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METEOROLOGICAL. X . -«■ or i of temperature and rain fa f.-r : . »!•'■» rii l.nu > rM'T-lay. .Jane ■jvl. - o: 1 kept and kindly fnruibhed ll»w - i t\ 1; Mr. M. O'Connor: Temperature. Kain -lIIHX miu. full. Y : *o. ' me £M .. :.i fsjtt'irdav, 1 • J 5-i - m tnv. " ii T:» JJ '■ • ;>1 .10 i tic*ld> • " .'• • ' W«Mi -! IV •J- i -» 47 111urt lay. "j- !i ... ♦s* .05 CITY M:\VS IN 15111KF. Mumps is tiie leading epidemic just now. The State Bar Association meets at Seattle, July lUlli. Most of the grocery stores have signed a contract to close on the 4th. An Olympia Chinaman rides a bi cycle with good grace, and he sits up right too. A daughter was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ashley, who reside south of this city. Showers to-night and warmer Satur day, says the herald from the watch tower today. Mrs. " Sant" Yoager and her son C »rl, left Wednesday for a Summer's visit in Maine. The hark Northwest arrived in the harbor a few days ago, for a cargo of lumber for Sau l'edro. The timlier 011 forty acres of State Capitol laud was sold in Mason county this week for $-110. The merry-go-round has arrived and is located 011 its former site, corner of Fifth and Franklin streets. Tlios. Roberts, better known as "Tommy, the Tinker," sustained a stroke of paralysis Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. McDonald and daughter came up from Ortiug to spend the 4th with " auld acquaintance." The outgoing passengers over the O. R. <fc X. this week are I*. E. Salter and Mrs. Salter, for Fayette, Idaho. Samuel Rosenthal has returned from a three months' visit to lower California, for benefit of his health. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Faulkner rc turued by Sunday evening's train from their wedding trip to Portland. Mr. Scobey employs about 30 kat/.en jaramcrs at his cannery in this city and a score of pickers on his farm in the country. Mrs. Kooutz, who has been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Wvman, will return to lier home in Alaska, July 14tli, by the Cottage City. Geo. C. Israel left for the Gray's Harbor country, yesterday afternoon, to attend to an important case in the probate court at Montcsano. His nccidency has decreed that B. M. Price must step out from the posi tion of Deputy Librarian. Judge Millett has already been selected for his successor. The steamship Umatilla leaves the Sound for Sau Francisco Tuesday, and the City of Topeka for Alaskan ports on Wednesday. Mrs. D. Wood and son Joseph, of Peterboro, Ontario, are on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Searight, of the New York Bakery. Judge Gordon arrived from Spo kane Wednesday, where he has been making arrangements for removal of his family early in the fall. There is only one really strong candidate on the Republican ticket nominated Saturday, and that is Mr. A. A. Phillips, for Treasurer. The church's share of one-third the income from the soda fountain for Wednesday, in the Hill Drug store, netted $lO for the building fund. Abraham Hinchcliffe of this city and Miss Sarah E. Kelsey, of South Union, were united in marriage by Rev. R. M. Hayes, Monday evening. Mrs. George Betts, of the Westside, is seriously ill, anil her husband who is on the other side of the continent, has been notified of the unwelcome fact. An application to compel the County Commissioners to issue a license for the sale of liquor at Little Rock was yesterday refused by the Superior Court. P. 1). Moore is now acting in the capacity of deputy in the County Treasurer's oflice, in place of Frank Blakeslee, who has gone into the hardware business. Matts Forstrom, a Finn, was ad mitted to citizenship in the Superior Court Wednesday, and at the same time his eon Alvin declared his in > tentions of citizenship. M. J. Roche, Traveling Passenger Agent of tho Rio Grande Western Railway, of Portland, Or., passed thsougli this city to-day on business connected with his company. The Olympia Packing Co. will ship next month a car-load of canned clams to Butte, Mont., thus opening auother resource which will doubtless climb like our oyster trade and Jack's bean-stock. Thomas Bordeaux, the well-known capitalist and logger, and Miss Essie Webb, were married at Riverside, in Mason county, Wednesday. The bride is a daughter of Thomas Webb, a pioneer resident of Skokomish. Rev. Dr. Glass, of the M. E. church, received by wire yesterday informa tion that his daughter, Mrs. Bale, of Manson, lowa, was seriously ill,and in the afteruoon Mrs. Glass departed by train for the bedside of the affected one. The fin ile siecle woman has made her appearance in our city with a long train—not to sweep the dirty side walks, however, be it knowu, for a small boy is provided to carry it. My! What a long tail our cat has got. A party of the K. of P. of this city who went to Aberdeen by wheel Satur day to re-institute a lodge of the order, were caught in the shower, Sunday, on their return, which dampened somewhat their exuberant Pythian spirits. 11. C. Mavnard, proprietor of the creamery in tins city, sustained some bruises to his hand in a bicycle col- lisiou, Saturday, which afterwards became very much swollen and pain ful. it is feared that blood-poisoning has resulted from the bruise. Rev. A. S. Gregg and wife, of Seattle, are on a visit to Mrs. G.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Covington, in this city. The latch-string of the STANDARD always hangs out to Mr. G., for in bv-gone days he once held the inner end of it. That was before he " reformed," how ever. School Clerk Schomber, who has been figuring oil the matter for sev eral weeks, declares his belief that there are 1,25 M school children within the limits of Olympia—7') more than last year, the gain being in the Fourth and Fifth wards. There was a slight decrease in the First ward. Millard Lemon, has been select ed to rc-assess the street levies made many years ago, and which have lapsed from time limit and fail ure to enforce payment. The matter of salary to be allowed him has not yet been determined but will come before the next Council for determination. It is thought that the census enum erators in this city will about com plete their work l>y to-morrow even ing. If anybody has been omitted from the roll, lie is requested to make the fact known to Mr. Schomher, Secretary of the Chamber of Com merce, at his ollice on Washington street. Joe Cogsdill, who was arrested in this city last week for stealing a team and a buggy in Lewis county and sell ing them to 1). R. Hclser for s3o and two bicycles, was arraigned before Judge Elliott, at Chehalis, a few days ago, and admitting his guilt was sentenced to ten years in the peniten tiary. It seems the Superior Court has decreed that Geo. W. Osborne, former County Commissioner, will have to pay into the Country Treasury the sum of $111.17, overdrawn, for mileage while serving in that capacity. It is but fair to state, however, that the over charge was made under a misinterpre tation of law. J. E. Dailey & Co. have made a splendid showing—patriotic and busi ness-like —in their store this week; putting on their " best clothes," as it were, to greet their visiting friends on the 4th. Other merchants design similar decoration, and by the time the natal morn dawns our whole town will doubtless be in gala apparel. A. S. Ruth, having accomplished his mission of obtaining a place on the Republican ticket nominated Satur day, has returned to finish up his work on a surveying contract in the East ern part of the State. It requires the eye of an expert to heep run of de sirable offices, and to shuthe the cards so as to stay in the game winner, but Mr. Ruth appears able to do it. Mayor Reinhart has suggested to Senator Foster that he request the proper authority at Washington to send the warship lowa to our harbor for a day or two, during her cruise on the Sound. As she is to be at Ta coma on the 4th, and may receive sailing orders at any time, it is not improbable that her visit here may be made within a few days. Mrs. Baldwin, of the Baldwin Lodg ing House, returned from a brief trip to Montana last week, where she had gone to prove upon a track of government land she now owns. She reports a pleasant trip, but that people east of the Rocky Mountains, on the Northern Pacific route have been greatly afllicted by prairie fires which have iu some instances, done irrepar able injury. The Olympian says the patronage accorded the Nashville Student Min strels, Saturday evening, was poor. Oly is mistaken. A glance at the parquette does not always give a fair idea of the " patronage" extended any performance. A " good" balcony and a " splendid" gallery greeted the Students, making the gross receipts fully up to the average business of the present season. The many friends—and the many includes everybody —of Mr. A. A. Phillips, were delighted to see him on the Btreet yesterday and apparently in a fair way of full recovery from his late severe iliness. While he showed the effects of disease quite plainly, he had the same cheerful smile for his neighbor, that has won for him a warm place in so many hearts. It is hoped that he will soon be in his usual rugged health. Smallpox has again broken out in Lewis county. This time the victim is a member of the family of the Postmas ter at Alpha, a young man engaged in distributing the mails, and it is said that a case in Chehalis was traced di rectly to the Alpha postoflice. Dr. Shug, the government health officer at Ta coma lias ordered all mail matter passing through Alpha office to. be fumigated and to report the facts to the County Commissioners, who are authorized by law to establish quaran tine regulations. The Phred Excursion Co. will bring an excursion party from Seattle and one from Tacoraa, next Sunday, to this city. The steamer Fairhaven will come from the great metropolis and the Skagit Chief from the lesser lu minary. It is arranged to feed our guests by a clambake on the capitol grounds, at one P. M., and the boats will not leave on their return trip till about six o'clock in the evening, al lowing ample time for a visit to Turn water or social pastimes in our city. The Supreme Court has decided in the case of City of Whatcom vs. the Treasurer of Whatcom County, that the county is entitled to retain the penalty, interest and costs of collect ing delinquent municipal taxes, of which the County Treasurer is ex officio collector. It does seem, how ever, as if the penalty and interest should go to the fund which is de pleted from failure to pay the tax when due, possibly necessitating a payment of interest by the municipal ity. A man, who it was difficult to de termine as to his being more of a vag or a lunatic, engaged the attention of Chief Savidge for some time this week. He claimed to be Howard W. Mitchell and could talk entertainingly, if he chose, but would generally end his tirade with a request for a nickel or a dfme—merely as a loan, you know. His methods were sucli as to cause alarm among nervous people, and it was iinally deemed necessary to give him officially, a " grand hounce," and he was sent on his way to other and liioic inviting fields. J- 11. lhlhergtr it - Son arrived yesterday with their steam merry-go round, to remain over the celebration. Mr. l>i hi rger sav s that Seat tie, Everett, and othc r c ities tried hard to serine the machine for the Fourth, hut in asmuch as he had already made ar rangements to come to Olympia he gave the matter no thought. Be sides the many improvements made in the machine since they were here last year, a valuable and handsome pieceof bead-work for thecenterdecora tions which was imported from tier many, has been added. * Fred. Marshall, of Tumwater, and Miss Kittie Whitaker, of Rocky Prairie, were united in marriage, Wednesday, at the bride's homo, by Rev. Dr. Hayes. The bride is the eldest daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Whitaker, well-known old settlers of Thurston county, and she will also he remembered hv old students of Olym pia Collegiate Institute as one of their number during the earlier days of that institute. Mr. Marshall is a promi nent figure in the Black llills logging interests. The best wishes of the STANDARD force are extended to the happy couple. Harry Cooper, the sliingle-weaver, met with another accident in the Richardson mill, Wednesday after noon, while sawing shingles. During an effort to move the block which had become caught, his hand fell against the saw and instantly the whole palm was cut oil' and the thumb almost severed. Mr. Cooper, with great nerve walked to the ollice of a surgeon, where his wound was dressed, after amputation of the thumb, and the still'crcr was sent to the hospital for care during treatment. It was but three months ago that Mr. C. was cut in the leg in the same mill. Several of the brick buildings in our city have suffered in the past, either front defective workmanship, or poor material. It will lie remembered that several years ago the ntn : n en trance of the Bnrmeister building on Main and Third streets had to he re inforced by columns and girders to keep it from falling. Afterwards a broken lintel in the McKennv building and cracks in the elevator shaft led to removal of much weight from the upper story and extensive repairs. This week the Chillierg three-story brick began to show signs of weakness. It appears thut the lintel spanning übout 8 feet of the front entrance was a cast-iron beam only an inch thick, above which two stories of linte and mortar and a massive fire-wall main tained a constant strain on this frail support. Sunday afternoon, Mr. Dorah, the telephone Superintendent who occupies quarters on the second lloor, says he heard a loud crash which resembled the explosion of a Chinese boom, and on investigation found the lintel cracked, the front wall sagging, with fissures at various places in the masonry. Monday, Architect Hartsock had a force of men clearing away to secure a firm support from the foundation for plac ing a reinforcement of iron above the entrance to be supported by a column in its center. This will probably relieve the public from danger of a crash, unless an earthquake overturns the top-heaTV tire-wall, until the front is rebuilt to conform to common-sense principles. The May Examinations. The total number of applicants who took the teachers' examination in May amounted t0790, a number about equal to the average for the May ex aminations. About GBO of the appli cants took the examination in some or all of the branches. The remain ing 110 applied for certificates upon college diplomas and papers from other States. The total number of certificates issued was 547, divided as follows: First grade, 41; second grade, 292; third grade, 214. The number of applicants failing in their examination grades was 133, or about 21 per cent., the number of successful applicants in proportion to the whole number of applicants being much lar ger than at the February Examina tion. One hundred and seventy-two ap plicants wrote for the purpose of rais ing their previously earned grades, and 78 succeeded in doing so. The next quarterly examinations will be held August 9-11. Following is the list of Thurston county applicants to whom teachers' certificates are granted upon their pa pers written at the May examination: Andrew Austin, Anna Brucker, J. L. Byrne. Ethel Baker, Agues E. Fur red, Bertha Koldsworth, Jessie Hart suck, George S. Hopkins, Ida Iversenn, Alice Langridge, Emma Mcßeavy, Anna Morgan, W. C. Miller, Edna i'atnude, Ix>uie Plomondon, Mary Scully, Rachel Shields, Lena Shieldr, Maude Schofield, Emma Wright, Mrs. Kate Young, Theo. Young, Eugene Cauaday, D. G. C. Baker. HISTORY does not always "repeat itself" in the minor walks of life. Iho old negro melody, for Instance, represents: "01(1 Joe kicking up behind and before," but we fail to see "A yellow girl kicking up behind old Joe." In fact the procession behind " Oid Joe" seems to be so attenuated as to l>e invisible. He appears to enjoy a mo nopoly of " kicking" at this time. For Sale. Five milch cows at a bargain. For particulars address or cull on Mas. M. A. NEYLON, Delphi, Wash. Two thousand young chickens wanted at the Tony Faust Restaurant before the Fourth. EVERY demand that the feet of humanity can make in a common sense shoe can be met at " The Fair," on a money-saving basis. WHII.E celebrating the glorious Fourth in Olympia call and examine some of the bargains we can make you. " The Fair." THK shirt waist sale has been a success at *' The Fair." Have only a few left, but our prices are eye openers. FANCY vests for men, just to suit your taste on the occasion such as the Fourth, at popular prices. "The Fair." WE can't mention everything at one time. If you are in need of any thing call at" The Fair." " The Fair" has flags and bunting. THE FOURTH OF JULY. OFFICIAL PROGRAMME OF THE CELEBRATION. Under the Auspices of Olympia Aerie No. 21, F. 0. E. I'-egins on the 3d and Ends with a Bali at the Armory on the Jth. J i I.Y 3D. 9 A.M.: Band concert at Silvester Park. 1! A. M. : Grand "Sawing Down" contc.-t at arena, corner of Fourth and Franklin streets. First prize, $l5O. Second prize, all of the entrance money. At least three teams to enter. Entrance fee, $5 per team. Entries to close July 2d, at 9 p. M. Judges, I. C. Ellis, George Brazel and A. M. Rowe. ltules of contest— Board up one hole and saw down from crack of pistol against tune. 2P.M.: Relay bicycle race; not more than four men in a team. First prize, S3O; second prize, $lO. En trance fee, $1 for each team. Entries to close July 2d, at 9 p. M. Route— From Fourth street bridge to Frank lin, and tip Franklin and around the block on bicycle path and down Fourth stieet to finish at starting point. All bicycle races will he judged by the board of bicycle police, Dr. Car lyon, Harry Cowles and Robt. Blank enship. 3p. M: Road bicycle race; free for all; first prize, S2O. Entrance fee, sl. All entrance money to go to second man. Route—Start on Fourth street bridge, out Fourth street to Eastside, down Eastside to Eighth, along Eighth to Franklin, down Franklin to Fourth, along Fourth to finish at starting point. One-quarter mile dash ; bicycle, for boys under 1(5 years of age; prize, $5. Quarter-mile dash; free for all bi cycle race; prize, $lO. Bp.M. : Band Concert at Sylvester Park. 9:30 p. M. : Grand Free Ball at the Armory. JULY 4TH. 10 A. M. : Grand bicycle parade. Route of parade—Form in front of Olvinpia Theater, thence to Washing ton street, up Washington to Seventh, along Seventh to Main, down Main to Third, along Third to Columbia, up Columbia to Fourth, along Fourth to Washington, up Washington to Syl vester Park. Review in and on paths of park in front of the band stand. Judges—Dr. Carlyon, Harry Cowles, and Robt. Blankenship. Prizes—Best dressed gentleman's wheel, S2O; best dressed ladies' wheel, S2O; most origi nal tandem, $10; most original gentle man's wheel, $5; most original ladies' wheel, $5. 11 A.M.: Grand civic parade and exercises of the day. Grand Marshal, Warren Riley, with aids; Orator of the Day, Hon. T. N. Allen ; Reader of Dec laration of Independence, Horatio Ailing. Music by band and male quartette. Line of march—Parade to form in front of Olympia Theater, thence down Fourth to Main, Main to Third, along Third to Columbia, up Columbia to Fourth, along Fourth to Main, up Main to Ninth. Counter march at Ninth down Main to corner of Seventh and Main. Exercises in Sylvester Park. Oration from band stand. 1:30 P.M.: " Bucking Up" contest at corner of Fourth and Franklin. Same judges as in " Sawing Down" contest. First prize, $75; second prize, the entrance money. Entrance fee, $2:50. Entries to close July 2d, at 9 p. M. 3 I'. M. : Balloon ascension and par achute jump at Tumwater Park by Prof. Hamilton. This a'ronaut guar antees to ascend at least 7,000 feet on trapeze, and from that height make the jump with closed parachute. 4:3> P.M.: Foot rnoes on Fourth Htr. ot bridge. l'otnto race; first prize, $5; second prize, $2. i IN J CELEBRATION SALE jjj ||k 6oocl Gioniino | f ■ MEN AND BOYS ff 2 ??? Em B1 }}} 111 ' 111 I 1 you intend buying a new suit, come in an d jji 111 HH 1 us s^ow y° u ® ur styles. We make a specialty ;jj H I 1 °f men's and boys' goods and can offer values that ||| ?TT BJF cannot be shown you elsewhere. We handle the TTt U1 ii M Line of Ready-to-Wear Clothing | HI .....IN OLYMPIA..... t|t Hi And pride ourselves on the quality of our merchandise. Con- Hi fff ducting our own tailor shop enables us to make any altera- ]]] iii tions if necessary to give a perfect fitting suit before it leaves •II our store. We also keep your clothing pressed free of charge. ••• 111 We guarantee satisfaction and promise to show you the best . . JIJ CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES and FURNISHING GOODS to be j|j TTT found in Olympia. jJ J Hi HI i J. E. DAILEY & Co., $ HI THE LEADERS IN MEN'S AND BOYS' GOODS. ||| Sack race; first prize, $5; second prize, $2. Wheelbarrow race; first prize, $5; second prize, #2. 125-yard dash; free for all; prize, |lO. 1 100 yard dash; boys under 10; prize, ♦TO. Between 3 and 4 p. M. the greased pig w ill be turned loose. Gatcli him and lie is yours. 5:30 P.M.: Log-rolling contest, in front of Percival's dock. First prize, sis; second prize, all entrance money. Entrance fee, $2. At least three to enter. Entries closed July 2d, at 9p. M. The contest to be governed and rolled according to rules to be an nounced before contest, by the judges, I. C. Ellis, A. M. Rowe and George Brazel. Walking the greased pole. Prize, a fin suit of clothes. 9:30 p. M.: Grand free ball at the Armory. W Me this programme is official, it is subject to slight changes by the Com mittee. G. C. ISRAEL, Chairman. M. J. Cl'X NINOIIAM, Secretary. F. P. MCFADDLN, Manager. St rayed. A Jersey bull with brown points, no car marks, came to my place Thursday. Owner may have same by calling at my farm on Chambers prairie. Louis BARNARD. The Brvan Club lias decided upon holding nil informal meeting in Odd Fellows Hall, on the night of the 4th to receive the news from the Kansas City Convention. The grand ratifica tion will he held some time the week following. Bean the Kind You Have Always Bought Wantkd. —2,ooo young chickens at the Tony Faust Restaurant immediate ly. STATENEWS. A Brief Summary of News Gathered From all Parts of the State. The Baptist church at Garfield was destroyed by fire Wednesday evening. The school census of Tacoma, com pleted Thursday, shows a gain of 1,000 over last year. A sawmill with a capacity of 50,000 feet of lumber per day is to be erected at once at Central ia. Eight l'uvallup residences were en tered by thieves last week, aud con siderable booty obtained. The Spokane Board of School Direc tors the other day accepted plans for a new $30,000 school building. N. 1). (Dock) Swarthout has sold his meat market business to Connolly & Chambers, of Olympia, who will con tinue the business.— Shelton Tribune. The City Council of Davenport authorized the employment of two men to canvass the town and see that no one had been missed by the census enumerator. The gold receipts of the Seattle Government essay office up to Thurs day, the 21st inst., were $1,163,103.89, about one -half of which has come in since June Ist. The greater part of the wealth is from the Klondike. David Black, an old and respected resident of Aberdeen, in company with Joe I'elland and Clam Joe, both also of Aberdeen, were drowned Sat urday in tbe Chehalis river, opposite Lindstrom'B shipyard. They were in a large fish boat carrying four tons of iron casting for a donkey engine, when a stiff breeze capsized the boat. Pelland and Clam Joe were drunk and Black was no boatman. Comfort is to the body what good sense is to the mind. asfe* ?<Ki YOU CAN OBTAIN THE ONE AND DISPLAY THE OTHER BY BUYINB YOUR 1 -CLOTHING-1 ll> - Our special "LOUIIIII 01 JULY values are worthy of your j|g| careful attention. The SIO.OO Clay Worsted Suits will sell for - - $7.50 The 12.50 " " [best grade] will sell for 10.00 Tiie 15.00 English Meltons will go at - - - 13.00 The 15.00 Silk-mixed Worsted Suits for - 12.50 The 15.00 Fine Birdseyc Worsted Suits for - 12.75 The 1200 Black and Bluc " - 10.00 The 10.00 Cassitnere Suits in grey or brown - - 7.95 ti<H Tkc Cheviots and Tweeds 5.00 *-&& . Parents should bring their children to us if they want some tiling good and dressy for a small amount of nionev. We have 55552 fr<3& Uejernilned to sacriOce all profit in order to make this season's Sil sales greater than anv in the past. *£r?ir £ -?<s; 5^3 3 G. ROSENTHAL. | mmmmmamtmwmmmmwMM SWELL suits for small sums at" The Fair." SOMETHING to REMEMBER That no matter what prices others may quote on photo graphs, you can Always Do Better —at— COLLIER'S 1 GROUND FLOOR STUDIO. Ccrncr Fifth and Wukiggtoo Streets. Olrmpia, fUsb. Mppls Best $4 00 Cabinet Plat ino Photos on the Coast for Only $3.00. Cheaper prices for other sizes. IDA B. SMITH'S STUDIO, 520 Main Street, Olympia, Waiti. IJ. F. KEARNEY & CO., f ft ®. THE s # I RIG SITOR P I ® l/lU Ul V/ll J The Little Prices. • * m * * $ WE ARE GIVING THE * I Best Prizes! ifc j* iii IVi JJ WITH BAKING rOWDEIi 2J I Ever seen in me city, can ana see men. i $ W Hi m Klglieal Market Price Paid far Farm Produce. f*y ito Celebrated Coffees and Teas, Olympia, Wash. « UU J J l]3i})3l)j"^ Mason's Fruit Jars #««««««««««««« Pints, - - - 50c per Dozen Quarts, - - 65c « « One-half Gal. 75c « « ««««««#««*«««« OLYMPIA LUMBER AND MERCANTILE COMPANY TELEPHONE 3».. COB. FOURTH AND JEFFERSON STS. TRUSSES, All Kinds, All Sizes. Crutches, Bandages, Supporters, Water Bottles, Syringes, Bed Pans, Atomizers, Electric Belts, Batteries. o-o TO B. L. HILL DRUG CO. Odd Fellows Temple, Cor. Fifth and Main, Olympia, Wash. CHAMBERS & FREDSON, (Successors to Walter Chambers A Co^ lutcb, Packers and Jobbers BEEF, LAMB, PORK, VEAL AND MUTTON Highest price paid for all kinds of fat stock. Fourth and Washington Streets, . Olympia, Wash. Telephone No. 931. Geo. C* Isreal, ATTORXBY T 3L.AW OLYMPIA, WASH Oflice. Room 9, Byrne Block, corner Fourth am) Main Street*. Telephone Duml<cr, J74. JuueS, 1899. tf DON'T purchase your suit for the until you have seen what " The Fair" can give you in values ami prices. TIIE NEW OLYMffA THEATER For Hem tn Reasonable Terms.