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LOCAL
GLEANINGS
Pointed Paragraphs of Local
Importance.
St. James Baths, 114 Second ave
nue south.
W. E. Mortimer, of New York, is a
guest at the S. C. P. Club.
Herbert Parker i s back on the St.
Paul run again.
Fred Perkins has rearranged his
shop in the Diller.
Miss Emma Houston Cayton left
for Portland last Monday to attend a
female seminary at that place.
The wife of J. C. Allen, one of Se
attle's most prominent citizens, died
in Prescott, Arizona, last Thursday.
Mrs. Maggie White, of Vancouver,
B. C. is visiting in Seattle this week
and will return home Saturday.
Charley Hughes has purchased a
lot at Green Lake and will build a
home in the very near future.
C. F. Williams and Fred G. Forbush
registered at the S. C. P. Club from
Montreal.
Frank Anderson can now be found
at 84 Madison street, immediately
west of the Globe building.
Mrs. B. F. Tutt is expected today
from Kansas City, where she has been
on an extended visit to her mother.
There will be a concert given at
the A. M. E. church next Wednesday
evening, December 11th, by the junior
choir.
Eugene Harris is expected in the
city during the holidays from Walla
Walla, where he is employed in the
United States land office.
Oscar Everhart, David Means, C. H.
Walker, D. Simpson, J. H. Jackson,
all of bt. Paul, are in the city this
week.
. The Lyons Cafe is now open, and
has thoroughly demonstrated to its
patrons that George Lyons is a
restaurateur.
Mrs. Gross has again moved to her
old homestead, and she and her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Geo. H. Gross,
are occupying one of the many houses
on her property.
Will Rideout, better known as
"Uncle Fuller," spent a few days in
the city from Whatcom, the guest of
his brother George, at 618 Cherry
street.
If you will secure Tb^s Republican
ten new cash subscribers a five-dollar
geld piece and a copy of the booklet
written by Dr. Burdett will be sent
you, as well as a copy of The Seattle
Republican will be mailed to your ad
dress for one year.
Andrew Black, the promising young
attorney, who has since his arrival in
the city occupied a space in J l. E.
Hawkins' office, has now taken rooms
for himself on the same floor. Mr.
Black found this necessary on ac
count of his rapidly increasing busi
ness.
Joe Walters, a jovial fellow "^hail
ing from everywhere," a "friend to
everybody," is in the city, fresh from
Papeeta, Tahatti, in the South Sea
Islands, where he has been for sev
eral months showing the people of
that land the "beauties of America"
through the instrumentality of a
moving picture apparatus. Mr. Wal
ter's description of the action of the
natives on seeing a "moving train
picture" is something comical, though
pathetic, and after each performance
he was called upon to explain just
how a moving train really acts. Noth
ing else seemed to elicit their wonder
and surprise so much as that picture.
Although Tahatti is owned by France,
and only thirteen days from San
Francisco, the people are densely ig
norant of what is transpiring in other
parts of the world. Mr. Walters in
tends soon to return to Paris, there
to permanently reside, the gay city
having made a wonderful impression
upon him during his recent visit to
the fair, and, as Joe aptly'"puts it,"
the question of "social equality" has
been settled on the theory of Bobby
Burns, "a man's a man for a' that.
The Thanksgiving exercises given j
by the Evergreen Literary Society at !
the Baptist church was indeed a sue - j
cess, and too much credit cannot be |
given J. F. Cragwell for his untiring ■
devotion and zeal. As every one
knows, Mr. Cragwell is a very busy
business man, and one that has had
such an experience can appreciate the
sacrifices that one must make in giv
ing his time to such an affair; true.
the cause is noble, grand and inspir
ing, but there are many men whose
time is not so valuable. We nee I
Cragwell. To comment on any oae
number would be a waste of words; j
every one did themselves proud.
Every one present went home pleased.
and those that were not present ha\V
been "kicking themselves" ever since.
Look out for the Xmas entertain
ment under the same auspices, and
just as good. Hon. Wm. E. Humph
ries, corporation counsel, will deliver J
a stirring address. Watch this paper
for future announcement.
The lowest-priced house in Seat-
Lie for holiday goods is M. A. Gold
nan's jewelry store, corner Second.
md Marion.
AMUSEMENTS.
American Playwrights Taken to Task.
The following article appeared in
"The Country Gentleman," published
in London, England, last November
on the occasion of Geo. H. Broad
hurst's production of his latest farce:
"I wonder why it is that American
playwrights are so fond of the ab
sconding cashier? It seems to me
that in most comedies and farces hail
ing from the States a cashier robs
his employer and is one of the lead
ing characters. I need only mention
the 'American Citizen' and 'The Last
Chapter' among recent productions,
and here he turns up again in Mr.
Broadhurst's latest farce, 'The Wrong
Mr. Wright.' It is true he doesn't ap
pear in the last piece, but he is the
main motive for the play nevertheless.
However, we will forgive Mr. Broad
hurst for this transgression, for a
more enjoyable farce has not been
seen on the Ixmdon stage in years.
It is better than 'What Happened to
Jones' or 'Why Smith Left Home.'
and is destined for a big run at the
cozy Strand Theatre."
This play will be presented at the
Third Avenue all next week, where it
opens Sunday matinee, with Harry
Beresford in the title role.
"Shore Acres."
"Shore Acres" shares honors with
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" and "The Old
Homestead" as being one of the three
oldest native "plays now before the
public. "Shore Acres," however, is
more of a play than either of the
others, and tells a story that is im
exaggerated and within the bounds of '
reason. . This play gained a fortune
for the late James A. Herne and firm-;
ly established his reputation as the j
foremost playwright of his epoch.
Some of his other plays are accounted
more artistic by some, but all agree j
that "Shore Acres" is the most popu- j
Scene from "Shore Acres."
lar. There is something in this work
that appeals to all lovers of the !
drama, and its representation is
wholly satisfying. It will be given at
the Grand tonight and twice tomor
row.
"Old Jed Prouty."
Richard Goldens beautiful story.
"Old Jed Prouty," will be the attrac
tion at the Grand four nights, begin
ning Sunday. The presentation will
be in the hands of a cast that will do
full justice to the quaint and quiet
characters contained in the play. The
characters are difficult of enactment,
due to their simplicity and delicacy,
being of that kind of portraiture in
which the finest shades (hardly any
thing so strong as coloring can be
used) and dainty drawTngs, upon i
I nature, are necessary to keep them !
from the commonplace. The senti
ment of "Old Jed Prouty" touches the
purest well-springs of human nature.
The company is the same as last seen
here.
"On the Quiet."
William Collier is one of the best
illustrations of the difference between
an actor and a comedian. He is the j
latter to the tips of his fingers. The
actor who is playing comedy believes,
like that belief which was accredited j
to the jesuits, that "the end justifies
the means"— for a laugh,
but with Collier it is different. There
is laughter almost incessant from the
time he begins with his first speech
until he has finished his last one, but
.
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the laughter is produced by true art.
There are no acrobatic feats, no
shouting, no slamming of doors or
running around screens. A simple
gesture, a facial expression, a dry,
clean-cut delivery of an amusing line
without striving to be funny, and a
quickness of retort is all that is
necessary in the hands of a true
comedian, and this Mr. Collier under
stands to a nicety. He is today one
of the three or four leading comedi
ans on the American stage, a position
which he has won by his unremitting
work. Mr. Collier is presenting this
year Augustus Thomas' comedy, "On
the Quiet," which was wonderfully
successful the past season. The lead- j
ing male role is said to fit him ex- j
tremely well, but "the proof of the
pudding is the eating of it," and it is
now a matter of theatrical history)
that for six months last season Col
lier convulsed crowded houses at the
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APPLICATION NO. 887.
NOTICE OP SALE OF SCHOOL LAND.
Notice is hereby given that on the 14th
day of December, 1901. at the hour of 2
o'clock in the atternoon, on said day, at
the door of the Court House in King
County, Washington, the following: de
scribed school land will be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder therefor",
to-wit: - -* i;
N. K. »4 of N. W. 1,4, Sec. 16, Twp. 2t>,
R. 5 E., 40 acres, appraised at $120.00.
Timber appraised at $i 52.00. . .
S, E. H of N. W. V*. same section, 40
acres, appraised at $120.00. Timber ap
praised at $692.00.
Separate bids received for land and
timber.
Said school land will be sold for not
less than the appraised value and subject
to the improvements situated tneieon,
and as appraised by the Board of State
Land Commissioners in the manner pro
vided by law, a statement of hwich is
now on file in the otlice of the Auditor
of said County. ■ -»
Terms of sale are: Under contract,
one-tenth to be paid dn the day of sale,
and one-tenth annually thereafter on the
first day of March of - each year, with
accrued interest on deferred balance at
6 per cent, per annum: Provided, that
any purchaser may make full payment
at any time and obtain a deed.
The purchaser of such land will be re
quired to pay at the time of sale not
less than the appraised value of any im
provements or valuable material on such .
land in full, in addition to the one-tenth
of the sale price.
The above described school lands are
offered for sale by virtue of an order of
the Board of State Land Commissioners,
made on--41»e 30th day of October, 1901,
duly certified and on file in office of said
County Auditor.
--:•_ GEO. B. L.AMPIMG,
County Audit»-
Pc J. P. AGNEW, Deputy.
Dated at Seattle, Wash., this 7th day
of November. 1901. :
Seattle Republican, sw.

APPLICATION NO. 1097.
NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL LAND
day of December, 1901, at the hour of
2 o'clock in the afternoon, on said day,
at the door of the court house in King
<'nunty, Washington, the following de
scribed school land will be sold at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder there
for, to-wit:
Lot 1, Section 36, Township 25, Range 1
East, 41.05 acres, appraised at $1,377.60.
Value of improvements, $4,42."). Damages,
$i) 9.15.
Said school land will be sold for not
less than the appraised value and subject
to the improvements situated thereon,
and as appraised by the Board of State
Land Commissioners in the manner pro
vided by law. a statement of which is
no w on file in the office of the Auditor of
said County.
Terms of sale are: : Under contract,
one-tenth to be paid on the day of sale,
and one-tenth annually thereafter on the
first day of March of each year, with ac
crued interest on deferred balance at 6
per cent, per annum; provided, that any
purchaser may make full payment at
any time and obtain a deed.
The purchaser of such land will be re
quired to pay at the time of sale at least
the appraised value of any improvements
or valuable material on such land in full,
in addition to the one-tenth of the sale
p ice.
The above described school lands are
offered for sale by virtue of an order of
the Board of State Land Commissioners,
made on the 11th day of November. 1901.
duly certified and on file in office of
said County Auditor.
GEO. B. LAMPING,
County Auditor.
J. P. AGNEW, Deputy.
Filed November 20 1901.
GEO. B. LAMPING,
County Auditor.
Dated at Seattle, Wash., this 20th day
of November. 1901.
APPLICATION NO. 1096.
NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL LAND
—Notice is hereby given that on the
L'lst day of December, limi, at the hour
of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, on said
day, at the door of the court house in
King County, Washington, the follow
ing described school land will be sold
at public auction to the highest bidder
therefor, to-wit:
East 10 acres of Lot 2, Section 3G, Town
ship 25. Range 4 East. Appraised at
$350. Value of Improvements, $2.2">7.
Said school land will be sold for not
less than the appraised value and sub
ject to the improvements situated there
on, and as appraised by the Board of
State Land Commissioners in the man
ncr provided by law. a statement of
which is now on tile in the office of the
Auditor of said County.
Terms of sale are: Under contract,
one tenth to be paid on the day of sale!,
and one-tenth annually thereafter on the*
first day of March of each year, with ac
crued interest on deferred balance- at t;
pc rcent. per annum: provided, that any
purchaser may make full payment at any
time and obtain a deed.
The purchaser of such land will be re
quired to pay at the time of sale not l«*s
than the appraised value of any improve
ment^ or valuable material on such land
in full, in addition to the one-tenth of
the sale price.
The above described school lands are
offered for sale by virtue of an order of
the Board of State T^and Commissioners,
made on the 11th day of November. 1901.
duly certified and on file in office of said
County Auditor.
GEO. B. LAMPING.
County Auditor.
By J. P. AGNEW, Deputy.
Filed November 20. 1901
CEO. B. LAMPING.
County Auditor.
Dated at Seattle. Wash., this 2toh day
of November, 1901.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington for King County.
Ulna Connolly, Plaintiff, vs. William
Connolly, Defendant. No b'3,082. Sum
mons for Publication.
The State of Washington, to the said
William Connolly, derendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (60) days after the first pub
lication service of this summons, to-wit: I
within sixty (60) days after the Ist day
of November, 1901, and defend the above
entitled action in the Superior Court of
Lhe State of Washington for King County i
aforesaid; and answer the complaint of i
the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your I
answer upon the undersigned att&rney !
for plaintiff, at his office below stated; j
and in case of your failure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the com- \
plaint, which will be filed with the Clerk j
of said Court.
The object of this action is to obtain
a divorce from the defendant upon the
ground of failure to provide.
W. E. HUMPHREY,
PlainUiTs Attorney.
Postoffice Address: 604 The Mutual Life
. Building, Seattle, King County, Wash
ington.
Nov. I—Dec. 13.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington for the County of
King. James Murphy, plaintiff, vs. So
phia Murphy, defendant. No. . Sum
mons by Publication.
The State of Washington, to the said
Sophia Murphy, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear i
within sixty days after the date of the '
first publication of this summons, to-wit, j
within sixty days after the 11th day of i
October, A. D. lyoi, and defend the above
entitled action in the above entitled
court, and answer the complaint of the ■
plaintiff, and serve a copy of your an- '<
swer upon the undersigned attorney for
plaintiff at his office below stated; and
in case of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you according to
the demand, of the complaint, which has
been tiled with the Clerk of said Court.
The object of the above entitled action
is to obtain a decree of divorce by
plaintiff from defendant on the grounds
of cruel treatment and of abandonment
J. P. BALL,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
P. O. Address: 18 Roxweil Block, Seattle,
County of King, Washington.
NOTICE—SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL
Estate.—State of Washington County
of King, ss. Sheriffs Office.
By virtue of an order of sade issued
out of the honorable superior court of I
King County, on the 26th day of Govern- |
ber, 1901, by the clerk thereot, in the case
of Henry D'ulirman, plaintiff, versus Wil
liam \\. Martin ana Mary Martin, No.
29527, and to me, as Sherift, directed and
uelivered:
Notice is hereby given that I will pro
ceed to sell at puuhe auction to the hign
est bidder for cash, within the hours pre
scribed for Sheritts sales, to-wit: Ai iO
o'clock a. m. on the 28th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1901, before the court house
door of said King County, in the State
of Washington, ail the rights, title and
interest ot the said defendants above
named in and to the following property
situated in the County of King, State of
Washington, described as follows, to-wif
The east half (E. %) of the southwest
quarter (S. W. *4) of Section thirty-four
(.34), Township number twenty-five (25)
North of Range number six (6) East
levied on as the property of the defend
ants to satisfy a juugment amounting to
$1,692.85 with interest and costs of suit in
favor of the plaintiff.
Dated this 2<th day of November 1901
,*-,, , •> ED Sheriff.
By Y\ M. CORCORAN, Deputy.
John B. Ault, Attorney for Plaintiff.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR KING
County, State of Washington. Edmond
Charbonnel, Plaintiff, vs. Unknown
Owners and any and all persons hav
ing or claiming to have any interest or
title to said lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 S and 9
111 block 73. Riley's Addition to South
Seattle, King County, State of Was.i
mgton, Defendants. No. . Summons
ot Notice.
State of Washington, to Unknown Own
ers and all persons having or claiming
to have any interest or title .to lots 1 2
3, 4, o, 6, 7, S and 9, in block 73, Rile'ys
Addition to South Seattle, King County
Washington:
You and each of you are hereby sum
moned to appear in said court within
sixty days after the date of the lirst
publication hereof, exclusive of day of
said nrst publication, and defend this
action or pay tne amount hereinafter
stated as due for taxes assessed on the
aforesaid and described premises, lots,
land; and in case of your failure to do so
the plaintiff will apply for judgment and
judgment will be rendered foreclosing the
lien for taxes, interest and costs against
tne lands, lots and premises nerein-
L-efore mentioned and hereinafter de
scribed;
And take notice, that the plaintiff is
the owner and holder of the following
Certificates of Delinquency, to-wit: No.
B 5091, .No. B 8098, No. B sO-JS, No B MJ94
No. BbUbo, No. B 60yt>, No- B 8097, No
B SO9S, and No. B 5099. issued by the
Loamy Treasurer of King County, on the
14th day of August, 1901, respectively fur
the sum of *B.yS each for No. B 8091 to
No. B sou 7 inclusive, and for B 8098 $13.61
and Xo. B 5099 for $19.65, for the years of
i&95 and i»96, on lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and
9, in block T3, Riley's Addition to South
toeattle, King County, Washington, and
that the amount of payment for subse
quent years for taxes is as follows: For
1&97, $20.96; for IS9B, $17.12; for 1899, $20.45;
for 1900, $16.47, with interest thereon from
the 14th day of August, 1901, at the rate
of 15 per cent, per annum until paid
EDMOND CHARBONNEL,
Plaintiff.
Z. B. Rawson, Attorney for Plaintiff,
617 Pacific Block. Seattle, Wash.
Date of first publication, September 27,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for the County
of King. Probate Notice.
State of Washington, County of King—ss.
In the matter of the Estate of Harvey
H. Hudson, deceased. No. 3544. Notice
of Settlement of Final Account.
Notice is hereby given that Minnie W.
Hudson, administratrix of the estate of
Harvey H. Hudson, deceased, has ren
dered to, and filed In said court her
Final Account as such administratrix,
and that Friday, the 3d day of January, -
1902, at 9:30 o'clock a. m., at the court
room of the Probate Department of our
said Superior Court, in the City of Seat
tle, in said King County, has been duly
appointed by said Court for the-settle
ment of said account, at which time and
place any person interested in said estate
may appear and tile his exceptions in
writing to said account, and contest: the
same.
Witness, the Hon. Boyd J. Tallman,
Judge of said Superior Court, and the
Seal of said Court hereto affixed this 2d
day of December, 1901.
(Seal.) C. A. KOEPFLI,
By D. K. SICKELS, Clerk.
Deputy Clerk.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King County.
Alachias Lumber Company, a corpora
tion, composed of J. J. Miller and
Charles Niemeyer, Jr., Plaintiffs, vs.
Andrew Streicher, Defendant. No.
33,813. Summons by Publication.
The State of Washington, to the said
Andrew Streicher, defendant:
You are hereby summoned 'to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
first publication of this summons, to-wit:
within sixty days after the Bth day of '
November, 1901, and defend the above
entitled action in the above- entitled
court, and answer the complaint of the
plaintiffs, and serve a copy of your
answer upon the undersigned attorneys
for plaintiffs, at their office eblow
stated; and in case of your failure so to
do, judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand of the com
plaint which has been riled with the
clerk of said court. The object of the -
said action is to recover the sum,of_pne'.
hundred eighteen dollars and fifty seven
cents ($118.57) for lumber sold and deliv
ered to the defendant at the defendant's
request, and for a writ of attachment to
issue against the property of the" defend
ant. BRADY & GAY.
Plaintiffs' Attorneys. .
Postofliee Address: Rooms 10 to 14 Rox
well Bldg.. Seattle, King County, Wasli
. ington.
IN THE SUPERIOR C( CRT OF THE
State of Washington to.- the County of
King. Teckla C. Hughes, plaintift, vs.
Thomas Hughes, defendant. No. 32898.
Summons by publication.
The State of Washington to Thomas
Hughes: ,
You are hereby summoned . to appear
within sixty days after the date of the
nrst publication of this summons, to-wit:
wiihin sixty days after Uit; Cth day- of
September, A. D. 1901, and:,defend the
above entitled action ni the above entitled
court, and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer
upon the undersigned attorney for plain
tiff at his office below stated; and In case
of your failure so to do, judgmeut will
be rendered against you according to the
demand of the complaint, which has been
hied with the clerk of said court. The ob •
ject of this action, set forth in thf-coin
plaint, is as follows: That the ft&ova ac
tion is instituted by the plaintirf to secure
a divorce from the defendant on the
ground of desertion and non-support.
W. H. BUTTNER, Attorney for Plaintiff. ~
P. O. address, 513, Third avenue, Seattle,
Washington. .'■-':"'. c .■ .> •
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF.THE '
State of Washington, for King. County. .
Joseph Coniglio, plaintiff, vs. Josephine':
Coniglio, defendant. No. ■ -Sum
mons. -_- r*^
State of Washington to said Josephine
i Coniglio: : ; ;. * ;
*ou are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (00.) days after the date ot
ihe first publication of this summons, to
wu: sixty (60) days after the 25th day of
October, 1901, and defend the above en
titled action in the above entitled courc; :
and answer the complaint of the piain
uif, and serve a copy of your answer ,
upon me undersigned attorneys for plain
urt at their office oeiow stated; and in
case of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you according to
vie demand ot the complaint, which has
been filed with me clerk of said court. •
-i he object for wnich : said action is
brought is to secure a divoice'upon the
grouiius of abandonment. - -■---
ROOT, PALMER & BROWN • I
c , „■ „ Attorneys for Plaintiff; •
Postoffice Address: 533 Pioneer - Build
ing, Seattle, Washington. ■
i<irst publication. October 25. ■ . /
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 1
fatate of Washington, in and for the '
county of King. John Dwight Tred
way, plaintiff, vs. „ GuillUomine> Eva
Tredway, defendant. Department -No •
Pubucauo^f- Summon for; Service.: by
T£ e ,£, tate o£ Washington : to.:- the^aid
Uullilomine Eva Tredway, defendant: •
You are nereoy summoned to '■. appear
within sixty (60) days ;• after the \
hrst publication of this * summons to- -
wn; within sixty (60) days after the" 25th A
day of October, lyoi, and defend the A
above entitled action, in the above en
titled court; and answer the complaint of
me plaintitf, and serve a" copy of your ::
answer upon the undersigned, attorneys •
for plaintiff, at their office bel6w.sta.ted.
And in case Of your failure so. to - do.
judgment will be rendered against 3 you
according to the demand of the complaint,'
which has been filed with the clerk ot
said court. • ;■ : ■■■•■. '•- .
The object of the above entitled- action
is to obtain a decree of divorce, dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony, now existimj^
between plaintiff and defendant on the
; ground ot abandonment •■ • ■ . ~ »* •.
23r^i^l. Seattle Washington,' October
HUMPHRIES & BOSTWICK ; "
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and P O
Address: 601-602 The Mutual Life
KSS. WSbfiSP* Seattle ' Kms
190i ate of first publication, October 25
— . : ■ ■ .- ' ;:='-M
IN, THE f SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
fetute ol Washington, for the County of
King . Mary McDonlad,. Plaintiff. y vs.
Daniel McDonald, defendant. No
bummons by Publication. - ' '
n e«nf. at£ t° £ Washington to the said
Daniel McDonald, defendant- ' '
You are nereb summoned 'to appea-"
within sixty days after the date of the
first Pubication of this summons, to-wit
W t L n Slxty days after the lsth day of -
Utie°H er't, 1901 "- and defend tn above en
titled action in the above entitled court
and answer the complaint of the plafntlff.'
and serve a copy of your answer upon
the undersigned attorney for plaintiff Pat
his office below stated; and in case of
your failure so to do, judgment will be "
rendered against you according, to the
ni^'with' tl he c, omplaint« which ghas been ■
tiled with the clerk of said court ..' -j
v ,jjet or, the above entitled action
l 8 f J° obtain a decree of dlvorce.by plain- '
tiff from defendant on the'ground * that
defendant nelected and refused to make
suitable provisions for his family ,
J. P. BALIv
t> n aa* Attorney for Plaintiff.
SeattV' Address Suite 18 Roxwell Block
beat tie, County of King, Washington. '
Date of first publication, October 25. '
"~^—" —— '■*"'■'-*'
. ' .; ■■ .-. ;.■;
IN r THE SUPERIOR COURT OP TH«
JSJJJ °^ Washington, for the County of
King. In Probate ; . ■t'
In H th« matter of the Estate of Harvey' 4'
H. Hudson, deceased. No. 3544. Order •
Not Be' T^a^ Se Wh Distribution Should '
r\ot tie Made.
Minnie W. Hudson, administratrix*' of
the estate of Harvey H. Hudson, de- "
ceased, having filed in this Court her
petition setting forth that said estate Is
now in a condition to be closed and is
ready for distribution of the residue
thereof among the persons entitled ; by
aw thereto, and it appearing to th* '
/.ourt that said petition sets forth facts
sufficient to authorize a distribution of
tne residue of said estate- — -"..'.■
'*i}\ is therefore ordered by the , Court
that all persons interested in the estate
of the said Harvey H. Hudson, deceased -
be and appear before the said Superior '
Court of King County, State of -Wash
ington, at the court room of the Probate -
Department of said Court in the City of "
Seattle, on the 3d day of January 190*
at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a. m. of said
day. then and there to show cause, If any
they have, why an order of distribution
should not be made of the residue of said— :
estate among the heirs and persons in
said petition mentioned, according to la'w v
It is further ordered, that a copy - of'
this order be published once a week for
four successive weeks before the said 3d
day of January, 1902, in The Seattle Re
publican, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in said King County and of gen
eral circulation therein.
Done in open Court this 2nd day of De
cember, 1901. • :
BOYD J. TALLMAX, Judge
State of Washington, County of King— <s.
I. C. A. Koepfli, County Clerk of King
County and ex-omcio Clerk of the Su
perior Court of the State of Washington,
for the County of King, do hereby certify
that the foregoing is a full, true and cor
rect copy of an original order to show A
cause, made by said Court on the 2nd dax^l
of December, 1901, in the matter of tlie^
estate of Harvey H. Hudson, deceased.
Witness my hand and the seal of smsl
Court this 2d day of December, 1901
Seal.) C- A. KOEPFLI,
By D. K. SICKELS, Clerk.
Deputy Clerk.
H. S. Tremper. Attorney.
Main 305 is the telephone num
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Third avenue to 1411 Third avenue.
Notwithstanding this removal it has
the same telephone number, and
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