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The New Store Values Are
Always Satisfactory
V•>■ »!<■>>»!'. (if tl><- '•••,-,iii. ■■< of it,i- new 'atnre ran U«< accounted
for in Mt one way—Hie ctiitomrr who trie* tha itora methods
U saturied unit rt-vummend* the s.!or.> (o friend*.
Kvery article I* prleod n k ! , quality Is • aaturylng ono
at Its price.
A^side from the roany other a<l vruiUiu-», tho "satisfactory qua.l-
II*" I* iiu'iiKh i.» in.ln. ,• you to become n new store viulomcr.
r*v cash or a-Uttle-at-a-ttme lv im> m« ut to suit you.
\ $ Sheet Iron
jSg-^j i Heaters
■ - ' A good i.U.iMf lln« >'f irfiinl
Sll. | llHltll
, nixie and remarkably low priced,
[|K||^ "'J( ; In tho popular iliri •
'■ Vv / 1 ] No. 1 |i.Hr>
rf **'i*ivi/ \\ ' No. j ia.so
*^ 1/ ' No. s ft-sa
v ! No, 4 .r.?.*TTr...|3.aa
—~— i
"Get Your Carpets at the Mew Store"
\l UKNllU'Vrn. M v OM, AY* d
IV A Vv^lVn 11 union all AVE^
A Good Light
Is iv Necessity
ALSO A L.UXUIIY WHICH EVER YON R CAN HAVE WITH
Ga^s e^t $1.00
PEn 1.000 CUBIC FEET. m
wny not bare til* b««t Hith t wbrn It ro»U Ikh. A W«Ubach
light It a illcnt and '.••n«ln>iug d«mon«trator of Ita <•»!» •utM-rolr-
Ity.
Seattle Lighting Co.
216 CHERRY STREET
Sunset, Ex. 27 Ind.. Ex. 75
RAVENSDALE SALOON
MAN RAN AMUCK
HE SMOKED UP Hit BARROOM WITH A BIG SIX SHOOTER AND
NOW LANGUISHES IN THE COUNTY JAIL CHAROEO WITH
ATTEMPTING TO SHOOT A DEPLTY SHERIFF
Frank Groahcl. proprietor cf the
. Aoatrlan K«!<xjn. at lUvrtinl.ilc. a
coal mining town In lite aouthern
part of tbe county, ran amuck lit
that reaert early ycaterday morning.
and a* i result la now nursing a
headache In tbe King county (wattle
pending a bearing on a charge of
snurdarous aaaaulL
Orcahd was arrested and brought
to tb« city by Deputy gtterin «.
Ht«i«l.h. sta,tk»oe4 at lUvcn«J.il».
upon whom the asamilt wan made
Th* deputy attempted to arrrvl to*
. —Innti man while tbe row was In
• proamea and narrowly »acap*d stop
lln* a bullet from aroabefs big sim
abooter.*
Oroah*! had aome trouble In sis
family Monday night Soon after
mldnlfht be came Into hi* aaloon
and with a double Jointed oath or
dered every mother'a son In the
house to line up at the bar for a
•rink.
Tax various) sons were too thirsty
to consider the terms of the Invita
tion critically and lined op.
Before the different poiaona had
■)sjsjsi named and art out Groahd's
eye fell on Hilly riolton, a former
aaJoon man with whom he once had
Japan Rice
SPECIAL FOIt TOMOIIROW
« I.HH. 28«.
Teas
If you are a lover of good
Tea*, try Adam*' CO-cent Kni?
Dab Breakfast. We guarantee
It equal to any tea «o!4 at II 00
per tb by other stores.
25 Cents
Pound for Fancy Hulk lowa
Creamery Cutter.
ADAMS
TEUND COFFEE GO.
•21 SECOND AVENUE,
Near Madii«n •'••♦.
trout.!*. ClrMhet ImmMUMy
flatbed a revolver and intimated •
dealr* In use It an Ilollon.
Deputy Hl»r- Interfered snl
allnii! !<•! to quirt . ...hrl The lat
ter |ut up hi* run and Ik* drinks
were iUi»rl «».•». Th'ti Oroahel
reeurnmj h!« e*arrh for troubles Run
i'ranmMMi hi* s»«rrh for trouble. Ran- I
nln* -hind the bar he mat. hni op
(be h.ttMle <jf IS* beer ;>um|v
' "«!«•» «wt of her" >'•>! ■(Iff*," he
ahouted with a atrtng of . i«« word*.
Htar«!« h ■ I .proarwad him ah 1
' aaked bin to drop the club.
ll* of the big atlrk 4.1«-y<-1. but
atmuluneouaty «■»!?>• out with his
; •ratling tun and fired a (hot o»-r
Btarwlch* h».-id.
Starwlcn drew hla own gun an 1
forced (Iroshel to participate In a
I pear* conference. In Iba mllM of
tlia nrjtittuilonii. however, ih- aaJoon
man again drew hi* platol and for
a few tnlnutea Austria reacmbted a
busy My before Cort Arthur.
When tha amnke cleared away II
wti found that th» i) .imago was
confined to the celling of the saloon
Orochrl had fli!-l It full of bttllata
and put blmaclf out of commiaalon
aa » man cf.war.
. H'i»rv»i. h took him to tn* lockup
and ■•■• n#ml mornlnc th» local ]u*
tlce of the prate bound biro over.
WANT TO
~ RESUME WORK
Th* p«Utlon of tbm Seattl* A
Waxiii.Ktuti Watrrvajr eompanr
MktDK tor permtalon to reaum* tb«
■talctni of ll'n- on hill, now befors
tb« council. th« project to dredx*
the lower end of tha DuwamUh
river ■in 1 the Dweaatljr of »<•< in line
a larccr appropriation for the proa
ecutloo of the north canal opera*
tlom are under conaldrration by the
Chamber of Commerce this after
noon. _
WOULD HAVE REPORT
The. ruatom of some eltli* of
publUhlnK annual report* of their
financial condition and buainra*
progre*i ihould be emulated by t'< ■
attle. In the opinion of many of the.
city officials. It la claimed thai
■urn annual report* do much to ad
rertlita a city. Tho comptroller**
annual report I: thn only Important
| work of this nature now published.
Men who have found the lift
•tore In tin- wrooic location ara j
I pl«as«<l for havlnn found It Hurt
I * Packard* "Korract Shapa" I
Rhoe*. 11.50 and 1.00. If th«y <l<
« In- you It's our lota, not your*. !
1111 Flrnt Arc, near •pftßf •••.
FALLEN WOMEN FLOCK TO
THE UPPER END OF TOWN
HADITUEB Or THI UItTBICTKD DI«TRICT ARK NOW INVAO
IN(. TMf BUtlNEtt OItTNICT -FINBT AVtNUt NORTH Of
UNION STREIT RICK* WITH VICK
Vlcp In Itn in..1.1 i.i,1.,,,,* form
I Illlka 111 * (lot. • |i|n»:i!i> (potll iiliihk
Flmt m>ini.< l.i tw.i n lltihin ■(!.»!
•irwt and Qupfn Ann* hill, Vice
ItrtppM <>( Hi ■mllln« niMok and
S«rnipnts of Milk ii ii, tint. I No 1«m
than ti v mloorm alons thn thor
ought ar« neither moro nor loaa
than mniikt for houaea of aaalKna
tji'ii. and nn> known to bt> atirh l>y
arorri of Sr.iitl. "h |uille«. Y»t Mayor I
Ilalllncrr'a oft rrpratnd protnlapa
to ' 11. .in up" Hi.' tmitneia dlatrtrl
mi' »«till unfulfilled and tIM Mix lit I
f*it la day by day gaining a firmer
foothold In tin. up-town bualnoaa
«nd rr*lil«nr« distrlrta.
Wiihhi It ■(<]«• I throw of III.' Y.
M C. A. building, iic.ir tho rorncr
if Flrat rt\»-llll*' and l'lk» ttrert, »■ •■
ttirn> of tliixc hotbvda of aln and
ahame, whrr* fallen womrn, ranut ot
them poor, hadrag* rrrnturea of
Hie atrevt, mr. t men and boya HI: 1
barter body and »oul far money with
which to .-(..' mil their tnlierabta
•ilatence. And the pollr* know It
and do not Interfere.
Outwardly theao t>l.u->-» are mare
drinking plan* of the common aort.
but In Urn rear of each Mr* boxra
and wine rooma dealgned for the
uaea pf fallen women and existing
IN r«JUN VIOLATION
if a fit r ordinance with «lii. both
Chief of |-.>l!. n lh i.niry and Mayor
1' iliii.Kir ar« familiar and hay« re
peatedly promlaed to enforrn.
In on* of these three plarea. wales
it BUr man vtdtrd last nlcht. -i
1 large room «>• found In the rear
of the aaloua proper, Mt.-.| up with
rbalrt and table*, and flllnd with a
motley crowd of men and touts
drinking and raroualng together,
utterly obtlTioun to caiual vUttora.
"Cha*» In and alte up the bunrh
SOAKED HIM
_ -
A $'•" fin* ni ir.rtr.) out to 1:1
M. m.n.ii. charged wttb i"iy lar
c-rojr, bjf Ju*tlr# Uordpn thlt morn-
Ing. On October IS, MrltaMM
mailr an u&nuetvMful iicmfl to
mrry off ■ larga •mount of tntaccl
■ Unoouß bardwar*. tb« property of
the Ki..tri. Uaodry. ll* wm •!«•
!■-. ir.i at tat* work «n.l »rr.»!r.l 111*
Inability to pay hi* ftn» klvm htm
a evil la the county J»il T. A.
Th.itrhi r tworm to ih. mmiilalDi
Mi ii< iuM i« •■ Old offender, tint
always dodges ihr grand larnny
; cnarg*.
VELVET APPLIQUE
Her* I* a natty walking suit of
icrenn broadclotb trimmed with an
appll<iu* of green velvet of darker
tone. Tli" velvet It ahaped like the
petala of flowers or like leavea, and
la tiastnd firmly to tbec loth. Silk
vntttarh braid Is then •!•>«•■ !y basted
! all about the edges of the velvet
I petals and Is then Hlt< ti><l carefully
ortr the edge*. Thn braid It either
white silk or of a tone of green
somewhat lighter than the material
of the ault. The hat 1* one of the
popular rolling *altors with a sun
flower pompon In green satin or
green velvet, matchlns; the color of
the velvet on the gown.
STRANDED
Miv Script* New* A., n I
NASSAU, N. 11.. Oct. 26— The
aip.imrr Ma*Mrhu*ett«, from Car
diff for New Orlean*, whlrh was re
ported loit, 1* stranded ott Attaco,
Ilahama Island*. Tbe vi-i-nl I* Put
Ing ea«y.
.
lli'aiiw Arthur I'> i<■ %• ■ a 10-year
old Incorrigible, awlpes gum and
bother* the life out nf the citizens
living on Ilearon bill, bn I* to be
■mi to Major Newel* Industrial
school, although he begged Chief
of Pollre in lan. v for another
chance. George Ottison, aged 13, ar
raat«d at the same, time as young
Prrlve, will be turned over to his
parents.
for yourself, pal," said the busy
waiter, whom the reporter asked
for permission to enter thn MM lal
hnll. "The Lull. * 'II be tickled to
death to see you. If you've got tbe
price of a beer."
Hardly waa the reporter seated at
a table In tin corner of the room
before a weary, haggard-looking
girl, bleary-eyed and ponrly dresned,
was In thn chair st his side, asking
\n be "treated" mil a little inter ply
| ing all the subtle arts of the cour
-1 tesan of the alums.
"Thla la a great hang-out for na
girls," she remarked In a manner
Intended to be brteiy. "We gets a
.Ii in •■ to in*. I a lot of live qnea
here, and, we don't have to pay Do
fin- • and the
COrS DONT BOTHER vn.
"Me? Yes. I did use to live below
the line onre; down at the old I'a
rifle house, I.lit I'd a lot rather drift
•round up here.
' It a to public down In th. ten
derloin, you know, and all the rops
ri is onto you. Here, you ran be a
' la.lv as long aa you don't get slops
and get bawled out on th* street."
Around at Hi- other tablea other
gtrU and women 1..1.1 the aame
story to other men. and maudlin
kisses and raresaes were exchanged
aa the evening wore on. U I
I'asalnK out Into the nlgbt
through the rear door of th.- "wine
room" tbe reporter aaw the rear
door of the cheap ring house
overhead. Invitingly open, a hand's
breadth from tbe entrance of the
saloon.
Arrosa the street a narrow flight
of stepa, unmarked by light or glid
ed sign, leads down and then up
to the r*ar entrance of another re
GREAT SHIPMENTS
TO ORIENTAL PORTS
ALL RKCOROB BROKEN ro« TOTAL TONNAOC TO >C SENT
ACROtt THt PACIFIC IN SIX DAYS
Nearly :o,GOO tons of American
prudure will be ahlpped to the dif
ferent ports of the Orient within
the next six day*, which la til.
largest amount of freight shipped
arrosa the Pacific from this port 111
such a abort time. While a gnodly
portion of this freight Is contlcord
to the ports of China, and tbe Phil
ippine Inland* ami some to the lnte>
rulr cKlea of other Oriental conn
trie*, the majority of the so.uoo tons
Is consigned to Japan.
The veawU which will carry the
freight shipments are the Anterl
\w*lian Bttamahlp company's
big freighter riui, which haa
been chartrrt4 by the Doston
Steamship cotopaJiy; the Bo«o»
Bie»mshlp rumpsny's frvlgttter
I'lelades, and th* Nippon Yiuen
Kaliha, rompajty's Kanagawa Mara.
'Hi" steamship Texan, which" la
scheduled to leave for Japanese and
other or lint •! ports tomorrow
eight, will carry 10.000 tons. Kven
with the Urt-f displacement of the
Texan, the Prank Waterhouse com
; pany cannot (r>tinnn>li' all tb«
thlpiiera who have conslgnmenta
awaiting shipment to the other side
of tbe Psrtne.
Tb« steamship Pleiades la sched
uled to aall on lh» evening of Octo
ber XI. I.i . will carry -,000 tons.
Oa.November 1 the Meamiblp X*
*«««• Mara will put to *■ • with
>»».«» tons, which will be the
lam >.•«-.! 1,, sail for tbe Orient
until the '■•it sailing of the Uostoo
Hieamahlp company's steamers. In
November.
Th« vaaarU will rfi»ir all r.f tti#
WILL HANG
REBELLIOUS
PRISONERS
Olr Bcrlppa N»w» am n.) \
TOKIO. Oct. :r..-lUr, lW u> of many'
•ttempta i.v Russian prlionera to
etrape and tbe general refractory
conduct of the Itutslans, stringent
Itgulatlona have been liaued railing
fur the hanging of the leaders of
organized assaulu and the Impris
onment In dungeons of thova par*
tlclpatlng.
.
MARINE NOTES
The Halting date of 11,. atearoer
Jefferann. of Hi- Alaska HlPanmlilp
company, which Wai scheduled to
Mall for the north tomorrow morn
, ing, has been changed tr> Friday
morning, October 2H, .■ 9 o'clock.
The; vessel Wii« ri hiihili <l to null
llilk port today but ha* been de
layed, owing to the till, k fog which
prevails along the coast.
Tf.M uti'iiiii'•!• Haiiilcr. i. 11. ftrsy
gpMteM* looking million mil
Nil WOMI
'i Ihklnii t()H< llk i In 111*
Ami at Hi. v. i v I- f i dooi
lit Hi' 1 Wllll It. 11l
11H11..W I | ' tin
■ 111 ll
,i red. Illuminated sign told of
rooms to ii'iit and from wlii.li an
elegantly rarpted stairway Invited
to apart menta above.
tun n away from ili.- > I-. ■' the
fallen woman In.tnal hm lo.ii wan ax
much at home aa In the Ones re
■ttlrted dlitrlct, and no policeman
to Interfere.
rmilni- up the itn a dwptlve
•ten vir a aide door limt. .i the re
porter int.. a "n I'lnnißiii." Not a
illH of food. Only drink. The nar
row nUlrway. brilliantly lighted,
led either to the »ln. i »ma of
Id.- «al<Min faring on KliKt avenue
or to tha lodging hout4 wlili "ele
gantly furnUht-d rc*'iii»." abort
Thla la tlia* general plan of moat
of thn laloonii above I'll.*- itrect—
ladling house and wine iiiii» with
one and the, aame entrance.
■Mi i'M»'li. f know ilm inf. i. Mr to
i .- drawn.
Hit rx»KS I III: M Udll
"Some day all thin will be
changed," remarked one , an.Mil sa
loon man, talking to a auppotrd
•Iran* In the city anxious I. learn
the ropes. '■ 11 >• and 1.) we'll bave
tin- dead line moved and all that
red light district up here along the
waterfront north of Tike.
.- working tot
will ruin.' an
aanla It »i I what Jim Mill
- > tirrally «'t« Hi- wantu
th--»» I' ■<■#•» . 1.-ai.rl mil of Ih.
"He owns this waste land bark
of thta saloon and up and down for
!!••. I. Ho there you are. HeeT"
,: in tiir mrantlniM thm t\em A 111 ll
nnbody li.nn r pretend* to reatrtrt,
U ttra.iimllv oozing northward. Ilr
ft>r* Jtm Hill *•!» r*«.i!r to l»r»
--aimseAf |»i 1.i1.1y th* tenderloin
will fciv* mow.i Itself,
Important seaports of Japan, while
the later will will .all at China
and Manila. The Japanese ports at
which the teasels »ill rail air
Nagasaki. Kobe, Yokohama and To
klo. The r«r|im of th« vessels
consist of many large shipments of
steel and Iron, the majority of
which la consigned solely to Japa
»iw ports.
Tb« shipper* who arr sending
th«sa steel and Iron shipments are
somewhat apprehensive for the safe
arrival of the merchandise, aome of
which la reported to bo contraband
of war. I)., ground* for the appre*
hanslon of th» merchants over th«
««fe drtlvery of tbe goods I* due 10
to* fact that agents of the Russian
rovrrnmrnt are known to b« • low
ly wan nine U>« leading of the
ttramers.
Th» local shippers think It Is the
Intention of tae MM agents to
Infiitm their government of the na
ture of ibe veaaela' rarcoea In order
that « watch may I* kept for th«
ttramfthlpa on Ihiir arrival In
Oriental water*. The *i>-ani»hl|i
anit dork nffi. lain are tiarrtalaf
•very car* In th« loading of to*
steanera. to prevent ttm naturn of
their carcoe* becomlas known to
Outside people.
They also assert thai no contra
band of war, an far as their know I
•<t«» U concerned. Is being placed
•»*wr.l th« steamers. They admit
of many consignments of steel
billed for Japan, but aay tiey do
not know for what purpo»« UlO
merchandise I. to in used on It's
arttval there.
' * $9 ■' Mill 'or San Francisco from
■■MM"*™ tonight fib* will take
-•*ug»m and « fi,i| ,ai»
The steamer Shasta. L. H. Oray
* l\». will Mil f'«r Sun Francisco
ft ">' H<-!lin»-ham with • large cargo
«n<r\a full list of paasengers tomor
row?
I CLOTHES DISAPPEAR
•i Mia MM of Mfi linn *tr« t,
complains to it, pollr* of th« faith-
Nmhi as of ■ supposed friend. ll*
! left a mill of clothe* lying loose In
hl«.ri>«im and »It-» ha returned
they ■»d been appropriated by
someone. As th« friend dlsappear
ml about 'In earn* Mm* m the
clothes, .J.iMim.,ll {»■•■]» IH If ■: i\
lilanatlun In In order. While th«
theft la not of much ronm-rim in"
the. pull, f have !■• . I. nxkr.i to axslßt
Jolmpi.n In finding the frli nd ami
In recovering lilt clothes.
RPIIINdFIKMI. lil.Ort. 26.-flin
ator Fairbanks delivered hU first
speech of the present tour of Illlnoli
to thousands of people hi Hi. ariir
nnl lint- this forenoon. He Is
billed to make speeches this nfter
noon at Jarkaonvlllc and < bain anil
tonight at Ihiiiiillml. Mo.
t —
"Excursion ratm" ■•■! hi-1. «, <i<
i>Kim * Bill— MihMii, MM 111*1
IIM-Mir. ...
FOR BENEFIT OF
CRITTENTON HOME
'1 In' concert lit ciii i..h iifi mm hull
la*t evening for ttio lirnrftt of th«
Klorwire Crlttffiton hnma »»» one
of thit lwitt »llfrnl<!(l pvrr nlvtri In
th« city liy local tnlrnt. Bvtry
a»ftllnl>lo i • "I In lh« (mil war oil ii
pii'l. Tim progmn »»■> uniianalljr j
flnn and thimn taking part wcr« ru
|ifft(i<illy mmmd.
M1.,l I*. Im i :ui tin- i iiti-il;itn
iim-iil with "Val*« d'Atiinion " Kho
wan fiilluwi-il with vocal xi'litlldiih
liy Mr, Ucliwardft-ici'r. Mr. Culm,
th» •II known rlollnl r*vb h«»v
oral i.i -1 •■• nnim In reipuiiMi to in
corM.
Oth«<r »i<lrrtlnn» wm ■ Klvcn bjf
Mm Mulfi.it. Mr. Ki'im and mihh
('iH)lcdKi), tin. Im I two In lit*- Kliu!.<-
r.-.,11n».
Predicts a Big
Republican
Victory


• fir H'-tlin » Nrwn Am n 1
ATHENS. 0., Ort, !«.--O«nrrBl
«"*i:• i !• n 11. (lrnavenor hnii clvrn out
hi. flßurra on tb« election. 11.- |.i<-
dl< tn ih.it ltoimrvrlt and Kulibanka
will i :uiy Ni-w York, Weil Virginia,
Indiana and WUconatn. !!• clanara
Mimtana and Maryland aa doubtful.
With v . li.n. f f.ivi'i luif rmki-i. A' -
< '■> iIIMIC In hi* flKtlti-*, lt.i.,«i V. It
will iimlv* 314 vote* In !)'<• i 11-. ii.r.il
i-'ll'Cf. ll* »ll)« lhcr« hi l>« ■■
►-.....I wurklng republican majority In
lit*' llU'lJli',
DODGED A
BULLET
Tli- operatlnr.il of a burrlar ho
entered the I" n:>y Way pharmacy
ram* near drawing to • fatal rloae
t.'ii* momliif wherr !<>■ atKveufully
•lu.U'r.i a well dlre<-t«>i| bullet from
a revolver In the hmwln of .lit\i« T.
Kl*tte, of th« real rutato firm nf
Kl'Hr- * Nlrk. K]*tt« happened
nil. nit )uat about the time the burg
lar was teavlnr the premise* with
hi. arm full • t rholca rlcar*. Th«
retreat on the part of the burclar
WHS ma hurried that h* dropped ovrr
half I)l.» haul and these were n- ■■> -
•red by City I>et«rtlf« Corbett, who
lnv«-«il«;4t«il the rase, for the police.
The, front door < f the, pharmacy
had been forced •>i--ii Nothing •■■•■■
la >rt*4 ml**''* Th# (■<!!> >• have
• fund description of th* man, who
U ».,! | tu h«»e i.f< n !»mt than
ordinarily drested and ■mall of
nature. Klette aajra that he believe*
Hi- bullet found Ita mark, but a r!o««
scrutiny of the. ground orer which
thi> thlrf had fivd. failed to ibow
any blood.
LOST PURSE AND
DIAMONDS
Mrs. Itunkrr, of at Duller hoUI.
can** to the pntlc* last etrmlng and
reported tbe theft of a purse con*
taining considerable money and a
valuable diamond rlnc- She waa
walking along th« street and near
the corner if Hr. <iri(| av*nu« and
Cherry street mlswd th* purse,
linking around to cc* if she had
dropped it ahe noticed a man aloop
down and pick sometblng up. Hh<
b«lt»vee It wss her pur«« and
thought at tht time that ih* man
would bring It to i«.llni headquar
ters.
DM could not give a very good de
scription of the man. The police be
lieve that she was the victim of a
pickpocket, who cleverly knorked
the purae out of her hand and Ihrn
picked It up and made off.
BOUND OVER
Victor lleascn, IS years of age,
waived preliminary h<«ihix beforit
JwMrK (3ordon yesterday afternooD
and wan bound over to tht superior
court under bonda of |I,MO. He Is
charged with burglary and has ron
fraaed. llugene Uetrtm, arrested on
■ii«j--li lon, la to b» tried on » charge
«f living off the famine* of « fall-
Mi woman. His bonda ar# Md at
11,000. The. rase comes up for n
hearing on Friday before Justice
Gordon. Detrou and ■wn were
companions ami It la thought that
Detrou knew all about Destrn's rob
beries.
OFFICERS AFTER HIM
Aft' sevc-rat weeks of quietude
the man who terrorises little girls
has bruJ.m loose again. Yesterday
evening Myrtle Illnes was given a
terrible scare by the drgenerate,
who chaned her several blocks at
top speed and did not desist until
he was frightened by several peo
ple who came, along about that
time. C. 11. Upper, of Ml Ka«t
Seventeenth avenue, did the heroic
and calmed the girl's nerves, after
which be reported the matter to
the police. The man Is described at
bring somewhat shabbily ilrr*..-'■'l
and wore a slouch hat which van
pulled down over his eyes.
MUST KEEP BUSY
Ma.inr ■■illacM had Ihhh.,! ii,.
rrgulfrtlnn nrHcr Inatrurtlni city
employe* ♦• refrain from election
eering. In his lrttrr to the heads
of >li'H»'i mriit:. he Rtatßii that such
wurk la klronipallblc with propel
altMi k» duly, lleretoforo such
ar<a>i M iv. chief executive and
ttwi plvll ncrvlco immlH«kinorii
i*> !>«■> faint* tnr« m>mli<.
« C Tweiily yrnri aftrr ytm tnjr a
/*j Cw MwiiHii li It will tie jut • « < i oti.inil
rL^w/>\ ail to operate, will work jiwt M
rfT^/fi^JCfff \ I ptttoeU/Md will 1* at entire!/
r^ l!2?r^II/iu'/V wlliifnctoty m wlun iirw. That
3 Ixlr >v*'\ cannot !<e ealil tif atcrvct iiuwia of
/(♦V iQ P^ftAl"? OthcTltoti.
/f}\ -k (tljjlf^^J lU'sUySatUfaftofy rtAj««
y ( V. jpßß^^* tUr,l*natrr*n,,.lla,ullUmllf m—4» In *Hy •
*/^J, \ J wurniry. «'•• fur *u»c/f *n4 />«*//« loMiltulluni
Tomorrow Is the Last Day
Wh^ti you run buy a fln« »f>lt<l Oak Drpuiwr, worth til. tor only
97.60.
An<l i. ri ■!■ m!!<1 Oak Rocfcaf that «rll« i. cul..rly for 12.10, for only
fl.OSi
The Autumn Opening
Of I'ijiiilliiii-, nußi. CariivtH mi.l I>r .-<]■• ri. ~ It i< . . IviiK ri'-w ii'Ml
tlonii of fri'dh k'm»]ii ev»ry day. You run >™ here the l-.t-nl and
bent "I i\• i > iiiim;. Ciirne In mill !■■' k uruurn).
Heaters
We h&vo an i>x< •■ritloiinlly lirr» •to'-k of Ilcntcm nf #v«ry 4»arrlp»
• lon at prtrM f tf .m v up. Till: KAMOI.'H IIOWAHI) OVKHIrtIAVT
jh:aii.h i>« 'I 111 iii:ht maub- lit.SO to |;illllll
WE offer $30 CASH for ANY MONARCH range SOLD
BY US. NO matter HOW LONG USED.
Tou ran huy a Munarch or any olhfr atovr or ratige n •■ »< II and
*« will mki> your «I<l one In i~m i>ayrnrnt.
Acorn ItuiiK'"" nn<l l.i" !• ■!•• 1( ir ». «. fully <l. Thft prtc*»
of iii< »•• ranicra arc fnun 13(1 u[>. You can buy on MM of
IS dawn and I', a month.
GLHolmesFurnitureCo
-1101-HO3-1105 SECOAID AYE.
D...9".--. RELIABLE GOODS ONLY. *****
Pcopl. M y It pax* te trad* h«r». W. deal In "Rtllabl.
Goods Only."
MORE LINEN
SPECIALS
Read These Special Offers
SALE CONTINUES ALL THE WEEK.
DOITDI.R BATUf DAMASK. 11 In. hn «id«.full bleach
ed, fine high cr»c3<' Hoods—we're proud of them and
you"!! I* proud to bare them on your table— regular
value* 11.15 to 12.00 a yard; aiwcU! price*.....
SO< ii.in, 11.26 and 91.36
DlNS'ntt NAPKIN'S, of Intibl* «a(ln damask, full din
ner «Im>, »»tr» fin conntr. T»rjr specially price* at, a
doxen : 5t.76
UNDLEACUCD BATH TOWELfI. double thread and
C«od clever ■ narous ilw, special aale price. 6 tow
els for ' ..........85«
EMBnoiDEHY AND HANDKBRCHII LINEN'S, la
trtrr width and In all the better qualities. Sec our
window.
LADIES' ~~
TEA-GOWNS
Very Handsome Ones at $6.50
(-AHHMKKK AND HKNKIKTTA WRAPPERS OR
TEA OOWNS. in mil blue, black or red. made with
tUbt flttlni lining pleated yokes and tastefully fln
. Uhed with satin ribbons. All sizes included, at. e*«h
..........|«.50
UKEQL'ALED ASSORTMENTS OF STYLISH ITS
AND COATS. COME AM) SEE.
NEW CTIALUES.
N>m All Wool French hallloa. II Inches wide, with
satin stripes, all the desirable colorings, on aale at.
a yard S»«
McCarthy Dry Goods
Company %£?££*
GREAT LAND SALE
TWELVE HUNDRED ACRES NOW
ON SALE IN
FiVEANDTEN-ACRETRACTS
BETWEEN SEATTLE AND EVERETT.
One Mile of the Prettiest Waterfront on Puget
Sound
STOP RIGHT HERE
'And consider the location. This land is lo
cated between two live growing cities, and
.within driving distance of either. The inter
urban road now being built will run close to
this property. Great Northern Railroad Sta
tion on the land. New steamboat dock nearly
completed. Level land, first-class soil. Sev
eral fine streams of water. These tracts are
selling rapidly. At our prices they can't last
long—sls to $30 per acre, very "easy terms.
Better go out and look them over. Take
Great Northern train any morning at 8:35.
Buy round trip ticket to Togo. Office" and
restaurant on the grounds.
WEST £ WHEELER I ROBERT MALTBY
7 and • Union Ilk. ( 401-410 H. Y. Ilk.

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