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25 fes h THE SEATTLE STAR, pike .so
VOL. 1.
SHAMROCK
IS DISABLED
In the Second Race, Which Took
Place Today.
HER BIG TOPSAIL CARRIED AWAY
Columbia Sailed Over the Course Alone, as
Provided in Joint Agreement.

• llli'.m.AMi.< K. J., Oct. U.-Flush«U with victory, th* Ml*" ♦
♦ or» nf th. Columbia w»r* early astir thu morning examining th* ♦
• >-•«. hi to »*•• thn no part wa* at rained or 'u-ok.-n In th* rac* of ♦
♦ yesterday. Like activity »«» disputed <>•> tta Bhamrwk. A ♦
♦ rattling yachting i»i«-«»- wu bin* Ing, with a velocity of 10 or '- ♦
•> knot. per hour. Th* In* and hale had almoal completely lifted. ♦
♦ The r.» .-r« fft !.-r iln- •larllim point in.i. i tow about »a m. ♦
♦ letting today showed th* result of the Columbia* vhiorq. Th* ♦
• odd* on in* Yankee boa! «rrr« lOto t, *
0 Th* Martin* signal waa given .>i 11.01 a. m. Th* Hhamroek ♦
♦ rr >a*r.l th* tin* Brat. Th. Hh*mrwk'» tinmen** topsail, "' which ♦
♦ •■> much ha* bf*o written, waa n -i»t.-.1. Her lead over MM ttM ♦
♦ «•»• ■ g".»t one. Thro* buata' 1.-", n « **—«tir«l la **paraM» IN- rar- ♦
♦ *r* Art«r rru*aln*> th* line th* rhal:eng*r ui'l la outfoot BM ♦
• rival, Instead of outpointing- h-r A f»w mlnuif* aftrr th* ■tart, ♦
• Cnhitnbta began to .it dawn th» sh.mi.. » « ' «-I •'■' *■'* '■"'■ ♦
• Jolntlns h»r. Th* wind «a* |i"'"ii »tr»n«*r in minute. an-1 ♦
• it Iliti m. the Sfc»mr<,.-k • club topsail w*» carried *«a<| Tin. ♦
♦ Pritt*h Immedtatrly turned about ami started for horn*, (Vlum- ♦
♦ Ua «pt>»«'«-1 to b* slightly In trs.> l»*d w>-»n th* accident ur. ♦
♦ curr*d. C urn*:* continued to salt around th* coura*. I'nder th* ♦
♦ agreement entered Inl ■■» by the a****! It Ml stipulate*! that ♦
♦ abouid either ... b* ai.»i.u~l. th* «nh*r Mi ahtnil-i mil ilw ♦
• roura* alon*. Columbia turned th* firm mark at ll« p. m. Th* ♦
• extent of th* damage to th* Bhamf la not yet - wit. but it i» ♦
♦ doubtful If ah* will b* abl* (» i ac* tomorrow. ♦
♦ Th* yachts rot across th* lln* ■ n MM!) *v*n term* anil start- ♦
♦ ♦ ! on th* li>-ml!r **II mi (h* taißta Th* Hhamrotk hal l«a»l ♦
♦ not mor« than half a lmrth, an 1 had th* weather berth; but th* ♦
♦ Columbia ate ml her win I. and within a rnlnut* fortwd h*r to ♦
# tack. •
♦ Th« rar» for th* nrxt M mlnutM waa a b««ullful »lillt- Th* ♦
• wind *t*«4lly ImlwiKJ, art Upl«n> wUh, nuvtwd M Mint. •
♦ that h- mlcht bar* a MM •■■-«-. «aa ra|44ly bftna- tall ♦
♦ At II M lb« yarbi* w*r» (rolnlt thrt«u«h th- waf»r MM ararwl ♦
' ♦ ninaln* nor»ra. They w«rw null •im"*t no MM t*rm*. ♦
9 Suddtnly !.s»r* «w a ■*■ of *""' and th* hoc* ftub-aalt of ♦
♦ th* Shamrock •hlvervd. r.1!..) ui-. and th*n ram* down with a ♦
♦ rum*> flUtlns Into tf» b»;ly of th* main-mil ♦
• A try of con*t*roati»» went op. Th« Bhamrock'a •<t>m»»t ha>l ♦
• • *napp*<l oft rloan. If lirM »ix)« th* top of ih- main ma»t. ♦
♦ Th* (thamrork'a t*nd*r cam* up. Mi taking th* Hiktmrock in ♦
. • tow, *iart«4 for bnnt*. ♦
♦ No "ft* on board »a» hurt. The Rhamrork'a m»n apent th* ♦
• r*»t of th. day •tvwlnc a nan t.|>m«»t and pr*partß« for tomor- ♦
• now* ra«*. Th* rhalt«>nr*r< pt«rot*d a *«rry afcM «ft«r th» ♦
" • rr»»h Th- ■Hnnbl* tut* h«r el>*ao»«*f a»aTiil— a •*. «
■■ • "etatnV r-^r ah* uan*<iilately took to h»r babr Jib and I [>••!•. ♦
•> th»r»by «uinf th» atratn on th* ' [•"»«• •
• Th* i\tluntM> aallcd rt»ht on- Th» wln/1 .T>ntinu»« In blow ♦
• »trtvr« Aft*r <! ■■ Columbia n>and*d tb* flr»t 'urn th* prtwpecu ♦
0 for flmatiln* within <!.- llmo-llmlt "- --I ♦
9 Th* Olumhta went around th* • •■ood rtak* at It; ♦
• Th*l CnlumMn f)n:« at IS*, and. aa ah* MM th* lln*, ♦
• th» wir>r.*r of tb* »-r«n-l rac*. th* f«rur«lon t»«ii», MMIH and ♦
♦ all th* rrafta In forth a blast of «*>•«'•• that mu*l hay* »iirt» I ♦
♦ tr* nrart* of th* Columbia* tni'.or*. ♦
• TH* Columbia rrnawd tt>« anlak Una within th* tlnw-llmlt, ♦
'0 th*rcby «mmr.| th« tic. ♦
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• A n«w National Guard r-«im-tii, and poaatbly r^orcanliktlnn ♦
♦ ef th* militia. t>riranlsa:i'>n of II Itata la proposed by moat nf th» ♦
•> o<&e*T* aivl aonut "1 Ib* men o( the first Waahlncton. It la pro- ♦
• poani to oftmli. a rta"irrwn! of th* National Ouard with m*n of ♦
0 th* Firm Waahlncton aa aMi • ua, and to admit »* oth*r* aa ♦
• win Jin. ♦
0 Th* rcorcanitatlon of Ih* National Ouard mlcht follow, but it ♦
• If not a n*c**atty. Tin nun of th* r»a"!m»nt wh« <I"iMr» to r*'*nl*r ♦
•i th* a*uard hay* no particular d^alr* M r»»ir««Dii« th* tiurl it ♦
0 <a to bar am any of th« c»tnpanl>-« now In ni>i>r« and wmiM ♦
• almply rather MM a new r«jtim»nl. a»'i»ir;;on:n« a •••mpany ♦
0 to *ach of th* cltlca rrpm>*nt*d In tun pr*a*nt rrirlnwnt, • »-n ♦
0 lob* mtHttml out of en lv. ♦
•> Th» r»irtm»ni *a» tar 1 larc*ly of iu«r!«m»n and many of ♦
0 Uvm had be*n m*mb*r* of th* military orvanltatlona far a*v*ral ♦
• year*. Th* *xp*rt*nc* In th# T'hillpplnMi ha* Dot dampened th*lr ♦
• ardor or ■■#■ them with to Intve th* a*rvlc* of th* «tat» In- ♦
• a'^.i>i th*y want '■• com* b*rk. ♦
0 Amnna: lonia of th* oßlcrra who ar# anxlnua to a»^ur* a n*w ♦
• r»«tm<Ti<. ttjrr* I* a f^etlna* that th<i r-nin.-tit will hay* to wait un ♦
0 til l*a"lfla!l>n la a»'-nr«-l h.-f>r« the rrirtment «• "ill b* f •rm'-l. A* ♦
mV th* men themaplvea fret. It would Ml Impoaalbl* to ua* a part of ♦
0 th* fund* for th« nj(>i><>rt of a new reclmrnt. ♦
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♦ T>'Nlm>.V. Curt. 17.—^Th* *xtraoTdlnary aawalon of parliament •
• op*n*<] today. Th» que#n'a »;■.-' f» van -|.■%•>•. >j rxrluvlvefy '" *
* th* Tran«va«l trouble. 8h» urjf-'l th* Immediato a'.ren(thenlnir *
» of th» I'.rttlnh forraa In South Afrlra. *
•> Th* IMMNMi «v>n>lltlon of '>• BrilWl fore* ■) Maf'klnc la **- *
• rttl»( all rr«li«n<l Lard ftalintjury'a fourth aon la with ih« rm- •
♦ piUionrd rarrlaon; «!•• l*<ly Bjrah \%'il»in. »ho. with htr hu«- #
• ban.l. t» th*re. 8b« l> th» aunt nf th- Dak* of &Uriliorourh. *
» Ther* are aewral other hlirhly ronn«H-ti-d p*r»>in«. mm*™ k»v» *
» Imi) aent to do everythln* to li« ■!• ttw-m. •
» Th* prwarloua condition of thw lintmh troop* thrratened on *
* all »Wwi by overwherminir f"rc*a of r...r«. la rati*ln«- th* h"m» *
• *overnment to hurry forward rfllnfornrnrnta an rn|:l"lly aa i«.a- *
• albl*. Within th* next clx day a It tr.in«i»Tta will'anil from *
♦ F.nKland. carryln* lt.ooo ufftrtrt »n'l m»n, and much artlllrry »nd *
♦ supplies ♦
* A Central N"»i denepatrh reP'-n* that Sno MM and 1« Ilrlt- *
* lab wer* killed In an enraio-nvnt at llitrrklnc. *
♦ . Britlah aoMlera on armon-d tr»l". vhllf roronnolterlnif n»nr »
* Hpyro»i*4n, eniratted the i ■--• kllllns fir* and wounding ■••vcn. *
»V There were no Hritlah caaualtlr*. A
♦ Tb* ci»«uli 'ii Mafrkln* l«»i> In > nrtM »i thla >rnln« Tr*> •
*v battl* pr ■ w.i... i «tublx>rnly, the H'x'ra attiirklnc on th* north of ♦
tfr th« town. They were rfpulsod throe tlniin. They, however. r»- »
♦ nrwr-l th* hmiili for the fourth Him-, when CronJ* ram* >!•• from «■
* the aouth with artillery. The Dona lad Inat 12 VIM"! up to th- *
Mr hour when thla d<'»p«lrh wna 111' I *
♦ Advlrea from Pretoria aay lh«t heavy fighting occurred at «
♦ Mafrklns on Baturdny and Kunday. The lirltlah rorcea retired #
# towarda the eMj after the *«-<>n'l mtark. but returned later and •
* rraumad the ena:«trem*nt. Three liurgh«ra were killed and live *>
* wounded In the vartoua flirhta. Ilefu««*» frrmi the Trannvaal who *
# hay* arrived M I/Ore'nzo Hal It* rcpOfi tii<t th* i •••ra wor* re- ♦
■> pulMil at MaMktMl In th* Mil] ;i»-lit«. (urrcrlng heavy loaa. •
0 -»-■ ♦
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NO POSSIBLE STAMPEDE TO DEWEY
+ NKW YORK, CM 17.—The fiiJ-nrtiitif Pr»»!<l«nt McKlnl<-y arc *
♦ In no ftar of « «lam|i»<l» In lh>- Itfpuliit'-an national convention *
♦ ne*t year to Admiral Vrvy, tvyn sliouM th« n'imlml'» ii' lln - ♦
♦ atlona r»gar<lln« the presidency und n « chnn»ti». ♦
♦ A BIOM fr".• 11' lOf th« prm;.li.nt oayn that If lifwi'y'i BOOM be *
♦ 1.r.-«wr,:~! tr> <h* convontltn ifo HoKlnlty paopla will K'lll Maty] •
♦ by the PN|M< Thcro rfln. UP '" ■ '"' '"" • -ncra! Hmmtlil *
V (.bout th« matter, ami «h*>uM the dplcKalni l»! Instructed '"' "■' *
♦ pr««Wlenl he will '''• nomliunUid. it
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MA'lll.l, VVAMIIKUTON, TI'MSDAY KVKNINU, (M'TOIIKK 17. lMtM>.
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♦ W.ABIIINIITMN, 1). ('., (K-t. ♦ !
♦ 17.—lti» llrttlnh government haa ♦
♦ Informed the Him. departmrnt ♦
♦ of Urn ailhealnn to tic tiuidua •
♦ vlvrmll iipun th» AlUltU iHiuti'l ♦
♦ ary. Tina i- an»ther wav .r ♦
♦ auylmr that Hi. CHnadlan ■>■ ♦
♦ thorltlii h«v» iixnihi. ■! to the ♦
♦ temporary arrangem**!)!* pro ♦
♦ piMHil l>y f--• ii inly Hay, an aa •I
♦ to avert a rlaah In Hi* dlapul«U ♦
♦ territory, Hay la nivi. ii *• i■' «-■ I ♦
1 ♦ over iii oulfoin*. ♦
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-s CITY NEWS. %
Warranta were |j»m-l by Judi*
Cum ihia mornlnc tor Mm affoai of
William llelund, Dtva IMak* and T.
Clancy, iih'luil Ihem with \l"lat
, liiic the Hair law i.v keeping their
a.it«ona op»n «m ButiJay. Th* r<>m
plaint* •■■!•• BWOm by It. v LMWI ].
lawyer, of Hi. North Hrattle llap
tint rhurrh. arid ulh«r rcprraenta
tit. •of the Via'i M..1 ■«.« ]•-,>» !>■■ Ar
thur C. Ja< k»»n. Am".ii i: i!rimi>«. i
Ilev. Imu\* 3. ft»wyer, on 1 ft . i ii
other* railed upon ti;-lit» <'«lill tin*
iii'.rnii:tt. Aft»r i... iihk- Ih* n>m
plalnta the Jurtee • r-1.-i. I hi* fl*rk
tndraw th* a*atTanls, and they wcr*
aervvd by ■ i illy Bheriff Wllaon. I
Th* . air* hay* Ml art down for
hearing tomorrow uu>rninr.
l*'.<i aeveral mr^itha paat tiM op
ponenta to th* u«l«v aalooo hay*
■Mai •videavortna' 1.. «"■' the pi>.»«
•'itiiilt altorn*y'« MM ti tak* ac
tion In tl« mailer. l*»tltlona wer*
prevented, 111 filially proavculur
Mc»:irn» derided to llaten to th* ar
(uiiuiit a] the l*agu* and bat* th
law rtif..r•'<■■!,
Complaint* ha»» *la-> been fllnl
airaln*i William M<-Atll<- l« M>-
Namara Bad Charle* Xmith They
will M given a b*«rtng later.
For de«ttl* and'virlnlty.—Tonight
J ai>l «>.tfH-».|«y. fair: tight t.i frrah.
•outh '■■ w«*t «lnda-
Italn ha* fallrn In Wachlnrton.
«»r. r -». Idaho, Montana, Utah and
Nwthern California.
•• « •
!nt*r**t In th« romlnc arhool *ler>
th>n la Irw-rravtrif dally. Tb* bonk*
thla morning *how»d that 111 had
regtatered up t> I o'rlnrk lan night.
Mr* tiertha riper Vrnea. ■>>.■ had
ha. nf Ih* rrgtartratlon ban 111 laft
year, la again In rharg*. It haa been
• •il |>M John <•• hram and II I
Hulmea .■■ protiabl* randldal** 10
th* *l*ctlan ■■( •> b»ol director.
• • •
Th* ••mmlttrr on hoapltaftr for
ltw» rr4unt»»r»* j.tlvn aa» «-nm.
pl*t«>i a raaraa of alt of the bnte]*
and rr«-ul*r In »i in J_k«ii»'ji of^jh^
"* *tty.t» Mr*rtslai*Ui» eaaeft.umW
of lodging* that can n* aMured for
MMfM Th* <anva»a hat ■!<•
i.;. i- I th* tart that urgent n-» I
exlata fir liM*r**»*d arrommolatloo*,
whlrh . an beat b* t«rur*d In i-nv.
at* '• ■■!».■• To fir 1 the** ntcom
mniallona, the ladle* nf th* It' I
iV»» •- ■'■. will b* aaked to tak*
ai-tivr -'-I • In conjunction with the
committee on h«*pl!a!tty. *n ■!'►«»■
<riii« hnmea for Ih* thouaand* who
: will rial I Hr«- during th* lhr»«
day*' relehrattnn. Uf • .ur»*. It I*
rtj-.-i.-i thai all vlMtnr* will pay
I f >r their l. «rl and lodging.
Cltltena * h'« h*tr *par* r aM tit
their h"«»r« »' urged'to HÄ» th«lr
*Mir* Inward* making a H M nf
thr v..liifjf rrcepthm by opening
thrlr hmi»ea it rec*|v» atranger*.
1,.t«1n» wilt hr «urn<-trnl. aa mnli
ran be aorured al th« down-lawn
reatauranta anil hot*!*.
• • •
On* of the m ■■! remarkahle itfmt
that h*» tranaplre<S within dM le*al
hlatory of "i» county, «t« fmri.
'I In Judir* Jncoba" courtroom iMa
montln. It »M>-! another ». t-» iv.-.n
«"hapt*r lo ik« f»mmia I-vi»-n»r!ln-
I'h!Ill|« • <•••■ Th» argument 00 •
rh»n«" of venu« wan In <">*
l'rn<MH:utln« Attorney »lrr"-lr*iy hml
I.r. >• r,t- I affldarita fur the •iat«
fmm hlm«elf. (<h<Tirf Van de Vantrr,
Deputy Sheriff Wllaait ]. D V. Far
tin I »nl Jn.ir' <"i"-n: th.- affidavit!,
a* Mr. MrlDlr"y »tat»*t. h»ln« Intro
duced r«'h>r to firntrrt th« inly
• •T!r il« than l<> romhai th» <•»»<•.
1 After th» rrftl' « nf thru* (>ar»r»,
an<l a trm r»m<rhn by th» prom^ut"
Inn alt«rn»jr. th« <v>unaH for th» 'l*
f»nro. John F. Dor*, -■* (h» fl'mr.
Ill* artruniKnt for • chanr* of »>mn
wu M-niattonnl «nl unlqu*. Aft*r
dw»ltln« on th*- <llff»T»nt rounty '>r!1
--rlala «v>r»r»rn»il In tb* <*«M». It" turn.
•-■1 hla attmtfon in th* prr«« nf th#
dtjr. T'n'l»*r the nat»nalb:» purpn««
nf nhnvrtnff th«* < •►»irt th» InHuenCf
whlrh <Ilff»r«'nt |<«t*ra In fl««ttl« h».l
rxrrt>><] on Hi" oiln!« of th« i»-nj.l«
throiiithotit th.- county. l>.--» <sevot»»l
in mlnutra i-> a iH>r*onnl adark on
one of th« r •■■ ill r« | • Mot Th»
attark waa hitter, ami thn Umcuara
u»«><l i"tri..!l Mr »par«-<l n*» terms
of nhu«e. II" en-led tv atatementa
wtirh were fur »tr»n«»T than In
nurivi'w nnl » hi. .nil never t"
unrhallen(*<l In the atreel.
Th» Irv Mcnt. ri>rr.irir a* It tilj. in
entire ilenartur* from the uatial
•r.-.ni arena, took the aj>eclal<>r»
very murh by »urprt«e.
At th» ronrlusl.^n of r>nr> ■» re
marka, the <.nirt atatrd that, while
mm unrnlied for rrn!<-rl»t had be«n '
brought Into the matter, he <-i»ni»til-!
«red th«t thr d«>fenp» tn^J around*
f >r a chanre of vpnue, In that the
nena|>npera h«<l a wide drrulatlon,
and mufti have prefudt^ed the puhilr.
Mr. M' Rlr v •i.iir-i thnt ho did not
wleh to tipxmm a chnnir«» of v- nu»,
hut hid broiirht hi* tildiariti |o
protect hla 11.1 th#» iih.Tifr'« ofllea
Th» <-<mrt rranted ehWVa of venue
in KnohomUh 'iint)r.
MANILA. Oct. 17 — *„,r I-Vrnnn
de«, the editor of the Palrl/i. haa
b«-n arrentml and hla plant «eli*d.
Fernande* hn« l"»n prlnllnir pam
phleta until the headlnir. "Drop the-
Mank." In which the American re.
Klitii- M denounced.
Palanca, the rli he*t ''lilnntnnn In
I.uxon. who 1 mtroti tho (Tlilneac
Ifihur In Mnnlla, him i>w|i-1 ,i proc
lamation about th« rlty, cmlllnf on
th'- Chln«tn< to n-nder him rwp*Ct
and obedlenoa, Tli. I'li.n. •«• ronanl
hnn di-nnunrwl T'al.incn, and h - ■* hud
nil th pottir* torn down.
H \-.ii. \ r»p| 17.—The American
force iind<*r Pol. II"I 1 todny , ]■-■ in-<|
thi» 1 . li. 't out of I'ornc. Th<* rminy
r.-i lm<k tn tho wmlwnrd. Imivlhk n
f number of tli><lr ilond. The Amerl
i rnna' lout »m one klllt>tt. Thin la tliu
»■ i i.o'l time recently that Hit i'l me
rcOdva Vi\m Vstia ijcaWU .!• „i,.
EXPERIMENTS WITH
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY
Marconi System May Be Adopted on
American Battleships.
♦ NEW YORK, Oct. 17.—Th* Herald (.iilillnhra today the follow- #
♦ Ing from iik Washington rorrrapondrnt: * .
♦ CunWru'ed »f th* great value of wlrelen* telegraphy, arrange- • (
♦ tnenta have bain iierfcx-trd by th* government for experiment- • ,
♦ trie with the Mm. ..ui i.i«i.:ii, wi.uli may lead Ml lit adoption In • <
♦ Mrvvrai iini"'i tnni *<•! vlf<-». * I
♦ Upon the concluMon of thr ya'lil race* Hear Admiral Utiil- • ,
♦ ford, chief of ihe naval bureau of equipment. ex|—rta lo axmfer » <
♦ with Mr Maroon) rolatlv* to th* naval *mpeiimenla. It la under- • ]
♦ at.»»d th.it Hi- armored* < rut*, r New T ik and a*cond rlaaa bat- • ,
a lliahlp T.iu will be equipped with Iniirumenia, and a ahort • i
« MatlM will bo ratalillahrd at Iha Atlanllr Illghlanda. * )
♦ Negotiation* ar* In pi iar«M 1.. iw.-m th* algnal corp* of th* • ,
♦ army mil Mr. Marconi Ii experimrnta itnMi~ll»lrly after th» • •
♦ yarht rarra lv drmunatrat* the prartlrabtllty nt th* ay*',*m ••" • '
♦ land. Automobile*, whlrh will furrH*h th* pow»r and tran«p»rt- • ,
♦ iii, hi. have I--, ii purrhaaed, and baltoMM and kite* will I-" uiied • I
♦ In ih* hup* or lni.re.iing th* dlatanc* trav*r*«<l by th* «■■■'■! *
♦ *\ra. *
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HOTEL FOR WOMEN
IN NEW YORK CITY
Its Construction Will Cost $400,0001
-Rooms £3 to $6 per Week. ;
N»:w >IIK. Ot. 17.— It I* IhougDt thai th* ronatrurtlon of th* I
t>rop<i*et| hotH for women In 'h» city will begin In January. Th* capi
tal •(.- k i* to b* tluo.tmi, and It will b* nereaaary to hay* If.Tr. -t»urih«
..I It aufcacrlbed befar* th company may be Incorporated. Th* total i
aubsrrlption to dal* MaMU to ■OBMtaIMJ over lIEO.oou. Th* rntrrprlar <
Involvra th* con*truriti>a of « twtlve'Vtory building, with all modern
Improvemvnta, c«|Mibl*' of accommodating about WO women. Patron*** ||
mil i— •■•■lahl imoei profeaatimat w«m»t>, em h *• artlat* t*a«her*. phy
an tan*. ) uraaliat*. *t»nographer*. trained nur*** and other*, and th* Bo
tel will b* run alrVlly m buain*** prmcl;«le* Th* prevent plan prortdea
for ihr tent of *M artngte room* at II to 14 ■ a. h a week, and 71 rooma with
tow a!..•*!■•. at It each. Tim r**taurant will Slav b* run*>n low rate".
Thr exact location of th- O*w,hotel ha* nan >»t been d*lermln*d upon,
but it baa brrn teamed that v Brill b* built at »>m* ; point bvlwavn j
I'nlon *'iumrm aad Thirty f »tri-eL,i ml not far from 'Hroadwayv |
Th* total Ml. !m-.u<lln« the land. • 111 b« MW.Mo. half of which wUI be
CQVtrcd py a Mow*.- iu«rt«ai(i-. ,, t -, 'r . :" ,-
THEY i DEHIAWOir^^
RAILROAD RIDE
t .V- . - ' ! ,
♦ SAN rtIANCIBCO. fVt IT -Mm of th. Tlghtlng nr*r hat a
♦ .«•.:■•■ I tii.nwlve* v fini.»!« Mr aa to I heir » l«h«- •in III* mat - ♦
♦ t*r of tranai-orlallon home, and if Mr. Ankrny. or th* rttiartu/ ♦
♦ commlttt* of "cattle. or whoever haa th* *.iy In thY matter, con- ♦
♦ Pall thrlr dealrfee. th* boya will a" by rail. •*■> much talk lata been ♦
♦ arouaed over In* propoaal I ■ fix*' th* regiment another do*e of ♦
♦ *•* - . .. .. that Col. Wholley naa be*n forced to tak* rof;nltan< ♦ .
♦ of it In order, however, that (hr talk of a f*w abould net ho ml* ♦
♦ takrn far th* general *entlment of th* r*c m*nt. th* i.inn»l pr ♦
♦ quested CHaplaln Knud*»n 10 mak* a canvaaa of th* MftoMi com- ♦
♦ |.«i.,.. and h* haa auMnltt*d the r»«u!i of hi* work In ttM follow. ♦
♦ Ing report mad* to Adj. llrtafja. ♦
♦ "October 1«. ♦
♦ "Adjutant Kirn Washington Volunteer*: ♦
♦ "Sir.—Having conaulted tb* men of our regiment aa to their ♦
a «irra In regard to boat txcuralon to Seattle, I find that a targ* ♦
♦ majority of ih«m have long deal ml to make th* trip north by ♦
♦ rail However *orroy they would t-e not to yield to the *l*he* of ♦
, ♦ Ih* MMM eotnmltte« to go by pawl and view that grand par- ♦
; ♦ »■!■ of decorated vtramatilpi In Elliott bay, th«y at 111 prrolat In ♦
| ♦ their dotr* 1,. go by land, giving a* a r-aat.n. therefi>r, that they a
♦ dread IMI ■«** voyag* *yen under th* nv«l favorabl* clrcum- ♦
*> atanre*. and eaperlally thoa* who art paaMck every Urn* they put ♦
♦ to *•■». rVrundiy, many aay th*y would not think of anything; •
*> MM than flr*l-<-laaa paaaair* If going by ft *>
*> "Knllitrd men and ofnren* will b* on a common footing when ♦
♦ dlwharned. and ther* would not be enough *taleroom a> *-ommo- ♦
♦ ii.tt.ona for all. Thirdly, moat of the men BMtN to go by land ♦
♦ U".u~ they will probably never gat anothvr opportunity to en- ♦
♦ i >■ th* *• •n. rv of the Hhaata rout* unlr** they wer* to mak* a ♦
♦ special trip for that purpose, ♦
♦ "All men of the First Waahlngtnn dealr* not to be dlerourteou* *>
♦ In manlf.»tlng their ap|>r*cutlon of the hearty reception and ex- ♦
♦ curslon which th* dtlsen* of our *tatr offer them, in.l especially ♦
, ♦ are they grateful for th« «rni-r « offer of Hon. l^vi Ankeny. ♦
♦ "i:«t.*i>i fur tit* atxtv* raaaun* MM men would be glad to a" by ♦
♦ ara. . ■ ..•. -j»: „ ♦ ♦ .
♦ 'AI.HKHT I- KNfI'BO.V. ♦
' ♦ "Chaplain." ♦ I
♦ Thl» report will b* pr**«nte«l to Mr. Ankrny for confederation, ♦ i
♦ and in the event of his having Ih* matter turur'l over to th* IV- ♦ '
! ♦ attl" commlt*.e<>. It will t>* fnrwanted to the latter. ♦ \
♦ Th* boy* in hltM art. not satisfied that i'o| \Vh"ll<<y shall ♦ II
| ♦ aloi" b* th* raHßtaail of a token of their esteem. A fund >»• ♦ '
♦ been Ptartad for the purchase, of • nroH for MaJ Welsenbercer ♦ |
♦ th.it »ball rival In beauty that to be presented to Col, Whollry ♦ I
♦ It la possible that the presentation* will be made at dM Him ♦ '
♦ time. •
♦ ♦
MORE BOUNTY FOR DEWEY'S MEN
■WAHIIINtITON. H. C, Oct. 17.—Admiral D«w*y la making a fight for
double liotintv lot th* men lM'hiii'l the gun* who won for him th" battle
of Manila. ll* ha* (lied a rlahn far l.''« each for Ma men. ln*t*ad of
H«o. They *r* entiled to th* doubt* allowanr* If tUt American force
i »a* Inferior t.> the S|>anlah force In the Mnnlf.i bay fight. Admiral
li. »••>•. In a report to 1%. navy departmrnt rlalma that th* Miianli>h
force. Including th<- ahora batteriea, «a* auperlor t.« the American lint
' If Admiral Dewey'a vlrw* are auitalned th* aggregate bounty will M
about 1360.000 rnatead of $110,000.
♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
♦ N." - I.l*- ltrkerlll, a pretty I7>r«*r>old nirl llvinc with her par ♦
+ ents In North Htwttle, wanted t<i ».... th<> town. J'roourln» * milt ♦
♦ of li. r brother's riot he*, she donned the male attire yesterday mil ♦
♦ i>i/irt«"l i.in on her invn«tlirnt|..ii» After several hour* in th» ♦
# I. ii'lnloiri .HHrl.t nh.- ron.lii.l.-.i to upend a short llm<- In th« vn- #
♦ tii t v thratcm. Hh*l rnt*TPil a Well known rnmrl on Hmiih H-rnn-l •
# »V>niif anil W«nhlnirtnn WWI The «lrl» Identity «a» soon mn<l« ♦
♦ known, anil OtTU-er Ad»m» wan Inf.irtn.'.t Her arre»t followed. ♦
♦ N'lli" "i-i't lh« night nt poHre h.-».l.iiinrt^ni. niwl thin afternoon ♦
♦ ru brought tn'f'.rf .lii.lir<- <'«nn for trial. 8h« |.|.n.|i.l guilty to ♦
# the i (mix" of ■lri»m>lriit In male mire. «
♦ City Attorney l>e llrul'-r 1|1tt>tlO»»ll her very cloaely, "How «
♦ oM .■■■ you?" 'liii.in.l. ■! the prnwrutor. ~ "Seveniecn >ear»." ♦
♦ "Have you i>arent«."—"Yea." "Be they know what you were ♦
♦ .I..111K"" "They do." ■Uli.i.. dirt you n»t tho«« doUmt" -".Mv ♦
♦ brother iravo them 1., me to wear." "Well, he ouirht to In. »ent ♦
♦ i. lull (or »l* tn'iitln," Interrupted Judge Cnnn. "Sit down." ♦
♦ continued the Judfte, anil 1 will ,in, i,.1 to your <•««• later. Such ♦
♦ a dlnßrui-rful case an thin mu«t be dealt with in ■ proper way." 4
• i. it. the Jihlk.' fined her 120. +
♦ Nellie In an nttrin ll\.- Kill Hht- hns larße blue .% > h nil.l Mm. k ♦
♦ hair. Hho vs..p.- ii .l.irk -nil of . 1..1 h. i. Md K,.!f cap. Nelly's ♦
♦ mother and father .l.i not live Uiircther. .•ii ■ 1 ah* him been permit- ♦
♦ ted 10 do a* Mm liked. •
♦ , City Attorney !••■ Uruler «ny. ha will place her In the pr>llc» ♦
♦ matron's '■'!•■ lor several weeks. >j( ■ , „• «
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WALL PAPERS
I stimates Riven on all classes of work
300 -... *, Star Paint Co.
'OPALWARIi Have you seen it?
IMb in our window and a»k the price. Pin Trays, ioc;
Jewel Hoxm. 15 to -"«., Collar and Cuff Boxes, 35c up to $oc
It is new, brautiful, fashionable and cheap.
COON BROS., 1417 8«oond Ay«».
♦♦♦>••OJM ** I « >•»♦♦ >Q» I MlM?♦♦ >»T«YtOM MMHM ;
j; BRUNNER & CO. :
', , „,.HIUU »... ' 1
: Groceries, Wines and Liquors :
' ! 602 Plk* Strut. rorncr Fiftk. 'Phon* 8ri»» 784. <
; ; California IfNl wln*« m »t>»<l«.ty l'ort. Hhrrry. AsftUca, ] |
l! M,i. .'.I. by in* bottl«. lie up; by th» t«llon, It up. Fine IU<S « I
|| •nil W'bltt To-K«r. '
! .nm»tto•>•••••••>>>>»>»>>>><•••>•»***>•>>•*>• :
~ a^j^Tlangerous neglect OF the EYE
dfmi THW \ ivikiii;. .a lb»» ififa lor ".. r.ltfo' .»• [11l r • . ■
fTwZt a^iHli^^ 1 °"' ««»'i•"•'•' •"' "■• •»•»••'"• •!»••» *•«•«• v«• •*•■
m^ r^^~** nui KiAMHtt^iiiwnniKiu
>^ .^.l,^. WHEN BUYING GLASSES"
g^ V^^^Rk| Contatt only '!•• b*«t optleUn.
1^ I'»" rr»i.)ii«tli >. Only fir»t-cUn
CHA ( O, HOLOOMH, Optlolart. iie-HB BufW« Bid
iSMALL FACTORIES „■■ J
• Can Secure Space and Electric Power •
• ——."—•-» SEATTLE CATARACT CO. •
• Aianl* for >»>■> r>*w Onoqu»lml. l_i()->t #
■ HOT I fill on r VVe are fo^d to
II llli I 111 aALt move- jr! to reduce
It UU I lull WMLL stock wj || cor^nU e
Mm . »vir auction sale of hardware. Last sale Wednesd
ay 10: .i am ipg Railroad Avenue
• ■.;- 1.4-.V ■ ' ■ -' ' ■ S
I^jOiHOICE LOTS^
I Walla Walla Addition |
I Denny-Blaine Land Co. I
.• Dexter Horton Bank Building. g
1 1 Pleasing Reflection
£f^^ fl^^^^^BaV\\ ' tr> "i"»» who «r» about to bnnir
'-/wfetiltjl fin tv fl ' laundry work \n v* I* thr f*^t that It
jly^Bß 'V Kj^'B ll] "'" •>• munwl to you In perfect
lli3l-\^ I ■r'l 111 ' condition, ■nd done up in a manner
jr^T y^^^l^^^^^Mli that "1" '» IS« hlrh»«t credit on our
[vA> a X" t« ■Ls ■C^F'bFM l iklll and fln* m*tn<><l#-
J / ' »' % '' -^^JK V »»'i^l lr»<1« r n^. o« tnmdlx d>
L / / /V Y*■••SdT^** "••■"'l •< l»i»«» prlr««. Kl.iri. Kir.
I I l/AV W watfl^J*<ial '* ' ■'•"• <rltl> t'ill«r. II 1' tlurt*. fur/.
*| ( i Y^mV \Y^^ -• It >• c«U»f». »c. ruffs, ♦«-. ru.iu* fin 1
ay \\ wite^^4 Qneen Clty~Steim~~Lannflry
\,.^-.Xy.^r|j.is «ii— • j un-n Hivx ivnt.yitt'l cuts til piu
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CORONA JAVA' —
Boat Coffee on Earth
COMMERCIAL IMPORTING CO.
I 1008 Strand Avion. ■■< 232 Pik) Slrfd.
I MOHAN BROS. COMPANY I
jj Engine and Snip Builders <|
! . ■TEEL AM) WOOD !|
fl LUMBER mili ' v - V
Sae«aQooooQ^OQQooooooaQOQaoaao<BosooosttaeiQß>e»QißQqiS
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j "Popular With Our Boya in Blue"! 1
OUR HOUSE I
Corner Washington and Occidental.
!JvM^A W x.MUUMU i uvn i^aut , lM uu^..l.u, m . h .Ju J L 1
Steel Ranges 20 Per Cent Less
than »r» snk<-.| for ulintUr quality ItANGES
The Word "GARLAND"
In an ««»ur«n. <• of quality, durability an.l flnlah. No paint to scratch or
burn off. Mad* > i|>tr*nly for aoft r.i
GEO. 11. WOODIIOUSIi
1331 Saoond Avanua
OPEN
ALL
NIGHT
Prescriptions
Filled Night and Day
Barrinnton's Dma: Store
Open All Night
M Avriiiic and I'iko t*t.
, 'l»hipne cire»n Hi.
NO. tOlt
I NURSING MOTHERS
[ Mr,; -, r > itlni.'.M full of
1 ■ M'i.htl. md .-itlam
| ing uunliliri
! West's
I London
• Porter
:-•>•• V.i •••■ i ■•'»! «r"1 •••!■•• aatart In
tormina; a aurngth-glTinf food for the t»
f.uil ftt«©mmf ndedby ail phyaletaaa.
1 Diikimi ■■ Ml M am MM o> c.i
! West & Co., ""• w,oo«B. r ««
EYRES TRANSFER CO. |
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