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FOR A WOMAN'S HOME.
A Beginning Toward Setting the Wheels in Motion. Teaßpeewy Ofl»n BmM and U» First kuIMH W«tl»i Called tar Tai<il»y Aftwstas. In re-pon*e to the general invitation fesued. about 40 of the representative ladies of Seattle assembled at the house of Mrs. Dexter Horton todiscriss the nec<l and feasibility of establishing a home for women who, from a worthy spirit of independence or of necessity, ■eek employment in the city. A chair man an«l secretary pro tern, were elected, and after remark* from vari ous ladies in reference to the duty wombn owe to each other and the need for this philanthropic work, it was decided to organise an association to be called "The Woman's Home." After discus«ion in reference to the true nature and work of the con templated society, a committee was appointed to draft a constitution and by-laws to be .ftinted at the next meeting, which, by invitation of Mrs. Hopkins, took place in her par lors Friday afternoon. Many ladies were also present here. A constitu tion and by-laws were adopted and a partial organization effected by the election of Mr*. Bush as president and of Mrs. Handsaker as secretary. As the winter is pressing closely it was thought expedient to hold another meeting at an early day, and tbe la dies adjourned to meet in the W. C. T. U. hall, in Webster block, on Third itreet, next Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at which time remaining officer* rfKd board of trustees will be elected anil articles of incorporation provided for. The first point to be gained will lie a lease or a gift of a piece of suitable property upon which to erect the home. The fund* for this bulkling will be collected by donation from those who are favorably inclined, anil the building erected with a view to the comfort of its future inmates. The matter is at present in the hands of Mrs. Judge Bush and Mrs. Hand saker, the latter of whom is thor oughly familiar with the working of such institutions, having been an of ficer in the Woman's Home So ciety of Los Angele* The prime object of the society will be to furnish a borne for strangers arriving here, and for working women and girls who reside here and receive but small pay for tbeir labor. These boarders will pay for their board and lodging in proportion to the wages they earn by their work.and those who are indigent will be given a temporary home with out cost. Of course tbe plans for the management are still in embryo, but it will l>e the business of the society to make the home as pleasant and com fortable as possible. In addition to providing a place of residence for homeless women, the society will add an intelligence office to some branch of its management, where positions will be secured and work provided for the women and girls. At the meeting which is to be held next Tuesday at the W. C. T. U. hall, it is hoped and expected that everyone interested in the project will be pres ent and express his or her views re garding the future movements of the association. It is thought that the Woman'* Home will be self-sustaining in a short time, but the charitable spirit of the public mast first set the wheels in motion. The people of this territory, ami of Seattle especially, should be stir themselves in reference to the un fortunates whose step* are tending to words absolute evil; but the first duty is, plainlv, to provide means of assist ance t<> those who have made no seri ous missteps. If both the helping and the lifting hand is to be offered, let it be done bv all means. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Fetltloni for Road* Oranted—Con cerning Autiimenli. The board of commissioners of King county is still in session. Yesterday a heaTy Jay's business was transacted. A petition of C. L. Walker, for a county road, was granted. The view ers appointed were Wm. Ooldmeyer and J. Hu«h. W. A. llurtenshaw was appointed superintendent of District 27, vice J. K. Valentine, resigned. It was ordered that the contract for the bridge over the Hainish river, at Oreenleaf's place, be accepted, and that the contractor*, Itrasen A Neil son, be paid the balance due on said con tract. which Is S!M7 91. Thehondsof W. A. Hartenshaw. as superintendent of district 27, and of H. A. McKiney of district IS, were approved. The report of the viewers on the damage by Rommell road was ac cepted. Tho petition of Jatncs Kssensey and others for a bridge over Stossel'ajgulch "was granted, the cost not to txceed ♦OO. The iietition of J. T. Fleenor and others for a county road on the east side of l.ake Washington was granted. The viewers appointed were Aug. Hav ercamp and C. M. Bturdevunt It was ordered that Uie superintend ent of district No. 10, be paid the amount due his district for delinquent taies for 1(W collected by the treas urer, tho amount being $.V> OS. An application of Judd iV Lane for a liquor license at Snoqualmie was re jected on the ground that they had no title to the property on which the business was to l>e conducted. The auditor was directed to adver tise for bills for burving the poor in King county, outside the county town. The following resolution was also passed lu the matter of property assessed on the mil of isss to unknown owners: It appear- Ins to the board >hat from tbearrangcuiaut of proiHTty on the list (as much a«Moacres t.-tti* arsis*')! on one line, wtth no space for the division of tho same), in case there should he two or more owners it beiflt Im possible for the comity treasurer to collect the taies mi the »a!d unknown roll, the board having eonsnlted the prosecuting attorney it »«s ordered that ihe said un known roll Is* rettirntd as "error' and thai wme reliable abstract firm be em plo\ ed to furnish the names of the owners of said properrv Included In «ald unknown list, ami that the county auditor upon re celvlng the said list of owners proceed to ass. s« anauist i-ald property so listed the «am.' lain.' as tl<at returned hy the asesaor on said unknown list aii'i extend the taxes on the >ami' as required by law, MK. MOODY'* MKKTIMiS. In view of the general "Interest felt by all classes u> hear this world-famous evangelist. it would !«• a CVKH! thing for the clerks, salesmen, latKirers and other employes in the citv, if the mer chants and others employing them could arrange business so as to allow them to attend the evening -ervice* at * o'clock. Any emharra-sment or pe cuniary disadvantage attending such an arrangement would be far more than compensated for by increased ef ficiency of the force of employes, for Mr. M«odv'* words and influence are all on the side of good morals, dili gence in busines- and -tricte-t hon esty Without attempting to estimate hi* religion- work, his contact with any community i- a great business bless ing to it. ' Co*. Ornctßs Ei.fCTfp. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Puget Sound Navigation A Improve ■tent Company, the following officers •ere chosen for the ensuing year Samnel A. ltovt. president: Geo. \V. Bullene, vice-president; J.C. Smart, secretary; IVvter Ilorton A Co., treasurers; 1,. J Oliver. Samuel Jack son. directors, and t- A. Dyer, general manager. Child™ try for Pitcher's Ctstorli A CUCOUTIM UnUST. Ciwiaiahli aitofriM —nITII la Tkh City. Not to be behind the program of other cities larger than Seattle, Hem. Kaolkner A Lmejr, the stationer* and newsdealers of 1019 Front street, have negotiated (or the establishment of 4 circulating library which will conup" all the popular works of history, fic tion, and other works, and They will offer the use of the same to the public at the nominal price of $2.30 per year. As the library will comprise 500 or more volume*, it will be readily seen that it bring* within the ranch of all an opportunity to read what wouki otherwise cost a very large sum. The 'dea is original with theae gentlemen, and one which will meet the favor of aIL. Their agents, Messrs. Hicks and M liner. win canra*s the city for sub scriptions. and patrons are cautioned from listing their names with other than the above gentleman, as it Is known that an attempt is being made to foist upon the community fewer and much inferior works than the Se attle circulating library will contain. Dtrr BraoLABT -Wm. H. White, who keeps the night-watch at a cigar stand on Main street, retired to his room in tbe La Veta lodging house on the same street at 5 o'clock yesterday morning, atpeace with all "mankind and with 122 in his pocket. When he awoke about 1 o'clock he felt for hi* |22, and his serenity wa* undis turbed at finding it still there. He lost consciousness again in the arms of sleep, and when he got up about 5. he wa* rejoiced to find his purse still in his pocket. Bat when White went down street and dropped into a store and made a purchase and pulled out hi* purse to pav for it. be was con siderably nonplussed at finding sub stituted in place of hi* $22 a small bar of soap, and several pieces of plaster, that filled out the pur*e to its usual plethoric proportions. During bis slumbers some one bail entered his room and stolen the money and sub stituted the worthless soap and plas ter. The loss was reported to the police. KXLL FOBTV Parr.—Alfred Hil-son, a tripper on one of Allen A Nelson's pile driver*, engaged in the construc tion of the Snohomish bridge, fell from the fourth guard of tbe driver to tbe floor of the scow yesterday morn ing and sustained a terrible fracture of the right leg, besiides serious injuries to his back. Hilson bad just tripped the hammer, and was running down tbe ladder from the fourth to the fifth guard, when in some unknown man ner he lost bis hold, and went flying to the *cow forty feet below, with "fright ful velocity. He (truck on hi* right leg and back. The limb from tbe knee down wa* mashed to a pulp, and the body generally was badly shaken up. Superintendent of Bridge Con struction Watson brought the injured man to Seattle on the afternoon train, and placed him in Orace hospital. He wa* reported last night as resting «wy- THB AXBOH AMOCIATIOH. —Thare will be shipped from Portland, to-morrow, about TOO shade Mei of different varieties, and these will lie set out on several street* of this city during th* month. A competent gar dener has been engaged by the Arbor Association for this purpose. It wa* first intended to have an "Arbor day" in which the public could take part "in the movement, but the season has grown too late for such an event. The liberal citizens who contributed to tbe fund for beautifying the streets may be assured that the trees will be care fully planted, and there is hardly a question that the law will amply pro tect them during their early years of growth. I.eo BROKE*.-- Capt. V. K. Johnson, who lives on Ninth street, was at tempting to navigate tbe streets on his way home, about 7 o'clock last nigbt. anil at the comer of Mill and South Third street* he lost his equi librium and fell to tbe walk. Passersby noticed the fallen man, and thinking It was just a plain case of drunk, Offi cers Webster and Kellv were sum moned. They picked Johnson up and started with him to the city jail, when it was noticed that hi* left leg was hanging helflfS'i below the knee. A physician was called and he pro nounced the limb broken. Johnson was conveyed to bis residence, where the fracture was reduced. The officers state that Capt. Johnson was intoxi cated at the tnue of tbe accident. KESK'NF.H. — Mr. F. P. Weymuoth, formerly Superintendent of the Col umbia & Puget Sound lUilroad Company, but for the past four years Superintendent of the Idaho division of the Northern Pai ific. has resigned his position with the latter compauy, •nd is spending a few days in Seattle, with hi* old frienps. Mr. Weymouth has not decided where be will locate, but after a few weeks needed rest he will begin considering the variou* prepositions lie has received. He hopes that circumstances will enable him to cast hi* lot in the Queen City. AtTMORiTV Voted. —The special school election held yesterday, for the purpose of conferring authority upon the directors of the school board to Issue JIJO.OOO-bonds. passed off very quietlr. The total vote cast was 211, of which lftt were for and It; against. About a dozen women cast their votes. Mr. Tavlor, one of the directors, said to a reporter that he undent. kml the bonds were practically negotiated, as the city banks had signified their willingness to take them. Ik Dmniid or Hkai.th.— In Jus tice Soderberg's court an example was made of Dun Yamount, a native of Japan, for committing a nuisance en dangering public health. The case was brought under city ordinance No. M*>, on complaint of W II Byers, The complaint was that the defendant cast on the complainant's property garbage offal. The lowest fine under the ordinance is S3O. The defendant was fined. Smipmkst or Bio Timiikr.— One of the largest cargoes of luml>er that cvrf left I'uget Sound, was taken froilf Fort Blakeley the s th inst. on the ship Invincible, bound for Melbourne. The cargo complete measured 1.2.VV 000 feet , and among other pieces were several 2feet square and I'XI feet long, and other* 115 inches square and X) and 90 feet long. Towel*. CbssterClaary. Se rubber r-imtn. Deary See today's want eoluran. P!u»h sale. Chester Cleary. Comforter*. Chester Cleary New cloaks Chester cleary, t.sc silk pla«h Chester Cleary. Fur trimming Chester Cleary. Price our new plushes. Cleary. Great sale; table linens, cleary. Sale of hosiery. Chester Cleary. SOe splendid nnderware. Cleary. «5e silk plashes. Chester Cleary. 4&c silk plnshes Chester Cleary. New trimmings. Chester Cleary. New dress food*. Chester Cleary. Price our flannels, ("heater Cleary. Lace eurtaln nets. Ug sale. Cleary $1; a splendid white spread Cleary. Eastern cash price* eioaks. Cleary. Eastern cash prices; spreads. Cleary. ix ao w»; king Jackets. Chester Cleary 2&e ladies all-wool hose. Chester Cleary &e hemstitched baudkerchlefa. Cleary Campaign pictures at tfrabam A Daal ton's. *:« new silk plushes, all color*. Chester Cleary We are the only authorised agents for IHiulap's Fifth avenue soft, stiff ami sslk hats. Toklas. siugorman £ i o. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed to everv customer at our grea: redactiou saie of tln vi Tokla». singvrman A i o. AU fT*«h, tfilel au'i »P*n. <»» r n * w Monday morning. 36-inch all-wool urtw goodi it 2v. ToklAi sinwnntn « l *>• An advertisement In the want column will coot yo* a a word for Brrt inser tion and 1 oent tor errry day thereafter. Cbildrea Cry for Pitcher s C«torl» th» mnu wgr-nniuiaaim scnday novkmbek h, im. THE LOCAL BUDGET. Arrival of the West Seattle y Ferryboat. P** *WW Tlm Car* t* Ik* Ikm K«a4-VlMl»( Wllmm-IMM •* »—<« Aitksriml. The West Seattle Land ft Improvy meat Company * new ferry. Seattle, arrived in port yesteAKy af ternoon, and 'teamed across tbe bay to her landing on the other side. She made tbe trip without accident of any kind, her temporary bulkheads and sponsofis affording her full protection against the rough weather. Beside these guards against stormy water, she was fitted with a temporary mast and sail, to be u«ed in case of accident to her machinery. Her length over all is 125 feet an i her beam 35 feet, although with her guard* and housings she measure* over 45 feet in width. She has drivinc-way for six loaded team-, anil can safely carry all the passenger* that can comfortably board her. Dur ing her construction in Portland she was under the supervision of an engi neer especially engaged in San Fran cisco, and on her trial trip made in the Willamette »he *teaiue«l U miles an hour. The work at the landings on both sides of the bay is under way and will be completed within a few days. In the meantime tbe boat will be in charge of her mitirr, Capt. H. Oliver, who will superintend the work of fitting her up for immediate use. j She will begin by making trips from this side every two hours during the day, which will be increased as the traffic demands in tbe future. Com mutation ticket*, good for 30 days, will be issued for $3, while single fare? will be 15 cent*. THE KIVMTD nm CARD. It Went lat« Effect With this Morn ing's .143-Traln. At 1 o'clock this morning the revised time card of the Columbia A Puget Sound and Puget Sound Shore rail roads went into effect. That the new I schedule may be perfectly understood,' the revised time of the arrival and de parture of passenger trains on the Pu get Sound Shore railway is again given: Passenger trains leave Seattle for connections with the Northern at 3:45 a. m. and 0:50 p. m., and the *ame train* returning arrive in Seattle at 9:25 a. ni , 1:25 p. m. These trains ar rive at Stuck Junction at 4:45 a. m. and 7:55 p. m., and on their return ' start at 8:20 a. m. and 9:10 p. m. This morning's south-bound passenger wa* the first to leave on tbe new schedule time. La«t night's 10 20-train brought with it mail car No. 111, and the new mail system was inaugurated this : morning. Both passenger trains will have attached hereafter this mail cat, and the postal work will be di vided between Jas. McContbs and L. F. Mann, exneriened mail clerks, ap pointed by Chief Clerk W. T. Henry. Through mail from tlie East and' Portland will now arrive at 9:2.) a. in., and from Portland and California at 10:20 p.m. Mail from Portland and California and for T'nion Pacific points will leave on the 6:50 train in the evening, and local service w ill be rendered on all the trains. Both the passenger and mail services, it should be stated in addition, make due con nection with east and west-i>ound > Northern Pacitic trains at Stuck. By this morning's 9:25 train will arrive the first Pullman to lie placed on the route between Seattle and Portland. This car will be returned on to-night's 0:50 train, and thereafter the service will be continued daily. It will now l«e possible for passenger* to take their Pullman at Seattle, retire, and wake up in Portland. Likewise pas-engers can take the Pullman on the train that starts from Portland in the night and sleep all the wav to 1 Seattle. The new system has been thorough ly arranged,"and no trouble is antici- ' pa ted in inaugurating it. JCMFKD TH« COU»T*Y.~ Wm. Pellet, the principal witness for the prosecu tion in the case of the four men arrest ed for robbing Bode's tailoring estab- j lisbuient a month or more since, has evanesced, and it is highly probable that the case will be dismissed from i Justice Jones' court to-morrow, when it was set for trial, for want of pros ecution. Pellet had been arrested and held in jail as the prosecuting witness, but hi* release was permitted by Dis trict Attorney ltonald. Pellet im proved his opportunity to skip. New evidence wa* then discovered that I'el- j let was as deeply implicated in the , crime a« the four principals, and Chief ; Mitchell set about to effect his capture.' He got a trace of Pellet at Anacortes. on Pidalgo island, and he dispatched officer Terry after him there. Theoffi-■ cer followed the fugitive from Anacor-! tes to Whatcom, and there lo*t track lof him, and was forced to return to Seattle. The prosecution may stick without Pellet, but it looks a little doubtful. SCLLIVAN'I WW OPERA. 1 Routing Farewell to the Emma Abbott Opera Company. Krye's opera house was crowded to its utmost capacity last night, the oc casion being the la«t night of the Emma Abbott opera company, and the tint production of "The Yoeiuan of the (luard or the Merry Man and His Maid." The plot of the opera was published some weeks .ago in this journal. The music is certainly the most pre tentious work of Sir Arthur Sullivan, and there are several members worthy a place in grand opera. Want of time and space forbids more than a brief mention of the performance. It was admirable throughout anil pleased immensely. Miss Abbott won new honors in the role of Elsie Maynard, \%hi!»Me«sr» ;Hrodenck Pruette. Mon tofffuTu and Allen were very tine. The "fvstuiues are magnificent. I'EKSONAL. Mr. A. E. Hummer, agent for the Columbia A Pujret Sound Railroad, paid r-eattle a visit yesterday. Mr l- S. J Hunt, whose health has been failing for the past few weeks, will leave this evening on a trip to Southern California. Those who have business with Mr Hunt which is left incom plete bv his departure should call upon Mr. S. E. Smith at the Porr-lK rri office. Mr. Smith will furnish Mr. Hunt's addre-s or will for ward communications to him, and will attend to the details of his busi ness. Mr Hunt will not return until he has regained hi* health. Methodist Church Social. The regular monthlv meeting of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor was held last Fri lay even ing in the parlors of the First Metho dist church. An interesting pro gramme succeeded the usual Iran-ac tion of business, recitations, instru mental and vocal solos meeting with the applause of the listener*. Suts. fruits and goody-goodies were served. »nd the meeting brought to a close. Marvelous bargains In genu scarfs; we can sell TOU a ?5C scarf for J&e. Toklas, Slngertnan A Co. Priestley Henrietta ail the grades; see their trade-mark varaished hoard. Toklas. singertnsn A Co. Prof. Dillon's dancing school Fridays at *»p. m Javenile class Saturdays at 1 p. m. at Turner hall. To do fall Justice to the areteriptioa de partment of their establishment, the itcwart £ Holmes l>ru* Co. find It neces sary U> keep their store open all mgfct. A competent prescription clerk will be on handat all hours; O Front street. Childrti cry fir Pltefcr's Cartarfa Mr-V. A. Posey, the newly elected «*ttty superintendent of school*.!* in the city. WWP-the cheapest lot on Front Tlw. bark Boeaaxa sailed Ust night foe San Francisco with 2000 tons of Seattle and Franklin coal. She was in tew of the tog Tyee The schooner Letitia. C ape Wilson. *rn*ed from San Francisco yesterday with a cargo of general merchandise for Seattle. Tacoma and Port Town send consignments were small. Yesterday was pay day on the Puget Sound Shore and 'Columbia A Paget bound rail roads.and their offices consequently presented a busy scene. The funeral of the late Robert Rus sell will take place this afternoon at - o'clock from the Catholic chucb. where services over the remains will be held. Berti Emmanuel was charged in Justice Soderberg's court yesterday, by J. li. Chiales with threatening to kill him. Tbe case was continued till Monday evening. ! The stetmer Wilmington will sail [ from San Francisco for Seattle and t other Sound ports, Wednesday. Nov. 14. with passengers and a cargo of gen eral merchandise. The steamer Josephine arrived in port yesterday from Myers' cannery with!*®cases of cannM salmon, ft was discharged at the City wharf, and will lie shipped to St. Louis and New i York. The Republican central committee of Portland, Oregon, have decided to give a grand ratification celebration on Tuesday, the 13th inst. Agent Cbil berg ha* been authorized to sell tickets at the rate of pi 10 for the round trip. ! Andrew Bums' case, reported in yesterday's paper, was continued yes terday morning before Justice Soder-; berg. Burns was committed to jail to await his trial at tbe next sitting of the grand jury, in default of finding bail in 11500. A new fire plug of improved has been placed at the comer of Froi* ! and Columbia streets. It has i-oiif^ 1 lings for four separate lines of hose, j and water is turned on and off by an i attachment beneath the sidewalk, in stead of on the top of the plug as in the old style. Crawford A Conover are a new firm, but they will stake their reputation on j the assertion that they have tbe three greatest bargains in "homes at from 92400 to S3OOO. and the finest chance for an investment of $10,500 offered in Seattle to-dav. Read their list on this P»ge Tbe new halioon which is under con struction by Prof. Van Ta*sell is near ly completed. It will be 48 feet in di ameter, wilt stand «7 feet high, and hold 50,000 feet of gas. The owner inJf tends making an ascension fpgra barge iu the Sound, and when Mvout 4000 feet in the air will descend in a parachute. U-HBiaiNli IMOBPOBATIOK.—ArticIes were filed yesterday incorporating the lake Shore Lumber Co. The object* of the company are to manufactory lumber, to buy and sell timber lands aud to do all acts necessary for the carrying on uf the business successfully. The chief place of business is Seattle aud the period of exist ence of the compauy is to be 60 years from date. The trustees are five in number and the incorporators are named as the first trustees to bold office for six mouths. The names and places of residence of these are Laurence Focher. Seattle, W. T.: C. B. Kiggs. Detroit, Mich.; E. A. Case. Ta coma, W. T ; I. O. Biglow, Seattle, W. T. The amount of capital stock of the com psnv is 160.000, divided into 1000 shares of par value of SSO. No capital stock can be sold for less than par value, the stockhold ers to have preference In case of a sale. TUB OmctAL COCST.— Auditor Wood yesterday informed a reporter cf the POST ISTKLLIGBNCKB that the last of the official election returns had just come in from Enumciaw. Judge Rochester is expected to-morrow, so that the votes will likely be canvassed on Monday, In accordance with the law. before the probate judge and two county commlMioacrs. The canvass should be made, under tbe law. by the 10th day after the election. BMOVAL—Tbe agency of Chicago Safe and Ixiek Company, heretofore at »22 Front street, Messrs Cross A Co., agents, has been removed to Arlington hotel block, Ne. is Maine street. J. W Davis,agt.. in charge. A large and varied stock of these celebrated safes can be seen at above address, where all are invited to examine two carloads received this week. Old safes taken in ex change for new safes on monthly pay ments. i all and sue us before purchasing. ADVICE TO MOTHERS. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil dren teething, is the prescription of oue of the best female nurses and physicians to the United States, and has been used for forty years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething Its value 1* Incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhsra, grip ing iu the bowels and wiud colic. By giv ing health to the child It rests the mother. Pnee 23c a bottle. aug9dwly New stock of kid gloves by express to day from New York. Toklas, Singcrman A Co. Underwear sale Monday and all week at only half price. Tokla*, Singer man & Co. Heavy sacrifices lu dress goods Mondsy morning; something great for 10c. Toklas, Singerman it Co. If you have a room lorent advertise it in the want column. We're All Right! 720 BOSTON BLOCK, On or Before Dec. Ist, 'BB, HALEV & WRIGHT 1 ciiltrea crj itr Piteur' Cuttrii To-day's Bargains. It i* the Intention of to make this Oat of bargains a featu<r which every investor will want to read. We w3l include in Itonlv sneh properties as we ran honestly recommend as bar gains. TUB LIST 18 CHANGED EVERY DAT. Hew properties are constant] T be ing added, and others taken out as sold Make it a point to read It carefully evenr morning, with your reft*, and if yoa have any thought of Investing. yon win find the time well spent. The following is the Bargain Ljxt offtred to-day by LAND AT KIRKI.4ND. #IT /fin-!* acres of water front an >I3.4UU lake Washington, near Kirk land. at SIOO an arre. Would take half cash BIG DIVIDENDS* tin tnn Ix>t * s and 4, block IS. A. A. £|U.9UU Denny's plat. This is a IJB ft square, running through from sth to 6th street, and faring on both streets. two lots grounds There are four neat n/okgr» on tbe Fifth str.et side, which nslly rent for S2S a m-nth each. There is plenty of room for four more on Sixth street, an 1 by building these the property will return between 114 and per cent, per month, above taxes, insurance and all expenses. The location is admirable, the lots all that could be desired, and in our estimation, the property at the orice named is the best investment in Seattle to day for that amount of money. A DESIRABLE BLOCK. to enn Block 25. Carkeek's (or Snm )oiwUU mil) supplemental plat It is high ground, lays well and Is a bargain. BARGAINS IX BOXES. • 0 Dfin-L°< 5 - block 34, heirs of Sarah AiOUU A. Bell's second addition. This full lot (m Ninth street, south of Stewart, together with a neat 11,400 cottage containing five rooms, closet, pantry, etc. The house is Insured for SU years for SI,OOO. This is a rare opportunity for any one desiring to secure a co*y home, well located, at a bargain. fl CIMl -^ Nearly new story and a half 94*wUU house: cost 11,900. barn cost 1300: lot cleared, fenced and grubbed i on Box street, just south of Harrison: very near ntw Cable road; for 12,600, 1 1,600 cash, balance on time if desired. Owner needs money for other purposes. Don't pay rent when you can secure a home at such a bargain. tO Zflfl —T he cheapest bouse and lot on 9Z.4UU the market. It Is at the cor ner of Twelfth and Mikado streets, less than two blocks from the Cable road. Six room house which cost tl30», and Is good as new. Lot cost $960 live years ago. Has private water works which cost $l5O, mak ing total cost of $2,900. It is a rare bar gain at $2,400 and will be snapped up quickly. JACKSON STBEET. 11 nnn-I"" and 17. Jones' supple 4>I.UUU mental plat of black 11, Barke's second addition. Owner needs mouev. A bargain. TWO CHEAP LOTS. I nnil—Lots 6 and 7. block B, Wood SI.UUU ward's addition. Lot 7 !• a large corner 72x120 feet, and 6 is regu lation size, 60x120, There is a fine view, and anyone wishing a nice building lot or a good investment, coul-.i not do better '.ban take these two for SI,OOO. SMALL FARM. tOOft— Twenty acres, near Olympia. and j/UU three miles from thcrallroad, half a mile from school, with near neighbors and splendid road. The land is level and drained. Some small brush, but easily cleared. Owner needs the money. It is very cheap. FRONT STREET. to cnn-*'° r this week only, a lot on JQ.3UU Front street, between Lenora ana Virginia, nearly opposite the Half way House. Including a SI,OOO residence, can be had for $8,500. Tbe bare lot ad joining cannot be had for SIO,OOO. Fine Front street property at from $lO,- 000 to $16,000 per let. A splendid 40-acrc tract north of Lake Union at $l5O an acre. Adjoining property is aelling at S2OO. Lots and blocks in Arlington Heights and lots In Law's Second addition. If you don't find what you want in this list, come and see us, and if we havn't It we will get it. WANTED. Good building lot in Terry's fifth or Plummer's additions or vicinity. Cash purchaser. (Ociu^nJ&CoruH/et Room 49, New Yesler Block. Take the elevator. BRUNSWICKJESTAURANT. SUNDAY, NOV, 11, ISBS.) DINNER BILL OF FARE. SOI'PS. Chicken with Rice Ve*etable. <OO somme, with Sasro. fmaUOnio w. Uttuer Radithtt. Ctlery, FISH. Boiled Rook Cod, Butler Sauce. Chip Potatof*. Baked Salrcon Trout, Fine llertia Ilollandaur Potatof REMOVES Oi Tongue, Piquante Sauce Lei of Mutton. Kre Sauce. Krvsb Beef, Tomato Sauce. Stuffed Turkey. Cranberry Saace. Haunch of Venison. Current Jelly. S'uffed Mallard I)ack SlrloJn of Beef. Spriug Latab with Mint Saace. Loin oi Veal with Dressing. Ix>in of Pork with Apple Sance. Rib End!" of Beef. Browned Oniona. ENTREES Baked C hicken Pie. Potted Venison. with Vegetable*. Brisket of lanb, French Peas. Vra! and llara Croquettes, Cream Saace. Charlotte of Apple. COLD. Shrimp Salad. Potato Salad. Boned Turkey,-Aspect Jelly. VEGETABLES. Mashed Potatoes. Browned Sweet PUatoca. Boiled Potatoes. Stewed Cora. Surar Peas. Sonash. Cabbage. PASTRY Mince Pie. Apple Pie. Custard Pie. Apple Cobbler. Vanilla Cream Sauce. Lemon Jelly. Port Wine Jeliy. Brandy Jelly Merargue Tarts. Cream Pnffs Meran*ue blare*. Pine Apple Cheese. Asaorted Cake. Tea. Lemon Ice Cream. Coffee. THE FIRST NITIOVIL HIM OF SEATTLB, Iwttu, Waiklaftm Territory- Paid-up Capital, $150,000. UCO Mil «■ UIIU, J. atDHttMl FraMnt ta&tm. Seaera. banking Easiness transacted. Sight and telegraphic exchange pajatwr la all the principal cities oi the Cnilad State* aad rsmp* TOKUS, StRGEfiMAR & CO., Frart usi ColßMfcii Sta. Unprecedented Values For this Week! Remember the antiquated maxim. "Never buy a pig in a poke." Remember a dollar saved is a dollar made. Remember when you think of laying down yeur money for Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, Carpets and Fur nishing Goods, that Tok las, Singerman & Co., ex- ponents of liberality and champions of the LITTLE PROFIT SYSTEM of doing business, guarantee the largest selection and the biggest dollar's worth on the Pacific Coast. It makes no difference to T. S. & Co. how low a price other dealers may name, we will always sell the same quality for a LOWER PRICE. By strictly ad hering to this principle of underselling competitors and truthfully representing every article we sell, we have built up a business that is with out a parallel in the devel opment of any mercantile veuture ever made. Cloaks and Wrans! (THIRD FLOOR) The strongest stock we have to offer this week is on our Third Floor, in our Cloak and Wrap department. The very best thing we ever offered in a New- market will be shown this week. All sizes, from 34 to 44, Black or Brown Berlin Twill for $7.00; this gar ment is equal to any $14.00 Cloak in this or any other city. We have the largest variety west of Chicago, of Plush Wraps and Ladies' Paris Wraps. Additional novelties have been received during the past week in very rich, long and short garments, to which we respectfully invite the attention of all seeking for choice goods, of which duplicates cannot be pro cured in the city. As usual, our prices are much under those prevailing for high class Paris Wraps. Ladies' Uodfln-Made Walking JACKETS! The assortment of high class London-Made Walk ing Jackets which we shall offer this week is beyond all comparison the greatest in variety ever seen in Seattle, and the styles are exclusive with us. They are marked greatly under value. Adher ing to our strict rule, we make no charges for altera tions. TOKLAS, SIMIAN iCO. Front and Columbia St«. TOKLAS, SIM6ERRUR & CO., MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. Trimmed Hatsand Bonnets, embracing all our imported models and special exclu sive designs. Round Hats and Turbans, Fancy Feath ers and ornaments, new ever)- Monday morning, SILK HAMIRCHM Ladies intending to purchase Silk Handkerchiefs for the Holidays w ill find it to their advantage to secure the bar gains we are now offering, as the variety will not last long, and they cannot be obtained later on. Ladies' genuine Japanese Silk Handkerchief, 16 inch, fancy colors, 25c. Upholstery DKFASTXXIIT. (third KI.OOR, elevator.) The inducement to be of fered to-morrow in this de partment will be of special interest to every lady who has any immediate or pros pective intention of pur chasing anything in the line of Upholstery goods, Lace Curtains, Portieres, &c. VVe enumerate a few special lines which cannot tx: duplicated at double the price. Several of the lots being small, an early inspection will be necessary to prevent disappointment in securing them. One lot Nottingham Lace Curtains, taped edge, at SI.OO per pair; another lot at $1.35 per pair; another lot heavy Nottingham Lace Curtains at $1.50 to $2.50 per pair; 200 pair Antique Lace Curtains from $2.75 to $14.50; one lot Swiss Tam boured Lace Curtains at $12.00, worth $25; French Renaissance Lace Curtaisn at $10.75 pair, good value $17.50; one lot Vienna Chen ille Curtains at $6.50; 100 pr. Silk Turkoman Cur tains $8.50 to Several pieces Spun Silk Tapestry, to close out, re duced from $3.50 to $2.00; 10 pieces very fine Silk Bro catelle at $5.00; sold no where for less than $10.00; Smyrna Rugs, Wilton Rugs, Plush Rugs, Fur Rugs, Sheepskin Rugs, Goatskin Rags. Window Shades made and put up in the best man ner at lowest prices. Oreat Sale OF ■"■ BLANKETS AND PILLOWS. Fourth Floor tad Buement We have made some ex traordinary purchases in Blankets, and can offer the same for less than any mer chant can buy them. As they cannot last long at the very low prices placed upon them, an early examination is advised. Lot 1—285 pairs of Blank eta. Lot 2—325 P airs Wool Blankets, large size, at $4 per pair. Lot 3—260 pairs Wool Blankets, large size, at $5.50. Comfortables and Quilts —65 doz. full sized comfort ables, with good filling at 75c. each. A handsome line of foreign and domestic Eider Ilown Comfortables with Sateene and Chintz coverings. Spill in Marseilles ijoilts At It 00 for tbii oslr. TOKLAS, MIRIAM CO. Front and Columbia Sts. TOKUS, SiIGERMAN & CO.' Front tad Columbia Sts. CLOTHING Department For the coming week we can offer seven lots of Men's and Young lea's Suits, bought job. at especially low flgnres. One line All Wool Cheviot, very cheap. One line All Wool Doable aad Twist, fray and black, for two-lhirds Its value. One line. 45 suits, Silk Mixed. One line, 36 suits. Fancy Worsteds. These goods are especially low, and we are using them aa an advertise ment. Three lines in Young Men's Suit*. Big bargains. All goods marked in plain fgures. We also received *2tM)O worth or Boys' and Chil dren's goods by same in voice at equally low prices, comprising Long Pant Suits, Knee Pant Suits and Over coats. Call early and get first choice, as these goods will go very quickly. SEECIAI. IN Gentlemen's PiraisMtj Goods. Men'# Merino Striped Shirts and Drawers, winter weight, 50c. Men's Mole skin Overshirts, SOr, Men's Fancy French Percale Shirts 3 collars and 1 pair cuffs, 76c and sl. These good* are fast color and good style. Men's English Merino Half Hose, 25e. Men's Natural Wool Mixed, 3 pm. sl. Men's Natural Wool Sanitary Silk, 50c. Ofer 500 different pat- terns in Men's fine Silk, Sat- in lined, Searfs. 25c. Ask for the Arlington, the latent Scarf. In Men' Underwear the stork represent* Heeler's hand made Derby undsrwear natural camel's hair, Austra lian wool, lamb's wool, nat ural wool spliced seat, gent's Saxony wool shirts and draw- ers, gent's Cashmere shirts and drawers, Gent's Merino shirts and drawers, gent's Halbriggan shirts and draw ers. We represent the Llr zenin Mills in Derby striped camel's hair shirts and drawers, plain camel's hair shirts and drawers, Scarlet wool doable seat drawers, pray Scotch wool double seat drawers, Swil* C'onde non shrinking shirts and draw ers in plain. Taney and striped. Dr. Jaeger's Sani tary Woolen System Com- panv underwear for ladies, children and men; also night shirts and orerahirts. T., S. k Co. are sole agents for Se attle, W. T. Special atten tion to mail orders. TOKLAS, SIMIAN & CO. Front and Columbia Sts. 5