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mhV BE COHMDBBUD O* THIRS DAY *EXT. Chandler W ill In»l»( on Contlnnons jlrgimpnt I ntll It In Dl.po.ed Of .Bill <® rrfiil* School* of ■lac* > n ,h « n liferent States. WASHINGTON, Mny 10.—In the senate (nday the case Involving the seat of Mr. ojj.lt, of Montana, was postponed unt)l tat Tueaday Mr. Chandler Rave notice tDit at that time he would insist that thf case continuously considered, to ilu «xdu»lon of all other business, giwnll announced that he should object to tblt. Oelllnger addressed the senate at length on thl« resolution, declaring that "the prm»nt phenomenal prosperity of the couatry Is due to the policy of protec tion a» embodied In the Dlnjley tariff b«r." X eoncurrent resolution offered by rer uns, of California, calling upon the sec retary of war for a detailed plan for the hiprov«m»nt o< Oakland harbor, Califor nia, was adopted. Hoar offered a resolution, which was -fared, directing the committee on for rifn relations to inquire whether Ameri ca dtliens are obliged to obtain pass port, or other license or to pay any fees for permission to pass from the Hawaiian Ulaiuli 1 to the I'nltcid States or from any «srt of the United States to the Ha waiian Islands, or to make any payment o< Bionev to secure the privilege of land ing In the Islands, and whether It Is ex pSti-nt 'hat such relations be longer eMtlnued. me loimwlng bills were passed: For the relief of settlers, under the public KM) laws, on land within the Indemnity Unit* of the grant to the NorttM'rn Pa cific Railroad cothpnriy; to pay Mary A g«lft 112,000, one year'* wnlary of her hus tud, John F Swift, wfao died while arrlnii as United Rimes minister to Japan; appropriating 11.500.000 for the auction of a public bttlKllng at San Fran- CIWO and apprdprlatlng $1,250,000 for a public building at New Orleans A long discussion was precipitated over l bill to apply a portion of the proceeds of the sale of the public lands to the en rolment, support and maintenance of KbMls or departments of mining and Brilllupgy In the several states and ter ritories lft connection with the colleges fur tSe benefit of agriculture and the Mcbantfal arts, each college to receive MiW) for the year 1901 and SI,OOO addi tional each succeeding year until the tatunt received by each college shall be HMOO annually. It was pointed out that the measure appropriates SROO.OOO for the lint year and s7W.(ioo annually at the end of Ive years. Flatr. of Connecticut objected to the fMMfft of the measure, desiring that It lko«l>l he considered further. Bdlogles on the late Representative Uairi. of Louisiana, concluded the ses 4m, an| at 4:15 p. m the senate, as a farther mark of respect, adjourned. IN THE HOUSE. (Mwfarri of North Carolina I'meat t4 la Favor of Prarton hy m, Narrow Majority. WJIftKNOTON, May 10—The house to Itf. hy a very narrow margin of two mm, unseated Mr. Crawford, of North CWuUna. a IVmofrit, and seated | n his MMr, Pearaop, of North Carolina H« It the third Republican to he seated hy tie presen' house The minority resolu tion declaring the sitting mtmler entitled to tba neat was defeated hy one vote. Kr JtrV a Pennsylvania Republican, ttM wltn the l>eniocrats on l«rth roil oalli On the first vote fifteen Republti.- imwrr absent and unpaired, and on the WMiri twelve were ahsont and unpaired. Bahre the consideration of the Pearson Olc Jfre Displaying iOif A handsome assortment of Spring and Summer \Vt arables in MENS BUSINESS SUITS This s* a? n Plenty of Series in various weights, comfortable 1. Homespuns. stylish Tweods and Che\;s, all iuaclo in Round Cut >aok.-, SIO.OO. $12.50. $15.00 to SIB.OO. The buyer is always insured of a perfect fit here. We also have n sale a splendid line of Combination Suits—i. 0., two i airs of trousers, one for street wear, the other for bicycle use. 800-802 IIKSI K\., COR. COLIMBU ST. ONE POUND OF Fine Stationery Containing 60 SHEETS *nd SO ENVELOPES For 25 Cents. Co*. M and Colombia. T«l. Mils M. *~ra,^ contested election case waa re sumed the house adopted the following resolution, reported by the foreign affairs committee In lieu of the resolution Intro .R? 1 h> ' Kahn of California: Ttesolved, That the secretary of the treasury be requeued to furnish the house, if not Uieompatlble with the ptfbllc Inter ests, all Information In possession of the treasury In relation to the Immigration of Jurwinese laborers during the last two years; what the probabilities are as to ."uch Immigration for the ensuing year; wh<vt methods have been taken to enforce the laws excluding contract laborers by the return of ctilnese lat>orers and trfe punishment of those unlawfully making contracts for Japanese laborers." TTie debate on the election contest was then resumed, and Pearson, the const ant. was flven fifty minutes In which to address the houise In his own behalf. Mr. Crawford, the sitting mpmlter. de nied the charges of fraud made by Peer son. and said that prior to this election no man had ever charged fraud In the Ninth North Caroline district. A vote was taken on the minority reso lution declaring Mr. Crawford entitled to retain his seat. It was lo«* by \2fi to 12*. and later Mr. Fitzgerald withdrew his vote, saying he was paired and had vot ed under a misapprehension. The major ity resolution was then adopted. 129 to 127. At 4 30 the house adjourned. rRAIDS WILL BE PROBED. The Government Very Moch In Earnest In the \oely Matter. WASHINGTON, May 10.—Attorney Gen eral Griggs, the secretary of war and the postmaster general had a conference to day with the president in the case of freely. The president and members of the cabinet are very much in earnest In this matter, and It is said not a moment's time will be lost In bringing Neely to trial It is stated an application will be made to Gov. Roosevelt at once for his extradition, and officials think It will be granted Imme diately. It Is expected Neely's counsel will stout ly contest his extradition, but It Is said that Attorney General Griggs will himself conduct the case, and confidence is ex pressed that the prisoner will soon find rlm«e|f in Havana. It Is said to be the purpose of the gov ernment to probe the alleged Irregularities in the Cuban postal affairs to the bottom and promptly bring the guilty parties to Justice. lew Auditor of Pspsl Legation. WAHHINOTON, May 10.—The new au ditor of the paper l»Bnllon, R"v. Dr. Fran flu Marchettl, arrived In thin city from Homo today. Archhlshop Martlnelll and Rev. Dr. Rooker, secretary of the legation, left Washington today far Portland. Or. MRr Martlnelll stated that he Is going West to fulfill a promise made hy him to the new nrchblahop of Oregon, Dr. Alex Christie, who desires to receive the pal lium, or badge of rank, dlrert from tils hands. New Mill Starts Hannlni. Spec'al THspntch to the Po»t-Intalllg<*ncer. SKI>RO WOOIJUTT, May 10 —Hlghtower Rros ' mill has been set up and Is now In working order at Ito new location along the Seattle A Northern tnuic. east of town The Mnn hao started on Its contract to supply all ties and timbers for the rail way extension to Bank. THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. SI. IMS' Bit W SIB. GOV. STEPHENS ATTEMPTS TO SET TLE TROIBLE. A Conference of Several Honrs Ac complishes Nothing —A Young Woman Killed by a Hrlck Thrown at Passing Street Car by tne Mob. T- May 10.—The feature of the day In the (Treat street railway strike was the conference between Gov. Stephens, the members of the executive committee of the local Street Railway Employes' Association, and the officers and attor neys of the Transit company, called for the purpose of ascertaining if some sort of an amicable understanding could not be arrived at to end hostilities. The con ference lasted for several hours, but at its conclusion '.Jov. Stephens announced that nothing had boen accomplished. The Suburban Company operated Its sys tem under police protection during the entire day without. Interference, ana was patronixed liberally by the public. The Transit (Company ran two cars over one branch of lt.« system, but attempted to carry no passengers. Young Wtmas Killed. Another fatality as a result of the strike wIH be recorded tonlßht. As Flora Siegfried, a young- woman, was crossing Washing-ton jrtreet, carrying an Infant In her arms, she was hit on the head with a orlrk that hnd been hurled at a parsing caj- on the Suburtpan system. Iter skull w-ns fractured, and she died shortly after being- carried to the city hospital. ' After the conference between Gov Ste phens and the president of the board It was decided to apply for warrants for the arrest of the strike leaders for Interfer ing with the operation of the Transit Company's line. Strike on East St. l,ouls I,lnc. The street car men of the Rast 9t. L*>uto line struck- this afternoon. They liegnn leaving their cars at 4:30, and the com pany was trying- then to get other men to take them out. No trouble had happened i»p to 5 o'clock Car Repairers Strike BUFFALO, N. Y., May 10.—Two hundred and seventy-five car repairers of the Le high Valley road have struck In sympathy with the men already out. THI'RSTOX COt'*TY FRI'IT CROP. Earljr Fruits and Pranrs Bad IT Hurt, hat l.ate Apples Hot. f»T»c «l Dispatch to the P'mt-Intelllgencer. OI.YMPIA, May 10.—A gentleman who Is Interested in fruit-raising In this county has investigated the effect of the recent frofrta on the crop of 19fi0. Yesterdav In spe«klni of the matter, he said: "The frosts affected the strawberry crop to a great degree, and the result will be that Thttrston county will have but half a crop. Prunes bark from the salt water were badly affected, and the crop In those localities Will be very light Along the Sound there will be a [<artl.il crop of prunes, for the reason that the fro»ts did not tki so much damage a-s away from salt water. "Early apples In this country are hadlv hurt. Late apples, such as the Northern Bpry, Ben Davla ajid 9pltzent>erg. w!U vleld an ample aupply. There will I*, a partial crop of cherries, ;i full crop of pears, and late berries will ha all rlitht." RDMONDS IS STILL MISSING. Griffith Darin Makes Frnltleaa Trip to North Yakima. Special PlapHtoh to the Pnst-Tntellfgeiioer NORTH YAKTMA, May 10.-Orlfflth le vies. or Seattle, who cajne here this af ternoon In search of his friend, the miss lfig Bdmonda, will return In the morning without having learned anything further B tittle Arithmetic ®N January 1, let us say, Mrs. "A" buys for her boy a suit of clothes from the "cheap store/' as she calls it, at $2.00. One February 25 she buys another at $1.50. On March 28 she is compelled to buy another, and she con cludes to pay a little more, to see if it pays. She expends $3.00 this time. July 1 she finds she is compelled to buy again. This time she brings her boy down to our store, calls for the suit "we brag so much about." She pays four ($4.00) dollars, and she finds the boy wore this suit up to the end of January. How much would she have saved had she bought only two such suits during the year as she bought on July 1? When you come to trade here ask salesmen to show you / A \A\ our big yl#p 54.00 jl IJ ■■■ 10 ••• ff lL $4.5# - Values in Knee Pants Suits for Boys, ages t> to 16. A. Sfyvc, 800-802 fIRST AV., COR. COLUMBIA SI. We Make Our Own Ice Cream Special for our table use. We have the finest assortment in the fclty of all kinds of plain and fancy cakes. For your Sunday breakfast, try some of our genuine Boston Baked Beans and Brown Bread. UNION BAKERY. No. 1413 Second Avenue. Tele phone, Green 261. than was wired the Post-Intellifrenoer last night as to the ptory of Frank Rlan chard. Mr. Davles has visited all the ho tels and lodftfng 1 houses and has had Mar shal Grant at work on the case this aft ernoon, He does not believe the man Blanchard met was Edmonds. DKKIAS M. ROSS DEAD. find I.lvcd In Tils Puyallup Home for Thirty-Six Yearn. Special Dispatch to the Port-Intelligencer PT'YALI<I* P. May 10.-Derias M Ross, a well known pioneer, died yesterday at his home, two miles west of Puyallup, aged 76 years. Mr. Ross was a native of Pennsylvania and crossed the plains to Oregon with his family In I#Rl, where they resided for a number of years, coming to Washington in 1*63 He has lived thirty-six years In the home where he died. A widow and four children survive him. apodal Flection Ordered Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer. CENTRAL.IA, May 10 -The city council has passed a resolution calling for an election to be held submitting to the voters a proposition to Incur an additional debt of $1,500 to purchase a new incan descent light dynamo, the one now in use being too small. It requires a three fifths vote to carry, but there seems to be little or no opposition to the matter. The $1,500 is to be paid from profits de rived from the plant. tfew Bond Instruments Received. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer. HOQCIAM, May 10.-The Hoqulam band boys are now feeling their best over the recent arrival of a new set of band in struments. Jamea Connors recently raised by popular subscription ssr»a with which to pyrchase thirteen new instru ments. making a total of eighteen pieces. The Hoqulam band lias long been con ceded to be the best in Chehalis county, and for the past three years hu been under the able leadership of Prof. Dun ning. Box Factory Itenrly Completed. Special Dispatch to the Post-Tntelliirencer. HOQCIAM. Mny 10.—The new box plant of the Panel Folding and Box Company Is now complete and awaiting machinery from the East, which was once shipped but unfortunately met with a railroad accident and was so badly damaged that it was returned to the manufacturer for repairs. The plant will be in operation in about two weeks and will employ about 150 men. Sawmill bearing Completion. Bpec'al Dtepwtch to the TV*?»t-I nt elllgrencer. SKI»Ro-\vnoT.,l JOY. May 10 H. I) Mlnkler's new sawmill. at>out six mile* east of town. 1* lielntr pushed to comple tion as fa At a* will permit. It It* mn-m conveniently* situated alongside of th« battle A Northern railway, where adequate platform room will t>e provide-! for l<Wuilnjr liiml*>r on oars. The mill will have a capacity of 50,000 feet daily. Font Crushed by locomotive. Special Dispatch to the Post-TntelH«encer. KI-LENBBTTHO. May 10.—A M. Van Lake, while switching In the yards here this morning. caught by an engine, and or.* foot was so badly crushed that It had to be amputated. He Is a veteran railroad man. 'TO>K, *\NFORO A UNB. STOSFE. SASTFORD A I.AMR. STOHK. STSFORD .* THESE WILL MAKE FRIDAY INTERESTING. IT IS THE BARGAIN FRIDAY YOU'VE LEARNED TO T.OOTC FOR. • ~ ~ "*77 ~ News for Men. : Kid Gloves Iridav and Satur4n>. Thirteen special itemi in our • SILKS. J Just one item—but almost as men's department worthy of • Vr offer for Friday and Saturday I interesting as a dozen. your consideration: • OF • K,N GLOVES, AN site*. riser. m «- wm rnrn-N Y UNEv ro., J SI.OO SILKS at. V a«t. WUO . « an 3 cts pi<r an^B^ u :^ y .. a, .:.L 65cts MEN'S FOT'R-PI.T LINEN COL- Ladies' Underwear - I.ARS. nearly all Q WIIWI WMI . We've gone through the en- Notion News for Friday. MENS AUv LINEN 4 A < « « ci'FFS IVCIS J J tifC stock; selected and marked Little things, but interesting MEN'S IfINE TIES, In puff*, these t ARRASENE and CHENILLE, In <lir four-in-hands and teckt, OR _ far*nt rninp« m J worth 50c fit) CIS LADIES' BALBRIGOAN VESTS, hlKh v,„A,"h ft ft* «, , _ and low neck, short sleeves and h " *' l * MENS MNE SILK TIES. In puffs, sleeveless; also Jersey Ribbed Vests. WHITE HOOKS and i four-ln-hand» and tecks, S A £ hlßh and low neck, short sleeves EYES, 3 cards for . . I worth 25c 1.7 1.19 and sleeveless, worth !sc, fA f . MOHAIR SKIRT BINDING, with MEN'S WORKING i Q at 1 U * ,|J » corded edge, tn white and Q SHIRTS, worth SSc I«f tl9 LADIES' FINE JERSEY RIBBED- * rfty onl >'' >'» rd ••• »MS WORKI Vn aj. . \ ESTB, low. sQuare, V-shaped. Best Quality KNITTING SILK. In SHIHTB m. h 71. ,|jl f|S round or hlsh neck, long, short or win* color and brown only, -*ere »c ■ worln ,BC " sleeveless, silk trimmed, i•< ... a spool, now. f B MEN' S COTTON and WOOL OVER- worth 25c, at I f US spool It) (.15 SHIRTS, worth SO CtS LADIES' FINE SILK and LISLE Small-slae SAFETY PINS, H .A- MIXED or LIBLK VESTS, low, "hlle only, i doien for 3MS MEN'S MUSLIN NIGHT SHIRTS, Bquare, V-shaped or round necks and NICKEL SAFETY I'INS, A ... with fancy trimming. Of| SIPPVPI,.!.,, „nk trimmrrt. In ecru and doaen Sc. Sc and *• LIS worth 50c Wa fancy shades, worth Mc. ! BHEI.I. HAIRPINS, were Me, 15c Jrto A few odd slaes MEN'S WHITE at Cs9 MS and '.T.c doaen, now, H 1 BH,RTB ' A 6' LADIES' FINE JERSEY RIBBED I do,, ' n ® Cl# i!i .... 30 cto VSSSJTSS' JSUtL T. \ , r ¥, l ;i"S; IS ?. ,NDSOI ' IScts """• """ a9c,s Children's Things. MirKT'S T'wt ii'KnPßii'n aa . IiADIES EXTRA irEA\ Y BI* _ . _ SHlßTS, 'worth srtr ' 39 CtS PANTS, worth 29 CtS Friday items for the chil- Thrfo doien MEN S COLORED BAL- \ ' ' *' i dren. BRIGOAN SHIRTS, size OA />#*> LADIES FINE LISLE PANTS, kne<» J 34 only, worth 75c 0%9 \>lO length, worth ROc, fU CHILDREN'S GARDEN TI/ATS of J plaited brim*. finished with bow Corsets for Friday. Ribbons for Fridav ' 5 cts .. f , . - nißWiia iui rnady. , CHILDREN'S GARDEN HATS ot Well known makes ot Corsets <-|nch TAFFETA RIBBONS. In all 1 ' ,|nk " nJ xvhll « barred lawn, lam —marked special. y«d r8 :..!". ,uf1 .. 40c, .. B !!* c .' al : 29 cts j brim* . 15 cts DR. WAITER S and ROYAI, WOR- i.i n ch LfPK STRIPF WASH niH- CM LV. I), J, S ,)A . RI ' KN of I'ESTEK W. C. CORSETS, one BONS all silk value 4'V 411 white I. K, can be la,in- |Cff small lot of the «.00. ».!5, CI )S yard 29 CtS i d^ro,, • cr " wn 12.60 style, for «|||69 1 * ' CHILDREN'H BCN BONNETS of DR WARNER'S and ROYAL WOR- IH-lnoh RIBBON. Persian pattern, white P. K.. flnlahed with |R|>fs ("ESTER W. C. C. CORSETS, slcea value 20e, special. |(• braid 19 MS from 24 to 3«-lnch waist measure, >' ar<l ■ «*«»«( INFANTS' BARRED SWISS CAI'B, the 11.60, 1t.75. $1.25 kind, ■»(" 2H-lnch BLACK Dot'RLE-FACED ! nnlshed fancy pi. med B ,4. for I*3 v|s SATIN HIBHON, valu« | Q rurhlnK. w hito only VIS One lot of CORSETS. and 240 >' l,rd - *l> eclal . >» rrt ■" MS INFANTS' CAPS of FAILLE SILK. BPMMER CORSETS and DRILL J-lnch BLACK DOC BUG- PACED ! finished with ruchln* and rosette CORSETS, some sl.2> val- SATIN RIBBON, value fgl and tl«»a, plain and «m --ties in the lot, for t|9 22c, special, yard IU v|9 ) broldered . U t|s I ; I UOLD FIHI'Dd IX WATSOFPa VALLBY. Drpoilta Found In Beds of lAltea Kmr I nrlboo. VICTOR! A. B. C.. May 10.— J. 11. Blck nall, of Dawson, haw juat arrived over lh« bre-aklng Icm ~n nineteen days. He .-•ays the river and lakes are very soft, but 1t will V*> fifteen days before they break. On the hlghwaj out he saw a horse io> through which was carrying aw ounces of gold dtwt. News Is given hy l'.lkimll of new gold fields In Watson's valley, not far from Cariboo, where the White T'aws Ik Yukon Railway Company is lowering a scries of small lakes hy itting outlets In gulches. Pine gold- Scaring sand has been Cound In the bed* of the lake#, and there will tie a stampede there. CANADIAN BAJIK» HETAUATB. Impose J.nrße lllioottßt on I'slted Htntr Hank Notes. Special Dispatch to the Poat-lntelllgenceir. VAXi'OrvKR. B. C. May 10.-The bank- of Vancouver and Victoria hav« practically derided to Impose a discount • f lit nr 20 rents on the dollar for l'nlted States bank notes, as a retaliatory meas ure to what Is done In Seattle and other cities. The matter will be Anally settled at a bankers' meeting next week. Needle Kitrnrted After 14 Years. gpec'nl IHsjviich to the Post-Intelligencer. *ra>RO-WOOt.l .BY. Mai W A few days n«<> a needle was extracted from the right .in of Resale McCllmnns. whose narents re-ide near the Rl\ erwide ferry, four miles fi m here Fourteen year* ago the young grl ac< I dentally a needle, and luring all this time she has frequently ~Vf. rlenced pain in he r right side. In her shoulder, and recently In her arm, which at times was quite lame. Mills Henily to t'lose. . ,| !>,<- it ■'! to the -Inielligenrer. SKDBO.WOOIJ.F.Y May 10 Th- shln cl. mil's of Skagit, What. m. Snohomish i d other <i.untie* will <1 s • for two we- ks when iwjueated to by the state associa te n The big mills have agreed to cur tail thilr output to an extent that Is sat lefa torv to 'he smaller mill*. The »hut> I down will pratablf I** ordered May 12. NKW MIFT-XO!IK PHOJBrTII.It. Inventor .lolmson Ksplalaa l'rlnrl ple of lis \etlon. NEW YORK May Irt— Janes W John -1 - n. member >f the firm < f ls*a~ J John | son' A Co.. of Spuyten Duyville. Inventors of the Johnson soft-nose shell, exp.alnel j lust til*h: how the soft steel cap enable* a projectile to nlerce armor elate. I think." said Mr John* m. "that the j action cf the soft steel cap may he Illus trated by a •» nt le experlmen' If you I would try to drive a single nail t.irou/h j , piece of sheet Iron, the nad would bend I Hut If ylu Ir»t drive a najl through a : j.|e<-« of hard wood It will >x nelra.e the I sheet Iron The soft n «e. In other word*, prevent* the pr J- tile from glancing off Its whole i force concentrated at the point In one ' >f the tests ma le at India l Ileal we fired [ a projectile at "he armor plate at an angle ! of 21 degrees No sooner had the soft nose ' < -ached the p ate than the projectile turne 1 at a right angle to the plate and pene trated It The cap or *ift now acts j as a kind of lubricant to the shell." Montesano National (lank. Skvda] T>ls!«tch to the Post-Intelligencer. WASHINGTON. I> C May in The I comptroller of the currency today granted authority to organize the Montesano National Tiutk, of Montewano, with a cap ital The officers are F T«. . - a rr. Kldrl lge Wheeler. Thomas Morgan. H B Marry and H. B. Kesters n. A. nr.* Assistant Surgeon William M. Hendricks n t* S. A., now at Skaeway, Is ordered back to San Francisco. RFD Raven Splits Monogram whisky. Schlltz Milwaukee beer, wholesale and re : tall at Iluggtrly *, 198 Second avenue i Muth. PIANOS Thlrly-flre different makea. New (iluwm at prtraa neter heard of before. Small I'pright H Small Square StS New Chkkering $271 | A 9 TO ENVIOUB COMPETITORS We here aold over POO Ileitis l*iano« In thU atata and we are alwara ready to refund all money paid . for any Heine I'tanoa aold, 11 l'iauo la not aatiafao» j tor? aa guaranteed. HEINE Piano (o, cor. U and Mriison. NOME FREIGHTERS. On account of the »oft sand you munt have a wlde-tlre »Mun to do business. We have got them, \V! !.• Mr- 1* • f Kxoelstnr CJold Rocker*. Indorsed 1)/ all Tukon miner*. PICIfIC WAGON COMPANY. "Ml** lelapkoiif M ML I LIGHT FIXTURES $15,000 worth at spo ; cial prices during May. Cornbinution and electric flxturos at 25 per cent, discount from regular prices. Gas fix- I tures at 50 per cent, dis count. rtORIDWESIfIXIURECO.. 10IS First A»enue. CrtX^X>C"XXX^OO<>>>>>vwOC<iOOiC«D l LIj MP \ | OR NUT— There Is *onc Other X So (iooU as V GILMAN COAL i NOIEL BUTLER +*+*++* l Mmmtxiw CAFE AND + •• Ur*«i .ud GRILL J Flr.i-Lla.. KOQM I i i Eiroptu jpj CON- T ; ; Pimm Hotel. NECTION. 1 I »»I nil Im I 111 IHHHi l M I For Home Builders LOTS IN SQUIRE PARK $700.00 We will sell to Actual home builders until twenty-five lots are sold the chociest lots on 18th and 19th Aves. Lots all level, streets graded, shade trees planted. Call I Hill IUEII CO. Koom A Mactllc Block IIIIPHOW M*M ill. PftflMTS 4 <° 01 IS NELLE ft "II ENGELBRECHT 82-B4 COLUMBIA STR-j] mmmi% n iDjonneuif?© OJf I , TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI llAfl AM Burton U Opens AA] ror I hlghth If | - U 'X' 12th. V/vLLLUL A Bo«rdl»f fcciaool fur %o «o« Uidlea, ¥«o»I *•» mmk 1 An; the rtt*. f-M from ell luila fbt-m to Intellectual. auural to 4 pfcjdral dattloimeuL OMtra <o Salt ntnQ +af Of all cc'.legUte tnl preparatory c»l«. Heme li/* beautiful and healthful loe» tiMi MILITARY GOVERNMENT Term t Meat ion to tfce preeldenL A. t. JUACS. I'k. Li., WM^ s