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. w 1 111 q ii n n m Mil i 1 m ! i iw j I PSHBBBHHBB HhSk- ,-; - -? --iSt biCO. J- H0PPCS NEWS OF WORLD j JUNE 271 THTT 1 mm i i 1 1 1 ill I w indow I gvery ize for home and dee use. icker Siairs o o rir veranda or the parlor. !te litest and most elegant pholstered unges o o few to close out at ex- j optional bargain prices, w. I TELL WORTH A VISIT. O o I I bolstering and- Repairing. Q flopp & Co. it Leading Lture Dealers, M AND BETHEL 8TS. 1 WOH T "00 440H mt Ipers tosd Quality continue to ftatf with people of good tast F Judgment, and we Invite taati PPKtloa of our Una.. JIM B Includes all the moat ay- shades and styles, at pries from 15c s box apwar. LINE NOW DISPLATIL -AT- Nichols Co., Ltd. KING STREET SEW LINE OF Stanley and White Shirts. JUST IN es, Hose, Suspenders a"d Underwear. MM HATS, 5 and Wool Hats, Paja -waij.s. Trunks and Va- STREET. condensed GREAT ATTRACTIONS. Rain is failing in India. Footpads art- active in Sacramento. The Cuban frauds are not serious. Clyde Fitch has written a new play. More rioting is reported from Russia. English is to be used in Manila courts. The Klntuck has left Nagasaki for Se attle. Mrs. McKinley was gaining strength June IS. Ex-Senator Cheney of New Hampshire is dead. The butchers" strike in San Francisco is ended. A heavy snowfall has taken place in Colorado. An American railroad is to be built in Guatemala. San Diego wants a railroad to the Col orado rirer. Cold and drought have injured the Eastern crops. There was a small train smash- p at Napa last week. The conviction of Earl Russell for big amy is douttfuL Counterfeit American dollars are being coined in Mexico. Two more negroes were lynched last week in Louisiana A big company Is to operate the Ne vada copper mines. The Kaiser has predicted a long era of peace for his people. The new judges of the Philippine courts have taken the oath. A new fish hatchery has been estab lished at Redding, Cal. Several deaths have resulted in Chi cago of late from heat.' Rev. J. Dyer, the pioneer Methodist, died at Denver last week. A windstorm wrought great damage in South Dakota last week. The friends of the Boers held a big meeting in London June 19. The Indians of Washington have de clared war upon the whites. General Wm. Montgomery Gardner, veteran of two wars, is dead. The Russian plague commission has de clared Egypt infected territory- The Christian Endeavor Convention ended on June 16 at Santa Ana. The linseed oil trust has been absorb ed by the Standard Oil Company. Captain Reichman, U.S.A., says there is good discipline in the Boer army. The third trial of Dr. Kennedy in New York has resulted in a disagreement. Pingre wanted to bring the patriot Boers and their families to America. A German woman has made the first ascent of Mt. Gelmerhorn, Switzerland. Increased car fares led to a serious dis turbance in Rio de Janeiro last week. The Chicago Telephone Company fur nishes free luncheons to the hello girls. An Arctic vessel reports having spoken the whaler Bella Ana tn the North Seas. Lily Oelrichs, the heiress, is to marry Peter Donahue Martin of San Francisco. The bridge and trackmen on the Ca nadian Pacific have gone out on a strike. Creighton J. Foraker has been appoint ed United States Marshal of New Mex ico. Bryan has denied that be is affiliated with the third party movement in Geor gia. The troops of Cailles are to surrender according to a late dispatch from Ma nila. John Biddle of Pittsburg has been con victed of the murder of Thos. D. Kan ney. J. C. Stubbs is said to be slated to han dle the traffic of the big railroad com bine. A party of Yale College men will make a trip to the Arctic for fun and speci mens. Von Buelow's frank characterization of Bismarck is said to have given offexise to the Kaiser. One woman is suing another in Indian apolis for $5,000 for the loss of her hug band's love. Towne's oil company has incorporated at Austin, Texas, with a capital stock of J2.500.000. Germany" now favors arbitration. This is a decided cnange since ine nague conference. The National Editorial Association will In the future exclude all papers that of fer premiums. Commissioner Peck's report on the Par is Exposhition has been filed with the Government printer. Because he was discouraged in bis study of the English language, a Cuban boy committed suicide. The English attitude on the Chinese tariff is firmly opposed to the increase or duty on rice and opium. The Itata case has been dismissed, the commission finding that the United States' action was proper. C. W. Von der Hoogt, a Boer sympa thizer at Washington, says the Boers have gained great ground. Andrews Clark, Jr., son of the Senator, was married June 15 to Miss Mabel D. Foster at Butte, Montana. An alleged American is charged with murder in England. It is thought to be a case of mistaken identity. t Rapid transit by electrical system be tween Chicago and Milwaukee will be a fact by the first of next year. Wm. H. Young, who worked out the ideas of Howe in the sewing machine, died a pauper in Bridgeport, Conn. Mrs. Lulu Kennedy, because of having been found guilty of the murder of her husband, has been pent to the States prison of Kansas for the term of ten years. Andrew and Fred. Kramer, two chil dren aged 3 and 4 years, were roasted to death in a barn near Madison, (Talifor nia. The children had been playfcg with matches. . The passion play given by the Scheldt tribe of Indians near Vancouver, B. C was performed with much success. Over 2.500 Indians visited the scene of the primitive drama. Father Methodius has been transferred from Sitka to an obscure town on the Copper river. The change has caused much indignation among the Greek Cath olics of Alaska. The Hamburg-American Steamship Companv denies having broken faith with the Santa Fe Railroad, and will allow that system to handle the shore end of its new enterprise- The Brown University has raised the second million for its endowment fund. A Mexican recently tried to shoot ex Govemor Shephard of Washington in El Paso, Tex., last week. I Mascagni is coming to America. Allison is a Presidential possibility The capital of China will continue to be Peking. The Viscount Deerhurst has arrived in New York. The business outlook in the States is very bright. The Mexican building at Buffalo has been opened. The Gulf of California is to be tupped i by a railroad. An Indian outbreak is feared in North ern California. The reported Indian outbreak near Denver is false. The official time of the new warship ( Illinois is 17.45 knots. Miguel Otero has been re-appointed Governor of New Mexico. The Australian election law will prob ably be adopted in Cuba. The dam at Buena Vista is reported to be in an insecure condition. Cuban independence may be an accom plished fact by next Christmas. It is denied that political and other dis turbances continue in Colombia. Lipton has proposed a race across the j Atlantic to follow the cup series. War Department statistics show that 30,000 Filipinos have been captured. The work on the new electric line from Los Angeles to San Pedro has begun. The Leyland line steamer Assyrian is ashore off the coast of Newfoundland. Four people were killed in a train wreck at Flint, Michigan, on the 14th. Haggin. the California millionaire, will build a $1,000,000 mansion in New York. Seventy-seven per cent of the popula ; tion of England are residents of cities. Mrs. NW$erson of Sonoma took a head er off her bicycle which may prove fatal. Twenty-four messages can be sent over a single wire by a French inventor' sys tem. ' Hospitals that keep liquors for the use of their patients must pay the war reve nue tax. Emperor William recently led a sham battle near Berlin. The battle began at daybreak. j The Chinese of New York are making an organized campaign against the ex clusion law. Jules Henrivaux. the great glass man ufacturer, sa-ys that the coming age will be one of glass. The Detroit Athletic Club recently made several new records at the Sta dium in Buffalo. The Native Daughters of the Golden West will hold their next annual conven tion In Sacramento. Captain Impey of the Navy has been reduced ten numbers because he refused to pay a dentist's bill. Miss Ellen Lee, daughter of General Fltzhugh Lee, was married to Lieut. Rhea of Texas recently. An explosion in the cartridge factory at Les Moulineaux, France, resulted in the death of many people. The Leipsic Book Conference has not resulted in anything important as yet. j The body is composed of publishers. . Prof. Bronson of Lehigh University was badly hazed on the 13th by students he had "flunked" in his physics' classes. Prof. Deware of London has succeeded in liquefying hydrogen and carrying it through the streets of that city in a Jar. The population of the United Kingdom ! is 41,454,573, an increase in ten years of 3,721,656. Ireland shows a loss of popula tion. A bouquet containing a dagger was recently sent over the footlights to Sybil Sanderson while she was singing In Paris. Phillips, the corn broker, has $l,000,iX in different cities of the United' Sfates awaiting an expected turn in the corn situation. Lone Wolf and fifteen of his braves have entered a protest at Washington against the settlement of Oklahoma by the whites. A cruiser and twelve Government buildings were burned in a fire at St. Petersburg recently. The damage (lone j is 10,000,000 rubles. A Los Angeles burglar was recently scared from the house he was ransack ing by a talkative parrot. He left his bundle behind him. The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railways are to be consolidated with the Union Pacific. The Harriman syndicate is back of the deal. The places of the striking machinists in Detroit and Chicago are being filled by the engineering students of the Uni versity of Michigan. A park may be built in New York to include Frauncls Tavern, a resort of I Washington and other revolutionary characters on both sides. J. S. Waugh has been arrested in Santa Rosa for having sold a laundry which Mrs. Marie Bernard of San Fran cisco says was her property. J Sabas Banca, an American, was exe cuted at Chihuahua, Mexica, one lay last week for brutally murdering an aged Mexican merchant last August. ' Frank Connor, of the Watsonville Reg ister, was hurt last week by being hit with a loose pulley. It is thought that ' he has been injured Internally. The Trinity Copper Mines Company in- j tend building a railroad from their prop erty to the Southern Pacific railroad, something like eleven miles away. ' Henry S. Frick has become interested in projects for the Carnegie Museum of I Pittsburg. With his son he is visiting the famous museums of the old world. i Branches of the Canadian Pacific are ' being built in Manitoba to market their grain. The province will produce be- I tween 40,000,000 and 60,000,000 bushels of ' wheat. M. Drumont, one of the Algerian mem bers of the French Chamber of Deputies, attacked the Government so severely in a recent debate that he was forcibly ejected from the house. 1 A man arrested by the London police ' for the crimes of murder, arson and rob ' bery says he can prove an alibi. The crimes with which he is charged were ' committed in 189S. The prisoner was ar- rested in New Zealand in 1900. ! President Schwab of the steel trust re ' cently bought the Bethlehem steel works j for some New York bankers. After the purchase was made they changed their ' minds. Now he threatens to open the 'works and compete with the nx-n for whom the purchase was made, and great is their anxiety thereat. This week we are offering Boys' Golf Shirts, age 18 to 16 years, regular value $1 on sa'e at 65c. We call attention to our stock of Boys' Shirt Waists which was never so complete as now. We hire just opened a large shipment of Boys' colored and white Shirt Waists, laundered and unlaundered. Our Prices you will find the Lowest SPECIAL THIS WEEK- 9c per Yard. U Choice selection of Fine Lawns and Dimities, Jgood value, fast color, dainty patterns. This week only 9cts per yard. New assortment of Belts, Neck ware, latest style Ladies' Linen Col lars. All new goods just opened. Boys Wash Suit Regatta Sty!-; the kind that does not fade. Our prices are lower than inferior make. 1,500 paire Boys" Knee Pants in all sizes, special 40cts a pair. Great Values! This Week Only. 100 dozen Linen Huck Towels at $2.-5 a dozen. x Remnant Sale 4 Wash Goods; all this season's goods. Short and dress lengths. Over 500 Rem nants this week on sale. Every Rem nant must be sold. Pacific Import Qo. PROGRESS BLOCK FORT STREET. Attorney Henry C. Dibble, Jr., is dead. Farmers are wanted for the Indian ser vice. The United States cruiser Newark is at Suez. The new French submarine boat has proven a failure. The machinists' strike is soon to be ended on the Coast. The battleship Alabama has sailed from New York for Newark. Alleged charity workers have been ar reted in San Francisco. The Prince and Princess Hatzfeld are visiting the Western States. Chicago servant girls are forming a union and demand an 8-hour day. The survey for a railroad across West ern Alaska has Just been completed. Nome was swept by a disastrous blaze on May 28, the loss being estimated at $135,000. The steamer Nome City, first to arrive from Nome, reached Port Townsend June IS. Restaurant keepers and employes at San Francisco will soon adjust their dif ferences. ,s Coal mines in West Virginia with a ca pacity of Bix million tons a year have combined. The 126th anniversary of Bunker Hill was celebrated enthusiastically on the Mainland. M'Glade. the San Francisco alleged forger of salary warrants, is to have his fifth trial. The halibut fishing schooner White Wings is believed to have been lost on Vancouver. Several native judges in the Philip pines were accused of fraud and have been dismissed. While protecting a girl from abuse, Dr. John Jessup was shot by a drunken fath er In San Francisco. A fatal boiler explosion took place at Trinidad, Colorado. Two men were kill ed and several injured. The Southern Pacific Company is being sued for $50,000 damages for the death of a Pullman car porter. Berkeley, California, is to erect a church as a memorial to Bishop William Kip, the first Episcopal Bishop of Cali fornia. Labor unions are prepared to fight the Chinese. They will demand that the ex clusion law be re-enacted with amend ments. Judge Hariey of Butte, Montana, has awarded the Minnie Healy mine to F. August Heinz, deciding against the cop per trust Many men have been thrown out of employment at Newport News, employ ers suspending operations on account of the strikes. Craig-y-nos, Madame Patti's Welsh castle, was put up at auction, but was not sold owing to a false bid of $250,000 being made by an individual who did not want to buy. Five negroes were hanged on the same scaffold at the same moment at Sylva nia, Georgia, on the 13th Inst. The men met their deaths with stoical calmness. The culprits were said to beicng to a band of outlaws whose sworn purpose was to make war on the whites. Senator T. C. Piatt is said to favor Odell as his successor. The powers decline to permit Chinese troops to return to Peking. A mountain of sulphur has been dis covered in the Cassiar district. England is opposed to the increase of duty on Chinese rice and cereals. The stamp issue record so far this year exceeds that of the whole of 1900. The Union Pacific executive department may operate the Southern Pacific. The Kaiser has ordered a schooner yacht to be built in the United States. France will control the Yunnan road as Russia does the Manchurian line. Epworth Leaguers cf San Francisco are canvassint? for funds for a conven tion. A 20-round bout between Smith and Bernstein at LtTg Angeles was called a draw. David Belasco has refused to allow Re jane, the French actress, to play "Zaza." "Healer" Dowie declares that the Chi cago doctors have formed a plot to kid nap him. A fourth daughter was born to the Czarina on June 18. She will be called Anastasia. Shipments of horses to South Africa from Great Britain will continue during the summer. Flagler, the millionaire oil man, is to marry Mrs. Minnie Walkup-Ketcham, a Chicago widow. Thousands of boomers are waiting for the opening of the Indian lands of Okla homa reservation. It is reported that Botha has repudiat ed Krueger, and that he will continue peace negotiations. Emperor William, King Edward and the Czar will probably meet August 14 at the Berlin review. Kansas negroes have been purchasing revolvers of soldiers. They are in an ugly mood over a lynching.. Some New York swindlers, being de barred from the use of the mails, have made use of the express service. Emperor William has ordered the quadron commanded by Prince Henry to proceed to Cadiz to meet the returning squadron from China. The contract labor law is now practi cally nullified. Little attempt is being made to enforce it. and there has been much difficnlty in securing convictions. Antonio Joseph, Jr., son of the New Mexican Delegate to Congress, surprised his schoolmates at Jarvla Hall, Denver, by marrying the daughter of a poor Swedish carpenter. Texas rangers had. a severe engage ment near Laredo with a gang of Mexi can bandits guilty of three murders, in which one of the latter was killed and one made prisoner. The House Committee on Rivers and Harbors made a thorough investigation of the needs of San Francisco, Oakland and other places around San Francisco bay during their reosnt visit. Rev. C. G. Adams of San Francisco shot and killed Dr. John G. Jessup, who interfered when the former was abusing his daughter, Agnes Adams. The minis ter was under the influence of liquor. Earl Russell is to be charged with perjury-Ellen Beach Yaw, the California so prano, has won praise in Paris. Murderer Warburton has been convict ed in San Rafael and sent to prison for thirty years. Judge Palmer of Denver has cited min isters for contempt of court, carrying out his threat to punish those who criticized him. Walter Greer Campbell, charged with fraud by a Cincinnati man, is said to have secured a quarter of a million dol lars. A Mormon agent is seeking a conces sion from the Mexican Government for the purpose of fc-tTiing a thousand Mor mons. The transport Thomas, which sails from the Mainland on the 23d of July, will carry 600 teachers to the Philip pines. A pigeon became entangled in the electric wires at Redlands, Cal., and stopped the city's water supply for two hours. After lively fighting with the Mad Mul lah of Somaliland, a British expedition has captured supplies and killed many natives. The value of forests in the Philip pines is said to be great. The scarcity of labor will be the chief obstacle in lumbering. The Government Intends to make some Investigations regarding explosives. A board of officers has been appointed for that purpose. ( Colonels Infant and Gulvara, represent atives of General Cailles, have signed the name of their principal to an agreement to surrender at Manila on June It Forty-three young horses from Rancho del Paso, the horse ranch of J. B. Hag pin, the great horseman, in California, recently sold for $43,000 in New York. Mrs. Annis Lankershim of Los Angeles, who has just died, left no will. Her property has been filed upon by J. W. Mitchell, an attorney of that city. The lady left an estate valued at $1,000,000. At the Y. M. C. A. convention in Bos ton, on the 14th inst,, during the meeting held in the First BapUst Church, which was-being addressed by Dr. Hall of Chi cago, one of the audience took exception to his extremely modern views in evo lution. The foreman of the Southern Pacific lumber yard at Santa Monica, Cal., met a horrible death last week, by having his head crushed by two loads of lumber that projected from two cars he had just loaded, and which were, being moved by a switch engine. A St. Louis dispatch says: The J. B. Sickles Saddlery Company's plant, a 4 story building on the southwest corner of Twenty-first and Washington avenue, was destroyed by fire which broke out at 2 o'clock this morning. Tre fire was pre ceded by an explosion. Fire Chief Swing--stimates the damage to the Sickles plT,t at $300,000 to stock and $100,000 to the buildine. and to the Reynolds Car. riage Company at $50,000. The damage to Cellas' saloon will not exceed $16,000. The damage to the Lambert Pharmacy Com pany he estimates at $10,000. 0.