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SEATTLE TRUNK FACTORY
Manufacturers and dealers In ,
Trunks, Suit Cases and Satchels
Trunks Made to prder and Repaired
'JI7 Second Ave; SEATTLE WASH
H TUIHD AND COLUIIIIU 'PHONIC Haiti 13 1
BONNY & WATSON CO
( HJCCKoetHtS TO )
BONNY & STEVART
KHHAL blltr.CTOKS AND KMBALMKR8
Lady Assistant Al- CMtfu Wah
way a In Attendance. wwtllie, VrdMl.
I'honi'n: Independent 2T.ll; Bunset Main 025
Seattle Ice Cream Co.
Manufacturers of Pure Ice Cream
and Dealers in Sweet Cream
554 first Street
! EVERETT WASH
ritate Licence Ko. :. Lady .Militant
JOHN F. JERREAD
Undertaker and Embalmer
Pay and Night Helce
'JUKI Broadway Telephone Main 230
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RUSSELL - MILLER
Jamestown, N. Dak.
THE SEILER CO.
( MID Vf CAfiTAL 115,000.
Abstracts, Collections, Insurance,
Loans and Real Estate.
Investments made and all business of
nonresidents given most careful atten
tion. Inferences cheerfully furnished.
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ket. Wo serve tlio traveling
public nt rcupounble prices.
114 and 110 WW Superior
Opposite Union Depot. The best
equipped laundry in the city.
WALLA WALLA WASH :
r W. COOKKKLY.
General Funeral Furnisher.
KmbalmhiB a Specialty. IlaU-ock'a Brick
Block, 7f Klrt St. Telephone illack 891.
WALLA WALLA. WASH.
The Idle Hour
TEL. MAIN IS-4
Fresh Crawfish Received Daily
from the famous Quelle of Portland
16 North Fourth Street
WALLA WALLA, WASH.
r NORTH YAKIMA :
II. Q. WEIN8TEI.V COMPANY.
North Yakima, Wash,
THE LITTLE COQUJTTi.
Hew She Hafaaed tfea Hequeat of Kern
paror William 1. for Flowers.
During1 one of his visits to Wies
baden, the aged monarch Emperor
William I. wus seated one day beside
his adjutant on a bench In the shade
of the magnificent trees that beautify
Berlin's handsome promenade on the
Wllhemstraase. The crowd of curious
ongaiers, that always follows lu th
wake of royalty when -opportunity of
fers, pressed as near as permissible.
One of the number, on account of her
tender years more daring thau her el
ders, broke from her nurse's grasp
and approached the august presence.
She was a beautiful child of four
years, and charming to look upon In
her well-made, becoming costume, her
long fair hair veiling her shoulders,
and a looso bunch of red roses In her
hand. She was on the way to tho
railway station and the flowers were
for a good'by offering to a friend who
was about to leave the city. On tho
way to. the station she had heard tho
word passed along, "The Emperor! the
Emperor!" and being a very young
miss whose homo was In a country
where they do not have .kings, sho
stopped and gar.ed Inquisitively at tho
The old sovereign smiled benignly
at the child and extended bis hand
toward her. "Will you give me your
roses, little girl?" said he.
"No, sir," responded tho tiny maiden,
but she took the flowers In her left
hand and held them behind her as sho
walked forward and placed her right
hand of the Emperor's outstretched
"Not tills hnnd," said he, smiling.
"The other one."
She changed her bouquet to her
right hand and gave him the left
"No, the other," repeated the Em
peror. She transferred tho flowers to tho
left hnnd and reached out her right.
The request was mado a third nnd a
fourth time, and Btlll she maneuvered
with the bouquet. The nurse, who had
observed this pantomime at n respect
ful dlstanco, now came forward and
enlrt abidingly: "Please glvo his Maj
esty the roses, Helen."
"No!" replied her young charge, with
"Will you not give me your roses?"
Inquired tho adjutant.lu a persuaslvo
"Yes," answered the lltlo girl, frank
ly, as she placed the bouquet In his
llotti tho Emperor and his adjutant
laughed heartily. "Sho evidently pre
fers you to mo," said the former, with
a smile. Then the kind-hearted aid
Emperor drew the child to him and
gave her a kiss, and the nurse led
her away. St Nicholas.
BRILLIANT BRAHMAN WOMEN.
Their QnlcknsM of Perception Mukea
Intellectual Attainment Kaajr.
The Hrahmans have always formed
a horodltnry aristocracy of culture and
learning, and tho Ilrahmun women In
herit great natural lntultlvo Intelli
gence and quickness of perception
that make Intellectual attainment very
easy when they chooso to leave tho
making of halwa and turn their atten
tion in that direction.
At Ahmedabad I had tho pleasure of
meeting two of tho threo Gugrntl
women, says Edmund Hussell In the
Twentieth Century Home, who have
recently taken II. A. at tho Unlvorslty
of liombay without leaving thnlr
homes Mrs. Vldeya lUmnnbhal Nil
konth and Mrs. Kharad Samant
Mehta. They are nrahmcu women of
the highest or Naga caste. They have
kept all their grace and charm with
their attainments, and It Is to be hoped
that such as these will shape the "new
Mrs. Vldeya Itamaubhal Is tho
head of a large family and was warm
ly aided by her husband. Indeed, I
did not see any case of a husband's
standing In the way of a wife's prog
ress, if she showed exceptional talent.
Mrs. Shared Hamsnt Is only 10. Roth
women, who were first educated In tho
Guzerat College, took up logic and
moral philosophy as their voluntary
subjects. Mrs. Mehta has recently
opened a prlvato homo class for Hin
doo girls and grown-up women, wheru
thoy are taught free of charge.
Miss Kapndl.t, also of Ahmedahnd
tho tity of beautiful ruins a youmj
Pantee girl, has not only qualified ai
physician In the Dublin university,
hut In addition won a fellowship of
tho Royal College of Physicians,
There are many others. Of courso
the most "written up" aro thoso who
have been educated In English and
have carried oft European honors. Hut
thero aro many of great attainment in
their own vernaculars. lieugall women !
have long been known for their cul
ture and attainment. ,
Baba Ulianitl wan onco asked If
there aro any women's clubs In India.
lie shook his hciul, then his dark eyes
twinkled under his orange turban as
he said: "Vim, back of each house,
In the, center of every village, there Is
a large tank where every morning th
Indian women go to bathe and sic
round and talk. Wo call It gossip.
You might call It a woman's club,"
Itut Indian women are by no means
the little caged birds without charac
ter or senso that reformers would
make them out Of course their
charms are enhanced by the mystery
In which they live and they know It.
They do not desire dash and effect, but
know Just the same how to make the
most of themselves, and though one
sees nothing one sees all.
Some men were born about a hun
dred years too soon to tult their neigh
bors. Nothing beats a good wife exceDt a '
bad husband. I
NK OK THE BKSr BALOOKS IN LIVINO-
Kino brand of all kinds of liquors.
WholrMlo dealer in Joi. Schlltz Droning Oo's
Milwaukee Lager liver,
UNION MEAT MARKET.
A. C.HASELER, Prop
FRESH AND IT MEATS
Gamo and I'lsh In Season,
Livingston, ----- Montana.
MALU AND PUMALU.
Can furnish employment to all clasita
of labor. Terms reasonable.
Real Estntc, Loans
C, 0, KROHNE, Agent,
Ofllco Opposite t'ostoltlce, Livingston, Montana
F. B. TOLHURST
for the Tourist
A full II no ol lino bakery nnd confec
t'oimry goods nlwuys on hand, nleo ice
cream and Ices, Private cars nnd spec
ial orders given prompt attention.
114 ti. Mirtll Street. Tululionu 33 A.
Traveling inetiH' work specialty. Do
mestic or high gloss finish.
Work done on short notice. 1 15 N Park
St., opposite tho N. P. Depot.
, TELEPHONE 40 F.
Patent medicines, Ci
gars, Toilet Articles,
Finest Soda Fountain
on the N. P. Railway.
Opposite the Depot
Ilrowed from tho famous Gallatin
Valley liar ley and choicest Hops.
PARK BOTTLING WORKS Agents
At UVINOSTON, MOHT.
: COUNCIL BLUFFS
S. T. McATEE
Fancy; Groceries, Eakery
Goods and Meats
Supplies for Dining: and Private
Cars' Given Special Attention o o
220 32 MainSt. 229-31 Ptarl St.
Council Bluffs Iowa
COLFAX WASH :
Interior Warehouse Co.
BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.,
Both 0. R, & N, and N. P. roads,
All Kinds of Grain Bought and Sold.
A. M. SCOTT. General Acent.
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'! TACOMA :
M1IIK 1'AClFIO LlqUOIt AND WINK HOUSE.
N. KEUTEIt, Proprietor.
The bcttof Wines, Liquors ami OluaM.
rnniii) irnuu n sputum?.
Tel. Ited 1731.
Ifrti Kaclflc Ave.
!foS Commerce St. Tacoma, Washington
ONTY'ti T1IIH8T HTOllK
Itcrlln IlulldtiiK. 113 South 11th Bt.
Tclophuuo, Main 191.
K. J. MOONKY. Proprietor
Telephone James 3121
Wines, Liquors & Cigars
Kooms In Connection
WHEN IN TACOMA
Call at Ihe OXFORD CLUB
For a nice cool glass of beer or a drink
of whisky direct from the distillery
HANS O. QUAM, Mgr. 1113 Pacific Ave.
I'.T. McOLOIN, Proprietor
Telephone Main 1M
DSTABLISHBD BGPOKD TMH WAR
Imported and Domestic Wines,
Liquors antl Cigars
1W1 Jellenou Avenue, Corner Pacific
North Pacific Oyster Co
We are the largest producers of
the Pug-et Sound Oyster in the
state and it is our aim to furn
ish them to the local as well
as the foreign trade in the best
possible condition. We are also
orenared to supply the retail
trade with all kinds of Fish,
Crabs, Lobsters, Frogs Legs, etc
760 So. C Street Phone James 3141
McLean. McMillan & Co.
Proprietors Laurel Brand
Butter, Flour, Catsup, Spices, Etc.
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
7ft3C8treet "0201 Commerce Street
Cascade Steam Laundry
Newly Fitted and One of the Heat
Laundries In the Northwest.
1.W.M1 O Street
i:tI0-I2 Coniinorclnl Btrcct
Telephone MMu 'SM
IIKNHY LONGSTUKTII, IVoh. JOHN It. AUKLHY, Keo. and Tronii.
Tacoma Land and Improvement Co.
Write for copy of liundsmiio illuHtruted liooklot on Tncomn, JuhI IhHucd.
1. R. MANNINO, lrun. A. T. HOHMRR, Hoo'y
U. R. MAPMINIINa & CO., Inc.
Real llutato I.ouns and Investments, City and Farm Property. Timber and
Coal Lands. First-
I OGDEN UTAH :
C. W. CUIUIS, I'rop.
Work Turned Out on Short Order
Phone 1U7 W iith b.
H'H-i'.th HI., Ilonly HlooW Telephone 101'J
DEPOT DRUG STORE
J. K, t'AVr, irofirlctor.
A FULL LINE OF DRUGS AND CIGARS
I'lthJ-CUIITIONri A hl'Kt IALTV
ALLEN TRANSFER CO.
ALBEfM LLtf, Proprlitor.
Calm, Huh, DrayK, lljiggago Wilson ,
We move hhIoh, plauoH, orgaiiH, ollico
1 -nltxire, etc. Oeiicral transfer biiHl
neFH and furnltiiro vann.
HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS
TeTrphono No. 22. Oflice, 412 Twen
10 No. 22. Oflice,
Special Agency Vandyke $3 00 Hat
Monarch and Cluett Shirts.
1119 Pacific Ave.
I..8KKDO A. CmUSTOPKIMJON
Phone Illack K)77
OIRISTOrCRSON A SCCDO. Prop.
BEST BRANDS OF
Imported and Domestic Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
The Celebrated Olympla Beer on DrautM.
1405 Pacific Avenue TACOMA, WASH.
Kentucky Liquor Co.
Incorporated. Phme Main 118.
WHOLKBALK DEAI.KK8 IN
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
1130 Poclfic Avenue
1131 Commerce Street
Puget Sound Electric Railway
Invo Taootna 0:00, 7:10, 8:10, 0:15
(Ltd., uoHtotm) 10:10. 11:10 am, 111:10,
1:10, 2:10, 3:10, 4:15 (I.til., no ntops),
0:10, (1:10, 7:10, 8:10, 0:10, 11:15 t in.
Lcnvo Senttlo ::i0, 8:00, 0:00 (Ltd.,.
no HtopH), 10:00, 11 :00 a in, l'J m, 1 :00.
U'.OO, :i:00, 4:00 (Ltd., no Htotm). 5:00,
0:00, 7 ;00, 8:00, 0:00, 10:00, 11:15 p in.
LenvoPiiynllnp 5 :30, 7 :00,8 :00, 0:00,
ll:00n in, 1:00, -':00, 11:00, 4:00, 6:00,
Lvavolllli nnd Commerce 8tn. 5:40,
7:00, 8:00, 10:00, l'J :00 a in, 1:00, 2:00.
.1:00,4:00, 5:00, 0:15, 7:15, 8:15, 11:15
(5:30 n in omitted Sundays)
J, B. TKIINKS, Pre, aud Mgr,
Tacoma Carriage and Baggage
OFFICE 101 TENTH ST..
Carriages and Baggage Wagons at III Kauri
Print. aiflbulMsa Pirfict In
HRST CLASS LIVERY
llaml your Checks (or Ilaguage tc our Me.
rntivrs, who will wit 7011 on all Incoming
it-Class MortgaKCN and Investment Securities.
: BILLINGS MONT !
Statement of the Condition of the
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
Of BOZIRIIII, MOHtlNI,
At the Close of Uuslness, Sept. is, looa
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.00.
Surplus and Profits, $83,941.56.
JOdKI'll KOOKT., Prt'sliUnt.
. 1IKOOX MAUTIK. Vlie Pre.
UKOIKIK t'OX. Cashier.
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