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   Centralia News-Examiner, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1908, Centralia, Washington                             vs: CONSOUDATBD .a: 12, IW Ladies' fine handker- rice for Monday 12io Lading' white 'muslin lace and tucked yoke.high or lowneijk. Mondayjs price 69c A 20 per cent, discount on all Parasols and Umbrellas Monday only. Ladies' black silk hose on sale Monday only for a pair A 20 per cent, discount on every yard of dress goods in the house Monday only. Men's dress shirts, attached or detached cuffs, light 01 dark colors Monday's price 75c 5pc Suspenders, every style, heavy or light weight, dress or work suspen- der Monday's pride 29c A 20 pen cent, discount on all Children's Dresses, Monday only 50c Neckwear for in four in hand or teck, latest styles Monday's price 29c A 20 per cent, discount on every ladies' waist in the house on Monday only. bleachedidamask on sale Monday for 85e a yd. 20 ,cent, discount on ail embroideries, Monday only. Lie fesinfes acted _ MUI ffliffT WILL BE' P Co, Alls. ngPi nieiiiifi ilkiissed-SliOrV Llteii- ses will M! be Redoceti Choice of any Ladies' Suit im Monday Priee 1-2-off The city counclf met in regular ioa on Mayor F. H. ler in the eiecntiire chair and Oonacil- men Kent, Williams, Kress, SonneveW, Tilley, SearsVaod-Carr in their re- The bill of Drug Co. that was last week'jiirferred back tbe finance ordered paid; Theodly reporgilmt the street com- mittee had to rrjiie that considerable graVel bad on some ofitho business men and broken ness of the op Southwestern Washington, of the business and financial center, AIL' A. it possesses for i vices .t the T. T, P. Hi Jheqnestion c the avenoe wai.( the right'of-wjtarifoj thought they are''tiUii' definite and 1 loving the off issed-at length.: Ae would not grant a iae poles 'it waa 'to leave them where future date when ints could be made iBnently located in F. Hi MILLER, Proprietor ,'objnmittee of Elka.- re- illuminate the streets with strings of electric ligbta strung back and forth across the streets. The reason for this is that the Elks 'Will hold a big dedication Centralia about the midilln of Jn'y -and, visitors from all over tbe state are- ex- pected to be here at that tide. The council granted the 'request but the lights will be put up .before of July celebration and used for both occasions. J. 0. Mirschler petitioned f6r. permis- sion to build a two story frame'bnilliing on Tower avenue on the lots' 'formeily occupied by tbe Mead DndertakirJg 'ors. The bnilding is to be covered corrogated iron and the roof to, ba of tarred paper. The petition re- fiirred to the fire committee. The police committee was adthoriied t) make definite arrangementa'aboqt a jnnitor for the council rooms. The matter of traveling shqw licenses came up for discussion. Norris i Rowe wanted their license reduced from to (60. Tbe council thought of the time last year when the Ringlinft Bros.' license was reduced to (50. This shovt did more than damage to the crsssJ ings and streets. In view of this .fact the council passed a motion to the effect that hereaftei the ordinance regulating the licenses be strictly adhered to. The street committee was authorized to have the North Park cleaned np and put in shape so that bv the Fourth the place conld be nsed by tbe Visitors i for picnic purposes. Councilman Sears said that Uferk FW-flesult of taw w. crowd; the CentraUi.: Bu, brew the hooks into itan by a ecore of 8 to.Jii.bol Went a tuirnine Innrngs )ralia to do the itunt fr W at'the lasfhalf 6f.ll Dentrslla braced up and dnv MrsJ of L. J. Menerve. The lifting. Mn Booker biu lately totgcibnNiinvtendniioi with lout been n ftfjWlfr tnn pebbly ,D Mr, "Bpck. er been going to Cnehalla and other linoMhe located'hew. of Bnckbi- went' Racket Btora. Hn. Meeerre bid so fit tobeableto Wtob-.ljsr withoat aeen. Ae to IMTB Mewnre notiMd bcrtkka bolt af ribb- it- the by Meierve who pot ber bind down tei the and ppUed. oat thet ribboiu in hei, tione of innooance. carrying, out a warrant for h'ir, taken to the muihaPi "ottce. t tJbtiHnrity Heoae another TeWowy thkt won the wMS.twp men on fnbogh'outin tho field vfW from tny on it mond. The gmme. started in ftliher a (pi Cantralln, Stnth, flrit the visitors .hit to short atop safe on -Cola's wild i atoie KOred from Monnt'l hit tolelt fluid. Br Mont'i aaplratlohM 'w toSt ateal cocond.. .hitj Ij to. bar jind i to Her. A.priliBlniWi held. this .....Waity-haH to 'filled" ito: Baker's long fly; bat by Wyait'a throw. second and scorrf on Cole WM given a walk, third on error by, second. Teerow was safe Baker's error, but was Vcanght ;bj A number of. tbe m tbwdty i Eaton bad requested thai the conticil buy a couple of awnings to bepntfcn the front windows of his office In .the city hall. The warm weather of the past few days, he said, showed' that jthia would be necessary, as with'the blinds down the office was too dark and with them up the room was too warm( for comfort. Sean said that it wag onljt a taste of what Eaton would get in the future if he continued to vote'the Wm- iocratic ticket, .The matter was referred to tljo proper committee. The police co.mmittee ITS j ordered.; to look up the matter city and report at the hex! meeting jost what insurance the city carries what articles and buildings. reported that the overflow- of Hosa Bros.' ditch near, the slaughter house nes in .bad .condiUpn ,bnt tint with a little work cleaning .oat the brush this conld be remedied; Tbe offal.from the daughter: hoqte bad' col- Tected along this ditch the weather had began to make things smell a little. The street committee was'-ln- Btrncted to have the matter to at once. The telephone franchise of B. E. Clements was declared forfeited on ac- connt of non-conformity with .the conditions of the same. This oompiay li In the hands of a receiver. Tbe petition to ham Main streef paved wu again presented to the ponn? cil thta week amended M reqotited' kjt eoaiieil last week. TW petltiff rMde-.tovhare. tbe The city v en prbyement jinii reipwt at the ing of the council. Tte lowering of China' d cnasad'atleni trrtdil bers'of the couridl. Trie loltinthV tee to the. BeteniJ'of tbesottbantof tralia i hwrti efcpreated to subscribe to a (and to w. H. .and otttm to, bam afoofc mm.dttcb aMba Intenwrtioatol. M .have a bi( ol 'July been ip- bare full charge the. Intention to oin-' the second In tfiB In the second Itrong, evened oionedrbnt Waring. BsmeRenUeman while "trying tirpnr- oin-' referred to the street committee..' The, engiaaM'f i KW wm to im m ran- found it fairly pare and In the way cele- hai, ever bad. !.offe.re4 to pat. op the electric light strings that were used last year. Father will be an- u.-.ta.- C16b, was elett- at and ttlf hits j; E. Barfiw; Abe MoQraii; 896 SaBck who was sent went third on a wild throw. a little later when bant., Ward hit a at third Stntb wu oat on pop on second. Cantnilia regained the lead; the lant half. .Cola was given ticket, stole second base and scored on a: past ball and a safe nit by InOlympia's half of the runs were made on a combination of three bite, two errors and a sacrifice hit 'Olympla was again in the 'Mb five runs. In the 'fourth' went ont in one, three order'ei-7' oept Mount, who walked, lint'died first Centralia came back strong regained the lead, making three Waring, Whealdon and Brown, around on two bits, and two the Capital city boys. Olymr. ed another in the fifth, when Skinnar. singled, went to second on apart ball and score on Dodge'asafe bingo to field, just .out of reach of Centralia. again took the lead in. ihe last half of the fifth when Cole safe on Skinner's error, went tbe Presbyterian ehnrch next Bnnday morninsjinrtet awploesrof the; Sna- .n tAodip.on Bill preach at i- it f he aam'e service for Tbe mora- prdmptly; at Under- Iwt'weefc.and 'J. B. trark IN Tesrow's safe smash "to Kored on Thla was made one more rtn tied the scores. Centralia, came. strong and Dick Wyatt beauty along first bise'' line, aacorid'otta wild throw -and third-'oi Cole's infield bnnt. Cole beMt .y Wyatt scored on Teirow'a hit''aid thegeme. Ha'd it coold also have scored, as the bit: was easily good for two-bases.-. features of the game lin'n eenaatlomil atop of a Hnsr from Wyatt'a biV which looked good three baaee, Tedrow gloromed one with.. one baud that'brought tho crowd up etauding aad saved atleujt two rena. Tbe following ia tho score:   

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