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a, Malt .. i,.,i„ VOL, _. ANOTHER BIG PLAN! Which Is Soon to Be Located ii Seattle by Theo. Ludgate. j ACTING FOR CHICAGO CAPITALISTS Milling Enterprise at Smiths Cove Which Will Give Employment«- to Eight -I. Hundred Men. am - i, to. lav, one „, th . _,_, •M Industrie, m,, „„ mlll.n, line c«» Ih* Pacific coast It win h. ... „,„,,. that wat »r*ctK«U» driven tun of Vancouver. __*.<*•* °** to 'he -|a-,ti,.„ of .,. •em --.list, resident* who said that It* *et.l.il.s. N t on , ._._,, m 2_T__!_*-__• entrance of the har bor would "spoil , hr -.„ i 9 Thecal l.ate. ■_•-) '. build l!™l?,._*?**, **• **** mill hen. »<*• wdtnjr to new* received in the city **»'« .riertwoe. I. at present In Bt. l-wsil. «*onferrln« with th- at. North* _-_T ,lr o *-*«-*l» "" r**T*rtl to th* mm term. _„ „„„„, of _ _„ bk. frimitta company near Umlih'* ___• Tee new* received today states : *-_--"»-' ■•nnliell* thai Mr. l-ulsate ,. . .... . , , - , (Mdc turn l"** *««**•■- Peeisl*. Th. •urn oa, j „ r , , h> . , J J on.. e at t_, r ,«,_ ..„ w#t »%_T •low to sre tit. ,aiifys>. .a— -BT etUMlshme-l of the imnnente mill —t, ..... property would brine them. Mr. 1-s.le-t* who. with hi* broth er lac*, was In lh* city _—« week. ! leaked over every pottlble sit* far a -■til en P—Y*t ta-und llrfore he left tor the Kaet he inform. I a Blar re* -scarssr that he bad almost decided te take the Or.at Northern site, a* be considered Heattle one of the most pr-—.i.ms cities -in the coast. ■ Newspaper readers will remember Mr l-udicat* • k>as* strut—i* le ee tabJish a mill cc l>eadman a lalaiul * st VBoeo-rer,' It. C 11- had tor •_■*«••-. ' Stewart' and Weils, the C—lt-Mte capitalists, cured s leeee erf the Island for » year* When be arrived in Vancouver, he met with great ne*"-sHl.>n fretn the rit, c.vin eft sad from certain _-_tl.h .reel. VETERA! APPEARS —— . , For the State G. A. R.: Encampment. • : *""*!'"> *s ■.>'.'...,", ■ _LM THE SO.\S OF TCTEEAIS \ . ', ' ' he* Heathers sf the Wsbisb's > KHellst Corp J Osthcr la ThlsClt*. ' ' i .1 ' ■ i Th* seven!rent a annual encamp rttent ef the Grand Army of the lie public, th- tee nth annual flee I vention et the Women* Relief Corp* (nd the tenth annual encampment at Dons M Veteran* will be inaugurate,! In this city tomorrow, ansi 1,.1 ay th* rlty Is Milne up with th • '..'-ran* Bn l ireir families. . Th* beads-ear-I leia of th. (1. A. It In Ike Haul DII- | l.r presents! a duty and inspiring pmey, is. Is this morning. Th* arrival e,f ,i.. d.l'tai, - commenced early, tad by noon over Ut had "If n- 1 th* 1011. As titers ar* Ton leg ties en titled to sit In th* convention; sad a* miii; more- veterans will he • In altindance in irllneas Ihe encamp ment. Is It esltmaleal "' II there wilt be ov*r l«o visitors. | Th* -ritepllon ro—mllte* of the Women* Itellef Corp* have made ►reparations for *"• vteltors. The roll wai opened this afternoon at the headquarters " the Ilnlel Ueatle. *'< .Igners ar* being Istued their er*. d«nt',al*. Th- Son* of V*l»r*n*. with head* quarters st th. Hol*i fluller. MI test » delegate, tinny of whom ar rived this morning. Four day. will be Oe-eted lo Iran*. Bating the bualneae of th* order* and entertaining the visitors. Tomer tow moraine lbs different organisa lion will meet in lli'lr halls, and l|. ! prd*r of Bee—Me* will lie taken HP This afternoon tbe council of a| mlnltlraii-.r, Is being held '' th. I>l -ler hotel, and this evening: a reetl- Baa will lie- given all of th- vl«!l*u member. .' !h* Ihr* ganltatK'S* ** *••"■•• *"•"• V i Convention of Mutes. \ , MAHI'iN. Ini . Jun* 20.--Th* fnl terstate mutes' convention WS* tell 'In this <l'y. closing last night, "thi crowd In attendance yesterday wV* very large The Rel Mr. Mann, \t Ohio, 4*l|veeed ■ aermoa In the *!«" language. Prominent mutes from 11 linois, ditto and other state* weP Here. _^ THE SEATTLE | STAR. Fas-*. . ,—_____/ _.... h • •lent-, the litter eltlmlns that atari t l.y pars which th. laiaad adjolna, would be spoiled »h 1 ■> mill be , erected. for months Mr. l.utlsair has been • si-nun*- * manly battle far las-sea. •ton. Twice he landed tars* forcea of men en the '■land, Bel v.a, war* driven off by the cliy an prot .octal police. On th* •era.nd ra-,alf..n. lh* bis mill man offered resistance, wo* hr..ari to in. ■•stand, and finally handcuff,-! and taken la th. city. The matter I* now in the provincial curls, and Mr I.ul.al* si: It Is ee4eretea_, M * lbs City of Vancouv. '. and the province of lii " '.' Col umbte for a larce sum for dare»«re aad lessee sustained. The for a lars- .urn f.r lamas** and Insass •u.ialrwsd. Th* tmii Mr L_ni«st* mjmmtt erect IB Sea l lie will be a mammoit* ( affair, ll will, with the men employ* . at'the various I test as camp*, -five werk to lis..ill MB employe*, and will in. Iv 1. a sh'nsde mill sad Bee far f w~rat-~e* ef wiwerw-irajm tut**-.-- --| tahllahmsnt ef the Industry here csa easily be ***** II I* u-4*r*ir-od thai work on th* mill will rawnmes-e lie— .edteiely ■» en Mr latdt—le'a return t» Meatus. which "111 Be satse* lime lurln« lh* present week, r-t-aklns of the up roe! Hon he met in Vancouver. Mr. l.ii.ltat* said la Me Star lull befnr* ■joins* Beat, "I am * Canadian but I am ne Utotrr a believer la Canadian justice Mr chief opponent* warm KB«li*hmer»--rstrdtt*tM-B me*. I I—-k >."« rail ie*in.-'*-'lf"eeelsl per V an. cttever to rive them I*-"* a piece lo leave th* country for ever, MffM cotnl&B* lo Ihl* *ld* - **** ****** *** reived wllh -pen a— I am «l*d bow that iheoe-soeltlea ol Canadians | sent me to thi* side.** j-_Hj*_tef-Kf«Paßa.eiia.l.(,.";».ißsfi.M i_m« i«aWi* .iHTIM BOTH MEN j SURRENDERED Mauachusetts Secures Both J. E. Foye and W. E. Baker. Th* eta*. supreme court yesterday banded down two opinion* stTlrm in*- the Jtidsment of IB* • up* rise court of King county In th. Import. Nt aib.ii aswpua <-**** of John It. Pry* and W. K. Haker. Th* order wa* lo th* .."feci that both men b* turned over Ie th* authorities at Hasai'liiiselll !'• be tried, one for Jury bribing and the other* e-nbci tlemeßi Inspector U. J Morristey. of lh* Boston police, who has been tn the nty several weeks walling the out come of th- app-ala. la Inclined to MBit that his watch Is now nearly. at an end. and be will soon tak* ' hi* men Hast i royr claims that h* I* Innocent of •he crime ..f Jury bribing charged «galn*t him, but th* He-Ill* police. However, are Informed that there It a strong cast against him. The crime for which linker I* wanted I* for th* embeislement of .**> from the Adam* Express company. QUARTERS FOR POSTOFFICE Th* new * post off! •- building will not be built on the Meydenbauer properly, corner of Third «venue and Colombia street. Home time ago the owntr subrnllled * bid for ,h con- Istnirtlon Of a -tc-lrrtTle* building, lint Isom* d Iff!rally arose over Hi dl»* jtrlhuuon of floor *p*re. While thi* .as bring rratrled th* owner made a tale of the property, end •■ a r»sull tew bid* *r* , all- I for on or befOf* Juris* M Th- ptwlofflce building must hsv* *l least MOO f.r! of floor space for a five-year lea*, or IMM Nat for • It-year I, i*. The building mil"' tee supplied with all modern convenienc es In lh* way of lighting, heeling and water families. OFFICER AND CAPTIVE DEAD A Terrible Duel to Death in Making an Arrest. HKI.AIIt, Md , June 20—Policeman .'i.in. Batsmen wss Instantly killed I and John Hays died today from the wutii, 1* received In a '1- ;seta.!, duel i fought I*l* last night at ti,- home of 1 the latter. Hays hsd been drunk and 1 disorderly awl threatened I" shim! * anyone i... .i.,,.-1 to arrest him Of. f, fleer* Hut.man and Jones were sent , to Hays' house to arrest him. ,i- th* town authorities feared he might do sworn- harm. 1 When the policemen arrived at Hit , ' \ ' (ATTIs.I3, \\ \*-i! im, i on, TUKSDAV iVKMNti. JUNE -.<», 1899. Ills* Ihey found Ihe doors barrlcad. It and locked, iirtlrer 11,11, in m a.11! v*'- Jinica to bring nn ai wllh lahl.il to break In ths door. As soon ss Junes left |Uyt sudden. lv threw th- diajr wide open, and, l>Olnil!ig a Plslnl at Hal. hi,,, fired, •lh* ball entering the right side of th* "abdomen. Al ths „,„„. 11,,,.. ii. pulled his revolver Ihe ofTlcer pulled bis, an! a ductal short range fol lowed, 1 •iiii.-ii. were afraid lo Inter* I fere, and Ihe men emptied Ihelr re. I" tuiicta at .«, 1, uiher. They then clinched and fell In the doorway lo gelber. the policeman ea lop of Hays wuh blood gushing from Ihelr nu -111.11.11. wounds, 1,,11. .iii.in Hale* I man .Ileal In a few minuir*. llay* never recovered t<on*rlouanr*a and 1 died Ihla morning. Sale of Class Company. pi i r*~M it.. |'8.. 1,,,. SO.-A .p.. rial meeting of the »tuckhulder* of the Called Hiat.a 1 ;i u s. c nitiiiy yesterday approvetl Ihe term* of vale I by which the company'a property I*! . to go la ti.c |.i, .-r 1 Tablewar* I rilaaa enmpany. An appraisement I* ie be made by dlelntert*ted expert*, and th* plants are 10 be 1ta,.." ,'. I »a the Beats of this In cwse Ihs ap- ! praisements are not satlafartory I Jsdge J. 11. Heed. acting a* art-tire* tar. I* to adjust th* differenrtr*. The> largest Intn,.ta that arw to enter, I It-.' raHahln.il are tbe L'nKed I sf.n'i-a 1 lia-a eaampsny, ti. ea.- 11,... j * Co.. aad the Ik-Chester Tumbler | tompany. The Interesls that hays j •tready sgrsed to Ihs terms ef fs.ni-j Minna sail on sppralo.in.nia, show' actual values aggregating over IS,-j B».s»e, and whatever tht* agyr.gat. j . I* It will ha. the ceptlal stock of the , sett eufnp—ny. tVAMIIINOTON, D. C June PA— i , The War depariment this morning . was notified uf a fire and a heavy 1 • .p1.,1 ..n which lias occurred st fort , Ptcksns. Kla. No ail* ha been I received. i ■■„■ o '" • OL-tieiOW. June SO.—A dispatch from tuition, ways tbe neurhollard I I'll, at the mm. . there, were Houdrd todey and IS men ar* mls*Uf. I'Vlllin June SO—Th* family of , Prsyfus was not:-;, todsy thst the 1 prisoner will arrive In rrance next Bat unlay night or Sunday morning. 1 No member of the family will be al* I lowed to wttcume him. 1 miTir ■ ADVICES i The Filipinos Resist Quite Stubbornly the -.mavmm,m Which I* round te S* I* Ol.gar a.ti, rilthf Condi lion. Manila Junes ja-Oen. fTfce. who Irttnuacr Ila lh* li-1 1 test night, advanced OB Peres Daamarlnaa early this morntne. The advance was con teste | tit the re!)*!*, but after mod erately hcity • ghtinx, th» Ameri cana occupied the rlty Wheat on lmme.llat.it examined th* -,'- ran. nation, which be decided wss •<• bad ss lo make tt dangerous for a garris on place. Wheatnn's force* will puih on tomorrow to llu. Nt Vista, which la supposed i.. be the sll* of lb* rebel ;-..as.J. ' mill.* CONSTRUCTION WILL SOON BEGIN . TA<"«>MA. Jut..- Sl-Prellmlnarles are now complete on the Palmer cut* off, and in a few day* bids will Is* ask*'! The surveying parti. • ar* coming in and nothing remains now bul •>. actual work of ronslructlon. It Is understood ocntrsetetrs bsve ihe ground preliy well looked over, and not much lime Will he re—ulred to make satin—lie* Th* lucky bidder | will put his men In the field at once, and employment will he given In sev en! hundred men if Ihey can be «- cured. Thi* I* Ihe chief problem ahead of the ctnnlraclnrs at present. Ms. ar* scarce, and II will he n.. »»*y mailer 1., get even too men for the grading force. There »re no Idle men In Ta coma, a* Is evklt-nt tram the short* eg* of held on |—a dork*. Wllh |w*ges offering of I" renl* i,, hour, there Is difficulty In getting Inst, shoremen enough to load ihe •Me* now In port. The ronlrncinrs rnap ing the rxlenalnns around lh* mines ere working small crews, ami hays trouble lo keep I hem lip tn a iiunla. Public, scnllmenl I* strong agalnal ih. employment ■■' Japnnrae, and It I* not sn easy mailer Ie gel til. 11l The ■iiirnlgi ill's brought by Oriental •learner* till*. ..mini.' have nearly all sons on 1,, the Interior anil are at work. The Northern Pacific Is alto aboil! 1,, begin a general overhauling .if bridge* over lh* whole line aa far R*at a* Dakota. Old brides* ur- to he slrengthened,' pier and abut ment, tiulll, and bride* work —ner' ,1 v placed In condition. i .i.i of Hi.. ■ llockles several eritliely new bridges 1-aII he built ,t one*. Th, engineer i,,„ deparimeni I* busy on plana, and order* for lamb I re already being placed. _— ■ HOLYOKK. Mas*., Juns 20.—Presi dent Mi X Inli a went 10 Mount 11,.1t f. Ilea*, south (if Hadley, this morning. M. will present '1,, dip* Ictii.i. to a largss rials of student* this afternoon. ■'■ i M V'l'll-I.l' " June SO.—A re markably heavy etnrm passed over Mansfield l,i ■i night. I'very factory ' ill lo'.a aa* flooded. No live* were lost, lot ii, ,ii v narrow escnpe* ar* reported. Th* lees la t.o,o<e- -■ , SELECTION ..at a us.a.. P-wraaoe '' I'l-'if, or iron,,., any ■21 i 1 11l lli! -''**"■■ °" •'"" I""'' as mailer* 111, ll VI 11l BOW .1,1,1 I bat-.. HO rr.ponsll.iliia 1/1 /I I^l IMi I" evade, and no apology i,, make *_■_ _as for „._ courf , 0 , -c , lon .hlch I have deemeal l>est in governing my children—JOHN LAMB Th* . olliliii... also rejected five applications out of SO for Hi exam- Inatlona which are 1.. be held Ihe rlral of net! week for various |,0.l lions which corns under civil sn a * rules. For Federal Building In Seattle DCTERJiniDtmiIVTIIKsCLVT Sent Out by the Ooesrnmsnt—He Ossllass te Oi«e Inter mttlon. P. B. Han. '* ii Ihe special agent of ihe Treasury drparlmrnl, who baa been hem fur several dsys on bust* n*__.-_-.-.„_ wits the fc!~tfc?-.nf a sll* fur the new federal building, let! this morning for Halrm. in Sir. (larrelsun ts chief of th* division of account* al Washington, D. C„ but aa lh* last ramgresa mad* appropria tions fcr sltty federal buildings, of which one was for Hesilie, be ha* been detailed to Ihe I'aclilc coast to e-lecl slits. Mr il.rrn.on am submit bis re port In per..,!, to ih* department at Washington, aunts on- about lh* mt-Ml* «f July, It « 11 first be sub mitted 10 in- attorney general, as there are some points of If Is- lo be cleared up Il is i i ,1, ible, however, hat no difficulty will i.- nasi with her-. and If things g» • ninthly, work will begin on tbe Health- bull-ling within a sdt..tt time. The f..K.wing is a list of the sites offend for the public building in Be. altlei Ily Mr*. Mary A. Denny—Two sit*-., one tn. black hounded by Eighth and Ninth avenue* and I'nl* verelly and Vnl.-u etreei*. and th* other on the nskfth side of I • ■ -rally . •ireet. between I" ret and Second *r. taurs. Ily Eahetman. t'urmtan A Co —Two |' _.*.. *"" ,h- north and south sit*s ' Ily st■ rwsr* ta-q,i_ a bet e.n I state of Marlon straw*, belweeiTThlra .r •nd Fourth avenues Dy Jamea A. Moore— on the north Side of I'nlon slreel. belween Fir*. an! Hri-on-i avenue* Hy the Ye.!-* ratal*, through Maurice MfMlcken, secretary block bounded by Third and Fourth avenue* and Jefferson and James estreats . JJ_-_ t-MMfS *i- .Ha vies * Co The Mock bounded by .urlh and Fifth avenues: and Bitring and Million lire*!* Ii is Mr. aarr.ts.-n • opinion that the price* a*ked are all extravagant. but he •aid be might easily be mis* taken tn this matter, •• be wss not familiar wllh real ratal* figures in setive growing town*. He declined to make any reference m the alte be re. ..mm*n !*■! This I* hi* flrit trip west of Bt. tr-nl*. snd hi predicts a gr-al future for Beattle. "You hate •eeourt-e*.** sab] he. and Sealtlr in the future will he Jaw what you make It There **--.* to be i... III* tl* regard paid to the future. t*very* one searrns to b* it. f t'lr present benefit I think this is shown by ' the c-ani!tti,»n of the *tr**l» sod city building*'' Miles IS~ HARMED Over the Situation in the Philippines. ! NEW THICK June SO.—ln an in terview here, Oen. Mile* declare* hat the Philippine .iluatl.sn is se rious. He does not believe that the question of oiling for volunleeia ha. been decided. RICH PLACERS DISCOVERED Acordlng In sdvlres received through a latter written by «'h , K. Chard, formerly of the Seatlle Hard ware c»mi«any, an ctpatlliliui. of which Prince —eld, a nephew at the King of Italy. 1. itM head, he. made rich flnda on * creek near Purl Clarence In i be Onlofnln bay dletrlrl.. Pnurteen claim* In all have been 10. cnled. A 5..., Intel with Prince I.ul gl ir. J. 11. V! I f..ii«all. A. 11. Slew art. Clarence ll.uiford Bed C 11. Hlack. all of Seattle. a NO STEPS TO BE TAKEN Lamb Matter Dropped by Civil Service Commission. The civil service commission met In lh.. CHI hall In*' nlghl, and lh, rhsrees which have been made agalnet John I..iiiHi aim.. psrllally Investigated. 11 was decided to drop the matter as tee complaints had 1,. i come from the heed of Ik* water dap ii iin. ni, In which place Mr. Lamb la employed. The following , omnium, from Mr. r__mb.ts*t_ i «ad "Arthur 11. (Irnut, Secretary Civil Dervlce Commission.*' ' "As I .mi .in employe under the civil i Via. rules of till. rlty, .Hid charges haw been made sgaltut mo which, if i in. ar* very serious, I deslrs that your honorable body Should have every facility for ascsr* I.IIIIIII* lh* real fsrls of lh* 188, If > ,11 think lh* mallei •ufuoi. i,,, Wheelmen Collide. MlHMi.i'i.,%. Moat; June to.— Miss Illanrh* Smith la suffering with a In.-ii arm aa a result .if a bl.y.lc collision I—St night. Th,- young lady •a as riding Basse th* air.rt In front of ibe 1 nun house when ah* collided with Ml** |!n_ Hawkins. The taller escaped wllh a few bruises and s badly damaged wheel. The authorities are determined lo put an end to fact bicycle riding on in, builne** streets, New Horman was arreeled last nlghl by th* riiy marahal and booked for lb* offense. CASUALTIES " I IN BATTLE' Reported by Otis to the War Department. ' ll'N'.if'S' I». C, June t».— Oils Informed th* War dtpartmeni this morning-. ihst Aye American* arte killed and 11 we— i In yes* lenity* ban*. Its say* the enemy It ft over 100 on field, MORE MEN FROM DAWSON Brought Mono* Out on the Steamer Teei Vls'T'-ltla li i- June >' -rift) paeetigsri just nut from Dawson ar rived her* is.i nlrht on th* Tees and they bad all the way from MO,. •** to l."..t***i Th* paa**ns-r* .tat* that many men are arriving at Ska*. | Th. T-ae-*lVf.tt» with fully I*. l-.rß»tl. of l»»at' - was drowned,' ■ near l_tt'- Salman, end Ihst Tom Hmllh. of Ottawa, a.as also drowned on the Klondike river. . Tht . (learner Sovereign r**rhed I Dawson Jen* I from Circle City. , Klondike • Yukon . Bteain com. pany'f or* at Isawson was destroy - ed by "re June * QUEER REPORT FROM THE EAST __ Regarding Trusts end the In* trial Commltilon. tVAHHIN'IT. ,N D. C, June ».— Itev.ral daye •so th* Industrial com mission suddenly decided to drop the inve.siaail "ii of th* trust*. Much •urprlee tt** .spree—ed bec*ua* th. ...•si.sn.rs »*»m.d lo have struck part dirt II cropped out today that. In turning from th* trust trial*, the commission wss simply obeying ord ers. Word wis passed that the (torn* mltalonera were advise,! by the ad ministration nßlilala Ihs! Ih.y had heller drop the trust investigation. 111. prediction it made today lhal the matttr wll not be taken up again. A PARTY OF CONGRESSMEN Coming to Seattle Today From Vancouver, B. C. A party of dletlntrulshed r,»n*r**s men. socompsnled by their wives, sr* expected In arrive this . afternoon from V.1|,,1i1.r, H. C. There sr* II In the parti, and It Is hen.led by Congreaaman rier.no R. Payne, chairman of the wan and mean* rommlltee, and alar, a member of Ihe Joint high commission The other distinguished members of th.- party are Chairman Hull, of thr committee on military affair*: Mr. lailirtl. of the foreign affair* and census c..mniltt.c», and Con gressman Hcalrtatle and Hleele of Ihe way* In! means commute*. Mr. Payne will be especially Inler ealed In Ihe Puget sound country, by virtue of his position on th* com milt,,- ,i, m ham marine snd fl»h erle*. 1 The party have been for several day* visiting In llrltl*h Columbia, and will pass through Hctlie on their . way to California, Prom California ilea .111 return I" Seattle and lake I passage for Alaska about Ihe laat of this in,,nth. This afternoon the party will he met „i ih, .|e|,.,l by a committee from Hi, chamber of commerce. FOUND A WIFE " IN A PESTHOUSE BKJWaiMHBStSSV— "..>■. -I ' n '-"m HT. LOUIS, Mo. June 10,—A pr*>lty romance, begun In quarantine httpi ml sevsral weeks ago, ram* In an end today when Miss r!.,phle flerhlg an.l •;, in,' Hchuiijt were married. rVhulli Is 7", years old and an engin eer al Hi, HI. 1,..i11s Cold Storage Co. Three socks .is/,, he waa sent to quarantine wllh imrtllpox and never . _),. i, ,1 In leave Ihe place alive. While tufferlnf wllh the antral ma* llgnant period h* reel Ml*i Serbia, lh,. pictt) daughler of th* chief laiinaltea* of Ihe hospital. It was thi ol.l . n.e of love al lira! sight. When convalescing ike evenings Brer* ile visit.l lo 'I, a, i .-ill 101 lby the two, but it,, one -a 11 -1 lei ma 1 1 liuony. Wed nesday Hrhullx was discharged as cured, and following pre-arranged plans the ceremony took place today. I Screen Doors... i Ready to Hang, 85c, $1.00 ', Fancy Panels, 5 1.7*;. 5^."-. I Window Screens, _<- joe, *;*.c, 40c. ; SPBLGEK A HURLBUT , I2I&-I2I7 Second Av.Bl* pAINTERS' gUPPLIES Glass, Wallpaper. Etc. Third and Pike. star PAINT CO. • IffiWiat-W.^-'^ a Cotis snd St* Our New Lla* af — j|J I Crockery and Glassware! Crockery and (Glassware Jurat Received. It Will Pay You. I GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR CO, 1 ]'I 808-808 rirmx Av*nue. I ».•^yig/rW'-iaa.asys^^ - c ARE YOU GOING TOBUILD? H. N. RICHMOND RARER CO. fell Slei-tu Piper. 500 Hun fee! if Pi,., (or Jtt. 113-215 Odleitil An mmmm/tmmjmm/tm/m^mye^e^e^^ i BRUNNER & CO. \ f I *»! I lis ,N i i; Groceries, Wines and Liquors \ t 602 Pike Strut, iiriir rink! J 4* »'• here fm b*»d a itetk nt arts, old ' •lifnrnU <*..*»•-it.* | elareli tad whit* , > £ wlats. I'litej-. el ls»a. UM, issl. list. Ta* Unerase leant* *ft 0.l J.. foil l**l £ .I } i.iir.| MUD an.l lo fit* ilia-as tB is IB* .!'! 11-• •• mo-.r I- .—il> trails A ) Mllctsc.l. Tf It (.In,or 4_r<*-*n ~»C # i-V-% »%V*%\*»VV»»»»*V\%^%VV^-»\\ * R. WAGONER, D.as.2 Rainiest-. Dentist . _-■ •*- Basl T**lh max it X s.el4 < r-ratu. >-.■•> Him nillos" 'st up *""•* gyW- Leila Illlir.-a. II -V. up A At. rear.' fusrftntt- witl. til a.trb -_U> —— ■ HOP Hewer* I* a*.oar «*dl*| t*ytbl*| but flrti-ciatt g , __. Material la Ik* ab.va work. ___ MBS IMS IT li-jltr Bal-las- Ttlet.li.an* Main *» *-° Wea. s*-2T__,V ****" „?* Urta *** '■'•I"*" SlT.a In.lsal • jg'"'"'^ll_*s_ fHr Wy ._ n.) bar* .le«4 tb* leal al **ara *^£ i \^__\\ --V Wo 0-«'*in,M Them f I \%j v /rzz> \ 1 \J/ J. * ______________!_. ______ *"• "' -•""*"st* Q DIAMONDS ■■ !--£-. 11... B_MeBBI ■! m .M,-.ls,a»MS|*ieM Oar prleei art stlU _jr*»3»"fV -"*■ "WsUbs* «i .11 prteea." fc/3 NA/. W. HOUGHTON \f km \W 704 -let tv.nai* JEWELER Learn to Ride a Bicycle Auditorium Bicycle Riding Academy Titled »v« *___ Msdieon tSt- MKJ __sK——'Ai**V **-• mt.fl Kn.lltTt eresa c! sens. In lb. ho!*, 1. •Irna,'. mjKL mWI e^ \ DANGEROUS NEGLECT ler th* IHE ETE al.l.ai __pt__a,_*»sy Tbe m.,,1 mil Hie. e-*aa o! sens, la lit* t->l*. It a!ma«i VI _Bf7# \ la.icasst.ls In Ibes* .Ur». lor Hi* r.11.10l .IvUi. vlsl»a. ftfyjm tg 1 21_^^t 1 liar *v|«l(.»,raal lor thee.ssctiltua fs«ir ur-i*r, I. Lite l-atl A s-_ft>—_^sfswfl|flr* " U,*l ..a l. lotin.l .nr-lier*. lA/?*—,—^.! ~**—'" 11. II.IV 11 rSWII V. optirlsn n» rir.l tr ea '* ■"»"• I No Time to Lose. ' One nt th* arns.itlonal mine* at the Inde*."liver Crerlt dlsltlil 1* the Clapper lie!!, «nd It I* not Improbable that the rex! big *trike IB close at hand In tills group of claims. Word just received say* the 1-dge will shortly be cut ■ nd, If Ihe ore Is *■ good *■ the level above, look out tor lh* wildcat kind of an excitement In the *te. k The "shoot" may be farther int., th* hill then has been anticipated, but there will, undoubtedly, be sufficient recompense when th* mineral »h<its* It* tare. We advise quirk purchase, hellevlna- the next Jump In price will reach 10 cent* If you are misled by followlna our sdvlce you will be the flr.t one Never mind what the olher fellow says. IH'Y AMI AT I.Nl'l ' ■ ' __. ' JOHN E. McMANUS _ SON, 918 Second tonus .—i !S_ifc_. LUXURY ' , '■:■ ._ ♦ ;*«ili| --£_£• ** i Such at the Romans Indulged In 1 4- -1- * ,*_| wVti' * " If'.T.JL*' * ran '*** reveled In in a modern b-ith j_._L iiiß «». , . jjaV't • room, when flited up with pom 1 tin 1 I !_J___KsVa\i-—^"Am"--..-- tub. ah.iwer balb. Illod wall* and ' ! "*"—"r~____B^___P*K3r' floors and exi-aae 1 plumbing. VV* '*•'■ ".__^~^*^^__KLT*__r y** *'"' fit y'U up * bl,,nrm "u''v, a* _1' 1 kl u~ (J —I LlJ_iu^HU laiciillna never lav*.* himself In, wllh —+c !_tl—*- k'^*^'ij .gg,,. jt^Ksj all th* m°d*rn Improvement* and . —»- ■*■- j__-*-«^ilear^CTy /. i-iinvenlencca. at pries that cannot , 'll^f^^^i^^P^; raotaFpllbing CO. "-^-».et^J_^ks^--!^^*iiV Cor. Third Aye. and Spring St. n»j(isr*^j_*x<Cs ■'■*'■•*•*•*.• ■"• ■*. .*. The—* Bus in. • jsßaßl wa—^sssa—_ . ss, ■ .. _^^^________________________——__— Specials in Toilet Paper __-.- MOW RUNNING : Yon Should Buy It Freely, Becanse it is Both Good anil Cheap. COON BROS., 1417 Second Aye. DENNY-CORYELL COMPANY I eiiceessiirs to Th« r«la«rt rompaiiT ; Stationers, Printers and Binders l-raOHß^tW^ .... 716 First Avenue .. ' " ■ '■ "-'■■-. so. .».>.