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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

JPm^^|^BB^gJaPS^^F^yjB^^^Hff^^^^^^^^'^^^*^^P^^^P^^^^i^^^^^TP^^^^^^^^^Mj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^' *•'•* OLD TOWlf THIRST % PARLOR LOOTED IOF 3 $45 BY THIHF !>£j§mMS?Z COVERS M INMATB9 WITH t REVOLVER—^FOURTH BgC HOLDUP .. OP. - KIND ' WITHIN THRKB WKBKB. Tie fourth saloon holdup to oc rJSir^t* Tacoma wifhda ? the r past »*•» weeks took place last evri- at »:80 o'clock when a lone ■ indtt entered the' Reception" sa- M, North Thirtieth and MoCar *sr streets, through the rear door, iM4: op 3 the '< bartender » and eight -'matrons of the place, and made h'.s qdt after cleaning the cash regis f ter of Ms:contents, amounting to 146. Tile hold-up was performed Ila exactly similar fashion to the three m precedlnc ' robberies, U al though ■ the;: police i say that i the Bum's , description ' does not : ta-U? with any of the others.^~'^;a*'-y- JlrffAt the j time of the hold-up' Pa .; trolman Aune was sauntering >|f alone Thirtieth' street, direct...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

SECOND SECTION VOL. «. NO. 184 ROGERS GAVE AWAY FORTUNE BEFORE HIS DEATH OIL MAGNATE DISTRIBUTED ROPERTY AMONG CHILDREN FIVE WEEKS BEFORE DE MISE. NEW YORK, May 28.—Henry H. Rogers, the Standard Oil mil lionaire, gave away $16,000,000 In bonds, securities and cash five weeks before his sudden death. This was learned today from a business associate of Mr. Rogers, Who w&8 familiar with his .private affairs. The vast amount of money was divided equally among tils four children—Anne, now Mrs. ALLEGED "LOVE PIRATE" SUED fOR $50,000 JAMES H. LA PEARL ALLEGES MILLIONAIRE ALIENATED WIFE'S AFFECTIONS. CHICAGO, May 28.—Adrian C. Honore, millionaire bachelor, brother of Mrs. Potter Palmer and Judge Lockwood Honore, was named as defendant in a «ult for $50,000 damages, brought by . ruin's H. LaPearl, who charges ' the society man with being a "love pirate" and with alienating the affections of his wife and ruin ing his health and business. An air of mystery was thrown about the case. The co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

_^ STUPIWOfIS AND SENSATIONAL SALE Of the $50,000 Stock of High Grade Clothing, Furn |l ishing Goods, Hats and Shoes of the Robinson lip Clothing Co., Whose Store on Pacific Aye. Has Been Destroyed By Fire '■ TOMORROW IS ■ THE LAST DAY -;, '•, -'lj^^^.^»f " .■ ■ ' - . .. . ■ ■ . ■■' • ■ _^^^_v_^____" .'■■"':"'. ■"".".=*.■■:.■■;■■■..,•.?'"..■.."■•..■.,■•■'■'/■:■■ ' .:";•''■■■:•--■■ ■ ' ,_ ■ Greatest Presentation of Genuine Bargains Ever i^^t Offered to the .Public:: Will Be on that Day k ?'-■ : SEE HOW ? CHEAP EVERYTHING GOES We Have Arranged the Balance of Our Entire Clothing Stock j»^^^i FOUR BIG LOTS TO CLEAN UP AT ONCE / . LOT NO. l-Suits worth up to $12.50 -odd tf^O QC LOT NO. 2-Men's suits, aU sizes, all sorts of ((7 >| f? I^^ -11.1^ - , !L A0.03v ;flne fabrics; equal to suits you'd pay $17.50 for,: aVii^iL?l' fe lots left over from the sale. While they last. it r^l^^^"^^^- will all be bunched at. ;...*. ....... °..' Sir * ■™*#r. fc 1 LOT NO. 3— Big lot double and single bre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

flBU£ SB" '■ TO BUILD BIG CITY < AT PRINCE RUPERT IVANCOUVBR, liar !B—ln *c eprdano* w*th «n agreenmit ' be t#sen the government ,of British Columbia aad the ! Grand." Trunk Pacific j wall way. the S On* I Joint sale of town lots In Prince Rupert which was berun Tuesday will cMwe tomorrow night at 6 o'clock. ' WJteo the lota were - thrown on the market Tuesday an Immense MWh, sot in. purchasers having flocked to the city from every! part of the country. By Wednes day afternoon a total of $781,000 worth of property had been sold, and since that. time more than $200,000 worth have been dis- POBed of.;-.;".*:U:^ ; ;-i:;/'':' iv;: ) .': r AmeTiaan visitors have been the heaviest buyers *i throughout fc the sale. Each I party of the contract Is offering between 1,000 and 2, --000 lots, selected from All parts of the tovnslte, so that practical ly every block in the city will be represented. at- the sale. % Prince Rupert, which to destin ed to be one of the most Import HAMILTON TO FACE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 May 1909

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 May 1909

y J^L b^L^^t^T w^y v 0 a % % n^j|f/ji Jb.4j-^j W sl^^^"i«tj* 1r m w '■■ <*** x JLt&MJVTI d 17Aini*f&^> For Sitmrner 'Read/it* JL ftp, X •"•r^J^CilS^Sl?^S THE ONLY AMERICAN CORRESPONDENT "" WITH COL. ROOSEVELT IS REPRESENT ING THE UNrfED PRESS—THAT'S WHY THE TIMES GETS MOST NEWS CONCERN ING THE GREAT AFRICAN HUNTING TRIP. VOL. 0. MO. 185 VAST MULTITUDE IS STIRRED BY GREAT MILITARY PAGEANT SHRINERS CAPTURE CIIY 1,000 Nobles Here From All Over Northwest To Hold Great Celebration Dne thousand Shrin«rs, comt»rls 'Mg delegates from more than sixty cities and towns in the Nortthwest are In Tacoma today to participate In the annual assembly and initia tion services of the famous lodge. Early this morning the nobles started their festivities and until late tonight they will be the busi est people in the city, entertaining out-of-town guests, parading, re ceiving fellow lodge members, and anally, this evening, taking a large class of novitiates on a journey across the white-hot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 May 1909

■HV*ATt«»AT t MATa» TOD ATS SPORTING WEWS CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT ON THIS AFTERNOON. IBMON AND IIVIiANO BOTH IN PINK OF CONDITION FOB THE FRAY. Facto About '■ the ' Fight. The prise—For Hyland, if ;{4#iS'Wlns,tSU» lightweight [ - Ofcanvplonshlp ;•-■ of ' tine ~* world , ' and ;*» guarantee ;• of $1,500. For Nelson, if he wins, reten . tion of 1 the I lightweight | title: and $5,000. i-=,;^:;^. :'■''■-:'t::'•.■:- y; The 'S| guarantees ;In , both cases [ are . fixed, win, lose or draw. ixmgth of ii the C battle— Forty-five i rourida. u;,.',-,%-4^pS i. (B7 United I Press - Leased Wire.) frx. BAN P FRANCISCO, May 29. — -'Before what promises to be one of the biggest crowds that ever turn redout at the Mission arena. Bat tling i Kelson f this g afternoon I will :| 4«fjad P the t,*?>; lightweight ~:l title I against Fighting Dick Hyland, one l at ( the sturdiest and gamest; little I men i California lias developed ' 'a lywu**^^ V '£? ~t% '■'"? -'-' *: V.-:A '^ ■' •■; ftw Before noon the fan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 May 1909

INDICTMENT AGAINST MAYOR IS QUASHED OOCRT RULES THAT CHARGES AGAINST LINCK WERE NOT DRAWN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAW. Mayor John W. Llnck's demur rer to the Indictment returned against him recently by the grand Jury was sustained by Judge Easterday, of the superior court, yesterday afternoon. This means that the Indictment which charged Uwi mayor with nonfeasance by ■anctioning the operation of a re stricted district in Tacoma, was signed before the jurors had se cured sufficient evidence for the action, In that it did not specify TWO TRAIN BANDITS ARE IDENTIFIED AUTHORITIES HAVE! MEN WHO HELD UP UNION PACIFIC KHAR OMAHA—HOYS TO GET REWARD. (By United Press Leased Wire.) OMAHA, Neb., May 29.—Fred Torgenson and W. D. Woods, ar rested here on information given by three boys about 8 years of age, were yesterday Identified by the engineer and fireman as the robbers who held up the Union Pa UNION PACIFIC MAY OPEN UP NEW THOROUGHFARE TO THETIDEFLATS The Union Pacific railway de sires to c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 May 1909

PAGE 4 <>«lt.|'usiju>.kvbrV AP*r«»HooN rxobpt sundat bt thb taco«| SrEinPirt*"** RY/E TACOMA DAILY TIMES r».T I nicn bvjbrV attbbwoow bxobpt ibhdat by ibb tacoma I jHTHSII-j!?*—. rt TINBS rVBLISHJNU COBPANY. S??J?Jf n_, ■__ cmmrt a* Ornta DMfl.ll FC ■ lulum Offk m Umim TSS-AITM $&z2Btissa <^g^> PHONES, sa,^l^?^ %t «HB' TIMES OBTAINS THE OOMPIiETH ' TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY Tffl V UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. I*, They've an Aldrich Over in England Now J.^Ssr All England Is stirred up from the Orkney Isles to Land's End over revenue and taxes. Just M United • States ita.^vSr^i^a-^v.v-v'.:•„■;' ■;/~';\f. SB2# England j has Ia " great : deficit, just r at '. the ; United States at the beginning of June faces one Of $180,000,000. „,.,, , -,■,.." *• •-, ■ -X 3sgsS England I would raise money by an Internal !|W.%Her deficit Is now $80,000,000. They call : the Internal; tax Lloyd \ George's red flag budget, \ i taking I the j name { of ■ the " chanc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 May 1909

DJNIfIE SPOTLIGHfI WnfflWandGOfSlPorivm STAGS AT THE TACOMA. 'A MESSAGE FKOM MARS" TONIGHT "A Message From Mars," which will be given at the Tacoma th« tter this evening. Is radically lifferent from the average com edy drama of the present day fas iditms American stage. Proba >ly the greatest differing feature s the plot—the passion about which la woven the story of the play. "Selfishness" is the cen :ral passion. The play U built on !»> abnormal selfishness of one man, and the plot has been made is strong and even much stronger than the every-day love plot of most love plays. The play has received great at tention wherever It has been pre sented. It was played at^the" Gar rick theater In New York for two consecutive seasons, after a con tinued run at a London theater. A.nd for three consecutive years It has been played continuously In the various cities of America. The play's success has. It may be Bald, been nearly phenomenal. .A quantity of special scenery Is used In the pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 May 1909

B T AOT «, SATURDAY, MAT «• i fLOSIONOFOIL CAN COSTS LIFE WOMAN KILLED AND TWO DAUGHTERS PROBABLY FA TALLY BURNED. (By United Press Leaned Wire.) MOUNT VBRNON, May 29. —A terrible accident occurred here yesterday morning when Mrs. Jacob Anderson was burned to death and other members of the family were seriously injured. Mrs. Anderson had taken up a can at ooal oil to aid in building a fire FOUR PRISONERS DIG THEIR WAY TO FREEDOM THLOUGH A BRICK WALL MARYBVILLE, Cal., May 29.— Four prisoners escaped from (he Tuba county jail here early today by breaking through the ceiling of their cells and digging their way to freedom through a solid brick wall which surrounds the prison yard. Posses are on the trail of the escaped men, but an •11 day chase failed to result in j"ttelr capture. The escapes are Charles Morrell, who was serving six months; Roy Cougar Steals Ride on Stage and Causes a Runaway SPOKANE, May 29 -While Grant Turnbull, a driver for ■ Newport livery firm, was driving a stage...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 May 1909

REAL ESTATE fc fl \ BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOMBS — ACRB Pick Your Lots In BOEDER'S ADDITION South 40th street and McKinley avenue, end of Me . Kinley Park car line. u.:::j;oßTjETjii_...^ «ti»; y ¥t i !5" 1 v r r «• -—1 h—— „ |— V ■;' aft. ji 11111 ii 11 ■ ..m .JlHH'aßp^H^aPfe The "Closest-in" Addition on the Market Cars every, 10 minutes; no transfering; every lot cleared and grubbed; abstract and attorney's opin ion with every pair lots;no taxes to pay for two years. • ' Lots Sold on Easy Payments. U OTTO B. ROEDER, OWNER - Office on the Grounds. 1130y 2 Pacific Ay. Room 502 Four Acre Orchard and Berry Home at Simmer Just out of city of Sumner we have listed an Ideal garden and berry . home, 200 bearing trees, an aero and a quarter of red raspberries, a substantial 6-room residence, fruit house, berry pickers' house, barn and garden. Implements. Prlea $4,200; half cash. . Will trade for farm, value not over $5,000. A. H. II MlMilsl I, COMPANY »5254 Pacific aye. t M.'7200; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 May 1909

>Aqm a, sattbpat, may f HOWES ALL TO U. S. SAYS IJIGHI Admiral Declares at Banquet In Taeonift Hotel That Mikado's Land Wm Awakened by Amer ica—Old Man Is KflVc Cually Burled. The ghost of old Mars was laid effectually last night as far as Tacoma is concerned. T. Tanaka, the Japanese consul, In apprecia tion of the efforts ot this city to welcome his countrymen and for th»«ol«bration of the birthday an niversary of the empresß of Japan and the historic vlotory of Admiral Togo over Russia, brought togeth er 100 of the officers of the Japa nese squadron and the leaders iv the city and state who have par ticipated In the festivities of the week in a big banquet. 'The event took place at the Tacoraa hotel. Any suggestion of war between the two nations after that dinner GREAT WHEAT CAMPAIGN PASSES INTO HISTORY; PATTEN IS VINDICATED (By United Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, May 29. —May wheat Of 1909 went Into history today, marking the end of one of the most bitter fights ever waged be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1909

"A Million a Mmute" In The Time* Wednesdu^ THE ONLY AMERICAN CORRESPONDENT WITH COL. ROOSEVELT IS REPRESENT- • ING THE UNITED PRESS—THAT'S WHT THE TIMES GETS MOST NEWS CONCERN ING THE GREAT AFRICAN HUNTING. TRIP. VOL. «. NO. 186 BIG CROWD GO NG ID EAR Many Tacomans Will Wit ness Opening of the A.- V.-P. Exposition Tomorrow At noon tomorrow. President Taft will press a golden key, form ed with the first gold nuggets taken from Alaska, and an electric flash will sweep across the con tinent and swing open the gates at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific fair at Seattle. A great crowd of Taco iiiiins will be in the fair grounds to witness the opening ceremon ies. Seattle is radiant in decoration, the Orient mingling Its golden tints with the brilliancy of the Oc cident, and every preparation has been made for the inaugural cere monies which will be replete with oratory and music. The exposi tion is complete, the exhibits are alf in place and the opening will be celebrated in royal style. Monster P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1909

wmmmm TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS WF'nur Dinvr ULlul » *w^rnllllt ■EIGHIM.SI ITCHEL - PAPKE F GHT IN f (Bt United Press Leased Wire.) KiiN|: FRANCISCO. 'I May 1 31.— toy Ketch*! | and ■ Billy Papke »«)' settle their longstanding dla |«Btt*^*(»ir«rl3 tthe middleweight lpionshtp of : the world in a >und fight at Ooffroth'a Mia n arena 1 here July, 5, accord tag ,to so " announcement • made \ today |t#Jita*' promoter. The if Articles iron siened last ni#hi by 1 Willis •rrtt and Ed. Papke, managers for UkO fighters. Baob man is to , weigh m at 158 pounds four hours fcetore the light and forfeit money f«tlfs.ooo * side is to stand as a Wt and go to the winner. i >.;s |jfiTke*puree; Is to be 60 per cent -of the «roe» receipt*, 76 ) per," cent to the] winner J and 25 per oent to the loser. *; -^ • £■"■*, Doth coate»t*n*B j are to be :la Sao 1 Francisco by t June }18 \ and (^neither of ,them is to engage in a %#sWjj» bout after June 10. The referee Is to be chosen by Jane 18 and will be eit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1909

STATUE OF HONEST ABE IS UNVEILED SON OF GREAT EMANCIPATOR PARTICIPATES IN CERE. MONIES IN HONOR OF HIS FATHER. : .•": ;? - , ;; -1-— __^^ - "... - (By United Prers leased Wire.) HOGDENVILLE, Ky., May 81. —Robert T. Lincoln, son of the great emancipator, participated to day In the ceremonies at the un vellng of a bronze statue of his father in • the public square here. Colonel Henry Watterson deliver • ed the principal address, and Mrs. Ben Harrin of Louisville, halt ale STAMPEDE CAUSED BY RICH STRIKE EXCITEMENT INTENSE AS RE SULT OP BIG FIND IX ALLE GHENY MINING DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA. (By United Press Leased Wire.) NEVADA CITY, Cal., May 31.— A stampede of prospectors into the Allegheny diistrict started to day, following the report of a strike of $100,000 ore in the Red Star mine. Thto is the fourth mine in that district which has un covered ore running $100,000 in One Past two months and excite ment is intense. The strike in the Red Star was made In th« 2,100 --foot level and app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1909

Kjg|||||p|||S||£i \W THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES I JtaLMUmtw-l-mmai-BVBit aw»»oo» MXCBPT W7WPAT »T T— tacoma f 9**™*!-***.- SToKr* "•«■■» «v—»■ rtMmil rxsMMtntma gompamt. j £?*K"?? C" ■* I HSSpaVm I »»««—4 ■« th» t——. wZiC r—f m— — ■—»« c— «■««» ( tacoma. I TO__ • ' | ■„ , n.-,i mi Ct«t« DHAUFCi awlsMi'Oaili Mala TB»-AJT«« 1 ■ vnsnt OBTAINS THB COMPIiBTR TEIiH GRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THJB ■ v» n»» ""AMJ" OTtITKD p RE gB ABBOOIAT IONS' LEASED WIRE. iafe Philippine Secrets t^Slprof.' Frederick Starr is a well-known man— on*, of the best known of all war anthropologists.. He as in the Philippines for several months as a member of a government expedition. ■He - was; {•ported I recently as having asl&i'&&i-**?*&'--;-!*W, ms^Ten thousand inhabitants of the Philippines |ll»tlfnm cholera, and the outside world did not %&***>■ anything about It. . But the United States i ■IWIBIMI does not want you to know anything Sit wilt pot a truhful aspect on the Philippine sMM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1909

WILL GIVE KERMISS AGAIN TONIGHT APIiKNDIIi HOME TALENT PRO. DUOTION TO 818 REPEATED —DANCE TO FOLLOW PER FRMANCE. If you missed youir opportunity last week to witness the Kerm.'ss, don't fail to see the remarkable spectacle tonight, far It is the tat chance you will have. Respond ing to the popular demand, and reducing the price of admission to a most 'reasonable figure, the pa- Uonessea of the KJrmeea have de cided to repeat last week's suc cess at the armory tonight, and a performance that will excel Its PARK BOARD ELECTION SET FOR TOMORROW FOUR CANDIDATES FOR OF. FIOK OF PARK COMMISSION KR—POLLS OPEN FROM 1 TO 7 O'CLOCK. The park board election • U. chose a successor to A. M. Oats, whose term expires this month, 111 take place tomorrow. Fov candidates are la the race, A. M. Craig. W. W. Seymour, R. M Bennetts and H. Q. Scott. There will be one polling pla.v ln each ward as follows: First ward — Engine housw. North Twelfth and J. "• Second ward — YulH's drag MORE STREET CAR LINES ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1909

9 AOI C moitoat. mat M QUEER TANCLE OVER STOLEN AUTOMOBILE MISSING MACHINE * AND fe! SIM -?is ILARITY jOF TWO I WOMEN'S m NAMES £•« CAUSE Mi STRANGE ft COMPLICATION. g?srsy.-i ■.- f.* V S^Q^|*K¥— —^^^-»^> i.-'-;--''; ■■ i (By United 5 Press 5 li*«ed'; 'Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, May 81.— ; 'A ■; missing j automobile, j a j peculiar ' similarity In a the names lof i two !women living >in ; opposite ends of the ' state, and whose | automobiles bear - the | same f registered : number, and an energetic chauffeur are the complicating elements In an affair that ; threatens i to (make I gibbering Idiots of the detectives of the San Francisco i police department. Lr^jA month ago the Stoddard-Day ton touring ■ car belonging to 11. C. Keyes, a wealthy natural gas mag nate lof 1 Sacramento, was g stolen, and a reward of $300 offered for Its return. R. C.! Oof ford,* a chauf feur of Oakland, heard of the case and' while in this city on business yesterday, thought he recognized the Keyes machin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 31 May 1909

flarkets - V-.- ■ i- r \Vl»eat. ' , Export—Bluest em. $1.24; club, 91.14; Red. $1.09. k ■ restock. Steers—Choice, 6c; common, 6 '©5%. Cows, 6c; heifers, 5*4 c. >' Sheep—Ewes, 4%c; wethers, 6@7c; amlis, 6c. COMMISSION HOUSE WHOLE BALE PRICES. 2, BUTTER—W&shint'on cream ery, 2 »c; California, 26@27c... ." —Washington ranch, 2fie. CHEESE—Tillamook, 17® 18c; Diamond Brick, 21c; Wisconsin full cream 20c; Oregon brick; 17c; Swiss (domestic), 18c; Llmt-urger 19c; Block Swiss, 18c; Roque fort, 1-lb. dos.. $4.76; Edam, $9.25; California, 16c. FRESH FRUlT—Apples, local. $191.25; YaVlma, $1.50@2.25.j bananas, lb., sc; dates, Hallowil, j bulk, 6%c; Fard, per I'b., 8c; figs, California, 10-II). boxes, 75c; 25-lb. boxes, $1.15; Malaga 1 crapes, $7.60; Tangerines (box).) $1.00; grapefruit, box, $3.50; limes, doz., 15c; lemons, fancy,: $3.75; choice, $3.00; oranges,! fancy, $2.7 5; navels. $2.00 2.50; Camella, : $2.65; pineapples, Ha ■wall, $3©5; Florida, $5 crate; persimmons, box. $1.25; st...

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