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t and Serviceable AT A VERY REASONABLE PRICE A Shirt and Shirtwaist Styles A very popular waist for this summer is the one made just, . likot shirt; we have a very large showing at a price that is within. reach of all; they are made of linen, percale, madras and like silk in white, tans, blue and stripes; also a good as sortment of tailored tucked trimmed shirtwaists in percale and madras, in white and colored stripes; l 5 ' 01 see display in window; prices........ ................... Extra Special Glove Bargain On sale Monday only; there are only 42 pairs; a broken line we are closing out: made of finest skins; comes in tans, browns, blue, green and black: assorted asses; remember, there only 42 pair.; worth OOý $1.76 pair. Nlp aela . .............. .. . .................... . . Summer Silks and Dress Goods Pongee Silks * Cream Serge. Very popular for summer wear for shirt waints or Our showing or cream sarge dressagooda s one of dres.es; washes and wears fine; comes Iin btoth do- the best in the city. White will he worn a great deal mstle and imported qualities; yard, t650, $ to thin summer. IUghtweight Prench serges, stolm merges i.50o. and heavy multing serges; yard, O6S to $1.'15. Dress Goods We rlmply can't descrihe them. We invite your Inspection of the most heautiftt fabrics we ever of fered. New summer shades of tans, bluei, grays, champagne and navy, In fancy merges, whipcords, diag onals and Redford cords. Many of these come In extcl0olve dress pattern length., Come In and see them. Yard, O5b t., $s.50. Summer Parasols Large assortment of parasols, plain colors-green, gray, navy, purple; black and white; many beautiful effects in two or more color combinations, in stripes, checks, embroidered and floral designs. Prices, 85¢ to $8.75 DRESS GINGHAMS hlundreds of yards of new ginghams, In checks, stripes, plain and plaids, In almost any shade you can ask for; suitable for waists, house dressmes or street dresses; yard. 10#, 12'V/, 15*. DRESS PERCALES :t2 t, 16 inches wide in light and dark shaden for waists and dresses; yard 100. 121'/a and 15f. SUMMER LAWNS 0le lawns In light blush, pinks, tans and light colors:; dots, floral and other dealgns for waists and dresses; lrpeial, yard, T/It4, s 15c lawns and hntliates In light and dark colors, 32 Inches wide, very Sfinll quullty. Ili dots land florarl desiglns; speclal, yard, 12gVt. JAPANESE CREPE II,n lal, and floral designs, in red, rose, navy, piuik. gr.v;ytan, iight Silue, and white., for kimonos and house wrappers; yard, '18.. SILK WARP TISSUE A A sheer, crepey silk fabric in ruse, gray, earn, coral, black, white, light bllue and lavender, mulltubl for walints, street ,,r evening wear; yard. 501. BATTLESHIPS READY TO SAIL FORCIJBA (Continued From Page. One) curred in which the troops have heen nuctces'sful. killing a few Insurgents a:ld capturlng armin and horses. The province of Ranta ('Tara reports lr.snvi('ce of small Ihnds of negro'e who lhav npplwareJ d r andl exchtlanged shots with patrioln oJf i'llrlrae. tll'er;ting in Havan'lu cont ines llli and i Il rge r ni.Jr or relr'til uuirt' .v' bIlleon int out. ieneral Mon - agLuedu., comnmander-in-chief (rf ithe troops, will leave lonmorrow to take co'lnalluinl In t(rli nte. A colnmnittee niunpItsod of members of thI. Nn I'nlrln L inll nitzUon ci )bIe, representatives oif thei best white ele ment 4n and about Hu.lJtll.go, ha . teilt it vigorous protest to (lovernor Mnn dullly aglainst the' propounsal to Rnd Oeneral. Caehrco to parley witih the insurgents.. The Suntiago (Chamber of Cnommeree l as iern :lutholrize.d t raise and equip ia corrps of voilluntreers undtler Co'lonel lionell for th1 dhefense fi the city. More telegraph wires are reportedl elt today. 'Communication by rltil or teln graph abtween aLntIILag anud the nuval taltion at luantanmnnn i still Inlter. rupted. Gleeral NunLez l tends to prM'ceed to tile fronlt Molllnday lat thel head of 1,000 veterans of thL war of indiph|,inline,, Including a liarge pro portliorn o l ,egro solliers. Congres Debates Matter. Washington, . May 2.-The Cuban dlturbainees were suddenly thrust up. 00 YOU NEED HELP For your poor, tired stomach? For your lasy and aluggish liver? For your weak constipated bowels? For your general run-down condition? Then by all means-try I DOES T7J4 1W M AT AL AL DRUOGGITS .r .. ! .;, , . ! 41 on congress today when the senate aft ,er a brief discussion adopted a reso. lution instructing the committee on Cuban relations to Investigate and re port on necessary legislation to de termine when and how the United States shall exercise the right to in tervene in Cuba under the so-called Platt amendment law. In the house a resolution of similar Import and culling for Information t from the state department as to wheth a er any American property had been molested or lives endangered in Cuba, and if so to what extent, has been " framed and probably will be intro 5 duced Monday. 1 The senate resolution was introduced by Benator Bacon of Georgia, a mem I ber of the foreign relations commit tee. He declared such legislation as he proposed would replace mere as i suned authority of the president to lntervene with a clear, definite pro vision of law as to the manner' of in s tervention and would prevent disorders in Cuba. lie said that disorders I there "make the question of final ac tion a prohable one," and lie wanted to see Cuba become a part of the SUnited States. SMITHSON TO TIY AGAIN. r New York, May 25,.-Porrest Smith ~ son, the Olympic champion hurdler, who finished third in the Pacific-coast it tryouts last week, is to have another Schance to make the team. The Olym I le enmlnlttee has awarded him a spe ,. lat entry in the New York tryouts, andld he will start east at once to conm I ite here June 2 and 3. COMMISSIONER KILLED. Jacksonvllle, Ill., May 25.-Charles Brown, city commissioner, was shot to death late today by Ambrose Hurley, former chief of police, who thetl conl Smlitted ulicide. The men had been at a* outs for some time. AIRSHIP INVENTOR AND WIFE MURDERED (Continued Prom Page One.) notified the pollee, who la'tr Arrested. Lewls. According to the offklers, Lewis waited for the Tollivers In their own garage. When he saw their auto mobile stop before the door, he was I haid to have shot at them, using two revolvers. Despite the fact that sev eral bullets took effect, both 'rolliver hnd his wife ran into the house, Though mortally wounded. Mrs. Tol. liver rushed to the telephone and called the police. When they answered they Sheard only groans and the noise of her body striking the floor. The pollee took Lewis into oustody Just before he entered his own prem. I ees. When they saw him coming the police drew their revolvers. He threw up his hands and said: "I guess I um the .arn you want." He declined to make any statement Lewis, the police say, cued Tolllver several months ago for $10;000 on the charge that the Inventor had alienated the nffeclltion of Mrs. Lewis. He loaf the smlt. Tolliver was about riff years old and his wife wAs a few years younger. He º attracted much attenlton a few months ago by Inventing a dirigible alrshlp, He planned spectacular flights, which were prevented by negllhbors, who told' the authorltles the inventor' used . q Sdangerous gas to make his machine' lighter than air. He was forced to open the gasbeg and let the gas .s rape. BIG RACA WON YIV CRIMSON,' Philadelphia, May 2S,--Harvard took the feature eveht of the tenth annual regatta of the Amertcan Rowlnlg aso clation of the Bohuyklll river this uftt ernoon. The crimion Junior eight de. cisively won 'from Columbia, Prince. ton, Pennsylvantla and Yale, : In the race for first eights, the Columbia varsity crew easily trlun.pbed over the tUnion Boat club.' Its only opponent, BROADWAT;R FOR CLARK. Townsend, M4Pnt,, May l hi.-Thq Broadwater.u unty deo ooratl4 ci ventilp ,to4d t>s pe . de4leP&t, Butte to :iubrt u lp 'rk r h presidential o lm) nftloq, :Ir :(· ib *Iri . a: ,, ·r rl'~ -Ir·i : ,· Ir alnpr~ji~ I~YE~YE~,tbo + ~i~TPi~~7tiEWI&i ii ~ti~ b~:~Si`"u~k~E~~'I"` '7.::' ·' · · · .Lr. II i. i' lli~ i .;· s~,~g r ··, ··1: o, .; i -4" ·'-~;'· · · i.' ·, .. Setrtle anu e the coed .. , terdayn . lou Scyidedl( fetlhtlej primaries wfet oiy persontfied Of %course, « itdown-dragout1 fight developed 81 a ixth precin where iH. C. led his, follow maW tfromt1 aoly nained ipotl Daougl McCornllj stands accused of voting one gang i men In every precinct in th nulSty, !llars" sad "'malgamated t. p" were common eupr.lnasIon,* biud rmnon prevalled, There war no agUibble in the ranks of the democrats. it was worse than at Squabble., ... O.e resiot f". de.mocratic prs maries standsa.t .&biold rellef as the result of est d.'s ballotting.. T~t .aigitanimlte4 , comprny. Is .to ilsttoltl 'both, eonventlons, it lteee i a pf y Of its aceoen 4plsiing th i Iqt` ~toal leading dmoctata bol.dly.j the dominating ftationo .with. w ceit meseures q qd say that the fl t will be carried. t6 the floor of th9q. et ention, swtehrp the topper delegates wt" be made to show their colors. 'The Sixth pawleant was the feature of the days H.. 4. .stliff was the lei.dr lere. ae *Wa elected as alter natV.for Dr. Mills, who is In Wash Ington. The regular polling place had been named a nBeck's garage on South higgins avenue. When the time came for npenlng the logttr, however, H. C. Stiff established a litti4,.primnry of his lown in the 'barber shop on South Higgins avenue, opposite the Penwell hotel. ,Dougal McCeormidk and his gang of stool-pigeons came, voted and the Issue was deoli.d, Some of the regulars came frohe official polling place and attes e.I tc challenge votes.. They. wed- .het with something skin to derisive grius. Prank Woody, seeing that protesteswere of no avail, proceeded to unbosom himself to ,Mr. Stiff In regard to tit) latter's connec tlion 'with the Atfialiamated. Mr. Stiff became real peevish 'and kicked Mr. Woody In the liig.. Nothing dauntqd by the losa or &a few iards of cutclet, Woody eut onae with a hay maker that wpuld h .e ended' all of Stiff's ambitions to Fecorle national delegate, but he miled. Tbi comr bhatants were. then separated. Speak ing of the voting in the SIxth, a prominent democrat ssild "it was just, Ahe. seime as cthe re publican primaries, Itll this differ ence: I .twaarl.t I ape the Amalgamated support rs to spend so much money, or to exert themselves quite so strongly, It wat a re litlon of the tactlics that aye been4 em ployed by the eorpot on men since time Immemorial In Moanana politica. We aren't through yet,' however. We are 8.prg to tilleeLth1plirg. tpithe floor of the convention a we. ".ill make them show their true colors there. We have enough of a . epresentation to make a shbwing, although we have lost control of the ('on#entlon." The vote In the iBxth precinct stood ,8 to 24 In favor of the Amalgamated ticket, as it was-dubbed by the reg ulars, the vote being l. cast in two places. 'Following are the delegates and alternatec selected on the twd tickets: Precinct sIx. Amalgamated: Delegates-W. B. Rus sell. William Steltnblnner. Welling Napton, W. P. Mills, William Keating, ('. . . Woodworth, T. N. Marlowe, W. - W. Barry. Alternate-;J: W. Buford, i A. A. Taylor. Edwln tox 'it. C; Stiff. A. A. Taylor. E'lwin taPo, '0. C. stiff. "Usin' Tiz Gramma? "Yea, Harold, It Makee.'Qra.nd2a's Feet Feel Jyet Like Your. Freem.rom Tiredness, Aehes end Corn.." "Your papa and maunma your grandpa and your kraldma all use Tim, Harold. And you'll use it, too, iwhen you get to be a man, Then your feet will never hurt. or, Ot tired. That's why we all use Tir." Most of us get o1 H Thi bunlmal get stale, ,moi and psinfuI, Corns get r nd more stubborn as the ftet e ten der. At a time when Ple. need thteir feet most, th0e tp I leesaunlesa they use Thi. If you have never um irs before, your first use of it'" llb 1rien back some of your girlhood days. TIs will make your teet feel youa, strong a nd rigoro~se. they'll never be. tepder, never chafe or ache, never blistered dr swollen, and your 6e$s,, bunions and callouse will be no aOr'. Noth ing w0ll do it or oan AI like ls.. Don't elfperlment with things; other people have doe 'tfor you and 4thy are all no* U T Ti. lots on a new pr e-raws out alt the poisonou e that ma ooe OOt trol.abalne. . +:a,. ' Ti. ( r cn tJ Prowa W, ., , Fot. Oans, w iw . Utetab s , .J. 4 arom. W.. T. ,mesbhtl 4M .. re, i .. stifftt, . . .a F In the Second prelinet, D. Mohe r Cot, lolt and his, n aaen I d' E .Iph b th niei. '#_ na taken from the .lltet t d~lgates In I the second a pelr s). '1ir a.-oth I 1 n doinI, lt treter, ai . Br t1g69 Ja dotel that wtls list a!Itt lOitl has/ o ginaily p epated. 0a "i', beao C Ourmick plai descendet upon the polls in the eoend and ,Sid the .deinl Arthur. Sta Dniiel baek -a@ the itt? hiat IIat, raubitittitin Joint Pope arid James Conlon for the aforesaid gentle. men, who Pouldn't play the Amal: Igaited gaier. lwenty-sit votea were eas tfor the Amalgamated scratelt Stlotet and1 4 Votes straight. FoloWlhi s the Ilet of delegate and. alterattes seliated byr' popular vote in 'tihe ed*? ond: tI d 4... Pro.elOt Twe. 'Detegates-Hugh Kennedy, T. B. Thomlqon, Dan J. Heyfroa, John Pope, James ro. Froman, W. H. Reid, Thoma. Hs . Thlbodeau, James Conlon, ('haIles Halt, James ,Baiter. Alter natee-W. W. Kennedy, John L. Sloane T. H, Wade, Dr. -. D. *Bryant, Oan .O`t.i'.* Edward Levasaer, Thomas Hickey. A. E. .Higglin, `James .. Ward, John R. Helftrich. 'Knowinj that Jhey had ,dfu control, the Amalgamated forces dld 'not con. cern themselves with the Fifth pre cinct and the A. J. Violette tieket went through. There were no dit. . lons in the other precinets, the ;tte being straight for the corporation. n-. terests. The one remarkable thing was the small vote cast. FPollowing are the delegates and alternates selected In the First, Third, Fourth. ~i'th and Beventh: Prenolet one Delegates-Willlam Nayes, C.. H. Finley, J. B. Dean, C. . Dodge, Charles Ferguson. Louis Kennedy alid William Wise. Alternatbe-N. J. Myers. . O, Mills, Pat Hale, Joseph LaPorte, A. P. Spauldlng, qeorge Elliott and J. A. !Riough. ' Prelinet Three. Delegates-W. H. Smith, J. O: C.a. bett, H. B. Campbell, J. W. Fraser, J. P. Nagle, C. A. Searles, Peter Dunphy, W. W. McCormick, H. L. Ohapard, J. A. Walsh, Bert Stokke. . Alternates-P. H. Kelly. Toin'Bodle, Owen Kelly. Joe Brinker. Charles Mitchell, W. H. Rellly, J. B. Pig., WWilliam Spobner. Clarence Brandon, 'Phlt Kenny, F. D. Gleason. P.soonet Fear. Delegates-aus Broman. Chriptian F. Borman. Felix 1Martin. Patrick Hegarty, ThomAs Kennedy, R. . g~ove, Pat Callahan, -D. Cahill, James V. Brown. Alternates-Dan Fitspatrick, P. J. Conroy, W. '. Coffee, J. A. Hutton,. J. L. Duffy, H. P. Iaupt, Thomas McGregor, George Keith, Ed .McCarthy. Preoinet Five. Delegates-B. Frederlcks, George W. Carter; H. J. Hornsby. John P. Mc. (Cormlck, Dan Currie, John Bonner, A. I J. Violette, H. M. Small and WUlt1m I HroderlclE. Alternatea-Adam i Blcell, F. Von Platen, C. A. Marion, John I Purtle, J. T. Lacasse, William Me. 1 ,lolderlck. Lewis Greli, E." P. Wilburn 4 and George Dunham. Preeinet Seven. Deologates--., J. Coffee, J. M. Luct, . J. H. McOuffy, J. A. Baker, V. ""J. Coen, Dr. J. T. tMoKensle, F. iP. I Kuphal, Hugh orble, Cliaraes H., IIHI.( Alterhates-. L. ,. 'etor. J.. .. Luc', L. C. Anderson, .Will Care, J, H. Ke-. nedy, Tom ConTon, D. T. Curran, Phil * Ga.npn, James Montgomey'. 1 SOCIALIST NOT S.I (Contributed) ,. The lectures of William .Thurston 3 Brown constituted the event of the i past week In Missoula. oolalist circles. I They presented new thrught,-,and° od' t thought in new attire. The' ltuk#e t given at the Lowell mchoolhOuse on "The Revolutionary Proletarlat Piould have ,been heard by every hlkinu man and woman, as it dealt with a subject of Increasing import8eanc .j Ilji can no longer be ignrid. Wh4 B evo ilttlonLar' proletariat II ,~hre tb6. ,.., and the question of ietr " y "What are syegaoih toa ; Ii will chetile 'to morrow to',A koing to o- witth 'us?".-I etyhi produced him; made him propertylesL n.. thean sai: ' "Te 3WLt iI ,..oQ.t the protection' of euph as you| it ig. .1n readinlg the t.ug histoW ' revolutionary, proletariat one candt fall to marvel at his forbesra.c..,t . der 'the injustice and' perse"dtio of which he Is the victim; he 'dol'ptl defend himself, or protect his ftll for this world neoeritates "ý nel' Its obeys the law whioh h holds in contempt, and kisses te wlwhen armed desperados. take method of teaching him# i He does this today, but sloWly . at sprely he is rli h str ut, a the time is near when thilu, it anarchy he is recelln sohcalled lovers oft! i 1.til, ot. dense '~i R ý; ý, to ig ur eytpne t lluvlm"e.I aoybe atore of in. stilalin 'unio t, rotl t. wlde out oso on tis d S Ott tei.r delna rst twi. ey r he. ntwe maity hot. - able. otponb ta dilur vian e'usooi' not tcaly secbned a berth in the ark of soclalism. Xarl Lesion, the German Iabor tled. i asaed Ihneeiett linterview:" If there' is a Ictkoutio anys one craft n l~er.+ *any, there s a strlFe of everyone in that tndustla, 3. t * in case of a r kb aohe as this (that of the Cloagq ipreessln), all the sin gtie mni are drdeted out 4W town and are aitvn their jraveliint spelses. They f r w the wcmountry from city to city, an thereby secure an educat to. The paying of travelitng eadpedu amounts to no more than the stritl bepaeftita' Would. The4 numbere or women delegates ate in attendance at the national . ediast convention and takting an attye, part In Its lieusslons' is greater l. ..i, at any previous convention. 'The ,i olistit party Is. the only political -4, ganilation which recognises the equall it,: of women by welcoming thenti tf the floor of its conventions, instead of relgating them to the galleries. The Intereollegate Socitalist society is about to b otne tpternation.- 1t has 45 colleges enrolledl this btry. Are theres any minsltera of tioe Pr ce at Peace jin Mispoulat 'Jhen why this a*itation for the organisatlon of a company of militia? NEW CIMBIRGE8 EELD " IWWE (Coptinuedff rom Pa4sne.) Robbins, counsel for various acecused Industrial Workers, asserted today that they were trying to cause the ar rest of Chief of Police Wilson, in connection with the allikd abductlon of their stenographer, W. 8. Rawlins, from Uan Diego, May' 1. They said Rawlins had :prepared an affidavit to the effect that Chief WiI. sop and two other mhen h4 taken himt oat of San Diego and waII him pot to return. They ioug)t a Warrant charging the echi6f with one of three crimes-abduction, false imprisonment or. saaalt. Justice of le Peace Bolon jryan declined to Issue. eomplaldt ai8 re ferred the attorneys to theistrict at torney. They said they Would take the matter up with that offllcal Mon day. Attorney Moore 4delared that if necessary, they would petition the superior court Judges for a writ of n*ndamus compelling either the dis trict attorney or a tjustice of the peace to. issue a complaint against the chief.' SWCiuteteok Thregld.. - Man PFraoisco, May 35.-Colonel Harris; Weinstock, Governor Johnson's eommmialonei' to San Diego to probe the Industrial Workers, troubi,, read. todie at the luncheon Of tihe onm. irstlIat club a letter, thewl. of which warned him that 'o4: .',rb et" a taste of the Ben Reitetman epde." The letter follows: The Letter. , "Your report made to Governor Johnson has been noted and c oon sidered detrimental, to otlr, qlap', of cittsens. We know ourt btlsyti and you may rest assured we bays. ar understanding with the powers that he: that we will be protc tI4 I all that we do. We w1rn itt lthat if the opportunity presents ,;itelf. you """ ' Frr""" -""+v Er" 4#Uý.. ww+. IAWa WSII 4N *NU PIWWWI UU. ý, s 'i ,ný ý i +"a~ý; ;+ .ý n k ý I 1 y ý :act . . " .. ýý ?ý ý" r .;fear , ý" h'rw iý "s "f 'ýýý f ,., ý, Ai " ;"+4 yn .: K r ·I ·~it· PA,:c *1%'`·i·'r ~. l·-''""" ~ ~ ~ -Y :.I i A.'-i .i,.. 1( /~· ·. I Uetste;r`nh lW 4i str~i itt dha e i them for t tiers oa * 4si1~hris ovdtuin and Mg'lr ý tbem irtsi what tY. I ~ erka * kft eet aver ha re; ure them. '$ 91d net PrW idittion th*y tg. .rort have beer ifsleuted. * 4n Unholy no. gn1 ot to Ier ý: beguin menuiueutent wn tth'.. n aire unholy and i evry man gi diem4abbmiety "wdIh become I l*'. We, shonulbe a nation of last. -Und arnedrele. If the ° o ,t~ ot'tluatioja.Rtrt ý. ^ "tp, theI',"~'~pbd aýlyon os ;the " r..1 the and te: ._. '. u po' alth t, but.Csptal i #uuiehlpent, but (.a.p of: Dq tecflir d'euiii afald on t wit. -wltq i rd that 'lIt Inbllo meeiplle, we, .r mltted iln+Sa Diego .vithoutdi* pe missionl of the chief, of pl, ~ and that thlt permisilon never would be granted to the I. W. W. *"htat is transplastitng'Rugal into Ame.lfpan soil with al vugflpoeyl It we are robbed of free speech we be come the slaves of the state and 'eub jeet to the Whims 't polmoia 'Who may be viOfous. It edil big C .tat Pterror Ism." 4p The polloy pursued, laid the speak er, hid' bouglht to the aid ofrlthe ln dusttlsai.Wqorkers the socialists sild labor unions. - The Vigliantee. "Then the vigilantes were organ Ised"". he continued. "The' Impression left on aJie W.i that there was a tacit understanding between the viglllantes and the authorities that he vigiltantes were to be unmolested.' SThe newwpapers of San Diego also came in fot severe criticism. colonel WelnstoekW read an editorial from one of them Which advocated forclble sup preslon. "This." he said, "'s A direct incite ment to commit . murder. And for what? Captain Myers saya in hi teetimony there were 300 iens - ar slst$4. Not one of them was guilty of drunkenness or violence or of re sisting. an officer or. carrying con ceal, Weapos. . lt:e was. absolutely no 'occlaslon for the sp41Dtlon of, a body outside the authorlrtl#.to deal with the aitua lion.," '..tims sidman t Sesie Seattle, Mafy 15.--.1tima Goldman will deliver a pourse of saarohlst lero tures in Seattle, begInninu J un 0. The use ofs the labor tempte was .re. iNsed her . and' several other hails tb'ttd4' her Away. The I. W. W. has e.Jlged counsel for Be01k espk mnd Jitla Solompon, the. 'triklng 4allort aqJ.'e bel. held-ftr deportation to nd. and Industrial Workers of W d'. lsaers say that the fight ,.*.,,t lpl c .' e to .: hlingtop It. the prlisoneAri "j Oedl i , di.0bted. .The he'awng .-f the man- and woman will",be, .lld 'Mon4ay before the Im mihatton sqmmnislqgnt. ft he de oldes th t tley may be dmpotkdd. for pollce oo . croUs s ,whlch Included _1isorderiy pilekettig. eio ent.n will be (sslst ei tA'(1b( dpovtatlonl of a veast nufib " futidblafral Workelr in Slkittls Gltll mlrhnis and lllewhere.