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THRCATENINO 1
VOL. I Ml. 1.1.
mumnrn'REiiwiiisyiPs
Vessels of Spain Sunk at Manila and
Raised by Dewey Will Be Made
Effective,
Don Juan de Austria. Isla de Cuba and Isla
de Luzon Will Be Provided With American
Guns and Put into Commission.
WA»HI.\i..TS.y. March. 11,—The
I' Baval boani of conairurtlan n.rt at
th* ' navy j .Vj..irtni»nt | to decM* uu |
th* coaraeter an-i number of «ui>« la
b* pu. ' i. tfc* thn^ Mpaniah «un>
• bo«t«. Don lutn J» AuWia. lila fjt
fui>a nnd liUd* Laion.iaak In ih» ',
I ball!* t>f Mar. bay and r^iwi un«
d«r ajtattlM of Naval Cvnstructer
„ r«p t Thty ar* now at Hon«koim
b»ln« rmnitru.uj vndrr the »vi rr
viaton oi ttumt Cor«lructar lloba>n.
Th* board d*cl4*<t tv follaw tb* r»- I
' romm»nd«t mi Of Ad.a'ral t>cwey.
an I «11l rtconnnend to tfc* na»y d—
p»rtm».i: thai th* Dua) Ju-«n de Au«.
: LAND 0FFI8E; CASES
Work for tha Local Depart,
. went l> Aooumulatinf.
Albert X., Siiith app«ar*<l , b«for*
V Ih* ; lix-*I. rrd«i.ar ut UniS« , >«atrr-
I dar to r->at««t Uiiii. ■>( Hamu-i
<tatlO«ray It< ih. (till h « «•! aa**H if
of anrtlon *i. t .*r»hip I) north.
'ranjr* Jjea»t.', .-. ■ ..., „t „-i.
■ Thia diini m« h.mi»»t»a.ir.l h)
Pmith hut Galloway . latm» he aban- '
<lo««4 ;It M<MtMp»ua<l „ taikl* ; «M<h
4» «r* ' tahan \ up, a (aw yvara • •■■
hay«. Hi j m*any „c ««*». , not t**n
worth pr<vin« i>i> on l.*!-m. a*d tn
' tl»n h»v» l»rt tfaM. iloih»r «t
--tlera rnmtnc la r*all*«' (heir *ata«,
hay» taken up lh<r«<- claim*. «n4 w
t ■ luratlly a coau«l «• »«r ■ i«hta »n»u#*. :
M»at of the* dUpute* «r» aetUvt br '
blcher authority th*n tha loral tatul !
«<nc*. ;", ':^ •,',■■:.■;; „■, - 1 i
UltlmatuM to China.
rEKIN. Mmr- II — Th. Italian .
*, mtnleter naa r«<!u<>*i»d th* Chin**. >
I voreniincnt 11» tako | hark th* mn* j
, ; runtalnlns , Italy'a n»man4 fe*. Itn (
i Hun > fe«y. i «hich < waa ' rrturrwd la) I
him Th» mlnlcter h»a aiven CMn* ,
, fo»r «ay> M «hi. to a<*««4* to thl*
nauttl. whKb la tantamount to an
ulumatum „' ■".",;■-;" ■
ItnaUr Jone* Vary 111.
WAHIIIVUT. March II -«••••
• ,tor: Jonea la at tin. very, ai'k , ilia
' phyalrtan* do not hM-t out muefl
' hop* for hta r*<-..w-r> '_
WILL BE CHRISTIANS
! Japanoso Government Will
' ■ ■ Follow England.
| HAMnifUi March II -A Toklo
I dlipatrh Mt>* lh« Ja(ian#a« form*
m»nt) i« • noaid<-rin<( the *hnl;aJl*
Chrtattanlxlaji ,of , Jawn maklnx
• Chrl»tlanltjr ,» th* . official < r»ll«lon.
Th* re»»on for thla I* al!«i:«J that
II In the hollrf th «t tli* mov« would
help tb« Japan*** In th*lr i.r->nr>>» i
No's tad but Sllont.
• NEW Y'lltK. M»r-h II."— It «M
• •Ivrn ; rt«i : thia morning; that Kip
• t line la •nil Improvtnc, ■■ Th» writer
• la uklnt th« d«ath at hla daucittor
'- k««nly, but i!J«ntlr<
Qu««n Will Ratify It.
' ' MADKIIi. Mm h I! -gumi. Ilr.
. *ont will probably rntiry Its* a*ar«
> tr«aty with' the tjnltnl fltalts i
tor r tb* Cortra »Kmti>«i. . >,
- Cuban ■Mgands Confass.
BANTIAOO, March 11.-KU brl««
an<l- '.ipturf ! at .'..,. r-pi-.n hay*
b**n braucßt h«rr. Th« authoiittr*
J ar» aft«r • oth«r«. Th» prlann«ri
9|lna4« eonf*Mlon«. Ui whl»h th^y 1m
( pllcat* many Cubnn«. -
SMILING SKIES
Salisbury Promises a Beauti
-1 ' ful Sunday for Seattle.
■-■.
"Weather TXrvrtor KalUbury * not
only mtxi i^i turnlah r*rul'*n blu* :
•kl"» t'>rn^rr'<« . hut h« promlnea tha/ '
lh« wenthrr ihail hf heated to a do-
Ilirhtfiil temperature fr'>m ihu itcx-li
of ir»!»fnl *«rmtli *huh he ha*
had In cold ilorug.- for *<> , many
Week*
Haltabury I* « man of hla word. It*
WMrtd not prorrtlae Kuch 'bMkuttful
Htinilny weather unlew ba hH'l Irwi
artl Ir nn tnfi. It wo«M l» criminal i
i ■ carelenantaa on hla r>art now to let
'. a rain atnrm Ket I'hjii* on the Hmiri'l
,'J to deatroy thouaanda of oatrlrh
plumra on tho ladleH 1. hata n*t i r-.
<lil» hlrter ImiMHltßtMtM *. Mr Ball*.
bury f'<'l« hla ■«i.nn>iHillltv lie
will do th* rlKht thins tomorrow.
SECONQ IN THE SERIES.
A larc* 'T'.«d nathered In the 1
au'lltorli-m of th* V M. <V A. la*t j
mrM t'» wltn#Ka Hm accond of the
piniiili'lni conteata l>"in* heM by the.
a**oclatlon.
1.-int rilKht'» »cor#a, tocctbar with
th* totala up Ul date, for th* firm
five hlsheit In tli" ll«i. *r« H fol
low*:
McLKiucall JM 107 «>lO
'„ <-r-...k« * tit' ISA* (-10
Cook ...;....,;.... SH 1-1 , f,l<l S-l".
McDnnnld "Jit 2-3 »10 t-10 i
Jl.lr kl<
THE SEATTLE STAR.
trla hay* four 1-Inch itnit four «•
fuundrra and four Cult autmnatl.
■tuna, and that the fuba, ar»l t.umti
•ach hay* four 4 In. h inni four *■
liouoder* and four autnn ■ Colt
gun*. Admiral ('.«• recommend-
ation that the tlpanUh namra uf dH
veaaela t». retained waa In.l r*.l «l» i
l>y <h. l»«rJ. The/gun* required
ar* ready and will b* *hlpne>l In fUn
Franrl*i-o , for tiana|».t lat ion t»
■aajjaaaj or Manila in Arrll «n Urn
traiia^wrt i'uflalu |>r*i-.irlnr tur her
voyac* acti.aa ,*; th* , l"a< in. " front
Manila.
WILL BE WEEKS YET
Postmasttr-Eltct Sttwart Is
Net Y«t in O(Ro«.
rVi«tm«»!»r«.|«i t Bt*«-airt rtjw-cl.
hi* p«|M>r» f.-om H'ilWn|l n City ti».
day. bttl tut -1 ■»« nut know hin tir
»nt Uh» hare* ThM» |>a|wr« *rr
to l,«> (tcnad. rtturncd 1., W*«t.tns
t.«i «n.l H-at back. h»ff Ur, ■!**•
at» h*t Itla nr«ii^i «t hla kmJi atltl
In hand.
Mr Vivwarl hM lhl« roornlntt "1
4on't luow tv«: how Inn* It wilt b«
b*f«r* 1 ran tak» rham* «f Ih* otT,t»
Y'*y know t'net* Ham ■!«•« thlntr*
atotr. but IBM, unl II all lara In nl*
handa. It will Im Mi.iai «»-a» i
far* I >«n ponatbly h'ai'i my dull**,
btlt 3rnu kiMW Ih* rjft,rr*l" an4 I art
•■■"l fn»nd«. and >vrrTihini ,> «ll
right"
SEATTLE INKLINGS.
ti I
Tlio . Northern' rifl,'.f mil »|>«ad
ttU.tM •in impro>»m*ii!» t.i lh«ir 1
illn« o*ar Dulatbduring th*> timiiia- !
C M ' V*. ' BYotral i-»»""ii«»r
a«rnt of Ib* N<rlh»rn NfUi . irr
dirta a hrt«» fiu«in'a« In |h» ».»i
rrn tralße thla iiimr-i.
I It I* prvdlctM that mo«h frolcht
•rill h* «>)ip|wl from Hi I'aul |* th
■VMind tht* tummrr It la already {
n> In* fr«*^l>- from c*hlr«rn Via III*
Oi!<"i«o-?t. Paul mad. Thr m»»
na* alniiMit #nttr*ly >li»«|>i>*-ar' I In
lh« QMaMMf
B*nJ. W. vnm ha. be#n |ir»m..t
ml to th« poaitlon of |>a>ina teller In
th» rv*t»r Hartmi bank. Thi* «11l
ne<*t«itatt hi* clTine tit> th« mmi
arerthlp ef la* H»»»ll» el—Ttnj
>u»». a po«ltlon which h» haa h*M
f ,r orer a*v«n year*.
«*-r»t«r» Pro»ch. of th* thambar
nf «amm*rr*. ha* a l»«t»r which pui>
tie* him. It la fr«m th* ItUnt lion,
llachlb Half Hey Ktttn.U. nf Kyru.
and rr<vj»it« Information regarding
land*.* bulldln*; ground. b<nue rent*,
fonod and rk'thlnc. wage* for (kill*
•d and ttnaklllvd labor. Mr. Inn- h
•*lll an*w*r lh««e queetlon^. ll* I*
wondering If Ihe outcome wilt b«the
orrlval of ■ a,:*hlnload of n«ii.*»
b*«4ed by th- lion, lull tley t:r
tendl.
■ Tha boy* at Manila ar* Ir. need of
llt*ratur*. au. h aa mataslnea and
paper*. They can obtain nothing of
th* -kind over thar*, and anythlns
In that lln* would b* appreciated.
I'arent* who have boy* In the army
would writ* them oftener If they
reailsad how Urn* 'lfa«» along, and
If they aaa I *« ■• how far** brlßhten
up when mall I* received from horn*.
The funeral of John A. I.»M will
tak* plac* from Elk* hall at 1:80
p. m lotnorrow
r.. 11. \r,d»ra..n <ll"d Marrh ». at
Providence hoai'ilal of acute gaa- (
trltua.
Th* funeral of Mr*. Catherine F
Clohery took place from the ri»*l-j
dence, 1111 Thirteenth avenue, al II
p. in. today.
The r«-maln* "t Charle* Ixrvy will
b* ■rii|.|»d l«y l»onn»y * Stewart 1..
l^oulavlllv. Kentucky, thl* afternoon,
for Inurment. I>avld L»vy. hla *on,
will accompany th* r»maln»
W. 11. O. T»m|'l*. of the Plymouth
I'lnir.h. will adrtre«a th* meeting for
iii*n lom'.rrow afternoon at Ih* Y.
M. C. A.
li.-Mlnnlii« March U. the BMMakja*
rate* of UM I'anadlan r'aclHi nul
road from liiM'in polnta to the
eoaat to ihouc •■' th«i ii.iii North
ern. That i«. IM for necnnd tUrn
ticket* and tit lor flrat.
Pli- I'nraiilM UaJU Mill aflaipMJT '
ha» been Incorporated with « capital
atork of llt.Oto. divided im 3<M
■hare* at il par l«(lll<. nf 160. to hulhl
and <-ial* inllla at t>aradl»e lak.i
Inrnrporstnra »r* I i..nl< II Tom
linmin. Clayton «i Conver**, M«rry
11. Chamherlln, H. Frank Phillip*.
colFTinwi^
Stoamor Chlloott has Been
Charterad.
' The flrnt vi-tif'jl to l.n> iMlttl
direct foi Manila In the government'
•■••-"'»•«. n-!ll do *o ln*ldn Of two 'I
SEATTLE, H'ASHINdTON, sati iidav i;vi:mm., maimii ii, ihi>j».
lc» Till*
Hi. i
. nil . „|>iiik
I rti in
ll ■!•
It'tli K''IIIM ">■ '''"
trovtrnmenl nflli'hlla unit th« owner*
Bl th* ....... i i... iMdIM ilii- t'liii
■Ml |i> M.iiillh With I lillM-i of Kt.lt
••ml «\i|m.!i.« '■■• lh« troop*. Th»i»
arranevmenU t.nvi' been eatl«f»«tor.
lly ram|>l«t«d. ami tb« t<i« \. -i will
(x-iiin tuadlnf In • f«>» day*.
i;«ci•>- luuitt.t of ih« •nrti" lt> go In
M.»ll!l« wISI tw 1.m.1r.l «t thla I"" 1
Th«> «<.*iriim«'ni him m Urn iwcmnii
■iw-Bi-n of iJib fact that «U|it>ll»a ran
»>« .hl|i<->> to th* l'hinili..« ih<-.i|
it mitl ni.Tti Pitmly than fi>.m mi
eth*r port on th« <»i»i Tli uniir
ina tlTort* .»f CapMlß Itlrharil Chit
pott In thU ii »i'»r[ am dv» to th»
abnve r.«ull ■ ■.. - .
Si IH-lt»r v*a«et «M b» wleftpJ
for mi.-li M-rvltf .than lli» Martnn
Chllrott. Hh« li on« or lh» t»w Irnfi
vr«.ri« fill!« th« American Nl»
.ii.l »»«■ I* one "f th* fi»t**t rtlppcr
thtpt atli>ut. On In r r«r«nt voya«o
from Kurww t« Amvrtn »h» e»m«
urc i-jr brmkltur th* mlUmk r.-< •■
ont. Kh* .rrl\i-l from I'-M > ttlakfUr
thla ttiornlntf. whtrt «h« hai l««n
<m ih» •><••. i><»lnir rl«ar«d and "it
hnill.t ■ Thl« \»i'« d»n« In «!>nt»m>
plan., of hcr.Uflnat rhartcrmi b> ih»
g,>»r|Mii«rit,
The i- mv in go tn th* I'Qtllpplne*
' on th* ri.ik.itt will amount i- nc«r<
l»- JMO tfin*.' She ' Mtod al.>iiaT*>l I"
. th* uc*an dork' Iht* forrnoon. an I
j «11l bectn, loading In • few day*.
It I* .•»!■« t«l tttal *b* will h* Ml.
' for •*• In about lhr«* week*.. Capl.
1 We»«lli». who brought th* Chilean
' to the Pound i»-lil ettll b* rrtlmnl *>
her commander,
AIMUSCMCNTS.
At Ih* •Wall's lhfa*«-r la*t *v*n«
tnc Utwia M(.rr'.».-n »PP«-«' in
r«u»t Tlir iilr.-,- will •* rap—l
*1 tonight. ,: .'-...
Thr *«lf ■•( *»«*t» for Nance fr.NVII
r,,rrim.ti...l Ihl* morning »l Ih*
»>«tti» th*»ii*r.
pau» I* >.n thr eoant and will
•hertly apr»«r'tn l«*attl* with hi*
! tamoua l-»n4
li!.in.-h» moddard wl!l h» th< al.
traction at the Third avenu* theaitifr
n#H week. M^fhw"* rotnt«ny h»*
*ej«yed • e«» <*' werk'a bii«ln»** at
| that howM* during Ihe" •<•■"■ •»■!
the coippany will «pp**r for th* U«t
Urn* this evening. _ :
i License* to *#>1 w«-r* l»»o*l l«Ur
for Curt John C»rl«HCag* 11, and
l#nnte EmJle c*rti»n, age «. l-.th
■ f lMnwn4: N»t Chriellan Kngdrt.
ate r> ant Mart- IJ»b... af* ?•. Intk
of Norman. *. •
Q«««n In France.
ItoiffjCXlNKL Marrh U.-HBulletin*
, —<*u< vu iniu «tf lv«-t her* t'.m ■
< mornln* aivi Immediately proceeded
!Dv , cwrial ;train to tb« «oulh uf
, |r>a»«-» A l«r»* Jorea •* ■■bilmbm i
lawn ail her fro<n-tr*in to lrm!A }.■
E»terhaif Coming Back.
PAIUH. March'H.—ll t* expected
thui ih* I'nlted Court t)t Cawutlon,
bow »n*ld*rmir th* t»re»fu* re«
[ vt*|Ofl came, Will order a atfptrfenwii
tary Itwiutrr Into in* >«»• n*«t week.
r...rttitir «i!i r**», given »*f» ©on
duct la Part* In order to appear for
: tiimlMhMk'",*
STißTLffll
EXIiUIIE
— : —r
Rotten Meat for the
Soldiers.
mi: m:r nijiiKY i\ cnirico
Lla.t. Col. Sh.rp* T.lli a Harrlblt
Stor, of •** M«*t In
C*m». •.
"- •
CItICAOO, M«iTh ll.—The «>*,■.m
ination of wllnrmu** ••> the bMf In
qulry liuai I •" l-i>' developed *ome
■tartllng testimony by u»m .
Colonel Rharpe. '■'>•■ ' • f '" ■ .-ninaary
at kamauaa. II" *lit.d that
f!i<- beef trannporttd from the depot
m ilw enmp In ivair"ni«. w«ia reeking
with Illth and nil.-.| nlth mn«a°otl. th.
wnrma falling nnd trailing along th«
mad. Th<> l>**f packer^ were not
ir«i«.n«ll.!- for thlm he mild, but !!••■
r>Ki">'ii'-ii cnmmlxarlc** »ir» t<>
blame.
MINING EXCHANGE
Local Bureau Was Incorpor
atod This Morning.
Arllrlin liiiurpoiiitlriK ■>„ Mlntnr
Tlurxau and Kxchanite were drawn
U|> and iiil'M>i*"l at Hi., >tln« In
■he chamber of < "miii. r« .■ i hi* mom-
Inn. Tl i'ii|i|!iil itn I* i.. im «mon.
divided Inln :;.»<i »h»r>«, 11. M down
and 11.50 **ui< nt par month
in-i'lf t«. |>.i v i-urrent Mlirnura nf Mi ■
tsrbal 'l'lii> nl.JiH't In nnMiilnlnt;
In tO limliT ||<-M« i|illli'tlt Of llllnlMK
|>ro|>«rtlfß trllfiihirv tn Hcattli*. ill
In iirlnx >Hllami In trirltl
iii.ii.' mlnlntf mter\irl»tia, provldn r..
ii'i»>rtlriK mlnln« propertlri nnd
publish "i' ■■ '■ th«r«on, oolttd nnd
malmnln, ■xhlbll of orea. and i:lvr
mull iiutlH-iitlc lufoi-m.-itlon n* rn.-iy
i,,. vnhmlil" tn •iv-«i"i». nnd to .11k
countrnanrn '•'•■ rioatlnic mi iinir
of wildcat ntorka and pruprrtlpa.
Klftefn tr'nitefn wrra e'»rtei| t"
hold nftlcr- until .Tune 10, IHt Tl)«
nasi mi •■tlim will li« ii'ii March M,
In the oltlrp nf Hoblnaon and riowcll,
when iifrmnnent 0IT1cp» for tho «-x
--rh.iiiKo will lir rtvrtciMiy the trtin-
WAiVTS I
HIV VIEW
Jack Dalton to Live
In Seattle.
RESIDKfE OS C{l i:i:S AW 111 l I
f moil) Yukon Planter *nd fron.
tl.r»m.n Life*■ Fhi» City and
N*» utch.nd Proparty.
' Jack Datton. the famoua Tukon
I'l.mrrr, froiifirmnian. h#ilar, gild
•.I k.r. and i.uli.lrr of Ibf l'«]|..n
trail In A'aNtta, U to b«iom« a r—
dent of miattt*. ii- will i.ulll on*
or Hit- bnnila»m< MUHMN In th«
city on Qurvn Ann Mil, nml mar b*
rontonplatlnir K'Ulni it •ilk ItaC
'In th«- r*. ■ ha dota bronch .it in
'» ailk hat. hf will hay» th« Capital
aa an rxru»e t" v>rar It.
Mr. li!l.|i hat. |>tirrha»ml | th«
l-ri.i'erty on Que*n'Ann hill at HIS
Klchth avrnui- »•••<, avvrlouklnc tlir
Mound — ri«ht mi th« i l>row or tt>«
I hill - lh* purrhKM prtM havlnc
r.f i-n rnrwardml a f«*w dara fr-itn
I'llllknl «h*r» IHkllnn I* l.a>lr.l at
prratnt. l*nr «itr la i»n# of thr nn««l
In that vhrvated iMrtlon of thr rttr,
Mr l>au!lon KIM r*maln In Alaska
turui* th« mlnlna MUM, i»-ihui>«
until f'»i-i»mu-i, and th»n ho will
\ iinn* t>, Wruitlf. mil h« la milhottty
tor th* •imirn.rni that Irnmadlatrtr >
i.n hi* amtai h« wtll M Ih* cofj. j
ir.ni far Uka - I'Uiiilina of hla n«iw
. n> bom*.
It la |iti|Kta*lli!* t" wnltln hnw
mwh monvy Hi 1 '.. ■ n »11l ar>
proprlal* far th* bulldlna* of hla rwn*
l.l.tur, Nil It la »ald that lha> **art
• iiitiunt will f—a lh<- Alaakan n.>
concern |iml •<» loaf M h« *na what
ulla h:m It* want* an rlrxant
h-inc and h<- '•• ■•'ii^ac lo IHMN It. -
the t \io\ mm 01 tlet
Future of That System, the N. R. 4 N.
and the Short Line.
OMAHA K#b.. With ll.—\\C D.
r.-tn'.'h. of N«w York, president at
th» cirecon MWti I.in- for a time
In Ihr Writ att»n<tin« the lai. I <ul(x
•if ih.- I'nli-n Partne road. a«>a that
sit that «11l b* MM for th* MMJ
his been don* In th« step* looklnjr
Is the absorption of th* <"•«
Shott I .Mi" by thu t'nlun Pacino Co.
ThrK--<j>i«n<-r» of th* ainrk of th»
formvr road ha>. bMB *xchang»d
fur th* stork of Ih* ITnlon Parlßc.
and this mtnMore* ih* trat,»f- of
(h« property aa fully as Is now con*
tcmplatCAl. "Tn* t'nlon Paclftr." aal.l
WANTS CITY WATER/,
'• H Van rir.xklin has p«tltlon«»<l
th» •xianJ of nubile works for city
watrr. mi. 1 MM a«l>i-<l th«l a I-ln.
pspo t* ru» from Melro»e avenue tt
his lot on I'tno strtvt and Ilcltavl*-*
avenue. It* will. ■.v half "f th«
exprn#« "f the laying nf pipes. anJ
thlw sum to If rrrdltml to i's wati r
r»nt. Hui*rln»endent of IJghts and
Water U 11. Young" has «-onsliler»«l
the petition arwi ,rk< that ih. !■»•!
--tl..n be granted.
WANTS AN ACCOUNTING.
Anna M. f'unnlngham haa entered
a complaint before Judge Moore, In
whl<-h «h.- allejt« that her brother,
Oeurgi- KTUney, ba« rendered no *e
rountlnac to her •<( iit« and profit*
fniii ftrvmlses lnliTltnl ami nwneii
Jointly by them. Hhr claims to hay*
only ret'ently come to Washington,
and that her brother hns all al..tiK
led her to brllev* •■ ,i the property
hi< been unproductive..
ACAIN DELAYED
flordstrom Case Postponed
Still Another Week.
Tho ill»- of I'Uil* W Nordntrntn.
h.. (<!"■ 'I 'Vn. Muon, ■■( Ordnr
Mountain, on Wov«nb»r It, i«*i.
ranw tip before Jud*e Imdli tliin
morning. a nti»>- at e*eeutlon 'it
►rnii'iit-M for on« we*k *«i rrant
i><! by lh<» rmirt on motion of Drnny
> Cimil] who " "-• hi Nonlßlrom'B
.■ill..t ii< v. .liinii'H II l/H l». ilnrlmt
hta nlinrnrr, Mr. Ih-»i» ha* had '1.
--m*« n'in-1- thr jK-rlnrilni'. mid it I"
!»•>.■»• ii • thnt h" l» h-r^
i Tlil» < '■- ha* been cnrrlfd from
.hi. r..nit In another, nti'l '...iilpHotii
linn >>• • 'i h'iil.ii- i-l to dl» wveral
time*, tiut Ik •till rtt i murh ullvi
REV. CARRCTT'S CALL.
Iti«v. I». O, Oarrett, .11 known
In rVaUle, whsr*- for upvrral yearn
hil nn r. i..i of Bt. Mark* Hpltoop
..I rhureh, hnn hud n 111 to Kb*
rert>>r*hl|> of Ml. LUkt I rhurch In
'Him Kriili' l«' " Hr, UWT»tI l» at
pr«-»pnt rrrlor of 'I i lull v K|>i«< ll
chon at Pol ll«Bd He ha» not jr«t
ni-n |>|i'd the Sun Krnnomro rnll,
lint It ll hplleved 1,. will 11.l i>o. Th»
Hnn Kranrlwo rcttomhlp i • ii.i ■ 'i 'l
him h.i.. 1...M until i..>titly, fll 1.->l
tiy l|n\. William Mori'lnnd, Hill' '
,-l-n-.| JllMhnp of Hnrrumento.
To Urn Tried for MuH«r.
NICWVOHK, March ll.—ll««oMl#r
• Ilrrt ili-|,|...| thla inorillll* lli«i ttO
land MniKn-ii* >.vi haw in Ki.ni
t rial for tho. munl«r of Jtr». X » l»
A'Uina ft* f f j [•, -if 11 *. ,f
Son of a Prlncos*.
<:6l'KNli*Aai:N, Mur. ll II filn
.«» Al>-xuii'liiMi. Klf. »t Ihr.hHr
mi iwimt In th* liaiiinh thron*. (ay*
I.Hill to ■ tun ' Hl»> >.
Fir* In Ml»»ouil.
IfnUNT N OIIOVIJ, March 11.—
A bualneia; I!.m « m.ip Ihiiih i b*rt
this inornlnt l.<>»». tII3,(KK).
Indians Nave Smallpox.
aimirtm. " T, March U.-MaJ.
I«« I'mlilili. lie nl for the Hae mid
!••.» limllhh*. amoniT whom mn»ll|«n
I. , inirlfiar. > rft...tt« (T.dralhn up to
M*f.li *■ Tl>«i< »r» M nw In Ihi
p»jt nauw. •
Cor«u by A C«w.
l-OHTLANO. MarrM 11. ' ' X, X.
llllli.llliv.il. i""!**' l"t In eh..'«* "'
UM nllml HtaUa liuraau of a«i»:>«'
Industry •tallon al I'orMaivl, In at
St. Vlneenl blapltal auffedlnj Ir..m •
•rvrr »uui.il in il.« Uft Ihlfh. Infllil
«<1 by an tiifurlut- d cow in Ui<- aluek
y»r«l 1 Ti.mii.l.l. \lth..u«h con-
Oiwhl lo hi* v. i *•'»• »o« «u(T.iliik
any i*in «n.l t*p»ei» •<> »>t «bi# to
l.r out wtHili. • »i'l of week*.
Mutt Pay Full Liesnu.
POUTl**J*n, March 11. - t'nlt»J
NUIM rtvcnu* <rfnr»r» »r« be«!llliln«
a uu>«!« In l*ortland thai will h »\«
• ilwMttfly _dl»«|ul*tlo« >(t»ct '■"
•■v h "f th*' r^all I'l'ior ij«-»lrr«. an«l
r. «i««rai>i «n-1 bnnrttln* hou*« fcoep
rrn a« ar» not »h»yln« ih- l»w In r»-
ar<l '<• afTUlnt and • »n 'llii« r^v
•-nue lUmpa ri^»ir»4 m *viry r»
r»ptarl» containing »ln». Jxrcr, or
otbvt IlijU'r «i
PLUMBERS ARRESTED.
• j -. .
lUrr Cuu|li<n and Thonw Ilurk*
urrr »rr«-«icl >• «t»r<tai' »vrnl>c by I
iKtnr tturkman on a »fr»nt iwora |
<••( br itn aaniury ln»i < ti"r. Im- j
tnrnn *«<• h<-ln« m«■!» In th«
l"lr»( av*mi»- h»»M, »i»tl (I la rlnlin
f-l r.-.r mii'flil oil U«<-.1 Th«y
xili ha»» a h*«ri«r latfnri Juli»
r.nr in lh» riuiil<lp«l court mill
Mr. Cornl»h,*"owiu • majorltyof th*
stock* *f Hi* Oregon Mhott I.ln<- and
the latter road owna a majority .f
Ih* a««rk ■■( lh» Oregon tlallroad *
Na>l«ali.>ii MMJtfi and alUar
Hi. — (wmUtlona to* tbrt* lines an
work ; tcxtttbar nl««ly »*fwmit any |
closer sgre«m«nt. Th^r# la no prob
al.uiiy »t i.rpartit of th« morinir of
ihr , Bhorii j, l.in. J h*adauart«r» l»
Omaha. Thtr» ar» fix«l rraaons »hy
th'«* tifßc** should br k*p< avparal
•4 from iho I'ulcin Paeinc In Ihla
city., tba Short Un« In Halt I*ak«
City and ■• n. * N at IV.rtlati.l
WILL lOVE
M EIEIY
Gen. Lawton Pre
pares to Advance.
TR«M»rs \\\\: nm foi \ fk.iit
som» Light lklrmlthln» Todijr at
■ Cjloocon and San Hadro Mo
oall, kut No tiii/illii-.
MANILA. March 11.—Horn* Unlit
sklrmlshlnit orcurroU at (°al<>n<iin
biiO at Hun I'rdti. Macatl tixlay, but
no casuAltlca BM rr|»irl»><l. The
American M.i|« ara In tin. spirits,
anil arv anxious for v forward mov*>
IIM'HI "II Alt Ulll'l (lenernl i l.nw
tnn has t.tkrn hold, nn.l In |irrpar
in* for an ii l. in... hi. ii .v. i ybody
r«|»rl!l Will S|>CV<llly Ili'Klll.
The laist of Hpanlsh n.ilili.'ru. Ml ' I'
laMM In h.i»|ilt»l». rmlmki'l for
dpaln today. ;'%?'-'
Thi; Chicao Market.
CinCAOO, March II — Cattle—
I' i'Vch, Hfl %.'.<% stackers unchanged;
cows, U04.85; Tqxans, f1.W03.82 "~
II»KS- I,llilU ."«■. *I«IHT. l.'llllll 111 l
ilmnHed; mixed, »S.»;«ii '". h«avy,
M.T«s»a.!ij; IlKht, $i.!,u«iS.:.'..
sin■.■!■ -NatlvrH, lambs unchanged;
westerns, t).40«4.60. '
Victoria Sail* for Franc*.
i.. iNi" '.v. Uarcb 11.—Tho Queen
mill.-.l for Franco t..<la>\ •
Cubans Will Disband.
HAVANA. March 11. — A report
was illilllali.il lust nlisht that 111.,,
Cuban tinny would surely Mgtl to
disband >.ii"i 11|.
COFFEE POT^SiiS
ALL NEXT WEEK
These Price Hlnto
I quart, 6c. i^ quarts, 7c. 1 Our u'indow shows n
2 in.irts, tic. ) quarts, 9c. 1 large variety at mcil prices
, II I ' II nil ' I 111 I 1 •] 11 j ■ -.■ I ' 1 '
SPELGER & HURLBUT
1215. Srcond Avenm
-- ">i . 1 ■ i- 1 iffr 1^ a~MMMMMMMMMMaI
OFF FOli
THE lOKTII
City Topeka Leaves
for Alaska.
Sarlnf »u»h to th« Mertliarn Col*
Fnid. at., ■• S*ia to M*««
J»t In.
Th»rr wu a llv*ly lime at Ocean
il.-x k ihl» mornlnc *h>n Ih.- tteam
shli> Cllf of Topcka aaltrd for Hka«
war and *ay porta. From rarly
mornlnK until th»- ai«-am»r l#fl port,
tr»« dock »«a tMU-kad with a denaa
crowd uf curioattyaeckera.
"t Th« bis atramrr look north an
nthor l«r«r del*nation of peaaenser*.
Many of lh»M wrro mlnera and
proapwton txiun<l for Klmcwuy and
Dye*. The »irln« r«»h haa act In,
and from now on It la likely that
#very tv>nh«nln« beat will tw wall
flllmt with humanity.
Captain Otonre Trl»r. r«nn*ct«l'
with rtank \v»ii>r!iou»»"» lln# of
•ii-tmni at tk« Ukn. l*ft for Hka«
nay on th« "TV>r>»ka, 1U l» «*>«lnjt
« lih him • larc« ■blpnvrot of »up-
■MM for the t om|>«nyii vf«»U. Cap
tain Trier a'a<> ha.l ' with him «l»
powerful d<ura. which he will urn »v
pull al«>da Four of thr dor» wrr*
Malamut»»
< Mh. r [.«r(|.-» »"tn« norih *«<i An**
»nh (llfit. Th»a« war* rtiain*d in
fft**arW* part nt th<- «t»»ron, and
aa lone m* »ba waa at In* dork. th«
air au Ihlrk Ith Il»r.>r<lant rtnln*
hnwta 'Th» Tope»a'« list tv as *"'•
Iml Ml«s nuth -formic*. C P.
Lrnrh. Arthur MeVlcker, Mrs. Mo-
Vl<k»r Ml»s M. McCormlck, ra K.
]. rCormlsk, A Wllrher. C. Ilanaon.
Miss M. Hawkins, W M. Hawkins,
J. II Hiilllvan. Mra <! ■ Hi.warti.
A. 1 Knir*. r. n. MJMjr, A <i
lUya, P. Hully, A. W»«kor. l--na
l«ska, John Kn#kaon. K. Mitchell. K.
('hrlstansen. Frank Uisk, Jant'a
Pratt, I*. IVlcraon. Oeorr* West, A.
ll*an. Miss ll»rv»y Carlaon. Mlaa
Kmma Carlson. Mlaa R*b«-<-B And
»raon J. A r..rk. Mrs. J. A York.
< harl#» I. Urfer, W. J Mskelln.
<<aptaln n*or«» Tyl*r, Charles H
Morrla C J. H»rr> Hr I««rry. O.
T Kdirar. 8. A I*olnde*ter. 1.. I*
Mivith A. C. I'araon. W. A Ml*. M.
I> Mil W. W. HofT. Mrs. J Kn«
--11. h J. O. Ilounter. W« H Taylor.
II P V*rmln. "John OTlrlenVAnna
Alysk. A. t. li«cker, and thirty-four
•x-.-nii elaaa. -
SUNDAY SERVICES.
■■■■-■' I ■• ■ • -"-■ — ..
pint M. X churrh — Rev. F. M.
linn )«U, pantor. M..rnln* subject.
"Uvlnif In th» I.l«hl . evening iub-
Ject. "Oallowß Heading-."
•MM*
i North naptlsl-ller. I. J. lawyer,
naaUM 'Morning »uhjrrt. "Kaled
Cloa"; evening- subject. "Kmpty
CM"
Plymouth Congregation— Hrv W
11. TVmpliv pastor. Morning, a ml<l
-l«nt sermon; rwnlnK subject, "Al
' most persuaded." -
a.t Mark's Kplscopalr-nev. .1 P.
t.|.»v.l rector. M..rnln«. a marrlairf
arrnioti evening aunj.-.t. "Mtrnwri
makrlh man."
Plrst JUptlst—Her. '> B. nower
msn. pastor. Morning; subject,
I "ibiptlsm of Ihr Moly aho»f: even-
Ing subject. "Judas and Paul."
Pint Pre»byterlan — Hey. a. If.
hlaon, paster. Morning. "A
noble exsmple"; evening. • Hay you
been InrHed." ___
Bwond Presbyterian- R. v W. A.
»l»Jor. psstor. Mornlna: subject.
s. nhrr povarty BOT riches"; even-
Ing. 'Ttefore the court of Divine
Justice-." : *■-
. .unliipl.-r rri'«hy|prl:.n — n«v.
II W <;il.-!.rli<« Mornlnn «übject.
••I wUf follow Ti" ■ »t>'t''-r iorr«r
Thou BOttt") cv>'"ln« ' \Vh«t Jesus
now Is. und what Hf does."
Trinity Pnrlsh — Hey. Herbert 11.
flowen. redor.. Mornlnit, "Thr
f,.urlh v1«1..n of '/.*> hiirlnh": even-
Ini, I.if' «'"l works of John Wes
\ry" __^_
An ImiUMit will be held In Ilonney
A Btawarfa ntfiruru* 1 this aftan
over the inn.- .lili.l found In th.-
B»rb»(ti- pll" near the V 1"'"""' hotil
lint TH»ia4al Coroner Kpnrllnc
will Inveillxats th<- case thornughly.
Annn M, Klatt hns MHRII s <ll
vorre from her husband. Kmll A
Klott, on the grounds at cruel nnd
Inhuman treatment.
P. 1, Jaliotson, i\K m'i'lViT for Ihi-
Connecticut * Alaska Mining A
TrmlliiK ■•aocl*tloii l hns MM the
ni'luuiiirr m..hmMklil to Lister Borle
for $1000.
; ;♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦ —++$
2 Tiltphon* SuDtcrlfiliont to 2
♦ ,Plko 150 ?
PRICE <>N i; « v >t
Must Oboy tho Law.
I'ORTLAND, March U.—Collwtor
of lnt»rn«l ll.vinur liavl.l M Dun-
M haa Juat NMI M from Ihs I'wi
*'l Htat*a Irraaury <l»i>»tti.if t.t a i|.-.
clslun i < tarillii* in* application ■■'
th» i[«i.. r«-vinu<- i.>» la broker*
of county, <lijr. ai.<l school warrtm.
Th«- <l>TUion Is an Important <.n<-,
«n«l will l>i» ths mmii> of enriching
the) «ov*rnm*nt '" thn ■ i.ni of
•rvrril th"ti»aml dollars at the i-x
pens* of many of Hm bfOIMH of
Oregon. W'aihlncton. an<l Alaska,
who «11l b* . «ll"1 upon to pay acain
th* amount of ths «p*elal tax, which,
uniler •> fornirr construction of tho
law, wajp refunded to them. Tlii»
refers In tha a|>*<'lal mx for th* n». -il
year tndlna; June 10. Itlt. Ilrokers
*r- r-«iulr«1 to pay a n«-< Inl taa of
|M a year. Th* old rullriK made In
K*rtember, UN. wu to the eYect
that'persons empli>yinn their o«n
rioney In buyin*- warrants *i-rt not
aubj«<t to th« special tax r.-ci.-. i
of : '..liTa 4oiof a bmhtul business.
FOR FISH HATCHERIES.
> ■--':•' " • """ " -
Miuh Interest was taken br flsh%
mMi in a»curlng money from lh# leg.
Islatur* Juat adjourn") for ash
hatcheries..*; Th« following wem tha
appropriations:
W#nalrli»»' riviT.....^.— »5000
Nonluarlt river ................ SOOO
Kkykotnlsh river ......... n tooo
WHiapa harbor .^.►......~~~. «*»0
Wind rtvrr ...♦» «0O
Hmlaha rlv*r „»... w«h JMO
flnohomlsh river ............... 30*0
Whtt» rtver...—.»~....■-—.-. ....
Mrthow river .—.....-.•. — .-—• xxio
NV..iu»lly ....«►••♦• awtaaM -'•"*
cmviii* .......-..^... a..^..... axo
KlliklUt .^..^......— '*•'>
millacuamlah .......»• —«*..... 2400
Dupgeneaa river *...-.» JW*
asotheF
JHOLDIP
Two More Victims
of Robbers.
HGHWimU OriIXCrUG TOLL
Dstsstlt*s Cltla That tha Major.
i •f t»a ■aparlad «akb*ri*i
' ra r«r* rietions.
Another hold-up waa reported at
police- headquarters todsy. An rx
pressman .1 named Jackson and •
friend were walklna" alone T' • I «v.
enue. nrar Le« street, aboal » o'clock
last ovi-nln*. when they were com
pelled to stand forth and deliver.
They had reached lh<> corner of I.**
when t»o ra*n stepped out fr>m
the ahadowa. One: man covei «d
Jarkaon and hla friend with a ? -
volver and commanded:
"Throw up your hand"'"
The hand! , went' ui> and the «<
|.r.»«inmi and hU friend were_r#
lleved of the few dollar* they h^d
In thrlr poi>»^ii»lon. The robbers
walked away, and no attempt w»«
made to atop them by the victims.
Detective* «irr icnt out to locate
(he f.xitpada as Boon ari the robbery
wa» reported, but tbe mtwlon prove*!
abortive. \
Some of the local detM-tlvea claim
that the majority wt the stories of
thr holdup* i«re pure nYtlona. On«
detective aald this morning:
"Two-third* of these reported ho!<l
ups ar« no hold-up* at all. Men
gamble and vlatt place* of low re
sort, wtK-re their money I* either
spent or Inken from them under clr
cumstanrea they do not cere to dl»
--cuss. Having no othor .-xcuw for
th« lo*s of the money, they ito home
I and tell Ihclr fnmlly that they have
been held up and robbed. Whe have
Investigated all thi' reports of hold
ups.' and several of them turned out
Just as I have related."
"Ten. sir," said the quiet man, "wei
wnnt the army reorganised."
"You think we "unht to have more
scldleraT"
"I haven't atudled Ihv iiiii"l!>n
thai far. Hut, from MM of th«
rrn.ark* that have paaned. I don't
hepttnte to conclude iiuit we need
; iihii chaplain*."—Washington Slur.
"Well, there I* the greatest case I
evrr *aw or heard of in my life."
Ml>l a Chicago bicycle .. j« '• ■i- the
i niiii r day. aa a tramp tmm<l >«.iy
and walked out of the store.
"What about him?" ho waa asked..
"That fellow had the, nerve to «sk
me for (en cents to Ret hin wash out .
of the laundiy.''— Chicago News.
"Alice fell In love with Claude be
cnuse he was so pensive and *
' thoughtful."
U.'ll?"
"Then nlie broke the MMMMtI
because she found out that when he
lonim that way h.' wnsn't thinking
at all."—Detroit Free Tress.
"How shall wo govern the rhll-
Ipr-lnesT" aaked the Interviewer. :.:-'.
i "I don't know," answered the l.uny
military man. "11 will Ml time
' I'luniirh to think of. Unit after wo
Ret them out of I lie notion of trying
tc govern us."— .i'lUi.,' ii i.ir.

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