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P9 ALEN GOES FREE.
||i Jsstiee Finds His Guilt- W less of Embezzlement ImO an interest in the money litoU ton •* *«• Vegtoseet • Som mmd Amgrr Wt«e-Aa «a --f John Vu Alea, formerly loco! H«>t far jjbe fidelity A Casualty laeuraace Coaa jpsav. of N«t York, and who waa brought Sack from Ciliforsit to stand trial far paibezzling 12.000 worth ol premium*, was made happy yeeterday by ■ deci»u>n fno J uvtice C»ldw«U. before whom the aeo liminary examination wu held Tueadey, dismissing the charge of fraudulent aoa* torsion of asooey. la rendering bto decision Justice Cold well said that the casereeted upoa the of a fraudulent conversioa of pmey received, the dsfsndaat haviag alrr"~< receiving the moeey and glvea a pale la settlement. The evidence showed ftatVsn A!en received a commission oa Eaotwyi collected by hlaa far the ooa» y. Thaa he scquired as Interact to ry dollar which he collected. The jus. i iat said that U waa a wsii-aetahilsbed rwlo Jhat where a person obtain* the pgeatidon ef money or other property which belongs |l fart to himself and to part to otheta a by him of the whole of each jpeoey would not conetitote embesale- SNBt. There wee noevideace to abow that taa Alen wee required to remit to the com pany specific sums received by him, on the eaatrsry, the alleged frand ulent conver fise occurred September 15,1800, when, |s wee shown by the evidence, the some •ere received In June. Authorities ware thse cited to abow that to mam each as fsa Alen'*, the agent waa not an embe* gar. The justice, while taking Into oon jUderation the other aide of the quevtion, grid bs believed the law to be that aa jßsat. in such case aa Van A lea's, was not gsi!ty of embenlement. There was ao evidence to show fraudulent coaverstoa eitbin the meaning of the etatntea. There terng ao evidence to abow that the do* Imdsnt waa required to (emit a pacific •sns there appeared to be no crime com* Kitted, and therefore the defendant waa Merged. KEfKNTINO AT LEISURE. 4 •eeerted BastaM aad oa Aboadaaed WHO Issk Freedom. | Smll F. Navlet to another example of ptoi men who declare marriage a failure, Itod as a mease or getting peace he asked He »operior court yeeterday to grant him a divorce. The complaint aUegea that Mr. tod Mrs. Navlet were married at flea Frsncitco December 24, 1982, and have Jhed in Kiag couaty more thaa one year. !*»r alaaa the marriage, and especially Utoea October, IM, bo allegea that Mrs. pavlet haa been guilty of cruel treatment, the baa made life mlaarahle for him by spriling him vilaa aamea, throwing knivee «d forka at bis peraon, and mi various oo astona Mr. Navlet foaad bto home nsg. totsd and bto meals unprepared. To laks mattera won* Mra. Navlet. 1m says, apt company with persona of lit repute ad. although Mr. Navlet objected, Mra. svlet paid no attention to him. About larch i, mi, aha deserted htm to go to ftiifornta, where aha now reeidea. The lert to asked to grant a divorce aad such trther relief as may be just. One child, lossie M. Navlet, aged 10 years, to named i the sola issue of the marriage. Christine Jager yeaterday aued for a borce from Oeorge T. Jager, on the leond of cruel treatment. Bbe alleges tot they were married la Davison county, , D., and have two children, John C., |sd 7, and Faddy, aged 8. During the mt three yeare Mr. Jager, the complaiat plys. acted ia a cruel, harsh manner, and to various occaaiona threatened to kill H». jager with a knife. He atoo called llsr a "devil," aod hit her with his fists, 'la June, 1802, he aotd her out of house [lad hoiae and, taking hie eon John, die. appeared, bince then be baa not been IttJID HI BAD A lOCtgKKirßk, ia. Thomas' Dlseevery se ketsnlsi Home LMKI le'Diram. |She suit of Winnie F. Thomas, an pisriy and motherly-looking woman, for gttvoros from David Thomas, waa heard jpft night by Judge Humee, who, after ptsning to the slory of the applicant and fftrte witnessee, granted a decree. The pfmdsnt did not appear, and although pi state was repreaented no objections Hre interposed. There wae a studied attempt on the part if Mrs. Thomas to avoid saying any ;jMsg that would redeot on the morality of :lsr husband. She simply mentioned that ,*bsn a tie returned from a visit to England lbs found that Mr. Thomas had a house jlNpsr. The other witnesses said the had an awful reputation N»ilr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas have done [Bissicnary work in time past, bul Mr. [Thomas eeems to have tost all capacity foe puinesa. Alter Mrs. Tbomss found out things were she drew np an agrae* pint concerning tbe division of real [*Me. which was put In evidence. Mr. is ftt years old aad now Uvea at palmar heights. Kwtped the Ceete After AIL i C. P. Bishop, of Ballard, waa released (Pun tbe county Jail yesterday through corpus proceedings instituted be» fers Judge Humes late in the afternoon, lahvp had C. Letts aad K. Strople ar "steJ Ballard on the charge of grand prteny, end at a preliminary heering be ffcts Justice Webber it was held that the [•barge eaa frivolous. The defendants [Wrs dismissed and the costs of the action pjed to Bishop, who, it la claimed, re f*»d to jar them. The Justice then [tNsmitted Bishop to Jail, bat in his com* PHBent made technical errora which Judge Humee to order his release. ; whether a justice caa lawfully jad a man not raying costs tn auch a case is a die* Vkied question. Another Wsteb Thlvf Ceatistel. .John Lrner. who wee charged with aet» •fin conjunction with Jim Boras ta rob jgt A. Gartinkle of two watcbee. was fj*®d guilty in the superior court before Humee yesterday. Tbe Jary only [■oka few minutes to reach a verdict, iwt took the verdict in a matter-of-fact and was soon back la the steel wuh his friend Burns, who was fUiity Tuesday. | *• tiled t* Us'. Unjiiff signed an order yeeter- the petition of the guardian Anderson thai i» ta adviaabie to fasujit the north half of lot % Lake Pell FiiUou. sn! <*ct to a 12*0 mortgage, in nt of the l>a'.ance of indebtedness of Acaie Publishing Company. — -» | The i omplateeat Afcitst f ii.an.'harJ, the veriety hsll girl, is accuse I of stealing from **D»Lar?y m a Washington street iodg *t house." « t » in Judge Humee* court Fjpbllsrday ready for trial. the -1: o n, « uioh said that a letSsr ha.! |||* been jvcei red from DeLaacy aakin* tbe cam- would I* heard. Of course cou.i not ga to trial aad asked a ■i?! *•owMt torn to take a trip to Sea f. m ™* VM —I Wan in j to «U 'g U 21 *1? 1 *• to eoQect m am m in« July a, uhi vh Bled lathe superior eoort yesterday oa PVWere* the )a*tle* eoort, where too *?*• 9****. The para -« th y—*. *» in* » ncopt, ** D«wbn)'i loAMd hi faUfcr tbe debt, i« M tm4 nsevtteae* wT2S r L TO ** ** ****** - *«. »«tthq ho —««r mm what appears to too waeipt o weilwi too MM?. owns oes roaito Btsse aMaSsS?*stfsa iSTI JSr, oihTL!!iSi ■no i, f. Wiuler appear oa the baad. - <■ the eeperior court reoevor 912.000 aad to tercel oa WrteSVTt •Xi.TTlSff -J 11 * transferred Baebe^ler, y trustee, who in turn transferred the propety aad adie to Sdward A. Kelly. ■o« aoMs vaea TTbo followiag new cults were flled with too eterk of toe eapertor court yea. tenia v: - Navlet— Suit for divorce. Mm. H. B. Dewebary va. Joba B. Wright u5} W °" P roai »f oote. on appeal from Kelly va. Louie K. Roe*. J- Boee. Mary A. Fallows and B. Fallows—Suit to recover 912.000 with in tere*t at 7 per cent, cm promxeeory note from Jan aery 90. UW, aad attornev'e fees. Christine Jager ve. Oeorge T. Jager— Suit for divorce aad cuatody of abildcea. TBI BIOVTIB. ant earabtabbt—oeaoaw, i. Mike Markowita va. Seattle Coal and Iron Company—Continued to April 91 1* A. Or.fHth va. Max Baraeleto Con tlnued by agreement to April 17. D«olton, eerie ft Co. vs. Flrat United Presbyterian Church—Continued by agree ment to April U C. A p. 8. Ry. Ca Tt R. D. Wither etaL —Continued to May 4. O. firodek et eL va. O. W. Faraam—Ou trial. Daniel McNamara vs. P. Kirk—Judg. ment against surety on stay bond; aigned. xqcirr oaraßTaasT—labolbt. i. C. E. Cottlng va Rainier Ave. Ry. Co.— Continued to April 17. C. M. hiieafe, receiver, va. M. 8. GrafiTet al.—Decree for plaintiff Belle C. Smith va. Frank F. Smith—Con tinued to April Ml Louis Ralph et aL va. Joeeph Sitae etaL —Judgment slgaed. CBIBTBAL OBTASTKBBT—BTMia. J. State va John Lyner—Oullty aa charged. State va Nellie Bianchard—Urend Tar oeny. eontinued to Mar by 4 agreement. J. A. McKay vs. J. Carrere—Verdict for plaintiff in aum of 9M.6& W. F. Hays vs. L. Ingalla—J udgment for plaintiff in 904. Mam to Tbomaa va. David Thomas- Divorce granted. WlVßll A ©ASP OF DIATB. A Boy C«H*e Hear atraogttog ■lawelf to Trylsf aa Sapartasaat. Tbomaa Codnck, aged 14, came very near being strangled to death ia the baaement of bta parents' home at 719 Third street yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock. Phy sicians worked over him for several hours before hope of recovery waa eatertalned. Young Codnck, who attend* the Central school, earn* home after the close exer cises yesterday afternoon and for a time played abont the houee. He was cheerful and contented and had every reason to be so, for he was the idol of hta parsnts and what money oould purchase wee at his command. A short time before 4 o'clock Mrs. Cod rick sent Thomas to the oellar for soma wood. He did not return immediately and suddenly Mrs. Cod* rich waa startled by a groan, com. ing, apparently, from the basement. She hastened below, and to her horror and am asement saw the body of her son sus pended by the neck from a rafter. He was black in tbs face, and to all appearances dead. This, however, only seemed to nerve the heroic woman to exertions that would have been work for a man. How she did it would be hard lor her to tell, but alone and unassisted she raised the body high enough to be unable to untie the trunk-strap that was around tbe neck, then laid tbe body on the floor and ran for hela As she cams into the air and screamed for assistance. Orange Hadley, who waa about to walk home from the Opera saloon, heard her and ran to tbe bouse. W ben he reached tbe basement the boy's body lay stretched upon the floor and the dark ooior on his face had even reached his ears. The insensible lad was carried into the parlor, and when the biff dog which had been his constant companion saw him, he gave such a mournful howl that it seemed as if he had already learned how near his master was to death's door. Dr. 8. J. Holmes, l)r. Hall and Dr. Iterrrhill re sponded to the calls for medical skill, and they found before them a hard task ladeed. The combined ef forts of all had no effect toward resuscitation for sometime, but in the end the faint spark of life was fanned into action and tbe agoniasd parents were in formed that there was hope. At 7 o'clock the doctors bad brought the boy around to that point where tbe chances of recor* ery were in his favor. Bottles of hot water were placed about his body to overcome the chilP and hypodermic injections of morphine were given him to produce sleep. Late last night It waa ascertained that, although the boy had been very near death's door, hs would probably recover an less unforeseen complications should *Tbe suicide theory was advanced, but is denied by friends of the family, as no res eoe for eulcide existed. Seme think he merely began woudsring how it wouid seem to hsvs a rope arouud his neck and la making the trial went a step too far. At 12 o'clock last night the boy re gained consciousness and recognised his tether aad mothsr. Hs waa able to epeak for the time being, bat in nnswer to ques tions said hs did not remember anything about the hanging. At the time of going to press the attead ing physicians think there le a chance for young Cod rick's recovery. They think the strangling wss accidental. SSMkslI. Next Sunday the i*eettie Teamsters will play the opening game of the season with Company D at the Medieoa street grounds. Manager Belond.of the Tsamsters.is ready to accept any challenge from any team oa the Sound. One might as well try to stem tbs rapids of Niagara as to expect perfect health while a acrofti oas taint exists in the blood. Through its alterative aad parify lag properties Arer's 3afsapariUa removes every veetiffe of scrofulous poison from the blood. Pacific Carpet Company's mam f moth suctioa sale today at I:SX air. Priet'i Cream Bakiwg IBBMV Wsctrs Paw mghsst Mihl aa< DH>saM» TOTS SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER* THURSDAY. APRIL 12. mi. LEFT TO THE LAWYEB Sekool Board Acts on the Stai- Uti«B Dispvte. THt SOUTH SCHOOL SLIDES. -CoootiiM to Vte lalariM Nywtolwl»»ri lipiH. The con diet betweea the board of beoith aad the school board over the dry cfoeet eye tern came ap before the school beard at ita regular monthly meeting last night la the shape of another notice from Health O Acer Palmer. The notice stated tbet the dry clonal system In the Pacific echooi «« a nuisance, aad ordered ita abatement within two weeke by the eab etitutioo of a flushing syetem and connec tion with the newer. There waa but little discaesion of the matter, bat when it waa stated that Dr. P. B. M. Miliar bad called the system ex pensive, Mr. King aaid that tbe board of health bad nothing to do with the ex peaeeef theajstem; that the only ques tion vae whether the dry eioeet system was a nuiaaaco. Mr. Kiag moved to refer the matter to the attorney of the board, with inetructions to do what waa beet for the achools, aad the proposition waa car ried unanimously. ' City Engineer Thomson submitted his report oa tbe South school grounds which he had examined at tbe request of the board. One corner of the grounds bas several timee el id down hill and a stone wail, which ooat 99.00% hae proved in suAcient to retain it in place. Mr. Thom son finds that the building is on firm ground aad that it to only the filled por tion which slides do#n. He thinks the elope to altogether too Bleep aad reoom menda that it be aaade mora gradual hy using twenty feet of Weiier street, the earth to he retained by n wall of which he submitted a plan. Tbe report waa laid over for tbe time beiag. Bills amounting to 91.UL7S were al lowed. Tns bill of tbe Eureka Coal Com psny waa cut dowa from 9410.10 to 9372.8S because a part of the coal furnished was not of the grade contracted tor. On motion of Mr. King, the matter of fixing salaries for next year waa referred to a committee of the whole, a meeting to be held at the call of the chair before the next meeting of the board. The eecretary's report of expendlturee for Msrch was as follows: falari**, *lgbt weeks 13.81! 52 Ui*o*U*neuu* -jut C 3 Suppllm 131 M Fuel 83i 91 R«t 47 M K*p*ir>.. 74 90 Tetel t77.au Q& The report of Superintendent Barnard, giving the aummary of atteadance from the begiaatag of the ecbool year, Septem ber 11. to March 90, waa es follows: rffpfS| , SlfliffrnmllnlH ' III: eS-a—sziisSagggSg Bfift3gsss-.g«i%sis3i;ssl** < *" < p: aj-e. 13( ?S*S Mst I SgS it PJ3S_'' Vllhdrt s8>t8«»a«H8»llSISg> llSa3ss*#sßisfEisss.gs WT liiagMpiipiiFsiiiiß A «ars «toaaaco l Sr 2fc 22*aS«S9S2J5SS8SSS8 mim* oi» Tij»*<cini»«cip»«wy»at mo. Per cent SSSStSSSS3SSSBSSS£SB ofpuuo- »> «J |8 %l »l*l f> y*» ■>! *< «■! y 111*11 ty. f. —| No. »rhol BS®nss6 _rootn*. I" ft .5 # t bftS3 Ka i £ 11 5 ti t5*A *. pu <pla y «.»-««»ce»»Kmw to room. The oommlttee on education recom mended the following teachers for the pre ferred list, the superintendent to employ them as needed: Mrs. Elia Jordan, Mrs. Liuie Bray, Miss L. 11 or tense Ayers, Miss Anna I* Cole, Miss Amy B. Gardner, Mrs. Sarah P. Warren. Miss Maud Walker. PBSPABISQ roit TBI ROAD. Ball to Pay ladnatrlal Army Ki peases —Bailees for tbe Soldiere. The Industrial Army continues to grow and now numbers over 600 enrolled mem bers, among whom iivs companies have been organised. Elaborate preparations are going oa to raise funds »or tbs Journey to Washington City to «ive the presideut and congress oculsr evidence that some messures are needed to enable tbe thou ssnds of unsmploysd to earn a living. Meanwhile the men are fed on the dona tions ot the beneficent. The uss of ths Armory for a ball and en tertainment to raise funds for the expenses of the trip to tbe national capital has been secured for April 21, and ths printing of 5,000 ticksts has been ordered. These tickets will be sold at SO cents each, and Commander Bhspard hopes br this mesns and by public subscription pspers, which will be placed with a number of friends of ths movement, to raise enough money to pay for transportation and subsistence on the road. Meanwhile the men are being formed Into companies; duriug the next twojdays they will be supplied with badges and on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock they will parade the principal etreete, carrying a wh.te (lag aad the Stars and Ktrines and headed by a band. In the evening an open air meeting will be held in front of their headquarters at South Second and Welier streets. A fifth company or canton of forty RIM, under command of Capt. George Ormond, was formed yesterday, and a colored company of ths same number Is promised. Ths men will be arranged in com fames as fast as pcasible and when that work is completed only tboee en rolled and waving bad gee will be ad mitted to tbe headquarters. Contributions of food cams in liberally yesterday, the following being added to the regular givers: W. L. Livesley. $1; Seattle Market, one quarter of beef; T. tirabam, 10 pounds coffee; Prank Clancy, 100 pounds potatoes: Seetti* Grocery, i sack of potatoes; <E2 Jefferson aire?t (cams withheld by request), 25 loaves bread sod 10 pounds beef A. W. p per, 2 mors cooking boilers Tneee supplies enabled the officers to serve two meals, breakfast at 9 o'clock, consisting of coffee, neans and bread, and suffer at 4 30, consisting of breed, meat, t-otatoee and water Ths ms£t and potatoes were etewed together into whst is called Mulligan stew, "be csnee it goee farther that way," as « ommis aary Broen put it. Altogether 750 meals were served. Needy families were sup plied out of this bounty, one on South Fifth street receiving rice, potatoes ana Leaaa, aad oae oh South Nu»th being given WORKING GIRLS LN DANGER. Btoeh tor IsHsg Oeiti DeeUte the aerate ea Tired Bhame&rto-ToeaUeae a I—g War Og-Bse Besr Beof Well aad Btreato. ud'wtvea lf» aof toe nm*m ya»*w wsstlsg eat Bat Sewer etrnten*' Uvea" If Thomas Hood could hare looked fata one of the big retail stores to any dty with tbe eadiese streams of eager boyere and the pale-faced shopgirls behind tbe counters, be would bare included woaaea as we i as men in his appeal for more hu manity. In order that some may go finely clad aad have leisure, thousaadsof tired work log girls meet wear oat health, good looks and strength by long, clone hours in ofioes. behind monotonous store countera aad in factories. "Women," as Dr. Weir Mitchell SSTS, "are by physiological nature more liable to be nervous and thin-blooded than are men." It to a sad drawbsek la the fees of tbe outiee of lite that a very litUe emo tional disturbance, anxiety or nervoaa strain soAoee to overcome tbe woman as it doee oot the msn, and that the same cxcessss which make him Irritable make her nervous. The greatest friend tired, feeble women have today is I'slne'a celery compound, the remarkable discovery of Prof. Edward E. Phetps. M. D., LL.D, ol Dartmouth college. This greatest nerve regulator and blood purifier yet known is tbs mainstay of a great proportion of the homes through out the country where nervous weakness and feeb ones* have entered. Paiae'a cel. erv cdmpounu begins at once to rebuild this shattered nerves and nerve centers all over the body. It to the one great spring medicine, because it quickly removes im purities from the Mood; gives new life and vigor by filling every tinv ramifica tion of the bioi-d vesseia with rich red blood, capable of making healthy ussue. **Tue difference between the knowledge of today." says a well-known scientist, "and that possessed before Dr. Phelp*' atudiee of tbe nerve* aad their intimate connection with every prooesa in the body, to enormous. Dyspepsia, for example, to now ranked as a nervous disease, and, as In the case of other nervous weakuees, it to readily curable by attending cloaely to tbe nutrition of the nerve centers with Pause's ceiery compound. Diaaasaa of the kidneys, heart and the liver are cured in the aame radical way by providing abuadaatand appropriate nutrition for these psrts." "Not more food but better," to the watchword of tbe best medical skill—bet ter food for nerves and nerve centers. When the system is oompletely nourished tbetired-ont, run down feeling vanishes, and the craving of the nerves called nAi ralgia. rheumatism and heart trouble ceases. "There to one remedy deserving the name of spring medicine—that is Paine'a ceiery compound." said a very careful physician. Sick headache, sleeptoesnesa, mental oppression and lack of energy are cured by Paine's celery compound. It makes people welL rice, potatoes and beet A. W. Piper la atoo giving bread to six families. Tbe army to not, howsver, waiting for contributions tojeome in, but letters have been written to Fatrlck Hayes, William Cochrane, Frank Harris, B. B. Maple, M. M. Haddocks and J. Mats asking for nld in the shape of vegetablea or any other shape convenient to them. Many of the men need blankets, for 100 bometoaa ones slept at the headquarters on Tuesday Highland 125 last night, many Of thsm without aay covering except their clothes. A letter waa received yeeterday from a woman living on Third atreet offering to take charge of the children of any woman wishing to go out to work during the day aad to accept any small sunt they ami pay for the service. TBI CITY OOVIBSMIITT. ray Day Chssced «• the Twentieth of Xaek Mostlk—Water Collections. Bills against the city for general sup. plies will hereafter be paid on the 30th of each month. Salaries will continue to be paid on the 10th of the month. It is fonnd impossible to get all bills in and properly audited in time for the second regular meeting of the city council each month, and the members are fixed in their deter mination not to have special meeting* un less they are absolutely necessary. By changing the pay day to the 20th there need be no exceptions. Mayor Phelpe called a special meeting of the ooundi for Friday night, but at the request of several members of that body revoked the order and the date of payment was changed. On Tuesday the largest amount ever col lected by the water office in one day was taken in. Over 91.400 was paid for water rent. A new system has been adopted by City Treasurer Atkinson by which the total payment made every day ont of each fund will be sbown on one sheet. Within a few day* the fire department headquarters will be equipped with a eet of record books, which Chief A. B. Hunt has long been asking for. At preeent there is nothing to show in what manner the $15,000 annually appropriated for the maintenance of the department property has been expended, and when it becomee necessary to make estimates for future appropriations or to scan the expenditures on particular items there Is no data upon which to make calculations. The new records will show in detail the amount ex pended by each company for every par ticular item of feed, fuel, repairs, etc., and from this record monthly reports will be made to the board of public works. Seventeen days have now elapsed since a fire alarm was turned in. The board of health has granted an ex tension of two weeks' time to the board of education in which to comroeucv the work of substituting the flush closet system for the dry cloeet one at the Pacific school. M««tls| ss the Drainage bitch. All members of the committee having under consideration the proposed drainage of Lake Washington snd adjacent terri tory are hereby notified that a meeting of said committee will be held in the Cham ber of Commerce rooms at 2 o'clock p. m. Saturday, April 1< for the consideration of reports from the sub-cornnutteea. All citiiens of King county interested in this movement in tirntitlj invited to meet wuh at ud asaiat as In oar andsr- Uking. feincereiy yoars, F. A. TwirHttu, D. R. MRKI*I AT, O. F. W.-UU*, Chairmen oi Mib-Committesa. Seettls. April 10, M«* Trail K^ii^ntat The North We*»era United '—'nf Mlsisiii o »* aod St Paul every Say la the year for Chi 'a*o rarrlee the Suae* railroad ear* which ths world baa ever eeea. Tbey are reepectivaly s bnfftt, tmoSioc aad library ear, s double atate* rooaa car, s drawitf-room ear, s dta in* ear and a private compartment sleep ing ear. It took longer to daatra thaea ears tftaa v> build than, » tawh atta uon waa r *«ti to t-# d*u*iia PlaUch ra* end haated hr •u«n. The wheels are thirty-six iaehsa la da meter and oI Krupp rtaai. taeh car Saa the aati te'.aeroping daviae and every other faatara Sea gaei to iaeraaae the •a-'etyof travel The etepa, railinga. guarda, *»«., are el. of aclsd braaa hishir po iihwL w han yoa trartt he aura your Uetata reed via the North-Waetara. harm* la tbe above car* at tha aerse rataa of aa ordinary aieepar. T. W. farcar. Pugat awa4 agaat, UI Cherry a treat, Saattla F.fteen ever-blooming roses for fl* Waahington Floral Comtanjr. Dr. Price's Craw BiUiif rnaiw Most Meet Mate. FOR GOOD OF THE ORDER ALL OF HE THOUSANDS W WORKMEN c —v Should know what we are doing in oar Mean Departments. The people of Seattle are unanimous in saying that we offer the greatest values in Clothing and Men's Furnish ings ever known in this city. We are offering latest styles in Clothing, Hats and Fur nishings at prices which are fairly sensational. Yon never had a chance to buy so cheaply. DON'T 60 HOME UNTIL YOU S£E THESE: : : ; : : : : The Great $l5O Work Suits. The Fine $lO Business Suits. The Elegant sls Business Suits. The Tailor-Made sl7 and $lB Snits. The Special $3 Pantaloons. The Pantaloons at $1.50. The Fine $5 Dress Pantaloons. The Stiff Hats at 98c. The Soft or Stiff Hats at $2.50. The 50c and 75c Laundered Shirts. The 39c Unlaundered Shirts. The 10c Silk Windsor Ties. The 19c Teck and 25c Four-in-Hand Ties. The 5c and 10c White Lawn Bows. The 15c 4-ply Linen Cuffs. The 8c 4-ply Linen Collara. The Boys' Knee Pants at 23c. The Boys' 98c Long Pantaloons. The Boys' $2.98 2-piece Suits. The Boys' $1.50 Long Pantaloon Suits. YOU HAVE NEVER HAD Such values as these. What we mention are only a few of the hundreds of great bar gains. No shoddy goods; every article is of known quality and is fully guaranteed to be exactly as represented. TIE Mill4SOlMld CO. Nos. 717, 719, 721 and 723 Front St. A GREAT REPUTATION. Tfcst Is Substantiate by r.lUwlni ladorsemaati No physician has ever jet gained the reputation that Dr. Darrin has obtained throughout the North we* t by hia wonder ful core*. We are constantly receiving testimonial* which speak highly of his skill. As an example we eeieot tbe fol lowing: Mr. Editor—Sir: I have been under Dr. Darrin'e electric treatment for liver and kidney cmplaint and various other trouble?. I had become verr fleshy and was reduced eighteen pounds. In nearly all respects I in cured. Refer to me at Freeport, Wash. L P. SMITH. Dr. Darrin cures permanently all dis eases of the genito-urinary organs, in either sex, such as Lose of Manhood, Syphilis, Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Spermatorrheai, Femiual Weakness and Loss of Sexual Power in man or woman, and successfully treats ait peculiar Female Troubles, Leucorrhosa, Di-placements, etc. He makes a specialty or ah diseases of Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat, Catarrh and Deafness, as well as Acute, Chronic and Nervous Diseases of whatever nature, if curable. No cases taken if not. Dr. Darrin can be consulted free at Hotel Stevens, comer Front and Marion streets, Seattle, Wash. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily. Sundays, II a. m. to 2p. m. Charges low and reasonable ac cording to circumstances and ability to pay. Most cases can be treated at home alter one visit to the doctor's office. Cir culars and question blanks eent free. In quiries answered. CANADIAN V?ACIFIC KV SOO--. PACIFIC ROUTE. 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