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IT'I WOWTH THE MONtV^ fha Pioneer One Cent aper of the Northwest ■ BIT KDiTioa. 60 TO THE LILLY BENEFIT BALL GAME AT RECREATION PARK SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK GUNBOAT BENNINGTON BLOWS UP AT SAN DIEGO-50 KILLED GMTFVL CATASTBOf'HG EQUALS MAINf OISAKTEw IN HOM CXPt.OBION CM» aKHLE H CONVErtT* WAR C«ArT INTO FLOATING BCENE OF OCATM AND »UFFE«INa SAN ntEGO. Cal.. Ju!» ll—One of the ■oat frightful disasters In the history of the American navy, al most rlvaHnc the blowing up of the Main*, Md th«" horror at Samoa, oortirrod at 10: 10 thi* morning, wtien oim of the balers of the kmu hmt tUiMitiicttm. which lia<l just ar mM » in* the crippled Wynmliis hack to the Mar* Island navy tar.l. blew up bi.-tune out %k* thtei ut I' or M of Uncl» Sam's sailors, ami tailoring ail th« other men on th« •easel at ih» !im<v tmmtiilaulr after the shock of tit* explosion ttt* n«nntngtoa llttej hAdiv and b.'itAii to settle. Tupi hurried to her aa*l«t*Br« and she waa towed from the uaderstreaot to | the wharf. The ««pk>sion «M plainly heart) and feit Uirooesout U>n city, while mksuit. th« watcir front th» build lnjs shook. A etoU colontn of w»t<-r was bur!'-! intn the sir, and th« fact that a ttgrribU arcidtat had oc irn < was quickly r>«itMd. Iram«dUU2y ertry availahU- craft * The officers of the lit-nctns- • * ton: * * <"«■«>and" r. Young. * * •..»•■■ Victor IlliMt. • * Paymaster, Charles Morris. * * Clerk to paymaster, II A. • * Menu* * * Koniens C. T. Wade ami U. * * J. Perry. Jr. • * Midshipmen, U 11. Laeey and * * I^bo &aha * **************** la '!.• bfcrbor madn for th- crippled At* and the work of picklne np thn dr«4 and dying from th.- wrerk •C* "*«mji All around lay mangled eorpiMß and maaAlnc sailors, some BIDS SOON OPEN FOR BIG DREDGING JOB IN BALLARD IMMENSE SUM WILL BE SPENT ON BHILSHOLE BAY —OTHER LIVE BALLARD NEWS Major John Mil 1!* ha* tx>cn ootl ftfl by the it'ivfrnrroiit to recclv* bid* after Ann .-' I. »l hla office In the murk* building, for the dredging of Shllahol* bay from the pier head tin*- to deep water. An appropria tion of lllt.OOO haa been made. Mil Bbleldx, who van supposedly drowned «vl*> In bathing Wednra .-day afternoon, was burl"'! from th» ClUrnan Park church at 2 p. m. Fri day. H- iirrl' 1 SI. 000 Insurance ' and had Just recently dropped a much '■"»<• policy. Firienda who were with him at the tin.' of the accident, believe hla death was caused by hrurt failure, brought on by the *hr« k of the rold water, as It Is known that he had < very wnk heart. Very little water found In his lungs. Hla body _&Z*~ floating In the wnter,when re« ■' r.w*'i »»i'l not lying on the bottom, n* .'llret '•^^^» Jl>i was airurk by *"-' the he» T» r%47 k»k.»»»^i• «*«»» - «i, l "■«%,- atKtSr 4 In the watf-r when he aja£lM to it"- man who nttcm'pted to SlTfeo* Mm,'«nd'they'say he could not ! possibly b*ve been, under long roough to drown. 1I« could not •wiot. ■ A. B. ««n<J«hl. • tc.imsfer, waa i "a/rr»t#d Tr,,,r."1..y»M|« 1 and lodjted t/» }'>ff «m th« ch»rVe of Insanity «nd trJedbefo* th. commission Ito H*altic fn n tiw HÄ»)» He ha* •;twwMii*rr«Bs«s>^£enil times before • onj the «am4 ( /"SJf\ jk. On, on« oc»-a- V**«» h» 'rl*^noth» r thi* 11*** r"T by il'isioffowtmln^tE}™* ■houl- I Injured beyond bop* °f reco»«%ry. th«lr lees aud arms abaft- ■<■>! and chmt* and fat-ea sc&ldrd. floma. t,i iM'-iui! by imilu soucnt lo hur! th-4ii«-lvf» into the water, hut were restrained. Olhi*r» be-gged their t«»» --cucn to kill them. *v Intense *.na the. aufferltig. As fimntlly as tnw aible th.- drad and injuml wrre trMikfi rr<Mi to th* waiting boaia and hurried to tho ahore. where thot* who »«>■ klllml by the awful blast were conveyed to tbo niortu*. an4 tbn tnjurnl taken to various boapl taU. ward having bewu prerlou*ly sent to the latter Institutions to prrpar« for th* reception of th« I many wounded. The water front •a» lined with wnjcoua and vetilclns of all sorts, bavins been lmpr«w»«ti Into m rvirtv E»eti took Ha quota, of living and dead and battened to morgue ur hu«i>ita\l. A li'.iMi- 1 call waa **nt throughout th« rlty for t>h>*lcl4na and nurses. rraclU-ally every i-!i» • aictAn and prnfvaalonal nura* and n.nin of volunteer mn «•■» respond «■ l Th* ar*nr on beard th* lien n!i,ci-.:i when ah* reached the wharf I waa frightful. Deck ttmbera. heavy »!■■'■! and-Iron beama. amokeatarka. I gun carriage*, acrap* of rnßiti and boilers were heaped In one Indis criminate mass. Two ■>( the gunt i w*re gone and th* nvtfaxln*. which let go almost simultaneously with boiler, waa nothing mur* than a great gaping hole. Captain Lacln Young and Com maud, Verne w*r* on ahor* at the time of tb* accident. Lieutenant Coaunaoder.,John Calvin Umiaard waa *x«rtitjve officer. The ll.u'i-n --tat commander 1* Victor Hl« of South Carolina. IS* I* aald to have been In the hiwpllal at Mam Island, undergoing an operation. Tl »n- down the «tr.■> I an far a* h* could »■!■•! It. A cotmrll committee ti)«-«-ilriu nf th.- wh..|«- will ».»■ h.l I FYlday night to dl*ru*» thr cr.i'llitK of »"wi.il "<»i.-it« Th" Improvements on Hhltn li•>.'•■ iii |.ri'«i i-.-iiiik rapidly. Only one building prnnll (if any foiiae<|u<T>c<t wn* laaui . Friday. Willliitn R*nhl»i la icuiriK i.. build n one-room uddltlon to his wood home. A strange vegetable [.. .!.|>r fim* to town I il -l.iy morning and ix-fon he roul'l muke hla rim' sale, Li cense Inspector Wynrd mounted Hi" «as"i tim) hc-mled the pfOpfistOT to ward* police hendqunrters, wh<r» he ml.l tin- dii-r 1,.- did ii-«t Imv ■ ii-niKii money to buy a. license, so wos ordered out of thn tily and warned not In come buck until M hod tho n-i-> 1-r.ii V i li-il' Ml*). Mm' than r.o'i peopln turnnl nut to ilur Bcnmllriavtnri camp m*etlnjr. held In the l.ncf tent at Third and Crawford, Thuru'lny night. Bervlcfn wcr« hftlil from »:»0 to lt:?0. I'li-arlilint' ia in tin* Hi hihlliiiivi;iji tonruc •iiiiinu the wctk, and Jn En (llxh mi Hun'l.iy. ■ Attorney Ira Ilron»on, of Se«Ul«, hat i/i'i-ii ttnployed -by thn ttock li'<!'l»m and creditors of th« V,,i-li- Inftton Koo4 rompany. ta r«pr#»ent them In m Kuit aealnst th# dlrprtora to HhOW i-aijm- why thry übixild not pny' for. th« «totk > vot*<l* to tbcm m-lvi-d. The directors own 70 Mian » valued nt 176 l><"r, nhftre, which la mid ii' b« «uffltlpnt to pay tho In debtcdopM. The Seattle Star *l«n« were Chan. T. Wade mid New man K. Perry, Jr. 11. |iUlt>uu buckled ii'i-i the Inner wmidwork li> i i.i.rn »a« lorn i" •(■lintrrs. Much at the upper works wan thrown Into (hr watrr. FATALLY INJURED. Minium Leo SiUin and l.tmiiay 11. l-ay. Paymaster Charles Mnrria. jr Other »ffl. were. Injured, hut nona *<*r.> though! In ttr> fatal. The rnjcinn . !■!•• w«r« all *! their pUt when the expUmtou oct-nrrvd. Tit. ••\|i!i»«|..ii wax (i.iUiww) »v nit out pouring of a sheet of flamn. scald- j | Ing v.»i,-r ana smoke. This caught ! i'>rry man in th» bnllnr and • sucinr roomy It blew up th* iti-. !;• and threw I dote/os of no-it Into (bo air unit Into ' th- hay In the panic others Jumped Into tho bar and were plrk '•it up In boats which soon arrived, ' Th»* dhip la filling with water , rapidly and II la r»-i:».| that ah« will Sink. T!i" i.i'lr- of !!>..><■» - t , !..r!«:i l,i | not >■ iii-finii»'y ascertained. I'MiiirifT Nrlfon was i><*!» uullv making an impntloei of tb« bolUrf preliminary tn |.-*vluk the pnrt. He bad found t<v«r>«h:iu all right and ! was about to el\«- il- orders to put on atxam »li-ii th* uploiatOl oc curred. BBginecr Netiea wan bIOW back Into th* aloreruoin and inlurr but not faUUjr. Captain Young and a frw other nffi.<t» bad not >•' joined tbt ahlp and thus mrapcd. ISoalgn I'Try, ofTtc*r of th* day. waa on th* forward dark, directly above th* t'oil-m and waa p*rba(>« faulty Injured. In ci.i'-r to «ii>j> upon th* |M| plank an>] board th* «hli It wu nernuury ta atvp over ih. bodies "' th/M> .|<-.i«l b«y* Tliiwr «ailnr« who ; remained in condition to walk abont brh«vt 1 In • h<ri.i<- nuim-'i and 414 not «i'(> until fvtj badly Injured man bad be«n a»nt aahora on tea Uunr >»«■■, MARINE NOTES T!i<- atnamnhlp Ijro Marti of tbe Japan Mall Bt«>am»hlp company, ar rived Into Friday afternoon from Yokohama and (i.« k"l at lh« Great Northern wharvcx The Iyo Ml Japan (Ml (he afternoon of July 1. making thn trip M In ► .iin-whiit I'sh than 13 dayi. Th« Bka«way lln<r Huraboldt lra*<'» Friday evening for Alaaka. Eh» will rarry about 100 paasrn gera. Thi Valencia »rri v --<l fimn ttsn Irl'lav BOralßl with II paaawiif •!■ and a large coiwlkii Tin- Whltn star line uteamiihlp Oreidin will l«-nw Katurday mornlog fur Nome. Bhp has 35 paiwen»rera lnM.kiil. and her boldi will Im full of freight. Til-- company has tifn forced to turn away freight, not ln« --log able- to carry II all. * * * BANK CI.EAIUNnS. • * July 21. inos $i,n50,02«.00 . * July 21. 1904 637.M5.M » * liurtmse over last # » year 3»2,1»0.02 # * ♦*»**«****♦***» hARD-HEAR)ED DhIVEPS SPEND NIGHT IN oAIL Horse* cannot 1., worked nil dny and after a feed ..I outs, compelled to tukc up night work. The llumnne society will not stand for It. , Unman* Officer Vatrprll and I'a trolrtuiß N"u innn arrested 11, Mc- I^un and Morris Cage, Thursday night, for cruelty to anltnlas. They spent the nlKht In th. foul city Jail. Th*y,wtr« employed by Contrnctor Kilmer, who Is li.mllri»; tho dirt Away, from a nii-mn dredge on upper l-'huf t "It's Him lily a f lisa »( the n I mighty dollar," said Vaupill, nftcr^hc ur-, rest. *These _ men detSf d■ ' the charge, but the patrolman and my* ' vif caught them In a ll'l. "HUMAN INItMIT EDITORIALS" ARI KIIOR! AND DEACH THE SPOT Mil !., WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. JULY v, 190: IF WASHINGTON NMd A WHIPPING POST AND POLICE CAUGHT ANDLRSON-? air. Otrnm An,l»r»<)n, lh* victim «f tnirl >!'wrticti and robbery al th» haicla of her boa* hrlt.mi-rl. Ham And«raon. i* no* In th» fcanda of kind frlrnd* and relatives who » til .«t. for htr. IVtrr A«.lria<ifi. a brnMur of DM ruin* huaband. ha■*»!»»< to ih» *!<s• of hla «l< au<rr-ln U* Thur»l..y and «*». ii-r i:i ».. h'lf defray h»r "P".»'| 11. o» n slater haa alao found ber and will h*tp all ■*' ran. The pallf air mill ttuiltlnc hlctl ti»l , BREMERTON NEWS NOTES BItHMKIITON. July ll.—The gov ernment tug I'awtucket mad* a ap*« clal trip from th* navy yard to Sr attir today, with Hergeant A. P. Codding and Private* F. W, Brow nni lUchMrd Ilouirht6n on 1m«.i.1 Tliey nre Utklng four cuurt-m-irtlnl prlaonera front Hi- ti--• i»i»Mt-«tiUi Philadelphia to the prlaon at **-"■ I»land. Ueutenant I. 11. • i*h< r »aji <ila« aboard thp I'iawttickrt. lie la on hta way to Walla Walla, wherv he will do recruit duty. He will return Bun day. li la reported hpre that the Oreat Northern utrnmer Mlnne-mota, which arrived at Beattle from the Orient, ypiterdny. will cam* to Itrenterton and ro Into drydrak for a few daya an noon a* her rarfn la dlarhanredu The natur* «f th* repair work la not known. Rhe will rom* here 1.. --raunp no drydnck at Heattl* U tare* enough to accommodate th" monster ah I \kADL IMITATLS BANDIT TRACE) KAI.AMA, July 21.—T*o «h«rlf: ■nd hi* pn«»> ar<- still on tl» taMl of the man who b*ld up J. Matthawt of Bt. Hrlens last TiiPKdny ovenlnf and forced him to row him aero*! tinl Columbia river. The man stopped Matthew* am a»ked him.to take, him out into tin river. ll« carried ■ roll of h'anketi and a Winchester. When nut In tin river the man told Matthews thn he, would rill him full of holm I he did not hurry up anil set hit? across tin- river. On in rl vim: at the other side iioni Cnples, the man ordered Matthewi to build n fire ami prnpnre to ■•• supper, whllo ho we.nt out to kill i "■.ilf for fresh fnrnt. Tin' man toll hi* vaptive thai li- waji i. in' of tin ««r>ui\A« frnm VI. V,.il\. 1.1 ...I At tl|. first opportunity Math«wa got away and notified Hhorlff Klrby, of Cnwiltl ■liimiv, who orgaplsnil a poa«l Th* man waa laal ae*n »1 5 o'clock Wednmiday morning at the fttrang farm, thren miles from Cupids. 'I'lif officers nri> si'irei In is Wade, the last of thn escaped con- VlllH PROUD MOTHERS 10 EXHIBIT "KIDS' I ,O the carnival Hows Hnturilay night Hint" who have, not Attended •liefore nre thronging • the ground*. -Kxtra special fpntOrea we 'prom -1.....1 for Baturil.iv In the ufutnuumi tin-re will be a prls* buby ahow, nnd THAT CONrtniCNTIAI. WINK )o*'f..r An4*raon, bat II In lwlt#-v».| lfc«t h.i« left Ihr rlty will th* |»y»>»d» of the P*rt| which hr tmj«r»4 hi* Wife Of but ■ >■ »r lo • lien ever In him. The ;r ptrty «v vaiu«« »l H.UO. at » An<lrr«ott rannni \>» removrd '■• ■ lto»rital. a* •».«• la In the l.mi tag— of a pulmonary affllrllon. Aii.l'r«.n wrot* hi* »Iff aftt-r h* h*<l .!'■»»r!•■ ■! h«-r, tfllltiK ti.r that •*•- >»t»n4«'l In l' .iir h. x fnr*rrr and (hat all* would have i. depend on h#ra»!f la ih« future. humlrt-!» of | mud nutmnvui with Uit-lr "dimpled .!.ull:.r»' will rom a»t» for the many tempting prliw* tn be awarded by a committee of Judaea. The rnnthrra of Brattle will now have an opportunity to refute th* aaanrti'i" of ITeildent ftooae v»H aa to race aulclde. All who car- TJ or wheel bable« will have free ao ■ •*• to the grounds tomorrow after* r.« ri and all children of all age* will t" admlttPd to the main rate frr« and to the ihnwa at half price. COLLINS FIGHT VICTOniA. D. C, July «.—All ttti* ni'irnliiß OoIHm wan on hli f»*t mt». king th" validity or the ex tradition .i' I whereby hit rnemlra »r« MitPtnpHiiK If, n+cwT* hla re mi»T»l to Ran fnuirl)" m II" rlslmi Ihnt ttii« atatute pa*-. I by thi> Do miiih.ii govtrnmrat la out nt har mony with the, extradition iroaty :roa(!t> between the I'niti-ii Btatea and , Canada, and that the- crime of [■••r --lury nail be exprraard both In tin. Irwitv and In the art whlrh make* It apfi.itiv.- in the first treaty rx>r jilT *>» omitted, but appclflra In th" act In the laat trnaty that It til included, but omitted In the avt. ' ••no*' II fails, »< ■ ortlltiK to bin view. GRIP FILLED WITH OPIUM John Al>ri«n wan carrying a strip mn] wh leaving; i hi- California hotrl. Itl Fourth avenue smith, on Tfi.nßi!.<y • vriilnn "llejlo, John 1 11 nl Policeman F. K«>*fe,! "Whnt hove you In that ;.T" "1 <Jon"t know," replied John "I ' wa» given $2 to cam It over bar*." ""Well. well Jimt tnkn a look hi It." said I 111' [ifill, I'lTliih. An examination ■!m «< <1 thut tin' < nrlp contained IK cans of opium, hlmiui $XCI worth In all. Mill,-- w.im taKco i" iln i mini Jail on KtspU •rfcm of havlnn nmiißKlml ophim In Itlx (HiMitmixliin. and Friday morn liik ii. ,ml\ I int.•.l Still. Mtirohal (intiimii Nfrvcd ft. warrant 111 til it effect on 1111 ■ 1 I ■( , T£DD> AND GROVER ON IHL LIST NF.W YOIIK. July 21.—Prenldrnt Hoospvclt and firm <>r Cleveland m <■ down on "Kihlb and Fancies" lint of tin' mi'i'tv publication figurine In the.ttmrts, 0 n rosnil Of till Rrrrst of. iin of its solicitors.. It in takl they will recclvn ; their t copies de luxo edition without -•I. * Annum tin' prominent men who •übttrlbrd 11,500 or more for roploa ■rej Tlinmni V. Ilynn. W. K. Viin rt.rlillt. Alfrril O. miii'i Mil .litnir* J, Hill, J. P. Morimn. Oliver Harrl ?nan, Chaunrey Itepew, l'f>rry Ilnl rnont, John Jncub Astor ntul Thus. •W. I IWH'III \ i ■ • »«•••♦•.♦♦«••»• i * ** * * ♦ * AUTOS IN ALASKA. * * It la reported that Norn« U ♦ * !-■■omiii« thor<i>i|tlily <i|> '■>- * * data, a« autxiuoblla* ha>. made • * tin ir •1.1.m In the oorthcr* * * city. The Ataaka AuUtmobll« ♦ * Trmtuportatloo nifnitaof baa # * rala>«llahf»l a r<«ular line o( * * "bubble I>HKRI>» i b«t«M« * * NeOM »til Teller, and the * * rotnpanr la tald lo be niaklus * * monny. The automobile* run * * for a treat part of the way * * along th* aandy !.«■». h and the ♦ * expeni* of iiuil'litic a road * * muan]ui«tl) *v aniail. * * * ■ A************** They Never Saw Salt Water Before Th. "ten most popular girls In Montana" iinj j ■ • I over In H.-.itt!. on thrir way to th# Portland fair, Thursday night, and left for th* "lUwo City" Friday mnriniii. Th* clrta. who «i»r* nrln-trd out of k.•■(.-" of 14>>»]i'l.<ia« l> a ron- Imt <oi»]uctrd by ihi- llniti- Kvrn 'ix Kr»«, *»r» In chant* of Mm. To*»r «• rbaprronc HunfriPMi Man ajtrr Colllna. of thr N*«n. In "bu«|. nrra mniinfir" of the Junkptlnc party, «hll* ltyron K. t'oonry, of (In- local nl.iff of ii,. Newa, actrt] an |ir*«* .isi'tit. Th* party arrlv*<l at » p. m.. Thurailay, and li.c.il fri. ii I. *nt*r taln*d thrin with a moonllKht launch rl<l* on the ».>uti I. Th* part) vlnltetl tin Mi: •!•• mi. ' ■ MlntiPiinla and Hi kot« and *i>*nt Mi hour ..I Alkl point Wh*n th* party returned to S<^l' ■ luii'hti.ri ««■ «rrvpi) nt th* ll.iink'-r Crand. l*roprl*lora Wllaon and Whit*, both of « hum li.ii! inn llutt*. in-thin ■• boats. Tb* party will tptad thrro d.iyii at th* fair th*n ft down th* Co lumbia to A«i«nl.i for ■ vlolt to th* big J-iiy. i"i th* return trip the party will apriul two i|,ivh In B*Ht ll'-. then junket through llilllnh Columbia nnd wrutern Cunudn, ■tprndlns nearly tWO »'Tk« on th* whole trip. Not on* of th* Kill" h^iit *v*r n**n salt wnt*r bt*for* and moat of ihi-iri will ■ .TV milnl'U" of th* I"11 »c»-1 •••iiml \.iM.-tv horn* to their friend* to prove th.ii they have •pen the real live orenn." CELL FOR BOYS _ Sheriff Smith ha* a crow of mm nt work on a Juvenile cell at thi' i mint v priiton for ili>' purpoae of ac riuntiiii.lallni; tho youths who ar« Inoarrerntud there. It l« eipeoted that tins will be completed within the next »■••••!< and will lie Hi. only Mil ..f Hh kind In the iUU. The room hairy and vpry oobv«bl«b< for Itir .lnM-nili- ■ i linln.ils and will ;ic • ■iiinmrii.iti- about II prisoner*. "We li' not allowed to put Hirso M.llll. fnlKs In tin- rrKiilur Jail." Raid Sheriff Smith CM Friday minnliiß. "Thin plnco Ik |iihl the ItiuiK and kwpn 1 h.' null.. away from tho ro«t of Hi nilii.tl- Tho lnrliicnc«< In licttfr and wn ran kwp Jiottpr watrh of Ili-ri. NDON,- July ll.—ln tho chal lenge round for I hi' Davla 'lip at Wlmiilodon today 8. 11. Rmlth, nf tin Kngllith team, defeated W. A. Ijirned, Amorlcnn, fi-4, fi-4, B-7, fi-4. Smith won l.v hard driving and clever playing iilimi; tin lines.' NORFOLK. Vb.; Jolj 21.—RIrs liit'h (w|H.h!nil sot nil" «lri'li'K« Mimmunlcallon wlft Capo Henry at 11:15 today. WEAThLR FORECAST Partly Cloudy Tonight and Satur day; * Saturday . Cooler; - Light to nth Wilt Wind.. WArm I lie ttrAH'M MPOHI INU CACW I I HEAL LIVt NEWI OF BPOHTDO M The Only Paper in Seattle That Dares to Print the News VOL. 7. NO isfi MORE RUSSIANS GIVE UP TOKIO, July 21.—1t In officially announced that «61 Ilusslsn soldiers on the Island of Raghallen. together with I', (iffleers, have surrendered to the Japan* TOKIO, July ll.—An Imperial or ! dinance' waa lanued thla tnnrnlng authorizing the appointment of nun c<rtnnilaalo»*d officer* from the re serve coruK'rlpta, romertlng those of the cundry nource rank Into pri vate of the fighting rank. A ■!!• t•-..(. N from Otaru aa>-«: "the Pumlans were defrated at Oallne. They were &00 ntrong. with all field and three machine gnu* They of fered a d»»persit* resistance. C«n nrmadlns; t>egan at t o'clock on the morning of July 7. The second line of the RuMlHnil drfrl'i 1* wa* not token until the following morning. LIGHT FINGERED CREW AT WORK AGAIN A narober of robbery reports alft e<t In at police, beadquartpra Thura day night and Friday morning. IM denily Urn "dlpa" and "crooks" bar* returned from a summer's outing— at least the number of reports In dirat* it. Mr. Mark. r. 1305 Third, found Urn from o( ncr cigar ilmnd Uttered with tt&r.mi'uia of broken la tut at 8:10 Friday morning An Null cation* showed M ci«ars and glaaa of (turn miming Another bunch of thlevni visited Dill'a drng More at Itroadw&y and Madimn They rarrl»l off a penny ilot-marblD«, Bum;, candy, rum, Burglar* failed In an attempt to rob the notion >tore of S Tlank on Washington, but they loft a ground work plan of their Intended opera tiona, A mortise lock prevented the • ntrv J. H. Kalarrafm and V E. Folk ncr wer* «k^nrt<-d off th« carnival grounda by City |i. •.. •> Wap penateln and Itarbe*. who rlalm that A************.******* * * * * * + * *V*ik * * * * BSD OP TIIK CHICAGO STniKE FINDS MHN' * * TiionoraiiLY ijcked * * 'II 'A' ;> > July 21.—KbllowlnsT the calling off of the teamsters' it * strike by the WJMM Joint coumll, the ntrlkers broke tanks ♦ * ti..i In -i wild stampede for work. * * In moil <•«■»•* the conditions Imposed by the employers. was * * Hag the union button. Of the 5.000 men who quit, probably * * not more than 1.&00 will 1.. taken buck within the nett few * * days. * The employers held a meeting and adopted rules to (rovem the ♦ * conduct of employe* whlrh will be one of the conditions on which ♦ * the striker* are to he taken back. * * v ■ The strike cost 21 live* m.OftO.OOO an.l 600 Injured In rioting. ♦ * '* *************** ***************** "I'm Happy For the Children" -mrs. Lilly I»y the time the Dollar rru*:nl« for mi,. benefit f the Ullys In through, the proponed M -sI-i-kk will have as ■MM very K-.tirmu* proportions. In addition to the snug little MM of motif v which ha* been tim In by ttM kli.!-!i.-,utr.| lii.li.ir clubbers, ftioiiKh ofrers for 'Unit and furnl t>lt.. Inn-.- birii in.ilc to fit out 11 il'i/.1l lll** An I Workman Lilly In happy. Llkr«li«> the five "kid*."* Ami m la the patient mother. In «li <•*<• «•>.■» now Khlni•» th(> light of tiii|>l<liii-H H for the firm time since the unfortunate huxbnnc] an kicked by .i home and sent to the h'ii>i'l(.il a rmi'i •!.■«« cripple. "I don't care about myaelf." aald Mi* IJlly the other day. |:iit I'm no hnppy to think that the little onon will not i"fr• ■ r any more." JOIN THE "DOLLAR CLUB ■ Do you want to Join the "DOLLAR" club, organized Id the name of a most worthy cause? If you do. fill out the accompanying hlank hnd send It to Th« Ptnr, pnclonliiK with ii ono dollar. This will entitle you to admission Into the "Dollar" club, which we believe will be a rousing big club when our readers realize the purpose for which It baa been formed. If your heart prompts you to rlvo more than one dollar, send as many dollars as you llko and you will bo credited with that many inrnilii rshl|is In tin' club. Send in your dollar now nnd help bring a little ray of sunshtna Into tii.. r.,t,. i.uv.itiM lives of the unfortunate Lilly family.. The namrg of those who Join the club will bo announced In Th« Star from day to day. ............ T.V. Z~ • . ' The "Dollar" Club^^ * '»"■"■ ; * * * Hum find enclosed OMB DOLLAR for membership In * * The Dollar Club * * SwjßSw^2Jl ' - *" " "~ ""'"^ '■■ M * This money to to Into thr fund to relieve tho great distrcwi I * oXthen.B.L..lTfaml.v. - * * Nam...... ..;. J-% * Name , ft * * * * * nuuino ............ ft * * '•.* *V* * * * ********** ¥ ♦ **»**»* * * ♦ * ¥.¥ ■j ( i-.N'IS PER MONTH Ttumlan «run* were captured. v- OOPEKIIAOEN. July 21.—A *!*. patch frnm Ht. 1 »«-t. rnlnirK states tlMt aflvl'pn from Manchuria saya Japnnese warship* win sli;bt«d ne.-ir Nlkulacvsks at the mouth of the Amur river. Many Inhabitant* of Nikola; vitks ami Vladivostok have fled to Kliabarovtk. ST PKTKRSnrrtn. July !!.—Th« Novoe Vi<-«:iyi a today uiaertn It In allrgod that !).■■ Japan'«« peace) cuo itltlons, forbidding the doubl«-track> Ing of the Siberian railroad, are ut terly unacceptable, being equivalent to the economic suicide of Russia. • PARIS. July 21.—M. Wltto. th« RusKlan peace envoy, arrived this afternoon, en routa to tha United. States. they have captured » pair cf clever "ripa." They will be charge*] as disorderly person* and run mil of the city. ft James Phillips and Jack Campbell will be charged with burglary by. Patrolman Westedt and City De tective Uynw-s. who found some of their loot In pawn shops and. aftec obtaining a descrlpUon of the two men who robbed a store at 214 Rail road, nabbed thera before, they, caught the boat for Everett. ; ***************** * *" * The ironboat fVnnlngton In a*' * member of th» "old na»y." */ * hartnK l«-n built in 1&88. Sh» * * U of 1,710 tone displarement, * * av»TiiK<" •peed 17 knot* an *• * hour. H*r borsepower Is 3.4 M. * * and wan built at a MM of $490,- * * 000. Her armament consist! ♦; * of til f.-lnch brc«cli loading * * rapid fire icuna. four 6 pound *- * er rapid flr«. two pounder *■ * rapid fir* and «*vera! amailer It * automatic and Ratline Kun«i. *■ * She la a sister ship of the to * Rtinboat Concord now at the ■# * Drcmerton nary yard. # * * ********** * * * * « * Will, aim pie statement |toe| straight to the heart of every mother and father. A -■>• ill irame at Ilecreattotl pnrk between court bouse etnployea —detail* of which are In this liuni* of the Ktar—will aim help to rwell the fund to help out the irafferlng lUU.m,n, nnd hll patient family. ' Ro 1 • If the rood work along ' Join with the Dollar clubb«r«^ you will be juit aa happy In th« Bxwd deed as the deservlnc f.iniila win it.. « « 111 I*( . Previously acknowledged $302.25 Alfred H:ilsi,-,i,1. La Conner, Wash 1.00 J. E. Henley, B»llard IN Star Friend, Fremont 1.00 \V. I siks 1.00 A. E. Atminil!>'in. Redmond.. I.OQ