OCR Interpretation


The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, August 29, 1904, Night Edition, Image 8

Image and text provided by Washington State Library; Olympia, WA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87093407/1904-08-29/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 8

a*?
MAISON LICENSE
GOMES UP AGAIN
IDC* CHANGE Or OWNERSHIP, THE PERMIT TO RUN A
SALOON. DENIED A FEW WE EKB AGO, WILL DE ASKED O*
COUNCIL
HHe*f council will he called up
tr agaia tonight to decide whether
>? sot It t* witling to allow a sa
oon to.."' run at t.03 Hccond aye-
Unequaled in Seattle
-.EfiDY'S TURKISH BATHS
50c
■"i Ui*nt*r Dtst.e Hot-ton Bank
r 1
$1.50 Per
Gallon
i •for * Port, Sherry. Angelica,
Tokay or Muscatel Wine lhat It
•feat. well aged ** can no: be
..j^TT'siated anywhere f>i ti...
Bu> Here end Save the
'Small Dealer's Profit
W&OrTZiiOIZs
fgdMi II I I 11111 l I I I 111 ll'
«2»»(H First Aye. Sooth
Both Phones, Pink ITil.
!i , ,?. Pre* laclirery.
WHY WEAR YOUR OLD
CLOTHES
Wtarn it la bo easy to get new ones?
Eastern Outfitting Co.
Comer Fifth and Pata.
H-'t» laaillea* am] ('..-,!»' Suit*. Jacket*. Overcoats, lists. .:• . . .. In
fad everything In the line of wearing m -.1 on • 1.1.M r.
A UtU* down .vi I the balance
I $1 a Week
I. tuffKlent for them.
,)* *£.J C.mpl.t. Credit Hsuttfumith.es. FREDERICK A NELSON (Int.) C*m at. Mot.l and Club Furnishers.
■M*'***M^ Beattl. Hem* *f th* C'lil M*j**ti* Rang..
Iforty Exclusive Patterns of Sideboards
L,; On Special Sale for Two Days
_\^____r***j_ii a _p
JMS'/*l*lir*ee sr* of eastern m.nufa trie- a!) being of solid o ah. v.- •■ ntrol tr aln* in •_•«• •-. (It* pal t erne ,t. encln- Mv B more of
StHli eta*, i.f good* la ea th» mm* !!> placing !h» irr-a.ni at.- kon a.l. „' ittr.ctlv* reduction* a* ..iin t.i popular.** the line Ttietr Hide
.-* % *■***» I« are of g»-l cju.lity. an lun Questionably th. bett In he bought r.r ihi rantiej I'nr iblllti to t-a * thrm befor* yoa at tie. |ll.'* a. de
■&MBtr»r »vlJrn.-*cf th. fact that 1* i: M.1.1. RIOIIT IIDCAL'tIE WK lit *l 111.Ill" c-Sr end* t. ■• -..«. n.gM.
Regular $16.75 Sideboard Cjrfohn__rHc Regular $22.50 Sideboard
* for $12.25 01-IBUUdIUb for $17.50
' ■ Ja.
|-*e^ __Was***fl%_?e_|paaa **^ _nE_^^»_"_____**t. "** mlrj "^ lavaNa _^L_M
j Mn^Einy&^qH^l i-^f^C^ Si*s_| I » t I Se*'' '**-'. Jm| ■ ' S
W •t-Mkonr! 1- ' . j Bl'lebc . „ ,„. „, ,
ft . IM. (Ml
I bml pltls ml-r-f ' ?V, ,n 1. li r,„n, M 5.00 Hldebonrd. two pattern*... ::n.*. Inche*. .nd Kr-n.-h bey.l plat, mirror
■ supported try heavy fluted column*, and front I* »- .-.v -I. jj.j,, , n ,. h „, „„„..,,,. ,„., ,„ „,.,,„„'„.., hv fltite.,l
oriiamented with heavy *c*ro I carving K'deboard ..... •- - - ..$50.60 „,,.......„ „.., a^J, (Jn,^;'^.^.'^^.;^',^
.i. j ha* claw feet. Itegular pries 114..5; tr«lajr «n^>«"- l»* 00 Hldeboard, two pattern*.... carving. Ilegulnr prlc* IJJ.iO, today and tr,.„„r
■I morrow *. fllfceo ft I (Ml row , „ „ „, „, „,
ir. -*-- ——*- = -
(&=! Frederick & Nelson, (mo !___?._£_
ll I morrow $7_giJ gs.M.jr.;.. Second Aye., Madison and Spring Sis. ;-».--;-..... Tomorrow $9.75
nue, underneath the Mat son Ilarbe
rlt, the proprietor of which has been
refused permission tv transfer the
saloon to that location. Clement
Man-e11.., of Han rienrlson. who
ha* put. im- .-.I ltartirrl*' license ami
lea*-, of the place ha* applli.l to the
• our., il for permission to again open
the establishment.
The Hi-ens* ami revenue committee
took the matter up at Its meeting a
week ago ami. after hearing Marcel
lo's statement, took the matter un
der attvlsrinent until today no that
a lull commute* coukl be present
to consider the matter. Marcel lo
claim* that he bought Itarbcrls out
In foot faith atul. will run the sa
loon ■-„, '.iti'l
Mullen'* long expected Thlnl av
enue regratle i-> tition I* achedulea.l
to be filed with the council again
tonight. Mullen'* plan It to ascer
tain the damage* against the city
that will result from the regrado by
it. conili-mtiation tutt Then If they
[ prove to lie 100 grrat the property
j owner* signing hi* petition are to
I agrre In the repeat of the ordinance
j. -t.i! *.:• -t r iig the new grade.
Those who favor the Thomson, or
j moderate regraile plan, opposing
Mullen'* ti'heme, - .-.nn that the lat
ter r»n never lie rarrieal out as It
will necessitate 100 heavy damage*
against the city. They believe that
the scheme Bill fall through of Its
own weight.
'Ihi' hill i...|.i..|.i until* f.I(K) fur the
altlt'tiliiK nf Ihe outlet nf tlri.-n
laUn ami Unmet ts nritliiancn icgu
l.ltltu. till' • v . .1 Of latitlimulltlt'* Mill
also come mi
There Is a possibility thst sonic of
the couticllnit'lt -ill make nntillicr
.in. in|.i tn secure an appropriation
fur the t'rlltiMitim hnitie, Msvor Hal
linger ami Oomhtratlsr Klpllnger
hut nu-. tli rut t lcil Un attt*iii|it iv i-.i".
a ri't-ciit oritlimiict' iiuiKlng *vi h nn
lllil.il colli tsi t.
Th* how scheme I* to secure the
1110111111)1 appropriation through
te. hull ally ambling the provision
111 the charter prohibiting it tiy
i. i ir.iiii' the frit teuton home a "re
rorm school." However, nu law iun
de svulilt'tl in.tin.th that t tin tint
Ihi Rinlil.il illn-ctlv ami the new
scheme I* also llshle to fall-
COSTS
MONEY
___
TEXTILE STRIKE HAS AL
READY COST WORKMEN 1800,.
000 — MANUFACTURERS • ■".-
COMING UNEASY
... .._..
(By BcHrtas N.w* As* >
KALI. RIVER. -la»*. Aug 29 —
The slvth week of the tettlle ttrths
Involving SO.oOs) was ushered In lo
tiay. There Is no more In'llistlon of
a '. - - ■ . ' lon nf ii. . i"- i - than
when the hitter struggle began. The
ttrlke so far ha* cost th* worker*
|. ■ , ...si in wages sml thry hay*
tprnt Ilil.iMio from their treasury.
It It learneil lhat the Southern
manufacturer* sr* terming tnuih
business hitherto hamllnl tiy local
mills The manufa. turers are be
i umlng uneasy.
LARGE-LY AI TENDED
The rim*.. little meeting* that
are .-lag heti! In the large lent at
Klrat sventie ami l-nny way. con
ducted hy the Hnr. Theodore Han
; sen of Wisconsin, under the auspices
ol the l*rot**t*nt chunhea of North
rWattle, ar* being largely attended i
The meetings wilt be continued
throughout the week.
The police are looking for Cha*
' Rserney, a Metlcan, who deserted
hit wtfe end tmatt rhlldrr in thl*
!rlty a few day* ago. The fatal!*
. ha. I been living al the Everett hn
-on "It..- i avenue until a- . . .
jby Rsrrnry. They are at present at
the llyther horn* on Third avenue.
LONDON, Aug ru— The Copra
hagrn agent of t.loyd* wires thai
two Itusalan torpedo h.iaU passed
tt.- " lv 'ai 1- ■ .1. I sooth.
THI- SKATTI.rcSTARfI
FACES
CRISIS
-S iiiiiii* 1..-HISI ■'" 1—
RUSSIAN FINANCES IN SAD
WAV— BANKS FAIL AND
MORE TROUBLE EXPECTED
(Pr Script*. N.w* Ae.'n I
RT. PBTETUIDUnO, Aug. tt.—Fl
i-.i t. I.i l tlriltti ate bet tuning tin
easy over the money outlook. Itittik*
of A nil reef, I'etttohenkln ami trsst
pott Intl.- suspended a* a r.*«iilt Of
the inns. A rumor I* nirretit this
morning that thn lint-rial hunk
I* Involved in thn Otslpoft failure
1 111 i It 11. IIU .1
MORE TROUBLE
FOR SULTAN
lU.UI.IN'. Atlg. :> \ l!!ni.ilt.lt
to the Tageblatt from Constantino
ple say* the Alhlan l«udy guartli o(
the tullan at *tilil!s Ivtosk bay* r*~
iiii'i.i on account of a report thst
there would tie no i .n no ut of wag
ea. They arte subdued by other
troop* after severs! had t - • n kllle.l
and -..mul. I The sult-.n aa*
greatly disturbed by the incurrence.
WILL NOT SEE
CORTELYOU
111. ScrltrM N.W* Ann .
NEW TORK. Aus. W-Juhti
Mitchell left for tndtanspolt* tht*
morning, ll* said he would not • —
Chairman t'ortelyou relative to the
i» • inti 11. 1.1. • of I'resldrSt
Ilraiw-vrlt |b the mining trouble, lv
i ... -r.. '. • The metal miners are
nol within his Jurisdiction, and Ike
coal miners have no diffl- ultle* of
serious character.
Spanish War
Heroes Meet
WAPAKOJOCTA. • •i ■ «. i. J» —
Ittreets and buildings here ate g»y
ty decorated in honor of Ih* Hfatiisb
ear veteran* whi*_> annual *tat* •*•
unKin ciprnwl today, .**."**•*»* of ytt
itois front every ptrf af Ih* •*♦
arrived U*t night «ifi"lhl» morning
In addition le th* ■ .- * - „- „.-..
held In th* i ity hail thi* IBfattaaa
th. day* i".t .-, Im In.le.| p ri,Hi
lary pared* al m-"i u»d aa .'..!■
i
lal fituiii i«rtnie inter In th* day,
The. reuitiott will i uti-iiil over to.
nitiiiii-. Hitiiitu.ky, lliutillliiii nml
Ktndlny lite colllenllllg for ttte In.lint
of i-lilciliiliiliig nest yeur'* liiiiilnn
MINNESOTA STATE
FAIR IS OPENEL
HT. I'AII, Minn, Aug. If—lUg.
ger atlil lirtler Hum evet tnfiue I lie
Minnesota state i.n una opeiietl lo
the |iui.ii,. today with a record a
1.. 11. tm- utti ml.in. c. fur .. first day,
Reverrtl Ittrge nml nuigtilfli rut build.
Ing* It-ve been enlisttticlril during
litr- list year mul all of these ate
well filled with a i niuprehetitlve
■ti-. ' i lln t. , the ri-suliii ca
and i'i-lii-iii, - nf tbe state, |*roli
ably ths moat Important rrntuie i*
the lln- .tuck rthililtliiii which *ur
|utß*e* any |irrv|iitis itl*|i|iiy of pur*
bred ■ ni. tield In the nut lliwrst.
TO ORGANIZE
[LABOR PARTY
CHICAGO. Aug* »».—A number of
driegatrs have arrived for the con
vrnttott called by Ihe Chicago Fed
• i .it i ,ii nf 1..1...1 fur Ihe i ni i .a., uf
fomilng a new pulttlral paily of
-ink Int turn, faritiets. singl* lasers.
Turner a... „ t,. , md ci unnltllc r*.
form i... ;i. .
The i ■ i. ,1 view* . n'r i • ii-.. I by
the ■•'! .i ./. i. of |be new | ,rl\ im
etpre«tM».| In Ih* official call for th.
convettilon. Among other thing* the
promoter* accuse both the repuhlii*.
an..'.l .'•-...■• .ti i im.. nf be.
Iraytng Ih* ...'it..... of th. wink
ing i-. i-r. anil *tal* thai. Instead
nf i-.ti'l. ..I (i..,| „i. In Ih* Cnlti-d
Kttile. ther* Is being reared both a
la.iut | and Industrial driputlstn
I una |. (■..-■. i . i. n |n Ituaeta,
DAVID B. HILL
IS SIXTY-ONE
AI.ItANY. N. T, Aug. It—lravid
I'e-r ■■ " 11111, thrice governor of
M*w \ ■ ■ a once flit.! -stales letta
lor and at i•■ -•' i one of Jmtge
I'ark. I . chief ism|*l_n manager*.
today entered Upon hi* *Jnd year,
l*_r ti year* Mr. tlilt haa been In
public life. It* It newt .'..i.n,, «
ngiii rarrlea hla sltty.odd years very
, lightly. Ills friends sent him num.
SIMS „■ i. ■ ■• ■.' iii.-t.a today and riot
c f.*r of Ihem added a prediction
lhat higher public honor* ars In
store for htm than any he has yet
enjoyed.
L.ainion*. Quality St or-. All
•.III.* Full MlMirr*.
{
Imported
ALE AND STOUT
20c I
Per Bottle
Fp*.l*l lew prtcea gives hy
i th. d..rr n
In. delivery, Including Oreea
l-ake and tt_llard.
Mala ill: Ind. Mt.
-_f$J/?lV/W
r_r
Wholesale Bute Catering tO
Can*. Trad-
ISO- SECOND AVI'NIX.
mmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmm
*^^^<M n M M^H -^l_-_----_____-___-_--___--__---.
It's Your Interest
It* to your Intereat to get tn
a reliable dor* when ynu nee.]
nr!,. ii,. ...ii ran ,1- ;• '. I on
lhe> -r i.iiu. here, and th. prlc. I*
no higher and In many caa...
much lata than at other i-:» .«
*eV* ar* selling—
l.i|'i'-i..i-'. tie* else Ml.
I.(.jinn..he-, tde site 43c
Munyi-n'* I'.ta-I'm*. $I*4 site..
H|.
Velvet Crentn. genuine, ttte stsr
I _5e
Headache Itromo. Me- tlie '_.*.-.e
l'n Hum. targe battle SS*
Wlli h llatel, pure, pint...,25*
IU. AK..hi.l, half gallon. ..sl>e
Ttieaa are. pel r\. „1 ni ll em.
Al O'tr sture they run thl* low
all ihe time., mil all grand* and
pre« rli.'lims ar* priced on *_m*
basis
Bath PI sn.i M»,n SJJ.
I re. D.liv.rr.
■Stoop's Pike St. Phirnucy
li - alii* Ksmlty and I'roßcrlp
tlim I'rttgglsts,
iii ink* r-tti-rt
BOTH PHONES-MAIN SH.
*_ --■ -—*;
P*y^*^_r*^ial na____L i j_j_L jn_(____Lji Zja
j 1 l»» 1-aaal A», "et »a. Mart*.
fiSX__Zjr**w,it*>fl *****
s!B_l§* ,
No Student. J
ALL OPKHATORB LICENSED!
| , PRICES /
f ■HI ll a 1 ' , Kill I
\ -ii iing* 35.1
I Crown* and Drtdg* Work, p.t a
\ teeth $3,5411
f r.rui.ii.nt Pl.t** (that fit) Q
1 $5(1(1 I
f Tsil'i -T..r (lu.ranl*. f
I Lady Attendant*. I
office hour*, • 10 1., too, Hun
■__ I.DO lv i: un
Bon Ma^rche
defiance: sale
ctmuct i WAISTS To Go
25c on the $1.00
Most Awful Sacrifice Prices
I.i i call for Hlilrt Waists We tieed die room fur new goods on the wsy-tbe tpace we mutt hay*.
All summer Stock lo go. We do not mushier the cost In thl* sale, It is ot.ly tbe marking of » prtaA
that Insures prompt tu-lllitg 11,. tic-tram i* ac mum have. Illch h-rgnliii for jrou. 7-c off on a 11.00
Wslst ihlnk of It! In ihl* rntlre line will be found nice, stylUh mldßiimmer ..ml early fall effect*.
Jtlal what you want for thl* season of the year. They are selllnK rapidly. Com a **/!/.
It Means Just This
Wslst Vn I ties to $2 00 for 4t»e
Wslst Valuea to $3 00 for .... . '•-•
W* Values to $100 for NO*
IV., V.. I i. .. ti. I- "i i f..r ... »I !(H
Waist Value* to $21100 for $3.08
Bom* few of these you will find a little solle.l and mussed, but a laundry will make them new.
However, there are plenty of fresh, clean ones added dally, making the greatest Hhlrt Waist bargains
ever offered west of t'hlcago. em*
Needful Notions
ahtici.em alii: hmai.l.. hit the baying- auk great, head the item 3at defl
anci: ham: i*uiceh— :
10c boi Wire Ilalrpln Cabinet., tc bot At me Crimping 3* 5c dox Mourning I*lns In braa*
»sc' .....sing* Comb..' with "fin* lof. U _R" ™~ Vln*-. ,U"* I ,rl_j «**_£_*_*" "hind.* Ironing" _..
and carte teeth, oildlgtsl c.ci.l b «.* "d •_._■ and mimed „ n mUI v. k _ * „
bach 10* p,n • Stewart's duplex tUfr-ty I'lns. Jap
.'.• j.isg 1n..'i..-n.i Wire Hair Tins, 10c Whit* Finishing Ilrtld, full snnr-d and silvered S*
all site*. 3 for ftr C-yd pieces 'ii scr Winking Darner*, earh 3*
Another Gree^t Shoe Day
CNDiritl'ltlClMi Or MENU WOMEN*!" ANH CHft.l-ltl'N'H FOOT WEAR HTH.I. CONTINt'KS.
THK VAI.IKM OFKEHKH IN THIS BAI.K I'OU SI CH I'IIUNOMINA U.T l-OW riHCI^I lIAVK NSVES
DErOHB HKKN EQUALED. -
I Ail *c' I'atrntleather !_*.-* and Illucher Btyle Men* Vici Kid I-ar* Hhoe*. single Sol* sad ■*-
Khoes. military and ronravs heels.a very dressy dlum toe; a dress -,'...■ formerly aold at $2 OS,
and stylish shoe, thst ar* alßsy* *old for Ileflnanie Hale price $I.iW»
I: .. I-':„■ • .1- I-i .- SI"" Voutli** Katln l"alf Urn Shr.ee a good heary
Mltar-*' I'atent lecathrr and Vlcl Kid Oiford Tie*. Behind or dtcss thoe; always Bold at U. I*»
--t irti.-i sole, patent or plsln tip. low and fiance Bale prlc* BBc
•prlng hs-elf.. trgulsrly *old fur $l.i 0; l-eflanee I_*die*- Vlcl Kid and I'stent leather Oxford Ilea.
Hale price,.. OH* light and hr-vy weight soles, concsve sod mil
ladles'l'stent Vamp Hllpper*. low Krenrh heels, Itary bee-Is; a large Bssortmect toehooae from,
lurned soles, formerly priced al $1 CO; Heft- old pric* wa* $2.-0; Defiance Bale price
anre Hale price $1.17 $1,411
Great Drapery Bargains
HOST Sl'lirillKlNU lIKI'C-TIONS KVKII KNOWN. DOT NOW.
2,.Mi Hi'ltlNG 101 l $1.13. to the full slie; only H* mat- a great variety i.i.r design*
A good Woven Wire Spring. trr»»et in ttock lo be *o!d. all and medallion center*: regular
tir-.iit.ii-! on properly seaMtmed full •:/- . regular t*lue f" ■ tallies up to $2 I*o to $2.-0. de
ettra (trong hardwood frame, defiance sale price sn*-'. fiance aale price, c act 89*
gaaraßteed vermin-pit-if, regu- |_..%d kTHII'KK MAHIIAH CLI.. Sllholleea, Cretonne* and Art
ier value fXM' deflanci tale TAINB. -„. I'AIK. plain and figured Curtain B*l«e
--prlre $I.l*l __.„ '. . i, . . *". fish net*, plain and figured
• I_.OO.IAIH UATTIir-SH t-tIU rV!uf'*^H^'»:;, n.t ---UA**, --nt-mi ""*
S« «'. _%_-_?• ___f*m^__iS*^_\t rretonnc, and f.ncy figured art
ID Ih Hoalh American 111*, k sir Ef^ii^i *?. wll *?./ 7ln denlmt; value up lo Ua yd; de-
Mattrea. well tufted and «_v- !_-__,,!,'* -*™ »__l. t,l nance sal* prtc*. per yd. J 1-2*
**** ci' very beet g.-ad of J*"* tr,m.*^xlrt,,*tZ $2.00 AND $4.60 I KSTRIBtI
fancy » ,-,, i, art ticking th* «^*V »'* «'~* "?,*!;* "j?* »"OH 7fcv ****** YH
filling 1. tplendld f-.tith A*ner- a___T_B-_. ' a r-le -Jo- °ar tMirr '.-..-' I '00 * *3 fto •*«•
(can hair, nol thort and greasy d^esee sale price, a pai'..7oe i||M mk TapMrtry Batln INire .
like tbe medium-priced taxi- DEFIANCE BAI.E OK $*tOO AND __ k „._ Hmralellea. all EeO in.
treaaea; for comfort and clean- $2.50 l._ii BETH. *"'* BET. wide. In all-over designs and Bet
Mas*, this insure** I* til ••.' - $1 00 lar* lied Beta, with 'aaa* Hgtire*. tultabie for portirrrea,
pa— a* tbe hair is long and I to matih; thry are t.l made of I couch rovers and Interior dwo
uti be depended upon to k*ep durable taltted lUyptian yarn, ration*; value $200 to $i.io yd;
•oft an-' Huffy; wttgi. n tbt. with ovrrlork rnrd. ttltih rdte, defiance tale price, yd 7i»*>
CHEAT MONEY >t\l\', VAI.L'ES IN
Boys Clothing
i-vsv rmcEs ON iueuabCs, i*p-to-date ciaOrniNa will prevail Tuesday—
TMRIKTY MfmUatl THE HANCK THEY HAVE BEEN WAITING FOH-
Bnys* Two-piece. 1.. it.lebreasted Halts, In at.-. II 12; riculsj* price L*>c and 4V, reOeoce sale
tutely all wool hornrepun (weewl. and cheviot*; price • 45*
■filet pattern* ta brown*, grays and greeat. Doy*' tight wrlgbt Ovrrrnata, agea > to 7; thl* t-oat
Itirwe suit* are the broken lines from our bs_t I* ma.), from a pretty Oxford cheviot aad haa
sellers Sal ttp* l from 7 to IS In the aaaort- full yoke front and bark, extra heavy lined
merit, our n - rlar price was I*. let to IT '•<-. de- throughout, regular frit* *t> M. drnance sale
fiance »ale prrtSS 14.Ml price $3.75
Doy*' lil.. :.. - ln Itusslan and Eton styles, made
Doy** "Mothers* Friend* 4 Fhlrt Waist*. In llg) ■ from hl.h urgrie of chambray. In ping, blue and
and dark mtdras. neat i-s'i-n-.s In *trtpes as, . gray, ages 3 to 6; regular price 76c; defence sale
figures, stiff collar and cuffs at tar bed. all tlw-s prirv 50*
Ovir Prices on Groceries
Offer t|e..| akaeSSS fee s.vn 9 on th* best. purtu and treah.at fancy and step's foodstuff, ebtainabl*.
Oue apei.l buying ftcil.ti.t and our iiwimiii ul*. allow ut to efftr you ■ ea. graat iitmgi.
— 1 HIRES' ROOT OEER. j I _
4to 6 P.M. Always so|.| st r:c. our pi Ire Isei _— to 11 A.M.
to 6 P.M. „-. -oap. * ,5e Sto 11 A. M.
10 Imr* gin-l I_auni]ry Koai>...2se
SALMON. _ A , ROD . BUTTER.
Klpi-ered Kilmott. |.iund.,lO* 7 pound* S.il HcU ".! lOe Mayflower Brand, this Is the
CHEESE. RAISINS. best, (xiund *.*>*
l*_nry Amrrlran Cheese, per Pr*.|e,| It-ilslns. ususlly sold at LARD
I*04""1 l**e 10c. out price &. p u ,» Rendered Lard. ib... 0*
■ ' —> a_ EXTRACTS. EGOS.
CREAM. «-o_.|H.ttl« | WMn.«,^:xlra.l ***** Good i"resh i: BB m. d<«en..2l.
Star Itrand Cream, ** good as all Quart bottles Tntile Vinegar., Oe "
others, can 0* ROLLED OATS. BAPOLIO.
MACARONI. 7 poun-tt I-*t. .h llolle,| t mts. .23* tlc-r-ulur lOv* cake 7*
MACARONI. OLUEINO. STARCH
one pound pn.k-.ge. 0* I-irge bottle. I_n,.r,.|ry 1.1ue.. 0* One pound Hlsr." ..! Ue
PRUNES. , a . AMMONIA. COFFEES,
t-irge H«>et l*run.-s. pound... r.e ** *MA-* »'"'""h"ld Ammonia AH our Coffee, are Fresh rt,__.ted
7* Dally.
Modern Denial
Parlors
Second and I'lke Ht.. over f*»opl*'t
Hank.
IfjrUTM f§^-*\.
Teeth fllle.l nml r_.li., let without
pain A e|., ii.ir-t in rhntge of each
'I'lhi Irr.. M \V. will lell you ill ad
vatic* what your work will cost by
fre. rtninlnaflon. All work guar
- titeed for ten year*.
S.la-sr Filling* , All*
Cold Filling. Sl.tKI
Cold (roam $5.U0
i Full 8.1 of th. lie 8. B. Whit.
'••th $ ft.oo
.Hour* -I >• to 4. Sunday*—l:l*
to 1.
BTOCKHOLDEIUT MBETINO.
A special meeting of tin- stnek
holdcrs of the Waticonda Hold Min
ing Co, will be li. Id at No. 49
i Hltn kley lllivk. Seattle, Wash .
Monday. Bvplctubcr 6Ui. J9U*. at
.:30 p, in . for the purpose () f elect
ing a Hoard of Trusters and ratify
Ing a certain lease of ihe company*
property, made April Huh, l luu
J. U. CI IA I'M AN*.
Secretary.
j t Am Alw.-. willing to Walt for I
J "• tf? i.l *'ll ( ur* I* I. f fee led
ma.; i. Nu itisrAKi^-coNiunT**
.Bo surt-rlur sr.
Ml*** V "1* "iglnal mrlh
m Vk *r* 9*. treatment
■ *a that 1 have •!. „ |.
§_ «J; "L ope.l thrt-iiEh 14
lr-1 mr _! \,, . „ r u i
TP_. V I* *""* *tUdlotl» pi ...-■
\_S. ' a *L I 1"-"" ** * »l'eciall*t
"*3i"*r**T r. in mi n - ■.... a
S*_D*_____r __r N- lh»t I do not f*ll
Trm**r_r J l" effect s cur. In
-*9'/ MEN ONLY
g-e-t®^ " MEN ONLY
int. Kt:i.i,i:v. , ,»t
Tb. I.- i.n. fc i.,,.. uii.t.
My praetle* Is *shi*tv confined to th*
f.'ll ■■« i. I- ill-. || .1 - ; .\\ . i 1,,, ... ' f,, n .
ttnit.,l fi|a.. r d<rt. H; « . ifi. mood Pol
•on. and lilea.
Mi pamphlet. "I.lv* th. nest of
Tour 1 r.t-. a Man," msiled free. Con
sultation free ot riffle, or by mall.
Syndicate Doctors
to kiail._, street, Seattle. *.*.«*_, '
Your Credit Is Good
AT TUB
OHIO PAINLESS DENTISTS
_•.". I'lke Ht.. cor. of SrJ and I'lke.
--liXTItAtTKI) without pain Fre. by
a new method; no danger..i * drug, or
Cecal na.*
t'ntll Be|«t, Ist w* h»ve .!.. „t ,1 to
make our whalebone j ..'.. . with beet
tee-th foe |:,.tAi. ua tiot cover roof of
mouth.
i r „v ir 1. .-t to bite corn off 11,. cob.
U ye«rs* guarantee.
Fit the first time.
Full B.t Ti-tth (th«l fit \ £ n p.
*_k aold Crown* >If *j
Teeth Without I .-.- )*¥*** **'
Hour.: I a.m. tos£k7i____»slel_
If. *Ny evening, your eopjr of Th.
Pt.r htt not arrive.*- at ( (Ml o clock,
telephone—Fun***, Slain 1014, or In
dependent HU. any lime between
» v* am] 7 0 i and a copy will b* sent
you at one*, by special mii.tir ( it,

xml | txt