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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, April 27, 1896, Image 8

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Ai Amy Post Subscription by
the Great Northern.
fwlttir'i * -*—"——r "Ommm.
Ha Great Kartbero railway win sub
scribe K.OW for Wsa Seattle army post.
Tin gbov* ilapsteb wa* received from
(I. Paul yesterday by Assistant General
Traffic Manager Shelby, of the Great
Norlberc. an<l It shows the railroad ecm
psr.v to be alive to the len»«a to coma
from the establishment of the army post
an Magr.ili* bSuffc The subsidy required
lor the donation of the site to the govern
ment wal substantially assured rv>™i
t*y» ago. and with this latest addition
will undoubtedly be completed In a very
abort time. No substruction since that of
Hit) by the publis-spirUed employes of lbs
Httmson Mill Company, at Ballard, has
given go great erxouragemant to the com
mittee oo alte. and Chairman Goldsmith
and other members of the committee are
gratified that their labors are about to
It la understood that the Northern Pa
cific will also come into line with a sub
scription of Sl.<K*. although no definite In
formation to that effect has yet been re
ceived. With the aid of donations from
the railroad companies, the money and
land eonlrlbuted by private cittaena leave
no roaa tor doubt that the subsidy will ba
The finance f ommlttee of the Chambeg
el Commerce will continue Its work today,
and the solicitors for donations will enter
upon their task eagerly, for they know
that success Is soon to crown their efforts.
A rtcrtjftz OF AI'HTIS.
Jt Oom Xot Hramiblr Allsop Courtney
and tu« He war.l.
Chief of Polk* Reed received a pkrture
yeatarday Irnin Duluth, Mien., which la
•opposed h> b* that of A. A. Austin. who
murdered Lena Olson.
It wan rtatwi at police headquarters that
it did not look tike James E. Allsop, who
*a< a.tfflUMl In this city bjr Datactlvs ]
Courtney, of Minneapolis. on the charge
of bavin* committed the murder while
«nai<|u«radlng under the name of Auatln.
Thin complication wlil make it difficult
for Courtney to ewrure the reward he
war after. It ha« Just leaked out that
Courtney did not adhere Mrtrtly to the
truth while he waa In thia city. He (aid
that he wen. from Minneapolis to Ban
Franclaoo. A person who u« certain
affidavits that Courtney took bark with
him nays that Courtney left Minneapolis
April 1 and arrived In B«attle April 1».
How he could have reached Han Francisco
In the Interim 1m a hard problem to aolve.
Some one who happened to be In the
pr,atomi c When Courtney arrested Allsop
tell* a atory of how he jumped up In tha
air and yelled out, "The world la mine."
Busy Day at Oman IKwk Not the
Umuil Blue Monday.
Steamer City of Puebla will go out thla
morning at t o'clock for Han Francisco
with a full cargo of coal and the following
passengers: John M.-a*en. >llll Banning
ton. A. Cuater, J. E. Spangler. O. H. Park.
Mrs, Park. H. F. Whitney. Mm Whitney.
Mamie I ring ton, W. T. lajw. Mra I>JW.
Joe Hanf. Mr». F. Hanf Mia* Hanf. Mr.
Hangell. Mra. Ilanz.ll. Henry U. Ford
Emll I«hman. Mm M H. Hmtth Mine M.
Johnson, K L (lamtrie. Mra. ihmMe, Mr*.
Urowntield and two children. Ml» T. K.
Iladfleld. Robinson Jack*.in. (leorge A.
Baker, Mary Aun«\ Mary llarlng, A. Fin
The \V.»lla Walla will arrive some time
during the forenoon with a heavy cargo of
general men-hand!*- and the following
rasaengers for Seattle: O. A Hum*. J. T.
Washer. J. W. Halbert. Mm. J. K Hall
way. w. n. llruce. H. P. Peterson. William
M Curtis, J. Wilson. wife and child. A. J.
Young and wife, O. Fm**r. 8. Orahtms,
P. F. Crockard. 8. Bernstein. Mine l.yon.
Mia* Hansen, A. P. Burgess, p. m Douglas,
Mr. Albert, Mary Antone, O. A. Kills Mr
Levy U Dreyfoc*.
Knthualaatlo Young ( Itlaen of C hi
friatljr I'li-unl With the Hound.
Among the recent visitor* to this city I*
Edwin 8. ("unman the only son of "Bis
marck" Canroan, the great railroad editor
of the Chicago Tribune, tie ha* come to
the Paclß • Northwest primarily for his
health. hut Is now so much pleased with
•eattil- tha: he announces his Intemion of
locating here If satisfactory buslne** ar
rangement* can he made. "Bvidenily th>*
climate will agree with me." he said last
evening, "and already I find myself pre
pared to make my home here."
Mr t an man 1* an active and energetic
t>ii«lnc-« an, and Is possessed of consider
able mean* III* business exprrleace .later,
from hi* early jimth. when he wu* an
em... Inn, for W C Van Home, the mag
nate of the Canadian Pa. in- railroad.
t otumander-ln-« lil«>r Walker.
f'r K. W*ll.m Young, of !h:s city. hn*
received a letter from «*bf-f of Staff Dloi
r h. slating iiiat Commander-in-Chief
Walker, of the <! A. R. exp, . t,u to leav*
Bin Francisco Ritsirday night, reaching
Portland this evening, and leaving th. re
1 might at !! V t.i arrive in Seattle Tue*-I vy
morning at stf o'clock Tin* make* no
provision for a *top at Tac.una, which the
party may make. l»r. Young may possibly
g • to Portland to meet the u slingulshed
visitors. Chief of Staff Dietrich being
old-time Wi nd of his.
MWIIIIK or Male Uiiod t t.ln m I ANION.
J 11.-wanl Watsmi. of I.*ke Chelan, and
P O. W.-lts, if Falrhaven. of itie
si Ite rou.l commission. arrtve.l in the city
>. sterday. and will be (.one,! tadav by li
V \\ t» -»n the third in- mhet of the com
l»i' >!«o>n A me- tine ~f (ho , •mßlis.lon will
'•* held io.isy, probably In the courthouse
• • which the varl- . n>v.l case* in . mte.t
wil. com •up for
definitely how lung the . mmis. ~|> will be
In • * .s*i- »».
Not tor to Vot«»rm.
l'lac* of holding Repubi »r. caucu* and
primary, ci Apr;! j» an-l Mar j,
lively, in t-.s F ':h prertiu t of the srh
w ird is chstrf ! :r«n WT Ser—.th ave
nue. a* puNlshed In th» call of the e.an
nv'.tec. to l«>« S »th avenue. Bowws'
»rl. Kir.g Co : v l;. ; uhi; , M
H. C. OOBlyiN. Ckainoaa.
W. 11. Oorham. S' rviary.
The MrKlnley f luh.
The McKlrlev t'ln!. will nv ,. Monday
svcnlug at o'v-' .-W In rv»>m C. S. »•:
National > iu>k bull.lmc. J..hn |; Alien
W W. Wlishir.- and others w:S! allnws
j) aiaiienoa. s- i ali the » e :
of the ward club* are rev., ','. lt o
Choice dark patterns in che\ ,ot. serge
a* t ti! bet «;>rlrg overcvMlts for f" '. ««,,
t; * >;: own »:ock sale. &1S Seoon.l a v»
Good Flour.
Aid Ni3Ve.IV A
Either Brand Will
Suit Yon.
r»il»»filiTt orfcr rfOM Mtowfc
TMtr EcnapMot- *• 'i 3lll- m *
ratdidate to the P»!rt«ittaJ degree te'.-
urday evening. and at the n«t meeting
mill advance two cuMtn to the GoUea
Hulc degree.
B*at;h Lodge. So. T. wfll receive an of
ficial iMt from the pusl muter tomor
row evening.
Lake Washington Lode*. So. *7. W.E
rot't r the Thirl degree upon ere candi
date tonight. It will also entertain its
friends Monday evening. May 1L
R>sg»:jr Rebekah I»Jge. No. «. »U coc
f« the Rebekah degree upon one candidal*
next Friday evening. It wIU entertain
Mount Taiouia Rebeksh Lodge. of Ta
roraa. ami Mystic Jewel Rebekah Lodge,
No. ¥>, oo Friday evening. May Si-
Yesterday being the 77th anniversary of
Odd Fellowship. a large delegation of Odd
Fellows and Daughters of Rebekah at
tended drvine service* at the Plymouth
Congregational church and listened to a
very able and entertaining address on Odd
Fellowship and the prtnrlplea of the or
der. friends hip. love and truth, by the Rer.
W. H. O. Temple.
Rldgely Rebekah Lodge celebrated Its
tenth anniversary Wednesday evening by
Clvlng a social dance at Pettis* hall. Aboat
twenty-five couples were present.
I'nlted Workmen.
One of tbe most enjoyable socials of the
season was given by Seattle Lodge, No.
«. Friday, April 24. at Ranke's hall. By
*-» o'clock the hall waa well filled and the
First Regiment orchestra commenced the
programme with an overture. The ad
dress of welcome was delivered by Mas
ter Workman G. F. Co'tterllL A recita
tion by M.ss Lonelia Dyer was grea-Jy
appreciated, and a vocal solo ty C. W.
Saunders was heartily encored. A reci
tation given by Miss Hansen was much
enjoyed, as was a piano duet by Miss Olga
Crist and Mrs. Gertrude Levy, who had to
respond to an encore. A pretty fan drill
waa given by eight students of the busi
ness college, under the direction of Mlsa
Lizzie J. Richardson, and was loudly ap
plauded. and tbe eight little Japanese
maidens had to return. The laat number
on the programme was a vocal solo by
William Thomas, who sang a sailor's song
In costume, and who was twice recalled.
The hall was then cleared for dancing,
which was kept up till a late hour. The
affair was ur«der the direction of J. H.
Hemer, Harry J. Bailey, It H. Peters aad
Lu Foreman.
Order of the Eastern Htar.
The officers of Lorraine Chapter. No. 8,
are drilling for the beautiful floral work
which will be put on at the special meeting
in May. l»rraine auxiliary met Wednes
day afternoon at tbe home of. Mrs. T. H.
Cann. Zto Ninth avenue. "Elisabeth Bar
rett Browning" was the special subject
chosen for tbe day. Her photograph, sur
rounded by a frame of evergreen, occu
pied a couspi.uous place In the parlors.
A general outline of her life and works
by Mrs Wood was supplemented by a
more personal description by Miss Gatch.
and an account of the home, the Individ
uality and the artistic Inclinations of the
Brownings, by Miss Mints Foster. Three
divisions were made of Mrs. Browning's
shorter works, her earliest, her best and
her last poems. Selections from each of
these were read by Mrs. Cann. Mrs. Fen
ton. Miss Koster and Miss Daisy Cann.
Light refreshments were served in the
course of the afternoon.
Knights of Pythias.
Queen City Lodge, No. 10, held a business
meeting Monday evening, after which
cards were enjoyed for a short time. To
night there will be a progressive whist
party, to which all Knights and their lalies
are Invited.
Seattle Division. Uniform Hank, turned
out thirty strung at the funeral of Eufene
llehrman Hun.luy last, and the same on
Monday at the closing ceremonies of the
life of Blr Knight W. D. McMillan. The
division will assist at the benefit Tor the
widow neit Thursday night. Capt. Olson
continues street drill* In good weather and
l.ieut. Caughey at Armory hall, Tuesday
night Knights Keltner, Plummer and
Fcurt advanced and each is now wearing
a calla lily. Wednesday evening next
there is the choice of a drill, the Black
Diamond reception or the liathbone Sis
ters* social and hop under the hall, at Ste
vens hotel.
Forefltrn. of America.
Another rousing meeting of Court Ex
celsior. No. 5.377, was the result of a stag
smoker last Tuesday, upwards of IK be
ing In attendance, and delegation** coming
from Court Knterprise, Court Crescent, of
Ballard; Court Pride, of Seattle; from
Fremont, and Court I*. 8. A., of Oakland,
Cal. Tiie visiting commit tee reported hav
ing called upou the sick every day of the
week. One new member was initiated.
After the business of the evening had been
concluded, an adjournment was made to
the lower hall, where the smoker was held.
The Excelsior mandolin band played sev
eral selections, and sougs, recitations, step
dances and a flute solo were given. Those
wha did not care for music spent the
time at cards. The hall was tastefully
and patriotically decorated. At 12 p. m.
every one went home, loud in praises of
the arrangement committes.
National Union.
Evergreen Council, No. TS2. initiated flf
teen candidates at the regular meeting
Wednesday evening and elected sixteen.
Twenty-two will be initiated at the next
meeting. t»-*ides Ihe sixteen elected last
week. The council has not yet closed its
charier. The total number elected io
membership to .tate js lso. John Arthur
w is ele-te.i sr.d installed as speaker on
a ount of the resignation of W. L I'helli*
I'nder go>i of the onler, the newly elect
ed speaker entertained the council by a
few well chosen remarks and by reading
extracts from the Tn-Colour. a paper de
voted to the interests of the .National
Itoj-ftl Arvnntim.
Ralniir Council, No, 1.599. on Welr.es
t day evening last, afltr a short business
•ration, dur.pe whl.-ti Mr J Berkman wis
] initialed, threw open It* door*, and admit
ted the Wives of a larcw number of the
members, together with •everal friends.
All pro.-e.-d.-d to enjoy the pleasures of
I progressive whiM. After several itaxnes
I those pre-- rt were served by the commlt
! tee with cake and coffee. Mrs. P. H tkv
i lan and Mrs Hunt were each presented
1 with a souvenir, for winning the largest
| number of points. Music ar.d dancing fol
lowed until a late hour.
Kiittfht* of the \lHi-ealiet*«
The regular weekly review at Seattle
Tent. No. t. wu held in Its new hail in the
Krya block, .'or- »r First avenue and Mar
lon street, last Mo:.laj evening w,th a
Isi'fe alletidan • The new paraphernalia
and robes having arrived, the new ritual
was earaipltfled in a very Impressive man
ner to the great Mitsfa.'Um of the tent.
Iroerestlng dlscour*** iry several prom
inent members |»r<-s»nt hr ight the meet
ing t» a dose cla*« of flft<«,n Candi
da IS will be Initiated this evening, and
all members are urgently r* j'Ks' M :a
pri sent. Visitors ar« cordially invited.
IndffK ndotit Unlrr of Koto t r».
Court S-.ittl, N-i W he'd Its regular
meet!i Tut -day even.t-g, April 31. Two
candidate* *<r» duly obligated. a-i at
tention was called to the negligent manner
In •h!.-h t • * -k brothers are ! ->k d after
The las s relating to the visit - g a f ,b„
ri k will hereafter be nwr» rtgidSy com
plted With.
I#d«i t>l The MaeiNilH<e«.
Seattle Hive. N•* *. held "a \r re
t'„ w Thumiav «.t n.g «>-» initiation
io* p!* 1 "' fttwl two a;»pl at. *:•* w. re.
«*(**•!. Tha *nt n.-eurg will t* held
May it at v 5 A R 1... ahca several Ren
cacdMates will tie ii. s.aled.
I he >1 Fraternity.
1.-r. 1.- . Vrv !W. r. a-xl A. M. W.li
ro-' - • . • '-gr»< • Master
Krviaj. V * at a • •ai, omnramcauon.
Tie lei; -juer,! taa list has Dee® print
ed ar. l oo(4a» can be had at the buai-
Inaa »>in..a >.« lis j a». lat*-^gacc«r.
Wedding Guests Gather, but
the Bride Cometh Not.
"<*agH," the Sport. Victimised by a
Woman Who Promised to Marry
Him—An I'nanlllnc Search.
Henry Robb.'ns. commonly called "Old
Skagit." Is in a peck of trouble. His in
tended br.de has gone, tne preliminary
wedding banquet remains untasted. there
is an old trunk with a tin pan in it at his
house, and sad to relate he and his pet
bulldog arc locked up at the city JaiL The
police say that "Old Skagit" has the de
lirium tremens, to say nothing of having
been focled by May Morris, a vivacious
woman of the town.
"Old Skagit" lives at Interbay. He is a
sp jrt and owns a regular fighting bulldog.
May Morris always said she was a New
Yorker and traveled in good society befOT#
coming West. Last Wednesday she in
formed Miss Graham, at whose house she
was staying, on Washington street, that
ahe had received a telegram from New
and that she intended returning borne.
She left the house, but did not take her
trunk or hamper. She called once or twice
during the remaining days of the week,
and on Saturday came In with a rush. She
ordered the servants around, called a hack
an.l finally went away with her trunk.
Before going she stepped Into the Mirror
nloon and said: "1 am going back to New
York, where I will be petted and loved."
Those In the saloon laughed in their
sleeves, and since then "pelted and loved"
have been by-words with the boys.
At this point "Old Ska fit" appears In
the story. He had become acquainted with
Miss Morris, and. in fact, fallen deeply In
love with her. According to his own state
ments the wedding waa to have taken place
next Tuesday, but as a preliminary there
was to have been a grand banquet at his
home at lnterbay yesterday afternoon at
3 o'clock. Cards were sent out. and to
have things up In style a cltv caterer was
secured to see that the banquet was up to
date. Everything was progresslnfi finely,
and. according to "Old Skagit's" story,
he took the trunk of his beloved "little
girl" out to his house Saturdav afternoon.
He could not bur to be away from her.
so be came in to town In the evening, and
was with her for a long time. Incidental- •
ly she asked him for K5 to get some trifles.
He gave her the money, of course. Now
he figures that in all he put up several
hundred dollars to fit her out in the latest
style. When he left her Saturday ntgfet
be had visions of bliss floating before his
eyes. He looked upon her as a young lady
from New York, who was to make his
home a perfect Eden. Last evening he
called her different names.
"Skagit" tried to sleep, but It was no
use. He got up early yesterday morning
and hurried down town to press those ruby
lips. Imagine his surprise when he found
that bis "deary" bad gone. His mind be
came seised with a horrible thought, and
straightway he ran with all his might to
Miss Graham's house, and rang the bell
until everybody in the house came out of
bed in afright. Miss Graham opened th«
"Where Is Miss May?" demanded "Skag
"I don't know." said Miss Graham, "she
left here last Wednesday and said she was
going to New York."
"Let me have her, woman!" yelled
"I haven't got her," retorted Miss Gra
ham with warmth in her voice.
"If you don't release her at once I will
call a policeman," screeched "Skagit."
"Call in tho whole force," replied Miss
Graham, and then she slammed the door.
"Skagit" ran up to police headquarters
and told bis story. Then he ran up to the
private house where Detective Cudihee
rooms and pulle l him out of bed.
"I want you to go down to Miss Gra
ham's." he said, "and rescue my little girl
and place her In the hotel where she be
longs. She Is to be my bride. If they
don't Kive her up, teiar down the house."
"Skagit" rushed bark to the police sta
tion. and Informed the officers there that
If his Intended was not rescued he would
discharge the entire police force. Having
pronounced this ultimatum, he went sail
ing up the street, and soon appeared with
a spotted horse, which he drove up and
down the main streets as If his life de
pended upon getting somewhere. Finally
he cam« to the conclusion It was time to
go back to Interbay and away he wtnL
According to a reliable person. "Skagit"
cam.) Into the little community like a wild
min. The banquet was ready and some
of the guests on hand. It is said that the
spread cost him J3UO and that the display
of cut flowers was line. "Skagit" came
into the house like a wild man. and said
that he wanted ail the partitions taken
out of the house and everything covered
with canvas. The guests commenced to
soatter and "Skagit" came to the con
clusion he would 3ee what was in the
trunk. He got an axe and smashed it
open. Alas, there was nothing but a tin
pan and a few pieces of rubber pipe.
Crazed at being played for a "sucker." he
commenced to smash things up at a lively
rate, and pretty soon the telephones In
the place commenced to ring for police
"Send an officer, quick." was the mes
sage. " Skagit' Is breaking up the town."
Sergeant Willsrd and Detective Will
iams started for Interbay and OR the way
out sighted "Skagit" coming inio town
with his fighting bulldog. The officers fell
in behind and trailed him. When he
reached North Seattle an ordinary Jog
rushed out of a yard and jumped the bull
do*. * 41
"Take him." yelled "Skagit." Then'the
fur fl-w "Skaglfs" dog jfot hold of the
ordinary dog and shook h.m. The ordi
nary dog howled and out came a woman
to protect the ordinary dog.
"Don't let the bulldog kill my dog."
said the woman.
"Your dog commenced It." said "Skagit."*
"and my dog will tlx him."
Then the woman said something moro
and "Skagit" told her to get Into the
house or he would take a shot at her. Th»
Wimian lost no time in ge-ting Inside ard
In her fright put out the lights.
ITetty soon "Skagit" pulled his dog off
the ordnary dog ar>l went along the
street until he saw anoifctr dog. The buil
ds* nave one Jump ami away nf-nt the
uosr not w itihinti: to disrujt* matter? N*-xt
along came a Cedar street rar. "Skagit"
got on with h;.-» bulldog. The conductor
was going to put h.ni off. He did not
have money The officers quietly pail the
fare and awa> went the oar. "Skagit -
Iwi!! }og and all. At Columbia street
"Skagit ' got off. A little pug dog fra.,
a! !!g an.l the bui! dog went for il. I>etec
tlve Wlllama wen; for "Skagit" and , t
moment later the bull ;>g went for Wil
liams' leg. It was lark ani when officer
rri«»,>nl came ap he did not reoognlae
W litams. He grabbed • Skag-- •• an ,j
W iUmi cautionei him to be careful
Crawford told Williams that if he d: I not
krep quiet he would take h;m in too.
This mj !■ William» laugh, but he took
time to kick off the bull dog In the
meantime W llari had rung In for the
aag-n ar i prettv ?»n ••jSJiag.t" an! the
h-. !iog. Sergeant Willard ani De
W.iiaiaa were on the way to hea.iauar
When they were searching "Sk.u;
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The Great Honsehold Help.
the bulldog once more sampied Detective
Williams' le«. This was too much, so
the brcte was f r—i in back of the counter
with D»!»«!V« Write. The •ICE assturel
a threatening attitude and Weils got out
of his way.
As "Skagit" was place-! in the worea-'s
ceil he shouted out that he wanted his
bride rescued. Then he (rot mai and sa.d
he never before had been fouled by a
fast woman. The d <* howled all night.
It was learned last e*•'nine that Miss
Morris purchased the trunk from a Sec
ond avenue second-hand dealer, so U is
evident that her own trunk was taken to
ecime <*her place than 'Skagit's'' house.
"Skagit" told several stories about the
money he h%d put on the woman, but some
of them were purely imaginative. He told
one party that he had paid money to Miss
Graham to gre< Miss Morns' trunk out of
pawn. Miss Graham says that Miss Mor
ris did not owe her money and fhat she
knows nothing about the affairs of Miss
Morrt* or Mr. Rabbins.
Robbfns is the man who had John Pask
arrested for stealing two stuffed game
cock* from him and who recently sued
Pa&k tn the superior court for JI.TOO.
As near as can be learned Miss Morris
has gone to Portland.
Morrison's Company In "Fl»u*t."
The above famous company will be seen
In a spectacular dramatic production of
"Faust" at the Seattle theater next Fri
day. The version of Goethe's work which
Is presented was made hy Bayle Bernard,
of London. The general arrang raent of
the scenes follows very closely that made
familiar by Sir Henry Irving, but it should
be said that there is no evidence of any at
tempt to copy the production of the En
glish manager. Marguerite is imprisoned,
charged with the murder of her mother,
and not with the killing of her child, and
indeed the fact that she ever had a child
Is ignored. This is done purposely, and the
reasons for its omission are both excellent
and commendable. The piece is staged
well, and the pictures are effective. Elec
tricity is used with good efTect in several
scenes. The duel with its Hashes of elec
tric light is a startling incident. The
apotheosis is also interesting, making a
fitting close to the weird and singular per
formance. The scene on the summit of the
Brocken is thrilling and impressive, as was
the c&se in the Irving production. It holds
the attention of the audience and its.close
made brilliant by a dazzling dlsp ay of tire
works is a novelty. A great many super
numeries are used and they are handled
so skillfully that they add to the natural
ness and effectiveness of the pictures. The
calcium lights are also cleverly placed and
utilized to the best advantage. Great care
has been used in selecting the company,
each member of which is peculiarly adapt
ed to the part for which he Is cast, thus
assuring a harmonious whole.
Mlm Fay Locate* a Mine.
One of the most remarkable demonstra
tions of the peculiar powers possessed by
Anna Eva Fay is the following account of
the successful outcome of her locating a
mine, previously unworked: The Denver
Times of January 30 last says:" Miss Anna
Eva Fay is going to locate a mine in the
Cripple Creek district. A fern days ago a
Cripple Creek operator suggested to the
fair Mahatma that her power as a seeress
ought to make her a fortune. He sug
gested that she pay a visit to the gold
fields and take a look down Into the
grounds herself. It Is further stated that
so much confidence has this operator in
Miss Fa>*s ability to locate gold, that he
will work the mln« and pay expenses,
giving her a half Interest."
As a sequel to the *t>ove. there appeared
In the Portland Orcgonian at April 11 the
following: "While in Colorado Springs
three months ago Anna Kva Fay van
asked if she could locate a mine and tell
the owners Just where to bore. She de
scribed minutely a certain spot upon which
to commence operations. Miss Fay thought
but little about this circumstance, until
last Saturday, when she received in St.
Paul 100,000 shares and samples of ore fair
ly bubbling over with gold. With the
above came a letter, saying that her In
structions had been followed and one of
tho richest mines in the world had been
discovered, and out of courtesy to Miss
Fay they had named it the Mahatma."
The certificates and ore will be placed
on exhibition In this city during Miss
Fay's engagement, which begins to-night
at the Seattle theater.
At the Third Avenue.
The Hosmer-Ross company closed their
engagement at the Third avenue theater
last evening and this evening Milton No
bles opens an engagement. He is support
ed by his wife, Dolly Nobles. and his own
specially selected company. The play is
"A Son of Thespis," a pastoral comedy
drama, in which Mr. Nobles plays the role
of the actor and Dolly Nobles the role of
h;s daughter. A tender love story is in
terwoven, and there are several pathetic
situations, like all of Mr. Nobles" play*.
"A Son of Thespis" Is rich In comedy
scenes, the humorous and pathfttie follow
ing each other in rapid succession.
Manager Kusssell armouries that he has
a surprise In store for the patrons who at
tend this evening's performance.
There will N- m. performance in the
Auditorium this week.
The (iibxifiiiui Pictures.
Expectation is running high as to the
presentation of the Gibsonian living pict
ures next Thursday evening at Ranke's
hail, Similar performances have been a
favorite kind of amateur amusement in
New York this winter, where they have
drawn crowded houses. The groupings
and ideas expressed by them are alto
gether novel and give scope for the most
elaborate settings and costumes. The
tableaux will be given only one night, and
from present indication* standing room
will be a: a premium. Hesides the pictures
there will be a fine musical programme,
so that the evening will have a double
guard against dullness.
Th»» luist \ Igtit of ''Fsnwt."
The attendance at the final performance
of "Faust." by the Hosmer-Ross com
pany. at the Third Avenue theater, last
evening, was the largest of engagement, a
flattering testimonial of appreciation of
the painstaking work of the company.
Mr Albert Hosmer. Miss Harrlej Ross
and the other members of the trotfpe will
leave for Gray's harbor todsv. to fill ei>
gagementa at Aberdeen and Hwjuiam.
F. D. Anable, a member of Boston
Jf -"«• - N N A. O. V. W of Great Falls.
Moat, died yesterday of pr.eumor..a. at
31 i* Pearl street. He was 32 vears old.
Edward F. Marshall, the young man
who fell from a w.ridow at Denver and
was killed, left Seattle last Tuesday for
h « home at Brooklyn. N. V. He was wrll
known on Pike street and hal nvar.y
The notice in yesterday's Post-Intelli
gencer to the effect that there wer« to be
free k.r :• - exercises at the rui
derce of Mr- H. E. Holmes proves to be
Incorrect. The ardcle reft rre i to a parlor
concert whw-h Mrs Hoitnes intends to
give for the benefit of the free kin.i.-rgar
ten. Th-re was r.o thought c.t having ary
ei*r-i», s » :h the children outatde of the
Wb« «be *u » ciiM, •£« crtoi'or CiMtorfc.
Wlw* A# b«r*m* ViA, abe rhin* to OMtotia.
When riM b*J Ouilr*. *•£»•« UMB CMfcxte.
Salaries to Be Reduced Right
Down the Line.
i; Paid Employes to Snffrr the
Most, but Xo One to Ew«n*-A
Cut of From 5 to IO Per Cent.
If something unforeseen does not happen
at the meeting of the committee of the
city council on the salary reduction ques
tion this morning, a report will be sub
mitted to the council at to-night's sess.on
that will stir up the employes of the city
to a state bordering on frer.sy, for It will
affoct their sal-Ties, and in tee language
of one of the committee, "affect them
generally." It Is not meant by the word
g'-neral that the reduction In all the sala
ries is to be the same, for it is not. The
reduction will be graduated, probably from
& to 10 per cent., the well paid deputies
and clerks suffering the greatest and the
patrolmen and firemen the least, if at all.
The report will probably reoommend that
the cuts be only temporary, or until the
dull period Is over and the city ooce more
on a firm flnancial basts.
In preparing its report the committee
has taken into consideration the fact that
the civil service rules provide that city
employes shall hold office as long as they
llv« up to the requirements, and this being
the case, the committee believes that men
should receive a sum sufficient to live on
comfortably, and not be paid salaries thdt
will enable them to lay by a snug sum
each month. Of course this is only con
jecture, as no one outside the committee
has seen ;he report or heard the discus
sions which up to the present time have
been narmonloua. The commute* has la
bored hard on the question and (tone
thoroughly Into every detail, most of the
members having been tn a position to hire
men at one time or another and thus pride
themselves on their ability to judge the
value of labor. The report will no doubt
be voluminous, and Its reading will be
listened to wl:h great interest.
A prominent member of the committee,
speaking of the matter yesterday, said:
' One of the principal points on which the
committee has labored has been that if
any one had to be cut It should be those
who are earning more than enough to live
on comfortably and jneet all ordinary obli
gations. In other words. It is not the de
sire of the committee to keep men In office
■who can meet those obligations and be
able to save quite a sum besides. Another
reason for the cut is to tide over the city
and pay cash to Its employes until better
times come. The decision which has prac
tically been arrived at by the committee
has been only after a thorough under
standing by Individual investigation of the
duties and work performed by each official.
"The entire committee is well disposed
toward laboring men, and It will not
recommend anything that will work to
their disadvantage. The men the com
mittee Is after are those who do office
work and draw big salaries. We realize,
however, the important work to be per
formed by the city engineer In the city's
big undertaking on the Cedar river propo
-li.lon and will recommend that a good
salary be paid that official. The commit
tee will probably also recommend to the
mayor that he request the person he ap
points as clerk of the municipal court to
rebate to the county $25 a month out of
his salary; that Is, If It can be legally
done. Of course you understand this is
to be a voluntary rebate, as the salary of
the office Is tlxed by law. the same as the
Judge's. The high salaries paid to the
attachis of the county has been discussed
quite freely by the committee, and it is
hoped the commissioners will follow our
example and do something In that direc
"There Is one thing you can depend on.
and that Ls that the report, when It is
made, witt be a hot one."
Advocates of Heform Ctom Swords In
the Fabian Society.
At the regular bi-weekly meeting of th©
Fabian Society held last night in the La
dies - Musical Club rooms. Holyoko build
ing. there was a debate on the question,
"Will the Free Coinage of Silver Benellt
Our People?" The affirmative was main
tained by John Wiley, who read a care
fully prepared and lengthy paper chock
full of statistics and sharp sayings. The
sixty-three people »ho listened to the de
bate seemed to relish the sayings better
thart the statistics, and warmly applauded
such sentences as these: "That lineal de
scendant of hi* Satanic Majesty, who has
for the last thirty years been boarding at
Washington City hotels instead of Hades
—John Sherman;" "Secretary Carlisle is
either a fool or a knave, with the chances
16 to 1 in favor of the latter."
The negative was championed by Lau
rence Oroniund. who argued against free
coinage with the government constituted
as It is now. though if socialism co::l I be
established he said he would be In favor
of free coinage. He accused Mr! Wiley of
not sticking to the subject, and In his re
ply Mr. Wiley returned the compliment.
Dr. Titus was also called to speak, but
declined, saying that the announcement of
his name as one of the principal debaters
was unauthorized by him, though he had
cons, nted to say few word*. He took
occasion to pay a high tribute to Mr
Oroniund as an economist. Mr. (Jron
lund from the chsir stated that he had un
derstood Dr. Titus to consent to speak.
The entire debate occupied neatly three
COMPOSITION In nonpareil, minion, bre
vier or long primer faces on the follow
ing sue bodies: Nonpareil or minion, not
ex.eedlng IS ems pica: brevier, not ex
ceeding 16 ems pica; long primer, not ex
ceeding 24 ems pica. S,'>eclal terms on
large orders. Address Post-Intelligencer
On Pundsy. April li. the Northern Paci
fic will Inaugurate its fast donble train
service, making time of 66 hours to St.
Haul and 79 hours to Chicago. Trains
leave Seattle at 5:50 a. m. and 9:40 p. m.
The Northern Pacific will run two over
land trains daily, commencing Sunday.
April li Only S6 hours from Seattle to St!
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Vast Perfect Mate,
ga Yew the standard.
tJO9t Slip in One J
Spring I
So wet fait show yog
perfect, points. Notice how :
smoothly aud gracefully they
cliiisr around the neck. *IW
fit all over. Our
Are a surprise all the wiy
through in quality, triW»
mings, etc. See them.
gißl Your Legs-« |jj
• Enow when they are properly and ~ "•
;===.!'- comfortably encased. Your tailor T:
~ . can't fool your legs. He may fool
you—but there is no occasion for
you to be tricked. There is salva
tion and a certainty of pre-eminence
in the points of style, finish, fabric
and fit of
The King Trousers
KLINE ft ROSiSiT™' 0F *"
J Filled With ♦
{ New Goods and X
▼ Overflowing T
I With Bargains. I
A Sideboard* from 18.50 to ITS A
A each. Styles similar to Ulustra- A
Z tlon for 18.50. Z
Z Dining Tablea In solid oak Z
J from 16.r0 to $43. J
Z I'inlng Chairs, high back, solid Z
Z oak, 80c each. Z
• Frederick, J
i & Muaro, J
9 nil. i2ii. tin. ins. 1221. vta 9
ATO the Victor* for Ontlemtn.
Victoria* for Ijtd.e*. The agent* are
»* Fast AVENI*. •f' SEATTLE. WASH.
Parltra, corner of Third M 4 C'olam*
bt» >«MU, WMkIMtA M*
Every One |
Should I
Own I
A Piano. 1
The pleasing tones of % rood ffi
piino will refresh you after a r
hard day's work, and will plsasa |
the children and keep them at ||
home. You may say that TOO I
want one, but can't afford lu I
There's where you make a mis
take. You can get a good piano
, from us by paying SlO.uOa month.
Only 30 cents a day. Good niuata
for half an hour a day Is worth
more than that. Get our cata
• -7
Does It leak? Are th -tla«hlng»
imperfect ? Have you about con
cluded that you mint have a new.
one? Well, don't be In a hunT.
A m*w roof costs lots nt money.
Besides much inconvenience. Ws
can tlx thit roof so It will last for
year*. Guarantee the work, too.
But tinners have rond-mned ttf
Thai's Just the kind of root w»
are looking for. This is distinctly
a mmey-savlng proposition,
Obellxk Metallic Coating IS
PROOF. This is the genuine
Baifendorf h prr/Css coating, man
ufactured by the I'enn Metal
Celling and Rooting Co., Ifl.
Philadelphia. Pa.
General Agent for Wash'ngtoa.
Room X, Bullivan Block, BeattM.
.....Fishing Tackte
And complete stock of Sundries.
for Mil ward's Pish Hooka.
No. rn Commercial Street. '3m
Japan Bazaar# t
1 (1« >inl -4»
We have the m<»l
Chinese and Japanwe f»uty K*9gM
lb* city. Alw»t» laww> WMBM

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