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PARKER NOTIFIED OF HIS VICTORY
ERUPTS. N. V., July — "la that
•ot"! cheerily remarked Judge Parker
M, 7 . o'clock this mornlnir. us he
emerged from his plunge In the Hud
son river, when Informed of his nom
ination. The nominee* curiosity went
to. the extent of asking for the fit;-,
tails of the final vote, but he re
frained from making any comment.
Will Restate Silent.
■ ■ "1 shall say nothing whatever until
formally notified of my nomination,"
Mid the judge at hi* homo. He cor
dially greeted a number of news
Judge Parker retired last night at
10 o'clock and did not show himself
WAKE-UP JIM FOUND
WEALTH IN A DREAM
BUTTE, July I —Out among the
sand dunes of Mount Moriah cem
etery there is a wooden head stone
bearing the singular* inscription:
"H«re Lies Wake-Up Jim. That is
all: the board boars no further In
scription and no explanation of the
"Wake-Up Jim" Tewey, as he was
known through all the mining camps
of Montana, was for many years a
prospector of the poorer class in this
cHy. Coming from no one knew
where he entered the camp In the
earl] S«ik. Ala entire worldly posses
sions being a pick, a pan and si shov
For months and yearn lie wtm
d«T*d over the hills of Unite, pick-
Ing up enough ore 10 (Ml him a few
wci'Ur hiicl bring grubstaked by his
■ore fortunate companions! Hlm
hard luck became proverbial, and
when some unlikely event was fore
canted by one, the skeptical listeners
wottld answer: ■ "Ye«, that'll happen
when Jim Tewey strikes a lead."
From Hutte to Helena Jim wandered
in search of gold dust'and nuggets
but barely enough came his way to
; keep him alive. •,,
Lj -"At^last Jim went entirely broke
Thoii» who had helped him out in the
• past came to the conclusion Jim waa
, : hoodooed, and to give him money
wan a waste of cash. Jim was up
against it hard. He had no place.
; to sleep and the larder wan bare. He
sadly wended his way up the hillside
Mini selecting a soft spot on the hill,
he lay down to sleep.
'vThe' next morning the men bang
•ing about tho bar in the Big Butte
-saloon,' the popular resort with min
ers, were astonished to see Jim drift
smilingly In to the bar and order a
drink, offering to pay i huge nugget.
In .1 moment he was surrounded by
a breathless, questioning crowd of
curious companions. , w
Thin Jim unbo»omod himself:
He told how he fell asleep on the
hillside and n dream Came to him.
He though) an anwl stood by him
Hud MHid. "Wake up, Jim. l>ifc lure
Jim awoke and, digging by the
moonlight worked until the dawn.
And he found the ore he had been
There, directly beneath the spot
where he hud slept was one of the
richest veins of copper ore the camp
fttaking out his claim, Jim tOOB
the words ot his dream for a title
and hiR sign of location read "The
Wake l"p .Tim HIM."
The mine sold within two months
for |5M,600 and to thin day Is lie-
In* worked under the old name, but
"Wake-Up Jim" Tewejr Joined the
ranks of the departed several years
The state grain Inspector has com
pleted his report for the mouth of
June. The statement shows thai Ta
tuna still leads both Seattle and
Spokane in receipts and remains the
greatest receiving grain depot of the
state. •. .*
The amount of grain received at
th« three cities Is as follows:
Wheat—Tacoma, 207,836 bushels;
Seattle, 167,000 bushels! Spokane,
—Tacoina. 39,000 bushels;
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Kour*-« 30 a. m. to 6 00 p. m.
, until 6 o'clock this morning, when
;he went to the river for bis Übiia:
■ Wall Congratulated Nominee
MILWAUKEE, July 9.— E. C. Wall
this morning telegraphed bis con
gratulations to Judge Parker, prom
ising his vigorous support.
PEN PICTURE~OF THE
Once one meets Judge Alton B.
Parker one can never forget him.
I Picture -i handsome giant of a
Seattle, 11,900 bushels ; Spokane,
Barley Tacoma, ii:!,iso bushels;
Seattle. ::4.it;o bushels; ipokaoe,
Larger shinies in ties call for
larger patterns in ciavattlngs. There
is no particular color except brown,
likely to be favored during the fall.
Purple >h much talked about. Purple
shot with dark or light shades. The
new gobelin effects and tapestry
Styles offer something pretty. In tln>
goods the color and design are alike
excellent, the effects In llglit shot on
black, brown, purple and other rlcii
color grounds being particularly at
IX 1 fS!iO AM) ALSO IN ltMlO.
LITTLETON'S ELOQUENT SPEECH
Judge Parker's name was present
ed to the convention by Martin W.
Littleton, In a brilliant speech,
which in part follows:
"Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of
the Convention: Wo do not expect
here that peace which smells of cloro
form. We do not wish that unctu
ous unanimity which springs from
the unconflicting emotions of a soli
tary man. We would not have our
harmony a harness. We, too, love
the strenuous life, but we believe in
equal itreßUOUSness fur all and spe
cial Btreauousneas for none. We do j
not derlvt our power from the seats
of the mighty, but from the souls of
the humble. We do not ask for
Inane agreements springing from
faithless fire, but rather outbursts of
dissension issuing from robust free
dom. ' We are not in executive ses- '
sion, but rather in committee of the
whole. We are sent here by the
people to select a candidate; we were
not sent here by the candidate to
notify the people.
No .Man the Master.
"Gentlemen of the convention, be
yond the exciting passions of war
and the distressing panics of peace,
Bey end the reach of disaster's dread
appeal and the dead past's dying
wail, we meet In th* clear and ra
tional calm of a seasoned common
sense, to reason together for the ;
well-being of our country and our
party. NO man here can have his
exact way. No leader can take us
along the narrow ledge of his un
questioned logic. No section should
swerve us from the course that leads
to union and fellowship. No fac
tion can divide us into weakened
Austin & Kirwin
WHOLE CARLOAD OF
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The best piano made for such
We take pleasure In showing you
our large stock of different makes of
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•M C Street. Theater Building.
man, nix *«et fall. 180 pounds in
weight and active as «v athlete, i In
deed, he is an athlete, and every'
sharp, clean cut, aggressive move
ment of his lithe body shows it. His
shoulders are broad and straight.
His cheeks are ruddy—very ruddy.
In fact, his color makes you wonder
If he really lives a sedentary life
You learn on inquiry that he do> <
not. No weather its 100 had to keep
him from a five or ten-mile canter
on horseback before breakfast ea< ii
His clear brown eyes nmy lie the
result of these Ball) rides, too. They
are large, fearless, deep eyes one of
the strongest features of the judge'!
personality. Somehow you (tei the
idea that the) are taking yovtr mea
sure and helping their owner classify
you. lint they are kindly Withal.
The nose is large and aquiline, but
the heavy reddish brown mustache —
the judge's pride, relieves it. The
forehead In high and strong, show
ing much mentality. His check
bones are prominent and his jaws
art: heavy and firm. His mouth is
large and very masculine. His hair
Is growing sparse and is reddish
brown in color.
Time has dealt, gently with Judge
Parker. There is not a line or a
wrinkle on his face. In fact, were
one to hazard an estimate as to his
ago, no one would put it at over 40.
Nor would one, teeing him on the
street, think he was the chief justice
of the tribunal which ranks in Im
portance and dignity next, to the mi
preme court of the United States.
He dresses simply and In good taste.
He rides in corduroys, leggings and
riding jacket. Afterwards, he wears
a plain business suit of gray or dark
brown, sack com, hlgn vest, and a
four-in-hand tie of a neat pattern,
held by a tiny pearl pin. One would
say he was a well-to-do business man,
rather than an eminent jurist.
Judge Parker always dresses for
dinner, and Ills evening clothes are
as severely plain as those worn by
him during the day.
parts and leave us on the field of bat
tle in front of the enemy. No man
Is greater than his party and no
party is greater than Its principles.
New York Responds.
"The state of Now York, hearken
ing to the demand from every quar
ter of the country, comes to you unit
ed upon one who will bring peace
into our council, patriotism into our
campaign and success to our con
test. I say New York is united, and
in saying so 1 deny the charge that
has been spread broadcast over the
country, that there is dissension. In
the convention which Instructed us
and which we delight to obey, there
were two resolutions offered, and
each of these Invites the country to
consider the fitness and character of
"New York answers with a candi
date who carried the state by 60,000
majority. The country called upon
New York for the best of its blood
and its brains and New York answers
with a man who cut his way through
poverty and toil until he found the
highest peak of power and honor in
He Is Not a Sovereign.
"Ask me why he has not outlined
a policy for this convention. 1 tell
you that he does not believe policies
should lie dictated, but that the sov
ereignty of the party is in the un
trammeled judgment and wisdom of
its members. if you ask me what his
The Public. Service Bureau
We have diamonds for sale. Prices
from $30 to $T>uO apiece.
We also have a beautiful Shetland
pony and a curt to match.
We have on our list the house and
four lots on the corner of Puget
Sound aye. and 26th St. It is one
of the prettiest places in town. Take
a look at it next time you go to
Pt. Defiance Park.
If there is anything else you
want, call for if. We either have it
on hand or can gel it for you.
The Public Service Bureau Co.
KM Uernlce BMC Tel. Main 747.
book for our ad each day under
TTTF T A COMA X TMT!W-
WENT A-WoOJNG AT NINETY
BAX FRANX'ISCO, July B.—At the
age of 90 Franz L. Linderman, of
Aiiiini'iiii went a-wooinK and yester
day led a bluHhinp bride to the al
tar. To be mire the lady. FYedricke
Ansorge, is just five years over the
allotted three score and ten, but nev
ertheless stic> was iis coy ms M maiden
of 20 an she entered the church
SEATTLE MAN ROBBED SLUICE BOXES
DAWSON, JULY 6.—8i1l Lane of
Seattle, better known as "Billy, the
Horse," is in jail at Gold Bottom,
charged with having robbed die
sluice boxes on claim No. :< on Last
Chance last Sunday night. Lane has
policy will be. if elected, I tell you
that it will be that policy which finds
expression in the platform of his
"With these as some of the claims
upon your conscience and judgment,
New York comes to you flushed with
hope and pride. We appeal to every
Democrat from everywhere to forget
the bitter warfare of the past, forget
the strife and anger of the older,
other days; abandon all the grudge
and rancor of party discontent. In
this respect New York nominates for
president of the United States Alton
Fetch Out the Lace;
If there Is in the house a bit of
unused old lace search for it and
fetch it out. Never has there been
such a demand for laces of all kinds.
The old lace that has been tucked
away for years can now be used to
make the daintiest of hats.
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• Electric I
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* Phone Main .703. «
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VOI.VKKS AND HI- M M
KI.KS, all kinds of BB^r
camp supplies at right prices. Cata
TllK KIMBALL CIX STORE,
IMS I'aclllc Avenue. Tncoiim. j
wherp she was to make her vows to
her swi (i heart.
The pair met at a (lernian pirnlr
two weeks ago, and Linderman lost
no time in laying his bear! at the
feet of the lady.
Tile couple have taken a short trip
into the country to spend their honey
moon and on their return will go to
' had his preliminary bearing at Gold
I Bottom before Magistrate Koutledge
i and ha* been bound over for trial.
Lane had been employed in strip
ping some ground on a nearby claim
I and Hiispicion pointed to him, but
. this was not allowed to enter the
I minds of those who were making a
BUT IN 190 4.
aearcb for (lie guilty party.
On the claim in question there Is
a clay known as gumbo, which for Its
sticky qualities would make glue re
semble water. To rob the boxes the
man had to travel through this, and
be might an well have traveled over
wax, for he left a most beautiful
print of his loot in the gumbo, whlcb
even stuck to the footprints.
The police who worked on the case
had no trouble in cutting out a foot
print, but there came a delay in find
ing the foot that made it. One of
Lane's shoes was secured and an lm
preuion made which tallied with the
footprints in the gumbo, and his ar
1148 Pacific Avenue
Tel. Main 134
1840 Commerce Btrc«t.
LADIES' AND GENTLKMEN'B
SHOEB, CLOTHING AND
Low«t Pricei in tb« City.
Junction of Jefferran Ava. and
Commerce St., Tacoma, Wash.
FRANK H STEVENS. Manager.
Pacific Coast League Standing.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Tacoma 59 41 .590
Seattle 5 41 .577
Los Angeles ....... 54 46 .540
Oakland 49 49 .500
San Francisco ...... 39 58 .402
Portland 36 57 .383
The first four innings of yester
day's game were of the kind that
warms the heart of the real fan. The
Tigers .had a collection of five hits
and one run, while the Seals had
been able to get next to what Keefe
had up his sleeve only once.
The seventh Inning developed into
a soil of a sprinting exhibition, in
which seven Tigers and three Seals
made the circuit. That ended the
game so far as the Seals were con
cerned. in the eighth a single and
a steal by McLaughlin, a two-bagger
by Keefe and singles by Doyle and
Bheehan gave the Tigers three more
| runs and the burlesque was over.
The score by innings: R. H. E.
Tacoma 00011273 * — 14 18 2
San Fran.O 00000 80 0 — 3 7 2
Summary: Struck out —Keefe 3,
Jones 2. Bases on balls — Jones 6,
Keefe 3. Hit by pitcher—Graham,
lrwin. Stolen bases — Doyle. M<-
Laughlin 2. Two-base hits — Casey,
Keefe, Hildebrand, Jones. Three
base hit—Doyle. Home inn —Me-
Laughlin. ' Sacrifice hits — Keeie,
Casey. Eagan, Anderson. Double
plays -Eagan to Xordyke, Eagan to
Casey to Nordyke. Doyle to Nor
dyke. Left on bases—Tacoma 11,
San Francisco 6.
Seattle 10, Oakland 5.
SEATTLE, July 9.—Seattle won
yesterday in a sensational fielding
and batting game. The store:
R. H. E.
Seattle 00101188 * —10 12 3
Oakland 010000 22 0 — 5 10 6
Batteries— Hughes and Wilson;
Graham and Lohtnan.
Portland I, Los AngelrK 0.
PORTLAND, July 9.— the sec
ond time this week Portland blanked
Los Angeles yesterday, by scoring
in the last halt of the ninth after
an exciting battle between Baum and
Roach. The score: R. H. E.
Portland SSIM 00 0 0 I—l 6 1
Los Aug. OIIOU'I 00 'I o—o 5 3
jj Batteries'-*—Roach and Shea; Baum
T. H. Phillips
Grain, Commission- and Stock Broker.
208 Equitable Bldf., Tacoma, v\"a»h.
New York, Stocks and Bonds.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Tel. Main 92.
If »o, outlit yourselves here. Headquarter
for everything needed by the tourist or
Trunks, Suit Cases,
Everything in Trunk* and Leather Goods.
730 Pacific Avenue.
(By Mrs. E. M. Blauvett.)
"My enthusiasm over the gas
■ range is to be explained by the
fact of its having solved for
me the most difficult problem
Of the modern housekeeper, the
servant question. The coal
range, with its increasing de
mand for attention, its ashes,
smoke and refractory dampers,
necessitated the services of a
cook constantly. Since the In
stallation of my gas range I do
my own cooking and find it not
only free from drudgery, but a
positive pleasure. My meals
. are prepared In the length of
time It formerly took to get
my stove hot, and, considering
the fact that I save a cook's
wages and board, I can honest
ly say that the gas range puts
money in the bank for me ev
We sell ranges and water
heaters on payments of $1.00 a
month. We also rent ranges
for 25c,, 35c and 40c a month.
Pacific National league.
At Butte— Bulte 4, Boise 3.
At Spokane —Spokane 6, Salt Laka
Pacific National League Standing.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Spokane 37 21 .631
Boise : 34 26 .5611
Bute 24 33 .421
Salt Lake 21 36 .368
At Philadelphia—Philadelphia 2,
At New York— Boston 12, New,
At Cleveland Cleveland 3, 2; De
troit 1, 0.
American League Standing '
Won. Lost. Pet.
Boston 44 22 .667
New York 40 25 .615
Chicago 40 29 .580
Cleveland 35 26 .574
Philadelphia 33 31 .516
St. Louis 26 34 .433
Detroit 27 37 .422
Washington 11 50 .ISO
At Pittsburg— Boston 10, Pitts
At Chicago — Chicago 1, Brook
At Cincinnati — Cincinnati 3, Phila
National League Standing.
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 42 22 .656
Chicago 39 26 .600
Plttsbiirg 35 24 .593
Cincinnati 36 28 .563
St. Louis 33 31 .516
Brooklyn 28 43 .394
Boston 27 42 .391
Philadelphia i 16 46 .258
♦ C. G. Mellinger
County Coroner* Office
910-912 Taeoma Aye.
Tel. Main 391.
"Bicycling ha« done more for the phyti
cal benefit of women than all other eiei*
rises put together, and I cordially recoil*
"ROBERT REYBURN, A. M., M. D.,
"Dean Med. JJept., Howard University
Washington, D. C."
Rambler and Crescent
re our leaders. Strong, elegant, easl
running, moderate in prioe. Everybody
can have one.
Comer Ninth and Compere*
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
In the Superior Court, State of
Washington, in and for Pierce
County. (In Probate.)
In the Matter of the Estate of
Charles E. Palm, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that In pur
suance of an order for sale of real
estate made by the Superior Court of
Pierce County, State of Washington,
on the 21st day of June, 1904, in the
above entitled estate, I, the under
signed, will sell at private sale to
the highest and best bidder all of the
following described real estate of
Charles E. Palm, deceased, to-wlt:
Commencing at a point on the east
line of lot 2, section 31, township 21,
north of range 2, east, 100 feet south
of N. E. corner of lot 2; thence south
540 feet M/L to center of Christie
Creek; thence westerly along center
of said creek to the meander line of
Wollochet Bay; thence northerly
1 along meander line to a point on said
meander line 100 feet due south of
north line of lot 2; thence easterly
parallel with said north line of said
lot 2 to place of beginning, being
same premises included in lots 2, 8,
4, 5, 6 and 7 in block 1, Plat of
Wollochet (now vacated) together
with all of Wollochet street adjoining
said lots on the cast and one-half of
unnamed street lying south of said
lots 5, 6 and 7 as shown on said
Also: —Beginning 20 chains south
and 4 chains west of the N. E. corner .
of the N. W. /i of section 26, town
ship 21, north of range 1 east of Wil
lamette Meridian; running thence
south 19.75 chains; thence west 74
degrees north 2.65 chains; thence
north 19.75 chains; thence east 2.55
chains to the place of beginning, con
taining 5 acres more or less.
The terms of said sale to be all
cash and subject to the confirmation
of this the said Court. The said sale
will be made on the 16th day of
July, 1904, at the hour of 10 o'clock
of "said day, and the bids will be
received at the office of R. H. Lund, ■
206 and 207 Bernlce Building, in the
City of Tacoma, Pierce County, State
Dated this 21st day of June, 1904.
THEODORE F. EGGERS,
Administrator of the Estate of
Charles E. Palm, deceased.
R. H. Lund, Atty. for Adm.