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THE SEATTLE STAR n, »aut en., nminn lon ilf.rneoM ..-.(■' ecu.tar >. M W IUJ, I X I I'll ASK. gyre* I hctims* linn ii use e.al r*. eBM Nil real, ler »«l. .> t.ejlrfll. (*ul. pel tneattl ili-lHrrad ky wall *i f.rti.i. Be free eop!*t Tnlephone ►=»,.... IhO • ■•a** >... nut - ■ I hid a....... Isl*r-U si lb* pr-.le*le- at Se. Wastilsf. inn. s. sewna-e1... mail.l Th* War drpartui. m explain* Its discrimination against Seatt by .tailug that the government ha* ex. tenatve facilities at San Francisco for economic*l despatching troopa to th* Philippines, and thai th* aoldleew ran be transported from the Raatern stile* to Man Francisco at let* expense than they can lie aent to this city The fact I* pointed out that the government possesses bar- j racks, storehouses, etc., at th* other port, and none here. Hence, accord ing to the Washington city official*. It is obligatory upon th* governe.ient ! to continue to despatch needed troops and supplies from San Francisco to Manila. Taking for granted the point* urg ed by the afore.a Id officials, II does by no means follow that the ship mem of troop* and supplies should continue Indefinitely from the Cali fornia port, merely because the gov ernment happen* to have a few building* and some .Iry-li-k facilities there. . Puget sound I* nearer to Manila, and 1* rhe natural point of departure fir troop* and supplies Intended for the Philippine*. As Asiatic commerce develops, Seattle will become the chief port of entry and of departure for veeeel* engag ed In the Iran. Pacific trade, and will be th* beat base for Unci* Mam to utilise In' equipping hi* ships foe th* Eastern seas If necessary fa. II Itl** and convenience* are lacking her* a* present, no time should be knot In providing them. The matter cannot be too vigorously pressed by the baistn*as men of Seattle upon congress at Its Best session ejs*w.s«s.^»*^^s* Washington Gladden ha* rendered the American f people a server* In pointing out that much of what *■■»* under the name of vested right* I* In reality vested wrong. In an article In a recent number of the Outlook, dealing with the overcapitalisation of trusts.. he sail, in referring to those corporations that operate un der municipal franchlaaatJfi . "Most of th* companies own the** fnuwht.** have Issued stock far In excess of their actual invest ment, have dtepoaed of th* stock tbu* Issued, and ar* charging enough for the service rendered to nay the divi dend* on all this watered stock. If they were content with a fair return oa what the plant ha* actually cost them, th* price of th* service could be greatly reduced. . A fair return on their actual. Investment . nobody grudge* them, but th* privilege of «"«»*: the community to pay dtvt denda oa two or three time* a* much money aa they have Invested Is go- Ing to be questioned ■ one of the** day* When th* ' reckoning day com** to our monopolies, some sharp iavwetlgatton may be made Into the fundamental equities of many of th»*» laetttutWne. Vested rights will be respected. I have no doubt but vested wrong* may be called to ac count." ' ?&'<*nßVa*lwdWi TWO WEALTHY ENGLISHMEN Go North to Impact Their iKlanntVs Mine*. Tha* Sarehate* a Or*** gross •I** *a*o*n.l4- the Man. baldt't f.....,.r. Steamer Humboldt. Cap!. Donnl* Held, sailed laat evening for Skagway and way poet* Among her passen gers waa E. C. Hawkins, chief engin eer of the Whit* Pass * Yukon rail way. H* came down on a hurried bueaa*** trip M Ksllsh. of San rraiwjleco, and ftlchsrd Sweaaey, of Eureka. Cat., two of th* stockholder* of the company operating th- Hum boldt, left leal evening M the at.am er for Vancouver T. S. Marsha and Jame* Mitch. I. wo rich English men, wer* included among th. pas senger* | They are members of a romsaay oontrollng a group of A!**- Mclaonaid'a Klondike mines. They ar* en rout* to Dawson Th* Hum- Mil had the following passsngers: i Dr. A M. Henderson. Mrs. A. M. Gilbert* Hawkins. Ma.on Hawk-; In*. Clarissa •' Hawkins, Howsrd ' Hawkins. Kufus Hawkins, Mr*. J. I riaytael. Chart** Meier, Mrs. Chartea Meier E. L Web*t»r. 9 11. Ames, ' Markham Whyte, Mr*. M F. Thump- . son, Mr*. John Montgomery, B. C. Hawking Mr" K. C Hawkins. A. D. Or ay. Fred Mills, C. F. Ev*n«. J I. Puss*. T. W. Holland.. Frank Fry*. fl J. Carter, Irene. Tru I'll. Mr*. M Conetarble, Anna Rngb.rtaon, Mart* Whit*. Mr* John It. Evan*. Mrs. M Morgan. Jame* Mitchell, T. S. .Mar shall. T. B. Sander. Mrs. P. R. Sand •r, H. K. Bander/ Ml** White. Mia. B. Sander, J H, Hobertson, It. Wood, John f"''Pp. Charles J. peter, Mrs. C. J. Peterson. J. B. Kelt on. W. It. Robertson M P. Beck. P. W. Prat er, M. Kallsii. H. Sweaaey. J. 11. Don. William Carry, J. I: McOrew, ; ,S. S. Holland. Ii I. Hurler. 8. R. t'shsr. J*m*s Martin, C P. Christian. ; John 11. In.ndhold. a S. tirokaw. M. C. Mellon. <"* Hoy.,,n William Wlg- I leaaworth. William Hinckley. 'i K. Petersen, Hugh Moreil. Tun Clark. John Manning, P. MrCorkl*. Thomas, Sullivan, J. Bourg.l*. E. Proctor, and , S3 steerage.,,, RAILWAY NOTES. A. E. Onrisen of th* Tlrllllps- ; Jtxlsrm Excursion company, left Be little last nlKht. ll* will visit Ohio, New Jersey, New York ml New Knalan-l, nnl Induce Immlgrallon !n Washington. In eonnectton with lis new lime schedule, the Northern Pa cific will place an extra sleeper on trains running from Heattls ar, 1 St. Paul to Cinnabar, at the entrance of the .-Hon stone National park. This deeper will 1.. for !he accommoda tion of the 1 .o Man* park travel. ilen.r Passenger Agent All. of Hi.- Seattle A International, return ed this morning from a trip 1.. Van . .in .1 Superintendent Millar, of th* Seattle a International, want oxer th* road In hi* special car to day for a tour of Inspection. C. F. in.iaiisii traveling freight agent for Hit Union Pacific, I* la Hi* city. The following statement of tile mileage of eight of the ling Amer ican railway* Is taken from III" Hal! way iluld* for June. Ip addition, the Chicago and Nmtliwe.tern Is building .'« mil** from Mad, tla. Mill nesota, I" th* lowa slate tin*. Mile* Chicago A Northwestern i»»i Canadian Pacific . IM4 Burlington route HJ3 Santa Fe ,s TIM «' M. * SI. Paul m .1 Southern Pacific 113$ ill.at Northern . |*TI Northern p... Ing . till ... F. II Parker, local agent for the Chicago a Northwestern Mm. is In Tacoma today. * a • A rumor I* afloat that th* I:.', hnmeaeeker*' rate may be discon tinued after Sunday when the new tlm* schedule* of th* Northern I's cmi- and Canadian Pacific road* Ml into effect. ,I\KEI.TO\ EXPECTED Chief William llnherton. of the Plnkerton National Secret Sera - '•..•ISfltd.l.'i-hiF e-aifij-., a. y.ltl» am* lime next week. Mr. Pinker ton will is. I the San Francisco and Portland branch oßlc**. and he will spend a day in Seattle before re turning Cast. Mr. Plnkerton la out on a pleaaur* trip, and also Inspect, tog the different branch allien oper ated by the agency. Detective Moffen*l»ln. .«f the laical detective force, la an old friend of Mr. Plnkerton. having served It year* In their service In liastern state* Mr Wappenatetn opened the Portland. Ore., olflce. and eerved In their employ there far two years FAIRBANKS DEPARTS Commissioner Off for Alaska. Senator Chart** W. Falrbanka. of th* joint high eommleslnner. Tefl yesterday on his Alaskan tour of In spection on lb* McCulloch The cut ter will stop at Departure bay for coal, and proceed thence to Silk*. where Oov. Drady and hi* family will be taken on board Prom there the McCulloch will proceed to the Lynn ranal roast The Fairbanks party was mad. up of the following: Senator Fairbanks. Mrs. Fairbanks Master Robert Fair* banks, J Karl llaln. secretary to Senator Fairbanks; Senator Poster, of Washington. Mrs. Poet**, of Ta ronu, E. <>. liravrs. of Seattle; It O. Evans, of Minnesota. MUCH BUILDING AT SPOKANE SPOKANE, Wash. Una ll.—There la a building boom of large propor tions now on in this city Every local firm of architects has under con- •traction or 1* about to let contracts for the erection of from a doaen to 10 building* of different kinds and description. Never since the rebuild ing days following the fir* has there been auch a large amount of build ing planned or under construction. Th» new work consists of big brick blocks, tenement houses, Lores of all els** and styles from little cot tages up to mansion* In fart. II la a particularly busy season for th* ar chitect as well aa for ail th* men In the building trades. THE MINING EXCHANGE Th* duly licensed mining broker* . held a meeting this morning at the I Seattle Mining Exchange, and pais ed the following resolution: "Itteolved, Hi th- duly licensed '■. mining brokers of Health-. Washing ton. In meeting assembled this lllh day of June, ia«ei That the Seattle Mining Exchange la hereby recog nised a. th.- official mining exchange of the said ens-. broker* within | said city." '• j~ Fall From the Window. LANCASTEII. Ps . June Adam I lender slept on th- sill of a window last night on account of the extreme heat. He fell to the ground, in feet, and died from his Injuries. It Was Bought Here.... The suit that the average dresser prides. Ask any average wearer in Seattle where he bought It. One hundred to one he'll say "Redelsheimer's." You're sure of fit and quality here. The price always right. $10.00, $12.50, $13.50 1 ■j.. $15,00, $16.50, $18.00 Boat and BlggOßt in the Stato J. REDELSHEIMEK & CO. 800.802 First Aye.. Cor. Columbia. emeus DAY Ii, T SEATTLE Arrangements for : Friday's Show. , ■ .I I. j OSE OF the limb., nn hum 1 farad* In Thirty Stations by * 1 Mutt Brilliantly Capmonsd 1 Multitude ■ . i, Circus 'Lay I* almost tier*. Antl. I inttinn I* about 1,1 give way to reallt • ! atlun. TVimnrrow. Friday, June II will wltnee. the arrival of Id,alius Bros.' long-expected big ah*** Ths fame of this wonderful institution i haa preceded It. and circus day will lag a rwcord-maklna event In th an jnal* of amusement In Una city. No one can afford M mi** the *how, for no one haa ever aeen anything to , compare with It. It ta not only the blggeat *h"w In th* world, but II i* also unquestionably Ih* best expon ent of high-class arentc entertain ment ever organised. The manage ment la not content to have one [great feature—every act In the ghow I* a great feature, l'lrat will be the magnificent free street pain.l- and ..pcnair .(ie.t.,,., Nothing to MM pare with this wonderful display ha* ever been ***n In America The procession leave* the sbow grounds ,'pVwiipliy'ai' i* clock, an-i in. i """""" ,i. over th* principle down town street*. Th. parade I* divided lnlo M mm 11 iru>. each of which 1. eaahi (,!*!.• In tts.-tf. and yet M beautifully blended aa to form a contlnuoue t vo mit* line of ever-changing color and ' brilliancy. Embraced m th- M sec tions are representation*, tat th" most famous military organisations of the world, all brilliantly uniformed a • cording 10 their nationality and rearl. merit, and wearing accoutrement* •** . cured from the gov*rnmeni* of th* several countries: a production of th* raring glories of th* ancient Cirrus Maximua and th* modern Derby Pay meet; an Inalo-llrltlsh flying-column, with more than a (core of huge war i eiephsnts drawing great raanoa. tiedouln*. on their tireless camel*. crossing the deetrt; a romi child ren'a par*. with tiny ca.es and beautifully earv*d miniature tableau i care, and many other divisional fea ture*. including WO handsomely-cap. art*..a* I. high-bred horse*. over lot float*, den* and open e.g.* of rare wild b**sts and Un bands of music, th* whole forming th* most brilliant ly artistic display ever ***n upon th. street, of any city In th* world. Th» first performance will be a rati al J ..Clock, and th* final on* at •' p. m. Th* door* will be open one jl hour before the performance, !.. af- , ford - visitors an opportunity la ex amine the magnificent *o.»leaa ' display. The exhibition open* witk the gorgeous historical spedicl4, "The. l-ssl Day of th" Century." and closee with a revival of the thrlttlni content* of lb* Roman hlpndrumel Th* Intervening performance ** gage* th* talent, of 10, ttar perform. »ra. who present an exhibition that , for novelty, brilliancy an **n**tton. al In in est baa never been duplies led. j I Reserved numbered seat* and ilmu. .lon* *how day at th* Stewart A i Holmes Drug company, at exactly th* sain* prtc* a* on th* exhibition ground*. The dreua will eahlhtt nppoeli* th* T. M, C. A. park, and lh* line of march win be aa follow* L*SV* lh* , ground* at » a. m . along Eleventh avenue to Madison. Seventh avenue to Pike. Pike to F.f to Washing ton street, to Second avenue, to like, to the ground*. VICTIMS MULTIPLY Many Are Found Near New Richmond. ST. PAI'I. Jun* IJ.—Many victims of th* new Richmond disaster have been found In the country adjoining the town. The sesreher* ..'lniet. the number of d.a thua scattered about within a 'listen' . of 10 mil**, • t 71. Injured victim* continue to arrive in SI. Paul. , Three relief train* came In today bringing M In tared to th. hospital- Three of those have already died. WEATHER FORECAST. ___ For (lealll*.and Vicinity.—Tonight and Friday, fair, warmer; weal to north wind*. So rain ha* fallen In th- past tl hour*, except a slight amount yea t-r lay morning on the Washington ! coast. '•.»-.! THE SEATTLE sTAIt. , Drops fS^llS^l SO'" of . ' TKi,lgs Ink 5^ BCI°W v„„ y *4*T!t& j limy lo Think y^^fe^illf '- Know SiTMENT IN THE SHOE TRADE Shoe business, whin it Aral started here, was a* small aa a eho. string, now II ha* grown lo the sire of a good Un yard! ._: . a LARGE BUSINESS GROWS lair" by wall doing. If human heads wer* less empty, and humsn hands nev.r bluniWei!_•***■* rjs^t-Vtjaio*** would improrw IN Mill t»F KVKIIYTIUNO, tbl* business Inipror^^is t jjr- .*« ■■■■-■ .."lei bigg each *ue*e«din« week. ( , . '", * ...;iswa.-.l|-- — ' MORE GOOD GRANDMOTHERS in them than other, but Hurrah! for the growth of Seattle, with It* new building*. It« splendid »torea. It* •<■ r.-«»irig commerce, and lie bigger, brighter future. What I* tru* In Bom* degrae of every etor*. I* conspicuously true of th.- Greater Hon March*. A GREAT TIDE OF" OPPORTUNITIES t.i .era the people well *weepe upon u» continually. "Too many In th* lot" for aome at.ire* to bur. that* why were offering; thousands and thousands of pair* or Shoe* for Men, Women and Children. A manufacture!'• arter-seaaon clean up. which cam* ■» us to sail at ONE-THIRD BELOW PREVAILING PRICES Lucky Hurt II i. •■•. far. Ilk* th. .t-am.hlp Par!., a.J be *lurk on rock* with such a lag cargo, but by lightening the price* we shall float off thla great load The whole of the upper aisl* In the old Blur* la filled with three shoes Two thousand feet of shoes, but more than two thousand shoes for feet! The sal* begins tomorrow morning. »• .ball have exlra salespeople « that particular aisle and will arrange extra wrapper* and cashiers. 11 la a splendid opportunity for a rash Inveetmenl. for one thing Is absolutely sure, whatever we may manage to do without, a* oust have ahoe*. The quantity la unlimited, buy aa many a* you Ilk.- for th* wool* family aril! want them at these price*. _ , . i..,». a ' "■'■'= Women's Shoes Men's Shoes MA. A thousand and five hundred pan. of Women. Shoe, of A I CI 0 C *•*••**» ™** . rWtln Calf Law-* tah.-ee. made on the Eng- At HhP. Mack Vlcl Kid. .Un,, liutt-t. or I^.-. made ii. th. newest Ml UI.tCJ luh,«"' Itulldos; tawa, flea ml • and dura hie. and the nl''UUw .«flt. with coin lor*, tipped with patent leather or kid. w. perfection of *lyl* «nd "good form." worth fairly a military heels, either medium, dree* or walking Bole*. Compared with our J*'*' and seventy-five cents. There are all «■.-• when the selling starts. regular low price*, they're worth a dollar and a half. There ar- all <"■' «" «»* wanted width* are here; rhoo** at a dollar and » quarter, slat* and width, th* pi... will be He. AeOO *,f»VM Shoe* of Tan ttusslaCalf and Illack Satin Calf. IIT JS/ UU lace, the flr»t have the etyllsh perforated toe, every a.: ai ICI WOMEN-* Shoe* of mark or Tan Vict KM. ■* th. Ilia, k ' fc »***•• ww. raair la new and up-to-date, worth by any known mea*- At thi AU ,n either tare or 1 it ion. he lan in lace only lilackor un use, three dollar* a pair. Over a thousand pair*, all the wasted aixc* "' I,l'^Ty with silk acting or clolh tope, newest, styles, carlo toe, and widths, at two dollars a pair. patent leather, lac* stays an-] ta* cap*, beet of the cobbler*' art. worth as > «-*<-» C~ &• Ci_l |*"> C" C* regularly I1C«1 and IS » a pair, price, thh. sale, "one-forty." ■■•IVIIOOC.O <^ I lv-"---' - r ~ " k ' . . r •,, * • Al fir Of Black VI. ior Tan Kid Skin, some with silk vest- Mai "f»fV 'MKS'I Shies of Russet, Kll-Skln. Chrome calf, or ill JSI /j Ing clolh and hid top*, lac* and buttoned, newest 'VI *}ll MUr» »"Id. i newest »hapte, ••Military." "Hull- ,% >"•'-*'. ..^n." ■ iiuMd-.* " -Military'- and "Opera" toes, sixes f T.V- dog." "Coin," and "laollar" To**, cloth vesting and kid HI, to t fairly worth a dollar and sevenly-flv* a-cnta a pair. Hie price tope, lace or but' (the lan shoe* in lac* only), sole of oak tan leather, rill be a doliar and a quarter. pliable, easy wearing, durable, values In the lot up to UM and 11.00. The /-» ij . i piDPTvI'Q Ci I—l IS, price will be a dollar and a half per pair, alt width* and *!***, of .our**, v^ nI I— l_-f I""* CI >* C 3 i^> I-1 V-* C_ , Al CI «-.«' The alaea range from *H toll. They are mad* of Soft -, <-. f J -1 rtO« A thousand pair* of lilac k Vlcl AT .UU Vlcl Kid or Tan Kid Skin, vesting cloth or kid top*. > nil [latnrn^ J.T HOP »- OaTon! a, Aye hundred pairs ,v v ww They air W.iHTII a dollar and a half, The price will yI.OU UAIUI UO ai vJUU T>n V(o| fj^eordj.^ ,11 aiae. be an even dollar a pair. and wMtha. ne.e.i toe, military he*l*. latest shapes and atyle* of the II CO n CHIIJHtKN'B Bhiwaa of Itlack or Tan Vlri Kid. spring rear "ninety-nine" value VBRT OOOD value 100, at a dollar and a half fIT HoC neela. attea 7to 11, value one dollar. Three hundred and a pslr and the prtc* will ie ninety-eight ceola. Www rifty pair , to sa-.l at firiy-eighl cents a pair. •£ BonMARCHE *' > — —- - Circus Parade I4JI N»|^| |l||ff |J|^iJfea IpilfiH I \,TMI WORLDS GREATEST SHOWS USe- I VWwORLtfS GREATEST SHOWS ..~~~™ — f |l*, *JjgaJ|| 1 tNjl*,- MONARCH OF THE -aaar- A <ri nA n i Z 1 / ■'/ /sPjXT ill J^jßk AMUSEMCNT WORLD. Y^ •--.-4- 1000 People »>♦ .•• L> < ~J Jjl f &L ' ,M» _ ■ itfW a^% 1 ->W Morses *• .« i jC«-" r^i -•A^^eJvjtP^'^Ajti-- »JH%a -.- r-, . JL^**Vk^ *jV 300 Performers ®'*-^ Jl^^!^2^^^* '** 25 Elephant, - .* «*. 300 Performers *** A\^\^^^^J<i%y^H*'*'?^^^2-i:^f <™n j c ff*\w. vJV K *".,' 3|W Jt»l*> ' t r 100 Dtns and Cages .* S^\ 111 5 BJg ArCn3S ** * 12 Acre, of Tent, ** fain l Aeri'll Enclave •* '*«V ' < A $3,700,000 Wed „* V J 4-t. 11a 1..1 Mile Race Track. £Ll \ *i4T siiT afifcU $7,400 Daily Expense*. A MAJESTIC. IBPOSIIO, IDEAL, PATRIOTIC SPECTACLE. I THE ONLY EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD "RESENTING Tnm ~ LAST DAYS^CENTURY 6!-HORSE ACT. I fill lilt rnw °r- THE LIGHT OF LIBERTY! A 1 ,r , HORCCC inowbwwo.atoxi.timb. I UIIIWI IV WW OVIB 1000 "tOPIC AND MUNOntSa or MOBBIB INTHICABT. O I «KI:D H*#llwlsi»ae PERFORMED BY OR] Ml 5. IS LOCKKART 3 SS,, ELEPHANT GQMEDIANS. ft . HERRSOUDER'S WONDERFUL FUNNY ELEPHANT BRASS BAND. c,i cus BIG kewspaiMe^oSn^fta Day onh roc. TicKirr admits ••■':" !,wa-I^i^vV-excursions ON rrilroads. ' CHItDBIN. UNDtr, „ Vf.a«» OLD. HalT .BICE. CULAI' LAbUKOIUIXO ALL I\HILt\UHL>O. ■ TWO COMPLIiTR EXHIBITIONS DAILY. AT » AND N P. M. . . . DOORS OPEN ONO HOUR CARLir.WJ. 11l T.HE ACKNOWLEDGED GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. . - Seattle. SeattlerFHday, June 16th Seattle. Seattle, Friday, June 16th fair-Reserved numbered aci ami admissions on show day without any advance in price at the Stewart A Holmes l Mug Co., First Avenue, foot of Cherry Street.