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Tonight—Showers) CeoUe. Thuesd.y—Partly Cloud*
with Shi-as,ra Near Coast) South to Wa.t Winds,
HE WILL FIND OUT WHY THE FIFTY TONS OF MEAT SAVED
FROM THE TOPEKAB CARGO IS BUNG RE CURED
k The chances srs that the fifty
Mtona of spoiled meat which waa
riLiaved from the cargo .'( the sunken
J^stramer City of Topeka. which sank
St Tier A a few weeks ago. an Is
now being cured at the local pack
tits house of Armour * Co., for ths
alleged purpose ot beln* scot to the
American mining rsmpa In the
Tsnana snd other Alaskan districts,
will not ■* »ent north
Cllf Meat Inspector William Put
's ter it nil th etclu.lve story In The
I Star laat night which told ot the
.1 heme to send to American tain
(: era the meal, which, In the ».n.!»
I ot s local packinghouse man. "I.
< unfit for doga to eat."
If i Butter wss Tery Indignant that
f such a thing could even be contem
plated, and this morning .' . i.l. dto
I eatlgale the taae In detail snd. It
lOR ORGANIZATIONS IN ILLINOIS ARE THREATENED WITH
DESTRUCTION AT HANOS OF WORKINGMEN THEMSELVES
i , tmy Sen New. Aa* *.!
CHICAGO. Sept, M-— The sensa
tion can*. by the announcement
that 100.000 men, member* of labor
union*, have ceased to pay due* in
Chicago was augmented today by
sa Interview with Harney Cohea.
president of the Illinois Pederatlon
cf Labor, la which he said the
tin to 11 forces of the sUts srs rspldly
E. V. DEBS DEFINES
SOCIALIST CANOIDATE FOR PRESIDENCY IS IN THE CITY AND
EXPLAINS THE PLATFORM OF PARTY AND ITS MEANING
TO THE WORKINCMEN
* "We are entering upon a*
♦ momentous campaign The ♦
#■ atmggle for political suprem- «
♦ mcy i* a.'i between political *
f* apartlra merely, a* appear, npon *■
A lb- surface, but at the bottom •
« It la * lit- and -death struggle ♦
4) betwen two economy classes, #
m the one the capitalist and the •
♦ other the working clas* Tb* t
"A capitalist clsaa la represented •
♦ by the .republican, democratic, #
air populist and prohibition par- •
♦ ties, all of which stand tor the t
- privUeownenhlp of the mast.. *
A of production and the triumph *
A of any one of which will mean #
♦ continued wage slavery to the 4
A working clsas."—Eagens V. ♦
♦ Deba. ♦
Eugene V. Deba, socialist candi
date for pre*!- of the United
State* and the idol of many Amer
ican worMnKrr.cn. reached Seattle
-this morning from Tacoma. To
ntght he will speak at the Armory,
on Tenth svenue and Howell strrt.
and, although an admission of 10
rents will 1 ■■" charged, hundreds will
probably I»e turned away from the
doors. Debs I. not only a foremost
socialist snd labor leader and a
presidential candidate, but a bril
liant and eloquent orator as welL
The local Federal and Hr»wers'
unions and socialist, will parade in
I .body up to the meeting place, but
no attempt will be made to make a
formal demnnsratlon. The nation
al so. tall i committee ha. sent out
instructions to the socialist organ
izations all over the country not to
shower their standard bearer with
too many receptions, as he needs as
much time a. possible for rest. Mr.
Debs will begin hi. addre. at 7:41
He spent the day In Seattle quiet
ly. After calling at the local sr>
ctallikt headottarteni he went out to
visit a friend st Dunlap, He leaves
at 10 o'clock tonight fur Spoksne.
Mr. Dftis has liecn here several
time* bsfbta and has always re
ceived an ovation. Hl* oratory Is
of tho convincing sort. He *peitk»
rapidly, clearly, hi. ',■.,,-, i,. log
ej.lgramatlc. He is a tall, slender
man. with an eagle eye, nervous
and earnest, hut i>o**ensing an unu
sually pleasant smile. n.- tslkrd
freely when seen this morning at
the soclnllKt headquarters. lie said
he wa» particularly picked with the
he found tin. meet to be In the con.
ditlon set forth In The Star story,
be Would condemn It Immediately.
"It will take some time to Invcstl
sate the i*a.- thoroughly," Sutter
stated to a Star man this afternoon,
I'll! It la my duty to a.-.- that no
tainted meat I. put Into the local
market, or used for the purpose for
which It I. claimed that this meat
Is to >be used.
"1 will find out sll the fact. In
the case, who sold the meat, who
bought It, why It wa. sent to the
1' ml attacking hotMS snd for what
purpoae It I. abtrlng recured."
Butter silde.l In a very firm way.
that no meat which Is unfit to eat
would leave the city if li. could
Sutter said he might have enough
Information on hand to make a re
disintegrating and unlea- they «rr»
reorganised the destruction of Hie
union will speedily follow.
Cohen btamea the unwise leader
ship of .political graftera and un
timely striken for the preecnt crista
He i»n tbe unions must rrorgso
lie on a sounder abasia and ado.pt
method, now b, log used aa.». the
union, by employer.' aaeociatloes
and .in m. - alisnces.
effort, of which the Washington
State Federation of lala.r woe
making to help wurklngmen to get
the legislature to pas* needd laws
He said it was a step in the right
direction, a- the us* of tb- .ballot
bos to the only means of the dette
ersncs of the worklngtahan. The
surress which tbe frdrratloa has
had It. m .ring •'. passage of •!,.
S-bour tow. of the law prohibition
the employment of » men more
than IV hour, a 'lav and other
enactment, secured by the federa
stlon through polltlcsl work, he
thought wg. a step la the right
lie also exprre^ed much Interest
In the effort, of the federation to
secure the Initiative snd referen
dum in this itste. Deb. thinks that
the ballot box Is a far more potent
Instrument for worklogmea thaa
the ta.bor union.
"Tbe failure of the pactdnghouae
strike Is one of the greatest thing.
!for socialism that ever h.ppened."
he ,«ald. "Labor attempted to com
pete with capital on ground chosen
by capital snd failed. Thl. will
cause a shifting of th* battleground
and the next engagement will be
where there Is every chance for Suc
re*, at th* polls.
"What doe. the socialist i ■• r.
stand for?" he wo* asked.
"Foclallaro mean, that at] •....,.
thing* upon which the people In
common depend shall, by the people
In common, be owned .rid adminis
tered. It mean* that the tool, of
employment shad belong to their
creators and user*; thut all produc
tion shall t>e for the direct u»e of
the producer*; that the making of
good* for profit shall come to an
end; that we shall nil be worker* to
gether, and that alt opportunities
shall be o>pen and equal to nit men.
"Jletween the capitalist and work
ing rt.SSSS there ran be rin pOSStMS
compromise or Identity of Interest*,
any more than there can be psMl
In the mM«t of war, or light In the
midst of 'liiil.in... a society based
upon this e!a*« distinction rarrtea
In tiself th« seed* of it* own de
struction. Furh a *oc|e(y |g founded
on fundamental InJuMl.e.
"There can be no i■. ■-»»,:- bast.
for sselal peace, for Individual free
dom, for mental and moral harmony,
except In the conscious and com
plete triumph of the working -lint,
a* the only clits* that li.ia the right
and power to be,"
Jle rldlriiled the prnft-*<t|nn* of
both the reptibiii.in aad democratlo
partle. a* regard* fealty t,, the
tvruklngniuii, rind took it rap m |,otli
ltoo*i-viit and I'nrker.
The Seattle Star
WANTS TO STOP THE FIGHT
Efforts sre lag t.iitiii by County
Prosecuting Attorney Hcntl to pre
vent the prise fight b. !»<■• n Ixiula
U>ng, of Oakland Os . and fit**
Ni iii>. of Milwaukee, s. heduled in
be pulled off at the tlratid opera
house next Friday night.
Scott decided that the right ought
to be stopped, after a conference
with Attorney 13, 11. Jsmea, repre
senting the t.'lvli- union, Iht. tuoru-
Scott will take the matter up with
Mayor Halllnger and the polite de
partment at once and ask them to
prevent the fight.
While there I. no city ordinance
against prise fighting In Seattle.
Fairbanks 9 "Little Journey to Many States"
No. .?— Montana
TCRiiArs WE Wll.la HAVE FIIEE COINAGE OF . rut AT It TO l. _ —(Oreat Applause)
Another effort to to be mad, to
annex South Seattle and other
southern suburbs to Seattle. A com
mittee of -South Seattle rlitnaa I
called iiputi Secretary Melkle. of the
chamber of cormmerce, ll I. morn
ing to aecure the aid of the txxty
In accomplishing thla reault. A i-e.
tltlon taking for the question to be
.übmltted to the people at the fall
election Is to lie prewented to the
caooncil next Monday night.
The him proposition waa voted
ion at the last municipal election,
I iit wa. turned down. It I. claimed
thai the owner, of acreage la the
suburbs were responsible for tbe
fsllure. Most of the South Seattle
cltlatrns were In favor of the an
nexation. It 1. said, but the acre
age owner, opposed It because It
would result In their paying larger
Nine thousand arrc* of timber
land In l.i .< in Washinrton has
p-u ■ • <i Into tbe bands of tbe Wey
erhaeuser Ttmlwr company. Ileslde*
this a number of milts In I'alouse,
i'ntlat.h and Colfax have been sc
qulred. The consideration for the
sale la said to have been IIHO.iiuO.
Tills Is the target timber deal made
In the state for some time. It 1. of
gnat Interest, for It I. th* first In
vasion of Eastern Washington ter
ritory by the big lumber companies
The new property was formerly
owned by William Itinld, one of the
pioneer manufacturer, of the ext
ern pait of the state.
BURNS VS. BARRY
Alex, dreggalns, president of the
San Francisco Athletic club, who
brought out D.V. Harry. "The
I'lKlillng Irishman," hn* forwarded
to Hilly Eavlsne article, for a
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER sl, 1904
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY SCOTT WAS ASKED BY MAYOR DAL
LINGER TO PREVENT THE LONQ-NEARY BOUT SCHED
ULED FOR FRIDAY NIGHT
Scott say. It la the duty of the mu
nicipal until.. It ii aa peace officers
In mi that the fight doe* not take
It I* understood that Mayor Hal
linger stated when In wa. .een by
the manager, of thi' two pugilist,
some tint* ago that he would con
i" tit to letting the fight ' fine off.
If It » la properly .policed and that
match abet»een Tommy Iturn. .nd
Harry. The bout may be pulled off
either In I"> .'-■>'.■! or Tumnii. I-aat
men at* to weigh In at US .pounds *t
Harry 1. the man aho went to
Auatraiu and trimmed alt the >boy.
In .ight e.-r. • lime ago. He knocked
out Harry Foley In five rounda in
Han I •-■•■ i*< •• recently and *l*o ha*
A Am lai 11 over Hilly Wood* on a
foul In a 1..: - I'.'.ii'l affair,
ARE IN NO
Th* Seattle raectrtc and tttinaet
Tele! i..,ii» compantc* own .everal
thi.iia.in.i of pole* in the iit> which
they have not yet painted, a. tm
• iii" l by their fr»nchl«e*. They
have refused to comply with tbe
law In «; ll* of th* feeble and peri
odic piuti-ala which the board of |
work* ha* made agatnat the out
rage. T»o month* ago the board
got real angry with the corpora*
Hon., declaring It would do awful
thins* If the .pole nwnet. did not get I
l .-' allh paint liitiahe*. I. made
Ihl* violent outcry after the Coro
i i.l. - had l.nored i • ■■- , -.. • order,
from the board.
Hlnce that lime Ihe companies
have come in a partial realization of
tbelr public duty. The :-....,.-■■ i,.
Fail* A While Hlvrr Hotter com
pany and Independent Telephone
company have painted all but a
few of thetr pole*, but the .'.."',■
Klectrtr and funnel Telephone com
panic* are far behind time, *a
usual. They have been pulling on
the p*ln! nl th« rale nf from »f>9
l.i »00 [wile* ■ month, bill. alihritiKh
; the rainy «eaann I* now here, they
still have ... vi ■ | month*' work
ahead. The franchise* do not re
quire the painting of the pole* until
they hove la-en up »lx month..
KINO BEING hEARD
John King, rhnrkged with rob-
Wng the fnlif.l Btate* postofflcs at
Ituvi'imdnle, Is before I'nit.'d State.
1 "'i.ii.i.i ii.ti. i K.i.i fur hearing
this Sftemoon. King *n. arrested
by I'nlled Htate. Deputy Marshal
Lntlii. Iwo week, ago at the city
Jail, wbere he had been confined
for three month* by the poltCS <le
pnritiicni under suspicion of kid
'no dlaturbanre took (all" In con
nection with the go.
Under Ihe assurance of the man
gger. Hint every precaution to make
the bout A clean fight would be
taken. It l.i stated that the mayor
gave hi. consent, and lli.trilcted the
police department to .re Ihat the
fight waa conducted In a peanful
and orderly way.
TWO MEN THOUGHT TO BE IM
PLICATED IN CONWAY SA
LOON HOLD-UP IN CUSTODY
Tit* j* ll.e hay* arrested George
11 it... !i nnil Irf.nie !-, riiint n »us
pti-tun that they are the two desper
ate young men aho held up lou
Conway"* saloon >h< iv before j
o'clock last Monday morning and
Sftee faulty shooting Jame* Mur-
I i.v oi I badly wounding Hou Con
way, the proprietor, and tlllbert Mc
-1 i!!, ttil.l.e.) the place and encaped.
They *«» arrested last eventns by
' ..'r.,.., a Alnyuu and W. C, Hubbard,
«l.'i were furnished vtllh a .!• »• Hi
lion of Hie two young men wanted.
The police are now busy endeav
oring to make the Identification
■ 'on leie. Aa soon a* Conway .rut
Uc 11*41 h can *cc the men they will
b* li-.niKi't lo Ihe |>ti!lie .tatlon and
the tw* «u«|.ila -!'■•.,. i In blai k
t. .iaka in. ... m befors <■,■■■■
It I* claimed nt the i • .'■ ■ Hull.in
that the two men answering their
i|e*ofipihn were a**n *neaklng
• iimi '1 . wn»nl pile early that mottl
ing tiy n p.-.!. atrlan.
lily Scrlpn. New* A..'tt I
COLI'MHUH. Ohio, Sept. _<t.—\
head-ou collision between two trol
ley cars of the Hclota Valley Trac
tion line occurred near hero at "..in
o'clock this morning. Out of the 17
pasm-iiKcr* on Hi* two ears all but
two Went injured. Ons will tile.
WDRCESTEn, Msss., "sept, _*.—
There 1h no material i hniigo In Hcn
ator Hoar's condition this morn
ing.l He Is,a little weaker.
No iliatiKii. nere mailc today In
the Western avenue market quota
tions. The lams stand this nfttr
nooa st yesterday's figures.
Rcntl's position I* that no prize
fight should be tolernted In Seat
la, for the simple reason that the
statutes an- plainly against It.
In I SKI the mayor and thief of
polite take mi .-ii pa to prevent the
tight. Hi tilt will pit li.ilily BISkS no
effort on his own part to top It,
but will Insist that the sheriff's of
fice take tin matter In baud and
allow no more pugilistic exhibition*
In thin city.
The law ii •'. i which Scott says
(ho prizefight tan bo stopped I.
found In I'lerce'a rode, section 1851,
iui'i inula as follows:
••Section Ml. I'rUe Fighting. (11
Any person who, within this state,
engage* In, Instigates, alda or en
courage, or doe. any set to further
a contention or flgbt, with or with
out weapons, between two or more
persons, or a flgbt commonly called
a sparring match, in which the
combatants sre provided with
glove., or who sends or publl.hea s
< hallenge, or acceptance to a chal
lenge, for Mii< ii a contention, prize
fight, sparring match, with or with
out glove., or carries or deliver,
sin h a challenge or acceptance, or
train, or ***laia any .person or per
son In training or preparing for
such contention, prize light or spar
ring match, shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor, and upon con
viction tbereof, shall be punished
by Imprisonment In the county |alt
fur It term of not less than thirty
days or more than one year, and by
a fine of not less than I^o or more
than I! "•" Provided. That uuth
ilk In this section shell be so rum
strued ss to Interfere with members
of private club, sparring or fenrlng
for eierclae among tbcmselve.."
When Mayor Hslllnger was asked
thla afternoon If be would Interfere
with the l,ong-Nesry fight he re
ferred The Star man to Captain
I Wlllard as the acting ehl*f of po
lite. Captain Wlllard waa at first
evasive, but IntlmaU d that hte fight
would probably come off, though he
added, "the wlud Is changeable In
Seattle, and It might rain."
CBy H.i'll' NMa Aas'at
UINDON. Sept. 28.~The Vladi
vostok iiiiii>,i.i.'l.i.i of the Central
Neaa it;-'tit that two J>: ant •«
torpedo boats and one Japanese
steamer have been sunk by mines
near I'ort Arthur during the last
few days, A cruiser of tin Nlttaks
lyi» I* said to have been 1 < i :,,::■ Ij
damaged In a like manner
lilt Bcrlpps New* Aaa'n)
BCHA.VTON, Pa., Bept 21—A. s
result of a terrifl. explosion In the
Mount Ji»mi;i mine, at Ileckville.
tl.i. morning It Is reported that II
miner, were terribly burnrd. Some
; may die.
Tbe Injured are all foreigners.
Three will die.
ENGINEERS TO MEET
The Pacific Northwest Society of
Engineer, will hold s meeting nt
the chamber of commerce rooms on
Saturday evening, October 1. At
the meeting Chnrlf* W. Colby, con
sulting engineer, will read n paper,
entitled "The It. lull.m Of Ilngineer
10 Manufacturer nnil the Sal.? and
Installation of I'lnnta." Tho paper
promises to be of unusual Interest.
A large number of cniUm-era from
the northwest are expected to lie
Tito esse of Fiank llui Muiril,
irliing"d with I.l\ l.itr stolen five
| l.i.xe* of cigars from Itilcy'n eiilnim,
toilier First iivenuo imd Waal.lng
lihi street, whs dismissed by Judge
i. ... -.1 today.
The Only Paper in Seattle
That Dares to Print the Newfl
VOL. 6. NO. 188.
U-fti ntV tmmmJ-mmt
»■ ■ —» ■
KUROPATKIN WIRES THAT HIS COSSACKS CAUGHT JAPS NAP
PINO—WOMAN SAYS FOREIGN ATTACHES ARE RUSSIAN
(Br Berlins Nawa Aaa'n )
JAPANESE AMBUSHED ,
BT. PETERSBURG, Sept. 28.-General Kuropstkln reports that
the I'ral C|taaticka during the night attacked Ui<- Japane*« camp.
'It..- Japan. !•• were thrown Into a panic. 1 ... ■_, ka also ambushed a
half in'lii-ii 1.11 of Japanese .it), who aiialaiii.'l ' iiiislderable I"*..
THINKS FOREIGN ATTACHES ARE PRISONERS
ST. PETERSBURG, Kept. :h.-. Mrs. Ktastohenko. »bo ha. Just ar
rived at Clirfoo from I'ort Arthur, ays the missing French and tiei
man an he. bad much trouble with authorities at I'ort Arthur ba
fore leaving, on account of their Intimate knowledge of th* condi
tion. In the town snd forrtress. The. lady thinks that probably the
attache, have been captured and held sa Russian prisoners st I'ort
Arthur. - ■■.-.-- i-u%
■■ — •
KUROPATKIN IS PLEASED
ST, PETERSBURG, Sept. 2i.-Gen. Kuropstkln, In replying to
an sffrcttotiste letter from the czar, expresaed hi. unreserved Sl>
proval of the apjiointment of Gen. Grippenberg to tbe command u|
the second Main hurlan am .
JAPS WASTING LIVES AND AMMUNITION
H'iMi: Sept. 28—A Chefoo dlipsttb states that Gen. Htoeasel
hs. written to a friend there that the Japanese were wasting their
ammunition and live* in attempting to take the stronghold. ll* ex
preaaed the belli f that Port Arthur would hold out six months
WHERE THE BATTLE WILL OCCUR
HT. PETERSBURG, Sept. 28.—1t Is expected -. lisnle of Mi.k
den will occur to the east and northeast of the city, between Poo-
Choo and Sin-King. Tbe Jspsne* c are marching toward l!:« former
point along gi ■< 1 roads from Yental.
The Rurslans bate a front 24 versta In length between 'he Mao
rli. 1 suit a point north of Kin-King. K.iri.patk'.n . mala army was
to the left In tbe vicinity of Yental, Saturday last.
JAPS PREPARE FOR ANOTHER "FINAL ATTACK"
CHEFOO, Sept. 28.—Important events are preparing at Port Ar
thur and new. of the most momentous Important * I. hourly ex
pected. It I. believed that the Japanese will strike the final blow
Is a few hour, and Indications point to the beginning of a naval
attack which will be coincident with the taive onslaught of the
land troops. Two Japanese destroyers were ..i.served late lost night
In the vicinity of the harbor. One approached the mouth of the
harbor to the south* »rd snd the other remained further out to sea
About half sn hour later tbe vessel which ha advanced toward the
harbor flashed several signals to the other boat and then steamed
back, only to take s shoreward trse shortly after.
Reports brought here by Ituntlan fugitive, all tend to show tb.t
firing, which •-.-•-: on the evening of the 21th. waa remimed on the
.- Hi. and has .Snce 1" - maintained with undiminished fores. The
captain of s Chinese junk, which arrived here today, tell, of almost
Incredible losses en both .Idea He says that every time a .hell
bursts In the Japanese cair.p hundreds of men are killed and wound
id. and that tbe rsln if xhraunel terms to continue un< easing tin/
No Change in Japanese Positions
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept 28.—Gen. Kuropstkln report, today
that the "Japanese tancus- remains la the same .position east of
the railway. Small offensive par ties have 1. < n repulsed by the Rus
sian cavalry. The Japanese are concentrated at the Yental mines.
Pontoons SSI being built snd at Den Tela i'udxu several skirmishes
hsve occurred, In which a number of cattle and liome were (sp
NOMINEE HAS LITTLE SPEECH MAKING TO DO
WARMLY RECEIVED IN MONTANA
1 " —
tAy BcrtraTS New* Aita'aT
GREAT FAI.I.S, Mont.. Sept. 28.
—Senator Fslrliank'. sjiei isi ar
rived at II o'clock this morning.
after a slow night run from Ilutte
on the Great Northern. The meet
ing, at Ilouldrr and Marysvllle were
abandoned by the state committee.
and n meeting was held here at 10
o'clock this morning Instead.
Senator* Fairbanks and Iwlllver
will have a day* rest after tbe
many meetings of the last fca- days.
Neither shows the effect of the hard
campaigning. A big meeting will
lie held at Helena tonight.
Rousing meetings were held at
every Stopping place tn Montana
yesterday afternoon and last nigh!.
The train was delayed nt Bosaman
and when ihe special with Senator
Fairbanks and r«irty aboard finally
got SWSy from tho»clly almost a rec
ord run was made across the Oalls
When Senator Fnlrbank. reached
LONDON. Kept. £B.—Thl. morn-
Ills a bulletin say. tntf t'unon has
distinctly rallied. Her condition I*
less grave, though It la si 111 critical.
NEW BANK AT ROSALIA
ROSALIA, Wash., Sept. 28—The
Whitman County Stats bank opined
here for business j-tstcr.lny with a
rsplUlltsUon of $25,000. \V. 1",
Dwjrcr la president; A. J. Stone la
._ CENTS BS MONTH
Anaconda he wn. accorded a most
unusual demonstration. Tbe afreets
. I c «tt«-.-tS
were lined with .people and the the
ater In which he imd Senator Dolll
ver and ex-Fenator Carter, of M«.n
tuna, spoke, waa filled to overflow*
At the Anaconda meeting 'lie vice
presidential nominee spoke of the
Panama canal and of how the
Roosevelt administration had »uc
ceeded In making It en assured fa.
Ilutte turned out en maaae to
welcome the distinguished visitor.
One theater was not big enough to
begin to bold all the people who
wanted to hear Senator Fairbanks,
and two meeting* were held In Ih*
two theaters of the city, both meet
ing place. I'i'inti crowded.
In both ofhta Uutle speeches the
nominee sjmke of the duty on lan,l
ore, a protection for the mine* and
miner* of the west secured 'v Re
publican legislation. lie also tie.
clined that the party stand, for
will employed and well paid labor.
vlce-prrsldrnt; V. J Wllmer Is
cashier end W. O. Palmer la assist
NBWPOI Sept. 28.—A daughter
wan born this morning to Mr*
Anron U Levitt, formerly Ruth
Haled llrynn. This Is William J.
Bryan's firnt grandchild.
The ladle, of St. Mark', church
are holding a rummage .ale at
Third avenue and .I.ui:i.m street. Tbs
s.ile \ttll continue Thursday, Fridaf