
111. very HI. and appeal for his a»*
sl.ee to retura at oarr A boat will
leav* 'or Norfolk tomorrow evening. I
He must get hi* pas*, his safety
guard, snd it ts easentlal he 9* at !
*****. Hut her* waa bis good friend
snd factor. Mr. Illeißt tat* of Ns**
Orleans, but, being anion * ■ com
pelled to come north. Mr. Rlnnt haa
con.i nt to go and r*B-r****t him in
New York, and »..uid call oa Mr
Raynor with hi* credential*. All
I'erle Philippe's letter* will proba
bly t* there swsltlag htm, but M.
Raynor. who would know Edouard
at oar*, might not know Mr. Dlunt
at all Therefore they would pray
of Mr. Inrrsl.sm but a few tines of
Introduction. That would be sit,
sad with lighter heart Kdouard
coutd return to embrae* bit and*
•ad B* a comfort to hint. Mr. In
grsharu would hay* the gust ama
Mr Ingraham rasa "Teat ar*
both strangers to me, gentlemen
•aid he calmly. If not coldly. "But
Mr, Frenler , statement of the situ
stlon I* so lurid that I am moved to
do as b* euggr. ("Ah. what of
9——** a* what of cr-rapta.-— ne»!"
from Mr. Frenler, but Mr. Blunt sat
gloomily evicts. : t l 'It shall be
ready for To* at the desk at 10:38
tomorrow.tf jrou will hate th* good
ties* to call st that hour."
"Ah. but tonight, tonight.** ; lead
ed I'fi.i.t toiia.t... tl,. tmpers
live need of haste Mr. Blunt should
•tart by first train and b* there to
'It would avail htm nothing, air,"
answered Rex, his suspicions fully
■ii.v-■ 1 'Mr. Raynor can see no
oa* fur * week yet," sod with that
he bowed them o it
'I told you so." said Blunt, a* they
hurried downstairs. • it* a had oa*
lesson, end I'll *c* he gets——" then
broke off abort *• they turned a
•harp corner and rams fac* to far*
with Winn. -Boat unrip*-.tedly re
At I o'clock un ah-.!.' morn- <
lag. on the rough, red brick walk,
and In the shade of a long, old
fnsiiliiii.il, red brick and green
blinded building, strcti bin*, from
within a rod or two of Fennayl
v.mi.-i vi i inn-, southward toward th*
Potomac, a little soldier ceremouy
was going on, supcrvUtHl by a brace
of slim young officers in long
skirted, single-breasted frocks,
girthed with • itin-.. aaab and black
loathrr aal-er belt, and Brrutlnltcd
by the Invariable throng of laty.
loafing negroes, walfa of the Wash
ington streets. A tintm strong, aud
est It commanded by a hoarse-voiced
Irish m trii-iint. two detachements of
bltie-jai-kt'ted. high-collared, tlght
waisted troopers were aligned and
nt iiiii iiti.ni mid staling Stolidly,
stlfly In (tie front.
t'ltiHi. buttoned nt the chin, each
man wore * sntig-flttlng Jacket of
dark blue. Its every button -.Itstrn
tug. lis high hooked collar, black
senilis and edge* trimmed with
coarse cotton lace—th* old guard,
farthest *tuith, of muni: color, th*
tie* guard, I' el. 'till them, of glaring
'allow, the suit distinction lv due.
between th* oldtltne dragoons of
tb* Metlt-Bii war daye and Ihe n*w
mad* cavalry. I^ng. light bl<t*
Ifoii-ii-rs, strapped down under tlie
boot, garbed tb* nether limbs of
Keen fares wore th*** that ttn-'-d
forth, iitip.i- I,", from underneath
the vlsora. Htmie fnw wern Ol tin
phlegniatlt* Herman type, but mn-t
of Ho in had the -ln.il.vil rut of
llm Cult or Hi* ti-ttiii' Aim i!• 111 All
were rii-iiu shaved eiccpt aa tv th*
upper lip Trig, trim, jaunty arid
neat aa tlm new pin of tra.llttun,
there they stood, two typical sittmtl*
of Urirlo Hum's nOM&tsd warrior*,
the on* lUSt cciiiipieflng, Ih* other
Ju»l beginning s .1-hour tour of
duty at the gloomy old war tlep.rt
llll-llt nominally M-. guards ami BBS*
tries, but principally as mrtsengrir*
—"orderlies" or couriers, at llm <«»«
might ili'iaiui'l. Their horses stood
ready tinder th* shade In F stretnt,
but a aquar* sway. The real guard
snd sentry duty of the department
was don* by th* somber little de
tachment of Infantry now marching
In from the avenue at th* north.
Third man from the rlgbt. In th*
front rank of ths yellow trltnm*d
Birdseye View of C. D. Hillman's Lake Washington
Garden of Eden Addition Just Opened
I-arge crowds of people were at C. D. Hillman'*, Garden
..I Eden yesterday, on Irak*' Washington. Over 400 lota
an-, acres were sold. No wonder, when lake front lots
and acres sell from $10 up, on termi of 10 cent* a day,
all the 5 and 10-acre tracts on tlie lake front will be sold,
a* it 1* the finest place on earth for fruit and berriei.
,Come at once. Several ho'! - with iota of chickens, on.
5-acre tract*, nearly j-iven away on easy terms. Take
Washington street car to Taylor's mill, on Washington
street, 5-cent car fare. Hnquire at saw nail fit* or
come to office in Times' block, room a. Owner, C. D.
Hill-run. Also several nw**rt wanted to work on this prop
erty ; ._! wage*. i
CASCADE LAUNDRY CO
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SHIRTS 10c COLLARS 2c CUFFS 4c
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( 817 SECOND AVENUE
omCB ( THIRD AVEKIE* AND MAIN STREET
( THIRD AVI M \ AND MAIN STREET
Monthly $15 to $20
Cost $50 to $150
New Modern 5 and 6-Room Houses
IH will** from B**la*** center. 1. stinii m Br car. Itsa-ona.l* walktag
Open Dally for Inspection
Call at cfflc* or tak* \V s_.ili.s-t. s ttrset ear to Stat* street O* •*•
See the New Homes
*~s ar* .villain* Th. i ri--.» tees, from ll.ltd la 11. A*, beet *C e-B
--stiiiciloti; ths*t*d aad •l.tel, deiubl* flour., u».iet, foeuag.
WM. P. HARPER & SON
80 D*st*r Marlon Bank Building. Tsltphen* t**d 1801.
Het-ond and I'lke Rt, over People*.
Teeth filled and ixttnctcj without I
|wln. A -i .-. i ill.t In charge of earls !'
Uepnrtnlent. «> will tell >nu tn aft- |,
vance what your work will co»t by II
Ire* evsmiiiiiti.in. All woik guar- I
nnteed fnr ten veins. 1 I
t-ilv.r Fi11ing5.......,.,, BO* ,
Gold Fillings |1 mi ' |
Gold Crown. , ."..titl -
Full S.l of th. Beat 8. 8. Whit. \
i Teeth 8500
Hours—B:ll ta 8. Sunday*—l.lß I
I* a. I
„, ' ' . - . ,;.•
| -'jiia<l .'...! I i-..[.'- I i-raßam. at*
ready schooled la th* rudiments and
taking bis tour with ths alders, ap.
'larently quite ss much st bom*.
I (Continued.) at iniia*.
■ >1 i
Washington Stats Analytical
Laboratory and Assay
0. i. TANK Kit. li. It VOLU
n v -. nisrk 7111 •
I*4 «•■..,,, si . I'.'iuv. Wash.
Fulle- SStMMwd with sll Iri-.-l. tn sp.
r-tlauit. f-.r the analyie* and a«**re
t,f Ores, post Iron, rertliliei*, Mln
irsl and Drinking Water*, Food I'lt-d* ,
"ii.erriMo.sir given m
Price* moderate; sit work fully * i.r
--• 1 lo l-« c,,.,;,•../ cc.II MI I la
i.. i , particular.
Cr.ry per*... who wear* true
■hoe* realises that they liar* Ih*
proper dies* for their test
KuUtriow-J tmXcuiv Co
i l«_* Setsal l>r». B** MsnJii
I Ni Students 7
Fall OPERATORS licensed!
E.amlnetton , Kltf-R
Hllvsr Fillings 38*
Crowns and Bridge Work. pet ft
I'sritiatieut rial** (that fill I
I Lady Atttn.anta. A