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res 88! TIIE S EATTLE ' STAR U&si
VOL, I.
TO RELIEVE
VOLUNTEERS
Regulars Now Being Sent to the Phil
ippines by War Department.
V.VNIU*. Mar 11 The I'tiii >« Ktatea tran*port Hancock. eonv*yln«
Ihr Tw*nty-flfth regular Infantry, nrrtveJ from s»n FrancUco thla
tnornlnjr and bc«an <ll**mbarktna* the troop* tmm««ll«t*ly Th* arrival
of th* 1 Uncork v regarded aa timely, lnaamurh a* It will <>•••* be pu*>
•»•>••■ to »rii.| fr*ah trunp* Immedlattly t» Han Ktrnado to r«ll*v* th* «i
--li«u»- I men of litm-ral Mil- Arthur"* mrnmand.
WABirtNCJT«">N. D C, May Jl.—Th* War d«parln«*nt la preparing to
•»n>l four r.-r n „'. of i.mit«r« to Manila by way of N»» York »'>•' Ih*
t»u*» ranat Th# rtirtmeni* that will probably *f> are th* P*r»nlh and
Nlß*l*i Infantry, and th* Ftrtt ii-l Mrain artlllvry. On lb« Pa
fine <-.•«•• two mem rr«lm*n!», Ih* si\th and Bl*t»*nih Infantry, will
l'">f for Manila. within a month. The former la r»i»-<!r.l In d«part pn
the transport Sh-rm.tn «n May 2. Thr*» troopa mta r*ll*r* th* volun
term.
WABIIINHTON. D. C. May tl.—Th* remain* of Colon*! r»^rt th*
, ktro »f >r>rr«l t*hlllpplß*a battl*s, who «m klll*d wbtl* Ivadina «
rhara-* itcainKt Filipino tr*nrhi>«, w*r* Imrlr-I with military honura at
Arliniri.in tvitiftrrr today. »*wr»t»ry Atc«r. O«n*ral Mil'« end C.rrbin,
and a larv* numtwr «f othtr army officer*, wltn*»«*d tb* «t. m<tti.«.
Th* body of Cotnnrt Kjttwrt la th* Aral of mm allied In th* Philip
l-in«-» li b* br-.unhi to Arlington for ißUrmcnt.
ITUSI', In.l May ll.—Th* h •«•• of David Momr *•• d*molllh*4
■ 1-y a■ i. l.m. at midnight Ilia I lauahirr »a« UU»4 and »«v*r
a) members of th* family Injured. ■
WASHINGTON, May ll.—Th* following dlapatch waa refelred from
O»n»r»l O0» thla morning: "The dtuatlon la aa follow*: I bat* rue.
reeded In |»ai>iitrnt th* army gunboat* <• Oalumplt for ux- In th* Rk>
<lnndc "Hi* railway «rrn«-IW.n with that pnlnl «.» »«-.ir*l thu
week. The !•«»•'.n« of th* guabnala Oirough Marabeb* country *••
hailed with Joyful im.>n»tr»t(..n. by U>* Inhabitant* In th* country
from Qeorg* D. Mi-lkl«-j »hn. Acl-*ry civil «-tml»latra\ll<in haa been In
•tigurated, and protection to.th* Inhabitant* and ««*in»t the fnaur>
t/enta* aboaea. ha« t>*»n «ivm «• far aa »-o«lM««- The alien* of th« In
•urgent dlalniegrathm Is dally in*infaal*il **
Otati Otla rabled tb* following anawer to th* query from Al«»r.
aaklng about tb* return of th* vusun-twr • from th* Philippine*: The vol>
un!~-r ora;anlaatl<vna first to return art now at N<^tr.«. 41 mitt* from
Manila, at !► front. It la ( i|<"'"l that th* lran»p»rt* now arriving will
take th* returning volunteer*. The volunteer* underaland that they will
leave for th< United it«a about the latin part of tb* month. There
moet anjr vesael afloat II aeema ««rr*«»m'« her* at this time, and I «<■•
rept Hrri; which txi<-! States In'-rr«!» make Imperative. Th* trana.
I- rut returnliur thi* week ar* . «rry iir <h>- airk and wouml*4 "
UMRMtI, May 11.—Th* American deb>*at*a to th* pear* confer
ence deny th* report that their Instructions ar» Identical with those of
th* delecatta from England. ,
HOWARD Cirr. Ml Mar ll.— norrlM* crime occurred In Ihia
city laat night. J * Harvey a%M hi* wife, baby father-in-law, (rani
Wither, uncle, and th«n attrmpte>l to omit «ulct<le. Hla graMnwth.
«r and •net- were hlllrd inMart:?. F*mmlljr «iM». prompted the oV**4.
►'Later.—Mm.: Harvey dlel this morning. Harvey will 'll* lit «■••
fuaea to say anythlna; atuut th* trim*. Many of th* people ar* talk
ing him Th' i-oiu.- ha** taken nlr» precsutlons ta prevent any 4»a
turf. IBM
f MANILA. May 11.—»»»n«r Paterno ha* declined the proffered presl.
deney of the Filipino cabinet until the Filipino eonarress now meeting
at Ran !«ldor shall hay* authorised him to treat with th* Amerlnknt for
p*ar*.
WASIttNrjTON. May It —Th* War department made publtr a mm
t-r>h»n«lve report '-.m (Irn. I!, <!. Olta, giving an arcount of th» opera
tion* of hla brlgvd* during March. Oil* praises the loyalty, bravery
: and perars i- of all In* men of Mi command.
NORFOLK. May ll.—Th.- plan i.fr-iverrmept which th* t-ntt*i fltatcs
<• willing to establish m th- Philippine* after the surrender of th* In
surgents »,*» been cabled to PreslO«fit (*churm<an by secretary Hay, at
* th* direction of tb* president. The proposed government Is to be more
• Ivll than military. The bead of tb* government Is to be a gmrvrnor.
Tber* will also be an advisory ••■■im 1. c«mp<M*l of natives of the Phil
ippines. Loral «>r*rnm«-nl» will b« entirely In the hands of the nallTes,
subject to certain supervision by the American authorities. The plan
propose*] amounts practically to an autonomous syelem. It la believed
here that H will be acceptable to the natives. It will continue only un
til ccngres* shall have decided upon a permanent government for the lll
and*.
NEWCASTLE, Pa.. Mir IL-T«ro men were killed and all other*
badly Injured thla morning by th* collapse of a trestle near Knrkpolnt.
Nine loaded cars were on tb* trestle* at the time, and they ftll upon
a gang working underneath the tretlle. Dml-Wra. M'alrutt and an
unknown man.
Secretary Mciklcjohn's Letter MMMMA
At th* meeting of tb* rh»mb»r of cwnmerr* yr»l»r<l»r afternoon,
IV*"! K. O. flravra read to th* member* th* letter r»»1v-! !-i»t
Monday by the Editor of lh» Hnr;i»"l over by lha tnwpa a Umpor
tnc »*••• r<iary of War. declining* to (rant th* r*'iu-al of ctllten* of H».
Ati!.- that th* r"ir>t W.i«li.n»t.»n voluntr«r* ahouM b* tranaportml direct
from Manila to tbl* part. After reading- th* letter, I'ree-ldent flrare*
■aid: II I* Ih* same thine Over and over araln. Th» official* at IV»i!i.
Inirton positively refuaa to vmi« th* fact that we hay* a dry >l.« k at
I'ort Orchard capable of balding all* now no Importance for I hell
thouich th«y wanted to irlv* fieattl* a black ey*. Th* quart*rma«ter
here haa written to the department *ev*ral tlmea polntln* mil the furil
lUea for handllnir boata, and yet thla town appear* to b* reirarded mm
lacking In an advantage!, and to b* unwlaely aerklng for a chare of
trad* to wtilch It i« not entitled."
Hevera] member* of the chamber were anxious to take action Im
mediately, but It waa finally decld'd to wait for a reply to the last letter
sent by President riravea to th* War department, ratting detailed at
tend-.n to Urn naval facilities ■• fieattle, Tmmm and Port Orchard.
It w«* expected that United States fU-nalor George Tomer would
b« at th* chamber of commerce meeting ye»t»rday afternoon and make
• few remarks, bin his auiM<-n departure for Spokane prevented. A
letter waa read from Ota. Wilson, chief ttt the bureau of engtneertnß.
stating that h* would be In .»■■ iiti.- about May 17.
A resolution waa unanimously adopted ihnnklnir President Orav*a
forth* letter recently written to th* Hecrelary of War about the advan
tage* of Seattle as a place for the return of th* transports.
Good Salmon Run.
'ABTOHIA, Or., May 11.—The run
Of fl>h durtn* the pad two I ■>• baa
l»«»ii <X" iiti.inally itn'.'i for I till >•«-■»•
■on of th* year. Their slxe la luric
and the quality <•< MM brat. Up to
the present da(« the '«l'h ha» been
much l«.r«'r than lii*t year or for
several yeara previous. There are
■till a iiufnlc r ot mull fl»h amoni
the catch, bat that la pxplalnnl by
the fact that linn amall tnefth >.• ■(<
are b«-lnis u»erl than *rtr ..fiirt 1.
That In also irtvfn an th<> rrnaon why
mi many blutbacka are being: caua;!it
ttila aprlnit.
She Met a Frost.
COL.UM Ht;s, 'i. ■Ma y 11. — Mm.
Heorgo met a front !>••• •• 1.-nt nl«ht
when »h. delivered hor lecture. The
theater *<rata .-.t.»ut I'"I. but only
fourteen paid to hear her.
*orm Destroys Property
ROD! CITY, 1,a., Mil A t*r
rifle hall and ruin r'.trm dentroyd a
conaldenblt amount of property in
thl* part of the utato la«t ntglil.
A Negro Cornered.
NHIUTAWnff, Pit. May It—
Im/it Lewis, Ih<- neuro who took r»
fun" In an old coil mini- her* MM
night to wii"- arrest for shootlnc
Canalnble Prank MrClure, .if 1.1n.1
--any. has not twen captured. Kvi-rv
outlet to the mini' In being guarded,
ami 1.4-wl* must fi<Kin surrender of
die of ularvatlon. MrClure'a Injur
■ ies tuny pm»» filial He In the Mi
orxl local nflu-'-r to auffir at I lie hand
of n>'i;rr»-».
Will Accept Terms.
!■.! i-'WI/i, May ll.—The strike on
between the urnln shovelera i m.i th«
- ..'i.|..i 111' « of iin- grain carriers, la
;;il.l.- to !»• m-tllnil shortly. The
leaders have ■<!» ■ ] Hi. men to ac
cept the term*.
. A Disastrous Fir*.
KANSAH CITY. Mo., May 11.-Plro
de»troye»l the warehouse of the
N"i-«l.y Transfer * Htoraire company
hi»r<> laat nlKhi, and th* loaa la ■ xii
inalcil at hi.mm (in,, (Irnnan, Jaa,
K. McMcllli, win killed by. coming in
contract with » live wlr» '•' >
m:\TTI.i;. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY i:vi:MMi, MAY M. 18*9.
SEATTTLE NEWS.
Deputy CVlwtor of Internal Itl-V
*nu* I>. W. |l.irt.-ii, left yrairfttny
for Whatcom, Whll* !h. i. h» will
Inveellcate the t<iinli> »f the lir.'W.
(•Men ami ntli.-r .in <r .ll»llU.'ri>-».
ll* will alia torn i th* di«r t*rl»r-
Ira and k.<|. ,i >| l .<t |, 1...>k ..ill ■■■
any box*a ..f riicar* bearing the
ti.ii:iiii r«v*nue i*ii|.
Th» Jam** A. Moore Inveatment
company li.m I'unli.iiMvt 100 acrea of
coal landa In thi- vtrlnlty of l'alm<
rr, on Ihi Northern I'arlAc railroad.
Th* properly »• h.,'l»ll! of I' -11.
MfLellan and J. X, i tills, of IV*>
ton, and th* prlc* l-ilil *U 143.000.
Development work will li.' commenc
.••l at i>ni-ii, and th* product front
Ih* mliwa will I* brought t» Seattle
by rail.
•• • •
University L<» Court*.
llfKliiiniir with the n-«l roller*
>«■*[-. the lniv.r«ii» ..f Washington
will lia\r a law -I. |>.trlim ill At tha
inrrtiiij! of the buard of rtgtntt ><-•
lerday afternoon, (his *t4 't-ti »■•■
Unalilll>lil»iV .1. ■■■<• i Upon. Thr
mm <>,' l:> m>« ■|>|ir..|irut. I tor
;ih* first yoar. Many appltratlam
fur tb? poaltlon of .Iran "t lh« law
ii<-i>«itrnrm hay* in-rn triii In. No
appolntmt-nt will !■- uwh, h-mevrr
until May it. whnn a »t>.-<-lal meet-
In* of Ih* rr,n,n will ha liM,
Tho r»f *nl* !•*»»« -I » rvaolutlon
vivcrtby ten •tudrali, each fr»tn
Cuba. Hawaii. I'orlo It!>■••. «"■' lb<>
I'll | (•!»<-•. Kill tx (Hen luttlan
fr»#.
After th* mrriliK In* executive
.i.l building commute* of Ib* board
in. at lit.- -m. v»( It. ifrni Ktnc. I
»h#r» Ih* *|>*r!ncats»n of tb* lwt>
a*w dormllortr* !<• !>*■ thortly >rv« I-
Hi «..r.- ««ainln»4 and approved.
The Mil fur lh» tmilliriit ot dor*
mllarlt* »ill 1* l«t In » f«* day*.
Ci*Mlnjtlea*of*T**«htrt. '"■
Th* 'I'mrtrrly *xamlnall«n of
ti>ach«ra «-«.!nnwn.-»,i thin morning In
ih* library roam <•( tht mm cnurt
how an4 » ID rnWtl»»TI for tb*
balanr* of th* w«th, Th«r* ar* M
aaplranu for l*«eh»r»' f«rU8«^»l»a.
and man ar* <■«'.-• ir«J la Uk* «■»
«»iiiin»ii<-n on K*tar4a)r
Hui.l. Meredith •»>• th"* »» *
eteady ">•ri■•"■" cvrrv Mr In th*
number of teacher* »*«mlr»*-4 Ther*
• ri> lhrt-« ir.ili* for »i.i. li e*rtin
eate* at* rlvni. nam»lir nr»t an"
--im-1 stvi third, th* irr!inr»t»« of
which «rr k-«.\ for Ova. two and on*
mr r*»i»fit«-«ly.
Th» only dirferene* In in* gra.l»e
I* in th* m«i«*r of eredlta. Th*
flr»t «r» r.|ii!r-« an examination
In three more brunch** than l» neces.
ur]r In Ih* <>th*r two xr»<Ui
iVrrn- teaued In tit* a* nom
ination* entitled •*"• t"'»* "*'" '"
i teach .mv*'*!'!' In th»« •'»!<• All
that ■• r<<)ulrv<t I. ■ reritirallon of
in- rrrtinr«t» In th* county, «-ti*r»
in* applicant • l«t"«-» to loch.
Big rir* si tasgwae.
runlruUr. •>'. a dlaaitroti* -• x
Mmiti>*v on th* m»rninc ef lUr 4,
In whlrn * t>u*in**a hlork «( coven
hull lino «u> i|w.l out of »«!•• r> r.
wrtr brnuirtit her* thla mnrnlas by
paMwnxers on Ih* Cottar* City. Th»
... I* e«tlmate'J b*tw*«n tM.«n and
fiLon). rm» of th» h»avl*>t Intter*
it» IS. W. MaJ*r, who <*undurtfil a
veneral h«nll~- atnr*. ll* «■•■
tlrnat** b!a loa* at MUM. ftn. half
of hi* •'■»• -k «*» <I«Mrr.r*.l aa noth
ln> tr-m •»!<• w*rrhno»« t* eh* up.
per »tniTr o* Ma bu'ldinf waa M*ed.
hf at » k of th>" J<r«WH Hh»» company
... v»hi«l at turn, fully bait h.iß*
dntroye.l by the fir*.
Tn* •■h»r buatnewi |>lar-»« »tor»»
an-l »«rrhi>«i»n> contain**] liocka
raluf-1 at hvtwmn iv«"> and HM»
•arh. and fulSy half •■! kwt.
II was only by th* hard#«t work
thJit th* nr* »<• pr*v»nt»d frt>m
■ |.rrailinr Hmxll Hn«» «n all
.Mr. wer* hastily torn down by th*
nr*m*n.
The orlrin of th* Mr* w*« (till »
matter of speculation when th- Cot.
tag* City Ml " ••• rumored
that a family by the iwn» of Ilroem
•r-r In mnvln« out th* day before
th» Or*. .l»fl open a connection In
th* sioveplpo lea<llng through th*
roof of on* of th* huiiiln««. and ih*
■parka frnrrt the nr* In th* stov* b*.
low *w out of this opening Into • m
InrUrrmant* material. Th* fart
•,h»t O-e oor «v vacant gay« th*
ftre a ■ h»n - to b«t a start be-far* It
I was ii • ' '
• • •
Wn*■•< *" Thalr Nontimooa,
Amonr the paa»*na:*r» on th*
Whit* !•»•« 4 Tukan railroad train.
wrecked May I.,was • bride and
room on their honeymoon trip Into
Alaska. Mr. .1,1 Mr- William i.>«
celt left rVattl* during th.- latter
part of April and went to Hkaa-way.
where they took !■ >•«»«• on th« train
for Lain nennett. Mr*, i.imrit
• ml* ih. f ill- lr.it MM rla the War
telling of her adventures:
"We left Bkagway about 1 o'clock
In the afternoon. May 1. on th*
Whit* Paas A Yukon train for th*
■ummlt. About H mil** out on*
c(.«rh l« f' iti» lr«rk. and all that
saved ua from ifltir over n preci
pice waa a tarn* rork. There w*rs
IS pansenrrer*. two being wmnen.
W* ill „.,!.) with a few bruises."
Mr. »ri<l Mrs. I.!>rett have a ro
mantic history. While l.l*i.tl *«»
In the Klondike rr«lon In US", tok
it.it out vast quantities of rold. a
ni-wspaper corresiiondi-nt r«i>rw»«nl-
Inir » number of Knstern dallle*.
wrote a na»mlpilim of the Klondike
nabob, rlvlnr nome farla i.-l-nr.l.nu
his . ii Iv htntory ami his later Kin
r. ■», One of I li- |.'i|.'-r« wiiloh rnr
rled the story fell In'" the hnnda
of a \\ - i VlririMa »rlrl wh-i hud
known IJrirptt when he wa« a little
boy, but hnd lo«t iii subsequent trace
of him. On the lmpulae> of the- mo
ment she sat down And wrote n
brief note of congratulation, malllna;
It i,, Dawann. Ny a happy acrl.lcnt
It rearhrrd Bill In ''"'■ time, ami ■ .ill
ed up the me»norle» of . i.iiiii ...i li.
put the letter In In** porket. rame
out frnm the Klondike li 'I ill. «' nl
to Writ viii-iniii, found ii.- inn.'
Klrl ■ ii m he i. 'i once known urown
to womnn'a eatale—«nil nmrrleU her.
Aa I.IKKI la ralcil aninlii- the
wealthiest men of the Klondike, and
la president of "i" Yukon Order of
I'lonerra, his romantic marrlaire and
preaenl honeymoon trip bark to the
Yukon poMMM Ml Intrinsic public
Intercut.
• • •
Sheldon Jaokion Arrival.
Id.i >■■).■■• ;..ii Jarkson arrived In
Hi. city laat nleht from hi- east on
hi* way to Al.ul'.a. lv i'*y bis an-
A "■ '" I
tumi vlalt to ihi- Alukn a.hiHila and
• ii|i|.lv ').. in with Ihla year* •<i|i
pile*. With him I* William C, (lray,
•dttnr of the • in. ««" Interior, a
leading l*i < «li>i-ilnri paper. • lloth
gentli'inen are atnpplng at th* •'• cl
• 1.-niil 11..1.1 and will li-mo on the
revenue cutter Hear in a few day*
tor the north.
Mr. ,l»k ha« bern rrlllrlted by
many pi-.'i ' regarding hla reindeer
esperlmonla ami hia «*p*ndltur* of
larve ■Ulna of money on "hr came.
Today Ik amM "I pay lltlle alien*
■ tlon I" the ntta.-ka that have been
' urn.lr on me by lain IndlvlduaJe.
The (*n«ral public h>a faith In my
• enterprtae. and Ihe « I 'TIHII. lit
' Iruala me by appmprlaltnaT money
far rarryinat out my purpoaaa.;^ , I
have demonalrated thai reindeer ran
' be Introduced Into Alaska. We have
1 brourht (m d*rr fretri Itueala In the
' paat nine jreara, and alnce) then IMM
have been born, inaklnn In all tone,
Tha reindeer are dlmtrltmled between
ihe tovernment a(all"iia an.l the
. mlaaiona It' |
"The reindeer will be of rreat bene.
, nt to Ihe mlnera, a avail*> ran be uae«t
where horeeei and other anlmala are
j practically uwteM.|f Another thins.
, they will be u*ed TV th' rarrylrur of
■ mail In Ihe • rt<« and far to the
i north." Jr
• U*
' Paraaa of ■*« Ma*.
N..t« 11halMa4Mli_Blia rain which
poured In lorrmit Ual nldit. Ill*
Improved Order *^HM4 Men »*r*
out on parade, tad they marrhett
, from the «*t>tenun.hulMltiK on Klnrt
avenue lo Itanke i*ll nn I'lke elreet,
where an eihlbltlMffdrtll «a> dven.
, under Ihe commtall »f ' 'hi. f J. P.
fair. by th* unir»m rank ■' T*
i>ma i *tfc-;*
; The order will m*et today to clear
, up all unfliit.h»4 b«alneaa. A «i»i»J
rnterUlnment wllatbe «lv*n tonl«ht
at the Mad ana •*!»*< pavilion, and
membere »f the «rder will take a
rrulae on Uake VVk'htncton.
Spokane haa be*sß,rhfleen « the>
nest meettna of the grand p«w.wow.
• A •
W. C T. U. Oea*antl»a.
The **<-.>n 1 .Uy'a aeanlon of ih* W.
r. T. I. r.nivrn!Wi »I Mallard waa
mainly taken tip wtih the election ef
„'!i.n« fiw Ihe eniuin* year. Th*
r—mil of th* ilMl *aa ae> fol
, Iowa: Prealdent Mm. Mary 11. Wade:
vl'»-frra) l*nt Mra. Nellie M. Worth:
,-..rr«»i«n )lr« MfMr/. Mra Lmla J.
reboarc; recordlnir tweretary, Mr» M
C. Munm: IrtaJlnt. , Mra, Kale
Dartlelt; .lrl*«aW*l lar«a to atal*
convention. Mr«H.C.Munna.
The convention with a gold
m*4«l ..»nlr»t >•■«*—ain< In Alb
;,*|r hill. J. M Wllliama and S. W.
« lain, .f H-.llle. 1 arwl I* Maal'Pi
ef Hum,Mr wer. avljttd«ed the win
nera. l!!»;t.«--" - ■
a'e ■ •
Suiel4« «t Jatll*.
Paesencere *rrmm ■"• from At
•in on the »«»*-t«r "*«• City,
brine n+w af IM avlride of i»m»a
rrmnu, whU-h Mnd recently at
thai |.l*r.. , He »%»» Mtaaailf .u*-h
the head with a revolver, Freetnaa
anl hie wife went la Hka«» a yeaf
ago - .m California. Soon aft»r they
«rrlv* there th»y eep»rale«3. and
Mra. freeman mtvpori*4 h*ra»if by
working In r»atauranta -nil* he
■worked oa a pU*>«lrtvef. After >»»•
era! week* he returned to Catirornla.
About a month ago he returned to
f?kagway. im arriving there, he
found that Ml wife bad g«ne '•• At-
Im, ami he followed her. The meet.
m* ■ »a not a I l*aaanl one, and Mr*.
Pteeman refneed to live with her
huaband. whom ah* la aa!4 to have
rialmej cared . nlr for her money.
Aa i .-.««• without money, he
b*«-atr' diecouraged and ended hla
eilatence by ahoollng hlm»'lf
The CanatHan police furtilah*d t»
I—ll*l which a rovirh c«ffln waa pro
cured, and Mre. fYeeman Mjt.pll*.!
the reat if the money for the fun
eral arrangement a. .
Cottaga OH. la »>erl
•teamer ColUire City arrived In
port I hie morning from Hilda and
Alaakan porta. Khe brmuht down
•!«hty-ix>v»n r«*»*n*»r». none of
•hum wer« from the Interior. Th«
Catt*** cur l«-fi Hk»«»«y »n th*
7lh. and had • «m"«Mh »ey*«*. TW*
It th» U»t trip of l»i» Cotla«-» nij»
for *e»eral w«*ka. «**«• will t.« put
rm th* dry dork la b» overhauled
in prtparatlon tor !»kln» the eimir.
•ion • m to Al«»fc*. Her pl«>-<. will
b» filled '.-■ lh# »iraniiT City of
TV>r*k«. Th« pa>HH|»r l!»l *•• ••
fnlNnvn: J. M Tnmltn«on, A 11.
Waltbrtdß*. F Whll»i Mr* J. M Mr.
l^rUn-l. M" Ch«». IWr«. Jn N.
TliMlal*. ■ r IV»nl<»r i W. If. Mri»
.«r. Mm MrO»r«r, Mm W. 11.
Moor*, !•• X Unlike. FrH HlM
mitvn Mm It*»«mu»»i». I^o J.
FSoM. Pirymi l^Kh. Mm. I-lih. Ml»
I.ill! Mr*. K. H Nlfhol*, K<i J«m#«,
Mill* John«"n. ■' A. J»hn»lnn, Mr*.
M. I>u«n<» # C F. lUrrincton. Mr»
MrKrand. It P. C Oampb»ll. A.
Kernel*. M. Taylor. MIM Rmma ll«r
rln. A O. !irn'l»n»ii-in. Mm ll»n<i«T»
--.i»ln, Chan. Mllnf. Jno. R"«'r>. I. I.
Walann J. A Knnl*. Chaa. «ln«f-M
.r. I. Martin. Xi- I rnrlrl>l«». C. K.
PoUrl, W. 1. Paul Mm W«ll*r«, T.
D. rrrmt. I^mla Ku«r. P!. Mn.l»n.
Jn.. T. llhornlrr. M. n. Anltinnrjr,
T. D. M. N..nrl.i..|i. II 0 Md«««, W.
A. Itrv.lit. D W. r>oba«n. and »»ilr.
,y.H,rh, winnil rhw.
• • •
R-w Mill! Alaik* Million.
l(. v J. Hall Yrninir. P. I', th*
yell known Alaoknn mlwlonary, la
In th« city, accompanlfxi by it'v m
H. Kimnn, IMi.lv. of .J.nnrll.- l»a.
Ttn-y will ir»> north within « f«w
daya.
Dr. Toun« him birn appolntKl ayn
odtcAl ni]-«l'linrv for Ihr I'ri'nl.y
1.-rlnn ch<irrh In Al»»k<», mid »p>-nt
■Hifiio month* In ths i-.iHrrn M It -
raising mnnpy '** hi* "'* wnrk. Hr
h»a (urnrpil ibnut l""nn. which will
b* ullllr.oil In Mlabllirhlna: IVr«hyt»r.
Inn mtuirion »lntl»n* at flvn dlfT»r»nt
point* In 111.- Interior of Hi.- l.trlt
nry. Th* ml**lona will '"• lllnlir hi*
K'licnil BUl»rvli>l.'ii Itcv. J. W.
Kirk ,i, i wife, of Philadelphia, will
•oon follow Pr. VoutiK to AI«Kk» and
will t><- |.|.-ihhl «' i:««i>- City i:. v
Harry I*. <'or».-r. of I'"lhkk*l:ilT.
Arlxona, will I" 1 Another of the ml*.
■ |..mirl. ». but hi* atatlon him nut yet
1.. .ti elected l.v Pr. TounK. Iliv
Mr. Knonr« will "'" ' ll»vi- n *tailon,
while It, Yimiiik pominully mnr.«K<>*
ii fifth. The v.irl.'iis inlmloni will
h« ••ninbliHln-1 In Hi-- in.ml promla-
Ing tnlnlrm Ftnpi. The. 17000 ml**
ed by in Younir will t>« xurii- i. m(
to carry on th* work for on« year,
and Hi. ii I ln> I'r.nl.vl. lilin church of
I mini etaAca will wiuiii any
■MUM 11 ihni may hnv* tv
lif 1 nirt.il
, The flint mlulnnery In reach hi*
> ion In I1»7 anil Mttabllah a I'rui»*tant
■• nation «■• It Youn*. Ha MM
. ... .I• ■ I In lO'llllm th« rhurch on a
• Mlf.|U|>purtln« l.ilrli. within a rear,
I «nil Ihrll turned II vir M th« Can
adian branch ■•< the church to nun
i »*•• 'Hi. doctor linn apent many
r r*ara working aman« Hi' Aluakana
f ■!)•) mlnera, and I* ,unlver»ally re>
'. up... t».| an) lib) 'I lie Mated I" a
■ Ktar reporter HiU mornlnir thai he
i tipected to «pend the remainder of ■
i. I.m .Inya In Alaaka .li.liik mlaalonary
r work.
r CattU quarantine Rule*
I S JKKKri(Hi«N CITY, Mo. Way 11
: -<ii.v.-m.ir Htrvrna haa ar<t>mved
the quarantine r*(Uta(lona a<topled
. by the m«i» hoard of agriculture fur
, the puipiW of preventln«r the niireaul
I of eontaaioua <ll#e»aea amon« cat- ,
■ lie,
I n.l. r It* eondltlona all cattle to
. the aouth «f Afii'inn. New klmilcn
■ and eoulhern Ttiaa, muat be In-
I eped»d before betn* admitted Into
Mlaaourl. The lawa (OvernlnK the
f tnipectlon arr very MM MM
absorbed by Trust.
Md.WAI'KKK Wla M «ay ll.—
he I'uliith our mill of thla city »aa ,
, today abaortoad by the recently or- ,
. g-|r*~~* I 'ml >•) Htalea Msilln* com.
. party. The l"«i»y Milt haa alao m-
I irtr i (be combination.
HE (LAWS
! MILLIONS
i
Swedish Count With
; a Strange Story.
! SITS be IS BIGRTriI urn;
. ii i

' I*!? 11-*!*** 1 *r*atrt ' Lsfl b,
P ta.r.Maktr Wear* of
•hlle'elphla.
rHII-AMCl.rill* May II -<>n<
»t the meet remarkable will conleeta
' in the VMM ~aa bevun when CTount
, ItelnhoM yon ttoaen '»jt»n full for
I part ft the eetaie of thai late HI —m
(1HI v|im», the millionaire paper
m«i*rr. T»»«« rtalmant allrrra that
I he It the eMeet brother of Cnunt C.
■ • >— —jar yon town hlch chamber
' lain In lh» Kln» «f dw»-It.n. who
»narri"J Mi«» ~lla Moore, the Phila
delphia brlT'f.
The fortune at •!««• la lanre. Til*
other heir* of the Yon Ttoeen fam
ily of (iweden have rttaTneJ Kamu»l
' blckaan. one of Ihe mo*t eminent
lawyer* In r»nna>i»anl». to flht Ihe
claim. bT* Count Kujrene >"-. Ito
•en. a jrounirrr brother of the real
hetr, wat In court.
The claimant ha* been Urine In
«'..l Vlrrinla. lie ear* that he waa
dlalnh*rtt*4 by hla father f->r ynnlh
ful mledeevia. one of which •>• th*
runnlnc «-.ay with Mm. llarrlman.
the prima donna, of the lloyal opera
1 at «io«-kh"im In pronf of hla Iden
tity th* claimant •*>• that When he ■
• am* to New York he brought let
tera of lain*3ucUon la Mr» Adntph
I^idenburr. Mr*. John Jacob Aal.,r
and other membera of the "«0o." lie 1
onfedlnnl wlih M- ArJ..r ar«l men- '
' tlon* to hi* lawyera to|il<-» of conver- |
■ —ation that were dlftcuwd at the ';
i dlnnrr. Th* cUinanfa lawyer wrote
> to Mra. Aan.r and received a reply
, ■i) m that ebe remembered the
count perfectly and th* eooveraatlon
' refema] to.
1 Mm* llartmann, lh«- fa«n<Hi«
' a)—*dlal> prim* donna, with whom
: the Count yon H<»»»n Hoped, haa
I «in.- returned to Hlnrkholin and
married one of the hlrhent omcUla
of the court, where »he la an a> k
1 nowtedfed faviorlle. even with the
' kin*. Her teatlmony may be. re
-1 quired to aettle whether the |.r. •■ ai
. claimant la the Count yon ll«»rn
• with whom aha eloped aim yeara asn.
■ The elnpment la admitted but on the
• Identification of the lover may de
. pend th* poenteelon of a pxr. • for
' tune left by Mr*. UlonrndeM Moore. ■
II Clue Trust.
|H>—TON, May ll.—The n*»t tr«»t
to be organised I* a glue combina
tion. There are four compsnlea In
the country, and New York la pro
mntlne the organliation.
Cm tend to Mount Baker
\VMAT»""M. Wajih . May II II la
undrraliind hrri Ihnt th* ll'lllncham
■ lay * Hrlilah <'<>luml.la CH
. 'iiipony will build an MMttlN to
Mount H.ik.r
Eastjrn L«agu« Camss.
CMICAOO, Mar ll.—The National
Irnciti* »-'•""• rosultnl na fnllowa
yeaterday: M . •hl.iiß.. loral ft. t/outa
vlllf IS at t'm»liurn: l'"'il Ii Cincin
nati II; at I*hlladelt>hla: local 4. New
York I: at Ittwtonl I.«-.■»! 0. flaltlmore
J: nt New York: Hrooklyn '' Waah*
Initton 7; at «'li.v#lnn<l: IbMj 1, HI.
I/.ul» It
Dawey Is Well.
WABHINiIT"N. May II.—A letter
has |iri>n htWvi-iI '•' '■' fnmj A«11 tit il
li.M.y »li>lltiK that hi- Is 'Mi.i>iiiK
perfect health.
Tastad Nothing for Weeks
y m;i-u;ii. Ind.. Mtv ll.—Mm. B.
„i... at Miirl.ll/i. 4S si.. of nuo.
for IMrii' «n-k« main. I k>ek«4 In
li. t bedroom without food or water.
Th* 1 family mippoacd Kin' hurt gotta
mm)', aa aha frequently made vio
lin without irlvliiK them Himiini;
It Ml not unlit yetterday that her
door wan fnrctlily broken down, and
Hi.- f»inl'> found the woman reduced
almoat to ii tktl*tOß
Hlu- Mil Unit «h« wrnt to bed i lit' •
ui-rk.t fin". lurking llih ioor, And
when ah» awoke found lieraelf help-
Ifm to nrln> or mil for aaalatance.
Hlif nay a ah* did not auffer, though
sin- 4»4 tutted aolblqjr fur S3 days.
FOR CHILDREN
Three-piece Garden Set : ioc
Three-piece Garden Set ....;.......... ...i?c
Three-piece Garden Set... ...•■ 2?c
Three-piece Garden Set ■•.•• 4 oC
SPELGER & 111 LIU T
Household Hardware. 1219-1217 Second Aye
PAINTYOUR HOUSES
to pay .1 (air price, let ll' figure with you ■«
Third and Pike. star PAINT CO.
Moran Brothers Company
IV.IMI US AM) SHIP BUILDKUS.
Oar Blent InrtiKlaa .i.M .nl «,»! ronatruetlsn *b4 eann all bmortml Ika
IwlarH MlMttiaad all nlher rtaMeaot »a*liln«rr tiolll and nf+irt>L „.'__.»
Ant nit tut "Vtorlblßgion" iubi|,lo< aawalaer/, <••• "Muabet aaa n»wr»«
• «i.i uU Iwllen •iii li»« lulled Maua n«i«tiK Iv L lii« Cum\+ny. :
A SNAPW" 1
Framed Pictures on Glass
From .'-> ConU Op.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR CO.
OOO.OOa Fir»t Avaartuo. B!
• __£
© Howard, EUin. Waltham and Hampden Watches
4?7*^\ At l_ow Pnco«, *»t
V/%9 W' W" HOUGHTON'S
7O* flr»<. Avonu», _«_
~^__U^S DANGEROUS NEGLECT OF THE ETE ~~
AUj tfiaV-T^V Th» mi»n a»tmil*e »t»«n el *m.m In th» I'-ly, li nlmo.l
/Wjßf ■Tl tl-r* I Inriru.allelli lh»w<l.r..l.»lU. ffi!«l4.l.f! <; ilt« »l«i..u
*if/>^7^ ■» JP«' 11. nil r.\ ni^iii. Ur.»tian. Tm Tint *w.
Buffalo Legal Tender Developing Company.
WHY «<rrlur>k lh« ff—•*■( o|.|-orttinlt» of »««r III. Two •' Ihtt* »iur>.lr<"l <Jw!!«n
Uf , »..|»fi) liii.nr.lii, ««•». |.K>wi>inc »lni»«»har»»»:il ■««• (Two a fortune. Voa
VV i...lti<'l My Ibal 11 taanoi I* 'lottr. or th»l you «r« not th* ii». * 7 uit»-. lur *r« «t
■ ■ Ii r i»i are km Ml' "••) ;..t. All m.i la tnwded U • little •"■•in »iv.
• mil* r,.minoo •*»•• «i»l • Irw <li.il*» In ■••!. la i l«r» •<— on ii.r r ■*■'■ 10 fortune. II
to«ar«ii»lar«l la mlki u~iii»iiu. i..'.i ■• 1b..«» »ho at* Inrky. a»d >ou •'■■ l.ran 1
In i r.»i«r « ( .r.4'[|>i l»r a Manual Uiur . nl) Ucal Tender «l ItiiU
■»■•«. li,lni«i«ill .... i. l»» ****»t mark !-'•■•■ many «.-.. 1! •U« .trlnlr
Bf»l ... >■-—>nn< ul and "111 Inaitre >*• I. . r»l«nn ler rowr »<»•»■ Th« Irml Trivler
l>i«Hiaf»la •».<! oa>ljr«em k-t dUlanl Iran tt» laraoua "M* ImSala Mm«." anrl oolr
•li rtat-< in ' on .....<■ •■!!• <"■» ilia "Ijifkjr '■.£• _!»*,*•>• ran 1 roll IB( Inb-ml, or
tl |»r .ni «l -»1.-t. .!•-* w.. rurally »M l«r MM > all •* ..ur i.«.«.« l«.«i»r
Horfcm Kant *>IMIH tot ro«i«. .b . » a rarry all ilanitart •■.• a* Kru.lt >.j 1.i.1i or
tl«m » nr-Ur. Ail •-' w'V* NICHbLS .CO
A Bonanza of Bonanzas.
Th' «rmt »tni»a »hli-h many of our >oc»l mlnlnjr ln<l-j*tr*—i *
h«vr mad* In popular favor (ii« past few w«k» are moit
t-ncouraclnc. Not .\.n Ihr wlMr»t Aluka exiilf-mvnl baa
«f"«-tfl lh» favor which haa «**r b«—n accorded ihn( n<m.
»m-h"-Ui<- fain.M» Htinart. ll* r»l«tlv*. the Loat Crrek—
now lUeiand 10 I— only a iVirn»• removed fn>ro atmolot*
•Uterbood—haa h»«n nnwla»ll|r foritlruc M the front, too.
Jim what UM ultimate mMom ;• n-ln«; to be, of atHM
«•• mnrv'l t.-ll; but If a macnliWtit fluaurr with prom
isitiK "or*-(hoota" count, than we may pipul a rival 10 th»
Bun»ct.
Hur.-ly aurh a alii •«-•!>:.-1 atork aa lh« Uoat Creek ><|
iit-vi-r before offered co cheaply? , i ..■
JOHN E. McMANUS & SON, 918 Second Avenue
= — , .
nnnnilPT CIPTO Keep your chilJren at home
CROQUET SETS I:■ turmshir^ them a.splen-
UnUUUL I OL I O J'J uut-J<«>r game; 4-hail.
X 7S c; 6KIII, ycx; 8-ball,
51.15; 8-ball sets, better finish, from $l. 50 to J83.50.
COON BROS., 1417 Second Ay*.
BHot Water Fitting
((■' Ml t. In New Houses
• t M *HJ—^ Iml tmlldlnft, ■» well •« |U fitting, >■ pot
m 44 1 Jj F ~*4 I •trony h"lni. an.l v* will chalkor* •n»uno
f" f f\ I i,.^ I >fc- ■■ I torciual our arla&tiftc anil p«r(»rt work in
Siflaj IK ti|^?|Tl77li9aM__L__ I triUllna. II you contemrlat* harlni your
t I ' 4] II n_ra4~«BKaV " h"i.«' tlthar ■ M or n.» fur.l U|> with
"Ti ■ %4all(l' I till W^aS S '■"< «al»r h'atinic or taa, ■Inn Ila. l. ■• 1
ll jUaßxillllli Illil ■__■_■ '"""M>'*l*'<"'l'"'' ":i'" :'° ""''''""'"
,rA ■'TWIi'I Kaaa^^aV Job. You »111 I", v.l It M aatlilactorr M our
RAUTMAN PLUMBING CO.
*^<k ~«^__2SS*^ Cor. Third Ay*. and Spring St.
TUonw Baft 47..
WATER POWER
Delivered Electrically (or MiniTaotarlng and Induitrlil Use*
Snoqualmie Rails Power Co.
Hi!'iM!;n titiioM ii oiun. inroi. si.ttie. Hunt in »i mi a.
\A/ LJ r~— C" I O Kept Cleaned, OiTeiTVnd
VVli r~ CL. I Cl> Properly Adjusted.
2;;v"zz^ $1 Per Month
Auditorium liicyclc Riding Academy
Third Ava. and Madison St.
She Shot at Ihe Burglars
v M.i.i v vinv Ky.. May ii.—
Km lain .iii' i..1 Hi- realdrnfe of
l*n*tmnirter <! If. l.\ ■"- I i'l nlsht,
ranaarknl hla pnrketa and utM-ur. .1
the keya to MM d'mr and |H)«lofflr<'.
wlil.h they rntcred ami bunt i'|nn
the |-.«i"i!i. .■ mi.ii' drawer. Tin
«.-iin. I I!.!.'• and failed In an at-
I. in I In open tho anfa. riuritlara ,ii
p.i tnl.t'.-.l the realdence of I»r.
\,'illn "11. but were driven away by
Mi'h Nnrthcott, who (lint twite at
the eelnir burglara.
Railroad Mileage.
i; ITH 111 Ok., Mny 10.— 8. N.
ll.U'kliiH, Territorial Auditor, tixlay
completed hln laliiilnllnn of rallro&d
llk'iir. «, ahowlng the mllenße nn.l val
uation of llnea In Oklahoma. It
,ilinw» th» total mil. :ii:>- I" rx> !>;n i;s
mll*», and the valuatlnn iii hi 11,33*,
--331.5:,. There art 6&6.13 miles of
nioJii tracks, » « s^-" i
\o. <;.">.
I An Unlucky Burglar. 1
. ' H \K1I: Tl'\, tod . May 11 Spot.
My Meyer*, now nurvhiß • term In tha
|»nltentlary fur having Ininrlar'*
tool* in hi» poaiwMlon. wa* i. lay
ronvlrted of robbing \v. H. Potter
two yearn us • He »an lilontllli-,1
by MM m on? of the Hire.' mask*
..] men who forcibly entered Mi ri>«l.
■It li" . beat linn aid hla wlf.- and
thrratrneil to h.itiK him If they i,.
--fuae<l to give up the money. Myers*
niHRk Bllpp*d on* while ha itnnM
with Totter.
JOVIAN, M... May 11.— ny th* ne
cldentiil ill!«cliiu(n- of a stick of tly
munltf. whfle in curing a «h>tt In
Che <*t -nttT t'r.tk inline yMtenlay,
Prank Slmmona, a younß miner, hail
an awful fate.
ITU eye» were blown out. his fae«
»n«l hand* w.i,. torn and hrulwtl
and hm iktlll «im O) ii ki I op«>n far
■ umiKh to let torn* of his brulnn out.
It this condition hi has llvnl for
more than eighteen hour*, but hit
«nU is hourly expected, _. .% w_.'
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