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ALWAYS PREPARED
For th* Sturm* and stress of ftnan
i lal a lift--it r I* thn man *h-> car
rl*a ih* umbrella of a saving* hank
deposit h.i.-K showing a Bcne*ruti*
list of Items tn his credit. 11. n- we
rredlt your account a Ith 4 par cent
Interest, mmpounrilng it quarterly
Than lot the downpour nf difficul
ties tome—yon can meet them with
out Inconvenience.
TIM Union Fay 4fl A CINT Interest
Mlllliitl
J. M M.,-i*„..*_ii .1.1,11 n A..n.
I ma.,_e! It..a. - |.. r».i.,il a. I. 1....1 th.
I'ri.i.i i.-.l h *niiiit. I IV l.cwnian.
Site -liter t'luilli. M nl*
A. • are..it, Jerate l> Ueae ta
UNION SAVINGS A TRUST CO.
112 CHERRY STREET.
Seattle agenta Hank of Cape Nome,
Mem* Alaake.
AMUSEMENT*
Seattle Th9atar
Man* twa.
THE LEADING THEATER.
lldth I"",'-!- ' I '
Another rrciwit—AnothtM* Hla lilt —
A t>_t*n t'urtnin Call*.
Tonight and All th* *tV**k. Mr.
JAMES NEILL
Anil Ills ttplrndld t-otnpany In Ih*
i.t.-i: I. -' li., i „ il.n liver Itrrii
In Srattl*.
"THE GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE'
Alloa lh Papular Pric*..
Only SSo, tec and Tic. No higher.
Itars.ln matin** Katurday. tmly lie.
Positively no seats h»l,l latrr than
9. Returday, I! m. iM-our* your
eeata early.
"Third Avenue
m Too. to.
HC-tHI'LI. A DIU.W, Manager*
I'hnii*. *■.::."•■!. Main ttT: Inde
pendent, tt?. l*t*attl*'. Moat \ ••: ■■•
far Theater. *'l'p Town.." Matinee
prices. I*- an.t tie*; *v*ntne pric**,
I*.. Sfk-. tSe and .'•■>■■- Uoa ..flier
open from 18 a. m. to t p. m.
Neva Cemptny. New Play*. Every
W»«-l.
Tenight and All Wt.le a Guaran
teed Attraction
''li Otlt-AT ItCtttSlAN DILVMA.
For Her Sake
Or**t I'ornpany— Crest PLiy.
N'tt Week, miihh s,,n !.\ Matl -
»**v .i. bit..-, a, pirai Time to
t**atn*.
NETTIE O.COURSEY
tn th* Ileautlfut i* ....,,i Plar,
"AN ORPHAN'S PRAYER."
Alcazar "*'%:»„
Bettts A K*o«h Props aad Mere
rweee. -(t-.'-ct. Main te lad. A M
All Thl* Week—Matin**. Ted.. and
Saturday.
Wiedemann's Original Company ta
-THE SILVER KING."
Delight* I Crowded .ara.
rrlcee. tic and ie S!_iin..e, l_»*
and 18c*.
CUTLERY
EVEIffH-ADEWRRAIiTED
"Green
Acres"
Overlooking
Lake
Washington
FOR SALE CHEAP
TheThompsonCo
234 Rib* Strict.
John 3121. L IS7S.
Cut Rate
Everything It cut rati h*r*.
bat we n*v*r rut the quality.
We are here to pleas*. We don't
vent a rostomer for only oaee,
but we «ant th.m all the tlm*.
We ae!l-
Oath-era Resolvent, |1.00 size..
-i.
Cut Intra Resolvent, 59c rl_*.43*
Cntlcura Salve, EOe slxe 43*
Cut bora Soap, Isrr sire lSe
Malted Milk, fIM sir* B3e
j Mellln'a 1.. ' T".c »!_* SSe
Dr. J. Marcus II r i. > Livrr Salts,
for that distressed feeling af
t*r eating, 7> »«l.
We her* a f*w boxr* of that
White Tar Hoap Irft, 23* box.
and we give yon an aluminum
cm with each hot.
Stone's PiK? St. Pl)<,,imv
BOTH PHONES—MAIN 914
419 Pike Street.
HABIOH I/? <k-^2 _-, /sp™l
- TB .iT , .
PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Schocl of Phttatrdphy
fret It Amateurs
(In the World of Sports
STOLEN BY
THE UMPIRE
SEATTLE LOSES A GAME TO
THE Wt«FOOT»RS
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE-,
Standing nt th* Club*.
Won. laost. IVt.
r.t. ..ini ii :t .St*.
Ui* \nc.-1,-. ..... S3 SB .C.'.'.l
Seattle 33 33 .60S
Oakland 3. tl .4.15
San Kram lacn ...,."' 37 .439
I-11111.111.1 25 39 .331
PORTLAND, Oct. I.—The Web
ftHitrr* defeated Heuttl. Nt tht* place
•n-ttriday afternoon by lh* score of
•. i,. „ The.* nta plenty of hlttlna
on i...tit sl.lea. Cortland ttna greatly
favored by a .'.,.1.1,111 nf t'mplt*
M-.'ll t'u. who 1 iii. 1 tv a*« lleck
turn a trick lhat ... rattled tit* tf*
attle pbtyera that they fall*d to
.ut. h a tlitubl* at.-.ii on the part of
UeCreedt. and t.rennan. Th*.*
men «rr* on flr.t nnd art und and Itl
making lh* .teal lt*vk ran toward
it.- hum* plat*, thereby confusing
the jeeattle pUyrt*.
ttuaa il.l did lot* or kit king, but
tt did no i;t....! Van lUltren .nd
1 ..... .-,t i iter, th* heavy hitters fur
Heattl* dutlng th* gam*. Nick Wil
liam*, who pitched for Wrattle. did
gout! work, with the • * ■ . 1 Inn nt a
wild throw, which g»i* Cortland a
tun. Tht.'msn. tn th* boa for I'twt-
Uind. pitched an escellrnt g mi..
eVor**
l'ortland- All It lilt It! A, E.
Hrennrn, rf ... 4 t 3 I • 0
M.<*r*e*d!e. rf... 4 3 t I 1 8
.Marsha!.. If ... « <• - 4 0 8
Holland, IS ... 4 0 1 7 I 0
Itoe-kenrtetd. .b 3 0 8 3 l 0
in- X 3b 4 O 0 i 1 a
..ankle, n 3 8 8 1 » 3
Stanlry, c* 3 3 8 4 1 I
ThteTmaa. p... tl I 3 0 0
Totals II « '• :t 9 4
Settle- All li Mil II) V i:
Vaa ttattrra. cf i 1 3 1 18
Mob ler. Sb 4 1 <* 3 0 n
lliankmshlp. lb 3 0 111 11
fr*rlak. If 5 10 3 0 1
1 • „.u_tni. .'>■.-'. " : II 1 11
l.*ahr. r I 1 1 SI 0
Hmlth. rf 11118 a i
Hall, ss 4 0 0 0 S 0
Williams, p... I 0 0 i « t
Totals 3d & » It 13 4
Score by Innings—
Portland ..10831010 •—4
Seattle ...3 0 0 0 I 1 0 1 o—6
Summary— Earned runs, l'ortland |
1. tSrattte 1: stole* hr**. a Hall. Hue i
ki*. Detahanty, Hallanl Hlanli*ti i
ablp. Itockrnfleld 3. Mt<*r**dl*-.
i •- i on balls. '>' Thi. I
r. tn *. off Wllllama li two-Usa*
blta. Marshall. Van llaltren and
Dr*nnaa: thre*>base bit. Smith;
left nn has*.. Portland IT Seattle 7:
hit by pUt-hed hall by Wlltlsrn. 4.
by rh.l_.an I. pes*"! bell l.*ehy
1; first he** <>a errtrre, *r*ortl. 2.
Reattle 3: dtwbl* play. Leahy tn
niaakeashlp. Time of game, 2
hours aad 10 mlantee, I'mplre, V
Carthy.
OAKLAXO. 2: BAN FTIANriSCO. 1
OAKLAND. Cal. Oe-f. 5 -tlnchan
an alaaot s.lrriiiiittere.l a ibut-o«t to
the Haa Fraarlsro am today. Up
to Ike etckth Inn'nr not a hit or
run e.I been made against hint
nnd llarrta" men got their lively
tally on a roup*, of saf* hits. Three
hlta lo the Btxtb gave the visitors
their two rune The score:
Oakland ..0 0000288 o—2
Frltco 8 8 8 8 0 8 1 f» o—l
Hatter!*.—fturhannn and .m»;
Wheeler, llarher and Poultn.y. I'm
plrr. McDonald.
THE AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Standing of th. Cluba.
Wo* laost Pet.
M..a.,.e If 87 .«!5
New York tn M .«ll
Chicago M .-1 -.;:
ri.veland HI 61 .*.-*•
fhlladelphla W 87 .541
Ft. Lewis f I R3 .429
Detroit ■ M IBS
Washington St .net .323
AT C!.r.V-LAND-Phll3de!ph'a.
1; tl*vr!and. 0.
AT .'IH.'A.'O-noton. B; Chicago.
*
AT RT. LOL'l.l— New York, fi; BL
I
TROTTED A
NEW RECORD
I.r.XINfiTON, Ky., Oct. 5— Orac*
Pond won the classic* Kentucky fu
turity, worth fIt.OOO, at this place
i.- .*. ri'.tv aftrmoon. Bhe won the
first heat In - h'il, th* second In
2:03';, and tha firth In 2:03%.
When ah* rnnd* th* first heat In
2:09',i. Starter \V»llt.-r snnounred
(hat she had broken a world's rec
ord for trott.rs. In making the sec
ond h*st In - f''"i, ah. establish*.
1 a record for two heats In Ihe 3-year
! r.lil class. Tli* third and fourth
I heats of the ram were won hjr Altß
Axworthy.
♦-.
If. any .r.nlra. r-nir cvnpy at The
Btar bat not arrival. at M o'clock,
tr>t.t.'rf .- f*nin**t. Main lore, m In
grp.nd.nt .It, any rim. h*tw.*a
18. ";td—and a rnpy will be t»nt
leu at one, by n,.,--i.il in..*t*ng*r.
"Pxciirtlon ratrs" on photoa at
' I'ggan A Li 1' ton's studio, I.li
First .■me ••• I
GREAT CRICKET PLAYER AN INDIAN CHIEF.
1'lllNCi: IIANJITHIMIJL
leONIeO.V — Few trtikrlrrs bold
place higher la th* eatlraation ot,
the UrliUh pttiple than Crime li .n ]
lit.iiibii who a few year. aa» tap j
I
PRINCETON COACRERSr..
HAVE EASY WORK
PRINCETON, N. J.. Oct. 3.
--t'apt Fnulk* ratted for toothed m*
lertal. rteventy-two mm respond
ed. 12 of whom ar* likely tnatrrial
from the frenhman clesa. Th*
member* of last year* team whu
are In college and rllgml*. have re
ported, barring Kafrr. who la buty
taking .-i»r. ir-.aii■ -t.a in „.•,■•. that
he failed to ;■ 1 . leal June.
Short, laat inert crnlrr. hat
been moved to guard where he will
he used ii tarrying th* bell, his
speed making bint ai»rr valuable la
thla respert thaa In Ma former po
sition, Ttrts Iravnt the fight for th*
pivotal position between Horn ami
Walker, both being giants ot more
thaa :-' pounds. Ihitrhrr, who
tried for tackle two yrars ago. but
who wat not ta rullrge tatl year. I*
out and Is . strong candidate fur
the position tie failed tv get before.
Dillon, of r-ourw, will Ira.l tb* tight
for one of the guard positions,
white !'..'• i . from whom th*
■ ..aih.a ...-,. . grrat drat, will
alao try for th* potdtlon. Other
lln* randtctatea are J. Martin of last
yrar's frrahmaa Irani: t- Ilrown
and ti.'ai.t r.,. of lac >•*. squad.
weighing ovrr lie Dumh, t*arou»h
rr.. Herring. ram* and Break..
these men ar* capable nf high rLa-ta
work, and th* roachr. will have lit
tle dimralty picking out a big. fast
tram.
Miller, last year'a lib.,
EARNED A DECISION MB DID NOT OCT . „ _, „.
JACK IILACKDITLN,
Tbe way Jerk Blackballi popped
into popular fancy In a single night
was startling. It* had been boxing
In and around Philadelphia for
some time, when he wa* matched to
FOOTBALL AT
UNIVERSITY
During th* football practice of
the I niveraity of Washington t- .un
on the. I.in.[.ia y*al*rdsy evening
m Important ma* In th* line wss
mad*. "Dixie" Ilrlnker, who has
been trying out at quarter, tea*
switched around to right end. Cole,
who has been working st left half,
waa placed at quarter. J Ilagshaw
was also shifted to left end. 11.
hna hern playing nt halfback. Wllh
Ilagshaw ami Ilrlnker holding dnwn
the end positions, the tram will Im
greatly strengthened. Poth of Ihetn
men are heavy snd quirk, besides
being In th* gam*, for all It It
l worth.
Tilly tt now playing at full wllh
Shaw and Den 11 at tha halves. 'lib
Tin-: si:Alirlifc*stau—we iNKSDAY. OCT s, «9"4
1 in-,I . tram of rrtrkrtera Which
Vitltnl thl. ...tinti » Tb* J,in, k. is
one ot the great**! batata*! is I :_,*.
<*«.**- J ),(
Crawford, a s-iUillut*. ' fti a.i.cr
tlrull*. Ward and Tneiker ar* all
fli J.'i-. r hard fur ba. k i-o .1 loa.
Ilurk*. of th* I'.il Lam, la tryiag
fur quartrr. Ho ar* lUi ...» 1 aad
Keltli ll»in|i.i,ii will makr a tln.nt
bid for th* .ila.*. In which he will
I-- aided by al. Kb Una ability.
l*apt. I'-...1 „- aad KIBIL both vet
..«-.-. Kllpalrtck. !-..«•. r and Van
drrbllt ar* the trading candidal*,
for th* b.lfback |«.ltioiia vim ne
th* h**t of the fr crimen ar. Mr-
Connlrk, llrlm and Hamlt. from
r*• •• •• already I ->i ■.1 rij».n a. var
•lty tualrrlst M>.'ui-ai. k. rtpra
rlally, la a bbcml kl. k«r aad blta tbe
tine with a aVtrtrainatkia tbat
should gain kin a place. 11. itn Is a
quarterback of n- *tlrnt Judgment
and great .;« ■ 1 t'onarra. of M*r
•'i-'.'.i. baa all th* »t ■■•! aa *nd
>•'••'•• st well tut ptrnly of w*tcht
and ttrrogth. Hanaard, of Mrolth
acsdc*—l y. Rt. l-emlt. I* th* rao*t rtig
ge«d looking freshman seen In
Princeton la years. H* aright J37
aad rarrlre th* ball writ. 11. |. t-r
Ins fur Is. kl*
Tti.«n *nd n-iittrr..-it others, rhlrf
ly freshmen, ar* working twice a
day on iter th. »ye of John It f"»*
wltt. laat year*. great guard: Rd
wsrd Holt. lUlph I»avl». \V. 11. ltd
wards and Nat C I*o*. Arthur Hll
<t*rirand and nnmer—n. other grad
uate* will arrive latrr to assist In
shaping th. eleven to varsity form
meet Champion Jew flao^ -Vi'the
conclusion of th* bout ;.,.', v ver-!
dirt 188 Ibe decision to Jllae k'.-irn, j
■tin not «-iil'. out inillt_)|i'l,, the ;
champion, but oul-bu.i«il bint as >
well. „, ,
ba!s will not rontlnti**Mi*'**fiT..y.
'..ii.a to hla being tbe Captain
elect nf Hi* track Lain. lie does ,
not wish to risk injury.
Dottn't R*to*ct Old Ag*
It* e!i in .fill when )ei il'li falls to .
show proper respect fttr oM Sg*. but
Just th* ronlrnry In the cn»a of Dr.
King* New Life I'lll*. They cut off |
maladies, no mat lay how severe, nnd
trreapectrva of 01.l *g*. Dyaprpsla. 11
Jatindlr*. r**v**r, Cnn*tlpnllon Bill,
yield to thl* n*rf.ct pill. Ua nt Q. ] I
O. CUV, Inc., drug alar*, Second ,
• .mm and Y**l*r.
-a— I.it'ti.a' Nerkchalns. I
W In,ii.-' ii.it I'm.
-e^ST'Sk I-*'"' »' that. 1-tiii'- Pin i,'
OTm laillis" fiuard Chains. ;
\__a__W l.argn variety and at
eUtr the lowest prices. \\
nomon A hunt I
JEWELERS. I
704 Full A. .nut, Seattle.
10 Fill
MIIK6
SEATTLE LACROSSE I AM
MEETS SHAMROCKS HERE
SUNDAY
The Winnipeg, Mini , Hliaiiirock
i.ii to- . leant .ill meet the Hnnltlr.
11 urn al Id . !.■ mini inn next Hun
■'.lV liTli I llinlll. till- l-.lllli' til ll*
called tt 3 o'clock -li nil Aa slated
by The St ii Hal tn dny, the Van
couver. Nelson and Winnipeg team*
itfu. nil trying In innkn arrange
ni.-iils lo nil'd lite local team, Tbe
Manitoba team I* Hi* 1.. -.1 on* of
the three, snd naturally Ih* ".ill.
boys wanted lo inert as strong a
t. ,mi aa possible.
Tha hiimti club la nut bragging
that tbey ran beat Winnipeg, but
will be In ibn gam* from th* start,
..nil whichever tram win* will h*»*
to work.
LOST BIG ROLL?
A. I), tlheppard, of Georgetown,
now believes that hi* wits loat th*
fl SM which ... reported y*st*r
■ 'it aa stolen from th*lr home Mrs.
Mo is' ii I now rlalma thnt she did
nut get home with tin* money, and
linili alt* and her husband think
that the- I..it th* money while shop
ping In Georgetown.
b i >**_§*. **^ :'V - ■ 'T^iii-Jl
W_k_i-ta_tM Wr'-n **
.j^. "■, __ 0' t
California 1
Perfumes
FREE
"at-.-r. BBtM ea* mammtmmm*
Obtain from your dnunr.— #'•
mitt > -e'li of ama ait lln..r*'i
an «c. a, I. bulk ,h iTi^iiial
package, Kfi.ie the 1.1. ami
trad it tn ut ...it we will >•, .1 aa
eaten .'Weul buttle at
"Sweet Margery" Free.
7*4. atwr.tl *_*{ "i •>( / „'... , /„, /_,—.
Or, If f<m jirrfcr, a Meant bos of
La Pslnmt Facte r.iwtltr
Ai. I • i ileiie ra.,1...
Thlt offer p. --I If y.rtt mall the
Uhrl 1.-l i. (k-tubrr »th,
fAI I l.r.R t. CO.
HI Lint St.. Stu 1nn....
COUNT TOUR
.Aid
THURSDAY
1.. •• quality Whit* Oil Cloth,
yard-
IS.
40c Bpllt Clothe* C-vtUet. lit
:o—
S7e
15c 10-nuart Tin Pish Tea—
0.
15c I-gallon Stone Crock*—
0.
li. good Tumblers, dog.—
tfte
15c Spring Itat Trap—
Mb
11.50 Hunting Coat, water
proof—
nn.
Tsc best lllue Steel Iliad* It- k.
Maw—
....
,
Speller & Hurlbut
Second and I'nlon
.—■a.-——-——a——— ————.
lltr trtttl 1. . Off St* Mtrttt
•iffi-aS:
I N* Student.
ALL OPERATORS LICENBED
PRICES
I cmlnall*'" rnr.g
\ Bllver Falling. 34*1
■ Crown, end Bitt-ge Work, pen
I tooth Biirnil
f permanent Plata* (that fit) 1
1 18.001
f Twelve Tear Guarantee 1
I Lady Attendant*. i
utile, hour.. titS to 00, Bun-
Say, 1.00 i" 11:00.
PLUNDER IS
RECOVERED
Tlm arrest yesterday evening of
four men, v. ho am thought to have
robl,rd th.. 11.-usel Jewelry slur* lv
the Hinckley block Inst Hunday
night, has resulted In Ihn recovery
of most of 111" loot. II was Btoierl
at ii, Oregon bona.', which wit*
ahadoweil by lb" office re, who re
ceived Inforinallon frotn s«uue
source Unit lb* sluff waa there.
John 11. .Ine-i-ph Kinney, James
Murphy and Al DATUM are the
young men taken Into custody.
Jcwcliy found on tlnra haa been
Identified aa that stolen tram Hen
gel's place.
Max Juhoa-JO filed suit In lh* su
perior totirt yesterday afternoon
against lh* lle-liis Moving and
Htortign company to recover $L>o
damages. Johnson rlalma that lle
klna refused lo move bl* household
goods lo Orllia for bin according
to contract
tin tn f-tplnnlng's for blrycl* r*pal.s
TOKAY
WINE
A Delicious and Healthy
Drink
$1.50 per gal.
T.lrphene— Duff 11. Ind 11.
Murphy Wine
& Liquor Co.
Daniel Murphy Manager
KM tie Pike Street Seattle
F.milr Trad* a Seeeiaily.
Free Delivery.
» NUN J
•5 r^r\ _*ar\*o J
J.* NO NEED TO M. I. If J
™ L t..r th. Pair, *f th. 7
k Teeth or th. Pa « of c
" Cat taction. .'
•V Th* * n I.!. .it It. ill -i eif I
J our o«n *t*«-lal prepare* .7
■ t!"-l kill* lh* aer.ae of !■ till V
.nd permit* lh* drawing .
I ef lh* tooth without the *|
a U*USI nla'l'ry. V
tj In tee*, department Ihor. "q
X eughn*** is aur k*yi -a W
W Bp.t.tl.t. far Everything. ™
h Th* Finest Va.ee,alt. .
J L.tttt Appli.ne... *c
■ Lady Attendant*. .
v Lev**tl Charge*. **1
J r'iii you art mot* than k
_" the**? "*,
1 SCALE OF PRICES! k
,* Full S.I of T.ttK (.cat W
I t.lllO k
a Cold ._-„, B-Vlsfl _
I 0.14 I -„ Irene 91 (Ml fe
j w Silver Filling* frem... .SO. J
™ H*ttsn*<t I'll. '« Our ™
S Tt.< otnmrft.lstlon. k
j N. V. DENTAL PARLORS J
J #14 F.r-tl Av**.u* .
*> lli.tit* 1:18 s. m. tn (p. m. ■
Hun 1 1) t I 3* a tn i: —1. V
** **** ***** ***** ***** w _«___ l _ m _.
—» a.
II Am Atwsr. grilling i- Walt far I
M' Bite t'nlll c-mt. '• I'"' eel
•***■ NO UUrTAKB-CONSULT
__^^___. So eur**rt_tr are
B****_B^>w tl,. arl«lnal ai.tn.
m t-ta «| tl..t..lent
£ a that I hare it.t.i.
fc_ a. f «iii Ihrauab II !
pea If. w year, sf cartful .
ara J al .' il .tudloei. tirac- i
JE»W. li '.ta >i -.'la tat I
V
re*i*_A *! I" ""n • d!»r**»e
W> v ,h»' • *<» «.et fall I
\WtUf9Jr V *• sffaet * cr* la
_*rV*J_esr v^ evert rat. I lr**|
a4w?S MEN ONLY
1>« KKI.IaKT.
Th* l^*4u.« fj- . 1.'1.t
kit ll , ll- • I* »,'.t,,ii c. rfl-t.d tO ttlt
foil-tali,* d!-ca**a: ••\Veatn*«,*- r.-.
Irs. tret 11,.-,. .via, Bpeelft. Bl*a4 l-.i.
ton. end I.- a
M p»mt>ht.t. 'T.l»a the Ir-.t at
Teur T»*r* a Man." mallrd fr... I'ta.
ettttatlctn free at iff... • ar by mill.
Syndicate Doctors
■*• Mail Blreet. Be.tilt. Walt
/ Qulna \
'UROCHE
IA M\ I « -GUXflt)
, l-a-drtase *«J£r;r^m«d ttt, . .p^.j. ,
I .rmrtty in tim **»*~,6'i
■& i-muw.u mum., ooiom J
V. i»i tut.em. *■"*•/
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RENT FREE OR FREE HOMES
Houses sold on paytoc-nts m* small as ml* at
SOUTHEAST SEATTLE j
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Only 15 mint**' ild.- Take any BSf un WjuhtoKtoa street I««a
tit m $100. Terra*. |3.W> per ma.
Seattle Homeseekers Co.
WE LEAD—OTHERS IMITATB
•.ear-.'-..?. #*_| By. bar. airft.atf fillr. ever U.- *talßW|l|'>i|l
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mmwl &M •£**"■. \ w« goarante* < " a pair "' .i.__-..r ' fef"» tWnl
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WHY PAY RENT?
$300 CASH
$20 Per Month
tluya on* of tho** beautiful little home, on
EAST UNION STREET
All Improvement*, porcelain lath*.; pressed biit k fireplace..
It will pay you to ln*p*rt thr—e l. .litre; take Kautt Into* or
Main ulrert rare to Twenty avenue, then walk down Union
street to Twenty-aeventh avenue. .
Two a* iter will pane the house this fall.
Will sell on terms to ault your Income and at very lew price.
SECURITY SAVINGS AND SAFE
"ihmfff* I DEPOSIT CO. || "i&T, 0*
PHENOMENAL
SUCCESS
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State Medical Institute I'hy.l
-§.i.*.- latest dis. Institute for the
rlanoi' lateet dt«. oven*, for the
treatment at Nervous Dtsea.es
hay* revolutionised the practice of
in. -In .- and surgery.
Their Sole Aim
mm _aa__
To Serve
The Cause of
Humanity
W.n for thrrn ihe love of their fellow men. th.- admiration of their
brother practitioner, and th* unbounded gratitude cf th*Aiaanda of
people «ho have been ret. ued by them .from early U ath.
Muring It* many year* of uninterrupted activity gMa extensive
rat.hllshmerit has become exceedingly popular an ,-i.je --» ,si, .. and
Afflicted of tb. Northwest. It* busttte.s principle. a*yl nu**— Fsir
Ix-allng, faithful nnd Conscientious Service, !;■ . iti ,g»t.(t t ', i---*..
•-Successful and I'rotnpt Cures—have secured for tt c e«-r * patron
ngr*. which cannot be Influenced by announcement* KuntHlriini*; rx
iravsgant promises ot tranaient, temporarily *stab:..**v J, «-omp*t
tlors. Aside from securing the good will of the public let general,
this Inttttute has established I teal t firmly In the ..t. rpi i * t»i* busl
nets ccimmunlty. Tbe Hint* Medical Institute Invites,'liivestlgritloß
fur th* purpose nf proving that tt la the largest and best equipped
Medical tnttltitl* In Heattl* for the tr.otnient of Chronic. Nervous,
lilood. skin snd all diseases peculiar to men. Its m<*t,*i6<**" ef treat"
metit are tried, according to latest overt*, and ar*c?ordlng '.* re
cent t. ti linn'-..
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Guarantee a Perfect and Permanent Cure
W* Ittue a, positive guarant** nf n cure In every case undertaken
or money refundt**!. W. tent nothing we do not honestly earn, and
If «rB fall to cure you we do not want your money.
Write If Living at a Distance— Home Treatment Perfect
State Medical Institute
Incorporated.
O. T. RICHARDS, M. D.
ItSI —I Medical Institute In the West,
202 SECOND AYE. SOUTH. SEATTLE, WASH.
Office Hour.—9 a. aa. to I p. m. Bun.la.va. 10 a. m. to Ip. in. only.

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