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Decide
After You See
t%S
On the Car Line On the lake
30 H*us*s Built and Sold on IS
t* $12 f»*r Month.
Lots $14. $16, $24,
and Up
Term* 1100 per month. City
water on »very lot. AH you r«n
u»*, tS cent» per monlh. The
last ci.i.e.tn addition eatendlng
from ttearon •»■•• to •*** Wash
ington. Th* prlc* ol every 10l
Bdv*n.*a i: *»vh week. No* I*
tee llm. Tak* car on W.sh-
Ingt.'ii ■•••• I Office o|»*n an.l
salesmen on th* addition until
t p. I—
SEATTLE HOMESEEKERS CO.
Wa List a Few of
TOMORROW
SPECIALS
p.i Hands-tin* Bilk Band Hew
Ttta In • "lit* r»ng* «-" •*_•«__
i.,ii.rr... regvitsr »»•. BeIatBBIBS
Vslue] your Unlis ot Ihe fA*
lUv*-"»*aav*y"Wrv»i* .V«l»ta plait
ed front, nh-elr „ UtindVe**.. Am.
• arhalite walal band. »•■» **!"*■
.;•» .-'I „,...- eeee It.
It.tv*- Flsnn.lell* Bhlrl WiUti.
,uik t-it-.n.. m. value: ••"J^J
laadte*' Mi.ellt Ott stl Covers. gt»*J
muailn. veil made. Itt! value. ••*•
rial lie
Children • Hudson l»r»nd fcheel
11.1**. .ii-. I lo iXp. lie value; se
rial - ___*
Ml**** Cheviot Pre** ghlrt* per
ttrl workmanship «rtd ftttln-t
tI.TS valu*; iiw-i Sl.Hll
Ul!.i Ulsrk Rep*llent ClolhSfSSS
ftkirta ell •**"»»** bound bih! d«-*
-1... .tit hr.i HO* valu*; "^p'* 1
l.sdirs White I-awn WBeMs, hem*
ante he-* pt.i'r.i froeit *o«l coii.r.
It «* v.lue. ap-BTlal 07*
Ladle** Fancy lj»wo Foil Ireegth
'ni'' * " pr*tlv **lf erohrrntderr
irimrrrei, liW v»lu*; -r-rrvtal SB*
Bile Hi I* aerrman IJn*n l.«eam Die*
-Napklna, for herd .erilv* wt.r
tirtrt -arj Ju*l |t«ht fnr pknk
and t.i«:r< se-rtk-**, l%a Setaei
• pe-ls;. per a_«— Sfte
PETERSON'S
I POOP POOPS \_J
I SOB, SO*. ait. Pit. Sir..-.
SILK SLITS
$17.50 J?
Th* latest thing foe Summer
Wear. Sold on permeate of
11.00 per week.
WestbergltJi-r
4 (Mb ___?*-.
Oppa.it. th* Arcade Bldg.
Main- ©
spring @
75c y "* t
(ju*r_r-f>i-f
PIKE ST. JEWELRY CO.
417 Pike St.
Met Ufa and tth. •*-> Rank* li.il.
01-BAT SENSATION.
W.lrh •
Our
"Ad-
Is Wn-Jn-adajr
Star.
ALLEN * HILIIKnT,
HAHAKKII it,.
Ha Second.
Notice to Subscribers
If, any •-•nlng, your ropy of Th*
Star has not jrrh.,l at « nt o'clsrk,
t.l.phon*— flnns.f. Mala lite*, or In
rlep'ri'lerit i;jt, „,y time Later,,,
I.it »r,fi v v, and • ropy will be *sal I
«eu at sac*, by sgssftal nttieiitr,
mm SEME MM
MrSIEHIBUSLf MISSING
PORTLAND POLICE AND FRIENDS OF MISSINQ MAN ENGAGED
IN SEARCH FOR MAURICE C, CHIAL—ACCIDENTAL DROWN
INO OR SUICIDE FEARED ,1
POnTLAND, Ors.. Juaa IS.-Ths
pollc* at* today suturing lb* Wood*
on Ho** Island, in the Willamette
river, sad following up every pus
slhle clew In an endeavor to unravel
the deep mystery •urrounillng lb*
dlasppesranre of Mam n * C Chest,
a well known young man ot Hue
rlty, who went out rsuoelng last
night at ?;3i) o'clock and whoa*
| canoe was found with three Inches
ot iter la It. bottom yesterday
morning In It were found th coat
and hat of the missing man At
I SO yesterday sfternooa a pail.lt*
wsa ftitui.l near Hug Islsnd. Brarrh
ins psrltes will arottr 11.t.. and
Hog islands tor the mtsalug man
Tb* police have three theories.
The tint la that Cheat, being bard
prenacil i11'..11 Ull V , i miillllt I c.l ac tt I -
i Ida the ••■> u.i that he Improvised
j the ruse to lead bis friend* to think
' that he wa* cither drowned or com
mitted s-.iii'tiie. but I* In rralltj
• live and In flight. lie third ts
i list be waa accidentally drowned.
Chen' •■• accused of ahortag* la
h!« a -. ..nut* In the office of t'taak
OL .\i«il**y shipping merchant
\ . at. i 111 Bun US st • o'clock
the canoe was In in. by workmen
In a construction ramp of the Ore
gon Water 1'...-r sod Railway
j company oa the east ah.ire of the
titer sbovs the Inn,an -I'milat n
lumber mill and wa* turned over to
TELLS ALL
ABOUT IT
1 a—c
Another St. Louis Htxxilrr
Makes Full Confession
(Br Script*. K*t>* A** a)
ST. Mil ■ M.i, June ;•«. - Char!**
t'utk* a former raember of the ftt.
laouis house of delegates, this mors-
Ing made a full -mfsaeloa to Cir
cuit Attorney Polk of his connec
tion with th* famous lighting deals
flat-* told bow he got hi* 13 MS
«• • delegate at Ir-hm.nn • re
nowned birthday party. A ateno
graphic report of the roafe—»l..n
will be praaeated to tbe grand Jury.
GGSI m
KKin
ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
REGRADINO OP JACKSON
•TREET INTRODUCED
Con net I man Johnston rod Bead
j>a nrdlnance last night providing
for the regrade nf J. kaoa street
from Fifth to Twelfth •venues, sad
erf Mala. King and liearbora be
is*.* Fourth end Blith avenues
Th* Improvement. If made, will be
a costly 011* It provides for SB
18-toot tut at Ninth and Jackson
Its object being to afford assy ac
cess to the south-era portion of the
city from tbe new aslaay depot.
There Is s vigorous protest sgslnst
th* Improvement, however. About
SB Main street property owner* met
last night at th* office of Mate—Ms
A Jarey, la the Pacini block, to
protest *galn*t both the Jackson
I street regrade and tha Jackson
I street tunnel. They want an I per
■ cent grade o*l Mala street, which
1 can be aceompltshed by a 16-foot
cut at Ninth avenue.
Other afreet Improvements were
ordered. Among them was tbe con
•tr-etlnn of a water main on Thir
teenth avenue between Madison and
Olivs streets; snd th* installation
I streets, snd th* las-..
. ♦
Smart elm he* Herald, 1529 2d. •
Most
Married
Men
00 DOWN TOWN AT NIGHT TO
GET THOSH THINGS Willi II
TUB WIFE KAII.B TO HAVE tN
TIIK tlOli'HH Till: WISE WIFE
POOVLDES

ALL THE FAMILY AND EVKIIY
VISITOR LIKES IT IT'H A
HEALTHFUL, IDEAL SUMMER
TWO DOZEN 11 ALP- PINT HOT*
TLM DBUVKREO so*.
Phon* tach.ng. 28.
THE SEATTLE STAR—TUESDAY. JUNK «8, 1904.,,
a crowd of young SMS who war*
present living In BB old boalhuua*
near there.
John •iiiuititt employed al th* of
fice of the Pacific Ilia, nil i ouipitiiv.
limit charge ot the canoe and took
It to a house nearby, from which
pin. i' Captain of Pollen Hail- y wa*
notified. An Investigation was Im
mediately atsrted.
Cheat ws* in partnership with II
a Mltkaey. 613 Chamber of Com
merce building. In th* brokerage
business Today Mi Htickney
•tsted that rui fat as he knew ther*
I* no reason for hi* parts*. ■• ritsap
(tearat unless he met with an BB*
rldent, Iln-tever. It la known that
the alleged stunts*, st Wonlsey's
office csme to s . rl.l« Raturdsy. At
that time Cheat promised lo mak.
good the amount, saying thai h*
wss In s position to .In so now. It*
Im im-Ily worked la • confidential
rapacity for Woolaey, but left there
•lx months ago to *nter th* office
of Mr. Stli kney
Mr. Cheat ww a son In taw uf
Mr. t'.r.liu or —«ttl«. of Ibe firm
of Card I a • mill., grata dealers, s
brother of Frank Cardln. of Taro
ma Maurice Cheal was the son ot
Iter. Jamea Cheal, who wa* rector
of SI liter a and St Astir** s
t hur. he. ot Ts. .tut. for .eteial
years. Mr. Chesl wss well known
In Seattle
of a tie tie rage system SS Madrons
llrlgbta The planking or Tbtrd av
enue was referred to th. •treat com
mittee, and also the planking of
Klghtb avenue between Inks and
Howell. Th* imißtructliin of Lb*
Evan-ton avenue water in. vii
postponed, and the **•«•!) project
waa referred again to th* streets
committee. The estst* of Jobs Col
lin* male a formal protest against
the Improvement.
Melody Choir and other property
owner* protested against th» grad
ing of Eleventh ateßU* betweea
M*.l twin sad James streets Mr,
Choir Informed the mum II thst b*
had himself cut the roadway now
on the street out of th. wilderness
many years ago sad be thought It
waa sufficient for sosse time to
rome He aald lbs property hold
ers could not bear lb* eapenae at
this time.
DISEASE LURKS
IN CITY SEWER
Superior Judge iJtif.ln la hearing
today tb* salt brought by Katie
t-rtiss ssd W. F. Morgan to force
the city to aba ados a sewer outlet
os the tide flat*, oa the ground
that It Is a nuissnt-e.
The plaintiffs also seek to recov
er lai.etuo .mage. Their ronttatioa
Is that 111 health ha* resulted to
tenants of building* thsy own la
the vitnlti of the .ewer mouth be
suae- of the aping sewer gs*
THE CIT) WON!
A superior court Jury returned s
verdict for the defendant thl* mora-
Ign in lb* damage *ult of Mrs.
Ntcholss Brhmltt against th* city.
Mr. t-kbtnitt -tie-I for lIt.OOQ dam
.*.. for Injuries sustained by fail
ing into sac» at altos on Ku.t av
en lie
ROBBED WHILE DRUNK
James llaugbtln. a lodger at the
New Western hotel, started 80 on
tbe wrong foot last night. It lid
not eke him long to fin. a Minna
on Washington street, and In leas
time than It lakes to tell it be bad
become well acquainted with a
mixed lot. He reported to the po
lice IMs morning that he bad been
rubbed of ISO aad a gold watch all
he had. He was Intoxicated when
be made the report.
POLICEMEN
70 PARADE
ON JULY 4
Chief of Police Oelaney this, morn-
Ing Issued a general order to Ma
patrolmen, requesting th*m to be on
hand for the regular "II A. Inspec
tion, review and .parade as tbs
morning of July t. The order will
be obeyed by th* entire force, wllh
the exception of those on regular or
special duly. Patrolmen villi ap
|.tir in full itress uniform anrl are
i ftjii. inlty requested not to forget
belts and batons. Cu.it. Irving
Ward Bill have .barge of th* pa
rade,
SAYS CAR HIT HIM
l: 11. Stanley filed »|l",i lira
age suit again.' the Heattle Electric
company in the superior court thl*
morning. Ths plaintiff claim* to
hare suatslned serious Injuries by
bring I.nt.. itei down by a linen
Luke . «r last ii. lobar.
The am tbrought by O. V law
son to enjnln th* clljr from proceed-
Ing with the regr«'!' of Hecond sv
ernii' until he ball have been paid
for iiriaKit* which ha claims will
result to his property on Penny
way In being lit .ml In the superior
court today. „ M ;-, -.
LITTLE HAPPENINGS
Harry Itaytnond 11,11 y.atarday
itn.iteUil |tl .tannage* sat tin.t 111*
ctty In b« superior . ..it' ii
iinlitirit (hat a tatiUge 1.. MS
driving wag ruined one night a few
months ago when he drove over a
bad .tiei-t on Un. ci, Ann* hill.
Mvmliei . lif |h* 'I Itllleelitll Ml llli*
■ola regiment, living In thla illy, got
together laat night and organised a
.... 1.l 1 lull. About tt of Ih* Hl-li*
l.li war l.telull* tei-t. pte.rtit.
I.it-.tl Martin Tew waa alet'Ud pres
ident md A. 11. hnlil -•■ let.uy.
DarM iiromi*y. of sot Ttrsatfa
•l«th avenu* north, slots a watch
from a woman who roomed In th»
•ant* I. 'use lis .lit not torn* home
fur a few day. .ml suspicion rested
lipon hint T»st*rday City lMci-llte
Adam* pig .1 lliottil»y under •nest
• h'iige.l with the theft He fern*
fi-.a.d hla guilt. 111. watch was
recovered.
finialt buy* sending "l 1 toy hot-atr
halloein* In ih* nslglitivthood uf th*
re.litem* of Jam** 11. Iaov», tit
li.treii avenue, **l thai . buIMMB
•Ma* laat *v*nlng, 'me of th*
flaming balloon* lit on th* roof and
atarted a Mr* An alarm waa turit*d
In nnd th* flam** uueiulieel before
much dameg* had In.eu dun*.
ACQUITTED
on T. D, FERGUSON FOUND
NOT GUILTY OP CHARGE
OB MANSLAUGHTER FILED
AGAINST HIM FOLLOWING
SENSATIONAL DEATH Of
AGNES DOWNS
(Spatial U Th* Star!
BOI.FAX. June Jt,-The Jury la,
tbs Ur. T. li t-eigueatu eaa* laat
night returned a verdict of noti
guilty. Dr. Ferguson wa* h«tge«l
with manslaughter ... result of
tha death of Mia* A****. Down*.
following an alleged rrlmlnil op
era! loa.
Miss Downs, »h.i ess • sail
known ecboo! teacher here, ms a
dying st.teinent giving tbe detail*
of th* alleged criminal operation,
wblrb ah* charged Dr. r*el |la-aill
with performing-
Tb* entire eta V tr.lr|lt». *s»
consumed la th* arguments of
counsel for the detente out prow
ration. Tbe ra»* weal to lb* Jury
at 4 o'clock In the afternoon, and
the Jury returned with th. verdict
of not guilty st midnight.
There ha. been great local st
t■itenient over the . ase and bltler
feeling IS evidenced over the fail-
Mr* of the Jury to ronvtrt the thr
.1. laa who Is on* of tbe b*al
knows prartltioarrs la this sertloa
i.f Ike atat*.
VANDALS '
AT WORK
Santos Dumont'a Airship
Ruined by Souvenir Hunter*
illr Bert—a. N.w. Am a 1
ST. Irftl'lrl, Ma.. June tt.—Van
dals hsv. rslncd Stir" Immnni s
balloon by enlerlng the,big ■bads'
la whlrh the ainiblpa are stored sad
cutting tbs silk -tins nf th«
rtaatos VII . th* Ul*»t pattern of
lrakli. built by Dunii.tit. It wss to
have bean used by blot la the aerial
.-.ititest at the fair The deatntrttoa
of tb* airship la thought to be tb*
work of souvenir hunter, Ki-«ir.
cannot be made for tbe Inlttat flight
July 4, as intended
DROWNED
BATHER MEETS DEATH IN
WHITE RIVER. NEAR BUCK
LEV . ,
(Special l* Th* Star)
lit IKI.RY, June «.— MIM
t'hnatt|i»aiii ■ young msn 20 >.mtj
'of ag*. wss drowned shout 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon wills
bathing la While river. He fas
•elated wllh < ramps while In Ike.
water and screamed for help His
companion, a young man named
Boyae. became frightened end ran ,
, for h*lp. which arrived ■boot half
lea hour afterward Th* body ••*.
quickly recovered from tbe water
snd everything possible done, tn (
I resusi lisle the young msn, but! tn
im purpose. On.un was th*
old**' con of Mr. »nil .Mrs. Aml few
fhrlsierison. ,
BAN riIAM'IHOO, Jsns 11.-TRe
if earner Mariposa, from ■ Tahiti,
brings the story of s bolter etpln
•lon aboard the r'rench i rajasT I
' ["iian *. sevetal weeks ago. Fit
tt -< n men were killed. The m< Id nt
occurred while th* rmlser was en
route from Noumea to Paper
, 8T 1,01:18. Mo, Jun* 28.— this
tea* University of Mlchlgsn tlsy on
ths exposition cslendar Member*
r,f the fs. ulty and alumni to • total |
of several thouasnd were present
at,.l took part In Hi* celrbrstlon ot
the lay.
♦-
•mart clothes. raid 13:"' 2d. •
•— »
S.st Sinew la Seattle, wllh Saw
terra, »r SurgunSy. si M.1.0n fl.r
berts. Bieond ... Jsmrs, .very ...
•lag. lias *»
■ .. II I IB I -— -■ ■ J
91 ," .-WfTvl. lUrl3-*
WILL CONFER ON
SMOKE NUISANCE
HOARD OF HEALTH AND OTHER CITY OFFICIALS
TO DISCUSS PROBLEM NEXT THURSDAY I.VI/
ING—SCHOOL BOARD ARCHITECT READY TO RE
PORT ' : . ___._._.
Th* member* of Ibe board of
health will meet Thuisdav evening
to tak* up thn smoke evil with oth
er city t.ffli lulu. I'restilent l.nu.li
ary so summit • yrstrrtlsy. Mayor
lliillliig. i. Chief i.l Pollc* lielaney.
iiiaiiiuau irl.lilnii. of the health
and sanitation i iirnrnll It of the
couarll. Hollar Inepa- Murray
and I'll* .Marshal Kellogg have
hews Invited to attend the confer
ence.
Architect Stephen* li.« •limit
completed a report on the ad i imi
blllty sml coat of preventing lb*
emission of smoke from school
bulldlns* whli ll he » 111 present to
the seat meeting if tti.. 1...,. of
etliti atton.
VV i: Murray. th. rlly holler In
spector, Is going to make the study
of smoke consuming and preventing
apparatus the object of ■perial
study on an Its-tern trip on vbtt-b
ha I. to It -iv* on July 10. He gue-s
IT'S TRULY
PATHETIC
. Albert M Sli-tcbmss. whose wit*.
Mrs. i: mm a Stockman, recently
•nod blm for dlvorcs, filed a •*•
sational answer sad cross com
plaint la th* superior court today
Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year.
____\\\B*A*m\ Tha BIST MOT WIITHIR BtIDIOINS a
C^Z__________^mAr__B^^^
tU. JOaT^^^Jl^J^J^^^^Q^^^^^SjU^^""-^^^^^ PTtggUU
PREVENT ALL SUMMER BOWEL TROUBLES "",
B_
Short Weight Table Queen
Dee* the loaf of bread yoti buy l _ * **' *_•* hr__* *_**_____*
-__.i_.tw _. .--,. mA mm «-»_• f „„i u . BW_.o*> 111 A mini*T-ft ■nop OT noa*
weigh • poundl or -5 tout-tees *T!i 4 a. Vi.it end t..peet
ounces? Weigh It and •*•. The __. __._,_.._, ***
cur t.-Kerj.
Table Queen A Prize
weighs a full peund Why net Kvery dsr. If row find slumlßtirn
«r«-t a batter quality and full check you wtll gel bread enough
weight by buying | far a week ear MSB fr'IUC-.
Each Loaf Stamped on Bottom T. Q. B. Co.
or TABLE QUEEN
rat t. nut IT
.... Not In the Combine ... •
_j-_rL-.rit~iin.rT-ii~ti~i s-B~s~ii~iii-ii~iri~i-~i 1-i ** ~i~ -,— — —— ■— mAßß*A*m* * *»i * * _•_■_■ -._•_*_■ SSmS
Quoon City Laundry
Oat Rate Offices
Main Office and Plant—Cor. First Ay*. and Bell St.
Down Town Office—Third Are., baas Pike St.
Shirts tOo Dollars 2o Cuffs -te
Ha Weft*. Lredla.ie.t st A he** BTttss-
Po P u!Af|^^\S7^Qt| Day"
Mm " *tXlyll -____/»y
Week If IT 4 T"«
£*- Made Easy
1 Af
.With Pyramid Washing Powder—undoubt
ed!-- the best tin tlie market—our price—
[ 3 LBS. FOR I7c
ACORN MATCHES— You will find none
better, ,lc»x> in ,i box , our price, a pack'
•i i'.ct Hit*
Fresh Fruit, Delicious I'ucuiiijicrs, IV.-is,
Cauliflower -in.' Tender Young Vegetables
a fresh from l!;. garden every morning. _
a i
j WW. S. WAYFIELD
(The Family Grocer)
503 Pike St.
MAIN 998. IND99S.
, 1 "F.AT TO LIVE."
But It Will Cost You Less at Mayficlds.
a *" '— " ' . . .
to lib hmond. Virginia ■• lb* local
delegate to the t-onveutlun of the
Natlonsl Association of Ktatlonnry
Engineers, which Is lo be held In
that rlty from August 1 to B.
Thla Will give la ■rt 1 •<> 'a . lie-lit
opportunity to get to the bottom of
th* matte Msnufscturers will
I,see on eihitiltiun at tha conven
tion all of tin- in...1 approved ai.
pilasea* vied 111 .in. ...ri.timii
tlon and Mr. Murray an also »ew
personally engineers who are au
thorities on the .utile.! Ha Wit)
try to find out what -airl of appa
ratus would be specially adaptable
to condition. in Ke*'
He will Halt New York. Chicago.
Boston and other large rtttt-M to see
bow 'he •moke evil I* handled la
■ut a large manufacturing renters.
Mr. Murray will accompany htm.
Bhe ... . to lb* convention of the
I-carter* of th* Women of the O. A,
It . being delegate st large from
this state.
He denies Mrs. Blockmsn's Bile
gstton* of non-support snd crnrlty.
•ml alleges that It la his wlf* who
ll a. attuned him. He tell, nl sees*
•Sua* wtmn eh. crept up behind htm
*. b« sat in a rhatr ml beat tiiai
over tbs bead with a poker, and
also Bar* tbat the baa attempted to
•lab him.
Mr. sto Itiisii •> .toiling to her
husband* ir.ua complaint. is •*
--travagsnt •nd •htftlras. He give*
her all He money be an rak* to
gether, he sllegea, and ■till .he
I* not Milifted, and refuse* to
mend hi* i ii.ttu• or rook bl* aeala
FREDERICK ft NELSON, (Inc.)
I'liiniilrii. Cradll I! ...i.. fm r.lain IS
Special Sale of Chiffoniers and Odd
Dressers Tomorrow and Thursday
riUll KNTIIII* IiIHI'I.AY, CONHIHTINO Or* OVKtt 17*. HAM-
I'l.Krl, IS MAIKHIANV. lill-.n. 1,1 I. e1.'.11.l WAI.NCT. "111.
HIIII'H, OAK, AHH, lilt irri'a, I.'AN UK ■ It'iHl.N AM*-. AT
Ml it I_I.KM THAN iil.iit I- Alt I'HII'EK.
tatiw |irlt-*d, medium priced nnd high-grade «*hlfforiter« and Odd
In bh. ii ur* well represented on nt limit. We devol* as nit—i
rare to tli* scire!lon of our low priced .......ia «■ to our medium
priced, which are the products of the be«t faetorlea In the eotintry. A
vt.lt in our Art I'titnlluie Itootn win do much to aid you In Judging
the .|t. ill's nn.l iti.it uf our rh'iA in,- nf hlgh.grade goods.
Special Prices Like These Will Be in Effect
Tomorrow and Thursday
npCCCCDC •» 76 Golden oak Chiffonier for
17,75 llr Dresser for It.lift 111.00 fiolden Oak Chiffonier for
1,00 Wy I'res.er for * ft.lf.lt iffi'&tfZ 6_i't_Utwn\lr f2
|»7t llr litesser for |11.11.i IN. IS
llO.t'i Ash 1nc..., for 17.1H1 lli'tl OoidSfl Oak Chiffonier for
Bit" flnl.ltn Oak Dreruel for.. •••• • .AH.UO
- 87 SS '" ■"' Holden 0«k Chiffonier for
lll.'fl UoHlen OS* Drssssr for ..i'.'j.' ,J_,i.i;^ ir.,' Chiffonier
,U;' Vl Mt, '■"
_ *'■ 87.80 88.M5
111.it floldeii link In i Im |1J,*,0 Holdrli 0«k Chiffonier for
• 7«MI |8.00
ll.' .. «.-.1-i- s. oak liff.i r for.. 112.71 (lolden l.li Chiffonier for
»* in 111. i"
IIJ-'D fiolden Oak I»rea»*r for.. ***** "olden Oak Chiffonier for
... , BN US • 88-lo
1U.71 Oolden o.k Dresser for.. ***** Hold** O.k Chiffonier for
„ ... „ , 111 -_nt .18-IB
1110(1 Oolden'V'rsk Dresser for.. »1608 ObMbs Oak «*hlffonl»r for
111 ill IMI
111.25 'iVoidr'r,' Oak Dreiser 'J '" »>«-•• ,JoM'n °ak CMtfSSJar tor
a v r.O Sw.uu
115.71 Y*oid»n oik' Srsaaar far. ,u,i <loUint omm HVmam
iuMj 810-BO
litis UaMai' U.k Dresser for.. •'**• (Mtra <** ' hirf ' " '"r
llf.Yl noiden O-j. ■mV.'.'rVrtr 85 ***** '***&- '6* <H.itt**tiler for
S l IIHI a a a . a| I 1,...!
Ms* iilrAmTi ti*pU •'"-,. »•*• .' 50,,,'n # °** A™"°. $ laiis
Silo BlVtiiVe' Ma l-e OrVa-. "/n" » '*** "••'■'•" '-" C-tt fo'nl-r for
• ■47 ft * .*..... ........ fi At.vu
llJ'o'o'Kl'rdsVyVVtipl'e "*■'" »»*» °ol<,,' n °«k °"' ,'./.'•:
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__,«„ 11*71 lllrdsei* -I -
• !-..'• OSta' 'Oak iVVsser I . till •" 00 ""•J"''! Oak BIS.BB
. ' ™ ll- ....Men n*k
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ttaao i ttflr I ,' ,„™ » "1-n 'tab <-hiff.,..!a*Wor
Mnpl* '„""" for IISOO •••aa ViJ-iail-' <_.*,' '/•i,ier„'e?/C' i.,
111.0* Mahogany or Ulrd-rv* M«* ,2' °° °u,J*n °*k '**W %
ttVsV «Ti_V n_V • --J'ti,____\ H"f MawSOiit" Chiffonier for
II 11 Golden * '•*_. or itlr.l.eye SIS 25
Mafil* lwe**er for 11 B.rtO „.','•* '.*'".._' 'AIV V-i,irr,,,Ti.e "»„.
I IMS lllrdsey. Maple Dre...r r.,r ,J| f° ™*™ ?.**.. .^" Bin fto
• •;*;.■ «•*'Jl.V*-.!*!*.'v;'t.'?. ,o'l .-ioV Mahog-ny CJilfta-irs-fsr.-;
|S:0l Wit'il tltillrtl Oil lirrt-ef * " W_A Ml
|l«°frS M.hoiinV oV hVrdse'vi'l, 8." ««*«* tle,*
itMt.ffiSe-Sr^w.'rd^e «».»°r:^r°;X^H f.*! n;r7.io
„..__ 117 lO
• «*_. I) r.*rr' r f^ r -. V.' •Hi '00 „, M ni'rtary* Mapis or M«hos*
|-b*os Holder, Oak or Mshonay ,„ y rhlffonler f«»r BIS.OO
Dresser for MI.SO „,<,., r^i,*.,, 0 » k chiffonier for
CHIFFONIERS ! IliVl *fllrdsey*"Mi"pii.' Curly
Itir.-h er Mahogany Chlffonlar
17.71 iMI-ii Oak Chiffonier for for 1111.211
11. SB |:tsi iT_4.|en Oak. 1.,.*).-.. Ma
la 75 till ten Oak Chiffonier for pie or Mahogany Chiffonier for
• •.SB . „ ; lIQ.AO
FREDERICK ft NELSON, (Inc.)
Complete Credit Housefurniahera
Second Aye., Madison and Spring Sis.
REMARKABLE BONA-FIDE
Wall Paper Sale!
NOW IN PROGRESS.
A Rare Opportunity to Get 1904 Goods at Un
heard-of Prices
Big Discount on New Pictures
. and Frames
The Federal Art & Wall Paper Co.
302 Pike Stiaot
Monthly $15 to $20
Cost $50 to $150
New Modern 5 and 6-Room Houses
m -all** from business center. It minutes by r.r. Ileasonebls walking
distanca .
Open Daily for Inspection
Call st Kteta, or tak* -.htngteia street car to State street. Oe eae
block ml
See ihe New Homes
VA • ar. building Th. price* null* '' "m tl.--* to U.S. best ef con
strui thin, *bt«t*d and Sid.-, ilea el tie floors; concrete toe-Jog.
WM. P. HARPER & SON
10 D..t.r H*rt»n Bank Building. Telephone Ned IMf.
Cut in Half-Prices to Suit-Styles that
Please— Quality That Lasts
We combine all these good qualities and you are wall pleased.
Everything going st half price ami If.*.
I.'-.-in .suits tor $12.50
130,0.) Bull* f0r..,, $ 1 5-00
tl Bull* for 1 BStO.OO
Aud many other prices that wo hsve to suit you.
New York Store
JACOB PERL, Prdpr.
I il>s Second Avenue Near Pike Street 1
Free Delivery
To all pail of th. city. Including Oroin | ,„. and ri.ili.nol Mali
orders filled and tie prepay ex pre** or freight charges to all point*
within 100 miles nf ftsattl* on all .lets nt $3.00 or otsr.
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