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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 4 June 1903

I Orcaa Island I DOB HAY ami OLGA Mis? Mary Robertson \vavi in What cotn la»t week. Mrs. P Boderbom wtnt to I'aiVhaven Saturday for a short time. Don't forget the strawberry social at 7 p. m. at the Olga school nous? June 13 The Nelson trap lias not^Wu vesy Bueeeesful this spring fishing for sprir.tr salmon. . , Win. Wreck and T. C, Mrtrrrtw re turned Friday from WhatpntU v.ith a line new 8-stpp organ for the school slid Sunday ii""l The OIk» \vl»'arf is not yet planked and as Jell" Moore has been unable to replenish his merchandise Ktuck for several Weeks aome of the Oi^-i people have been trading at Doe Jiay. Mrs. 11. <;- Geoghegan visited Mr. rind Mrs. 11. C Willis last \ve<k. Mrs. Willis returned with her Friday, and went to visit her daughter, Mrs. Uoier I'reel, at W.st Sound. . The C'lnrn Brown was over last Thursday and lowed four sections of Urge I«ms» to Fnirhayen for the E. K. Wood Company. This makes about one million feet shipped from here liy To/.iei Bios. Twelve ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1903

Che San Jmn Islander VOL. XIII. Satisfaction at any cost I Want Your WooK Will pay Highest Market Prices. N. E. CHURCHILL Largest Store in San Juan County. iWhatYouPay i • • s ;• .:. + For a thing is important, but what you get in ♦ return for your money is ten times more im- / 1 portant. In all lines of merchandise the best -♦• costs more than the poorest. We flon't keep ♦ I ♦ the poorest, but we keep the Best at the X Lowest Prices* t ~ ♦ Leader In Dry Goods, Clothing Q .Jt I IVI CC" M I Shoes and Furnishings " . #"\. \J £- lIIWEL I X 4- H-M^-H-f-f'M-H-M-^ ♦♦♦♦♦♦t»-»-f»4MMM»4 »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ , , , , , - — jay- ".;_ iOBSE SHOES s __^ : ' ■ ' ■ ,■ : You should own and wear an lone Sioe —one 1 of the best made; unexcelled at th price for quality of material, workmanship md style. Price $3.00. no more, no less, j line assort ment just received. > G. B. Briggs lt-'---T_r-r.v.-.-_r--.Tr.-in-"..-.-'..----'TJU-r.finn---..-m-i-rL .'—■ " -•■••" •— . _ . _ ' I --.-- CHASE BROS- MILL [COMP...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1903

The San Juan Islander O II UHlli. Kdilor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Brlil Summary of Ij««kh Important Though not the liOHN Interratlnid Ilapp<>nliip4 of the Week, From All l'urt* of the World. I . r . 1 Balifb«iry'i b««ltfa iH reported conviderahlj improved. Sfiiiitor Daniel, of Virginia, has been indorsed byt be Democratic state con vi'iition for anotbei term. George Smith, oolnred wan hanged in the county j:i;l yard at Portland Friday morning for murdering bin vhite wif' 1 last November. The Wt-t«*ni I'fileralion of Miners, In convention, by a vote of 125 to 20, adopted reK>lotiona endorsing the pnn c'plei of the ><>ci;iliHt party. The United States croiiwr Princeton baa arrived at San Francisco alt»T a l.uin era lie in the waters of the < irient. The Ynrktown baa als.i arrived from the Orient. Forty thousand dollars are to be ex pended on immediate temporary re j)«irH on the battleship lowa. She will be patched up aim kept ii commission until autumn...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1903

A T HOME AGAIN UONO TRIP OF PRESIDENT ROOSE VELT ENDS. Gr eeted at Home by L,ar»e Crowds f people—Fourteen Thousand Mile jonrney Lastln* Over Two Months Completed Without Vn toward Incident. Washington, June 6. — President R,, evelt returned to Washintgon lasr, Ut from his memorable trip of over hS months throughout the Wegt. He a 0 given a hearty reception by the Mole of the capital city, ivho lined as his carriage, escorted hT. battalion ol high school cadets, L'driven to the White House. The -rJeidHit cordially responded to the LetiDgs given him and repeatedly Stood up i" h'B carriage and waved bis hat and bowed his acknowledgments. He looked the picture of health. A Remarkable Trip. The trip inst completed has been in aonu . n^pects the most remarkable ever taken. Mr. Roosevelt and his party travele'over 14,000 miles on railroads gm ! several hvmdred miles in stages. >„t livt- minuteß delay was occasioned during the whole trip on account of train conditions, and the schedule ...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1903

San jfuan Islander Till: IS LAND Kit CO.. rublUhera. i. 11. CUI.VKK, Kditor and Manager. Kntored at the postofflce in Friday [arbor as second class mail matter. f niMcrlptloa l»r»ff. - <"-M"'erYMr | The Official Paper ol San Juan County. _ CtuhHn<? tlat - To all subscribers paying on* year in advance (and arrears. iT any) the follow uk named publications nro offered, to ethrrwith the ISLANDER, nt the com bination prices quoted, viz.: ISI.ANOKK and Seattle Po-A-Intc|ltfenc«, scmi-wccltly, $2.00 Seattle Times, weekly, • I-So Northwr-t Horticulturist ... - i.60 s<»- York Tribune Farmer - - - '-80 New York Tribune Review - - - • iJo New York Tribune, ♦rl-weekly, - - 2-'o Thrici-a-Wttk N. Y. World, - • - *■<» Toledo Made, '-60 Detroit Free Tress, weekly, - - 2.00 S. K. Kxaininer, weekly, ■ • • 2-5° S. H. IlulUtin, Sunday edition) - - »■<» Chicago Inter-Ocean, weekly, • 2| 5 jit. Paul Pioneer Pre«», weekly, - 2.00 Montreal Family Herald and i'tar - 2.00 para and Fireside, -...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1903

Local and peireonal L eou Little went to Wuatcom Tues day • t fire worksandlfturth of July supplies at Fowle's. , . George Mullis went to Whatcom Monday. ____ 4 ___ Foreman Bains, of the cannery, went t0 Fairbaven Monday. Five cows and heifers for sale.. Good gtock _Robt. Caines, Argyle, Wash. The Ladies' Guild will meet this af ternoon with Mrs. Simpson. Cultivated strawberries art ripening rapidly and the yield will be large. The anti-gambling law passed by the la?'. legislature goes into effect today. Mrs. Frank Wilson received a pres et of a handsome parrot and cage .yes terday- » — Tile v ,id of cherries in this county promises to be larger than usual this season. • Mrs. Bishop, daughter of Mrs. Frank Wilson, and child, arrived yesterday from Seattle. 1 ,'.. Thoroughbred Shropshire ram ' limbs for sile For prices address Oscar V. Brown, Smith Island, Wash. ♦_— Mrs. G. B. Drißgs and daughter Marguerite are visiting relatives and friends in' Seattle. For Sale— Two gill nets, larg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1903

NLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER I. j Marie Antoinette de Montollen was a true sdon of the old French noblesse, with fine features and clear, pale com p . mow. There hail been vivacity and brightness, too, in those brown eves, but ; the luster was gone, now, and there was, left only the dim expression of resigna tion which follows a life of troubles nobly j borne. She had lived sixty-four years in the, world. , I Her father and mother, the Marquis ■nd Marquise de Montolieu, had been In high favor at the court of Louis the Six teenth. They were proud, handsome aristocrat*, and when the Revolution ' came with its fearful horrors, they were forced to fly for their lives. When they reached England they were penniless and J compelled to earn their broad. The marquis gave lessons In singing, and the mnrqiKse made a little money by selling her paintings. A kind-hearted no-1 bleman, who had known them in former j days, allowed them fifty pounds a year; I mi I with this, and the fruit of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1903

ckH Bla air «I have used your Hair Vigor for five years and am greatly 'leased with it. It certainly re- P ores the original color to gray hTir It keeps my hair soft."—Mrs. KenKilkenny,NewPortland,Me. Ayer's Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair for fifty years, and it never fails to do this work, either. You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling, for keeping your scalp clean, and for making your hair grow. $1.00 a bottle. AM druggists. It r«>ur druggist cannot fipply you, apnd us one dollar and wo will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name of your nearest express oßoe. Address, i JC- AYEK CO , Lowell. Mass. Kolla. Sift a quart of flour with a teaspoon ful of salt and rub Into the fjour a tftblespoonful of butter. Dissolve a third of a yeast cake In a little warm water and stir it into a cup of fresh, blood-warm milk. Add a heaping tea epooufui of sugar and pour a,ll into tha flour. Mix to a sponge and set to rise for six hours. Stir thoroughly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 June 1903

Orcaa leUnd OICA Miss Anne Burk was Visitiup in the neighborhood last week. PloiVUCe Gray is away at Win loom. Her sifter Elsie is cooking la her place ul Craft's trap. jrtv T). Moore was in Whntconi l»3t week, bis brother Joe actiug a» post* tUKster during his absence. . .... H. K. Willis was a pas»ensor on the City of Seattle last week !<-.<,..'.vttchi k:in, where he Join* the steailit? Alas kan as second engineer. , . P. T. Mloxlioiii, of Falrh vt>n, hns bought the Eiiieh place j*t Olgaj also twenty acres from J. I). Mocire, adjoin* im; it. He expect* to nipve hu family over in about three weeks. Win. Eiiich and family ox poet to move to Whatcom noon, where Mr. Etucli will en^rm** in buniiiti*. Si Davit is at home for m few wp*k.«. Mr. l''>i-ir ha»alH«» ret v hied home and will remain during the slimmer. Mrs. E P. Morrow will close :\ suc .-•oM>fni term of four months' m^tiool <»n June ■_'!, with Bpproprtaiw exer«ii i s. The logging camp of Bam Moore on the farm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1903

Cbe San Jmr\ Islander VOL. XIII. } Satisfaction at 1 any cost | I Want \ \ Your Wool. • J Will pay * Highest « Market ' Prices. \ f N. E. CHURCHILL t 1 1 — * largest Store in San Juan ' County, +♦+++++++ » MtMHHIHH-f^ fffHlfHfHfft» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦4 jWhat You Pay > af 4 + For a thing is important, but what you get in + return for your money is ten times more im portant. In all lines of merchandise the best X costs more than the poorest. We don't keep + the poorest, but we keep the Best at the X Lowest Prices. ♦ •f , ♦ ■ . 4 * Loader In Dry Goods, Clothing, p A IET OET |\l ♦ Shoes and Furnishings % ■ r\m WEm I^l C» I^l t SQNE SHOES You should own and wear an lone Shoe— one of the best made; unexcelled at the price for quality of material, workmanship and style. Trice $3.00, no more, no less. Fine assort ment just received. G. B. Driggs >v -- — —- ~^^»m«miM«mMMM>^ttmi CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough and Dressed »,S, 1 SHINGLES |TEST "~ at Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1903

The San Juan Islander O. H. CILTU, Bdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. SEWS OF THE DAT Brief Summary of I** I*** Important Though not the I>enm Interesting, lUpp^ninjew of the "Week, Fro« All l*«rt« of the World. President Roosevelt hup created two new furcHt reserves in I" tali. Fbe crown prince of Sweden intends to visit the St. Louis exposition. General Kunston iv dewirous <>f i*n larging th>' cavalry oofli at Boise, [da. The Great Nortuern Jms secured the great ore dockn at West Superior, Wie. The Pacific squadron -v* ill take a nor thern cruise, visiting the Aleutian El ands. The Breaker*, the famous hotel at l\iiin BeZach, Florida, h;t> been des troyed by lire. The National Association of Canket makers hat increased the price o f coffin boxen 20 per cent. The famous Humbert family of •windien have been indicted, and wi 1 have to stand trial in Paris. One Officer and six men were injured by an explosion aboard the liritit-h cruiser Good Hope, at Gibralter. Boarke Cochran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1903

DISSOLVE MERGEB STATED NORTHERN SECURITIES WILL BE ABANNONED. uks of the Interested Koada to Be Returned to Original Hold ers .-Offlcials of the Company Re fuse Either to Deny or Confirm the Reported Intention. „ Sew York, June 15.—1t is stated by I jjew York American that the North n, gecuritfea Company will be volun l. iiv dissolved and that the stocks of Tf r. s,,rthorn Pa ific and Great North ' railroad companies will be distrib ' „,i among the shareholders. ln t i,is manner the properties men tinned will be returned to their form ovrners. That ■ proposition is being made for the dissolution of the Securi tiea company is declared by the Ameri u, to have been learned on the high lit authority, but officials of the com pany refuse either to confirm or deny the statement. ' It i s said, however, that the appeal now Lending in the United States sn reme court will be carried to its con jluaion bo as to establish the legal stat 'l,,j; ;l such companies by tthe court of last resort. Ih...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1903

San jfuan Islander Tin: ISLANDKB CO., Publishers. O. H. CUl.vi:k liilitor and 1 Manages Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second clans mail matter. S.iWr»,.tion Price, - »I-M> »'«"• Yi-»r j The Official Paper ol San Joan County. _* Clubbing Wit — To all Mibscril paying one year. in Advance (and arrears, if any) the follciv ii" , Mm i publications are offered^ to other with the [SLANDEK,attta« com bination prices quoted, vi/ : IM. \N Dl X .111.1 , ,' •<• $*.-:» tie Post-Intelligencer, semi-weekly, $2.00 Seattle Tituee weekly, ... - 1.80 Northwest Horticulturist ... - 1.60 New York Tribune Farmer - - - '-80 New York Tribune Kcvirw ... - I.SO New York Tribune, weekly, - - 2.10 Thtiee-a Week N. Y. World, - - -2.00 Toledo Blade, „----- 1.60 Detroit Free Press, semi-weekly, - - 200 S. P. Kxainiiier, weekly, . ".,'*/* -5° S. K. Bulletin, Sunday-edition, - ■ *-oo Chicago InU-rOcean, weekly, - »'5 St. Paul Pioneer rrcss, meekly, - »■«» Montreal Family Herald and Star - 2.00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1903

Ucat atid personal T ,, in plenty a^Fowle's. .^ Hea j qU arters lor Fireworks at PoWle's * o ld & Lii,'litheart have leased the Tourist hotel- Mr and Mrs. Geo. VV. Dlghtman are Siting i,, PoriJTownsend. Stuart island is to have anew school [ ,mp See notice of sale of bonds. i bouse, w Th ere will be no preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday. Pure California Port Wine $1.-50 per gallon at Wold & Lightheart's. * Miss Lettie Carter \b visiting her »unt, M's- Richards, > Port Town send. 4 /-• . The Sunday school hour at the Pres byterian church ha« beeu changed from 10 to 11:30 --game friends of Mr., and Mrs. C. L. Henderson, of Sportsman lake, arrived yesterday from Colorado. Weston Rhone bas bought ten acre* of land in section lß y township 86, from James Campbell and wife. ♦ ,' |. ls a. White, custom house boat nwn :it Tort Townsend, was a through BMMDger o" the Thompson yesterday. ♦ IfiM Nellie Sweeney and Miss Carrie Peterson are home from the Whatcom {formal s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1903

NLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER. . CHAPTER ll.— (Continued.) | "Very well, then. I went over to lunch j with Hastings, as you know, and after lunch we had a game of billiards, and ' then went Into the stables to look at the horses. And such horses, too! Well, af tor we had left the stable and chatted ■ bit, he ordered the chestnuts round, and ■ we started to come over here. How those horses did fret, and prance, and rear! Km .... took it as coolly as possible, and soothed and quieted them, until they went off like lambs. They continued very quiet j for out a mile, when we came to a pate, where .i girl was standing, and then they < shied and reared again, until 1 thought they would have upset us in the ditch. Hut Hastings was not a bit disconcerted; he held the reins with one hand, and with the other took off his hat to the girl as it she had been an empress. She was so graceful, and had such lovely eyes! I was anxious to know who she could be, and asked him. Guess, Flo, who it was." "How...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1903

No Hair? "My bair was facing out very fist and I was greatly alarmed. I then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling at once."— Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, O. The trouble is your hair does not have life enough. Act promptly. Save your hair. Feed it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. If the gray hairs are beginning to show, Ayer's Hair Vigor will restore color every time. $I 0» s btttit. All draulsts. If your druggist cannot supply you, ■end us one dollar and we will express tou a bottle. Be sure and give th« name of your nearest express office. Address, * * J.C. AVER CO., Lowell, Mass. The lot of the inferior and unprogres ,s]w nues is hard, but there is DO way o f protecting them against the march „f civilixatlon except -when strong [ }l ,\\, is differ as to the disposition of tii,. In ml occupied by them. For in- Itance, we can keep European politi cal ijrstemi out of South America, but ire cannot —or at any rate we have Dot tried to —keep Europeans from set tling in Bonth Amer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 June 1903

Lopez X&bnd i.oi*:;/ Bom, to Mr. and Mr*. <Jeo. ()rciit» | June 12. a boy. Ouy Kent made his parent■ a abort visit last week. Thos. Blake and bride have arrived from Toronto, Canada. Mrs. Nelson Gulp and her brother, Hurry Eastman, are home Irori j ua portes. A number of the friends of :4 r r.-i. .Mo- N illir gave her a BurpriH* f^itutday pvetiing, it being her birth<li.y. Mi-s Mildred Ireland cariie home from the Normal school at. Whateoni ■piui'lay for. the summer vncation. J. s (iron has bou:;ht ill- Ir.v Wood iltice and will move his family back ']♦■!'■ from Anacortea some time tliis week. Mrs. Lockwood and little daughter ■fl Friday for Wh:ttco;:i, where Mr. Lockwnod has employmeiii 111 m mar tel garden. Children's day wan celebrated by, Hie <J!ong relation nl church of Lopez island, Rev. I!, S. Ireland, pastor, both at lliclinrdson and Center, Hi* 1 Lopez Sunday .school. Mr. Muscott, superin tendent, attending and parUcipAting in Hi.' exercises at both places. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1903

Cbe San Jmn Islander vol. xnr. Satisfaction at any cost I Want Your Wool. Will pay Highest Market Prices. N. E. CHURCHILL • ■ % ■ 'At , , ,- t :=. 5 .' ■ ■■. largest Store in San Juan County. ►++♦+++ ++♦+++++♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦+• ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ++++++++++++++4 What You Pay For a thing is important, but what you get in return for your money is ten times more im portant. In all lines of merchandise the best costs more than the poorest. We don't keep the po6rebt, but we keep the Best at the lowest Prices. Loader in Dry Goods, Clothing, D A 1C" l\l C[T |\J Shoes and Furnishings I ■M. ULIN WC- I Tea and Coffee We can sell you as nice a tea as niost people care . to drink for 450 a pound. If you want some thing fancy we have it at 60c. We have coffee from 15c to 40c and can surely suit both your taste and your pocket book. , G. B. Driggs CHASE BROS- MILL COMPANY Is Prepared- to Fill Orders for all kinds of Rough and Dressed ,5, 1 SHINGLES IFIST1 FIST at Lowest Market Prices OmcTa^dMill at WEST SO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1903

The San Juan Islander O 11. ClLTl*. Xdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR \FASHL SEWS OP THE DAY Brief Sum»Murj •£ I*** l»p«rMU»t Though *»*■ ah* Ijmm Jk«t«wwttai«. Happ*«W#i * rt»* f»»'*k. FroM All Parts «f <*• W«*Wi. The I'rawr river rl.x.ds art* Klbtkiing. New York cotlin makcri are on a strike. Chicago will eppnd $3,000,000 for the erection ami equipment of second ary schools. Africander, 4 tol, won the Suburban Handicap at Sheepibead buy. The race was worth $10,000. Charlea Marrin, oorretpondent of Mm London Tin** in Algeria, lias been captnre<l by moantaiaeen. Major General Frank Wheaton, re tired, is dead, aged 70. A widow and two daughters survive him. The San Francisco Union announce* that U. 8. (irant, Jr., in a candidate for the Republican nomination for vice president next year. Pottmaster <;<-neral Payne is said to have nnderKoae a aevere Strain daring the poetoffice 1 investigations and it in feared he jnay hreak down. Charles S. Titus, champion amateur oarsman of America,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 June 1903

jUorrill Hall, the New Chemistry Building at State Agricultural College. Pullman, Wash., Juue 19.—Wednes ,iav witnessed the dedication of Mor nll ball, the new chemistry building at the state agricultural college. The building will be called Morrill ball in honor ot the late Senator Mor rill. of Vermont. It is of three rtoriet, 120x54 fe^t. The ha«ement ia of na tive hlne tttwltk rock, and the second and third ctoriee of brick. The build ing provides quarter* for all branches of chemk»l work and assaying. In the basement one large room and two (»maller on** are set apart for the chemical division of the atate experi ment station, and will be suitably equipped for the varioua k'nds of work involved in the investigations relating to agricultural chemistry. Adjoining the Urge station laboratory it a room to be uhh! for analytical work connecte GAMBLING LAW TEST. Fraternity at Spokane Already Tak- ing Step*. Spokrfne, Jane 19.—The recent arrest of Fritz Deitrich, accused of a felony by ...

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