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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. 1 GJITLAUD. FRIDAY EVEHIKO.'. AUGUST
U S - FADE MM
: FOR J. PLUVIUS
Forecaster Beals Is the Gen-
; ; nine and Only Olympic
r V . Article, : .....
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.ORDAINING SUNSniNE (
; FOR THE HUSBANDMAN
. '.' ' ' ' ', .. . " r ' '
Eastern Orrfon Ilad a Wetting Down
; Yesterday, But AIT la Serena To-
What the Official Forecaa la.
. District Foreeastar Beala ! of th
opinio that the rJntonn U w IU
last leg . and that fair and wanner
weather will ba her a grain tomorrow.
Th hower last night war not "heavy,
only one-tnth of an Inch falling during-
th whole Bla-ht, bat they wera. fre
ouent and benoa mora or leaa annoying.
Bine th beginning " Of . th ' praaant
atorm nearly on-o,uartr of an Inch of
rain has fallen her.'. ' A few ahowars
may fall tonight Jut no heevy rata 1
The weather map this morning say
that westerly winds ., will . prevail o--morrow
and- bring sunshln and a
higher temperature.. Thla will be much
appreciated because It ta generally con
ceded tint the country haa been fsvored
with enough moisture te do for a while.
The same kind of.wheather la predicted
for the eastern part of the state, where
th rain La aaid to be doing; soma dam
age to the Wheat crop.- A few daya of
dry and warm weather, however, will
wart) off, th damage now threatened.
EASTERN OREGON'S RAIN.
! Heaviest Evert for Thla Time of Year
; , Clear Todaj. "
(Special Dtepatra t The Joaraal.)
Pendleton. Or., Aug. . A heavy rain
! fell In Umatilla county and all eastern
: Oregon yesterday and last nlghC It is
' clear today. It wss feared muoh dam
' age would result to the Immense crop of
1 wheat which is being ha.rveated, but no
', damagea are reported so far. With
clear skr todav and the warm weather
i the farmers will be able to. resume the
f harvest tomorrow. The rain was on of
''the biggest ever known at this season
j of the year. . , ,.
' HEAVY RAINS IN PAfcOUSE..
: No Damage Yet But Farmer Uneasy
". Threshing 'Stopped,
' ' (Special Dlanatcfc to The SaarsaL)-' '
i Garfield, Wash.. Aug. (.For twenty
.four houra a general rain has been fall'
lng In coploua showers over th Palouse
.wheat fields. All threshing has been
stopped and It will be severe! days be
fore it can b resumed. Th around
Is thoroughly soaked, but no damage
so far haa been dona to the wheat crop,
although farmers are very uneasy over
the situation, Th Palouse town are
full of harvest handa. Th rain will
tie of great benefit to late potatoes and
- a pis; crop is expeoisa. . ;
IN YAMHILL VALLEY. ''
IUJo Haa Done Lota of Good and No
. Harm at AD..' :.' , j".,
fRTMctBl Dispatch te The JoentaL) -.
McMlnnvllle, Or., Aug. . The Tam
tilll valley waa visited by ahowera Wed
nesday during the day and night, and
also yesterday. It waa attll cool and
th clouds heavy yet this morning. Th
rain cleared up th amok and aettled
th dust, do far there la no damage
to crops. Threshing was held op Wed
tieeday afternoon and Thursday morn
ing and also again today. Unless there
, ia further rain thla will be a great help
to 1st garden truck and hope. ,
i ' : TWO LIVES ,
i- . ' '''.'.,,V,:
- T ., (Continued from Pag On.)
pointed to an Iver it Johnson St-caJlbr
' weapon. He rapped nervoualy on tha
- case and would take no other revolver. .
' "He was very nervous and hi mouth
' twitched and he would not look up, but
kept glancing downward all tb time.
I asked him what h Intended using th
revolver for and said self-proteo-
tlon and to kill br adding something
about going Into in- mountains. Wheu
I mdvlsod hlra to tak a .11 caliber re
volver If he needed one only for aelf
protection he said, "Ob, It dues not maks
any difference about tha length of bar
rel. All you have to do Is to get close
and shoot1 ,
Vm OartridfM X VockeU
"He would not permit me to wrap up
th revolver or cartrldaea. but Disced
tha cartridge in hie pocket and carried
th revolver In th box in which w
received them. Unnn M..lvlnr 1,1a
chang Lie be left the store hurriedly.
I was not surprised when 1 learned ot
his act." .....
Tha atnrv of tha ahnntfna. w InM
by Mrs. Sturtevant todsy aa follows:
m nrn mr. i.ieue arrived at our nous
i inirooiieea nirn to my mother, Mr.
A. M. Twotnblv. and mv alatar. Mini
r rancea lwoinuiy. or uelllngnam. ooin
of whom are visiting . me. We all
Joined Jn a general conversation. Mrs.
Liebe Included, which' lasted about half
'Mrs. TJeha did not sneak dlrartlv to
nr. ausoana ana treated mm eooiiy,
Sba. xpialned that aha had lust re-
oelved employment at Ixwengart Co..
and . the conversation dwelt mostly on
hat. Th , only, tlm Mr. Lleb spoke
directly to Mr. Liebe waa to ask him
If he had aent seme toy to their (-year-
oia ooy wno is staying with Mrs. i'l te
nia n. Than ah and Mr. Llebe left us
and went to another room. In a few
momenta we heard her eajvOh, thla Is
:, o4i' ror xsip. "
"Almost dlrectlV afterward "we heard
her cry, Com Mrs. . eturtevant, help
me. . .
"Three shots followed Immediately,
fair that r.lha hart killed lira Llebe
but feared to enter the room because I
did aot know-whether he had killed
himself and was afraid he might harm
me. I ran down th back stair and
called for help and Levi Toung, re
siding next door.-cam running In. W.
L. Bryant, a streetcar conductor, -also
came. When we entered the room, both
were dead. Death must have been In
stantaneous. " --
'I knew ther had reen trouble tm-
tweea the two. Mr. Llebe used to' drink
but he had not been drinking laat nlgnk
Ther aeema to hav been some agree
ment between them to live together
after Mr. Llebe had gone without drink
ing lor a year." He naa not uvea up 10
his part faithfully but wanted Mrs
Llebe to come back to him. We had
not the faintest suspicion that tha man
waa desperate laat nlaht because be
acted coolly and collected. - He was In a
?iaeant tram or mind just previous
the shooting and chatted away, a
ix notnrng was Dmnenna; mm.
Mra. Llebe worked at Loweogarfs
frequently aa a trimmer, and It seems
mat an waa preparing 10 enter dusi
neas for herself. Bhe worked yester
day and Intended to live with ' th
Bturtevants while In Portland.
Llebe owned th nous occurred by
th Eturtevant and lived at The Ock
ley. I90Vi Morrison street. H bad
packed all his effects and was prepared
to mova to tha eturtevant horn wher
he expected to live until Mrs. Llebe
returned from her mother's home, which
he did not expeot to be lor several
months. , .
Wen Xaw at Th DaJlee.
Llebe whs t( year ' of are and hit
wife was 1(. Llrb was born at Th
Dallea, wher he was well known. He
was a past exalted ruler of Tb Dalles
lodge of Elk. He leaves, besides his
wife and son, a father and mother, a
brother, Theodore, and two sisters, Mrs.
George Campbell, of Spokane, and Miss
Celesta Llebe, of The Dallea Two
cousins, carl . Llebe - and Ueorg .A,
Oundlech.. reside In Portland.
Llebe's remains will be taken to Th
Dalles tonight for Interment. -.Charles
Hmttn. a friend or the family, arrived
from that place thla morning and made
arrangements for th disposition of th
body. Whst will be don with Mrs.
Llebe s body is unknown.- it l th
wish of Llebe' relatives that ah be
burled beelde her husband but nothing
win be done until word la received from
Mrs. Pitt man. . v -
A soon as th crime waa committed
the no Ire were notified iiul fiare-eant
Col, Jailer Endloott. Detective Price
and Policeman Graves went to th
seen of the murder and suicide, upon
their arrival they noted that nothing
waa left for them .to do 'and notified
Coroner Plnley who took charge of th
remain and removed them to th Fin
ley undertaking - parlors. Third and
meUtlvea Ooauntt gmlalde. . .
' Several relatives of Llebe have com
raltted sulcld In th past Alfred
Liebe, an unole, killed himself at Th
Dallea several year ago. A brother
bet ring; thss am nam, aa hi unole,
killed himself at Ban Francisco two
bearing tha same nam as hi uncle,
Theodore Llebe, on West Park atreet.
till, and then killed himself. The
unci recovered from th. wound In
flicted by hi nephew.
.- Th bax of cartridge purchased by
L,ieo yeeteroay were round in nla room
today with ten of th cartridge missing.
Only three shot were heard fired by
Mr Sturtevant, although four cart
ridge wer exploded. Another cart
ridge had been struck br the hammer
but felled to explode. What became of
th other1 fiv cartridge la unknown. .
.TO .-TIE. UP
(Continued from Pag OnO
Montana, and St. Loul that th Offjc
In tbos cities had been closed. It 1
expected that before night the tnke
will hav spread to very branch of tne
Western Union system In the M tea
. , . , a- . hra tnai a
DUin, anu ia "'"'"r . , - is.
general atnke order will be Issued to
night from Ban Frsnelseo hssquartars
which will caU out all th psrtor on
th Paclflo coasL ,
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Teleraphera Walk Out at Blldnlght
is, Sjmpathr With Ryan. '
f (Joaraal Ipeelal Bervlc.) '
Chicago, Aug. Telegraph key on
th . Western Union Utiea were silent
her ftr It o'clock last night At
mat nour, u-uiu r ...'.,
plans, a whlatl was blown In the main
office, tne men uow j
switches, ro from their chair and
with a lusty cheer walked out.
was brought about by th troubl In
Los Angeles when Operator Ryan was
dlschargsd by th company for alleged
delay la forwarding message. L,ast
night th matter was taken , up before
the executive board of the Commercial
n.-i t..M. m m Inn mnA rflaeilaaen to.
gather with th removal In Loa Angeles
nf t ha oners tors who refused to work
with non-union man. .. ; .,
When apprised of thla . action local
operator In th overland division -decided
to refuse longer to work with
the non-union men. Immediately Chief
Clark Price notified all men who refused
to work to leave th office and then
made demands upon other division
- tfjif V. - .annnnl.a T 1 , 1 1
lur III .u . ..... . mw
success attended . hi effort and 7i
men oeserxea iar pwcm ai iaf www-.
Soon after th atrlk waa instituted
v.joi a f wm.vv. ni-uu v j h. v ...
bera of the grievance committee. A
hort conference wa held at tha con
clusion of which the company' official
Was DOUH-Hl ll LB L iuiic a-ll uiuuu ui.
. jt Kw nttilnl.Vtt rnnnr, 1
trik would b caHed In th office.
'im proposaj met wim wmira r
fnsal and at th hour noted a whlatl
.. V.I .a .w.,. 1. nw In V.n .nn.p.l
offices of th oompsny was deserted.
jperaiura on iua leiearapn uc,. v.
morning dalllee llkewfae left their posts
and complete tie-up of telegraphlo
work is In progreea
This morning practically th antlr
day shift of operator refused to go to
work at th regular hour. 8om few
wer present at thslr desks, but they
wer quickly called off and th main
office of th company ha remained de
serted with th exception of th few
non-union operators with which th
resume th transaction of business.
"1 ne striae per yaaieruay uui mv
bursting Into flam of th smoldering
sevjiina; aprainaa mi wwinuij n,,,wn ... w
unsatisfactory aettlemant of th Ban
Francisco atrlk om weak ago. Tb
term made than did not meet with approval.
WILL BE GENERAL. '
Operator Will Tie Up Whole System
of Telegraph la Country.
IJearaal Speetal errtca.
loa Angeles, Aug. I. Leas than 10
operators wer at work in th office
of th Western Union here last night,
as a reeult of th atrlk precipitated by
th discharge of Operator Ryan, and it
1 believed that th strlkj now will b
a general one and will result In paraly
sing th business of th company until
satisfactory term are made.
President Small of tha Commercial
Telegraphers' union, wired to the local
union her that unless th atrlk was
settled In 41 hour he would eom her
from Oakland, to assist the man who
District (Superintendent Lamb of th
Western Union, haa refused absolutely
to treat with th local union, which
demands the reinstatement of Ryan. He
maintain that tha company I handling
lta buainesa rainy wen unaer tne
strained conditions, although about 6
of th Ti operator employed In th of
fices hsv walked out.
Outside operator and. non-union key
men are being Installed aa f sat. as they
can be brought to th city. Laat night
ahont t men wera ooeratlnr kev.
Striking operators yesterday held a
meeting whlcn was largely attenaea.
They put themselves on record regard
ing th Ryan matter and will not go
back to work unless th discharged op
erator la reinstated. A movement la
on foot to aeour th cooperation of th
Postal operator nar ana it i not
unlikely thst they will strike In sym
pathy with Western Union men, should
a satisfactory settlement of ths present
troubl b prolonged beyond a reason
abl tlm. . 1 -..-. .,
Loa Angelea Manager Claim Baat
' ; neea Suffers Little Delay.
' ' (Jaarsal. R pedal terrlra.) . '
Lo Angelas, Aug. . Th situation
In th tlegraphersr atrlk In this city
remain unchanged. - It 1 - claimed
through th official of the Western
Union that thla morning th fore of
telegrapher on duty waa augmented
and that business I moving without
any appreciable delay. It I also claimed
that tha usual number of wires to Chi
cago ar In operation. At strike heed
quarter It I . claimed th Western
Union ha ' discounted the situation.
There are no defection from th rank
of th atrtkera,
f Continued from Pag On a) '
: For the mountains or for the seashore, here's
; a bunch of things which you will need, and at "
prices well,-don't distrust the goods because"
the prices are low. .' ;'':.'
- We are simply clearing out our hot weather
clothing. Every garment has our guarantee.
We are not after your trade for this day only, "
but we want it for every day, every month and
. every year every time you need anything for
. man or boy's wear. -: v, ., : V- ,'
SUMMER SUITS, in blue serge and light col
ors, $15, $18 and $20 ones, , ; QQ
-OUTING TROUSERS, in Fancy Worsteds
v and Flannels, $4.50 and $5.00 $9
, . ones, now; . , ... . . , . . . ..... .w0J
ALL PANAMA AND STRAW HATS .
.at...;......... HALF PRICE
: All Men's and Boys' Summer Wear at Clear-"
lance Sale Prices. : .' ; ; .
1C5-1C3 THIRD STH MOHAWK BLDO.
ha been declared on the- Paolflo coast
aid Mr. Dumara thla morning-, "but If
there should be tb rortiana erne
would be up In th air. -I don't know
of anything we could do to help out.
Erry town In thla vicinity would be In
th earn fix and It would be a hopeleaa
task to try, to Import strike breakers.
Ther would be none to be had.
' Kelay OfTVee Oos4a
Mr, thimar declared that he had re
ceived no Instruction from Mew Tork
regarding a recognition of the tele
graphed union and that everything he
did would be upon direction received
from the eastern office of th company.
"Our bueiness here I pretty well up.
but th relay office ar chuck-a-block
and that I wher tb blggeet damage
will be don to th buaines Interest of
Manager John Annand of tha Postal
Telegraph, qompany had received no
word thla morning from th New Tork
offloe of that company regarding th
trik situation or whether the- strike
of th Western Union operator wa
likely te affect tha Postal, He. how.
vsr, 1 in th same position aa Manager
Dumara and would act In case- of a
trik of Postal operator only upon
Inatructlon from Js'ew Tork.
Basis ess stem Tear Oon qwo.
Locally It I not believed that ther
will be a strike on th Postal system.
Th Western Union operators will gain
several point If th former telegrapher
remain at their posts. The telegraph
buaines of th country would then be
thrown to the Postsl to th financial
loaa of th Western Union, and with
the Postal men working ther would be
lees likelihood ot th Western Union
menager being abl to break th gtrik
with Postal operators
Bualneea men look with fear upon the
Impending trouble which threaten th
Western Union. Practically every busi
ness In the country I dependent upon
telegraph service and commercial anl
Industrial activity can be stifled
quicker through a telegraphers' strlks
tlisn ny any outer means, especially it
both the great systems of the country
should be affected.
Jtow th Trouble Seg-aa.
According to local operator the trou
ble which originated In Los Angeles and
has now sirstcnea to cmoairo. Mew
York. Cleveland, Kansas City, St. Paul
and Denver Is only nominally caused
by the refusal of tha Loa Angelea offloe
to reinstate Operator Ryan. Thay say
The ring of the hammer and trie buzz of the saw is
still a familiar sound during the extensive altera
tions at the Leffert store, which, though music to
Our ears, IS not so aiuatuvc iu buupycia. x u Hume
the store alluring, however, alteration sale prices
are-quoted with new vigor. Read of the BIG
EVERY ARTICLE IS SOLD ' WITH OUR
ERACtlETS-Coll Filled anil Sterllaj Silver .
7.80 During aal....,.. 3.75
Former prlc 17.60 During aal....
'Former prlc $700 During aale...
Former pric l. 00 During aal..
Former price 15.00 During aal. .......
Former prlc 14.00 During sale...
Former prlc 11.00 During sale. ...,....,,.,......... ,
'Former prlc $1.50 During sal....,-,,.,
110 00 Ring reduced te i. ......
1 1.00 King reduced to. ........
I 1.00 Ring reduced to.,...
1.00 King reduced to
f 100 Ring reduced to. ....... ................i. .......
IJO.OO Brooche reduced to.
$10.00 Brooche reduced to. ..................
$ 7.00 Brooche reduced to..
I (.00 Brooche reduced to. .................. .........
$ 1.00 Brooche reduced to
I If I
Regular t 7.00 ralue.'now f B.25
Regular $ 12.00 value, now . 8.00
Regular t 25.00 value, now I 18.S0
Regular. $ 60.00 value, now 45.00
Regular $ 70.00 value, now 62.50
Regular $110.00 value, now f 82.50
Regular $150.00 value, now $112.50
Regular $205.00 value, naw S153.T5
Regular $300.00 value, now f 225.00
Regular $400.00 value, now f 300.00
lorpittlt Cfcslzs, Keck Cbalss, Lockefs, Pea.ss!.
K ..( . UVslIlers -' ;
. mdned to'n prle that eanao h rMlsted, Tao formwly
fJH Now. ..fO.OO 100 Now i,...,V...f 4.00
,lS.0O Now .......... 3,5.00 f (.00 Now, .... it. .$3.00
- I 4.0 Now ..........Sjf.OO .. , .
Oeaala Yoetolee latll JConated with 14k ttolU
v ... . ilagravea or jriaia yollsksd. .
115.B0 Now f 12.75 fM-ao Now M. ...... HI
t ti.w niiw .. . , .u,uu eis.vo mow ........
v v IUJO Now ...... .. .8 T.50
Ool4 PIllcxl and fiterllnc Comba
- '- Wlala a Be Wit a e.tnl Wiaiiinaa SamM r ' .
Formerly. $11.00.. ......$. Formerly $7. 80.. .....,..'
Formerly IU.00...,. ...ffl.OO Formerly i.00.. f J.
Formerly $10.00 .S.OO Formerly 14.00 ..!-.(
Formerly I 1.00..,, ....(4.00 Formerly $3.50., .(1.1
Our Watch Department is in charge of an expert workman and every watch repaired by us carries with it our
' ;" personal guarantee., ..; . .;,.V:---.:r,v;-v;. .
th facte of the mattsr are that th
Western tjnion In San Franclaco haa
shown no bonaflde dlspoaltlon to abide
by their agreement made with President
Small In 8an Franlcaco two week ago.
Th "vVatern Union ha quietly been
at work aacertainlng who wera active
member in thl trrk. ay th pperat
ora, and on on pretense or another are
getting lid of them. It can aally be
seen from thl that whlla they disavow
any Intention to discriminate It I In
faot discrimination of th worst ordar.
Operator Ryan, who wa discharged at
I,os Angeles, was well-known In this
city by operatora who ar ithr per
sonally aoqualnted or who hav worked
with him over the wire, and the man
tate that the conduct accredited to him
la exactly opposite to th charade of
th man. .
, Vers sent TJnlon Mtm. c
Th fact la that Mr..Byaa 1 an
ardent union worker and h 1 being
punished for hi ympatblea. Whll th
men hav walked out In aympathy with
Mr. Ryan, now that tha atrlk haa
spread to other cities, th eaaua belli
will be enlarged o aa to Include other
grievances, and the undoubtedly will
become paramount Theee Include an
eight-hour day and tandard1satlon. By
standardisation la meant that for work
ing a certain wire a fixed compensation
shall be given regardless of who
At th tlm of th threatened walk
out in Chicago soma month ago. It will
bo remembered that th Weatem Union
mad a horlcoptal raise of 10 per cent.
Th company then immediately began
a readjustment of -Its man. On trivial
excuses, "top-salaried" men would be
let out r shifted and In their place
men drawing approximately 10 per cent
less wages would b installed. It 1 an
actual faot that by the tlm tb San
Franclaco strike occurred the' hlgh
salaried men had been practically all
replaced In th Chicago cftlc by men
drawing less salary than before the 10
per oent advene was granted.
, Maelple Za a tax.
' The discharge of on operator tn a
remote town could not move any body
of men so larg as th Commercial
Telegraphers' union to uoh radical ac
tion a causing e sympathetic atrlk in
half a dosen of th largest oltles In th
United State. Such an Idea would. be
absurd on its face. Th dlscharg of
Operator Ryan was merely Igniting the
fuse which ha caused th real explo
sion. Th real cause of this trouble
la th unjust treatment and Inadequate
oompenaatlon received by th tslegrap'h
era. They have decided that patience la
no longer a virtue, and that th tlm
baa eom to bring matter to head.
. irnd Stock Canned are.
, Allen A Lawl Best Brand, :
I i i ....
Tomorrow la th last day to reoelv
discount on wet aide saa bill. ,
Th ' Federation of German Seamen,
10.000 strong, ar still on strike, having
gone out May 10, laat.
STANDARD OIL FINE -'TO
(Jeenal B pedal 8errlcJ .
Chicago, Aug. f.-rJudg arose.
'up today granUd th Standard e
, Oil a, writ of rror. The big fine
case now so t the TJnlUd q
Btatea' court of appeaia. Th
amount of th bond wpi be fixed e
later. Judge Grossouo did not e
egre with lndla that th
Standard Oil company ef Nw "
. Jersey la a defendant ' .' -
BAT CITY DOOMED IN 7 1
v FORTY-FIVE YEAES
' (Boedal DtaMteh ts Ths lesrssL)
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. I. Professor
Maaon. of California, th noted a-
roloaer. nredlcta that San ITranolsco
will d nterly destroyed by an earth
quake in ti years. Th city will be
badly ehaaen up in vn years, rro
fsssor Mason Is now In Vancouver. He
ears h nss received spiritual warning
of th oataatrophc.
, Tomorrow 1 th laat day te reoelv
discount on west aid gas bills.
PARTIN ACCUSED OF :
(Bpeelal Mapateh t The Jearsat)
Rnaeburg, Or, Aug. . C W. Partln,
ef Portland, waa arrested on th farm
of C. H. Brown near Wilbur today by
Constabl Jsrvls on a warrant Issued
at Portland charging non-support of his
family. Partln waa brought here to
await th arrival of an officer to take
him back to Portland.
Tomorrow I th laat day t receive
discount on west aid gas bill.,
-' (Continued from Pags One. tr
company atatementa a voucher.
Where he ha rented hi own automo
bile, Sheriff Steven haa written out
formal reoelpta a if he were an anto
dealer, showing that he haa received
from the country . each of th sum
claimed for th us of hi auto.
Then Stevens, th sheriff, took th re
ceipts signed by Steven, th auto
dealer, and preaented them to County
Auditor Brandea a voucher antltHng
him, a sheriff, to receive $82.10 for
the rent of bla automobile. .
Han Who Can Ell
Not all food talesmea hav good poaidon. ' Not all "
' the men wfyo have it in them to aell hav ytt found the
rifc-rit opportunity to develop this ability, of tha poaition
where their ability will be rewarded when shown. If either
of. the above appliea to you, if you are all right aa to
character, capable ai a tale man, and penittent aa a
worker, this advertisement ia pointed right your way.
The busineta referred to ia tha aal of life iniurancel tome- .
' thing that ia certain to be more in demand every year. .The "
Company referred to ia tha atrongeit in the world bett fof . ,.
v ; policy holder, beat for agent. A contract will be offered ,
that will result ia building- up an increasins; income each ' '
, year. No previoui experience ia necetaary; a course of .
- profeaaional instruction will be given free, but the poaition J.
; ' calla for work it will never pay a quitter.. If you are 4 L .
, . , interested, drop a line at once to tha undersigned, give ;
your references, and tell him something about yourself.
Don't aimply send your address that alone will not fill
v . tha bill All letters treated in strict confidence. . '
GEORCC T DEXTER
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Th Mutual Life Insurance Company of flaw York
34 Nassau at.. Mew York. H. Y.
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IP! YOU WANT,TO SEE iTHE. NEWEST IN WEAX&
; : t INO APPAREL VISIT THE STYLE STORE-1
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Of Men's and Women's Wearing AppareL The 'daDy sr
rirala of advance fall styles in correct attire Interpret the
. activity of our buyers now In New York and justify us to '
' announce that this season our showing of men's and
women's wearables will be the grandest ever exhibited
Pothand and the prices as moderate as honest merchandise
cn be fnsrketed at. In conjunction with style, quality and .
price we extend to you liberal credit accommodations. You -:
can arrange to pay for your fall outfit in small weekly or
, monthly payments. Your Inspection is invited. It will be
of interest to you to visit our store and acquaint yourself
ritfr the niany new and clever styles, materials and colors.
zzizzzL. Cor. Washington and Tenth
The BRILAKERS HOTEL
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Elertrlo Light, Steam, Hot and Cold Salt Water In Kverr Tub. Bur Ticket
'to, Breaker. raclQo County, Wash. PoatoSlo Addreea. Breakera,. Wash.