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j: Waist Patterns Coolest Slot e, in the 'City >Ho Shop Kin. -Our y Private Exchange 601. fSCiWt^nfS ,
X would cost double, the special sale price » " , ' 1 '~~ — '.l. l " J' \u25a0 1 '\u25a0'.'\u25a0 ' ' j "1 t aUoven. lace appliques.
ii for these 75c patterns, b<rgin- Inventor}' August First We will take large losses from now on to dear the broken lines and excess stock. Immense quantities of goods to be unloaded, and remark- embroidery.* braid, nets /
*t «J!!? Mo , nday I ; . ".." ' " .". - .. able special purchases to be exploited. Take advantage of these sales arid make quick \u25a0 money." We protect you by giving you one week to examine these sale goods wd spangled a P pKqu«. |/^
k 500 fine while India linon waist patterns, with : - X » ' r 1 — , .* — — — — -. . , v ..? ; — : — * : < . - ' ' . '- including many of sea- H I M\%
*\u25a0* wide embroidery to match the goods, in your home. Money, refunded to you then 11 they : are not perfectly satisfactory. :• • v- . • -- son's pretn"e»t effects, are SL.jf.rn
% full quantity material to maie anystyle q jjifferences between regular and sale prices may not be as great r as -some \u25a0 stores advertise; but comparison wul show where the real values are, and our reduced for imraec&ate / /
jf wwai t, worth $130. begianmg ghEZm • ,---.. , ,* J 1 1. .- - ~ — * -i clearance, from the al- / J^^
\ Monday . &*Jr*jr guarantee proves the legitimacy of our methods and merchandise. '. . . , f ,- , ; > -.\u25a0-•', - -... .-\u25a0 ] v -_ ready cut prices . .. . s JOm
k VWstsSt GootSs >^\ ~ ' m*^ *^ Hosiery —Untforv/Gas*
\ can Reproduce Them for." %||/ « W^M X WJ^/j>^ '^^^^», H l| /oTes
$ The assortment includes many of the sum- |j j-SB| • »^^^^ J^^^^^ 5^ SS^^ » A F^ na "
x mer's best selling lines. The savings to be made \\ ,^^^^P bim/W^^^^^^^ - goods worth 25c the pair, beginning Monday *"*»
\ l ?s lOSeWllOPatrOniZe arC frOm ° ne " i^P WW 3 *^^^ -: -SiS^^^i^ Women's Jersey^ribbed fight weight cotton vests,
|* wear. "worth 10c a yard, this «ale &C ly\ J£^^zM\ Hjjlr M %••« M^M M *B^ -^Kj# V^!^ Women's medium weight Egyptian cotton vests and
i Yf $125 the piece of 12 yard., beginning Monday, per * &MM y^^W • *%>% > \u25a0 B MSsTW B Mj^M M^ #A *« £ I*9 W \ Affl/fIA ™ bC " Cr ?? 0 ° ZTmcnt to be found Mywhere. colon
v yard 7c 1/ Wi ,^s Mm i£M *&.«*** WLB B B B&B B BLSteSB B v! \ xmt&M cream w^ te « eac h •• • • 340
*; 3200 yards Fancy White Lawns-Open work, lace pattern. m^f '( kU^ •« W »« niHIIIIW ««»\u25a0 « && J^^M M M Mii vr/ . '. . , c . \u0084 , ,n , ..
J- stripU a dor« T difierent deagns, . dabty fabric, Jway, 15c JS9 M ; \u25a0 ' ~" \\ -\u25a0 W : Women s imported Swiss ribbed lisle thread
% the yard, now '.% 100 /o^\sZ%K c nf u A n c Thf»c*» GJhnpc aro Wn««fh <H1 *Z(\ \' \ : V*' " * vests, hand crocheted necks, m white only, 50c
tf 2000 yards Fine India Llnon-40 inches wide, even threads. CS^^l^v Ot 1 tiese SflOeS are Wortn 3>«5.5U i^\ V X and 75c values, each .. . . . . . . .7 380
ft. absolutely flawless, worth 25c, for this sale, yard .- - 12c a e~> i t«i a. x*r«il nit l T« j •'ui-'i • ' 'k ""'•' I * — i— — — — __^______^__
% Finest English Longcioth— Made of b«t long fiber cot- A bale That Will Make Trade History llSi^!!!I>/
•a/ ton, a perfectly finished fabric, suitable for underwear, tkirts, etc. •.-,,, ,- '«•\u25a0'. W^Mt&tyWk 4!* m ffw *\u25a0 *-* \u25a0\u25a0 mi ffj. jg _,_ . W IfllF^.
J. a $1.50 piece of 12 yards, now $1.20 Months of planning and preparation have made possible this remarkable shoe sale. Think v##lr€r#^ -r jC##«lBc?lj VtSsFG
*; \ /^^^ of buyvig a pair of strictly up-to-date patent leather or tan shoes uith large eyelets and
£. : Russian Linen Crash Toweling — Full ; r^^^^S*-^-./^^^k. broad silk laces for a dollar a pair. Hundreds of pairs of that description are included in >^WN^v A Stupendous Offering
&" I width for rollers — the best wearing crash ; l^^^^^^^^ml^^» this gigantic offering. They of course could not be made to sell for .double or three times the jvr 7a » r> « + \7^ T"
X ; made — choice of the 1 0c quality in A2f* ! \^^^^^^^^^^^ Sw money; but some of them are manufacturers' samples ; some of them were gotten out too late s^!!%w^ Aleriden S, tSntannia CO. S
*I ; brown or bleached, yard .... r i by the maker to ship to the dealer who ordered them ; some of them are slightly soiled or $L \u25a0 \^^^^^J' and "1847" Rogers Bros/
Jfc° <^^~>-%~«*«^«^^«>^mv«*^«*^~**«m*~v^^ scratched in the course of making. Whoever buys a pair of these shoes will never forget' or : ' T~ ! """" ""
| c 5,000 Yards Swiss Novelties— Fancy embroidered effects, "^^ V^^^^s^ regret coming to the Emporium's dollar shoe sale. - Mm^\^^^^^ Ware at About Half
fc - h^ h , col ? z - luches lender, nile, etc^ ralues _ In the great 5000 pair lot are ladies' Oxfords, Juliettes, Slippers, Sandals, lace and button . " ", 7T Tj ~
I: 2m yarrStrlpe PP d nC Ze P hyr Madras-X 20c q na%. iZ shoe . s ' in .~ P atenl kid ' white CanVa j' f an H many other styles ; r Tl^T 1^ r V W " C J V
* latest colorings, correct styles for either waists or dresses — _, I men's Romeos, house slippers, Oxfords for dancing, Fausts and Cavalier jt&B§!!sSßm °' "^ e 2ibove famous makes, secured by our
| fan colors, a 20c value for. yard £C 0& yA slippers, Romeos and Pumps for the boys. J&BB^P buyer now in the East and hurried « out to U3,
, Figured Sateens— Black, navy and [French blues, with _ Pv/7[ I__ Some of these goods are worth $3.50 ; some of them $3.00; mmSSS^^ oo^ nn «aU tn-mnrrnw at thf» oreat stvitict^ i*n
i- nfal %T\r\\ n«Ki»rn» a X^r r-»lnc vktA -mO ' fc> Jr /I \ •*- -x I 111 *ICA 1 J II • • .!• 1 ffOCS On Sdie 10-lilOrTO>V, al UIC glCdl SaVUJg3 111-
X I(^r "T Cf? 1 i. arf'/S ' ' J I*' 'c'.J, i F*^ I the bulk are $2.50 \value and all sizes are represented in the — "^ > jl 1 c• v • •• - t j»l
»,* 3600 yards 32 inch Printed Flannelette Suiting— in /~~ J 1 l \' ' dicated below, liach piece is guaranteed the
g pdedstrS brochc%ffects. O e^St P Sd r arkcolor7 P !l dt ' (Z^^ \u25a0 Sale commences at 8:30 tomorrow morning in specially arranged 'jsk' ' genuine article, -warranted quadruple plate on
I %w?/ r f" c^o fr^c c ml^ t0 'J 'V ' v"v f5 >4^fc^%\ section on first floor adjoining the shoe department Many -.= y ' hard white metal. The forks and spoons are
* Mercerized Oxiorcs — W hite pounds, small neat black *-» /a ,<*g /;§§s§Ss^ON&\ i i -n i • J met, mffir^oi' „ . j X i . jr ii •i . m 'TIM _:«,:..»•.•..,;
* dots, as pretty a, silk, 30 bch«^wide. 35c value, yard/ 2c if -^ l^^»m extra salespeople will be in attendance. ..^. , ... , ; -. • . \^^^M§%- | plated hill weight silver on, nickel silver.
X J^ l^^^^^f^^^ '"'' '\u25a0 \u25a0 ' ''•' ' M^^W^ftif <<!^ $1.25 individual butter dishes, satin finish _. . 750
i f&& ' <&i&Sfrfl[?J7tnbßV/rt*&&Ed^£4e± «r*rit&&m J^^^^^ $5.00 oblong su^ar bowl beautifully polished. . . . .$2.85
t BBGZZ MS &£&%.&£? <&£&£&&& <kp|i "^^^^S^^B^s. F^^^M @^^^^^f^& J&^?WM *J^ $6.00 one pint oblong coffee pot . . _ $3.95
| San Francisco Was Out || MW • ' . « i^^ g5B S^oid^ oSbfaihT! V. !I I ! SJSS
£i s After These Last Saturday / Tlni figgy $325 round trays (11-inch) satin finish $2.15
* _ _ i - jp. *m » rf fpn «» $325 beaded edge, 9-bch oblong tray» $2.00
t You can buy two or even three or four handker- E&ZSlßfre^ M £Slff*iP* GzSßß+WS&tn^ 2&W Rmßfi¥ Sr*B*Bff£S*£& $3 JO beaded edge. 1 1 -bch oblong tray. 52.25
X chiefsnowfor the ordinary price of one. There', at <&UUU [ r&BF*& L&&G %J?offf*l€3SlM& .;,«#»! K~l 8W29 $6.00 full «ze coffee pot. new ahape, $4.15
J' least a hundred styles to select from— all are new, per- Our buyer now m the Eastern market has made a great purchase from a prominent curtain manufacturer, a clean-up of the season**; pattetffc it' fully-^lhird *Oadet r tne pneef fee will hare to pey ?, * § *1847" Rogers^ BrOS.* WaTO
X feet and attractive. for our regular stocks, and beginning Monday morning 3000 pairs of these curtahu oWded into sa grou^ * lp^ $t JO set of 6 teaspoons, fancy pattern . . . . . : . 89 O
X Women's handkerchiefs, 10c to 1 2 #C Styles •. 4O White and ecru lace curtains, stout net, prettily patterned, 3 yds. long and 40 inches gg€&o%- • White and Arabian lace curtains— 3 3-8 yds. long. 50 inches wide, in Brussels if 4Q $2.50 set of 6 dessert spoons, fancy pattern £l'Z%
* Women's choicest Isc handkerchiefs for ... • 8C wide, worth 75c the pair, will be ,-: • •- .^&&O;< f /*** plain .effects, the quaKty always «>IJ at $l/ 5 the pair, tlus «le .. .&Mm*& giS S!f 6 U's2
* Su-iss embroidered and lace handkerchiefs .. . 100 White and beige lace curtains, all new pattern,. 3 yds. by 45 inches, worth $ 1. 1 5 ? Qf% Ecm and Arab lace curt^nO^ yds. lor«. and m 2 width,, 50 inches or 60 |-g ot b «* •*»• j;;;;; * |/;|g
Women's pure linen 50c handkerchiefs .. . . 250 Ac p*^. are marked . ... ... • . ,::. , . :• • r .BH±ev worth at least $2.00 thepair. for. ..^. . . \u25a0;._... .. . . 25c children-, kntve. or forks, each .... f So
J Men** 1 0c colored border handkerchiefs. -.. Go Whlte and ™* c [ a f c curtalns-3 yds. by 45 incW new de^gn, plain effect. QO^ cord^ cff^ 3^ lo^ " d 50 50c butter knive. or sugar shells 290
X Men's I2^c white hemstitched, and others. .. 7o cnrUm> BOod ca ° Ugh *" Jnw> "^ WOrth $ ' J5 Ac *"*' >pmal ' "• ' -, ? mche, wide, the $225 kind, per pau .. .. . ... . *pmm**** g3O «» rf 6«« ««. fcr JJ^O
»,* « « i | C .....,, „• • . » J» i ' -; * \u25a0- • • \u25a0 $/.w set or o trmt torss, tor ........... 51. 23
%>% > Mens 1 5c cambnc initial handkerchiefs ... . 9o ;"^ ___ _ _ M 2=» V -\u25a0«**,* -^» «•» -_^« - J^V^V $430 ash knife and fork, the set $3.23
* Men's 25c mercerized handkerchiefs, at .... 12c /^fesP^ Women's Suits, GoatS, WaiStS and SklMS .-" ll§£JL
\ Men; s pure linen 25c handkerchiefs 15c J^^^^ At Prices Which Set a New Pace For Our Imitators lPip ; m jr n I **~
g. Men|a pure linen 35c handkerchiefs \23i? \u25a0 Handsome silk shirt waist dresses, silk suits and tailor made, street and outing suits, including some o( the prettiest and most -attractive k^/ ' BO^fS mSBHMS 35 C
U Men S pure linen 50c handkerchiefs 33C 2^Mo^^S^Mf\ Bl y les &°' wn lllia y***' are reduce d {rom one-third to more than half, to dose them quickly while there is still months of wear ahead; • .
v tjfm = piJ®:^F»^ PA For suits that were up to $17.5^^^ 2,000 pairs knee pants,made of good brown
i- PettiCOatS, Wrappers, EtC. \l| 1 Short lineof silk shirtwaist dresses and silk and $1, a number of attractive styles for this sale- .OU V* f^OMWM mixtures, blue cheviot, gray and black and
| Seasonable Appare, in the ? 98C f^Bl! T^
5* Women's Outfitting Depfs S^^SllAlj brown, navy and black— every one of them a dist.net and special cmo o a ry. many y * / W*MMWfIM Seam 3, treble Stitched, eXCelSlor Waist bands
£ — : s2M*£*s^Mi twgain. /' . • Fine Sheer Lawn Waists— Trimmed with dainty laces, a few YMEMWJ&k,. and buttons for susnender^ 3 noclcW*. wnrtK
i At Very Special Reductions. »AA For suits that have nev-er been sold for tan lawns, piped in red in this lot, marked for this £| | MJ K«^ ™ v^Utt Wn^«
I Summer weight black moreen petticoat with deep flounce \1 C Afl '- *» $25.00. $27.50. $30.00 and qu.ck dupos.Uon ... ._ • ........ .•t?l . 1 0 *g»f^ C f 7^ leMt « beginning -_
J' nsiihed with double ruSe. 5 bands of tailor strapping and under- 4 m\) | •) A lf «P s(> r notaL!e , pn^V^o™ for BUmm « /fk \u25a0/\/v ' For Silk Coats, short lots of Don and short W/F/ffli \» 1? • Monday, . pair «9«^€^
V Bounce. PetticoaU tucked wide and full and per- QA A F^ffiwfil MM 7 *^' V V 1905, dressy and effective silk dresses, suit- IT C 111 l blouse jackets, together with a few coats with capes ft f f/i //w/KJEdI FLOOR
*; feet han^g-a regular $IJS value for £7o€? ffl\\\\w\ , V fo ' f^ .allmg. alImg ° f , theatc ' wcar ' 3^*l gljl that were marked up to $9.50, to be closed out at If'/// /' jS/LffWTh>v U^
J Lawn dressing sacques-m many attractive desigm, such I\\\\l\ T7T 7 "^ ? TT ""v? '*? . ~ V*/© VV fiv e dollar , /J /jF^ a\ ' "Z : '\u25a0 '
I WKmmlMm^ 1 !SSs^l#PP^ffi^i work shirts, 35c
I t^ZH^r **T "."^" " c "** 45C /f. n\V\ CIQ 7C ««t-nffl: »7 Sil \u25a0S^St'Si'ffi^a-'^iS' fi Llffl Hk- I Men ' 5 working .iirb. of good flouj twffled deck
i LaX^dpetLcVrappcr.-i.iii.p^X^o^ /I \\ TOY, JK|f|. /J) E*JES ( S.Cj.aS.S= V U,...h cy \u0084« wo«h \u0084 k» $10.00 w $13.50. '^PW^J and madras, in a vari e ty of dark blue stripe,
5 &rljJ u! i^ d^^ > S^^ b S t^i£ -imhiiißX v l^^", A^'JiiL'jtZStrJZ a <a AA F««m.J t il*'«-»'..«^-a.i ! *-i*i to.. , cutMandweaand warranted to weai. in-
g SECOND FLOOR ' . SECOND FLOOR ' ; ;V4" #V "-»'ab^^^^^^
11 Furniture; Carpets and Runs I Ribbons I \u25a0 a ;<**iw« l V We've Remorselessly Cut Price, on
| m V ±m t £m.***J* m J^^L - Hou^rnisl^as end C^kery
tt ElSeWfieif* £n Gs*iifn»*mis» t ..\u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0-\u25a0 . \u25a0•;\u25a0: .. Coff«»^— Our 35r I»v» und Mochl It. 9fln Beginning Monday a speaal sale of semi-porcelain ware, 25c 10-qt. Uahramzed 40c .Le m on ado
* Tl7 Tl 1 .V «»«^™#TB#II UaUfOrnSa In respond to many reque-, we repeat last .gg!s^a J Ji^ Water Bucket*. . ISO Straws. 300 fa b«J
fwe seu only the product ot the best himiture makers, artistic well constructed week ' t »* le of uffeU ribbons, ai about half olives— Bouquet 43 Queen ©Uves, about half. regular prices. - : *1 00 Dutdi Baka Ovens ;; X m *°P
pieoes, made to wear a life-time with proper care. You^ will find these deDartmrnt* plice - w « °«»r »<>«» «cc«»W ribbon .ale worth 3sc bottle -:...../. : 250 35cQuan Milk Pitcher., for \u25a0. . -. ; . . . ..-£ .. . . 190 ?'. 7Qo iScTr/oodSaka^^p**
5? at all times brimfllll of mon^ «,vi*n« ™™1 lOU WIU lina Uiese aepartmentS \u25a0 , k gmaiteo ; ea^ h &£& Ham-Bert Eartemiigar cured. Ib .. f SO 16 2-3 c Pi & LW^Breakfasl and Soup Plato, each WO • .fUO l3cWood3alkß««^o
gat all UmeS -DXimlllll Ot money-Saving OpportUnitieSr-a • f eW Of the extra pnee CUtS Sardlnes-D. and G boneless. ;tia 150 25c Salad Bowls, reduced to" ... .. . . ... . .120 75c Sloo Repair Outfit,
5 for the coming week are told of in this ad. : \u25a0 S^SS^^S toe«fliHa,<kw.ro,^Oo MrtPltoW^ If| .... /T. 490 10 ... .too
»' ti i a n i i 1.1 ii . , \u25a0,-\u25a0 i-i"-' nbbonf are aU bright, new good, and the Emporlam Baking Powder-lJb. tin'-. ; ;370 11 in 20c size \u25a0 fOo 14 in. 50c size .. . 30© ,' \u25a0 -
g Cobblef Ann Rocker—ln solid golden oak. and A good eojid oak extension table 42-inch top. width. advertUed below come in .Uirtaple W.,-.-,..-ajfo ,2 in!! 25c size .. . #5o 16 in?. 75c dze .. . 400 50c box Coffee Mi&. . 500 UHogapW Tny.
* nnitahon mahogany, a good comfortable well- wiD seat 8 persons, for .. . . $12*00 \ s?)onngi. ? V Kentucky BeiieWhißkey-Fun q'u McUitifc for 13 uu 35cdze, . . . 200 . ... .. . .390 .' . .. . . ,250
$ made chair, worth at least $5.50. dm i week, AxmfitSter RugS-Uxp enough to % .frVW t^ff^V* ' •'• -fS JeaCap, and Saucer,. w«th2oc .... . . . Uty 25c Window Screen. .. SOcFeatLexDn-enreo
H ..S3mds \,^A .',,*. rr,^ (Q « 19^ U j 18c, 3 inch nbbons, yd. f^C Osc / tmsle bo«tle» 200 $ 1 25 Decorated China Cake Hates . SUO 100
g Oak Frame Screen-66 inches high! 3 fold,; SST )( fefe . \u0084.( ^ And Many Other Good Values $4.00 Ideal lice CW, $l °
J covered with silkolme, regularly $3.00, this han(lsom « desl B n c ''.' ' ! 9< S ' U U. — — " '--•-- «^«»_ ; —- . Odd Pieces of tone of our best .dKna Carlsbad Freezer. ... $1.88 '' ' -$ 3'B*3 ' 8 *
X week- -• • $1.95 S>ra y Tna KUgS— Dame Size aS above, a heavy id^a— MSR^. **»*jf ' China Dinner Sets. \u25a0to be clewed out at One-third off j250 Bissell's Carpet P Haaclle »- 25 O
i ™**JM*«*f*^^ or'^den'oak^ " l^^^Si gSo^P^g^^^ Sleeper,. . SISS 51.00 Oo^ RacT.
5 round bent glass, minor top, worth $22.50. A i^S? r r c^: d.:^_loa r/. .* I&(/C ! .JVs/s^s3^^^i^2rv^?SS>^ $5.00 Bench Wrings . >:/..• •\u25a0\u25a0r-:.?9o
% thisweek 5 /ff#sO ' Axminster. RugS— 26 X 54 mcheva good V2^^^^Z^J^ynfe^^J/B^J^/" $2.40 Breakfast Plato, now-doz. ....... V.- 55.95 50c Nkkel Towel Rack,
* Extension Table— 4B-inch top, golden quar- n qlaUq 1 aUt S' ?**o*'', * A ' • V ' #?' 5 ? JLJ £*&&&§*& 75 - c t^ T H*!?' nov^ doz . • " fg° $2.00 Screen Door,, 2 ft. • 350
** ter-Mwed oak. the polished leg. 5 inchab diameter- BeSt Body . Brussels Carpets — Sewed, \u25a0^r;MM^*^^-MM*7€Smri^o'mWfMML s^ 33c Pickle Duhes. now-each .............. 24p 6 in. by 6ft6 in ; com- $130 Galvanized Ash
i the 6 ft. length for \u0084. . . . $2 2. 50 > lined and laid, yd. •• • ... $1.50 IHI I INI I Hill I | if 90,, Meat Platters. 6O© ; 60c ones . .... . .400 p^o. . . $1.50 Barrel,. .. . 980
* t,S i W Io'I 0 ' f??*2° Best 10-Wire Tapestry Carpet-Sewed. lirfW ' 1^ „ - Ha^n^Decorated China Pieces left over from one $2.00 Wood Fra m c 35c good Corn Broom, .
I lh '- l 0 h - lec^ for $27.50 lined and laid, yd. $1.10 and $1.00 '«ggpg»^ AMERICA'S GRANDEST STORE o{ OUT b«r selling dinner sets, now one-quarter off. Wringer, \u25a0 \u25a0 $1.49 19c
SLAYER OF EIGHT MEN
CAUGHT BY MARSHAL
3tan Wanted for 3lurder ia
Virginia Is Captured in
Northwest.
Special Dlepatch to Th« CmIL
TACOMA. July B.— Hezeklah Hall, a
Virginian, vras captured at Toledo Friday
night by Marshal Lyons. . Hall is wanted
for killing John Grubb at Jonesvllle, Va.,
on June 25. 1904. He admits his Identity
and says he shot Grubb three times.. He
adds that he was being attacked by
Grubb. j
Hall came to Toledo last July and has
been about there and at The Dalles. Or.,
since dodging officers, as he knew he
was being shadowed. Yesterday he and
a relative, Dave Smith, went Into To-
ledo and got drunk. Marshal Lyon
watched them, and after they went . out
to the edge of the town and lay down
to sleep he captured Hall. Even thougrh
handcuffed Hall made a desperate ' right
for liberty. J On the way to town Hall de
clared he had killed eight men.
DEMEXTED "WOaiAN" DOES NOT
KNOW WHEREABOUTS OF FAMILY
Unfortunate Arrested In Walla Walla
Unable to Tell Ofllcers Who .
She Is.
TACOMA, July B.— A woman* whose
name, is supposed to be /Louise Folms
bee, but .whoso a identity Is a 'mystery,
will be taken from Walla Walla to^.the
State Hospital \ for the . Insane at Medi
cal Lake to-morrow. Mrs. Folmsbee ap
peared on the streets of Walla^Walla sev
eral weeks ago. *•" Mrs.- Folmsbee is un
able to give any Information to; the
officers. She asserts that she has -a
husband and several children, . but ils
\u25a0 liHltfliffMßiH Will" frill 111 ml"! H iiiiiiMfriaiii ii II \u25a0 i mi \u25a0 i STS T. r rf -
THE SAN FRANCISCO GALL, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1905J
unable to remember where they reside
or how she reached jWalla, Walla.
GATHERING AT i PORTLAND -:
: FOR PHARMACEUTICAL CONGRESS
Dnmists From* All Parts of the Pacific
Coast Will Attend; Meeting ot
the Craft.
PORTLAND, On, July B.—Pharma
cists from all parts of the Pacifle \ Coast
have begun , to assemble to take fpart ; in*
the Lewis and ; Clark }.} Pharmaceutical
Congress which will convene at' the ex
position : grounds J;on-i July, ll. : V As an
outgrowth fof thlar congress • it' Is : be
lieved that a permanent association of
pharmaclßts ;6f ., the. Pacific } Coast C will
be .formed- VAn; ; elaborate^ programme
has '-. been S arranged;^'^ which f; I Includes
many "speakerslof /national fprbminenca
In^the.craftandithe; subjects. to, be coy^j
ered! lnclude -nearly, every phase of the
business. '\u25a0'. ;'.\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 <sZ<'.-C;^' : -.'~\ >* :'\u25a0\u25a0 :
LOG EOLLING CONTEST
FOE MODERN WOODMEN
Members tot Pre
; paririgifor BigvGathering
on Admission; Day .
Special Dispatch to '.Th« CWI.
VALJ-.EJO,;, "July ' B.^— The T: Modern
Woodmen of . America .of "\u25a0 iri
conjunction (.with r the members *of this'
fraternity ;\u25a0;: of „•* Napa,'. San } Francisco,'
Oakland, r Alameda, :Frultyale." ! - liHealds
burg,'.Uklah,:" Santa r Rosa,
San V Jose 4 and V numerous? other
and towns i whox are f members ft of <'' the
Bay J Counties "rLbgrßollingj 1 Association, 1
are \u25a0\u25a0 preparlng^for,*the big annual 3 log^
rollingi meeting iwhichi will ibelheidji In
Napa jon September \u25a09. There will \u25a0be
special excursions from many cities run
to Napa and it is expected that at least
1200: members" of the "Woodmen will "be
lnf attendance.' .> There "will be 'athletic
contests \u25a0 and dancing during • the:after
noon \u25a0 and ' ln the = evening:. the bbisg s log-,
rolling^ contest,": In which frhany . of the
lodges have entered- teams,' will ' be
held."
CONTRACT, LET FOR BUSINESS
" . ; ;-} BLOCK TO i COST $60,000
Handsome . Edifice Will Be ; Erected ion
: : - South 1 First Street In San
'Jose.
fb* SAN * JOSE, July . B.— A ; contract was
filed I to"-day .\u25a0 for the t erection -"of a**, busi-]
Iness iblockf to ,^ cost ; $60,000 : on ; South
First t street, \ between : San ; Antonio /and
San V Fernando,'^ -owned by Kuhn. Har- 1
rls'^ & : : . Wayland. The • new seven
story \u25a0 structure being : erected by tho
Garden City . xiank .Is> In \u25a0 this block, r v
FEARS HARM ; RAS BEFALLEN
AJDVEJfTURQUS 3EUU YOCTH
No Tl dinars of J. 31. Loire Have Been
, Received by His Relatives In
i Two Montna,.
v- ; SELAIA, July '\u25a0 B.^-J. ' M. Lowe, who
lelt here five mo'ntha ago. to endeavor
to locate a gold mine in Mexico which
was revealed to him in a ' trance, has
disappeared so far as his friends: and
relatives can ascertain and his brother.
.Walter ..« Lowe, who is a Southern ' Pa-_
clficf conductor.: fears ;that the young
man has met; with foulplay. : His rel
atives have had no letter'f rom hlni for
about two months. : *
t;- Lowe 1 , was '-backed >in his, venture to
the . extent ' of -several .- hundred dollars
by f 4 local '» capitalists. ' Lowe's backers
do Vnot ' think ; any,; misfortune has'over
taken' him,' but are Inclined , to the the
ory *-. that * the \ young \u25a0 man I feels that ihe
has been on ' a wild goose 'chase and Is
disinclined to communicate wjth
friends or return home.
FORTY-FIVE CARS OF FRtTIT
SHIPPED FROM , SACRAMENTO
Load Shipped From* Newcastle la' Sold
In Toronto Auction Rooms
for 81070.
SACRAMENTO, July, B.— The Call
fornra Fruit 1 Distributors shipped rfor
ty-five cars'of deciduous fruit to East
ern auction rooms to-day. As . to-day
was Saturday the auction sales wera
few. The only < one reported -up *to a
late hour ; this afternoon was thesala
of a car from Newcastle,* sold In Toron
to.** Canada. The fruit arrived in tho
market in good condition and the car
grossed $1070.
When such ' strenuous method* ar*
necessary :to prevent people drinking
Rainier Beer it la pretty good evld«nc«
that: It is good beer to drink. ... - *
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