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IJtt!f fcalts 4f Your Bark
. Hurts, or Kaile'rf1''' 1
' TrouL:;.i2rVou '-' N
- TNo'min or vroman can mate a
mistake.. by flushing ther- kidneys
occasionally, says a weir 'known
authority.'' 'Eating too. ma eh 'rich
food createa'vacids, -which erclte
the kidneys."" They 'becdme 'over
worked from the stralh.'get slug
gish ami fall to r filter 'the xwaat
and poteona from the blood. Then
we: get" sick.1 'Rheuma'tlsri. head
aches, liter trouble. Tje'rVouslnefei,
diitines'a," sleeplesahes"3an uhrln
ary' disorders" ofterf r6ihe -f rom
fiu'ggish -kidneys: ' - '
Thef moment 'you 5 feel 'a dull
ache "Id the kidneys' bryour -back
hurts. TOrlf "ttreNirine Ma -'cloudy,
offensive fall of feedltnent,lrff g
ular of-passag ' or atrerideVl Ibj a
sensatkrarof.- ScaldSng; 4iegin
drinking a inar of. watep-eah.
day, "also -'ger'iboilc'rdur' ounces
of Jad-Satt3 frbnV-anr pharmacy:
take a'tablesiMNonful ia-a'fclass' of
'ater before breakfast".' - arid in
a. few :tfay your'',kifTieys may act
,' ' -i t;i ' i ' ' ,.
This 'famous" salts is ' made from
the - acid -of . grapes and emion
Juice, 'combined' "Withllthla,- and
t3.s. been xed' for 'years -to flush
cri stimulate: tfie ' kidneys;' also
to . help Titti'tralize- the f acids fn
the 'slystetd;' bo they -"no ' longer
cauSe'lrrltatlony thus .often "re-:
J!vinr. bladder weakness. f "
Jad .lt rs inexpensive : makes
a dlis.htfiil 'eMerVecenl Uthla
watf r"' drink 'f which ' everyone
,c ,14 tike' nbwand-then td help
1- p the" tliifej's 'clean and" attire
E'.,J thatlooJ pore; thereby often
avoiding serious kidney"" compl
cations. By all means haVeyofar
X . j . 1 ; fail " ex alnln . yotf r ' It Id hey 8
A " t wi":a a year. Adv.
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r;ctlr t Movements r- of
':su!tC(yJra'::n2"""' Juno 1 4. -Con--.owments
'. " it xacit-cl tt
. L lie ' "u ijlng "
' a k'iTanee. sbcV
: i ' . ) ludra 't" .r
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t .ci: a : s,d ::ttii
r.tors 11 i
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V-l S'-rea! 82te34 Eatin
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; r - C'jaKty. Iieal-Gaod-
' iu as. ,
LliUinery DepnTtmoni .
; . . , ' la KeartUcc"i , :
. ',";?. ' ITr'U jf?l iQm
Cleaning Up of Spring Hats v
.V. ;". - ' 'Reduced Paces . ,
iots' ci blowers, Good Quality :
. ;- l . , -' - riC4La ., w- . ;; j
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(OuCued a. new tow Lutton at a
1-2 and then rallied feebly'for a
net loss of one poiat oa the day".
- Railroad shares goffered better
teatistance to selling pressure than
the industrials. 1 . : -5 -
Failure to attract : a public
folowfng in. the '.recent aeries of
f arordble dividend developments,
however," caused" some liquidation
by tired holders of long stocks.
Reports that ' flash- preAwetion
In the soathera .California1- oil
fields -shows . signs,. of ; baring
reached 'its peak- failed to stem
the -liquidation' of oil .shares,
which suffered the heaviest losaes.
. Call money opened at 4 1-2 per
cent but advanced ; to five before
the closes. . -Time money la quiet
with -plenty f of money 'available
for the -short tnatarities at 4 3-4..
and bankers asking.' fJvef 'for !lhe
longer dates, ,s5 . t4t i
Foreign exchange tradiag" was.
quiet with few itfeportant:hangea
in .rates. -: Demand 'sterling !&eld
around 4.61 an 4Frenclit-' francs
around 6.35 ' cents, v German
marks touched" lafnew,owj'mar)t
at .0009 l-g. cent. I . .
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Women Preachers Are
!any In United -States
r CHICAGO, June. II. r- Tfcertr
are 178 women5 preachers of ,Tar
lotts denominations Is the United
States; all fef -whomaretnenrbers
of ' the international ;iraoclaUdxt
of Womenr! Preachers,:; ?aeccrrdlris
to the list of - tnemhera "recently
made public , Aeret , . Six L wome'n
preachers of f foreign J landa also
belong to the aasociatioa, :thTee
in China, twoMnIndU an one' tn
i 'tllinols leads fa the number? of
womeia'rej.chers' with; S3.' 17 of
fhein" being" lit the clfr ct Chicago.
Kfcnsaa .'fanlcs -BecbndwKir 30 "wo
cvsit jaii staraV ' wren tf-.T-whok
are at Vrrichita:.;.''"lJebraska' : Is
tfilrd In? timbers -wltJV'lST-l "
; ;:Us3hl0;f pas
. LONDON". r tn' , ji-Britiah
cheiisfa have ' evolved a heuse
hoU !ca sd'harfciless that woujd-Ue
suicides can; feet 'no 'iiore tbkrr'a
hiiitchefrom ttX' j -i
' TLa t.itia, "whlch la 'noW in
U3a at Neyark-On-Trent; ; aa
produced ;at about 'to (th)rd Vf the
cost. of brdinargaa. i It-ton tains
c .ly r. 4 'percent df,tsrb6a!ln6n
t Jawhich l3t thef po! -noa tie
it 'la 'household' 'taJ- 'Ameri
:. a ta'a contains iaore than t per
. .ir.tats-fnsrtileatf-'. ,'
i "La tew- rasdvfesbff -a pungent
Pt'tretlng .odor - suc power
tt.lt ntVaa t9dectected Immedi
tX,lr. In this fries . lta .'protective
4 - ' ViVM
' .rr.i. ; Yard
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Cincinnati , 'Beats . Giants
Boston, Chicago and,
Philadelphia Victors :
CINCINNATI. June' 14. (Na
tional) -The ' Reds pulled,' the
champion' Giants hack again today
by winning the second game of the
aeries', 6 to " 5. ' ; ' 1 .
i Score R. H. E.
Nework : 5 13 " 1
Clncinuatl '....,) H 0
' "Blh me, Nehf. Bentley, Jonoard
and'Bnyder, XJowdy; 1 Rltey and
. - Boston 6; St.' Ixml 4 ' " J
1 ST. LOUIS, June 14. (Natio
nal.) Manager Rickey used "18
players" lhn effort to defeat Bos
ton today .t but the ' Braves . won jthe
second game of the series - from
the Cardinals 4. to 2.' Seven pitch
ers performed. - . . .
Scot-' . "'R. H. E.
Boston ...V..ri 6 91
St. 'Louis .... f 4 f,9 0
-Marquard.' Fllllnglnj. Genewich
and 'Smith; Pfeiffer. North Bar
ifoot. 'Sherdel and ' MeCurdy, Aln
smith. - -
Chicago 9; 'Brooklyn 6 '
-CHICAGO. June 14. (NaUon
al.)4-Fouf homer runs by Chicago
enabled ihetn, to defeat Brooklyn
today 10 A0Farrell led theatr
taek for: the'loeala with two hom
ers, a double and a' single in five
trips to the" plate. Stats busted0 a
homer' oft ilenry In. the . second
inning, and 'Pribers alao drove the
ball into the' bleachers-in the same
funfag jwith?a'mamott.'. ;'. -
'Aceillotti, the Cubs new first-"
hasemah" purchased from ?'the
Wichita Falls ;lub of the Texas
leaghe'played today and made an
lmpresaiycr showing. " - ' .:
.'..1 Scot?--" -f.n- 1 -.vR.. HrEi
Brooklyn . .'.. . - . . . t .-. ;6- lll f 3
ChlctfgO . .v... ',... 9 .10 9
' Vance, i Henry,: Dickerman and
DebeTry; Aldridge. Kaufmann and
CPParfelU; --sv n
.PhOadelphlAS; Pittsburgh 1
PITTSBURGH June 14. (Na
tlonat) -Philadelphia . defeated
Pittsburgh- today '2 to 1 In a list
leas game, . - 3 . . , .
Score , R." Hv E.
Philadelphia . v. . . ... 2 6 0
Pittsburgh 1 7 2
Ring and Wilson; Meadows and
Gooch. 'Ss ?' ,r .-Tv -': . " - -? .
I SALEL1 L 1AUKETS
OXAZBI A2TD BAT
K. wheat ..-."..v.., flX3-l.es
N. S wheat, Mek4 . ,..'-tl.0Q
Chaat .say . ... . ,... ..,S20at23
Oat kar 2a$23
CUvaa.AT baled . . ... . . ' ,.f20
Priees qnotedtara wfcoletale and art
Brieas neivd; V farmara. - K ratail
: prieaa ara rTem. eapt mm o4t -EGGS.
BXTTT7-JL. BUTTEBTAT : ,
CrMiaary aatter ,. . ;.- AS
Battarfat, daUvand .. ,,,, '
Ullk. Par ewt, . 92.20
Zgg - aalaeta . ' - S3
etaadafdai ;,;..'. 20 Q 1
-.:Pllats-j: v -
.12 Q 12
r pobx. ictmov Asm bebt
HoKsv.ttsw150t22&.Ue ew , .87.25
Hen -.top. 225-275 Ibe? ewt - ,., ..S8.7S
Tioga, top, 875-300 lDa4 rwt
Usat aewa. Cart
fUoth, aaavy, rrt "
Toy-veal, dressed :
Top lambs --
I BAKAVAS I '
Bad Cord, the distlaqaisalag nark oi
aaality fcraJt 4)aetiar eMtad, per U .tl)
.., . .. . OBABGEZS. . ,
100'a ' -1 - d.M
128'e . ., ,4X4.
17e'a aaeV aatallea , - M.
Brand Saakist Valeaelaa
216's and lanrer
250a aad w-'ler-t-.j V-MA0
V.4 CAXjrt-SlA .C3APETTJIT
"SnakJst,". e.'sv 80'a f.,1 ..,..:.t..: .. f 8.T5
. JlU;jCitriat Iraita- is' kaUaaa lata, 10
sddiUeaau . -
. . .';"OOOSSBBXXES
Per 4b. ..l: - - - - - - : , , ; 1
Ex. fiy wtMfP . V-v ,r, fa an
Jamble SpHsenbera- ..............1.25
- BTBW BUNCHED XXCTTAXUZi - 1
All priced by the tlosea "buachea. ! J
Beets. Turnips, mtm .... i . W 00
Radishes, loaf or roond . ,- , lx ; .50
Parsley , . . , -15
Local Oaiens '
New California Carrots, per aackl$.00
New Califoraia Turnips, par sack 4.0
Hew California Beets, per sack 4.00
All eaek Vegetables Is per lb. fclsher
wbeav deaired laolese ttu. eaek lets. .
' 3 Kew Vegetables
Rhubarb, r" ,v ' -
Aaparacaa, Orefoa trows, vary fancy per
doien baachea , - f nK
Artlehefcee per desea ; f 1
TtMsatoes. irom htexioo. . higa repacked
$5.00. Brawler, laca repaeked.-.4.50
Head lettuce local, iced crates 9 dot 92.50
Local par Antmn r , . . , fK
Caallflowar.v flat crate -$2.60
Kew. celery, per crate .j. : ' ,", i an
Caevmbers., batbense. per dosea -$3.00
Orea?beansr per - ' ;
Peas. borne (frown per lb
Spinach, ptt..box .. ,. 91.SO
Sew California whites, la aacka. per IV,
cents. . .
Takima netted Rents, per ewt-Jl.S0
Oregaa Whites Pr ' , f
Oreroa yellow Daaver rr ewt. .92.50
Bed ewt 93,00. yellow fciyr.ew. -93.50
- Hew Pr:ia w- -Strawberries,
boa .crora-aw faUy sap
- plyiag the market, s .. ..f. .,.$2.00
Peaches, asrly varieties,, par box .. , 92.28
Apricots. 4-backet crate, 42.73
Cantaloupes-Imperial valley, sUadsrd
RpaiNA. Sasik.. Junrt i;. Ten
years aga' a farnlr."ortaan.Cur;,
tts. arrived froni , Iowa, yni sfttleid.
with bis family ' on a. .farni .nea'r,
LangbankKU Sask. vile, brought
85,000 cash with him, paid 8po0
down on his farm nnd being a non
believer in banks, buried the re
maining $3500 in a field telling;
no oje, not even members of the
family I ,whete .Uwas .concealed.
During the winter of 1913 he was
frozen to death and with him died
the "secret of the hiding place Of
the money. .' ." " "
. For "the . pasi decade members
of his family have organized many
futile searches for the hidden trea
sure. VE very 'conceivable ' place
baa been dug up,' stones moved
and hunches, followed,- but ' still
Curtis' hoard ' remains safe from
everyone, bank ' robbers included.
Prince-Does Hot Pine " r
l-fv; :-Ta;BQ:CaIled Royal
J ,StOl " " .,' i ..(' ' -4 -i-.i t '.
; r LONPON, June ' . Ladjr- As
tor likes to bring people' together
ji her dinners. At one of, .her re
cent ".. entertainments , ' she 1 hid
among her guests' the Prince f of
Wales and. Will Tbotne,:( the soc
ialist Jabor leader ' japd inember
of Parliament. '.Thome now tetls
this atbryi " f.r'K''
, "1 said to the prince- I j would
doubtless' be unpleasantly ' -'criticized
by some of my constituents
for putting my feet under the ta
ble vrith ! royalty: ! ; f- " ; ' 5 r
"''"The 'prince smilingly replied:
'I object 'to royalty, Mr. -Thorne,
but 'l oii't mind ; being; called! the
Prihfre of Wales. . ; " " .' ' )
Scientists Still at Odds
r: Over Relativity .Theory
V PA'ttlS,' June.ll-A'.jlivIsioi in
aclentifia circles oaa been made
here 1it 1 the relativity theory '-'of
ElpsteJo. challenging pld eoncep
tionsiat time. and space.' r
I .Former - PremierPalnleve,if at
alknathematiclan and later a poIT
ticlan,' is threatening to drop poli
ties long enough-to prove that the
earth has stopped turning, ii ,,?act
he asserts that It never-did ' turn.
M. .t Painleve r has a . hrand new
theory of the. universe, based bn
mechanicsl He eays Einstein tia
right, except .that he - is not right
enough.; , ' ..-t; -; ,v '' 'J,
r Professor Langevin, physicist of
l-the College of France, inventor of
the sounding machine "by. which
ships may be piloted in any sea,
has made what his friends 1 de
scribe as a religion of the Eta
stein theory, combating old . theo
ries - and Jall others1 with much
ardor.5 ' ! .
Emlle. Picard, ..the; genial per
manent secretary of the Academy
of Sciences, from Jhis . retreat In
the Institute palace, has sought to
dodge" this battle of the worlds.
However; he la Inclined to the e -
lief that the. old-timers were faira
ly; correct.? -. - .-- V
'Director Baillaud, of the Paris
Observatory says that in many re
spects science Is still like Diogenes
stumbling along with his lantern
"As for me,' he added, "I have no
opinion, as to the relative merits
of the. discussion. .It -would take
me two1 years of my life to become
familiar with the Einstein theory,
and :as I w am", 75 ofw, . T really
haven't the time, to spare.", " ,
. BREWS XAKH OF BEER ,
" " ' . - - - - ; ( v
;s LONDON, t June l The oU
number of built .. barrels of beer
brewed during ' the ' year ending
March 31 was 22,334.328 In Eng
land and Wales, 1,598,339 ilnv
Scotland, " 2,684,286 In Ireland,
making a total of 26,616;953,
These figures were" given official
ly' In 'answer to' a 'queatlon in1 par
liamentary Papers. ...... . -
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J i y
iv ' iats riri Tnv rri T4i$-3! dt'fRs i'coriettvrfi: .
f. This condition yry simple. and as soon as
MONTREAL, Ont., June-
Science's' 4neat-for a method tha
wil add lignite char to the avail
ble,iuei. '.supplies ;of .'the,, Unite4
States wasf described at a session
of the fuels division of the Ameri
canSociety or.. Mechanical Engi
neers here recently by O. P. Hood,
chief mechanical engineer of the
United States .bureau of mines, f '
"The byreau of mines is. inves
tigating; the poaaibllities of a pro
gram, said Mr. Hood, "which has
for its main features an, inexpen
sive carbonizing, device and the
use of the lignite char direct,
without bricquettlng. '
''Lignite char- can best be de
scribed in a few .words as a fuel
rather; near in analysis to anthra
cite coal,, hut softer, with a little
more volatile "matter, and thus
kindling easier. Vi In size It grades
from pea coal to smaller sizes, and
is- a stable product. Whether "a
market can be developed for. such
a fuel at prices around 5 a ton
at the mine;.,remaias"o bi;flhpwn,
bu( rlt is- at least; encouraging Ja
know , that ; Germany - used last
year. 4 00,000 tons of similar mar
terial for domestic . heating .And
' "This fuel burns welt with naj
taral draft where a thin fuel bed
can be maintained. - Base burners,
cook stoves and other .heaters can
be adapted to use . the fuel satis
factorily, t . The ' Germans have
developed a special stove, burning
the fuel on a bed of ash in an en
closed drawer. .There is no loss
of fuel In the ash ahd lignite char
used in such a stove beats an. oven
Sufficiently for baking operations
and wlU' boil water. p It makes a
very clean, fire, is smokeless, and
the char' Is clean " to handle." . ' '
Peanuts. - Five a Baa.
May Come From Big-Crop
t CHICAGO;TjraV-The hleach
e'rlte'iind ' Ircjis "tan wifit-yet;, a
bigger;"' bag .of VI peanuts'.tfor hls
m'ohey ; when, ? this f year's ireeord
crop Is hirvestetl. Guy II. JI,a,IT, di
rector of the National tnsUtute-lof
Prpgresslve Farming,;' said ' tna
statement "in which '"he predicted
also' a return to the- five-cent bag
in a short time.' " ' s s-.'i
"The .old familiar call bf 'Hot
peanuts,' five a bag.' 'will return
within aT short " time," he aid.
More than 9 8 C,'0 00' acres' were
planted Inpeanuts 'last"' year,' - ac
cording to? the 'department of ag
riculture ffghres, while this year's
acreage is fforecast by the Instir
tute's -survey1' io exceed the," mil
lion mark.- The total yield 'last
year ,was '623,507,000 -" pounds?
Valued at about 929.222.000. ; -.
1 ' Increased' peanut' production re
cently "has 'resulted nfrom. the
greater "use of machinery, Mr.
Hall said, 'pointing' out that ma
chine methods of digging also put
lle mvT -"
A 1A0 AUUUC1 Oi anus J ,4 -s v
known, are grown extensively In
sections where the soil Is either
sandy "or of sandy loam, 6r where
the- climate or ,oll weevil seri
ously handicaps - cotton produc
tion. For high quality of nuts the
soil , should i he -limy and loose; to
alow for free - penetration, of the
bloom pegs, the nuts forming, un
derground in the manner of the
potato the institute points outl '.
1 " ' WlfKS AT BHJTTTNG
. STOCKHOLM; Ju ; 1 .Bet
ting in" connection' wka horse "rac
in'g was" Introduced ly Sweden for
the first, time , May 7?at Jagersro.
the- largest race-course In South
Sweden. - , . ?
Fo'r many years the q'uesilonof
betting has Toeen before the Rigs
dag at intervals and v many times
it has been rejected as being im
moral.. -.4 - . '" ' . ." "" '
of one lple condition thai;we aik you to tf-
are emixiea xo a casi prize at zne apse
- B13TIlLIir"..pa.,-: Jr.r4 - 14.t
A solution -of 'the" problem of how
to keep'theiVkida"-qulet atbase-
found at Lehigh ' University. '. : ,
.Th boys are put on ! their hon
or. - Any . Bethlehem- boy- may see
Lehigh ' games . free on condition
that -he sits n a-section of the
grandstand especially , reserved,
and obeys; the rules jThey, have
a - cheering - section of jthelr own
and are led by a, Lehigh student
cheer-leader.! ; No longer dd , they
disturb the play by 'raszing" . vis
iting teams and shouting "kill the
umpire.' 4 - Nowadays , they, , even
have v cleanly i-washed J'aces and
hands. ' .
BAXISHJ-;S OU ;clT4TOM-
; LONDON, 'jttBf'l'n vieV "of
the -terms -of 'the Ser- Diaeuaiif icnv
utijiouva. rVorKor&(90 nas'Ue-
parted, from t ijs oidtimo custom
of recusing the' honor of. the Free
dom of tho City" of London to mar
ried 'women. ,' .- -
rThe first married woman to re-
eel ves. this - honor - is Mrs. ; F. G.
Bristow, the -wife of a barrister
of-Iaw, who was admitted to the
freedom of the city "at - a recent
meeting of the Corporation. .
Yon can. sell
fSjsm '" ieaIi tan wjuma. rif-3j( ; yz -f ' '
' f m?mm aa eu4pew1keaa4? . ... -jl'ieV " -.. f . V 4 j f
,-e7t r? 7 - mm wm a wkmim aa rVc k a I 1 0 '
'ife -ZTU-e-e- -. ?-r- rrJiz, 1 i ;
p1 SJS SSJMISJ M m WasTawBaTa ' KLJ m f iJ J '
L. - ' as--- ; VI , . , j Zi.;.
, . ... V t AC.". - V 1 C ''
urv iiiv- rnuresa 'muni, a r..'
rage, brtt in th case oi; heid of
the various government depjtrt
ment"s6f "Engldud, JV has brought
forth a decided show of genius In
the art of raising ani saving'mon
ey. ti , Is , now proponed by ; the
chancellor -of "the exchequer to
sell space n Income "Jax forma
and other government, papers for
advertisement purposes. ' '-'
-.It "Is' claimed that (about $2,
500,000 can ! be raised in this man
ner. " " -t- . , i
-BUBAS PIIOVK PATAI
LOS ANGELJCS, June 14. One
man was , burned so seriously that
he was expected to die, three oth
ers were injured and damage esti
mated -aa 3ilgh.as $150,000 waa
'done by a fire in . the Santa Fa
Springs oil field today. "; : '
TRAIN ' RIB11 UPHOVE -FATAL
SPOKANE Wash. June 14.-?
Virgil Wallace, 20,. of ; Yakima,
Wash.; died. In n hospital, here to
day of injuries he. sustained when
with threfa companioire be attemp-
ted to board o. moving work train
which -was leaving rYardley, a bu
burb .for Spokane. The 'wheels
crushed both'"legs:i 'His mother
resides et Yakima. - - - -
.. i-..':" .1- -ii k
tireless senrai-is.' ,Tfce7-xre- tlwayj cn Ha Jb
f I AWA J W WBt 1
your used citr, eld' io'ok3, piqturea,
with tlieir help '
You can get roomers to add to your monthly inccrid
.Want Ada will help "you J,laud" a good job .cret cc-rpstczt" ' "
-. ' -"."help Tor, you .' .' .
Just telephone 23 and. a plessant-voiced ad-taker will hslp ycu
,ciS! l.--1-r' i. ik.--.-j
. .'a -. -41 ...)A0
Hov 16 Send Ycur
Use one side of the paper only.
Write down the number of dots
counted, using the f ollowlrz . wcri a,
"I -have counted a grand total of
(Insert "number here) .dots in the cut -as
shown in the adVertlsempnt anl
sign your name and.;addrea3. -
" Neatness and "appeal aj.ee". t&III .to
carefully considered In awarding the
grand prizes, so . write as neatly t a
"you can. This splendid offer .J
only be good for a limited tlia, ta
send in your solution right away -NQWrto
,The .Pacific Homestead,
.Dot' Competition Editor Salem, Cra.
it is iiil-
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1 ial atnl .i ; .
vJay were t II..
the. goveri.. u4.'.i . n- ' t'
illicit llQiior la.tue.i.'. .
trict,.tha reryinj of,r:ij r 1
Junction pults against ij.-
and proprietors of about Z , .
beer; saloons, roadhou-'om nr !,
er places where it U nU s-c j r
has been. sold. , ,
goods kxoci;i:i) rcr
LOS ANGELES. June. If
Army goods sold at au"t!,:.i
Camp, Kearny in the wt ck '
ning February 19. .ID "2. '
knocked down to certain ti:;
without others having a cl:
raise the bid, 'according: t ) 1
mony given today fcy'J. H. ;
Lbs' Angeles tinny koo1 '
at "ths" trial tot two army c ;
and sit civilians charged villi
splracy : to.efratid In conr. -
with the sale. .
. " WOHE, ,GIVi: lMGrA'T
SEATTLE, . .Wash., Juno 12.
About a thousand women f f . i
over the state attendlp-l a. 1
given here today a a fcuturj
a .progressive- Pacific conv -'
of the Women's Dene Tit
tion. Governor Hart v,z?
the score of male specUto.j.
' a tr
ii:'-y 1U1 -I
. -, - 1-'. -i V ' L. K '
crate , , , , $5.25
WatermeToat craied. tr n
U Cnrriea, Tattafiaaa. per lb
Plants, per.crita .,,
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