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_ THE SEATTLE STAR 1. 1. »eiu»ci>.. niiitun •as*■ • ■", in ..■ . .. ... .i * —-" '*.■"■•.-.- t.ery sti*ias,..|i ea..,»i ► under. S. 11. v. sn - IK. r. I'IIABK. fasiT's I lit M.M Maaaata ■ ■ I ■ i . ' I .1 ..11.1. S, I '■— ■ i.* . **i r*l reeyi sit .stall yet »c*», • l»Mla »,« real* per Inonia sl.ll.erssil By Basil *. isiii.is Re nee -, *- l*l*aht.,a. tf-UUsa^cTo. •,*,... Ma. I 1,11 • • third ........ em »^j—^saMyisi**.*., ■•■ W^^*t|^l<MM^.»S*W>#WWMlMWbWPWWWt Isi.is.l Its *sssal.*"e» SlSesllle Willi lilt lee, as •*-«*> lata a*ii.r Th* commercial travel, is st th* l'nlia-d States now feel the m*lt«n Influence* of tbe trusts. Thousand* of them have been notified recently lhat their irri lc, - will not be requir ed. Several of the -_,'s( combines hire dispense,l wllh nearly all ettltt. • nee In the way "! road salesmen. As a contequence, the country and city hotel* will suffer, for many of til* li.aatelrte* pant largely upon lit* drummer* tor patronage. The Irvery stable, will be effectr-l lo a great extent, and many aa! the pro* r-l'ieio. % ".till rfalr ■... sVouYbl butt rve** A* an .'ITs. i to the financial distress aV-cwaitsne-J by the discharge of so many thousand traveling men ; what compeaeation* are offered by the trusts? None what-*.- Prices for sll kinds of trust products have sharply , advanced, in the tare of fcyposTttic-I eistemerrta that prices would be .reduce- to consumers. Everybody know* that the manipu retort Ml th* trust* propose la get •very dollar possible out of the peo- Ha. ' Doubtless It there shall be war be tween Ureal Britain an! the Trans vasal we shall hear much of the brut silly of Ihe former power. And. In deed, It dees seem strsnt* lb*', on* j Batten should claim the right to la. t*rf*r* la Ihe domestic affair* of an- j ether. Tel tn ihl* rase no- condi tion* are peculiar. Many foreigner*. j America —t well as Englishmen, ■ reside in Ibe Transvaal. 'Most of the buainrw* Is ,in the hauls of these men. and they pay substantially til ', the taxes. Te'- they are practically deb-trred f«"b—, ctllxtnahtp. a resi dene* *_ II year* taring required be fore they can become -.miens In deed, the Transvaal government eeems determineal to do everything la it* power to make Ihe situation Intolerable. It 1* much to he hoped that th* matter may be peacefully adjusted Hut thai there muat Ir an adjustment in tome tray i* clear enough The Boers have a light to their own country, and to govern themselves. Rut they have no right to enter their affair* In such a way •a In oppress tb* Outlanders living and doing business tn the Trans, _ ■ —**re*-t*a Power* have not failed te not* the ear-'.lent result* chew a in th* recent war by America* field ar tillery sad rapid-fir. guns, and new ; markets have been open—l to our j atksra accordingly. The land j battle* of lb* future will be fought \ largely with artillery, and superior* Hy in this arm would confer para-1 mount advantage In actual warfare. ; Th* Russian government, which pro- | poses to spend |i0.000,OSS) for new field •was during th* next two year*, has it-ranged | for sn .labors!* test of; area*—as of this class at St. I'.-i.r* burg la August next. In this com- j petition a number of leading Amer- I loan a-unmak.r* 111 ha* represented. and th* results should furnish a fair and reliable Indication of tb* rela tive value of our arm* ac compar ed with those of other nations. It Is a fortunate thins for th- Nine teenth century p«— — of mankind 'bat the Chinese people are not pro life- In Napoleon Bonaparlee and Ad miral Dewey's. If the empire could due* even one rood military lead er a* Urts time, Ib-re I* no telling what mischief hi could do with -*•. --•«!,.«• Mongolian* behind his back Probably Russia. Rnaland. Italy and Oermany would not be so clamorous for dice* of Celestial pi* WOMAN TORN BY LIONESS A*n_4rrn<-- <itt. K. J.. jun* II — During har performance on Young's Pier this afternoon In-, thr lion tamer, was badly lacerated by a his rlotaessa. which he* been In an ugly mood for several days. While Aisle teas encaged with one of the lions in* lioness made a spring for the young woman, who Jumped back, but not before lh* lion*** had lorn her right arm. (tripping th* flesh open to the bone. The attendant* beat the Son*** off with Iron bar*, while th* Imperiled women mad* her escape. A pbyetdsn wa* summoned and th* eg-al lion tamer waa removed to her hotel. ALL THINGS SYSTEMATIZED WABHINIT'iN D. C, Jun* IS - The 70,n0t) men who have been re cruited have been undergoing thor ough examination as to their phyal cat. mental and moral qualities and their record* have hern kept In a manner never before attempted In any country. An ln»l*nc. of the systematic ef forts of the sdjutant general's office ma now conducted that may be men tioned is la connection with caati.il tle*. It took slghteen years to learn th* casualties on the union sll* In the civil war. Th* similar records In I.M and It*, have loon kept up to date. Th* army la today within linn m»n of Ha authorised strength of IS.'sto, th* vacancies averaging about las., m»n to a company throughout the tone. All of th- regiments at Manila are full, etcept throw which origin* ally went out wllh Hen. Merrill—lh* Fourteenth. l~ghte*nth and Tw*nty. third Infantry th* Third srtillery and the Fourth cavalry. Thee* will be filled before the middle of July. IDWECTIVK ~ WlLkll, Reached Seattle on Sunday. 11..mm. wii \iinunirn Ths Star's Tip el Saturday Con. firmed-Plnksrtoa I* 1. peeled Soon. John l"***"Tl Itkl*. Chief detective of 'the Untied Wale* eecrel service, sr rived In hratile iat,* Maturdey nigh! Sir. Wilkl* a* called to the cues! lo Iry and run down a rang of coun terfeiter* now operating In Ihl* sec. i Hon of th. country, , niion of which Java* made exclusively In iturdaa Star ll* had held several consult*, lions with secret eervlce oltlcers In Ran l*ran, i*. " and while here Hun day was closeted for some time with other officers who name* are st this time withheld Having laid his plans for a romprehensivs campaign, he left for the East, Hunday after noon to attend th* trial of Jacobs, Krivallg and others In Philadelphia, who were roncerntsl In the great In. terns) revenue cigar stamp frau.U j which were recently uneartti. 1 Wil j Ham Plnkerlun. th* chief of th* col*- i brated Plnhertosl i- tie* agency, I* expected In this city within a few day* on th* same ml •ton* that i brooght Chief Wilkl*. am! sensation. al developmeßts may follow. That j I all <>! th* energies of the govern j ment an I of the I'lnhrr! m detective* I ar* being . a>na-entrala*ai on lb. makers of bogus silver coin* on th* Pacific . .aaat i* no longer a mailer of doubt The trailing of th* conspirators may prove slow work, but the Star's In* 1 formation leads to lh* tsetl.r lhat the pursuit Is a hot one and that th* si.-utht of the law are rioe* upon j ihelr quarry. REASON OF THE ORDER WAHIII.VOTON, IX .' . Jain. If— The rrttlettms evoked by the portion of the recent civil service law pro. vtdlnaT tor non-ranmpetltlve eiamtn* aliens for certain positions of Irish scarntlflr order have caused a letter to be made public that *!>■•« ■ how carefully the president considered every point of th* order before ll* pr omuls:*! lon. The letter I* from Prof. •. P. l.mi ley. secretary of th* limit hionlan In* stitute and ih* board of recenls el their meetlns* of January I*, last It la ss -allowa; It-solved. That the secretary he Ineiruct^.l |a rro,u*«i of the pre.,lent such i-Ksdllirallone of th* dvll ser vice rea-lailon* r-Utlnjt to api-ont —tents ss will permit an etemptlon of such sctentlllc *e<»it|o-s under the Smiths an Institution as th* secre j tary may deem beet for the Inttrest* of the Inst Hut lon.** | i Amons th* tH*tln*"iilahr<l members lof ihe board who were present at the drawing of this ,111111- were (senator Cullom and Ilepresentatlve till! of Illinois. Th* letter etplalna the un liners*** of scientific men In sepenal toslsnd -lamination, and thai In order to **cur. men of prom. SM—a* and ability thte shoul I be avoid— The rrtllclem* of the presl dent'* action ia cnrtatdered to be without Justlre or reason. Pricing a Pair ot Pants. I_rr*d Ilrampton was im\ one occa sion preeldlns over a case In which the plaKitllT was sit-ins evidence ajcalnst a man who ha.! eiolen a pair of trotiaer. from hie sheep. "How much were the Irouaer**'' ssked Has,bins "Witt," r telle. the -.taalntllT. "II depends who wants to bur them. I sell them la «■»,* man fir SO shtllln.a, to another for IS l-ut you can have lh*- for twenty-three and els.** "■ft** Clied Hawkins, ana-lly. ' I want ami 10 tell me how much th» trousers are worth." "Well. ' replied th» plaintiff, "»hall we ssy twenty-two ahllllrurs for you "Look her*.' thund-r-sd Hawkins "If you do not Intensity tell me what those trousers ar* worth. I'll send j you to Jell for fourteen days for con* tempt of court." "Well, well." replied the frightened plaintiff, ct—sclllaringly, "you may have them for a guinea, ill give them away; still, you may have met st thai price Ksrn the elern asi—-I of Judge Ma skins could not stop th* rtsar of lauahter which broke out on hearing a reply, a roar In which Hawkins, after a few minute*. Joined himself. Weekly Telegram. g*s«e%eQi-Ow*-Q-Q>-e9«iQiae&aft 1 Our New Colonies | Our New Colonies | \V^AeV»feVerV^^ IN THE PHILIPPINES. At least forty American lawyer* are .ruVavorins to earn a living In Manila. '. • j • » Hire-, the American rsreupallon over 100 aaioona have been openeai i In Manila. Erf ... r Montana soldiers have found Indi oalrnna of gold while at work In th» Irenches. . .. . i Maloksfl i* legs than So mil.-, from Manila yet day after day Ihe Am- I erican columns advanced Ihrough towm and i-ttl—s from one thouaand to lm thousand population. * • * A. rhan H-*tag has eaiahllahed n monthly magazine known aa the PMMppltM Monthly. VV,v,.| rule of sc-r-r-B of Int-re-tt i,, th<- Island of Luzon are produced, and stories by naval offloers tind others srs pub lished. * • . s—__ a—toef. .ir- reluming home and all hay* largo quantities of na- I 11 if K-'M, U Mitt Ihry mv ti plentiful 111 I 111 !ll'l||. i.tlll mi. un*. • • • IN fORTO RICO Itngllth itlstiminrlr* are 111 (.ie iii r demand than any other entiimmllly. ... . Wore than half of ihe Porta lilcuns live on less ih.ui 5 rents a day. ... Vkllled laborer*, such lis bricklay ers an.l carpenters tin. plumber* i.,0 to rent* a ,1 .a • as Units have .our up In Sail Juan, and price* of real eitat* Inn ■ mount ed skyward. s . . ' I ... a -slat, l.i . ,-...• ex tenl," say. i'li l, »K. Taylor, "Il la no .until Man fur on* man lo have Iwo or three families." • • • I'tltll a few .las ago prisoner* I wore shackles that >had been aa.1,1..1 .'i> their limit*. Hut lien. Henry gave 111. order 11l ,' tbe shackles be lilett oft and no mote cruelly prac- Heed. IN OUAM. Dally swi-r-crts „re to be riven by tii» taia.iia. Itr-.-*. —_,____■ • • • American Immigration has lorn innitll—etmel tirtor the Island wa* raptured. • as Regular steamship communlraiton with ihe 11.t1.-.l bt-te. 1,.,- not >• t J been established. . . • XI "i. tenth* of the Islander* ran ; read and write, and II Is reported that they are rapidly beaming i:ng. Hah IN CUBS. tlaseball games are play el dally. • • • Pi la the name of the editor of the Men* ijrfo l'«l.,ll.-l ... Trace* of gold hay* been found In tbe provinre at puerto l*rln«-lp*. • ... Kit* Havana newspaps—* atv.at. anneteiron to the I nit..! gtatea. . . . The Havana Advertiser Bay* that wh.i that rlty most needs Is a 0. r C. A.. -■-*-■ -: • . • a—loon keepers complain I—cause they .arm.it sell liquor to private s s|. diers. .- . •. • • list! a losen American women ar. earning a lining aa eiem-grapher* in Havana. • • • Their are St ports tn th* island, but only II are open to ihr world's . ■ •romea-s— • * * No .at— can be adrniit. I to the bar who has not a diploma from the Poller. of van. ... rnr the first time In the nm —vory of the lest inhabit there i* no yet* law fever in Havana., ... Women are now able Ie dirt- alone In res*t*ararsta—a thin* that waa not possible ureter th* obi regime, a* * . Fitting work for women Is scare. C—BWng and washing Is m.>r.'i»..iisl by men. American employment of women In th* Havana postal"***.* has i b—en reeelved with tlmmmyajraKrmm try j Ih* men- ', ani'- ■i* *ii i-a. jsjaajp— —— i i ' " iiw ,s i ** ...For the Fair Sex.*.-. | I -I--'.......J~- ,-■, .'_.' ' —^"^rr"^_— . I • ; ;• Many „f the summer froctaa have Ino opening In th* bark *«-*•• but ' are fastened by -,- front hresdtb, which I* opened end Israel on I. I h •idea or thai carefully-pored breadth. The earn* device of • double row of rocketed buttons, llnkeal with a cord. I* used to faattn these np**i- Ints. tht* wa* used In the mil II- of th* bark breadth* l**t winter Sometime. Urate peart buttons ar* used sl these opening*- Another Idea Is to tare these seams together with i eyelet holes and tscers. • • • mowing with color, pie— pel. lows and glorious lilt..* snd brilliant parrot green sr* the genuine bandan i nas now beatng made up In Block* and craests for summer wear On a crash of cotton or linen the ban* danna cornea out la brilliant relief. They ere perhaps more heromlnir lo men and women of brunette coloring. Four-ln-hand ties are made op of 'bandanna. *-* * * A curious ntw collar bant fast- neither at the bark nor at th. aide, but directly under the chin, her. the Jrin It completely hidden by an odd bow The collar I* of geranium red velvet shirred down la th* found, allon strip of buckram. Th* bow I* on* In nam* only; It insists of two end* (no loops) snd a knot, ' which rover* th. Join. Th* end* ar* Inlaid with narrow white ll,.niton In sertion and hook, one on the left ihoulden anil th. other two Inches below I!, also on the left. Th- effect I* curious and stylish th- unlnlilst. Ed wonder why th* .-nd. do not fall down, and why both ar* arrant-*.! over th* left aide. • * * Apparently *om* etrpenl.r haa ! christened th. soft, birch-colored yellow-browns "planed pine." At I any rat*. this Is th* cngnomen be •towed upon the homespuns, cash. mere, summer "Ilk* and Henrietta* , of the delict* wool rotsr so popular i for fsmlnlne frocks Jus! now. Only 1 while or black looks w*ll In . .ml,in | allon with Ihl. dellcsi* hue. Nar- I row black velvet I* th* most stfefl i Mar mean* of supplying the desire.! !..nira«t and bringing out the full vslue of th* cool, yellowish tones. Needed Qualities*. , "You are far too sweet and beau tiful to murder me!" protested her husband confld.ntly. j For a moment her hand ir,,,,!>!•.1 I as she mingled carbolic a, 1,1 with his ' Hamburg aleak. "Oh, I don't know," ah* faltered, I,lushing. A woman has to be very „ I sweet and beautiful In or,ler tn be . rjulltal of the c"i*rg* of mm I ; these days!'—Detroit Journal, o 1 r,0,',,"1t lining nines.l., , j To visit the large battlee— town I now In lb,- dry dock. This Is th, -1..-lit time to view her, Ihe people 1,,' ing allowed Jo go aboard. rlteamer ■ Hkaslt Chief leaves Flyer wharf sl . 9:10 a. m. and 2 p. m. -O • 1 ' yre* concert tomorrow night. Mad. P»v. : O. ' Hverybody going on Wednesday, * June Slat, to visit th- battle ship lowa, Flyer wharf, »:30 nn.l 2 p. m., steamer Hkaglt Chief. * - , ■ o ■ Sit* soever! luiaviruw alibi Mat. I'av, THE HI'ATT LI. STAR. IMI IV IS mm _, Will Figure in Next; Campaign. I (iKoivi\(jin,Mni)i.\jii\vsT\ra for a Statue that Will Pile* a OriJu.trti Tea Upon Inoomst. H'AfllilNtlTiiji, I», I! , June 1.,— The in...in.- t.i\ ii. i. fair to bee—ma mi* of the moat Important issii, - ill the ii. It .-.-ii. 1,1 . am palan. from nearly every stale In lb* ,-ounlry rumes rr|.irt lo ihr nt -11.H1,' i. i I. i s thst the |irii|,..sii|(.n I* dally .mi.in.-tins favnr, ainl In .nm. Ht.it,. both i. lUpttbUeaa* ant Dcmucrats pronoun-. In Its favor. In at least one stale-Slithlsaii—lh* llr.iublLana under the Irivt.-rslilji of rinare* have rem* oui tsmllly f.tr the tas. and have |a,n..,!1i i >..%■ l. i for levying It in the future. Th* ii- a. - is not st sll <iuletln« la th* I- .._,,. is here, BJ It *••„ a »t ul.I. .1 n elTort to arrure |_—orsetne-t of the laa In th- i. ,t. in convention. III!, li .1.. » Of the VII. li'fc.,ll 1.. ,;ls. l.itui." ha, now pasted an income lat bill. It is provided thai there shall be annually a*ne*s*at, levied. • ..ii. •i- I snd !•*: I ni- >!i Ihe tratna, proliaa snd Inrome received during Ihe prax-edlns rslendar year by "every pertain ol ihl* slate, nbether resldlns st home or abroad. whtiher said aslna. pro- Ill* or m."me be ,l..t!vrl from any kind of property, rent*, inlereais, dlv. blends «r salary or from any prof** sinii, trade, employment or .... ,ii n, rarrlesl nn, earnest or ... ra,. l in Ihe Utale of Sllrhlsan. a tas of nm— quarter ,'f I per peal on ihr amount ... derived over lions anal not mor* than i-■•-*». and a t*i or one.half of I p*r cent, on the amoun! so derived over t-000. snd not mor* than '..*>. sml a Ist of mree-fourlhs of I pet ra*tit, on the amount co derived over |*000 an,! nttt more lltan 110.000, and a laa at It* per r*-nl. on Ihe amount ■ti deriveil aver tloo.oa* and not more than I.*-'.--*,, and a * tat -I '. per rent, on the amount co derived over 1.-0.1..1. ■...' I It la -sr..»i I-.!, h-a.ra.-r that axery person Is earmpteal from the pay —MM at surh tea on Ilot* of th- flu Income, snd furthermore, that the tat el, alt not apply Ie lh* Inrome from properly other—las '•. Th* bill provides thai tb* laa shall be levied asainai nan-resldest ear* p.,rations. MIM eorpursiloß*. EXACT STATUS OF THE ALASKA BOUNDARY DISPUTE These. In a nutshell. are the eeten- Hal fart* about the Alaakan bound ary dispute; I The boundary was defined In the treaty or !«*"?, i.> which the trolled Htatea purrhaoawl Alaska from Ilus ssa. In the terms uted In Ih* previous treaty between Ureal Itrltatn and 11 v uta. Ily tlrwt definition the line runs down from lh.- southernmost part of prince of Wales Island. In latitude Ml*, up Portland • ham lo Ihe S4th parallel of latitude; thence along "the summit of the mountains para lell I.- th- coast" to the 111*1 merid lan of West longitude: hen. along thai men 1 ta the •■frozen eta." Two added sec! lons SSIdl First-Thai the IIIn.- of VV«|rs Island should belong to the t'nlted Htatea ■*COail—That when the summit of the mountains tie "more than ten j marine league* from the ocean" lh« line should run parallel with lh* sea and not more than ten league* away from It." In IMT ami for years thereafter every map— llueelan. Hrillsh and Canadian, as well as American- how.-! the boundary as I* now claimed by Ho I nil. I Blair*, Previous to 11*7 Ihe Hudson tlay company hsd concealeal the boundary a* «lalm*d by th» United flairs by compani**- associations and Boe'cUrs Ih* nm. as sgatnai Individuals, 111 the pri.ni* or Income sbove the sc -1.1.1 operating expenses. Including materials used la making Bald profllt or Income. In Ihese caeca Ih* l*t la to be levied before dividends are mads to stockholder*^ RESULT OF A FAMILY FEUD I-OItTBMOUTII. June 19.—Kalward , Ware van" shot and Instantly killcl ! late last night by hla nephew. An- i tonio Davenport, of Stt. Zlon, Ky.. four mil s from this rlty. Ware had family ii.oibi,"* "ii i ac cused John Castesl. 1,1. wife's uncle, with trying to abduct hla children. 1'ia,1....| wa* arrested and hla Irlal a..,* to be held today at eaup Davenport was **l villi; ,i« ■ d-puty .hs-rllT and was waylaid by Ware while serving the BUbpenaes. In Ihe dispute that followed Dnv. enport shot hi- uncle. He surrender, ed lo Ihe lUthocltlca this mornlnx. NI i.-miis nf lb,- Islanders of ,, am can read and write, anil II la re ported in ,t Ihey ore rapidly learn ing Kngllati. ■ ■■■■ th _———-———- 11.i111i.-lllp lowa grand excursion ..11 Ihe Hkaglt Chief, Wednesday at »:30 and I p. m. o 1 I lit. Cvlictrt iota it..» lil.lit. Mill. fay. I I OBERON /,> — — I Seattle's Favorite Concert House >i\ —•— -—;—-—' "~ ~ A Tiio Only Strictly Family Resort In UN Norltwosl. /Iv IRVIN llAltDt'll. laaaaee and Msiissir. W Opening Monday, Juno 13th, *"•* Willi llurr Barurb'l -.mou. LADY ORCHESTRA Tl.r liillitwlli* sl-rlsl s-ll.is ,',.,,, . ssiriii tliral.rs *Bl roiirerl lutut-s Mist KAT.IINKA llur.TiiN, Ureal i ii-i,. Bwsdlah, """" »*" -**" M rKINK r Attl.K ar.-l IIAVI* IIAMIIIIN In -Tli. Trimltle.nl a Dart ***** Panlf." in. vII i« I JifcNuVA. a,, ni Te* UsßaM sn>l tlurlestiu* Aril.t. ADMISSION FREE Goicert Erer, Emlu tt 8 O'clock = <*> $ * s T * IS E 2 s-rasMn, -.I villi MINING EXCHANGE J 1 is ti legitimate enterprise, and hacked « I by a lis.is. lit amount of capital unai - £ I; an tee that no fake enterprise* or wild _ /Il cat Mocks •rill Iv listed or MM on its » /I^hoards. Ir you see the Mock quoted ill ; our market reports, or tillered for sale 1 on our Exchange, you can rest assured •* the prospective iiiiitc is one of merit, and while • we do not guarantee every stock sold to make • the purchaser .1 lie man, vet we do M) that • they are .ill .1 good safe investment and the J money paid for them will Iv spent in develop* c ing the mines, thereby making yuur property ; more valuable. Remember what we say, that 5 Western Washington is on the eve of the great- It est miniim boom the world has ever known. •* and there will be more fortunes made from the ; Qtscudc Mountains than were ever taken nut _ of the main range of the Rockies. * Get in the procession and invest it few dol -1 larsln cheap n«Med in mi stocks and you will • wake up -"nine line morn and find yourself a g •[ millionaire. Daily call and sale at 12:30 P. M. . Seattle mining Exchange J Telephone rVlwi-. 273. • CO.I First Avenue ■ a : * Mf $ s» I 'I/ M/ 0/ M/ Nt/ " B I leasing lh* Cu-st lands within It from | Itueela. Home year* after the treaty of IS*" Canadian offlclala discovered that there are 1... Prince of WeJra I*l -and* a big and a little one. The latter, lying at th- mouth of Portland channel, was evidently the on* meant In the treaty. i The Canadians claimed that the !arg*r Uland to th* westward, whose southern point almost comes down to latitude SI 19. was Ihe one -ant. To reropcfl* this with the language of the treaty ihey claim lhat the line passe* northward, Bo! .ugh Port land channel ot all but through Clarence strait. 11...inn channel and liurrougha bay. The lino would ami off many Isl ands -.. by Itusaia to th- t'nlted Htatea. Canada also claims that the moun lain summit of th* treaty mesne th* low hills next to the cosst: that the ISO-mil* line Is ta be no ,««ur.-l. not from the mainland cast but fmm the outline of the Islands along th* coast. From Mount ft. Ellas northward there Is no dispute » to the line. It only needs surveying In other words, the Canadian claim Is that when the treaty »ay» "Port land channel" It dors not mean Port land channel: that when II say* , "ocean" It mean* "sounds" or land The Return. It was a radiant day. The blue water* curled In hissing fosm as they broke 1i5.,111 Itl,' greal cruiser. A thousand till* >■! bunting gaily fluttered In lh,- brecie. livery dealt a..i- ,-..«.!.. i. an.l on tb.. docks the iiiultltu Is «... pack ed thickly. The hero of the occaalon, cap in hand, at,.od mi the famoua bridge. ■ A retrospccllve gleam 111!- .1 his keen gray .a■ ■« 11. thought of the scenes of only a year ago. lie look ed anmnd and caught sight of the 14- . . .-.- .-- -. .-. -"_!_, Summer APO[M Suits—.' We're showing tin- most exquisite patttems in liUSINI-SS SUITS ever offered before. Nov Things at $10, $12.50, Reachable Figures $13.50, $18. •I __. "Boot and Biggest." ■ J. REDELSHEIMER & CO. SOO-SO2 First Aye, Cor. Columbia. locked bays, and thst all map* ex cept C——a— maps are absurd. The Canadian line leaves every where only m. narrow strip of land conceded to the rolled Stales; It cuts serous deep harbors from he— dlattd to headland. There are three arguments for the Canadian claim They are. In the order of their Importance: First -. itiitli want* th* dltpuled sir! p. Bea-ond—Ora-at Itrilaln'a fleet on the Pacific I* stronger than that of the United mates. Third—Alaska can't be reached by land. When th* United But.-, wished lo submit the question to arbitration Canada contented on condition that her claim lo Bkagway and Isyra It. arbitrated, and that. In any event, on* port In lisle waiter If. conceded lo her. !A Canadian tS!e water port would be a peculiar outcome of a SO-mlle from-lhe coast line. the United Blair* r. fused. Th." recent confer ;rnce waa • failure. Oreat Itiitaln la apparently willing ton. I.Urate the question of the boundary, Csnada Is not. The matter haa gone so far now lhat any decision Bros- probably be In the nature of a compromise. The I m inion I* willing to tisk a m promlta?—lf the moot Important point of a seaport to Mm Klondike region Is conceded her beforehand. b-iiiiif r of hi* nation floating; frixn hundreds of points of vantage. ll.' smiled. Thick smoke was pouting from the tall funnels. The vessel strained at her moorings. All aaa* In re_dlnrea. And still Dewey stood on Ut,. bridge. 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