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The Seattle post-intelligencer. [volume] (Seattle, Wash. Terr. [Wash.]) 1888-1914, November 25, 1897, Image 2

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Part at IMW Social Deasmey.
lIUIBUM, Nov. 84.— The French and
Belgian glass workers st Arnold, Pa., near
bare, met last night and decided to go
to Washington and Join Debs' Social De
■atracy. On March 1 next eighty-four
mm will leave, and In about a month later
U» entire colony of nearly W) persons will
follow. Ths workmen complain that here
to the Bast ths glass industry is so uncer
tain and the market so fluctuating that
they ars working only about half the year.
Sad so avarage no better wages than they
K*4a to ths old country.
On the Western ccas: they think they
WOttld have an absolutely new field, where
SiateriaU (or glass manufacture abound.
Th« glass workers sll have some money,
fash of them having saved up from >3BO to
t0,<91, and it la their plan to put their in
dividual savings into a large four-tank eo
gfsrativs glass plant.
ÜBWIS OPTMED AMSEXATIOS.
VMhlagtsa (oagrrsusss Thlaks
Hawaii Shaald Me Lett Alone.
flpectaJ Dispatch to the Post-Im* lllgenwr.
TACOMA, Nov. 24.— Congressman James
Hamilton Lewis spoke before a large an*
rrprossntitlve Catherine of Taeonta's leau-
Ing citktenfl tonight in the assembly room
d* Aha chamber. fie touched on numerous
subjsets. dwelling st length on the Ntear
agva canal, and the Hawaiian annexation
question. Mr. Lewis does not believe 'hat
ft la to the best Interests of the United
Stataa to annex these islands with their
£ khrdas of pauper laborers and the gov-.
•TUMBt debt. His remarks were listened
!• With rapt attention, applause frequently
> htorypOny h|« address.
fill meeting was the first of a series of,
aodsl gatherings that will be held by the
Bambtr.
Aa Address at Everett,
ffpaclal Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer.
BVBKKTf. Nov. 24.-* At Harts opera
kouso last evening Congressman Lewis* de
livered an address on "The State of the
Nation, " devoting the greater part of two
hours to a discussion of legislation neces
sary to the country.
Walvos PreUaslaary Hesrlag
Apodal Dispatch to ths Poßt-Intelllgencer.
TACOMA. Nov. M.—-Charles Orommes,
tha longshoreman who cut the throat of
Ida klootchman In a cabin In Old Town
a»Btt> weeks ago and then attempted sul
atdo by cutting his own throat and jump
tog to ths hay, was up before Justice
tonal ley this morning for his preliminary
hearing, which he waived. There were
dolts A fow people in attendance in the
court room to hear ths story of the affair
from ths lips of the chief actor, but in this
they were disappointed, as Oromme* pre
fers to tell wbttt he knows before the
twelve men who will determine his Xaie.
His Utal will probably be called by Judge
Mean sometime during ths first part of
December.
To KebalU tke Baeklejr Bridge.
•pedal Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer.
TACOMA, Nov. 24. At a Joint meeting
9t the commissioners of King and Pierce
countlea held at Buckley yesterday It was
decided to rebuild the bridge recently
washed out and to do It In a manner that
will give no cause (or similar trouble In
future. Surveyors representing the two
oounttes are now on the scene of the wash
out gathering data on construction, etc..
Which will probably be ready to present
to the boards at the next meeting. It la
Intended to use Iron and wood In the con
struction of the new bridge.
PsrsllM Indians vs. Vsahos College.
Special Dispatch to the Coat-Intelligencer.
TACOMA, Nov. 24. -The Puyailup In
dians and Vsshon College football elevens
wltt meet on the gridiron at the Kleventh
street grounds tomorrow afternoon. Con
siderable Interest is being taken In the
game. as the teums are thought to l>e
pretty evenly matched and of about ti»e
same weight. Both have been up agatti.-u
the A. C. and got licked to about the
same tune. Kach should have sained some
valuable pointers from (he crack Seattle
team that may help them in tomorrow's
Mutest.
Rati tied to Tea More Places.
■pedal Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 24. Secretary
Gage today guve out a statement showing
the number of employes in his department
properly accredited to each slate, fogt tber
With the apportionment to each under civil
service rules. Washington is entitled to
fourteeen places, of which but four ar«
Ailed by Its cltliem». Idaho i* entltbd to
four, of which three arc occupied l»y per
iods accredited to it.
Hallhnt From Alaska Hanks.
TACOMA, Nov. 24. The stetmer Edith
arrived today with lOftouO pounds of haii
but from the Alaska banks.
MILLER WAS LICOALLY Dt'YYKI).
Postal Card Kpl*«»dc Itesntts In the
Aeoalttal af Merchant Strand.
Special Dlapatch to tbe Post Inleiilt;. nccr.
WHATCOM. Nov. 24.-H. It. Strand, the
Merchant of this city oho arr*at*d
Ml the complaint of Oeorgr M iter for
landing htm a dun on a postal trd. was
tried before United States Uommissiener
Williams today and discharged
Besides establishing the fact that a dun
MS * postal card Is legal, provided there
m nothing defamatory In connection with
ft, there are other features m this case
S2OOO
- your grocer about
baking powder. Judye Scfttf/ing's Best tea
by the taste only.
Schilling's Best bilking powder ami tea are
because they are m ne\-back.
What is the missing word?—not SAFE, V s . -, s 'j baioni;
powder and tea mrt safe.
Get Stkilh*£'s Brti baking powder or tea at vo>-r gr«ver«*; out the
ticket (brown ticket in every package of baking jh rr, \« !iow ticket in t.,r
tta); send a ticket with each word to address below -•-•or- IV: ember v»t.
Until October 15th two words allowed lor oet> ticket, a?;cr that os-'y esse
word for even ticket.
If oaty one person find* the word, that person pet* |-«i>. if sever*! f.nd
it, S3OOOOO will be equally dtvi»Jed .imon~ them.
Every o»e sending a broan or yellow ticket «iH reve;ve 4 <et ot cardboard
creeping babiwv at the end of the conte>t Those xrndhv; thr<<* • • r re :n one
envelope nil! receive an i.v ; S pocket alcnda- 00 ad\erh> c " '
creeping babies and pocket calendar* u 1 b«* d ikrrut i.imi the trferedm
the last contest.
Better cut these rules out.
Mt
Addrcts: MONEY-BACK. SAN FRANCISCO.
PILLS
"Ravtaf ham aobjaat. tor j*»n. t»
pllla. mm! testify lhU 1 hsvsdertva*
crest bewit Irom us*. For ©m
two year* past I have takes oe« <*
these niTH *v«ry nfßvst."—(• W tk»w-
MAV»it East Main SC, Carlisle, Fa.
OTJSUB
CONSTIPATION.
worth noting. Strand's place of business
fa one block away from the eommt**> on
er*s {-our*. There is no deputy United
States marshal in this vicinity, and the
eoautrfjtaior* r had to telegraph to Seattle
for on*. Afi*r considerable d<*iay and ex
pense. Deputy Marshal Quilter raroe a
hundred mii«»s to arrest the merchant and
take him on* block to stand trta'. After
the trial and si) the expanse* attendant
on St, the deputy went back his hundred
miles, and tne merchant walked back to
his store 200 feet away.
Ths costs fall on the public, even the
<-omplainlng witness getting his witness
fe«*.
AW HDIAS t-OLLEHH A DEBT.
Meets His Creditor and Talus s
Home Away From Him.
Special Dispatch to ths Post-Intelllgencer.
TEKOA. Nov. 24.—As John N. Bertho'f
wa* returning home from Tekoa he was
met on the road about a mile from town
by an Indian named Joe Wlstochney, who
demanded that Berthoft pay him money
which he claimed the latter owed him.
The IndUn compelled the former to sit in
his wagon while he unhitched one of the
horses and rode away. The Indian is Urge
and powerful, while Bertholf Is small and
weak, and could do nothing but ait etiii
and see his horss stolen.
COW VICT ED OF M ASSLACGHTKVL
Verdlet Afralaat llarrlagrtoa. Who
Killed Hie Friend.
DAVENPORT. Wash., Nov. 34.-H. A.
Harrington was of manslaugh
ter in tft# X/nnqin courrfy superior court
tfldsy. Be was\u of a party of four
pn-n traveling onths-Wllbur road in bu<-
klps at night. They been drinking.
Harrington shot at the leading buggy and
one of the shots killed A. C. McKay.
They were friends and had start*d out In
the same buggy. The case will be appeal
ed to the supreme court.
"HOT AMD KILI.KI) MY ACTIDEKT.
«l. MeMaster, af Vaaeesver, Loses His
Life While Dark Hnnting.
VANCOtTVER. B. C., Nov. 21.--J. Me-
Master, of this city, was accidentally shot
today while duck shooting on Lulu isl
and. near this city. While stepping out of
a boat, his gun went off, kiUlng him in
stantly.
Where la tlantoa Kellyf
Special Dispatch to the Post-lntelllgcneer.
HILLYARD, Nov. 24.—James Kelley Is
missing. H« {« freight conductor on the
tlreat Northern and his wife has failed
to get any tidings from him for about
three wee kg. She has sent telegram after
telegram, but not a word can ahe hear
of him. Railroad officials cannot locate
him. Mrs. Ketley has three small children,
the eldest Of whom Is about 5 years old.
Sfw Poller Officers.
Special Dispatch to the Post-Tnteliigencer.
GREENWOOD. B. f\. Nov. 24.~1. H.
Hallett. 'barrister, and George R. Naden!
manager of the Begjey Investment and
Tmsj Company, have received notification
of their appolntfnent by the provincial gov
ernment a* police magistrate and police
commissioner respectively for the city of
Greenwood. They have not yet decided
whether they will"accept the appointment.
Della«ar>l To* CertlMcalea.
MPIA. Nov. 24.--Some mlsapprehen
fiton »t!U eiintic in the regarding the
particular year for which delinquency cer
tificates may be taken. The attorney gen
eral haa already advised county treasurers
that no years prior to I*sll can be consid
ered as subject to a delinquency certifi
cate. also that the years 1»»2 and ISM are
not barred by tbe statute of limiistlon.
Centralla Waits a Mllltla Company.
OLYMPIA, Nov. 21.-Mayor McNitt.
PoHtmsster and others ap
plied fo the adjutant-general for authority
to organise a company of militia at Cen
tralis. This application must pan* through
the military bosrd and the commander-in
chief before permission may be given.
Had Smith Defeats t.reenland.
PORTLAND, Nov. 24-Bud Smith, o?
the Portland Athletic Oiub. tonight de
fcated Herbert Greenland, of the Multno
mah Athbtic Club, In a catch-as-catch-csn
wrestling match, tlreenland won the flr«t
fall In IT minutes, and Smith won the next
'«0 in f* and 30 minutes respectively.
Offers to Settle the Nentln* Claims.
S;>e ial Dispatch to the Po*f Intelligencer
VICTORIA. H. C . Nov 21 The
government has offered Mow m set-ie
m.-nt or the Ariel and Ma Gowin sealinw
claims*.
Mueller Seateneed to Five Years.
SpetMal Dlxpatch to the Post-Intellgcneer
IV»RT ANUKLKS. Wash.. N v. .'4*-Cai»t
Frederick Mueller today was sentenced to
•he penitentlarx- Ave years f. ir adupery
Notice of appeal to the supreme court w w
given.
Joe Isdne'i Partner Dead.
SpeeUl Dispatch to P»e Post-Intelllgancer
i « MA. tsi.. Nov. 2< Arthur
pa-.fner of Joseph Ijidue KK>nd!K.
m'illon i!re. died here ;it the Southern Pa
cific hotel this mornlns of consumption
A Compromise Lffrcted
"«een the Northern Ul wi* striking ,xva'
m'.ners and fipet if»r» hjs faulted in a
mutual conce^'or..
HAVOC WMIGHIB! HOOD.
KAIKKOAO TBACKS fP TIB SKT
KOMISH IS BAD MAPS.
Tkawaaia mt Feet #f In4M
Balasd nTw Bnif«4 Mew Bt
Wwk BchMß« tk« Duuce-
CMMiuleatiM ta >• BiHMlrtii'
Special Dispatch to the Poet-InteTMgeocer.
EVERETT. No*. tt.-Parties srrivlng in
Everett from the Skykomish valley state
that ths damage to the Great Northern
it greater than was at first reported. Che
Chinook which melted the snow to the top
ol the lower mountain ranges, to which
was added the heavy ralnfail of Wednes
day night, sent ail the smaller streams
over their hanks.
Whan this overflow reached the Skyko
mish, the havoc it wrought was terrific.
The water in the river rose rapidly and
soon i assed all previous high-water marJts.
Leaving the channel it came down the
valley, sweeping everything before it- In
one place it rushed through a railroad cut
that was supposed to be above high water,
fuily twelve feet deep. In all places be
tween Sultan and Wellington where the
road runs near ths river bank it is more
or less washed awsy.
The breaks range from fifty to tWO feet,
and In depth from three to twenty feet.
In one place near Index there are mora
than 400 feet, with a All of twenty feet,
srone. West of Skykomish there is one
washout 1.200 feet in length, and several
others ranging from 100 to 300 feet. Near
Salmon Is another break of I,WO feet.
The bridge over Miller river near Sky
komish is gone. This bridge was supposed
to have buUt high enough to be above
all damage.
Near Wallace there is a break of 1,100
feet washed out to a depth of four feet.
Near Index there are two slides, one about
fifty feet long and five feet deep, the other
about twenty feet long and twenty-five
feet deep.
All the cribbing In the valley is more or
less damaged.
Only the larger breaks have been noted.
Wherever the river reached the roadbed
Jt is damaged, the havoc extending all the
way from Sultan to Wellington, a distance
of fifty miles.
Some 200 men have already betn taken i
A Fine Weekly Paper.
The current Weekly Pot>t-IntelHgencer ia a most complete and
valuable Issue. Besides all the news of the past week, it contains a
highly useful and Instructive farm department. Its literary features
are unexcelled. It contains thorough market reports and accurate
summaries of all the Klondike news and ia altogether the best week
ly on the Pacific coast. The Post-Intelligencer devotes especial at
tention to its weekly, and invites comparison with other newspa
pers. The subscription price is $1 per year.
from here to repair the road. If the
weather ia favorable, by tfulldlng a tem
porary track in some places and driving
piles to bridge the streams, trains can be
run In a short time. But it will lake weeks
to put the main line back ill shape to ad
mit of traffic as formerly.
OIITEHS BIHIKD 131 THE BASD.
Pacific County a Sn«erer From the
Recent Storm.
Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer.
BOI'TH BEND, Nov. it —The damages
In Pacific county from the storm are not
so great as was at lirst feaVed. The Stauf
?er county bridge at Holcomb did not go
out as was reported, and the approaches to
the Lilly bridge are all right.
The most serious injury is that which
the oyster industry suffered. At Oyster
vllle the beds were badly exposed to the
wind, and the oysteis were burled deep in
the sand, bo that at least half will be lost.
This will greatly lessen the supply of
oysters, which was le*s than the demand
before, and another rise In the price may
fce m.ide to J£oo per sack. A number of
oyster boats went adrift, but all have been
recovered.
HURST FLOOD EVKB KXOW3L
Xeorly All the Cattle Drowned la the
*el*;hborhood of Hamilton.
Special Dispatch to the Post-IntelMgeneer.
ANACORTES, Nov. 21.—A passenger on
the afternoon train from up Skagit valley
sjjs that the work of the flood Is inde
scribable. Hamilton has had floods before,
but nothing lik»» thts one. Hundreds of
head of stock perished in the country
above Hamilton. Reports Indicate that
very little live stock Is left In that region.
The rise of water was so rapid that there
w.is little chance to get stock to the higher
lands.
The Seattle A Northern railway is badly
damaged beyond Lyman.
SI PRE ME COt RT DECISIONS.
City of Seattle Wlna n Cn«e for De
linquent tirade Tax.
Special Dispatch to the Post-friteHlgencrr.
OLYMPIA. Nov. 24.— The supreme court
today handed down an opinion affirming
judgment In the case of the city of Seattle,
respondent vs. George F\ Whit worth and
Ada J Whitworth. appealed from King
county. The action was to foreclose a
special assessment lien for the Improve
ment of Fifth street. Seattle, in the
opinion of the court the princlpj-a in
volved are equally applicable to the Calli
gan and King c»ses. The court says:
"In it? fifth rinding the court found that
the defendant's real estate was duly as-
Hie«ed for Its proporti mate part of the cost
of the tmprov* an em, in tie manner pre
:•■» .1 by itw for the sum of s2lti., : >4. and
mat said property was enefited i v sai l
■ rriinov. n;. Nt to tf>e extent of *a: I as-.
men I. The •> *• anient was tnade »• vt-ral
y-ars and a I amount had ac-
Emulated in the nay of penalty, lm- r<st
and owi». The appellants contend that the
amount fi»r wht-:i toe lien was
was not determined and could no: be de
'• rmined from .he evidence, and as no
definite amount was found chargeable
iltair.st ih»' real estate no ju-igment for
any sum eouH be lawfully rendered, axui
that the action shouM tie dismiss- !
"It 3* not clear from the record Whether
the court meant to say that th* Increased
expense of the improvement due to errors
could not be determined exa.-tly or «tjt ■Vr
thfre » is not sufficient pr.n»f before tii,»
■ •"•art to make »ny definite tind.ng ther;. n.
It does not apt scar that any further evi
■•bace was offered or that the court *h
-?k«*d to m.fke a fintljukC a* to the specific
amount of tutt'H extra cost.
"In tb * condition of thr record we think
•e pre«..»mpf..>:\ should ;-e m fa v.* of th.-
d cre«. »nd that by deducting t.te amount
of the penalties interest and cost®.
«t that time a beat eon i-d the err-. »unt of
t ♦«» the . mrt detettesm d ft?
it *,t» sufficient to cover the amount
such Increased sk;h nse.
"'Were we * > igrr- *he appellants'
•■■>ntei»-;-,f» t•- the »x'-r." that no decree
•>>.:! .» r* nd#---1 ii favor of th~ c«\ u>v>
' ftr „• - m.ide it would not follow tha»
x -' -a;d be ft r c» r
' " v '''■ a tr. : t,: at such '.screasvd »-*-
»' a •• -xt-. " •'« J.av-r.r >h
no rMfuest 'V def#nd>,«f-rr a rtr-l r-c -
r v v off r or ' fs'ir- r prtwf that
the dec - sh-mJd be affirm, d.-
<> ? r r. v* headed down hy the court
were:
of Sea:"!"*. rdent vs A'hert H
. 1 ' '■ «"fs—appealed ;r t.
Ktng couf-> aftlnv^!.
i-.f dent \a_ R ]{ • !.
hs . i ats-l « - p.-:!,»nts- UM c»: .1 from
Kin* 'ra-.tv ft rr- t
K SI H« rt x - - vs ,M Tl -\ - ;
y - N *a. •• : * ■ - - i* fr tn
K ■ c » kint> r- v. ■
James B- *,r. ex»- -\>r ipoe'Unt vs
«iVtf et •» r- s• "ondej»f»--a --.o« « .
from Cnehai «c • \ » rr. <■■*. '
t k»«sr la \. P. ( unnirt.
BPOKAVK. Njv ? FrM M Dnd e
\V»«!fr« land at torse* .' th* Northern P.
-- • c *tn f .\* T ;
1 -iah V. t - a; 4 Or- r.
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCEB- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1897.
liped, to take effect January JU V« wffl
remain is Spokane, and web hi* brother
George wffl engage in the general pi si tire
of the law. Ha will be succeeded by H. M.
Stephen?, a yotrag attorney of thl« dty.
The ten of Dudley, Bonn 4k DoAer. di
vision counsel for the Northern Pacific for
Idaho and Eastern Washington, wtß be suc
ceeded by Stoll. Stephens. Bam * Mac-
Donald. all residents of Spokane Mr. Mac-
Donald was for eight years private secre
tary to Governors Ferry and McGraw.
SALE OF OLD FOB TCOLYILLE
The Oaee IsstMsg Military Poet
I* Oaly a WlUcvaeM
Hew.
Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer.
SPOKANE, Nov. 24.—Word has been re
ceived at the local land office that the sec
retary of the interior has approved the ap
praisement of the sbandoned military post
at Colville and ordered the sale of the same
February 9. The property consists of
twelve lots and eighteen forty-acre tracts
lying about tiyee miles north of the pres
ent town of Colville. The appraised value
of the tracts ranges from 13.10 to 1120
apiece. The total acreage is 1.0*5.41. The
appraisement was made in August by Fred
Harrington. S. F. Sherwood and Jacob
Stetzel.
By this sale one of the pioneer military
posts of the Northwest is wiped out. For
years the fort and surrounding settlement
contained the largest population of any
town in the Inland Empire. District court
was held there, and the town was the out
fitting point for many miners and trappers.
In IS&4 the troops at the old post were
transferred to the new barracks at Fort
Spokane, on the Columbia river. Since
that time the town has fast been passing
away, and a few years ago the last house
was destroyed by fire. Where once was a
prosperous, bustling community is now a
wilderness of deserted ruins and young
pine trees.
Board of Education May Revoke a
Number of Ortlfleates.
OLYMPI A. Nov. 24.—The state board of
education will meet at Taooma on Decem
ber 18 to pass upon applications for state
papers and to hold examination in psy
chology. history of education, and theory
and practice of teaching, for all who are
required by law to take these subjects
when basing application upon college and
university diplomas.
The hoard will probably consider charges
of unprofessional conduct filed against a
number of teachers, who. it is said, have
been guilty of conduct which may lead to
the revocation oi their certificates and
diplomas.
PRESENT OFFICI ALS SATISFACTORY.
South Bend Willing to Let City Ad
ministration Hold Over.
Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer.
SOUTH BEND. Nov. 24.—Very little in
terest is being taken In the coming city
elections. No candidates have yet ap
peared and the prospects now are that
there will be a general agreement not to
vote and allow the present officers to hold
over another year, as the administration
has been generally satisfactory.
The officer* who would thus be continu
ed in office are: Mayor J. W. Maxwell,
Clerk Val Heath, Treasurer W. H. "VTeller,
Councilmen J. G. Heim. S. H. Eichner ind
W. H. Boner.
Spokane Republicans Displeased.
Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer.
SPOKANE. Nov. 24—The announcement
of the appointment of M. J. Maloney as In
spector of customs at Northport has raised
a storm of protest from local Republicans
Maloney Is one of the chief leaders of the
Democratic party In the state, and when he
recently lost the position of deputy collec
tor at Northport it was generally believed
that his connection with the customs serv
ice had ended. Joe Daniels, of this city,
succeeded to the deputvship. Maloney re
mained on duty. It being claimed he was
only there to instruct the new deputy in
the duties of the position. Now it Is an
nounced that Maloney will remain perma
nently as inspector.
I,oae* Ilotb Wife and Child.
PORT TOWNSEND. Nov. 24.-Two days
after Lieut. A. 11. De Otte. of the revenue
cutter service, returned with the cutter
Corwin from Bering sea last season his
wife died and was buried here. Yesterday
he arrived from San Diego. Cal., where the
Corwin Is quartered for winter, and had
•he body of his wife exhumed to take to
their former home at New Bedford. Mass.,
for final interment. This morning he re
ceived a telegram from New Bedford an
nouncing the sudden death yesterday of his
only child, a girl 5 years old.
Tide Land Contracts Canceled.
Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelligencer,
OLYMPIA. Nov. 24—A number of tide
land contracts have Teen canceled by the
stat* land commissioners, covering land
in all sections of Western Washington
The work of anmsting is still In progress.
The canceled contracts are; 1. 2. 8, IP, 21.
23, ST. », 41, 43. 4fi 54. 57. ft*. 65. «8 •». TO. 75.
TT. 84. ST, 93. 101. 120. 12*. 141 I*7. 2«*3. 205, 222.
230 24?, 251. 256, 257. 258. 2TS. 279. 2!*. »13, 340.
379. 354. 3SS, 391. 394. 44.«5. 4»« 4«9, 419.' 423, 44»
44#! 4* 4 fw». .".92. 633. fiPS. ©l, 692. 757.
755. 759. T>. TS3, 79T, »06, SI 4.
llnndcd for n *<'lmolhon«e.
Special Dispatch to the Post-Inb lligenccr.
SOVTH BEND, Nov. 24. —Chinook has
been torn tin ov*>r a schonlhouse fluht.
caused by the action of the directors In
reli» vinrr the ovcr.T'wJed s hoo!hous© by
establishing a school !n the Methodist
church At A ma«« m-'f'.ne last night it
was decided to bond the district for a
new s. hco!ho;jpe The district is In good
financial condition, and the third largest
In the county.
Everett i'naton Vomlnrm.
Special Dispatch to the Post -Intelligencer
EVERETT, N>v & - The f-Mlowl'rg fu
sion ticket was nominated tonight:
Mayor, W. J. 4'r»igu«>: trea-irer, I*. P.
Foster; clerk. Chart s T Smith: attorney,
VV W Black health off?, it. James
ljisr« more; cotmeilm«n-at-!are< o. p. Al
ien: councilmen. First ward, H. D. Weet
brwk Sersmd ward. W. K. Moore: Sixth
ward. F. E Thayar.
»n»trHllan« Uavr lor th»» Mines.
VICTORIA B C. Nov 21 Th» firs*
■ntingent of Au*t*-n ! :an m r- who cam»-
'-c-e t» oatfor the KHndik- win >avc on
• > •=»» >n:- r Rosalie t err rr w for *he gold
-11- A letter from Telegrajh creek', at
»s., h*al of navigation on th Sttrkeen
rh.- «*v* a lare* numb, rof rr ,-rs have
rrtv.rf tt •r- s*.me to push on • -tie Kion
dike to tv their bt k m the north
et?3 t-lt of British Coh.mbU.
I nable to I nnd thr H«r>rl.
FP>T TOUHUH). N V :» v private
letter from one of the officers of the tug
Pioneer whb-h t-.w.-d th- bark rolorado.
wtrh »*» h >r*. s to Pyramid 1? ,rhor four
week* ago. state* that the C-; , ra do has
N?ecn unable to dl<eh*rs- . ..rco. Several
hors»-s died.
VINKTKKXTH re- • r\ at y
M C. A ;v*rk at 1 p. m T*ie hottest
'• me «.<f f'Vtball e\>r plav» 3>^ttle.
CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM
PCS EHit MATUM, I.AMT B.tCK, ."FRAUIB
Bai l-JS, Ct*T9 AXl> BVKSa.
CHARGE 9 AGAINST TEACHERS.
urawiiH
6AIHER m THKOSGS TO SEE GUL
DENS IPPE'S SLAYERS.
ttatOy Hernial ef the Vletlna of
Tfcers and In. Xaek Exhibited to
tie Jir>—The Defease Will Try to
Prove the Wonaa the Hartere-.
NEW YORK:. Nov. SL—The trial of Mar
tin Thorn for the murder of William Gul
denauppe. waa continued today. The gal
leries of the coun room were most'y occu
pied by women, for whom the trial has an
extraordinary attraction. A fortnight ago
Mrs. Nack creaiad a. sensation by going
on the stand and accusing Thorn of hav
ing Wiled her former lorer. Guldensuppe.
Since that time the defense has chansed
its base, and, as Mr. Howe said in court
today, the defendant's lawyers will now
endeavor to prove through Thorn as the
principal witness that Mrs. Nack herself
committed the crime.
The early part of today's proceedings was
entirely tafcen up with evidence to prove
the corpus delicti.
Coroner Tuthill during his examination
stated that the cause of death was a stab
between the fifth and sixth ribs, which
penetrated the heart.
Later in the day the prosecuting attor
ney, through a fellow barber of Thorn,
connected htm with the possession of a
stiletto, the blade of which was over six
inches in length.
Some of the witnesses examined today
reside In Woodslde and they told of the
visits of a gaily dressed woman, who ap
peared In the vicinity of the cottage with
a man In light clothes on the day of the
alleged murder, June 25. They had also
wen a man wearing dark blue clothes
about the house and on the day in question
he was seen by one witness to go in and
out of the house frequently. Three of them
identified Thorn as the man in dark clothes
and two of them identified photographs of
Guldensuppe as being representations of
the man who wore the light suit. None of
them, however, had seen any traces of the
latter after he had entered the cottage on
that Friday morning.
Lawyer Howe requested the court to have
Mrs. Nack produced in order that she
might be Identified by the witnesses. The
request brought about a great deal of ar
gument, and finally Mr. Howe was com
pelled to swear out a writ compelling the
-heriff to produce her. Mrs. Nack was
brought into court after the noon recess,
looking much paler than when she ap
peared two weeks apo in the same court.
The morbid curiosity of the majority of
the spectators was gratified in the after
noon session by the production in court of
* piece of bone of one of Guldensuppe's
thighs to which was attached some shreds
of flesh. This ghastly exhibition was in a
slass jar. Dr. O'Hanlon explained that
he cut this portion off to show how minute
ly it fitted Into the corresponding piece of
bone, which protruded from the stump of
the lower part of the trunk.
Police Capt. O'Brien, formerly in charge
of the New York detective bureau, was on
;he stand for a considerable portion of the
afternoon, and told a great deal of what
Martin Thorn had said to him when the
prisoner was beirij? put through what is
known as "the third degree." Thorn at
that time denied all knowledge of the kill
ing of Guldensuppe. Capt. O'Brien also
'aid that when he was questioning Mrs.
Nack when she was arrested, four days
after the murder was alleged to have been
committed, she said: "Guldensuppe did
not treat m? rijrht. I love Thorn and
would die for him."
Tt was at that time that Mr. Howe said:
"We say right now that we will show
Mrs. Nack committed the murder and
what she said to the captain will bear us
out." The adjournment of court was until
Friday.
Sentenced to Be Hangred.
HOLLIDAYSBI'RG, Pa.. Nov. 24.-Frank
Wilson, of M.issilon. 0.. and James Far
rell. of Allequlppa. Allegheny county, were
today oentenced to be hanged for the mur
der of Henry Ronnock, an aged miser.
Jadge Gary Will Try Lnctgert.
CHICAGO, Nov. 24.—Judge Gary defi
nitely announced today that he would take
the Luetgert wife murder case and would
begin hearing It next Monday.
STEAMER PELICAN LONG OVERDIE.
Tneoma Ship Shonld Have Reached
Yokohama Tsventy-flve Day* Ago.
YOKOHAMA, Nov. 24.~The Rrltlfh
steamer Pelican. Capt. Gove, -which mailed
from Tacoma October 12 for here, is twen
ty-five days overdue. The Pelican was
built at Glasgow in I*S2 and her gross reg
istered tonnage 1B 2.338. Her hailing port
Is Honekong and her owner is E. S.
Whoe'er,
Sa>-« It la Pprxecntlon,
DENVER, Nov. 24.—Sheiiff D. L. Hoopea.
of Malad City, Idaho, called nt the state
capitol with a requisition from the gov
ernor of Idaho for the extradition of Jo
seph Dunn, who wa« arrested in Denver
on Monday and held on a charge of grand
larceny. Dunn claimed that it was a case
of persecution and involved a transaction
in which he obtained fifty-nine cattle.
Front Conquer* Yellow Jack
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 21.—AH efforts
are now being bent upon removing quar
antines. and the barriers will t-e drawn
sooner than at first anticipated. Paten
Rouge wl!l remove restrictions tomorrow,
and as Mississippi has been waiting on
Louisiana towns, it will follow within a
day or two. There was another s'ight f®ost
here this morning. The marine hospital
service has closed it 3 work, and the fever
is officially dead.
The iiunraiMiura Disabled
9AN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24.-Word has
been received by the Merchants' Exchange
to the effect that the British steamship
Amarapoora, bound from Vancouver, B.
C., to Tientsin, has been obliged to put
into Yokohama with her propeller out of
order. The extent of the damage is not
yet known.
Extrmlnn* of the ( nnmllnn Pacific.
MONTREAU Nov. 24,-The Canadian
F\seirte railway will apply at the next ses
sion of parliament for an act authorising
it to construct a railway between Minne
haha lake and t'pper Manitoba lake, and
on* between Cedar Lake and Manltou
sound, an arm of Rainy lake, these being
portions of a route between Wabogon and
Rainy lake.
Kfrnr (iolnc to Knslsnd
NKW YORK. Nov. 24. J. Tl the
owner of Domino. has announced his In
tention to ra<*e in Enulnnti. H* has sev
eral to *er,d to England, most of
2-year-olds. He expects to ship them
m>xt week.
Hope for
Consumptives.
I am prepared to treat consumption anrj
bronchia! "troubles by methods whih are
the best and surest known to the medical
world. Mv n«w invention and treatment
by mt-ds.-aied air kilts all *<rim and acta
directly upon the iur.es and blood. Con
sumption can positively be cured by this
treatment. The public Is Invited to in
spect my laboratory and treatment rooms.
DR. A. M. BURNS,
Maecnic Temple, Seattle.
vbVnn
SWIFTS
sPECinc
is far ahead at an? blood reined? on the
market, tor it does so much more. Be»
aides removing imparities. and toninr up
the ran-t<-*wn system, it ettre# any blood
disease i: ma'reran>t how or
obs'inare, vrr.ich other so-called btood
remedies fan toteseh. It is a real blood
remedy for real btoi
Mr Asa £u.: h. of <»r-mcastle. Ind ,
writes: ha-isach a bad caaeof Sciatic
Rb* •laatlsw that ! Imrae absolutely
heipiesa— unable to take mt fi>odor handle
jc* self in as? way. I took many patent
medietas*. but the* did not reach my
trouble One doien bottles of S. 8 S.
cv«red me sound and wll, and I now weigh
IT9"
Books on blood and skin diseases mailed frso
by Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
BEGGED TO STAY IN PRISON
CO* VICT IS TERRIFIED AT PROS-
PECT OK A PARDON.
(annate of the Mlmobtl Penitentiary
Beseeches the Governor Wot tt*
Releaae Him—Una No Friend* and
la Afraid of Freeain® to Death.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Nov. 24. -Gov.
Stephens, in selecting throe long-term
prisoners at the penkentlary for the usual
Thanksgiving pardons, found a man who
had served fourteen years and two months
in the prison who begged earnestly not to
be parioned.
The #convict Is Henry Jackson, a negro,
and he was sentenced from St. Charles
countv for criminal assault. His sentence
is twenty years and will expire under the
three-fourths law in September, He
has been a model prisoner and is the old
est man In point of service in the institu
tion.
Knowing these facts, the governor sent
for Jackson today and asked him how he
would like to have a pardon. The negro
said that he did not want one. He had no
home and no friends, he said, and he w is
afraid that if he was turned out he would
freeze to death this winter. If the gov
ernor had to pardon him, he said, he
hoped he would wait until the Fourth of
July to do so.
The three tnen selected for pardons to
morrow are: Green Thornhill, a negro,
and J. T. Leabe and Laurel Raugh, white
men. All three are under life sentences
for murder.
AN AGED KLEPTOMANIC.
Widow of a Naval officer Arreated
for Stealing Jewelry.
NEW YORK. Nov. 24.-Emeline H.
Rudd, widow of Commodore John H.
Rudd, U. S. N.. was arraigned in court
at New Brighton, yesterday, to
answer to the accusation of stealing a
quantity of jewelry from a house in which
she had boarded recently.
Mrs. Rudd admitted that she had
the property, but said she could not tell
why she had done so. She said she' would
make good the value of the property
taken, If the complainant would not pros
ecute her. She was committed for further
examination tomorrow.
Mrs. Rudd Is about ffi years of age and
dresses well. Her daughters are the wives
of British naval officers.
Why stand around idle? Earn a grub
stake and receive a free ticket to the
Klondike.
BUILDING OF WAGON ROADS.
Worlc on One Stops, Another to Be
Completed la December.
Special Dispatch to the Post-Intelllgen^er.
MARCUS, Wash., Nov. 24. —Work on the
state wagon road from this point west
has been suspended, on account of lack
of funds to prosecute the work further.
H. J. Earnest, the Stevens county commis
sioner, has called in all supplies and equip
ment, to be stored until such tifne as they
may be needed.
NELSON. B. C., Nov. 24.—Contractor
W. H. Armstrong, who Is constructing the
wagon road from the head of Kootenai
lake to Moyie lake, states that the work
will be finished on December 23. The dis
tance is about 70 miles and furnishes an
excellent mode of ingress and egress to
and from the St. Mary's country.
Oft. EOW. E. HALE
ell* «1 a Poiltlve Specific for Nervous Dis
ease*.
Kdward Everett Hale, D. D.. L.L. D.,
e celebrated New England Preacher,
;ithor and Philanthropist, writes:
'I am assured, by a careful Inquiry
ong leading physicians an 1 personal
.■nds who ha\e used It and In whom I
ve the utmost confidence, that Dr.
harcot'a Kola Nervine Tablets are In
iiuable In insomnia and ail nervous dis
• «es."
I'lfty cents and 11 per box. Write for
-tlmonlals of cures E ireka Chemical
f*r. Co.. I.a Crosse. Wis.
| Elgin Experience. ♦
£ Within a certain section of New York ♦
£ State there are three time? as many X
* Elgin Watches carried as of all otherj
p mokes combined, yet less than one-J
r third of the watches on the jewelers' ♦
» repair rack-in that section are Elidns. 2
J Strong evidence that the\' cost less to J
* keep in order than any other watch. +
J Ask vourjewelerahoutthetimekeejv T
£ ing qualities of the-e «uperb watches, ♦
I and be sure that the word "Elfin" Is X
£ enslaved on the plate of the watch ♦
s you buy. Z
Z r"~T>. FoH Ruby Jeweled H J
X ih« gr&l* specially ret u»m«f)4cd. T
.Elgin National Watch Co.. Elgin. m$
TBB UIME.t-GF.AND HOTEL
U«L HAKBirOH, Prop.
lb Wf Slrid!y Pifst-Cks foM k Suit
I—ft M firil Awm.. Bmtmmm
lfi<m Mtf Wwiia
WWH'IIM'UU'UU I
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| Tomorrow ..
F WE OPEN A *
I
Special Reduction Sale ft
; Misses' and Children's Jackets.
ir
5 Every Garment In the Store Reduced,
i All Seasonable, New Goods.
i
| E. W. NEWHALL & CO.
[ Cor. Second Ave. aad Madisot St.
WE Are Almost
Giving Away Suits
and Overcoats. 1
Prices have been cut to pieces. The mark*
down is sweeping and includes every piec«
of Clothing and all goods in our store.
SUITS AT ...
$6.50, 57.50, m, L
$12.50, sls.ss,<«.J
OVERCOATS AT
S5-75, S7-50, J8.51, L
»10-00, t|3-j. a^g
We Must Reduce Stock.
This is not idle talk; we are in earnest, and
are making every honest effort to reduce
this stock. It's a snap for Clothing buyer*
Children's Clothing at Cost*
eOLDIS*gO* * SOftDBEIM, Proprietors.
805 First Avenue, Coltnan Block.
FLY ON THE FLYER)
SEATTLE-TACOHA RWHE. . J
Z?HL i d i Uy :.r xc r Bun /'»y Bumlaya—Kly*r or Stat® of WaliPjß
■ ?i 1 ■ t.u, u:li a. &. attl» : 34 a m . U:t» £~|#£2
"ti* ri^ P m?\> « - , L«av« Tacomn 9:30 a m„ *A '»*£
Tacoma 9.30 a. m., 1 .00, 4.30. 3:00 U BFELBT.I**
Table .>rv,c«
Moran Bros. Company.
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Yukon River Steamed
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