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ENGINEERS HARD ft! IRK. DATA OX CRT) Alt RIVKR WATER EXTEXSIO* CASE. City RnKln*.r Tliomnon Th.re Han Kern \o I>elay In th,- Matter —Fact. nplnsc Collfrtfil for t»« of the Corporation City Engineer Thomson «ays there has been no delay In the extension of the Ce dar river water system, as Implied In the resolutions passed by the Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday. He says that no one knew prior to the city election whether the condemnation and purchase of the necessary lands wonld bo author ized. Blu<-e that time as many members of the engineering force as aro available have been busy working on the required classi fication and compiling of data for the cor poration counsel's use. The latter can make no move in the matter until he Is furnished with the necessary Information. The city engineering force is being worked to Its highest limit, but owln« to the pres ent rush will not have the data prepared before tho end of next week. The property in question numbers many thousands of acres, and runs from the city's property and the present point of Intake, near Clifford's bridge, up to and around Cedar lake. About 40 per cent, of the land belong, to the Northern I'aciflc railway, and the rest is In the hands of private Individuals. About 30 per cent, of the latter has never been patented, al though occupied by squatters for a num ber of years. It will probably be late In the fall before a judgment can be entered in court as a result of legal proceedings Corporation Counsel W. 13. Humphrey says that it will take alnety days for him to bring the af fair to an Issue after he is furnished with a description of the lands and data by the olty engineer Tho summonses must be published for sixty days, and other mat ters, such as the abstracting, will take considerable time . ... _ "1 am glad to see so much Interest being taken in the new water system." said City Kiurincer Thomson yesterday, "but the delay has only been apparent. e are d °'v^hcn r fce 1 get our descriptions and data." said THr. Humphrey, "from the en gineer's office wo shall proceed immedi ately to act in the matter." YUKON ICE BREAKING UP. Utl Men to Tome Out From n«w«o« Thl« UriHon Itesi'li Hmttle— Tlielr Story. The mlffhty old Yukon, the miners' high way ilurlnK winter to the Klondike g"ola Acrid*, Is lrreaklng- uip. rt will. If It Is not now, soon 1» fre® of Ice, whloh la *« rot ten that the Northwest mounted pollen lart Friday prohibited navigation on l4ike li»nnett. . News of the threatened breakup came limt ilight from IJuii Harklns and K. H. Clear, two City of SeaiU* pmwermer* from lKvwn. They ara probably the liu"t men to K«-t out tills seaaou over the lot Mr. llarkln* ha» the distinction of being on« of the very first men to coma out over the Ire lust fail. Twelve day* from f>aw>' th® Urn. made t»y Moasra. Harklns and cfaar They left L>awson April 22. and WRlk.-d every foot of the way. They re jwri that nearly aJI lh» rrwdhouaen ara preparing to <4oae, that several oaitiu ex peditions ware met on the trail, and Uwt two mail pa.rti«a were met bjund in. Mr. Clffu' eft i<l: "Win river !* open from Thirty-Mile to NUk 'me at earner Floreno* ft. waa to Jiave left th« foot of ljiko Ltthare for MmnsoH dnrlnjf t<te waek, and the Flora waa to have gv>ttw\ away. They Iwul «om« Jiaaaengere At Pawaon the trail la In fair nondttloiv Water whirh waa on the. I<* tiad disappeared The cutoff wa* bare u.nd muddy. ljibftJir« waa good. ixuwd twr. refill e*peditlon», one ataeiwyn and one af Jlootejilkoo. IVoth n Jf! In. "Hie mail peivple use 1 horse* oeer the !>>ni!n!on cutoff. eanoea from ff*>«ltr»hlkoo to Selkirk, and ilo* te»ms the rlhiiUn'ler of the dlntanee. "A Frenchman with a herd of cows waa met between Cariboo and Wlilta Hem' *"Hi« Cnniidian Daveh>i»ment Comiwiny 1» closing' lt» roodhousos on the outoff. Th« at Ij*l»r«e and river points will romaln open with ho new of getting patronage from river travelers." t'ITY or HKmiJi FHOM AUASKA. Porou|>iue District l'ro«prrom-Ri. Peltier t'wiuplrtaa Her Hepatr*. Hteamar City of Heal tie, Capt. Connell, arrived lust midnight from Bkagway. She had fifty JHISS* r\g»rs from Alaska and British Yukon points. John F Maloney. a leading lawyer of Juneau, was a passen fter, ns was also Edward H Hanlev. Tho *tter Is direct from the Porcupine mining district, which, ho says, is beginning the sen son's work on an extensive scale. • Splendid showing* have been made on a number of oroeks, Mr. Ifanlev said, "and the camp. 1 think, will surprise everybody this season New and apparently rich And® are being made right along " Cupt Connell reports thm the stesmer f x *lslor. wkfeh got Into eoliialon with an iceberg two week* ago made Uie neces sary rei'talr* and continued her voyage a. etward to I*ort Valdes MAXV NONU MIUXQI. sp«i>rsl *eli«»iluled to leave for the North. Hl* or eight steam and *alling vessels are *oh*duled t*» leave today ana tomor row for tho Cape Nome gold fields Two steamer* are the Robert Dollar and Cor wln, both of which will sail tomorrow Htcamer Plrtgo also expects to get away tomorrow. Aha will run during the sea son as »i local paggenger host between Nome City and St Mi hael for the Be attle itgamshlp CompHn> Schooner Thomas K Ha>ard. of the came line, will prebably sail today She will take principally miners' supplies f,»r Charles I.wne and merchandise for s O. Simpson & Co*.® Nome store Th* lum ber schooner Fullest, operated t»\ Fred P. Meyers and John Campion, will put to se;v tomorrow STKAUISH tWTIOa CUTV *lll.*. leate* Mlth 1 Jo Ua«ka and Rrltlvh isUuu faMvngtr*. One hundred and twenty took passage for Alaska and th- British-Yukon on the Steamer Cottage city* Capt Wal ls.*-'. which sailed hi»t night The passau4 r er list tnclu Ud the H<>n M. C Brown. appolntod Cnlt I p-atae Ju4ga for th- district of Alaska alls* K> w*na NTloftiole l*uv»s an Knstern srtisf. H. M. 11 K*ai>berg manager »>f the Klondike mines, owiu 1 > tie ilerry ltove , of California, and U*n O. W Tur ner Oen. Turner and Mi*. Turner are paantnger* for Sitka, whet, ti c general goes on l<_wal b i*ln*«is \r~r< i 1 Tracy is fo'ng to Fennett, where be will take the ftfsnttr <*t t v ,. Pacific C<'»*t nship t^On»p« ns The Cottage City had TO) twns of general c.vrg l -* HlMliUl.M'H \OMK VOYtUC, Heturna to Seattle Itather 1 l%au to Sn u Fraaetaeo. ThA steamship Humboldt, which was re cently chartetv through har nmnajring oWner. M Kahsh to th- \lask . Kx nloratlon Company, will nuxke Imt ore Nemo voyage She will then return to th* Seattle-J >nn anal run. Sl»e w ill cote.e direct from Nome Cltv t.> Seattle, and not to San Prancisco ll«r chart ore*--; sought to have bt-r re tarn tv> San o. but Mr. Kaltsh declined to consent to such an arrange ment. *!h* will be turned over to her th • *»-d will sail Tor. Nome a day or two later. Her WAS IT A MIRACLE? "The marvelous cure of Mm. Rena J. Stout of Consumption ha* Treated intenae excitement in Cam mack. lod./ write® Marion Stuart, a leading Oru«jrft«t of Muncw. Ind fee only weighed ninety pound# when her 4octor in TodtOWß said *he must •oon die Then she began to nae Dr. Kinf 's New Ducorery, and gained thirty-seven pounds in weight, and wa.« completely cured." it ba cured thousand* of hopelesa case*. and 11 positively guaranteed to euro all Throat, Cheat and Lon? dteea««. 50c aod SI.OO Trial bottles free at BTKWAKT * HOLMES DRUG CO. IT SAVED HIS LEG. P. A Danforth, of La Grange, Oa.. suffered for six months with a frightful running sore on Ida Iff; but writei that Bu< id en * Arnica Salve wholly cured it in fife days. For Ulcers, Wounds, l*iles, it's the beat aalra in the world. Cure guaranteed. Only flfc-. Hold by 3TKWAKT & HOLMES DRUG CO. charterers pay mora than SBOO per day for the ship. SCHOONER BOWHEAD SAILS. Takes Tweaty-Kight Nome Passen gers and Ino Tons of Freight. Schooner B«<whead Capt. William New hall. sailed for Cape Nome last night with twenty-fight passengers and 150 tons of general cargo. She is operated by Wheeler & Co., of this city. Her passengers are; J. Carter Miller. Hterling Martin. A. G. Johnson. A. G. Thelin. J. W. Flaherty. F. H Hubert. M A Hubert. F. H Parker. P. H K If. Fred Ewicksr. M. F. Oaner. John O'Connor. M J. Burdett. J N Dobaon. VV. S. Gibson. John Ackerman. A. Dnnbar. H. Dunbar. M. Palmqniat Andrew iSiraonson. A. J. Doytoa. Andrew Hater. Mat StUum. C. B. Christopher. Teddy Itees. John Gillespie. Hariy Grirten. 2. Lancaster. STEAMER DTRIGO SAILS. Takes 2S Alawka Passengers and 5(M> Tons of t'srgo. Stenmer I>irigo, Capt. George Roberfs, sailed for Skagway last night with .tOO ton* of general cargo nnd twenty-eight pass enger* from Seattle, as follows: William I*anberry. J a me* Kflßf, Geo. Khrhardt. Mrs. Black. Mrs. Ehrhardt. Ethel Black. C F Aua Edna Black. John Minora ' K. Anderson. A i* Miners. N. Begotson. D»»n O. Stephens. William Tutt. Wm. Hockenbergtr, Geo. E. Derby. F E Mallouf. W D Conner. Frank K. Sk/igertand. J. H. Davis. J. A. Brown F. A. Campbell. Mr* n. C LundquUt. E. N. Lnndquist. M. M ant ell J. Nelson. Fred Brtihn. E. Erickson. Somn Mn»n From Han Francisco. The steamer Cleveland, under charter to the Pacific Clipper line for the Cape Nome run, will arrive next Sunday from Han Frunclaco, from which port *he sailed last Wednesday nlsrht. The Cleveland Will fall for Nome May 15 and the steam ship Nelson, of the same line, five days latnr. The latter vessel will leave San FrancUco next Sunday for Seattle. firil. SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. Applicant* for Federal Position* Will Try Meat Month. , Civil servlee examinations will be held at the United States courthouse June 19 next for clerkships In the general land office. The civil service commissioner In the paat ha* experienced considerable difficulty In filling land office position* owing to the Insufficient number of eligi ble*, and Is anxious to have a sufficient number on the waiting list In rase of an emergency. The examinations are open to all citizen* of the United States. An examination for Inspector of wool ens In the quartermaater's department will also be held on June 19. The main retirement for the position 1* that ap plicant should have a thorough knowl edge of grades of wool and the manufac ture of woolen goods. On June 19 and So an examination will be held for manual training teacher, the first appointee to be stationed at Fort Sbaw Indian school, nl a salary of per year. Ellgibles residing In the dis trict whore the vacancy exleta will be given the preference. Third-class elec trical draftsmen will he examined on June 21 and 22. For this position appli cants must be 2" years of age or over. Any Information regarding theae ex aminations may be obtained by applying to F. I). Temple, secretary of the local board of examiner*, at the Seattle post office. MADM A REt llßn HI Oreat Xorttarrn Doe* I'nat Time From Spolcaa* to Seattle. The Great Northern railway passenger department is elated over a record run made hy Its railroad train from Spokane to Seattle, which arrived here Wednesday night. The distance is ,".47 miles, for which the time card allow* thirteen hours The train due to leavo Spokane at Tlfc Wed nesday morning was two hour* and fifty minute* late In starting, owing to heavy trafflo. Olio of the new passenger engines wa» attached at Spokane, and the train arriv ed at the depot here on time, making the run In ten hours and ten minutes which Including stops. Is said to he the tiest time ever made over a Western mountain road by a train of equal slue MIST l'\Y THK ra\il.TV. | People Omit Farina Water Rent ThronaU a Ml**nder*lanilin(. The city water department I* usually orowded on the 10th day of each month with people waiting to pay their water t.mes Yeaterday, however, very few ap peared, although It was the last day for payment The Impreseion seemed to have got abroad th*t the ordinance recently pa**e 1 by the city council extending the time to the Bth of the month is now In operation. The fart is that the ordinance does not KD into effect until June 1 next, and the pen alty Is still In effect. I® Wanted In Spokane. i Officers of the sheriff"a office were yes terday Informed by telegraph that the sheriff of Spokane county is desirous <>f • rprehendinc A Somerfeldt, who l« said to he wanted for obtainlnir money under fsl*e pretense*, and who is sup- t .on his way to this city. When I neput) Sheriff* Pauley and Wise l>oarded j th« Northern Pa» iflc train arrlvlnfr here yesterday afternoon it was asrertalned that S«>merfe!dt had !>♦ «»n taken from the train by the nherlfT *f Franklin county as ) it passed through Pasco. Mn tup lloola <• Keorhrd, The I'nlted State* poatofflce at Seattle ha>j received a new lot of the stamp 1... >ks p»*' t.ntly by the department. They received the first Installment several weeks .ijfo. t>ut the* went *«► rapidly that I nne were to be had for some time N w ' the ; 'stijffl e is supplied t > meet all de mimts The book* are of three varieties. I valued at 25 cents, to cents and 11. Mats** llrrnk for I Iberty. Jack Auliivan. wh-» U>und over by in*n • '.mn W^kieadav to await rrtra- Utit n fr m Mlchlran where i.. s wanted on a charfr of forftr)', broke awav fi»m »n )fR-f»r while he w.ui N ing (*oi»veyert to the county )aM *nd ran ! wn 9*vn.| avenue south H was r»v-apture<i j Grant street bridfe, whence he ha»l con j to hide *naar Uttiuery Cnmmlttff. The Chamber of ha® appoint* ed the following committee to investixate the matter of establtshinK h sxiaar reftner>- !n Seattle: J W Clt*e. E W Andrews. A S Bur well. J A Moore J. S Gold « »mtth Tho ma* Burke I A N'adeau ; James P Hoire. )r and \\ n Herr. For Ladlm un« 1 nt le it»r n. The eelrtahn#** exhibited in the building ] of smoking or Übr*r> tar* (or the use >.f I men in hardly selfishness after all. it's ! merely a case of evolution, these products j being so manv finger- pout a 1» a ling up io I th'» atrlctlv modern, electric-lighted ob •ervatlcn car. such a* has been placed in service >n the Northern Pacific rallw.w where every Oonvenience and comfort for : both isdles and sentlemen is provided, i. .. j writing and reading room, card and snick ing rooms, bathroain, barber shop, toilet I rooms, elc. THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER, FKIDAi , MAY 11, 1900. BLOWN THROUGH A CABIN. TWO MR* AT KRTCHIKAH KILLED BY AN EXPLOSION. Dynamite Which Wai Being: Thaw ed Oat oa a Stove I» the Came of the CataMrephe hy Which Two Sweden Lout Their Live*. The City of Seattle, which arrived from Lynn canal shortly before midnight last night, brought details of a terrific explo sion near Ketchikan a week ago. The story was carried to Skagway by Customs Inspector Fleming. He says that twenty five sti ks of dynamite exploded while being thawed In a stove near a cabin Four men were in the cabin at the time, and two of them were thrown completely through the roof and dropped to the earth outside. The most wonderful part of it is that these two men made their extraordi nary trip through the top of the houre and back to «arth without a scratch. The two other men who were in the house were badly injured. It appears they were thrown against the walls, or some thing, and did not go through the roof or walls. One man was badly cut and bruiMd all over hi" bodv and so severely injured he did not survive. However, he lived un til taken to Ketchikan, where he was given surgical attention by an experienced doctor, but he was beyond recovery. He suffered excruciating pain before passing The fourth man was severely injured be low the waist. His ear drums also suf fered much, and it WHS several days be fore he began to recover his hearing. Mr. Fleming says it is a wonder that the man's ear drums withstood the terrific concussion. The names of the men were not ascer tained by Mr. Fleming, but he says they were all Swedes. The place of the accident was near Dall head, on Oravina Island, and sixteen miles from Ketchikan. The men were working in the mine. Immediately after the accident two men set out in a small boat for Ketchikan and had the steamer Elmore return with them to the scene of the accident and take the two victims to Ketchikan. CHARGES AGAINST CALHOI'S. Prlaoner In Connty Jail Saya He la a Hlnrhirayman. According to statements of the police, the arrest of C. E. Calhoun Wednesday night by Officers Byrnes and Hadeen on the charge of holding up the Drum sa loon with two others some time ago, was one of the most notable made for a long time. They believe that he did much of the holdup work in Seattle, and that he la the one who killed a supposed criminal at Kent during a fight Keen who was recently convicted of highway robbery In the su perior court, says that Calhoun was im plicated in his case. James Ryan, who was Calhoun's alleged partner in the Drum robbery, pleaded guilty yesterday in the superior court. Freight Bill Swindle Popular. Hurry Dyven, of Whatcom, was Intro duced to the ancteivt swindle known as tho fre:ght bill game at the White Star dock Wednesday evenlnsr. He made a loan of s!>s before he knew what hap pened, and after thinking: it over a while decided he had been swindled. He re ported the matter to Capt. Sullivan at po llen headquarter*. Dyven is staying at the Queen City hotel. ninck Diamond Ilrnnning, Coroner Sparling received a letter yes terday afternoon from Dr. D. M. Stone giving details of the drowning reported briefly yesterday morning in the l'ost intelllgencer. The man's name was Ell Kossa. He was out fishing on Lake No. 12, two miles from Diamond. Hi* boat overturned and he was drowned. He leaves a aon and a brother, who live at Black Diamond. HIT THE SCHOOL TEACHER. Fonrtfrn-Yfar-Old Girl Whom H® Waa Trylnic to Chastise Black* Hl* Bye With Water Pitcher. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer. OLTMHA. May 10 In OM of in® city schools Wednesday there was a wtone of considerable excitement for a time. Lay Crantlall, principal otf the Westeide school, was endeavoring to administer corpoul punishment to Laura Werner, a ?!rl of 14. He had slapped her twice on the shoulder when, unnoticed by him, ah ? reached be hind him and picked up a small crocks;/ water pitcher. She is a heavy, strong: girl, and with VI the force at her comnuud she struck the principal over the left eye, Tien a rough* ami-tumble tight appears t«N nave resulted, us several times he was compelled to put the girl on the floor before he could sub due her. The result is that beside being cut. Mr. Crandall has a blacked eye. Hi* matter will be laid before the scnool board for further action. THI'RSTON COUNTY DRMOCRATi. Result of Primaries Favor Malony an a Delegate. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligent cr. OLYMPIA. May 10.—In all the precincts of Thurston county yesterday Democtatie primaries were held The primaries in the country districts were held luring the af ternoon. and la Otjrmpii in 4 TuStittr in the evening:. The county convention will be held in this city on Saturday at 1 o'clock. If there was any such thing ,\s opposi tion to the election of Thomas Ma':> iy as a delegate from Thurston county to the *ta.:e convention it wa* net ijH*ucnt at the primaries Mr Malony will undoubt edly be chooen as one of this oounl> * del egates. Hook ( iHitrnct %o( let Miuir. Special Dispatch to the Pom-Intelligencer. OLYMPIA, May 10 - No award of 'he school book contract has yet been made by the state board of education, though the board Is holding an extra session this evening and endeavoring to reach a re sult as soon as possible. H.HK %\IJ YUTOHIAN H\<K. Two Speedy limit* Yrek. nn.l \eok I'rum Prattle to Inciiniii. ft ; lall th. 1» .s?';. .II tg« nrrP . TA 'uM \ May i<» -The steamers Flyer a? 1 Victorian ha l an exciting r.i, e fiom Seattle to Taenia thL* afternoon. Tne F<>er >n her * trip from Shuttle, came '• :he VI orlan it ?he AJ-K1 point K bed >Yom there to Robinson's point. a 45-mlnute run. it WJU nip and !I,O T v' ' 1 ' They w.-re .ut 4i t/> caueiryf the p.w-nsvtv • T the U-i ks and c heer each little spurt. Thisi si ie ..f TlObinn n's ;».«:nt the fiver calnetl »t l!ttle lead, which fhr main taine*!. r>u'idln« Brown'* point four >r Ave b-ngths ahi ad and docking flrwt T .js t?. the first wln several yeans between The Fly.-'is r ,ot drHng quite ht r v »est. as I*.se will »..*>n go Quartermaster dry dock. tppulHlurnt of Knreit Hunger.. Special Dispatch to the l'oat-lntelllyencer TACOMA May 10.—D. B »h. Ue ( Vnlted Stat.s fore*t miperlniendfnt. has received instructions fr m the department at Washington reiisrdlnit the quallflo*tlon» or men he named 'or appointment as forest to patrol the fores! reserves In this state. While It !« left li*retion arV with the superintendent to name s;:ch men as he thinks proper, vet the susses • ions of the department show A strong turn toward civil service practices. ftesttlr-Tsmm* Kleeirftr Kon.l. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelllaencer. TACOMA. May 10 Judge Henr> Hu.-ey, seneral m-inager of the Seattle-Tncoma ele'trtc railway, which 1* projected be tween the two cities, has returned home , from Washington, where h« secured a right-of-way for the road through the Puyallup Indian reservation. Three ap praisers will he at once appointed by the secretary* of the interior to determine how much shall be paid the Indians whose land is up for right-of-way. WAKING IP COmY TICKET Pierce Conntr Pemorriiti inng Candidates. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer. TACOMA. May in.-Democrats are al ready making up tickets for the county election next fail, and candidates are dili gently making fence? ready for the earlier party primaries. A. U. Mills, who held the office of sheriff for two terms. wi!l re tire from politics on account qf his contracting Imslness. which will demand his entire time. Of the several candi dates for the office of sheriff. Ben Davis chief outside deputy under Mills, seems to have the lead of all others, and It is said will secure the nomination by acclama tion. The three superior court judges will also be renominated, if they care to run. though it is said JtldflTß Wilkeson ha vantageous business connection offered him to return to the practice at the end of his term. Frank Spinning, of Puyallup. is looked upon as the most likely man for the nomination for clerk of the cour* Steve Judson, who has held the nfTtce of treasurer for two terms, will retire, and John Hartman. at present a member of the city council. It is said, can have the nomination for treasurer if he wants it. MATH? AN ASfIIGJntETVT. ffoskfnir & Son. of Wilkeson, Aantffrn for Tlielp Creditor*. Special Dispatch to the Podt-Intelllgeneer. TACOMA. May 10.—Hosklng & Son? deal ers in general merchandise at Wilkeson, have made an as.®ijfnment to Col. Albert K. Joab, of this city, for the benefit of all their creditors. The firm is composed of William H. Hosklng and Marvin H. Hosking, father and «on. The creditors number about twen ty-five firms, of which two-thirds are lo cated in Seattle and Tacoma. and most of the others in Portland and San Francisco. An Inventory made today by Col Joab and Newton Brehrn ftfiows the assets to slightly exceed SI,OOO. The liabilities ;*re a little over $2,500. Col. Joab has given a $2,000 bond, and will wind up the Imsiness as speedily as pcaslble. School Tfnclipm Selected. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer. TACOMA, May 10.—The school board has selected teachers for the ensuing year, re taining R. S. Bingham as city school su perintendent at a salary of S2.(XW>. Other salaries are practically the same as the present sale. The board recommended the opening of the manual training depart ment, which has been closed for several years. Come to Seattle. Special Dispatch to the Post-Tntelllgence.r. TACOMA. Mtov 10.—J H. Bunch, tariff man and chief clerk In the general agerv of the Northern Pacific railway here, left today for Seattle, where he will have dharge of the claims* department of the Pacific Coast Corn-pany. Mis place was taken by R. E. Chase, of St. Paul. Prof. Hllla Ketnrned to Nebraska. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer. TACOMA. May 10.—Prof. Rowland P. Hills, charged with bigamy, was today taken back to Blalt*. Neb., where he will stand trial at the September term of court. For the past thirty days the courts here have been engaged in hearing habeas cor pus and other proceedings connected with* the case. rondrmnrd rilah»»-«>f-Wny. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer. TAOOMA, May 10. The Jury In the onsen brought hy the Tacoma l-7astern railway to condemn right-of-way for the extension of their line today brought In verdicts ag gregating about J4OO for the various par ties through whose lands It Is sought to extend the road. To Sell Steamer llnttle nelle. Speelal Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer, TACOMA. May 10.—A decree was entered In the United States court today for the sale of the steamer Hnttle Bell, at Aber deen. by United Ptates Deputy Marshal r>av!s»on. May 18. to satisfy a Judgment against her In the case of Roger Heed. COLLEGE TEAMS TO MEET. State VnlTtralty and Agricultural Cnllrfff to Content In Field Krenti and Annnal Debate. Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer. PULLMAN, May 10.—The track and de bating trams of the University of Wash ington arrived here over the O. It. At N. at 3p. m. today. They were met at the depot by the Washington Agricultural College band and about 2»0 students and cltliens. when» college yells were given for some moments after the train pulled in. The two days' intercollegiate field meet between the University of Washing ton, University of Idaho and Washing ton agricultural college begins tomorrow afternoon. Tomorrow evening, in the college chapel, the second annual Intercollegiate debat** tflll be held. The question Is: "lte solved, That combinations of capital in restraint of trade should be so restricted by national laws as to promote competi tion." The Washington agricultural col lege, consisting of F. F. Nalder, L. L. Totten and R Oordlner. will take the af firmative, while the University of Wash ington will defend the negative thrbugh Its representatives, Messrs. Willet, Wright and Luube. THE NATIONAL LKAGVR. Plttuhnrff, At Hhlrago, 4. PITTftM HU, May 10 Everett'a carele«a work at flrat ba«e todar >n*t the cam* for Chicaftx Attend anre, 2.500. 8«-ore; R H. K Pitt -»burg 5 11 3 Chioago 4 9 1 Batteriea Tannehifl and Zlmmet, Taylor and Chan e I'mpire Swart wood. Standing of the (lab*. Club* Won. Ixwt. Per f\ Philadelphia II 5 Oin«nnnati • « WO Brooklyn 9 T W Ht l*mi« * * '*» Pltuburg * * .«71 ndM.l * 10 444 New York « 9 400 Bostoa J M .313 AMERICAN I.EAGtE GAMES. At Oe*«Mand <V»**land 11. \lil«auk«e. • At buffalo Buffalo. V(<nneai«»iia, 1 At Indianap*tiMhaeapubf, 19, Chicaio, 7. At Detroit Detroit, J. Kanaaa Pity. 2 Mnnding of the ( luha, Clut» • Won Lowt, Per <' Milwaukee 12 5 'H IndiarapolU 10 S 46? Chicago 9 K 5."9 Cfcrrrlar.d ? T 500 Buffalo T « Kan*a« City 9 11 121 kllnneajx4la ■ 12 «oo Detroit 5 19 J» llnnilreda of Milra Of stone ballasted or clean graveled track for the Northern Pa* iflcs North Limited to tun over The absence of du«* will make that observation car a thirty of beauty and a Joy forever. KMSXALD rings. Mrthitont. William H. Finck, Jeweler. Sit Second avenue. Slussish Blood The blood should not creep lazily through the vein*. Tt should run swiftly, carrying life and health to ever)' organ Indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia g n <! nervousness, invariably accompany poor circulation Purify and Invigorate the blood with Hostetter .« Stomach BitWN and these Ureases will disappear The Bitters also prevent* irudarUt fever an i ague, and cures all ailments of the stom ach See that a Private Revenue Stamp covers the neck of the bottle. It ln>igorates ||OSTEITER'S Strengthens tl STOMACH and Cures BITTERS OPIUM Morphine, I.audanum. Yon She. Cocaine and other drug habits cured by a remark able remedy recently Introduced in this city called HABITINE Habltlne is an lnvigorator. a powerful vitallzer, a tissue builder. But it goes further than this. It exercises a specific action upon the* drug habit so that persons using Habitine soon lose all desire for opiates and can stop their use without suffering any pain, nervousness, sfeeples*- ness. etc. A short course of Habiting creates a new feeling of vigor, vital en ergy, VITAL FORCE And buoyancy that is wonderful. The ap petite becomes almost ravenous, a rapid gain in flesh and strength, and it is then that the drug habit becomes positively disgusting. The thousands of persons who have taken Habitine, both In the Cast and on this Coast, and always with this same ef fect. enables us to treat ail cases of the drug habit without any payment whatso ever until a |>erfect cure Is effected and all desire for the drug completely removed. Those afflicted with the dreadful habit of drug addiction should consult the doctors of the Habitine Sanitarium, either person ally or by letter, without delay. Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Sundays 2 to 4 p m. HABITINE REMEDY CO., 221 Columbia Street. Seattle, Wash. I ALASKA | MUSIC.-.. 4" If you are going: north, do not T forget that In the winter time trie 4> days are only three hours long, mm X you will want something to while X away the lonisr evenings. NothinK 4* will take the place of a Mandolin T or Oultar for such a purpose. T t|UO.lM> will buy a complete outfit, + including an instrument (guaran- T teed), a case and extra quantity ot A •strings. | WINTER & HARPER y 003 Second Avenue, T Seattle, Wash. Heels < >K wrs] X >M ! Ytfur dealer will attach <)'B till! ran Heels | to the shoes you are now wearing for 50c— J ! the same as fur the floor heels that won't la*t. half AS long when you encounter iub • l for sample pair to ()'Hullivan Rubber Ooc, Lowell, Mans. "Say Golf Heels if you mean ' it- Price in the *HUie. Hay Golf Boles and make remittance 75c." Ii I f/m 111 HHI I ■ mJm *ll gl i !on THE OTHER END of LIFE i Your eye* will he stronger If you <► tnaf total propirl) in youth ib 4 ([ middle <t£e. You need glasses, nol 4 [ necessarily because you in jttQW+ In* older, hut because your def ec- Ice 1 (| our business t.» '"!1 y«»u »-ie kind r you nee i. Thlii can only be d<Ker« i [ minid by a udootlllo exAmbuUon, <: vrhloh I" given free hy our eye <[ specialist, i | A. HCHUCUABD, M. 0., lutu f th< 1 i< mio (hnftiiimio J ► i* SCHtI HARD OPIH 41 CO., 1211 24 Av* Seattle < [ |Ofek (Near Btone, San- < ny . \ •AAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA4 AAAAA* < t it MALI IN M. 1 W I KS, I * SO «IRI U*«llt)\ < MIUI.IAVACCA WINK CO., ► 2 IW* Main str-I'itone or p ov °" n 1 < !REM ATION. ooomiows'CfMfifßr assocution san feancihi o, <'Al.ipok\i a II tk* d*r»wd »i« a member OF ANT OR r,AM/ VTi"V haviu« a rofficer and for the »*ti«e aad «r»n «-me* u ti Tt* lor mew "f*'« ->1 ths faiailv f toe|i dneeaaed '.htJif.i. K I'LIBTC HKH A*«perii»W<W. Abbey s Effervescent Salt n ;.1 K ill .Iru<£isu at 25c , JCac. wd #I.OO p«r Bottle. i&fol&iS * X PURE. »•»•••• ••• ••• • • • **rt iH| THE BON MARC HE. THE BON MARC HE. CROCKERY REDUCED. We have marked down »ix lots of Decorated Semi-Porcelain so as to clear quickly for incoming goods. This may sound very stereotyped, but the savingi are very new and real. For instances Semi-Porcelain Cups and Saucer*, with") r[T AC CIV JC /"EMYr a'whft/groundf decora,lons ' ,n vlolet on J Ml Ul MA, 4) ll'li Olympta patterns: a tiny spray of maidenhair fern and roses; brick color on white ground; prices run thusly: 12-Inch Platters, 2So S-lnrh Bakers. He. • 'overed Vegetable Pishes, 4£c. I'le I'lates. set of six for 2T>e. Oravy Boats. !!<<-. Oat Meal Dishes, 4(>c for a set of six You can readily see that n decorated pie plate couldn't t>e made to for two cents! All the other Items are Just as cheap; there are bo baits, GLASS TUMBLERS. Fine thin blown Tumblers that are considered a pood sixty cents' worth here for ' 39 Cents Per Dozen. s9Tf"r ed Cry " tal olnss Tllmb,fr "' worth 25 Cents Per Dozen A bargain fare enough to crowd the housefurnlshlnr store to the limit DOWNSTAIRS. SAMPLE NECKWEAR. If your memory is good, you will recall the sale of Sample Scarfs held laK March, and you will remember it still better if you were lucky enough to get om of the foreign pieces. More from the same source ready today—the contacts of a New York show room. Jabots, Stocks, Vests, Strings, Imperials, Four -in Hands, Aacots and the finest Parisian Lace effects. We bought them so that we can afford to sell them at Just a trifle ovsr the actual cost of making. i Too many prices to tell you in detail and too many styles to write about Of course, the early comers get best choosing. CUT STEEL COLLARS. Six different styles of Cut Steel and Beaded Collars go on sale today it a most pitiful pricej worth $7.00, $5.00 and $4.00 . All Marked $1.50. The multi-colored sefluln and the flashing steel bends are of the most aristocratic order. The loss is tha Importers'. Seven dollar collars for one fifty will make lively selling. SS.^RCHi 1419 to 14Z9 Second Ave. 115 and 117 Pike Street Was Run Down, Sleepless, Nervous, a Tired, Listless Feeling; Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. The nerves of the human body act as me»- . "I, trouble! for thirty v.*i ■gth weakness of tho heart nnd narvai, Hu senders to convey to the brain impressions ot palpitation im.l fluttering >f the heart outward effects, and to convey from the brain »P»'> »ll*ln«at exertion and wna ««i»r*Ulf ' run down, wwk and nervou*. I fottO'l to the muscles and orpins nerve force or vital that Dr. Mllea' Nervine w<* the only power. Without this vital power the heart, -a:istit>d | would not be alive today but stomach, lungs, bowels, and all organs of the for lih una. My sun und daughter . ~ ' . both taken Dr. Mllea' Nervine with best body would be unable to perform their func- "MRS. MARY KaaSM Hons and life would cease When these mess en- "l/ondon Mtlla, Ilia." gers become deranged or the supply of nerve force Is depleted, tbe best remedy to restore /nlmoat loot my reawin. I'wo doclori wi1t ...... . .... . '... ' i'd cm mo. but neither vu ab> 10 do M them to their normal condition is Dr. Miles liny gn■ Imy huahanri bought « batds Restorative Nervine. It creates a good appetite. rvll "' ' ; "j '"JJJ " rr It to me. It hel|H'd mo light iitonf tail gives refreshing sleep, and cures that tired feci- when 1 had taken ««>veii Uottlee 1 «W ing. It acts on the nervou. system, which con. ''""MUH CAROLINE Ht'HROKDER. trols all the processes of the body, toning it up "Metropolta, 111*.'' into sound and vigorous action. It overcomes ~r" M "**' I* aotil at all tr*q staeaeia a po»ili.i> uearantae. Writ* tor Ire. aMItW the excessive wasting and puts back the lost flesh. bwkletto l>*. MM Is Ml KlUt tU . I IMMN,!* • • • • • • • •=4"! ♦ tNftlNiS; PIIHtPS. J I PUGET SOUND MACHINERY DEPOT * Corner Washington Street and Railroad Avenut. I M <v cy. | Summer Needfuls. I.etnoti Hquec/.crn, Ice Shaver*. Ice Picks, Mlllt Shake Ma* | chines. Soda <ila»«e», Soda Holders*, etc. A larjte variety, «hele« ; 1 sale and retail. ; | Motel, Restaurant an i Bar Supplies a .Spec I a ty. II M. SELLER aCO. c nil&»»r 1 TIIIRIV TJOLIAIIS IMI'l/t* L'ftnuuc 111 . r C i' z iori-t.-'.io*r.|.r.> ruKiica ruAI c9| n ♦ Call or write for Kulcs o! Contest. ] [ J ANDERSON SUPPLY COMPANY, ♦ B«Uil DtiU ri U Umcra SupplM-%. | j Mrret. Se«ftta> J | DRa LIiKENS, the Old Reliable Specialist*' ul.Ut,b i in hi', utoi t. r -a., ~ 4a* FLA' .kUI—CRoWiNi;L» with -S Y J AUd of unparalleled luuta -tM t> , far»r a tf land*—in* people a a pecla.lat. Ha na. cur.d tnouaenJa •" ft cur * you- Ati Chronic. Nnv«u«, *ou Ckln Bi/W ' tufa, UUat. VarUo .:., Hup turt, I'll., (Joltra. Cancer cured arttP** ««t:.n« or detention from a ueHieaa. OoDauilatlon tit a. Curaa Itf f*®HT n anteed. If you cannot <.ll. WHITE. Perfect lyatem of home treat- n Rien: for out of-toa>n pa lao ta Hour, t a mto ( o m Ruodaft \ J# to ti a. ni- Klin. * Roa. nber e Hlock, e» rirat Av.nue, Saastl* FOK OVKH FIKTV IKARS. (UMP tNO MORE. An t*id and \S~ ell Tried K«m<'tr. Mr Winj.l iw » <}ood #•■>>king »# prymb\* »»«Dr. bf prciN'Wl 'S Htolhinc Hyrup 1*• b»»*ci u««d frw of*r Fifty Y«axa 'r <*>• c*. wUn iUUOI'A'M CXTKACT bj Miltiorui <i Mfithem for their UMrtn BKEK t* with VIMCCM. it the - hlld, aud •ofteiu the Gum#, *U*:n *ll peir «e* U'md A HAUI'LV. J Ali H*rr»» paMpaid on retell * m <Y.lir. fcnd the hett retn?<l/ for IHtnbot. Hold <-et«U. or « 2ojnce }mr for 50 rentt. I . In »«♦" pa" "Wt AMMOt'av* (.OWIM, ir.ICA6O. «t 'or Mm. Viialni Hooihma h»np. -ud ta. no A k ~ Arl + , K „„., lf fv ,f Ct^er \ lieef Kstrait ait.l Tau»t-f» 1» 4.1 OtA Tnrut>-a«e tenia a llott.e. j euj brKi l _ b„ u4t ., BKATTLE, WASH.