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Druggists, Mo flaik. Richard ft Co., 401 Clay. • HARRISBURG, Pa., Oct. 19.— The nom ination of E. A. Coray Jr. of Pittston for State Treasurer by the Democratic State Committee was declared Invalid by the Dauphin County Court. An opinion giv ing the reasons for the court's action will probably bo handed down on Monday. A meeting of the Democratic State Com mittee has been set for Tuesday In this city, and It Is expected Mr. Coray will ngnin be nominated. The decision docs not affect tho validity of his nomination by the Municipal League and Union par- 1 ty State conventions. • %, - . /, The objection to the Democratlo nom ination-was Died by John M. Carman, former chairman of the Democratic. State Committee, and Patrick Donahue, one of the six members of the committee from Philadelphia, who were expelled for . al leged party disloyalty. 'They contended that the nomination was Illegal because the ncats of thefo members worn declared vacant and their places filled Iby others without givlnfc them a chance to be heard. Han on Democratic Ticket for State . Treasurer " of Pennsylvania - Oets One Setback. CORAY'S NOMINATION IS DECLARED ILLEGAL Do not fall to fee the $125 sealskin Jacket which Berwln & Gas3iier are showing thi* season. -It lit a handsome garment and cannot bu duplicated unywhere' In the world at the. price.- Derr/ln ft Gassner guarantee this i;iirmi-nt and keep It In re pair for two years free of charge. Other fur*, equally as good value, are shown at this popular fur house at 110 Kcarny St. • 8125 Sealskin Jacket. Leave Third and Townsend (special) Monday. Oct. 21st. 8:30 a. m. Arrive Santa Barbara 7:30 p. m. Remain there night Stopovers where 'desired. Return by Han Joaquin or Coast Division. $15 to Los An geles and return. S19 BO San Diego and re turn. Office 613 Market street. Southern Pacific Excursion to South ern California. daughter of Colonel 'Fife, who has been visiting Mrs. Duboce for the last two months. • Will Beside in Tacoma, Colonel and Mrs. Fife will start for Ta coma Immediately after the ceremony. Colonel ' Fife's home at K and Eighth ptreets hns been newly furnished for the coming of Its new mistress. Miss Anna Fife will come on ahead, and with her two brothers, aged 10 and 12 year*, will be here to welcome her stepmother. Colonel Fife's first wife was Miss Flora Thompson, daughter of State Senator L. V. Thompson.- one of the ploneerj of Western Washington. She was a lovable woman and the entire city was shocked when she died suddenly five yenrs u£i>. For ten year* previous to the outbreak of the Spanish war Colonel Fife hnd been one of the most prominent nnticnal punrdomen In this State. Ills friend.* pought for him. and wore \u25a0 promised tho colonelcy of the First Washington Regi ment when it was organized. Strung rivnl Influences were brought into play nnd Lieutenant J. II. Wholly of the reg ular army was appointed Instead during Colonel Fife's absence in Alaska. Colo nel Fife- was then made lieutenant colo nel , . POLL OF VOTERS GIVES SETH LOW PLURALITY Experimental Canvass in Various Districts of Hew York Shows Interesting Results. , NEW YORK. Oct. 10.-Hcr.i!d and Call reporters to-day polled nearly ai.000 votes of Greater New York on the Mayoralty contest. Brooklyn borough. In a total vote ot 10.52?, gnve Seth Low a plurality of 253, Indicating that the fusion cundl date, if this ratio should be maintained, will cany Kings County by u plurality of 4000 votes. In the territory south of Cnnal street and west of Mrondtvay. Manhattan, which includes the "dry goods" district, the Her ald found four voters who declared for Low to every man whose profrronoc was for Shepnrd. Fifty-six business houses were visited and G32 voters were asked to declnre their Intentions. Of this number 4l5~7?nrolled under the fusion banner and 11? declared for Shepard. Pacific Mail Steamer I«auched. NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Oct. 19.— The Pacific Mall steamship Siberia, the largest vessel ever constructed In America, was to-day Buccessfully launched by the New port News Shipbuilding Company's yards. Miss Belle Norwood -Tyler, daughter of Governor J. Hoge Tyler, was i sponsor. About 20,000 • persons were present. The Siberia's length Is approximately COO feet and displacement about 19,000 tons. The lire. 1« supposed to have been start ed by the bursting of an oil' stove. It Is Impossible to estlmnte the loss nt pres ent, but it is 'roughly plnced nt between MOO.000 and KJOO.ooo. of which not more than half is covered by insurance. At 4:30 o'clock two of the business blocks were destroyed and the flre spre-iri to Be.ntlnck street and half an hour later Bruce, George, Bentlnck and Charlotte streets were a mass of lire. The miners resorted to the u»e of dynamite and sev eral buildings were blown up, with but little effect, as the strong wind carried thf burning embers jlo other bulldlngt*. The flne building belonging to the Union Hank of Halifax and the .Baptist and Presbyterian churches were so\>n de rtroyed. At 7 o'clock the flre had reached th« cast end of Chariot to, street nnd here us progress was, stayed. The blocks on Wentworth, Prince nnd Plit streets and half a block on George street were <]«• ntroyed. HALIFAX. N.iS.. Oct. 19.-Th* prosper ous and thriving town of Sydney. Cape Breton, was almost swept out of exist ence to-cay by a conflagration, which started about 2 o'clock. The flames, which were fanned by a forty-flve-mlle gale, swept through the principal business por tion of the town. Four blocks of the finest business buildings are In ashes. The only thins; that saved the city from total destruction was a heavy rainstorm, which set In after dark. The wind de creased In fury and the firemen and hun dreds of miners succeeded in getting the fire under conttol. Over sixty buildings are In ashes i.rul many more are badiy scorched. The buildings were nearly all large wooden structure?, and they burned so fiercely that It was Imposslbk to save any of their contents. Tho flre started In a three-Btory fram<) building on Charlotte street, occupied by A. D. Ullles and Gordon & Keith. When the firemen arrived on the scene the building was burning and the wind wan blowing the flames Over the tops of ad- Joining buildings. Half an hour after the flre started one-quarter of the tui.-lr.c** portion of the town was In flames. The water supply gave out, and the engines had to be sent to the harbor, to pump water. Zt Is only, a few weeks since a number of white Democrats co-operated with Broker Washington In regard to the ap pclntme&t of ex -Governor Jones to a va caacyon the Federal bench in Alabama, and Washington spoke fpr these white Democrats when he came to the capital and assured Roosevelt that Jones would «coept the appointment and that It would be satisfactory to all classes. Washington had seen the President and had acted as his agent in Interviewing GoTwnor Jones and others as to the ap pointment. The Southern Democrats ap plaofled the appointment of Jones and they praleed %\ ashington for using his ln floeac* at the White House to secure such ea appointment for a Democrat. Then they all spoke of Washington as a gentle man of culture and a refined sense to cut loose frora the Republican leaders of the negro party In the South and work in har mony with the best class of the whites. >.©w they are abu*tng th«> President for <ilnlng with "a nigger." The Southern people had only praise for Mm when he was arrangrine to take Vice President Roosevelt to Tuskegee and Montgomery and Atlanta this fall and they were eager to co-operate with him Jn entertaining such a dist! Aliened \'is itor. They still hope to have President CA3VT* BUREAU. 1406 G STREET, Jf. W M WASHINGTON. Oct. IS.—Presi ded Roosevelt has a fine sens© of humor end while he regTets he has without mal ice stirred up a tempest In a teapot for the Somthera editors by entertaining Pro fersor Booker T. Washington at dinner h.e cannot put aside the humorous elde of ziie slttuutloc 6j»c1aI SMepatch to The CalL STORM FAVORS FURIOUS FIRE WRATH AMUSES THE PRESIDENT "President Roosevelt has an absolute right to eat with any man he may choose to invite. He also has the right to have colored men and women call on Mrs. Roosevelt and dine with the family. He has the right to have his children asso ciate with negro children and In time to become htmttelf fframlfather to a mulat to. All of these 'right!)' are on all fours. The obliteration of the color line In this case carries with it the possibility of all the others. It Is a natural sequence. If it is the purpose of the President to solve the race question this way he Is welcome to *nter upon it.Jtmt millions of American men and women of the North and all the whites who live in the South will leave him severely alone In his new found role and take care we do not become a race of mongrels." \ FORT SCOTT. Kans.. Oct. 19.— Senator Tlllman of South Carolina gave out tho following signed statement In this city to night regarding the Invitation of Booker T. Washington to the White House: Be Let Severely Alone. South Carolinian Says Roosevelt Will SHABP WORDS OF TTLLMAN. To-day the President has received many mccsagts rrom Southern men urging him to pay no attention to the "yawp of bour bon editors" who have not been able to get over their old habit of. hysterical dis cussion of "social equality." Roosevelt visit the South, and If he goes he will go as a guest of Booker T. Wash ington. The President knows, too, that the real leaders of the South, the white Democrats, do not sympathize with this hue and cry of Southern editors because Wasnlngton was a guest at the White House. WIDOW OF BRAVE- COLONEL. ; DUBOCE AND THE MAN SHE WILL/WED. ",' *:-\' A MIAN Y. Oct. 19.-Sccretary of State liny. In a letter to State Superintendent of Prisons Collins, declines the Invitation of the latter to designate an official rep resentative of the Governments to be present at the electrocution of Czolgnxz, the murderer of President McKlnley. The letter of Secretary Huy says: "While thanking you for your courtesy, It in not considered -expedient to have a representative of the Government present on the occasion you refer to." Hay Declines Invitation. Lodi Woman Bitten by a Reptile That Made Its Home In a Camp ing 1 Outfit. STOCKTON. Oct. 19.— Mrs. George Edle mon, wife of a rancher east of Lodi, was bitten by a rattlennake several evenings ngo. The family was on a long camp ing trip last summer, and on returning piled the camp bedding in a shed near the house. Mrs. Killcmon was undoing one of the bundles when she received a sudden sting. She screamed and ran Into the hnii.-«- with a small rnttleHnake hang ing to her arm. Mr. Kdlemon gave his wife heavy potion* of whisky and called u physlclun. T'.ie Hrm swelled rapidly for the first hour, but wuh Inter reduced. An other make w.ik found the. next morning In tin* bundle Mm. Kdlemon was untying when bitten. f»j| s^ACOMA. Oct. 13.— Great surprise II has been occasioned In Tacoma by II the announcement to-night that 11 Colonel William J. Flfs had start ed for San Francisco, to be mar ried there next week. Colonel Fife has kept hi* Intentions so closely to himself that only his most Intimate friends knew of the purpose of his trip south. Next Friday at noon he will be married In the First Congregational Church In Ban Francisco to Mrs. Mary C. Duboce. widow of the late Colonel Victor D. Duboce of -the First California Volunteers. The cere mony will be performed by Mrs. Duboce'a pastor, the Rev. George C. Adams. I Col onet and Mrs. Fife will leave San Fran cIbco on Friday evening, stopping at sev eral resorts ea .- route north . and arriving here In about -two weeks. Colonel Flft left. for Ban Francisco an Thursday evening. Thougb offered a po sition in the consular service abroad for hl» cffectlre' wock'to the- laat campaign. Colonel Fife. orcf«rred*:nfil ,- to.. leave nls children, xvho' ar« bobig educated here. He has accordingly becn<aervJng as Dep uty County Treasurer. It vat through his associates in this office that the pur posr of- his vlxlt to California became known to-day.' Colonel Fife had Intended to entirely surprise >hli. friends by making no announcement of- his wedding until it had actually, taken . place. . Next Friday was chosen as the date because that will be the colonel's birthday." Fife a Comrade. Like many another wedding In San Francisco during the put three years that of Colonel Fife and Mrs. Duboce will be the sequel to a romance of the late war with Spain. Two years and a half ago Colonel Fife railed out of San Franclxco Bay In command of the Fifth expedition, comprising 1500 troops, who were carried to Manila by the transports Senator and Valencia. lie had previously been In com mand of the troops stationed at Fontana and Angel Island. In' the Philippines he was thrown often Into the company of Colonel Duboco and they became fast friends. As a result of their comradeship he- came to know Mrs. Dul>oce. Litter Colonel Duboce died and Colonel Fife found that hi* friendship for the charming woman had grown Into a stronger attach ment. Several months ago he made a con siderable May In San Franclrro iwnl wn« a frequent caller at the home of Mrs. Dur boce. The wedding will be a quiet one. the bride being given away by Charles F. Laumct*ter. an old friend of Mr*. Du boce's family. One of those witnessing the ceremony will be Miss Anna F. Fife, RATTLESNAKES HIDDEN IN BUNDLE OF BEDDING Widow of Colonel Victor Duboce to Tlarry Colonel William J. Fife of Tacoma. WEDDING WILL BE SEQUEL TO A WARTIME ROMANCE THE SAN FKANCISCO CALL, SUM DAY, OCTOBER 2 ), I?)01. 24 | -IgRAND:; OPENING'] I ..... /-fk 1 ; ... •_ \u25a0. , ... ,^i> p S. STROZYNSKI .m,i j tV-40 GEARY STREET, NEAR KBARNY. ! ,vg II -MM ..;———: ' \u25a0 i m \ ;; ' MR. RYBICKJ jjst # returned wi h the haidsorr.est -\| ;: : selection of PARISIAN HA R ORNAMENTS and '! ;; NOVELTIES for the OPERA. Prices reasonable.; " #-»\u2666 » » \u2666 » \u2666 » \u2666 \u2666\u2666\u2666\u2666\u2666\u2666» » »-+-»l^».+.»_+_^».».+ »_ 4 _».+. 4 .;».j | ; THE J NOONAN FURNITURE CO, INC \ ! IfSI #-.We'Qive ; : I W^^Sm Credit or !; f^^^^Mr You Can j Pa y Cash ': 5^ JfeSJ^^LIv! J "ll 1 We can furaish vour house through- ' , ' ilyr^¥a \ - \ out ccm Pl ete « We nave evirything I ~JLfc&-m s &9L£* ' Z? ' n lhe hou^ekifpins: line, and all at / \ ~^-_ \S^^\ZZ-' moderate, prices. Our prices can»ot ,' > , < j^7~-~-9rxS^T *"^jw-***T^ be te »t — as cur last, carpet salo > 1 COVErFncTtWO ACRES OF. SPACE with an immense stock of 1 I Hous- Fuinhning Gooas of every descrlpton, we are in position to show \ ,y>j any.hiuj you de*ir.*. ' 1 " Our pnecs ar: « i.hln the r«ach of ail, no matter how small your Income, i ' i W? h ve h • coo 's you want and at prices to m«et the siz; of your purse, , i *o>. Thou«anJs can testify to thi* »act, and do so daily. t O.»r option is unrquilrd. l.'s out ot the hlg^rent district, so our \ ex^n"«*< ar- cut to tne lo-vist fi jure— vhlch is a benefit to yoifc as you I Joi»'. h .v; to piy <o mu h for yjur gocd*. See our prices, which' prove , wl'.rit •»« -ay. - ' \u25a0_• • . ( i We Own Our Building. Wo Don ; t Pay Any Rent. I THZzJ. NOONAN FURNITURE CO., Inc.. 'i II 17-1023 MUalon Street, above Sixth. 8«n FmncUco. \u25a0 \\ CWf A-eiy nl?ht. except SnturJays and the day prectdlnv boltdayn. at • o'clock sharp. ' SSllSiSi BRADFORD #W"'Nulfcb- QUICKSILVER MINE ffljjgj^jpv- FROM THE EYES • «an bbmjo ca, ! * »S THt NATURAL REAOiHG ; :^}f$^^& &j£j^2»y* • r^w 1^ distance Nearer oRFUftTHtn *™™ »»• Th « »»"•* wU| b « «"« «<» ««•»• ' ."«».: * _- ..i «f or* ar« Uevtlop«d with a »h*ft »» r.«t J«p ---- CALL AW> SEE US •««» J 00 * '••* of tuan«l». \V« own T» «cr«» oC ' . rr ~7 Z Z. ' |aM wtth bulldlnca and machinery, W« want WWlWiwWPt^MD *%ti& JSft a tf^. tMlwa "* ™ ™ i :yPTICIAN5 PHOTO?" SiVodiW Prtatdent and U«n«ral VLwS*. v ' ' c M*% la \ m!!ll- • OUPPltB* t North Market it, Kan Jw*"cil. • «^X> 64? MARKET ST. ©-r* Proap^tui and Exhibit at Uranch O«oe, ilklnrit rtatnmntmiH^T^ M KBARNT 8TRKKT, San FYaacUe* MONDAY 10:30 A. ffl. 1049 Market St. MORRISON'S GREAT BOOK AUCTION Will continue DAILY Until this ENORMOUS STOCK of 15 TONS Is closed out. W. C. MORRISON. Auctioneer. We caill particular attention to our display this week of Fine White and Colored fflan- Kets, Th^e Blankets are made to our special order arid on examination will be found the best values ever offered by us. SPECIMEN VALUES: 5 cases White All-Wool Blankets for single beds. , «i— t^ $3.75 Pair. 4 cases White All-Wool Blankets for three- Quarter Ms,- A r>r- n • / $4.25 Pair. *7 cases White All-Wool Blankets for full-size heds $5.00 Pair. 5 cases Extra Lame White Satin Finish Bed Spreads, hemmed readD for use. $2.50 Each. 10 cases Full Size Printed Sllkollne Comfort- ers, with Dure snow flake filllna- $1.25 Each. Best Brands of Sheeting, Pillow Case Cotton and Made Sheets and Pillow Cases at less than present mill prices. fll. 113. 115. 117. 119. 121 POST STREET. COVERED DELIVERY WAGOiNS for all purposes. We are the largest, manufacturers of fine Delivery Wagons in the United 'States. Waeons painted andjettcrcd to suit your fancy." STUDEBAKEl? Rros. Company Market and Tenth Streets. v \u25a0 ADVEBTISEMENTS. I THEBE'S A DASH f 'ijPf ) -%t ' CTDAI T CD '^Wm^^'i^^ 5lKULLhK fclfrijSl Thai has made it the prime fa- \u25a0}' V ! 'l WP^ '• j a vorife winter eoat with the smart- \u25a0•/ "'••- $ , Wl?*i '/M ; It has that fullness around the ' f^^MW'. •'"*,' ' J^4=iiji shoulders which ma lies it hang | 'Wulfiv "• ' ' i B^TrMfl : and drape in a very graceful £ -Wml'M ; ' ' •' " Yoked i7i front and bach, which C 'Wjjnfl// 1 ' • j ! '; j ||SIh w'\/ ' is t he swell idea in those very swell \ rmNi/f/i * : * j ; .'l\\f ; E greenish effects, with a faint \ '-Ww.' ///// '\u25a0 '\u25a0 : * I 1 *' "\\f// % plaid running through it, in the ?'. rjffi$w f ji & ii ! ' J J * \\y: | grayish effects, with strip?, stripe \^ .^Wwtfj/f. \ • : ; \ *'*}\\l/i\ invisible and in that smart Ox- (- \ \ " « >$}'"• > iff The coat is exquisitely handled ! * * ' • % ! f •^\u25a0l^l by the very best tailors. It is a t; ! " ' - sl ! ' " >W| ' coat that hasn't its peer at I * ''- . '*'} * -•• ••'^Ik'1 $20.00. The price has made it K • '•' ' < : - • \-'\ ='"i'-ffl|3' M MEN'S OVERCOAT DEPARTMENT. - : ' -"J • • •.. . , ' '-jBffl' ' jfe vShoe I Does not consist in merely looking at a -shoe, I 1 though a glance will' show that our new exclusive J I fall styles are smarter by far in shape and finish I B than any others of this season's footwear— and this I season's shoes are the prettiest ever. True shoe criticism is based on use; and it i s use, above all, that will bring out the perfect fit and consequent lasting power of the fine leather in our shoes. It is use that will show the difference between the shoe- makers that supply us and the other kind. ; .