Newspaper Page Text
MWPAT, JVNIC IS. 1»*«.
BRYAN Mir BE ' DEMO LEADER Nomination Seems Inevit able, Gardner Says lit 011-SON OARPNKK SAN PKAKCIHtXX June IS After all Wm. J. Bryan m»y be th« •aadtdats of the democratic conven tion. After I "aimer ban been eliinl- Bated and the dry* have killed oft fox. the nomination of Bryan inay become Inevitable l>oes Bryan want It? A few weeks ■ (to nobody wanted the democratic Domination. It »u the "yellow dog" jraar of the republicans. Any repub lican could ha elected and any dem ocrat would be defeated. U van toted and predestined. What have been called the dem booses were running around trying to pin the nomination on Homebody •—anybody, even Mitch 1 "aimer, and ail the regular fellers were climbing traci and running up alleys to get Away from It. But that was before the Chicago convention. When Hardin*'.* n«ml ballon waa reported to Kred Lynch, democratic bum of Minnesota, he burst into the familiar lines of the Twenty-Thlnl INalm 'Thou hast spread a table before me in the wll tfternesa, yea In the presence of mine •namy—theu annlnteat my head with •it My cup runneth over," et cetera And when he heard that there were all the making? of a third party In Chlcajro, with La Follette as candi dale, he concluded—"Surely goodness end merry shall follow me all the days of my life, and 1 shall dwell In the house of the Lord forever?" In other words the dents feel now tbat Uiey have got a real chance Some of them feel that the chance Is M rood that the man nominated be re la certain to be the next prcju tat And that's why the wild cat's wrlkl All of a' sudden nobody believes Wm. Olbba McAdoo when he says be Is not a candidate. All of a sud den Mitch I "aimer begins tuancrumble tor delegates. And all of a suddm W» J. Bryan looms as aa encore GIANT BEATS UP BOOZE SLEUTHS Den Tretnpler and L. E Evans «f Bremerton. Are reposing In the Port Orchard county )all Friday, while at their headquarter* In Heat tie Fedaral Prohibition Agent ard Regan etretche« hie Joint* gin gerly and hla° companion. 8 E Bunker, nareea a tender ooe* In oompany with a couple of tapoty aherlff* from Port Orchard, the two prohibition officer* went boo*e hosting on the promise* of Tremplar and Evana. They approached the place. Re Ban. who la a little man. knocked •pen the door, and aa It opened a Wee mite throat hta March warrant within Intending to follow in per Bo «. A leas arm appeared from with ta the room, a powerful hand de ■Mended, and Regan di»apue*red from hta companion*' vlew. # Then iWlowe4 * moat terrific potpourri uf Violent found* and language. The door locked, the three men without ran around to the hack and goccaedad In forcing an entrance. They found Ragan in firm embrace With a young giant who later tarried ant to be Tretnpler. Aa to what occurred nest, the record* are somewhat confuted, but at the and of the flr«t round Tretnpler waa *een to be handcuffed ■round a poet, whila Regan wa* trying to count how many rib* were cracked and Bunker wa* *ur prised to find bow large bla nr-*e guddenly felt. But Tretnpler. tfie mighty, wa* not yet conquered With a mighty heave he *napped hi* ehackle* and fled, taking refuge under a nearby honxe. from which ctronghold he wa* at laat extractad. Whether the method uaed by the amall boy after the ponum waa employed the racord sayeth not. Evan*, the officer* aay. triok no fart in the fraoa*. But. tike Ham peon of old. the are-ret of Trempler'* pep and brawn % now revealed. • They say they found a flask of Bremerton brew In hi* ponsemrton and evidence* of more about hi* dwelling place SEATTLE MAN IS HURT IN CRASH BUFFALO, N. Y.. June Flf teen persona were nertoiwly injured When a grandstand In the M roadway auditorium, crowded with people at tending fj>e 13th annual convention of Northern HapUata here today, col lapsed The Injured Include; Mr* Maud Northrop, McMlnn ▼Ule. Ore.. Internal Injurlea. Rev. C. J. Krlcknon. Seattle, Waeh . Injurlea unknown Mrs. Edwin Suirte, unknown ad tfreaa, internal Injurlea. • • • Rer. C. J. Krlrkaon, of Seattle and Injured In Buffalo. N. Y . Is not Muted in the B**attle directory. H«v. Edward W. Erickiion, of th*» Ha ren M**thodiiit church, la In the Eaut, but whether Of not h< wa* at Buf falo could not confirmed. CENTRALIA FIRE CHIEF BURNED -ENTRA UA. June 26—Fire Chief Tom Cunningham lost hla life In a fire here today which gutted the Hope block. Cunningham we* overcome by amok* after hia gas maek had been torn off. The chief was not mlaeed for aome time and only lived a few minute* after being taken from the building The /lfe cauaed a loaa of 13K.000, completely deatroylng the plant of U»e Oolden Krust liakerv and burn ing out the rear of the Chamber of Commerce auditorium and part of the fumitur* dlaplay r<x>mi of Ber lin * Co. very confidential tip came to I%l*t Bearing that a bootlegger wa* •hipping a package of whiaky to Yakima, disguised as hardware. The hardware waa traced arid Yakima sleuths pounced on it. It waa hard war*. FROM "17" TO "CLARENCE" Kuth Gordon, who plays thr role of Cora Wheeler, the fire fly nagging little sister in Booth Tarkington's comedy "Clarenct," irhieh uill be the attraction at the Metropolitan theatre for the next week starting Sunday, June t7, is off ttage Mrs. Gregory Kelly. Both she and her husband played for three seasons in Booth Tarkington's comedy "Seventeen." Miss Gordon pla\ring the original role of the "haby talk sister." Gregory Kelly, her husband, uill appear opposite her in one of thr leading roles hert * Beauties Raise $4OO for Scott Kiddies Seattle'* beauteou* who appeared In The Star benefit »how for tb« Scott Kiddie fund at l/vr"* Orphum theatre Wednwelny night were re ypooxihla. It wa* learned to day. for adding more than )400 to the fund. Ticket* were plnceri on sale at 17 •tore* and reetaurant* Not Incltid In* those eok) at Boldl'n rmtau rant*. &7S were rtiipowed of at theee place* Bold!'* Third ave. restau rant girl* mold all they had. but It will be Imponalble until tonight to learn how many were aold at the Second ave. placa. Eugene Ijmry. manager of the the atrc. eald only (37 of the sparial Beauty Show ticket* were taken In at the door. Indicating that many bought ticket* who did not attend I.evy aald the houne had a capacity audience. Following are the firm* and the amount* tbey derlt<Q from the eale AS IT SEEMS TOME DANA SLEETH ol*rb on I'lfn One) on Its own Initiative, aecure good r*»olltj|, and ship It bajf iu-r<mm the continent, and nave the day for huridred* of people who otherwiaa might h-sve «uy.d on the highway for a w«»k There evidently la good grmollne -»l»wl)«r»; there la evidently plenty of It 'lwwherii; but ai*o * there la no evidence of any attempt on %« part of thoee corporation* that have a monopoly of the oil market to public iwrvlc*. When Uncle ftam ha« to go Into court to ehake enough furl oil out of a private corporation to run hia navy with, meantime the private I'orporatlona diverting domeettc Kuppiiea to foreign market* In 10.- 000 000 gallon lota, when that time arrives. It would wm wlae to un dertake vine regulation of the oil huelnea*. Hut if Unci® Sam doean't do a better job next time than he did when he "eonf)t»er«-d" Standard Oil before, he had better refrain. Refutes to Let a Woman on Jury "It pant I* done,' Judge ." Fturb were the opening words of Art Kiley, man about town and ama teur lawyer, Friday morning, wh>n he faced trial In Ju*tlce Blinker's court on charge* of making threat* against Mr* Alma Holland, of the Northwest Candy Co. "I won't have any woman sitting on a Jury to try me," objected the wlf Inflicted attorney. Th» ca*e was postponed until July, whfn a Jury run be obtained which will prove Mat l*factory to Kiley. Went to Country, Nabbed by Cop Fred Soda<lui*t. Seattle carpenter, nought green field*, babbling brook* and ainalriK bird*, recently, that he might rent from the tired *train of the city » Fred, according to hie tc*tlmony Friday In Justice Otta W. Brlnker's court, found all these near the Coun try club. Hut when a county motor cycle oop found Fred he found him In po**e**lon of a partly filled flunk of moonnhlne Hoda'iulat wii originally charged driving a car while drunk. Juatlre Drinker withheld Judgment pending the pomible placement of more ncrloua charge* agalnat the de fendant Nome girl* marry for love, some for money, and all of them marry bucauae some silly man asks them to of ticket*. not Including Boldf* or threw iwtU by Mt*» Helen Curltelr at the thnatre door K later A Iternbaum t 1* 00 Frank J Mnyer* «... 100 Qmn Clear Store >0.(0 Fremont Drug Co. I.f>o Confectionery stor». tool IUI lard 100 Rube'* Cafe It £0 C'hauncey W right— Occidental ave. 14 SO Third ava. (0.00 Second ava. SO 00 704 Ilka 11 40 Metropolitan Oaf*— Fremont IS SO McDonald and Collier 21 00 Meve* Cafeteria 17 1.0 liartell Prug Co, Bnllnrd.... ! SO Ihaoad* Drug«'o.. Ballard ... 100 Out's I'nig S'or* t* 00 Uotdt*. Third ava. (Not reported) Total ." 1197 00 Aileen About Passes Away From Shock! BY All JIKN (I.AIItK •Contentment — what I* mntent merit T aa Shakeapeare or Irving Ileriin or W. J. 11l >an one* »ikl Yeaterday a wren that uaiu eat chocolate fudgn with ma at one of thexe dollar down and dollar « month and we make you a-perfect.lndy fin lahing arhoola arrived home from a trip around the world She aalled Into the office with a million dollar* worth of rag* on her Uaek and epoke nonchalantly of watching the eamela awing up alow ly from the pajiaea of Afghanistan and of drifting thru silver aeas In i a little inland a<'hooner off the coa*t of Java and of oozing over a llrie of private chutter with the Hultan j of Zulu and of dancing with offl- j cere of the I*. S. marines In I'ekln i and of drinking brandy and audita on the road to Man'lalay. She poured thia line Into my left auricle until 1 began to feel like Old Man Haerieker arid hia friend, Mr. Cook* Tourn. It went strong with me, | alway* wan fond of thl* travel! stuff, never having been further, from home than C'arnp I^ewla. And theh I hnalied over mv own drab day* In thl* den of Work and Worry, with nothing to do but hang around the county morgue and write up snappy account* of funeral* and) twat the brain* outa thla typewriter five hour* a day, and I almo*t wept with *elf pity at my horrible lot. "Oh, dear! Oh, dear!" I aaya to j thl* wren. 'Tretty soft for you. nothing to do but )nzr. over the world, having lunch on the bund at Shanghai and taking tiffin with Ti bet an Llama* on the, great wall of China. I„ook at me! A crippled *tep child, with enema has a better time than what I do!" Thl* dame give* me an a*tonl»hed ■tare. I "Don't try to discourage me, my dear," «he *ay*, klnda haught "My mind la mode up. I'm going to he a Journalist I think It is too ex citing for word*. And I'm *lck of all thl* traveling around. It's so tire some!" And there you are, fellow citizen enaes, there you ariV I # T IIE SEATTLE STAR HhrhetiK SHIPMENT OF FRUIT JUMPY White Potatoes Are Scarce Article While the movement of many frulta on the market parallel. the variation! In weather Iheae day*, pineapple* aeem to lie unaffected tijr atich atinnapherlc aritl<-a They gu fmly at 10 cent* a pound. Whit* apud* and mlilwure arc re ported aomewhat mtrn on tha alreet Friday morning Mutter dealer* look toward a rife In that commodity hefore lone. The market artnia to be atlffanlnc dally. Local Markets r, i .. a T Piliaa NM WMaala Healan | far Yegtetaftklea aad Snail te|wragtaa Waahlnglon ■ .... IIS II Itoerte .110 M i ehbage tl^ f'arvwia -Tor aa< k lit Caaabaa - Per • rate 4 14 Caallflewar l'*>r doaen 114 t «4»rf- • I .oral, per doa • t Tl taraarwbera lluthouae, per d«»t IMf 1 H K|| Plaal Pee lb II harlle Per lb 41 • «ra»e« Ikaii Per lb It# It (•ream peea al tiradua .11 • • a HH alrweaa Peypara Per Ik t* latlwe t.<«.i I ll#t 71 <>ai«aa H»d Par lb IIH Yellow II Paiataaa—Per I®a— K W ■ ah Netted Oafna ll* tt New f*al (larnet l\% White a H Rkabaeb Per Tb tl# 04 "plaark Local 1•• laaialaaa fmp«rl«| Valley, rrata 110 bothouaa • *t TM9O-COL MM j rsini Val*era WaahTnrtSk .••••••..I tt#4 It \prW«t» - Per rraa 100 llaaaaaa Pee Ik IIH (aataloopea Standarda 4Tl#lOa Plata I 00 (Vrrlw^ 1 Horal Anna H lung tl# It Klerk Tartar-an .H H«ntine| a a • a a e tt Daiaa Per kag fl» tiea. afraeHea tt <arapa I rmH —Plortda a a • tt Cal llt#4te Hapey Cww»k. per evata T.lt#l It lm«ta Parki .a... Itt Saageee P»r doa •Ot a»ra—la Per ceae ~»o «• ai.tt#l Tl I Pea«llea California.*a«« • to riawpili 10 Ploaate Cnllfornie Itt ■Mrnwberrtea Marehnll Ill#llt Clerk Heedllng 4 71 1 Oeago* 400 Salrrw*laaa Pee Ik 4H# •» I* f Patiaa Paid nl VTkaleaala a " e ' \li».a«. I'M n> It »llk«n« l»r It •• HaJ.nU .ll r>«aai» vir,ini» K.yatcMk ft. ■>* JlparM*. per lb .11 r»raa»-far Ik .4* '' daibt raonn-rt f nma M 4 la aiua>»»a I MaiwWat M mrtfilf tr—h - .41 e II Mltk -~r«r r«t *»• a ■ -a DAiav rwiium _ niaa ratal Wb»W«ala Uialwa .—■- a ' ' I ! Beim lACtI ereamery. eubae. .tl j U<al er •ameef. bnrke .tl Rgge Prenb 41 PuTleta . a* .11 flareae Or frtplata a ll# H Wltrrumdn eream brick .a.aaa l.lmt'Urger ...... .a .aa .a .41 Yoting America II H-ock piwtaa . II Waek trlpletg tl # II f- -f POIXT®T ( | Prima Paid by Wk.laanla Ikalan la lllpom • I Hark e •• Meaaw fader 1 Iba ....» .11 I'nder 4 Iba 11 I 4 Tha aad up : 1 Heo||een 1H R>a op a. * We wet era .11 i fliaaa Drlglaa Haiti Lien, aae ». •• % .If if ron-rar Mm rail WkalMalan , a * IMrto- Fraw. «» I »ra»p«l II Inllßa I irraa.il **• 14 ' Hn.- HrM..< jj Trtaii tli.aaall 4* ¥ NKAT —a Mm ahtppaw I -<~holr« ilaht. par I» »e 14 \ rml Tmncf . Medium ll# !• qaalallaaa al taakyaMa || «»i»e» i 4 Medium to rhoten .14 lo#lllt Rough h*aey 11 71011 71 Pig a noon II It f attln— lk«( ateera .. # ll Tl#tttl Madlum »o rholra I 0 ot4|ll 01 C>»mmon ta good 7 40#lttt ftr-at rowa and helfrre .... t 71# ie Tl nuiio i.o® cnl v ee ? 10 # 14 04 *h*rp— Prime erring lambe 17 t®#H M Yearllnga I ot»tS * to i Weihera ? ® A # *°® [art ll®# T iiay. quarw v l * rrrn f Whol~*la frirm Pw !•§, C4tf rrtaa | 4 * llarlfi Bollfd Tt •• Clipped . •..• JI.M <>»!• Rolled 13 oo Whol« »0 00 Corn -Whala IT 04 rwk**i Clipped •« 0® Chop .11 00 (•rouml B*>b« ........1100 Mll» JHalaa T? 00 Mill run *1 »• Alfalfa «* oo Alfalfa Mml «* 00 Mrmfrh I'Md 11.00 Wh<-*t •* NlfOW 20 00 < hlrk l«M»d 10 00 I »pr« 00 ( of ton Hr«-«| Wml . 17.00 t|»h Ma«il flrlU 20 00 I lw«rrd Mml 14 «0 I' ll I'rodnrer *. m oo •i<«( Mid iWißft 112 00 Hrrap* , #..H"f»O Hbrll Mmi) 00 Ojftftr . ...10 00 *«> »Wwn Mr«l 17 00 IH n Hioua iMftvna * nlinaii «lo« k 7 I a m flatly (#i>-rpt MomUy). Hmi- ■ daya 1 a m., railing at all Han Juan ■ la I and point* and arriving Hailing- ■ ham 1:41 p m ■ Calla at Rlrhardaon, Friday Vlar ■ hnr. Anarortaa aach day W#at ■ Hound. Orcaa. Tueaday. Thursday, ■ Haturday; Kaat Hound. Olga, Wad- H __ "ftwriny, Friday. Knnday B ——a | Status of the New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK. June It.—Prlcan were If regular At the opening of the N»w York Ht«»< k egrhenge Mey Prlatf were: Hln • rlalr at II M. «• ff % haldwin taommotlee »t 111 <4. off Hi I 'fillt* <f Mtalra M1»#I At • IS. UP M. 'ru Ml. Steel || |||M. Up I, M«ilr«n Petroleum at 171 M. up I. fan Amerlran at 10j\ up '4; Corn Prod tut e at HI4, up % . It*thleh«m Steal "It" at ItH, iwr|iari|«'t > Mtudebaker at Tl, urn hanged, Mouth*in Parlfu- at 11, off ' ana< 11*1. I'a < Jflc at Ills tff Mi VMUilttm II II , unchanged. Aral Motors at HM. up M. Crucible g<>( above 110 In the late after noun lleeW.il ami Marker wee run up to TIM ant) then dropped I.alow 71. S««»el 4-4) m in on eold at II M and ItepubUc got up to »lk The market rloaed firm. £ Foreign Exchange | NKW TOHK. June II Foreign ei rhauga waa et»ady today at the open ing ttamaml eterllng opened at |1 un< hanged . fraiu e. demand at It 014*, up I eantlmee lire, demand at II lie, up 1 retitlmae. dollars. IT 7le. mark a. tlnnand at I Tta. up fa ••u'tima. a a New York Coffee and 1 Sugar Quotations NKW Y"HK, Jone |l Oaffea-~tf<k T Itlo. 14 M« per lb, No. I Aantoa, )2\tl SI Ho per Ik. Sugar Ontrlfugal. tl lie per lb. grea- Ulatrd. HO lie per lb. a « f Chicago Grain Market I a a rNJCA'IO. June 11. Trading on tha CMi ago H«>ard of Trade today waa ir regular, < onfiirtlng rumore on rep4>rtea| aettletuent of demande of rallfmd work era reuaing flurtuatlona near tha rloae July com op*ri4»d at |1 71. down %<, and « ioeed ai || «% Ittl la' Sep tamber op«ned d"wn S% r at 9117% and c» >a»d «»p S< et II 47 S l>arwmbar rorn at |1 11. opened down Ie and eloead llftMS at |1 It July oa<a ware Me loeaer. epanln# et II 11S. and rloaed at II 01. up S%r. September oete unrhanged at tke opening of llSrloaed anrhanged; Peawniher oate apenad uar hanged al It Me aad elvaed d< wet at lOMe. Provtalone rloaed higher. Portland Market Report «'.!>. J una 11 Auttar -41. p. r Ik Prsa- I7#«4r par don. Ilrne IIQU per lb. broiler. llolC per lb Chreea Trlpleta. ll#He par IM [ Statu* of Frisco Market | k- a SAN PHANCmCO, June Batraa. llr per a Kgl* Kitraa 47 Me p't dog; dlrtlea, 14 M r <loa eatra pulleta. «0r per doa. nndereiaed pullete. II Mr per d'>a Cheeaa Cnllforntn Hate, fan-y, 11 Me per Ik. flrnta. He par lp Afternoon Tennia Matchea Poatponed rtaraoaa of tha tnrlamant waathrr. matrhaa arh«4ula<t In Tha Htar'a tan nla tournay for Friday aftarnoon hava b»<-n o*ni-«la<t. Matrhaa blllad for t o'clock and latar arrra to b. playad. wvalhar |«rmlttlna. Playara ahould report unlaaa ha<a\-y rmln la falllnc. aa tha courta ar« In good condition and matchna will ba playrd unlraa rain la falling. i At. < I.\IIK waa found aullly of rrand larceny Krtday by a Jury In Jud«e Kiiib Dykeman'a department after belna out all nUrht. Clark waa accu.cl of ateallna a 11 :.0 dreaia from the flrlffln Hpa>claHy Hhop on May 1. Clark will be aentenced later. lOATS HAVE COLXAN DOCK f. I. II A. H.. |. 1. I. 7. I P. M. ICVKHY DAT. Tke beef ggi a eleagrat map In ga. I Going East? TravM through th» wonderful CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES To All Mlddl* Wrxt and Knjtern Destination* In CANADA AND THK CMTKD STATES /' A FOUR TRANS-CONTINENTAL TRAINS DAILY Canadian Pacific Ry. SCENERY! SPEED I SERVICE! K. K. U RTt'UDKK. CJereraJ Agent, Paaaenger Dept. *Ol Second Avenue, B<>aUl* rhone Main 65** | ——————^l I San Juai* Islands a H SUNDAY, June 27 H HH A trip famouK throughout the land I EM for its picturesque, inspiring scenery I B3j ;tnd f\ rj aspects. I Stops will be mn<l» at Klchardnon, Friday liar- I I HH Imr. i;.int Sound, Olfta, Anaoortes and Melting- g I ,ißm A i H| gS. S. SIOUX JZ)ZV HU r lAm IB Kelurn* at 10 p. M Vrtcfl " ■B ii ■ ■ i I. ■ V» ■ BtTY YOt'R TICKKTS TODAY Dairy Uiiih Htnnl on Uoai ■ P!UGET SOUNDNA/IG/010NCO | MAIN 3993 COLMANPOCK,, BANK lI.KAKIMaM . rtfiiin Clearings ai.270.1MW.50 llalanoe s 1.1:11.58! JI4 Hpoluuw Clearlnga 1.171.111 0O liulo.li> <-a 733,'J&7 00 Portland <-|wlnita 4.511 21* 01 ltaJan<»* 1.232.414.41) Tuomt Clearings .... ..... 114.541.00 llaUno-s ..... ..... 45.66000 Public Markets | M » mil riaAf ft ft all IT, fine granulated iu|ir, I Tha I In, 4 The |l 00 fttall 4. taJI ran Carna tion milk, He. Stall 71 pure freeh milk, lie qt Stall 11. enlmon trout, He IT* . red ennpper. Sir lb , hnllbut. lOr tb . eait herring I for Ik Ktell 11. I Tba rolled onto, 2fce Stall 11. H«>rdan a milk, 1 ©ai.s lie; I U*/e Ivorr eoap. He. cosms man 11. King aalmon Hr Ik ; halibut I ' g rod. I The It eaapper, t Tbe. He; ahad. He lb ; aalmon tfoUl. He lb Mali lot. fr*eh ranrh egga, llr dot. I tall cane milk, II r; full rraam climm, He ft.; i*|hby a rateup 1 MtlN I lHk I -«ar . i- ' * and beau a, lie. woNomr Stalla rr 11. l-lh rin M I T* orrffoa |7 41; I Tha Mlem head rlre. ||i»; 4 Tha email white Nana. He 1 eene llooth a aardtnea. llr. ||r bottle I>el Monte catena, lt< Htali It. t'hinook eelmog. lie lb ; >«>ung aalmen He lb.; ling r«»d, I Tba l%r. emelte. :te Tb Stall 17, tail rka < a/nation milk, 11a MNITISY Walla 11.11. aalt herring. II Tb* Tie; fllat of e4*le. He lb . alitor aalmon. He l»> Stalla H 11, haat butter, tlr Tb ; I'nmtca nut margarine, lit Th . | Ibe II It. I lha M J H coffee. |1 R0 Stalla 17-1 corned beef, tc Tb pure lard I The lie. Polling Peat, lie lb , pot roa*4, 13 Me tb. WWTUKI Stall HI. lew potatoes. I Tba He; grapa fruit. I foe Ik. Ptall 11. dried onlona. I Iba. He. SbaJla 4-1. freak ground hon» far rhirkena Htnlla II*IT. CtfMllat milk. 1144 rua. I t.are OfUll While ;4> , OtlUtfl'l ehtraltl« Hr Tb mall ||t, Upton a tan. 71c Tb ; Cltr*ia waaking powder. |7e pkg Van '"amp a pork aaad Mane. 17c. Stalla t-H. v«aJ r«aai lie Tb lamb rkope He lb ; leg f lamb. lo<* lb Stall 111, I Ihe una auger. «*« . He eta Maine corn. tSaj < •;» .»«h eaure, ;lc Hlall 117. 4 IT»a. Tektnia Neoa. Hr, ginger enapa. He lb , I bara I'aJui Ull«a eoap. Ha | Denver Market Status ! e a lir.svrn. June H —Cattle —flecelpta. 700 bend. markrt etendy Hteera. I lit# 111, rowa and hetfrre, 17 4*l I etockere and feodera. 17 #t. mleaa. Htyll. 1«oga- Itareipta. HO head. market la ateady Top, 111 71. bulk of galea. 11l H •11 tt. Ihwip Reretpta I Itt ha>nl. market la etendy lamba. 11l #ll a wee. HgL Urges Trade With Philippine Port Efflrlant organization of Ajnart cma ahlppinc In tha Fir Ka»t to m«t foralrn competition, and tha catab- Itahmrnt of Manila aa th« American port In tha Orient, war* ur*<*l aa vital In aalilnt tba paMnibllitlea openad to America In tha Kaat. by J. J. Raffrrty. a«ent of Iha bureau of commerce and Indua try In the I'hlllpplna lalanda, at a luncheon Klvcn at the Hutler hotel yeaiterday by the foreign trade bti reaau of the Chamber of Commerce and commercial club. $31,548,777 la Income for Southern Pacific • NEW TORK. June M—Tha an nual report of tha Routhara Pacific for tha year Hit. )u»t made public, ahowa a net Income of ai1.64(1.77T. equal to tto 4S a ahare on 1102.024.- MS capital Block, ajrainat |2t.aB4.>lt. or aio.lt on !274,&52,!4i atoak In ltlt. . AiraJnet a niaranteed rental of 141.244.440 from the government, the operating expenaea aKow a net In come of 141.110,204, or a loaaa for the Kovernment of a 4.114.161 In ltlt, aa itffiOnat a pra>flt of a7.751.t14 In ltlt. Tidea in Seattle FRIDAY BATTRDAT H'NI M Jt'NR 14 Wet If l|h Tide ITnl law Tlda tilt am. 11 If t « II a. m.. La IV yvat U» Tlda ilvat Mich Tlda T .<» V LT I L] D nu 1.l n Ml«t» Ttda» I •! p m . »fc ft •wsaaid law Tlda Nirwad Ua Tlda 111 p m. II ft T ll> y. an. II ft. f Seattle Arrirala and 7 I Departures # ) Af^vad Jan* tl—ftr Deoal from ltefce and Ta- Wohmnn at t II a. m . atr 'Alameda frt»m M<#uth«*atem via fl«u'haa«t*m Alaeka at T.ll a m atr Oov*ntnr from Han Pariro via Man and Vlcterla. B ci. at It a ni. June 24 Htr from Portland at I «fc p m. . a«r Amur towing bye Henry Vlllare froiu Anyoa. B C., at 1111 a. m. Mailed Jane 14 Utr Amur for Van**otiver. H r% . It I II p n» . atr Admiral lM»wey for Maa I>U«o via Han Pranrlaro at noon; ■tr for Nome and ML Mlf:Ua«l via I'upont at it It a m. Vetsela in Port at | _ Seattle Today Mailth Cave Ura»|naJ~Mir Olty of Spo kane Oraat Northern pter—ltr faablmi Mara. atr Toyohauihl Maru Hmlth rave aachora#e—Bfa Uaaiy Tu la rd. Ptar 14 Ity 11 ton Pier IS Mtr liaryan. American ''an "arapany Utr Alameda. Plar I-Mtr C*ellyht Pier t Htr J»ff«ra<>n. Paelfic Coaat bunktra— U B U ■. Swift aura. Pacific Caeet Knffleeerlaf warka—#u Kaetem Mailer. Mblnner A Bddy yarda- Utr Pred Patter Uuthio rarde-Mtr Kaatera Importer, atr Dtahlo. T.aat Waterway terminal—Htr Deoal Tadd'a drydorh- Htr Waal leoa Puget Hound llrldye A L>r*Jfin# work# U. M M. Pa Hereon. Htaadarti dollar work*- Sir H. a I>ea- Jey. Lake Ualaa—lV alia Haeoaalmle. Prat tea. Endjrmion. Port 4a<kaaa. Ad dieon. Huucbton, l>uw earn aat. hovme villa, Alienharat. Abllla. Adria. «a prana, Kinetra. Oelwlo. Abydoe. Arca demia. Acaderitla. Pemta, liiack Wolf. Bkhiaad. Haatiae, Itlanford. A#ron. Anthoa. Port Harrieen. Part Mtaawla. Imufka. Kltoa. lx»oti, ixaae. Ufaan, .Caaiao. Clneyraa. Catdia. Kliaaa. a.kra Henry Wilaan. Malvator. Allca. Aanee yarda- Htr ItoueeveJt. Htream Mrhr Mlaatind Humane mtll--Mtr Lake Flyaaa, atr Oat tena. Jleffernan drydork- Htr Kllbert. Fake Detective Is Fined and Jailed King m Jackson, 24, plead <] guil- Iftoi r h»r»:* ot petty larceny before Justice Otla W. Brlnker Friday morn in*, and «u fined (100 or 104 day* In the county jaJI. lietectjve A. A. Brown It-stifled Jackson rrpreaentcd hLmaelf to be a police officer to M Kndo, Jap second hand dealer, and. flaahlng a had**, obtained a suit, overcoat and shoos on June It. Cider Wat a Bit Too Hard "1 ten It for tweet cidar." M Waianaba. proprietor of a aoft drtnk place at I»23Vfe Wesllake >vl, told Judce Gordon "lf» 22« per cent bard." Officer Bow»n 'eetlflrd ~y*y 176." the court ordered. CMar the Kaxtiah Law,~tf • win dow baa race! red light free from obstruction for 20 year*. It become* an "ancient light," and no building mar be erected which will obec-ur* It. HOOD CANAL EXCURSION SUNDAY JUNE 27 Steamer leaves Colman Dock at 9:00 A. M. Arrives back 9:30 P. M. A miniature Alaska trip. Entire trip along the Canal in daylight. Snow-capped mountains and the blue bays and inlets of the Pacific. Take this trip and you'll not long for for eign travel. It is the Swiss Alps at home; the islands and bays of the Mediterranean on your own stores. ROUND TRIP $2.00 Children 5 to 12 years, Half Fare Lunches State' Served rooms Get Your Tickets Early PUGET SOUND NAVIGATION COMPANY Colman Dock y.i. g9M PAGE 23 PUGET SOUND ! STEAMERS ] ALL LOCAL ROUTES trncAMitM ijura no* couux dock, root or iiakjom frHR l«in AnH» •mum luMi a c- rm r 111 W iKriM • aai Dw, far! l:IIM "><4- T*vkmo4. An«atas| J '»T »I*M an 4 Ttolart*. j 4wlr *rv>M »»t *• thrj •t—t* t* Virions a* frtfl kus4aj> llMTlnc Kmiii MiarJ <«> mrkL | y» mm I «1./r W.•».!««•"* f„ 11 IHm «»mi llrart It 99pm 1 Hpm h««ra. 4*« | |||a I Mfn alnfla trl», II IWMrt I >***• • Mpmltrt*. f-fSS f »*rm( •-••pai • »*»"> >4 uta '_•«» I *»nr r*H T.wl %■!,! I I Mam Wi.tl.rl i., tmrl |M| »»•»*> [Pari Tmianiil 4!rarl.! 14M|4a at Tfinwll *- M f Eh rati M»«a for all 1 »«• mi OtfiilJ I nnll pr «n.ts« k - m 4-as& te'ir larmotim «m B«i I tejt* ■n«rti*na ft'Hiil. Nft Amgmim al * War Fnta II M IMaMMTVriIM.' M t'lllM aJ4a*kllPnn t»wmhil, Pun WHMama u>4 Port Ja |D.Hlil— «■ Mm. hr« 4. *«4 m - ~ ruiiw *"* 4»llf IKinrMra. 'cTa^a% h[! Mir rvrf" 11. ■*l •W. ••■dMk.t M«4l* ' •iir'f tr 1 * ( I «r. Twnn4.| laaiu u4 Ha4-f T i»r-ii n.r» | , In. Mu4i ~ T rtiirKtr. tUaai. #«n» paint* u ik* Baal " ~ 7 Uoaa Mia4a *« I *»r.«*rl I I*4 ami -* j Mlk-M Bar M 4 """""t (Bjj|ji __ Biß g| Hardey' | and I Tbnra f I Hm4 r M it -mi j • fn ft*e*h*e«rKJa«viaa T mfij -W.VI 1 Pndayj J CTrriwow ft !• 'V intenrtaa af tke OawpHMT la rae • prle*4 t* Wn| '"ana* e-indav d urine mHMV W»tfii the dally pa#*** fey uißo«nf«intai(A Pointe •• in Mat ImUmi r+im+rgT* fnr thm autdSir Mhn bMt tindlnf point* ami aaaba j their »«a arratramnita far Im||m •»< MW»# all rlak an 4 ttaMHlrfe | •wekln* laadla*. niifl HMtarar rate daw sat Mala lm | rbarfaa ■aftua liability to matted to wmh> 'ne apparel. Nat ta esaaad lIN far wfcoia iifkti 1M »ai>li allaaal ftfi Ht#aaa*ra and eehodalee en b fee* n 'hanr* wtthaat aatlaa nuiH catvad dally for afl petata rasaapdm Ta«aa>a> aaaaad Is afcata a all a data. Tlrtali atial be parrhaaed at HaM affa* Oyaa fram 110 a. m. ta ttiH mMnli^l rvowr term v a tula now eat LOWEST RATES CALIFORNIA SAN rRANCISCO . los akqeljbß ronrn FRKQI.TCNT BAIUNCW •to. OMIs. Jm • ■rCORMirK LUIS IN Cilery »«. I