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(By United It-es*, teased Wire.)
■ .SPOKANE,- May 20.— George
Pepoon was yesterday found guil
ty a! murder In the first degree
by the jury who tried his case at
Colvfile. Fepoon poisoned his
wife at Northport, Wash., last
August. £; • . ':_;,: :'^y ;
MILL OWNERS REFUSE
GENERAL RAISE ■
(By United Press Tensed Wire.)
ATWIRiDEEJN, May 20. —Mill
owners announced today that they
will resist the demands for a wage
advance made by the' striking
-Four hundred mem are now out
and .several mills are running
with crippled forces. - The men
demand 25 cents a day more.
TO BE TRIED
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PORT TOW'N'SELVD, May 20.—
First Lieutenant R. F. Anderson,
of the 149 th coast artillery, will
be tried before a board of court
martial within a few days. An
derson was in charge of the mor
tar battery which fired an 18
--pound sub-calilber shell, which
struck the quartermaster's steam
er Major Evan Thomas, May 10,
while towing a target.
FIRST Ptt ■ ENTER
GAR IS TRIED
( The first pay-as-you-enter car
was tried out on the Sixth avenue
line yesterday afternoon and it
worked" all right. Everybody
seemed satisfied with the idea.
Others will be built like it and
then the old cars will be trans
ferred to the McKlnley park line. j
, (By United Press Leased Wire.)
SAX RAFAEL, Cal., May 20. —
Harry P. Flannery, former presi
dent of the San Francisco police
commission, was acquitted of
srand larceny in connection with
fake poolroom steals here yester
Elegant Waltham, Elgin or
Hamilton 21-jewels for rail
road men at lowest prices.
Jeweler and Money
1315 Pacific Aye.
Fancy Burbank potatoes,
fully worth 85c, Sat- 14.
urday, per 100 .... wOw
Beauty of Hebron, a good
potato to plant and . 'A On
eat, per 100 HOC
Oranges, large, fancy, juicy
fruit, fully worth 45c a doz.
Saturday, , Otlrt
a dozen wUli
A box $2.25 and 92.00.
Lemons, thin skinned, juicy
'lemons, a A C _
dozen only I 3 C
**: ' ; STRAWBERRIES
Plenty of nice berries QC.
at 2 for COL
7 Home grown, at 90 1*
a box cUC
Coffee—Drink our good cof
fee at nc
a pound aCaJty
6 lbs. fresh 9En
rolled oats ........ Z.3C
|8j lbs. Imported QC.
Japan rice ......... —3G
beans .... . _,«JU
[ 6 loaves best bread. X «
Eat our bread _>ww
Cookies, so many good kinds
,' 8 dozen at 3C^
Doughnuts, everybody likes'
■ our doughnuts. Satur- 4 ft _
day, a doz.* only .... lUC
VegetablesA 'f large assort-
;7::': 1144 C
7 Main 600-AISOB
Goes to Funeral of King Edward
Mrs. Wm. Waldorf Astor, Jr., photographed on board the Man
retania just before she sailed for London to attend the funeral of
Jap Prince Has Brand New One;
''Canned Interviews for
CHICAGO, May —Prince
Tokugawa Iyesato, head of the
house of peers of Japan, stunned
the reporters when he visited Chi
cago, by the introduction of the
•It will be used in all cities of
the United States where the prince
will be Interviewed. Other inter
views are already "canned" or in
process of "canning," which will
cover the situation in England,
France, Germany and Russia.
When reporters called on the
prince he handed each a series of
answers to all probable questions.
These are beautifully printed on
Bilk. This distribution took place
before the reporters could say
SUN HATCHES EGGS
This particular species of the
spider family weaves a silken
cradle about its eggs and then
holds them up to the sun's rays,
turning the eggs around and
around until the warm sunshine
hatches out the little baby spiders.
&AN FRANCISCO, May 20. —
After hurtling through the air
from the topmost pinacle of the
Call building here, the body of
'Nicholas Llchaskl. a Greek, struck
the pavement on which a throng
of persons was passing today.;
That no one was killed by the
falling body was due to a shout
of warning that " went up when
Lachaski was seen to hurl him
self from the building.
. The Greek had made arrange
ments for his burial.
7 Oratorical Contest Tonight.
Irving Scott, the Tacoma High
school declaimer, will go to Seat
tle tonight to take part in the
state contest at the Washington
Eye, Stomach, Rheuma
tism, Chronic and Nerv
ous Diseases.. All drug
less methods. Lowest
free. 1146*4 Pacific ay.
Dr. M. C. Macy, City.
Dear Sir: I had . been
bothered with stomach
and: bowel trouble for
two years previous to
taking a course of your
treatments In July, 1907
I . have been , entirely
free from this trouble since coming
to you. I heartily commend your
' H. B. COLEMAN,
3815 South Yakima aye.
Office 7 Stationary:
Everything la the took
:?- Una. y/: ■;■■ 7;" •;'■;■; yj
! ■ VISEL & EKBKRG
I'..'^ ':l 7Kw]lioeaaJOai,':'^' !l V-^.
v- ; IMI P__fl al* c. V*
-_--»-.--_■ II fc-inn diTinm"
anything. Then one blurted out:
"You are a Japanese prince, aren't
That was what Tokagawa want
ed. He pointed to the tract
and his grin was seraphic.
"No. 1," he qualified.
The tract holders consulted par
agraph No. 1. It averted: "I am
Prince Tokugawa Iyesato, present
head* of the illustrious Tokugawa
family, grand cordon "
"How do you happen to be in
"Number two," declaimed the
prince, pointing a chubby finger
at the distributed documents. *
Paragraph No. 2 enunciated: "I
am crossing America on my way to
the Anglo-Japanese exhibition in
London. My visit has no political j
significance whatever. I am under- |
taking it quite in a private capac- j
lty and only for my personal en- i
"What about a war between
Japan and this country?"
"Number three," elucidated the
That paragraph read: "From
time to time the newly coined
phrase 'the Japanese-American
war' appears in the foreign news
papers in Japan. Personally I can
not imagine such a thing taking
place. America has assisted mate
rially in Japan's progress, and is
her honorable benefactor, with
whom the best terms of cordiality
and friendship exist."
"Goodby, prince," said one vis
"No. 8," replied the prince.
No. 8 read: "Goodby. I will
Ball from New York to Liverpool
May 11, and return to Japan by
Europe and the Siberian railway."
A Straw Hat <§}
And a Feather
-TlLllU €X 1 CaUlCl •. tfK^jJE ,^*fe^
Weight Suit H(\7 } fffllllY.
weijarnt 01111 -jbhhw?i in
Coolness written all over you during hot fllfjl__^** '!_ #"-_»P;^Br \ | '
weather. And you'll be really cool with a Illli-Bi*/- fr^g. m mVlll •1 f ii
STEIN-BLOCH smart, sheer and airy- ' [ Ii Hk W 111 ill
light summer suit. Here are sergesof the., JRNl«^_^^^^M^'^_ s 1111 llf
cool blue color of deep —homespuns, >^^^S m |^S»i«^^'w^^-_wlll ll' I If
grays, and crashes just built to foil old Sol. fljfi B^^HKfi^^4|^_R' it til I 1/
'Come in and see how thoroughly you can be '-Jnm tl-W^'T--S ii>'^^>i /***—^l? til 11/
outfitted in STE I -BLOCK Clothes. g " 'Wg iTfe.^Sw^* ff_ l ill! I 1 7/
They are the fullest dollar's worth in-- ; -!■ - r
STRAIN & - WilP
„.. MOORE /JiPHr
1154 PACIFIC AYE 07' W X
000 FUNDS BODY
OF SUICIDE „:;
I KrttV'WUE, May 20.--The
barking of a dog called the atten
tion of people in the vicinity'to
the lifeless body of a Swedish la
borer, who had committed -sui
cide in the rear of the First Na
tional bank building. y
The man, apparently, had hang
ed himself with a rope to a poiti
There was no way to Identify
the person, except a paper in his
pocket on which was written in
the Swedish language j the' name
FISH TO TOP
Fishing was fine down along
the Ocean dock' at the Oriental
warehouses yesterday. Dredging
te deepen the bay oft the dock ran
Sale of --■'"■:. !)_?** Mont «_»«* «%a*te_» Sale of
canvas shoes fESS£Mi£RpRQS« tennis oxfords
■ 'MtVOKt nut aMMU aakots gWirCK slaJa*
If there is any desirable summer footwear that is not represented in this
store now it must have escaped the critical eagle eye of our buyer. Never
before have we had as many seasonable kinds as is collected here this year.
And the prices are so moderate that sometimes we hesitate to name them
for fear that the quality will not be appreciated. Call tomorrow and inves
tigate. . '. " ; •
Children's Five-Strap :- a .' I Infants' 3 Strap High
Sandals mmwkm Sandals
Brown kid straps, patent top and B__li^)l___ Sizes 2t05, no heels, patent leather
vamp, also all patent leather; sizes ____g_3__P9i vnmps, nil kid tops. Regular price
X to 11. »2.00 value. £>* CO IKifliam 11.35; .sal., pries £ | Ilk
Sale price tomorrow, aBI.DO M t|wA tomorror, >l |II
a pair V,,ww MRL- J_y P vi/« a• v
Children's Five-Strap V-^raHt Children's Brown Top
Sandals ~ __|8- Shoes
Sizes 4to 8, red, brown and all pat- "<B_?*!__ Patent vamps, dark brown blurher
ent leather, new wide toe last, lit- ■__•__ toPB- spring heels, plain wide to.-s;
c r vai cu ye. boot tops. $|.38 ■__* ' lz'"i '■' .W'-JX^" $1.38
i 2pair' alUe:.. ajl.aJO \%JSt *.!..^^^ ajl.aJO
Saturday, 7 to 9 P. M.. $2.50 Doll Kid Pumps for $1.49
—— ■—-—■-——"———■—- —~-~—— ~——"—~~—
$2.00 Brown Kid Ox- $3.00 Ladies' Kid Shoes $1.75 Boys' Shoes $1.20
fOrdS $1.49 "*! $2.39 Sizes 12 to 2. real calf laco shoes
~ JS*J with absolutely solid oak soles
Stylish blucher cut oxfords, Cii-' New up-to-date style, with low throughout, dressy enough for
ban heels, extension soles, tip 1 1-8 Inch Cuban heels, patent school wear; guaranteed not to
toes and nicely lined with kid; tips, blucher lao« cut; sizes 2to rip anywhere; (f»| <IA
sizes 3to 8; (ft Ato 8; widths Cto BR, <T»1 Ofl ■»'« price tomorrow. ,nl-_,ll
widths Dto BE, \1.43 Real 13.00 shoes in JI£..JU a J- ail' V.'*,*T"
a pair V" ■•• wear, a pair a——■—'—'
$2.00 Black Vici Kid $3.50 Gray Ooze Button $2.00 Shoes for Big
Oxfords $1.48 Shoes $1.98 Boys $1.69
Street soles, Cuban heels, pule-' land turned soles, Cuban heels. Sizes 2 to 6H, heavy grain calf
tip, narrow toes, blucher fo- .ssy shape toes with too caps -uppers, double soles, as solid as
hole lace cut. arch last: si . iiie as uppers; sizes lM to 8; can bo made, uppers guaranteed
3to 8: widths <t»l A to EX widths, a»I AQ to wear two pairs of 4P| £A
Dto EE. Jhl.-Tv- Pa" ah Is 70 fxtre. soles, a pair J I.Oil.
a pair ; .M*" ■*» t tomorrow ayssaJV tomorrow .M"*"~j*'
Boys' Tennis Oxfords Boys' Canvas Shoes
Thickest sole, best quality blaok canvas top ten- Brown canvas shoes, dark brown leather trimmed;
nts oxfords; sizes CAr» stzes 12 (or small boys, (f| A
2*» to s«x, worth 750 per pair. DHL to 6 for bl * boys, . tM.IU
a pair a^a»v any gl2Ci a pa [ r —i>
m 1342 PACIFIC AVENUE. V> SHOES SXLEOF
BHOES HtHESTORE THAT MAKES I_WEK PACIFIC AYE.BUSY SHOES
Against come j old fellas oi the
former : P. ■coal inkers. ,They
_d to be blasted out and eve/y
Mast Brougtit lot out __ eve/)*
t Drought a lot of ifla lo the
top of toe. water- Men in boats
gathered them up and had fresh
fish for supper.
NEW BUSINESS AGENT
FOR THE CENTRAL
• LABOR COUNCIL
A. O. Wfoiteman, "of the Cooks
and Walters' union was elected
business agent of the Central La
bor Council at the meeting a week
ago Wednesday night. Mr. White
iniam aside from his duties as busi
ness agent will also take care of
the financial affaire of the council.
Since the retirement of T. F.
Burns sometime ago following a
long controversy, the council has
been without a business agent.
A smokeless smoker will be giv
en at the Y. M. C. A. tonight for
the extension committee which is
planning for new members. When
the membership campaign' is on
the members declare it will be
worth while to "'Watch their
Improvement Club Meets,
The Sunset Improvement clul)
will meet this evening at South
Thirty-fourth and Proctor streets
to discuss the giving of transfers
.between the Traction lines and the
T. R. & P.
Cancel*, Dr. McClellan nays, can
be cured without knife or pain.
Consumption can be cured In early
stage and wonderfully helped in
any stage. Make hint show you.
Hotel Gordon, Pacific aye and
13th. Phone Main 6167. *»*
Tacoma Public Market
D ST., 111_ TO isxn.
Open Until 6:80 P. M. " .... Saturday UjO 10."
"LOOK FOR THE SIGN"
MOCERY & CANAL* BROS.
1110 D St., Public Market
Phone your order; we deliver
to all parts of city.
M.5572. A 4316
THREE DAYS SALE
Friday, Saturday and Mon
day sale of groceries and all
The very best flour, Of QC
a sack «p 1133
Best Japan rice, OC«
6 lbs ■.. ZDC
Best beans, ftp.
4 lbs ttOC
Best seedless raisins, IJC«
4 lbs ZOC
Beat Italian prunes, OC.
4 lbs ZOC
2 gals, corp syrup. Reg. price
a gal, 65c. 7P
now, 2 for I DC
Best home grown CC»»
potatoes, a sack 03 C
0 gar. 5.. 1!'! $1.00
2 large bottles lE
navy catsup Z.3C
7 big boxes of Ot\n
Searchlight matches ... -.DC
3 cans of OC«
peas , .. Z3C
3 cans of, ORf»
French peas, regular Of) a
25c can for £>Uu
FISH DEPT. SPECIALS
6 cans of Of,',,
3 cans of imported Norwegian
or French OlCfa
: A .Unci , .... a£3C
* big OR.
mackerels .... atwv
Holland herring, C rt
2. for 3C
1 Norwegian OOnC n
herring i..... ~.3l»
3 cans of OC»%
good salmon a£3l>
Codfish, 2 lb. IC,
bricks ...... 13b
Special for Kona Blend coffee
for this sale 00 1*
only, a lb . ...CC.C
Beet ranch butter, Ofl#a
a lb. .T.-.:r. uUC
Best lowa butter, © 4 flfl
3 lbs. for $ I lUU
The Cut Rate
The 50c Kind
1130 D St.
; . Buttered-Biscuits .
All kinds of am alio OCa
cakes, 3 dozen cub
Hot rolls, 'p.m. OK<»
3 dozen at DC
,7 * 1184 D st.
;"',-'.■. 7 Public Market '7;.,^^
; * -■:-■■ ••- ■•:•■■■•■■ ■-. - - ■ '-- ...7 ''-. . ■■-:U,7
--■'" ""■"" ' ' " '■ ■—■"■"■ ■■■n— I IS—l.l IS- ■ —■—■■ ||. _,
F. L. HEIDRICH & €30.*J \
You can cut your grocery bill
down by trading at the Mar
ket. Compare our prices with
what you pay elsewhere. Be
low aro only a few of our bar
Pride of Tacoma Flour, none
better, A 4 Aft
per sack »J> I itu
6 lbs, best IE-.
Rolled Oats . ...Z3C
4 lbs. Fancy OK*»
Head Rice ....Z3C
8 lbs. Muscaltel OC#»
7 lbs. Fancy 0K«
Seedless Raisins ...... 4.3 C
8 lbs. French QC«
We have a full line of But
ter, Eggs and Cheese at right
Try our Tea and Coffee.
Phone Main 6488
Phones: M. 4570, A 1007
Headquarters for Strawberries.
Yellow Eastern *lfl«'
Peaches, a can I U C
Extra large bottle of OC#»
Home grown Potatoes, CC.
a 100 lbs 33C
And other good things to
eat, call and sea
Phones M. 4570, A 1007
BLUE GRASS BUTTER STORE
Eastern Butter, 3214 and 35*' lb
Wash. Creamery Butter. . . .35c
Local Ranch Eggs, doz. 27*^0
Thurmond Market Place
STALL NO. 4
HI AMI AND BUILDING
Rose Bushes, Dahlia Bulbs...
Cabbage and Tomato Plants. .
Seeds of All Kinds. - .
4. 3. DEMINU ■•". -.
" sum 40
For Lowest Prices on
PUBLIC MARKET MEAT CO.
1116 D St.
"■'■•.y- -,: ■ ' ""' ■■^■y'i..*.,
- Two Stores ,1" s i '';■■ 7
1118 D st., 1106 Commerce st.
Llpton's Beet Grade COo
Tea, j per lb ......... DUG
Mt. Vernon Milk, 4C.
2 cans ........ ...... I 3 C
Fresh Local Ranch 07* i»
Eggs, per doz ........_.( 20