SWEPT 111 I.
tl. I at led Ira*. 1
NEW YORK. Sim lS.—Kiiot
men*. damage haa been wrought
by the hurricane and storm visiting
the West ladies Wednesday nnd
Thursday, according to reports re
ceived here today.
It is feared that there will ha'
a large death list when all details
have been received. Already some
death and heavy damn. »« have
been reported at I'm! de I'tilx and
With tele, ruph nml cable com.
inttuiratlun disrupted it is Impo*.
slblc to ascertain the true sltua
Hanto Domingo right the brunt
of the gab- and the property loss
is suit* to be enormous. To a 1,1 to
tho terror of the situation, curtlt
disturbances are reported from
The storm which swept .1.1 mates
Is now moving iii the direction of
the ltahamans ami llcrmuda. No
less than 48 Inchea of rata fell at
Kingston while the storm was in
The property damage there ts es
timated at 1-00,000.
It la feared that the heavy rain
fall has playa'd havoc with the
banana crop. If this prove- to be
true it win cause great suffering
In Jamaica this winter, as the na
tives largely depend on the money
received from this crop to carry
them through the season. This will
prove an unusually hard blow at
this time as the natives have hard
ly recovered from the losses they
sustained In the earthquake of
1&..7. which laid Klnßuton in ruins
and dapstroyed 1,700 lives.
Railroads have been wrecked
and all traffic Is st a standstill.
Many vessels were driven ashore
during the storm and It Is feared
that a number of craft, unable to
weather the K.i '■■ went down.
He Took the Prise.
An Englishman was ,i.'. to
sneak at toe Al Fresco Dir.lt!.. club.
lie .1- ■•- stuck his monocle la hit
eye and told this story:
"I was in Chicago at .1 dlnnah.
you know," said he, "wheah Ilu j
were to give a pitas for the best
story. One fellah got up and told
a story and sat down, another told
another story end sat down, don't
ymi know, then they asked me to
tell m story. I arose and began:
" '1 ant an Englishman with a
sense of humor!" '.:;.,
"And lei my auiaiemeii" they gave
me the prize before I could say an
other word. You see what I mean?"
"Papa" was becoming Impatient at
the lattices* of the hour when he
remarked: "I can't see why that
young fellow who Is calling on Min
nie hasn't tense enough to go home,
It's nearly midnight." .
."The dear llttlo brother" of the
family ju*' then came ln. beard his
father's remark, and ventured some
. 'Ha; can't, father. Sitter's sitting
on him " Kr.ch_t.-te.
Orace—l believe Edith's fiance Is
ftiißtla-- Why so?
Chi— Ha*g going to give her an
engagement ring on her birthday.
Local Man Made
Well By Great
Rheumatism of long standing.
bowel disorders, stomach troubles
and nervousness mora four sllments
that made Sam McKlanon, living st
the AH*, hotel. l-f-Oi Third sv.. 111.
And he suffered .ins that were
distracting. They made him unfit
for his daily pursuits. He tried
many remedies. The best that any
of them did was to give him tempo
Then Mi McKlnnon heard of the
rxmghney ft Ix-ughncy Haiti- Oreo.
He visited tho treatment rooms,
-i*" to 22.1 People's Savings Hunk
Hulldlng, and began treatments. I.a*_
lle.f came at the very stnrt and l.v
the time the prescribed course of
treatments had been taken he
Iran- himself cured and he has
every reason to believe the cure will
be permanent. His ca*e Is one of
many »core that, have been cured
In Iti' last sixty days'.
The Hake Oven. low. ufo famous,
Is gathering popularity every dm
because of its almost miraculous
cures In case* that have ba-a-n pro
Specialists l-oughncy & bough*
ney charge nothing for consultation.
Thair offlca are opa*n dally from
I a. m. to fi p. m. anil from !) a. m.
to 12 M ir on Sundays.
Pianos .ii half price;
easy payments, without
Cline Piano Co.
1406 First Aye. *
j M. L. KLEIN
J THI SHOEMAKER.
| If fori can't (ast boots or
| iho«_ to fit yon. gat thsm _____
j to measure ai
liITJAMEg STREET. -
ZEALOUSLY GUARD '
111! I .i 11,.1 FWSSSj
MlDl.l.t.TiiWN. N. Y„ Nov. IS—-
To tie ccrtiiln tlmt the grave' of the
lute i:.I will.l 11. ll.Utlm.lll I. v ■ -a. .1
mi. in i > lay watchman, at spulUe
timet*, the « li!- of the "wlstiral"
has a'tiuacil to be pittcrd nt the Imuli
ti time cl.tfk, which records Ihe time
of the wnlchttirtt's Itlßlitly vlalta.
The clock in Inspected each day
to ascertain tliat none Of the wntcli
ttien was derelict In the duty.
The hotly of Harrlman la enclosed
hy witli. of Krntilte. tilitt the opening
la - ii. i with tn Inches of the same
MERRY MABEL IS CHOOFER
ALSO STAR OF VODVILLE
MABEL M'CANE IN HER CAR ON MICHIGAN AY., CHICAGO.
nv I in.II 11..1 nit,*..
Hast a desire to bar- the di
minutive Indigo Imps?
Wouldst arompel one 0. Hum h to
Institute a hasty , aearch for his
Wow into the Illg Bungalow
IWesternese for Orpheum) and
stick around until the Had Electrics
flash the letter *■_■*""—you'll mttot*
tain pretty pronto.
Her name is Mabel—Miss Mabel
She's the Merry Mlts with Two
fairs of Songs, an automobile and .1
Artistically. Mabel Is melodious
aa a madrigal—whatever that la.
A Blip of a girl, but aha snro does
cop ■;.<■ Mazume. Hence the Joy
Wagon. >-_ ..,:.
Mabel drives a powerful Pscksrd
— her own.
££_!. Hsr Folks Htvs Money.
Delving Into the records we find
thst Mabel la a chesty little Cbauf
IFOR THE LADIES]
1 FIFTY RESERVED SEAT I
I TICKETS for FRIDAY 1
MATINEE at i
I Majestic Theatre I
fl To be given out in the following £,
ii manner from &
I The Star Branch Office I
1 Third Ay.- 1419 -Third Ay. I
1 '* I
3 TEN TICKETS WILL BE GIVEN OUT EACH I
I DAY NEXT WEEK, up to and including Friday, be- .
I tween the hours of 10 and 11 a. m. each morning, one J
: ticket to each of the first ten ladies presenting a cash I
; . classified ad amounting to 25 cents or more at the down- §
I town office during this hour. REMEMBER, LADIES ! 1
■ Rotes Arc 8 Cents Per Line of Six Words I
— - n ai ——__._■. mm i iiiiui .
I The Star Branch Office I
pi Moimoso 1419 THIRD ma. *.-» i |
material. It l» n.d bellevetf thai
liiliieiil" I*lll try to aitc.il the heady,
j hut pri.vlalona are lie Inn iiunl-a lo
forestall nny such attempt.
WOMEN PLAN WORK.
Willi the avow.cd Intention of so-
I curing a hcttfr school htiiitae and a
larger corps of teachers for iii
ISouth Alkl i.. lia••■!■•. the wi.nn ii nt
i Smith A lltl iiit-t nt I lie home of Mm.
J. V. Howe am lhe nfiaiilium of Nu.
'venilii-r 10 linil cotinlilcreil pliius for
; the coming work.
j She telle me that she's rocxed 20
miles out of her rar in 32 m)nntes,
S three dogs and a hen. ll tt'cma to
rme thai It traveling Just a few.
Mabel keeps the ChooChoo Chariot
cached In a Chicago garage while
engaged In the lank ot ahouing the
Vulpine One from tho main en
Owing to lii*r popularity ale. the
line It will be some five months
ere she rrsnks up for a dlixy splu
along Mean ay.
Kroui Iheat' few remarks it might
be surmised that Mabel counts. She*
QUEEN ANNE PEOPLE
TO HAVE MEETING
North Queen Anne home owner*,
There tail! be a meeting at
Itmld a store, Queen Anne and
Howe sts. Monday evening, Nov.
' *.. at * o'clock The meeting will
be calla-d for the purpose of a..n
sideling the assessment of Third
at W. .-t al. If Interested, come. .
TUB STAR—SAT-IK DAY, NOVEMHKH 13. 00**
I'OIITI.AND, Ore.. Nov, 13—A
resolution condemning: the city im
thorltlr.k of Hpokane for their flithi
tin free speech ».i.. forward to
thtit cliy today by the Centra] Lit-
I ..niii II uf I'm iliiinl l.iiat nlirlil
eiiipporters of the Industrial Win It
era of lhe World attempted to gel
lha' central iiiiani body to co-operate
In holding ri mass mcetliiK to pro
iai ii. nln. t the action of the i-ipo
kiine officials, hut this was refinta-d.
However, lhe rcauilutltitm piisiae-d
severely arraign Ihe Hpokane an
thnrltlt-s for "Imprlsoiilim mnn and
w.in,i n who exercise the rluht ol
free speech In tho streets ol Him
BPOKANt*. Nov. 13.— 1 i|_ . re
ported toiltiy that tin* military mi
IhorltlcH at Port Wright, where a
liutiili.il Industrial Workers are Im
prisoned In the »;u.'tt-il house, are
Im,inline that tire prisoners be liven
food. A majority of ilu* men con
fined there are still on hunger
strike and tunny are too weak to
Him from their cots.
Mr.- police authorities believe
the.y hnve the- situation under con
iml, but the Industrialists declare
Ihcy nro only watting for recntlts
In arrive from the Northwestern
states to continue the dcmoiittra
lift» linn arrived today from
Wiling* and Ureal Falls, Mont ,
and ne-nrly a hundred from Be
attta*. Twenty-five mure men are
expected from Fontanel today.
The employment agenclca In Hp«
kane have anntitinced that they will
not hire members of the Industrial
Workers of the World, aa their
clients refute to accept them, that
they are agttator* and cause tilt
satisfaction aiming other employes.
The city has not yet fell the ef
fecta of the* boycott declared by
the miners of Ilurke, Idaho, but
j It la feared that if the fight con
tlnuea much longer It will cunall
the thlpment of euppllo* from
H|«ikane w heita-ualei-a Into the Coetir
ir Ala-he mining diatrlct*.
NEW REVENUE *»:*S
The revenue cutter Thetis, fit^t.
A. J. Henderson In command., at
rived In iho harbor this morning
and la anchored In tbe sUnltn
CapL Henderson hat 1 ■■•<n ottmtnt
lo ptiM..i-d at oiu-e to tbe driMrt
ment headquartrr* at Wasbln gititi.
D. C, and Capt, W. K. V. Jacobs
will aatunie command. JJjj |
The new commander la it,.— l-l
lit arrive In the city some time
this evening. He la at preaent In
trtammand of th* t'hannlng. which
la on patrol duly in the Htraltsi
The relleve-i captain has b-ajen
on duty in and around Fuget sound
for the past four yeare. He will
tat" a position in the Woaahlngton
frreco Costs In Tonlaht.
The steamahlps Hampton and
Cmatilla are due lo arrive in the
harbor thla evening from Han
. Francisco. Both are carrying
; Urge crowds for this time of the
I year and both hate bad perfect
weather in which to make the* trip
MAX DUFFEK "ON HIS WAY"
"Think I'll go down to the Majestic and see the ahow," tald former
l'ia>r,.-i-ulltig Attorney Kenneth Mackintosh this mortilug, so wha-n he
taw Mtir. huff.. the "Man I'pslde Down" first, he Iclephained lhat
Intrra-ttlng fact In to The Slar llrauch Office No. 1. at 1419 Third ay .
and The Star sent hint an order for two box seats In the Tha-atro
When Mackintosh -.a*, Duffek. he. Duffek. not Mackintosh, was
riding acrottt the street on a big msttlff dog. mi-rely another of his
million ways of going round the world.
Duffek closes ht* engagement at lha Majestic tomorrow Mini It Is
his statement that during hi* wa-a-k In Ht-altle he has adda*d no less
thsn 100 new « .•- ■ of locomotion to hts Ital, During the week be has
.tint. much attention through hl« peculiar actions on the public
ttra-ets. The Htar buslnets utile.- haa received no leta than COO
different telephone catls concerning bint and it'll day it has distributed
two box stats At.. two orchestra scat* In the Majeatlc theatre .it a
MUST HAVE MORE
STREET CARS FOR
QUEEN ANNE HILL
Icr. ,•;*. ,| at lhe poor service
meted oui lo Qneen Anne hit rt-*l
det-.ta. Councilman Bparkman Intro
dua-cd a bill st the meeting of the
a-orpraratlona cotnniltlee yeaterday
requiring the Heat lie Elr-ctrle com
liany to in*-*rate cars over the North
Quran Anne route every file mm
uter* from 7 o'clock tn the looming '
until 7 o'clock in lhe evening
The bill wss prepared by A. I*.
Valentine at Ibe request of Coun
Councilman Sawyer oppa.se*d the
bill until representstlves of the 8.
E. Co. conld be oo lhe ground to I
state their able, of the caae.
"Queen Anne hill people nt*ed
adequate service right away," said
Mr. flpatkman. "and It mutt be
given or else property value will
I**- endangered." The bill wat ree* l
aamtti"' for pattage.
bOS ANOFXES, Nov. 13—Sup
porters of William C. Mushel, can
didate for msyor of bos Angeles
st Wednesday's primary elections,
today are awaiting a reply to the
request for a recwint which their
candidate address***"] to Oeorge A.
Ara-ording to the figures an
nounced by the city clerk. Smith,
who Is the candidate of the repub
lican organization, defeated
Mn.lii't for a place on the final
ballot, which will lie voted I*. r*-m
ber 7. by '. I votes.
MailMt 'a adherents claim Irregu
larities In the count .
bile la*" evening Muahet com
municated with Smith, asking that
he consent to the Institution of a
GENERAL WESTON RETIRES.
SAN I HAN' IH. • ■ Not. ll.—
Major Oensral John 1". Weaton,
• and Ing the department of Pal-
Ifornla. today rutin I from the I'nlt
ml States army, after 41 yi-ara, of
active service, Tbe latter part of
bia term In Ihla <.!»-- Oenaral '.".,-.t..n
ha. l>*-.*ri In the I'r-.i.11.. general 1i...
pllal. 111. a|*.n.,ral \V*-.t.,n began hla
military career when but IS yeara
of age, at I lie- beginning of th- I'lvll
war. In lilt, when hut IS yeara Of
age. ba wsa mad lieutenant of the
Fourth Kantuek) cavalry.
ile —You can't think how nervous
I was when I proposed.
.me—You ... think how nervous
I was until Mm did.— Laalla'a
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>v n_ w n"^ n w J3 __. T h
g^i^^&v Stop f^d Think! j;
j<\ -/v l-W>-ssS^Uy l/fi^_^__s. ° v w'"'"** Miouldera does the blume Ila- for this" ll'll_tfj||Wit-'
-/Jl'vl. y^*i_SletS-\tYr fr home proposltlonT — ' *'--^~-%_u*TXn-'
-■ 1 _'•*_ >> rt -^*<s s/ '/ WE ARE SELLING BEAUTIFUL 5 ACRE TRACTS, W°"°2tM*-I
V —•» s>----_ti|JJ/ THE BALANCE EASIER THAN RENT-$lO A MOM- ""^ ( _
l^si^X i mat iii -_- •-^ A piece of property like this one.' In your possession "*lfi^^t
/-■ gt tl) ,*--__. _. .... -j*-****" "'" road to fortune. Nowhere In the realty market is -**^«*J.«
/V_**-S \ *--^e a l_*, **»*- '" -_■**»** tlful homo site, with enough ground to make you free, f f*jlK-efU*«'
i— * i\\' ''-•■'****»-■—^*°~-" —«** prices and liberal terms. * ■ _hlnkl«» °*
A \Nt*_J" Mnny people have purchased tracts from this plat t»ml many more *i*W***
* V; f • doing tha same. t J. „- sll
-J-- "Procrastination la the Thief of Time,"" and such tacUcs will rob you of the home thai ls now within ms
Coma to our offlcs at onos snd get full psrtlculsrs. a 4
Morris Realty Co., 20S*
THUGS MURDER LOS
la. I nii-l I".*-, i
LOS A.'*>;i:i.)..*-. Nov. I..—The
|m.iii,. today art* combing the i liv
iii an effort to run to earth Ihe
tin. ■- thugs who shortly after mid
night shoi I. A, Wlddell, -. coach
man. tn W. 23rd at., the most fa.'i
iianable residential section ot tbe
Ten minute-* before lhe murde>r
of Wlddell, Ibe footpads llrt-d four
shots at W. 11. Elms, department
manager of the Uroadway Depart*
it.'-nt Hlore, who was hurrying to
ward hla home with a large sum
of ii. ...apj in his pockets. Eltus re
fused tie- ir commands to halt and
made '.la a-scape amid a fuelled" of
bullets from their revolver*.
Within five mlnutea alter Wld*
del) had been aheet down acorra of
cltl.ens were helping the police
ti'arch for the trio. Oood descrip
tions of the murderers were fur
iiiabi-d by persons who, attracted
by the shooting, saw the men run
ning from Ihe a peel where their
victim Isy beneath m brilliant arc
■ii.-i am.iinn.i —i.M-iai. ai a_i.ii- i..__.,■__■ ■ ■■
Runaway Runs Down
Deaf and Dumb Men
1 tab* to hear lhe- shouts of
j warning from a do.en throats, Iwo
Ideaf and dumb men. Albert I. Hole,
aged 25, an upholsterer, and Mat
thew Treaae. ag«-.l 22, a laborer.
werv knocked down by a runaway
I team at Third SI land T««l«f way
last night- Each was painfully hut
not dangerously cut and bruised
aboul the bead and fa. a- Both
were taken to tbe city hospital.
They will 1,, dtschargatd tomorrow,
] The team ran several blocks be
tore being stopped.
A Necataary Qualification,
As a South Jersey country physi
cian waaa driving through a village
he saw a man amusing a crowd
wllh the antics of I,l* trick dog. The
I doctor pulled up and said: "My
idoar man. bow did you manage to
train your dog that way? I can't
teach mini* a single trick." The
msn looked up with a simple rus
tic look and replied: "Well, you
see, lt'» this way: To. have to
know more'n thai dog, or you can't
learn him nothlii'."
Nervous Old Cant —Have you no
ticed a strange effuvla hanging
about this neighborhood lately.
Brain) p.-c.—Yes, ... You mean
ii furring looking Mini with a fierce
| black mustache and lung nit Ho
■ was standing agin that post only
la few l„ m.i.1.-k „*.,, Comic Outs.
DID DEAL IS
John Davis & Co. Say
There la Opportunity for
Cheap Flat Buildings in
Por a mi,'i.i. i m inn of 1171.400
cash, Krederla k X Htruve pur
ctiar,a*d, durltiK lha |>aait we-e (<_
through John llavls A Co., the
proper..-1 on l-*lr*t aye, known as the
Wad-worth hill •ll tilt. The building
1.... ii slily fool tii.i.t..r-i on rlr*i
aye. and Is located Just north of
.Mint) i.Ji Sl.
Three hundred and fourteen thou
sand aires of rich Origan land, b<*
longing lo lhe ntute of Oregon has
hearli placed tin lilt' IlliitUa 1 by ||,c
..'uta* iinil,. i hi. - through Caihiitiii,
lie-iinv cv I - vr. ir-.- of Besttle. The
price iiriri-d for thla land Is |I 0 |«-r
acre, which Incltidt-s the wate-r
The conlrnct for Installing the
Irrigating systems -111 be !«■» Li
the atate, and only a three months'
rial'ie nee- in required. And this
three mouths may be- filla*d out nt
at ft« time within three ya-ara. The
trait la loasta-d In tin? Ilea Chutes
valley, In ('antral Oregon.
Want Brittle Securities.
Calhoun, IV-nny A X ••!■'• i" -ho
reca-ntjy added a stock and bone)
.!■ I'lutii.e-i.a to handle the <;•; of
local Inttltutlona, rejaort a most e-_
--ca-lli'tit business since that bei;!ii
ulna of the- new tje-jiarturc.
They comment on the great In
terenl e1...*-.!, by l..vi. ti, Invetalors
fur Ha-aitle securities, and are rnuth
pleased with the p-sult of the butl
neaa .t* far as It haa gone.
Aa-i aif.'.ii.i: lv John Ilavls A Co., a
little speculative buying is !.- ".n. In
•!rili:< a In at pie .a nt in ti.* n (.rade
aectiun of Ihe north end. "Al pres
ent." ii. A. I*. Hill manager «f
lhe real estate department, "It l»
limited to the tection south of I a - -
ny way and i-atl of First .... • ■ .-■
but it Is lntlmaie-d thai the activ
ity win reach farther north.
District Leveled Off.
"The ra-ason for this Interest
taken In the north end ia very
plain. In the firtt place, lhe dis
trict is being rspldly leveled off,
even aa far back as flattery or Wall
sir«-eia. where the grades meet.
"In tbe second place, the owners
of property on upper Bt-cond and
Third avenue's have sufficient faith
In the dltlrlrl to put up fir ft <;.. -
tiilllallliCa No pioneering haul
ara* attempte d here.
"Outside of this speculative feat
ure, the market haa not developed
any urinaria! demand for any partlo
ular class of prupt'rty. The city
hss r-a a-lia •) Its full shsre of In!
ht** and office buildinga. It it*
a number of hotela, select apart*
meat buildings and Its aiistocratic
home. but It --111 lacks In some
Cheap Fist Buildings Needed
"flcstile ba. grown to be a big
cliy, and Ihe time has arrived when
a certain percentage uf the popu
lation will be poor peer-pie. who will
find It difficult to pay the rent
asked for srirae of our flats by the
property owners, and who will find
It still hsrder to buy one of the
pctorcut residence. slti*s offa'red.
I-TOTltion roust be made for iha-m.
More chrap flat buildings are need*
a-.] and tin-- an- not bad lnva_.t*
ments. after all This firm fair In
stance, has had e-__aMerable th
maud for small Investment proj-er
_J varying In value tH'tween $10,000
and 115,000, "■ has been hard lo
wee»d ■ill good Investments of that
class and at thoae flgurea."
Ole Hanson at Co.. who have de
voted a great deal of their time
In the- past year platting acreage
announce that they are now In m\
position to handli- in a more com
plete an. city real rain. They
have engaga-d four well-known broh* I
era. and -ill push their alt) buti- j
tie-nt Itl the same manner a- tin J
have their country acreage.
"We have devoted a great deal
of our time to acreage, and It haw.
Ths mkn who guaran.
teea to taarh you to
tree. wI th mimic
I raaot.a. » Ith i,
every da) and evening.
t'latlt* and a**"'-.
l_adles free. Fourth and
. Pin* Teletihonaa.
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What ths EnoiUt, isrm -J*
!-• violent Cell .„ **•*£;*
eonttsnt running it _L___h***
!J''^. o ■mountirifl ..Tt**"
tears, Is promptly m-"*!"**!
mediate of-B. vt^J»» *
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htrd, ttubborn Cold. 7wm*} *»
Tltt the *•** pocket, A fl_,
You will be inuretiM _ bm
that we hare wore salts __* nris
Iti dalljrt.se than _t 'eifci'ia^
turir* rrmlilaal .v|B£[
We gusrutaa ocr «fe. __
vauiu to be superior to iii mirk
Purcell »*& Co, M Occktaa
«r., sgents tor Herrta.-HallJUrt,
Htfe Co, -A-ot-f-xtartri'Wttiii
ulne Hall Safe AUtkCt,,^
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